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Guest Speakers
Notary Public Day Video Slide Shows
General Session Introduction
Giving Back to Our Community
2016 NNA Conference Highlights
Assistant MD SOS
DC Director, Off of Notary Comm & Authentications
Video Presentation - Notarize
Webcam Notarizations
Professional News and Issues Panel
Mary Jane Retirement
Closing Session
Sincere Thanks
Meet Our Notary Public Day Sponsors
Saturday, November 12, 2016
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"We Are In The Making Of A Notary Public Profession."
Prince George's Community College
Largo, Maryland

The 2016 Notary Public Day program was a huge success!  More than 200 prospective, new, and seasoned Notaries Public from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC; industry officials; and workshop presenters attended this annual event on Saturday, November 12, 2016. Notary Public Day is coordinated by Elaine Wright Harris, 2009 NNA Notary of the Year, and implemented in conjunction with Prince George’s Community College, Largo, Maryland. This FREE program recognizes Notary Public Professionals for their hard work and commitment to the general public and provides notarial education and information about legal requirements, business approaches, and current events that are important to performing notarial responsibilities properly, effectively, and legally.

The morning General Session featured special addresses to Notaries Public and guests presented by Kathy Smith, Maryland Assistant Secretary of State; Judi Gold, Director, Office of Notary Commissions and Authentications, Washington, DC; and Tim Reiniger, Esq., Director, Digital Services Group of FutureLaw, LLC, Richmond, VA. A professional News and Issues panel discussion gave Notaries Public and guests the opportunity to ask questions on issues pertaining to healthcare, electronic journaling, notary best practices, real estate loan closings, protecting client non-public personal information (NPPI), remote notarizations, and more.

The afternoon session offered a broad selection of 24 workshop topics covering mortgage closings, health care, electronic journaling, income opportunities, and other related topics.


Notary Public Day General Session
Prince George's Community College
Largo Student Center, Rennie Forum

Guest Speakers
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Kathy Smith Judi Gold Tim Reiniger, Esq.
Assistant Secretary of State
Office of Notary Commissions and Authentications
Washington, D.C.
Director, Digital Services Group of FutureLaw, LLC
Webcam Notarization Specialist
Richmond, VA

Notary Public Video Slide Shows of the General Session
“Notary Public Day 2016 was inspiring and educational; it enabled Notary Public Professionals and guests to understand what is happening in the Notary world of today, as well as to take a look into the Notary world of the future." - Elaine Wright Harris
The essence of the day was captured on camera. Click on the links below to view the slide shows.
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General Session Pictures I General Session Pictures II General Session Pictures III
Please note Click on each link individually to view each slideshow from this web page. YouTube will automatically take you to the next video; however, make sure that it is the 2016 Notary Public Day slideshow instead of the 2015 Notary Public Day slideshow.

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General Session - 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 Noon

Elaine Wright Harris opened the General Session with a warm Welcome Address followed by the introduction of guest speakers, panlelists, and workshop presenters. In recognition of Notary Public Day (officially celebrated on November 7 of each year), Elaine presented a brief history on the first Notary Public and the origin of Notary Public Day. In recognition of the service and contributions Notary Public Professionals make to the public and commerce, awesome door prizes were awarded throughout the general session and afternoon workshops. Two door prize winners were surprised and excited to win Brother laser printers. Other gifts included one-year memberships to the National Notary Association, $50 scholarships for Prince George's Community College notary classes scheduled in Spring 2017, blenders, coffee makers, gift cards, and more! Special door prize drawings were also awarded to guests.  

Giving Back to Our Community
For the first time at Notary Public Day program, Notaries participated in a food drive for the Capital Area Food Bank by donating canned and dry food products. As noted in the EMAIL below, the donations by Notaries translate into 93 meals for the needy. Thanks to Notaries Public for giving back to our community.

