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May 20, 2020

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The Press-Dispatch Wednesday, May 20, 2020 B-1 HOME LIFE TO ADVERTISE: Call: 812-354-8500 Email: Visit: 820 E. Poplar Street, Petersburg Deadline: 5 p.m. on Monday HIDDEN TREASURE. This 3 bedroom with 3 full bath home is unbelievable. The entire main level has designer oak trim and oak doors. The base board trim is 5 1/4 solid oak. The main family room area has solid 3/4 hickory flooring. The custom made kitchen cabinets are also made of hickory. Kitchen counter tops and bath room vanities are made of granite. The windows are Anderson Therm pane. Walls are 2X6 with 2.5 inches foam insulation and batt insulation. High efficiency gas furnace and hot water heater. Bonus 16X22 enclosed sun room. Three car garage that has a shingled roof that matches the house. Most all of the remodeling and improvements are 3 years old or less. Lots more to see! $209,000. MLS#202013352 COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES Hardware store ready for new owners. Fully equipped with display shelving, key cutter, glass cutter, lots of inventory to get new owner started. Building has new roof, gutters with metal siding on east and west gable ends of building. Lots of extras! Oakland City. New Price $145,000. MLS# 201650829 Great investment property. The duplex is located in a very private area with no traffic. The access city street is a dead end road. Renters will feel like they live in the country. Property includes an additional lot that could be used for future development. MLS#202004171 Great property to live in or use as a rental. Two bedroom with eat in kitchen. Lots of cabinets. MLS#202005630 Need a spot to put a mobile home or modular? Here is a .56 acre lot located on St. Rd. 57 in Rolling Acres. Corner lot with electric, water and gas available. MLS#201952272 - Listed to Sell $10,000.00 BACK ON MARKET! Eddie Boyd, Principal Broker Kay Helfen Associate Broker 812-582-1145 Addey Boyd Associate Broker 812-354-5599 Keith Shoultz Associate Broker 812-664-6640 602 E. MAIN, PETERSBURG BOYD REALTY & DEVELOPMENT LLC 812-354-8893 SIAR CHOOSE BOYD FOR Personal SERVICE! WE HAVE CLIENTS LOOKING FOR HOMES! • LIST WITH US TODAY! Storage Building units for Rent. Located on 808 Collins Street, Winslow. 8X12 unit $60/Month. WISH LIST! WE NEED LISTINGS Looking for a two to five acre country lot with available electric and water. Looking for a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with garage. Stick built or modular for $95,000- $110,000, in the Petersburg area. This home is one of the quality homes built in Winslow during the 1930 era. The woodwork and quality of workmanship will amaze you. This home has a lot to offer. Two bedrooms on the main floor with large almost walk-in closets. Everything has been well-maintained. The living room has a cozy fireplace that opens up into a large sunroom with a separate HVAC unit. The basement has a fireplace for bedroom or office that has a walk-out door that accesses the two-car garage. The attic area has a wood stairway for access into a very nice storage area. Large yard area. Lots to see. New 96% gas furnace installed January, 2020. MLS#201946973 NEW LISTING SALE PENDING! Three bedroom, one bathroom on State Road 356. Features large living room, some new carpet and new furnace. $72,500 MLS#202005839 SALE PENDING! SALE PENDING! Looking for a well built brick home on a lake? This is for you. Homes like this are hard to find and don't come onto the market very often..This home has a lot to offer. Spacious 2 bedrooms on the upper level with 2 full baths. Open concept with the Kitchen, dining room and family room with a fireplace. Dining room area has a bay window that overlooks the lake. Newer stainless steel appliances. Basement area is a two bedroom apartment with equipped kitchen, living room and full bath. There is a wood burning insert that heats the downstairs and a lot of the upper level on these cold winter days. Walkout basement with a great view of the lake. Enclosed deck that would be a great area to have summer barbecues for friends and family. MLS#202005473 SOLD! If you see something, SAY SOMETHING YOUTH FIRST TODAY By Jordan Beach Youth First, Inc. It's not pleasant to think about, but unfortunately, many children are abused or neglected every day, some- times by their parents or guardians. In most states teachers are man- dated reporters of child abuse or ne- glect. In some states, including Indi- ana, every single person is considered a mandated reporter. That means any person who has reason to believe a child is a victim of abuse or neglect must report it to the proper authori- ties. With school buildings closed, Youth First wants to remind all adults that if you see something, it's important to say something. We can all help care for kids. With school letting out suddenly in March, many things needed to hap- pen quickly to ensure the success of our students. People came together to make sure students had materials nec- essary to complete work and meal ser- vice was coordinated for students who needed it. One thing that has gotten far less at- tention, however, is the safety of stu- dents now that they don't have a safe haven in their schools. This brings up a huge concern regarding increased incidents of abuse and neglect going undetected and therefore not being re- ported to the appropriate authorities. During the school day students come in contact with teachers, nurs- es, counselors, social workers and other key school personnel who have been trained to identify warning signs of abuse and neglect. When students are out of school these warning signs can go unseen or be overlooked. Now it is time to call on the community to help us ensure the safety and well-be- ing of our children. Per the Department of Child Ser- vices (DCS) website, in the months of March and April 2019, there were 42,067 child abuse or neglect reports made to DCS in Indiana. Fast forward to 2020, and during those same months only 30,860 reports were made. That is a difference of 11,207 reports. In a perfect world, we could imagine there are just far less reports to be made, but the reality is that without the su- SPAGHETTI WITH BACON 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 Scrolling through recipes this week, I came across one that I remember my mom making when I was younger. We didn't have a lot of money growing up, so mom had to get creative with how to feed a family of five. This recipe only uses five ingre- dients, so it's quick, easy, deli- cious and relatively inexpensive. Hopefully, during this time, you will be able to find the bacon. Enjoy! INGREDIENTS • 8 ounces uncooked spaghetti • 1/2 pound bacon strips, chopped • 1 medium onion, chopped • 1 can (14-1/2 ounces) diced tomatoes, undrained • 1 can (8 ounces) tomato sauce DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 350°. Cook spaghetti according to package directions for al dente. 2. In a large skillet, cook bacon and onion over me- dium heat until bacon is crisp, stirring occasion- ally; drain. Stir in tomatoes and tomato sauce; bring to a boil. 3. Drain spaghetti; transfer to a greased 11x7-in. baking dish. Spread sauce over top. Bake, cov- ered, 40 -45 minutes or until bubbly. Source: tasteof Continued on page 2

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