“Outstanding service. They were extremely careful delivering the extra large container into our driveway.” -- A. L. GARNER
EMERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Food Service Inspections)220 OLD ALABAMA RD EMERSON, GA 30137View inspections: August 9, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: AHAMPTON INN (Food Service Inspections)5600 HWY 20 SE CARTERSVILLE, GA 30120View inspections: August 15, 2017 Score: 95, Grade: AHarris Five Forks Cafe (Food Service Inspections)*10 LOWERY RD KINGSTON, GA 30145View inspections: August 15, 2017 Score: 79, Grade: CActive managerial control measures are not satisfactory for establishment to be in compliance with code. CA: Persons in charge, managers or CFSM must be properly trained or retrained. Person in charge lacks awareness in key areas of risk factor control or good retail practices for establishment. CA: Persons in charge, managers or CFSM must be properly trained or retrained. Manager must train all employees on food safety and assign a "person in charge."No certified food manager for establishment. CA: Manager must be registered for an approved Serve Safe course within 30 days. Observed employee wash hands with no hot water. CA: Was notified that hot water has been out for several weeks. Hot water must be corrected immediately. Observed microwave with old food debris in interior. CA: Microwave must be cleaned out after each use.Hot water not provided/shut off at employee handwash sink. CA: Hot water must be repaired immediately.Observed discharge of waste water behind building. CA: Pipe must be re-connected into septic system. JOHNNY'S PIZZA (Food Service Inspections)244 DIXIE AVE CARTERSVILLE, GA 30120View inspections: August 7, 2017 Score: 99, Grade: AKINGSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Food Service Inspections)240 HARDIN BRIDGE RD KINGSTON, GA 30145View inspections: August 14, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: AKRYSTAL - CTV001 (Food Service Inspections)111 MORNINGSIDE DR CARTERSVILLE, GA 30120View inspections: August 9, 2017 Score: 95, Grade: ALOS REYES (Food Service Inspections)122 N MORNINGSIDE DR CARTERSVILLE, GA 30120View inspections: August 10, 2017 Score: 91, Grade: AMARTIN'S (JFH Pkwy) (Food Service Inspections)896 JFH PKWY CARTERSVILLE, GA 30120View inspections: August 9, 2017 Score: 90, Grade: APanera Bread (Food Service Inspections)605 MAIN STREET CARTERSVILLE, GA 30121View inspections: August 8, 2017 Score: 96, Grade: APINE LOG SCHOOL (Food Service Inspections)3370 PINE LOG RD NE RYDAL, GA 30171View inspections: August 8, 2017 Score: 100, Grade: ASOUTH CENTRAL MIDDLE SCHOOL (Food Service Inspections)224 OLD ALABAMA RD EMERSON, GA 30137View inspections: a href="http://ga.healthinspections.us/georgia/history.cfm?id=722729&inspID=50078567&c...
I could continue his legacy of service to our country,” Williams said recently.And so after graduating from high school, he headed to Hampton University, where he joined the active ready reserve of the U.S. Marine Corps during his freshman year.“I figured it would be a great way to connect with my dad,” Williams said.He graduated from Hampton in 1989 with a criminal justice degree and was in graduate school there when his unit was activated to serve in Desert Storm.No fan of war, his mother encouraged him to seek “sole survivor of a deceased veteran” status to get an exemption, but Williams wouldn’t hear of it.“I looked at my mother and said, ‘Absolutely not’,” he recalled. “I raised my hand. I’m going to serve my country.”For the next three years, Williams, a member of the Norfolk Amphibious Battalion before being reassigned to the 3rd Battalion Fifth Marine division, drove an amphibious vehicle in Iraq. When the war officially ended in 1991, his unit remained and was charged with seeking out and eliminating the elite division of the Iraqi Republican Guard who, due to the lack of a communications system, weren’t aware the war was over.After the surrender of Saddam Hussein, Williams headed back to Kuwait but was diverted to a humanitarian effort in Bangladesh to help with relief efforts. He finally made it home in summer 1992, went back into the reserve and completed graduate studies at Hampton. In 1994, Williams married his best friend, Rhonda Williams.He would get a second master’s degree at New York University before spending the next decade or so building his resume as a leader in the non-profit sector, including stints at the YWCA and the Annie E. Casey Foundation.“I kind of knew having worked with both the Boys and Girls Clubs of America and the YMCA for some years while in college that I wanted to work in the non-profit sector, doing what I could to make a difference in this world, helping other people,” he said. “That experience ingrained in me why the work was really important.”By 2000, when his first child was born, both he and his wife had grown tired of frigid New York winters and longed to get closer to Atlanta where Rhonda’s mother... (Washington Times)