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ServSafe classes planned for April in Greensboro


Alabama Cooperative
Extension System will sponsor ServSafe manager
classes in Hale and other
area counties in 2022. The
Hale County class will be
held April 26 and 27 at the
Hale County Extension Office in Greensboro, located
at 701 Hall Street. Classes
are $140 per person and include instruction, certification examination, and the 7th
edition ServSafe textbook,
or $80 per person for instruction and examination,
but no textbook. ServSafe is
a safe food handling instructional and certification program designed for managers,
cooks, chefs, waitstaff, supervisors, owners, and anyone else who works or
aspires to work in the food
and beverage sector of the
hospitality industry.
All classes run from
10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on
both days with a 30-minute
lunch break each day. Register online at
or contact Alice Moore at
334-216-0738 for more details. Registration should be
made at least two weeks in
advance of class.

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