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Southeast Fiber Forum Association, Inc.
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Fiber Forum 2007

Harmony of Fibers

FEES, CONFIRMATIONS, and ACCOMODATIONS

FEES:

Before February 1, 2007: $150.00
After February 1, 2007: no refunds

Fee of $150 Includes box lunch Sat., Friday night event, 1 1/2 day workshop and vendor marketplace. It does not include other meals or accomodations. You must be a member of the Southeast Fiber Forum Association to attend Fiber Forum 2007. A lifetime membership is $5.00 (not included in registration fee).

Guest passes to any combination of evening events and activities (excluding workshops) are available.


CONFIRMATION

Confirmation of workshop assignments and information regarding supply lists and material fees will be sent before the end of February, 2007.


ACCOMMODATONS

The Inn

Montgomery Bell Park Inn attendees need to use the following code for us to get credit: 3256. The Inn, Conference Center and restaurant overlook the lovely Lake Acorn. Amenities include cable television, year-round indoor pool, jacuzzi, and outdoor pool (seasonal), exercise room and laundry facilities. The Inn has 120 rooms and 5 suites with every room having a view of the lake.

Restaurant

The restaurant at Montgomery Bell is part of the Inn and Conference Center. The restaurant seats up to 190 people and has a picturesque view of Lake Acorn.
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 7am-10am
Lunch: 11am-2pm
Dinner: 5pm-8pm
Dinner on Fri. and Sat.: 5pm-9pm
Seafood Buffet on Friday nights; Steak Buffet on Saturday nights.

Camping

Campgrounds provide both 30 and 50 amp. electric service and can accommodate 32 ft. campers on most electrical sites. Campground can accommodate needs from pop-up campers to the largest RV's.
There are 2 pull-through campsites that are accessible to persons with a disability.
There is a creek that runs beside the campground with some sites being located along the creek bank.
There are three bathhouses located in the campground, two are accessible to persons with a disability. Picnic tables and grills are available at campsites.
Back country camping is allowed with a back country camping permit. For more information on how to obtain this permit contact the park office.

Directions

I-40 West from Nashville, to Exit 182 (Fairview/Dickson Hwy. 96 Exit). Turn left (West) onto Highway 96. Stay on Highway 96 until it deadends at Highway 70. Turn right (East) on Highway 70, off-ramp provided. Stay on Highway 70 approximately 3 miles. Park entrance is on the right.

From Memphis (I-40):Take I-40 East to Exit 182 (Fairview/Dickson Hwy. 96 Exit). Turn right (West) onto Highway 96. Stay on Highway 96 until it deadends at Highway 70. Turn right (East) on Highway 70, off-ramp provided. Stay on Highway 70 approximately 3 miles. Park entrance is on the right.

For further information, e-mail Elaine Aldous and Debby Wineman at fiberforum2007@yahoo.com

Or E-mail to: sffa@main.nc.us
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