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Souvenir Journal 2014

  1. 1. Tamara Turnley Robinson 23rd National President Dear Members of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Greetings and Welcome! On behalf of the entire National Executive Board, welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Region, Charlotte, North Carolina “The Queen City,” on the occasion of our 41st National Convention. Forover75years,JackandJillofAmericahasbeencommitted to the development of our youth as leaders and philanthropists. This year’s theme, “A Legacy of Leadership and Service, And Still We Rise” speaks to the power of our past and the potential of our future. It has been an honor and privilege to serve as your 23rd National President. I thank the members of the National Executive Board for supporting me on my leadership journey to serve this wonderful organization. The past two years have been a whirlwind of milestones and accomplishments. We have celebrated our 75th anniversary and the inauguration of the 44th President of the United States, strengthened our partnerships, expanded our legislative advocacy and placed the spotlight on STE(A)M for our children. During our 41st National Convention, we have an awesome line-up of activities for Mothers, Associates, Fathers, Teens and Children. With a record setting 1000 mothers in attendance, our goal is efficiency, effectiveness, enrichment and fun. This convention will feature J&J University education sessions; a Legislative Luncheon featuring Marian Wright Edelman, Founder & CEO of The Children’s Defense Fund and an honorary member of Jack and Jill; Friday Nite Entertainment featuring comedienne Kym Whitley and recording artist KEM; our Literacy Saturday featuring an Authors Pavilion and Literacy focused Service project and closing banquet and gala featuring Kirk Whalum will conclude our convention. We will work hard and play hard! Please join me in thanking Mid-Atlantic Regional Director Deirdre Williams and convention co-chairs Martina Davis, Artisena Hill and Candace Berry-Vaughn, as well as our host chapters, Charlotte, Gastonia- Piedmont, Queen City, and South Charlotte. They have worked tirelessly to ensure our convention is fabulous! My sincerest thanks to the entire Mid-Atlantic Regional team and all members of the Mid-Atlantic Region for their support. Enjoy your convention experience! Tamara Turnley Robinson 23rd National President Letter from the National President
  2. 2. Blessings to our Jack and Jill Families, TheMARvelousMid-AtlanticRegionwelcomesyoutoour“QueenCity” Charlotte, North Carolina for the 41st Biennial National Convention of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. The entire region will embrace you with grace and the utmost southern hospitality and genteel spirit. The Charlotte, Gastonia-Piedmont, Queen City and South Charlotte Chapters along with the Convention Co-Chairs, Candace Berry-Vaughn, Martina Davis and Artisena Hill have been working non-stop to ensure an experience you will never forget. You know “Charlotte’s Got a Lot.” The events, entertainment, meetings, tours, activities, sports and music that is in store will leave you in awesome wonder. The convention theme, “ A Legacy of Leadership and Service, And Still We Rise”, will permeate through all the programs planned. On behalf of all the members of our MARvelous region, we are glad you are here in Charlotte. Sincerely, Deirdre S. Williams Mid-Atlantic Regional Director Letter from the Regional Director Deirdre S. Williams Regional Director Mid-Atlantic Region
  3. 3. Greetings Jack and Jill Families and Guests, It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the MARvelous Mid-Atlantic Region of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. As a Region, we are excited and proud to serve as the hosts for our 41st National Convention. As Co- Chairs, we are honored to have the opportunity to plan this grand event. What an exciting time in our history, celebrating 76 years of unwavering commitment to our children, families and communities. The wisdom and insight of our founding mother, Marion Stubbs-Thom- as, and 20 other mothers was, and continues to be, a legacy of leadership and service.....And Still We Rise! We anticipate that all attendees will have a great time listening and learning while engaging in the business of the organization. We hope this experience will motivate and encourage you to become more involved and committed to the aims and objectives of the organization. Thank you to National President Tamara Turnley Robinson and the National Executive Board for your vision and guidance. Regional Director Deirdre Williams and the officers of the Mid-Atlantic Region, thank you for your availability and support. We give “shout outs” to Executive Director Dy Brown and the dedicated National Headquarters staff for always being there. We extend a very special thanks to the Presidents and members of the host chapters - Charlotte, Gastonia-Piedmont, Queen City and South Charlotte. You have worked tirelessly to ensure this convention reflects a legacy of leadership and service. Mothers, welcome to Charlotte, “The Queen City.” Explore, Experience and Enjoy! Warmest Regards, Candace Berry-Vaughn, Martina Davis, & Artisena “Artie” Hill Martina Davis Charlotte, NC Chapter Candace Berry-Vaughn Orangeburg, SC Chapter Artisena Hill Norfolk, VA Chapter Letter from the Convention Co-Chairs
  4. 4. 2012–2014 National Executive Board Clockwise from Top Tamara Turnley Robinson, National President | Southeastern Region Gladys Henderson, National Program Director | South Central Region Crystal Turner, National Treasurer | Central Region Regina Page, National Editor | Far West Region Kimberley Goode, National Corresponding Secretary | Mid-Western Region Tammy King, National Vice-President | Eastern Region Allison Copeland, National Recording Secretary | Mid-Atlantic Region, Center
  5. 5. Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated Regional Officers REGIONAL OFFICERS CENTRAL REGION Debrah Mitchell Regional Director Traci Rhone Regional Treasurer Michelle Gentry Anderson Regional Secretary Elsie Jackson Regional MAL EASTERN REGION Joi Grady Regional Director Elayna Rucker Byers Regional Treasurer Paula Magnus Regional Secretary Danielle Brown Regional MAL FAR WEST REGION Kathy Chappell Dossett Regional Director Lisa Grant Dawson Regional Treasurer LaTanya Bellow Regional Secretary Vara Allen Jones Regional MAL MID-ATLANTIC REGION
  6. 6. Kathy Chappell Dossett Regional Director Lisa Grant Dawson Regional Treasurer LaTanya Bellow Regional Secretary Vara Allen Jones Regional MAL MID-ATLANTIC REGION Deirdre Williams Regional Director Pamela Taylor Regional Treasurer Claudia Curtis Regional Secretary Tonya Green Regional MAL MID-WESTERN REGION Melanie Lynn Regional Director Nadine Gibson Regional Treasurer Angelica Anderson Tasker Regional Secretary Tanya Hand Regional MAL SOUTH CENTRAL REGION Millie Mitchell Regional Director Laverne Morris Parker Regional Treasurer Fran Wilson Mays Regional Secretary Diedra Fontaine Regional MAL SOUTHEASTERN REGION Gail Ash Dotson Regional Director Carla Kirkland Regional Treasurer Gina Williams-Jackson Regional Secretary Gwen Hewitt Regional MAL
  7. 7. Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated National Convention Committees Associates Planning Lizzie Williams, Chair Wanda Webb, Co-Chair Authors Pavilion Helen Mitchell, Chair Children’s Planning Lisa Johnson, Chair Kiya Green Yolanda Lindsay Danielle Squires Whitni West Closing Gala Nikki Fleming, Chair RoShawn Ross-Hampton Co- Chair Natalie Allen Danielle Blake Kobi Brinson Christina Durodola Troyce Fitzgerald Natalie Floyd Tifany Green Jennifer Keen Nakia Newman LaMonica Okrah Kim Richards Felecia Washington Courtesies Ardener Lott, Chair Patricia Adelekun Rene Davis Melanie Eubanks Election Party Rhonda McNutt, Chair Kimberly McCrary, Co-Chair Evaluations Leverne Lomick, Chair Donyel Barber Lisa Reynolds Delisa Tolbert Family Night Sonia Ellis-Taylor, Chair Yvette Bolden Yolanda Brock Torian Colon Catherine Crawford Cynthia Davis Melanie Eubanks Jewel Harris Miriam Jordan Nadine Lettman-Carwell Chernetta Manley Rickye McCoy-Mitchell Karen Mickell Tracey Morton Christina Murdock Alaine Paraison Deirdre Pippins Michelle Price Lisa Reynolds Pam Wilkins Candace Williams Shalinda Williams Father’s Auxiliary Anthony Perez, Chair Felicia Perez, Chair Martin Blagrove Horace Bryann Densel Fleming John Ham Charles Horton Kevin Hyrams Travis Langster Kevin Murphy Phil Narber Yandrick Paraison K. Andre Sloan Friday Nite Entertainment Cynthia Davis, Chair Diane Ellis, Chair Andrea Brown Lauri Givens Chandra Hollier Samantha Jones Gifts & Presentation Nina Howard, Chair Legislative Luncheon Veleria Levy, Chair Stacey Johnson Renee Scott Blount Daphne Williams Beverly Hammonds-Bold Convention Chairs Candace Berry-Vaughn Martina Davis Artisena Hill Deirdre Pippins Budget Pamela Taylor, Chair
