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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER AUGUST 26, 2012 83rd Year 44th 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

VALUE CAR OF THE WEEK

2005 GMC SAVANA G2500 CARGO VAN Over 100K miles, ready to work! Value priced at $ 7,931. $6,931.00

See our full page ad inside this Pennysaver.

Sunday, August 26th • GUN SHOW • 9-4 p.m. • American Legion Post 880 • Route 62, Eden • Sponsored by Bog Trotters Rifle & Pistol Club. Wednesday, August 29th • FRANKFURTERS • Park Favorites • A German Show Band • 7-9 p.m. • Centennial Park, Space donated by Center & High St., Angola • Rain Location: Angola Theatre, Main St., Angola.


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

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The l a Orig in

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RED SWEET PEPPERS

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bag

Eden Valley

Eden Valley

TENDER CRISP

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Eden Valley

pound

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

EGGS

$

1.49

MILK

doz.

Perry’s

$

1.79

Upstate 1/2 gal.

DELUXE ICE ORANGE CREAM JUICE

2/ 7 $

Upstate

BISON CHIP DIP

$

1.89

2/ 6 $

Upstate

YOGURT

12 oz.

65

C

Assorted

8 oz.

Delicious - Freshly-made

PARTY PLATTERS

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FRUIT BASKETS

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

$

Sweet & Juicy

1.49

pound

JUMBO CANTALOPES

SLICING

head

each

ITALIAN PRUNE PLUMS

99C

LETTUCE

2.49

Sweet Homegrown

GREEN BEANS

pound

99C

GOLDEN PINEAPPLE

pound

BROCCOLI CROWNS C

99

PRICES EFFECTIVE 8/27/12 9/1/12

CUCUMBERS 3 for 99C

$

HOMEGROWN

1.99

each

Tomatoes • Peppers • Zucchini • Yellow Squash Peaches • Plums • Nectarines • Eggplant • Cukes Patti Pan • Basil • Broccoli • Corn Pickles • Dill • Green Beans

DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS!

SUNDAY - Roast Beef Wrap MONDAY - Grilled Chicken on Ciabatta TUESDAY- Philly Cheese Steak WEDNESDAY - Reuben or Rachel THURSDAY - Turkey Bacon Avocado Wrap FRIDAY - Cheeseburger Sub or Fish Fry SATURDAY - Turkey Club Sub SUNDAY - Chicken Caesar Wrap

Honey Smoked

TURKEY

“Hearty Roast Beef Panini” with cheddar cheese, spinach, black olives, red peppers & horseradish mayo. $ each

SALAD OF THE WEEK

Our Homemade

SEAFOOD SALAD

! $

ous Delici

Try our delicious FRIED BLT GREEN TOMATO BLT

4.59

ROAST BEEF

Sara Lee

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6.00

Tyson - Extra Lean

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6.99 pound

$

5.99 pound

3.99 pound

Cora’s

$

Frey’s

$

IMPORTED HAM BOLOGNA

3.79 pound

4.99 pound

Cora

$

Great Lakes

$

HARD SALAMI LB.

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SWISS CHEESE

4.79 pound


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The Miserendino Law Firm, P.C. Over 50 Years Experience

Samuel R. Miserendino 1926 - 2006 Joy Ellen Miserendino Samuel R. Miserendino, Jr.

Free Consultation

Dunkirk Office

Angola Office

P.O. Box 588 332 Central Avenue Dunkirk, NY 14048 (716) 366-6290

By appointment

905 Lake St., Angola, NY 1-800-924-0936

Brent Hardy Licensed Sales Agent

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

Brent.Hardy@Century21.com Office

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 9-7-12

The Tree Surgeon

Health & Fitness

Personal Injury Lawyers

Buffalo Office

964 Ellicott Square Building Buffalo, NY 14203 (716) 854-1002 Telefax: (716) 854-6748

Announcements Events

1912 PRESIDENTIAL D E B AT E a t t h e DERBY FAIR, Satu­ day, September 8, First Church. ENTER 5K RACE at the DERBY FAIR, Sat­ urday, September 8, First Church HAM, STEAK & TURKEY RAFFLE at LEB on Friday, Septem­ber 7 at 8:00pm. IRISH DANCERS at DERBY FAIR, Satur­ day, September 8, First Church. MAGICIAN ‑ “In Jest” ‑ the famous Nels Ross, DERBY FAIR, Satur­ day, September 8, First Church. PET SHOW at the DERBY FAIR, Satur­ day, September 8, First Church. THE BANJO BAND at DERBY FAIR, Satur­ day, September 8, First Church. Notice

CRAFTERS WANTED: Cradle Beach Harvest Festival Craft Show. Sunday, September 30th. Call 549‑6307, ext. 201 for more infor­mation. 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.

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

“NEW COOKBOOK” at the DERBY FAIR, Sat­ urday, September 8, First Church. A VILLAGE LOCK­SMITH h a s D I S­C O U N T E D movie passes for Regal Cine­mas available

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

Joe’s Gutter Cleaning

Affordable prices starting at $50.00 FOR I KNOW the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to pros­per you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11. FUN & GAMES for the K i ds, D E R B Y FA IR , Saturday, September 8, First Church. Not having any luck selling your item? Try reversing your ad! Call Kristen at our Derby Satellite Office for details. ANGOLA PENNYSAVER 716‑947‑5997 THE COFFEE HOUSE & Snack Bar and much more! DERBY FAIR, September 8, First Church. WIN SABRES Tickets at the 100th DERBY FAIR, Saturday, September 8, First Church.

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

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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


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Treasure Chest

AMERICAN LEGION POST 928

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

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

First Drawing: August 27th

Cheeseburger Wrap - $4.25

Employment Misc. Help Wanted

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

649-3705

Prices Effective 8-27 Thru 9-1

SEASONED-BREADED

New! Federal’s Own

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chickEN NY STRiP hAM FiNGERS O F F T h E LOiNS OLD FAShiONED SLicED

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BENZINGER’S DRY CLEANERS is expand­ ing and looking to fill a full and part time posi­ tion in production. These positions require you to learn the details of finishing garments in our shirt and dry clean­ ing departments. You must be dependable, and enjoy being part of a team. No weekends and no experience nec­ essary. The positions start at $8.75 and offer paid holidays and vaca­ tion. For more informa­ tion, contact Kathy at 649‑6499 or apply in person, 5646 Camp Road, Hamburg. DIETARY SUPERVI­SOR Needed for long term care facility. Expe­rience p r e f e r r e d . I n­c l u d e s weekends and holidays. Apply at Au­tumn View HCF, 4650 Southwestern Blvd., Hamburg 14075 or on­line at www.mcguire­ group.com EOE. EXPERIENCED COOKS & DRIVERS WANTED ‑ Apply in person at PAT’S PIZZE­RIA, 9542 Lake‑Shore Road, Point Breeze. INSURANCE: PER­ SONAL/ Commerical Line CSR needed, preferably with a li­cense. 716‑337‑0191. LOOKING FOR a driver for local deliver­ies. Some prior box truck driving experi­e nce required. Looking for a team player who will practice excep­ tional customer service with strong attention to detail and who will work with warehouse staff to ensure accu­racy. Send resume w/salary history to amy.­cortese@ irrsupply.com.

8/25 Membership Picnic HUNT REAL ESTATE ERA 485 Sunset Dr., Hamburg • 631-4800 MILLIE BLASZ-ACHTYL Your Neighborhood Realtor in NY & FL 716-743-5136 • www.millieachtyl.com

OPEN SUNDAY 8/26, 1-3 PM 150 POTOMAC AVE, ANGOLA: Best deal in town! 3 bedroom ranch with fully fenced yard and in-ground pool. Full part-finished basement. 2 tier deck, close to lake. ML#408017 $99,900

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

NOW SERVING FULL LUNCHES Mon. - Thurs. FROM 11 AM - 7 PM DELIVERY AVAILABLE 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


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AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 5

AN EYE-OPENING ARTICLE YOU MUST READ If you suffer from a health problem and have considered seeing a chiropractor, this could be the most eye-opening article you’ll ever read. Imagine for a moment that it’s 6 months from today ... You’re enjoying what you love to do ... playing golf, playing with the kids, grandkids, or maybe just laying on a beach somewhere. You’re free of the pain and health issues that were holding you back. You have more energy, better health, and absolutely no pain. Does this sound too good to be true -- to live pain free, like you were in your younger years? My name is Dr. Derek Bell. Between my brother and I, we have been practicing here for over 18 years now. Since then, we’ve used gentle chiropractic treatments to help thousands in our community feel better and live healthier, more productive lives. “Isn’t Chiropractic Just For Back Pain?” We can help conditions like ... • Headaches and Migraines • Asthma and Allergies • Numbness in the Arms and Legs • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome • Athletic Injuries • Car Accidents • Shoulder, Hip and Knee Pain • And much more ....

