Vigo County Health Department
April 1 – April 6
Valley Grill, 2170 N 3rd St-(2 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Diced ham, sliced ham, grilled peppers and onions, peas and pasta not marked with date of consumption. Hash browns 51F and breading found at room temperature, should be 41F or less.
Sonic Drive-In, 2149 S St Rd 46-(2 Critical, 1 Non- Critical) Inside ice machine found with buildup surrounding chutes. Pass thru trays and racks found with burnt on grease. Toppings containers and stacked stainless steel pans found with food debris.
McDonalds, 3606 S US Hwy 41- (1 Critical, 3 Non-Critical) Accumulated debris found inside of cooler on shelves.
Piloni’s, 1753 Lafayette Ave-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Observed dishwasher loading and unloading dishwasher without washing hands in-between.
Cheddar’s Casual Cafe, 4424 S US Hwy 41-(1 Critical, 1 Non-Critical) Found dirty ladles on clean rack and meat slicer found with accumulated debris.
Charlies Pub & Grub, 1608 Crawford St-(1 Critical) Employee observed topping hamburger with bare hands (corrected)
Ouabache Elementary, 501 Maple Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Subway #1767, 1120 Wabash Ave-(1 Non-Critical)
Dollar General #9482, 7205 S St Rd 46-(1 Non-Critical)
Qdoba Mexican Grill, 3510 S US Hwy 41-(1 Non-Critical)
Footers Pizza, 248 S 7th St-(1 Non-Critical)
Fraternal Order of Eagles #291, 823 Poplar St-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
T C Wes Variety Store, 631 S 14th St
Bev’s Country Kitchen, 1303 S 25th St
Voiture 21- 40/8, 934 N 5th St
Fly-In-Café, 581 S Airport St
Washington Alternative High School, 3703 S 7th St
Approved to Operate
Cannonball Harley Davidson Bike Blessing
Approved to Open
Old Country Creamery
Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
CARLISLE – Recently, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility (WVCF) offenders and their significant others had the opportunity to complete a program designed to improve relationships.
The Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP) is a nine hour seminar that covers a variety of topics including events, issues and expectations in relationships. Several instructors are involved both from the facility and from the Indiana Department of Correction Central Office. Community Engagement Coordinator Jackie Storm, who coordinated the event stated, "The couples were excited to get the opportunity to gain the tools to have good communication, realistic expectations, and address the hidden issues in relationships. By creating these solid relationships, they will have better support for a successful re-entry.”
WVCF implemented PREP focusing on pre-marital and marital relationships at the end of 2008. It is designed to address the fundamental requirements of a long term relationship, communication, conflict management, commitment, and expectations. The program also teaches the participants coping skills to overcome problems such as substance abuse and domestic violence. WVCF hosts two programs a year.
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