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  1. Carol Burridge

    CAT Reunion 2018

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    Our reunion this year will be held from October 4-7, 2018 in celebration of our Chairman Felix Smith’s 100th Birthday in his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin! Logged in members can view more information in our most recent Bulletin CAT BULLETINS. We will post, email and/or mail Registration Forms and further details as soon as they are available. Save the dates and come join the fun!
  2. Carol Burridge

    Delayed Bulletin – Las Vegas Reunion Photos – Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! CAT Members: The Holiday rush and unforeseen circumstances have delayed the release of the Bulletin until the end of January. Meanwhile, please log in to our website and enjoy photos from the fabulous Las Vegas Reunion posted in the CAT GALLERIES (www.catassociation.org/members/cat-galleries).  Note: you must be logged in to view these restricted pages.  If you have any issues, contact Carol at [email protected]
  3. Carol Burridge

    We’re going to Las Vegas!

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    CAT Reunion 2015 ~ October 21-25 in Las Vegas! We are excited to announce Harrah’s Resort, Las Vegas as our reunion venue for 2015. The Reunion committee has worked hard to find a hotel that meets all of our needs, and we think you will be thrilled with Harrah’s Resort, Las Vegas! Harrah’s is right at the heart of the most fabulous city on earth! The resort includes more than 2,500 beautiful guestrooms and suites, 86,664 square feet of casino space, seven outstanding restaurants, a sparkling outdoor swimming pool, a luxurious spa, state-of-the-art health club, a unique variety of retail options and, of course, the entertainment you would expect from a Vegas resort destination such as Harrah’s. The guestrooms, the CAT Hospitality Suite, and the Hotel’s many restaurants, amenities, and entertainment are all located close to each other and are easy to navigate. It’s going to be a reunion to remember, and we sincerely hope you can join us! For inspiration and more information, click: CAT Reunion at Harrah’s to view a flyer (in pdf format) that Lloyd Coleman put together to tell you more about his go-to resort in Vegas! You can also click on the Las Vegas photo above to go directly to the homepage of Harrah’s website. Please make your hotel reservations as soon as possible! IMPORTANT NOTE: It is best to reserve your CAT blocked room(s) via direct reservation web link: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SHCIV5, since there is a $15 booking fee added to reservations made by telephone (888-458-8471)....

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