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You may make your reservations starting at 8:00 AM on Monday, January 5, 2015, for the American Baptist Association in Springfield, IL. The meeting will be June 22-25, 2015. There are 3 meetings on Monday night, June 22. The Springfield Hilton Hotel and President Abraham Lincoln Doubletree Hotel will serve as co-headquarter hotels. I have listed the schedule of events that it might help you to decide which hotel you choose to stay. Both are beautiful hotels and have been renovated since we were there in 2005. Some of the meal functions will be in the Hilton and some in the Abraham Lincoln Doubletree. The same with some of the meetings on Monday and Tuesday. The Messenger Assembly and Exhibits will be held in the main hall of the Prairie Capital Convention Center. The Springfield Hilton Hotel is across the street from the Center and the President Abraham Lincoln Doubletree has a underground tunnel walkway to the Center. This will make both hotels the same distance to the Center.

Rates are Springfield Hilton (1-800-445-8667) $99.00 plus tax. 1 parking pass for self parking per room is complimentary. President Abraham Lincoln Doubletree Hotel (1-866-788-1860) $94.00 plus tax and self parking is $7.00 per day and does not allow in and our privileges. Each room reserved will be charged one night deposit at the time of booking plus tax that is nonrefundable. To receive the ABA special rate there is a 3 night minimum. Both hotels offer complimentary airport shuttle and free internet.

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I look forward to seeing you in Springfield, IL.
Edgar N. (Eddie) Suttton
Director of Meeting Arrangements
American Baptist Association
PO Box 1240
Alexander, AR 72002-1240


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("A motion and second was made that any church which does not represent for two consecutive years not be listed in the
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include by letter or messenger. The motion carried." 2004 Yearbook, page 48.)