The Newsline Team will be at National Convention

Hey News Fans!  If you haven’t already done so, please consider attending the NFB 2012 Convention in Dallas,  Texas.  The Newsline team will be on hand for an information session and presentations will be offered.

The 2012 convention will be a truly exciting and memorable event, with an unparalleled program and re-dedication to the goals and work of our movement. Make plans now to be a part of it.  Pre-convention seminars for parents of blind children and other groups and set-up of the exhibit hall will take place on Saturday, June 30, and adjournment will be Thursday, July 5, following the banquet. Convention registration and registration packet pick-up for those who registered online will begin on Sunday, July 1, and both Sunday and Monday will be filled with meetings of divisions and committees, including the Monday morning annual meeting, open to all, of the board of directors of the National Federation of the Blind.

General convention sessions will begin on Tuesday, July 3, and continue through the banquet on Thursday, July 5. Note that Wednesday, July 4, will include both morning and afternoon convention sessions. Friday, July 6, will be available for tours for those who enjoy getting to know something about our convention city. To assure yourself a room in the headquarters hotel at convention rates, you must make reservations early. The hotel will be ready to take your call or deal with your written request by January 1.

Follow http://lx-web.nfb.org/convention/preregistration.php for more information.

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