There’s an endless list of health problems chiropractic can help with. For example, here’s what a recent study on chiropractic and high blood pressure found. “This procedure has the effect of not one, but two blood-pressure medications given in combination .. And it seems to be adverseevent free. We saw no side effects and no problems,” said study leader George Bakris, MD, director of the University of Chicago hypertension center. To find out if chiropractic can help you, I’m running a special offer. For 15 days only, $27 will get you all the services that normally could cost you $150 or more elsewhere! Offer expires September 7, 2012. What does this offer include? Everything I normally do in my new patient evaluation. Take a look at what you will receive: • An in-depth consultation about your health where I will listen ... really listen. • A complete nerve, muscle and spinal exam to find the “cause” of your problem. • A full set of specialized x-rays (if necessary) to look for misalignments, bad posture, and joint degeneration. (NOTE: These would normally cost you at least $100). • A thorough analysis of your exam and x-ray findings so we can map out your plan to better health. I’ll answer all your most probing questions about chiropractic and what it can do for you. We are Affordable Chiropractic Life Centers - Derby and are located at 7008 Erie Rd. (in the Chapel Villa complex). Our phone number is 947-4950. Give us a call today ... we can help you!

Golden Paws Pet Care Services

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NOW OPEN: Dog Daycare & Boarding

549-1565

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997-2556

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M

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716-572-7303

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M

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“LET THE EXPERTS HANDLE IT!”


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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

CLOSED SATURDAY, SEPT. 8TH

Visit us at the DIRTY GIRL MUD RUN For Cancer!

We will also be at the

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

SENECA NATION INDIAN RESERVATION SATURDAY, 9/8 & SUNDAY, 9/9 for the

FALL FESTIVAL!!

with coupon

Goldwell Color

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2012 GMC TERRAIN SLE 1

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2012 GMC SIERRA 1500 CREW 2012 GMC SIERRA 1500 EXT. Stock #12TL43 MSRP $36,560 4WD, WT package, 5.3L V-8 motor, rear window defogger, trailer pkg. and more

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$

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(1)

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SPACC GMC

MIXER: Small manufac­ turer in North Collins, hiring full‑ time mixers for first and second shifts. S e e k i n g e m p l o y­e e s with good math skills, who have the ability to lift eighty plus pounds. In need of indi­v iduals who will under­stand and follow written and verbal directions. Send resume and salary requirements t o : M i x e r, P. O . B o x 1500, North Collins, NY 14111, email dlu­c as@ crescentmfg.net or apply in person at: CRESCENT M A N U­FA C T U R I N G , 10285 Eagle Drive, North Collins. PERSON TO DISAS­ SEMBLE HOUSE TRAILER and remove contents in and out of trailer. 965‑2270. SEEKING responsible, motivated team players with experience: LINE/ PREP COOKS. Apply within: CALA’S KITCHEN & CATER­ING, 6888 Erie Rd., downtown Derby. WANTED LINE COOK. Apply at Seneca Hawk, Rts. 5 & 20, Irving. Medical Help Wanted

All taxes & fees due at delivery. All manufacturer rebates applied on all offers. Must qualify. See dealer for complete details. (1) Lease approval required through Ally. Subject to superior credit rating. Not all will qualify. 39 mos/10K per year. Payment includes $1,995 down plus all taxes, 1st payment, bank aqu./disposition & fees due at delivery. Excess mileage/wear and tear are chargeable. All rebates applied, includes GMC Loyalty. Amount varies based on model. Proof required. Not responsible for typos. See dealer for complete details

4037 Vineyard Dr., Dunkirk, NY 14048

HOURS:

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

Phone

716-366-2020

NURSING POSITION available in a pediatric office. Fun filled, friendly, family oriented atmosphere, flexible hours, paid vacation, paid holidays, competi­ tive wages, 401k after 3 years. Please call 947‑2222 ext. 6 or sub­ mit resume to: Derby Pediatrics, 6763 Erie Rd., Derby, NY 14047. ATTN: Michelle.

Skilled Trades

CDL DRIVER: DRIVER with Class A license wanted to transport construction equip­ment. Must have knowl­e dge of DOT and OSHA r e g u l a t i o n s . D u­t i e s include moving heavy equipment, trans­ porting dumpsters and light mechanical work. Carpentry experience helpful. Drug and alco­ hol test required. Bene­ fits include health insur­ ance, dental insurance, paid vacation, 401K. 716‑646‑0047. HELP WANTED: Expe­ rienced Carpenter for new home framing. 485‑6054 ROUGH & FINISH Car­p enters Needed: Expe­rienced only. Pay c o m­m e n s u r a t e w i t h experi­e nce, benefits, year‑ round work. 716‑646‑0047 Full Time Wanted

Full time/ part time, all shifts. Motivated, de­ pendable person needed. Tim Horton’s of Eden, Tim Horton’s of Angola. Apply within or TimHortons.com. IMMEDIATE OPENING for Full Time Mechanic. Must have tools and clean driver’s license. Apply in person at EHMKE WELL DRILLERS, 104 Main Street, Silver Creek, NY, Monday‑ Friday, 8am to 4pm.

PENNYSAVER DEADLINE IS NOW

WEDNESDAY AT NOON!

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. RN‑ UNIT COORDINA­ TO R f o r s u b a c u t e unit. Full time. 3:00pm‑ 11:­3 0pm, benefits in­ cluded. Send resume to: Tammy Nellist at tnellist@mcguiregroup.­ com or apply in person to Autumn View HCF, 4650 Southwestern Blvd., Hamburg, 14075. EOE. TRAFFIC MANAGER: Small manufacturer in North Collins needs full­ time employee to man­ age product shipments to points throughout the U.S. LTL, truck­load, pick & pack drop shipments, UPS, Fedex. Excellent orga­nizational, computer, and communication skills required. Benefits include medical & 401K plans. Send resume and salary requirement to: Personnel, PO Box 1500, North Collins, NY 14111 or email dlu­ cas@crescentmfg.net or apply in person at: Crescent Manufactur­ing, 10285 Eagle Drive, North Collins.


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Announces 2nd Location

FREE Registration Mon. Aug. 27, 6-8pm Sat. Aug. 25, 10-noon Located at 6811 Erie Rd (Route 5), Derby, NY

Ages 3-Adult

• Classes as low as $20/mo. • Boys dance Free • Non-recital classes available • Costume Fundraiser • Zumba

Classes begin September 5th Call 716-348-7884 • Director Henrietta Gotta-Ebert 31 years experience

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.

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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

AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 7

LyndaMasonSellsHomes.com

Part Time Wanted

Insurance

HELP WANTED: Sub­ way Derby. Part time nights and weekends. 947‑7827 Maintenance/ Custo­ dian: Is responsible for keeping all the physical operations running on campus. Duties will in­c lude electrical and lighting, air and heat­ ing, mechanical issues, painting, plumbing, lawn care, moving heavy items, cleaning, general cleanup, etc. Part time hourly, Ham­ burg area. Apply by email to: Mainte­nance4737@ yahoo.­com. Part time help needed: cleaning offices, evenings and week­ ends. Hamburg, An­gola area. Transporta­t ion needed. Call South‑ Town Janitorial. 4‑ 7 pm. 947‑9529 PART TIME RECEP­ TIONIST for busy medi­ cal office. 10 hours/ week. Duties will also include medical billing. Experience nec­essary. Apply with refer­ences & resume: P.O. Box 175, Athol Springs, NY 14010. WANTED: Part time warehouse/ delivery person. Must have clean driver’s license, ability to lift heavy furni­ture, clean & neat ap­pearance, self moti­v ated, customer ser­vice skills, available for Saturday deliveries. Please apply in person: Bauer ’s Eden Valley Furniture, 8532 N. Main St., Eden, NY 992‑4600

LOW COST Contrac­tors Insurance rates! In­cludes snowplowing coverage at no extra charge. Call today!! 648‑6100. SUPER LOW AUTO In­ surance Rates! Call for a quote today! 648‑6100.

