Title: ACURIL XXXVII : Closing ceremony
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Title: ACURIL XXXVII : Closing ceremony
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries
Publisher: Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries
Publication Date: 2007
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Subject: Caribbean   ( lcsh )
Association of Caribbean University, Research and Institutional Libraries (San Juan, Puerto Rico : June 3-9, 2007)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- Puerto Rico -- San Juan -- Caribbean
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Bibliographic ID: UF00075515
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Closing Ceremony



Equal Access to Information and Knowledge
in the Caribbean: An Inalienable Right for All


Thirty Seventh Annual Conference
of the Association of
Caribbean University, Research
and Institutional Libraries






InterContinental San Juan Resort & Casino
June 3, 2007







Closing Ceremony


IPRO M. AA A P GAM


Call to Order. Llamada al Orden.
Ouverture de la C6r6monie
Mrs. Oneida R. Ortiz
Master of Ceremonies. Maestra de Ceremonias. MaTtresse des Ceremonies

Opening Remarks. Palabras de Apertura.
Mots d'Ouverture
Mrs. Oneida R. Ortiz
Executive Director. Director Ejecutiva. Directrice Executive

Conference Farewell Remarks.
Palabras de Despedida de la Conferencia.
Allocution de ClIture de la Conference
Prof. Maria de los Angeles Zavala
President, ACURIL Puerto Rico Chapter

Special Message from ACURIL President. Mensaje Especial
del Presidente. Message Special du President d'ACURIL 2006-2007
Prof. Pedro Padilla-Rosa

Handover of Presidency and Tokens of Gratitude.
Traspaso de la Presidencia y Muestras de Gratitud.
Passation de la Presidence et Temoignages de Reconnaissance.
Prof. Pedro Padilla-Rosa, Outgoing ACURIL President.
President Saliente. President Sortant d'ACURIL
Mrs. Adelle Merritt Bernard, Incoming ACURIL President.
President Entrante. La Nouvelle Presideente d'ACURIL.
Message of Acceptance. Mensaje de Aceptaci6n.
Allocution d'Aceptation
Mrs. Adelle Merritt Bernard
ACURIL President. President de ACURIL
President d'ACURIL 2007-2008


Installation and Certification of New ACURIL
Executive Council Members.
Instalaci6n y Certificaci6n de los Nuevos Integrantes del
Consejo Ejecutivo de ACURIL
Installation et Investiture des Nouveaux Membres du
Conseil Ex6cutif d'ACURIL
Mrs. Oneida R. Ortiz
Executive Director. Director Ejecutiva.
Directrice Executive
Mrs. Adelle Merritt Bernard
ACURIL President. President de ACURIL.
Pr6sidente d'ACURIL 2007-2008

Acurilean Evening of Awards.
Noche Acurileana de Distinciones.
Soiree de la Remise des Prix d'ACURIL 2007
Presented by. Presentaci6n por. Presentation par
Dr. Luisa Vigo-Cepeda, Prof. Pedro Padilla-Rosa
Mrs. Oneida R. Ortiz

Vote of Thanks. Votos de Agradecimiento.
Discours de Remerciements.
Mme. Bea Bazile
Vice-President/President Elect. Vice-Presidenta/Presidenta Electa.
Vice-Presidente/Presidente D6signee 2007-2008

Closing of the Ceremony. Clausura de la Ceremonia.
ClIture de la C6r6monie
Mrs. Oneida R. Ortiz
Executive Director. Director Ejecutiva.
Directrice Executive.


Unity within Diversity
Unidad dentro de la Diversidad
L'Unitd dans la Diversitd










Thank you!

ACURIL XXXVII Puerto Rico's Organizing Committee,
the President and the Executive Council of ACURIL
wish to express their appreciation to the sponsors,
donors, exhibitors and friends for their
generous support of the XXXVII ACURIL Conference.



























OUR LOGO
Raices (Roots) is a large bronze fountain sculpted in 1992
by the Spanish artist Luis Sanguino.
The construction of the allegoric group started in november 1991 and ended May 30,
1992. The sculpture was inaugurated at La Princesa Promenade, in Old San Juan,
to commemorate the 500 years of the discovery of America.
It depicts the Amerindian, African, and Spanish origins of Puerto Rico as
human figures, with dolphins cavorting at their feet. The 19th-century promenade
was an esplanade where the Spanish colonial gentry once strolled
while enjoying the balmy Caribbean air.
The photograph was taken by artist Edgar Jim6nez-Ferrer,
University of Puerto Rico Library System, Rio Piedras Campus,
for ACURIL XXXVII PUERTO RICO.




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