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2016 National Notary Association Conference Highlights
Wanda Moore presented highlights of the 2016 National Notary Association (NNA) Conference held in Anaheim, CA. The Conference is a valuable learning experience for Notaries Public. Each year the Conference rotates to a different city within the United States. Notaries receive education on notarial, business, technological, governmental, and legal topics. The Conference is also an excellent opportunity for networking and sharing information and experiences. Highlighted sessions included:

  • NNA 2016 Conference Networking APP
  • Challenges of Matching Faces to Identification Cards
    (Test your skills at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LQTRNY9)
  • Special Presentation by World War II D-Day Veterans
  • Recognition of the 2016 NNA Notary of the Year, Elissa Davey (Vista, California)

The 2017 NNA Conference, Achieve and Succeed Big Time, will be held June 4-7, 2017, in Dallas, TX. Click here to view the NNA video presentation of the 2017 NNA Conference.

Special Address to Notaries Public
Kathy Smith, Maryland Assistant Secretary of State

Ms. Smith described the role of the Notary Public in Maryland. The Office of the Notary Public is a Division of the Maryland Secretary of State (SOS). Ms. Smith spoke about the importance of regulatory compliance and performing notarial acts consistent with state laws, as well as the importance of proper training and integrity. Ms. Smith is a member of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) Task Force which is studying remote/video notarizations. Currently, the state of Maryland does not perform remote/video notarizations. Ms. Smith also introduced Loraine Parks, Notary Officer, SOS, who gave a few tips on notary public procedures. Ms. Smith addressed questions from the attendees. For general notary questions, contact the Secretary of State Notary Division.

Special Address to Notaries Public
Judi Gold, District of Columbia Director, Office of Notary Commissions and Authentications
Ms. Gold stated that the Office of Notary Commissions and Authentications, a division of the Secretary of the District of Columbia, has two distinct and integrated functions - (1) to commission individuals to become notaries in DC and (2) to authenticate documents for overseas use. Ms. Gold also stated that the requirements to become a notary in the District of Columbia are similar to those in Maryland, Virginia, and many other jurisdictions. The notary is commissioned for five years. Details about the DC notary process, along with the application process, can be found at www.os.dc.gov under the links Notary & Authentications and Notary Commissions. Ms. Gold referenced the District of Columbia Notary Public Handbook as an additional resource for details regarding the notary process and what a Notary may and may not do. Ms. Gold also wanted to make clear that the procedure for becoming a Notary Signing Agent in Washington, DC is not handled by the Notary Office; the DC Notary Office only handles the distinct category of "becoming a Notary." Attendees were encouraged to contact the office by phone at 202 727-3117 or email at notary@dc.gov for more information.

Video Presentation - Notarize
The video Notarize, which demonstrated the procedure and benefits of remote/webcam notarization, was presented before the introduction of Guest Speaker, Tim Reiniger. According to Adam Pase, Co-Founder and COO of Notarize, "The service of remote notarization offers unparalleled convenience for people looking to notarize a document at any time, and from any location." Click here to view the video presentation.

Webcam Notarizations - The Future is N.O.W.
Tim Reiniger, Esq., FutureLaw LLC

Legislatures in Maryland and several other states are now studying whether to authorize notaries to perform live two-way audio-video notarizations (also known as remote or webcam notarizations). Virginia is the first state in the U.S. to pass such a law. Guest speaker and panelist, Tim Reiniger, an attorney in Richmond, Virginia, who helped write the Virginia law, gave an overview of the webcam/remote notarization law and its advantages as follows:

  • Improves the e-notary process and makes it more usable for business and government in today’s electronic world.
  • Streamlines the commissioning process for eNotaries in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

  • Authorizes a principal to be in a remote location and have a document notarized electronically.

  • Remote notarization will be only allowed if the eNotary uses a video conference and also confirms the identity of the principal by using one of three methods:

    - personal knowledge
    - reliance on prior (antecedent) in-person identity proofing by a third party such as a bank, law firm or
      title company; or
    - reliance on the principal’s use of a digital certificate that is authenticated either by a biometric or a
      high-security PIV card issued by the government.

