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September 4-6, 2019 Omni Fort Worth Hotel Fort Worth, Texas

2019 Institute Registration


$625.00 (early bird through June 30, 2019)


$675.00 (effective July 1, 2019)

Non-Member: $750.00

Hotel Reservations

Room rate for Institute attendees: $179/night plus taxes

or register and reserve hotel through NADOA's website


All hotel accommodations will be the responsibility of the registrant. Hotel Reservation Deadline: August 13, 2019. Hotel cancellations must be made within 72 hours of check-in. If not cancelled within this time frame, 1 night plus taxes will be charged as a cancellation fee. 16 C OA Credits; 13 CPLTA Credits; RPL & CPL Credits pending


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DEALS & DISCOUNTS. Visit Fort Worth offers money saving programs that allow your meeting dollars to go further than ever before! Worth Saving Badge Program: Meeting attendees can enjoy free or discounted appetizers, meals, drinks, desserts and Fort Worth gifts just by showing their conference badge at participating establishments! https://www.fortworth.com/meetings/meetings-tool-kit/worth-savings/

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We’re looking forward to two and a half days of classes with a great lineup of speakers again this year! We know that many of you depend on NADOA’s Annual Institute to help accumulate the credits you need for your CDOA recertification. Historically, the CDOA Committee has graciously awarded 8 credits for 6 hours of education at an annual institute; and that will be the case once again this year. It really is a great value for each CDOA in attendance! The Program Committee has done its best to schedule those 6 hours on Thursday and Friday as Institute Program Schedule

optimally as possible with breaks and allowing attendees time to travel after the Institute concludes on Friday. Don’t forget that in order to obtain all credits for Thursday and Friday, you must attend all sessions which will conclude at 3:40 PM on Friday. You’ll also want to stick around for our Closing Session which is scheduled from 3:45-4:30 for one last chance to win a door prize! We hope you’ll enjoy our speaker lineup, and we’ll see you in Fort Worth!


NADOA one day seminar option – Only $65 Wednesday, September 4, 2019 – 3 CDOA credits Two different A.M. tracks: Calculations presented by Eli Murray, CDOA, CPLTA Escheat presented by Pam Wentz, Georgeson Please join us on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas for a private tour of the Tarrant County Courthouse. Several tours will be offered. Come and see the history of Tarrant County, Texas including information on the Chisolm Trail, the County Clerk’s office and to learn about all of the great things that make up the city of Fort Worth, Texas. Space is limited. If you want to attend, be sure to check the box when you register for the 2019 NADOA Institute. Please contact administrator@ nadoa.org if you have questions regarding this tour.

Tarrant County Courthouse

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Program Changes The Program Committee is trying something new this year and will only feature Keynote Speakers at lunch. Because of this change, Friday’s yummy BUFFET BREAKFAST will feature announcements of the 2020 NADOA Board of Directors as well as all NADOA Awards. Please be on the lookout for the email for the Survey Monkey with the ballot and candidate bios and complete those BOD ballots when they are emailed. Make your voice count and VOTE.

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NADOA 2019 Institute Speakers

SUSAN S. BREWER Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC

PAMELA WENTZ National Practice Leader, Unclaimed Property Consulting, Georgeson LLC

