On a Fine Monday Morning...

Morning, everybody. Hope you all survived the weekend storms. Be sure to stop by the University Bookstore today and tomorrow to check out the annual sidewalk sale. I hear they are having some great deals, so don't miss out!
Luck of the Irish
Have you ever wanted to visit a land of green hills, stately castles, hospitable natives, and rollicking fun? Ever wanted to see if the “Luck of the Irish” might just rub off onto you? If so, join the UACCM Alumni and Friends Travel Program to explore all Ireland has to offer. The “Shades of Ireland” guided vacation tour is a once in a lifetime opportunity for participants and is scheduled for April 18 through 27, 2010. The tour is open to a limited number of participants from the community of all ages, and interested individuals need not be UACCM alumni members.
The 10-day tour, led by a professional tour guide provided by Collette Vacations, will begin with a stop in Kingscourt, Ireland for dinner in a historic castle followed by an overnight stay on the castle grounds. The following day will begin with a visit to Tullamore Dew Heritage Centre to learn about the making of Irish whiskey before visiting the fascinating monastic site of Clonmacnoise for a look at ancient cathedral ruins and the largest collection of early Christian grave slabs in Western Europe. Travelers will also make stops at the 700-foot-high Cliffs of Moher, one of the most beautiful coastal routes in the world known as the Ring of Kerry, famous Dublin, the renowned Waterford Crystal Factory, and many other exotic locations.
The tour package includes 13 meals throughout the trip, hotel transfers, airport shuttle from Morrilton to Little Rock, roundtrip airfare from Little Rock Regional Airport, cancellation waiver insurance, air taxes, fees, and surcharges.
A free, no obligation multimedia presentation detailing “Shades of Ireland” for any interested individuals will be held on Thursday, July 21 at 5:30 p.m. on campus. For more information and to RSVP for the trip preview, contact Kristi Strain at (501) 977-2085 or at strain@uaccm.edu.

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