by Dwight Brautigam, Huntington College
Huntington in October!What could be finer? OK, don't answer that
question. But, plans are solidifying for theCFH biennial meeting here on
October 10-12, with the Student Research Conference beginning onOctober
9-10. Program co-chairs Jay Green and Tom Mach visited HuntingtonCollege
in early March, and together we reviewed logistics and program ideas.
Some exciting things are in the offing, as you've read above, andwe're
working hard to make sure the meeting will run as smoothly aspossible.
Check the CFH website (www.huntington.edu/cfh/cfh_conference.htm)
periodically for updates to the schedule and other attractionstoo numerous
to mention; we'll postchanges as we confirm additional details. Rest assured
that we will have the traditional Friday eveningbanquet; we are also
tentatively planning a receptionfollowing Thursday evening's plenary
session. There will also be other opportunities to overeat.
Details arestill sketchy on the tours of the supersecret Newsletter
Bunker, but if you bring your national security card,that will enable us to do
FBI background checks on the spot. And don't payany attention to the black
helicopters hovering about; they're just part of our new semi-secret Tsetsefly
On a more serious note, watch your mailboxes in Julyfor the official
registration materials. There you'll find a moredetailed schedule, registration
costs andinstructions, hotel and airport information, and additional
tantalizing details about the meeting. If you need to reserve a flight soon,
please know that we will make every effort to providetransportation from
and to the FortWayne International Airport (FWA), which is about 25
minutes from our campus.
Please contactme with any questions you may have about local
arrangements, byeMail at email@example.com or by telephone at
260/ 359-4223. See you in October!