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1 We will begin shortly.

2 FHA-HERO: The California Affiliate of FCCLA Preparing for the 2013 State Leadership Meeting & State Finals WEBINAR

3 66 th Annual State Leadership Meeting April 20-23, 2013 Ontario, CA Events for Voting Delegates Industry Tours Leadership & Career Development Activities Region Cheerapalooza Recycled Garment Fashion Show Special Event for Membership Increases

4 SLM Registration Reminders Cont. Advisors must bring a completed Participants Conduct & Responsibilities form (parent permission form) for EVERY SINGLE STATE MEETING STUDENT PARTICIPANT. Turn them in at the FHA-HERO registration desk in Ontario. Log-in to chapter account, print SLM registration, email corrections to Tom Munter. Next week, go in and sign up for choices (workshops, industry tours, vegetarian meals).

5 Hotel Registration Hotel reservations are being made in overflow hotels. Must show hotel confirmation at FHA-HERO registration desk at the SLM. If you still need hotel accommodations email tommunter@excellenceinpresentations.com

6 Traveling to SLM Air-fly to the Ontario Airport Train-Contact Amtrak…arrive early. Shuttle Service- Free hotel shuttle service to airport. Private Auto/Bus-Complimentary parking at the hotel not at the convention center.

7 Chapter Management Create a Chapter Advisor Binder Create a Chapter Advisor Binder Use the SLM online materials Use the SLM online materials Include: Include: hotel confirmation hotel confirmation rooming list rooming list school permission slips school permission slips emergency card emergency card Copy of CRE competitors identification items Copy of CRE competitors identification items

8 Chapter Management Conduct Conduct make FHA-HERO make FHA-HERO and your school and your school proud! proud! Etiquette Etiquette dining dining tipping tipping behavior in hotel behavior in hotel

9 Dress Requirements Official Dress General sessions Region meetings CREs State & Region Officers Traveling to SLM Available at: Shop FHA-HERO Official Dress Consists of: Official Red Blazer with Emblem Patch White Blouse/Dress Shirt Navy Skirt/Dress Slacks Dress Shoes Dress Socks/Hosiery Navy Tie (males & officers)

10 Sample Official Dress Items

11 Required Dress Official Casual Cheerapalooza Leadership & Career Development Workshops Industry Tours College & Career Fair Chapter Members Traveling to SLM Go to: Shop FHA-HERO

12 Dress Requirement Exception: Banquet & Ball Suggested Attire: Dress up attire, Sunday Best or Formals – keep in classy and appropriate!

13 Dress Requirements No Jeans

14 Chaperoning Responsibility of Chapter Advisors and or designated chaperone's from individual schools. Advisors should know where students are at all times Members who are not in competition are expected to attend all of the planned events each day.

15 Nightly Chapter Meetings 15-20 minutes to review program for next day. Remind students to attend each session daily. Remind students that attendance will be recorded at workshops, industry tours, and delegate committees. Advisors will receive attendance reports at the end.

16 Chapter Pins Chapter will exchange pins during the entire meeting this year. Chapter will exchange pins during the entire meeting this year. Bring 10 or more pins per student. Bring 10 or more pins per student.

17 Red Pride Essay Contest A special essay contest was held this year designed to give FHA-HERO members an opportunity to express the pride they have in FHA-HERO. Share ideas and expressions with others. Check out the special instructions and rules included online with the state meeting materials to encourage future participation. Encourage chapter members to participate!

18 Happenings at SLM Industry Tours Monday-all new options Industry Tours Monday-all new options College and Career Fair- many new vendors College and Career Fair- many new vendors Recycled Garment Fashion Show Recycled Garment Fashion Show Red Pride Essay Contest Red Pride Essay Contest Cheerapalooza Session Cheerapalooza Session New Voting Delegate Responsibilities New Voting Delegate Responsibilities Competitions held Saturday, Sunday, Monday Competitions held Saturday, Sunday, Monday Mini-competitions Mini-competitions Student Committees Student Committees

19 FHA-HERO Industry Tours Graber Olive House Ontario Mills Outlet

20 College and Career Fair

21 2013 Recycled Garment Fashion Show Contest Open for 10 th -12 th grade students who are not competing in a State Finals CRE. Participants will design and construct a garment from recycled materials and present their design on a model during the Fashion Show.

