Kansas City in 2006
Bid to host the 64th World Science Fiction Convention
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Our Bid Committee consists of fans both from the midwest and throughout the country with experience working local and regional conventions, as well as Worldcon. Our local group hosted the 1997 Nebula Awards Weekend (which went over so well we did it again in 2002). Our annual convention, ConQuesT now is in its fourth decade), is renowned as one of the finest (and most fun) cons in the midwest. And members of our committee are also part of the group hosting the 2003 World Horror Convention in Kansas City.

Bid Chair - Margene Bahm

Tina Black, Carol Doms, Mark Ford, Tim Frayser, Gordon Garb, Martin Hoare (U.K./European Agent), Mary Kay Kare (West Coast Agent), Tim Keltner, Jim Knappenberger (Attorney), Kerri Knorr, Lee Martindale (Ambassador to Texas), David Means, Marisa Means, Bobbie Meserole, Tom Meserole, James J. Murray (Minster of Words on Paper), Paula Helm Murray (Database Goddess), Inger Myers, Joe Myers, Parris McBride, Jeff Orth (Minister without Portfolio), Darice Schirber-Poovey (Treasurer),  Ted Poovey, Susan Satterfield (Registered Agent), David Sooby, Marshall Willis

Special Friends of the Bid

Pat Cadigan (The Woman Who Invented Kansas City), Dennis Doms (Voice of Reason/Evil Hand), Keith Stokes (Web Site Designer)

Kansas City 2006

Service Mark Notice : "World Science Fiction Society", "WSFS", "World Science
Fiction Convention", "Worldcon", "NASFiC" and "Hugo Award" are registered
service marks of the World Science Fiction Society, an unincorporated literary