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Posted 24 March 2010 - 04:19 AM

Alamo Conference

This Conference is unlike any other Conference in the Nation. It has the top speakers at a setting close to the boundary of the mysterious Area-51. Following our speaker session on Saturday night we make a trek closer to the base hoping to get a glimpse of something strange flying in the valley or coming out of the base itself. Get up close and personal with the "Cammo Dudes!"

Speakers: Barbara Lamb, Jim Moroney, Ike Bishop, Cynthia Crawford, Michelle Emerson
Conference Fees: Registration: $115.00 per person for all three days. After May 12th, fees will increase to $125.00 per person for all three days. After May 12th, no reservations can be accepted by mail. You will have to pay at the door, and remember WE DO NOT TAKE CREDIT CARDS THIS YEAR. Cash or check only. There is a Bank inside the grocery store in Alamo and it closes at 5:00 pm Friday. There is an ATM next to the bank. Or you can Email alamoconference@gmail.com with the subject "Conference Registration" and we will email you a form.

SPECIAL NOTE: Reservations are limited to the first 70 people so register early. (see the Reservations Page). In addition, motel rooms go quickly so call them as soon as you can. Numbers are provided on THE ALAMO INFORMATION PAGE. Bring your RV's if you wish as there are ample hookups at "R Place" Shell station and RV park (6 miles from Alamo) and lots of dry camping in Alamo. Call for information.
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