Caregiver

HELP WANTED: Light housework, some cook­ ing, errands for elderly man. 549‑5074.

Financial Financial Services

I OFFER long‑term care i n s u r a n c e i n c l u d­i n g NYS Partnership Total Asset Protection. JOHN CHIAVETTA, Fi­nancial Consultant; 549‑0150 anytime.

Still the Best Investment!

ANGOLA: 18 Locust: Historic Colonial, huge treed lot. $149,900. 1 Pleasant Ave.: Lg. yard. 2 bdrms. Room to expand. Reduced $69,000. 599 Fulton: Lakefront retreat, 10 bdrms, 3 patios. $299,000. 27 Franklin: New build, 3 bdrm, 2.5 bath, CAC. Reduced $209,900. 9599 Erie Rd.: Unique home on 14 treed acres. $139,000. 9426 Elmwood: 2/2 Duplex. Good Investment. $74,000 BRANT: 11085 Brant Reservation: Large lot. 4 bdrms. $75,000 437 Perry St.: 3 bdrm. ranch on acre w/barn in Farnham. $99,000 DERBY: 1220 Wisconsin: 7 acres, contemporary home, barn. $260,000 EDEN: 2701 Green St.: Great Buy! 2 homes for one price. $111,000 FORESTVILLE: 1017 King Rd.: 2+ bdrm Ranch, 14 acres. $189,900 SHERIDAN: 3011 Lakeshore Rd. E., 26 acres, Lake View, Horse Barn, Low Taxes, Exquisite Home. $419,000 Vacant lots and building sites from $19,900.

Century 21 Ganey

Lynda Mason, Associate Broker Cell 998-1155, Office 648-2100

SHULTZ & CO.

EST. 1861 HARDWARE & APPLIANCES 2 NORTH MAIN ST. ANGOLA

GREAT PRICES! & SERVICE!

549-0262

SHOPPING LOCALLY HELPS EVERYONE IN THE COMMUNITY PROSPER!

hoelscher meats 5952 Camp Road, Hamburg, NY 14075

649-2554 Mon-Sat 8am-6pm

Accepting all major credit cards & EBT • Prices good 8/27- 9/2 Not responsible for typographical errors • All sale items are limited to stock

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Community News HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM TEAMS UP WITH BOYS & GIRLS CLUB FOR 2ND YEAR

VFW LADIES AUX. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE AND HERO’S CAMPAIGN KICK OFF

On Wednesday, August 15, 2012 VFW Ladies Auxiliary #5798 newly elected officer’s Marion Balon, Treasurer and Evelyn Czaster, Secretary provided membership information during their annual membership drive during the concert at the Angola Centennial Park. They also kicked off tickets sales for their Hometown Hero’s Wall. Funds raised will help fund The Hometown Hero’s Program that was created to recognize and honor Evans residents and their immediate family members (spouse, child, grandchild, and sibling) who are or have served our country in the United States Armed Forces. The VFW Ladies Auxiliary partnered with Evans Town Board after their June board meeting to honor our military by working together to construct a wall designated to be proudly displayed in the Town Hall. Membership applications and raffle tickets can be obtained during the remaining concerts of the season at the village gazebo and upcoming area events held up to including the raffle drawing on October 21, 2012 at the VFW Post #5798. Lucky winners will take home either a 32 in. TV, a Kindle Fire, or a $75.00 gas card. Available soon will be applications to submit your Hometown Hero for consideration. Watch for upcoming news as committee members continue to work to make this a momentous project for all who served us in the military from the Evans area. If interested in working with the committee, or for further information please call 982-2239 for details. ________

ARE YOU AN ANGOLA POET SUPERSTAR?

Homegrown poet, Liz Mariani (a Lake Shore 1992 graduate), who is currently traveling in Central America, has started a blog for new poets from and in Angola, New York. Check it out at www.AngolaPoetSuperstar.word press.com. You can also check out her website at www. PoetLizMariani.com. “I started the blog to say thank you to the hometown I love dearly and to help inspire and learn from the creative people coming from or living in Angola, New York. Building bridges is important. There are many creative people from Angola. Lake Shore is also a great school with a fabulous English Department full of encouraging and supportive teachers. I’m sure you’re going to hear about more creative stemming from this special community. ________

Students of Mr. Smelser’s Life Skills Class are eagerly waiting for the start of the school year so they can get started with another year of exciting activities. They have several Community Events planned with the first being the Ford Drive 4UR School Program. Last year was the first year we were accepted so we really didn’t know what to expect, but it turned out to be an overwhelming success, stated Janice Catalano, Occupational Therapist with the HS program. We teamed up with the West Herr Ford Motor Company, and people test drove a new Ford vehicle of their choice. For every test drive, a donation from Ford was made to our program. We were able to make a $500 donation to our Boys & Girls Club, and fund other Community Service Projects such as the VFW Turkey Drive, and making handmade ornaments for Lakewood Nursing Home. The class as a whole, with guidance from their teacher Tim Smelser & other staff, chose activities/events and planned accordingly. Their ultimate activity that is anticipated is their year-end class trip. They know that in order to be able to do the things they choose, hard work from the entire class is expected. All students in our program have a special role to fulfill for each task, enabling each one to take pride in their final projects. This is evident by the big grin you see when anyone asks them about their work. In addition to completing the specific job, emphasis is placed on positive Character Traits such as Respect, Kindness, Community Serve, and Team Work. Lessons are not only taught but are experienced firsthand on what it means to be part of their Community. West Herr Ford and the Lake Shore High School Life Skills Program will again sponsor this event on Saturday, September 15th at approximately 11 am-just after the Weiner Run. Look for signs around Connor’s Hot Dog Stand. Volunteers will be on hand to answer any questions & guide participants. One member per household test drives a vehicle of choice = $20 donation to program (an extra $20 if they also drive the Ford Escort). Each participant must have on hand a NYS Driver’s License and fill out a simple registration form. Those under age 18 may need an adult with them. This is FREE for those who sign up. Please help support this year’s Ford 4u program. It’s a WIN-WIN opportunity. ________

VETERANS FREE DRIVER SAFETY CLASSROOM COURSE

AARP is offering an exclusive Free Driver Safety Classroom Course for Veterans in appreciation of your dedication and service to our country. It is being held in the Evans area at the Evans Senior Center, 999 Sturgeon Point Road and Route 5, Derby on November 13 and 14, 6 pm - 9 pm, as well as November 28, 9 am - 3:30 pm. The classes are limited and are on a first come, first serve basis. The offer is available to all U.S. Military personnel and their dependents. The course can also be taken online at 50% off to all military and their dependents. Upon completion you may be eligible through November 30, 2012 to receive an auto insurance discount. (Consult your agent for details). ________

Pennysaver Deadline: Wed. at Noon

EVANS E-WASTE RECYCLING EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

In six (6) months time, the Town of Evans residents have participated in recycling over 43,884 pounds of e-waste. That translates into almost 22 tons of toxic materials being diverted from landfills and incinerators. In February, Evans Councilman Paul Cooper spearheaded an effort to establish an e-recycling drop-off point located behind the Town of Evans Water Department located at 8752 Delamater Road. Residents can drop off electronic waste in large gaylord bins (sturdy corrugated pallet boxes used to hold recycling materials) to be properly recycled. The e-waste drop-off gives Evans residents the opportunity to properly discard computer equipment and electronics. “We wanted to be pro-active in dealing with hazardous waste, given that beginning January 1, 2012, waste collection companies, will no longer be able to collect electronic waste for disposal, or dispose of any electronic waste in a landfill,” said Evans Councilman Paul Cooper. “We knew it would be a valuable service to the residents,” he said. This project is a collaborative effort by the Town of Evans and Regional Computer Recycling & Recovery (RCRR) of Victor, which collects the electronic waste on an as needed basis and compensates the town 8.6 cents per pound. Electronic waste recycling facilities separate, dismantle or process the materials, components or commodities contained in electronic waste, and prepare them for use in new products. For additional information about the type of electronic waste accepted, please visit the Town of Evans website at: www.townofevans.org (document center). ________

