Michigan Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Annual Meeting and Program was held on July 28-29, 2005, at the Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center, Roscommon, Michigan.
2005 Annual Meeting pictures:
Sr. Ann Gabriel. Kilsdonk (left) receives 2005 Outstanding Professional award from President Joy Jacobs.
Doris Wetters (left) receives recognition plaque for 50 years of membership in AAFCS/MAFCS from President Joy Jacobs.
Michigan Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Annual Meeting and Program was held on Thursday, July 8, 2004, in the Lafayette Square Dining Room, Brody Residence Hall Complex, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.
Links to 2004 Annual Meeting pictures:
Donna Hensey, M.A., C.F.C.S., United Dairy Industries of Michigan, was named Home Economist of the Year. She also presented an informative program, "Children's Health Paradox: Overweight Yet Undernourished"
Beth Moore, Michigan State University Extension Specialist, spoke on: "Making the Case for Family and Consumer Science Education Programs: Addressing Policy and Decision Makers.
Mary Andrews, Ph.D.. Director International Extension Programs, Michigan State University Extension and Dorothy West, Ph.D., Chair Department of Social Science, Lithuanian Christian College, presented ways to contribute to world peace and development in: "Our Shrinking World: Are You Part of It?"
Linda Cupp, Michigan State University and Linda K. Good, Ph.D., Michigan State University shared their experiences in "Roughing it in Russia...Pampered in Poland: A Retail Distribution Study Abroad Program".
Mary Mitchell, Western Michigan University senior and William Perrine, M.A., Western Michigan University were enthusiastic about their experiences in "Textile and Apparel Studies Abroad".
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