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Close to 3,000 attendees have descended on Indianapolis for CCDA’s 2011 National Conference. On opening night, Rev. Thurman Williams of New Song Community Church challenged us to INNOVATE: “God is doing a new thing. Let it begin in us.” To share your thoughts, don’t forget to follow @iamccda and use hash tag #CCDA2011. Click here for the latest announcements.

Cancellations

CANCELLED:
Friday, October 14th; 3-4:15PM
Planting Urban Charter Schools (Lv. 301)
Leonard & Glenda Brannon
Room 308
Track: Education: Approaches to Reform

CANCELLED:
Saturday, October 15th; 3-4:15PM
Shifting Toward Sustainable Economic Development Business Models (Lv. 201)
Christopher Posey
Room 204
Track: Business as Ministry

Corrections

NEW PRESENTER:
Friday, October 14th; 3-4:15PM
Organizational Capacity Building for Community and Economic Development (Lv. 201)
Falicia Brewer & Larry Smith
Room 205
Track: Organizational Development

Zumba Moved! We’re zumba-ing at the same time, on the same days (Thurs-Sat, 7:20-8:15AM) but we’re now in Room 209.

Insider Tips

Flash Your Badge: If you’re a registered attendee of Indy2011, please wear your name badge at all times while attending conference events.

Book your On Locations: Plan ahead for the On Location Workshops (see pgs 17-19 in your program book). Purchase $10 tickets in advance at the registration booth (lunch is included); space is limited.

Cheap, Good Grub: High Velocity Bar offers $5 appetizers from 4-6PM daily. Also take advantage of 10% discounts all week long at High Velocity Bar and Osteria Pronto when you flash your badge (both restaurants are located in the JW Marriot, ground level).

CCDA Culture Club: The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, the Indianapolis Zoo, and the Children’s Museum are all offering discounts to Indy2011 attendees who can show their badges. Visit the Info Table for pricing and information.

Don’t Miss: Friday

CCDA Education Film Festival (sponsored by Mission Year): Tonight’s flicks begin at 9:30PM. “Waiting for Superman” (111 min); Grand Ballroom. “Walkout” (110 min.); Rooms 304-306; the screening room is limited to the first 120 people. Get there quick!

Body & Soul: Don’t miss out on our local Dinner Tours. Read page 58 of your program book and register for the dinner tours at the registration booth. Also, take advantage of our Prayer Room and onsite Prayer Team.

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