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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER JUNE 24, 2012 83rd Year 36th Week Circulation 9600

Also covering Derby, Brant, Farnham and Parts of Irving and Lakeview ANGOLA OFFICE: 19 Center St., Angola, N.Y. 14006 549-1164 FAX: 549-1611 DERBY OFFICE: 6926 Erie Rd., (Tops Plaza), Derby, N.Y. 14047 947-5997 FAX: 947-0114 Website: www.southtownspennysaver.com E-mail: ads@angolapennysaver.com

Community Corner

Our DADS and GRADS SALE Continues ...

Purchase any truck listed in our ad & receive a

FREE 12 month Extended Service Contract

See our full page ad inside this Pennysaver.

New First time buyers program*

*certain restrictions apply-see store for details

Sunday, June 24th • CHIAVETTA’S CHICKEN BARBECUE + 11:30 - 4:30 or sold out + Claddagh Commission • 7200 Old Lake Shore Road, Derby • Eat in or take out. Wednesday, June 27th • “Formula”, Buffalo’s Best Italian Band • 7-9 pm • Centennial Park • Center & High Sts., Space donated by Angola • Rain Location: Angola Theatre, Main St., Angola.


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The Tree Surgeon

Complete Tree Service 549-2922 Trimming Firewood Removal Snowplowing Stump Grinding Storm Damage Free Estimates Fully Insured

Precision Tree Removal & Contracting • • • • • •

(716) 812-5096

Tree Removal Lot Clearing Tree Trimming Stump Grinding Seasoned Firewood Stone & Topsoil Delivery

Free Estimates • Licensed • Fully Insured

Brent Hardy Licensed Sales Agent

Century 21 Ganey Call me at 807-5151 648-2100

Brent.Hardy@Century21.com Office

947-9071

6926 ERIE RD., DERBY Tops Plaza

MON. - FRI. 9-5 SAT. 9-NOON

VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION NEXT TO SUPERCUTS & KEY BANK IN THE TOPS PLAZA

We are still your fax and copy headquarters! Fax# 947-4995

WE SELL & PROGRAM COMPUTER CHIP KEYS!

COMPUTER CHIP AUTOMOTIVE KEYS Satellite Office for Angola & Eden-North Collins Penny Savers Monday - Thursday Serving YOU!

947-5997

Announcements Events

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ DEMOLITION DERBY: See your car in the Hamburg Fair Demoli­ tion Derby! You supply car, we supply driver and 2 grandstand tick­ets for you. 648‑5100. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ELLICOTTVILE RODEO presented by Gowanda Harley‑David­son®: July 5th, 7pm; July 6th, 7pm; July 7th, 7pm; July 8th, 2pm. Fireworks after Thurs­d ay, Friday and Satur­day night shows! IPRA/APRA Sanc­tioned. Chicken Bar­beque, food, beer, ven­d ors. Prices: Adults, $17; Children 12/ un­der, $9; Children 5/ un­der, Free. Plenty of tick­ets at gate or on‑line at www.ellicottvillerodeo.­ com. Also sponsored by Top Notch Enter­ prises, Inc. and Burt Young Sales. Located at 6319 Sommerville Va l l e y R o a d , E l l i ­ cottville, NY. Informa­ tion, 716‑699‑4839. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Notice

R U B B E R S TA M P S AVA I L A B L E a t t h e Eden Penny Saver Of­ fice, 992‑4625; A Vil­ lage Locksmith, Derby, 947‑9071. Health & Fitness

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PODIATRIST David P. Vona, D.P.M. 12655 Seneca Rd., Irv­ing (across from Lake Shore Hospital ER) 345‑6690. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ELECTROLYSIS‑ Re­ moval of unwanted h a i r p e r m a n e n t l y. Reasonable rates. Satisfied clients. Qualified, experi­enced electrologist. Registered profes­sional nurse. Re­ ferred by physi­c ians. Member of In­ternational Guild of Professional E l e c­t r o l o g i s t s . C a l l JEANNETTE. 627‑ 2873.

Announcements Miscellaneous

A VILLAGE LOCK­SMITH h a s D I S­C O U N T E D movie passes for Regal Cine­mas available Graduation Decoration package 13 pcs. plus bal l oons, $50. 947‑ 2006. Party‑In‑A‑Box. Want free gas & en­ ergy supply?? Call me 627‑3895 WANTED: Crafters for the Taste of Evans, July 15, 2012. Call 549‑ 5787.

Employment Misc. Help Wanted

ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

COMPUTER REPAIR Call NETWORK CONSULTING GROUP OF WNY. Having problems with your PC? Removal of spyware & viruses guaranteed to speed up your computer. Go with a company you can trust. We are local and can take care of any problem. One of the largest companies in the southtowns with over 24 years experience. Microsoft certified technician. All work guaranteed. Check us out online www.ncgwny.com. Registered partners with Dell. We work on all computers.

Call us at 947-4257

CLEAN UP ~ RECYCLE ~ GET PAID!

Top Prices Paid for Junk Vehicles!

IT’S TIME FOR SPRING CLEAN-UPS!! old appliances, wire, copper, brass, Hours: aluminum, batteries, stainless steel! Mon. - Fri. Recycle and CASH OUT!!!! 8-4:30; Sat. 9-12

BRANT AUTO PARTS

1132 Brant-Farnham Road (Rte. 249), Brant, NY 14027

ACCEPTING APPLICA­ TIONS for all Dietary Positions. Apply in per­ son Monday ‑ Friday, 9‑ 5, St. Columban’s on the Lake Retirement Home, 2546 Lake Road, Silver Creek, NY 14136. EXPERIENCED COOKS & DRIVERS WANTED ‑ Apply in person at PAT’S PIZZE­RIA, 9542 Lake‑Shore Road, Point Breeze. KITCHEN HELP W A N T E D : Va r i o u s Shifts. Apply in person at Captain Kidds, Mon­ day‑Friday, 10am‑4pm. No phone calls please. LOOKING FOR Sharp Motivated People. Work your own hours. www. tvw.energy526.­com. WANTED LINE COOK. Apply at Seneca Hawk, Rts. 5 & 20, Irving.

Add a Grabber

to make your classified ad stand out. We have many headings to choose from for an additonal cost of $3.00 CALL US TODAY! 549-1164

Erie Co. Certified Scales

(716) 549-0600

DMV# 7097772

Tree Removal,Trimming, Stump Grinding Free Estimates 716-934-3125 Fully Insured 716-359-8384

STUMP GRINDING 549-4313

We go anywhere! Insured. Looking for Work

KING BUFFET All You Can Eat Over 100 Items Daily

Special Promotion Welcome Casino Visitors! 10% OFF Town Hall Plaza

6000 S. Park Ave. YOUR FOOD BILL Hamburg One coupon per party. Tel.: 648-4666 Coupons may not be combined with any other offer Fax: 648-8008 Expires 7-6-12


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BRAYMILLER Market, Inc.

The l a Orig in

6936 GOWANDA STATE RD., (RT.62) HAMBURG Finest & Largest Selection of Fruits & Vegetables in W.N.Y. - - - OPEN ALL YEAR - 7 DAYS A WEEK OPEN 7AM-8PM (7 DAYS A WEEK)

649-2356

Homegrown Eden Valley

Homegrown

RED & GREEN

LEAF LETTUCE

99C

California

ICEBERG LETTUCE

Upstate 1/2 gal. 1% - 2% - Skim

Farm Fresh Ex-large

EGGS

MILK

1.79

$

ICE CREAM

C 65 8 oz.

2/$

1.49 doz. Perry’s 48 oz.

Upstate

YOGURT

2/$

7.00

Upstate

6.00

BISON CHIP DIP

$

1.99

1.89

12 oz.

Delicious - Freshly-made

PARTY PLATTERS

• MEAT/CHEESE•APPETIZER•VEGGIE•FRUIT Gorgeous, Freshly-made

FRUIT BASKETS

•CHEESE TRAYS•BUFFALO BASKETS •PASTABASKETS We Deliver 649-2356

pints

GOLD PINEAPPLES $

pint

Homegrown

10# Bag

BUTTER

Sugar Sweet

2/$5

pound

Red/Green Leaf • Romaine • Peas Boston • Red/Green Cabbage Green Beans • Crown Broccoli • Kale Rhubarb • Black/Red Raspberries Zucchini/Yellow Squash • Blueberries Red/White/Sour Cherries

3.99

Upstate #1

Red Ripe

$

head

WHITE POTATOES

$

BLUEBERRIES

GRAPE TOMATOES

10# ALL PURPOSE

$

Homegrown

ZUCCHINI & YELLOW SQUASH C

99

head

99C

www.braymillermarket.com

FAX# 649-4136

PRICES EFFECTIVE 6/28/12 7/2/12

2.49

each

Delicious

CANTALOUPES $

1.99

each

SIMPLY GOURMET BAKERY OPEN AT

BRAYMILLER MARKET HOT LUNCH SPECIALS!

SUNDAY - Turkey Wrap MONDAY - Southwestern Chicken Wrap TUESDAY- Philly Cheesesteak WEDNESDAY - Reuben or Rachel THURSDAY - Turkey Classic FRIDAY - Cheeseburger Sub or Fish Fry SATURDAY - Chicken Finger Sub SUNDAY - Honey Mustard Ham

$

6.00

Honey Smoked

TURKEY BREAST

TOMATOES & CUCUMBERS

$

ALL SALADS ARE HOMEMADE & FRESH DAILY!!

6.99 pound

$

5.99 pound

4.99 pound

$

Margherita

$

each

3.49 pound

$

Smith’s

HAM OFF THE BONE CAPPICOLA

Salad of the Week!

Homemade Creamy

ROAST BEEF

Sara-Lee

Sandwich of the Week! TURKEY WRAP Delicious w/creamy coleslaw, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, chips & a pickle.

Tyson - Extra Lean

Zweigle’s

LIVER SAUSAGE Great Lakes

MUENSTER CHEESE

5.99 pound

$ $

3.49 pound

4.29 pound

TRY OUR NEW - DELICIOUS GRILLED VEGGIE SANDWICH


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVE8

AMERICAN LEGION POST 928

QUEEN OF HEARTS $ 10,406.00

7353 Erie Road, Derby, N.Y. 14047 • 947-0928

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK TUNA SUB - $4.50 Industrial Help Wanted

Gallman Excavating • Utility Work • Ponds • Septic Systems • Site Work

AJ’s PartyTents Cell: 716-432-4642 Home: 716-941-6595 Insured

• • • • •

for all occasions

Graduations Birthdays Summer Picnics Holidays All of your Special Events • Affordable Rates

SCOTT M. BROWN

10% off total order

ATTORNEY AT LAW

Call 941-3401 or 572-2437

549-1565

Leave Message

EXPERIENCED AND AFFORDABLE 9544 LAKESHORE RD., ANGOLA

▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ E N T RY L E V E L L A B TECHNICIAN: Small manufacturer of liquid household cleaning products needs a full time lab technician for quality control and lab duties. Duties will in­ clude formulating, record retention and regulatory. Benefits in­ clude medical & 401(k) plan. Send resume and salary requirement to: Entry Level Lab Techni­ cian, P.O. Box 1500, North Collins, NY 14111, or email dlu­ cas@crescentmfg.net or apply in person at: Crescent Manufactur­ing, 10285 Eagle Drive, North Collins. ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ Skilled Trades

EBT - MASTERCARD VISA ACCEPTED

FEDERAL MEATS

WE AccEPT EBT

HOURS: Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs: 9-6; Fri: 9-7; Sat: 8-5; Closed Sunday 141 Buffalo Street VILLAGE SQUARE PLAZA Hamburg, NY 14075

Prices Effective 6-25 Thru 6-30

Federal’s Own SLOW ROASTED

PULLED PORK WITH SAUcE

BUY ONE LB., GET ONE LB.

FREE

EXTRA LARGE

FRESH

BABY BAcK RIBS

649-3705

SEASONED-BREADED

cHIcKEN FINGERS BUY ONE LB., GET ONE LB.

FREE

DELI SLIcED

EGGS HAM ¢ $ 99 $ 99 99 3 4

OFF THE BONE

LB.

DOz.

3# $ BAG

HOT DOGS

PROvOLONE SWISS cHEESE $ 99

FRESH SLIcED OR

$ 99 BAG 14 899 5# EA.

LB.

EA.

4

LB.

HELP WANTED: Expe­ rienced Carpenter for new home framing. 485‑6054. ROUGH & FINISH Car­ penters Needed: Expe­ rienced only. Pay com­ mensurate with experi­ ence, benefits, year ‑ round work. 716‑646‑ 0047. Employment Information

WORK FROM HOME: www.tvw.energy526.­com Tree Service

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ EVERYTHING WITH TREES. At low competi­ tive prices, we offer the best complete tree ser­v ice at reasonable cost. Customer satisfac­ tion is our primary con­ cern. Certified Arborist on every job. Call the tree professionals with over 40 years experi­ ence. Free estimates. Full insurance cover­ age. (716)992‑3800 JAMES SERVICES ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

Friday, June 29th Country Memories 8-2 Sat., June 30th To Be Announced

Golden Paws Pet Care Services NOW OPEN: Dog Walking Dog Daycare & Play Sessions Nail Trimming Boarding

Body Brushing Waste Pick-up Pet Taxi Tuesdays Pet Supply Orders

Licensed, Insured & Bonded

(716) 400-8431

www.GoldenPawsPCS.com

TC & Anastasia Clark Horse Stables LBawrinng Your Your Bring Chair Lawn

1461 Milestrip Rd., Brant 445-2024

Chair

June 30th ~ 2 p.m. Free Pony Rides for Kids Live Country Band: Joe and The Back Porch Pickers Free Hot Dogs Bring dish to pass

AMERICAN LEGION POST 928 7353 Erie Rd., Derby, NY 14047

NOW SERVING FULL LUNCHES Mon. - thurs. FROM 11 AM - 7 PM

Including Subs, Reubens, Hot Roast Beef Dinner, Salads, Beef on Weck, Fried Bologna, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Tuna Melt, and more ...

WEEKLY SPECIALS: Mon. & Tues.: Texas Hots - $2.00 Wednesday: Fresh Baked Turkey Sandwiches - $2.25 Thursday: Limburger Cheese - $2.50 EVERY FRIDAY FISH FRY PLUS A FULL DINNER MENU, 11 AM - 8:30 PM

EVERY SUNDAY - BREAKFAST 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Serving Rib Dinner ALL Day, EVERY day!!!

Modern Banquet Room Available For weddings, showers, birthdays, business meetings, funerals, ANY kind of party. Call Peggy for reservations or a tour. 947-0928


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

JUNE 24, 2012 / PAGE 5

Catalano Motors

64 Years of Sales & Service

Route 5, Angola

BUY

$18,365

14,865* OR

LEASE 169 $

MID SIZE

2012 MAILBU MSRP Catalano Discount

SALE

2012 TRAVERSE AWD

MSRP Catalano Discount

SALE

$

$23,540 -$672

$22,868

Less Trade In Cash Down -$3,000 LESS REBATE -$3,000 (or 0% for 60 months)

SUVs 2012 EQUINOX AWD 7/2/12

$18,740 -$375

Less Trade In Cash Down -$3,000 LESS REBATE -$500 (or 1.9% for 60 months)

947-0444 Take $500 Independence Day Bonus Cash off Cruize, Silverado & Travese Buy Now Prices

COMPACT 2012 CRUZE SALE

Route 5, Derby

® www.catalanomotors.com

549-1300

MSRP Catalano Discount

Catalano Resale Center

$32,835 -$1,123

MSRP Catalano Discount

$31,712

SALE

Less Trade In Cash Down -$3,000 LESS REBATE -$2,000 (or 0% for 60 months)

41

$26,405 -$860

$25,545

Less Trade In Cash Down

-$3,000

$ 29 BUY $26,712* OR LEASE $24979 BUY 22,545* OR LEASE 243 $

TRUCKS 2012 SILVERADO 1500 2012 SILVERADO 1500

MSRP Catalano Discount

SALE

4WD Regular Cab

$30,475 -$1,035

MSRP Catalano Discount

SALE

$29,440*

Less Trade In Cash Down -$3,000 LESS Trade in Bonus -$1,000 LESS REBATE -$2,000 (or 0% for 60 months)

4WD Extended Cab $33,954 -$1,300

$32,654

Less Trade In Cash Down -$3,000 Trade in Bonus -$1,000 LESS REBATE-$3,000 (or 0% for 60 months)

$ 57 $ BUY $16,868* OR LEASE $18771 BUY $23,440* OR LEASE $27970 BUY 25,654* OR LEASE 311

* Tax & Tags are extra • LEASE 36 months @ 12,000 miles per year • Tax, 1st payment, fees due at signing • Alternate rates in lieu of rebates to qualifying Ally Bank Loan Customers • Security deposit waived on qualifying vehicles see dealer. Must trade to receive trade in bonus.

