BVA Bulletin Spring 2014 Issue

 

Welcome to the online version of the Spring 2014 BVA Bulletin.An archive of previous issues is also available. For information or entries in issues prior to 2006, contact Stuart Nelson at BVA National Headquarters, 800-669-7079, Ext. 316. Please note that any contact details, including mailing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and websites may now be out of date.
The Reno Arch, an iconic landmark in the downtown area of the “World’s Biggest Little City,” will welcome attendees of the BVA 69th National Convention August 18-21. The historic arch, recently retrofitted with brighter lights, is minutes away from convention proceedings. A preview of this year’s gathering highlights this issue of the Bulletin. Photo courtesy of Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority.

The Reno Arch, an iconic landmark in the downtown area of the “World’s Biggest Little City,” will welcome attendees of the BVA 69th National Convention August 18-21. The historic arch, recently retrofitted with brighter lights, is minutes away from convention proceedings. A preview of this year’s gathering highlights this issue of the Bulletin. Photo courtesy of Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority.

In This Issue...


Legislative Update - by Glenn Minney

President’s Page - by Mark Cornell

BVA Braces for Reno Rendezvous - by Christina Hitchcock

Important Directives For 69th Gathering - by Brigitte Jones

BVA 69th National Convention Preliminary Schedule of Events

Hosting a BVA National Convention - by Dale Stamper

Project Gemini #4 Proves Big Hit

Around BVA

Auxiliary's View - by Darian Slayton Fleming

Of Note

From the Field Service Staff - by Ed Eckroth

In Remembrance

Final Thought