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The Midwestern Conference on Combinatorics and Combinatorial Computing (MCCCC) originally started as the Carbondale Combinatorics Conferences and were held (1986-1990) at the Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. The conference has since evolved to a prestigious national conference in the areas of Combinatorics and Computing and has achieved recognition and attracted scholars and researchers of various backgrounds from different institutions. Here they coalesce their individual contributions into a collection of ideas and inspirations for the advancement of combinatorics and combinatorial computing. These conferences are of small size 50 to 70 participants and have been growing slowly. Papers have covered a spectrum of pure and applied combinatorics, including graph theory, design theory, enumeration, and combinatorial computing. These are general-purpose combinatorics meetings with some emphasis on computer applications which have attracted scholars from many parts of the United States, Canada, and overseas.