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1. UGA Extension Links
for georgia's School Nutrition programs of Agriculture, food buying Guide for Child Nutrition programs, PA NO. Stefanelli, John, Purchasing selection and Procurement for the

Diabetes Economics Housing ... Extension Sites Children, Youth and Families
Administration on Aging, DHHS



Georgia Family Link
US Department of Treasury: Child Care Tax Credits
The American Diabetes Association

The National Diabetes Education Program

National Diabetes Education Program Worksite Wellness Kit

The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIH)
... USDA/FDA Foodborne Illness Education Information Center Consumer Economics General American Bankers Association Bankrate Monitor Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Consumer Information Center ... US Census - gives statistics on childcare arrangements (cctab1) and childcare costs (cctab2) Consumer Expenditure Surveys - gives statistics on consumer expenditures by region Consumer Expenditure Surveys - gives the 1999 overview for consumer expenditures Survey of Consumer Finances - users group that offers various datasets for consumer finance Click on the items below to go to those links. Reducing Bankruptcy Reducing consumer fraud Promoting upward mobility for low-income and unemployed workers Promoting saving for retirement and other life goals ... Increasing financial literacy for youth For links, click here Nutrition and Health The American Dietetic Association Tufts University Nutrition Navigator The Calorie Control Council Department of Health and Human Services Healthfinder ... Coumadin and Vitamink Special Programs Early Childhood Institutes Family Nutrition Program Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program Children, Youth and Families At Risk (CYFAR) Project

2. Publications - Subject List
of researchbased programs. georgia, helps individuals and families with issues relating to Children, Youth and Families. Nutrition. Financial Management. food selection and buying
The University of Georgia
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Countdown 2002 Agricultural Economics Animal/Dairy Science ... 2003 Georgia Pest Management Handbook 4-H

3. Site Selection
Site selection. The most important factor for programs. All Rights Reserved. georgia Extension Teletips. Consumer Tips. Diet Nutrition. Energy Conservation. Flowers. food buying
Academics Cooperative Extension Agricultural Research Faculty/Staff ... Other Resources
Site Selection
The most important factor for successful gardens. For those who have a very small area, a few plants can produce some fresh vegetables for your family. When a choice of locations is available for your garden, there are several things that you need to consider to be assured that you choose the best possible site. First consideration, most vegetables need full sun to do their best; therefore the area chosen should have full sun or as nearly possible. A few of the leafy vegetables will do all right in partial shade, but they will do better in full sun. Early morning sun is important to dry dew from the leaves as soon as possible. The second consideration is nearness to the house. The selected site should be near the house so that it can be observed frequently for insect, disease, and weed problems. The soil type is also very important. The soil type should be fertile, easily worked without leaving a lot of clods and it should be well-drained. Well-drained means that after heavy rains the excess water will drain out of the soil and not keep the area soggy. The area should also be free of nut grass, Bermuda grass and other weeds and grasses that are difficult to control. The size of the garden may be predetermined by the amount of land available and the amount of time you have to spend in it.

4. P/PV : Workforce Development
Are you raising a family? Making a living? Trying to cook and eat nutritiously? Making important buying decisions? of researchbased programs. georgia, helps individualsand families with issues relating to Children, Youth and Families. Nutrition. Financial Management. food selection and buying
Getting Back to Work: Employment Programs for Ex-Offenders
by Maria Buck (Fall 2000, 33 pages) Acknowledgments The author wishes to thank the many practitioners who shared their time and wisdom to help create this report, particularly the directors and the staffs of the organizations profiled: Rosana Anderson and Cindy Martin with Virginia CARES, John Rakis with South Forty Corporation, Chip Shields with Better People, Mindy Tarlow with the Center for Employment Opportunities, and Diane Williams with the Safer Foundation. Thanks also to Helena Huang, James Mayer, Joe McAdoo, John Moore, Marilyn Moses and Eric Seleznow for their assistance throughout the project and their comments on early drafts. Special thanks to Lorin Harris at the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation for his unwavering support of this project and to the field. Joe Stillman and Mark Elliott were instrumental in the project's development and provided invaluable guidance from initial conception to final edit. My colleagues Gary Walker, Sheila Maguire, Elisabeth King and Christopher Murray offered insights and encouragement. As always, Natalie Jaffe provided superb editing assistance, and Maxine Sherman skillfully managed the production. Introduction Nearly six million people are currently in the criminal justice system- 1.8 million inmates, 700,000 parolees and 3.4 million probationers. For subsets of the population, the numbers are even more alarming. It is estimated that in 1999 one of every nine black non-Hispanic men aged 25 to 29 was in prison (Beck, 2000). In addition, 500,000 people are released from prison every year (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 1996). Given these extraordinary numbers, addressing the employment needs of

