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CSCA 2013 Communicating the Possible - President's Reception

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On Saturday, April 6th , join us for a very special conference finale and President’s Reception at the World War I Museum as we honor Mitchell McKinney’s presidency and his service to CSCA. Opened in 2004, this museum was designed by Ralph Appelbaum, who is known for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Clinton Presidential Library. Be sure to take the elevator to the top of the Liberty Memorial tower to see the lights of downtown Kansas City. TowerShuttles to and from the museum will run throughout the evening beginning at 6:45 pm from the hotel’s entrance. You will not want to miss this event!

There are just a few days left for early registration. You’ll find conference and hotel registration information, along with the final conference program, at We have some amazing panels and events for you at #CSCA13.


Looking forward to seeing you all in Kansas City for Communicating the Possible!!


Chad Edwards,CSCA First Vice President
Western Michigan University
@edwardschad (Twitter)

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