  • The notary is required by law to keep a record of the video conference for each notarial act, which is not required in paper notarizations.
  • The electronic notarization process facilitates commerce by enabling an on-demand notarization for signers
  • The remote notarization process provides stronger protection against fraud than the paper process because of the identification procedures and the recording that is required to be kept of each notarial act.
Mr. Reigner also stated that with nearly a half dozen providers thus far, the convenience and benefit of remote notarization is being experienced in rural areas, congested Northern Virginia, and the crowded beach areas.
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Professional News and Issues Panel
(Left to Right) Lee Bialostok, Esq. (President and CEO, NotaryAct-NY),
Daniel Lewis (President, Lewis Notary Services) 2010 NNA Notary of the Year-IN),
Carol Salter (Teacher-Hosptial Notaries, 2005 NNA Notary of the Year-CO), Adam Pase, (Co-Founder and COO, Notarize-VA),
Nancy Gusman, Esq. (Chairman, Membership Committee, Maryland Land Title Association-MD),
Tim Reiniger (Director, Digital Services Group of FutureLaw, LLC-VA),
Moderator: Elaine Wright (Adjunct Notary Public Procedures Instructor, 2009 NNA Notary of the Year-MD)

Elaine moderated the Professional News and Issues Panel which covered news and issues on various topics such as healthcare, electronic journaling, notary protection, real estate loan mortgage closing, protecting borrowers' non-public personal information (NPPI), and remote notarizations. Notaries were very interested in remote notarization. The timing for wide adoption of remote notarization and the applicability for loan closings were debated by panelists who addressed some concerns that advancements in technology will displace some of the services that have historically been performed by Notaries Public who require a signer's physical, personal appearance. Adam Pase, Cofounder and COO of Notarize, clarified that remote electronic notarization empowers commissioned Notaries with new tools to conduct notarizations in a safer, more secure, and verifiable manner, but does not displace Notaries. Another concern was raised about the possibility of mortgage and title companies hiring people at minimum wage and putting them in a room to conduct closings at their site and no longer hiring Notary Signing Agents aka Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractors (TIPICs). Because the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) has control over licensing of TIPICs and others required to be present in a mortgage closing, this concern does not appear to be a real issue. Mr. Pase stated that currently only Virginia and Montana permit their Notaries to conduct notarizations online; however, the Maryland legislature is considering authorizing its Notaries to participate this year. We will stay tuned for more information on this hot topic!

Special Presentation
With mixed emotions, Mary Jane Shearer, PGCC Workforce Development Coordinator, will be retiring at the end of 2016. For many years, she has been a champion supporter and facilitator of the Notary Public educational college curriculum and Notary Public Day programs. Mary Jane was presented with a retirement card signed by the attendees during the general session and a delicious cake during the lunch break. We wish Mary Jane well in this new chapter of her life. She will be missed.

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Workshops: 1:30 P.M. - 5:30 P.M.
Marlboro Hall 2080, 2067, 2062, 2068, 2058, 2082

FREE Workshops!
There were a total of 24 workshop offerings consisting of six workshops per four 45-minute allotments. This provided an opportunity for Notaries to attend up to 4 different workshops. A door prize was given to a lucky attendee in each Notary workshop!

Workshop topics included:

  • What is a Notary Public?

  • “Did You Know?” News for Notary Public Professionals

  • Technology Tips for Mobile Notaries
  • Expert Tips/Techniques in Performing a  Loan Closing Process

  • Healthcare Notarizations: Why do they matter?

  • NotaryAct (Electronic Journal)
  • Refresher Notary Public Procedures + Calculating Notarial Fees for notarizations, document copies, and mileage

  • Steps to Becoming a Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractor (TIPIC) aka Notary Signing Agent (NSA)  in MD/DC/VA

  • Other Income Opportunities for Notaries

  • Notarizing in Washington, DC

Instructors' Class Overviews and Observations
Debbie Best-Schneidmill

What is a Notary Public?
by Debbie Best-Schneidmill
Attendees were interested in learning about the duties and responsibilities of the Notary Public, as well as the important role of Notaries to serve the public in an honest, fair and unbiased manner. The basic qualifications for notary applicants in MD, DC and VA are (1) age 18 or older; (2) reside or work in the jurisdiction; and (3) possess good moral character. Copies of the MD, DC and VA notary public applications were distributed to familiarize attendees with the process of applying for a notary commission and the required fees. Attendees learned that when done properly, notarization is a fraud-deterrent process that assures the parties of a transaction that the signers are who they say they are and that signers have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly. The session concluded with steps on how to properly notarize a document. Finally, all attendees were encouraged to seek further education and training by registering for notary procedures courses offered at Prince George’s Community College. A complete list of class schedules can be found in Prince George’s Community College Continuing Education Classes Catalog at www.pgcc.edu.

