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It's Time to Register! RMCMI Annual Conference

116th RMCMI Annual Meeting & Conference
August 16-18, 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado | Cheyenne Mountain Resort
We will be following COVID-19 protocol to ensure we have a safe and productive meeting.
2020 Speakers
Clark Moseley, President & CEO, Navajo Transitional Energy Company
Rich Nolan, President, National Mining Association - Invited
Christian Palich, Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of the Interior,
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation & Enforcement
James Vicini, Senior Advisor, Office of the Assistant Secretary, MSHA
Michael J. Nasi, Partner, Jackson Walker, LLP
Holly Krutka, Executive Director, School of Energy Resources,
University of Wyoming
Dave Goddard, Senior Industry Expert, McKinsey & Company
Ron Bowling, National Sales Manager, FGX SepTech, LLC

Updates from the Department of Energy, Westmoreland Mining, LLC, and more!

?ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON
Lodging & Rates
Room reservations are your responsibility. Please do not send your room reservations to RMCMI.

Call 719-538-4000 or 800-588-0250 and request the RMCMI Annual Meeting group rate for your upcoming meeting or make your reservations online through the following link:
Cheyenne Mountain Resort
3225 Broadmoor Valley Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
$189.00/night plus $10.00 per night resort fee—The guest rooms at Cheyenne Mountain Resort are arranged in eight residential lodges. Surrounded by extraordinary mountain backdrops and picturesque views, each room has been designed to provide the ultimate escape from the everyday. Modern amenities and supreme comfort are perfectly paired with an understated Rocky Mountain inspired decor for the ideal setting for rest and relaxation.

The $10.00/night resort fee includes: Parking—either self or valet, fitness classes, outdoor tennis, lake activities, wireless internet access in guest rooms and public spaces, 800 and local call access, local newspaper, in-room coffee and tea, Fitness Center and Aquatics Center access and parking. The pools, lake and recreation areas are included in your $10/nightly resort fee (per room). Be sure you get a wrist band for each of your family members at check in so you can take advantage of all the resort has to offer. The resort’s private 35-acre lake includes plenty of opportunities to get your fill of exciting summertime water sports. The sandy beach is the perfect place to build sandcastles and play a pickup game of beach volleyball. There are canoes, water bikes, etc. that are available for use and most are included in your resort fee.

Should you have any questions or issues regarding this process or having difficulties booking your stay and rate, please phone
Ian Devillaz at 719-538-4027 or email him at Ian.Devillaz@dolce.com

You may contact the office at 303-948-3300 or email
Chelsey Voglewede at cvoglewede@rmcmi.org.
Conference Registration
Attendees are from coal, utility, manufacturing, service/suppliers, transportation, consultants, research, education and more.

All adult attendees must have either:
Package A
Package B
Name tags are required.

Non-members will be charged an additional $200. Speakers, scholars, and students are not required to be members.
Please note that the payment options are 'Paypal, credit card, or check'. Click Paypal to pay with a credit card. YOU DO NOT NEED TO HAVE A PAYPAL ACCOUNT. Simply just check out as a guest or click pay with credit card when the payment screen opens.
Monday Night Beach Party
Cheyenne Mountain Resort has a private lake and beach that is adjacent to
their recreation center. There are sand volleyball courts, a basketball court,
kiddie pool and splash pad, and playground equipment. We will have the pools
closed during this party, but you are welcome to wear CONSERVATIVE beach
attire. Shorts, tee shirts and sandals are acceptable. If you wear any type of
swimwear, women must wear a cover up and men must wear a t-shirt. There
will be an area for a band and your dancing pleasure, and games around the
pool and lake areas. This will be a fun evening for kids and adults alike! Adults
are responsible for their children at this event. There are plenty of areas that are covered and not in the sand.
Mine Rescue
The Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute is proud to present the 29th Annual Mine Rescue Safety Training & Evaluation during the 116th Conference and Annual Meeting David and Cheryl Evans co-chair the event. The theme for this year’s training is “The Safety Advantage”. Approximately 100 mine rescue participants are trained in various classes and simulated scenarios to take back important safety information to their respective operations. The Awards Breakfast on Tuesday morning is open to participants with an All Inclusive (A) package, or you may purchase a separate tickets to attend. Please show your support to these teams, the training and education is an important mission of RMCMI.

If you are interested in participating in this valuable training, please contact Chelsey Voglewede: cvoglewede@rmcmi.org

*Mine rescue program will begin on Saturday, August 15th
Thank You to our Generous Sponsors!
ACZ Labs
Big Horn Tire
Bisti Fuels
Butler Machinery Company
Dakota Coal
Dyno Nobel
Empire Machinery
Navajo Transitional Energy Company
Nelson Brothers
North American Coal
Rimpull Corporation
Snell & Wilmer
Trapper Mining
Westmoreland Mining Company