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Pea Ridge: Community Updates

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

— PLAYFUL PALSFREE TO GOOD HOME

Kittens - Six to eight weeks old, no vaccinations, call Arleen Thorn 273-3041. (9/9)

Tabby Cat - Two years old, female, spayed, declawed on front, call 721-3669. (9/9)

Cat - Black and white Persian, call Tonya 659-4606. (8/26)

Cat - Five years old, declawed, spayed, vaccinations up to date, call 925-4324. (8/12)

Chocolate Lab - One and a half years old, male, good with kids, mildnatured, call 256-8630. (8/12) LOST ANIMALS

Chihuahua - Long black hair,about four pounds, call Cheryl Helms at 631-7269. (9/9)

Shih Tzu - Black and white, lost near Lee Town Road, call Danielle at 616-2503. (8/5)

Huskey - Male, black and white, blue eyes, call 451-1872. (8/5) FOUND ANIMALS

Weimaraner - Large male, brown, call 640-1086. (8/5)

Black cat - Blue collar, call 855-6350. (8/5)

To list animals in this column, call 451-1196 (no "for sale" animals). Items will be run for six weeks; call The Times to remove the animal from this list.

WARRANTY DEEDS

Shelby Burnett, trustee of the Shelby Burnett Revocable Trust, to Jodie Mc-

Intyre, Lot 20, Sugar Creek Residential Community, Phase I, Pea Ridge, $202,000, filed

Aug. 24.

David Wayne Musteen to Patricia M. Musteen, part of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4,

Section 30,T-21-N, R-29-W, Pea Ridge, $156,000, filed Aug. 25.

The Plantation LLC to Castoe Construction Inc., Lots 18, 20-24, 27-28 and 43-44,

Summit Meadows, Phase 1, Pea Ridge, $150,000. filed Aug. 24.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT INSPECTIONS

All reports are from regular food service/food store inspections unless otherwise noted.

◊Critical violations are defined as items that relate directly to factors that lead to food-borne illness, and must be corrected immediately.

◊Noncritical violations are defined as items that relate to maintenance of food operations and cleanliness.

Aug. 26

Marvin's Food Saver

240 N. Curtis Ave., Pea Ridge

Critical violations: Need to label bottles of sanitizer. Infant formula out of date.

Noncritical violations:Thermometer on walk in freezer does not work.

Acambaro

150 S. Curtis Ave., Pea Ridge

Critical violations: Raw meat stored over produce. Employee wiped sweat from face with hand and went to return to food service without washing hands.

Noncritical violations: Employees involved in food prep must wear hair restraints.

Employees involved in food prep may now wear jewelry on hands and wrists. Back door by dishwashing area does not shut completely.Wiping cloths need to be stored in sanitation bucket.

MILITARY BRIEFNavy recruit graduates

Navy Seaman Recruit Joseph A. Bullard, son of Judy L.

Bullard of Garfield, and Carey G. Bullard of Lowell, Ark., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.

During the eight-week program, Bullard completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness.

The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations." This exercise gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet. "Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the practical application of basic Navy skills and the core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment. Its distinctly "Navy" flavor was designed to take into account what it means to be a Sailor.

Bullard is a 2009 graduate of Pea Ridge High School.

Community, Pages 7 on 09/16/2009