Wanda Moore

“Did You Know?” News for Notary Public Professionals
by Wanda Moore
Evolving changes in everyday life and business operations impact how Notaries Public perform their duties and responsibilities. Also, the public and business affiliates expect and trust that Notaries will provide services accurately and within legal requirements. Therefore, it is vitally important that Notaries be well-informed and adapt to new and different requirements.  Did You Know? News for Notaries Public Professionals briefly presented a variety of trending news topics including new laws, technology hot topics, fake IDs, and negligent notarial act case studies.  Class participants were surprised to hear how valuable their journal and notary seal can be in the commission of certain criminal acts (identity fraud) and how a well-kept journal can help to avoid prosecution in a court case.

In the criminal realm, one (1) notary public journal is estimated to be worth $9,600 to a potential identity fraud perpetrator. Victims of identity fraud incur financial loss and frustration in attempting to clean up and restore their affairs. Notaries Public can be held legally and financially accountable for not providing appropriate safeguards for Non-Public Personal Information (NPPI) entrusted to them. Learn more about how Notaries Public can identify and protect their clients NPPI by attending the next Guarantors of Trust:  How Notaries Public Can Protect NPPI to Deter Fraud and Identity Theft class held at Prince George’s Community College.

2017 Class Dates:
GEN-370 Guarantors of Trust: How Notaries Public Can Protect NPPI to Deter Fraud and Identity Theft
Syn# 14612 Thursday 6/18/2017 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Largo Main Campus
Syn# 19473 Thursday 7/13/2017 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Largo Main Campus
For more information on class schedules, visit http://wrightnotarypublicnews.com, click on CLASS CALENDAR.
Donnell Smith

Technology Tips for Mobile Notaries
by Donnell Smith
Operating a successful business in today’s fast-paced global economy requires Mobile Notary Professionals (MNP) to understand and embrace technology! Key software applications were introduced that enhance Mobile Notary businesses in addition to their everyday lives.  The class covered GPS tracking software that can track Notaries Public (NP) and Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractors (TIPICs)/Notary Signing Agents (NSAs) locations when out alone or on a mortgage loan signing appointment. TIPICs/NSAs learned how to attract more signing appointments by enrolling with signing services, which generate leads to lenders in need of a TIPIC/NSA to close their loans. The workshop also covered the advantages and disadvantages of community-based traffic and navigation apps, i.e., Google Maps and Waze, and the concerns from local law enforcement nationwide. Mobile Notaries Professionals were introduced to productivity software that allows users to scan documents and fax them as PDF files all from their smartphones. Most importantly, they learned about special accounting software that tracks their appointments, prepares invoices, and prepares expense reports for tax time in the proper IRS format.

The goal of the workshop was to share experiences and applications that are most commonly used by the Mobile Notary Professionals and to educate aspiring MNP’s. This workshop is a prelude to the (GEN-369) 21st Century Notary: Information Technology (IT) for Mobile Notaries class, taught at Prince Georges Community College. 

Class Dates:
GEN-369 21st Century Notary: Information Technology (IT) for Mobile Notaries
Syn# 14613 Saturday 4/22/2017 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Largo Main Campus
Syn# 19474 Thursday 6'29/2017 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Largo Main Campus
For more information on class schedules, visit http://wrightnotarypublicnews.com , click on CLASS CALENDAR.
Doug Diebolt

Expert Tips/Techniques in Performing a  Loan Closing Process
by Doug Diebolt
This workshop concentrated on the refinance loan closing process based on Doug's experiences in conducting mortgage closings for more than 10 years. The importance of reading the loan closing confirmation for instructions from the title company and the lender was stressed. The heart of the loan closing package, the Closing Disclosure (CD) which replaced the HUD-1 and Truth-in-Lending Statement, was discussed in detail. Other critical documents typically found in a loan closing package were also discussed. The main takeaway for attendees was to have faith in themselves and maintain an “in charge" mentality when conducting loan closings. The feedback and interaction from the class attendees were very lively, with many great questions and comments. Doug was honored to take part in the Maryland Notary Public Day for the third year!