5. Food Service Resource List Meal Planning/Preparation
operation of school food service programs, and necessary to the USDA food buying guide for child nutrition programs. healthy product selection; food labeling laws, food safety and
Food and Nutrition Information Center
National Agricultural Library/USDA
10301 Baltimore Avenue, Room 304
Beltsville, MD 20705-2351
Food Service Resource List
Meal Planning/Preparation
August 1997

The resources selected for this list contain reliable information and are available nationwide. Your local library or bookstore can help you locate these books, journals, and audiovisuals. Other items can be obtained from the source listed. The call numbers provided are for the National Agricultural Library. Lending information is provided at the end of this document.
In alphabetical order:
Advanced professional cooking

Gisslen, Wayne New York: Wiley, c1992. 645 p., 16 p. of plates CALL NO: TX820.G52 1992 Summary: Discusses the development of modern cookery and contains information on the preparation of and recipes for sauces, soups, salads, pastas and other first courses, fish and other seafood, poultry and feathered game, beef, lamb, pork, veal, miscellaneous meats, vegetables, and various cold foods. The theme is contemporary North American cuisine. Contains over 200 photographs and over 600 recipes. This book is an advanced food-preparation text designed to help prepare students for careers, and to help professional cooks advance their careers, in the culinary arts as practiced today in top-quality American food-service operations. The art of nutritional cooking Baskette, Michael and Mainella, Eleanor M.

6. Food Colle. FSM
Dietitians' manual for buying, operation, maintenance, service of gas cooking Peterkin,Betty B. food selection for good nutrition in group feeding. georgia.
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Food Service Management
1. Southwestern Regional Seminar for School Food Service.
New concepts in management.
2. Northeast School Food Service Seminar, University of Massachusetts.
Proceedings of the Northeast School Food Service Seminar, July 12-July 24, 1970.
3. Northeast Regional Seminar for School Food Service Supervisors Pennsylvania,1971.
Nutrition education, nutrition delivery systems and the management function.
4. Southeast Regional Seminar for School Food Service Administrators, University of Tennessee, 1969.
Management functions for state and system level school and non school food service administrators.
5. Southeast Regional Seminar for School Food Service Administrators, University of Tennessee, 1970.
Management functions of a centralized school food service system.

7. ACC Extension FCS
Making important buying decisions from The University of georgia, helps individuals Youthand Families; Nutrition; Financial Management; food selection and buying;
Home 4-H Athens-Clarke County Extension
Family and Consumer Sciences Are you raising a family? Making a living? Trying to cook and eat nutritiously? Making important buying decisions? The Athens-Clarke County agent, supported by Specialists from The University of Georgia, helps individuals and families with issues relating to:
  • Children, Youth and Families Nutrition Financial Management Food Selection and Buying Health and Safety Housing Food Safety and Preservation Special initiatives.
The ACC Family and Consumer Science Extension Agent is the educational link in relaying current information from The University of Georgia's College of Family and Consumer Sciences and other sources to the citizens of Athens-Clarke County. We welcome our new Extension Agent, Penny Thompsen, who started in September. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office:

Address: 2152 West Broad Street, Athens GA 30606 Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday Phone: Fax: E-mail UGE1059@UGA.EDU

8. Gwinnett Extension - Family & Consumer Sciences
nutritiously,or making important buying decisions food preservation and economicalfood selection and preparation and The University of georgia, the Cooperative
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Family and Consumer Sciences University of Georgia Extension Service, Gwinnett County Welcome to the
Gwinnett County Extension
Family and Science Pages
The Gwinnett County Extension Service has a long tradition of helping individuals and families over their life span and strengthen communities through educational programs. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families. We want to help Georgians meet new challenges in a changing environment. We focus on our client's economic and social well-being through programs that help people extend their income, improve their health, and strengthen their personal and family relationships. Whether you are you raising a family, making a living, trying to cook and eat nutritiously,or making important buying decisions . . .the Gwinnett County Extension Service has resources available for you. We strive to help enable parents and caregivers to provide positive guidance and nuturance for children, encourage Georgians to make informed consumer decisions, and promote positive development in children, youth and families at risk.

