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From Lemons to Locomotives & Beyond

A History of the South Bay
39th Annual History Conference March 5-6

By Helen Halmay

Start making plans now to attend the Congress of History's next History Conference, to be held Friday, March 5, and Saturday, March 6, 2004, at the Norman Park Center, 270 F Street, Chula Vista. The two-day conference will feature speakers from a number of fields covering historic South San Diego County.

Both organizational and booksellers' displays will be offered in the same room as the speakers. Conference hours both days will be from 9:30am to 4pm. A lunch break will be provided both days for a no-host lunch at a choice of restaurants within easy walking distance along historic Third Avenue in Chula Vista. Annual Awards will be presented before lunch on Saturday.

This will be our 39th Annual History Conference, according to Congress President Richard Hann. "We are so pleased that the South Bay is getting the historical recognition it deserves," he said. "A big thanks to the Chula Vista Heritage Museum Society which is co-sponsoring this conference."

Plan to attend this conference and register now. Tickets for the two day conference are $20 per person and only $15 for students in middle school and high school only. Students must pre-register. Adults may pre-register or pay at the door. Call Helen Halmay for details at (619) 469-7283.

2004 - Volume 35, Issue 1


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