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Message from your SNA of NH President 

SNA‐NH’s Fall Conference was held on Saturday, September 15, 2018 featuring keynote speaker Maureen G. Mulvaney (MGM) was amazing! MGM’s presentation focused on The Magic Kingdom which included topics such as school cafeteria customer service for kids, and how school nutrition can create magic every day. You can look forward to MGM presenting at next year’s Fall Conference on October 5, 2019 at the Grappone Center in Concord. We also had the privilege of having SNA’s National President Elect Doug Davis give SNA National Updates, Andrew from North Coast Seafood presented recipes starring local fish, and Carol from Primex helped us understand how to address employee performance. 

We had an awesome vendor show that made vendors and SNA‐NH members extremely happy they attended such wonderful event. I would like to thank the many vendors who donated raffle prizes for our members. I would also like to give a “shout out” and a special thank you to our dedicated SNA‐NH team who helped make this conference a great success. If anyone is interested in sitting in on an SNANH

meeting to see what SNA‐NH is all about, please reach out to me.  I look forward on seeing you at SNA‐NH’s Spring Conference on April 6, 2019 at the Puritan Conference Center in Manchester. Have a great, safe and relaxing holiday season. I know everyone deserves a

well‐rested vacation.

Deb Riso


ABOUT US

The School Nutrition Association of New Hampshire was established in 1953 as a state affiliate to the American School Food Service Association, which is now known as the School Nutrition Association.

The School Nutrition Association is a national, nonprofit professional organization representing more than 55,000 members who provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the country. Recognized as the authority on school nutrition, the School Nutrition Association (SNA) has been advancing the availability, quality and acceptance of school nutrition programs as an integral part of education since 1946.

Members actively involved at the local level, promoting and supporting our common vision, goals and mission, form a key component to the success of child nutrition programs. Working with guidance from both state affiliates and the SNA, our local chapter initiates direct action at the grassroots level.


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