MPB INVITES FAMILIES TO BABYLON: DANIEL’S COURAGE IN CAPTIVITY A summer family event called Babylon will be hosted at Most Precious Blood Parish Hall from Sunday, August 26, to Thursday, August 30. Families step back in time at Babylon, exploring Daniel’s adventures as a captive in a foreign land. Kids and adults participate in a memorable Bible-times Marketplace, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, dig into Bible-times snacks, visit Daniel, and create their own reminders of God’s Word. Plus, everyone learns to look for evidence of God all around them through something called God Sightings. Each day concludes at Celebration - a time of upbeat worship that gets everyone involved. This Holy Land Adventure is open to the entire community and is designed for people of all ages. Children under the age of 6 should be accompanied by an adult. Babylon will run from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM each day. For more information, call 549-1818. ________

SUMMER PICNIC AND HYMN SING

Lake Shore Association of Christian Churches and Operation Good Neighbor held their annual Summer Picnic and Hymn sing at Camp Pioneer on Sunday, August 19. Barbecue chicken was provided by Wes Sparacio and the OGN and Lake Shore community members contributed pot luck dishes to complete the menu. The food was excellent. Chris Panfil provided the hymns and guitar accompaniment for the Hymn Sing. It also was wonderful. Camp Pioneer provided a wonderful setting in their Wendt Shelter and God gave us unbeatably comfortable weather in this summer of extreme heat. A very good time was had by all who attended. ________


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

LEGAL NOTICE

ESTOPPEL NOTICE The resolution, a summary of which is published herewith, has been adopted on the 21st day of August, 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 (20) days after the date of publication of this notice, or such obligations were authorized in violation of the provisions of the constitution. Kristine DeMartino, District Clerk Evans-Brant (Lake Shore) Central School District SUMMARY OF REFUNDING BOND RESOLUTION The resolution is entitled “REFUNDING BOND RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF EVANS-BRANT (LAKE SHORE) CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT, ERIE COUNTY, NEW YORK (THE “DISTRICT”) AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF REFUNDING BONDS OF THE DISTRICT IN AN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $6,635,000 PURSUANT TO THE LOCAL FINANCE LAW, AND PROVIDING FOR OTHER MATTERS IN RELATION THERETO AND THE PAYMENT OF THE BONDS TO BE REFUNDED THEREBY” SECTION 1. Based on the recommendation of Capital Markets Advisors LLC, the financial advisory firm retained by the District, the Board of Education determined to undertake a refunding of the Refunded Bonds, through the issuance of refunding bonds of the District, such refunding bonds to be offered and sold at public sale. SECTION 2. For the object or purpose of refunding the $5,775,000 outstanding principal balance of the Refunded Bonds, including providing moneys which together with the interest earned from the investment of certain of the proceeds of the refunding bonds therein authorized, shall be sufficient to pay (a) the principal amount of the Refunded Bonds, (b) the aggregate amount of unmatured interest payable on the Refunded Bonds to and including the date or dates on which the Refunded Bonds which are optionally redeemable are to be called for redemption prior to their respective maturities in accordance with the refunding financial plan, (c) the redemption premiums payable on the Refunded Bonds which are to be called for redemption prior to their respective maturities, (d) the costs and expenses incidental to the issuance of the refunding bonds therein authorized, including without limitation the development of the refunding financial plan, costs and expenses of executing and performing the terms and conditions of the Escrow Contract, (as defined in Section 6 of the resolution), and fees and charges of the Escrow Holder (as defined in Section 6 of the resolution), financial advisory fees, printing fees and legal fees and (e) the premium or premiums for a policy or policies of municipal bond insurance or other form of credit enhancement facility or facilities for the refunding bonds therein authorized, or any portion thereof, there are authorized to be issued the School District Refunding (Serial) Bonds, 2012 of the District in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $6,335,000 pursuant to the provisions of Sections 90.00 and 90.10 of the Local Finance Law (the “Refunding Bonds”), it being currently anticipated that the amount of Refunding Bonds actually to be issued will be approximately $6,035,000 as described in Section 6 of the Resolution. The Refunding Bonds shall be dated as of such date as shall hereinafter be determined by the President of the Board of Education of the District pursuant to Section 6 of the Resolution, and shall be of the denomination of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof not exceeding the principal amount of each respective maturity. The Refunding Bonds shall mature annually and shall bear interest payable semi-annually on such dates as shall be determined by the President of the Board of Education of the District pursuant to Section 6 of the Resolution, at the rate or rates of interest per annum as may be necessary to sell the same, all as shall be determined by the President of the Board of Education of the District. Notwithstanding anything in the resolution to the contrary, the Refunding Bonds shall only be issued by the District if the refunding of the Refunding Bonds will result in present value savings as determined in accordance with the methodology set forth in Section 90.10(b)(2) of the Local Finance Law. SECTION 3. The President of the Board of Education of the District, as the chief fiscal officer, is delegated all powers of the Board of Education with respect to agreements for credit enhancement, derived from and pursuant to Section 168.00 of the Local Finance Law, for said Refunding Bonds, including, but not limited to the determination of the provider of such credit enhancement facility or facilities and the terms and contents of any agreement or agreements related thereto. SECTION 4. The Refunding Bonds shall be executed in the name of the District by the manual or facsimile signature of the President of the Board of Education of the District, and a facsimile of its corporate seal shall be imprinted thereon and attested by the District Clerk. The Refunding Bonds shall contain the recital required by Section 90.10(j)(4) of the Local Finance Law and the recital of validity clause provided for in Section 52.00 of the Local Finance Law and shall otherwise be in such form and contain such recitals as the President of the Board of Education of the District shall determine. SECTION 5. It was determined that: (a)

The maximum amount of the Refunding Bonds authorized to be issued pursuant to the resolution does not exceed the limitation imposed by Section 90.10(b)(1) of the Local Finance Law;

