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Trust for the Future

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1. Objective IX: The Educational Plan and the implementation of it.

All of the activities previously described form the foundation for the educational plan and its implementation. As key parts of the puzzle fall into place, the plan will develop over the acxt year. Our intent is to examine many models currently in use and to select the most workable one--or to create a completely new model using the best features of several.

Beginning in early 1986, ve vill bring the issue to the national spotlight. The planned conference may well kick-off his educational effort. Selected larget groups will include:

All forms of mass media
Administrative leadership
Legislative leadership
A wide range of interest groups with special attention to:
1. The financial community
2. The natural resources community

As these groups are touched, the electorate will become aware through numerous channels of communication. Although it is clear that we must make the issue a popular. pervasive theme in American culture. doia g so will not be easy. At first glance, the concept of a National Natural Assels Trust Fuad seems complicated. How to condense the idea into a three-word bumper sticker, or a logo on a T-Shirt is yet to be determined. Our approach will be open-ended, and all possibilities will be analyzed and tested.

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COWGIESSIONAL COMUNICATION
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1. TELEPHONE
1. TENT
1. SUPPLIES
6. POSTAGE
1. DUPLICATIES
I. POGGIA PRODUCTION COSTS

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1985 RATE SCHEDULE
TENNESSEE DIVISION OF PARKS AND RECREATION

INN RATES
APRIL 1, 1985 THROUGH OCTOBER 31, 1985

NOVEMBER 1, 1985 THROUGH MARCH 31, 1986
Single Double Suites
Fall Creek Falls

32.00
44.00
90.00
Single or Double

28.00
.Henry Horton
32.00 44.00 60.00
Single or Double

28.00
Montgomery Bell 27-30

35-38
55.00
Single or Double

26.00 Natchez Trace Modified American Plan: Room plus

Will operate on demand basis. Food service two meals- $40 first person:

will be available.
$15 for each additional person.

Room, $35 for first person; $15, each additional person.
Paris Landing

32.00
44.00
90.00
Single or Double

28.00 Pickwick Landing 32.00 44.00

90.00
Single or Double

28.00
Reelfoot Lake
27.00 38.00* 55.00

Same rates as April through October.
*Special Double Rates-$32 Sunday

through Thursday nights.
Each additional person in room 12 years and older $6.00

Each additional person in room 12 years and older $5.00
CABIN RATES (YEAR-ROUND)

GROUP CAMP
Effective April 1985 to April 1986

Camps at Meeman-Shelby, Pinson Mounds, and Picket
DAILY
DAILY WEEKLY (per person per night)

2.50
Friday & Saturday Sunday -Thursday
All other Group Camps (per person per night)

1.50
TYPE AAA

55.00
42.50

275.00 For summer camp information, contact division headquarters TYPE AA

42.50 32.50

215.00 in Nashville. Phone: 615-742-6673, or contact the park of TYPE А

25.00 22.00

130.00 Fall Creek Falls 60.00

47.50
310.00

CAMPSITES
RESERVATION POLICIES

Effective January 1, 1985

(tax is included in these rates)
Priority is given to requests for weekly cabin reservations dur-
ing the period from Memorial Day through Labor Day. If

TYPE A
2 people per night

7.75 TYPE B

5.50 cabins are available within two weeks prior to requested

2 people per night arrival date, reservations may be made for a period of less than

TYPE C 2 people per night

2.25

.50 one week. Discounts for Senior Citizens (62 yrs. of age

Each additional person 7 years and over
available upon request.

Maximum consecutive stay from May 1, 1985 to October 31,
A $5 surcharge is added for one night cabin rental visits.

1985 in any campsite is two (2) weeks.
A deposit equal to the first night's rate is required within four-

Off-season rates are available at some campgrounds.
, teen (14) days from date of reservation request. Reservations

TO MAKE CABIN AND INN RESERVATIONS
'may be guaranteed with cash, personal check, money order, or

CALL TOLL FREE
American Express Credit Card. Deposits will be refunded if
accommodations are not available or if reservation cancella-

1-800-421-6683

ALL RATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE
tion is received by the park ONE WEEK prior to scheduled
arrival date. A $5.00 service charge per room reservation will
- be assessed for refunding deposits.

Tennessee Department of Conservation
Authorization No. 327040 (Feb. 1985), 20,000 copies.
This public document was promulgated at a cost of 2.3€

STATE PARKS per copy.

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NO DISCOUNTS ON CABINET

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SWIMMING (tax is included in these rates)
All Swimming Beaches

1.25
B.T. Washington & T.O. Fuller

1.25
All other Park Pools

1.75
FISHING (tax is included in these rates)
Daily Fishing Permit

1.25
Annual Fishing Permit (Jan. 1-Dec. 31)

20.00
Natchez Trace Pin Oak Lake Annual-Use Permit 6.50
BOATS
Boat rentals are available at most parks. Fees vary ac-
cording to type of boat. Weekly boat rentals are
available for cabin and inn guests.
REELFOOT LAKE EAGLE WATCH
Tour Bus
Per Person

0.50
WE HONOR VISA, MASTERCARD, & AMERICAN EXPRESS

GOLF GREEN FEES

(tax is included in these rates) Holidays and Weekends At all courses

18 Holes

9 Holes
Weekdays
At Resort Courses Unlimited Play

9 Holes
Old Stone Fort; T.O. Fuller, and
Warriors' Path Unlimited Play

9 Holes
Golf Carts per 9 Holes
Privately owned Golf Carts
Pull Carts (per day)
Annual Statewide Golf Permit
Annual Sr. Citizen Permit
Golf Club Rental

7.00
3.50
6.50
3:00

1.30
250.00
125.00

2.00

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