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July 10, 2019

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C-4 Wednesday, July 10, 2019 The Press-Dispatch HOME LIFE TO ADVERTISE: Call: 812-354-8500 Email: Visit: 820 E. Poplar Street, Petersburg Deadline: 5 p.m. on Monday Youth First Today by Jenna Kruse, Youth First, Inc. HOT HAM AND CHEESE CAMPFIRE SANDWICHES MEALS IN Monica's MINUTES Share your favorite recipe! Monica's Meals in Minutes PO Box 68, Petersburg, IN 47567 FACEBOOK MAIL EMAIL By Monica Sinclair While camping is not for me, several of my friends love it. They post pictures all through the summer, and sometimes spring and fall, showing them cooking over the campfire. So, this week, I thought I would ca- ter to them and all others who love the camping experience. I found a recipe that would be so easy to throw together and cook over the campfire, and you wouldn't have a lot of ingredients to haul with you to the campsite. Enjoy! INGREDIENTS • 1 lb deli-sliced ham • 12 Hawaiian rolls • 12 slices Swiss or Provolone cheese • 1/2 cup butter, melted • 1 1/2 tablespoons Dijon mustard • 1 tablespoon dried onion • 1 tablespoon brown sugar INSTRUCTIONS 1. Prepare 6 sheets of heavy-duty foil. 2. Divide the ham between the 12 rolls. Top the ham with a slice of cheese, then place the top of the roll on top. Place 2 sandwiches onto each piece of foil. 3. Combine the melted butter, Dijon, dried onion and brown sugar. Pour evenly over the tops of the sandwiches. 4. Fold the sides of each packet up and seal closed. Place the packets on warm campfire coals. Cook, turning frequently, until the cheese is melted and the rolls are lightly toasted, 10 -15 minutes. Source: Technology has become a large part of our society; we depend on it to learn, in- form, and connect with oth- ers daily. Using technology, however, can have negative effects as well. Most of us probably know a young child who watches YouTube regularly. How of- ten do we stop to watch and closely monitor what is on the screen? A growing trend with chil- dren on YouTube is the fas- cination of watching oth- er children play with toys. There is a countless sup- ply of these videos, such as "Surprise Eggs" and "Fin- ger Family," which each have hundreds of thousands of views. YouTube also added an au- to-play feature, which allows similar videos to stream one after the other, continuous- ly. Kids are then exposed far beyond their initial search and are soon watching one video after another. Parents across the coun- try can attest to the fighting and tantrums thrown when the tablets, phones, or iPads are taken away from the chil- dren because they are so en- tranced by the videos. Social media is another black hole, typically for old- er children. Teens can be subjected to cyber bully- ing, stranger danger, identi- ty theft, phishing, and sexu- al exploitation. Apps such as Instagram, Snapchat, Whisper, Twitter, and YouTube can all be dan- gerous for teens if used in- correctly. Many teens have several accounts, some of which include "ghost ac- counts" used to hide online activity from their parents. Children are being sexu- alized by photos of celebri- ties and are taught that ap- pearance is what matters most. Pressure is put on both girls and boys to look a certain way and "likes" and "follows" become addictive for young teen brains. Chil- dren can feel they need to post sexy photos and say extreme things just for more attention. Now that we know some of the problems with tech- nology, let's talk about ways to avoid them. We need to help and support our chil- dren by closely monitoring what they are doing online. This can include having clear rules for children re- garding social media, check- ing the web browser regu- larly, activating privacy set- tings and parental controls on devices, and installing anti-virus hardware on your computer. Talking openly to your children is the best way to ensure that they know the dangers of the internet and social media. These may be uncomfortable topics, but discussing them is very im- portant for their safety. It is much better to have these conversations before a situa- tion occurs rather than after. There are many safe- ty apps which help parents monitor and control their children's online usage. These apps include, but are not limited to, Netnanny, Mammabear, SafeKidsPro, Social Shield, WebWatcher, MyMobileWatchDog, Teen- safe, and Phonesheriff. Each app is unique in what it helps control, so find the one that will work best for your fam- ily. This column is written by Jenna Kruse, MSW, school so- cial worker for Youth First, Inc., a local nonprofit dedi- cated to strengthening youth and families. Youth First pro- vides 55 Master's level social workers to 76 schools in 10 