  8. 8. Memorial Service/ Officer Installation Valerie Waddell, Chair New Chapter Reception Jacqueline Gibbs, Chair Renee Davis Shawnya Gore Regina Taylor DeLisa Tolbert Opening Ceremony Melendy Moore, Chair Janelle Collins Jilda Easton Raycina Ellison Stephanie Exum Erica Gipson Sharon Goodwine Cynthia Gore-Bright Terrie Gray Cynthia Ham Yvette Mills Sherma Morton Kelley Rouse Theresa Simmons Janelle White Photography Daphne Williams, Chair Dawn Calhoun Shauna Graves LaKeisha Johnson Kym Walker Letasha Williams Bridget Wilson Chapter President’s Reception Robin Joiner, Chair Tonya Coster Tonya Rocquemore Cassandra Williams Heather Wright Printing Donna Stoeling, Chair Beverly Hammonds-Bonds LaSheta David Lisa Howard Pamela Love Program Awards Luncheon Laura Bynum, Chair Sarah Banner Aneta Burton, Co-Chair Mechael Lewis Tiffany Morgan Kym Walker Letasha Williams Protocol Lila Donaldson, Chair Publicity Cheryl Brayboy, Chair Regional Breakfasts Romell Johnson, Chair Registration Alyssa English, Chair Onnie Jaque Co-Chair Stephanie Arbuckle Yvette Bessent-Grier Lillian Burgess Shirelle Buriss Paula Cook Wilhemina Dees Tierra Ford Mala Freeman Krystyll Gardner Gail Griffin-Carter Michelle Harper Jean Jones-Castleberry Marcelle Kee Helen Kimbrough Valerie Leach Sabrina Love-Sloan LaSonya Moore Angela Oliver Felicia Perez Kelli Putman Rogina Scott-Franklin Makila Scruggs Katrina Smith Linda Spearman-Scott Danielle Squires Maria Nicole Stephens-Jones Miriam Townsend Tabitha Tyler Souvenir Journal Deirdre Pippens, Chair Cindy Odom Sponsorships Nichelle Levy, Chair Nikki Fleming, Co-Chair Tracey Hembrick Sonja Nichols Teen Planning Taunula Grayson, Chair Amber Johnson Logan, Co-Chair Teen Summit Helen Griffith, Chair Allison Brathwaite, Co-Chair Natasha Adams-Denny Gail Cox Angela Cureton Anne Hayes Michelle Horton Kim Mayfield Alane Paraison Rhonda Powell Allean Rush Candace Williams Transportation Rubie Adkins, Chair Angela Fulton, Co-Chair Yvette Bolden Yolanda Brock Vendors Krista Marshall, Chair Elaine Hardy Kennette Maginley Tunisia Romain Volunteers Deidra Murphy, Chair Tammy Berry Cheryl Greene Samantha Jones Bridgette Reese Jaqueline Robinson Kim Umstead Nicole Wright
  9. 9. July 30, 2014 Greetings! On behalf of the citizens of Charlotte, I would like to welcome the attendees of the Jack and Jill of America, Inc. 41st National Convention to Charlotte on July 30 – August 3, 2014. We are happy that you have chosen Charlotte for this event and we trust that you will feel comfortable and at home in the Queen City. The City of Charlotte warmly recognizes July 30 – August 3, 2014 as “Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Week. The theme of your convention, “A Legacy of Leadership and Service…And Still We Rise” denotes the organization’s time-honored commitment and dedication towards leadership and youth empowerment. In the organization’s 76 years of existence, educational, cultural, civic, recreational, and service programs have been designed to stimulate the minds and lives of children. It gives me great pleasure to share our fast-growing, dynamic, and innovative city with such a diverse and impressive group. Charlotte continues to be recognized and selected as a meeting destination by an increasing number of organizations. It is a community of pleasant tree-lined neighborhoods, parks and museums, restaurants, and sports facilities. We are especially proud to be the home of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, the Levine Center for the Arts which includes The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, and the Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts +Culture. In addition, the activities available in our vibrant Center City mixes dining, entertainment, and cultural amenities that are distinctly Charlotte. To all of the Jack and Jill of America members and families, thank you for sharing your motto of “Working, Playing, and Living Together” with the city of Charlotte. Have a great time in our city and enjoy yourselves! Sincerely, Daniel G. Clodfelter Mayor Daniel G. Clodfelter, Mayor Office of the Mayor 600 East Fourth Street Charlotte, NC 28202-2853 704/336-2241
  10. 10. National Convention Vendors Arvensis Crystal Jewelry Creative Options Daff’s Forevers Treasures Glori Publishing Grade Ledure Creations Graffiti Print Shop Grand Diva Enterprises Joby’s Accessories Kevia, LLC Kimbrea Boutique La Boutique Monique Décor One Jazzy Life Passionate Expressions Jewelry Quality Digital Creations Refour’s Boutique Robbie Bell’s Boutique Sable, Inc. Safe Havyn Productions Saxx Silver and Art Soror Bling Statianery Stella & Dot The Elegant Elephant The Pin Man Tori Soudan Shoes Unique Gallery Frame Shop Who Will Know, LLC Zebra Lane Greek Art & Gifts
  11. 11. You have and always will be my foundation, my rock and my inspiration. I have been a member of Jack and Jill for over 25 years, the last 10 of which have been a serious commitment and journey of leadership at the chapter, regional, and national levels. I undertook this journey for two reasons, I truly believe in the “Power and Potential” of the J&J mission, and that “Nothing will work unless you do.” One of the challenges of a Jack and Jill leadership journey is that your service often takes you away from your children and family in order to build and fortify an organization that serves and impacts the lives of others. Thank you for making the sacrifices that allowed me to serve this organization that I love. Momma, you provided me the gift of legacy status by joining JJOA over 40 years ago in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (and graduating out in good standing!). I am eternally grateful that I was able to join the Los Angeles, CA chapter when my eldest was only two. Thank you for providing me the gifts of unconditional love and active support. Whatever I needed and whenever I needed it, you were there. I hope to be half the mother to my sons that you have been to me. Daddy, although you have transitioned, I feel your presence daily. I hope I have conducted myself as a leader with whom you would be proud. You taught me by example the importance of service and how to lead with integrity. You also taught me that “if you don’t love it, don’t do it.” I have tried to lead and serve with passion. Sister and sister through marriage, your many gifts of “love in action” over the years have lifted me in ways you cannot imagine. Thank you catching the vision and joining JJOA as mothers to continue the legacy for Maya, Kai and Keira. Brother, you were always willing to be pressed into J&J service when needed. You have always been a consistent rock of support during this journey. Please know that it has meant the world to me and the boys. Brother through marriage, you have been a great cheerleader and the one who heard the phone ring that Thanksgiving night that changed the trajectory of my leadership journey! Handsome, brilliant and wonderful sons, you have each brought such joy to my life and have been true inspirations and the most remarkable gifts from God. You have each, in different ways, provided me the impetus to stay committed to this work. Thank you for sacrificing mommy time to allow me to serve. Husband of 33 years, thank you for being both mom & dad over the years by taking on the extra responsibilities at home when I was called to my Jack and Jill duties. I am grateful you have come to appreciate this passion of mine. I love you. My Jack and Jill leadership journey is now complete; we can now be off to new adventures! “I’ve learned that you shouldn’t go through life with a catcher’s mitt on both hands; you need to be able to throw something back.” -- Maya Angelou Thank you all for supporting me in my season of “throwing something back.” I love you all more than you can imagine In gratitude, From the National President “Tamara, Tammy, Momma, Tante T ” To my Wonderful Family,
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  16. 16. CONGRATULATIONS Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated on a successful programming year and your 41ST NATIONAL CONVENTION.
  17. 17. richmond.edu “If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.” —Maya Angelou Congratulations to participants in the Teen Leadership Summit at this year’s Jack and Jill of America National Convention. We can’t wait to see what amazing things you’ll do, and we hope you will consider making the University of Richmond a part of your journey.
