MdSNA's 65th Annual Convention
October 5-6, 2018
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MdSNA is excited to invite you to attend our 65th Annual Convention, providing for its attendees numerous opportunities for professional networking, viewing child nutrition-related products at our huge trade show, continuing educational development, participating in our exciting annual Farm to Tray Contest and a lot of fun!
Our full two day package is our best deal.
Wyndham's Hunt Valley Inn
While attending the convention, enjoy a stay at our convenient convention hotel, Wyndham's Hunt Valley Inn, 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, Maryland.
Standard King Room: $139/night plus taxes
Details on how to book discounted lodging coming to this space soon.
OVERVIEW OF SCHEDULE
AM Leadership Workshop - open to all chapter and state leaders
Midday - MdSNA House of Delgates; CLICK HERE to view more information on how to submit a resolution for this year's meeting and download sample documents
Afternoon - Exhibit Hall Open to All; over 100 booths packed full of child nutrition products
Evening - Cocktail Hour and 2nd Annual Awards Banquet
Opening General Session
Morning Education Sessions
Farm to Tray Contest
Afternoon Education Sessions
Closing General Session
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