Thursday’s lunch features a keynote address by Susan Brewer on the topic of leadership. With more than 100 litigation cases under her belt, Ms. Brewer is known to motivate with great advice and examples on bringing up young leaders in today’s workplace. This is a presentation you won’t want to miss. ELI MURRAY Landman, Concho Resources Wednesday’s schedule includes three of Eli Murray’s expert, in-depth presentations on calculations, namely, “Building a DOI,” “Calculations” and “Payouts/Carried Working Interests.” As a returning speaker from 2018, we are fortunate to benefit from her experience as a Landman, directly relating and explaining calculations to the Analyst’s everyday work. Ms. Orlowski is returning to Institute with presentations on “How to Review a Title Opinion” and “Oklahoma Law and Transfer on Death Deeds.” An attorney and instructor since 1978, Faith is recognized for her expertise and highly personable presentation skills. STEPHANIE HINES, JD, CPLTA Assistant Professor of Energy Land Management, West Virginia University “Record Title versus Ancestry.com and Other Searches” is the topic Stephanie Hines brings to the fore. If you spend significant time reviewing records online, make plans to attend her class and return a more skillful online researcher. ANDREW GRAHAM Attorney, Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC With presentations that are critical to the work of the Division Order Analyst, Andrew Graham effectively shares valuable insight and key information. The topics of “Post- Production Costs” and the “Joint Operating Agreement” are given for your consideration. Discover recent court cases that affect how companies manage post-production clauses and which clauses in the JOA are key to your role in the industry. D. FAITH ORLOWSKI Attorney, Moyers Martin, LLP

We are pleased to have Pamela Wentz return once again to host three separate Escheat sessions on Wednesday. Get unclaimed property updates in her series of Unclaimed Property – Drilling into the Details topics: “State Enforcement Efforts in the Oil and Gas Industry,” “Unclaimed Property Reporting – Dealing with Difficult State Laws” and finally, “Drilling Into Your Unclaimed Property Policy and Procedures.” GRAHAM SMITH Senior Attorney, Mazurek, Belden & Burke PC Mr. Smith previously served as Assistant DA in Bexar County, Texas and will be presenting on “Royalty Payment Issues with Allocation Wells”, a hot topic for states where this specific type of well is being drilled. KACIE BEVERS Attorney, Steptoe & Johnson, PLLC A must-see presentation is the best description when Kacie Bevers presents at Institute. Two separate topics are covered this year, “Texas Trusts, Wills and Probate” and “Consents to Assign.” Dissect these topics relating to the everyday work of the Analyst. GREG WHITING Vice President of Accounting and Regulatory, CIMA ENERGY LP The effects of Natural Gas Liquids exports on our industry are complicated even to the savvy investor. Mr. Whiting’s presentation will look at the possibilities of a large percentage of the gas industry’s future. GARY JOSEPH, MBA, CIA Senior Manager, Keane Unclaimed Property requirements should be considered in the Acquisition and Divestiture process. If you regularly handle A&D or Unclaimed Property, you will appreciate the key points that Gary Joseph will share in this timely course.


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APRIL LUEDECKE, CDOA and MICHELE LAWTON Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

ED CALDWELL Production Engineer, Jagged Peak Energy Mr. Caldwell focuses on the production side of operations in the Permian Basin. With a degree in Chemical Engineering to manage production chemical and water recycling programs, control choke changes, supervise workover rigs, and design artificial lift systems, Ed will present on “Texas Well Field Operations – Artificial Lift, Skids and more.” Join Ed at Institute and learn more on what happens in the field. You’ll be better prepared to answer owners’ questions. DAVID SCHWAN Senior Counsel – Litigation, Concho A law graduate from University of Houston, David brings his expertise in the topic of “Breach of Attorney Client Privilege.” It should prove to be a great overview on how to appropriately navigate the situation, should it ever arise. DREW POE DBAs and Disregarded Entities continue to be a challenging issue in oil and gas. Drew will impart some great information in this presentation so be prepared with a note pad and ask plenty of questions. DRILLINGINFO A representative from DrillingInfo will be presenting the topic of “Bridging the Generational Gap with Business Relations.” This soft skill continues to be a challenge in all business fields and proves to be valuable in fostering a more productive work environment. CHARLES SARTAIN, Partner Gray Reed & McGraw (Dallas) Please join Mr. Sartain for an in-depth presentation on “Correction Deeds and Current Property Code Issues.” In a career spanning more than 30 years, Charles has successfully resolved a wide variety of commercial disputes by utilizing his skills in litigation, arbitration and negotiation. His experience is our gain as we learn from his depth of knowledge.

