Vigo County Health Department
October 8 – October 13
Homey’s Que and Grill, 1100 S 13th St-(2 Critical 3 Non-Critical) Found moldy dough in cooler (discarded)
3-bay spray nozzle found hanging below flood rim.
Subway # 10495, 1485 Ft Harrison Rd-(1 Critical) Sanitizer dispensing into 3 bay sink and wiping cloth buckets measured at 100ppm, should be at least 200ppm.
Popeyes, 3551 S US Hwy 41-(1 Critical) Black debris found on drive thru and lobby nozzle casings.
Franklin Elementary School, 1600 Dr Iverson Bell Lane-(1 Non-Critical)
Cackleberries, 303 S 7th St-(1 Non-Critical)
Tiers of Elegance, 2939 S 7th St-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Subway #24693, 423 W National Ave
Farm Store at White Violet Center, 1 Sisters of Providence
Deming Elementary School, 1750 8th Ave
Subway, 1735 N 3rd St
Hardee’s, 200 N 3rd St
CVS Pharmacy #8679, 2021 Ft Harrison Rd
Casey’s General Store #1864, 3266 N 25th St
Family Dollar Store #3890, 7 Plaza North Shopping Center
Big Lots #1953, 1800 Ft Harrison Rd
McLean Education Center, 961 Lafayette Ave
Ouacahe Elementary, 501 Maple Ave
Starbucks Coffee Company #2727, 3017 S US Hwy 41
Cranky’s, 2155 N 13th St
North Vigo High School, 3434 Maple Ave
Warren Village-MLM, 1300 N 25th St
Approved to Operate at Covered Bridge
Approved to Operate at ISU Homecoming
American Legion Post 346
Hard Times Inc DBA Sonka’s
Charlie’s Pub and Grub #1
Charlie’s Pub and Grub
Indiana State University
After spending time in prison as a teen for a carjacking sentence, Dwayne Betts changed the direction of his life and pointed it in a positive direction promoting education, writing and activism.
His book, A Question of Freedom, was the ISU fall freshman read and he will be the second speaker in the Indiana State University Speaker Series on Oct. 22.
At just 16 years old, Betts was arrested for a carjacking charge, tried as an adult and sentenced to nine years in prison. Since then, he has transformed himself into a critically acclaimed writer and poet who has published several works, a former Yale Law School student and the national spokesperson for the Campaign for Youth Justice.
Betts used his time in prison to focus on making productive and positive change for himself and others as well. He currently is an advocate for prison reform and often discusses the connection between art and social justice and the current state of the criminal justice system.
Betts' book, A Question of Freedom, was selected as the ISU fall freshman read and chronicles his years in prison. He reflects back to the details of his crime and discusses his discovery of reading and education in prison. His book is a record of his quest for identity and survival in a hostile environment.
Betts' presentation will be at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22 in Tilson Auditorium. His presentation will be free and open to the public.
For more information please call 812-237-3770 or go online to www.hulmancenter.org.
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