22 Recycled Garment Fashion Show Contest 1 st – 3 rd place participants will be awarded cash prizes sponsored by worth a total of $500 1 st Place Winner will be awarded 3 Days of Fashion, a prize worth $250 NEW 1 st and 2 nd Place Winners will qualify to advance to the FCCLA Recycle and Redesign STAR Event

23 CRE Sponsors This year there is approximately $163,000 in cash prizes, scholarships, and merchandise available to FHA-HERO competitors.

24 Competitive Recognition Events Required documents needed by each competitor CRE Student Permission Form (chapter event not previously a competitor, FAX to our office ASAP at 916-319-0165 Attn. Tanya) CRE Student Permission Form (chapter event not previously a competitor, FAX to our office ASAP at 916-319-0165 Attn. Tanya) Photo ID Photo ID State Leadership Meeting Paraphernalia State Leadership Meeting Paraphernalia

25 CRE Suggestions Make a copy of each competitors documents. Make a copy of each competitors documents. Review competitors outlines, information sheets, recipes, etc. and make copies for your records. Review competitors outlines, information sheets, recipes, etc. and make copies for your records. Make sure your competitors would receive an A score from you on this project. Make sure your competitors would receive an A score from you on this project.

26 CRE Suggestions Have students review curriculum that relates to the following events which require exams: Apparel Construction Apparel Construction Menu Planning & Table Display Menu Planning & Table Display Salad Preparation Salad Preparation Commercial Foods Commercial Foods The exams are ALL updated this year.

27 CRE Exams All exams have True and False, Multiple Choice, Matching, and Fill-in the blank questions. Exam scores are reflected in the final score of the event.

28 CRE Exams Apparel Construction Topics: Stitches Stitches Fibers, Fabrics and Weaves Fibers, Fabrics and Weaves Pattern Layout and Symbol Identification Pattern Layout and Symbol Identification Sewing Machine Parts and Uses Sewing Machine Parts and Uses Seams and Finishes Seams and Finishes Pattern Envelope Identification Pattern Envelope Identification

29 CRE Exams Menu Planning & Table Display Topics: Nutrients and their functions (major and minor) Nutrients and their functions (major and minor) Meal Preferences (6 components of an appealing meal) Meal Preferences (6 components of an appealing meal) Identify parts of a place setting and the cover Identify parts of a place setting and the cover My Plate.gov and Dietary Intakes My Plate.gov and Dietary Intakes Menu Samples for specific dietary needs and ages Menu Samples for specific dietary needs and ages Types of Foods in a Food Group Types of Foods in a Food Group Sources of Vitamins and Minerals Sources of Vitamins and Minerals

30 CRE Exams Salad Preparation Topics: Nutrients and their functions (major and minor) Function of Salad Ingredients and Recipe Conversions Knife Techniques Healthy diets and caloric intake Different types of vegetables and their nutritional values Examples of different salads and the components of a salad Identify different types of salad dressings and functions of ingredients to make the dressing Food Safety and preparation related to salad preparation techniques MyPlate.gov Digestive System

31 CRE Exams Commercial Food Topics: Food Safety and Sanitation Foodborne illness and contaminates as found in the ServSafe curriculum HACCP Time and temperature control Parts of a knife and the metal used to make knives Knife cuts Industry Equipment Identification and Use Mother Sauce preparation Sources of nutrients and their function Define and/or describe food preparation techniques

32 CRE Event Reminders Common Oversights Apparel Construction Pattern pieces must be attached to the fabric and fabric previously cut out prior to competition. Twenty minutes (20) will be added to Apparel Construction Senior Division this year. Job Application & Interview A second copy of the resume is required, along with the Portfolio. (separate of the portfolio) Teaching Careers Four(4) copies of the lesson being taught must be turned in with the four(4) Portfolios. NEW

33 CRE Event Reminders Common Oversights continued… Commercial Food Preparation Commercial Food Preparation Work plan required per team. All team members take the exam and the score is averaged to have one score for the entire team. Bring activities to keep the team busy when not competing. Multiple rounds will be conducted the day of the event. Equipment should be in sturdy totes or boxes. Participants should be familiar with walk-in refrigerators and dry pantries to facilitate the gathering of ingredients. There will be ample ranges, ovens, and working space for all teams.

