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It is no coincidence that the celebration of Easter takes place each year in early spring, commemoration the resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. For easter is a celebration of rebirth, and what better time to celebrate this than when the earth is springing back into life. The new life of spring reminds us that this world is eternally productive and creative. The apparent lifelessness of winter is only an illusion. Sleeping just beneath the surface, is life and more life, awaiting Gods gentle touch to reawaken it. In the same way, Easter reminds us that the death of our bodies is an illusion. Beneath it is life and more life. The Bible tells us that God so loved the world that He gave us His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. We will one day shed our bodies, as the trees shed their leaves and snakes shed their skins, and we will be reborn into life everlasting.

And I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish neither shall anyone snatch them out of My hand. New K.J.V. John 10:28

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Art and Design: Contrast Saturday, Dec 19, 2009 to Sunday, Apr 18, 2010

This exhibition is the fifth in a series of six exhibitions over two years that demonstrates the role of the Principles of Design within artworks from the Museum’s Permanent Collection. This exhibit will focus on contrast, or the way artists distinguish one element of the piece from another through differences in size, shape, color or location. Location: Polk Museum of Art 800 East Palmetto Street Lakeland, Florida 33801 Hours: 9AM-5PM Cost: $5 general, $4 seniors, students free For more information, contact: Meredith Spresser 863.688.7743 x.235

Art Classes: Drawing and Acrylic Painting Wednesday, Jan 6, 2010 to Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Drawing class 10-10:50 am. Wednesdays. Beginning to Intermediate. Classes are in 6 week sessions for $80. Each 6 weeks the classes increase in complexity. Acrylic painting class 11:45 am1:15 pm. Wednesdays. Beginning to Intermediate. Classes are in 6 week sessions for $80. Each 6 weeks the classes increase in complexity. Register at 863-421-3700. Small class sizes of 5-15 students. Session I: January 6-February 10 Session II: February 17-March 24 Session III: April 14-May 19 For additional information on supplies etc. http://feliciasartlessons.blogspot.com/ Haines City Recreation Center website www.ci.haines-city.fl.us Location: Haines City Recreation Center 555 Ledwith Avenue

Art Classes: Drawing and Acrylic Painting Wednesday, Jan 6, 2010 to Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Drawing class 10-10:50 am. Wednesdays. Beginning to Intermediate. Classes are in 6 week sessions for $80. Each 6 weeks the classes increase in complexity. Acrylic painting class 11:45 am1:15 pm. Wednesdays. Beginning to Intermediate. Classes are in 6 week sessions for $80. Each 6 weeks the classes increase in complexity. Register at 863-421-3700. Small class sizes of 5-15 students. Session I: January 6-February 10 Session II:

February 17-March 24 Session III: April 14-May 19 For additional information on supplies etc. http://feliciasartlessons.blogspot.com/ Haines City Recreation Center website www.ci.hainescity.fl.us Location: Haines City Recreation Center 555 Ledwith Avenue

Sun ‘n Fun’s Splash-In @ Fantasy of Flight on Lake Agnes Thursday, Apr 15, 2010

Who needs a runway? Fantasy of Flight is thrilled to be hosting the Splash-In on sparkling Lake Agnes on Thursday, April 15th as part of the 36th Annual Sun ‘n Fun Fly-In. Visitors will witness a variety of seaplanes and amphibious aircraft perform water landings and takeoffs as part of the competition. Location: 1400 Broadway Blvd. S.E. Polk City, FL 33868 Website: www.fantasyofflight.com Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Cost: Free with admission for spectators / Discount for Sun ‘n Fun Attendees 863-984-3500

Jazz band concert at Southeastern University Friday, Apr 16, 2010 Southeastern University Presents a Jazz band concert. Location: Southeastern University, 1000 Longfellow Blvd. Lakeland, Florida 33801 Bush Chapel Website: www.seuniversity.edu/ calendar/arts.php Hours: 7:30 p.m. Cost: free (863) 667-5000

