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Page A-18 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 Looking for a Home City of Shelton 00_nimal Shelter Adoptions cost $75, which include vaccine, wormer, spay / neuter and a $10 city license. New dogs are brought in all the time. Call 427-7503 or visit the shelter at 902 W. Pine St. Dogs can be viewed at Shelton. petfinder.com. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The shelter is closed Saturday through Monday. Dogs available for adoption include: Shepherd/Lab Mix M 4 yrs. Pit Bull/Lab Mix F 2 yrs. Kitten Rescue This time of the year our kitten season has finally arrived. We have a small steady supply of healthy and friendly kittens just waiting for that purrrfect indoor home. For more information go to our website kittenresq.net or call us at 360-426-2455 or 360- 584-0594. Adopt-A-Pet Neta American Staffordshire Terrier & Dalmatian Mix Adult Female Medium Neta is a Dalmatian / Pit mix... WOW do you want a dog that will play ball, come meet Neta. Her owner was moving and had 2 other small dogs, so they took the small ones and gave up Neta. She is a very friendly 6 year old who loves to be with people of all ages, She loves to play ball, go on walks and loves her squeaky toys. Nita likes kids but she is not good with cats or other dogs. She wants to have a fam- ily of her own. Just look at that happy face and see how much she wants to be a loving family member. To meet Neta contact: Adopt-a-Pet Shelton WA; the- doghouse3091@hotmail.com FOOD INSPECTIONS Food inspections are provided by the Mason County Department of Health. Critical violations (red) and noncriti- cal violations (blue) are listed and are assigned a point value based on their seriousness. Critical violations, if left uncorrected, are more likely to lead to food contamination or foodborne ill- nesses. Noncritical violations do not directly relate to causing foodborne illnesses but could hinder the opera- tion of the restaurant. Establishments are typically inspected once or twice each year. Sept. 4: Wood Shed Bar & Grill (pre- opening inspection) - No deficiencies Sept. 5: Jitter Bug Dance Center (pre-opening inspection) - No defi- ciencies Sept. 5: Mystical Delightz (pre- opening inspection) - No deficien- cies Sept. 8: Raven's Brew at Sage Book Store - Red (10 points): Improper cold holding temperatures (5 points if 42 degrees Fahrenheit to 45 degrees Fahrenheit) Sept. 9: Hill's Coffee House - No de- ficiencies Sept. 10: Bob's Tavern - Red (10 points): Inadequate hand-washing facilities. Sept. 13: St. Edward Catholic Church (temporary food/event inspection) - No deficiencies Sept. 15: Bordeaux Elementary School - No deficiencies Sept. 15: Oakland Bay Junior High School - No deficiencies Sept. 15: Shelton High School - No deficiencies Sept. 15: Shelton High School Stu- dent Store - No deficiencies Sept. 16: El Puerto De Angeles (pre-opening inspection) - No defi- ciencies Sept. 16: Evergreen Elementary School- No deficiencies Sept. 16: Mountain View Elementary School - No deficiencies Sept. 16: Olympic Middle School- No deficiencies Sept. 17: CHOICE Alternative School - No deficiencies Sept. 17: Hood Canal School- No deficiencies Sept. 17: Southside School- No de- ficiencies Sept. 22: Gateway Christian Fellow- ship - No deficiencies Sept. 22: Shelton United Methodist Church - No deficiencies Sept. 22: Suzan's Grill - Red (5 points): Improper cold hold- ing temperatures (5 points if 42 degrees Fahrenheit to 45 de- grees Fahrenheit); potentially hazardous food in prep cold hold temped at 45 degrees. All potentially hazardous food must be cold held at 41 degrees or colder. Adjust thermostat imme- diately. Sept. 22: The Muze Restaurant (pre- opening inspection) - No deficiencies Sept. 24: Subway Sandwiches #2 - No deficiencies Sept. 24: Taco Bell #16924 - No de- ficiencies Sept. 24: Union Square Deli - No de- ficiencies Sept. 26: Taylor Station - No defi- ciencies Sept. 29: Pioneer Middle School - No deficiencies Sept. 29: Pioneer Primary School - No deficiencies Sept. 30: Mary M. Knight School - No deficiencies Sept. 30: Michael's Meats & Seafood - No Deficiencies Oct. 2: Allyn Market - Blue (3 points): Improper eating, tasting, drinking, or tobacco use. Rear bathroom smelled of heavy cigarette smoke. Cigarettes in ash tray in break area. No smoking allowed inside any food establish- ment. Oct. 3: Hood Canal Grocery Inc. - No deficiencies Oct. 4: Boy Scout Troop 9110 - (tem- porary food/event inspection) No defi- ciencies Oct. 4: Marissa Ann Goodell Shining Star (temporary food/event inspection) - No deficiencies Oct. 4: Mason County Association of Realtors - (temporary food/event inspection) No deficiencies see FOOD, page A-19 81 SE. Walker Park Rd. Shelton (360) 426-1840 JAil-Natural [ All-Natural I Rump Roast I =",m, I or Bottom I l, m I Round Steak I All-Natural All-Natural Boneless POrk BUtt Tllapia Chicken Bre i Ro=mdor Steak Flllsts Try Delicious