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ICE Fair

More programs and a new name for ICE

  • March 14, 2014

By Carin Smith, Lawrence UniversityICE Committee Chair We have been busier than ever these past few months and I’m pleased to announce the following: More Programs Coming 2 (possibly 3) new Illinois College Exposition programs will be added to the 2104-2015…

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T-Shirt Exchange

  • March 25, 2013

The 2013 Mentorship Committee t-shirt exchange will take place following the District 214 ICE fair at the RAM Restaurant & Brewery in Schaumburg. Please bring school branded items to trade. High school and college professionals are welcome.

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Illinois College Expositions (ICE) Registration Fees Increasing

  • March 22, 2013

By Carin Smith, ICE/Calendar Committee ChairLawrence University The ICE/Calendar Committee has taken a thorough look at the ICE Budget and determined that a fee increase is appropriate, beginning with the 2013-2014 registration cycle. The revised registration fee schedule will be as…

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11 Illinois College Exposition Programs Remaining

  • January 25, 2013

Registration for the 11 remaining Illinois College Exposition programs is still available. Fondly known in Illinois, as ICE programs, these fairs serve Illinois students from throughout the state (as well as some students from the surrounding states of Indiana, Kentucky…

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President’s Update

  • November 14, 2010

Carin Smith, IACAC PresidentThe changes of fall surround us – amazing outdoor colors, crisp morning air, and shorter days. Tradition or change? Both, right? Certainly, here in the Midwest we know that we are experiencing a traditional fall – of change.

IACAC is experiencing the same, as it often does at this time of year. The new Executive Board is in place, Committee Chairs have been named and most have already been hard at work getting their committees and committee projects off the ground. We do this within the warmth of IACAC tradition and history. As IACAC President, it is incredibly rewarding to watch our 2010 Conference theme, Enhancing Tradition, Cultivating Change, continue to play out in the work we are doing.

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