On today’s program, we’re discovering more ways our community can help make our lives better. We often talk with our families about what to do when we hear tornado sirens or receive weather alerts, but have you considered what to do and where to go when you’re at work? Ina McCaine-Obenland from St. Charles County’s Division of Emergency Management will offer suggestions. A bright smile is often the first thing you see when greeting a friend or loved one. I’ll visit with Pam Smalley from Crider Health Center about ways to keep your teeth healthy and strong. Many visit tanning salons to keep a bronze glow throughout the year, but who checks on these facilities to make sure they’re operating safely? Division of Environmental Health and Protection Director Ryan Tilley will show us what his staff inspects when certifying St. Charles County’s establishments. Catina O’Leary from Health Literacy Missouri joins me to discuss why it’s crucial to truly understand what your doctor tells you during your examination. We’ll end the show with a visit to one of the area’s popular dog parks to learn how common etiquette and simple rules make it fun for everyone. To start the show, we are going to speak with Amy Heckart from the City of St. Peters to explain loans and subsidies available to help qualifying residents improve their homes and properties.