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    SCI Summit and Hall of Fame

    The National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA) and the SCI Summit
    Planning Committee, co-chaired by Tari Susan Hartman of EIN SOF
    Communications and Mark Johnson of the Shepherd Center in Atlanta,
    Georgia, cordially invite you to attend the SCI Summit 2005 : Facing
    Issues, Creating Solutionsâ„¢ May 9-11, 2005 at the Mayflower Hotel in
    Washington, D.C.

    This is a must attend event for leaders of the spinal
    cord injury community, including individuals with SCI, advocates and
    other experts in community living, health care and health promotion,
    rehabilitation, research, technology, product and service providers who
    hope to shape and impact SCI policy, service, and practice in the coming
    years. We are inviting you to a special pre-registration session because
    of your significant contributions in the field of spinal cord injury.

    SCI Summit 2005â„¢ has been designed to bring together 200 leaders to
    assess the state of SCI in key areas and begin to build a shared agenda.
    We sincerely hope you will join with us and that you register to do so
    at your earliest convenience. For more information about SCI Summit
    2005: Facing Issues, Creating Solutionsâ„¢ , see
    http://www.spinalcord.org/news.php?d...age=2&list=275.

    NSCIA is also launching the Spinal Cord Injury Hall of Fameâ„¢ on the
    evening of May 9, 2005 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing
    Arts. This event is co-sponsored by the Kennedy Center Accessibility
    Program. For information on the SCI Hall of Fameâ„¢ see SCI Hall of Fame. http://www.spinalcord.org/news.php?d...age=2&list=277
    Nominations for inductees to the SCI Hall of Fameâ„¢ must be received no later
    than 5 PM EST, February 23, 2005. To complete and submit the
    nomination form electronically, see
    http://www.spinalcord.org/forms/summit.php.

    The Summit and Hall of Fame are a collaborative effort being planned and
    led by a volunteer planning team with representation from many of the
    key stakeholder groups. The Summit and Hall of Fame are co-sponsored by
    the National Spinal Cord Injury Association (NSCIA), Medtronic
    Foundation, Acorda Therapeutics and the Christopher Reeve Paralysis
    Foundation. To read the initial press release on the SCI Summitâ„¢, see
    http://www.spinalcord.org/press/inde...ge=10&list=140. To
    view the SCI Summit 2005â„¢ program, see
    http://www.spinalcord.org/news.php?d...age=2&list=291.

    Natalie P. Shear Associates, inc. is managing registration and other
    event activities for both the SCI Summitâ„¢ and SCI Hall of Fameâ„¢. To
    register for either or both events, see
    http://www.nataliepshear.com/events/...t/register.cfm

    Your participation is important. We truly look forward to working with
    you at SCI Summit 2005 : Facing Issues, Creating Solutionsâ„¢ and
    celebrating with you at the Spinal Cord Injury Hall of Fameâ„¢ Gala

    Sincerely,


    Marcie Roth, CEO
    National Spinal Cord Injury Association

    Harley Thomas
    President
    Board of Directors
    National Spinal Cord Injury Association

    Tari Susan Hartman
    Co-Chair
    EinSof Communications

    Mark Johnson
    Co-Chair
    Shepherd Center
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