(b) The maximum period or periods of probable usefulness permitted by law at the respective times of the issuance of the Refunded Bonds for each of the objects or purposes for which the Refunded Bonds were issued is as shown upon Exhibit A attached to the resolution. (c) In accordance with Section 90.10(c)(1) of the Local Finance Law, the last installment of the Refunding Bonds will mature not later than the expiration of the maximum period of probable usefulness determined as of the date of issuance of the Refunding Bonds, of the specific objects or purposes for which the Refunded Bonds were issued or, in the alternative, the weighted average remaining period of probable usefulness of the objects or purposes (or classes of objects or purposes) financed with all the Refunded Bonds. (d) The estimated present value of the total debt service savings anticipated as a result of the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, computed in accordance with the provisions of Section 90.10(c)(1) of the Local Finance Law, is as shown in the Refunding Financial Plan described in Section 6 of the Resolution. SECTION 6. The financial plan for the refunding authorized by the resolution (the “Refunding Financial Plan”), showing the sources and amounts of all moneys required to accomplish such refunding, and the estimated present value of the total debt service savings computed in accordance with the requirements of Section 90.10(b)(2)(a) of the Local Finance Law are set forth in Exhibit B attached to the resolution. The Refunding Financial Plan has been prepared based upon the assumption that the Refunding Bonds will be issued in the principal amount of $6,035,000 and that the Refunding Bonds will mature, be of such terms, and bear interest as set forth in Exhibit B. This Board of Education recognizes that the amount of the Refunding Bonds, and the maturities, terms, and interest rate and rates borne by the Refunding Bonds to be issued by the District will most probably be different from such assumptions and that the Refunding Financial Plan will also most probably be different from that attached hereto as Exhibit A. The President of the Board of Education is authorized and directed to determine the actual amount of the Refunding Bonds to be issued (not in excess of the maximum principal amount authorized by Section 2 of the resolution), the amount of the Refunded Bonds to be refunded, the details as to the redemption of the Refunded Bonds, including the date and amount of such redemption or redemptions and authorizing and directing the Escrow Holder described in Section 7 to cause notice of such redemption or redemptions, the date of the Refunding Bonds, and the date of issue, maturities and terms thereof, the provisions relating to the redemption of Refunding Bonds prior to maturity, whether the Refunding Bonds shall provide for substantially level or declining debt service as authorized by Section 21.00 of the Local Finance Law, whether the Refunding Bonds will be insured by a policy or policies of municipal bond insurance or otherwise enhanced by a credit enhancement facility or facilities, the terms of the public sale of the Refunding Bonds to the purchaser thereof, the amount of the annual installments of the Refunding Bonds to be paid pursuant to Section 90.10(c)(3) of the Finance Law, whether the Refunding Bonds shall be sold at a discount in the manner authorized by Section 57.00(e) of the Local Finance Law, and the rate or rates of interest to be borne thereby, and to prepare, or cause to be provided, a final Refunding Financial Plan for the Refunding Bonds, and, pursuant to Sections 50.00 and 56.00 of the Local Finance Law, all powers in connection therewith were delegated to the President of the Board of Education; provided that the terms of the Refunding Bonds to be issued, including the rate or rates of interest borne thereby, shall comply with the requirements of Sections 90.00 and 90.10 of the Local Finance Law. The President of the Board of Education of the District shall file with the District Clerk not later than the date of issuance of the Refunding Bonds, as therein provided, (a) a certificate determining the details of the Refunding Bonds and the final Refunding Financial Plan and (b) the Certificate of the State Comptroller setting forth the present value of the total debt service savings, as required by Section 90.10(g) of the Local Finance Law. SECTION 7. The President of the Board of Education of the District is authorized and directed to enter into an escrow contract (the “Escrow Contract”) with a bank or trust company located and authorized to do business in this State as the President shall designate (the “Escrow Holder”) for the purpose of having the Escrow Holder act, in connection with the Refunded Bonds, as the escrow holder to perform the services described in Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law. SECTION 8. The faith and credit of said District are irrevocably pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on the Refunding Bonds therein authorized as the same respectively become due and payable. An annual appropriation shall be made in each year sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on such bonds becoming due and payable in such year. There shall annually be levied on all the taxable real property of the District, a tax sufficient, after taking into consideration the amount of building aid to be received by the District from the State of New York for debt service on the Refunding Bonds, to pay the principal of and interest on such bonds as the same become due and payable. SECTION 9. (a) All of the proceeds from the sale of the Refunding Bonds, including the premium, if any (the “Proceeds of the Refunding Bonds”), shall immediately upon receipt thereof be placed in escrow with the Escrow Holder for the Refunded Bonds. From the Proceeds of the Refunding Bonds, the portion thereof as is necessary to pay the outstanding principal amount of the Refunded Bonds, the aggregate amount of unmatured interest on the Refunded Bonds to and including the respective maturity dates or redemption dates thereof as set forth in the final Refunding Financial Plan prepared by the President in accordance with Section 6 of the resolution, and the redemption premiums, if any, payable on the Refunded Bonds on such redemption dates, (such amount being hereinafter referred to as the “Escrow Deposit Amount”) shall be deposited in the escrow deposit fund to be established pursuant to the Escrow Contract, and either held in cash or invested in direct obligations of the United States of America or in obligations, the principal of and interest on which are unconditionally guaranteed by the United States of America, which obligations shall mature or be subject to redemption at the option of the holder thereof not later than the respective dates such moneys will be required to make payments in accordance with the final Refunding Financial Plan. Amounts held on deposit in the Escrow Fund, whether in the form of cash or investments, or both, inclusive of any interest earned from the investment thereof, shall be irrevocably committed and pledged to the payment of the principal of, interest on, and redemption price of the Refunded Bonds in accordance with Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, and the holders, from time to time, of the Refunded Bonds shall have a lien upon such monies held by the Escrow Holder. Such pledge and lien shall become valid and binding upon the issuance of the Refunding Bonds and the moneys and investments held by the Escrow Holder for the Refunded Bonds in the Escrow Fund shall immediately be subject thereto without any further act. Such pledge and lien shall be valid and binding as against all parties having claims or any kind in tort, contract or otherwise against the District irrespective of whether such parties have notice thereof. Neither the resolution, the Escrow Contract, nor any other instrument relating to such pledge and liens, need be filed or recorded. (e) After depositing the Escrow Deposit Amount into the Escrow Fund, in accordance with paragraph (a) above, the remaining balance, if any, of the Proceeds of the Refunding Bonds not so deposited shall immediately upon receipt thereof, be placed in escrow with the Escrow Holder for the Refunded Bonds and deposited in the expense fund to be established under the Escrow Contract by the Escrow Holder to pay, to the President of the Board of Education of the District, as chief fiscal officer, or as the President of the Board of Education may direct and applied to pay (i) accrued interest on the Refunding Bonds from the dated date thereof to the date of issuance thereof, and (ii) costs of issuance or other administrative costs incurred in connection with the issuance of the Refunding Bonds. SECTION 10. The President of the Board of Education is further authorized to take such actions and execute such documents as may be necessary to ensure the continued status of the interest on the Refunding Bonds, 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 if applicable, to designate the Refunding Bonds authorized by the resolution as “qualified tax-exempt bonds” in accordance with Section 265 of the Code. SECTION 11. The Board of Education determined that issuance of the Refunding Bond is a Type II action that will not have a significant effect on the environment and, therefore, no other determination or procedures under the State Environmental Quality Review Act (“SEQRA”) is required.

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LEGAL NOTICE - CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE SECTION 12. In accordance with the provisions of Sections 50.00 and 53.00 and of paragraph (h) of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, the Board of Education of the District elects to call in and redeem on May 15, 2012, or such other date as may be hereafter determined by the President of the Board of Education and provided for in the Final Refunding Financial Plan, all the Refunded Bonds maturing on or after such date. The sum to be paid therefor on such redemption date shall be the par value of the Refunded Bonds being redeemed on such date plus the redemption premium, if any, and the accrued interest to the redemption date and the redemption premiums (if any). The Escrow Holder is authorized and directed to cause notice of such call for redemption to be given in the name of the District in the manner and within the times provided in the respective Refunded Bonds being redeemed or in the certificates or documentation of the District pursuant to which they were issued. Upon the issuance of the Refunding Bonds, the election to call in and redeem the Refunded Bonds that are subject to redemption at the option of the District and the direction to cause notice thereof to be given as provided in this paragraph shall become irrevocable, provided that this paragraph may be amended from time to time as may be necessary in order to comply with the publication requirements of Section 53.00(a) of the Local Finance Law, or any successor law thereto. SECTION 13. The President of the Board of Education is further authorized to enter into a continuing disclosure agreement with the initial purchaser of the Refunding Bonds authorized by the resolution, if required, containing provisions which are satisfactory to such purchaser 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 14. In the absence or unavailability of the President of the Board of Education of the District, the Vice President of the Board of Education is hereby specifically authorized to exercise the powers delegated to the President of the Board of Education in the resolution. SECTION 15. Subject to compliance with the provisions of Section 90.10 of the Local Finance Law, the Refunding Bonds shall be sold at public (i.e., competitive) sale, and the President of the Board of Education is authorized to conduct such public sale in accordance with the provisions of the Local Finance Law and all other applicable statutes and regulations, and to make all final decisions with respect to or arising out of such public sale. After the Refunding Bonds have been duly executed, they shall be delivered by the President of the Board of Education to the purchaser of such Refunding Bonds, upon the receipt by the District of the applicable purchase price, including any premium or accrued interest. SECTION 16. The President of the Board of Education and the District Clerk and all other officers, employees and agents of the District are authorized and directed for and on behalf of the District to execute and deliver all certificates and other documents, perform all acts and do all things required or contemplated to be executed, performed or done by the resolution or any document or agreement approved thereby. Education.

SECTION 17. All other matters pertaining to the terms and issuance of the Refunding Bonds shall be determined by the President of the Board of Education and all powers in connection therewith were delegated to the President of the Board of The resolution summarized herein shall be available for public inspection during normal business hours at the offices of the District Clerk located at 959 Beach Road, Angola, New York 14006.

Series 2002C Bonds Dated Date: June 27, 2002 Original Principal Amount: $17,090,000 Outstanding Principal Amount: $5,775,000 Interest Payment Date: June 15th and December 15th

Exhibit A Summary of Refunded Bonds

Maturity Schedule Date (Dec. 15th) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Objects or Purposes

Principal Amount $1,380,000 805,000 840,000 875,000 915,000 960,000 Original PPU (as measured from the respective dates of issuance of each series of bonds refunded by the Series 2002C Bonds or from the respective dates of issuance of the first bond anticipation notes issued in anticipation thereof)

Reconstruction of various District buildings, including site work and original furnishings, 30 years (subdivision 97 of paragraph a of Section 11.00 of the Local Finance Law) equipment, machinery, apparatus and other improvements incidental thereto. Construction of additions to and reconstruction of various District buildings, including site 30 years (subdivision 97 of paragraph a of Section 11.00 of the Local Finance Law) work, and original furnishings, equipment, machinery, apparatus and other improvements incidental thereto.

