M E M O R A N D U M TO: FBLA Advisers and Members FROM: Kara B. Burkett and Iris Hicks DATE: June 13, 2011 RE: 2011 FBLA State Leadership Conference, April 4-6, 2011 Chattanooga Marriott at the Convention Center, Chattanooga, TN CC: Will Lewis, FBLA Executive Committee, District Consultants LINKS TO SPECIFIC INFORMATION Conference Registration Fee & Remittance Information Food Service Event Coordinators (Advisers) Competitive Events Information – Conference Site Events Who’s Who in FBLA Competitive Event National Conference Information Scholarship Contributions Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit ATTACHMENTS Appendix A: TN FBLA State Conference Deadlines Appendix B: Dress Code Guidelines (for all conference events) Appendix C: Silent Auction, March of Dimes, and Ronald McDonald House Can Tab Drive Appendix D: State Officer Candidate Guidelines Use the CTRL key and your Appendix E: State Officer Candidate Application mouse to open links Appendix F: Special Needs Form Appendix G: Registration Worksheet throughout this document if Appendix H: Who’s Who in FBLA Application you are using Word. Appendix I: FBLA Scholarship Information FBLA Scholarship Application Cumberland University Scholarship Application Appendix J: Pin Order Form Appendix K: T-shirt Order Form Appendix L: Hotel Registration Information Appendix M: Unmask Your Potential Masquerade Ball Appendix N: Talent Show Appendix o: Gold Seal Chapter Award Application Appendix P: Adviser of the Year Appendix Q: Businessperson of the Year Appendix R. Canned Tab Verification Appendix S: March of Dimes Walk Appendix T: March of Dimes Prettiest Baby Contest The Tennessee Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Executive Committee is ready for an exciting 2011 FBLA State Leadership Conference. The FBLA State Officers and Advisers have worked diligently to make this year’s conference a great success. This packet contains important information regarding the state conference. We ask that you take the time to carefully read all information and share it with your co-advisers and chapter members. PLEASE PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO ALL DEADLINES (SEE APPENDIX A) Conference Registration Fee & Remittance Information CONFERENCE COST: ALL CONFERENCE ATTENDEES (FBLA member, Regional Officer Adviser, delegate, alumni, professional member, school representative, and participant). $60.00 – Conference Attendee with hotel room in FBLA Hotel Room Block $108.00 – Conference Attendee with no hotel/hotel room outside of FBLA Hotel Room Block $35.00 – Conference Guest (Guest for Opening Session & Award Sessions) $7.00 – Non-Conference Guest (Guest in FBLA Hotel Room Block Only) $0.00 – State Officer (All Regional Presidents must be registered as a State Officer) o Those conference participants choosing not to stay within the FBLA hotel room block are assessed an additional $48 per attendee to offset conference costs (incorporated into hotel room rates for those attendees registered in FBLA hotel room block. Conference costs covered include convention center rental, event rooms at nearby hotel cost, audio visual rental fees, set up/tear down charges, security costs, etc.). o Registration fee also includes the cost of Monday night’s Ice Cream Social. PLEASE NOTE: THE ICE CREAM SOCIAL IS REPLACING THE MEAL FUNCTION (BANQUET) THAT IS NORMALLY PROVIDED AT TUESDAY NIGHT’S AWARD SESSION. o Name Tag is required for ALL FBLA conference attendees & guests at ALL sessions. th o T-shirt and Pin order form -Deadline for receipt in State Office is March 18 ! Conference registration checks are to be made payable to TN FBLA and must be received by the State Office on/before March 30, 2011. Mail check and a copy of the following documents: o FBLA Online Registration Attendee Verification form (deadline for receipt is March 30th) o registration worksheet (deadline for receipt is March 30th) Mail to: Iris Hicks, FBLA State Adviser Tennessee Department of Education 710 James Robertson Parkway, 4th Floor Nashville, TN 37243-0383 FBLA conference registration must be done online at http://registration.tnfbla.org and requires use of school username and password. If you did not receive your chapter’s Regional/State conference username and password, please e-mail Joyce Dykes at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 615.532-2808. It is important that your chapter’s online State Conference registration be on the website on/before March 18th. If conference ATTENDEE and EVENT registration is not entered on the website, TN FBLA Registration web site, contestants will not be allowed to compete. Only those members having paid FBLA National and State membership dues on/before the March 1st deadline are eligible to compete in FBLA Competitive Events. rd Conference registration will be open in the Convention Center lobby on Sunday, April 3 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Monday, April 4th from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. At this time, the adviser must confirm accuracy of chapter’s Attendee and Events Registration. o A Code of Conduct and Medical Release form must be submitted at registration for each student attendee. Please keep a copy for your files. If an attendee is unable to attend the State Conference, another attendee may be substituted. Each FBLA Chapter should be prepared to have two (2) voting delegates in attendance at all delegate sessions. Refer to conference program for seating and roll call times. Food Service LIST OF CONCESSION FOODS/BEVERAGES AND PRICES (APPROXIMATE) IN CONVENTION CENTER (Prices Will Be In A Separate Document) SOFT DRINKS, BOTTLED WATER, GATORADE AND POWERADE - COFFEE - CAPPUCINO AND HOT CHOCOLATE - POPCORN - NACHOS WITH CHEESE AND/OR CHILI - HOT DOGS - HOT DOGS LOADED - HAMBURGERS - WITH CHEESE - WITH LETTUCE AND TOMATO ADD - CHIPS AND CANDY - Advisers Advisers serving as event coordinators are an essential part of the Competitive Events Program. Coordinators assist in the smooth and efficient operation of each event. Advisers will be responsible for coordinating one event (at least). Advisers are to assist with contestants, seating, roll call, etc. Assignments will be made at the registration desk for those advisers who did not Advance Sign-Up. Event Coordinators will meet on Monday, April 4th, at 11:00 a.m., Convention Center Meeting Room 3. ONE ADVISER FROM EACH CHAPTER MUST ATTEND! Competitive Events Information – Conference Site Events Individuals in competitive events must have paid state and national membership dues. Only those dues paid members who paid membership dues on or before the March 1st deadline and who are registered for the conference may compete. A student may enter one (1) individual event OR one (1) team event AND a chapter event. Contestants may take as many Open Events as time permits. Contestants who placed in the top 5 of their Regional Conference competitive event MUST advance to State in the same event. Please pay careful attention to the designated grade level for each competitive event. Public Speaking I, Business Math, FBLA Principles and Procedures, Introduction to Business, Introduction to Business Communication, Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure, Introduction to th th Technology Concepts, and Word Processing I are open to 9 & 10 graders only! Accounting I students must not have had more than 2 semesters (or 1 semester equivalent to a full year in a block scheduling program) of high school accounting instruction. With the exception