Little Rock to host 2006 SWCM

The 71st Southwestern Convention Meeting in Little Rock, Ark., will be hosted by the officers and members of Divisions 182, 278, 585, 858, GIA Auxiliary 37, all of the North Little Rock / Pine Bluff Terminal.

SWCM Co-Chairmen Al Williams and Norman Baker report that exciting events will take place in Little Rock during the meeting.

Tentative events include a golf tournament, a tour of the State House Convention Center, dinner and a tour of the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library, and a GIA speaker and style show.

The golf tournament will take place at the Eagle Hills Golf & Athletic Club. The course rating is 71.5 and it has a slope rating of 121 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Mr. Lindy Lindsey, Eagle Hills opened in 1997.

The Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is located within the Clinton Presidential Center and Park. The Center includes the Clinton Foundation (Little Rock office) and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service. The Clinton Library, which includes an archival research facility and a museum, is responsible for preserving and processing in perpetuity the official Presidential records, audiovisual materials, and artifacts of the Clinton Administration. The archival and museum holdings at the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum are the largest within the Presidential Library system. Included in these collections are approximately 76.8 million pages of paper documents, 1.85 million photographs and over 75,000 museum artifacts.

For more details, you may contact members of the committee:

Al Williams, Chairman
(501) 664-7328, home phone
(501) 517-4778, mobile phone
Norman Baker, Co-Chairman
(501) 231-1927, mobile phone
Larry Procell, Arrangements Chair
(870) 717-5900
Terry Todd, Golf Chairman
(501) 835-8306, office phone
(501) 920-3198, mobile phone
Mary Ann Mullins, GIA Chair
(501) 835-8897, home phone

Download Registration forms below:

2006 SWCM Registration Form

2006 SWCM Golf Tournament Form



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