U S E D

2002 IMPALA Leather • Sunroof • 102k $5,495 2004 IMPALA 103k • $5,495 2008 IMPALA 37k • $13,495 2009 IMPALA Leather • 39k • $14,995

2011 IMPALA 17k • $17,995 2010 MALIBU Silver • 13k • $16,495 2008 G6 4 cyl. • 53k • $11,995 2009 COBALT Sedan • 17k • $12,495

2007 COBALT coupe • spoiler yellow • 57k • $8,995 2009 VIBE AWD • 29k • $15,495 2007 KIA RONDO FWD • 51k • $9,995

2006 PONTIAC MONTANA VAN DVD • 93k • $6,995 REDUCED 2005 FORD 4WD F150 • Ext Cab • 117k $10,495 2005 SILVERADO 2WD • Ext. Cab 8’ Box • 69k • $10,495

Ask About GM Certified Pre-Owned with 1 Year Bumper to Bumper Warranty and 2 Year Standard Maintenance

BUILDING A NEW HOME?

EVERGREEN ACRES BUILDING SITES W. Church St. & Evelyn Dr. Eden, NY Close to town Close to recreation Short drive to thruway All utilities 992-3146/435-6895


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

The Cutting Block Color & Cuts

8606 S. Main St., Eden, NY 14057

716-992-4201

Hair Braiding Hair Chalking Feathers & Extensions

“15” Fridays Get a Haircut For Just $15.00 Every Friday with coupon

Goldwell Color

EVANS POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

“Hit The Beach” Summer Fund Raiser

WED., JULY 11, 2012 - 2:00 til 9:00 p.m. EVANS TOWN PARK

EVANS PBA RAFFLE

1.) 32” Hivac HD LCD TV - Courtesy of Schultz Hardware (value $375) 2.) LSDA Digital Fire Safe - donated by A Village Locksmith (value $370) 3.) Garmin E-tech Handheld GPS - donated by Olson Bros. Marine (value $150)

Cala’s Kitchen & Catering

ROAST BEEF served at approximately 5:00 p.m.

FREE PARKING AT SOUTH SHORE INN CAPTAIN KIDD’S

Mini Mani & Polish $12.00

Polish Change $8.00

We will be Closed for Vacation July 31st ~ August 6th Full Time Wanted

29th Annual

Live Music by “The Strangers”

NEW SERVICE!

TICKETS: Advance Donation $25.00

Where the party continues after 9:00 p.m.

Any Business wishing to donate door prizes, contact any Evans Police Officer

Pop - Beer Clams Lakeside Market Sausage Prizes, Horseshoe Contest (2) Man Teams Hot Dogs - Hamburgers

NYS LAW: YOU MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE TO CONSUME ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES THIS CELEBRATION IS FOR ADULTS ONLY.

All proceeds from the fundraiser are donated back to needy organizations in our community.

In Loving Memory of Vincent (Jim) Giangrosso, Sr. 10/14/33 ~ 6/27/07 God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be. So He put His arms around you And whispered, “Come to me.” With tearful eyes we watched you, And saw you pass away. Although we loved you dearly, We could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, Hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. Still painfully missed and deeply loved by your wife, Denise Children: Vincenne & Mike, Dean, Jimmy & Cindy, AnneMarie & Rob, Gina & Ryan and Jack. Grandchildren: Michael, Jacob, Karalyn, Jonathan, Michelle, Gabriel and Saghen. All other members of your family, your many friends and customers.

NOW HIRING: McDon­ ald’s, LavAzza Coffee and Sandella’s Pizza at the Angola Travel Plaza on the NYS Thruway. Full and part time positions a v a i l­a b l e . A l l s h i f t s available including over night. Management and cus­t odial/maintenance po­sitions also available. Call 549‑3605 or apply online at www.hiring­ towin.com. Enter code mcd07833c to apply for crew/maintenance posi­tions. Enter code mcd07833m to apply for management posi­ tions. Applications also accepted in person at the Angola Travel Plaza. Part Time Wanted

MARIA’S PIZZERIA Now hiring ‑ delivery, days, nights. 549‑3407. NOW HIRING: Laundry and assorted House­ keeping, 8:30‑4:30, seasonal. CRADLE BEACH CAMP, 549‑ 6307 x211, Dan. Babysitting

CHILDCARE ‑ Monday ‑ Friday. Great refer­ences, lots of TLC. Gramma Wells. 549‑ 4993.

Financial Business Opportunities

EARN RESIDUAL In­ come For Life, month after month. www.tvw.­ energy526.com Insurance

SUPER LOW AUTO In­ surance Rates! Call for a quote today! 648‑ 6100.

HOURS:

Tues. 11-7; Wed. 12-8; Thurs. 9-7; Fri. & Sat. 9-2

Call to make your appointment!

Rental Real Estate Rooms

ROOMS AVAILABLE monthly in Evans area. Call for rates. 818‑ 4903, 818‑4915. Furnished Apartments

FOR RENT: Efficiency Unit, furnished. All utili­ ties and cable included. No pets. Security. 549‑ 1325. Unfurnished Apartments

***Deals on Derby 2BD*** Great location on nice unit. A/C & laundry. Heat/water incl. 20 min. to down­town off RT 5. Only $650, Call Mandy 289‑ 5825 COUNTRY SETTING: East Eden: Cozy upper 2 bedroom apartment. Newly carpeted, kitchen appliances, well water. No laundry facilities. $525. 648‑ 5622. Derby: 1 bedroom apt. $650 mo. Utilities in­ cluded. No pets. No smoking. First, last months rent. Security deposit required. 316‑ 0167. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ F O R R E N T: N o r t h Collins. 1 or 2 bedroom apartments. No pets. 648‑6815. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ FOR RENT ‑ 2 BED­ ROOM APARTMENT in village. Includes ap­ pliances, dishwasher, washer, dryer and all utilities. 1st month rent and security with good references. No dogs. Call Jim 479‑7165, leave message.

F O R R E N T‑ 1 b e d ­ room apt., Pt. Breeze Drive. Laundry room hookups. $445 plus util­ ities & security. No dogs. Excellent refer­ences a must. Call Jim 479‑7165. Leave mes­sage. FOR RENT: 2 bed­room. References, 1st, last, security. $500 in­cludes utilities. Avail­able July 1. 549‑4484. FOR RENT: Brant, 2 bedroom apartments from $500 plus utilities, first & last months rent and security. No pets. References. Lynda Ma­ son, Broker, 998‑1155. For Rent: Derby apart­ ment. 2 bedroom, bath and 1/2. No pets. Secu­ rity includes all utilities except electric; includes laundry. $750. 947‑4258. F O R R E N T: N o r t h Collins 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. 648‑4327. FOR RENT: North Evans, 2 bedroom apartment. Laundry room, 1 year lease. No pets. $700 includes all utilities. 627‑3167. F O R R E N T: P o i n t Breeze. 2 bedroom du­ plex. $500 plus utilities. No dogs. Non‑smoker. Basement hookups. 627‑2667 HAMBURG: Absolutely Affordable and Attrac­ tive Senior Apartments. A wide range of ameni­ ties to meet the special needs of older adults, including accessibility for physically chal­ lenged. We make your life better at BETHEL ESTATES, 4647 South­ western Boulevard. 648‑6444. www.bethe­ lestatesonline.com EHO.


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

VFW POST 5798

8989 Erie Road, Angola, N.Y. 14006 549-5798

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

rs Burge

DAILY LUNCH MENU with SUBS & WINGS

OUR FAMOUS HUGE BEEF ON WECK

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SUPER FISH FRY FRIDAY’S ONLY 11 AM - 8 PM FRI.

t GreaPrices ls k Drinll Renta Ha Subs

We Have The QUEEN OF HEARTS! We also have PULL TABS!

Stop by and see us EAT in or TAKE-OUT

All are Welcome ps Open Daily Mon.- Sat. Sou Serving 11 am - 8 pm

BANQUET HALL Evans Center Vol. Fire Co., Inc.

8298 Erie Road, Angola Available for Wedding Receptions, Parties - Small & Large. Full Bar and Catering Available

549-1221

912-7355

At Wentland Monuments, We Care!!

WE LISTEN WE EXPLAIN WE UNDERSTAND

QUALITY LOW PRICES & PROMPT SERVICE

Largest Display in Western New York SALE PRICES IN EFFECT! See us for your Best Craftsmanship, Service and BEST PRICE

10634 Main St., North Collins 337-2632

STUDIO APARTMENT FOR RENT. All utilities & cable included. No pets. Security. 549‑ 1325. Houses For Rent

2 BEDROOM HOUSE ‑ Beach Road area, close to beach, no pets. $650/ month, plus utilities. Call 780‑7031 FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house with attached 2 car garage. Country setting, wooded lot. No smoking, no pets. $1000/ month. Refer­e nces required. Call 949‑3395. Office Space For Rent

FOR RENT: 800 square foot office space corner Route 5 and Sweetland Road, Derby. $800 per month, 1 year lease. 947‑4258. Miscellaneous For Rent

COMMERCIAL SPACE For Lease: Well insu­lated 3300 Sq. Ft. with a 12x14 Overhead door and 16’ ceilings. Includes office space and restrooms. Lo­cated on Rt. 62 on the outskirts of the Village of North Collins. For more information call 818‑0074. BUILDING FOR RENT on Route 5, Erie Rd., Angola. 2400 sq. ft., $1000/month. 549‑ 5995. FOR RENT ‑ Large and small hall, air con­ ditioned, for weddings, banquets, parties, etc. Special rates for group functions. LAKE ERIE BEACH FIRE CO. Call Mary 549‑3168; call Hall 549‑6054. F O R R E N T: D e r b y ‑ One and two bedroom apartments. Negotiable terms. No dogs. CHAPEL PARK VILLA. 947‑4405.

Sale Real Estate Houses For Sale

FOR SALE: 2/ 3 bed­ room home, Leon, New York. 8 acres, all re­ modeled, beautiful view. 52x30 building, was auto shop; would make awesome restau­rant or antique shop. On Amish Trail, Rte. 62. Show anytime. $78,900/ Best Offer. 716‑499‑6997.

I BUY MOBILE HOMES. Call Dominic. 716‑680‑2112. Mobile Homes For Sale

DERBY FOR SALE: Hot on the Market! Move right in. 3 bed­room, 2 bath dou­blewide, extra large eat‑ in kitchen and roomy living room, carport & shed. Awesome lot. Only $40’s!! TRITON, 549‑3737 or 683‑9100. FOR SALE ANGOLA: Reduced!! Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath dou­ blewide. Great room with fireplace, huge kitchen, formal dining room, all appliances, master bath suite, walk‑ in closet. Awning, shed. $60’s. TRITON, 549‑3737 or 683‑9100. FOR SALE DERBY: Move right in!! Cozy 2 bedroom, open front dining room, Florida room, appliances. Only $8900. TRITON 549‑ 3737, 683‑9100. FOR SALE, ANGOLA: Just remodeled throughout! 2 bedroom, large living room, front dining, Corner lot, car­p ort & new shed. $13,500. TRITON 549‑ 3737; 683‑9100.

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Community News EVANS GARDEN CLUB THE GREEN PATH

TROOP 578 HONORS NEWEST EAGLE SCOUT On Sunday, May 6, Scouts, scouters, family and friends gathered at Cala’s Kitchen in Derby to hold an Eagle Court of Honor for Troop 578’s newest Eagle Scout, Lucas Vail. The awards ceremony recognized Lucas’s journey through the Scouting program from Tiger Cub through completion of requirements for the Boy Scouts of America’s highest award, which is achieved by fewer than 5% of Scouts. In addition to receiving his Eagle Scout badge and medallion, Luke was presented with a commemorative eagle statuette from Troop 578, as well as a proclamation delivered by Evans Town Supervisor, Keith Dash, which acknowledged his hard work and dedication in attaining the rank of Eagle. Luke’s parents, Frank and Colleen Vail of Brant, were presesnted with lapel pins in recogition of their assistance to Luke, and Mrs. Vail received a rose from her son to especially recognize the important role of his mother in helping Luke to become an Eagle Scout. Personal mementos were also presented in the form of a customized hiking staff from Luke’s Eagle mentor and Godfather, “Uncle”Ken Roth, Michael Vail Sr., brother of current Scoutmaster, Frank Vail III, presented a fleur de lis pin (the symbol of Boy scouts), which had been worn by Luke’s grnadfather, Frank Vail, Jr., the longest serving Scoutmaster in the troop’s 92 year history. The pin will be passed down to future generation in the Vail family when the rank of Eagle is achieved. As the ceremony drew to a close, Scoutmaster Vail reminisced on his time in the Scouting movement. He described seeing his son achieve the rank of Eagle Scout as his greatest moment ever in more than 40 years as a Scout. Pictured L. to R.: Frank Vail III, Lucas Vail, Colleen Vail.

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GROWING TOMATOES IN CONTAINERS Here are a few tips for growing tomatoes in containers- which can work so well for apartments, assisted care residents, busy suburban families and anyone who doesn’t want to dig up the lawn to grow tomatoes! • If you are doing the planting, use good bagged potting soil-not dirt out of the yard which may be contaminated. Mix in a handful of bone meal and several handfuls of good compost. Manure may be too strong. A 5-gal. container is perfect and easy to use. • Plant 3 or 4 marigolds with each tomato to help keep bugs away. • Container grown tomatoes should get about 8 hours of full sun. • Most container varieties do not benefit from pruning, but do pinch of suckers growing at a 45 degree angle from the top of another branch. • Stake any branches heavy with fruit so they don’t break. • Do not over-fertilize container tomatoes...it does not leach out as in a garden. A shot every 2 weeks should be sufficient, and stop when it stops blooming. • Containers may need water every day during hot spells. • After big rainstorms, check that container is not waterlogged. • Place containers on small blocks off of ground or deck so slugs won’t find a place to hide. • Top water all over foliage in morning so tomatoes have a chance to dry off before nightfall. Water until water comes out the drainage holes, then stop. • Harvest tomatoes often to relieve branches of weight. • Don’t reuse soil from year to year. Always start fresh. • Wash containers and tools with mild bleach soution (10% bleach to 90% water) in the fall before storage. Please join us on a Green Path to leave a positive impact on ourselves, our town and our world. Small changes make a big difference.

5 GENERATIONS IN DERBY

Bentley Thomas James Doeing was born April 3rd, 2012 to Tom and Lindsey Doeing making him the 5th Generation. He was born on his Uncle Trevor’s birthday. Pictured are (l to r): Lindsey Doeing (mother), Tom Doeing (father) holding Bentley, Lisa Doeing (grandmother), Sue Cenname (maternal great-grandmother) and Loretta Syczesniak (maternal great-great grandmother).

ARRIGO MAKES DEAN’S LIST

Charley Arrigo, of Angola, has made the Dean’s list both semesters this tear at SUNY Fredonia. Charley is also a member of the swim team at Fredonia majoring in communications.