  18. 18. To Our National Executive Board, Eastern Region Officers, and Foundation We thank you for your enduring service to our esteemed sisterhood! To Our Sister Chapters We appreciate your fellowship and care in raising our families together! To the Westchester Chapter, NY We treasure your commitment to the lives of our children in the richness of their heritage. We are proud of your willingness to serve families in our communities. We are grateful that since September 25, 1954 our membership remains dedicated to the visions of our charter members—Jesse Adams, Leticia Brown, Lois Bailor, Lois Black, Mae Carey, Johnnye English, Sarah Grey, Helen Mason, Vera Randolph, Mae Robinson, Mabel Smith, and Viola Waters. We remember Nellie Thornton, 14th and 15th National President, a faithful member of our chapter. We look forward to 60 more years as a family! Cynthia Gay, 32nd President Richard, Charles, Elyse, Lauren, Lyndon, and Dolan Gay
  19. 19. The March of Dimes thanks National President Tamara T. Robinson and members of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. for record-breaking March for Babies and Prematurity Awareness thank you March of Dimes is proud to partner with Jack and Jill chapters across the country, working together for stronger, healthier babies
  20. 20. Bergen County, NJ Chapter of the Links, Inc. Support Tammy King for National President DeJuanna Adams Allison J. Davis Alicia T. Henderson Yolonda Baker Marshall Gwendolyn Ramsey Lesley Renee Adams Roslyn Daniels Alicia Rangel Haughton Jacqueline M. McLeod Johanne Bryant Reid Diane T. Ashley Linda Spradley Dunn Nellie Jenkins Donna Mendes Jill Stewart Althea Avery Tara R. Edmonds Verdia Johnson Pamela T. Miller Jewel Thompson•* Sharon Banks -Williams Myrna Gillespie Mary V. Jones Leslie Wims Morris Eva B. Vinson Thelma Baxter Regine Guerrier-Love Wilma Jones•* Myrna Morris* Maredia Dionne Warren Patricia Chaney •* Ann Guillory Tammy King Teresa A. Oakley Ora Welch Hazel Cogar Gloria F. Hall Ernestine Lowe Beatrice Parrish* Imogene Washington•* Malaak Compton-Rock Valerie Moore Hamer Ruth Lowe•* Zandra Perry-Ogbomo Brenda Farrow White Robin Cooper Margaret Haynes Marsha Mackey Frances Raines•* Chee Chee Williams Tamara Spinner Zachery * Alumnae +Platinum •Charter President Christine Fowler-Phillips Vice President Minnie Adams Treasurer Beverly Baker Financial Secretary Shirley Deering Recording Secretary Lesley Renee Adams Corresponding Secretary Kenetta Bailey Hayes Program Coordinator Bettye A. Easley Inspirational Leader Ina Samuels-Martinez Parliamentarian Jasmine D. Adkins Protocol Officer & Rituals Chair Jacquelyn Styles•+ Historian Theodora Lacey•+
  21. 21. The CSW Team Proudly Supports Our Partner and Friend Joli Cooper For The Office Of National Vice President Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President
  22. 22. The Gantt Center is Charlotte’s destination for African-American art, history and culture and is the home of the nationally acclaimed John & Vivian Hewitt Collection of African-American Art. At Levine Center for the Arts 551 South Tryon St. • Charlotte, NC 28202 (704) 547-3700 • www.ganttcenter.org Show your conference badge and enjoy $5 admission to the Museum and a 10% discount in the Gift Shop. The Harvey B. Gantt Center welcomes Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated to join us as we celebrate our 40th Anniversary.
  23. 23. The Sqwincher Team Enthusiastically Support our Partner and Friend Joli Cooper for the office of National Vice President Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President www.sqwincher.com
  24. 24. SALUTES YOUR 2014 NATIONAL CONVENTION Operating Offices in North Carolina and Florida Phone: (704) 749-0976 Website: www.conceptsfoodgroup.org
  25. 25. JACK AND JILL HAS GONE MOBILE! #JACKANDJILLCONVENTION #JJLEGACY
  26. 26. Charlotte, NC | July 30 – August 3, 2014 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Arrivals: National Executive Board (NEB) and Other Staff 1:00pm–4:00pm Convention Co-Chairs Meeting Westin Stonewall Boardroom 4:00pm–5:00pm National Executive Board Meeting National President Suite 6:00pm–8:00pm Convention Committee Chair Reception Sheraton Hotel Float Pool Lounge Monday, July 28, 2014 Arrival: Regional Officers, National Committee Chairs 9:00am–11:00am Pre-Convention Meeting with Hotel Staff, NP, ED, Convention Co-Chairs Westin Providence III 9:00am–5:00pm Registration Set Up Westin Grand Promenade 1:00pm–2:00pm Pre-Convention Meeting with Convention Center Staff, NP, ED and Convention Co-Chairs Convention Center Executive Conference Room 3:00pm VIP Registration Opens Westin Queens 4:00pm–6:00pm National Advisory Council Meeting and Early Dinner Westin Independence 7:00pm–8:00pm National President Meeting with National Chairs National President Suite 8:30pm–9:30pm National Officer Liaison Meetings Tuesday, July 29, 2014 “U Got the Look” - Attire: Chic Business Casual Arrival: Delegates/Alternates, Registered Members, Associates, Provisional Chapter Members, Fathers, Children, Teens 8:00am–7:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–7:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:00am–7:00pm Registration Westin Grand Promenade 8:00am–7:00pm VIP Registration Westin Queens National Executive Board Office Westin Stonewall Boardroom Breakfast On Your Own 8:30am–2:00pm Marion Stubbs Thomas Leadership Academy (invitation only) Westin Grand Ballroom C & D 7:30am–5:00pm Jacqueline Moore Bowles Youth Leadership Summit (invitation only) Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 12:00pm–2:00pm Lunch on your own 2:00pm–3:30pm J&J University (Open to All) Westin Grand Ballroom A & B, Providence II & III 2:30pm–3:30pm Cultural Heritage Task Force Update (Open to All) Westin Independence 5:00pm–7:30pm Chapter Presidents Welcome Reception (invitation only) Attire: Summer Chic The Duke Mansion Dinner on Your Own Mothers’ Agenda
  27. 27. 8:30pm–9:30pm National Committee Meetings See Committee Meetings Schedule 8:30pm–9:30pm Opening Ceremony Rehearsal Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 8:30pm–9:30pm Parent Orientation for Youth & Teen Activities (Mandatory - Youth and Teen must attend with parent) Westin Providence II 9:30pm–10:30pm National Editor with Executive Director and Regional Teen Presidents Westin Morehead 9:30pm–10:30pm National President, National Parliamentarian, National Legal Advisor, Rules and Regulations, Timekeepers, Sergeant-at-Arms National President’s Suite Wednesday, July 30, 2014 “Everybody Get On Up!” - Attire: Business Casual Arrival: Registered Members, Associates, Fathers, Children, Teens, Provisional Group Members, Foundation Executive Board 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3 7:00am–8:00am Zumba Westin Sharon Breakfast On Your Own 8:00am–9:00am Parent Childcare Orientation (Mandatory attendance at one session; Children must attend with parent) Westin Providence II 8:00am–5:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–5:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:00am–7:00pm Registration Westin Grand Promenade 8:00am–9:00am Committee Meetings See Committee Meetings Schedule 9:00am–10:30am First Time Attendee / Delegate Training Westin Grand Ballroom A, B, & C 9:00am–10:30am Opening Ceremony Rehearsal Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 10:30am–11:30am Committee Meetings See Committee Meetings Schedule 11:30am–1:00pm Bylaws / Policies & Procedures Forum Westin Grand Ballroom C 12:00pm–8:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Open Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A Lunch On Your Own 12:00pm–1:30pm Provisional Group Orientation Westin Independence 1:30pm–3:00pm Budget Forum Westin Grand Ballroom D 4:15pm Line Up for Opening Ceremony Officers/Program Participants Convention Center Richardson Ballroom B 5:00pm–6:30pm 41st National Convention Formal Opening Ceremony (Ceremonial White Required) Convention Center Richardson C & D 6:30pm–8:00pm PLENARY SESSION I Tamara Turnley Robinson, National President, Presiding Convention Center Richardson C & D 8:00pm–9:30pm National President’s Welcome Reception Westin Hotel Grand Ballroom 10:30pm–12:30am Regional Caucuses Westin Hotel Central Sharon Eastern Grand Ballroom A Far West Independence Mid-Atlantic Providence III Mid-Western Providence II South Central Tryon North & South Southeastern Grand Ballroom B Thursday, July 31, 2014 “Diamonds & Pearls” - Attire: Power Pink (Fuschia) and Power Blue (Teal) with diamonds and pearls 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3