He commended Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractors (TIPICs)/Notary Signing Agents (NSAs) for their professionalism and for their drive and motivation to learn as much as possible about their profession. This workshop was held three times during the afternoon and all three sessions were very well attended. Because the first session filled up so quickly, TIPICs/NSAs who were unable to get in were asked to come back for one of the other sessions.

Carol Salter

Healthcare Notarizations: Why Do They Matter?
by Carol Salter
Notarizing in a healthcare setting is a necessary and much-needed service. When one is called to notarize in this setting, the better prepared the Notary is, the smoother the notarization will be. Notary Public Professionals were surprised to learn that they may be called to notarize for someone who is terminally and physically ill and weak and they need to be ready for it. They learned that they may have to gown up, glove up, and/or wear a mask in order to perform a notarization and what they can do to minimize the risk of exposure. They learned how to deal with the document signer alone and how to ask others to leave the patient’s room in order to conduct the notarization. One Notary Professional remarked that she had learned this concept in Carol's class taught at the 2015 Notary Public Day workshop and had actually applied the technique by asking everyone to leave a room when she was performing a notarization in a healthcare setting. Participants were reminded that they are the ones who will detect and deter fraud when elder and infirm abuse is attempted. Finally, those who notarize in a healthcare setting need nerves of steel and thick skin in order to conduct notarizations using best practices.

Lee Bialostok

NotaryAct - The Ultimate Notary Journal
by Lee Bialostok
Students were informed that the electronic journal affords the Notary Public Professional with legal protection while safeguarding the public's trust that important documents are executed properly before the Notary, free from fraud or duress. The App operates on computers, tablets, and most smartphones. The electronic journal application allows Notaries and Notary Signing Agents (NSAs) to record notarizations in a legally compliant and secure manner by securely capturing critical evidence of each signing. Many students asked about the security of the data collected. It's important to note that the data is not stored on the smart device. The journal data is transmitted and stored securely, utilizing high level encryption methods. The electronic journal includes features of the basic paper journal. The App provides expanded, easier, and quicker data entry and retrieval. Students also asked about the cost of NotaryAct. NotaryAct is very affordable with plans as low as $1.99 a month. For more information and your 30-day free trial, click here.

Frederick Harris

Refresher Notary Public Procedures + Calculating Notarial Fees for Notarizations, Document Copies, and Mileage
by Frederick Harris
Notaries Public Professionals refreshed their notary public skills by watching video presentations, calculating fee exercises, and participating in the Q & A session. Novice and seasoned Notaries Public learned about the importance of performing notarizations accurately. Refresher details on responding to improper requests, recording journal entries, and giving verbal declarations were discussed. Emphasis was placed on the three most common notarizations performed in the state of Maryland: acknowledgment, jurat, and official witness. Whereas the acknowledgment and jurat type notarization are well known by most Notaries, the official witness type notarization is not. It is important to note that in the state of Maryland when a document is presented for notarization that contains no notarial wording, the Notary cannot add notarial language; the Notary must act as an official witness. Notaries learned the simplicity of calculating Maryland notary fees for notarizations on original documents; copies of original documents; for travel to and from a location; and for adding administrative fees. Students learned that the simple calculation of notarial fees can be made easy.

To refresh your notarial knowledge, sign up for the online class, Refresher Course for All Notaries Public, scheduled to begin February 21, 2017. To register for the Refresher class, click here.