of events in which the contestants have already been pre-determined by regional conference placing or events where submission of pre-judged materials was required, substitution for no-show contestants may be made at registration by an Adviser. An Adviser MUST report to the Events Confirmation Desk during conference registration to verify all that competitors are in attendance and to request competitor substitutions. FBLA National Guidelines will be followed for state competitive events unless otherwise noted. A copy of the FBLA competitive events guidelines is available on the National FBLA-PBL web site at www.FBLA-PBL.org and in the 2010-2011 FBLA Chapter Management Handbook. Please review the latest changes/updates in events (available only on the national FBLA-PBL website). All event competitors should be aware of the time and location of their events. Sufficient time should be allowed for competitive event room location. Event participants should arrive for their event at least 15 minutes prior to event time and must be dressed in business attire (as per FBLA National dress code). Advisers, it is your responsibility to ensure that your students attire adhere to dress code. It is necessary for all contestants to mark answer sheets with a #2 pencil on all written exams that are machine graded. Contestants who are taking a written exam must bring a #2 pencil to the event. Please note that ONLY those materials and equipment noted in the FBLA National event guidelines may be used during testing. If an item is not listed, it is to be assumed that it is not allowed. Sequestered Events. The following events are sequestered (meaning that contestants in these events are required to report to (and remain in until performance time) a holding room prior to the event start time that is listed in the conference program): Banking and Financial Systems, Business Ethics, Client Service, Emerging Business Issues (final round only), Entrepreneurship, Global Business, Help Desk, Impromptu Speaking, Management Decision Making, Management Information Systems, Network Design, and Parliamentary Procedure. Participants must report to the holding room prior to the first scheduled performance as indicated in the events guidelines. o Any participant or team arriving at the holding room after the first participant or team starts the performance is disqualified. o Sequestered participants must be escorted from room to room. o Sequestered participants may not communicate with outside individuals. All phones and other communication devices must be left with Advisers (TN FBLA will not be responsible for lost, stolen, or misplaced cell phones). o No phone calls, text messaging, e-mail, or Internet use is allowed. o Food and drinks may be given to the event coordinator to distribute to an individual participant (Adviser’s or participant’s expense). Who’s Who in FBLA Competitive Event The Who’s Who in FBLA event will consist of FBLA members who were selected as their chapter’s (ONE PER CHAPTER) Who’s Who Candidate and FBLA State Officers who have met the FBLA National BAA requirement (Must have completed the “Future” level of the FBLA Business Achievement Awards). o The State winner of the Who’s Who event will be announced at the Tuesday night Awards Session and will represent Tennessee at the FBLA National Conference. Each Chapter Who’s Who Candidate and State Officer Who’s Who candidates must submit a Who’s Who application and the supporting documentation to the State Office on/before the March 18th deadline date. o The Who’s Who in FBLA event is an ―in addition to‖ event. The Who’s Who candidate is still eligible to enter either one individual OR one team event, and a chapter event. (Refer to 2010-2011 Chapter Management Handbook). Who’s Who candidates may also enter the Open Events as time permits. Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit To enter this chapter event, submit entry form and documentation to the State Office on/before the March 18th prejudged materials deadline date. Please note that the Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit requires the submission of a Local Chapter Annual Business Report. See Appendix O. Scholarship Contributions The TN FBLA Jared Michael Bryant, Dr. Bill Radcliff, and the Andy Vanosdale Technology Scholarship programs need your support. All contributions are invested to ensure continuity of the scholarship programs. Mail donations to Iris Hicks and please note on your check which scholarship account(s) your contributions are to be posted to. Your continued support of the TN FBLA scholarship programs is greatly appreciated. Chapters wishing to contribute to the West Greene High School Ray Kosuda Scholarship (scholarship in memory of Ray Kosuda, former FBLA State Officer from West Greene High School) should make the check payable to the West Greene FBLA Chapter. Please note on the check that it is a contribution to the scholarship. The Ray Kosuda Scholarship is a local FBLA scholarship (not a State scholarship). Guidelines and Scholarship application information are included in this mailing. National Conference Information ORLANDO NATIONAL LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE FBLA-PBL offers national meetings that promote leadership development. National Leadership Conference (NLC) FBLA-PBL members have the competitive edge, as the best and brightest of FBLA and PBL convene to compete in leadership events, share their successes, and learn new ideas about shaping their career future through workshops and exhibits. This four-day conference is considered the pinnacle of the FBLA-PBL experience, especially for those running for national office. FBLA-PBL has forged partnerships with industry leaders to underwrite competitive events and scholarships for students achieving national ranking. 2011 NLC—Orlando, Florida PBL: June 23 – 26 FBLA: June 28 – July 1 Institute for Leaders (IFL) Held in conjunction with the National Leadership Conference, this high-energy, intensive, two-day seminar is a focused-leadership experience for state and local chapter officers, as well as members and advisers. This training conference prepares student leaders and members to assume their elected responsibilities and develop valuable life skills. 2011 IFL —Orlando, Florida PBL June 22 – 23 FBLA June 27 – 28 TN FBLA STATE CONFERENCE DEADLINES APPENDIX A Item Deadline To Attention Of: Carolyn Miller Online State Conference Hotel Registration Available February 18, 2011 - March 18, 2011 Director of Convention Services & Housing (closes at midnight March 18, 2011) Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau Online State Conference Registration Available February 25, 2011 – March 25, 2011 Andy Vanosdale – Technical Coordinator By-Laws (online @ TN FBLA website) March 1, 2011 Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education Deadline for filing an amendment Tests Mailed to All Regions March 1, 2011 Deliver to your Local School Site Test State School-Site Tests Distribution: With the Exception of Regions 3 & 5 Administrator Test(s) Distributed Onsite @ Conference State School-Site Test Return Deadline March 18, 2011 (in State Office) Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education ML Outstanding Chapter of Merit Submit Criteria Verification & Local Chapter Activities Report ML Outstanding Middle Level Adviser Submit Application & FBLA Biographical Sketch ML Outstanding Middle Level Supporter Submit Application – FBLA Biographical Sketch ML American Enterprise Project – Report Please Note: TN FBLA is requiring ML Community Service Project – Report submission of 3 copies (as opposed to ML Computer Slide Show – Slide Show the 2 copy requirement that is listed in ML Local Chapter Activities Report – Report the guidelines) of each of the following Outstanding Middle Level Member – Application - FBLA Biographical Sketch pre-judged items: Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education **Regional Job Interview (1st – 5th place) must submit new packet Report These competitive event items are pre- (Letter of Application / Resume - 6 file folders w/set in each) Statement of Assurance Program DVD / Flash Drive judged and must be submitted to State HS Adviser of the Year – Application & FBLA Biographical Sketch Digital Design DVD / Flash Drive Office for judging on or before March 18th. HS American Enterprise Project –Report Digital Video DVD / Flash Drive HS Business Financial Plan –Report Please refer to FBLA National Guidelines for HS Business Plan –Report submission information (found in the HS Businessperson of the Year - Application - FBLA Biographical Sketch competitive events section of your Chapter HS Community Service Project –Report HS Computer Game & Simulation Programming –Program Management Handbook or online at the HS Desktop Application Programming –Program National website at: HS Digital Design & Promotion – Digital Design Submit 1 copy for recognition events HS Digital Video Production – Digital Video (events highlighted in blue print March http://www.fbla- E-Business – URL – online at this time. No changes 18, 2011 (in State Office) pbl.org/web/page/589/sectionid/587/pagelev Electronic Career Portfolio – URL – online at this time. No changes Three (3) copies of Pre-judged items el/2/fbla.asp Mr. FBL – Letter of Application / Resume (6 file folders w/set in each) Ms. FBL – Letter of Application / Resume (6 file folders w/set in each) must be received by deadline. Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit Items received after the deadline will not Criteria Verification & Local Chapter Annual Business Report be judged. Computer Game & Simulation Programming - Program HS Local Chapter Annual Business Report – Report Partnership with a Business Project – Report Web Site Design - URL - on line at this time - No changes ML Web Page Creation (submitted on CD or DVD) Who’s Who in FBLA – Application - FBLA Biographical Sketch State Officer Applications March 18, 2011 (in State Office) Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education State Registration Refund Request Deadline March 25, 2011 (in State Office) Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education Online Registration Verify Attendees Page & Check March 30, 2011 (In State Office) Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education State Executive Committee Meeting April 1, 2011 – April 3, 2011 Chattanooga Convention Center – Chattanooga State Leadership Conference April 4, 2011- April 6, 2011 Chattanooga Convention Center – Chattanooga All Pre-judged National Items May 6, 2011 (in State Office) Iris Hicks, TN Dept of Education State Chapter Annual Business Report DRESS CODE GUIDELINES APPENDIX B FBLA-PBL members and advisers should develop an awareness of the image one's appearance projects. The purpose of the dress code is to uphold the professional image of the association and its members and to prepare students for the business world. Appropriate attire is required for all attendees, advisers, members, and guest’s at all general sessions, competitive events, regional meetings, workshops, and other activities unless otherwise stated in the conference program. Conference name badges are part of this dress code and must be worn for all conference functions. For safety reasons, do not wear name badges when touring. Professional attire acceptable for official FBLA-PBL activities includes: Males Business suit with collar dress shirt, and necktie or Sport coat, dress slacks, collar shirt, and necktie or Dress slacks, collar shirt, and necktie. Banded collar shirt may be worn only if sport coat or business suit is worn. Dress shoes and socks. Females Business suit with blouse or Business pantsuit with blouse or Skirt or dress slacks with blouse or sweater or Business dress. Capris or gauchos with coordinating jacket/suit, worn below the knee Dress shoes. Inappropriate attire, for both men and women, includes: Jewelry in visible body piercing, other than ears Denim or chambray fabric clothing of any kind, overalls, shorts, skorts, stretch or stirrup pants, exercise or bike shorts Backless, see-through, tight-fitting, spaghetti straps, strapless, extremely short, or low- cut blouses/tops/dresses/skirts T-shirts, Lycra™, spandex, midriff tops, tank tops, bathing suits Sandals, athletic shoes, industrial work shoes, hiking boots, bare feet, or over-the-knee- boots Athletic wear, including sneakers Hats or flannel fabric clothing Bolo ties Visible foundation garments Clarification: Many women's two-piece suits are currently designed so that they do not require a blouse. Therefore, this will be accepted. In addition, sling-back shoes, open-toe shoes, and sleeveless dresses are accepted. SILENT AUCTION, COMMUNITY SERVICE APPENDIX C SILENT AUCTION Each year a silent auction fundraiser is held at the FBLA State Conference to assist first and second place winners in attending the FBLA National Conference. To share in the proceeds from this auction, your school must provide a minimum of two baskets to the silent auction. The baskets are to be turned in at conference registration. One basket should be suitable for student interests and one basket should be suitable for adult interests. Cost of basket should be at least $10. Please type a card describing the basket contents, the value of the contents, and your school’s name and attach to your baskets. FBLA National contestants from schools choosing not to participate in the TN FBLA Silent Auction fundraiser will not be eligible to receive a share of the distribution of the proceeds raised from the event. COMMUNITY SERVICE March of Dimes See Appendix S and Appendix T for donation opportunities at State Conference. Our national service project is the March of Dimes. March of Dimes promotes giving every baby a healthy start. By donating a check in the amount of $1 per member attending the State Conference, we can all help babies begin a healthy life. Checks should be made out to the March of Dimes and turned in during registration hours. Ronald McDonald House Can Tab Drive The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities is to “keep families close” by providing essential resources and a “home away from home” for families of critical ill children receiving inpatient or outpatient medical care at area hospitals. By donating can tabs to Ronald McDonald House, we can help provide Ronald McDonald House families a place to stay while they are away from home and help make it possible for more families to help their children heal. Chapters collect can tabs and place them in gallon milk jugs. Can tabs should be turned in to your local Ronald McDonald House or they may be turned in at State Conference. Chapters who deliver the can tabs to the Ronald McDonald House must complete the can tab form found in Appendix R. Can tabs that are brought to the State Conference should be turned in during registration hours. The three chapters donating the most can tabs will be recognized during the conference. STATE OFFICER CANDIDATES GUIDELINES APPENDIX