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Lodging Information Updated06 May

The travel and lodging blog post has been updated with the hotel block information, and contact info for the homestay coordiantor. Click here to view the updates.

5 Responses to “Lodging Information Updated”

  1. daniel ziskin

    I am hoping to have a place to stay for Thurs/Fri/Sat night. A couch is OK. Can you let me know if this is possible?

    Peace,
    Daniel
    303-497-6469

  2. Cory Smith

    Greetings,

    My name is Cory Smith and I am looking for a home to stay in for the June conference. Any information you might have would be much appreciated. My contact info is cory_smith73@hotmail.com

    Sincerely,
    Cory Smith

  3. Marguerite

    Hello, I am looking for a place to stay from Wed, June 24 – Friday, June Quiet, nonsmoker, 55 yrs old. Would rather pay individual than motel. Would like private room (can be small) with private bath if possible. Please respond to Marguerite at: mdavid@jabacares.org or call: 434-760-1330. thank you.

  4. Stacey Jacobsohn

    I am looking for a place to stay during the conference. I’m very short, so a couch is fine!

  5. admin

    Hi, Stacey, and everyone else looking for a homestay! The best way to get “on the list” is to contact the homestay coordinator directly, at schumoe@yahoo.com. You can also join the conference Time Bank (http://community.timebanks.org/findtimebanks.php) so that you can offer Time Dollars to your hosts, and earn Time Dollars for helping out during the conference. thanks!

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