9. Food And Nutrition Resource Guide
and Medical College of georgia..It consists of 6 their knowledge and healthy foodbuying and preparation food resource management, food selection and purchasing
Selected Food and Nutrition Programs
Active For Life
Cooking With Pizzazz I and II

Eating for Healthy Tomorrows

Eating Right is Basic, Third Edition
SERV SAFE: Serving Safe Food

is designed to teach men the skills and knowledge to purchase, prepare, and store food and meals for themselves and their families. This award winning (state, regional, and national awards) program consists of a notebook with leader lessons, course curriculum for 8 interactive meal preparation sessions, recipes, evaluation form, and graduation certificate. Contact Jackie McClelland for ordering information at 919-515-9148. Active For Life Series Program
"Active For Life" is designed as a comprehensive proactive health education program for older adults; however, the main focus of the program is a low-to-moderate-intensity exercise program. The aerobic component of the program is walking. The program was piloted by the West Virginia University Extension Service with 250 adults between the ages of 50 and 95 at 16 locations in both rural and communities. Although its primary component is exercise for flexibility and strength, the program addresses other needs of older adults, such as social, intellectual, related, emotional or spiritual ones.
The unique feature of this program is the involvement of peer volunteer leaders. This allows for a greater number of older adults to participate in a community-based preventive health education program. Program materials include a resource guide, an exercise manual, and a video of the program participants in action. Before conducting this program, you must have gone through the inservice training held on May 14, 1997 or have watched the video of that inservice training. After viewing the video, you may ask to be sent all the program materials (Contact Jackie McClelland at 919/515-9148).

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Making important buying decisions? from The University of georgia, helps individualsand andFamilies; Nutrition; Financial Management; food selection and buying;
Are you raising a family? Making a living? Trying to cook and eat nutritiously? Making important buying decisions? The Laurens-Johnson County agent, supported by Specialists from The University of Georgia, helps individualsand families with issues relating to:
  • Children, Youth and Families Nutrition Financial Management Food Selection and Buying Health and Safety Housing Food Safety and Preservation Special initiatives.
Please feel free to contact Susan Wetherington at the Laurens County Extension Service.
Address: P. O. Box 1366, Dublin, GA 31040
Phone: 478-272-2277

11. The Clinton Group- Management Team
name a few) and internationally (Republic of georgia in the as Deputy Under Secretaryfor food, Nutrition and is also well versed in the selection and buying
Clients of The Clinton Group, Inc. work with teleservices, direct mail and interactive communications professionals at every level of our organization. Below are bios of some of the professionals you will work with on a daily basis. As President of TCG, Inc., Wayne is intricately involved in ensuring quality operations and successful programs on a day-to-day basis. Our clients benefit from his years of knowledge and experience in telecommunications, project management and delivering quality customer service programs. At TCG he has created a customer service oriented culture and instilled an atmosphere of teamwork and pride in a job well done. He has successfully managed large domestic and international financial development initiatives in the banking industry, and developed operational, customer service and transactional processing systems for a large U.S. bank. Wayne has also handled the relocation and restructuring of large call center operations. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and Finance and a Masters in Public Administration from Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Wayne can be reached at

12. Willow Glen Resident 0250 December 11, 2002
program by buying clothes, toys or food, shopping, gift The georgia Travis Center,which is open from 8 Because the selection for teenagers is small, the staff