D Candidates are required to be qualified for State office. The Candidate must possess qualities necessary for State Officer selection and be a member in good standing. Please consider that the candidate must be able to attend all required conferences, meetings and activities as outlined on the State Officer Candidate Application. An adviser must accompany the officer to all meetings. Campaign guidelines and a State Officer application are included in this mailing. Mail completed application to Iris Hicks, for receipt on/before March 18, 2011. The candidates will set up their campaign booths on Monday, April 4th, 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a. m., in the North Rotunda/Mezzanine. State Officer Candidates and their advisers will attend an orientation in the Signal Mountain Room, Marriott Hotel, Monday, April 4th, 10:00 – 10:30 a.m. Campaign signs must be attached to the table. No wall signs are to be posted! State Officer Candidate Campaign speeches will be given during the Opening General Session on Monday, April 4th at 8:00 p.m. The combined introduction of the State Officer Candidate and speech of the State Officer Candidate may not exceed three minutes. If a candidate chooses not to have an introduction by a campaign manager, the candidate will have the full three minutes to deliver the campaign speech. State Officers may not serve as Campaign Managers. STATE OFFICER CANDIDATES APPLICATION APPENDIX E Campaign Guidelines for Future Business Leaders of America Candidate Please read all of the following guidelines before completing the officer application. The candidate shall be dressed in business attire. Campaign booths should be set up in the Convention Center on date and at the time specified in the State Conference program. Each officer candidate shall be given a 6’ draped and skirted table on which to set up his/her campaign booth. If a candidate needs an easel, he/she will need to bring one. No campaign literature shall be allowed in the General or Voting Sessions. Candidate speeches cannot exceed three (3) minutes. After the speech, each candidate will be asked to respond to one question pertaining to him/her self. Any candidate who does not abide by these guidelines will be subject to disqualification by the Executive Council. Each candidate should sign these guidelines, make a copy for her/his files, and return the original with his/her State Officer Application to the State Office by the deadline date listed in Business Technology calendar. I have read and fully understand the campaign guidelines listed above and I agree to adhere to these guidelines. Signed:____________________________________ State officer candidate signature Date: ______________________________________ TENNESSEE ASSOCIATION Future Business Leaders Of America State Officer Candidate Application (All information of this form should be typed or keyed) Name (Last) (First) (Middle Initial) Date of Birth School Name Grade School Address Telephone School City, State, & Zip Code Home Address Telephone Home City, State, & Zip Code E-mail T-Shirt Size I wish to seek the office of I wish to serve as a State Officer because: List all Business Technology courses you have taken: List all Business Technology courses you plan to take next year: Month and year you became an active member of Future Business Leaders of America or Business Professionals of America. List all activities in Future Business Leaders of America or Business Professionals of America. (Attach additional sheets if necessary) List all other youth, civic, social, class or church activities (include offices held, honors won, etc.): How do you plan to apply the knowledge and skills gained through Future Business Leaders of America and Business Professionals of America involvement and enrollment in business courses? List any public speaking experiences and/or presentations: Do you have a job at the present time? Do you plan to work next school year? What are your goals upon graduation from high school? ************************************************************************************* Please initial the following statements indicating that you understand and agree: I am a Future Business Leaders of America member ___________ I am a Business Professionals of America member _____________ I understand the duties and responsibilities of the office I will hold __________ I will be able to travel as needed for duties of the office I will hold ___________ I understand that expenses for travel will be reimbursed according to the policies of the State of Tennessee Travel Regulations __________ I understand that I will uphold the Tennessee Future Business Leaders of America Officers Code of Conduct and will always present myself in a professional manner __________ I have permission from my guardians and school officials to attend: ____ (required) June Executive Committee Meeting ____ (required) Career and Technical Education (CTE) Conference ____ (required) Camp Clements Fall Leadership Camp ____ (required) Regional Meetings ____ (required) Winter Executive Council Meeting ____ (optional) Youth, Citizenship, & Government Seminar ____ (required) State Conference Executive Committee Meeting ____ (required) State Leadership Conference ____ (optional) National Leadership Conference ************************************************************************************* _____________________________________ ____________________________________ Candidate Signature & Date Adviser Signature & Date _____________________________________ ____________________________________ Administrator Signature & Date Parent/Guardian Signature & Date SPECIAL NEEDS FORM APPENDIX F 2011 FBLA STATE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE EVENT PARTICIPANTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS SERVICES FOR MEMBERS WITH DISABILITIES Members who have disabilities add an important dimension to the organization. They serve as models within the profession and to the students, as well as provide guidance concerning program needs, sensitivity, and accessibility. Please contact the national staff as soon as possible if you know of a delegate with a disability who may require special services. If one of your competitive event participants requires special needs due to a physical challenge, i.e., reader, guide, or signer, please indicate the need below. Participant's Name: Participant's School: Person To Contact For Further Information: Contact Person's Phone Number: Email Address: Event Entered: Special Need: Complete and return form postmarked on/before March 18, 2011 to Iris Hicks TN Department of Education 4th floor, Andrew Johnson Tower 710 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN 37243-0383 TN FBLA 2011 STATE CONFERENCE WORKSHEET APPENDIX G REGISTRATION WORKSHEET (This is Not the Official Registration – Online Conference Registration is REQUIRED) School Name School Address City State Zip Adviser Name School Phone Home Phone School Fax E-mail NUMBER = TOTAL REGISTRATION COST X ATTENDING DUE Registration – On Site Stay - $60 (Includes Banquet) $60.00 X $ Registration – Off Site Stay - $108 (Includes registration fee & $48 off-site stay charge) $108.00 X $ T-SHIRT PURCHASE small/medium/large/x-large - $10 each $10.00 X $ xx-large/xxx-large - $12 each $12.00 X $ You must submit the Official T-shirt order form (with sizes) to the State Office on/before March 18th in order to receive pins! ADDITIONAL PIN PURCHASE conference registrants receive a pin at registration You must