Mustangs & Mustangs: Legends Havin’ Fun Saturday, Apr 17, 2010

Fantasy of Flight and the Imperial Mustang Club of Polk County team up for this 13th annual event, the only Mustang event in Florida that features both beautifully restored P-51 Mustang war birds from World War II and Ford and Mustang automobiles. Fantasy of Flight’s P-51D and P-51C Mustangs are a dramatic backdrop for hundreds of classic and modern Fords and Mustangs. Location: 1400 Broadway Blvd. S.E. Polk City, FL 33868 Website: www.fantasyofflight.com Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Cost: Included with general admission for spectators / Participant details available online. 863-984-3500

Fantasy of Flight Living History Symposium: “Victory In The Sky” featuring

American Fighter Aces of World War II Saturday, Apr 17, 2010

Fantasy of Flight’s Living History Symposium Series continues with “Victory In The Sky” featuring American Fighter Aces of World War II. Of the more than 40,000 U.S. trained fighter pilots in WW II, only 1,314 achieved the title “American Fighter Ace.” The title “Ace” was reserved for combat pilots who shot down five or more enemy aircraft while both aircraft were in the air. Veterans holding this prestigious title will be sharing their real-life WW II aerial battle experiences with Fantasy of Flight guests during “Victory In The Sky.” Hear personal stories from real WW II pilots who will be participating in several symposiums, answering questions and interacting with guests at meet and greets. Location: Fantasy of Flight 1400 Broadway Blvd. S.E. Polk City, FL 33868 Website: www.fantasyofflight.com Hours: 10am-5pm Cost: Free with Fantasy of Flight General Admission - Adults $28.95, Seniors $24.95, Children 6-15 $14.95, Toddlers 5 and under free. 863-984-3500

Frostproof Chamber of Commerce - “Luau & Wow” Saturday, Apr 17, 2010

Frostproof Chamber of Commerce presents it’s April Fun Nite - “LUAU & WOW”. Everyone is invited to enjoy a casual evening of outdoor fun, Luau style. Dinner - Music - Dancing - Cash Bar - Door Prizes - 50/50 Raffle - Mystery Prize Drawing - Door Prizes & more - plus the GRAND PRIZE DRAWING FOR $5,000. Tickets: $100.00 admits 2 people for 2 dinners & 1 chance to win the Grand Prize of $5,000. Location: Frostproof Depot - 118 E. Wall Street Website: www.frostproofchamber.com Hours: 6:00 pm - til Cost: $100.00 per ticket For more information, contact: Frostproof Chamber of Commerce 863-635-9112

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17, 2010 MEETING LOCATION: SEMINOLE contact: Lakeland Community Theatre HARLEY DAVIDSON (46 & I-4) Hickman Road, (863) 603-PLAY (7529) Sanford TIME: Registration from 9:00A.M. to A Midsummer Night’s Dream Friday, Apr 23, 10:00 A.M. Bikes out by 10:30 A.M. FEES: Reg- 2010 to Saturday, Apr 24, 2010 istration, $15, Passenger $10 BBQ to follow at: Southeastern University presents “A Midsummer SEMINOLE HARLEY (DONATION REQUEST- Night’s Dream” Location: Southeastern University, ED) *****RAFFLES ****** Location: Seminole Tuscana Ristorante, 1000 Longfellow Blvd. LakeHarley Davidson 620 Hickman Circle land, Florida 33801 Website: www.seuniversity.edu/ Sanford, FL 32771 Hours: Registration 9:00am calendar/arts.php Hours: 7:30 p.m. Fri. and 1:00 Cost: $15 rider, $10 passenger For more informa- p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sat. Cost: $25 admission, intion, contact: Jennifer 407-402-0223 cludes dinner(863) 667-5000