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Community News BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF LAKE SHORE PREPARES FOR 2nd YEAR

GERMAN BAND TO CLOSE ANGOLA GAZEBO CONCERT SERIES On Wednesday, August 29th at 7:00 P.M. the Frankfurters German show band will present the final concert of the season at the Gazebo in Angola’s Centennial Park. The evening is sponsored by the New Era Cap Co. of Buffalo and Derby. The company has provided a supply of hats that have been given out each week after the concert 50/50 drawing. The Band is marketing their 30th year as is the Angola Park and Gazebo Committee. The first concert at the park was held on August 24th, 1983. The German band has played all over New York State, in PA., Ohio, Canada and conducted a tour of various locations in Europe. In addition the German and Austrian music the six member group will play alpine horns that are 13 feet long and also present some music on various bells as used with sheep, goats, cows, etc! The group will soon start the Oktober Fest season during which they play all over Western New York. The rain location for the last concert of the season will be the New Angola Theater on North Main Street. BrantEvans Girl Scouts sell refreshments at the park and the ice cream man has been making a stop at the park each week. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the last concert of the season. ________

“FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION”

The present Angola Wesleyan Church had its humble beginning as a Bible study in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Shields on Bennett Road, November 29, 1962. The study was led by Rev. and Mrs. Richard Kaylor. Four months later, the group, now numbering sixty-seven, held its first Worship Service at the Lake Erie Beach Fire Hall. The Evans Land Corporation donated a three acre plot of land on Herr Road for the new church in June of 1963. Rev. Kaylor preached the first sermon in the Angola Wesleyan Church on Easter Sunday, April 18, 1965. When Rev. Richard Kaylor retired in 1985, Rev. Bernard Roof became the new pastor until his retirement in 1995. Rev. Roger Thompson became the new minister until 2003 when he was succeeded by Rev. Michael Poore. When Rev. Poore moved to South Carolina in June of 2011, Rev. Richard Wollan became our new pastor and will conduct the services for the fiftieth anniversary celebration on September 2, 2012. A Fellowship Coffee Hour will begin at 9:30 am, followed by the Worship Service at 10:30 am and a Reception for past ministers and guests at 11:30 am. The members of the Angola Wesleyan Church wish to extend an invitation to all of our neighbors in the Angola area to join with us in our celebration of fifty years of service to our community in the name of our Lord. ________

The Boys and Girls Club of Lake Shore, a unit of the Boys and Girls Club of Eden, will kick-off its annual “It Just takes One” campaign on September 1, 2012 to raise much needed operating dollars to support programming for 2012/2013. The Club will begin its second year of serving area youth on September 4, 2012, which is the first day of school. The success of the IJTO campaign is essential to the operation of the Club. While membership costs are low for families to attend the Club, it costs the organization much more to put one young person through the programs. The Boys and Girls Club does not receive any government subsidy for its operations. Contributions by generous companies, organizations, foundations and individuals are the essential lifeline for us to continue providing proven life-enhancing programs and character development experiences for the youth in our community. “I was able to experience first hand the impact of a Boys and Girls Club in our community,” said Andrea Sunday, Unit Director of the Lake Shore Club. “ My staff and I have literally laughed and cried with these kids. We have had the profound pleasure of watching them work toward realizing their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens,” she said. The Lake Shore Club, located at W.T. Hoag Educational Center, at 42 Sunset Boulevard, utilizes more than 5,000 square feet of available space in the building for youth programs and activities, serving the Towns of Evans and Brant and the Villages of Angola and Farnham. In 2011/2012, the inaugural year, the Club served over 160 active members, hosting an average of 70 kids each day Monday through Friday. “The community has been very supportive of the Lake Shore Club,” said Cindy Latimore, President of the Boys and Girls of Lake Shore Advisory Council. “We have met many challenges in establishing a Boys and Girls Club in our community, but it has all been worth the time and effort,” said Latimore. “We are confident that the community understands the benefits of the Club and will continue to invest in the Club’s future,” she said. To make a donation, learn about volunteering opportunities or to obtain a membership application, please visit the Club’s web site at www.bgclakeshore.org or contact Andrea Sunday at 926-2119.

WHAT’S NEW AT THE ANGOLA PUBLIC LIBRARY?

ADULT BOOKS FictionDie a Stranger, Steve Hamilton; Judgement Call, Judith Jance; Kill You Twice, Chelsea Cain; Artemis Fowl- the Last Guardian, Eoin Colfer; All Summer Long, Susan Mallery; A Foreign Country, Charles Cumming; This is How It Ends, Kathleen MacMahon;The Spymaster, W.E.B. Griffin Non-FictionOn Par-the Everyday Golfer’s Survival Guide, Bill Pennington; Cupcakes, Cookies & Pie Oh My!, Karen Tack DVDThe Great Gatsby; Wrath of the Titans; Detention; Meeting Evil; 21 Jump Street; Mirror Mirror; Jessie Stone; Benefit of the Doubt CD’sHeaven, The Walkmen; Emerging Voices- Jesus Culture Music J-FictionSecret Agent Splat, Rob Scotten; Where’s Waldo?- The Incredible Paper Chase, Martin Handford; Junie B., First Grader- Turkeys We have Loved and Eaten, Barbara Park J-Non-FictionOut on the Prairie, Donna Bateman

BURSTEIN AGAIN URGES INCREASED MOSQUITO AWARENESS

Erie County Health Commissioner Dr. Gale Burstein today reminded Erie County residents about the dangers of mosquitoes and West Nile Virus (“WNV”), following the confirmation of a human West Nile virus case in Erie County. While that patient has been treated and is recovering, Burstein once again reminded residents that precautions and preventive measures can help to diminish potential exposure to the virus. “Just like many other communities across the U.S., Erie County has started to see human WNV cases,” Burstein said. “WNV is a potentially serious illness. About one in 150 (less than 1%) of people infected with WNV will develop severe illness with symptoms such as high fever, headache, neck stiffness, and stupor. Up to 20 percent of the people who become infected have flu-like symptoms such as fever, headache, body aches, nausea, and vomiting. Fortunately, about 4 out of 5 people who are infected with WNV will show no symptoms at all.” Burstein continued, ”WNV is a preventable disease and there are steps that people can take to prevent infection, including minimizing mosquito contact with your skin and decreasing the mosquito burden in your immediate area. Use insect repellant containing at least 25% DEET (10% for children) when you can, and wear a long sleeve shirt and long pants especially during the evening hours. There are also ways to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds in your yard, including dumping out standing water, cleaning clogged gutters, and changing the water in your bird bath.” The Erie County Department of Health (“ECDOH”) recommends several other strategies to “fight the bite”, including maintaining your pool by chlorinating and filtering; maintaining ornamental ponds by stocking them with fish and using bubblers and fountains; removing used tires from your property; eliminating any stagnant water in tin cans, plastic containers, or any container that holds water; and repairing window and door screens. Burstein added, “People at higher risk from mosquito bites are the immune-compromised, the elderly, and the very young. Residents should use common sense when they are outside and be aware of the environments that produce and protect mosquitoes: stagnant, standing water and weeds, tall grass and shrubbery, which provide an outdoor home for mosquitoes. Dress appropriately, use insect repellant, and eliminate or stay away from mosquitoprone areas where you can. Parents should remember to ensure their children are protected too.” _______

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BEAUTIFUL All Brick 2 family home on beauti­ fully landscaped huge lot. STOP paying rent and have tenant pay YOUR mortgage! House is priced to sell! $124,900. OPEN HOUSE, Sunday, Au­ gust 15th. Any informa­ tion, contact David 716‑906‑1961. HOME FOR SALE, Rte. 62, Leon. 2/ 3 bed­rooms, all hardwood and carpet, 52x30 two bay garage with store­front. $58,000/ make of­fer. 499‑6997. LEASE TO OWN: An­ gola‑on‑the‑lake, Evans. 2/ 3/ 4 bedroom homes with great op­portunities. 549‑5343. OPEN HOUSE: 14 Henry off Main Street, Angola. Sunday, Au­ gust 26th, 1‑3pm. Fabu­ lous 3 bedroom, 2 bath cape features huge kitchen, formal dining, full basement, private corner lot. $99,900. For information, contact Kimberly Hulburd (Metro Roberts Realty) at 725‑8725. Lots For Sale

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ANGOLA: MELODY MEADOWS: 845 Nicole, 1974, 4 bed­room, AC, Florida room, 10x12 deck, More! $11,500; 823 Thomas Lane, 1992, well maintained 2 bed­ room, all appliances, carport, storage shed, $18,500. SUNSET RE­ ALTY 824‑4800.