  28. 28. 7:00am–8:00am Zumba Westin Sharon 7:00am–10:30am Provisional Groups Setup Convention Center Richardson Ballroom B 7:00am–10:30am Candidates Setup Convention Center Richardson Ballroom B 8:00am–5:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:00am–5:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–8:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 8:30am–10:00am Associates Breakfast Convention Center Crown Ballroom 11:00am–12:30pm PLENARY SESSION II Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 12:30pm–9:00pm Bylaw Voting Convention Center 201A 1:00pm–3:00pm Program Luncheon Convention Center Crown Ballroom 4:00pm–5:30pm PLENARY SESSION III Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 5:30pm–7:00pm Candidates/Provisional Groups Meet & Greet Convention Center Richardson Ballroom B 7:15pm–10:00pm Mid-Atlantic Region Family Night “Sizzlin’ Summer Night” Attire: Casual Westin Grand Ballroom 10:30pm–12:30am Regional Caucuses Westin Hotel Central Sharon Eastern Grand Ballroom A Far West Independence Mid-Atlantic Providence III Mid-Western Providence II South Central Tryon North & South Southeastern Grand Ballroom B Friday, August 1, 2014 “The New Power Generation” - Attire: Business 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3 7:00am–8:00am Zumba Westin Sharon 8:00am–7:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:00am–5:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–8:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 8:30am–9:45am Candidates Speeches & Fishbowl Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 10:00am–12:00pm PLENARY SESSION IV (Elections) Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 1:00pm–3:00pm Legislative Luncheon (Hats Requested) Convention Center Crown Ballroom 4:00pm–6:00pm PLENARY SESSION V Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D Dinner on Your Own 8:00pm–10:00pm Friday Nite Entertainment “Jeans & Bling” (favorite jean jacket with J&J pins) Westin Grand Ballroom 10:15pm–12:00am Election Party/New Chapter Celebration Westin Providence I-III Saturday, August 2, 2014 “Life O the Party” 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3 8:00am–3:00pm National Office Westin Kings 8:00am–2:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 8:30am–10:30am Regional Breakfasts (Regional Attire) Central Westin Providence II Eastern Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C
  29. 29. Far West Westin Grand Ballroom B Mid-Atlantic Westin Grand Ballroom C Mid-Western Westin Grand Ballroom A South Central Westin Providence III Southeastern Convention Center Richardson B 11:00am–12:30pm Authors Pavilion Westin Grand Ballroom D Lunch on Your Own 2:00pm–4:00pm Community Service Activity (favorite J&J shirt) Westin Grand Ballroom C & D 6:30pm–7:15pm Partner/Sponsor Reception (Invitation only) NASCAR Hall of Honor 7:15pm Officers Line Up for Processional NASCAR Hall of Honor 7:45pm–11:00pm Closing Gala (Attire: Formal Attire) Convention Center Crown Ballroom Sunday, August 3, 2014 “Beautiful, Loved, and Blessed” - Attire: Ceremonial White Required Breakfast On Your Own 9:30am–10:30am Devotion and Memorial Service Westin Grand Ballroom D 10:45am–11:30am Installation of Officers Westin Grand Ballroom D 12:30pm–1:30pm Joint Meeting with Steering Committee and Far West Area Chapters Westin Stonewall Boardroom 1:30pm–2:30pm Transition Meeting Westin Queens
  30. 30. Charlotte, NC | July 30 – August 3, 2014 Monday, July 28, 2014 3:00pm–7:00pm VIP Registration Westin Queens 8:00am–7:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings Tuesday, July 29, 2014 “U Got the Look” - Attire: Chic Business Casual Arrival: Delegates/Alternates, Registered Members, Associates, Provisional Chapter Members, Fathers, Children, Teens 8:00am–7:00pm Registration Westin Grand Promenade 8:00am–7:00pm VIP Registration Westin Queens 8:00am–7:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 1:00pm–2:00pm Committee Meetings See Committee Meeting Schedule 2:00pm–3:30pm J&J University; Open to All Westin Grand Ballroom A & B; Providence II & III 2:00pm–3:30pm Cultural Heritage Task Force; Open to All Westin Independence 8:30pm–9:30pm Opening Ceremony Rehearsal Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D Wednesday, July 30, 2014 “Everybody Get On Up!” - Attire: Business Casual 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3 7:00am–8:00am Zumba Westin Sharon 8:00am–5:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–7:00pm VIP Registration Westin Queens 8:00am–5:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 9:00am–10:00am Breakfast at Macy’s South Park Mall 10:00am–3:00pm Royal Shopping Spree South Park Mall 12:00pm–8:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 4:15pm Line up for Opening Ceremony Program Participants Only Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 5:00pm–6:30pm 41st National Convention Formal Opening Ceremony Ceremonial White Required Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 6:30pm–8:00pm PLENARY SESSION I Tamara Turnley Robinson, National President, Presiding Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 8:00pm–9:30pm National President’s Welcome Event Westin Hotel Grand Ballroom 10:30pm–12:30am Regional Caucuses Westin Hotel Central Sharon Eastern Grand Ballroom A Far West Tyron North & South Associates’ Agenda
  31. 31. Mid-Atlantic Providence III Mid-Western Providence II South Central Independence Southeastern Grand Ballroom B Thursday, July 31, 2014 “Diamonds & Pearls” - Attire: Power Pink (Fuschia) and Power Blue (Teal) with diamonds and pearls 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3 7:00am–8:00am Zumba Westin Sharon 8:00am–5:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–5:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:00am–8:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 8:30am–10:00am Associates Breakfast Convention Center Crown Ballroom 11:00am–12:30pm PLENARY SESSION II Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 11:30am–11:00pm Day Trip to Greensboro, NC Lunch at Stephanie’s Civil Rights Museum Barn Dinner Theater and Show 4:00pm–5:30pm PLENARY SESSION III Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 7:15pm–10:00pm Mid-Atlantic Region Family Night “Sizzlin’ Southern Night” Attire: Casual Westin Grand Ballroom 10:00pm–12:00am Associates Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite 10:30pm–12:30am Regional Caucuses Westin Hotel Central Sharon Eastern Grand Ballroom A Far West Tyron North & South Mid-Atlantic Providence III Mid-Western Providence II South Central Independence Southeastern Grand Ballroom B Friday, August 1, 2014 “The New Power Generation” - Attire: Business 7:00am–8:00am Breakfast On Your Own 7:00am–8:00am Fit and Fine Westin Fitness Center Level 3 7:00am–8:00am Zumba Westin Sharon 8:00am–5:00pm Business Office Convention Center Suite 103 8:00am–5:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:00am–9:30am Strolling Tour of Downtown Charlotte 8:00am–8:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 8:00am–11:00am Associates Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite 8:30am–9:45am Candidate’s Speeches & Fishbowl Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 10:00am–12:00pm PLENARY SESSION IV Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D 1:00pm–3:00pm Legislative Luncheon Hats Requested Convention Center Crown Ballroom 3:00pm–5:00pm Latibath Museum, Afternoon of the Arts