MY GROCER ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Angola Jubilee has awarded its annual My Grocer Scholarship to Kayla Larson, of Angola. Through this scholarship program, participating independent grocery stores recognize the commitment of high school students to their education and communities. The My Grocer Scholarship Program enables deserving high school seniors in our retail markets to receive a $1,000 scholarship to help defray the cost of their post-secondary education. Kayla is a 2012 graduate of Mount Mercy Academy and will be attending Mercyhurst University, Erie, PA in the fall majoring in Biology. She is the daughter of Kevin and Mary Ann Larson of Angola. Some of Kayla’s school activities included Student Ambassadors, Student Government, Varsity Softball, National Honor Society, McAuley Scholars, and Peer Minister Team. She was a recipient of Mercyhurst’s University’s Eagan Scholarship, Athletic Scholarship, McAuley Rose (service award), Warde Rose (leadership award), and was Class of 2012 Top 20. Some of her interests and hobbies include softball, community service, volleyball, and playing cards with friends. The My Grocer Scholarship Program is managed by My Grocer’s Scholarship Committee, which selected the winners. The applicants represented a broad cross section of outstanding seniors from all the markets served by participating stores, making final scholarship recipient selections difficult. Selections were made based on a variety of considerations, including academic standing, grade-point averages, extra-curricular activities and individual student life challenges. The independently owned and operated My Grocer Scholarship stores actively support this program as a means to strengthen commitments to the communities they serve. Our stores are supplied by SUPERVALU, one of the nation’s largest whole food wholesale distributors. SUPERVALU’s Eastern Region is headquartered in Mechanicsville, Virginia. Pictured: Kayla Larson and Tom Syroczynski, owner of Jubilee Foods, Angola.

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ANGOLA LAKESIDE MARKET & DELI ~~ Sausage Central ~~ WHERE THE PRICE IS RIGHT ---------------------Rights Reserved

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PACK 3

3 lbs. Boneless Chuck Roast 3 lbs. Ground Chuck 3 lbs. Chicken Breast 3 lbs. Country Sparerib 3 lbs. Pork Chops $

62.99

47.99

PACK 4

5 lbs. Boneless Pork Chops 5 lbs. Ground Chuck 5 lbs. Boneless Chicken Breast 5 lbs. Italian Sausage 5 lb. bag Chicken Fingers $

PACK 2

3 lbs. Center Cut Pork Chops 3 lbs. Beef Stew 3 lbs. Chuck Roast 3 lbs. Ground Chuck 3 lbs. Italian Sausage $

52.99

Prices subject to change without notice.

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Auctions

Dogs

WILD BUFFALO AUC­ TIONS! 6 South Main Street, Angola, New York. Friday @ 6:30 pm. (716)997‑7870.

WANT MORE LOVE? ADOPT A HOMELESS PET! Mixes, purebreds, all sizes, ages, dogs and cats. Visit www.­ heartforanimals.org and www.postapooch­p lus. com or call 821‑ 1915.

Electronics Computer Services

COMPUTER BROKE? We do house calls. Sales, service, up­grades. All work guar­a nteed. Call PC BUILDERS. 549‑5143. COMPUTER WIZARD! Computer repair, up­ grades. Computer SLOW? Internet viruses and spyware in­ fecting your computer? Complete computer overhaul. 716‑947‑ 9085. Lowest prices guaranteed.

Merchandise Misc. For Sale

AMERICAN MADE FLAGS: Fly them with pride. Remember. BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See Back Page! D OG C R ATE (b l a c k metal) 36Lx24Wx27H. Used one week. $35, paid $60; electric regis­ ter heater, $25. Phone 549‑2998.

Sale Prices In Effect Tuesday - Saturday, June 26th - 30th , 2012

Quality at the Right Price

3 lbs. Boneless Pork Chops 3 lbs. Boneless Chicken Breast 3 lbs. Ground Chuck 3 lbs. Boneless Pork Roast 3 lbs. Boneless Chuck Roast 3 lbs. Beef Stew $

PACK 1

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For Sale ‑ 2008 Schwinn & 2009 Yamaha Mopeds. Both have very low mileage ‑$3900 or B. O. Call 716‑698‑5063 FOR SALE‑ HOT WA­ TER TANKS at SHULTZ & CO. Low prices. Installation avail­a ble. 549‑0262. FOR SALE: Two motor­ ized scooters, lift chair, hospital bed, walker, commode and other small accessories. Call 549‑4317. TREADMILL: Pace­ maker Platinum Pro, $800/ Best Offer. 549‑ 0962.

5 lbs. Boneless Chicken Breast 5 lbs. Boneless Pork Chops 5 lbs. Italian Sausage 3 lbs. Chuck Roast 3 lbs. Stew Beef 6 Strip Steaks - 8 oz. each 1 lb. Bacon 1 lb. Deli Ham 1 lb. Turkey Breast 1 lb. Provolone Cheese $

PACK 5

5 lbs. Italian Sausage 5 lbs. Ground Chuck 5 lbs. St. Louis Spareribs 5 lbs. Eye Round Roast 5 lbs. Boneless Chicken Breast 5 lbs. Pork Chops 5 lb. bag Chicken Fingers 3 lbs. Sahlen’s Hot Dogs 3 lbs. Beef Stew 2 lbs. Slab Bacon 1 lb. Deli Ham 1 lb. Turkey Breast 1 lb. Provolone Cheese $

129.00

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V E RT I C A L S F R O M HEAVEN: Custom verti­ cals, wood, mini, cellu­lar shades. Free esti­mates. 947‑9740.

10 lbs. Chicken Breast 10 lbs. Ground Chuck 10 lbs. Italian Sausage 10 lbs. Pork Chops 5 lbs. Sahlen’s Hot Dogs 5 lbs. Chicken Fingers 5 lbs. St. Louis Spareribs $

189.00

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Household Goods For Sale

For Sale ‑ 2 color TV’s 27” ORION, 32” JVC. $100 for both, $75 each. 627‑3895 SAVE $1.00 EACH: WHITE PLAY SAND. $3.99 or buy 4 @ $3.50 ea. BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See Back Page!

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

LEGAL NOTICE

ESTOPPEL NOTICE

The resolution published herewith has been adopted on June 19, 2012, and the validity of the obligations authorized by such resolution may be hereafter contested only if such obligations were authorized for an object or purpose for which the Evans-Brant (Lake Shore) Central School District, Erie County, New York is not authorized to expend money or if the provisions of law which should have been complied with as of the date of publication of this notice were not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty days after the date of publication of this notice, or such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution. Evans-Brant (Lake Shore) Central School District, Kristine DeMartino, District Clerk

At a regular Meeting of the Board of Education of the Evans-Brant (Lakeshore) Central School District, Erie County, held at the Evans-Brant (Lakeshore) Senior High School, 959 Beach Road, Angola, New York 14006, on June 19, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., prevailing time. The meeting was called to order by Cindy Latimore, Board President, and upon roll being called, the following were: Present: Cindy Latimore Dennis Feldmann Carmen Garozzo Dyan Scritchfield Jennifer Wackowski Absent:

Carla Thompson Richard Vogan

The following resolution was offered by Jennifer Wackowski, who moved its adoption, seconded by Carmen Garozzo, to-wit: BOND RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE EVAN-BRANT (LAKESHORE) CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, ERIE COUNTY, NEW YORK (THE “DISTRICT”) AUTHORIZING THE DISTRICT TO UNDERTAKE THE ACQUISITION OF SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES AT A MAXIMUM COST OF $823,889.41; APPROPRIATING SAID AMOUNT THEREFOR, AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $823,889.41 IN SERIAL BONDS OF THE DISTRICT TO FINANCE SAID APPROPRIATION; AND MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS AND DETERMINATIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH WHEREAS, the qualified voters of the Evans-Brant (Lake Shore) Central School District, Erie County, New York (the “District”) on April 15, 2012 approved a proposition authorizing the Board of Education (the “Board”) of the District to purchase five (5) seventy-one (71) passenger school buses for an estimated maximum cost of $112,953.11 each, one (1) thirty (30) passenger school bus for an estimated maximum cost of $51,783.74, two (2) twenty-four (24) passenger wheelchair assessable school buses for an estimated maximum cost of $62,446.06 each, one (1) pickup truck with plow for an estimated maximum cost of $31,956, and one (1) service pickup truck for an estimated maximum cost of $50,492, for an estimated maximum aggregate cost of $823,889.41; with the cost of such acquisition being raised by the levy of a tax upon the taxable property of the District to be collected in annual installments as provided in Section 416 of the Education Law, with such tax to be partially offset by State aid available therefore, and, in anticipation of such tax, by the issuance of debt obligations of the District as may be necessary, not to exceed such estimated cost; WHEREAS, the purchase of such vehicles and the financing thereof through the issuance of the District’s obligations constitutes a “Type II” action within the meaning of the State Environmental Quality Review Act and the regulations thereunder (collectively, “SEQRA”), and no further actions or proceedings must be taken by the Board under SEQRA prior to authorizing the issuance of obligations or expenditure of funds for said purchase; and WHEREAS, the Board of the District now wishes to appropriate funds for the Project and to authorize the issuance of the District's serial bonds or bond anticipation notes to finance said appropriation. NOW, THEREFORE, THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE DISTRICT HEREBY RESOLVES (by the favorable vote of not less than two-thirds of all its members), AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The District is hereby authorized to purchase five (5) seventy-one (71) passenger school buses for an estimated maximum cost of $112,953.11 each, one (1) thirty (30) passenger school bus for an estimated maximum cost of $51,783.74, two (2) twenty-four (24) passenger wheelchair assessable school buses for an estimated maximum cost of $62,446.06 each, one (1) pickup truck with plow for an estimated maximum cost of $31,956, and one (1) service pickup truck for an estimated maximum cost of $31,956, for an estimated maximum aggregate cost of $823,889.41 (collectively, the “Project”) and to issue up to $823,889.41 principal amount of serial bonds (including, without limitation, statutory installment bonds) (the “Bonds”), or bond anticipation notes in anticipation of the Bonds, pursuant to the provisions of the Local Finance Law, constituting Chapter 33-a of the Consolidated Laws of the State of New York (the “Law”) to finance the estimated cost of the Project. SECTION 2. It is hereby determined that the estimated maximum cost of the aforesaid specific objects or purposes is $823,889.41, said amount is hereby appropriated therefor and the plan for the financing thereof shall consist of the issuance of up to $823,889.41 in serial bonds of the District authorized to be issued pursuant to Section 1 of this resolution, or bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the Bonds. SECTION 3. It is hereby determined that the period of probable usefulness of the aforesaid specific object or purpose is five (5) years, pursuant to paragraph 29 of subsection a. of Section 11.00 the Law. SECTION 4. Current funds are not required to be provided prior to the issuance of the bonds authorized by this resolution or any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation thereof, pursuant to Section 107.00(d)(5) of the Law. SECTION 5. The temporary use of available funds of the District, not immediately required for the purpose or purposes for which the same were borrowed, raised or otherwise created, is hereby authorized pursuant to Section 165.10 of the Law, for the capital purposes described in Section 1 of this resolution. This resolution shall constitute a declaration of official intent to reimburse the expenditures authorized by Section 1 hereof with the proceeds of the Bonds and bond anticipation notes authorized herein, as required by United States Treasury Regulation Section 1.150-2. SECTION 6. Each of the serial bonds authorized by this resolution and any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the Bonds shall contain the recital of validity prescribed by Section 52.00 of the Law and said bonds and any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of said bonds shall be general obligations of the District, payable as to both principal and interest by a general tax upon all the real property within the District without legal or constitutional limitation as to rate or amount. The faith and credit of the District are hereby irrevocably pledged to the punctual payment of the principal and interest on the Bonds and bond anticipation notes and provisions shall be made annually in the budget of the District by appropriation for (a) the amortization and redemption of the Bonds and bond anticipation notes to mature in such year and (b) the payment of interest to be due and payable in such year. SECTION 7. Subject to the provisions of this resolution and of the Law, pursuant to the provisions of Section 30.00 relative to the authorization of the issuance of bond anticipation notes or the renewals of said obligations and of Section 21.00, Section 50.00, Section 54.90, Sections 56.00 through 60.00, and Sections 62.10 and 63.00 of the Law, the powers and duties of the Board relative to authorizing serial bonds and bond anticipation notes including, without limitation, the determination of whether to issue bonds having substantially level or declining debt service, and all matters incidental thereto, and prescribing terms, form and contents as to the sale and issuance of bonds herein authorized and of any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of said bonds, and the renewals of said bond anticipation notes, are hereby delegated to the President of the Board of Education (the “President of the Board”), as the chief fiscal officer of the District. Further, pursuant to subdivision b. of Section 11 of the Law, in the event that bonds to be issued for the specific objects or purposes authorized by this resolution are combined for sale, pursuant to subdivision c. of Section 57.00 of the Law, with bonds to be issued for one or more objects or purposes authorized by other resolutions of the Board, then the power of the Board to determine the “weighted average period of probable usefulness” (within the meaning of subdivision a. of Section 11.00 of the Law) for such combined objects or purposes is hereby delegated to the President of the Board, as the chief fiscal officer of the District. SECTION 8. The President of the Board is hereby further authorized to take such actions and execute such documents as may be necessary to ensure the continued status of the interest on the bonds authorized by this resolution and any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation thereof, as excludable from gross income for Federal income tax purposes pursuant to Section 103 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”) and to designate the bonds authorized by this resolution and any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation thereof, if applicable, as “qualified tax-exempt bonds” in accordance with Section 265(b)(3)(B)(i) of the Code. SECTION 9. The President of the Board is further authorized to enter into a continuing disclosure undertaking with or for the benefit of the initial purchaser of the Bonds or bond anticipation notes in compliance with the provisions of Rule 15c2-12, promulgated by the Securities and Exchange Commission pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. SECTION 10. The intent of this resolution is to give the President of the Board sufficient authority to execute those applications, agreements, instruments, certificates or to do any similar acts necessary or in the opinion of the President of the Board advisable to effect the issuance of the Bonds or bond anticipation notes without resorting to further action of the Board. SECTION 11. The District Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to cause a copy of this resolution to be published in full in the official newspaper(s) of the District for legal publication purposes, together with a notice of the District in substantially the form provided in Section 81.00 of the Law. SECTION 12. The validity of the Bonds authorized by this resolution and of any bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation of the Bonds may be contested only if:

(a)

such obligations are authorized for an object or purpose for which the District is not authorized to expend money; or

(b)

the provisions of law which should be complied with at the date of the publication of such resolution are not substantially complied with, and an action, suit or proceeding contesting such validity is commenced within twenty (20) days after the date of such publication; or

(c)

such obligations are authorized in violation of the provisions of the Constitution.

SECTION 13. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption. The following vote was taken and recorded in the public or open session of said meeting, which resulted as follows: AYES: 5

NAYS: 0

CARPET AND PAD! Brand names! Whole­sale prices! Why pay more in Hamburg? “Buying local helps ev­erybody!” TIM MUR­PHY. 549‑5200. Lawn & Garden

20% OFF Select Gar­ den Statuary, foun­tains, wood trellis, Pre­formed ponds, faux rocks plus other se­lected items! BUY NOW! Beat price in­creases. BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See back page! AMISH MADE Sheds. Plenty in stock and tak­ ing orders. Also, indoor and outdoor furniture, available in wood and poly‑wood. Open 7 days. Concord Amish Village. 716‑592‑9158. www. concordamish.­com. LAWNCARE AND POWERWASHING ‑ Commercial and Resi­dential. Free Esti­ mates. Call Matt at (716)440‑6148 LAWNS, Bushes, Shrubs and Trees cut, trimmed or removed. Free estimates. Fully in­sured. 934‑3125 or 359‑ 8384. MJ FORESTERS. P I C N I C TA B L E S & Lawn Furniture for sale. Picnic tables‑ 8 styles, benches, wish­ing wells, lighthouses, Adirondack chairs, chil­dren’s tables & chairs. Delivery available. 627‑ 7795. PULL BEHIND FINISH­ ING MOWER: 42”, 11hp, Honda engine, Electric start. Like new. $1695. Gugino Lawn & Garden, Brant. 549‑ 1414. Building Materials

COUNTERTOPS ‑ Cus­ tom made laminate. Formica and Wilson Art. Installed or cash and carry. Call Guy. 655‑3842, 574‑6387. Watches & Jewelry

ALL WATCH BATTER­ IES installed. Only $5. GOLD & PEARL JEW­ ELERS, 1 Main St., Hamburg.


