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Special Section: PVA Convention 2004

Reprinted from PN July 2004

Two articles introduce readers to this year's Convention CityAlbuquerque, N.M.and the candidates for PVA national office.

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The world's longest single-span aerial tramway rises to 10,378 ft. with an 11,000-square-mile panoramic view from the top of New Mexico's Sandia Peak.

All the host cities for Paralyzed Veterans of America conventions have at least one thing in common: They offer myriad attractions for everyone who attends. During PVA business meetings, delegates families find plenty to do. And, when not busy deciding PVAs future, even the delegates have been known to go out on the town. Albuquerque, N.M., site of this years PVA Convention (taking place July 2431), has one foot in the past, the other in the presentand both eyes on the future.Whether you're going to Albuquerque for the convention or just for a visit, "From Boots to Balloons" offers some tips about the sites you won't want to miss.

Whether forthright or laid-back, the 12 candidates for PVA national office are passionate about the organizations future."Speaking Up!" offers each the chance to state his qualifications and reasons for running.

 

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