Thursday , June 4

IAAIS Conference 2009
Wednesday June 3
4:00 – 8:00 PM - Registration – Lobby of Hyatt Regency
5:00 – 8:00 PM - Board Meeting and Dinner – Mountaineer Room, 4th Floor
Thursday , June 4
8:00 AM - Registration opens – 4th Floor, in front of Keystone Room
9:30-11:30 AM - Early Bird Sessions (beginner and basic)
Mountaineer Room, 4th Floor
Panel discussion
Topics include Guidelines for Good Practice, getting the most out of
the Program Share, and the benefits of IAAIS Membership
Lunch on your own (Champs Restaurant in the hotel, many choices within walking
distance of the hotel, fast food or sit down)
1:00 PM – Hoosier Room, 4th Floor
Opening Session- Kim Walsh, President IAAIS
Welcome - Sharon Linde, Conference Host
Welcome – John Mitchell
Keynote Address – Mark Twain impersonator
2:00 PM - IAAIS General Business Session –introduction of Board and Attendees
3:30 or 4:00 PM - Tour of CABVI and WRRS followed by a uniquely Cincinnati dinner
at CABVI. Return to Hyatt around 8-9pm
Friday June 5
7:00 – 8:50 AM – Personal Safety/Self Defense program with Debbie and Mike
Gardner of the Survive Institute. This program includes muffins and coffee and is free
for Conference Attendees. It will also be offered to employees and volunteers of
CABVI/WRRS and employees of other downtown businesses for a small fee. Those
who choose not to attend this program can get breakfast from room service, Findlay’s
Restaurant on the 2nd floor, or any number of nearby downtown restaurants.
NOTE: Workshops will be held in rooms located on the 4th floor – Wolverine A,
Wolverine B, and Mountaineer)
9-10:15 AM - Workshops: How to Produce an Award Winning Program (panel
discussion – Mark DeWitt, Heather Lusignan, Virginia Sung, Margie Zebell), MP3 to
Podcast (Gary Puckett, Flypod), Volunteer Management-How to Recruit and Retain
Volunteers (led by Meghan Kaskoun, roundtable discussions)
10:15 AM - BREAK (refreshments and vendors in the Keystone Room)
10:30-11:45 AM - Workshops: Fundraising in Uncertain Times (Jim Yunker), MP3 to
Podcast (Gary Puckett, Flypod), Future of Print Media/Newspaper (Margaret
Buchanan, Cincinnati Enquirer)
Noon - LUNCH in the Hoosier Room
Guest Speaker, Thane Maynard, wildlife expert and Executive Director of
the Cincinnati Zoo
1:30-2:45 PM - General Session – Wolverine A&B:
Demonstration of Dice Electronics Digital Radio Receiver/Digital Radio and
Alternative Delivery Systems
2:45 PM - BREAK (refreshments and vendors in the Keystone Room)
3:00 - 4:15 PM – Workshops: Grant Writing 101 (TBD), Q&A Technology Panel for
questions and discussion relating to the general session, Renewing & Relaxing with
Yoga (Patsy Baughn)
Dinner on your own – or sign up for a group outing.
 Reds v Cubs - 7:10pm, $35 person, seats include all you can eat popcorn,
peanuts, hot dogs, chips, soda, water (limited seats, must pay for tickets in
 Argosy Casino - transportation to/from Argosy Casino in Lawrenceburg, IN.
$15 per person includes $5 coupon for food at the casino. Friday night
Seafood Buffet, $23.95/person includes all you can eat crab legs
 Shadowbox Cabaret, Newport on the Levee - Shadowbox, the sketch comedy
and rock ‘n’ roll club, delivers a high-energy mix of outrageous original sketch
comedy and live rock 'n' roll music every Thursday through Saturday yearround. The unique and often surprising entertainment experience is
complimented by a bistro-style menu and full bar which are available before the
show and at intermission, and are prepared and served by the performers in our
warehouse environment. $30 per person, 7:30 or 10:30pm show.
 A Chorus Line, Aronoff Center for the Arts - In an empty theatre, on a bare
stage, casting for a new Broadway musical is almost complete. For 17 dancers,
this audition is the chance of a lifetime. It's what they've worked for - with every
drop of sweat, every hour of training, every day of their lives. It's the one
opportunity to do what they've always dreamed -- to have the chance to dance.
Winner of nine Tony Awards, including 'Best Musical', and the Pulitzer Prize for
drama, this singular sensation is the longest-running American Broadway
musical ever. Ticket prices: $25 for upper balcony, $35 for lower balcony,
$61 for orchestra and mezzanine. 8:00pm, 2 hours.
Saturday June 6
7:30 AM - Vendor Breakfast in Hoosier A&B
9:00 - 10:15 AM – General Session – The PAIS Project – Wolverine A&B
10:15 AM - BREAK (refreshments and vendors in the Keystone Room)
10:30 - 11:45 AM - Workshops: Web Harvesting (Scot Mullins), Daisy and Other
Technology (Stuart Holland/Deborah Kendrick), Self-Improvement through
Visualization and Self-Hypnosis (Dr. Paula DiFlora, Ph.D.)
Noon - 1:30 PM - LUNCH in the Hoosier Room
Guest Speaker – Rich Apuzzo, Chief Meteorologist and Chief Operating
Officer of SkyeyeWeather LLC.
1:30 - 2:45 PM - Workshops: Volunteer Management-How to Train and Evaluate
Volunteers (Jennifer Nigro), Social Media/Networking (Kendra Ramirez), One-on-one
reflexology sessions with Dr. DiFlora - 5, 15-minute sessions will be awarded as door
2:45 PM BREAK (refreshments and vendors in the Keystone Room)
3:00 - 4:15PM – Workshops: So You Want to Host the IAAIS Conference? (Lori
Kesinger), Program Share – New Platform (Art Hadley), Share Your Agency Video
(Stuart Holland)
6:00 - 7:00PM - Presidents Reception (cocktails, appetizers, barbershop quartet)
7:00 - Midnight - Dinner, Awards Banquet, and dance with DJ/Karaoke