Enter 2006 HBA Educator Award and Win $1000

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Classroom educators and community youth organization program leaders may submit baking lessons or community baking project plans for a $1000.00 Prize. Go to HomeBaking.org for more information.

Innovative educators that teach baking have an opportunity to win $1,000 and a trip to Napa Valley, California for the Home Baking Association (HBA) Annual Meeting in October. Each year the HBA has recognized outstanding educators for their creative programs for teaching youth to bake.

Classroom educators and community youth organization program leaders teaching baking are eligible to enter. Family and consumer science educators and youth leaders for 4H, Boys and Girls Clubs, Camp Fire USA and other afterschool or community programs are encouraged to share successful community baking programs. Youth who have developed baking programs that teaches other youth bake are also invited to enter.

The Home Baking Association annually provides national recognition for educators that implement outstanding, interdisciplinary baking education programs. The 2005 Educator Award Winners were Carrie Bouwens and Mary Metzger, Lincoln, Nebraska. Bouwens and Metzger are Family & Consumer Science Educators at Lux Middle School in Lincoln. They were recognized for their "AllAmerican Apple Pie" baking lesson.

The HBA believes baking plays an important role in the development of healthy children that are socially and academically wellrounded. Baking provides an opportunity to share family time and a joy of baking for others. Each year the association seeks to reward educators who have implemented outstanding programs that teach children to bake and share baking in their communities.

Additional information, an application form for the 2006 Home Baking Association Educator Award and previous award winning lesson plans can be found on the HBA Web site, http://www.homebaking.org. The deadline for entries is May 15, 2006.

The HBA is a national, nonprofit trade association. Realizing today's students are tomorrow's parents and professionals, the HBA supports their development by producing quality educational materials. Twentysix corporate and association members also provide excellent baking resources. For more information on HBA resource materials and a list of member resources, please visit the Web site at http://www.homebaking.org or call the Home Baking Association at (785) 4783283.

Home Baking Association
2931 SW Gainsboro Road
Topeka, KS 66614
Tel. (785)4783283
FAX (785) 4783024
http://www.homebaking.org

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