February 24, 2011
10:30am - 2:00pm
Hilton Garden Inn
3720 North Reserve Street
Missoula, MT 59808
10am-12:30pm: Check-In, Silent Auction, Vendor Tables
11am-12pm: Breakout Sessions (details below)
Soup Course: Gazpacho of Bell Peppers, Strawberry & Marscapone Cheese Cream, and Asiago Crisp
Entree: Tomato Tart, Slow-Poached Salmon, Arugula Herb Salad, and a Gazpacho Dressing
Dessert: Strawberry Shortcake (British Style)
Dayle Hayes is an award-winning author, educator and nutrition coach. In her writing and presentations, she brings a delightful blend of practicality and pizzazz to everyday nutrition advice. Her creativity and common sense have made her a sought-after speaker and workshop leader for professional and consumer groups across the country.
As a parent, nutritionist and member of the School Nutrition Association, Dayle is dedicated to improving school nutrition environments. She collected dozens of school success stories for Making it Happen, a joint project of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
From her home base in Big Sky country – Billings, Montana – Ms. Hayes writes a newspaper column and appears frequently on TV and over radio as a nutrition expert. She has been quoted in USA Today, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Prevention, Fitness, Shape, Self, and numerous other publications. She has authored or co-authored Moving Away from Diets and Put Your Best Food Forward; developed a program for parents, “Fit Kids = Happy Kids”; created a game, “5 A Day BINGO”; and produced several videos, including Body Trust: Undieting Your Way to Health and Happiness.
In recognition of her leadership and professional dedication, she has received numerous honors and awards, including Montana Dietitian of the Year, an Excellence in Nutrition Education Award, and the American Dietetic Association Excellence in Consultation and Business Practice Award.
From 1992 to 1998, Ms. Hayes served on The American Dietetic Association’s Board of Directors where she chaired the Public Initiative Team and Technology Task Force. She is also past president of the Montana Dietetic Association. She graduated summa cum laude from University of Massachusetts-Boston and received an M.S. degree in community health education from University of Massachusetts – Amherst.
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