GCA Annual Meeting – Sept. 8-10, 2017

by jpschwartz on July 10, 2017

All Greater Carolinas New Warriors are invited to participate in our Annual Meeting. It’s a great chance to rub shoulders with the leadership of our MKP Area and to learn, grow and have a voice in your area MKP.

Location: Bethelwoods Camp and Conference Center​, 922 W Mt Gallant Road, York, SC 29745

I-Group Reps are urged to attend because 1) it’s part of the job description, and 2) they are entitled to vote on official business. There will be special programming aimed at nurturing I-Groups, and Reps will hold a “hot-seat” for a new I-Group Coordinator.

The total cost of the event is approximately $150 per man. Includes lodging and meals from Friday dinner to Sunday lunch. Pay a $50 deposit, then, when the meeting is over, whatever you are moved and able to pay for the balance (see Co-Creative Contribution Process).

What to bring: Sleeping bag or sheets for bunk beds, pillow, towel, toiletries, water bottle, coffee cup, notebook, talisman and pen.

Please fill in the form below.

GCA Annual Meeting – Sept. 8-10

After you submit your registration, your screen will go to a page where you may pay the deposit by credit card or check. If you need special payment arrangements, someone will call you.



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