Florida Southern College Symphony Orchestra in Concert Sunday, Apr 18, 2010

The Lakeland Derby Friday, Apr 23, 2010

The Lakeland Derby is an annual “Derby Style” Florida Southern College’s talented orchestra event staged on beautiful Lake Mirror in downtown presents “A History of the Symphony,” a musical Lakeland. With the entertaining flair of the event journey that will take the audience chronologically and the competitive spirit of the race, the Derby through symphony movements from the protoagain promises to be a memorable occasion in 2010. Classical works of the Mannheim school to the Adding to the excitement, the Derby is scheduled on present day. Location: Branscomb Auditorium Friday, April 23rd, 2010, just one week prior to the Florida Southern College 111 Lake Hollingsworth Kentucky Derby. The Derby features ten beautifully Dr Lakeland, FL 33801 Website: www.flsouthern. hand-crafted swan paddleboats in a thrilling race to edu Hours: 7:30 pm Cost: $15 adult, $7.50 student the finish line. Each swan will have an owner/breedFor more information, contact: Branscomb Box er who will designate and train their own jockeys to Office 863-680-4296 M-F, 8am-5pm compete for the prestigious annual Lakeland Derby Trophy. In the chance of a photo finish, The LakeI Hate Hamlet at Lakeland Community Theatre Thursday, Apr 22, 2010 to Sun- land Derby Committee will offer two first place trophies to the winners. The Lakeland Derby captures day, May 2, 2010 Andrew Rally, a young and successful television the thrill of a race and the purity of sports entertainment in a hometown setting. The true essence of the actor relocates to New York, where he rents a marvelous, gothic apartment that once belonged Derby is the reward of knowing the proceeds will to John Barrymore. With his television career in support Lakeland Volunteers in Medicine, a vital lolimbo, Andrew is offered the opportunity to play cal charity. Location: Lake Mirror Amphitheater Hamlet onstage, but there’s one problem: He hates Website: www.lakelandderby.com Hours: 4:00 pm Hamlet. Enter John Barrymore’s ghost, intoxicated Cost: FREE For more information, contact: John and in full costume. The contrast between the two Oney 863-683-3905 actors, the towering, dissipated Barrymore whose Art and Design: Movement at Polk Museum of Art Saturday, Apr 24, 2010 to Sunday, Hamlet was the greatest of his time and the hot young television star, leads to a wildly funny duel Aug 8, 2010 over women, art, success, duty, television, and This exhibition is the last in a series of six exhibiyes, the apartment. Location: Lakeland Commu- tions over two years that demonstrated the role of nity Theatre 121 S. Lake Ave. Lakeland FL 33801 the Principles of Design within artworks from the Website: www.lakelandcommunitytheatre.com Museum’s Permanent Collection. This exhibit will Hours: Thur, Fri, Sat 7:30 pm; Sun 2 pm focus on movement, which can be defined as the Cost: $17/Adult, $12/College Student (with ID), way artists convey motion within the picture plane $8/Child (18 and under) For more information,

or the way they compose the image so that the viewer’s eye moves around the piece. Location: Polk Museum of Art 800 East Palmetto Street Lakeland, Florida 33801 Website: PolkMuseumofArt.org Hours: 9AM-5PM Cost: $5 general, $4 seniors, students free For more information, contact: Meredith Spresser 863.688.7743 x.235

Classic Albums Live Presents: The Best of Woodstock Thursday, Apr 29, 2010

SUMMER OF LOVE SERIES: Purchase all 3 series shows and receive a free T-shirt! The Best of Woodstock Rolling Stones-Let it Bleed-5/20 The Jimi Hendrix Experience-Are you Experienced? 6/26 $59.07, $90 (Pit Seating) Series Offer expires on 04/29/10. It is available on the internet, phone and at Lakeland Center Box Office. This offer is not available at Ticketmaster Outlets SPECIAL OFFER TO THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE A SPECIAL BIRTHDATE OR ATTENDED WOODSTOCK IN 1969! Free ticket to a Summer of Love Series show (not all three) if you were born in 1969. Proof of birthdate is required at time of purchase. Free ticket to a Summer of Love Series show (not all three) if you attended the August 15-17, 1969 Woodstock concert and have proof. One ticket per person, this offer can’t be combined with any other offer.Not eligible for t-shirt. T-shirts will be for sale during all 3 concerts while supplies last for $15 if you do not purchase the series. Location: The Lakeland Center 701 W. Lime Street Lakeland, FL 33815 Website: www.thelakelandcenter.com Hours: 7:30pm Cost: Parking: $7 Tickets: $19.69, $30 (Pit Seating) taxes not included For more information, contact: The Box Office 863-834-8111

