Food Marketing Institute last week presented awards for superior store managers and community-oriented retailers during the FMI Show in Chicago. At left, John Segal, sales manager of Albertsons' drug division, accepts a Neighborhood Partnership Award on behalf of his company for its A Su Salud/To Your Health outreach program, which sponsors health fairs that include screenings for diabetes, depression and other ailments. Pictured with Segal are Tim Hammonds, FMI president and CEO, and Liz Minyard, FMI chairman, who is also co-chair and co-CEO of Minyard Food Stores, Coppell, Texas. Minyard was also the recipient of a Neighborhood Partnership Award for its First Class Teachers program that honors excellence. Pictured in the photo at right are three of the four grand-prize winners of the 2004 Store Manager Superior Service Awards, which are given for excellence in customer or community service. They are, from left, Kasimir Pawliszyn, Raley's in Gardnerville, Nev.; Denny Glick, Hy-Vee in Perry, Iowa; and Rick Jaeger, Stater Bros. Market, Big Bear Lake, Calif. Not pictured is the fourth winner, Ramiro Aguirre of the Moore Street Market in New York's borough of Brooklyn.