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8A Wednesday, April 23, 2014 Feather River Bulletin Happy Administrative Professionals Day The organization&apos;s vision is "to During World War II, there was an increased need for skilled administrative personnel, particularly in the United States. The National Secretaries Association was formed to recognize the contributions of secretaries and other administrative personnel to the economy, to support their personal development and to help attract people to administrative careers in the field. The association's name was changed to Professional Secretaries International in 1981 and, finally, the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP) in 1998. These changes in name reflected the changing nature of the tasks, qualifications and responsibilities of the members of the organization. IAAP now has an international orientation and continues to provide education and training and set standards of excellence recognized by the business community on a global perspective. inspire and equip all administrative professionals to attain excellence". The first National Secretaries Week was organized in 1952 in conjunction with the United States Department of Commerce and various office supply and equipment manufacturers. The Wednesday of that week became known as National Secretaries Day. As the organization gained international recognition, the events became known as Professional Secretaries Week and Professional Secretaries Day . In 2000, IAAP announced that names of the week and the day were changed to Administrative Professionals Week and Administrative Professionals Day to keep pace with changing job tides and expanding responsibilities of the modern administrative workforce. Many work environments across the world observe this event. Wednesday, April 23, 2014 Beth. It's people like you who make work a much nicer place to be! Ed & the . Plumas Motor Supply .  Radtoshack C J 0 f Leanna, Kathy,1 Stephanie & Brandi. Toni & Christina. Thank you for keeping this office together & running efficiently. You're greatly g appreciated!. Bequette & Kinmel   Thank you for keeping the office together. We think you both do an  ,, outstanding job! ., ,-  Les Schwab/Horton Jennifer & Valois Thank you for all you di in this office! You are * much appreciated!  Steve King Edward Jones Stacey, Courtne5 Aymie Julie & Jason Thanks for. keeping the office together. We appreciate all you dol ..Ji .. : Plumas Phystcal Therapy Breeann. You're a great asset to this office. Your efficiency & hard work are appreciated! Lori & Curtis Feather Financial Mary, Elise & Sandy. Thanks for all you do! You keep the front office running smoothly Thank you for your  . .   dedication. Y Mike & Keri  !i . ! Feather River Bulletin 17 :: Carolyn, Kimber, Brooke, Chris & Linda. "Next to excellence is the appreciation of it." Thank you ladies, for all you do! David, John, Steve, Tom, Candice & Jessica Cal.Sierra Title Co. Kathy.  .,] Thanks again for always iN keeping our wheels turning! /  Evans, Tim,  J.R. & Evans Jr. '  _ Demartile Automotive %"'"   Christie & idette, Thank you ladies... Croutons & good friends makes a great team! Dr. Greg Sawyer, D.D.S. To Plumas County Assessor's Office Staff THANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK & DEDICATED SERVICE! Cindie Froggatt - Office Manager, J Business Property, Exemptions Greg Withrow - Cadastral Draftsman, Mining Claim Management Kathy Stone - Transfer Analyst, Marine Divi- sion Patti Rund - Chief Appraiser, Aircraft Linda Davis - Appraiser I Windi Lambach - Appraiser II Amy Hendrickson - Appraiser III ( J?mie Huynh - Support Services \\; < ........ , From: Charles W. Leonhardt  "LUAsMsESs:RUNTY