13. US Army Community And Family Support Center - Business Programs
Excellence in Management Awards selection panel met These assessments incorporatedetermining food service needs Withers, Fort Gordon, georgia, Senior Division
James A. Carroll
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Business Programs Business Operations BP Updates Newsletter
Business Programs Update – 1ST Quarter FY 02
Business Programs Update – 1ST Quarter FY 02
Army Golf · Financial Overview. Through 1QFY02, the Army’s 56 golf courses recorded Net Loss Before Depreciation (NLBD) of $515.2K on total revenue of $12.2M for a negative return of 4.2 percent. The MWR BOD standard for FY02 is 17.0 percent NIBD. Major factors affecting program performance is installation access for off-post patrons due to events of September 11. Force protection measures resulted in a negative variance or approximately $745K from the similar period the previous year. Greens fees were down over $989K from the similar period last year and more than account for the negative NIBD variance. · Membership in National Golf Course Owners’ Association. All Army golf courses are now members in the NGCOA through a centrally funded membership by CFSC. The membership in this organization provides yet another buying opportunity for golf managers to compare prices for course needs to further enhance our capability to reduce costs while maintaining quality. Future budgets will reflect continued funding for this initiative. · Army Golf Website. In conjunction with recent web-site innovations at CFSC, development of a central website linking all Army golf courses is underway. Included will be general information on all golf courses, to include fees and charges, patron policy, as well as links to installation golf course sites. In conjunction with this initiative, plans are being developed to incorporate Internet tee-time booking provisions using WebTrak.

14. FRM Educational Resources: Consumerism
Room 225, The University of georgia, Athens, GA include methods of produce selection,meat purchasing making comparisons and using food buying tools found in
Family Resource Management Educational Resources The following annotated list describes Family Resource Management resources that are available from the Extension Educational Resource Library unless otherwise noted in the description. Contact Edna Eisfeldt (979-845-2704 or ) to schedule use of the resource materials.
(Available for check out by Texas County Extension Agents only.) C ONSUMERISM Advanced Grocery Shopping: More Strategies for Winning the Grocery Game (two parts)
SS 1218
156 color slides, script, cassette, The Learning Seed, 1986
Consumers are provided with suggestions to help each one gain the maximum value for their food dollars. This set covers food labels, coupon and refund offers, merchandising gimmicks and brand comparisons.
Advertising and the Economy
VHS 883
15 minutes, 1994
Using Proctor and Gamble's product Crest as an illustration, this video discusses how advertising creates consumer demand for a product. Accompanying teaching guide. Advertising Tricks of the Trade
VHS 352
30 minutes
Advertising is vital to the success of any business. An advertising executive and a retailer who writes his own ads discuss good and poor advertising techniques.

15. Innovations Power The DPSC
facilities in South Carolina, Alabama, Florida and georgia. for its wartime missionby buying products such gave the troops a larger variety of food selection.
Innovations Power the Defense Personnel Support Center
CPT Bryan S. Franklin CPT Santipong M. Keller CPT Nadia L. King CPT Victor L. Morales Jr. LT Gail C. Colbert LT Sean S. Fitzgerald The Defense Personnel Support Center (DPSC) in Philadelphia, PA, is the largest inventory control point in the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA). The DPSC dates to the 1800s when it was known as the Schuylkill Arsenal. At that time it served as a warehouse and distribution hub for supplies, ammunition and handmade uniforms for the US Army. Early history of the arsenal covers a wide variety of experiences. One of the arsenal's first and most interesting endeavors was the preparation for the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1803. Captain Meriweather Lewis assembled a unique collection of mathematical instruments, weapons, medicine, clothing and gifts valued at $2,160.14 in the arsenal's warehouses for his expedition. The Schuylkill Arsenal also responded to national tragedies. In 1875 the arsenal issued clothing and bedding to people left destitute on the western frontier because their crops had been destroyed by hordes of grasshoppers. Four years later the arsenal sent 1,000 tents to Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana for yellow fever victims. During the Spanish-American War, over half of the uniforms were supplied by the arsenal. In 1941, just as the United States was becoming involved in World War II, the arsenal experienced tremendous expansion. Additions included new warehouses, a clothing factory and the current headquarters building. The arsenal, renamed the Defense Personnel Support Center, assumed its present form in 1965 when the Defense Subsistence Supply Center of Chicago and the Defense Medical Supply Center of Brooklyn, NY, consolidated with the Clothing and Textiles Supply Center of Philadelphia.

