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CMC’s annual winter meeting will be held virtually Thursday, February 15, 2024 beginning at 11:30 a.m. (EST).   Please use THIS LINK to register for the winter meeting.

This meeting will be held using Zoom webinar technology.  You do not necessarily need a computer or a smartphone to participate; there is an option to call into the meeting from any phone and listen as you would a regular conference call.  Please use the registration link for further information.

CMC staff and Committee members will be visible on the screen and will be able to speak freely.  All other attendees will not be visible and will be muted by default, but will be able to listen in and view what is being shared on the screen.  Should attendees have questions during the meeting, they can use the Zoom “Raise a Hand” or “Q&A” features.

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