Calculations 101 and Intermediate to Advanced Calculations will be the focus of two separate courses in the program. Michele Lawton and April Luedecke are experienced analysts who are glad to share knowledge. Knowing not only how but why is key in making decisions that lead to the right answer.

JOHN BOWMAN Lead Division Order Analyst COG Operating LLC

Mr. Bowman will be presenting on the ever-complicated, work until it finally makes sense, “Burden Linking.” John obtained a Juris Doctorate at St. Mary’s University and worked with several law firms. He has over seven years of Leadership and Project Management and has the skills to shed light on this complicated topic.

TIMOTHY MCKEEN Attorney, Managing Member Steptoe & Johnson PLLC (WV)

Timothy McKeen practices oil and gas law throughout the Appalachian Basin. He specializes in title, due diligence and mineral acquisitions. Mr. McKeen will participate on the Utica and Marcellus Shale Panel and will also present the topic of “Organizational Management.” Bring your questions for the panel for these active oil and gas plays! DREW HOPKINS Director of Business Development Land Information Services, LLC Helpful hints and information on dealing with royalty owners is only part of the expertise Drew Hopkins brings to the topic of Owner Relations. Being the face of your company, the Division Order Analyst must keep cool when dealing with owners and difficult conversations. Your manager said you need this class. WILLIAM KING, Senior Manager SALT, Unclaimed Property at KPMG US “Escheat Legislative Updates” will be presented by Mr. King. Bring unclaimed property questions you may have and be well-prepared for your next escheat assignment. William King is a veteran presenter at Institute and we are pleased to have him return to educate us on the issue.


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Volunteers Needed! Volunteers are needed to help introduce speakers at NADOA Institute in Fort Worth on September

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If you are planning on attending NADOA’s Annual Institute in Fort Worth, Texas September 3-6 and would like to volunteer to be a greeter during registration on Tuesday September 3 or Wednesday September 4, please contact Betty Davidson at 713-739-6622 or bdavidson@cima- energy.com or Brenda Pirozzolo at 972-354- 8114 or Brenda.pirozzolo@cgi.com. It is a great way to help your organization and meet other NADOA members. We look forward to seeing you in September!

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The Omni Fort Worth Hotel is located at 1300 Houston Street, downtown Fort Worth’s largest and most authentic downtown hotel. Known for its casual elegance and sophisticated style, the Omni is a stunning blend of native building materials and ultra-modern glass. The Hotel represents progressive luxury and offers amenities illustrating the Western spirit embodied by the city that surrounds it.

Conveniently located in the heart of Fort Worth’s exciting downtown, the hotel is adjacent to the Fort Worth Convention Center and within walking distance from the city’s cultural centers, restaurants and nightlife. Hotel Highlights: • Non-smoking luxury hotel and campus • WiFi Internet service – complimentary for Select Guest® members • Bob’s Steak & Chop House • Wine Thief Wine bar • Whiskey & Rye Sports bar • Cast Iron – three meal a day restaurant • Kimbell Art Museum Store • Mokara Spa • Heated outdoor swimming pool (6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.) and pool bar • Fully equipped fitness center • In-room fitness options including a complimentary Get Fit kit

Guest Services:

• The Power of One ® – Excellence in Service • Concierge

• Dry cleaning/laundry services • Express check-in and check-out • Full-service restaurants • Guest room dining available from 5:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m • Omni Kids Crew • Staffed business center • Starbucks® Coffee • Valet and self parking

Check in is at 4:00 p.m. and check out is at 11:00 a.m. Take advantage of Online Check In and save time!