Art and Design: Contrast Saturday, Dec 19, 2009 to Sunday, Apr 18, 2010

This exhibition is the fifth in a series of six exhibitions over two years that demonstrates the role of the Principles of Design within artworks from the Museum’s Permanent Collection. Location: Polk Museum of Art 800 East Palmetto Street Lakeland, Florida 33801 Hours: 9AM-5PM Cost: $5 general, $4 seniors, students free For more information, contact: Meredith Spresser 863.688.7743 x.235


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dures and assists with any special needs. Suggestively sells and achieves guest check average targets and enters orders on point of sale system. Prepares beverage orders, some appetizers, salads and desserts. Checks prepared orders for completeness and presentation. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $7.50$11.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9463063 417 Welder/Fabricator Job Description: Responsible for fabricating and welding custom bumpers and hitches on large trucks. Bends and welds exhaust pipes and fits to generators. Work Monday-Friday, 6:00am-2:30pm. Pay Rate: $12.00$15.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9465666 418 Retail Representative Job Description: Responsible for resets or planograms (schematics/diagrams) and pulling products off the shelf and re-shelving. Checks inventory, meets with the store managers, provides customer service, checks expiration dates, and makes sure the proper products are on the shelves to increase sales. Work Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm or 12:30pm-9:00pm. Pay Rate: $10.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9466392

419 Harvester Job Description: Responsible for cutting, sorting and classifying mushrooms in different containers. Cleans aisles and work area. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $7.25 per hour Job Order Number: 9469627 420 Warehouse Supervisor - 2nd Shift Job Description: Responsible for coordinating the flow of work/materials to production schedules and maintaining the shift of employees and production of individual lines. Work Monday-Friday, 4:30pm-1:00am. Pay Rate: $11.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9469530 421 Line Operator - Injection Molding Job Description: Responsible for operating or tending injection molding production lines that manufactures and packages closures for use on water bottles in the soft drinks industry. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $15.00$21.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9469475 422 Projectionist Job Description: Responsible for setting up and operating motion picture projection and related sound reproduction equipment. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $10.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9469386

423 Loss Prevention Manager Job Description: Responsible for developing and ensuring execution of programs that reduce shrink and improve profitability. Analyzes financial results, shrink data and loss prevention metrics to identify trends and develops team strategies to improve execution. Manages and conducts high shrink investigations to determine root cause of loss and develops solutions that prevent recurrence. Manages and directs all investigations in the assigned group of locations. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $40,000.00 per year Job Order Number: 9469069 424 Controller Job Description: Responsible for managing the overall accounting and financial operations of the company including all related operational entities. Trains and motivates accounting staff, implements accounting policies and procedures. Evaluates and reviews accounting procedures and controls to ensure accurate financial reporting. Supervises accounts receivable and payable function. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $60,000.00 per year Job Order Number: 9469326 425 Accounting Manager Job Description: Re-

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428 Senior Instructional Systems Architect Job Description: Responsible for leading an instructional design team and reviewing training products. Applies sound instructional design principles to the development of multimedia training materials and instructional systems and designs instructional scenarios, storyboards, screenplays, and training modules for training products. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: Salary based upon experience Job Order Number: 9468906 429 Residential House Cleaner Job Description: Responsible for performing any combination of light cleaning duties to maintain private households in a clean and orderly manner. Makes beds, replenishes linens, cleans rooms and halls, and vacuums. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $10.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9468867


