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Auction Items and Convention Volunteers Needed

Our silent and live auctions are the only major convention fundraiser (registration fees do not cover all of our expenses). The auctions are a very popular event that gives convention attendees a chance to purchase unique items that are donated from around the country. It will only be successful with your help! Whether or not you are attending the convention, if you would like to donate an item (no matter how large or small), please contact Kim Jones at (202) 255-5091 or Please put "Donation" in the subject line.

To help you solicit donations, we've included a sample "Auction Ask Letter" Auction Ask Letter for you to send to area businesses. A donation receipt is also available for those donors who request one.

In the past we have received gift cards, toys, art, household items, sporting goods, collectibles, quilts, sports tickets, even cruises and vacation rental homes! Anything goes and all is appreciated!

We are also in need of local families to volunteer before or during the convention. If you have a few hours to spare, please contact Kim Jones at Please put "Volunteer" in the subject line.

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Deadlines for 2017

  • Convention registration deadline is APRIL 30!

Registration Fees!

Parents: $120 each
Accompanying adults: $100 each
Children (ages 12-17): $90 each
Children (ages 2-11): $80 each
Children under age 2: No charge (also, no food is provided)

2017 WORKSHOP TITLE CHOICES (*tentative)

SCHOOL DAYS - Pros and cons of classroom placement options. How to deal with major discrepancies in skills and abilities.

KIDS IN SPORTS - Parents, kids & sports: Where do you draw the line? How many sports? Same team or separate teams?

PARENTING TEENS - Enjoying the journey!

SUPER DAD! - The art of leading your family. Identifying and dealing with the pressures of a large family.

CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN - Tips on economizing, daily budgeting and long term planning.

TIME MANAGEMENT - Learning to organize your day.

FAMILY TEAM BUILDING- Building stronger Family bonds.

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