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NADOA Institute 2019 Parking & Transportation Information

Below is parking and transportation information to and from the Omni Fort Worth Hotel (1300 Houston Street, Fort Worth) and during your stay. Parking Information: • Valet parking: $30 + tax per night/per vehicle* – overnight parking (unlimited in/out privileges) • Over-sized vehicles: $40 + tax per night/per vehicle* • Daily and event valet parking: $22 per vehicle* (no in/out privileges) • City-operated self-parking: $22 per vehicle* (no in/out privileges)– available at the city-operated garage adjacent to the hotel. The garage entrance is on 11th Street between Houston and Throckmorton (one block north of the hotel). *Prices are subject to change without notice. • Complimentary car service (Omni Hotel) – travels within a 5 mile radius of the hotel; pick up and drop off based on availability (listed below) Directions to the Omni Fort Worth Hotel (1300 Houston Street, Fort Worth 76102): From DFW (approx. 30 minutes): from airport’s south exit take TX-183W and TX-121S to TX-280 Spur in Fort Worth. Take exit 52A. Follow 6th St. Left turn onto Houston St. Hotel located 6 blocks down on the right. From DAL (approx. 40 minutes): from airport’s south exit take Mockingbird Ln west. Turn right onto 183W. Take TX-183W and TX-121S to TX- 280 Spur in Fort Worth. Take exit 52A. Follow 6th St. Left turn onto Houston St. Hotel located 6 blocks down on the right. Transportation Information: (DFW is approx. 20 min drive to host hotel) • Rental Cars - Both DFW & DAL have rental car companies. DFW: Their on-site rental car facility makes picking up or dropping off your car quick and easy. Located near the south entrance of the Airport, it offers travelers 12 companies. The Rental Car Center is located at 2424 E. 38th St, DFW Airport, TX, near the south entrance of the Airport. https:// www.dfwairport.com/rentalcars/index.php Friday-Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Sunday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

• Arriving Passengers: After collecting your baggage, follow the Rental Car signs to the designated pick-up area on the lower level of the terminal. From there, board the Rental Car shuttle bus. Buses run 24 hours a day, depart every 10-15 minutes and reach the Rental Car Center in approximately 10 minutes. • Departing Passengers: Before your departing flight, follow signs to return your vehicle at the Rental Car Center. For transportation from the facility to your terminal, board the Rental Car Shuttle. The Rental Car Shuttle runs 24 hours a day and departs every 10-15 minutes from the facility. DAL: Shuttles operate on the Lower Level in the Rental Car Shuttle area. For more information, visit http://www. dallas-lovefield.com/parking-transportation.html. • Yellow Checker Shuttle – offers guests the choice of vans or sedans; book online or call (866) 903-1900. http:// www.yellowcheckershuttle.com • Super Shuttle – (800) 258-3826. https://www. supershuttle.com/locations/dallas-dfw-dal/ • Taxi service to/from DFW Airport: Approximately $55 – 60 one way • Taxi service to/from Love Field: Approximately $75 one way • Molly the Trolley —Trolley service with routes through downtown; picks up in front of the hotel; $2 single ride, $5 day pass. https://ridetrinitymetro.org/services/molly- the-trolley/ • The Omni Ft. Worth Hotel is located five blocks from the Amtrak Station. (800) USA-RAIL / (800) 872-7245. https://www.amtrak.com/home.html • Trinity Railway Express – T&P Station located two blocks from the hotel. $1.50 each way and can be purchased on the day of arrival/departure. Monday-Saturday. https:// www.trinityrailwayexpress.org/ • Ride with Uber or Lyft - Simply arrange for a ride using the app on your smart phone or mobile device or visit the following websites: Uber: https://www.uber.com/airports/ dal/ & https://www.uber.com/global/en/ airports/dfw/. Up to $15 off. Get $5 off each of your first three rides. Use promo code NEWRIDER15. Expires 30 days after the promo code is applied to your Uber account. • DART Rail Stations / Park & Rides / Transit Center - https://www.dart.org/maps/locationslist.asp


