"Pathways to Progress"
42nd Annual MFSRC  Conference
October 4-7, 2015
Best Western Kelly Inn, St. Cloud

Registration and Lodging Details
Full Conference Program
Program at a Glance

MFSRC’s online registration makes it easier than ever to register.   You can also can take a quick glance at the program (full program to be posted at a later date), select the sessions that you would like to attend, and print the hand outs in advance.  You are not bound by the sessions that you select in advance – but by doing so, it will help us place each session in the appropriate room, based upon projected attendance.   

Some highlights of this year’s conference:

  • Sunday night – Networking and free appetizers at Green Mill

  • Monday’s keynote speaker – Irwin Karp “How to Stay on Top of Your Workload-Practical Time Management for Family Support Officials

  • Monday night – We are bringing ‘Chopper’ back to the conference to DJ after dinner

  • Tuesday’s keynote speaker – Emily Baxter “We Are All Criminals”

  •  Tuesday night –  Local craft beer sampling poolside

This year we have separated hotel room charges and attendance fees again. The hotel room cost is $83 per night per room regardless of how many occupants are in a room (maximum of 4). You will need to contact the Kelly Inn to make your own hotel reservations if needed.  The attendance fee is $30 per day for Monday and Tuesday.  This fee covers meeting room rental fees, coffee breaks, lunches and Monday’s dinner.  The MFSRC organization is picking up any costs that occur on Wednesday. These fees are in addition to the registration fee for the conference.

As always, this conference is a great opportunity not only to meet new faces, but to reconnect with old friends and have the opportunity to learn and grow in our professional and personal lives. Look forward to seeing you there!

Nathan Neuhart, MFSRC – Vice Chair
Conference Program Coordinator
320.679.6384 ext 4

The Minnesota Family Support and Recovery Council (MFSRC) is an association of child support and collection professionals.

Our mission is promoting the well being of children and families through the professional development of members, legislative advocacy, public awareness, and collaboration with government and community agencies.

MFSRC provides training to child support staff, attorneys and legal staff, collection workers and others working in the support area.

An annual training conference is held each fall and is a working conference with training held on current issues including legislative updates, case law, program administration, job skill enhancement, and computer skills. 

Now Accepting Nominations for the  2015 MFSRC Annual Awards!
Please submit your nominations by August 28, 2015. 
Click here for more information.

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