submit the Official Pin order form to the th State Office by March 18 in order to receive pins! $1.00 X Guest for: Conference (Attends all Conference Sessions) $35.00 *Hotel Block ONLY (Name tag only) - $7 $7.00 REGISTRATION TOTAL WHO’S WHO IN FBLA APPENDIX H APPLICATION FOR FBLA WHO’S WHO (State Level) (To be completed by Chapter’s Who’s Who nominee and FBLA State Officers) Note: Must have completed the Future Level of the Business Achievement Award NAME M/F DATE ADDRESS DATE OF BIRTH AGE GRADE CITY STATE ZIP PARENT/GUARDIAN’S NAME SCHOOL ADVISER(S) PRINCIPAL CHAPTER NUMBER YEARS OF PARTICIPATION IN FBLA GRADE POINT AVERAGE LIST ALL ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATED WITH FBLA: *Please note all FBLA activities attended at the local, state, and national levels and itemize your participation at each. List all competitive events in which you have participated. Itemize participation in other leadership activities and explain if/how FBLA has enhanced your leadership skills in those activities. Attach a sheet of paper if additional space is needed. SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION & APPLICATIONS APPENDIX I Dr. Bill Radcliff Scholarship The Dr. Bill Radcliff Scholarship was established to assist students who intend to pursue a four- year college program in the Business and Information Technology field. This State Conference Scholarship will be awarded at the FBLA State Leadership Conference to one of the nine regional Dr. Bill Radcliff Scholarship winners. The amounts for the scholarship will be determined by the State Executive Committee and will be based on the amount of money in the Scholarship Fund. The scholarship stipends are paid on a one-time basis to the registrar or admission's office of the institution or college you plan to attend and are non-renewable. The scholarship must be used during the year for which it was presented, or it will be awarded to the alternate winner. Since this event is state only, the participant does not advance to the National Leadership Conference. Jared Bryant Scholarship The Jared Bryant Scholarship was established to assist students who do not intend to pursue a four-year Business and Information Technology curriculum but do plan further training beyond high school. This education could include business college, vocational school, or one- or two-year programs at a college or university. This Scholarship will be awarded to the winner at the FBLA State Leadership Conference. The amounts for each scholarship will be determined by the State Executive Committee and will be based on the amount of money in the Scholarship Fund. The scholarship stipends are paid on a one-time basis to the registrar or admission's office of the institution or college you plan to attend and are non-renewable. The scholarship must be used during the year for which it was presented, or it will be awarded to the alternate winner. Andy Vanosdale Microsoft Technology Scholarship The Technology Scholarship was established to assist students who intend to pursue a four-year college program in an engineering or computer science field. This Scholarship will be awarded to the winner at the FBLA State Leadership Conference. The amounts for the scholarship will be determined by the State Executive Committee and will be based on the amount of money in the Scholarship fund. The Scholarship stipends are paid four times over four years to the registrar or admission’s office of the institution or college the student plans to attend. The Scholarship is renewable, but contingent upon the following guidelines: the student must have declared an engineering or computer science major with the college, maintain a declaration in an engineering or computer science major, and maintain a 2.0 out of a 4.0 (or 3.0 out of a 5.0) grade point average at the end of each year. The State Executive Committee recognizes that some colleges do not allow a student to declare an engineering or computer science major without taking prerequisite courses. The recipient will receive the first year’s stipend. If, however, the recipient is unable to declare an engineering or computer science major at the beginning of the second year, the remaining Scholarship funds will be returned back to the fund and used for future recipients. The recipient will submit a copy of his/her transcript to the State Executive Council at the end of each semester for verification of requirements. The State Executive Council reserves the right to revoke the Scholarship for any reason. FBLA SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM Check One: Dr. Bill Radcliff Scholarship (four year degree) – Regional Qualification Required Jared Bryant Scholarship (one to two year technical, community college or Jr. college degree) Technology Scholarship (four year college program in an engineering/computer science field) Name FIRST NAME MIDDLE INITIAL LAST NAME Home Address STREET AND/OR PO BOX NUMBER CITY STATE ZIP CODE Date of Birth Adviser Name FIRST NAME MIDDLE INITIAL LAST NAME Home Address STREET AND/OR PO BOX NUMBER CITY STATE ZIP CODE School Name School Address STREET AND/OR PO BOX NUMBER CITY STATE ZIP CODE Inclusive dates you were an active FBLA member FBLA Activities (Offices held, Committees Served, Honors Won, Chapter Participation, etc.) Use additional sheets of paper if necessary. Other Activities (Youth groups, Civic Organizations, Social Organizations, Class Programs, and/or other groups or organizations, etc. (include offices held, honors won, etc.) Use additional sheets of paper if necessary. What do you think are the most important things you have gained by being enrolled in the Business and Information Education program? Give the names and addresses of two personal references: 1. Name: Address: City, State, Zip 2. Name: Address: City, State, Zip Name & address of post-secondary technical school, college or university you plan to attend. Application Date to above post-secondary institute? Date of Acceptance to above post-secondary institute? Explain your planned program of study, educational aims, career objectives, and ambitions. Explain in your own words your need for scholarship aid and your overall plan for financing your college education. Describe any employment you have had during and after school or during vacations: Signature of Applicant: ____________________________________________________ When the two scholarships are awarded at the FBLA State Conference, winners must have the appropriate office verify enrollment and provide the name, address, and what office the check should be made payable to. This information should be immediately forwarded to the FBLA Youth Consultant. The scholarships check to the institution with a copy to the awardees. Application must be received in State Office on/before March 18, 2011. Mail to: Iris Hicks Tennessee Department of Education th 4 Floor, Andrew Johnson Tower 710 James Robertson Parkway Nashville, TN 37243 CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP APPENDIX I Office of Student Financial Services Cumberland University Phone: 615.547.1355 One Cumberland Square Fax: 615.444.2569 Lebanon, TN 37087 www.cumberland.edu FBLA Scholarships Cumberland University will offer up to five renewable $2,000 FBLA Scholarships at the 2011 Tennessee FBLA State Conference. FBLA SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA Application for FBLA Scholarship (see page 2). Minimum high school grade point average of 3.25. A copy of high school transcript(s) must accompany the