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411-435 Orange Continued 430 Customer Service Representative Job Description: Responsible for the expeditious movement of passenger and passenger baggage through the passenger and baggage screening areas at airport. Loads bags onto conveyor/ EDS machines (baggage screening devices), assists with passenger queuing at security check points, and performs any other related customer service functions as directed. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $7.25 per hour Job Order Number: 9468920 431 Reset Specialist Job Description: Responsible for detailed cleaning of gondolas/ shelves, and rotating stock. Displays products and materials as per reset schematic and performs such duties as checking date codes and ensuring adherences to reset planogram. Replaces decals, reorders tags or ads and places point of purchase material. Unloads/installs merchandise and sets up departments and pricing per planograms. Work Monday-Friday,

8:00am-4:30pm or 12:30pm-9:00pm. Pay Rate: $10.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9468789 432 Credit Analyst 1 Job Description: Responsible for underwriting commercial loan requests, annual reviews, covenant compliance monitoring, and renewals. Orders commercial and residential appraisals, commercial appraisal reviews, and tracks the department work flow. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $14.42$18.27 per hour Job Order Number: 9468823 433 Baggage Handler Job Description: Responsible for assisting with the operation and movement of baggage through/on the baggage handling systems (BHS), carousels and baggage claim devices to facilitate the timely delivery of baggage to the correct destination at airport. Monitors the day-to-day operation of the BHS for “bag jams” and other bag related issues by clearing “bag jams”, operates recode stations (scanning of bags), clears starter faults and resolves other issues with the BHS System. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $9.68 per hour Job Order Number: 9468908

434 Food Production Manager Job Description: Responsible for supervising the daily food production for the hotel, ensuring consistent food is produced and maintaining a safe and clean work environment. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: Salary based upon experience Job Order Number: 9468250 435 Assistant Manager Job Description: Responsible for greeting customers. Utilizes technology tools to help evaluate foot problems and refers to staff podiatrist. Consults with customers to qualify needs to provide product information and uses product knowledge and selection to provide service to customers. Builds relationships with customers by contacting them on the latest products and/or offerings and performs merchandising tasks, such as stocking, re-merchandising, displays, pricing, and taking customer orders. Maintains the appearance of the selling floor and stock area and reports to the store manager. Work Monday-Friday, 10:00am-6:00pm and Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm. Pay Rate: $10.00$12.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9468339

436-441 Osceola County Log on to WorkforceCentralFlorida.com where you can enter the Job Title in the “Search For Jobs” box to see more information on these jobs and search thousands of additional openings throughout Central Florida, at NO COST. Apply by following the directions listed. For further help visit the WORKFORCE CENTRAL FLORIDA Osceola County Office at 1392 East Vine St., Kissimmee, or call (407) 705-1555. 436 Supervisor - Food and Beverage Job Description: Responsible for scheduling associates breaks, providing customer service, and ordering, taking, and stocking inventory. Work Monday-Sunday, hours may vary. Pay Rate: $9.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9467801 437 Room Inspector Job Description: Responsible for inspecting rooms with company 100 point inspection form. Supervises staff to provide guest services and assists manager with duties and projects. Cleans rooms as room attendant 2-3 days per week as needed. Work Saturday-Friday, hours may vary. Pay Rate: $9.00 per

hour Job Order Number: 9469039 438 Toll Collector Job Description: Responsible for classifying vehicles, collecting tolls and providing change to motorists traveling through a toll lane. Makes change for various bill denominations, issues receipts to motorist, and writes insufficient fund slips. Completes operational reposts reflecting toll lane activity, balances cash, and prepares cash deposits on monies collected and tickets received. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $7.69 per hour Job Order Number: 9469076 439 Receptionist/Collections Job Description: Responsible for answering telephones, taking payments, and collecting payments from customers. Makes sure insurance information is up to date, prepares paperwork for car sales, deals with budget truck rentals, and assists the manager. Work Monday-Saturday, 9:00am-6:00pm. Pay Rate: $8.50 per hour Job Order Number: 9469196 440 Front Desk Representative Job Description: Responsible for registering guests and processing checks. Assists guests with needs and takes/records reservations. Work 3:00pm-