34 CRE Event Reminders Common Oversights continued… Salad Preparation Salad Preparation All salad ingredients must be prewashed and in containers prior to coming to Ontario. Very limit preparation time will be allotted. Sinks may not be available. Participants should be ready so that all they must do is pull items out of their boxes/crates/ice chest and place on a tray and begin competition. Electricity WILL NOT be available. Adjust recipes to accommodate this. Four (4) copies of the recipe/nutritional analysis/equipment list are required.

35 CRE Event Reminders Common Oversights continued… Culinary Arts Culinary Arts All items on display must have a recipe or mentioned within a recipe. All items on display must have a recipe or mentioned within a recipe. Recipes should be scaled to the quantity being served/displayed. Recipes should be scaled to the quantity being served/displayed. Recipe must have a yield. Recipe must have a yield. Mandatory ALL recipe packets must be turn in on Saturday from 3:00-3:45 p.m. in the Courtyard at the Doubletree Mandatory ALL recipe packets must be turn in on Saturday from 3:00-3:45 p.m. in the Courtyard at the Doubletree NEW

36 CRE Event Reminders Common Oversights continued… Events with Exams Events with Exams Participants must bring their own writing implement. Participants must bring their own writing implement. All events requiring information sheets/outlines/bibliographies/recipes four (4) copies are required. All events requiring information sheets/outlines/bibliographies/recipes four (4) copies are required.

37 CRE Specific Dress Requirements Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts ONLY Wear chef attire to dress check Wear chef attire to dress check Bring FHA-HERO Official Dress on a hanger or in a bag Bring FHA-HERO Official Dress on a hanger or in a bag Industry shoes must have non-slip soles to be acceptable. Industry shoes must have non-slip soles to be acceptable.

38 CRE Specific Dress Requirements There are only two events that come to dress check in CHEF ATTIRE. Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts NO Salad Prep Competitors All other events arrive to dress check in Official Dress. Refer to page 11-15 in the CRE Guide. READ THOSE PAGES. Child Development competitors wearing a costume are an exception and they may bring their uniform on a hanger.

39 CRE Suggestions Provide all competitors a copy of their CRE Rules for their specific events Provide all competitors a copy of their CRE Rules for their specific eventsAND General Rules and Guidelines pages General Rules and Guidelines pages 1-16 of the CRE Guide. Refer the students to the Web site for the most current Q&A available on the CRE Homepage. Refer the students to the Web site for the most current Q&A available on the CRE Homepage.

40 National Meeting & STAR Events Nashville, TN July 7-11, 2013 Nashville, TN July 7-11, 2013 Mandatory Meeting Mandatory Meeting Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Tuesday, April 23, 2013 12:00-1:00 p.m. 12:00-1:00 p.m. Deposit Required on April 23, 2013 for STAR Participants Deposit Required on April 23, 2013 for STAR Participants STAR Event Fee $40.00 Non- Refundable DUE April 23, 2013 STAR Event Fee $40.00 Non- Refundable DUE April 23, 2013

41 STAR Events California CRE EventDivisionNational STAR EventDivision Apparel Construction*SeniorFashion ConstructionSenior 1 st & 2 nd Place Community Involvement AwardJr. & Sr.Chapter Service ProjectJr. & Sr. 1 st & 2 nd Place Consumer Education*Jr. & Sr.Illustrated TalkJr. & Sr. 1 st Place Commercial Food Preparation*+ SeniorCulinary ArtsSenior 1 st Place Energy & Resource Conservation* Jr. & Sr.Environmental AmbassadorJr. & Sr. 1 st Place Fashion Design*SeniorFashion DesignSenior 1 st Place Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation* Senior Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation Senior 1 st Place Interior Design*SeniorInterior DesignSenior 1 st Place Job Application & InterviewSeniorJob InterviewSenior 1 st & 2 nd Place Parliamentary ProcedureSeniorParliamentary ProcedureSenior 1 st Place Teaching Careers*+SeniorTeach and TrainSenior 1 st & 2 nd Place Honor ChapterJr. & Sr.Chapter ShowcaseJr. & Sr. 1 st & 2 nd Place

42 Questions & Answers Ask NOW dont wait. Region Advisors are available to assist you, we can walk you through the information you need to be successful.


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