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Our Conference Location, the Indianapolis Downtown Marriott. Did you all notice the logo projected on the floor in the lobby?
Bonnie Kantor at the This I Believe opening workshop led by Dan Gediman on Sunday.
Local Indy volunteers, Kathy Hybarger and Becky Bartle helping in registrationKim McRae leading the Sunday night Consumer Session. Robyn Grant also presented.
Get on the Bus for Culture Change! Well actually the bus for our site visit.
David Farell co-presenting an Intensive with Barbara Frank and Cathie Brady on Stability and Beyond: A Nursing Home Leader's Guide to High Performance.
One of  attendee's favorite presenter's, Jeanne Heid-Grubman, co-presenting on the Sustainability Intensive.
A little fun and energizing morning exercise with Donna Newman-Bluestein and her Octaband.
Two of our attendees from California getting ready for the Roll Call.
Woo hoo! Pioneer Network Amy Eliott and Cathy Lieblich leading the Roll Call!
Roll call! Texas has the largest group of attendees ever!
Roll call! Louisiana reminding us who won the Super Bowl!
Roll call! Mmmmm….lobsters!
Carter Catlett Williams giving us her words of wisdom and convening the 10th National Conference.
Anne Basting from the Center on Age and Community in Milwaukee speaking on the importance of creativity and culture change.Monte Coffman shared his Age to Age Program at Windsor Place in Coffeyville, KS. He  brought us all to tears and then had us laughing with joy listening and watching the story of a public school kindergarten in Windsor Place.
We were honored to have Assistant Secretary Greenlee to be our keynote for the morning.  It is truly a ray of hope to hear about her support for the whole Culture Change movement.

Sister Pauline Brecanier from Teresian House leading one of our Sage Conversations.
A Dating Game promo ad? No, it's Ray Miller (Direct Supply), Judah Ronch (Erickson School) and Bill Thomas (Real Care Now) speaking about Surplus Safety and "new negative outcome and harm from not honoring choice."Loretta Downs sitting inside her Chrysalis Room.
Two of our attendees getting their photo taken at our Crossroad Photo Op!
 Some of our authors waving hello!
Dr. Al Power presenting on Dementia Beyond Drugs.Our Pioneer Network anti-racing driver with some of the attendees. To quote him, "Culture change is not a race, it is a process, so I go really really slow around the track in respect of my sponsors."
Nathan York and Bonnie Kantor presenting our 1st Annual Video Awards which was co-sponsored by It's Never 2 Late.The Sojourn Place folks giving hugs all around for their first place win in the Dining Category.

Homestead at Coon Rapids accepting the award for first Place in the Technology Category.

Dorothy Seman speaking at our Luncheon Plenary. We think her cab driver story is going be told by others…Thank you Dorothy!
Lucile Hanscom of the Picker Institute introducing Karen Schoeneman.Karen explaining how we all need to be like water to get things done and then leading us all in making a storm in the ballroom!
The MC5 Coalition is already making plans for 2011 in St. Charles, Missouri! August 1-4.Omar singing his signature song, "Be Proud!" We could not have had a better way of ending our time together! Thank you Omar!
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