The ICAS Youth Excellence Program

Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc.

August 22, 2003

An Educational Trip to Harrisburg, PA
August 22, 2003 Friday 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM

Opening Young Minds


8: 30AM LV Blue Bell Kohl parking lot (route 202 x route 73)
10: 30AM AR Harrisburg
11: 00AM PA Department of Community and Economic Development
(briefing by Robin L Fisher, Director, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East)
12: 00NN Lunch (Strawberry Center)
1: 30PM Governor’s Office of General Counsel
(briefing by Nora Winkelman, Executive Deputy General Counsel for Legislative Affairs
and Eileen K Flinn, Assistant General Counsel)
3: 00PM The Capitol tour: The Rotunda, The Senate Chamber, The House Chamber, The Supreme Court
4: 00PM Office of Senator Allyson Y Schwartz
(briefing by Marilyn C Zilli, Chief of Staff and Counsel)
4: 15PM Office of the Governor & The Governor’s Reception Room:
Meet Governor Ed Rendell
"Stolen from the Desk of Governor Rendell"
5: 00PM LV Harrisburg
7: 00PM AR Blue Bell Kohl parking lot
7: 30PM Dinner Korea Garden

Guide: Sang Joo Kim, Volunteer

Acknowledgement: CAMC (Council for America My Country), HanaTour Travel Inc, ICAS Liberty Golf Classic Invitational, ICAS Youth Excellence Program, SK Enterprises International Inc, Sports Connection Inc

veritas vos liberabit

Sang Joo Kim
Sr Fellow & Executive Vice President
Institute for Corean-American Studies, Inc. (ICAS )
965 Clover Court
Blue Bell, PA 19422

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