The 4th Diamond J Classic Speech & Debate Invitational
A TFA-Qualifying Tournament
Hosted by the Judson Debate Team & Judson Theatre Department
Saturday, December 15, 2018 @ Judson High School in Converse, TX
To our fellow forensic community,
We cordially invite you to register and compete in the Second Annual Diamond J Speech & Debate Invitational. Included within this invitation is a tentative schedule and general participatory rules.
Enter online at www.joyoftournaments.com. Please no phone or fax entries. Other inquiries about the tournament may be e-mailed to Rey Andrade at email@example.com and Larry Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for considering us as your tournament hosts.
Mr. Reymundo Andrade, Speech and Debate Director, Tournament Liason
Mrs. Larissa Lyons, Mr. Larry Bailey, IE Directors
Mr. Noah Recker, Tabulation Director
IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION!
Our mailing address is:
9142 FM 78
Converse, TX 78109
Due to several events that occurs at our campus and our football stadium sometimes as the same day as our tournament, all vehicles (including busses) must drive and park in our faculty parking lot (the rear lot). Here are the best directions:
- From 1604, exit onto FM 78, and go southwest bound. If you pass a cement plant on your left and a railroad runs parallel to your right, you are in the correct direction; turn the other way if the railroad runs parallel to your left and Randolph AFB passes on your right.
- From FM 78, turn left onto Converse Business Ln. That is the street where you will see a Bayseas seafood restaurant at the intersection, as well as Pizza Hut on the opposite side of FM 78. We will do our best to have a poster at that intersection.
- Go about 0.1 mile down Converse Business Ln. On the right will be the entrance to the parking lot. Again, we will do our best to mark that entrance for you (even if Mr. Turner has to be in a chicken suit and dance for your attention to the correct parking lot).
- Please do NOT park in our front parking lots in front of the campus, the Performing Arts Center, nor Rutledge Stadium.