Friday, March 2, 2018 - 8:30am to 3:30pm
Join us March 2nd for our 2018 state-wide planning and coordination conference for Texans interested in orchestrating WWI commemoration activities. The conference will help you develop activities for your community or organization, find key partners, and identify strategies for promoting commemoration events.
World War I had an enduring impact on Texas. It was a time of great change in technology, culture, and society. Texas was a center for logistics and training. Over 198,000 Texans from every race, ethnicity, and gender served. 5,171 lost their lives in the Great War.
The conference is free and open to all interested individuals and organizations. RSVP by Tuesday, February 27 by registering here. Our meeting space has a maximum capacity. Registrations will be accepted until we reach that limit.
Lunch will available at the Stephen F. Austin building cafeteria. A variety of sandwiches and a choice of entrees are available for purchase during the lunch break. Breakfast is also available in the cafeteria prior to the start of the conference.
The conference is presented by the Texas WWI Centennial Commemoration Association and the Texas Veterans Commission. The Texas WWI Centennial Commemoration is part of the National effort of the United States World War I Centennial Commission. Visit our website at http://www.texasworldwar1centennial.org/ for more information about the Texas WWI Centennial or this event.
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