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2020 SNAAZ Annual
State Conference
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Why Attend

You won’t want to miss out on the first ever in the history of SNAAZ our 64th Annual VIRTUAL State Conference.  This year’s theme is “SNAAZ Honors All First Responders“.  The State Conference Planning Committee has been hard at work putting together an event that will benefit and educate all levels of child nutrition.  So, whether you are a front-line worker, manager, supervisor, or district director this conference will help and support you to further your knowledge and skills which in turn helps the students you serve each and every day.

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. 

So, whether you are a front-line worker, manager, supervisor, or district director this conference will help and support you to further your knowledge and skills which in turn helps the students you serve each and every day.

2020 Annual State Conference Highlights

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Live Virtual Event

One day Virtual Live Zoom Event, Saturday, September 26, 2020

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Recorded Education Sesions

(9) recorded education sessions that you can view after the event to help meet your yearly CEU’s

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Virtual Exhibitor Food Show

Virtual Exhibitor Food Show which will be available up to three weeks after the LIVE Zoom Event

2020 Annual State Conference Registration

Member Registration

Registration for school members will be different, instead of having to register all your employees we will be offering registration based on your district size. Just click on the link below to register your district

Industry Member Registration

Registration for industry members is simple, just click on link below to register for your virtual exhibitor booth.

Cut off is Friday, September 11, 2020.

We are a state affiliate to the School Nutrition Association (SNA), which represents over 55,000 individuals who have made a commitment to child nutrition.

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