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In celebration of National Neighborhood Day on September 17th, the City of Manchester Health Department is pleased to announce the launching of a new website entitled My Manchester. This is a one-stop site for Greater Manchester residents and community partners who want a better life for themselves and their children, who are looking for neighborhood-based connections to become more involved in local health improvement efforts, and who are seeking resources for personal growth.
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The Manchester Health Department Division of Environmental Health and the UNH Cooperative Extension will be offering ServSafe Food Protection Certification Course and Exam on Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 08:30 AM - 04:30 PM at the Manchester Health Department.
ServSafe® is a nationally recognized food safety certification program of the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). This one-day course provides the latest science-based information on food safety and best practices in the industry.
Participants will learn how foodborne bacteria contaminates food and the safest way to receive, store, prepare, cook, and serve food for their customers.
Participants passing the exam with a grade of 75% or higher will receive ServSafe® food safety certification from the National Restaurant Association. Certification is valid for five years.
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Location: Manchester Health Department - 03101 - 1528 Elm Street, Manchester NH 03101
Fee: $140.00 per person, includes ServSafe Manager Book, 7th Edition & Exam. Last date to register is Thursday, October 12, 2017. Pre-payment is expected prior to the class.
For more information: For more information contact Ann Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-447-3834.
The Manchester Health Department announced today that two batches of mosquitoes collected in Manchester on July 31, 2017 and August 1, 2017 have tested positive for West Nile Virus (WNV).
City of Manchester, New Hampshire Receives RWJF Culture of Health Prize For Efforts that Give All Residents the Chance to Thrive
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Recognizes the City of Manchester, NH for Weaving a Culture of Health throughout the Community’s Fabric
Manchester, NH (September 14, 2016) Manchester is one of seven winners of the 2016 RWJF Culture of Health Prize awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted solely to health. The Prize honors communities for their efforts to ensure all residents have the opportunity to live longer, healthier, and more productive lives.
Manchester is being nationally recognized for bringing partners together to rally around a shared vision of health, drawing especially on the wisdom, voice, and experience of residents themselves. Chosen from nearly 200 applicant communities across the country, Manchester’s award winning efforts include its response to the emerging opioid and heroin epidemic—which has successfully mobilized first responders, community organizations, and health care providers to connect residents with critical treatment services. When over half of the City’s school children became enrolled in free and reduced meals, city leaders in partnership with residents worked to transform schools in the city’s most socioeconomically disadvantaged areas into neighborhood health and education hubs. Former textile mills have been converted into high-tech spaces and outdoor recreation areas, spurring economic growth and providing more opportunities for physical activity. Funders are collaboratively investing in new ways to bring projects to scale.
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