Application for FBLA Scholarship. ACT score of a 25 or above. A copy of the ACT score must accompany the Application. Personal Essay (see page 2). Applications must be received by March 13, 2011. No application will be considered after this date. How to renew scholarships Scholarships are automatically renewed for students who maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA in core classes (developmental coursework will not be included in calculating overall GPA for maintaining the scholarship). SELECTION PROCESS Selection will be based on (1) the Application for FBLA Scholarship, (2) High School Grade Point Average, (3) ACT Score, and (4) Personal Essay. Applications must be received by March 13, 2011 to be considered. Qualified students must plan to attend Cumberland University. FBLA scholarships will be awarded at the FBLA Conference, if possible. HOW TO APPLY Interested students must submit the (1) Application for FBLA Scholarship, (2) copy of high school transcript, (3) copy of ACT score, (4) an essay using the prompt attached, and (5) an Application for Admission to Cumberland University (CU) (if not already on file). APPLICATION FOR FBLA SCHOLARSHIP Name Mailing Address Telephone Email School District Do you plan to earn a degree? Do you plan to enroll Full time Part time Beginning Fall Spring Summer Are you a permanent resident of the U. S.? Do you plan to live on campus? Do you have any relatives who attended or graduated from CU? Please list senior year courses: 1st Semester 2nd Semester Please list extracurricular activities PERSONAL ESSAY Please complete the following requirement. On plain bond paper, typed and double spaced, address one of the following topics in a 300 or more word essay: o Think of a value or character trait that is important in your own life and describe a time when you tried to act according to that value or character trait. How well did you do? What might you do differently next time and why? o What is the greatest challenge you have faced? How has that experience prepared you for the challenges you are likely to encounter in college? o CU has a diverse campus where many different religious beliefs, cultural backgrounds, learning styles and racial and national origins are represented. Based on your past experience, what difficulties do you think such an environment might present? What opportunities? PIN ORDER FORM APPENDIX J Tennessee 2011 Trading Pin Order your pins to trade at National Leadership Conference 2011 in Nashville and to give to Chapter members not attending the State Conference. The profits from the sale of pins will assist first and second place winners (or representative) with National expense. Return form to Joyce Dykes on/before March 18, 2011! School Name Adviser(s) E-mail Telephone Quantity Cost Total @ $1.00 each Return this order form with your check (payable Future Business Leaders of America- FBLA) on/before March 18, 2011. Fax form to Joyce Dykes at 615-532-8226 E-mail: Joyce.Dykes@tn.gov T-SHIRT ORDER FORM APPENDIX K Return form to Joyce Dykes on/before March 18, 2011! School Name Adviser(s) E-mail Telephone Don’t forget to send in your t-shirts order - *T-Shirts will be picked up during registration. Return this order form with your check made payable to Future Business Leaders of America-FBLA) on/before March 18, 2011. Fax to Joyce Dykes at 615-532-8226. E-mail Joyce.Dykes@tn.gov . Shirt Size How Many Cost Totals Adult Small x $10 Adult Medium x $10 Adult Large x $10 Adult X-Large x $10 Adult XX-Large x $12 Adult XXX-Large x $12 Total Cost of T-Shirts HOTEL REGISTRATION INFORMATION APPENDIX L Hotel reservations for 2009-2011 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Conference may be made by going to the web link www.housingweb.net and entering the 5 digit code 10041. You will receive an e-mail acknowledgment informing you that your request has been received. However, you will not receive a confirmation from the hotel until after March 18, 2011 when the Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau (CCVB) will forward your reservation(s) to the hotel. The CCVB will process all registration requests on a first-come, first- served basis. Only official online registration(s) will be accepted. Reservations WILL NOT BE accepted by telephone. Please complete all information requested and make sure that your e- mail address is correct. Hotel reservations may be made beginning on Friday, February 18, 2011 through midnight on Friday, March 18, 2011. All updates, cancellations and changes MUST be made directly with the hotel after the midnight, March 18, 2011 deadline. NOTE: You may feel confident after you receive the CCVB acknowledgment that your hotel room(s) will be reserved at the hotel listed on the acknowledgment. Advisers, please reserve the number of rooms that you need in housingweb.net under your name and please enter ALL occupants for each room requested. Example: Cathy Jones needs ten rooms. Room 1 First Name Last Name ADVISER, Jane Doe John Doe Susie Doe Ron Doe Room 2 First Name Last Name Sam Doe Amy Doe Johnny Doe Ronny Doe Room 3 – Room 10 etc. All rates are subject to 9.25% sales tax and 8% occupancy tax unless a tax exempt form is submitted and lodging is paid by school check or school credit card. Please mail your tax exempt form directly to the hotel noted on your reservation. The tax exempt form exempts the group from sales tax ONLY, not the 8% occupancy tax. You must include the 8% occupancy tax per day per room when you are requesting a check from your school or organization. If you require further assistance, please contact: Carolyn Miller, Director of Convention Services and Housing 1-800-964-5600, Extension 3016 email@example.com The Tennessee Association of Future Business Leaders of America requests that you please reserve rooms at the designated Future Business Leaders of America hotels listed. These hotels have given Tennessee FBLA meeting space and other concessions that help keep costs of the convention lower. A current, completed tax-exempt form should be mailed with your hotel registration to avoid paying state sales tax. The 8% local tax applies to all rooms. If using a tax-exempt form, payment must be made with a check or credit card from the organization that is tax exempt. Cash, personal check or personal credit card CANNOT be honored for the tax exemption. It is important to bring a back-up copy of your hotel registration and tax exempt form even though you mailed one with registration. IF NO TAX-EXEMPT FORM IS SENT WITH ROOM REGISTRATION, YOU MUST PAY THE HOTEL ROOM RATE PER NIGHT + 9.25% SALES TAX + 8% LOCAL SALES TAX. HOTEL RESERVATIONS OPEN March 1, 2011. HOTEL RESERVATIONS DEADLINE IS MARCH 18, 2011. All hotel assignments will be provided by the housing bureau (Chattanooga Convention Visitors Bureau) and no reservations for this conference will be accepted by the hotel directly. Reservations must be received by midnight, March 18, 2011 (EST). The hotel requires one night’s room and tax per room for an initial deposit (must be sent with room registration). You may choose to send the entire pre-payment with your room reservations. The hotel cancellation policy is 72 hours. It is critical that you cancel any room 72 hours in advance to avoid any charges. Before canceling rooms, please contact Kara B. Burkett at Kara.Burkett@tn.gov. Hotel Reservation Information (more detailed info in Appendix L) Hotel Cost Parking Marriott Hotel Run of House 116.00 10.00 Double/Double 116.00 10.00 Sheraton Reed House Queen