  32. 32. 4:00pm–6:00pm PLENARY SESSION V Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C & D Dinner On Your Own 8:00pm–10:00pm Friday Nite Entertainment Jeans & Bling”(favorite jean jacket w/JJ pins) Westin Grand Ballroom 10:00pm–12:00am Associates Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite 10:15pm–12:00am Election Party/New Chapter Reception Westin Providence I-III Saturday, August 2, 2014 “Life O the Party” 8:00am–2:00pm Vendors “Diva Boutique” Convention Center Richardson Ballroom A 8:00am–3:00pm National Headquarters Office Westin Kings 8:30am–10:30am Regional Breakfasts Regional Attire Central Westin Providence II Eastern Convention Center Richardson Ballroom C Far West Westin Grand Ballroom B Mid-Atlantic Westin Grand Ballroom C Mid-Western Westin Grand Ballroom A South Central Westin Providence III Southeastern Convention Center Richardson Ballroom B 11:00am–12:30pm Author’s Pavilion Grand Ballroom D 12:00pm–3:00pm Treehouse Viineyards (lunch provided) 2:00pm–4:00pm Community Service Project 7:45pm–11:00pm Closing Gala Formal Attire Convention Center Crown Ballroom 10:00pm–12:00am Associates Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite Sunday, August 3, 2014 “Beautiful, Loved, and Blessed” - Attire: Ceremonial White Required Breakfast On Your Own 9:00am–10:30am Devotion and Memorial Service Westin Grand Ballroom D 10:45am–11:30am Installation of Officers Westin Grand Ballroom D
  33. 33. Charlotte, NC | July 30 – August 3, 2014 Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:30pm–9:30pm Parent Orientation for Youth & Teen Activities Mandatory attendance at one session; Children must attend with parent Westin Providence II Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 8:00am–9:00am Parent Orientation for Youth & Teen Activities Mandatory attendance at one session; Children must attend with parent Westin Providence II 9:00am–9:30am Youth Check In Westin Providence I 10:00am–1:30pm NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum (lunch provided) NASCAR Museum 2:00pm–4:00pm Sky High Sports 6:00pm–10:00pm Baseball game (dinner provided) BB&T Stadium 10:30pm–12:00am Kids Zone Westin Providence I 12:00am–12:30am Parent Pick Up Westin Providence I Thursday, July 31, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 8:30am–9:00am Youth Check-In Westin Providence I 10:00am–3:00pm Nature Museum & 100 Gardens (lunch provided) Nature Museum Charlotte Jr. League Building Nature Museum, 100 Gardens & Friendship Gardens 4:00pm–6:30pm Kids Zone Westin Providence I 6:30pm–7:00pm Parent Pick-Up Westin Providence I 7:15pm–10:00pm Family Night Westin Grand Ballroom 9:30pm–12:00am Kids Zone Westin Providence I 12:00am–12:30am Parent Pick-Up Westin Providence I Friday, August 1, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 8:00am–8:30am Youth Check-In Westin Providence I 9:00am–1:00pm Discovery Place Museum (lunch provided) Discovery Museum 2:00pm–5:00pm Bowling AMF Centennial Lanes 6:00pm–6:30pm Parent Pick-Up Westin Providence I Dinner on Own 8:00pm–12:00am Kids Zone (5-9 yr olds) Pajama Party Westin Independence 8:00pm–12:00am Kids Zone (10-12 yr olds) Pajama Party Westin Sharon 12:00am–12:30am Parent Pick-Up Westin Providence I & Westin Sharon Children’s Agenda
  34. 34. Saturday, August 2, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 8:30am–10:00am Kids Zone Westin Providence I 11:00am–4:00pm Pit Indoor Kart Racing (lunch provided) Mooresville, NC 4:30pm–5:00pm Parent Pick Up Westin Providence I 6:00pm–6:30pm Youth Check In Westin Providence I 6:30pm–9:30pm Pizza Party Westin Providence II 10:00pm–12:00am Kid’s Zone Westin Providence I 11:30pm–12:00am Parent Pick-Up Westin Providence I
  35. 35. Charlotte, NC | July 30 – August 3, 2014 Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:00am–7:00pm Mother Registration Westin Grand Promenade 7:30am–5:00pm Jacqueline Moore Bowles Youth Leadership Summit Convention Center Richardson Ballrom C & D 8:30pm–9:30pm Parent Orientation for Youth & Teen Activities Man- datory attendance at one session; Children must attend with parent Westin Providence II Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Arrival: Registered Members, Associates, Fathers, Children, Teens, Provisional Group Members, Foundation Executive Board Breakfast On Your Own 8:00am–9:00am Parent Orientation for Youth & Teen Activities Mandatory attendance at one session; Children must attend with parent Westin Providence II 9:00am–9:30am Teen Check In Westin Harris & Trade 10:00am–11:30am Uptown Black History Scavenger Hunt Uptown Charlotte 11:30am–12:30pm Lunch at Tavern on the Green Park Tavern on the Green 1:00pm–3:00pm NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum NASCAR Museum 3:30pm–4:30pm Teen Club Room Westin Harris & Trade 5:00pm–9:00pm Dinner & Movie EpiCenter 9:30pm–12:00am Teen Club Room Westin Harris & Trade 12:00am–12:30am Teen Pick-Up Westin Harris & Trade Thursday, July 31, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 8:30am–10:00am Teen Club Room & Check In Westin Harris & Trade 11:00am–5:30pm Carowinds Amusement Park (lunch provided) Carowinds 6:00pm–6:30pm Teen Pick-Up Westin Harris & Trade 7:15pm–10:00pm Family Night Westin Grand Ballroom 10:00pm–12:00am Teen Club Room Westin Harris & Trade 12:00am–12:30am Teen Pick-Up Westin Harris & Trade Friday, August 1, 2014 7:00am–7:30am Teen Check-In Westin Harris & Trade 8:00am–12:00pm Johnson C. Smith University Tour (breakfast provided) JCSU 1:00pm–9:00pm U.S. Whitewater Center (lunch & dinner provided) Whitewater Center 10:00pm–12:00am Teen Club Room Westin Harris & Trade 12:00am–12:30am Teen Pick-Up Westin Harris & Trade Teens’ Agenda
  36. 36. Saturday, August 2, 2014 8:00am–8:30am Teen Check in Westin Harris & Trade 9:00am–10:00am Romare Bearden Park (breakfast provided) Romare Bearden Park 10:00am–12:00pm Museum Crawl Downtown Museums 12:30pm–1:30pm Lunch (provided) 2:00pm–4:00pm Community Service Westin Grand Ballroom 4:00pm–4:30pm Teen Pick-Up Westin Grand Ballroom 6:00pm–6:30am Teen Check In Westin Harris & Trade 7:00pm Teen Party - Black & White Affair (dinner provided) Gantt Museum 10:00pm–11:30pm Teen Club Room Westin Harris & Trade 11:30pm–12:00am Teen Pick-Up Westin Harris & Trade