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INSTITUTE REGISTRATION By Debbie McKee, Co-Chair If you would like to help work Registration this year in Fort Worth, Texas here are the dates and times we will be open: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Wednesday, September 4, 2019 7:00 am to 12:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Thursday, September 5, 2019 7:00 am to 8:30 am We are looking for volunteers. Please contact me by telephone or email if you would like to volunteer. My telephone number is 405-570-9702 and my email is dmckee52@gmail.com. Helping with registration is a really good opportunity to meet new people and get involved with NADOA at the same time. Please be sure to pay close attention to your Registration form when you are signing up to go to Institute. If you

are bringing a guest, we will need their name for a lanyard and there is a blank space provided on the registration form for this information. Also, please note the guest fee only includes the Wednesday night President’s Welcome Reception and the Thursday night event at River Ranch. It does not include any of the breakfasts or lunches served on Thursday or Friday. As always, anyone arriving without their lanyard for an Institute event will not be permitted to enter and you will not get a lanyard upon arrival unless you have paid for your registration. Please feel free to call me if you have any questions at all once the registration is available online. Registration will be closed from 12 to 4 pm Wednesday for the Top Golf event, which is happening from 1 to 3 pm on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. If you sign up for that, which is an extra cost of $45.00, you will receive a wristband. You will have to wear the wristband to the Top Golf event and you should not wear your lanyard.


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if you cannot donate 450 items. Anything you or your company can donate will be appreciated - I promise we are not picky. If you plan on donating items, we ask that you please print and complete the following form or visit the NADOA website . If you have any questions, you can contact either me or Angela and we will be happy to assist you. Armando Lopez: ALopez@SurgeEnergyA.com Angela Shockley: AShockley@SurgeEnergyA.com If you are ready to donate but wondering where to send or how to get the items to us, they can be mailed to the following address: Surge Energy America Attn: Armando Lopez or Angela Shockley – NADOA 7850 N Sam Houston Pkwy W, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77064 If you are in the Houston area and saying to yourself, “Oh man, shipping is going to be expensive. I am in the Houston area, there has to be a better way.” Well, if you are in the Houston area and dreading those shipping costs, feel free to drop them by our office or contact us and we will come to you and pick them up. To summarize it up, we need your help to make this a successful goody bag! We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate anything you can donate. See you in Fort Worth!

GOODY BAGS By Armando Lopez

We are super excited about the 2019 NADOA Institute in Fort Worth, Texas. We have been very busy planning and we still need your help! The bags have been chosen, now it is time to fill them up because we all love free stuff. What are we looking for? I am glad you asked. We are looking for all kinds of items, no item will be turned away! If you have some extra pens, send them! What about headphones? Send them! Are fidget spinners still a cool thing? Absolutely, send them! Even if you have some cool stickers, send those too! We have had a few items delivered but we still need more and that is where YOU come in. We are still striving for about 450 in attendance, but don’t worry

Armando Lopez & Angela Shockley Co-Chairs, Packets “Goody Bag” Committee


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PHONE NUMBER: ________________________________________ CONTACT PERSON: ________________________________________ E-MAIL ADDRESS: ________________________________________ PLEASE RETURN FORM TO: Mail Goody Items to: Surge Energy America Attn: Angela Shockley OR Armando Lopez 7850 N Sam Houston Pkwy W, Ste 100 Houston, TX 77064 Please include name of Company sending items on the shipping label for identification. SHIP TO ARRIVE NO LATER THAN THURSDAY AUGUST 22, 2019 Angela Shockley: AShockley@SurgeEnergyA.com OR Armando Lopez: ALopez@SurgeEnergyA.com


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NADOA 2019 ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE Omni Hotel – Fort Worth, Texas September 4 - 6, 2019

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SPONSOR DONATION FORM Thank you for your sponsorship. Your donations help with the cost of our speakers, hospitality functions, conference publications, including a compilation of our speakers’ presentations, as well as to cover general fund- administrative costs. We have attached suggested contribution levels. However, please keep in mind that these are suggestions – all contributions will be recognized. This financial support helps reduce the costs to all attendees and allows NADOA to present a professional, quality educational event . If you would like to apply your sponsorship to a specific category, you may indicate that preference below. CATEGORY AMOUNT General Donation (includes administrative costs, door prizes, etc.) http://www.nadoa.wildapricot.org/resources/Documents/2019%20Institute/NADOA%20CORPORATE%20SPON- SORSHIP%20__2019%20DONATION%20FORM.pdf

