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Food safety course offered


The Greenville Standard


Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) is offering a ServSafe Food Safety Certified Protection Manager Course in Greenville on Jan. 20-21.

The ServSafe course is designed to meet Alabama Department of Public Health requirements for Retail Food Permit Holders.

It will be held at Beeland Park Community Center from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on both days.

The cost of first time instruction and testing is $140. The fee covers classroom instruction, the exam, and the cost of the textbook.

Anyone retaking the class and examination or retaking the test only; the cost is $80.

Seating is limited and COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place.

The registration deadline is Jan. 18. There will be “No Onsite Registration.” To register, visit

For more information, email Rebecca Catalena at or call 251-234-1050. You can also contact the Butler County Extension office at 334-382-5111.

Information found on the ACES website states, “Our research-based educational efforts help communities, cities, businesses, and agricultural producers increase their economic well-being and improve their lives.

“Our outreach is tailored to meet the challenges of citizens across the state in rural regions, small towns, and metro areas.”


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