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Second Annual Conference on Ancient America-October 6, 7, 8, 2006 Upper Michigan

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  • Susan English
    Below, I copied a file sent by AAAPF conference chair re: the upcoming October conference which will be held again north of Marquette, Michigan. The pasted
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      Below, I copied a file sent by AAAPF conference chair re: the
      upcoming October conference which will be held again north of
      Marquette, Michigan. The pasted file is a bit awkward, so please
      phone or email Judy Johnson to have file w/reservation forms and map
      sent directly to you.
      Susan
      _________________________________
      SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON ANCIENT AMERICA
      Sponsored by AAAPF/Ancient American Artifact Preservation Foundation

      ...'Where enquiring minds and varied evidence of ancient American
      visitation are pieced together creating a clearer picture of our
      true history'...

      October 6, 7, 8, 2006

      Bay Cliff Health Camp, Big Bay, Michigan, on Gorgeous bluff with
      Fabulous views of Lake Superior

      Registration Friday 12:00-3:30 PM, EST. Ends Sunday @ 4:00 PM.

      Friday- Reg. 1:00-3:30. Programs 3:30-5:00, Dinner 5:45-6:45,
      Programs 7:00-11:00 PM

      Sat- Bkfst 8:00-9:00 AM, Programs 9:15-12:30, Lunch 12:30-1:30,
      Programs 1:45-6:15 PM

      Sat. Dinner 6:30- 7:45, Programs 8:00-10:30, Drumming-Dancing 10:45-
      12:00

      Sunday- Bkfst 8:30-9:30, Networking 9:30-10, Programs 10:00-4:00 PM

      Thank you for your interest in this fine gathering of ancient
      American enthusiasts. New facilities at Bay Cliff house and feed up
      to 150 people for very reasonable rates, as well as provide beautiful
      auditorium room for speeches and presentations seating up to 225
      people. Anyone showing artifacts during Friday evening's program will
      be responsible for hosting (guarding) their own table. If they are
      speaking/presenting, a committee person will watch their display.

      Speakers and Topics to Date:

      Lee Pennington: The Serpent Fort- Solving the Mystery of Fort
      Mountain, Georgia

      David Richarde: The Holy Grail and How it Ties in with the Nova
      Scotia Early Americans

      Jay Wakefield: Megalithic Picture Writing 3200 BC- Early
      explorations of Atlantic

      Myron Paine: The Many Model-People in Ancient America from many
      places, at many times

      Jim Michael: The Decalogue Stone-Fact or Forgery

      Ida Jane Gallagher:
      Contact with Ancient America (from her book with Warren Dexter, by
      same title)

      William Smith: The Ohio Rock, Chapter Two- Navigation tools used by
      the Ancients

      Fred Rydholm: More old World Connections to the UP copper trade.
      Based on his book "Michigan Copper, the Untold Story."

      Frank Joseph: Topics to be announced

      David Hoffman: Ancient Waterways and their links to the Midwest from
      Ancient ports

      Wayne May: Updates on various cave discoveries

      Glenn DeVlaminck: Basic Archaeological Field Techniques to make
      amateurs credible

      Robert Wright: Oneness of Humanity/Human Migration out of Africa

      Scott Wolter: New Data on the Kensington and Spirit Pond Runestones
      ___________________
      We may have a few spots open for 15, 30 minute presentations. Please
      call for availability.

      Most on-site lodging is in a beautiful new building, with lovely
      natural wood walls, large stone fireplace in common lounge area. Some
      double rooms are in another building behind the main lodge. All beds
      are single. Fees include 2 nights lodging, 6 meals, and conference
      registration.

      Saturday night the indoor pool and sauna will be available for full
      registrants at no extra charge. Details/ breakdown of fees below.
      NOTICE: Bay Cliff is a non-smoking, no alcohol campus. Thank you for
      honoring the rules and protecting the well-being of the children who
      live here in the summer.

      FEES and Registration-

      Registration Fees: Please circle your registration level and note
      total paid below.

      You may like to bring your own soft bedding. Donated mixed bedding is
      on site.

      Level 1- Two nights lodging in double room onsite, 6 delicious meals,
      membership in AAAPF (2006-07), and all programs. $210 one person.
      $290 for two. (Only 13 doubles available)

      Level 2- Two nights lodging in camp-style bunk room onsite, 6 meals,
      AAAPF membership, all programs- $180 per person (Available: 5 rooms
      with 4 twin sized beds; 2 rooms with 6 twin sized beds

      These rooms are all served by large bathrooms with several showers
      and sinks- one for women, and one for men.

      Level 3- Conference, all 6 meals, AAAPF membership, (if you stay at
      local motel) - $130 per person

      Level 4- Registration for entire conf. with NO meals - $80

      Extra Dinner Tickets - $12 ea. Lunch Tickets - $10 ea. All 6
      Meals - $50 Sales Table $25

      Duplicate for your records.
      …………………………………………………………………………………………………………...
      Cut here to mail below portion. Save top portion for your own records.

      Level 1- Two nights lodging in double room onsite, 6 delicious meals,
      membership in AAAPF (2006-07), and all programs. $210 one person.
      $290 for two. (Only 13 doubles available)

      Level 2- Two nights lodging in camp-style bunk room onsite, 6 meals,
      AAAPF membership, all programs- $180 per person (Available: 5 rooms
      with 4 twin sized beds; 2 rooms with 6 twin sized beds

      These rooms are all served by large bathrooms with several showers
      and sinks- one for women, and one for men.

      Level 3- Conference, all 6 meals, AAAPF membership, (if you stay at
      local motel) - $130 per person

      Level 4- Registration for entire conf. with NO meals - $80

      Extra Dinner Tickets - $12 ea. Lunch Tickets - $10 ea. All 6
      Meals - $50 Sales Table $25

      Name(s)______________________________________________________________

      Address: ________________________________________
      City _________________________________
      State_____ ZIP _____________Phone ________________
      Email _____________________________

      Total enclosed $___________________________

      Please Send to:

      Judy M Johnson, Secretary AAAPF, Conf. Coordinator

      PO Box 216, Skandia MI 49885 Ph 906-942-7865
      ____________________________________________________
      Alternate Big Bay, Michigan Lodging

      Big Bay Motel, 96 Bensinger St., ph 906-345-9444 (close to
      conference)

      Big Bay Depot, 310 Depot Rd. ph 906-345-9350

      Big Bay Point Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast, on the shore of Lake
      Superior-ph 906-345-9957

      Picture Bay Motel, 3540 CR 550, ph 906-345-9820

      Little Tree Cabins, ph 906-345-9535

      Thunder Bay Inn, 400 Bensinger, phone 906-345-9376 (Closest to
      conference. Also has restaurant) Where parts of the film "Anatomy of
      a Murder" were shot. Nearby bar is where the actual murder took place.

      Perkins Park- for campsites and motor homes, on the shore of Lake
      Independence County Rd 550, PO Box 31, Big Bay, MI ph 906-345-9353

      Big Bay is about 30 miles north of Marquette. 45 miles north of "MQT"
      International Airport.

      Head straight north through town, turn left at bend, see sign for Bay
      Cliff Health Camp.

      Turn Right (north) follow road past new construction, across small
      bridge, and park where indicated. Walk in to second large building on
      right for registration, or to first large building on right
      if you are coming just for Friday night program.
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