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To assure that your name will be published in the NADOA Institute Brochure, please return your donation, along with this form to NADOA no later than June 15, 2019. Corporate sponsorships received after this date will be published in subsequent publications. PLEASE RETURN THE FORM AND CONTRIBUTION TO: NADOA PO BOX 44009 Denver CO 80201 For questions, please contact: Vicki Danielson Melissa Fontana Corporate Donations Co-Chair Corporate Donations Co-Chair

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The stagecoach is heading to Fort Worth full of great DOOR PRIZES to be given away at Institute!! Make sure you are at breakfast and lunch on Thursday and Friday and also at the Closing Session on Friday to win some great loot!!! You must be present to win! Along with some great gift card choices, some of the awesome items you could win are floating speakers, Airpods, Canon mini photo printer, Google Nest Hub bundle pack, a GoPro Fusion and a paid 2020 NADOA Institute Registration!!!

If any of your companies want to donate gift cards, prizes or cash for door prizes, please contact us for more information!

Meet you at the stagecoach in Fort Worth!!

Heather Lister, Door Prize Co-Chair hlister@OneMapMinerals.com

Cheryl Hampton, Door Prize Co-Chair champton@limerockresources.com

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great items for the auction! There will be baskets as well as other items to bid on. Some of the basket themes are Sports, Margaritaville and Wine as well as some surprises! Since so many attendees will be driving to Fort Worth this year, if you or your company would like to donate an item or basket to the Silent Auction, please contact us and let us know. I know that at Lost Pines several members also graciously donated items.

There will be a SILENT AUCTION at this year’s Insti- tute in Fort Worth to raise money for scholarships for our membership for future Institutes. If you attended the In- stitute at Lost Pines in 2017, the Silent Auction held there enabled the NADOA Board to give away THREE FULLY PAID scholarships to the 2018 Institute in Nashville. We are hoping that this year’s Silent Auction will be bigger and better than before. Your 2019 Board members and Institute Committee members are putting together some

See you in Fort Worth!

Luanne Johnson Luanne.Johnson@encana.com

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A big thank you to the following confirmed vendors: CGI DrillingInfo Ensley Properties Georgeson LLC Keane UP LandInfo Serv LandView by Peloton Legacy Royalties NALTA P2 Energy Solutions Russell T Rudy Energy LLC

NADOA would like to welcome all vendors to this year’s 46th Annual Institute Vendor’s Fair! We hope you join us this year in funkytown Fort Worth, TX. We still have slots available. If you are interested in attending as a vendor this year, please follow this link to the Registration Form & Vendor Agreement: http://nadoa.wildapricot.org/ resources/Documents/2019%20Institute/2019%20 NADOA%20VendorRegFormandAgmt.pdf

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There is still time to reserve limited space at the upcoming 46th Annual NADOA Institute Vendor Fair. Contact Lewis Box or Jennifer Kegans to confirm your space now!! lbox@comstockresources.com or lewis.box@gmail.com Work: 972-668-0631 or Cell: 325-234-5741 or jennifer.kegans@carrizo.com

PRESIDENT’S WELCOME RECEPTION HOWDY!!!! Institute is right around the corner and plans are being finalized for the President’s Welcome Reception on Wednesday, September 4 from 5:00 pm until 7:00 pm. The reception will be held at the Omni Hotel and will give everyone a chance to meet and mingle. Light food will be served and there will be a cash bar. What a great way to start off Institute and get to visit with your fellow attendees! There will be time afterwards to head out to the Fort Worth Stockyards or some of the great restaurants and bars in downtown Fort Worth. Grab your boots and hat and get ready to “Learn the Ropes in Cowtown”!!

