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The North Carolina Community CoUege
Adult Educators Association volumexix, number i fall 1996
The Fall 1996 NCCCAEA Conference is rapidly approaching. It looks like this
conference will be well attended as the room block has already been long filled.
Vonnie Conner and Maureen Little have been working hard to secure additional
rooms both on site and at nearby hotels. Hopefully, all who wish to attend the
conference will be able to do so without too much difficulty.
Our membership is growing so fast that we are experiencing difficulty in finding
adequate space at some of our past conference sites. We have outgrown locations at
Atlantic Beach and High Point. Vonnie Conner, our President-Elect is looking into
possible sites at Shell Island and other ocean front locations.
One goal that I have for this year is to add value to your NCCCAEA membership.
We plan to try and increase membership; provide additional benefits to our members; and to raise the quality
of our conferences. Any suggestions that you have regarding these goals are welcomed. Please feel free to
contact me or any of the board members with your ideas or recommendations. Looking forward to seeing all of
you at Fall Conference this year!
1996 FALL CONFERENCE
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Maureen Little, Chair, Fall Conference Planning Committee
The NCCCAEA 1996 Fall Conference is
scheduled for October 23 through 25 at the North
Raleigh Hilton in the capital city of Raleigh. An
appropriate theme of "Lifelong Learning: A
Capital Investment" was chosen by the planning
committee and workshops to endorse this theme
have been planned in all areas of adult education.
The conference will begin with Dr. Lloyd V.
Hackley delivering the keynote address at the
Opening Session on Wednesday afternoon. Other
NCCCS Staff have been scheduled to present
sessions throughout the conference. At the
breakfast on Friday morning. Dr. James B. Dixon
will provide the membership with pertinent
The Presidents' Reception on Wednesday evening
is an event that you will not want to miss. All
community college presidents have been invited.
as well as key legislative persormel. Please take a
few moments to personally invite your president
to attend this event.
"Life, Laughter and Leadership" will be the
program for the luncheon on Thursday and will
be delivered by Paula Hudson Collins. Paula
works very closely with the Small Business
Centers and will be a sincere treat to our
The Association welcomes all newcomers to this
conference and has a special session plarmed for
these individuals on Wednesday, October 23 at
1:00 p.m. Plan to attend to meet with the
NCCCAEA officers and learn more about the
Make your plans now to attend the Fall
If you have blocked
rooms and have found
that your arrangements
have changed, please
call the North Raleigh
Hilton to release these
rooms or offer them to
someone at another
telephone number for the
Hilton is (919)
Thank you for your help.
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