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CONVENTIONS

June 06, 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.

* June 6-7 International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Meg Statz. Expected attendance: 3,500.

* June 6-9 Society for Experimental Mechanics, Stouffer Harborplace Hotel. Contact: Katherine Ramsey. Expected attendance: 350.

* June 10-15 Diamond Comic Distributors, national trade show. Contact: Sammi Cohen, 1966 Greenspring Drive, Suite 300, Timonium, Md. 21093. Expected attendance: 2,000.

* June 12-16 National Association of Insurance Commissioners semiannual convention, Hyatt Regency. Contact: Mariam Hennosy, 120 W. 12th Street, Kansas City, Mo. 64105-1917. Expected attendance: 2,000.

* June 17-23 Volunteers of America national convention, Baltimore Marriott. Contact: Debbie Boehm, 2809 Boston Street, Baltimore,

Md. 21224. Expected attendance: 300.

WASHINGTON

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

* June 6-8 Regional Airlines Association, Washington Hilton. Contact: Joan Hoskinson (202) 857-1151. Attendance: 800.

* June 6-11 Council on Governmental Relations, Washington Marriott. Contact: Anne Taylor (202) 331-1803. Estimated attendance: 225.

* June 7-9 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, convention and exhibit, Washington Convention Center. Contact: Col. L. D. Pierce (703) 631-6100. Estimated attendance: 15,000.

* June 7-9 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service labor management conference, Omni Shoreham. Contact: Peter Regner (202) 653-5320. Estimated attendance: 1,500.

* June 11-15 American Health Care Association legislative conference, Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill. Contact: Dave Long (202) 833-2050. Attendees: 500.

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