Bed/Queen Bed 135.00 12.00 King Suite 135.00 12.00 Chattanoogan Hotel double/double 146.00 8.00 Chattanooga Choo Choo Double/Double 100.00 0.00 Double Tree Queen Bed/Queen Bed 129.00 7.00 Holiday Inn Express Queen Bed/Queen Bed 129.00 0.00 Marriott Courtyard Queen Bed/Queen Bed 139.00 8.00 Note tax is 17.25% which includes both state and local taxes. State tax which is 9.25% would be deducted with a tax exempt form which must be sent with payment. Local tax of 8% would apply to all rooms All hotel rooms must be reserved by use of the online registration, March 1-18, 2011. No fax, e- mail, or phone calls will be accepted. A Tax Exempt form from the school must be submitted with a copy of the online hotel registration. Reservations will be made on a first-come first-served basis. Your check for payment MUST be from the same organization providing the tax- exempt form. MASQUERADE BALL APPENDIX M Unmask Your Potential Masquerade Ball Tuesday, April 5, 2011 Following the Awards Ceremony Semi-formal/Formal or Dressy Business Attire Everyone Bring your own elegant half-mask! We are expecting beautifully adorned masks! (No macabre masks will be allowed) At least one adviser per school must be present at the ball. TALENT SHOW APPENDIX N SHARE YOUR TALENT & WIN CASH PRIZES! Complete the registration form submit with your audition video and/or CD and lyrics via e-mail or standard mail to: Art Yasso Oakland High School 2225 Patriot Drive Murfreesboro, TN 37130 firstname.lastname@example.org Guidelines for the Video On the video, you must be dressed in the EXACT attire and using the same lyrics and props that you will be using during the performance. Excessively revealing or provocative dress is NOT allowed. Your act is limited to 2-3 minutes. You must provide your own music, props, etc. Use of profane language or reference to inappropriate subjects is NOT allowed. BRING AN ADDITIONAL COPY OF YOUR OWN MUSIC AND/OR CD TO STATE CONFERENCE. If any of the above listed guidelines are not followed, the contestant or group will be immediately disqualified. You will be contacted by the end of March if you are selected as a finalist in the talent show. For questions about the talent show, contact: Art Yasso by email: email@example.com (615) 904-3780 Deadline for Registering Friday, March 18, 2011 NO EXCEPTIONS TALENT SHOW COMPETITION REGISTRATION SHEET Contact Person’s Name Participant(s) Name Address Contact Phone Number Contact E-Mail Name of the Act Name of Song(s) (If Needed) Description of the Act Name____________________________ School___________________________ 5 4 3 2 1 Total Stage Presence Engages Audience Quality Creativity/Originality Time Appearance GRAND TOTAL GOLD SEAL CHAPTER AWARD OF MERIT appendix O The Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit is awarded to Future Business Leaders of America chapters that have actively participated in projects and programs identified with the goals of FBLA. Up to 15 percent of the state’s local chapters may receive this award at the National Leadership Conference. (Chapter Certificate of Recognition and ribbons for all delegates attending the National Leadership Conference). Chapter officers and members should make the Gold Seal Chapter Award of Merit one of the primary goals of their local chapter. The award period is from the beginning of the previous FBLA or BPA state conference until the beginning of the current FBLA conference. Eligibility Active local chapter applications must be submitted for evaluation prior to the state leadership conference. All chapters recognized at the state conference will be nominated by the state chair and be on record in the national center as having paid dues by March 1 of the current school year in order to be recognized at the national conference. Guidelines The local chapter adviser must complete the entry form and certify that the chapters listed have met their state’s Gold Seal Award of Merit criteria. (Submit documentation) Chapter: _________________________________________Chapter No. ____________________ Address: _____________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip Code _______________________________Adviser: _______________________ Required Activity Entered the Local Chapter Annual Business Report in state competition The item Yes or N0 MUST BE completed to be considered for this award. Chapters that do not submit the Local Chapter Annual Business Report for the state competitive event will be disqualified. Paid initial state and national dues by October 20. Yes or No Suggested Additional Activities Max Pts Points Conducted projects or programs identified with the goals of FBLA-PBL (Include in 10X_____= Annual Report) (10 points per activity) itemize promotional activities Recruited professional members (5 points each) 5X_____= Sent officers and adviser(s) to Camp Clements 10 Sent representatives to the State Fall Leadership Conference 10 Sent representatives to the National Fall Leadership Conference 10 Sent representatives to the National Leadership Conference 20 Sent representatives to the Tennessee Regional Leadership Conference 20 Sent representatives to the Tennessee State Leadership Conference 20 Participated in the Business Achievement Awards Program (5 points per level, per 5X_____= participant) Attach list with member name and level, Ex. Future Award, etc.. Promoted FBLA during National Career and Technical Education Week, National 10X_____= Business Education Week, FBLA Emphasis Week, and American Enterprise Week. Include in Annual Report (10 points per activity) itemize promotional activities Had Officer(s) serving on the Regional Executive Committee 5 Suggested Additional Activities Max Points Points Had Officer(s) serving on the State Executive Committee 10 Run a candidate for regional/state office 5 Conducted activities related to the current State Projects, i.e. Governor’s Books 10X_____= from Birth Foundation, Other Literacy Project(s), Increasing Membership (10 points each) Encourage other schools to organize FBLA middle school and high school 10X_____= chapters through reactivated or recruited of new FBLA chapters. Attach list school(s) contacted. (10 points for each chapter) Served as a mentor to local chapters Document assistance given. (Ex. E-mail or 10X_____= written paragraph description of each activity) (10 points for each chapter you have assisted) Participated in state and national March of Dimes project) Itemize activity and 20X ____= accomplishments (20 points each) Other service activities, such as working with the Ronald Mc Donald House Coke 10X_____= Tabs, Tennessee Organ Donors Organization (10 pts each) Have a Local Business Advisory Council and/or an affiliation with Chamber of 10X_____= Commerce, other business affiliations (10 points for one) Involvement of business and professional men and women in chapter activities, 5X_____= such as workshop presenters, speakers, tour guides, etc. (5 points for each activity) Plan visits to business and industry (5 points each) 5X_____= Conducted financial development projects, if allowed by school administration (5 5X_____= points each) Invited businesspersons and other professionals to become involved in chapter 3X_____= activities attach documentation (3 point per activity) Promoted FBLA-PBL. attach promotional materials (10 pts for each one) 10X_____= Conducted a public relations program in the school and community. attach 10X_____= documentation (10 points for each activity) Sent news items for the FBLA regional/state newsletters with newspaper other 