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SOLD OUT - Jefferson City, Missouri - February 17, 2004
This program is sponsored by MPACT and will be held at the
S. Truman Building
For more information, please contact:
Registration Fees: One Parent $65, Both Parents $95 (one set of books), School Personnel, Therapist, Service Provider, Other Agency Professionals $95, Attorney (CLEs Provided) $120, Parent & Professional attending together (two sets of books) $130.00.
7.2 CLE Credits have been approved for this program.
Lunch will be on your own. Below is a list of nearby restaurants.
- 216 Madison 573-634-2988 - 3 blocks
Jefferson City Airport is 5 miles from the Truman Building , 500 Airport Rd. 573-636-5118, for more information
listed below have been booked at special rates.
Parking will be available in close proximity of Truman Building-Walking Distance. A Shuttle Lot is located on Industrial - Off Hwy 50, one block off of Dix across from "US Rents It" next to MVE corrections has a shuttle bus to Truman Building. A parking garage is at 200 Madison, it is three blocks from the Truman Building .50¢ an hour for the first 2 hours 1.00 an hour for each hour after that with a $6 maximum for the day.
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