  37. 37. Charlotte, NC | July 30 – August 3, 2014 Tuesday, July 29, 2014 8:00am–7:00pm Registration Westin Grand Promenade Breakfast On Your Own 12:00pm–5:00pm Fathers’ Hospitality Suite Hospitality Suite 8:00pm–9:30pm Fathers’ Welcome Reception Hosted by Charlotte Area Fathers’ Auxiliary Bank of America Center Wednesday, July 30, 2014 8:00am–7:00pm Registration Westin Grand Promenade Breakfast & Lunch On Your Own 9:00am–1:00pm Segway Tours/Free Time Westin Lobby 11:00am–2:00pm Fathers’ Hospitality Hospitality Suite 2:00pm–4:00pm Seminar: Commerce & Economic Development in the Queen City Westin Providence II 6:00pm–11:00pm Baseball Game - Charlottes Knights vs Durham Bulls BB&T Stadium Thursday, July 31, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 10:00am–11:30am NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum NASCAR Museum 2:00pm–4:00pm Seminar: Fatherhood, Leadership, Mentorship Westin Providence II 7:15pm–10:00pm Mid-Atlantic Region Family Night “Sizzlin’ Summer Nights” Westin Grand Ballroom 9:00pm–12:00am Fathers’ Hospitality Hospitality Suite Friday, August 1, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 9:00am–12:00pm Tour of Time Warner Arena Time Warner Cable Arena 1:00pm–3:00pm Legislative Luncheon Convention Center Crown Ballroom 4:00pm–6:00pm Card Tournament Westin Tryon North & South 8:00pm–10:00pm Friday Nite Entertainment Westin Grand Ballroom 9:30pm–12:00am Fathers’ Hospitality Hospitality Suite 10:15pm–12:00am Election Party & New Chapter Celebration Westin Providence I-III Saturday, August 2, 2014 Breakfast On Your Own 8:00am–12:00pm Golf Outing (a la carte) Ballantyne Country Club 12:00pm–5:00pm Fathers’ Hospitality Hospitality Suite 2:00pm–4:00pm Community Service Westin Grand Ballroom C & D 7:45pm–11:00pm Closing Gala (Formal Attire) Convention Center Crown Ballroom Fathers’ Agenda
  38. 38. CHARLOTTE CONVENTION CENTER FLOOR PLANS STREET LEVEL EXHIBIT LEVEL BALLROOM & MEETING ROOM LEVEL
  39. 39. EXHIBITHALL STREETLEVELSTREETLEVEL EXHIBITLEVELFLOORPLANSTREETLEVELFLOORPLAN DRIVE-INACCESSTOHALLS *GATES1,2,3,6,7,8 *ELEPHANTDOOR26'Wx29'H ELEVATORINFORMATION ElevatorDoorSizeCapacity 111'8''x9'0''13,000lbs. 23'6''x7'0''2,500lbs. 36'6''x9'0''7,000lbs. 46'6''x9'0''7,000lbs. 56'6''x9'0''7,000lbs. 66'6''x9'0''7,000lbs. 73'6''x7'0''2,500lbs. 85'0''x8'10''7,000lbs. 95'0''x8'10''7,000lbs. 103'6''x7'0''2,500lbs. BOOTH 10x10 CLASSROOM RECEPTION EXHIBITHALL SQUARE FEET THEATRE BANQUET CEILING BOOTH 10x10 CLASSROOM RECEPTION SQUARE FEET THEATRE BANQUET CEILING CLASSROOM RECEPTION BANQUET THEATRE CEILING SQUARE FEET CLASSROOM RECEPTION BANQUET THEATRE CEILING SQUARE FEET EAST STONEWALL STREET EAST STONEWALL STREET SOUTHBREVARDSTREET SOUTHBREVARDSTREET SOUTHCOLLEGESTREET SOUTHCOLLEGESTREET EAST MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BOULEVARD EAST MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BOULEVARD N/A N/A 101VIPSuite 102VIPSuite 103VIPSuite 104VIPSuite 105VIPSuite 106VIPSuite 72 72 72 72 117 117 44 44 44 44 38 38 797 797 908 908 1,118 1,124 80 80 80 80 112 112 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 9' 9' 9' 9' 9' 9' Registration (A&CConcourses) CollegeStreetGarden VisitorsServices (Includesbusinesscenter andvisitorsservices) 43,000 19,600 1,300 1,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A ExhibitHallA,B&C HallA HallB HallA&B N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 4,000 4,000 8,000 280,000 100,000 100,000 200,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1,250 450 450 900 30' 30' 30' 30' HallB&C HallC HallC1 HallC2 N/A 6,000 2,500 2,500 6,800 2,800 1,400 1,400 180,000 80,000 40,000 40,000 N/A 4,000 2,400 2,400 N/A 3,800 1,900 1,900 800 350 175 175 30' 30' 30' 30'
  40. 40. Crown Ballroom Ballroom Pre-Function WEST MEETING ROOMS CONVENTION CENTER BALLROOM BALLROOM & MEETING ROOM LEVEL FLOOR PLAN 501 South College Street, Charlotte, NC 28202 • (704) 339-6061 • Fax (704) 339-6051 • www.charlotteconventionctr.com CLASSROOM RECEPTION BANQUET THEATRE CEILING SQUAREFEET 201A 201B 201AB 202A 202B 202AB 201AB & 202AB 201A & 202A 201B & 202B 203A 203B 203AB 204 205 206A 206B 206AB 207A 207BC 207D 207AB 207CD 207ABC 207BCD 207ABCD 208A 208B 208AB 209A 209B 209AB 210A 210B 210AB 209A & 210A 209B & 210B 209AB & 210AB 65 55 130 65 55 130 300 130 120 250 250 560 50 50 40 40 70 200 170 200 360 360 500 500 780 250 250 560 70 65 135 70 65 140 150 130 330 24 24 64 24 24 64 128 64 32 104 104 240 32 32 16 16 48 80 80 80 160 160 200 200 320 104 104 240 24 24 64 24 24 64 64 64 120 785 630 1,415 785 630 1,415 2,830 1,570 1,260 2,640 2,640 5,280 760 760 560 480 1,036 2,050 1,980 2,050 3,040 3,040 4,030 4,030 6,080 2,640 2,640 5,280 820 785 1,605 840 685 1,625 1,660 1,570 3,230 78 63 141 78 63 141 283 160 130 264 264 528 55 55 40 40 80 205 198 205 304 304 403 403 607 264 264 528 82 78 160 84 78 162 170 160 322 36 27 63 36 27 63 130 72 60 108 108 250 36 36 24 20 50 98 94 98 140 140 190 190 290 108 108 250 36 36 72 40 36 80 80 72 144 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 16' 16' 16' 12' 12' 12' 12' 12' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' Room Capacities will vary based on client set-up needs. • Capacities include minimal space for head table/staging. • Banquet set-up: 66'' rounds, 8 chairs per table. • Classroom set-up: 18'' x 8-ft tables, 4 chairs per table. • 207BC; 213BC; 217BC; cannot be subdivided. 24 24 64 24 24 64 64 32 128 120 96 120 192 192 240 240 400 32 32 16 16 48 144 144 144 240 240 336 336 560 24 24 64 24 24 64 64 64 128 211A 211B 211AB 212A 212B 212AB 211A & 212A 211B & 212B 211AB & 212AB 213A 213BC 213D 213AB 213CD 213ABC 213BCD 213ABCD 214 215 216A 216B 216AB 217A 217BC 217D 217AB 217CD 217ABC 217BCD 217ABCD 218A 218B 218AB 219A 219B 219AB 218A & 219A 218B & 219B 218AB & 219AB 65 55 100 50 55 140 160 70 300 300 200 300 400 400 560 560 850 50 50 40 40 70 420 350 420 530 530 750 750 1,100 70 65 135 70 65 140 150 130 330 730 630 1,360 760 630 1,390 1,490 1,260 2,750 2,820 2,260 2,820 3,950 3,950 5,080 5,080 7,900 760 760 560 480 1,040 3,480 2,930 3,480 4,940 4,940 6,410 6,410 9,890 820 785 1,605 840 785 1,625 1,660 1,570 3,230 36 27 63 36 27 63 72 60 126 128 108 128 180 180 250 250 376 36 36 24 20 50 160 160 160 240 240 305 305 460 36 36 72 40 36 80 80 72 144 72 63 136 75 63 139 150 130 274 281 226 281 394 394 507 507 788 55 55 40 40 80 348 292 348 461 461 640 640 988 81 78 160 84 78 162 170 160 322 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 16' 12' 12' 12' 12' 12' 18' 18' 18' 18' 18' 18' 18' 18' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' 14' SQUAREFEET CEILING THEATRE BANQUET RECEPTION CLASSROOM EAST MEETING ROOMS CLASSROOM RECEPTION BANQUET THEATRE CEILING SQUAREFEET Division A, B, C & (D) Total Convention Center Ballroom Division C & (D) w/ zone Division A & B w/ zone Division C & D w/o zone Division A & B w/o zone Division B & C Division A & (D) Division C w/o zone Division C w/ zone Division B w/o zone Division B w/ zone Division A w/o zone Division A w/ zone Ballroom Pre-Function Ballroom Terrace 3,500 1,800 1,800 1,300 1,300 1,600 1,600 632 1,000 600 900 600 900 N/A N/A 1,800 1,048 1,048 808 720 936 816 432 560 376 488 376 488 N/A N/A 35,000 19,600 19,600 15,400 15,400 17,500 17,500 7,700 9,800 7,700 9,800 7,700 9,800 15,000 17,800 3,500 2,000 2,000 1,500 1,500 1,750 1,750 770 975 770 975 770 975 1,400 900 1,748 980 980 700 700 852 852 380 504 380 504 380 504 N/A N/A 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' 30' E T ON SOUTH BREVARD STREET CALDWELL STREET SOUTH COLLEGE STREET EASTMARTINLUTHERKINGJR.BOULEVARD EASTSTONEWALLSTREET CLASSROOM RECEPTION BANQUET THEATRE CEILING SQUAREFEET 4,200 N/A 2,400 N/A 5,200 1,600 2,400 N/A 40,000 11,600 lower level 24' upper level 29' CROWN BALLROOM
  41. 41. BREVARD ROOM CALDWELL ROOM THIRD FLOOR DAVIDSON ROOM EXECUTIVE OFFICES SALES/CATERING/ CONVENTIONSERVICES WESTIN WORKOUT MASSAGE TREATMENT The Westin Charlotte 601SouthCollegeStreetn Charlotte,NorthCarolina28202n UnitedStates Phone (704) 375-2600 n Fax (704) 375-2623
