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CONVENTIONS

January 24, 1994

BALTIMORE

For more Baltimore convention information, call the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association at (410) 659-7300 within Maryland or (800) 343-3468 outside Maryland.

* Jan. 29-Feb. 6: 40th Annual Chesapeake Bay Boat Show will open at 11 a.m. weekends and at 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Baltimore Convention Center. The show will close at 9 p.m. nightly through Feb. 5. Adult admission is $7, under age 12, $3.

WASHINGTON

For more Washington-area convention information, call the Washington, D.C. Convention and Visitors Association at (202) 789-7000.

* Jan. 24-27: Bio-East Conference and Exhibit, Omni-Shoreham Hotel. Contact: Irene Goding, (301) 652-3072. Attendance: 1,775.

* Jan. 24-27: ComNet '94 conference and exposition will open in the Washington Convention Center and D.C. Renaissance Grand Hyatt. More than 450 vendors will have productivity-enhancing tools on display and about 250 new products will be introduced. A wireless pavilion will feature the latest in cellular equipment and services, satellite phones, paging and messaging systems, portable computers and fax machines. For ticket or show information, call 1-800-225-8237.

* Jan. 24-28: Institute of Nuclear Materials Management, technical conference, Lowes L'Enfant Plaza. Contact: Barbara Scott (708) 480-90780. Expected attendance: 140.

* Jan. 25-27: Communication Network annual meeting, Grand Hyatt and the D.C. Convention Center. Contact: Robin Andreola (508) 879-6700. Estimated attendance: 30,000.

* Jan. 27-30: American Bar Association National Law Educational Leadership Seminar, Washington Court Hotel. Contact: Lynette Hayes-Thomas (312) 988-5718. Expected attendance: 175.

* Jan. 29-Feb. 3: American Institute of Architects, grass roots conference, Grand Hyatt Hotel. Contact: Pat Pickerall (202) 626-7398. Attendance: 600.

* Jan. 30-Feb. 2: American Hospital Association annual meeting, Washington Hilton. Contact: Robert Donovan, (312) 280-6000. Attendance: 3,000.

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