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You can still attend the 2003 NCEW Convention!

It's not too late to register for the 2003 NCEW Convention: American History, What we do with it. Reserve September 17-20 for professional development workshops, informative panel discussions, inspiring speakers, and a great time in historic Providence, Rhode Island.

Speakers this year include Charles Lewis of the Center for Public Integrity; Christopher Byron, author of Martha, Inc.; Congressman Bob Simmons; First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams; and CBS personality Andy Rooney, among many others.

Panel discussions include Preserving the Past and Economic Development, Indian Casinos, The Founding Fathers--What They Really Meant, and Does New England Still Matter? Convention organizers also have arranged for interesting professional development workshops, including "How to be your own writing coach" and "Editorials need not be dull--How to liven up your writing."

Other activities include an evening at historic Rosecliff Mansion, a tour of the Navy War College, and a spectacular Waterfire display on the river, arranged just for NCEW.

The deadline to register is September 5. Call headquarters now to sign up: 717/703-3015.
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