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3 HOUSEHOLD SALE: 378 Lakeside, Angola. Thursday, 8/30, 10‑5. Office, kitchen, bed­room, clothes. GARAGE SALE ‑ Tool Sale. August 30 & 31 Thursday‑ Friday 9:00 AM‑ 3:00 PM. Septem­ ber 1, Saturday 8:00 AM‑ 11:00 AM. Baby Crib, Toys, Household & More. Retired Flea Market Vendor‑ Tools, Car Emblems, Parts, & More. EZ Shine & Satin Gloss Polish. 1213 Wis­ consin Rd. Derby. GARAGE SALE: 1608 Lakeview Rd., Lake View. Wednesday, Au­ gust 29th thru Satur­day, September 1st. 9:­0 0 ‑ 1:00. Girl’s clothing $.50, sizes 5T thru women’s, furniture, household items. Garage sale: 9/1‑ 9/3, 8342 Evelyn, Eden. Something for every­ one, including machine tooling. GARAGE SALE: Au­gust 31 and September 1, 9‑ 5, 1194 Milestrip Rd., Brant

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Dear Michelle, It has been 10 long years since we have seen you. The time has gone quickly, but we have missed you every single day. Many things have changed since you have been gone. You are an aunt 3 times; Dad and I have gotten older and miss you more; Grandpa & Grandma have moved out here. We just would like you to know that family and friends have kept you in their memories. Your bravery and courage inspires me every day to help others. I only wish I could have helped you more ... Your little brother Jay. My memory of Michelle is her laugh! I wish we could have cooked together. I always heard of her great recipes. One other thing I remember is her shopping & buying tons of Halloween stuff! She would have been a great aunt, and we miss her so much! ... Stacy. I wish you were alive & could come to my hockey games, and I know you would spoil me ... Sam. I wish I could be as good as you were in gymnastics ... Your only niece Sophia. I love you Aunt Michelle ... Bryce. We miss your laughter, your presence and your love. Memories of you will be everlasting ... Grandpa & Grandma Mattina. Michelle, you always treated us with care & compassion regardless of our age ... Aunt Jenny. She was always smiling and pleasant; you never knew she was hurting ... Aunt Jenny & Uncle Rocky. I remember Michelle always being happy & cheerful at parties with her love of monkeys and joyful spirit, she is always in our prayers ... Jen. Michelle had a great cheerful personality. I remember her love of dancing and so many recital outfits. Our family was blessed to have her ... Julie. I remember seeing Michelle at family parties. She was always so full of life you wouldn’t know she was sick. She was an inspiration for us all ... Tina. I was very young, but the year Tickle Me Elmo was very popular Michelle bought it for me for Christmas. She is in our prayers, peace ... Marie. We still cherish the Tickle Me Elmo - you stayed up all night to get if for Marie. We miss you ... Pat. I remember the time Michelle and I went to Darien Lake. Michelle convinced me to go on all kinds of roller coasters. She thought I would get sick, but was disappointed when I didn’t. She said, “Let’s go on the Pirate Ship.” I did, and when the ride was done I looked white as a ghost. She thought that was funny ... Uncle Louie. Your unconditional love gave me inspiration. I’ll always remember you by my side ... Love Aunt Pat. I remember when I came over and you said, “Tom, look at our fish.” Then you pushed a button & the fish moved and surprised me. You laughed and laughed ... Tom. I remember Michelle always feeding everyone and laughing ... Rose. Michelle, may the Lord hug you in his arms today. You had brought such joy to us, and He is returning it to you now ... Love & Prayers, Mike.

Sincerely ... Your loving friends & family, The Cureos

Labor of Love

How do children view the job their parents run off to each day? How aware are they of what you do at your place of employment, and how hard you work? In honor of Labor Day, we are asking children of different age groups to write a letter, story or poem of 50 words or less. The results indicate the deep appreciation children have for their parents, along with some amusing perceptions of what it means to be part of the labor force from the eyes of a child. Please submit all letters, stories and poems by Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at noon to: Angola Pennysaver - 19 Center St., Angola or our Derby office - 6926 Erie Rd., Derby (Inside A Village Locksmith)

All entries will be published in the September 2nd issue of the Angola Pennysaver.

Happy Holiday!

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(716) 549-0600

DMV# 7097772

OFF LEASH DOG TRAINING CLINIC with Tom Beitz beginning Saturday Sept. 8th, 9:­ 30am. Clinic to be held at Smart Dog Solutions training facility in South D a y t o n , N Y. w w w.­ smartdogsolutions.­com. Call Tom to regis­ter 716‑628‑0651 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. Cats

MISSING Black/ White cat, “Princess”, Lake­ view area, has eye in­jury. Check garages, sheds. 947‑5638/ 512‑2122. Other Animals

PET HAIRCUTS DONE at your home. Groomer comes to you. $20. Michele 713‑2748

Merchandise Misc. For Sale

1 in. manilla rope, 210 ft on spool $100. 25 ft. fiber glass flagpole $150. 549‑5645 BRAND NEW DELUXE STEEL Climbing Stand includes full body har­ ness and full arrest sys­ tems, 300 lb. capacity. $ 1 0 0 / b e s t o f f e r. 549‑4536. C A R P E T A N D PA D Wholesale prices! Also laminates and linos. Best prices in W.N.Y.! Free estimates. TIM MURPHY. 549‑5200. ELLIPTICAL FUEL FIT­ NESS FE44. Good pro­ gram variety, iPod com­ patible. Like new! $300 or best offer. 359‑0070 after 3pm. FIREWOOD: Mixed hardwood, 4’x8’x16”, 9/$720. FOREST WIZ­ ARD. 992‑2729. FOR SALE‑ HOT WA­ TER TANKS at SHULTZ & CO. Low prices. Installation avail­a ble. 549‑0262.

AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 23


Card of Thanks

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The family of Ronald Spence (Jewelry by Spence) would like to thank everyone for all their support during this difficult time. Many thanks to Scott and Randy Addison and Carlton Ullrich for all of their guidance. Additional thanks to the Evans Police Department, Rural Metro, Lake Erie Beach Fire Department and St. Anthony’s RC Church. Special thanks to our friends and neighbors - Pat and Sandy Callahan, Richard and Donna Zanett, John and Peggy MacPeek, John Latimore, Patti Latimore, Mike Connors and Karen Erickson and the entire Connors/Erickson complex. And lastly, many, many sincere thanks to the continuous supports of April Seegar, Ronda Marvel and Diane Franczyk. We are blessed to live in this town and have such amazing friends, neighbors and family around us. We will continue on in the Spence tradition and maintain the jewelry store (shortened hours for August). Ron would have expected no less of us. Thank you all. ~ Bonnie, Mike and Jay

Lake Shore High School Class of 2016 Freshman Orientation: Tuesday, August 28th ~ 9:00 - 11:00 AM

On Tuesday, August 28th, the Lake Shore High School will be holding Freshman Orientation beginning at 9 AM at the high school. The program is for both students and parents and is a great opportunity to meet the teachers and school counselors, tour the building, ask questions and learn about Lake Shore High School. Parents will also attend the mandatory Drug & Alcohol forum during the program while students participate in other activities.

