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Oklacon 2006: March Newsletter

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Oklacon
Roman Nose State Park
Watonga, Oklahoma
October 27 - 29, 2006

GUESTS OF HONOR!
Oklacon is proud to announce it's 2006 Guests of Honor will be Goldenwolf and Lightfoot Kyohti. Goldenwolf has eagerly accepted our offer to join us in 2006 as one of our guests of honor! An accomplished and well-known artist in the fandom, Goldenwolf has steadily worked on her style and techniques to include other genres including fantasy, wildlife, and pagan/spiritual themes. Lightfoot Kyohti is a native Oklahoma artist with impressive skill, who also has a black belt in Spaghetti.

2006 THEME ANNOUNCED: RUFFIN' IT
Oklacon 2006’s theme is “Ruffin’ It”, a reflection of the nature of Oklacon, the United States’ only outdoor and most affordable convention. Hosted in scenic Roman Nose State Park, our family of loyal attendees returns every year for our refreshing change of pace from hotel cons. Our Art Director is hungry for your artwork and stories to include on our website or conbook. If you thought about visiting our family this year, or have submissions for our theme, please visit our site for details.

PREREG CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED!
Jared Fox is the winner of the first drawing for our preregistration contest! For a limited time, every two to three weeks the Art Director is drawing names of preregistered and prepaid attendees for Oklacon 2006 to win prizes including free conbadge commissions, commemorative Oklacon t-shirts, and other goodies. Visit www.oklacon.com to preregister for Oklacon 2006 for your chance to win!

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