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[Assignment: 48-DPA-07-13-08_SOI_K_Philly_Rec] Reception at Independence National Historical Park for attendees at the National Governors Association Centennial Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Independence National Historical Park Deputy Superintendent Darla Sidles delivered official remarks; and the Secretary conversed with fellow NGA attendees, among them Pennsylvanina Governor Edward Rendell, Vermont Governor James Douglas, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal, Guam Governor Felix Camacho, former Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist, and former Michigan Governor John Engler.] [48-DPA-07-13-08_SOI_K_Philly_Rec_IOD_9327.JPG]

[Assignment: 48-DPA-07-13-08_SOI_K_Philly_Rec] Reception at Independence National Historical Park for attendees at the National Governors Association Centennial Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Independence National Historical Park Deputy Superintendent Darla Sidles delivered official remarks; and the Secretary conversed with fellow NGA attendees, among them Pennsylvanina Governor Edward Rendell, Vermont Governor James Douglas, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal, Guam Governor Felix Camacho, former Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist, and former Michigan Governor John Engler.] [48-DPA-07-13-08_SOI_K_Philly_Rec_IOD_9327.JPG]

 
 
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Subject: Reception at Independence National Historical Park for attendees at the National Governors Association Centennial Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Independence National Historical Park Deputy Superintendent Darla Sidles delivered official remarks; and the Secretary conversed with fellow NGA attendees, among them Pennsylvanina Governor Edward Rendell, Vermont Governor James Douglas, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal, Guam Governor Felix Camacho, former Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist, and former Michigan Governor John Engler.]

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[Assignment: 48-DPA-07-13-08_SOI_K_Philly_Rec] Reception at Independence National Historical Park for attendees at the National Governors Association Centennial Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Secretary Dirk Kempthorne [and Independence National Historical Park Deputy Superintendent Darla Sidles delivered official remarks; and the Secretary conversed with fellow NGA attendees, among them Pennsylvanina Governor Edward Rendell, Vermont Governor James Douglas, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal, Guam Governor Felix Camacho, former Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist, and former Michigan Governor John Engler.]

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