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Other TitlesChicago: The ALMACA Annual Meeting October 4-7, 1987
Letter from ALMACA President Gary Atkins to Carvel Taylor, October 23, 1987
Certificate of Appreciation from ALMACA to Carvel Taylor
DescriptionThis is a partial copy of the program for the 16th Annual ALMACA Meeting held in Chicago from October 4-7, 1987, highlighting the participation of the Public Relations Committee co-chairperson and panelist Carvel Taylor.
Included also is a Letter from ALMACA President Gary Atkins, dated October 23, 1987 to Carvel Taylor congratulating him on the success of the conference.
Finally there is a copy of a Certificate of Appreciation from ALMACA to Carvel Taylor.
Association of Labor-Management Administrators and Consultants on Alcoholism (U.S.)
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