  42. 42. The Westin Charlotte 601SouthCollegeStreetn Charlotte,NorthCarolina28202n UnitedStates Phone (704) 375-2600 n Fax (704) 375-2623 SECOND FLOOR GRANDBALLROOM GRAND BALLROOM A GRAND BALLROOM B GRAND BALLROOM D GRAND BALLROOM C QUEENS ROOM KINGS ROOM PARK ROOM COLLEGE ROOM TRYON ROOM NORTH TRYON ROOM SOUTH TRADE ROOM HARRIS ROOM SHARON ROOM MOREHEAD ROOM INDEPENDENCE ROOM STONEWALL BOARDROOM GRAND PROMENADE CD GRAND PROMENADE AB MEETING PLANNER OFFICE
  43. 43. The Westin Charlotte 601SouthCollegeStreetn Charlotte,NorthCarolina28202n UnitedStates Phone (704) 375-2600 n Fax (704) 375-2623 PROVIDENCEBALLROOM II I III PROVIDENCE PROMENADE COURTYARD BAR LO CHARLOTTE’S TREATS & EATS LOBBY LEVEL EMBER GRILLE TERRACE EMBER GRILLE DINING FIRESIDE DINING ROOM RECEPTION MAIN LOBBY
  44. 44. BB&T Ballpark EpiCentre E.TradeStreet E.3rdStreet E.StonewallStreet Mint Street S. Caldwell Street S. Tryon Street S. College Street S. Brevard Street S. Church Street W.TradeStreet W.4thStreetE.4thStreet W.3rdStreet MartinLutherKingJr.Boulevard LevineAvenueoftheArts W.StonewallStreet TheGreen Romare Bearden Park 1 7 12 2 3 13 16 11 4 6 8 B E D C A 9 14 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 15 10 517 19 Bernardin’s Restaurant at Ratcliffe Brazz Carvery and Steakhouse Buffalo Wild Wings Coastal Kitchen & Bar College Place Café DELISH at the Charlotte Convention Center • Bojangles • Einstein Bros Bagels • Buon Cibo e2 emeril’s eatery / e2GO Ember Grille Fuel Pizza Fujo Uptown Bistro Great American Grill Halcyon Restaurant Lola’s Matt’s Chicago Dog Mimosa Grille Pit Stop Café Red Ginger Sandwich Club Two Wells Fargo • Half Penny’s • Johnny Burrito • Just Fresh Bakery Cafe • Subway ConventionDistrictr E S T a U r a n T S
  45. 45. Bernardin’s Restaurant at Ratcliffe 435 S. Tryon St. #100 704.332.3188 new american L, D, Sat, Sun Brazz Carvery and Steakhouse 500 S. College St. 704.315.5704 Brazilian Steakhouse L, D, Sat, Sun Buffalo Wild Wings naSCar Hall of Fame 400 E. MLK Jr. Blvd. 704.971.9464 American L, D, Sat, Sun Coastal Kitchen & Bar Hilton Charlotte Center City 222 E. 3rd St. 704.331.4360 American B, L, D, Sat, Sun College Place Café 300 S. College St. 704.343.9268 Cafeteria Style B, L DELISH at the Charlotte Convention Center Bojangles Cajun fried chicken & buttermilk biscuits 704.339.6101 Extended hours for events B, L Einstein Bros Bagels Fresh bagels, sandwiches and coffee 704.339.6101 Extended hours for events B, L Buon Cibo Pizza and panini 704.339.6101 Extended hours for events B, L e2 emeril’s eatery 135 Levine Avenue of the Arts 704.414.4787 new american L, D, Sat - Dinner Only e2GO 135 Levine Avenue of the Arts 704.414.4788 Sandwiches, soups, salads B, L – Take away Only Ember Grille Westin Hotel 601 S. College St. 704.375.2064 new american B, L, D, Sat, Sun Fuel Pizza 500 S. College St. 704.370.2755 Pizza L, D, Sat, Sun Fujo Uptown Bistro 301 S. College St. 704.954.0087 Chinese, Sushi Bar L, D, Sat Great American Grill Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte Uptown 585 E. MLK Jr. Blvd. 704.347.5972 B, L, D, Sat, Sun Halcyon Restaurant 500 S. Tryon St. 704.910.0865 Fresh seasonal fair L, D, Sat, Sun (Closed Mon) Lola’s 300 S. Brevard St. 704.353.3545 Southern Cuisine B, L, D, Sat, Sun Matt’s Chicago Dog 435 S. Tryon St. #140 704.333.3650 Hotdogs, deli sandwiches L, Sat Mimosa Grille 327 S. Tryon St. 704.343.0700 Fine Southern Cuisine L, D, Sat, Sun Pit Stop Café Located inside the naSCar Hall of Fame 400 E. MLK Jr. Blvd. 704.654.4400 BBQ, sandwiches, hot dogs Red Ginger 401 S. Tryon St. 980.819.8837 Japanese, Hibachi L, D Sandwich Club 435 S. Tryon St. 704.344.1975 Sandwiches, Soups B, L Two Wells Fargo Half Penny’s Lower Level of Two Wells Fargo 704.342.9697 Sandwiches, Soup, Ice Cream B, L Johnny Burrito Lower Level of Two Wells Fargo 704.371.4448 Mexican L Just Fresh Bakery Cafe Two Wells Fargo atrium 704.376.4191 Sandwiches, Salads B, L Subway Lower Level of Two Wells Fargo 704.344.9866 Sandwiches B, L Legend B Breakfast L Lunch D dinner Sat Saturday Hours Sun Sunday Hours ATTRACTIOnS Bechtler Museum of Modern Art 420 S. Tryon St. Harvey B. Gantt Center of African-American Arts + Culture 551 S. Tyron St. Knight Theater 430 S. Tyron St. Mint Museum Uptown 500 S. Tyron St. NASCAR Hall of Fame 400 E. MLK Blvd. InfORmATIOn Visitor Info Center Center City 330 S. Tryon St. need to know where to find the best BBQ joint in town? How to buy the best tickets for a hot Broadway show? Or where you can pick up the perfect souvenir to take home to the family? Look no further. need assistance in getting the lay of the land in Charlotte? Guided walking tours are available. The Visitor Info Center is a one-stop destination for those looking to make the most of their stay in the Queen City. Be sure to pick up a FREE Official Visitors Guide. Behind every great experience in Charlotte, there’s one great resource to help you find it. For additional information visit us at charlottesgotalot.com. 1 A B C D E 2 3 4 5 6 6 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 19 19 19
  46. 46. Best Wishes To Jack and Jill of America, Inc. For a Successful National Convention In the Queen City! The New Orleans Chapter   The New Orleans Chapter Proudly supports the Re-Election of The South Central Region’s National Endorsed Candidate National Program Director Gladys Henderson
  47. 47. To OurWife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, and ‘Tante T’ Tamara Turnley Robinson 23rd National President Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Congratulations and Job Well Done! Sharon Turnley Turner Godfrey Turner Maya Joi Turner Richard Turnley III Katherine Newble Turnley Kai and Keira Turnley Leon Robinson Jr. Jason, Juleon and Jordan Robinson Joyce Turnley We Love You!
  48. 48. The South Central Regional Leadership Team extends Well Wishes to the attendees of the 2014 National Convention Continuing our Sensational Legacy of Leadership and Service LaVerne Morris-Parker Fran Wilson Mayes Diedra Fontaine Gladys Henderson Millie Mitchell Regional Treasurer Regional Secretary Regional Member-At-Large National Officer Regional Director
  49. 49. The Queens Chapter Supports NVP Tammy King For National President
  50. 50. Commit to the Lord in whatever you do, and your plans will succeed. - Proverbs 16:3 Brevard County Chapter Proudly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.”
  51. 51. The Fayette County Area Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. sends our thanks for the leadership of Tamara Turnley Robinson as National Director and for the service of her National Executive Board
  52. 52. Pinellas County Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” “A praying mother symbolizes grace, strength and wisdom; she is an icon of productivity and ingenuity.” - Agu Jacahycnm
  53. 53. Jacksonville Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” A mother’s heart is a patchwork of love. - Unknown
  54. 54. Lake Spivey Chapter Wholeheartedly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” Mother love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible. - Unknown The Boston ChapterEstablished 1946   “Power and Potential: Parents Empowering Youth Through Leadership Development, Cultural Heritage and Community Service”   Supports  Our  Endorsed  Candidate   NVP  Tammy  King        
  55. 55. Teach me and I will forget. Show me and I  will learn. Involve me and I will understand.  ‐ Chinese Proverb  Montgomery Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” The Greater Frisco Chapter Proudly supports the South Central Region’s Own Gladys Henderson For re-election as National Program Director Her service and dedication to the South Central Region and the National body is an inspiration to us all.    