Sandi Rupprecht & Cheryl Hampton Hospitality Co-Chairs


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NADOA Institute 2019 Kick Off Event

Event details When: Wednesday, September 4 from 1pm-3pm Where: Topgolf – Fort Worth (2201 E. 4th Street, Fort Worth) Cost: $45.00 (for player and non-players) Transportation provided to/from Omni Hotel - Buses leave hotel at 12:45pm Please register to play at NADOA.org A big THANK YOU to our event sponsor

Make plans to join us on Wednesday, September 4 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at Topgolf as we kick off NADOA Institute 2019! The cost is $45.00, which includes a wristband for transportation to/from the Omni Hotel, unlimited Topgolf play, food/snacks and an assortment of beverages. A cash bar will be available for additional drink options. Whether you plan to swing a club or just hang out, this is a great opportunity to mingle and network with other NADOA members and attendees.

For more information contact Josh Lowery Josh@LegacyRoyalties.com | 903-596-9813

Topgolf is a sports entertainment complex that features an inclusive, high-tech golf game that everyone can enjoy. Paired with an outstanding food and beverage menu, climate-controlled hitting bays and music, every Topgolf has an energetic hum that you can feel right when you walk through the door.

More information about Topgolf can be found at, https://topgolf.com/us/fort-worth/. You can also take a virtual tour of Topgolf, visit https:// topgolf.com/assets/360tours/fort-worth/index. html.


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Put on your dancin’ boots and get ready to rope up a good time at the River Ranch Stockyards from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Thursday, September 5, 2019

We will be bused to the River Ranch facility next to the historic Stockyards of Fort Worth for an evening of great Texas barbeque, two drinks from the bar, live music from Uptown Drive (the band from the Lost Pines Institute) and dancing in the air conditioned dining hall. Outside you can enjoy giant board games, Horseshoes, Corn Hole, Rope a Calf, a mechanical bull and a live longhorn. There will also be a traveling Trick Roper to entertain you. It will be an event to remember. Make sure you plan to attend the event Thursday evening.

Spouse or Guest fee for the Wednesday and Thursday evening events is $225.00. Bring your Institute lanyard to be allowed into the event. Wearing your lanyard promotes networking and allows people to see and remember your name and company.


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Fort Worth Fun By April Luedecke

The Stockyards has a variety of entertainment. Don’t wait too late to venture out, as many of the local shops and attractions close before sundown. Fire up the old Hewlett-Packard and check out the options at the FortWorthStockyards.org. Sundance Square has shopping, entertainment and dining in one convenient area. But you don’t want to miss the SCAT JAZZ LOUNGE. Head

underground, literally, for one of the chillest spots on the prairie. Increase your cool factor exponentially while hiding out in this funky hotspot.

If you feel the call of peaceful pools of water and quiet meditation areas, mosey on over a few blocks from the OMNI hotel to the FORT WORTH WATER GARDENS . Described as a “modernist landscape of vortex-like pools and futuristic angles,” this urban plaza

COWTOWN has plenty of attractions for the typical tourist. But what do you do if you’re looking for something a little less pedestrian? Invest a bit of time to soak up some of the lesser-known gems of the western portion of the Metroplex! While BILLY BOB’S TEXAS is well known for its nightlife and world-class grub, it is also a great place to find emerging music talent. Check out the website for the events calendar and don’t forget to bring your boots!

Ever feel like you’re second best? For a flat $2 Admission fee, you too can commiserate with another almost-best by visiting the world’s 2nd longest burning lightbulb at the STOCKYARDS MUSEUM . The world record-holder was first lit in 1908 and is still going strong more than a hundred years later. Or take a gander at the Bad Luck Wedding Dress. (Insert a joke

was previously known as Hell’s Half-acre for the brothels and saloons that once populated this now serene site.

