Wednesday September 17, 2014 at 1:00 PM CDT
Saturday September 20, 2014 at 11:00 AM CDT

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Hotel Capital Park Atlanta 
450 Capitol Avenue, Atlanta
Atlanta, GA 30312

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Hal Roller 
U.S. Army Chaplain Corps Regimental Association 

2014 Army Chaplaincy Family Reunion

Join us for our 7th Biennial Chaplaincy Family Reunion. This event will allow members and nonmembers of the US Army Chaplain Corps Regimental Association and their family members and guests to enjoy a great time of fellowship.

First, make your room reservations

You must make your own reservation with the hotel  Call 1-404-591-2000 as soon as possible.   Rooms under contract are limited..  You must identify yourself as an attendee of the Group, “USACCRA Chaplains Reunion 2014” to receive our discount.  All reservations must be accompanied by a first night room deposit or guaranteed with a major credit card..   You will find information about the hotel on its website www.hotelcapitolpark.com. Where you can also download directions and a map.

Room Rate: For the nights of 17 through 20 September the double/single rate is $99 per night plus tax. Cut-off
: 18 August when all unused rooms are released. 

Cancellations. The hotel may charge for cancellations made after 72 hours before arrival date.

Second, Register For The Reunion

Click on the REGISTER NOW link below. Complete the 2014 Reunion Registration form.  If paying by check enclosed and send it to the address given on the Form before the cut-off date of 18 August.

Registration Fee: whether attending only the conference, dinners, or visiting for one day:
   - USACCRA Member, Spouse and Guests: $50 per person 
   - Non-Member, Spouse and Guests:$75 (Note, you may pay the member rate by completing Membership Application with your Reservation Form on www.chaplainregiment.com).Late Registration Fee: After 18 August, whether attending only the conference, dinners, or visiting for one day you may still attend by completing the registration form and paying at the Reunion sign-in table:
   - USACCRA Member, Spouse and Guests: $60 per person                                   
   - Non-Member Spouse and Guests: $85 per person 

Cancellation. Refund of total Registration Amount – less a 10% charge, will be given if received by USACCRA by 18 August 2014.

 Meals. There will be two dinner meals. Indicat your choices on the Registration Page:   Meal costs include taxes and service fees.

  • WEDNESDAY, 17 Sept: The Reunion Dinner Honoring the Chief of Chaplains.
    $55 each person. You have the choice of Chicken, Beef or Vegetarian plates.
  • FRIDAY, 19 Sept: The Regimental Association Dinner - $55 each person.
    You have the choice of Fish, Beef or Vegetarian plates.

Program of Activities

Arrangements for the Program Events have not been finalized at this time, here is our tentative schedule:

Wed 17 Sept

  • 1:00 PM - Registrations and Room Check-in (rooms available after 3:00 PM)
  • 1800-1900 – Chief of Chaplains’ Reception (Cash Bar)
  • 1900 – Dinner - Special Speaker General Peter Chiarelli.

General Chiarelli recently served as the Vice Chief of Staff, U.S. Army, where he was a tireless advocate for eliminating the stigma associated with Service Members and Veterans getting the help they need for the treatment of the invisible wounds of war. 

Since his retirement, he serves as the Chief Executive Officer of “One Mind for Research. One Mind for Research is an independent, non-profit organization bringing together health care providers, researchers, academics and the health care industry - on a global scale - to cure all brain disorders.

Thurs 18 Sept.  

  • 0830 – Worship
  • 0900 - Welcome, Opening Ceremonies
  • 0930 - State of the Regiment, Chief of Chaplains
  • 1030 – Presentation by Regimental Sergeant Major
  • 1130 – Care for the Caregiver Update   
  • 1230 - Afternoon and evening free.  Tour to the Georgia Aquarium

As the world’s largest aquarium, Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium in more than 10 million gallons of water. Through a path of more than sixty exhibits, the Aquarium tells a global water story, with features modeled after the greatest zoos and aquariums in the world. Each majestic exhibit is designed to inspire, entertain and educate.

Fri 19 Sept.

  • 0830 - Worship
  • 0900 - Free day.
  • 1830 - Regimental Dinner (Coat and Tie). Special Entertainer, Paul Aldrich. 

While working on his BA in Music Education at California State University, Fresno, Paul became a volunteer Young Life leader and began performing skits, leading songs, and using humor to help teach Biblical truths to teens. Over time, demand for Paul’s “funny music” expanded to people of all ages. He eventually began to travel throughout North America and around the globe.

Sat  20 Sept.

  • 0900 Worship
  •  Wrap-up
  • 1000 - Memorial Service
  • 1100 - Close