11:00pm, days may vary. Pay Rate: $8.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9468838 441 Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician Job Description: Responsible for repairing, replacing and maintaining various type of HVAC units within property. Works and documents a preventative maintenance program. Repacks pumps and compressors, cleans condensers, and replaces worn or defective parts. Changes out air condi-

Get more for your money! Advertise in the Four Corners Shoppers Guide! tioning filters (discards the old ones, replaces with new filters and labels new filter prior to installation. Maintains air handler closets and cleans evaporator and condenser coils regularly. Leaves work area in safe, neat clean conditions. Work days and hours may vary. Pay Rate: $13.00 per hour Job Order Number: 9468448


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Cook Time: 4 hours Serves: 10 - 12

Tangerine-Glazed Honey Ham • • • • • • • • • • • •

1 (8 to 10-pound) smoked ham, bone-in,

skin on Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper K1 bunch fresh sage leaves 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted butter, cut in chunks 2 tangerines, sliced thin, seeds removed 2 cups tangerine juice 2 cups light brown sugar, packed 1 cup water 1/4 teaspoon whole cloves 2 cinnamon sticks 11/2 pounds carrots, peeled

Directions

Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F. Put the ham in a large roasting pan, fat-side up. Using a sharp knife, score the ham with cuts across the skin, about 2-inches apart and 1/2-inch deep. Cut diagonally down the slashes to form a diamond pattern; season the meat generously with salt and pepper. Chop about 8 of the sage leaves and put it in a bowl; mix with the oil to make a paste. Rub the sage-oil all over the ham, being sure to get the flavor into all the slits. Bake the ham for 2 hours. Now there is plenty of time to bang-out the tangerine glaze.

For the glaze: Place a saucepan over medium heat. Add the chunks of butter, tangerines, tangerine juice, brown sugar, water, and spices. Slowly cook the liquid down to a syrupy glaze; this should take about 30 to 40 minutes. After the ham has being going for a couple of hours, pour the tangerine glaze all over it, with the pieces of fruit and all. Scatter the remaining sage leaves on top and stick the ham back in the oven and continue to cook for 11/2 hours, basting with the juices every 30 minutes. After the ham has being going for a couple of hours, pour the tangerine glaze all over it, with the pieces of fruit and all. Scatter the remaining sage leaves on top and stick the ham back in the oven and continue to cook for 11/2 hours, basting with the juices every 30 minutes. Set the ham on a cutting board to rest before carving. Serve the carrots and tangerine glaze on the side.

Basic Food Safety In The Home Before you can start to protect your home and family from food safety issues, you need to have an understanding of those issues. To start at the beginning, lets deal with the hazards we face relating to food safety. Generally these hazards can be broken down into 3 categories: Physical hazards; Chemical hazards; and, Biological hazards. Physical hazards are the easiest to address, mostly because we can see them. Physical hazards are those such as pieces of cardboard or plastic twist ties, band-aids, stones, feathers, dirt, or any other physical thing. Generally speaking, removing the object removes the threat of contamination. In other words, take out the stone and the flour is fine. The best way to eliminate this type of problem is to check everything as you put it away, to insure that it is safe and wholesome and that the product has not been tampered with. Also, wearing an inexpensive glove will keep band-aids, beads, jewelry, and other physical contaminants off your hands and arms and out of the food. Chemical hazards in the home deal mostly with your handling of toxic materials. Contamination can occur when the food item is stored too close to or comes into contact with these toxic items. Bleach, drain cleaner, oven cleaner, and the like, stored under the sink should never be allowed to come into contact with food items or food CONTACT items such as bowls, utensils, placemats, etc. Baby bibs should not be stored with laundry detergents and other laundry aids. Sometimes, it is not just the product contamination, but the amount of toxicity and the susceptibility of your family to react to that medium. The best way to protect your family from chemical hazards is to properly LABEL toxic items, such as bleach, ammonia, glass cleaner, oven cleaner, etc., and store them in a safe place away from food and food contact surfaces. NEXT ARTICLE -BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS


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