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER Machinery & Tools

FOR SALE ‑ Troy‑Bilt shredder, 6.5HP engine­ (Briggs & Stratton), used only once, like new, paid $500 +, ask­ing $400 or best offer. Call 549‑1225 between 6 and 10 pm. Musical Items

PIANO FOR SALE! Hallet Davis Specs Her­itage Console. Light Oak, barely used, Great condition. $1500 or Best Offer! Call 857‑0038 or 864‑9600 Furniture

FOR SALE: COUCH & LOVE SEAT ‑ brown GC ‑ $450 (Hamburg) 440‑4872. Trailers

T R A I L E R S , D U M P, cargo, landscape & equipment. Available in powder‑coated steel, galvanized and alu­ minum. Open 7 days. Concord Amish Village. 716‑592‑9158, 716‑ 472‑3058. www.concor­ damish.com. Wanted To Buy

CASH PAID for any older dining, bedroom, tables, chairs, cabinets, clocks, china, glass­ware, anything old. 627‑ 5342. Hey, you never know!

Agriculture Fruits & Vegetables

HOMEGROWN PEAS, cherries and zucchini. KWILOS FARM STAND 549‑6201. Garden Plants

$ 1 . 7 6 S A L E : Wa v e petunia, begonia,sweet potato vine, tomato, vinca vine, all 41/2” sq. pots. Must buy 12. Reg. $3.49 ea. BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See Back Page!

76c SALE Vegetable & Annual Flower plants. 4 packs. Regularly $1.79 each. Must buy 12 packs. BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See Back Page! Meat For Sale

DUINK FARMS: Grass fed freezer Angus beef. Taking orders for 2012 fall delivery. More infor­ mation. 649‑2315. Agriculture Miscellaneous

DUINK FARMS MAR­ KET: 3142 Hickox Rd., H a m b u rg . 1 s t R i g h t past Braymiller ’s off Rt. 62 South. Pork, Lamb, Chicken, grass fed beef, Vegetables & Eggs. Antibiotic and hormone free. “Know who raises your food!” Market hours: Wednes­ day 3‑7pm, Saturday 9‑ 2pm. 649‑2315. LOCAL HONEY, Maple Syrup and maple prod­ ucts made in Evans. KWILOS FARM STAND 549‑6201. MIRACLE GRO Bloom Booster 1 lb. $2.99 save $2 BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See back page!

Transportation Autos for Sale

2005 FORD FOCUS SE 4 cylinder, 4 dr, su­per gas saver. $833 down, $148 monthly OAC. LEWIS AUTO 549‑3833. 2006 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY LX: Stow‑n‑Go seats, power adjustable ped­als, fully loaded, 64K. $858 down, $191 monthly on approved credit. LEWIS AUTO 549‑3833. Trucks for Sale

2003 S‑10, X‑Cab, 4 cylinder, auto, 2WD, 122,000, ZQ8. Lots new. No rust. $4,950­/ BO 312‑0441 (Eden).

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Vans for Sale

2005 KIA SEDONA LX Mini Van, 7 passenger. Only 44,000 miles. $920 down, $169 monthly O A C . L E W I S A U TO 549‑3833. Boats & Accessories

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Get your boat ready f o r t h e y e a r. W e SERVICE OUTBOARD BOAT mo­tors. Contact us at 549‑ 4226 for m o r e i n f o r m a­t i o n . ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Parts & Accessories

TRANSMISSIONS PROFESSIONALLY Overhauled and in­ stalled in your passen­ ger car or light truck. One year warranty and affordable pricing. Call 934‑2222, Monday ‑ Fri­day 8 ‑ 4. Transportation Miscellaneous

2004 SATURN L‑300 WAGON 4 cyl., auto, only 48K, very nice. $833 down, $148 monthly O A C . L E W I S A U TO 549‑3833. FOR SALE: 1999 Suzuki RM125. $950 asking price. 863‑8708. Vehicles Wanted

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ANGOLA PARK & GAZEBO COMMITTEE Presents

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OBITUARIES

JOHN J. O’DONNELL, JR. Funeral Services were held on Thursday for John J. O’Donnell, Jr. of Angola who entered into rest on June 17, 2012 at age 72. He was the loving husband of 44 years to Betty Ann (Argauer) O’Donnell; dearest father of Raymond P. O’Donnell and the late John A O’Donnell; brother of Helen Burke and the late “Betty” Connoly and “Laurie” Felschow. He retired after 37 years of service as a chief cable splicer with Niagara Mohawk and was an active volunteer with Claddagh Commission Inc. Memorials may be made to Claddagh Commission Inc. or Holy Cross Lutheran Church, PO Box A-3, Farnham, NY. Arrangements by addisonfuneralhome.com. Share Condolences at addisonfuneralhome.com. STELLA R. GAWLAK (nee Kuras) A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated on Thursday at Most Precious Blood Church for Stella R. Gawlak of Angola who passed away on June 19, 2012 at age 86. She was the beloved wife of the late Walter Gawlak; loving mother of Frank Gawlak, Joanne (Norman) Geister, Walter Gawlak and the late Roseanne Gawlak; sister of Anthony (Eugenia) Kuras, and the late Clara Rudny, Josephine Urbaniak, Dorothy Szwed and Richard Kuras; grandmother of Tarah (Jeff) Gammill, Frank, Melanie and Sonya Gelster; great-grandmother of Cole, Gunner, Knox, Brooke, Logan, Madison and Terry. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to either Lake Erie Beach Volunteer Fire Department or Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Arrangements by Addison Funeral Home, Inc. Share your condolences at addisonfuneralhome.com ___________

DORIS M. DASH (nee Dell) Funeral Services were held Wednesday for Doris M. Dash of Delevan, NY who passed away Monday June 18, 2012 at age 83. She was the beloved wife of the late Allen Dash; loving mother of Becki Allen, Margo (Bob) George, Douglas (Cheryl) Dash, Gregory Dash and Tammy (Curt) Linderman, sister of Jacqueline (Jack) Vaughn, Lois (Richard) Patterson, Valerie O’Connor, Peter Dell and Marcia (Norm) Dell. Memorials may be made to the Machias Pines Rehabilitation Center, Evergreen Wing. Arrangements by Addsion Funeral Home, Inc. Share condolences at addisonfuneralhome.com _________ RITA J. HUMMEL A Memorial Mass was held on Friday at Our Lady of Victory Basilica for Rita J. Hummel of Derby who died May 12, 2012 and also for her late husband Earl H. Hummel. She was the wife of the late Earl H.; dear mother of Richard (Marsha), Gregory (Diane), Gary (Kathleen), Thomas and the late Bruce (Deborah) and Timothy Hummel; sister of Barbara (late John) Murphy, James, Thomas (Mary Faith) and the late Mary (late Edward) Mangone and Gen (Bob) Doup; also survived by eight grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren and many nieces and nephews.

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END OF YEAR NOTIFICATION / SUMMER SCHOOL NOTIFICATION The Lake Shore Central School District has not used pesticides that require notification in district buildings or on district grounds. However, it may be necessary to use pesticides to meet pest management goals in the future. School districts are required to keep a list of individuals who wish to be notified at least 48-hours in advance of pesticide use at the facilities in which they work or have a child attending classes. If you wish to have your name placed on the 48-hour Pesticide Notification list, please complete and return the request form that is available in the main office of each building. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: Mr. Tim Feider, Buildings & Grounds Supervisor Lake Shore Central Schools 959 Beach Road, Angola, NY 14006 (716) 926-2206

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Community News BURGERFEST SET FOR JULY IN HAMBURG The musical lineup for Burgerfest 2012 has been finalized. In addition to headliners Hit N Run, who take the stage from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m., performers on the Main Stage will be the Steam Donkeys, noon to 2 p.m.; the Afterburners, 2:30 to 4:30 and Yvonne Schmidt, 5 to 7 p.m Burgerfest is located along Main and Buffalo Streets and in the Village of Hamburg Municipal Parking Lot. The Taste of Hamburg portion of the festival features the favorite offerings of local restaurants, in the parking lot and along Main and Buffalo streets. The one-day festival has something for everyone, from Kidspace children’s inflatable rides and activities; an arts and crafts show and sale, the Rotary Classic Car Show, the LaBatt Beer Tent, a burger-eating contest and the Fourth Annual Hamburg Film Festival at the Palace Theatre. The car show, music with Rock N Roll to the Rescue, the bed race, burger-eating contest, and children’s entertainment will all be situated on Main Street. Kidspace will be located in the parking lot. The Town of Hamburg Bicentennial Committee is planning some fun events at Burgerfest this year as th the town celebrates its 200 birthday. Planned are the crowning of a centennial king and queen and winner of a beard-growing contest. Burgerfest celebrates the birth of the hamburger at the Hamburg Fair in 1885 and is hosted by the Rotary Club of Hamburg, the Hamburg Rotary Sunrise Club, the Kiwanis Club and the Lions Club. Hamburg held its first Burgerfest in 1985 to mark the100th anniversary of the birth of the hamburger after organizers discovered a history book detailing the burger’s origins. Frank and Charles Menches, vendors who traveled the world’s fair circuit, and who have been credited with also creating Cracker Jacks and ice cream cones, concocted the all-American burger. Descendants of the Menches brothers from Ohio, who remain in the food industry three generations later, have traveled to Hamburg to participate in several Burgerfest celebrations over the years, bringing along the secret recipe. This year, local restaurants will have no Menches competiton as they vie for the title of best hamburger, as local grillers Imagine Hamburg will not participate. Legend has it that the Menches brothers ran out of their usual pork sausage that hot, fateful day at the fair and turned to local butchers to replenish their supplies. When no pork was available, a butcher suggested ground beef. The Menches brothers purchased the beef, but added secret ingredients, including coffee grounds to create a unique flavor. The hamburger was born! Vendors interested in participating in the Taste of Hamburg or in having a booth at the festival should contact Kiwanians Sue Ganey at 627-9694, or Alan Adema at 861-8016, or e-mail them at burgerfest2012@aol.com . To register for the Rotary Club Classic Car Show, call Rotarian Dave Woolley at 998-2403, or e-mail him at daw@ lawoolley.com . For information on Kidspace activities, contact Lion Phil Durkin at 430-0019. For information or to register for the Burgerfest Bed Race, contact Bruno Lombardo at 725-9231, or e-mail him at brunolombardo@ hotmail.com . For general information, contact Burgerfest Coordinator Eileen Hotho of the Rotary Club, at 648-4167 or eah32@live.com

EVANS DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETING

The June meeting was postponed since the VFW was closed for parking lot repairs but that didn’t stop the summer activities. The Town of Evans hosted the Southtowns Democratic picnic on June 10th at the Sturgeon Point Marina. Regional and statewide elected officials attended and were impressed by the Marina, which is a jewel in the Town. Congratulations to Angola mayor Howard M. “Hub” Frawley, a longtime advocate for land banking. He was part of the local team that succeeded in creating the joint City of Buffalo/Erie County land bank, one of the first two in the state of New York. This non-profit entity will permit its member municipalities to develop a strategy for dealing with vacant land and structures. The agreement is a notable accomplishment for the administration of County Executive Mark Poloncarz. The Evans Democratic Club picnic will be on Sun., August 6. It’s official; the primary date will be on September 13. The general election will be on Tues., November 6. Also coming up; the next meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the VFW.

WHAT’S NEW AT THE ANGOLA LIBRARY? ADULT BOOKS

FictionHard Country, Michael McGarrity; Rainbow Range, Robert Horton; Spring Fever, Mary Kay Andrews; Man Behind the Gun, Lauren Paine; Flame of Resistance, Tracy Groot; The Garden of Happy Endings, Barbara O’Neal; Summer Breeze, Nancy Thayer; Bannon Brothers Honor, Janet Dailey; The Chaperone, Laura Moriarty; Mr. Monk is a Mess, Lee Goldberg; Dark Magic, James Swain; Stay Close, Harlan Coben. Non-FictionBreast Cancer- Reduce Your Risk with Foods You Love, Robert Pendergrast; This is How, Augusten Burroughs; Love is Murder, Sandra Brown; Swim- Why We Love the Water, Lynn Sherr; The Book of Burger, Rachel Ray; Trigonometry DeMystified, Stan Gibilisco; Basic Math and Pre-Algebra for the Clueless, Robert Miller; iPad for Seniors. DVDDevil Inside; We Bought a Zoo- Blue Ray & DVD; Memorial Day; Silver Tongues; Hell on Wheels- Season 1 Vol. 1,2,3; Looney Tunes Show; Transformers Prime Season 1 Vol. 1,2,3,4; Rampart; Ghost Protocol-Mission Impossible; Safe House- Blu-Ray; Timmytime- Timmy Finds Treasure; Necessary Roughness- Season One Vol. 2,3; Burn Notice Season Five Vol. 1,2,3,4; The Yankies; Albert Nobbs; We Need to Talk About Kevin; Looney Tunes Unleased. CD’sThirty Miles West, Alan Jackson; Jane Kramer, Blown Away, Carrie Underwood; Up All Night, Kip Moore. J-FictionDork Diaries 4- Tales from a Not So Graceful Ice Princess, Rachel Russell; Bink & Gollie, Two for One, Kate DiCamillo.

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BUFFALO’S BEST ITALIAN BAND AT GAZEBO

On Wednesday, June 27th at 7:00 p.m. The Formula Band will open the concert at Angola’s Centennial Park. The evening is sponsored by Chiavetta’s Catering. The Formula group is billed as “Buffalo’s Best Italian Band”. They have played all over Western New York and have also toured in Italy. They play old and new Italian type music- something for everyone. Refreshments are sold at the park by the Brant-Evans Girl Scouts and the Ice Cream man makes a stop at the park. Handicapped parking is off Center and High Streets if you arrive early. Next, week, on Wednesday, July 4th The Rustic Ramblers, playing Classic Country music will be at the park. The evening will be sponsored by the Latimore-Schiavone Funeral Home. The group leader is Dan Zorn of Evans Center. The rain location for all of the concerts is the New Angola Theater. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the evening.

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As the school year comes to an end, parents everywhere scramble to get a handle on what their children will do or what they, as a family, will do in the summer that lies ahead. As leisure time and outdoor activities increase, also does the need for family vacations, recreation, dining, entertainment , summer camps, etc. With this in mind, we, at the new Angola Pennysaver, have compiled a “soup-to- nuts” guide entitled ‘SCHOOL’S OUT ! ‘ This special section offers a variety of activities that local residents can take part in locally as well as around Western New York. Plan a family vacation for a week or merely schedule a fun day trip. For either idea, you will need to have a resource of products and services to meet those needs. We have compiled a handy guide of places to go, things to do to make your trip an exciting one. We will help you plan the perfect getaway, whether it’s a day, weekend, or longer. Not only will the section provide information on the destination, but it will help you get you ready for your trip, from preparing your vehicle( car repair, brakes, tires and air conditioning) to caring for your pet(s) while you’re away( kennels, pet day care, etc). With rising gas prices, perhaps a “stay-cation” is more your style. We have provided a host of ads from businesses that will help you turn your home or backyard into a summer paradise. From swimming pool accessories to patio furniture and barbecue equipment; from decks to sunrooms- we will become your one source for backyard fun. If your child or children are looking for things to do outside of a family trip, we’ve got you covered there too, with an assortment of summer camps, arts and crafts, recreational activities, etc. Last but hardly least, we suggest you put safety first. Safety is on the mind of every parent, especially during the summer season. We’re promoting water and pool safety, sun safety and boat safety. Finally, feel free to detach this center spread pullout and save it throughout the summer when looking for things to do in our area and beyond. ‘SCHOOL’S OUT!’ We hope that we can help you make the summer of 2012 one you’ll never forget !

