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									California League of Food Processors

AnnuAL Meeting
         April 28 - 30, 2010
       Four Seasons Biltmore
           Santa Barbara
  CLFP MeMBeRS & FRiendS


the CLFP Annual Meeting has a long-standing tradition of bringing	
together member representatives who share a common bond
of working in the California Food Processing industry. this
two-day event features informative and educational updates
along with fun and relaxing social activities.
One of the most important functions of the annual meeting
is to provide a forum for CLFP staff, leaders and invited
expert speakers conversant in the topics of the day, to
present important legislative and regulatory updates that
have an effect on how you do business in our state. it offers
an opportunity to get reacquainted and more informed on
issues of relevance occurring throughout the industry. And,
not to be forgotten, it allows attendees some time to step
away from their busy schedules and hopefully, enjoy good
times with associates, friends and spouses.
CLFP invites all of our members, both new and old, to join
us this spring in Santa Barbara and experience the value that
can be found by participating in the CLFP Annual Meeting.

               We look forward to seeing you
                 April 28 - 30, 2010 at the
             Four Seasons Resort, the Biltmore
                       Santa Barbara
geneRAL inFORMAtiOn

                                                       Four Seasons Resort, the Biltmore
                                                       1260 Channel drive
                                                       Santa Barbara, CA 93108
                                                       Phone: (805) 969-2261
                                                       Fax: (805) 565-8323
                                                       www.fourseasons.com/santabarbara




HOteL ReSeRvAtiOnS                                     SuggeSted dReSS COde
You may reserve your hotel room today by calling       Board Meetings – Business Casual
1-805-565-8299                                         Spouse / guest Activity – Casual
Ask for the CLFP group rate of $275.00 plus tax        70's theme Party – disco / Hippy
and fees.                                              Chairman dinner – Black tie / Formal Wear

group rate reservations must be made by thursday,      tuxedo Rental
April 8.                                               Mission tuxedo
                                                       (805) 569-3334
Cancellation policy: there is no charge if cancelled   www.missiontuxedos.com
72 hours prior to arrival.                             the company will pick-up and deliver to the
                                                       Biltmore. it is recommended that you call ahead
Check in: 4:00 p.m.                                    with your measurements.
Check out: 12:00 p.m.
                                                       Costume Rental/ideas:
                                                       thrift stores, consignment stores, web-sites…maybe
                                                       your closet???
ReSORt LOCAtiOn                                        www.costumes4less.com
                                                       www.anytimecostumes.com
For guests who choose to drive, Santa Barbara is
convenient to Hwy 101, 95 miles north of Los Angeles
and 335 Miles south of San Francisco.                  WeAtHeR FOR APRiL
Major carriers fly into the Santa Barbara Municipal
Airport, only 20 minutes from the resort. Rental
                                                       	            Average
cars can be arranged at the airport, as well as the
                                                                High	         Low
resort through the Concierge. Limousine and taxi
services are also available.                                    70°F	         50°F
dAiLY Meeting SCHeduLe
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm	     early Bird Reception
thursday, April 29, 2010
10:00 am – 12:00 pm	   CLFP executive Committee Meeting (Members Only)
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm	    Board Lunch
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm	     CLFP Annual Board of directors’ Meeting (Members Only)
	                	     •	election of Officers and executive Committee
	                	     •	2009 Audit Report
	                	     •	Legislative Reports / Regulatory Reports and updates
	                	     •	expo & Showcase
	                	     •	Ag Production Committee Report
	                	     •	2010 election initiatives
	                	     	 -	 California Jobs
	                	     	 -	 Water Bond
	                	     	 -	 Prop 16 (Pg&e)
	                	     •	Ag Communications
	                	     •	Perchlorate and BPA
	                	     •	Other Business

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm	    70's theme Party Reception & dinner
                       grab your love beads, your old forty-fives.
                       dust off your bell bottoms, for a party that jives.
                       Let’s recall the good times, the memories that last.
                       Join us on thursday, April 29th
                       for a blast from the past!

	                	     Suggested attire includes: Bell Bottoms, vests, jumpsuits, 	
	                	     go go dresses, disco dresses, Platform Shoes, Knee High 	
	                	     Boots, Power Blue and Brown Suits… anything from the 	
	                	     Hippy to disco eras!

	                	     Accessory ideas: gold jewelry, glasses, headbands, and hair!
dAiLY Meeting SCHeduLe
Friday, April 30, 2010
8:00 am – 9:00 am	    CLFP Annual Meeting Buffet Breakfast

9:00 am – 11:30 am	   CLFP Annual Meeting general Session (Open to all attendees)

		                    Speakers:
		                    dave Puglia, Sr. vice President, gov’t. Affairs & Communications
		                    Western growers Association
		                    topic: California Agricultural Communications Coalition

		                    Mike Carpenter
		                    Carpenter Hawkins Sievers LLC
		                    topic: California Jobs initiative

		                    Mike Mecey
		                    the Politique group, inc.
		                    topic: Campaign Perchlorate

		                    Speaker: tBA
		                    topic: Water Bond initiative

		                    Speaker: tBA
		                    topic: Bisphenol-A

12:00 pm – 5:00 pm	   golf at Sandpiper golf Course – Scramble Format
		                    Join the group for a fun afternoon of golf on this championship
                      18-Hole course, complemented by the beautiful scenery
                      of the Pacific Ocean. Measuring over 7,000 yards with a
                      championship rating of 74.5, Sandpiper’s dynamic design
                      attracts players of all skill levels.

