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July 10, 2019

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The Press-Dispatch Local Wednesday, July 10, 2019 A- 5 1704 HART STREET, VINCENNES 812-882-1191 • Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9am-5pm, Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 9am-5pm We Service What We Sell! RCS SUPERSTORE MARRIAGE LICENSE Morris R. Miley, 63, of 4710 N. Park Lane Dr., Petersburg, son of Morris H. and Mabel I. Miley, to Eula F. Adker- son, 75, of 4710 N. Park Lane Dr., Petersburg, daughter of William J. and Eula A. Mitchell. Pregnant... or think you are? Call:1-877-257-1084 or Locally Call: 1-812-354-2814 • Free pregnancy testing • Free counseling and info. on pregnancy options. • Confi dential counseling for women & men who are suff ering from post-abortion syndrome. • Residential Care • Health and assistance referrals. • Training and education. • Assistance in getting baby and maternity clothes Pike County food April-June sanitarian report By Pam Cosby Pike County Health De- partment Retail Food San- itarian second quarter In- spection report for April 1 through June 30, 2019. The following are summa- ries of inspections conduct- ed by Pike County Health Department from April 1 through June 30, 2019. Re- tail food establishments are allowed up to 30 days to re- spond and/or correct vio- lations, with re-inspections completed at the discretion of the Food Sanitarian. TEMPORARY INSPECTIONS Galaxy's Goodies: No vi- olations observed. Horton's Fish Market: 1 Non-critical violation: Un- labeled working containers (corrected). Three Nails Project: 1 Non-critical violation: Un- labeled working containers (corrected). Kolb's Culinary Cre- ations: 2 Non-critical vi- olations: Unlabeled work- ing containers (corrected); seals of under-counter cool- er soiled (corrected). Thainamite: 1 Non-crit- ical violation: Unlabeled working containers (cor- rected). ROUTINE INSPECTIONS Pike Central MS/HS: No violations observed. Petersburg Little League: 1 Non-critical vio- lation: Gap in bottom seal of exterior door. Winslow Youth Sports: No violations observed. Winslow Elementary: No violations observed. The Igloo: 2 Critical vi- olations: Improper stor- age of chemicals (correct- ed); potentially-hazardous foods not date-labeled (cor- rected); 4 Non-critical viola- tions: Paper towels not pro- vided in restroom (correct- ed); soiled non-food contact equipment; heavy ice build- up in chest freezers; floors soiled. Kona Ice: No violations observed. Circle K #2418: 1 Criti- cal violation: Expired Food Manager certification; 3 Non-critical violations: San- itizer test strips not avail- able; upright freezer > 0° F; heavy ice build-up in chest freezer. Subway (Petersburg): 3 Non-critical violations: Gap in exterior door seal; mats under front prep coun- ter worn (R); tile at thresh- olds to rear door and walk- in freezer in poor condition (R). Petersburg Food Mart: No violations observed. Big Dipper: 1 Critical vi- olation: Expired Food Man- ager certification; 2 Non- critical violations: Work- ing containers not labeled (corrected); seals of under- counter coolers soiled (cor- rected). Fish Hut (Petersburg): 5 Non-critical violations: Working containers not la- beled (corrected); improp- er storage of single serve supplies (corrected); non- food contact surfaces soiled (corrected); indoor trash receptacles soiled; non-food contact surfaces soiled; floor in pizza prep and stor- age rooms in poor condition (repairs scheduled). Pike County Farmers' Market: No violations ob- served. Bird Hunters new clubhouse going up The Pike County Bird Hunters Club recently flattened the old clubhouse and have a new building on the same site under roof. They expect to have concrete poured and much of the construction complete in the next few weeks, according to club president Chris Kinman. The new building is 30 feet by 56 feet, with a 10-foot covered lean-to on the north side facing the covered shelter house and trap range. James Capozella photo A new approach to church D R THE CLOSET "But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly." –Matthew 6:6, KJV Life is not all about you, except on ursdays at e Closet Door, where it is all about you and your relationship with Jesus Christ. Preparing hearts to go into the closet to pray so that they can go out into the world to serve Jesus Christ. If you are not regularly attending church because: • You feel disenfranchised or alienated • You feel you do not belong • You can't make it to church on Sundays • You feel uncomfortable in church • You had a bad experience • You just got out of the habit of going THEN THE CLOSET DOOR IS FOR YOU! Beginning on ursday, July 18 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Immanuel Baptist Church in Petersburg (next to Jay C) Is it time for a digital detox? "Cleanse" diets are de- signed to help people clear their bodies of foods that might have an adverse effect on their health. Many people find such di- ets effective, prompting others to won- der if a digital cleanse, par- ticularly while on vacation, might produce equally ben- eficial results. Advances in technology make it possible for people to essentially be on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Free Wi-Fi is avail- able at restaurants, rest stops and hotels and beck- oning people to stay con- nected. In fact, according to information from Ho-, free hotel Wi- Fi has become the most sought after amenity at re- sorts and places to stay. But is there a price to pay by remaining so available to work and other outside influences while traveling for recreation? Studies have shown that unplugging while on vaca- tion — or at other times — can boost meaningful con- versations and more. The study, "Can you connect with me now? How the pres- ence of mobile communica- tion technology influences face-to-face conversation quality," indicates devic- es can negatively impact closeness, connection and conversation quality, es- sentially interfering with human relationships. Phones and other digi- tal devices also force peo- ple to multitask. Evidence suggests that multitask- ing isn't all it's cracked up to be, leading to prevent- able errors and actually delaying the completion of tasks. A 2010 study from re- searchers in France found that the human brain can handle two complicated tasks relatively easily be- cause it has two lobes that can divide responsibility equally between the two. Add a third task, however, and it can overwhelm the frontal cortex and increase mistakes. Trying to multi- task on vacation can lead to stressful feelings and not being fully immersed in the experience. Being connected while on vacation may leave a person dealing with stresses they normally would avoid un- til returning home. A study published in the journal Ap- plied Research in Quality of Life indicates that stress ac- crued on vacation can cause people to feel like they had lower energy at work after returning from a relaxing vacation. Taking a step back from their phones, tablets and laptops while vacationing can help people make the most of their getaways. Such a break can promote mindfulness, encourage people to try new things and lead to more meaning- ful conversations with trav- el companions.

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