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April 25 - 28, 2018
Renaissance Phoenix Glendale

Networking and Social Events

  1. Its our opening night party! Come visit with our exhibitors in the largest Exhibit Hall outside of AABB
    Exhibit Hall Opening Reception
    Wednesday 5 - 7 pm
  2. Volunteer project to help improve the transitional housing at Chrysalis House. (Learn more about Chrysalis House below)
    Community Project
    Wednesday 7 - 9 pm
  3. A Coffee House break in our Exhibit Hall. Visit with vendors and enjoy your favorite espresso beverage! Sponsored by Roche
    Joint Meeting Java
    Thursday 4:15 - 6:30 pm
  4. This casual cocktail party will be in the beautiful outdoor courtyard. Catch up with your old friends and make new connections with CBBS and SCABB members. The Joint meeting is all about Coming Together!
    Come Together Mixer
    Thursday 6:30 - 7:30 pm
  5. Join President, Rick Chatelain and the South Central Board of Directors for a reception to celebrate and recognize our honored award winners. All SCABB members and Exhibitor Personnel are invited to attend.
    SCABB Awards Banquet
    Friday 6:30 - 8:00 pm
  6. A limited number of tickets are available to this exclusive party, sponsored by QualTex Laboratories ENGAGE with a representative of QualTex, CBBS Board, SCABB Board or Central Office to get your wristband!
    ENGAGE Party
    Friday 8 - 10 pm
Community Project
We are excited to add a Community Project to the Joint meeting this year.  It is a new addition to the South Central Annual Meetings and has quickly become an attendee favorite.  This year we are partnering with Chrysalis House in Phoenix, a Domestic Abuse Shelter. We will be working on various projects in their transistional housing unit.   If you registered to participate in the project you will get an email with details and instructions.
Leading our community to broad-based solutions to prevent domestic abuse.

Stop Terror in the Home

More than 35 years ago, a woman opened up her home as a safe house for both women and children who had been victimized by domestic violence. Within three years, funding was received to expand these services into a 24-hour crisis shelter. The shelter was appropriately named Chrysalis – defined as the growth that creates an independent being. During the first year, more than 450 women and children received assistance and the comfort of a safe haven to develop their self-esteem and independence.

Since that time, Chrysalis has been servicing the needs of women, children and men throughout the Valley who are trying to break the cycle of violence and abuse with a wide array of comprehensive services. The number of lives affected by Chrysalis has grown fourfold since its inception, with more than 1,300 individuals now being helped each year through the efforts of Chrysalis staff and volunteers.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, or participate in the community project you can still be a part of changing lives by donating on their website.

Donate to Chrysalis House