2014 Wisconsin Hmong Conference; KOJ YOB LI CAS?


(SHB) — The 2014 Wisconsin Hmong Congerence will be held from September 26 thru 27, 2014 in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.  For detail information how to get into the conference, call Dr. Maysee Yang Herr at 715-252-0123.
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The location:
Holiday Inn and Convention Center
1001 Amber Lane
Stevens Point, WI 54482

The theme this year is “Koj Nyob Li Cas?” In English “The Health and Well-Being of the Hmong Community.”

Keynote Speakers will include:
 Dr. Dia Cha
 Colonel Ly Teng
 Xa Xiong, MD, DC
 Dr. Kathleen Culhane-Pera
 Dr. Alyssa Kaying Vang

Info on the conference:
This year’s conference is focused on health issues impacting the Hmong community. Friday’s presentations will be primarily for health providers and community professionals. Saturday’s presentations will be geared towards the general public, both Hmong and non-Hmong community members. Although the two days have been designated as such, both days are open to everyone. We are also looking for conference sponsors at this time.  If you or your organization would like to be a sponsor of the conference, please send your sponsorship information and any monetary donations to:

Dr. Maysee Yang Herr
 Wausau Area Hmong Mutual Association
 1109 6th Street
 Wausau, WI 54403

Any donated funds would be tax deductible. Please contact the conference chairperson, Dr. Maysee Yang Herr at mayseeherr@gmail.com should you have any questions at this time. More detailed information about the conference is forthcoming. Hosted by Wisconsin United Coalition of Mutual Assistance Associations, Inc.
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