[nfbmi-talk] Questions About State Convention

larry d keeler lkeeler at comcast.net
Sat Oct 3 02:29:44 UTC 2015

I agree! It would be nice to know because I may or may not be able to go for
personal reasons. However, I'd love to go so that I can take care of the dog
committee and it would be helpful to find out about when the last day of
cheaper registration is and a little more about how we could use public
transportation to get there! 

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Can someone tell me the hotel rate for State Convention?  I go to the State
Convention link on our website and it only says that the 2015 convention
will be in Lansing.  
When does our reservations need to be in and what is the contact info for
the hotel?  

I would have thought more information would be out by now about the
convention.  I remember setting prices and deadlines for pre-registration at
the quarterly board meeting, but nothing else has been disclosed about the
convention, except for pre-registrating online.  
When can we expect to see a flyer about the convention?  
When can we expect to see an agenda for the convention?  
Are we having web streaming this year as well?  
As well, will there be tables for literature?  
It was mentioned that we could request for financial assistance, what is the
deadline for this and what does the state affiliate expect someone to do if
they get this assistance?  Like for national convention, you have to go to
the general sessions, banquet and work the exhibit table.  Are the same
expectations assumed for state convention minus the exhibit table?  
If anyone can answer my questions I would appreciate it.  
Kim Mohnke 

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