Vigo County Health Department
February 12-23, 2018
Baesler’s Market, 2900 Poplar St., (1 Critical, 1 Non Critical)-Containers of ice cream covered in ice crystals.
Joan & Yogi One Stop, 6638 St Rd 63, (1 Critical, 1 Non Critical)-Raw hamburger stored over cooked pasta in refrigerator (corrected).
BPO Elks #86, 2125 N 25th St., (1 Critical)-Soda nozzle in bar found with debris (corrected).
Arby’s #970, 3670 S US Hwy 41, (1 Critical)-Debris accumulated on ice chute on soda machine.
Express Mart, 1831 N 3rd St., (1 Critical)-Towel and scrub brush found in hand wash sink.
Idle Creek Golf Course Inc., 5353 Eldredge Rd., (1 Critical)-Certified food handler expired.
Subway #38958, 2399 S St Rd 46, (2 Non Critical)
Jimmy John’s, 3734 S Us Hwy 41, (1 Non Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Show-Me’s, 2324 S 3rd St.
Harvest Bakery, 905 S 25th St.
Auntie Anne’s Soft Pretzels, 3401 S US Hwy 41
Grandma Vera’s Café & Bakery, 1001 W National Ave.
Cranky’s, 2155 N 13th St.
Circle K #2255, 1280 Lafayette Ave.
Jiffy Mini Mart #531, 1131 N 3rd St.
Peddle Park Housing, 1616 S 25th St.
Dollar General #6061, 7 Meadows Shopping Ctr.
Rollie’s Pizza Inc., 5030 S 7th St.
American Legion Krietenstein Post #104, 2690 Ft Harrison Rd.
Sycamore Country Club, 200 Heritage Dr.
Sweet Lou’s Pizzeria South LLC, 1842 S 3rd St.
Indiana State University
Keep up on the latest medical information by attending the 23rd annual Mini Medical School sessions, March 6 through April 24.
This program is free of charge and open to the public to discuss medical training, medical procedures, current medical news and medical concerns of the public.
Speakers for each session will include physicians and/or other health care specialists typically involved in the diagnosis and treatment of the symptom or condition under discussion. Speakers have been asked to focus on wellness, prevention and health care. Following a 40- to 50-minute presentation and a refreshment break, a moderator will accept questions from the audience relating to the evening’s topic.
The forum is not intended to provide diagnosis of specific disease concerns of the public, but to suggest paths needed for consumers to resolve their medical questions.
All sessions will be held 6:30-8:30 p.m. each Tuesday at the Landsbaum Center for Health Education, located at 1433 North 6 1/2 St.
Sessions are free but reservations are recommended due to limited seating. Contact Extended Learning at Indiana State at 812-237-2345 or register online at https://isuaceweb-001.indstate.edu/ShowGroups.awp and click on Continuing Education.
Sessions and their scheduled topics are:
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