14th Annual SERCA Meeting

“Integrated Pest Management and Identification” presented by Patrick Kelley, Insects, Ltd.

March 18-20, 2011 (registration closes March 4th)

Location: Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia USA)

The Southeast Regional Conservation Association is pleased to present this workshop for conservators from many specialties and allied professionals.  Pat Kelley, of Insects, Ltd., will lead the program on pest identification, abatement and control. He will also address potential hazards caused by infestations and eradication methods.

The meeting will be held on the campus of Emory University at the R.W. Woodruff Library and will include a tour of The Wren’s Nest, home of Uncle Remus author Joel Chandler Harris.  This annual gathering will also provide opportunities to network and socialize with your colleagues in one of the South’s most dynamic cities.

To register, send the following  information and the registration fee to Ann Frellsen (information below):

REGISTRATION

Registrant Name:

Specialty:

Address:

Office tel:

Home tel:

Fax:

Email:

Fees:

SERCA member registration: $100.00

Non-member registration:    $140.00

SERCA membership (valid 5/1/2011-4/30/2012): $20.00

New members can use the $100.00 meeting registration fee.

*Please renew even if you cannot attend the meeting!

Emergency services I can provide in the Southeast: (circle all that apply)

•On-site support

•Off-site support

•Telephone consultation

•Equipment search or loan

•Please recommend me to prospective clients in my area.

Please send completed form and check payable to SERCA to:

Ann Frellsen/SERCA

221 Chelsea Drive, Decatur, GA 30030

**Please send form and check no later than March 4, 2011**

Questions?  Contact:

ann.frellsen [at] emory.edu / 404-727-0307 (day)

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