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August 2 – 4, 2020
Canaan Valley Resort and Conference Center Davis, West Virginia

State Auditor John B. McCuskey and the County Commissioners’ Association of West Virginia are pleased to extend an invitation to all County Commissioners/Councils and Staff to attend the combined State Auditor’s Required Annual In‐Service Training and CCAWV Annual Meeting at Canaan Valley Resort and Conference Center, Davis, West Virginia on August 2‐4, 2020. Additional event info will be available soon!

Our hearts go out to all those affected by coronavirus and we realize this has been a very difficult time for you and your staff. We appreciate the hard work you do to serve the people of our great State and wanted to advise you we are working with Canaan Valley Resort in making every effort to safeguard the health and safety of our participants. We are monitoring government and health official guidelines on current safety protocols such as the importance of social distancing and other important protective measures.

You can register online, by mail or fax. If you would like to register online, which is faster, visit the State Auditor’s Office website at www.WVSAO.GOV/Meetings and locate the “Select a Meeting” button.

Seminar Registration Fee: $200.00 (2 Dinners, 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, Refreshment Breaks)

Event Information: Registered participants are welcome to stop by the conference center lobby and pick up their registration packets on Sunday, August 2nd, between 12:00 noon and 5:00 p.m. An outdoor welcome banquet (weather permitting) will begin at 6:00 p.m. at the Pavilion. The CCAWV will also have meetings scheduled on Sunday, August 2nd.

If you plan to bring a family member with you who will be attending meal events, please contact: Emily Parsons to obtain a Guest Registration at (304) 558‐2261, Ext. 5101 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Canaan Valley Resort Reservation Info:

  • Telephone: 304‐866‐4121
  • Room Rate: $98.00/night (Includes $9 Resort Fee)
  • Book a room online:  Reserve Group Rate Here
  • Check In: 4:00 pm | Check Out: 10:00 am
  • Deadline: July 24 (Reservations open on July 1)

Reservations open on July 1st. You are responsible for making your room reservations by no later than July 24, either online (link above) or by calling the Resort at 304‐866‐4121. Mention you are tax exempt!

Please wear your I.D. badge to all events including: Sessions, Meals, Reception and Breaks. Your badge identifies you as a registered participant with our group. There will be other guests at Canaan Valley Resort during our stay. We must be able to identify you as one of our attendees. Please do not invite any non‐registered, non‐credentialed individuals to attend our meals or events. If you have any questions concerning the upcoming training, contact either:

Emily Parsons, Administrative Assistant at 304‐627‐2415, or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Denise Allen, Executive Assistant at 304‐345‐4639, or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • 1st Place ($500 for student and teacher) – Maylie Jackson, Mountaineer Middle, Monongalia County; Teacher – Robyn Addie
  • 2nd Place ($300) – Sophia Saurino, West Preston Middle, Preston County; Teacher – Angela Knisell
  • 3rd Place ($200) – Hannah Starcher, Winfield Middle, Putnam County; Teacher – Angie Withrow

Honorable Mention ($50 for each student):

  • CJ Gerwig, Braxton Middle, Braxton County; Teacher – Lori Dittman
  • Neha Chandrasekar, Dunbar Middle, Kanawha County; Teacher – Kathryn West
  • Helen Honecker, Mountaineer Middle, Monongalia County; Teacher – Robin Addie
  • Laura Moreland, West Preston Middle, Preston County; Teacher – Angela Knisell
  • Carley Bird, Winfield Middle, Putnam County; Teacher – Angie Withrow

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