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Redstone Commissary Management Team

Alfred Crawford, Store Administrator, 256-876-3517 Ext 3134

Janice Garland, Store Manager, 256-876-3517 Ext 3162

Jerry Young, Grocery Manager, 256-876-3517, Ext 3164

Frank James, Meat Manager, 256-876-3517, Ext 3158

Sharon Warner, Produce Manager, 256-876-3517, Ext 3159

John Randolph, Customer Service Mgt., 256-876-3517, Ext 3151
Your Bakery and Deli can create Meat and Cheese trays or/and Sandwich trays. Please call 256-876-3517 and please give a 2 hour notice.

Redstone Commissary deli & bakery service is operational. Deli-bakery contract awarded to Military Deli & Bakery Service.
Thanksgiving Holiday Hours
November 22-28, 2015

Sunday, Nov. 22 - Open
Monday, Nov. 23 - OPEN
Tuesday, Nov. 24 - Open
Wednesday, Nov. 25 - Open
Thursday, Nov. 26 - CLOSED
Friday, Nov. 27 - OPEN
Saturday, Nov. 28 - Open
*Black Friday Weekend Sale*
November 27-29
Glad Bags
Chex Mix
Russell Stover
Ritter Sport
Hawaiian Punch
Diamond Foods
Country Crock
Eight O Clock Coffee K Cup
Dove (Gift PK)
Vaseline Lotion

*Managers Specials*
November 14-25

Mrs Smiths Pies
Dutch Apple
Sweet Potato
Berry Verry
Its here! The Commissary Rewards Card is available now in the Redstone Arsenal Commissary. The card is free and designed to reduce the number of paper coupons commissary customers clip and carry saving them time and money. Adding digital coupons is easy and is done online after registering the card through the commissary website at New digital coupons will typically become available every two or three weeks. Visit the website for more information or ask in the commissary.
Note: COMMISSARY REWARDS CARD is hyperlinked to the Rewards Card page on

Commissary Rewards Card users can now download an Android app to access and clip digital coupons.
Available free from the Google Play Store, the Commissary Rewards Android app joins the previously released iPhone/iPad app, giving commissary shoppers access to their rewards card accounts through a vast array of smart phones and tablets. Now with apps for both operating systems, our patrons have more flexibility on when and where they can clip coupons, review their lists of downloaded coupons and track which ones have been redeemed or expired, said Marye Carr, the Defense Commissary Agencys rewards card manager. The apps also let customers connect to the nearest commissary via phone numbers and addresses. And, just like accessing their accounts from a desktop computer, Commissary Rewards Card users can always be plugged into new promotions and contests customized for them. For more about the Commissary Rewards Card, go to To reach a customer service hotline, call 855-829-6219 or email

The Fox Army Health Center Dietitian provides nutrition information, and guided grocery shopping tours the 1st Thursday of the month.

2015 Scholarship Winners

Davonte T. Richmond
Elizabeth McNutt
Hannah Reese
Jacob Baker
Paxton Williams
Tawie Talley
Thomas Ramsey
Thomas Pigott
Timothy McWilliams
Commissaries begin scanning customers Department of Defense ID cards at checkouts as the Defense Commissary Agency continues its pursuit to deliver a 21st century benefit.
Gift Cards
Commissary gift cards, available in denominations of $25 or $50, are a great way to provide the necessities to your loved ones and friends conveniently and quickly.


* Card balances can be checked easily by phone and online
* Anyone can purchase the cards for authorized patrons to use
* Cards are available in-store worldwide and on our website
* There is no limit to the number of cards you can purchase
* Cards can be shipped anywhere in the United States as well as to APO, FPO or DPO addresses

Disaster Supply Kit
Emergency preparedness officials suggest having a Disaster Supply Kit that includes the following items:

" Water, at least one gallon, daily, per person (three-day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home)
" Nonperishable foods  canned meats, fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, nuts, raisins, cereal, crackers, cookies, energy bars, granola, peanut butter, and foods for infants and the elderly (three-¬day supply for evacuation, two-week supply for home)
"Paper goods  writing paper, paper plates, paper towels, toilet paper
"Cooking items  pots, pans, baking sheet, cooking utensils, charcoal, a grill and a manual can opener
" First-aid kit  including bandages, medicines and prescription drugs
" Cleaning materials  bleach, sanitizing spray, and hand and laundry soap
" Specialty foods  diet and low-calorie foods and drinks
" Toiletries  personal hygiene items and moisture wipes
" Pet care items  food, water, muzzle, leash, carrier, medications, medical records, and identification and immunization tags
" Lighting accessories  flashlight, batteries, candles and matches
" Battery-powered or hand-¬crank radio (NOAA Weather Radio, if possible)
" Duct tape, scissors
" Copies of personal documents (medication list and pertinent medical information, proof of address, deed/lease to home, passports, birth certificates, insurance policies)
" Cell phone with chargers
" Family and emergency contact information
" Extra cash
" Emergency blanket
" Maps of the area

DeCA recommends that customers take advantage of their commissary benefit and its average savings of 30 percent or more to stock up on emergency items that can sustain them during a crisis.
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DeCA renews efforts to hire employees with targeted disabilities
The Defense Commissary Agency recently announced its goal to hire at least 189 people with targeted disabilities in the next two to three years. Targeted disabilities include severe hearing or vision impairments, missing extremities, and partial or complete paralysis. They also include serious medical conditions such as convulsions, mental retardation, mental or emotional illness, and severe distortion of the limbs or spine. This hiring effort is part of an overall goal, mandated by the Department of Defense, to have 2 percent of the entire DoD workforce consist of people with targeted disabilities. DeCA presently employs 126 such individuals, so an additional 189 would bring the agencys total to 315; that is 2 percent of the agencys 15,714 civilian employees who are not contract workers or local nationals working at overseas stores. DeCAs equal employment opportunity office stressed that the agency is not filling an arbitrary quota with individuals who may or may not be qualified for employment, and that every individual DeCA hires will meet all requirements for their positions.

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