Utah hosts national celebration of motherhood

by | May 03, 2011

News from Utah

Sporting heels instead of sneakers and holding glasses instead of Sippy Cups, moms from across the country flooded the Little America Hotel April 29–May 1 to attend the American Mothers Inc. national convention.

This three-day celebration of motherhood recognized women and their essential role as mothers.

“Often times moms get overlooked,” said Conell Branan, newly appointed AMI national president. “They are just at home doing their job, taking care of their children and their families, but they are making a significant difference. Strong moms strengthen their families. When you have strong families you have a strong country and everyone is elevated.”

Under the theme of “Motherhood Elevated,” the Salt Lake AMI committee welcomed moms of all ages and backgrounds to recharge their motherhood muscles at the 76th annual AMI national conference.

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