November 2019
22nd Annual New England Resident Service Coordinators, Inc. Conference
2020 Vision for the Future
May 6-8, 2020
Omni Mount Washington Resort
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire

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LAST CALL - Deadline 12/15/19
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Sponsorship, Advertising & Exhibiting at the 2020 NERSC Conference
We are less than $12,000 away from our goal of $71,500 and we need your support to help get us across the finish line!

Never in the history of NERSC has the demand for high-quality, affordable training been higher. This year, our conference will have many sessions to help prepare you for the new HUD requirements including Standards for Success (SfS). This conference is also critical in helping new RSCs obtain the required continuing education areas and hours. With attendance being limited to 500 attendees, we will sell out, which offers excellent sponsorship exposure for your organization!

Join the growing list of sponsors below who strongly believe in the benefit and power of training and education. Partner with NERSC today and c heck out the dozens of sponsorship packages available.

Reminder: Exhibitors can receive a discount of $50 off their booth pricing if they reserve their spot by 12/31/19. No payments due until 2/15/20.
A Season of Thanks and Giving
Submitted by Jennifer Connolly, NERSC Board Member
Acquisitions and Community Development, Connolly & Partners, LLC
During this busy time of year, calendars fill up quickly. Having time set aside to enjoy with residents helps us to strengthen our connection to one another and builds a greater sense of community among neighbors. This season provides a wonderful opportunity to thank volunteers who have supported the activities, events, and programs of the past year. 
The Friends of Clarendon event (Clarendon Hill Towers - Somerville, MA) is among my favorite. Our team comes together to recognize those residents who have made a difference within our community. This includes Tenant Association members, library volunteers, mobile food pantry hosts, and special event coordinators. Our staff and vendors who have gone above and beyond in their service to the community are also a part of the fun. 
We gather each year and have created a sense of togetherness and tradition. Our luncheon connects a wide variety of guests from near and far who otherwise do not have the chance to meet as a group. New ideas are exchanged as is our appreciation for one another and we leave excited for the possibilities the new year will bring. 
These relationships are central to the success of our partnership with Clarendon Hill Towers Tenant Association. Over the years, we have joined in their long-established traditions. Together with Soloco /J&M Co. (our vendor) and the Major General Henry Knox Lodge (their community partner), we host a holiday dessert party at the New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV) to show our appreciation and gratitude for their service.  
This event, first held in 1991, includes live entertainment and a popular karaoke session. Additionally, all 300+ NECHV residents are given gift sets including hats and gloves along with a chance to win one of the many great prize drawings. The festive 50-foot-long dessert table is the highlight for many and includes a variety of delicious homemade cakes, pies, pastries, cookies, and other sweets.  
Our residents and staff look forward to returning there each year. As the event approaches, we fundraise to help support the program then coordinate volunteer schedules and our baking efforts. It provides us the chance to give back to those who have given us so much and brings an opportunity for our community to come together in the spirit of the season.
For additional information about group opportunities at NECHV, visit: https://www.nechv.org/volunteer/group-opportunities/

Meet the 2020 NERSC Board of Directors & Conference Planning Committee
New England Resident Service Coordinators, Inc.
PO Box 1019, Glastonbury, CT 06033
Phone - 508.863.0020 Email - info@nerscinc.org
www.nerscinc.org