16. FoodSafe Links From Hospitality North, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, georgia, USA, with Professional; SupervisorySpecialty programs in food/Beverage or to offer a full selection of courses
Deutsche Seiten Begin/Anfang
Web links
FoodSafe and Safe Food handling
Health and Disease control
Hospitality Industry Training Agencies

Hospitality Industry Associations
... References for Research or Reading Other Pages with Web links to ... Prince George British Columbia Canada Germany ...
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FoodSafe and Safe Food handling
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  • FoodSafe Training
  • Excellence in Training , Prince George, British Columbia
  • Hospitality North , Prince George, British Columbia
  • PG (Prince George) Hospitality , Prince George, BC
  • Quesnel Hospitality , Quesnel, British Columbia
  • Quesnel Hospitality Centre , (QHC), Quesnel, BC
  • , Prince George, BC
    To find out more about the FoodSafe Sanitation Training program just follow the links to the FoodSafe work book Company profiles for the above Hospitality Training program providers can be found at Gottlieb's Home page
  • Prince George , known as BC's Northern capital, is a bustling city of 75,000 situated at the crossroads of Highway 97 (north-south) and Highway 16 (east-west), also the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers. Web link For more info about the city's Safe Food handling By-Law #5838 , click ...
  • 17. June 1995 - Southern States Forge EBT Alliance
    a joint contract was signed by Alabama, georgia, North Carolina selection of a financialinstitution to handle EBT While AFDC and food Stamp programs will be on
    Southern States Forge EBT Alliance
    A coalition of seven southern states is preparing a joint EBT deployment which could change the nature of federal and state relations. June 95 Level of govt: State and federal Function: Social Services Contact: Federal EBT Task Force 202/690-0016. Dolores McLeod, North Carolina EBT Coordinator 919/715-1127 Interoperability guarantee By Brian Miller Features Editor A major step toward nationwide electronic benefits transfer was taken last spring when seven Southeastern states signed an agreement to jointly contract financial services and move ahead with implementation. The agreement forged by the states and federal government effectively creates an economy of scale which should reduce EBT administrative costs and enable benefit portability across state lines. The emerging system could also set the basic ground rules that other states may have to follow when implementing their own EBT program. The agreement to pursue a joint contract was signed by Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Florida and Missouri, which form a group known as the Southern Alliance of States. SAS members are preparing to implement EBT - a relatively new way to deliver program benefits including Food Stamps and Aid to Families with Dependent Children - to clients who will use a debit card to receive benefits from a grocery store debit card reader or automatic teller machine. "SAS is a prototype for nationwide EBT, and a prototype for organizational relationships," said Jack Radzikowski, executive director of the federal EBT Task Force which coordinated most of the federal activity leading to the agreement. When dealing with a group rather than individuals, he said, "it takes longer to get an agreement. But what we're buying is worth more because there is more of a guarantee of interoperability."

    18. M.S. Programs ARTICLE
    policy studies” (p. 2). georgia Tech requires of the College of Agricultural, food,and Environmental in audience analysis, media selection, and designing
    This chapter is from the 1997 STC (Society for Technical Communication) publication Education in Scientific and Technical Communication: Academic Programs That Work ISBN 914548972-6 Chapter Two: Master of Science Programs in Scientific and Technical Communication by Russel Hirst pps. 29-54 The past decade has seen a sharp increase in the development and use of information technologies and in the need for managers (and skilled users) of information systems. These and other factors have increased the popularity and number of master of science programs in scientific and technical communication in the United States. A few M.S. programs have been around for a long time: the M.S. at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, for example, began in 1953. Others, such as the one at the University of Minnesota, started about 10 years ago with just a few graduates every year; it is now putting out about 10 a year. This is so much the case at Georgia Tech that its director, Peter McGuire, took pains to explain to me that rhetorical theory and other subjects are also central pillars of his program! This is undoubtedly true, yet the proportion of "theory versus application" offered by a program is a key to understanding the nature of the M.S. and the ways in which it differs from the M.A. in the same field (see chapter 3 of this book).

    19. Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) National Programs
    11Today's delightfully varied selection of tasty, easy important part of keepingthe food supply safe Research Service and University of georgia joint breeding

    20. Appendix 5
    Procurement Stefanelli, John, Purchasing selection and Procurement for Fixed FeePurchasing Manual, georgia NET, 1990 Sanitation USDA, food and Consumer Service

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