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Child Nutrition: Action Today for a Healthy Tomorrow

The Society for Nutrition Education (SNE) invites you to their annual conference, Child Nutrition: Action Today for a Healthy Tomorrow.

Child Nutrition: Action Today for a Healthy Tomorrow
The education and actions we take today can shape the future of our children! Eating well and being physically active can help reduce overweight and related health problems that can follow children into their adult years. Learn how you can take an active role in helping individuals across the entire lifespan live healthier.

Opportunities for SBM Members:

  • Expand your network to include leading nutrition education professionals
  • Achieve professional excellence with a combination of research and practice sessions
  • Gain insight and ideas into common issues that impact the nutrition education industry
  • Take home knowledge that can be applied to your day-to-day work environment
  • Connect with colleagues and other professionals to share best practices
  • Earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) for various designations
  • Learn about child nutrition, vitamin D, healthy aging and food marketing

Who should come to SNE '10?

  • Anyone looking to expand their knowledge and offer their expertise!
  • Nutrition program planners and evaluators
  • Dietitians and DTRs
  • Food service professionals
  • Food producers and marketers
  • Nutrition researchers
  • County extension agents
  • WIC and other child nutrition program personnel
  • Food behavior specialists
  • Teachers and students
  • Journalists
  • Health care providers
  • Chefs and Trainers

Conference Registration
Register online at www.sne.org.

Conference Location
Peppermill Resort, Spa & Casino
Reno, NV
Reservations: (800) 282-2444 or at
Rate: $119 single/double occupancy

Reservation Code: ASNEM10

SNE is dedicated to promoting effective nutrition education and communication to support and improve healthful behaviors and has a vision of healthy communities through nutrition education and advocacy.