Mobile Siren Testing

Mobile  Siren Testing

Do You Know: You can buy this marquee ad on Solomon's words for the wise for your business or event for only $10. per day! It's just one of the low cost advertising options available. Your ad is viewed 20,000 to 50,000 times every day. Email us for information on other ad locations.

3, 4, and 5 year old preschool openings at the United Christian Academy in Smethport, PA. Transportation provided. Open house and registration on Friday, April 25th from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Only $60.00 per month for 2 mornings per week. Applications available at the school office by calling 814-887-9231. Also accepting enrollment for kindergarten through 12th grade for the 2014-15 school year. The school offers developmental screening for preschoolers and employs only PA certified teachers.........................What do bugs, candy, rollercoasters, and legos have in common? They are all things that your kids could be doing this summer instead of just watching TV or playing video games. Send them to the half day summer camp program at the United Christian Academy in Smethport, PA. They will participate in special theme weeks which include many different activities, as well as a summer-long Olympics competition complete with medals and award ceremony. Call the school at 814-887-9231 for an application. Only $50.00 per week for a great learning experience. 9 a.m. to noon

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Pa. Agriculture Department Warns Restaurants of Potential Scam

Pa. Agriculture Department Warns Restaurants of Potential Scam
Berks County Restaurant Receives Call from Person Posing as Health Inspector

HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Restaurant owners, managers and staff across the state are urged to be on guard against a potential scam in which an unidentified caller claims to be a health inspector and asks for business information and money.

Agriculture Secretary George Greig said the caller is not a licensed agent of the state or any county. He also reminded restaurants that inspections by the Department of Agriculture's food sanitarians are always unannounced.

Upon arrival, sanitarians will identify themselves and show proper identification, including a commonwealth employee photo identification card and food sanitarian badge.

If a restaurant is contacted by someone claiming to be a health inspector who seems suspicious, restaurant personnel should contact local law enforcement.

Similar incidents occurred across the state in 2011.

For more information about food safety, visit www.eatsafePA.com.


1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Inspectors never ask for money. Why would they? Used to be in the restaurant business and never even one time did an inspector ask for money. So right there is the red flag of warning-this could be a scam.