|Ted Bunch||Sarah Deer||Pricilla Gonzalez||Joanne Smith||Celinda Lake||Monique Hoeflinger||Aimee Thompson Arevalo|
September 23-25,2013 • Yakima Convention Center
|9:30 am-12:00 pm||Welcome and plenary|
|10:45 am-12:15 pm||
Lunch and Annual Meeting
|Evening Event TBA|
|11:30 am-12:00 pm||Closing|
REFUNDS Requests for refunds must be received by September 2nd.
SCHOLARSHIPS this year are prioritized for Native people, immigrants and refugees, and people of color affiliated with Member Programs. Scholarships will be awarded based on diversity and geographic balance. Scholarships cover the registration fee only - please tell us if you want to be put in contact with others who want to share hotel and travel expenses. To apply,use the print registration form. Tell us why you want to come and include a signature from the supervisor or director of your program. Applications must be received by August 15th. Questions? Contact Judy at (206) 389-2515 x206 (voice), (206) 389-2900 (TTY), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREE REGISTRATIONS WSCADV Member Programs may designate one person to receive Free Registration. In addition to our scholarship priorities, we encourage our Member Programs to use their one free registration to send Native people, immigrants and refugees, and people of color to our conference.
DISABILITY ACCESS Tell us what you need when you register and we will do everything we can to help. Please register by August 15th.
INTERPRETES/INTERPRETERS Si se necesita interpretacion, por favor, mande su registracion antes del 15 de agosto. If you need an interpreter, please register by August 15.
CHILDCARE On-site childcare is not available during the conference. You must make your own childcare arrangements. Please contact Linda Olsen by September 2nd if you need financial help to pay for childcare so that you can attend the conference. Contact Linda at (206) 389-2515 x205 (voice), (206) 389-2900 (TTY), or email@example.com.
PHOTOGRAPHY Please note: parts of our conference may be filmed and pictures of participants may be taken.
BOOKSTORE Elliott Bay Bookstore will once again be joining us in Yakima with a scintillating selection of new and classic titles. This is a win-win arrangement. A percent of each purchase goes to support the Coalition – and you get to read great books.
LODGING You are responsible for your lodging. Mention “The Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence” to get discounted rates at the following hotels:
|Red Lion Yakima Center||on-site||
|Holiday Inn, 802 E Yakima Avenue||across the street