MIC3 3rd Annual Meeting
San Antonio, Texas | Nov. 14-16, 2010
We are looking forward to an informative and entertaining conference on the Riverwalk in beautiful San Antonio. This will be an excellent opportunity for Commission members, education professionals and military representatives to exchange ideas relative to the success of the MIC3 programs. In previous conferences we have focused on the drafting of rules and bylaws to form the framework for our National and local operations. This year our primary focus will be on the development of training plans, policies and procedures to assist the member states in the establishment of their respective state councils. We will explore ways in which we can better educate and keep informed parents, teachers, school liaison officers, superintendents and all members of the military community to ensure that the message is reaching our target audiences. Please join us as we chart the course to insure the growth of a quality organization dedicated to providing every available educational opportunity for the children of those who serve so dutifully in our Armed Forces.
Currently, the Compact has 35 member States and we continually seek to add new members.
We have planned our agenda such that you should have ample spare time, to enjoy some of the exciting tourist attractions that San Antonio has to offer:
The world-famous River Walk is one of the top visitor destinations in Texas and a cornerstone of our robust meetings industry. Also known as the world's largest hotel lobby, it's the perfect place for networking, nightlife and entertainment.
No trip to San Antonio is complete without a visit to The Alamo, an enduring symbol of courage and freedom recognized worldwide. Located in the heart of downtown, The Alamo hosts more than 2.5 million visitors a year and is a must see for visitors to the Alamo City.
A culture with roots in Mexico, Germany and the Old West combine to provide an only in San Antonio experience. Unique museums feature special collections, such as Latin American Art and Western Art, while the Southtown area near downtown is home to a thriving arts community. Historical sites such as The Alamo and The Mission Trail (the largest concentration of missions in North America) entice history buffs, as does King William, the state's first historic district. This 25-block neighborhood near downtown, settled by prominent German merchants in the late 1800s, was the city's most elegant residential area - many of the homes are featured on the area's popular self-guided walking tour.
As a Commissioner of a dues paying member state, your lodging cost and meals will be paid by MIC3 during the period 14-16 November 2010. For your convenience please contact the hotel direct with your reservation information.
The room rate for non commission members is $220.66 per night for Sunday and Monday which includes $117.00 plus 16.75% hotel tax. It also includes the reception Sunday evening along with breakfast and lunch on Monday and Tuesday. You will also be entitled to the morning and afternoon break refreshments on Monday and Tuesday. Double occupancy room rate is $154.11. The Tuesday night room rate is $117.00 plus 16.75% tax.
The hotel has been provided with a list of official attendees for whom MIC3 will be paying.
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