Annual  Native American Recreation Education Conference

August 24-28, 1999    Indianapolis, IN

Conference Registration  --  Misc. Conference Information

Presented by the
American Recreation Resource and Education Center, Inc (ARREC)

Leaders and Department Directors are Invited to Attend.

Agenda Highlights

The conference will tee-off with the Circle of Hope Golf Classic (COH), an annual fund-raising event for ARREC and the NARSI programs.  Proceeds from the tournament will support the current NAREC and NARSI programs.     The Fort Golf Course in Indianapolis is the site for this yearís tournament.  The course is located just minutes from the hotel at the Fort Harrison State Park.

Conference registration begins Wednesday, August 25, 7:30 a.m. at the Omni Indianapolis North Hotel.  The first day includes a Panel Presentation,  Roundtable Discussions, and a Question and Answer session.

The NARSI youth coach class (NAYRSC), a requirement for attendance at the Basketball Youth Coach Clinic is Thursday, August 26.  The clinic is early Friday morning at the Boys and Girls Club in Greenfield, IN.  It will be followed by an East Meets West Coed Basketball Game among the clinic participant,.
 plus a picnic and a "pick-up" lacrosse game including all the conference attendees.

 The Saturday, August 28 agenda is a class which many individuals requested:  Grant Writing.

Plan on participating in the 1999 Conference.  Many individuals have commented on the useful knowledge gained by attending the annual event.  Feel free to call the ARREC office for contact information about some one who experienced the classes, clinics, and the sharing of ideas at a previous conference.

Conference Instructors and Panelists

Confirmations from several of the instructors and panel members are arriving daily.  Back by popular demand is Billy Keller, a Purdue University All American, first Nasmith award winner, and a member of the  ABA Indiana Pacer Championship Team.  Billy conducted the Basketball Youth Sport Coach Clinic in Connecticut in 1997.  He received fantastic reviews and there has been numerous requests for a repeat of his clinic.  The Honorary Coaches for the game that follows will be quite a surprise!

Several panel members have confirmed.  They include Bruce W. Montey, Sr., Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation; Bo Young, Seminole Tribe of Florida; Jody McCloud, Reno-Sparks Indian Community; and, Judy Fulwilder, Gila River Indian Community.  Several other panelists have also been ask to participate, however, confirmation has not yet been received.

Rebecca V. Martin (Acoma), ARREC Board of Advisors,  will conduct the Grant Writing class.  She has had several years of successfully securing funding.

Several past NARSI attendees have been asked to "student teach" during a special segment of the NAYRSC class.  They will share how they developed their departments; what worked and what did not succeed; and, the ways in which they have been able to implement the information they learned by participating in  NARSIís NAYRSC and NAYRSA curriculums.   This is all part of the concept of exchanging ideas, sharing knowledge, and networking.

Registration Deadline:  August 6th, 1999
Limited Seating - Register Early!
Headquarters Hotel: 
Omni Indianapolis North Hotel
Ask about the Special Rate for ARREC/NARSI
Reservation Deadline:  August 6th, 1999

Call, Fax, or E-mail a Friend about the '99 Conference
We Welcome Youth Sports Leaders From Canada and Mexico to Attend.

For further information call (317) 604-1649
or e-mail to

Misc. Conference Information

ARREC More Info by Email? NARSI Conference '99
Circle of Hope Golf Tournament Circle of Hope Registration Form Conference '98 Conference Registration Forms

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