And the Winners Are…

And the Winners Are...

It’s the moment our contestants have all been waiting for… the results are finally in from the coloring contest that we held earlier this year for the Month of the Military Child! We selected an overall grand prize winner, plus a first-place winner and three honorable mentions for each of …

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Add Excitement to Your Salad!

Healthy Habits: Add Excitement to Your Salad!

Eating a salad can be an exciting way to increase your intake of vegetables and fruits. (No, really, it can be!) The variety is limitless, and if you choose wisely, eating salads can be satisfying and even help you eat fewer calories and less sodium throughout the day. Be sure …

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How did they build the pyramids?

Apparently, with skills, planning and lots and lots and lots of manpower. It would not be possible without plans, leadership and work ethic. This holds true to the management structure of the commissary system. Each is necessary and each has its place. The hierarchy lets us build the pyramids in …

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700 Military Children Awarded Scholarships

700 Military Children Awarded Scholarships

Congratulations to the 700 recipients of this year’s Scholarships for Military Children program! The program, which is administered by the Fisher House Foundation, granted a $2,000 scholarship to each of these students. “The quality of the applications submitted really exceeded prior years’ submissions.” -Marye Dobson, Scholarships Program Liaison, Defense Commissary …

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Dark, Green, Leafy Vegetables

Healthy Living: Dark, Green, Leafy Vegetables

As part of building a healthy eating pattern, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that you choose a good mix of foods by consuming a variety of nutrient-dense foods across and within food groups. This is the best way to ensure that your body gets what it needs for optimal …

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