5X_____= newspaper clippings and reports of radio/TV coverage attach copy(s) or description if radio or TV coverage (5 points each) Nominated a Businessperson of the Year 5 Nominated and Outstanding Local Adviser 5 Nominated a Who’s Who Candidate 5 Submit an Outstanding Chapter application to National. Attach copy 10X_____= Donated baskets for Silent Auction (5 point each, 20 points maximum) 5X_____= Entered State Leadership Conference T-shirt, Pin, and Program Cover Events (5 5X_____= points per event) Contributed to the Jared Bryant Scholarship Fund 10 Contributed to the Bill Radcliff Scholarship 10 Other: Upon receipt of nominations, the state office records will be audited for adherence to the regulations. Please note: All entries meeting the required guidelines will be recognized at the state level. The 15% that will be forwarded to the national office will be based on the chapters with the high score. All chapter forwarded to the national office are recognized if all the required criteria is met. ADVISER OF THE YEAR APPENDIX P This award honors an FBLA Adviser who has made outstanding contributions to the association at the local, state and/or national levels. ELIGIBILITY State Eligibility: Chapters may nominate one adviser for the Tennessee FBLA Adviser of the Year for recognition at the State Leadership Conference. The participant must have an active chapter with local, state, and national dues paid by the Regional Leadership Conference. A previous winner at the state/national level should not enter this event. REGULATION Each candidate must complete an application for Tennessee FBLA Adviser of the Year Application. The application will be turned in by the predetermine date prior to the state conference. PROCEDURE Criteria used for selection of the nominee will follow that outlined on the Rating Sheet. Tennessee FBLA's Adviser of the Year will be recognized at the National Leadership Conference. Selection of winner will be made at the State Leadership Conference. JUDGING A panel of judges will select the winner based on the applications. All judges' decisions are final. AWARDS The Adviser of the Year will be recognized at the State Leadership conference and at the National conference. TENNESSEE OUTSTANDING LOCAL ADVISER Nomination Form Check One: ML FBLA Receipt Deadline: March 18, 2011 The adviser named below has made outstanding contributions to the association at the local, state and national levels and is our state’s selection for the Outstanding Local Adviser Award. Nominator Signature Date School Adviser Name: School: Address: FBLA would like to send a letter recognizing the adviser’s selection to his/her school. Please provide us with the contact information for the direct supervisor or institutional head as appropriate. Name: Address: Does the adviser plan to attend the SLC? Yes No Names of outstanding local advisers will be recognized at the SLC. To be included, this form must be received by the deadline indicated above. Application For Local Adviser of the Year Name of M F Date: Adviser: School: Address: Principal Chapter Number: Total Years of Participation FBLA/BPA: Years Teaching: List all activities associated with FBLA and/or BPA to include number of State and National Conferences attended, state and national officers, etc: _______________________________________ Signature of Local President BUSINESSPERSON OF THE YEAR APPENDIX Q This event recognizes outstanding business leaders from the private business sector throughout the state who have contributed to the success of Tennessee Future Business Leaders of America on the local level. ELIGIBILITY State Eligibility: Each chapter may enter one (1) person in Local Chapter Businessperson of the Year event at the Regional Leadership Conference. The nominees must be members of the private business sector. REGULATIONS 1. The nominees must be a member of the business community. Persons who are full-time employees of educational institutions or departments of education shall not be nominated for the award; such nominees will be disqualified. 2. Nominees must not have been state winner to this event at a previous FBLA State Leadership Conference. 3. The entry form must be completed by the local chapter and received with each nominee's biographical sketch form by the designated date. PROCEDURE Criteria for selection of nominees at the local level should include: 1. Years of participation in FBLA (BPA) activities 2. Promotion of FBLA (BPA) through presentations and seminars 3. Contribution to chapter projects and activities 4. Financial assistance to local and/or state chapter(s) AWARDS All nominees will receive a certificate of recognition at the State Leadership Conference. The winner of the Businessperson of the year will be Tennessee's representative on the National Level. FBLA Regional/State— Businessperson of the Year STATE EVENT ENTRY FORM Complete and/or attach the information requested below. 1. Summary (no more than one page) of the nominee’s specific chapter involvement. 2. Nominee’s resume. 3. This form, with the two attachments above, must be submitted at the registration desk. Nominates the following for Business Person of the Year. (School) Nominee's Name: Title: Company: Address: City/State/ZIP: Business Phone #: Will this person be attending the RLC? Yes No If regional winner, will this person be attending the SLC? Yes No If YES, would he/she be interested in judging an event? Yes No OR presenting a workshop? Yes No If YES, give an event preference or workshop topic, if any Name of person submitting nomination who may be contacted for more information. Name Daytime Phone # CANNED TAB VERIFICATION APPENDIX R FBLA CANNED TAB VERIFICATION FORM All FBLA chapters in Tennessee have been asked to donate gallon containers of canned tabs to the Ronald McDonald House. The three schools that collect the greatest number of gallons of canned tabs from the ending of one state conference to the beginning of the next state conference will be recognized as a winner at the most recent State conference. There are two choices on how these canned tabs can be delivered to Ronald McDonald House for can tab credit for State Conference can tab competition: (1) bring all gallon containers of canned tabs to the State Conference OR (2) pre-deliver all gallon containers of canned tabs to a Ronald McDonald House (This form must be completed and turned in at State Conference to receive State credit for competitive events purposes). Can tabs delivered to Tennessee Ronald McDonald Houses located in Nashville Knoxville Memphis Chattanooga School Name Number of Gallons of Canned Tabs Delivered ______________________________________ Signature of Ronald McDonald House Official Date: ________________________________ MARCH OF DIMES WALK APPENDIX S walk for babies Tuesday, April 5th, 3-4:30 p.m. Meet outside at the back entrance to convention center - in front of Staybridge Hotel wear your state conference shirt $1 donation requested MARCH OF DIMES PRETTIEST BABY EVENT APPENDIX T Does your chapter have the cutest baby picture? Choose the best baby picture from your chapter members Decorate a bottle no larger than twelve inches tall and three inches wide and include the picture No identifying information may be on the bottle All money collected will go to the March of Dimes The winning chapter will receive a certificate Please Note: All baby bottles will be available for pick up from the conference headquarters after the closing session.
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