And if you’re a true sci-fi enthusiast, you’ll want to come dressed in your best Logan’s Run garb and make for an epic selfie. Use proper caution though. If you drown in these pools, you won’t be the first. But you will be the only one fished out in a metallic mint-green toga. Whatever you choose to do, you are unlikely to run amiss in Fort Worth. Plan ahead and enjoy the last days of summer in Cowtown!

about your ex here) The Stockyards Museum is located inside the Historic Livestock Exchange Building in Fort Worth.


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More Fort Worth Fun More of a museum person? Fort Worth offers an array of cultural experiences. Here are a few of the offerings available during Institute week.

milestone and introduces V-Drome 2020, a 4-D theatrical experience. Admission is $16. Purchase your ticket .

Monet: The Late Years June 16 – September 15

Through 52 paintings, the Kimbell Art Museum will trace the evolution of Monet from 1913-1926. Assembled from collections in Europe, the US, and Asia, the exhibition will include more than twenty examples of Monet’s beloved water-lily paintings as well as his later more abstract work. Admission is $18. Purchase your ticket.

Another Frontier: Frederic Remington’s East January 1 - September 8

Currently on display at the Sid Richardson Museum in Sundance Square is an exhibition featuring Frederic Remington’s lesser-known Eastern works. The art hails from a period when the artist yearned to move beyond his popular success as an illustrator to critical fame as a fine artist. Admission is free.

David Park: A Retrospective June 2 – September 22 The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is featuring the

It’s Never Just a Horse™ The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

first major museum exhibition in more than 30 years to present the powerfully expressive work of David Park (1911-1960), best known as the founder of Bay Area Figurative Art. Admission is $16.

reopened its second floor after completing a $5.5 million renovation. Exhibits include the immersive Western Design Room, the Bucking Bronc Room and the Hitting the Mark: Cowgirls and Wild West Shows galleries. Admission is $12.

Launchpad: Apollo 11 June 1 - January 5

Join the Fort Worth Science and History Museum in commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Launchpad: Apollo 11 Promises Kept celebrates the

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Institute Co-Chair

Michele Lawton


Institute Co-Chair

Stephanie Moore, CDOA


Corporate Donations

Melissa Fontana, CDOA


Door Prizes

Heather Lister


Golf Event

Josh Lowrey


Golf Event/Corporate Donations

Vicki Danielson, CDOA


Goody Bags/Padfolios

Angela Shockley


Goody Bags/Padfolios

Armando Lopez



Cheryl Hampton



Sandi Rupprecht



Lucretia Jones



Jennifer Kegans



Brenda Pirozzolo, CDOA



Rona Erickson, CDOA


NADOA Administrator

Chris Tucker

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Jackie Powell



Jennifer Lujano



Ida Lemaster



Jeff Kliewer, CDOA



Lauren Roswold



Victoria Frey


Program/Door Prizes

Betty Davidson, CDOA



April Luedecke, CDOA



Debbie McKee, CDOA



ValerieWible, CDOA



Lewis Box, CDOA


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Jason Lucas

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Luanne Johnson, CDOA


Lewis Box, CDOA Jeff Kliewer, CDOA Jennifer Lujano


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Michelle Harris, CDOA


Cheryl Hampton

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Valerie Wible, CDOA

Lauren Roswald Kimberly Ginter

April Luedecke, CDOA

Kaprice Pearson


Rona Erickson, CDOA


Sandi Rupprecht

srupprecht@enerplus.com administrator@nadoa.org

Chris Tucker




Cheryl Hampton Eli Murray, CDOA Sandi Rupprecht Lewis Box, CDOA







lbox@comstockresources.com administrator@nadoa.org michelle.harris@chk.com


Chris Tucker


Michelle Harris, CDOA Stephanie Moore, CDOA



Michele Lawton

michele.lawton@anadarko.com lauren.roswold@whiting.com


Lauren Roswold (Dauer)


Kaprice Pearson



Andy Graham


Sandi Rupprecht



Rona Erickson, CDOA Luanne Johnson, CDOA Luanne Johnson, CDOA



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