  56. 56. Greater Huntsville Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President There are many things that will catch your eye, but only a few will catch your heart. - Michael Nolan Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” 2014 National Convention A Legacy of Leadership & Service And Still We Rise North County San Diego Chapter Extends Best Wishes to the Charlotte Area Chapters for a Successful 2014 National Convention and Supports Regina Page for National Recording Secretary." North County San Diego Chapter celebrates our 20th Anniversary Year
  57. 57. TheRocklandOrangePearls Saluteourbelovedorganization for NationalConvention2014 PhototakenatInstallation2014 Lefttoright(backrow): JessieLewis,DeanaNelson,LatashaKempadoo-Riddle,Dr.CamilleStewart, HollyZuber-Banks,JoylinPrimusArmstrong,GwendolynWinstonParris(Treasurer), TarenMitchellFleming,LeslieSolan(VicePresident),AnnMarieLebrun(new member),NikosaCollins(newmember),MaryLynnNicolas-Brewster,Marie-Carmel Durandisse(newmember)andNicoleMoorer Lefttoright(frontrow): TonyaJenkins(ProgramDirector)Dr.IcilmaFergus-Rowe(PastPresident),Loren Singleton,StephanieMiller(GraduatedMother)andMicheleLaird-Williams(President) Missing:NisheaClarke-Fields,MelanieDaniels,MillicentLee,ReneeSmall,LindaTurner,Angeline Mentor,AliyyahBaylorandHelenHostin RocklandOrangeChapter WeRock!!!
  58. 58. Ft. Lauderdale, FL Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. - Mahatma Gandhi Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” BURLINGTON- WILLINGBORO CHAPTER Supports the Eastern Region Diamond, Tammy King, for National President
  59. 59. Children are like wet cement, whatever falls on  them leaves an impression.  ‐ Dr. Haim Gino�  Knoxville Chapter Proudly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” Children are the sum of   what mothers contribute to their lives.   ‐ Unknown  Tuskegee Chapter Proudly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.”
  60. 60. Birmingham AL Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President To whom much is given, much is required.  Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.”
  61. 61. Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated The Sacramento Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Extends Best Wishes to the Charlotte Area Chapters for a Successful 2014 National Convention and Supports Regina Page for National Recording Secretary Sacramento Chapter President, Carolyn Veal-Hunter, with Regina Page at On the Hill, September 2013 Supports our National Endorsed Candidate Tammy King for National President National Harbor Chapter Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Eastern Region
  62. 62. “Power and Potential: Parents Empowering Youth” Congratulations 41st National Convention Heather M. Palmore, Esq. President on the Tuscaloosa Chapter Wholeheartedly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Only mothers can think of the future—because they give birth to it in their children.   ‐ Maxim Gorky  Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.”
  63. 63. Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President Mobile AL Chapter Proudly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.”   Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.  ‐ Charles Swindoll  NORTH SUBURBAN DALLAS CHAPTER South Central Region One Family, One Path, One Vision! North Suburban Dallas fostering “A Legacy of Leadership and Service” since 1980  Leadership Team Seleste Sully-President Diane Stotts-Brown-Vice President   Greetings and Best Wishes On Still Rising to Celebrate an Outstanding Legacy of Leadership & Service at the 41st Biennial National Convention Outstanding We support and Endorse National Candidate, Gladys Henderson, for National Program Director
  64. 64. The Northern Virginia President’s Council Proudly Supports Eastern Region Endorsed Candidate Tammy King Alexandria- Mt. Vernon Burke-Fairfax Loudoun Northern Virginia Manassas- Woodbridge Reston Prince William County Pensacola Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them. — Lady Bird Johnson
  65. 65. NationalEndorsedCandidate KimberleyGoode fortheOfficeof NationalPresident Congratulations tothe2012-2014 NationalExecutiveBoard andtheMid-AtlanticRegion forasuccessfulNationalConvention TheSensationalSouthwesternMichiganChapter ProudlySupportsOurFormerChapterMember, KimberleyGoode! Congratulationstoourbeloved JackandJillofAmerica, Incorporatedonour41st National Convention.Wecelebratethis momentousoccasionand welcomeoursistermothersand theirfamiliestoNorthCarolina. JackandJillofAmerica,Inc. Raleigh-WakeChapter
  66. 66. CircleCityChapter proudlysupports NationalEndorsedCandidate KimberleyGoode fortheOfficeof NationalPresident Community, Competence, Character & Class. A Champion for Children & Families. The Magnificent Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter of the Mighty Eastern Region proudly support and endorse Tammy A. King for NATIONAL PRESIDENT The MHVC Executive Board Sharon Eason, President Karen St. Vil, Vice-President; De-Angela Watt, Program Director; Diann Kelly, Recording Secretary; Shayna Bryant, Corresponding Secretary; Michelle Grier, Treasurer; Tawana Haynes, Financial Secretary; Karen McFarlane, Historian; Amy Owens, Editor; Tyhesha Elmore, Foundation Chair; Stephanie McCaine, Parliamentarian
  67. 67. Macon GA Chapter Wholeheartedly Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.” “All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” - President Abraham Lincoln Congratulations and Best Wishes on a Successful National Convention from the Macy’s Shop for a Cause Awesome, Amazing Associates of the North Houston Suburban Chapter South Central Region
  68. 68. Jack & Jill of America, Inc. San Diego Chapter Congratulates the Charlotte Area Chapters & Supports the FW Nationally Endorsed Candidate, Regina Paige for NRS San Diego Chapter Members 2014 President, Angela Hilliard Vice President, Leonie Sanders Treasurer, Connie Gibson Program Director, Angela Beckham Recording Secy., Joyce Allen Financial Secy., Victoria Peterson Historian/Editor, Melony Knight Corresponding Secy., LaDreda Lewis Chaplain, Tracy Norris Parliamentarian, Schulyer Twyman Melanie Adams Angelite Armento-McWhorter Vellet Wyatt Finley Geneva Dariuel Lisa Marie Harris Frances Henderson Peaches Huff-Tunstall Joanee’ Johnson Robin Campbell Cheryl Sykes Traci Jones Valarie Littlejohn Pamela Payton Geraldine Williams East Suburban Atlanta Chapter Enthusiastically Supports and Endorses Joli Cooper-Nelson for National Vice President You can do what I cannot do. I can do what you cannot do. Together we can do great things. - Mother Theresa Joli Cooper-Nelson Endorsed Candidate For National Vice President “Let’s Work, Let’s Play, Let’s Live Together.”
  69. 69. ! The Greater Hartford Chapter is honored to support our Eastern Region endorsed candidate for President Tammy King !
  70. 70. NewCastleCounty,Delaware Chapterof Jack&JillofAmericaInc. Celebrates 41st BiennialNationalConvention Commemorating“ALegacyofLeadership& Service” Executive Board    President Shawanda Beale Vice President Debora West Program Director Rowena Robinson Recording Secretary Tasha Brown Corresponding Secretary Laria Hamilton Financial Secretary Sajdah Muhammad Treasurer Jamie Green Garlington Editor/Historian Tanya Anderson Parliamentarian/ Teen Advisor Desiree Smalls Members    Tyniesha Douglas Pamela Howard Angela Kulesz Alpha Lewis Odelind Lewis Wileeta McGee Andrea Price Rutty Keeping Children First The Mothers of the Ocean County Chapter Support the SERVANT LEADERSHIP of Tammy King for National President! The Ocean County Chapter (NJ)
  71. 71. The Greater Union County-Nj Chapter Salutes The 41st National Convention AND EASTERN rEGION eNDORSED CANDIDATE Tammy King,NVP Jack and Jill of America, Inc. BALTIMORE CHAPTER (Est. 1945) Associate Group Installation  February 2014 We proudly support the candidacy of NVP Tammy King Eastern Region National Endorsed Candidate for National President Celebrating A Legacy of Leadership and Service Proudly Supports Nationally Endorsed Candidate South Central Region’s Finest Gladys Henderson for National Program Director Jack and Jill of America Inc. DFW Mid-Cities Chapter CONGRATULATIONS Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated on the 41st National Convention! Jack & Jill National Headquarters Staff
  72. 72. I ♥ J&J!
  73. 73. My scrapbook of the 2014 41st National Convention in Charlotte! Long live Jack & Jill!Let’s work, let’s play, let’s live together
  74. 74. Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated 41st National Convention Charlotte, NC

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