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Going to MLA in Boston? Win a Free Lunch from Midwest Chapter!

Passing this along from the Midwest Chapter/MLA Awards and Scholarships committee - if you're attending MLA in Boston, I highly recommend you apply for this Free Lunch award. It's a very easy application (a paragraph or two) and the Chapter Sharing Roundtables are a great experience. The deadline is March 27th, so apply now!

The Midwest Chapter/MLA's 2013 "Free Lunch Award" is open for applications! It's super easy to apply for this award, and who doesn't love free lunch? Don't wait! Apply today!

The official name of the lunch is the Chapter Council Presents Sharing Roundtables Luncheon, which will be held during the Medical Library Association Meeting in Boston, Massachusetts on Sunday, May 5th. See http://midwestmla.org/committees/awards/ for information and application instructions. The deadline for applications is March 27, 2013.

The Roundtable is not just a lunch, but a great learning and networking opportunity as well. You can select one of 24 topics and participate in an informal and lively discussion at your lunch table. The list of topics is located on page 8 of the MLA Meeting Preliminary
Program (http://www.mlanet.org/am/am2013/pdf/mla13_preliminaryprogram.pdf).
Additional information on each topic is available on Chapter Council website: http://www.chaptercouncil.mlanet.org/roundtables/index.html.

*Applicants must be Midwest Chapter/MLA Members. Not a member? Go here to join:http://midwestmla.org/membership/
*Applicants must be attending the MLA Annual Meeting in Boston AND pre-register for the Chapter Council Roundtables. (There are no on-site registrations allowed).
*Tickets are $42 and must be pre-paid by the applicant.
*The two winners will be reimbursed $42 each after the meeting.

Applications must include:
*Name, work or home address and email address or phone number.
*The specific roundtable that was selected.
*A paragraph or two describing "Why I Deserve a Free Lunch."

Creativity and conciseness are encouraged! Entries are judged on humor, pathos and/or neediness.

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