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Thursday, July 12th • 9 am Wednesday, July 25th • 9 am Saturday, August 4th • 9 am $8 Admission includes a copy of the illustrated novel The Wright 3 Reservations & Prepay Required • Limited Space (Tour of Graycliff Available for Adults During Program • Ticket $15)

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August 11 - 5 PM-11 PM • Mid-Summer’s Night Adventure Fossil-Astronomy Program

September 8 - 8:30 AM • Penn Dixie Nature Cruise & Buffalo Lighthouse Tour September 9 - 1-4 PM • Special Event for Fossil collecting & viewing sunspots & solar flares

October 13 - 14th • Annual WNY Earth Science Day July & August • Science Summer Day Camps for 8-12 year olds

Science Adventure Summer Day Camps • Triple Trek Summer Day Camps

April-October • Evening Astronomy Programs

P.O. Box 772, Hamburg, NY 14075 (716) 627-4560 visit www.penndixie.org for directions & programs

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July 13 Putting for Penguins Night Golf Tournament to benefit The Aquarium at Newfane Pro Am September 20 Winds, Waves and Wines Great Food, Regional Wines and Entertainment October 27 Halloween Happening Dress as a sea creature to receive free admission

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Angola Park & Gazebo Committee Presents The 2012 Wednesday Summer Lawn Chair Concert Series Centennial Park, Angola, New York

Concerts presented by: The Park & Gazebo Committee, Town of Evans Recreation Dept. and the Village of Angola JUNE 20th

Crash Cadillac: Featuring Vocals by Linda Giancarlo - Sponsored by: Lake Shore Federal Credit Union

JUNE 27th

Formula - Buffalo’s Best Italian Band - Sponsored by: Chiavetta’s Catering

JULY 4th

Rustic Ramblers - Classic Country Music - Sponsored by: Latimore-Schiavone Funeral Home

JULY 11th

Caribbean Extravaganza - Calypso, Reggae, and Island Music Sponsored by: Shultz & CO. Hardware & Appliances - Est. 1861 and the FRIENDS of the Village

JULY 18th

Buffalo Swing Big Band: As featured in the movie “The Natural” Sponsored by: Goya Foods Great Lakes and American Musician’s Union

JULY 25th

Mark Mazur’s Little Big Band - Sponsored by: Flex-O-Vit USA, Inc.

AUG. 1st

Bar-Room Buzzards: As featured on the Miss Buffalo - Sponsored by: Evans Township Post 5798 - VFW

AUG. 8th

Erie County Wind Ensemble - A 40 Piece Band - Sponsored by: Lake Shore Central Teacher’s Association

AUG. 15th

Razz and Friends - Chautauqua County Jazz Favorites - Sponsored by: Evans Township Lions Club Inc.

AUG. 22nd

The Krew Band - Outstanding Area Music Makers - Sponsored by: Evans Bank and Evans Agency

AUG. 29th

The Frankfurter’s - Park Favorites - A German Show Band - Sponsored by: New Era Cap Co. Concert Time: 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. - Refreshments Available RAIN LOCATION: THE NEW ANGOLA THEATER ON NORTH MAIN STREET

Handicapped Parking Available off Center Street For Information as to the use of Centennial Park & the William G. Houston Gazebo for Weddings, Special Programs and Events - Contact the Angola Village Hall - 549-1126.

Our 30th Year of Concerts 1983 - 2012


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Enjoy your Summer & Stay Safe!

Summertime safety a must this season While summertime is a season to live easy, there are some inherent dangers to summer that can halt plans of fun in the sun. From skin cancer to insect bites, summertime can be dangerous for those who don’t play it safe. There are a number of potential summertime hazards men, women and children can safeguard themselves against. Sun-Related Injuries While skin cancer and sunburn are the most obvious dangers from the sun, there are other hazards as well. Failure to protect the eyes from UV sun exposure can result in photokeratitis, irreversible sunburn of the cornea. While it may cause temporary vision loss, recurrent incidences of photokeratitis can lead to permanent vision loss as well. Individuals who are exposed to sunlight between 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. without UV protection may become sunburned, increasing their risk for skin cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, this year more than one million Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer and about 9,500 people will die from it. Dehydration and heat stroke are other potential hazards. Drinking plenty of water and other hydrating fluids (not

diuretics like alcohol) can keep the body cool and refreshed. Headaches, acting angrily, dizziness, and excessive sweating or cessation of sweating may be signs of a serious sun-related health condition. Water Hazards The Maryland CARES Program, which educates health care professionals and the public about pediatric care and safety, offers that drowning incidents increase 100 percent over the summer months. It takes only inches of water to drown a person, especially a young child. Every year the news broadcasts stories of children who fell into backyard pools or adults swept out to sea by choppy waves. People should never take bodies of water for granted. Swimming only where there is a certified lifeguard can make water recreation safer. Individuals should follow the guidelines posted regarding swimming and avoid oceans when storms are brewing because of rip tides and undertows. Children should always be carefully monitored around water. Self-latching gates around pools can help deter entry as well as safety covers or retractable pool ladders. Remember, pool floats and water wings (swimmies) should not be used as a

substitute for a life vest. Wildlife Dangers Just as many people come out of hibernation when the weather warms, so do animals and insect life. Tick bites are common when the weather is warm. Experts say that the months of May, June and July are peak times for exposure to ticks, which may carry Lyme Disease or another dangerous parasite. Ticks are small and can be difficult to spot. People can do a tick check after coming in from outside, paying careful attention to the areas to which ticks tend to migrate:In ears, in and around the hair, under the arms, behind the knees, around the waist, and between the legs. Mosquitoes, biting flies, bees, wasps, and other insects are in full force. Using an insect repellent can help keep them at bay and avoid bites. In addition to insects, animals like bats, squirrels, raccoons and bears are more active in the warm weather. During the time of dawn and dusk deer may be on the prowl for food before the heat of day. People can pay attention to wildlife

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10th - Meet, Greet, Golf & Get Set Up Night!

Barbara St. Clair and Billy McEwen - 7 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11th - Golf, Karaoke, The Willies - 7 p.m. Saturday - Class of 72 - 40th Reunion

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Gregg Place has offered “Light Show” and Karaoke (before and after live music shows!)

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The Town of Eden Recreation Department Presents

MUSIC ON MAIN STREET 2012 Summer Evening Outdoor Concert Series

7:00 pm Tuesday Evenings Main Street Elementarty School Inclement weather site Elementary School Bring a lawn chair, your family and friends, and relax with some great music!

Please - No Alcoholic Beverages or Tobacco Products are allowed on School Grounds

June 26th July 3rd July 10th July 17th July 24th July 31st August 7th August 14th August 21st August 28th

South City Band Stone Row Billy McEwen Lee Ron Zydeco Stone Country Brother Keep Breakaway Party Squad Willie May Blues Band Creek Band

Folk Rock Celtic Rock Blues Cajun & Zydeco Country Local Rock Arena Rock Classic Rock Blues Bluegrass

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Successful Pool Party The pool party is a staple of summertime fun. It can tie into a specific holiday or an event, such as a birthday party. Or the pool party can be for no reason other than cooling off from the hot weather. There are a few things you must keep in mind before hosting a pool party. Consider these tips before sending out your invitations. The Pool Of course you will need to have a pool to host a pool party. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that you must have one in your backyard. You can plan a pool party at a pool club or your local YMCA as well. However, backyard pool parties are often the most convenient. When inviting guests, consider the maximum capacity of the pool. While everyone may not be in the pool at the same time, you want to ensure the swimming experience will be safe. Also, having adequate space in the yard is essential. This way those who are lounging outside of the pool can enjoy themselves, too. In preparation for a pool party, be sure your pool is adequately cleaned.

However, you don’t want to overload the pool with too many chemicals directly prior to the party. Guests’ skin or eyes may become irritated if the pool was recently chlorinated. Plus, chemicals can add a green hue to light-colored hair. Right before the party, vacuum and skim the pool so that any debris or insects can be removed. Make sure you have some pool toys on hand to enhance the fun. Flotation devices, volleyballs and water guns are good ideas. Just don’t overload the pool with too many items or guests won’t have room to swim. Refreshments Swimming is good exercise, and chances are guests will build up quite an appetite after swimming. However, you don’t want to have foods that will be too heavy in the stomach. Lighter fare such as finger sandwiches, fruit and vegetables, crackers and dip are better ideas. Reserve greasy food, like pizza or hamburgers, for another occasion. Make sure you have plenty of beverages on hand, too. Water, juice and iced tea fit the bill. Steer clear of caffeinated drinks, which can dehydrate. Also,

alcohol and swimming don’t really mix, so avoid alcoholic beverages. Safety When planning a pool party, you’ll have to consider safety. Plan to have one or two individuals who will be responsible for lifeguard duties. These people should have their eyes trained on the swimmers at all times. You can hire a private lifeguard or serve as one yourself if you have first-aid and CPR training. Having life jackets on hand or a rescue float is a good idea. Keep a cordless phone handy to dial emergency services should an accident occur. For younger children, consider setting up a small, shallow pool so they can play safely. This way they won’t get overrun with adults or older children in the main pool. Activities Plan on activities that can occur in or out of the water. Pool staples such as diving for rings, Marco Polo and volleyball are always good ideas. Set up a badminton net, water balloon toss, music and other entertainment outside the pool so that there will be fun all around.

Safe Boating Saves Lives swimming course and make sure passengers are physically capable of swimming. * Do not consume alcohol while operating a boat. The USCG notes that alcohol is the leading contributing factor in fatal boating accidents. Sixteen percent of boating deaths listed alcohol use as the leading contributor. Just because you’re on the water does not mean laws no longer apply. It’s illegal to operate a boat under the influence of alcohol, not to mention considerably unsafe. Passengers might not know the first thing about operating a boat, * Enroll in a boating skills so skippers must maintain their course. Technology is forever sobriety in the case of an accident advancing, and boating or a mechanical problem. technology is not immune. Those new to boating should * Stock up on life jackets. One take a safety course before the size does not fit all when it comes sailing season begins. Even to life jackets. Adult-sized life veteran sailors would be wise jackets, for example, will not to take a boating skills and work for children. A child’s life safety course at least every few jacket should fit snugly and not years. This can help refresh allow the child’s chin or ears to their memory and keep boaters slip through. Test all life jackets abreast of the latest technology. for wear and buoyancy at least Volunteer organizations, once per year, and discard any including the U.S. Coast Guard life jackets that are waterslogged, Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadron, leaky or faded. Keep extra life and others sponsor many jackets aboard just to be safe. courses, and many state boating agencies also provide classes. * Protect yourself and passengers carbon monoxide. To learn more, visit www. from Exposure to CO is possible inside uscgboating.org. and outside the boat. Install a CO * Be mindful of the weather. detector on the boat and maintain Driving in bad weather can it properly, including checking be dangerous, but boating in it before sailing season begins to bad weather can prove fatal. make sure it’s still functioning Be especially mindful of the properly. It’s especially important weather when planning a to protect yourself and your boating trip. The National passengers from CO, as the Weather Service provides symptoms of CO exposure are daily boating reports as well as similar to those of seasickness forecasts for the Atlantic and and alcohol intoxication. But Pacific oceans and the Gulf of prolonged exposure to low Mexico. Sailors should consult concentrations of CO or quick these reports before leaving the exposure to high concentrations can be fatal. dock. According to the United States Coast Guard, in 2009 there were more than 4,700 recreational boating accidents. Those accidents involved nearly 750 deaths. Perhaps most telling, only 14 percent of those deaths occurred on boats where the operator had received boating safety instruction. The importance of precautionary measures when boating is immeasurable, and boaters should heed the following safety advice whenever taking to the water, be it in the ocean or on a nearby lake or river.

* Make sure all boat passengers know how to swim. Surviving a capsized boat is never easy, but it’s nearly impossible for passengers who don’t know how to swim. Make sure all passengers know how to swim before heading out to sea. If it’s been awhile since you have taken to the water, refresh your memory with a

* Don’t allow swimmers near the boat’s exhaust pipe. Part of the fun of sailing is allowing passengers to take a dip or a swim when the boat has stopped moving. However, never let swimmers swim or wade near the engine’s exhaust pipe. Exhaust from a boat’s engine can be a deadly source of CO. Keep swimmers in sight at all times.


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Movie Under the Stars June 28 • July 19 • August 23 at Evans Town Park (weather permitting) beginning at dusk

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Summer fun close to home Summer revelers often take to the skies, rails and waves to embark on a vacation adventure. With the kids out of school and relaxed hours at the workplace, individuals and families generally find that summer is the ideal time to plan a getaway. For those who find they don’t have the funds this year, or simply prefer to stay closer to home, there are likely many different local events to enjoy instead. Many people will be making this summer the year of the staycation. With the average price of gasoline hovering around the $4 mark, according to the AAA Auto Group, you may be among the individuals planning to keep vacation and weekend activities limited to a certain radius around your house. What many people seldom realize is that the warmweather season is a prime time for local offerings from different organizations in the community -- many of which are low-cost and nearby. Oftentimes, all it takes is thumbing through the “Where to Go” section of the newspaper to find a host of different community offerings happening in the weeks to come. Chances are your neighborhood is hosting one or more of these different types of community events. * Fireworks display: Whether for Independence Day or just to mark the start of a summer weekend, towns often host vibrant fireworks displays. Coastal towns may have them

at the beach or boardwalk area, while inland areas may have a specific field or town center location where they can be observed. * Carnival: You need not travel to the theme park several miles away to enjoy a bit of chills and thrills. There may be one or several carnivals taking place nearby this year. Many churches host a carnival to raise funds. There also may be county fairs that feature their share of thrill rides and carnival test-of-skill games. Of course, the carnival food that goes with the event is also something to look forward to. * Park activities: From hiking excursions to garden tours, the private or governmentsubsidized parks may issue an events schedule with many different activities. Some have theater under the stars or camp-out movie nights. Others may have wine- and cheesetasting soirees. These parks may have exhibition centers that can be visited any time of the year. * Summer camps: Many childcare centers and other organizations offer summer camp programs. Research this option early on so you can ensure a place for your child should you choose to sign up. * Food festivals:Towns often host different food festivals where local vendors can put their wares on display and happy residents can sample to their hearts’ delight. * Concerts: The summer season

is certainly one for concerts. If you don’t happen to live right near a sports arena or another music venue, you may be able to enjoy local bands at clubs and restaurants. Some towns also have a performance stage where they invite performers to play week after week. Who knows, your favorite musician may show up for an acoustic or intimate performance night. * Breakfasts and brunches: Different organizations host fundraising food events. The entire family can eat out at a fraction of the cost of going to a restaurant and benefit a good cause in the process. * Street fairs and block parties: Part of the fun of summer is getting outdoors and socializing in the community. Street fairs with foods on a stick and even neighborhood-based block parties enable you to get together and enjoy a little fun really close to home. * Tours and parades: Although parades often coincide with major holidays, some towns host carnival-type parades for the community. Children may be able to ride on a fire truck or explore the workings of a police cruiser. There are plenty of enjoyable activities that could be taking place right in your own backyard this summer. Consult the newspaper, online bulletins or a community newsletter to keep abreast of the different events that may be coming your way.