12:00pm – 4:00pm	     Spouse/guest Activity
		                    Lotusland tour and Lunch
		                    Cost Per Person: $145.00

		                    nestled in the foothills of Montecito, Lotusland is a 37-acre
                      living museum of gardens with a history that dates back to
                      the late 1800’s. in 1941 the estate began its transformation to
                      its present state when it was purchased by Madame ganna
                      Walska, a well-known opera singer. Since her oversight of the
                      gardens, Lotusland has transformed into a breathtaking haven
                      teeming with entirely unique landscaping. 	
	
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm	   Chairman Reception and dinner
		                    As we bring the CLFP Annual Meeting to a close, join us for
                      a special black-tie celebration as we welcome in the 2010-2011
                      CLFP Chairman, Steve Rasmussen, Sunsweet growers.
FOuR SeASOnS BiLtMORe, SAntA BARBARA
Originally the lavish personal residence of a      HeALtH CLuB	
copper baron, Four Seasons Biltmore, Santa         the resort's state of the art health club is
Barbara was built, overlooking the Pacific         located within the spa. Open daily from 6:00
Ocean, in the 1920's. Within a few years, it       am to 9:00 am, certified personal trainers
was reborn as a luxury resort and became a         are available to help guests get the most out
retreat for movie stars, presidents and royalty.   of their workout. A variety of fitness classes
the classic elegance of its Spanish Colonial       - including yoga - are offered, accompanied
architecture is evident throughout the main        by complimentary fruit juices, water and
buildings and garden cottages.                     chilled towels. the club's state-of-the-
                                                   art cardiovascular equipment comes with
Located in Montecito, an exclusive                 individual headsets and televisions.
neighborhood long favored by America's elite,
the resort offers a total of 213 guest rooms,      tenniS
suites and cottages, extensive spa and fitness     Avid tennis players will appreciate the Resort's
facilities, two enticing outdoor pools and a       three hard-surface courts, which are lit for
full-service business center.                      night play, and include a ball machine. the
                                                   resort tennis pro will organize private lessons,
throughout, Four Seasons makes the
                                                   group clinics and tournaments.
guest experience more pleasurable and
productive with thoughtful details: twice-daily
housekeeping service, plush terry robes, fine
                                                   CORAL CASinO CLuB	
                                                   the beach front Coral Casino Club is a
toiletries and hair dryers. And of course,
                                                   unique part of Four Seasons, Santa Barbara.
complimentary, overnight shoeshine.
                                                   the Club's Olympic-size pool, overlooking
All guest rooms are equipped to provide            the ocean, is surrounded by a peaceful sun
high-speed e-mail and internet access. For         deck and cabanas. the Club also offers a
utmost ease, wireless internet connections         fully equipped cardiovascular fitness room, a
are available in all function rooms as well as     whirlpool, sauna, steam room, and children's
at poolside!                                       pool. Resort guests have full access to the
                                                   facilities of the Coral Casino Club.
SPA SeRviCeS	
the tranquil 10,000 sq. foot spa elevates          OtHeR
personal indulgence to a fine art. An aspiring     there are a variety of other recreational
array of restorative and beauty treatments,        possibilities available at the resort, ensuring
based upon the bounty of the sea blended           there is something for everyone. these
with botanicals from the gardens of Santa          include:
Barbara, promote the art of well-being.
treatments may be enjoyed in 10 personalized       Croquet, putting green, bicycles and the use
treatment rooms - including four day-suites,       of oceanside bicycle pathways and a jogging
each with a fireplace - or in the privacy          route.
of your guest room. in between sessions,
a tranquil terrace, overlooking the ocean,
provides a peaceful spot to relax - as do the
separate sauna and steam rooms for men
and women. A full-service salon provides
hair styling, nail care, grooming and cosmetic
services.
CLFP OFFiCeRS & BOARd OF diReCtORS
 2009 – 2010
 exeCutive OFFiCeRS
 Chairman
 tom Cortopassi, Stanislaus Food Products

