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2017 Annual Session

Hilton Omaha & Convention Center
October 16-19

Online registration will continue through October 2nd.
Click here for more information. 

We can't wait to see you in Omaha! 

Just over a month from now we will see many of you in Omaha, Nebraska. For those of you who haven't registered yet, we hope you plan to join us in Omaha and see what this exciting city has to offer.
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Click here to view the different Annual Session activities you don't want to miss! 
Volunteer Sign-Up
We hope you consider signing up to volunteer at the 2017 Annual Session.  It is because of individuals like you that we are able to put on this outstanding meeting. To view and sign-up for the volunteer opportunities, click here.

Silent Auction Donations
There’s still a few more weeks to pick up or make some lovely items to donate to the NEAFCS Silent Auction.  Popular items include jewelry, handmade crafts, local products, and food/beverages.  Items that easily fit into a carry-on are especially desirable. Once at Omaha, silent auction items can be dropped off near the registration desk on Sunday 10/15 from 4:30-7:30pm and Monday 10/16 from 8am-5pm.   

Click here for shipping information. 

CEU & PDU Approval
The Annual Session has been approved for CEUs and PDUs. Click here for more information. 

Upcoming Webinars

Note: The webinars are presented "live" and available to all members who can attend. For those who cannot attend, the webinar will be posted to the Webinar Archives page, along with any handouts that were provided. Click here for more information on the webinars below and to register.

Date and Time: Monday, September 25, 2017 at 2:00 PM EST
Title: First Timer's to 2017 Annual Session - Omaha

Webinar Overview: Geared to those attending the annual session for the first time, individuals will learn about what to expect when they attend the NEAFCS Annual Session in Omaha. President, Theresa Mayhew, VP for Professional Development, Karen DeZarn and VP for Member Resources, Edda Rivera will share highlights of the upcoming Annual Session to Omaha.

2017 President's Charity

Theresa Mayhew (NY), President NEAFCS

I’m pleased to announce that I have selected the Food Bank for the Heartland as my President’s Charity for Annual Session 2017. With our theme of “Harvesting Opportunities”, I couldn’t think of a better choice! Founded in 1981, Food Bank for the Heartland’s mission is to “ensure access to healthy food for people in need in Nebraska and western Iowa.” Click here for more information on this organization. 

I hope that you will join me in helping the Food Bank for the Heartland continue the excellent work that they do by contributing to their cause. Donations can be dropped off at the registration area (look for the “piggy bank” cookie jar). Additionally, a special “pass the basket” collection will be taken during Wednesday’s General Session. Cash and checks made out to Food Bank of the Heartland will be cheerfully and gladly accepted. Thanks, in advance, for supporting this worthy cause and for helping us share the richness of the harvest!


We Our Partner Members

Active Parenting Publishers
Michael Popkin
1220 Kennestone Circle, Ste 130
Marietta, Georgia 30066
800-825-0060 ext. 139 

American Cleaning Institute
Nancy Bock

Sr. VP, Educations & Meetings
1331 L Street, NW #650
Washington, District of Columbia 20005

American Income Life Special Risk Division
Erin Bain
8604 Allisonville Rd
Indianapolis, IN  46250   

Home Baking Association
Sharon Davis

Family and Consumer Sciences Education
HBA, 2931 Gainsboro Road
Topeka, Kansas 66614

Learning Zone Express
Mary Beth Anderson
Educational Consultant
667 E. Vine St.
Owatonna, Minnesota 55060

LifeWise Strategies / Money Habitudes
Syble Solomon
1180-A Pine St
Hamilton, Montana 59840

National Dairy Council
Carole Clemente
Vice President Nutrition Affairs
10255 W. Higgins Rd., Suite 900
Rosemont, Illinois 60018

National Endowment for Financial Education
Susan Sharkey
1331-17 Street Suite 1200
Denver, Colorado 80202

Newell Brands (Previously Jarden Home Brands)
Jessica Piper

9999 East 121st Street
Fishers, IN 46037
(317) 567-8621

USDA National Institute of Food & Agriculture
Beverly Samuel
National Program Leader
1400 Independence Ave SW, MS 2250
Washington, DC 20250


Welcome to the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences

Network, Grow, Succeed - The National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (NEAFCS) educates and recognizes Extension professionals who improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities. We provide education in:
  • Food preparation, food safety and nutrition
  • Financial Management
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Home & work environment and safety
  • Relationship and parenting skills
  • and much more!

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