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LAKEVIEW 10 + house street sale! Eckhardt Road off North Creek. June 29th & 30th 9‑ 3. Too much to list! (A) GARAGE SALE: 789 Nicole Lane (corner of Hollyberry and Nicole) Melody Meadow, An­ gola, 10am‑ 4pm, June 29 and 30. First time, 3 families com­bined, so, wide variety of must see items. No early sales.(B)

GARAGE SALE: 8068 Dennis Road, Angola. June 30, 10am to 2pm. Items too numer­ous to list. Some an­tiques. (C) GARAGE SALE: 911 Beach Road, Angola. 6/29 and 6/30, 9‑3pm. 3 (D) families. GARAGE SALE: June 29 & June 30, 9am‑ 3pm, 49 Lorain St., An­gola. (E) Yard Sales

Yard Sale ‑ Large vari­ ety. Saturday, June 30th, 8‑2. Free coffee with purchase. 1418 Darlington, Derby. (F)

Derby Moving & Estate Sales

Moving & Estate Sales

ESTATE SALE: 1211 Peppertree, Derby Townhouses. Sunday, (G) June 24th, 9am. MOVING SALE: 6/30 and 7/1, 9‑5, 9666 Smith Road, Angola (off Pontiac). House­ hold, furniture, an­tiques, collectibles, chil­d ren’s toys, much more. (H)

MOVING SALE: Furni­ ture, trains, generator, pressure washer, lawn mower and much more. Sat., June 30, 8am‑3pm, Sun., July 1, 8am‑1pm, 1365 Wis­consin Road, Derby. (J)

GARAGE SALE: June 23rd, 8‑4, 124 Chest­nut (I) Lane, Angola.

Deadline: Wednesday at Noon

If you would like your Garage Sale on this Directory, call us for pricing! 549-1164 947-5995


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49th ANNUAL EDEN CORN FESTIVAL August 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th

The Eden Corn Festival is celebrating its 49th year in 2012! Once again, we would like to take this opportunity to include you in the official Eden Corn Festival Program as a supporting patron. Many local organizations benefit from The Eden Corn Festival. Being supportive of the Festival is being supportive of our organizations. Placing an ad in this book is a great way for you and/or your business to be seen by our entire community, as well as a large variety of neighboring communities.

DEADLINE IS TUESDAY, JUNE 26th!

BUSINESS NAME _____________________________________________ CONTACT __________________________ PHONE # __________________ Prices are as follows: (__ 1/8 pg...$80) (__ 1/4 pg...$130) (__1/2 pg...$235) (__full pg...$375) PLEASE CHECK ONE: ____ New ad copy enclosed ____ Repeat last year’s ad ____ Contact me ____ email to ads@southtownspennysaver.com PLEASE RETURN TO AND MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: Eden-North Collins Pennysaver, 8603 S. Main St., Eden, NY 14057 Fax# 992-3041 PAYMENT METHODS ____ Bill my account ____Check enclosed Charge to card # ____________________ exp. ____ Name ______________ If you have any questions, please call us at 992-4625. We are looking forward to another successful year of the Eden Corn Festival! Sincerely, The Eden Corn Festival Inc. The Eden-North Collins Pennysaver, Inc.,


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Hamburg Swim Club Presents:

Falcon Swim Clinics 2012

July 30th - August 3rd and/or August 6th - August 10th 9a-12p (7-11 years old) • 9a-3p (11 and over) Registration information can be found at www.hamburgswimclub.org Great way for Girl’s Varsity Swimmers to prepare for the Varsity Season! Register for both camps and receive a $50 credit towards your fall registration fees!

Summer Clinics 6-8pm • Frontier High School • $10/swimmer July 11th: Freestyle/Backstroke July 18th: Breastroke/Butterfly July 25th: Starts/Turns No registration required!

BURDOCK FARMS SUMMER HORSEBACK RIDING CAMP Weekly day camp for ages 6-13 9992 Tice Road, Eden, NY • 716-982-1770

July 9th-August 6th 9am-1pm

If your child already knows how to ride or always wanted to then this is a great way to learn. Some of the skills campers will learn are safety, riding, horsemanship and horse care. There is also craft activities and nature walks.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Kirsten Seebald at 716.982-1770 or VISIT our WEBSITE at Burdock Farms or email us at kirstenseebald@yahoo.com Lessons available all year round ages 6-adults

Suzanne’s School

of Dance

“Your Hometown Studio” 20 Lake Street, Angola

716.549.1222

Summer Dance Classes Mondays with Miss Traci

6pm: Tap/Jazz Combo, Ages 5+ 7pm: Hip Hop learn some great moves, Multi Age

Tuesdays with Miss Sarah

5:45pm: Classical Ballet complete with Barre, floor work and stretching Ages 10+ 6:30pm: Explore Dance different types of dance each week Teen-Adult 7:30pm: ZUMBA work out and have fun! Teen-Adult

All classes $5 each classes begin July 9

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ F O U N D AT I O N R E ­ PAIRS: Houses, cot­ tages, garages, porches, decks, sheds, mobile homes, and barns. Rotted beams, joists, floor leveling, piers, foundation walls, crawl spaces, wet bowed basement walls, drain tile, waterproof­ing. No job too small. 35 years. Chris. (716) 445‑7623. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ FULL MOBILE HOME Parts and Service. Doors, windows, plumb­ ing and whatever you need! Call Terri at 716‑ 673‑1366 or 1‑855‑854‑ 4740. OWL HOMES of FREDONIA, Rte 20 and 60, Fredonia, NY. www. owlhomeswny.­com HOLE BORING: Porches, fences, site preparation, backhoe and skid steer work. SMALLTIME ENTER­ PRISES, 532‑5266. PIANO TUNING, re­ pairing, regulation and restoration by FRANK J. CIMINESI. Restored pianos for sale. 549‑1012. PRESSURE CLEAN­ ING: Green moldy sid­ ing? Spiderwebs? Hot water makes the differ­ ence!! 780‑7030. TOPSOIL, GRAVEL, shale, slag and fill. Compare my prices! New lawns, driveways, sewer and septic sys­ tems, demolition, back­ hoe and bulldozing. FRANK MON­TELEONE. 549‑5160. Mower Repairs

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ SUMMER IS HERE! Get your lawn mowers tuned up for the year. Early bird specials are going on. Call 549‑ 4226 for more informa­tion. Pickup and deliv­ery is available. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Painting

BEST DEAL ‑ Exterior Painting and Pressure Washing. Decks and Fences. Good Prices ‑ Quality Work! Call Steve 597‑9054 See Website‑ www.Buff‑pro.­com

JUNE 24, 2012 / PAGE 39

Rizer FIREWORKS (Providing Safe Entertainment Since 1984)

Buy One, Get One “FREE”

MORE THAN 50 ITEMS HAVE HAD BIG PRICE REDUCTIONS!

Will be in effect the entire 2012 season all class “C” fireworks included

Yes!

All Assortments Are Also Included In The Buy One, Get One Free! All Warehouses are NOW OPEN for the 2012 season. (Both Federal and State Licensed)

Warehouse #1

40147 Route 66 Marienville, PA 16239 (814) 927-6637 (off season number) (814) 927-2247

Warehouse #2 1680 Route 44 S. Shinglehouse, PA 16748 (814) 697-7256

Warehouse #3 7421 Market St. Russell, PA 16345 (814) 757-9059

A list of items with prices, pictures, videos, and general descriptions can be seen by visiting our website at:

www.rizerfireworks.com

Multisorb Technologies is the world leader in active packaging solutions. Revolutionary products, impeccably trained employees and effective business principles have guided us since our inception. The company has set industry standards, pioneered innovative ways of thinking about sorbent technology, introduced products that have changed the face of the industry and remained the ideal source for preserving the integrity of packaged products. We currently have the following opportunity: PRODUCTION OPERATORS: Operate and maintain a variety of electrical/mechanical equipment according to pre-established procedures and guidelines. High School Diploma or GED required, along with 1 - 3 years of mechanical experience. The shifts currently available are: 12:00am to 8:00am & 4:00pm to 12:00am Mon-Fri. Starting pay $10.05/hour. We offer a superior benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance, disability and 401(k) with a match! If you are interested in joining a company with a bright future, please apply by going to our website, www.multisorb.com. Multisorb Technologies 325 Harlem Road Buffalo, NY 14224

EOE/M/F/V


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School News NIAGARA UNIVERSITY HOLDS COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES

Niagara University held its annual commencement ceremonies on Saturday and Sunday, May 12, and 13, 2012. The undergraduate exercises were held at the Niagara University campus on May 12 as the following students received their bachelors degrees; Brittany Braasch and Kara Connors; both of Derby. The graduate exercises were held at the Niagara University campus on May 13 as Kristin Manguso of Angola received her masters degree. Founded in 1856, Niagara University is a comprehensive master’ institution sponsored by the Vincentian Community, an order of priests and brothers founded by St. Vincent de Paul. Located on the Niagara River at the northern boundary of the city of Niagara, Fall, NY, the university enrolls more than 4,000 students in its undergraduate and graduate programs in its four colleges: Arts and Sciences, Education, Business Administration and Hospitality and Tourism Management. It also offers programs in teacher education and graduate education in the Toronto and York regions of Ontario. For more information on programs and offerings, go to www.niagara.edu.

ACADEMIC HONORS FOR BLUE DEVILS

The State University of New York Athletic Conference released the names of 97 Fredonia State student-athletes who have made either the Commisioner’s List and/or the All-Academic Team during the spring 2012 semester. The local students are Charles Arrigo, a junior from Angola for Swimming & Diving; Jessica Dosser, a junior from Angola for Swimming & Diving; Jamie Warren, a sophomore from Lake View for Basketball and Jessica Strozyk, a sophomore of Lake View for Track & Field. To qualify for both lists, a student-athlete must be a varsity athlete who completed the entire season. Members of the Commisioner’s List have maintained a grade point average of 3.3 for three semesters. All-Academic Team members carried at least a 3.3 GPA during the most recent spring semester.

ARRIGO MAKES DEAN’S LIST

BAND & ORCHESTRA PERFORMS FOR ALL DISTRICT BAND CONCERT On May 21st the fifth grade band and orchestra performed at the Middle School for the All District Band Concert. Pictured from L. to R.- are Branden Hutchinson (A.J. Schmidt), Seth Tolsma, Remington Chapman and Lach Biel (J.T. Waugh). The total performance was a treat for all who attended. Thanks to our wonderful instrument teachers- Mr. Streeter, Miss Martin & Mr Capitummino.

Charley Arrigo, of Angola, has made the Dean’s list both semesters this tear at SUNY Fredonia. Charley is also a member of the swim team at Fredonia majoring in communications. HOUSE PAINTING ‑ Exterior siding and trim. Interior walls, ceil­ing, trim. Free esti­m ates. 947‑9675. Jim. Rental Services

LOGSPLITTER FOR RENT: 27 tons, new equipment. $50.00 per day. Free delivery. 549‑ 9917. PARTY TENT PACK­ AGE: 20x 30 Tent, six 8’ tables, 48 chairs, $240 + tax. BOUNCE HOUSES Starting at $125. Cotton Candy Machine $40. MAIN EVENT TENTS, 337‑ 0125. Roofing

METAL ROOFS Made by the Amish, In­stalled. Variety of col­ors. Highest Quality, Lowest prices. Install shingle roofs also. Call HOUSE TO HOME IM­ PROVEMENTS 432‑7545 Security Products

A VILLAGE LOCK­SMITH now has DIS­COUNTED movie passes for Regal Cinemas available.

SCS STUDENTS BECAME CONSERVATION INVESTIGATORS

Mrs. Kelly SantaLucia’s Grade 5 class from Southtowns Catholic School visited the Buffalo Zoo. During their visit they became conservation investigators as they learned about animals, their habitats, and what can cause some animals to become endangered or extinct. Pictured at the polar bear habitat is Haley Crosta, Joseph Gogan, and Emma Gian.

SOUTHTOWNS - FAMILY PRACTICE Craig K. MacLean DO • Paul C. Dippert DO Lori A. Christiano, MSN, FNP-BC, CDE 3040 Amsdell Rd. Hamburg, NY 14075 Phone: (716) 646-6700 Fax: (716) 646-8515

849 Rte. 5 & 20 Suite 3 Irving, NY 14081 Phone: (716) 951-8165

DEADLINE: WED. AT NOON

MATT FROST

BUILDING & REMODELING Additions Garages Roofing Siding

627-9196

FREE ESTIMATES INSURED

Windows Decks Kitchens Baths


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER BAR: Mon.-Fri. 4pm-? Sat Noon-? Sun 2pm-8pm

KITCHEN: Mon.-Fri. 4-10pm Sat Noon-10pm Sun 2pm-8pm

8557 N. Main St., Eden • 992-4300 Our Local Beef is Corn Fed & Farm Raised The Best Steaks in the Southtowns!!

• NEW DAILY SPECIALS •

MONDAY: SOUTH OF THE BORDER NIGHT! Tacos...$1.00 & Coronas...$2.50 TUESDAY: Dinner for Two! (Includes 2 glasses of house wine) $20.12 WEDNESDAY: PATIO BARBECUE NIGHT! 8 oz. Sirloin Steak Dinner

9.99

Fresh Clams!!

$

ThURSDAY: COOL & CRISP SALAD NIGHT! Chef’s creations using produce from the Garden of Eden!

Prices starting at

7.99

$

FRIDAY: MORE THAN JUST A FISH FRY! Featuring fresh, grilled & healthy seafood. Come try our fish in a bag or pasta continental! Taking Reservations for Parties of 6 or more!

SATURDAY: MEAT LOVER’S DELIGHT! $ USDA Choice 16 oz. T-Bone or Porterhouse Steak Dinners For only....

20.99 Come and Taste the Difference

SUNDAY: ROAST PORK DINNER $9.99 ONLY

www.obrienspubeden.com

Serving handicapped adults of WNY for 30 years. ASSISTANT RESIDENTIAL MANAGER: To oversee day to day operations of community residence for DD adults in North Collins area. $14.92/hr. HS + 2 yrs exp required in Human Services field. Valid NYS driver’s license with acceptable driving record. Call 716-805-1480 or send resume to: SASi, 960 W. Maple Ct., Elma, NY 14059. Fax: 716-805-1443. EOE

JUNE 24, 2012 / PAGE 41 Septic Tank & Drains

SEPTIC TANKS VACU­ UMED CLEAN by (The Wizard of Ooze LAKESHORE SEPTIC. 549‑3969. Tree Service

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ “THE TREE SUR­ GEON”. Tree removal, trimming, stump grind­ ing, lot clearing. Fire­ wood. Reasonable prices. Free estimates. Fully Insured. 549‑ 2922. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 25% OFF ALL SHRUBS ‑ locally grown. BELLA TERRA GREENHOUSE See Back Page! H I LT Y T R E E S E R ­ VICE: Trimming, stump removal, storm clean up, firewood. Free esti­ mates. Insured. 867‑ 0243. MIKE’S TREE RE­ MOVAL: Stump grind­ ing, bucket service. Fully insured. Prompt Service. 818‑7272. MJ Foresters ‑ Tree service trimming‑ re­ movals & stump grind­ing 934‑3125 or 359‑ 8384. TREES, TREES, TREES trimmed and re­m oved b y N I S A R I C YA R D MAINTE­N ANCE. Also, com­p lete landscaping s e r­v i c e s . O w n e r / Operator Nick Latimore. 713‑ 5187/ 549‑1173. In­sured. Windows

WINDOWS AND DOORS: Vinyl replace­ ment windows made to fit your home. Free esti­mates. Call Jim. 947‑ 9675. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ GLASS BLOCK‑ $85.00 Vented 32x14 Installed! All vinyl replacements on sale. Call WIN­DOWS DOOR & MORE at 549‑6867 NOW! ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

Announcements Card of Thanks

Thank you, St. Jude, for prayers answered. Publication promised. LS

Announcements Miscellaneous

FREE views of the western sky! The Sun­ set Observation Soci­ ety invites everyone to our meeting, Tuesday, June 26th, 8:15 pm at Sturgeon Point Marina, in the upper overflow parking lot, regardless of the weather.

Employment Full Time Wanted

THE HAMBURG CASINO is looking for you to join our team: Calling all cooks, food and beverage cashiers and cleaning positions. To apply, visit us online at www.theham­burgcasino. com. A great place to visit and even better place to work!

DRIVERS AND COOKS WANTED Apply in person at Pat’s Pizzeria 9542 Lakeshore Rd., Angola

KIDS SEWING CLASSES

Beginning July 9

Ages 11+ yrs.

