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PAGE !8 October 17, 2013 Thursday, Deb Botzek-Linn U of M Extension Where is the first place kids go when they get home from school? The kitchen. They rum- mage through the cupboards and refrigerator seeking a snack. The kitchen is not always the safest place if kids become ill from the food they eat. Children under age 15 are at a higher risk for food- borne illness as their immune system is not as developed as an adult's. When heading to after-school snack time, kids can help prevent foodborne illness by following these guidelines: Place backpacks, books, and sports equipment onthe floor, or designated area. They carry germs that we don't want on the table or counters where food is prepared. Clean out lunch boxes and throw away "refrigerator type" ........ ....... www.tricountynews.mn 4::II:U .... ~S foods, such as sandwiches, yogurt Hot dogs need to-be cooked, microwave-safe cookware, not metal, tubes, cheese sticks that are left " not eaten from the package, foil, or plastic tubs and cartons that over from lunch. Milk, lunchmeat, hard cooked couldsparlq overheat, ormelt. Wash hands with soap and eggs, yogurt or cheese needs to be * Make pot holders available water for 20 seconds before food quickly put back in the refrigerator, and instruct kids howto use them. prep and eating. Don't eat perishable food, like Be sure they understand how to Wash flesh fruits and vege- pizza or leftovers, left out of the remove food from the microwave tables with running water before refrigerator more than 2 hours, and that steam can burn. you eat them. Are your children allowed to* Instruct children on the impor- Do not eat bread or soft fruits use the microwave after school? If tance of stirring all hot drinks and or vegetables with mold or that so, teach them personal and food- soups before tasting to make sure are bruised, safety microwave practices: they don't burn their mouths. Unbaked cookie dough may Teach them to read and fol- Make teaching your kids food contain raw eggs and is not to be low the microwave instructions safety fun with these creative eaten, on the package, learning activities at: http://l.usa. Supply them with govH5mXCDX. .C, f Show Your Patriotic Pride . Variety of 3x5 Flags Installation Available Contact: Wally Strand 612-7354212 John Smith 320-398-8025 Bob Hermann 320-693-6782 Lee Dahlqulst 320-28d Tents, Tables, Chairs (Z20) SECURITY FOR YOUR LEGACY. Our agents can help make buying life insurance easy. Ask about our free, no obligation life insurance needs analysis. We offer a variely of policies to help protect your dreams. Thomas Ehlinger Agency, Inc. 39A Maus Drive #3 Kimball, MN 55353 Bus: (320) 398-3645 tehliflge@amfam.corn AMERICAN FAMILY o = mm II~'lllll aWll I[*l..]l~ ~>2012 ()L;~(JSO 1, chine & Attachments 320-453-3525 Skid Steer Attachments . Aluminum Welding :Hoses & Fabdcatln Dan Thielen, Owner Greg Thielen, Manager 522 Meeker Ave." East .Eden Valley ProAdjuster system... comfortable and consistent treatment option. I~ Manipulation X-ray > Acuptmcture t, Physiotherapy Physical & Ma, ge Therapy I, All Insurance Accepted Dr. Marry Dr. 5 Kf I 2LL CHIROPRACTIC (320) 398-7900 (888) 785-2813 510 : 55 East Kimball All of your personalized eyecare needs., close to COMPREHENSIVE EYE E~MINAiq~ EYE HEALTH ASSESSMENTS EYE DISEASE DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT SURGICAL CO-MANAGEMENT URGENT CARE SERVICES EYEWEAR & CONTACT LENSES LAKES Eye Clinic i)r. l;emrite, Optometrist 308 5th Ave. S #110, Cold Spring 685-5adR) ~ www.lakese, THE ~GEST POLARIS DEALERSHIP ON EARTH MINNESOTA'S JOHN DEERE.SUPERSTORE Snowmoblles Utility Motorcycles Mowers Tractors www.mfesou~ 720 HWY. 55 WEST WATKINS Watkins: Your large & small Kimball: 'imr small animal Veterinary Clinic animal Veterinm~ Clinic www.watkimrv etdinil:.orn EMERGENCY SERVICE AVAILABLE small engine repair 51 Elm Street Kimball, MN 55353 Riding Tractors Tillers Trimmers Mowers Blowers Boat Motors Golf Carts 320-980-1759 -----Todd Rohloff-----