In- diana counties. Over 38,000 youth and families per year have access to Youth First's school social work and after- school programs that prevent substance abuse, promote healthy behaviors, and max- imize student success. Monitor children's use of technology closely Deno's YarD Barns / steel BuilDings PetersBurg Walker Motors on Hwy. 57 oaklanD CitY 2 Locations! HauBstaDt Easy Credit Yard Barns Vinyl, Wood or Metal Siding Metal or Shingle roofing FOR SALE: RENT TO OWN, NO CREDIT CHECKS • Carports • Garages • Residential • Commercial • Agricultural a+ RATED Voted Best of the Best! CUSTOM ORDERS • SOME BUILT ON SITE Four Locations: FREE DELIVERY! For more info or appointment, call: Mel Deno: 812-453-1067 or Brian Strickland: 812-632-0383 Location: 2667 E. Co. Rd. 400 S., Winslow View photos on, I.D. number 46613 Terms and Conditions: Cash or check with proper I.D.; announcements day of auction take precedence over previous advertisements; buying everything as is, where is. Any questions: contact Kaleb Claridge 812-789-6761 Check auctionzip oen for updated listings and pictures. Crocks/Pottery: 10 gallon Bee Sting crock, 5 gallon Bee Sting crock, 3 gallon Bee Sting churn, 5 gallon Bee Sting churn, 8 gallon double handle UHL jug, 5 gallon UHL crock w/lid, 10 gallon UHL crock, 6 gallon Evansville UHL crock, 5 gallon UHL jug, 6 gallon UHL crock, 6 gallon Illinois pottery, 6 gallon water cooler, 3 gallon jug, French Lick whiskey jug, 8 bread bowl crocks, 3 UHL bean pots, 1 gallon crock, 1/2 gallon crock, small butter crocks, 15+ stoneware pitch - ers (UHL and others), UHL mug, western stoneware jug, 2 whiskey jugs, 25+ pieces of Hull, all types of vases and other pieces, 7 pieces of McCoy. Antiques/Collectibles/Primitives: Ted Williams Root Beer sign, jars of old marbles, 5 antique coffee grinders, 2 Dazey butter churns, several old lunch boxes, 15 pieces of graniteware, wooden Dixie Beer crate, wooden dovetail boxes, 2 butter molds, 3 rolling pins, vintage gas cans, small whiskey barrel, wooden churn, Vaughn axe, 3 hatchets (Boy Scout and others), old beer taps, 15+ quilts, old watches, vintage valentines, cast iron kettle, lots of arrowheads and tomahawks, 18+ pocket knives, old comic books, custom jewelry. Glassware/Furniture: 85+ pieces of Carnival glass pitchers, vases, candy dishes, cups, punch bowl set and more, set of China dishes, set of Noritake dishes, vintage cookie jars, 25+ oil lamps, antique secretary, antique 6 panel pie safe, 3 primitive tables, round antique table, antique chest of drawers, small drop leaf table, magazine rack, small wooden table, China cabinet, antique cabinet. Tractor implements/Tools/Misc.: John Deere 2 bottom plow, two 6 . discs, bush hog, scaffolding, wrenches, C clamps, pipe wrench - es, pliers, toolboxes, screwdrivers, bench grinder, hammers, power washer, long handle tools and other tools, concrete bird bath, con- crete planter, concrete statue, fishing rods, box lots and so much more. Auctioneer's Note: You won't want to miss this auction. Auction will last for several hours. Check or cash only. Auction will be held indoors, with seats available in a climate-controlled building. is is just a partial listing. Hope to see you there. NELSON RELOCATION AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 13 10 a.m. EDT Preview: Friday, July 19 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. EDT Auctioneer's Note: Large auction with many quality items. Two auctioneers will be selling for a good portion of the day, starting with guns and household items at 9 a.m. Tractors and implements sell at noon. For color photos, visit our website at Terms & Conditions: Cash or check with proper ID. Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Announcements day of auction take precedence over previous advertising. Saturday, July 20 9:00 AM EDT Auction located at e Huntingburg Conservation Club, 8728 S. 100 W., Ferdinand. From U.S. 231 South in Huntingburg, take Sunset Dr. for 1 mile, then right on Co. Rd. 200 W. for 2.1 miles, then le on Co. Rd. 950 S. for 1 mile to Co. Rd. 100 W., then le for 1 mile to auction site. Watch for auction signs. 38 Vintage & Modern Rifles • Shotguns • Handguns Case XX Bowie Knife • 5 Case XX Hunting Knives 2 Buck Knives • Hen & Rooster • Ammo Hunting Gear • WWII & Military Books Restored John Deere 620 Tractor Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor Farm Implements • Wood Splitter Crasman Woodworking Equipment Gas Powered Water Pump • Poulan Rear Tine Tiller 2 Power Washers • Lawn & Garden Antique & Collectibles • Glassware Household Furniture & Smalls • Acorn Stair Li Exercise Machines • Lawn & Garden Items Many other items too numerous to mention

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