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UPHA 100 Year Anniversary Gala!
Celebrate the 100 Year Anniversary of the Utah Public Health Association
at the Gala to be held the evening of April 11, 2016 at the Sheraton.

Gala

The Utah Public Health Association traces its history back 100 years to 1916 when the association was first established. Over the last 100 years, public health advancements–including controlling contagious diseases, water fluoridation, immunizing children and adults, preventing infant deaths, providing good prenatal care to expectant moms, assuring safer food and drinking water have all contributed to Utah being one of the healthiest states in the nation. 

~ UPHA 100 Year Gala ~
Honoring the Past - Celebrating the Future
Monday April 11, Sheraton Hotel,
150 East 500 South, SLC, Utah

Cost $50


5:30-6:30 - Reception (music, light appetizers and cash bar)

6:30 - Dinner & Program

     • Opening Remarks - Georges Benjamin, MD -Director APHA

     • Speaker - Joyce Gaufin, BS

     • Recognition - Past UPHA Presidents & Beatty Award Recipients

     • Distinguished Public Health Leaders Award Presentation
          
 • Local
            • State
            • National
            • At-Lrge
            • Extraordinary


8:00 - Adjourn

REGISTER & PAY FOR THE GALA


There will also be an opportunity to donate
to the UPHA Student Scholarship Fund
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Contributions from the Gala will support
a student - a future public health
professional with expenses


4/1/16



This Conference is an annual event coordinated by the Utah Public Health Association

If you have questions about this conference, please contact the Conference Committee Chairs:
Dean Penovich Office: 801-273-6656 ~ or ~ Heather Borski Office: 801-538-9998

If you have questions about Conference Registration contact Conference@upha.org

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