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From 2015-16 WMCA President Sandra Boettcher CMC

Happy Spring Everyone:

I hope you are as happy as I am to see spring arriving. I welcome the return of green grass, leaves on our trees, the robins and baseball. I can only hope that our Milwaukee Brewers do better this year than our Green Bay Packers.

I am so excited about our Northern Training Classes coming in May and the education that will be offered to our clerks in that area of the state. Education is the key to success in our profession and cannot be over looked. I have been working with a new individual who was recently appointed to fill a vacancy. This individual is a prime candidate for our upcoming training and looks forward to attending. If you know of someone in your area that would benefit from this training, please contact them and ask them to call Faith or myself for more information.   read more>

Picture: 2015-16 WMCA President Sandra Boettcher CMC

  • Adopt-A-Clerk Program - We match new clerks with a seasoned clerk from the same type and size municipality.  Call on them when you have a question.
  • The Clerk’s Listserv (e-mail network) - an invaluable tool for communicating with over 600 other WMCA clerks instantly.  A place to ask questions and get quick answers.
  • The WMCA Clerks Manual - The Clerk’s manual is a practical and useful guide to the new Clerk and the old pros. It is a reference guide of the basic duties of a town, village or city clerk.
  • Monthly E-Newsletter - the WMCA newsletter, emailed monthly, is filled with up-to-date information about upcoming events, recent happenings and pertinent information for members.
  • Professional Education - from one-day workshops to a wide selection of classes during our three-day conference.
  • Certification - become a Wisconsin Certified Municipal Clerk and ultimately a Wisconsin Certified Professional Clerk
  • And much more.