SIGN UP TODAY

USED & TRADE-IN MACHINE SALE Financing UP TO 48 Mo. PFAFF

Dealer

716-992-4364

8386 N. Main, Eden

www.edensewingcenter.com

Immediate openings in Southtowns locations.


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY FREE ESTIMATES

TOM NOLAN WIRING

CALA’S CONTRACTING Home Improvement - All Types

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL INSURED TOM NOLAN 549-2548

CELL # 432-4923

ANTHONY CALA

ANGOLA NEW YORK

716-627-6443 716-913-0956 THOMAS C. FARLEY, JR. Attorney at Law

YOUR AD HERE

Chapel Park Villa

Call for Details: 549-1164

7008 Erie Road, Suite 8C Derby, New York 14047

Phone: 716-947-7671

FARNHAM PLUMBING &

HEATING

Boilers, Furnaces & Hot Water Tanks Installed & Serviced Backhoe Services Available Licensed ~ Bonded ~ Insured FREE ESTIMATES

549-1564 - Cell: 913-6052

Fax: 716-947-9428

Dom’s Handyman Service

Small Concrete Jobs • Steps • Patios Sidewalk • Chimneys • Doors • Windows Emergency Plumbing • Drywall • Painting Mobile Home Repairs • Bathrooms • Roof Repairs, etc ... 35 years of experience 10% Senior Discount

CALL DOM - (716) 949-9776

Flowers by Darlene YOUR AD HERE

Contemporary and Traditional Design

Call for Details: 549-1164

7365 Erie Road Derby, NY 14047 1-716-947-4133

REMODELING PROJECT SPECIALIST • • • • • •

Room Renovations Fences • Wood/Vinyl Painting - In & Out Decks / Railings / Stairs Windows / Entry Doors General Repairs FREE ESTIMATES LOW PRICES

SEPTIC SYSTEMS - SNOWPLOWING • DEMOLITION• BOBCAT SERVICES • GRAVEL • SLAG • TOPSOIL

947-9675

RM Heating & Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning, Heating, Snowplowing & Refrigeration Servicing BRYANT STANDBY GENERATORS 3890 Hobday Road Bliss, NY 14024 (585) 322-7407 Mobile: (716) 997-5044

D & L TRUCKING & EXCAVATING

285 Lotus Point Road Irving, NY 14081 (716) 549-4669 Mobile: (716) 997-9398

• Bulldozing • Backhoe • Excavating • Lot Clearing • Dependable • Reliable • 25 Years in Business

Cell 818-4903

WET BASEMENTS FOUNDATION PROBLEMS BEAMS ~ SILL PLATES ~ JOISTS BLOCKS WALLS ~ DRAIN TILE WALL CRACKS ~ PIERS ~ BEACH WALLS ALL FOUNDATIONS CORRECTED

549-6533


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

JUNE 24, 2012 / PAGE 43 Part Time Wanted

topsoil Crushed ConCrete (Accepting broken concrete)

millings, rip-rap, stone ponds, retaining walls truCk & maChine rental

913-4906 627-3811

CALL ALL SEASONS YARD MAINTENANCE Mowing, Trees/Shrubs (trimmed or removed), Gutters, etc. SERVING YOUR TOWN FOR 27 YEARS. 992‑4780. Service & Repair Miscellaneous

Painting

TOM VAYO PAINTING AND HOME REPAIR‑ Exterior/Interior paint­ ing, drywall repair and installation, carpentry repair. 25 years experi­ ence. Insured. Call 880‑ 0858.

AUTO ACCIDENTS... DWI... BANKRUPTCY...

BANKRUPTCY

Magavern & Loretto P.C.

Attorneys and Counselors at Law

DWI • Personal Injury • Real Estate •

71 Main Street, Hamburg, NY 14075

(716) 649-1571

BANKRUPTCY

AUTO ACCIDENTS... DWI... BANKRUPTCY...

...AUTO ACCIDENTS... DWI... BANKRUPTCY...

...AUTO ACCIDENTS... DWI... BANKRUPTCY...

PAUL A. SHEA‑ Fine woodworking & finish­ ing, furniture restora­tion, custom cabinets and repairs. 992‑3849.

SEALCOAT‑ Meticu­ lous work. Refrences available. Now is the time. Free estimates. Call David St. George 549‑3829.

Household helper: Great summer job! July 15th ‑ September 15th. Includes domestic as­s istance, including house cl eani ng, er­ rands, occasional shop­ ping, assist in exercise and pill management. Willing to work as inde­ p e n d e n t c o n t r a c t o r, honest and pleasant. 3 days per week, 3‑4 hours per day. Flexible schedule, $10.00 per hour. elisabethlove@ g­mail.com. The Eden Chamber of Commerce has an im­ mediate opening for a part‑time Administra­ tive Assistant. Qualified applicants should pos­ sess the following skills: Must be profi­c ient in Word, Excel and Quick Books, highly organized, detail oriented, and have the ability to prioritize tasks. Responsibilities will include general cler­ ical and administrative support, data entry, working closely with team members, and member interaction. Po­s ition is 15 hrs per week or as needed, M o n d a y ‑ T h u r s d a y. Please send resume to: Eden Chamber of Commerce, 2730 West Church Street, Eden, NY 14057. Babysitting

DAY CARE in my Derby home, Monday through Friday. Flexible hours, full‑time dis­count offered, 22 years experience. Great rates, great references. Lots of TLC. 716‑771‑ 9260. Stay at home Mom available to babysit in my home. Please call Brenda @ 780‑7142.

Has your Penny Saver Box sustained Damage? Stop by the Penny Saver office and pick one up FREE OF CHARGE.

Instruction Private Instruction

HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS ‑ Child through adult. Western, English and therapeutic classes forming, $25.00 /hour. Horse/pony leases also available starting at $175 per month. Come join the fun at HAPPY TA I L S FA R M A N D RESCUE CENTER, 716‑864‑5167. www.­ happytailsfarms.com.

Rental Real Estate Unfurnished Apartments

Apartment for rent, Blasdell. Non‑smokers building, no pets, appli­ ances, laundry area. 337‑2216, 352‑2729.

CLIP & SAVE

HOT WATER PRESSURE CLEANING SERVICE Zic’s

780-7030

Hot Water Makes the Difference! Decks, Siding, Whatever!!! COMMERCIAL ~ RESIDENTIAL CLIP & SAVE Free gas on this 30+ acre farm house with 3-4 bedrooms and 1 bath in Perrysburg. Reduced to $147,500.

Tonya Studley

2 bedroom rental house come with this 3 bedroom and 2 bath house in Pomfret. Listed at $192,900.

Salesperson

Mobile: (716) 474-8380 Office: (716) 763-3910 Fax: (716) 763-8184 www.RealLivingAvista.com 135 E. Fairmount Ave., Lakewood, NY 14750

ONE DENTIST, ONE RESULT 21 Center Street in Angola Next door to the Angola PennySaver

Phone 549-3111

GENERAL DENTISTRY IMPLANT DENTISTRY


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

EDEN

SELF STORAGE

Unit Sizes 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x25 Also heated and cooled climate controlled units Secured outside parking RV's * Boats * Auto 24 Hr. computerized gate access * Fully Fenced * Well Lit * Surveillance cameras 8750 S. Main Street, (Rt. 62), Eden 14057

24 HOUR EMERGENCY LOCKOUT SERVICE

992-4200

Affiliated Locksmith

• Commercial & Residential • Auto Lock Specialists • Safe Sales & Servicing • Locks Sold & Installed • Door Closers/Panic Bars

6926 Erie Road FAX Tops Plaza 947-4995 Derby, New York

Bonded Insured

882-3587 / 947-9071 / 672-5166

PFAFF

Timothy J. Hoelzle

Supreme Dealer

8386 North Main Street Eden, NY 14057

(716) 992-4364

Machine Sales and Service Quilt and Garment Fabrics Classes/ Patterns Notions/Books

www.edensewingcenter.com M, Th, F 10-5:30; Tues.10-7; Wed. & Sat. 10-4

HOELZLE CONSTRUCTION

Custom Built Homes Renovations Additions

General Contracting

(716) 864-6326

R RAZOBrakes and Mufflers

QUALITY USED AUTO SALES

YOUR AD HERE Call for Pricing: 549-1164 DON'S HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES

549-5224

AAA Contracting (716)982-5153 • www.aaacontractingny.com FOR ALL YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS Drywall, Painting & Staining Windows & Doors • Gutters Basement Crack Repair Plumbing & Electrical Repairs Flooring

Specializing in: • • • • •

Siding General Cleaning HVAC Power Washing Debris Removal

SOUTHTOWNS HANDYMAN

All Home Repairs ~ Emergency Plumbing ~ Electrical Roofing ~ Siding ~ Gutters ~ Repairs ~ Painting Bathrooms ~ Floors ~ Windows & Doors Basement Waterproofing ~ Foundations - Chimneys Remove ice/snow from roofs All Mobile Home Repair Insurance Cases

8428 Erie Road, Angola, NY

• • • • •

"The World's Cheapest Mufflers and Brakes" P: (716) 549-AUTO Kevin "RAZOR" Rasinski, Owner (2886) 8243 Erie Road F: (716) 549-2286 Angola, NY 14006

• • • • •

Moving & Hauling Window Washing Roofing & Siding Tree Trimming Landscaping

Licensed & Insured • Free Estimates • Commercial/Residential

EDEN PLUMBING & ELECTRIC

AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & SERVICE ELECTRIC SERVICE UPGRADES

FREE Carbon Monoxide & Natural Gas Leak TESTING of Your Home Heating System. Call 992-3832 for appointment

T.M. GOODRICH CONSTRUCTION Live Here - Work Here

• Roofing • Decks • Windows • Doors

• Garages • Siding • Metal Trim • Interior Alteration

549-7646 Tom Goodrich 868-4352 • Flooring • Trim Work • Bathroom Remodels • Kitchen Remodels

Cell (716)867-2497

(716)941-9239

B&B FENCE COMPANY Tom Burke All Types of Fencing FREE ESTIMATES

10219 Trevett Road Springville, NY 14141


DON’T THROW IT AWAY!

NEW NEW PHONE PHONE BOOK BOOK Will be in their Pennysaver JULY 1ST!!! Summer Programs at the Angola Library Wednesdays - June 27th - August 1st • Lapsit Fun ~ 6-6:30 p.m. ~ Ages 2 and under • Preschool Storytime ~ 7-7:45 p.m. ~ Ages 2-5 Glow in the Dark - Saturday, June 30th at 1:30 p.m. Learn about stars, glow in the dark crafts, games & prizes ~ Ages 6-10 Registration is required for all programs. Call 549-1271

1 car-$5,900 2 car-$7,300 3 car-$9,000

• Garages • Roof • Decks • Siding • Pole Barns • Additions

GNC Construction 716-560-8939

JUNE 24, 2012 / PAGE 45

MULCH

TOPSOIL STONE SHREDDED AND SCREENED

$15 off

on Any Load 4 Cubic Yards or More

4240 Schreiber Drive Eden, New York 14057

Over 70 Years!

992-4332

Sale Real Estate

www.SchreiberWinkelman.com Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; Sat. 8:00am - Noon

Mobile Homes For Sale

For sale: 1983 Duke mobilehome, 70x14. Melody Meadows, in­ cludes appliances, washer, dryer. $15,000 or best offer. Please call 254‑0642.

Garage / Yard Sales Garage Sales

GARAGE SALE: 2305 Ferrier Road, Eden. June 30, July 1. Furni­ture, ceiling fans, elec­tronics and more! 10am‑5pm. Please, no early birds! GARAGE SALE: Sat & Sun, June 30 & July 1, 8am‑3pm, 10192 Jen­n ings Road, North Collins. Furniture, an­ tiques, collectibles. Ash­ley “Prairie Group” leaded glass coffee table, loveseats, dining table/six chairs, 1930’s metal toys, 1960’s Bar­bie Doll collection, 1940’s dresses, 2003 Harley Sportster. See Craigslist garage sales for pictures & more info. Yard Sales

YARD SALE: Friday, J u n e 2 9 , S a t u r d a y, June 30. A little bit of everything, including a small sailboat, 8am‑ 2pm, 2245 Eden‑Evans Center Road, Eden.

BREAST BOOK SALE

WHEN: Saturday, June 30th, 9-2 WHERE: Evans Center Fire Hall Lot WHAT: Used Books Children to Adult

WHY:

Paperback - $1.00 Hard Cover - $2.00

To support Paula Eastman’s “3 Day for a Cure” to Cure Breast Cancer Walk 3 Days 60 Miles

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Tell Everyone their

FOR LEASE: 3 bed­room apartment in Farnham Village. $700/ month plus last and se­c urity. NO PETS! In­cludes heat and water. Available July 1. Call 649‑4318 for appoint­ment. For Rent: Newly remod­ eled two bedroom apartment. Large yard, North Collins Schools, located on Cain Road between RT. 62 and Brant Angola Road. $525/ mo. Call 907‑ 8482, 992‑9347.

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(716) 549-1744

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

In Business 54 Years

CLARK-BRANT GARAGE, INC.

Complete Collision and Painting Complete Auto Glass Service Frame Straightening Storage Available Front End Alignment

Ed Brant Paul Brant

151 South Main St. Angola, N.Y.

TIMM HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING FURNACES ... BOILERS HOT WATER TANKS

INSTALLATION AND REPAIR WORK 458 Sycamore Avenue, Angola Commercial Residential

549-5113

TOURS & TRAVEL, INC. 47 Buffalo St., Hamburg

648-3505 • Passport Photos • Travel Videos • Free Service

• Airlines • Cruises • Tours

LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED

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6835 Erie Rd., Route 5, Derby, NY 14047 947-9260 • Hair • Licensed Massage Therapist

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485 Sunset Drive Hamburg, N.Y. 14075

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Loretto

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MARGUERITE M. HOGG $3.5 Million+ Sales HUNT EXECUTIVE CLUB

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A lifetime Evans resident, specializing in the Southtowns home sales. (Licensed Sales Person)

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Cell: 864-0222 Voicemail: 743-5160

7 North Main St.

Angola, New York

THINKING OF SELLING ...

DUZEN CONSTRUCTION

ANGOLA TAXI

General Contractor

Renovations - Remodeling Additions & New Homes

• Gift Certificates always available • Waxing • Gifts & More

CARPENTRY • HOMES • CONCRETE ADDITIONS • REMODELING • ELECTRICAL

Hunt Real Estate Corporation

Free Estimates Insured

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Mon. - Fri.: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

William T. Duzen 549-4281

549-3426

9396 Elmwood St., Angola, NY

Metro Roberts Realty will pay you $500.00

if you can find a Real Estate Company in WNY that has more tools to market your property ...

Call Kimberly Hulburd ...Today!!

725-8725

View my listings every Sat. at 11 a.m. on Channel 7!

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson ROBERTS REALTY

697-5211

Robert Sciarrino PLUMBER Fully Licensed & Insured 114 South Main Street Angola, New York 14006

PRESCHOOL AND DAYCARE 7821 Erie Road, Derby - 549-0585 5479 Lakeshore Road, Lakeview - 627-3724 Also located West Seneca, Ken-Ton & Grand Island

Why care a little when you can Care-A-Lot!

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JOE’S PLUMBING & HEATING

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All Makes of Furnaces, Boilers & Hot Water Heaters Installed & Serviced

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1526 Eden-Evans Center Road, Angola 24 Hour Service - Phone 549-1477

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CASTAWAYS Bar & Grill 549-6090

Open at Noon Daily Great Place For Lunch, Dinner, Cocktails, Sunsets Summer is here, its short, enjoy it on our patio.

