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2022 SNAAZ Annual
State Conference
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Welcome to 2022
SNAAZ Annual State Conference

66th Annual SNAAZ ASC
Renaissance Downtown Phoenix Hotel/Phoenix Convention Center
September 23-24, 2022

2022 SNAAZ ASC - “Together We Can Do It”

On behalf of SNAAZ and the Annual State Conference Planning Committee we would like to announce our 66th Annual State Conference which will take place September 23-24, 2022, in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.

 

This year’s theme is “Together We Can Do It”.  Our President’s theme is based on the 1940’s Post WWII era.  It has been three years since our last in-person state conference.  The State Conference Planning Committee has put together an event geared to all levels of child nutrition.  So, if you are a director, supervisor, buyer, manager, or frontline worker there is something just for you.  We have some great education classes, a special keynote speaker, and of course the fantastic exhibitor food show.

2 Different Informative Education Sessions

Education Session One
Craig Weidel, SNS, MNLP., MHt.
“The Power of Persuasion 2.0”
Monday April 11th, 2022

2:15 – 3:45 PM

Education Session Two
Candy Whirley, MS, CSP
“Emotional Intelligence – Get Off The Roller Coaster”
Tuesday April 12th, 2022

8:00 – 10:00 AM

Register for 2022 SNAAZ Annual State Conference

Join us on for our 66th Annual State Conference on September 23-24, 2022, in downtown Phoenix, Arizona.

This year’s theme is “Together We Can Do It”.  Our President’s theme is based on the 1940’s Post WWII era.  It has been three years since our last in-person state conference.  The State Conference Planning Committee has put together an event geared to all levels of child nutrition.  So, if you are a director, supervisor, buyer, manager, or frontline worker there is something just for you. 

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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