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Indiana Central News
Terre Haute, Indiana
Terre Haute, Indiana
Vigo County Health Department
Aug. 24 – Aug. 29
Real Hacienda, 2750 S 3rd St-(3 Critical) Steak, cheese and pork all found at 50-53F should be at 41F or less (discarded) Soda nozzles found with black debris. Ice machine found with black debris inside.
Maurizios, 5035 N Lafayette St-(2 Critical) Ham chunks, sliced ham, hamburger held past 7 days (discarded) No dates on meats in walk-in cooler.
Cranky’s, 2155 N 13 St-(2 Non- Critical)
West Vigo Elementary School, 501 Olive St-(1 Non-Critical)
Establishments with No Violations
Subway, 423 E National St
Approved To Open/Operate after Remodel
Sno Biz of North Terre Haute
Sauté Catering/Groovy Grub Concessions
Wabash Valley Correctional Facility
CARLISLE- Wabash Valley Correctional Facility (WVCF) Purposeful Living Unit Serve (PLUS) offenders have been hard at work making masks since the COVID-19 pandemic started.
Now requests have come from local schools in Shakamak, Dugger and Sullivan asking if WVCF could provide masks for students over the course of the current school year. This was a request offenders and staff alike were honored to accept. Work began nearly immediately as offenders who participate in the PLUS program produced 2,000 masks prior to the first day of classes.
"To say I’m proud of the work done by the offenders to make such a large number of masks is such a short period of time would be an understatement.” said Warden Frank Vanihel. “Being a productive part of society means learning to rise to the unexpected challenges and opportunities that can appear at any time.”
PLUS is a faith and character-based re-entry initiative. Purposeful Living Units Serve offers participants alternatives for rehabilitation. Whether participants choose to learn from character-based materials or faith-based materials, the living units are geared towards teaching core fundamental values that challenge and focus on positive reinforcement through learned behavior. The emphasis of this voluntary initiative focuses on strengthening spiritual, moral, and character development as well as life-skills. This is the basis towards re-entry into the community. For more information visit this PLUS link on the IDOC website.
PLUS offenders could not give back to the community without the fabric donations received on a regular basis. To donate, please contact Community Service Director Jackie Storm at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-398-5050, Extension 3117.
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News Writer: Lucy Perry