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Merchandise Lawn & Garden

GREAT OUTDOORS LAWNCARE & LAND­ SCAPING ‑ FULLY IN­ SURED, full service company, now accept­ ing new commer­c ial/ residential lawn­c are customers. Spe­ cializing in landscape design and installa­ tions. Grading/seed­ ing. (Hydro Seeding), flowerbed mainte­nance, tree removals, spring cleanups, storm damage cleanup. Lot clearing. Call 992‑ 2262, estimate. LAWNS AND LAND­ SCAPES BY CMS. Mowing, rolling, land­ scape design and many other services. Commercial and resi­ dential. 992‑2184

Agriculture

870-0494 OLD TIME HANDYMAN, LLC ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, CARPENTRY, GENERAL REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE Address For with Ads: getEmail 10% off any service this ad

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Happy Graduation • Practical Start! MLS B407172

Nothnagle.com 3229 Southwestern Blvd. Orchard Park, NY 14127 Phone: 716-253-6450 Need instant gratification? Call (800) 295-2797 w/PC Code Associate Broker (716) 545-9453

FIREWOOD: Sea­soned cherry, $75.00, air‑dried 7 months, 4’x8’x16‑18”. H a r d­w o o d , $ 7 0 . 0 0 / face cord. Unseasoned mixed hardwood, $60.00. Three cord minimum. 430‑5086.

Transportation Autos for Sale

2002 Subaru Forester, 111K, AWD, silver, runs great. $4995. 992‑ 3099. Vehicles Wanted

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CASH FOR JUNK VE­ HICLES and scrap metal. Flatbed service available. Call Rob. 998‑3603. DMV#7109787. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

ANGOLA - Perfect 3/2 double, ideal for the college bound. Have the rent pay the mortgage & build equity instead of debt! Unit 1 has been luxuriously remodeled. Call now! Offers starting at $130,900 PC 08427

Lisa Uschold

Firewood

Lisa - The only professional you need! Top notch sales experience, superb marketer, excellent negotiator!

Service & Repair Builders & Remodelers

NORTH COUNTY Car­ pentry Home Improve­ ments and Repairs. Fully Insured. 969‑ 7656.

CANCER IS NOT A CHOICE

WHERE YOU SEEK TREATMENT IS: We Treat All Cancers That Respond to Radiation, and Specialize in IMRT, HDR Brachytherapy and External Beam. 3633 Commerce Place Hamburg, NY 14075 716-649-9950 For A Brighter Tomorrow

529 Central Ave. Dunkirk, NY 14048 716-363-3950

TWO LOCATIONS IN THE SOUTHTOWNS Concrete

Concrete repair and restoration, guaran­ teed, topsoil and stone. 479‑6641. Excavating

METICULOUS EXCA­ VATIONS‑ New lawns, driveways, drainage, sewer, septic systems, land clearing, ponds, utillities, indoor, out­ door, horse arenas, de­ molition etc. Refer­ences available. Call Joe. (716) 432‑1847.

Angola Dry Cleaners

Opening July 5th

160 Lake Street

(next to Angola Flower Shoppe)

Writing & Publishing For The People Since 1994

Landscaping

100% ORGANIC NATURALLY DARK BROWN AGED WOOD CHIPS at reduced prices. NO DYE. Ideal for flower beds and gardens. Fresh wood chips also available. JAMES SERVICES 992‑3800

Where a Handshake is more than a Promise!

• Biographies • Business Plans • Business Proposals

• Event Documentation • Funding Proposals • Resumes

Affordable H Reliable H Professional

Contact Us Phone + Text + Voicemail: 716-253-3832 Email: Wesgrekianpg@gmail.com Website: www.Wesgrekianpg.Blogspot.com

HELP WANTED PRESSERS - Individuals to hand press large slabs of terra cotta clay into large plaster molds. Ability to read blueprints is a plus. Must be able to read a ruler and lift 50 pounds on a regular basis. This position is Monday-Friday 6:30am-4:00pm with occasional Saturdays and pays $10.00 per hour. SIZERS - Individuals to use a programmable wet saw to cut terra cotta blocks. Ability to use blueprints is a plus. Ability to use a ruler and lift 50 pounds on a regular basis is a must. This position is Monday-Friday 3:30pm-12:00am and pays $10.00 per hour. Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, 401k plan, paid sick, personal, and vacation days and 6 paid holidays.

Apply in person Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm at: Boston Valley Terra Cotta 6860 S. Abbott Road, Orchard Park, NY 14127


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

ELECTRICAL Ric Hammer Free Estimates

947-5543

LICENSED

No job too big or small 40 years experience

INSURED

SouthWestern Storage Facility

992-4388 Earl's Plumbing & Heating

Self Storage Units & Outside Storage for RV's, autos, trailers, boats, trucks

DRAIN CLEANING SHEET METAL WORK NEW CONSTRUCTION

Truck Rental & Leasing LOCAL, ONE-WAY, PERSONAL, SMALL BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL

FREE ESTIMATES

Storage & Truck Rental 549-0338 after hours Truck Rental 549-0103 1670 Eden-Evans Center Rd., Evans/Angola, NY Secured Facility

Wetzler Electric • • • • •

Service Upgrades New Wiring & Repairs Pool Hook-ups 240 Lines Hot Tubs

Phone: 947-3195

INSURED

Mobile: 480-5748

HEATING INSTALLATION & SERVICE

Senior Discount and 1st Time Discount

The Flower Derby

ED'SEdWELL SERVICE Dinkuhn, owner Natural Gas Well Tending Well Service & Repair Homeowner Maintenance

6901 Erie Road Derby, NY 14047

Insured • 10 Years Experience

947-4525

Shop: 549-8969 • Cell: 440-5386

Are your Drawers Falling Down? Call Eden DRAWER & DOOR CO. • • • • •

549-4070 Electro-Tech Power & Light 10% OFF

Call Craig Master Electrician

716-462-0885

Big Jobs Small Jobs Low Rates Quality Work

“This town needs a hero.”

MOLLNAR CONST.

CO., INC.

Sifted Topsoil & Garden Mixes Sewer & Water Lines Septic Systems Drainage Bulldozing & Grading

549-2344

Gravel Stone Driveways

Complete kitchen from floor to ceiling Cabinet refacing Drawer Replacement Counter Tops (laminate & solid surface) Alterations of any kind

For Free Estimates Call PAUL SHEA 992-3849

HOME REPAIRS

• PLUMBING • WINDOWS • DOORS • CHIMNEYS • ROOFS By the Hour or Job • GUTTERS 10% SENIOR DISCOUNT • ELECTRIC References • Free Estimates • FLOORS • GUTTER CLEANING

696-2591

PALMIERI PAVING LLC • • • • •

Blacktop Driveways Parking Lots Resurfacing Hot Patchwork Stone Driveways

FREE ESTIMATES

992-2414

INSURED

WE ARE METAL ROOF EXPERTS QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED Licensed

548-1107

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Tuesday’s all  U  can  eat  Wings  $5.50   Wednesdays  Happy  Hour  5  to  7  Free  appetizers’   Thursday  s  Live  Music  With  1/2  a  Heard  7pm   Fridays  are  famous  Fish  Fry   Saturdays  Live  Music  


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J & L Jewelers

OUR WATCH BATTERIES ARE ALWAYS $5.00 (In Blockbuster Plaza)

Don’t Settle for Chicken Feed!

When selling your collectibles, “gold, diamonds, silver, coins ...” don’t fall for fancy TV ads! 6929 Route 5, Derby • 947-4810 Hours: Tues., Wed. & Fri. 10-6; Sat. 9-4; Thurs. 10-8; Closed Sun. & Mon.

Serving handicapped adults of WNY for 30 years. DIRECT CARE: Openings for community residences in immediate area, (assisting disabled adults). $11.28/hr. HS or GED + NYS driver’s license required. Call 716-805-1480 or send resume to: SASi, 960 W. Maple Ct., Elma, NY 14059. Fax: 716-805-1443. EOE

Business: 392-1324 Cell: 863-4669

Chiavetta’s Chicken Barbecue 7200 Old Lake Shore Road, Derby

SUNDAY, JUNE 24, 2012

(or sold out)

$9.00 (eat in or take out)

~~~ Home Cookin’ ~~~

DAN’S RESTAURANT of the Village Featuring Waffles, Pancakes Omelettes

69 N. Main

Cold Plates Macaroni Salad, Potato Salad, Watermelon, Strawberries St., Angola Ham - Egg - Cheese

(Across from the Angola Theatre)

549-2901

DESSERT OF THE WEEK:

Strawberry Shortcake also, other dessert available

9542 Lakeshore Rd., Angola

549-6522

Licensed & Insured & Bonded

225-0055 Chris

EVANS POLICE DEPARTMENT CONFIDENTIAL ANONYMOUS TIP LINE: 217-3585

Pre-sale tickets available M-F 8:00 am - 3:00 pm @ 7030 Erie Rd., Derby or Contact Kerry @ 947-5857

Located in the

Basement walls: Replaced, repaired. Drain Tile • Piers • Beams • Floor Leveling House Raising Basements under existing Houses

5% DISCOUNT UNTIL 7/1/12

CLADDAGH COMMISSION’S ANNUAL

11:30 am - 4:30 pm

FORTIFIED FOUNDATIONS

• Residential • Driveways • Sidewalks • Stamped Patios • Foundation Walls • Trench Foundation • Brick & Block Work • 18 Years Experience

Keiffer Plumbing, Heating & Cooling 649-3866 We will install either yours or our plumbing fixtures and heating equipment.

We install & service

Furnaces • Boilers • Hot Water Tanks Water Softeners • Water Conditioners We install acrylic bathtub liners

CUSTARD SHAKES SUNDAES

Monday: Large Cheese & One Topping Pizza - $9.95 (Additional Toppings $2.00 ea.) Tuesday: $1.00 OFF any Stromboli or Calzone Wednesday: $1.00 OFF any pasta dinner * All prices subject to change without notice & are subject to sales tax

All rights reserved. All advertising, news, and graphic material are the property of the Angola PennySaver and cannot be used without written consent. The Angola PennySaver reserves the right to refuse or edit any news or advertising it deems to be inappropriate. The advertising and news in this publication does not necessarily represent the views of the Angola Penny Saver, its owner, or employees. The Angola PennySaver is published weekly at 19 Center Street in Angola. CLIP & SAVE

CARPET STEAM CLEANED

10

$

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(Per Room 2 Rm. min.)

8SOFA OR 2 CHAIRS ............ $31.95 85 ROOM SPECIAL ............... $49.75 8WE BEAT ALL PRICES!!!

ACE CARPET CARE

549-6358

Expires 7/8/12

Serving Cheesecake, Carrot Cake & More

OPEN ‘TIL 3 AM FRIDAY & SATURDAY!

DAILY SPECIALS:

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SPECIAL OF THE WEEK Buffalo Wrap - $4.50 Good thru 7/1/12

No Coupon Needed

DAILY SPECIALS:

Thursday: Buy (2) Large Meat & Cheese Tacos, Get 1 FREE - $7.00 Friday: FISH FRY - 11 oz. piece of beer

battered haddock with fries, coleslaw, tartar sauce, ketchup, lemon & a dinner roll - $9.25

* All prices subject to change without notice & are subject to sales tax


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY BUDS SUDS

VETERAN OWNED & OPERATED

RV • TRAILER • WASHING COMMERCIAL• INDUSTRIAL STEAM PRESSURE WASHING ASPHALT • CONCRETE • SURFACE CLEANING

FREEWAYTX30@YAHOO.COM (E-MAIL)

928-750-9660

David Cramer OWNER

If you would like to be in our Business Directory, Call 549-1164 for details.

5V Crimp Metal Roofing Leaf Solutions Gutterguard

5”/6” Seamless Gutters

Standing Seam Metal Roofing Systems ON SITE ROLL FORMING • VARIETY OF COLORS Phone/Fax: 716-934-4658

Sales & Installation • Free Estimates • Fully Insured 12446 Hanford Rd., Silver Creek, NY 14136

Experienced Property Management Large complexes or small units in any location. Rents collected promptly; efficient maintenance. Your property is worth more with efficient tmanagement built it.

JOE GELENCSER MASONRY - 947-0012

CALL NOW! WE GET RESULTS!

CELL: 983-0082

Patrick C. Gresko Realty & Management

BRICK, BLOCK, STONE, TUCKPOINTING, CHIMNEYS, FIREPLACES, PORCHES, REPAIRS and ALTERATIONS

892-7654

Are you facing foreclosure, property seizure or liens; evictions?

58 N. Main St. Angola, NY

319-8363 549-4444

We can stop these actions for you immediately and save your property and credit rating.

Homemade Pies ~ Gourmet Cakes ~ Cookie Trays Cupcakes ~ Custom Cutout Cookies

CALL US NOW!!

All at Affordable Prices! www.uniquesweetscakeshop.com

G & G Foreclosures 892-7654

Everyone is unique. Why shouldn’t their cake be?

WATER DELIVERED

YOUR AD HERE Call for Pricing: 549-1164

for Pools

337-2777

Chick’s Lanes

Summer comes but once a year, so Relax and let us do the shipping!

549-4206

Every Tuesday Bowling Special 9 p.m. - 11 p.m.

$1.35/Game

Bring this coupon with you for

Lake Erie Diving Center 8542 Rt. 5, Angola, NY 549-3338 We Ship Via UPS

$

2.00 OFF

when you ship your next UPS package with us! 1 per customer Expires 7/31/12

JOHN & SONS CONSTRUCTION

John Haskins 549-0467 Cell 316-9367

Local Limousine Service Flat Rates • Bar Runs

CALL GORDO

(716) 491-7952

Elaine Urbanowicz Licensed Sales Agent

Century 21 Ganey 648-2100 Call me at 984-3453

Elaine.sager@century 21.com Office

SPECIALIZING IN ROOFING, SIDING & WINDOWS LICENSED & INSURED

Roll With Gordo

OPEN HOUSE Sunday, 1-3 pm

KYLE JABLONSKI

CHRIS BALLOU

997-2556

992-2013

ESTIMATOR/SALES

OWNER

7611 Delamater Rd. Angola

Gorgeous colonial with heated inground pool set on 4.5 acres of partially wooded land. Full basement, 3 bedroom & 3.5 baths. Stop by and take a look!!


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New Angola Theatre 72 North Main Street Village of Angola 549-4866

• Corporations/Business Formations and Advice • Real Estate Closings • Wills & Estates • Corporate Bankruptcy • Patents/Trademarks • Personal Injury • Commercial Litigation

Phillip Brothman Andrew Yusick

www.newangolatheatre.com

June 22nd thru June 27th

Brave

Rated PG-13

Fri. @ 7 pm; Sat. @ 2 pm, 6 pm; 8:30 pm; Sun. @ 2 pm; Mon. @ 7 pm; Tues. @ 10:30 am; Wed. @ 10:30 am Coming Soon: What to Expect When You’re Expecting, The Dark Knight Rises Movies, showtimes and ticket prices subject to change without prior notice.

Jewelry By Spence 3rd & 4th Generation of Jewelers Diamond Engagement Rings Wedding Bands Custom Remounting Jewelry Repair

8578 Erie Rd. (Route 5), Angola, NY 68 Years with: Good Advice, Good Products, Good Prices, Good Service, Good Employees, Good Suppliers & Good Customers!

STORE HOURS: Sun. & Mon. Closed; Tues. & Wed. 10 am - 5 pm; Thurs. & Fri. 10 am - 6 pm; Sat. 10 am - 3 pm

WHITE PINE MINWAX STAIN IAMS PET FOOD NUTRO PET FOOD PRATT & LAMBERT PAINT KRYLON PAINT

947-9936

6818 Route 5, Derby, NY 14047

For FAXES, LAMINATIONS

& COPIES

Stop in to the

549-1212

SCOTTS TOPSOIL HARD WOOD MULCH BLACKTOP PATCH PEA GRAVEL TREATED LUMBER RED & BLACK MULCH POOL SUPPLIES

All at Bargain Prices www.samslumber.com

ANGOLA PENNY SAVER

19 Center Street, Angola, NY • 549-1164

17.76 SALE

$$

Flowering Hanging Baskets - $17.76

76¢Vegetable & Annual Flower Plants 4/pack Reg. $21.99

Must buy 12 packs. Reg. $1.79

Select Garden Statuary, Fountains, Wood Trellis, Preformed Ponds, Faux Rocks plus other selected items! www.

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