Thank you!

June 2010
Feliciter;2010, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p138
The article offers appreciation to the people whom the Canadian Library Association (CLA) would like to thank for the success of its conference program. They include the members of the co-chairmen of the program committee, division representatives, members of the local arrangement committee and conference photographers. These people include Melody C. Burton, Pam Ryan and Anne Carr.


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