Celebrate Black History Month. We acknowledge African-American Pioneers in History.

BlackHistoryMonth_web_19_200x300-rev.1Alice Childress The only black woman to have written, produced, and published plays for four decades. In 1944, she earned a Tony Award nomination for Best supporting Actress in Anna Lucasta, the longest running all-black play in Broadway History.   Arthur Allen Fletcher Known as the father of affirmative action, he organized a boycott of his high school’s segregated yearbook in 1943 and the following year the practice was permanently dropped.   Melba Doretta Liston The first woman trombonist in the big band jazz era and an acclaimed big band jazz music arranger her popular arrangements are infused with African beats and rhythms. In 1987 she was awarded the “Jazz Masters Fellowship” of the National Endowment for the Arts.   John Robert Clifford Known for publishing the leading African-American newspaper of its era and as the first black attorney admitted to the West Virginia state bar.  He won a trailblazing victory in Williams v. Board of Education that found discriminatory practices in public education illegal.   Katherine Johnson Known as a physicist, space scientist, and mathematician, whose calculations of orbital mechanics were critical to NASA’s first and subsequent U.S. manned spaceflights. She helped lead the way for both women and African Americans in technical fields.   John Baxter Taylor Jr American track and field athlete, notable as the first African American to win an Olympic gold medal in the 1908 Summer Olympics.     AHA_web_200x300_19Round up and donate your change at the register and help the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association build healthier lives. Life is why the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association exist. Heart disease and stroke are the No.1 and No.5 killers of Americans. Round up dates: February 1 – 28, 2019! Price Chopper/Market 32 with match all donations, up to $5,000!   www.heart.org January 27, 2019 Panera Organic Creamy Buttermilk Ranch The salad dressing – and dip — we’ve all been waiting for. Whether you dip, dunk, drizzle or dollop, one thing is for sure: Americans love Ranch, and now you can enjoy our 100% clean version from Panera at Home.00018959754103_CF__GS1_JPEG Made with creamy buttermilk as the very first ingredient and traditional ranch seasonings, our Ranch has a bright, fresh flavor — all with no artificial preservatives, sweeteners, flavors or colors from artificial sources. This is a delicious, clean Ranch made with organic ingredients that you can feel good about serving, making it totally kid friendly.  And, a great way to sneak vegetables into any snack or meal. Ready to bring Panera’s Organic Ranch home? Look for all of our Panera at Home Dressings in the refrigerated produce area, next to the lettuce. Visit www.paneraathome.com for recipe ideas. January 27, 2019 Introducing: Milk Bone Wonder Bones from the Smucker’s Pet Company For over 100 years Milk Bone has been the most “trusted” Brand in the Pet Food category.Milk Bone Wonder Bones image There are all made with USA-Raised Beef or Chicken and have No Meat By Products. Your dogs will thoroughly enjoy these uniquely shaped “Pawable” and Fun Dog Treats. Look for all varieties of Milk Bone Wonder Bones in the Pet Food Aisle.