Elaine Wright Harris

Steps to Becoming a Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractor (TIPIC) aka Notary Signing Agent (NSA)  in MD/DC/VA
by Elaine Wright Harris
Aspiring TIPICs/NSAs attending this session were eager to learn more about the Notary Signing Agent income opportunity. An overview of the steps to becoming a TIPIC aka NSA outlined the 2 paths to follow in the state of Maryland: (1) becoming a Notary Public and (2) becoming a licensed Title Insurance Producer. Names of several state educational providers and the cost of pre-licensing training were shared. Answers to basic questions were covered, i.e., how much time does it take; how much money can you make; etc. Continuing education bi-annual maintenance requirements were reviewed. Attendees were pleased to find out that smart devices (that most students already possess), printing equipment, and supplies were minimal investments in starting up a signing agent business. Students expressed concern about mastering title insurance concepts and preparing for the title exam. They were assured that with determination, motivation, and proper training, becoming a TIPIC in Maryland is theirs for the asking. Please note that Notary Signing Agents in the District of Columbia and Virginia do not have to meet title requirement required in Maryland.

Daniel Lewis

Other Income Opportunities for Notaries
by Daniel Lewis
The one question asked over and over by Notaries around the country is ....”How can I make
a living as a Notary Public?” Other Income Opportunities is a workshop that definitely addresses that question. The workshop attendees gained a wealth of knowledge on ways to earn income from a diverse number of revenue streams. The workshop included detailed information on how to build a diverse notary business which will not only assist the attendees in making a living, but, will also enable them to excel at the living they are making. The attendees were given a handout listing companies that are recruiting mobile notary professionals as contractors. Attendees were also informed about companies that are offering car bonuses and trip incentives for their services! 

Debbie Best-Schneidmill

Notarizing in Washington, DC
by Debbie Best-Schneidmill
Offered to prospective and present notaries, this course focused on some of the nuances of being a District Notary Public. The District of Columbia’s Notary Public Handbook, recently updated in September 2016, was distributed and discussed. Attendees asked several questions about qualifying for a DC notary commission. The requirement is that the applicant must reside or work in DC. This means your residence or place of business must have a physical address within the District of Columbia. It may not be a Post Office Box. The DC Handbook states that notaries public do not read the document presented for notarization, nor are they required to understand or possess knowledge of the document contents. This statement was a springboard to topics on how proper notarizations help to deter fraud by requiring personal appearance, the mastering of skills to properly identify signers, and the need to ascertain whether signers are knowingly and willingly executing a document. DC notaries must keep a log book and record all official acts performed. DC requires that a notarial certificate appear on the document to be notarized. In addition, the District notary has some basic restrictions, such as District notaries are not permitted to: notarize Federal documents such as FBI clearances, fingerprints, and I-9 forms; notarize his/her own signature nor take his/her own oath, affidavit, acknowledgment or deposition; nor provide legal advice (only a notary admitted to the District of Columbia bar may perform the services of an attorney at law). It is the responsibility of an individual seeking a notary commission in the District to read the DC Notary Handbook prior to completing the application, and each new applicant must attend a mandatory orientation session. Finally, attendees were strongly urged to further their knowledge and training by registering for notary procedures courses offered by PGCC. Click here to view Prince George's Community College Class Schedules.

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Notary Public Day Closing Session
At the conclusion of the workshops, Notaries reconvened for a wrap up session. Many Notaries expressed their appreciation for the FREE annual workshop and gratitude to the general session speakers, panelists, and workshop presenters for the information presented. The highlight of closing session were the awesome door prizes won at the general session and workshops. All prizes were actually awarded at the closing session. A total of 28 prizes were awarded as a token of gratitude for the dedication and hard work of all Notaries Public. In the closing remarks, Elaine Wright Harris gave announcements and thanked all attendees for helping to make Notary Public Day a resounding success!

Congratulations to all prize winners! Meet the winners of the Brother laser printers!

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Tara Houston
Real Estate Agent
  Rodney Poindexter
Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractor
Dottie Williams and Tracy Samelson showing gifts.
Sincere Thanks
Elaine Wright Harris extends sincere thanks to guest speakers, panelists, workshop presenters, program and registration assistants, Abraham Davis (photographer), Elaine Murrell and Dottie Williams (lunch hostesses), audio video technicians, and sponsors for making Notary Public Day 2016 another memorable event. A special thank you to Prince George's Community College and Mary Jane Shearer, PGCC Workforce Development Coordinator.


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