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Grab and Go meal updates.  Dont' forget to sign up for Amazon Smile!  No cost to you and helps support our giving initiatives to support our communities.

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Free milk for families!  GNSI will be giving away free gallons of milk to families.  Also, don't forget to setup your Amazon account with Amazon Smile.  It costs you nothing but .5% of each purchase will go to our organization to support our charitable giving initiatives!

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We're in this together!  We must all do our part to take care of one another.  Please review newsletter for important updates waivers, and suggestions on how to successfully operate and some ways you can help the next person.  Also, GNSI has partnered with Borden Dairy to provide FREE gallons of milk to families in need.  Please pass the word along and contact our office if you have any questions.

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Stop the SPREAD!

During this unexpected catastrophe, please ensure prevention is your number one priority.  This includes proper handwashing, enhanced sanitation, and social distancing.  Please read our newsletter for Q & A Updates and DECAL's waivers and exceptions for the state of emergency.  Also financial resources to help sustain through this crisis.

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Minute Menu is back!  Please ensure you are completing your enrollments and meal counts via Minute Menu effective February 1, 2020.  CACFP Week is coming up.  Visit www.cacfpweek.org for fun activities and recipes!
 

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Stop the SPREAD!

During this unexpected catastrophe, please ensure prevention is your number one priority.  This includes proper handwashing, enhanced sanitation, and social distancing.  Please read our newsletter for updates on grain recognition and some tasty recipes!

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Black History Month and Annual Renewal Documentation highlight this month's newletter.
 

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Here is to a prosperous 2020!
GNSI appreciates the time you
have spent working with us and
we hope that 2020 will be a
successful year for you and your
organization !

 

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The holiday season is here!  Please be sure GNSI is aware of your dates of operation for the holiday season.  If your center will have any field trips, please be sure to submit the field trip form in a timely manner so we may plan accordingly.  We once again thank you for your loyalty and patience through our transition process and we are making great progress.  More information forthcoming!

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We are making a change!  Stay tuned for updates and be sure to RSVP for Annual Training that will be held October 26, 2019 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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You are the spotlight!  

Dear wonderful partners,

GNSI really appreciates the hard work, dedication, and loyalty you all have displayed over the years.  We understand transition periods can be frustrating and would like to extend our sincerest gratitude for your patience and cooperation.  Have a wonderful holiday season!

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It’s been said that the color red represents fire, passion, desire and love. It’s also a color of courage, action and confidence. When most of us hear the phrase, “eat colorful fruits and vegetables”, red nearly always come to mind. Researchers find that the color red is stimulating, exciting and associated with increased activity. It’s also associated with fast food, which is why people assume it increases appetite. However, it doesn’t increase your desire to eat. Studies show that if a color is associated with a fond memory (such as eating a happy meal as a kid), we’re more attracted to it, which could be why so many fast food restaurants use red in their logos.  But what's better than a red box for a happy meal?  A red apple!  Lets continue to keep kids healthy by instilling great eating habits.  Check our tasty, fun (CACFP approved) recipes!  You can click on the image to view the entire newsletter or menu.   Your password to gain access is "nutritionrocks".  If you have any issues or need further assistance navigating the website, please don't hesitate to contact our office at tech.help@gansi.org and we will be more than glad to assist.

 

The new Fiscal Year is approaching!  Please ensure your August 2019 claim is in our office by September 6, 2019. 

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Sound the alarm!!! School's back in session.  August's newsletter features Local Foods for Little Eaters in Georgia Toolkit aimed at assisting providers incorporating local sourcing practices into your child care setting. Check our tasty, fun (CACFP approved) recipes!  You can click on the image to view the entire newsletter or menu.   Your password to gain access is "nutritionrocks".  If you have any issues or need further assistance navigating the website, please don't hesitate to contact our office at tech.help@gansi.org and we will be more than glad to assist.

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Celebrating the Land of the Free!

And the Home of the Brave...  As the festivities ramp up, don't forget to submit Field Trip Notification Form for your upcoming off site field trips.  Our harvest of the month are Peaches! Check our tasty, fun (CACFP approved) recipes!  You can click on the image to view the entire newsletter or menu.   Your password to gain access is "nutritionrocks".  If you have any issues or need further assistance navigating the website, please don't hesitate to contact our office at tech.help@gansi.org and we will be more than glad to assist.

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April showers bring May flowers... and POLLEN!!!  Did you know water also helps drain the icky mucus that get irritated during the high pollen season?  As the temperatures rise, be sure to stay hydrated!  Also a quick reminder that all infant formula must be ready to feed.  Our harvest of the month are blueberries!  Check our tasty, fun (CACFP approved) recipes!

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"Why fit in when you were born to stand out?"

- Unknown

April is National Autism Awareness Month!  The perfect time to teach inclusion.  Stand out!!!  Also, the harvest of the month for April is Strawberry.  Check our unique recipes for Strawberry dishes.

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Time to Spring in action!  If you have not done so, be sure to complete your annual registration with the Secretary of State (SOS) and submit proof of renewal to your consultant if you have not done so.  The SOS imposed deadline to renew your registration is April 1.  Failure to renew will jeopardize your CACFP reimbursement for noncompliance.  Also, don't forget to stay on track and "Spring Forward" on Sunday, March 10.  Set your clocks forward an hour!  Be sure to check out our tasty recipes with corn using March's Harvest of the Month.

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Love is in the air!!!  And we LOVE to remain compliant.  In this month's issue, we test your knowledge of procurement procedures.  If you need assistance with procurement, please don't hesitate to contact our Procurement Officer, Ms. Shelby Beverly, with any questions.  

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Happy New Year, From Us to You!!!

The harvest of the month is fresh strawberries.  Recipes for tasty ideas are included for you.

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Happy Holidays everyone!!! 

Be sure to check the reminders to get ready for 2019!!!

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In honor of Thanksgiving, we are showcasing the various ways to enjoy sweet potatoes!  Trust us, the participants will enjoy.

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