 1st vice-Chairman
 Steve Rasmussen, Sunsweet growers

 2nd vice-Chairman
 doug Burroughs, del Monte Foods
 	

 BOARd OF diReCtORS
 Bell-Carter Foods, inc.	            J.g. Boswell tomato Co. LLC	       Stapleton-Spence Packing Co.	
 	      Ken Wienholz                 	      Sherm Railsback             	     Brad Stapleton
 Campbell Soup Supply Company	       Kagome, inc.                       Sun-Maid growers of California	
 	      timothy gruenwald            	      Ann Hall                    	     vaughn Koligian
 Clement Pappas & Co., inc.	         Kraft Foods	                       SupHerb Farms	
 	      Rick Jochums                 	      tracy Mihas                 	     Mike Brem
 ConAgra Food ingredients	           Los gatos tomato Products	         teasdale Quality Foods	
 	      greg estep                   	      Stuart Woolf                	     Melanie Jones
 ConAgra Foods	                      Mad Will's Food Company, inc.	     the Morning Star Packing Co.	
 	      tim Hamilton                 	      gilbert Hilleary            	     Chris Rufer
 Culinary Farms	                     Mariani Packing Company, inc.	     unilever Supply Chain, inc.	
 	      Kirk Bewley                  	      george Sousa, Sr.           	     godfrey Lee
 del Mar Food Products Corp.	        Musco Family Olive Co..	           v S P Products, inc.	
 	      P. J. Mecozzi                	      Janet edwards               	     Robert Benech
 del Monte Foods	                    nW Packing/San Benito Foods	       Wawona Frozen Foods	
 	      david Withycombe             	      Steve Arnoldy               	     William S. Smittcamp
 deLallo italian Foods, inc.	        Olam tomato Processors, inc.	      West Coast Products	
 	      george Hoag                  	      dave Watkins                	     dan vecere
 diana Fruit Co., inc.	              Pacific Coast Producers	           Wilbur Packing Company	
 	      eugene C. Acronico           	      dan Sroufe                  	     Richard R. Wilbur, ii
 Frito-Lay, inc.	                    Patterson vegetable Company LLC	
 	      Scott Kinghorn               	      Paul n. Fanelli
 gFF, inc.	                          Saticoy Foods Corp.	
 	      Farrell Hirsch               	      glen A. Fischer
 gills Onions, LLC	                  Seneca Foods Corporation	
 	      Steven H. gill               	      Fred Baker
 H. J. Heinz Company	                Sensient dehydrated Flavors LLC	
 	      Ross Siragusa                	      Pat Laubacher
 Hilmar Cheese Company	              Smucker Fruit Processing Co.	
 	      Burt Fleischer               	      Al Yamamoto
 ingomar Packing Company	            Stanislaus Food Products	
 	      gregory R. Pruett            	      tom Cortopassi
CALiFORniA LeAgue OF FOOd PROCeSSORS
     1755 Creekside Oaks drive, Suite 250
           Sacramento, CA 95833
            Phone (916) 640-8150
             Fax (916) 640-8156
                www.clfp.com
CLFP ANNUAL MEETING                                                      Contact Name:
April 28 - 30, 2010
Four Seasons Biltmore, Santa Barbara                                     Company:
                                                                         Address
Processor Member Registration
                                                                         City:                                                                         State:                              Zip:
                                                                         Contact Phone:
   Please Register by
    Friday, April 16!                                                    Email:


Please check appropriate boxes for the events and meetings you will be attending.
                                Wednesday, April 28                        Thursday, April 29                                                            Friday, April 30
                                                           Executive                                  Theme                                                  Golf               Spouse/Guest           Chairman
                                                                         Board         Board                          Buffet          General
CLFP Board Member                   Early Bird Reception   Committee
                                                                         Lunch        Meeting
                                                                                                    Reception &
                                                                                                                     Breakfast        Session
                                                                                                                                                          (includes                 Activity          Reception &
                                                            Meeting                                   Dinner                                                lunch)             (includes lunch)         Dinner
        Name for Badge                     No                 No           No           No                             No              No
         (Please Print)                   Charge            Charge       Charge        Charge            $250.00      Charge          Charge              $210.00                    $145.00            $275.00




*Meal for Chairman Dinner:               Atlantic Salmon filled with Lobster or                      Grilled Prime Beef Tenderloin

                                Wednesday, April 28          Thursday, April 29                                                  Friday, April 30
                                                              Theme Reception &                                          Golf                Spouse/Guest Activity                        Chairman Reception &
                                    Early Bird Reception                                  Buffet Breakfast
Spouse/Guest                                                       Dinner                                          (includes lunch)            (includes lunch)                                  Dinner
        Name for Badge                      No                                                   No
                                                                    $250.00
         (Please Print)                    Charge                                               Charge                $210.00                           $145.00                                   $275.00




*Meal for Chairman Dinner:               Atlantic Salmon filled with Lobster or                      Grilled Prime Beef Tenderloin

                                                                                                          Please Select Method of Payment
Registration Fees                      Total Due
                                                             _______Check          _______AMEX            ______MasterCard            ______Visa                 _____Invoice

Processor Member Fees                                        Credit Card #:____________________________________________ CCV Number: ___________                                           Exp Date: __________
                                $                                                                                                     (3-4 digits after the card number in the signature panel)


Spouse / Guest Fees                                          Billing address: _______________________________________________________________                                   Zip Code: _______________
                                $                            I authorize the California League of Food Processors to charge my credit card for CLFP Annual Meeting Charges.
                                                             I agree to pay the above total amount according to card issuer agreement.

             Total Fees Due $                                Authorized Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: ________________________________


Please complete and return registration form and payment to CLFP by Friday, April 16, 2010. No refunds issued after Wednesday, April 21, 2010.

                      1755 Creekside Oaks Dr. Ste 250, Sacramento, CA 95833 * Phone (916) 640-8150 * Fax (916) 640-8156

								
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