Continuing Education 3400 Pershall Road St. Louis, MO 63135-1408 Healthy American Summit Please charge fees to: q Discover Card q MasterCard q Visa Card No. ______________________ Expiration Date: ________ ______________________ Signature Mail to: St. Louis Community College Continuing Education 11333 Big Bend Road St. Louis, MO 63122-5720 Friday, Oct. 30, 2009 Student Center Multipurpose Room St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley 3400 Pershall Road, St. Louis, MO 63135-1408 Co-sponsored by: Family & Consumer Sciences, Physical Education, Continuing Education, Center for Teaching & Learning, and North County CARES Course No. 500 Section No. street 11343 Course Reference No. 1st & 2nd Choices city 1st & 2nd Choices Annual Healthy American Summit Course Title Make Breakout Choices: Session I: A-D ______/_______ Session II: E-H ______/_______ HEAL:765 Please make check payable to St. Louis Community College. state Fall 2009 middle zip 10/30/09 Date $40 Fees Home Telephone ___________________ Work Telephone ______________________ Email __________________ Mailing Address ________________________________________________________________________________ last Mail Registration Form (Please use ink and print) Student ID No./Social Security No. _________________________ _ Name ________________________________________________________________________________________ first Nutrition, Health and Wellness Sustaining Families: Instructional Resources Physical Education Service (includes Campus Police) Student Center Science-Mathematics Social Sciences Theatre Training Center IR PE S SC SM SS T TC Administration Business Communications Child Development Center Engineering Emerson Center for Engineering & Manufacturing Humanities A B C CDC E EC H 4th Annual St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley 4th Annual Healthy American Summit Sustaining Families: Nutrition, Health and Wellness 8:30 to 9 a.m. Registration Check-In (Preregistration required) 9 to 10:30 a.m. Welcome & Keynote Noon to 12:45 p.m. 12:45 to 1:45 p.m. Chef Brigitta McGreal Chair, Career and Technical Education Culinary Arts Instructor Bolingbrook High School Take charge of your health, your life and your future as you learn the principles of quick and healthy gourmet cooking. The chefs will focus on preparing gourmet, quick and very healthful meals that actually taste good! Learn how to incorporate healthy foods—that reduce cancer risk, diabetes, obesity, cholesterol and other illnesses—into your daily diet. 10:30 to 11 a.m. Break Educational Displays and Resources from: • American Dietetic Association • National Assn. for Education of Young Children 11 a.m. to noon Panel Presentation “Looking at St. Louis’ Unique Food Culture” Moderator: Sue Appelbaum, MEd, RD, LD Dietetic Technology St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley Panelists: Mildred Mattfieldt-Beman, Ph.D., RD, LD Dept. of Nutrition & Dietetics, Saint Louis University Kathy Noelker, Mgr., Ferguson Farmer’s Market Catherine Neville, Editor, Sauce Magazine Lori Willis, Director of Communications, Schnucks Supermarkets It is not solely the restaurant dining experience, but extends to food producers, distributors and media/education that are a part of the Gateway City’s food experience. The panel will share what is new and current trends happening in the food industry in St. Louis. Box Lunch Breakout Session I (Select your 1st and 2nd choices) 2 to 3 p.m. Creating a practical fitness circuit in your home setting—for the whole family—is easier than you think! Cindy Campbell Physical Education St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley B. “Communication in a Wired World: Be Safe, Be Smart” Stacy Hollins Information Systems St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley C . “Herbs: From Garden to Kitchen” From big plots to little pots, learn how to grow and use herbs to enliven your cooking and environment. Michelle “Mike” Ochonicky Master Gardener/Art Editor, The Healthy Planet (St. Louis’ green & natural living publication) D. “Healthy Family Finances in Economically Challenging Times” Financial tips for tough times will be discussed to help you plan for a healthy lifestyle. Jeff Forrest Business Administration St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley 1:45 to 2 p.m. Break ‘Going green’ in the 21st century is vital to everyone—find out about projects that incorporate sustainable materials and ecofriendly products for your students or home. ‘Recycle, Reuse, Reconstruct, Redesign’ Billie Perrin Lynn Alkire Family and Consumer Sciences University of Central Missouri F. “Healthy Choices—Healthy Relationships” Learn Internet safety tips for all family members—children, teens and adults. Breakout Session II (Select your 1st and 2nd choices) E. “Going Green in FACS Programs and Your Home” A. “Family Fun and Fitness at Home Using Household Items” “Cooking for a Longer Life” Chef Michael McGreal CEC, CCE, CHE, FMP, CHA, MCFE Chair, Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management Joliet Junior College Lunch, Displays and Book Signing Help youth gain strong relationship-building skills through new activity-based materials. Designed for those working with youth, such as health or FACS teachers, before/ after school staff and other community youth organization leaders. Nancy Lenk The Dibble Institute G. “Stretch Your Way to Health and Wellness” How and why exercise and daily activity are important for lifelong benefits. Bill Lochmann Physical Education St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley H. “Healthy Food Choices, Small Budgets and ‘Greening’ the Planet” Teach students or clients wise shopping practices to obtain the most nutrition for the money—and make choices that save the environment. Almut Stephen Marino, MS, RD, LD, CC Dietetic Instructor and Chef Lecturer 3:15 to 4 p.m. Tour Option Child Development Laboratory Center on campus open for tours of the program To Register for the Summit: 1.MAIL: Complete the registration form. Use one registration form per participant. Mail registration form(s) and payment to: Continuing Education St. Louis Community College 11333 Big Bend Road St. Louis, MO 63122-5720 OR 2.CALL: 314-984-7777. Telephone registration can be completed with a credit card. You must give your choices for the breakout sessions. NOTE: Space is limited—REGISTER EARLY! Afternoon breakout sessions will be filled in the order of the registrations received. Please list your 1st and 2nd choices for Session I, and your 1st and 2nd choices for Session II. Questions? Call 314-513-4891. Registration deadline is Oct. 23, 2009. 4½ CEU/clock hours certificate given. ADA and DMA CEUs have been requested. 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