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Ed Hatch
07.31.2017
General

Hello Everyone!

As material is sent to me for the PACE portion of Summer Conference, I will post it here. 

Business Meeting Agenda - To be held at 3:30 pm on 1 August in Meeting Rooms 19-20 on the second floor of the Cox Convention Center

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karen.gutenkauf
06.27.2017
General

Hi Everyone-

WOW I cannot believe how fast this year is going by. We are almost 1/2 way through the calendar year and it seems like just yesterday we attended the PACE Spring Conference and already we are preparing for the 2018 School year! :)

If you have not already made your Hotel reservations for OKC, the Conference Hotel for PACE is the Embassy Suites Medical Center. The rooms are comfy, clean and they serve a terrific made to order breakfast!!! Another nice perk for...

Ed Hatch
04.14.2017
General

It was good seeing everyone and I hope you all had a great conference. There were a lot of photos taken this year and I have "zipped" 88 of them into file which you download by clicking here. I look forward to seeing everyone in August!

Ed

Ed Hatch
03.31.2017
General

Congratulations to the PACE award winners and nominees!

The winners this year are:

PACE Service Award: Karen Gutenkauf

PACE Ambassador of the Year: Dwight Kos

PACE Outstanding Training Project: Indian Capitol Technology Center - BIS Department

PACE Innovation Award: Pontotoc Technology Center - BIS Department

PACE Economic Development Award: Kyle Hockmeyer and Autry Technology Center

PACE Award of Excellence: Andrea Pogue

 

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delina.bible
03.23.2017
General

Benny Fulkerson was named 2016 Oklahoma City Kiwanis Club Firefighter of the Year. He was instrumental in expanding the department's social media following with action videos, cautionary tales, and even poetry. As a spokesman for a department that value prevention, he says "the best fire is the one that never happens." Under his watch, the department's website has been updated to "make it more interactive, providing timely and important public safety information to residents."

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delina.bible
03.23.2017
General

With rural healthcare the topic of many conversations, one Western Technology Center EMT graduate is working to exemplify the center's commitment to provide training close to home for people with a heart to serve their community in the emergency medical field.

Jessi Perriman received her basic EMT certification at Western Technology Center in 2007. Upon completion of the program, she began her career with Burns Flat EMS, one of only two paramedics in Washita County. She also works...