For more information or questions, please call the high school main office at

926-2301

FOR SALE: Canning Jars and hospital equip­ ment. 549‑1139. FOR SALE: EZ ‑ GO 1200 Work Horse, 4 wheel ‑ 2 wheel drive, cover top, windshield, electric dump box. Ex­ cellent condition. Like new. Must see! $3000 total cost. Cell 432‑1172. H E AV Y D U T Y P o r t Generator. 6500EL Watt 8500 Watt Surge. 8‑ 120V Outlets. 1‑ 240V Outlets. All Cir­cuit Breakers. 1‑ 12V Outlet w/ Charges. Electric Start. $800.00 Firm. 393‑6975 METAL DETECTOR: Mine Lab Explorer II with headphones, 2 bat­ tery packs. $425 OBO. David, 928‑750‑9660. Not having any luck selling your item? Try framing your ad! Call Kristen at our Derby Satellite Office for details. ANGOLA PENNYSAVER 716‑947‑5997 VERTICALS FROM HEAVEN: Custom verti­ cals, wood, mini, cellu­lar shades. Free esti­mates. 947‑9740. WALL FURNACE for sale, $200.00. 549‑5368. Carpet Sales

C A R P E T A N D PA D ! Brand names! Whole­sale prices! Why pay more in Hamburg? “Buying local helps ev­erybody!” TIM MUR­PHY. 549‑5200. Lawn & Garden

(2) 30’X96’ GREEN­ HOUSES: Sell com­plete or parts. 716‑532‑2920. Craftsman Riding Lawn Mower 6.5 HP. Grass Catcher. Excellent Con­ dition. $350 O B O. 716‑361‑2193

DEAL OF THE WEEK: DX26 Case Interna­ tional, 4 Wheel Drive, 26HP Diesel Tractor with Loader, 5’ Finish­ ing Mower & Hydro­ static Transmission. Low Hours. Completely Serviced. Like New Condition! $12,900. Gugino Lawn & Gar­den, Brant. 549‑1414. DIXIE CHOPPER: 23 HP, 50” cut. Cut your mowing time in half! $2,995. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant. 549‑1414. ETHANOL in your gasoline is harming your small engines. GUGINO L AW N & G A R D E N has the solu­tion, STAR TRON, low cost fuel additive ex­tends engine life. Brant Reservation Rd., Brant. M‑ F, 8 ‑ 5 & Sat., 8 ‑ 3. 549‑1414. 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. GTX 1054 CUB CADET ‑ 54” cut with 27 HP Kohler Twin Cyl. Engine. Ready to mow! $2,495. Gugino Lawn & Garden, Brant. 549‑1414 GTX 1054 CUB CADET: 54” cut with 27 HP Kohler Twin Cylin­d er Engine. Ready to mow! $2,495. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant. 549‑1414. HUSKEY 46” 20 HP MOWER. Nice condi­tion! $995. Gugino Lawn & Garden, Brant. 549‑1414 LAWNS AND LAND­ SCAPES BY CMS. Plantings, trimming, mowing, fall cleanup and other services. Commercial and resi­ dential. 992‑2184

ANGOLA PENNYSAVER Building Materials

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

ALL WATCH BATTER­ IES Installed. Only $5. Gold & Pearl Jewelers, 1 Main St., Hamburg. Furniture

FOR SALE: COUCH & LOVE SEAT ‑ brown GC ‑ $350 (Hamburg) 440‑4872. FOR SALE: Matching large floral couch and matching chaise. $250. Call 549‑2522. WHITE WICKER and cushions: 1) loveseat, coffee table, rocker; 2) loveseat, coffee table, chair. $75 each 3 piece set. 549‑3686. 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 toma­ toes, beans, cucum­ bers and peppers. KWI­ LOS FARM STAND, 549‑6201. Horses & Equipment

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ H O R S E B A C K RIDING: Individuals & groups. Scenic trails. Call for appointment. L O N E­S O M E P I N E , 716‑549‑2189. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

An adult care facility Located only 5 minutes from the Village of Hamburg in a serene country setting.

Would you like to help our aged community continue to be independent and live full lives? Then Eden Heights is where you want to be! We are searching for enthusiastic, mature, reliable individuals who are looking for a full time career, not just a job!

Cook Part-Time

Flexible Hours, Great Benefits, Health Insurance & Bonuses! Apply Online at

www.EdenHeights.com In Person or call 992-4466 4071 Hardt Road, Eden

DUINK FARMS MAR­ KET: 3142 Hickox Rd., H amburg. 1st R i ght 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.

Transportation Autos for Sale

2 0 0 1 H O N D A C RV, AWD, auto, white, power windows, doors and locks, 111,000 miles. E xcel l ent condi­t i on. $5500. 870‑7317.

will be conducting the

Citizen Police Academy

this year beginning Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012 and ending Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012. The Citizen Police Academy has been designed as a way for the public to learn about police department operations and the duties of Evans Police Department personnel. The academy will meet once a week at 7:00 p.m., and classes will be approximately three hours. Some of the topics covered will include patrol functions, detective bureau operations, crime scene investigation, accident investigation, domestic violence, court procedures, sex offenders, and marine unit operations. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have never been arrested, be of good moral character, and pass a background investigation. Anyone interested in attending may pick up an application in person at the Town of Evans Police Station, 8787 Erie Rd., Angola, NY 14006. Class size will be limited. The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, September 7, 2012.

ANGOLA PARK & GAZEBO COMMITTEE Presents

Summer Lawn Chair Concert Series

at Centennial Park, Angola • 7 to 9 PM

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29th

The Frankfurters Ever Popular German Show Band

Sponsored by: New Era Cap Company Rain Location: The New Angola Theater

Boats & Accessories

Trucks for Sale

2001 1500 Chevy Sil­ verado, 146K, loaded, $4,500. 992‑3794 FOR SALE: 2004 GMC SIERRA pickup, 20k miles, $14,500 neg. Please call 549‑5659. Vans for Sale

THE TOWN OF EVANS POLICE DEPARTMENT

AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 25

Agriculture Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 2002 Chrysler Voyager Van. Call 627‑5894 for de­tails. Antiques / Classics

CLASSIC PICKUP Beautiful 1987 Chevy frame‑off restoration. 59K miles. Must sell. $8500 / OBO 716‑410‑6200 Motorcycles for Sale

FOR SALE: 2002 Suzuki Savage, LS650, $3,000. 716‑430‑0596.

BOATING SEASON IS WINDING DOWN and it’s time to think about winterizing your outboard mo­tor. We offer fall tuneup deals along with a full line of winterizing for all outboard motors. Call 549‑4226 for appointment. 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. Vehicles Wanted

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ $$$WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE! Your junk vehicle and scrap metal. K & R SAL­VAGE, 337‑3109. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ $$JUNK CARS WANTED$$ Free pickup! $Cash$ paid! TIMMY REGAN TOW­ ING. DMV#7106530. 563‑2591.

ANGOLA PENNY SAVER HOURS: ANGOLA OFFICE: Mon. - Thurs. 9-4 Friday 9-2; Sat. & Sun. Closed DERBY OFFICE: Mon. - Thurs. 9-3; Sat. & Sun. Closed

Thank You

The family of Rosetta LaRusso would like to thank Mary Ann Conrad, Rosetta’s Melody Meadows neighbors, MPB Helping Hands Ministry, Father Matt, all those who sent cards and mass intentions, the Addison Funeral Home: Jay, Scott & Randy. May God Bless you all Sally Barone, Josie Tagliaferro, Neno & Kathy LaRusso


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Flowers by Darlene

FREE ESTIMATES

CALA’S CONTRACTING

Contemporary and Traditional Design

Home Improvement - All Types

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

• Additions • Roofs

FRANK BUILDERS

(716) 992-9642 Derrick Frank

FREE ESTIMATES LICENSED & INSURED

Siding • Gutters • Drywall • Cabinets

716-627-6443 716-913-0956 Remodeling • Trim •

• • • • Windows • Doors • Decks • • • •

FARNHAM PLUMBING &

HEATING

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

549-1564 - Cell: 913-6052

SOUTHTOWNS SOUTHTOWNS SEALCOAT SEALCOAT Protecting Your Asphalt Since 1996 Locally Owned and Operated Fully Insured • All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

Owner: Shawn St. George 992-4448

REMODELING PROJECT SPECIALIST • • • • • •

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

THOMAS C. FARLEY, JR. Attorney at Law Chapel Park Villa

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

Phone: 716-947-7671

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 9542 Lakeshore Rd., Angola

549-6522

PIZZA • SUBS • WINGS • TACOS NOW OPEN TIL 3 AM FRIDAY & SATURDAY

D & L TRUCKING & EXCAVATING

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

ANTHONY CALA

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

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ BUYING Late Model Ve h i c l e s d a m a g e d o r n e e d i n g r e p a i r. 680‑2071. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CASH FOR JUNK VE­ HICLES and scrap metal. Flatbed service available. Call Rob. 998‑3603. DMV#7109787. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ TOP PRICES PAID for Junk Vehicles and Scrap Metals. BRANT AUTO PARTS. 549‑0600.DMV #7097772.

Service & Repair Appliance Repair

WASHER AND DRYER REPAIR‑ Most makes. Guaranteed. 549‑6707. Auto Body

COLLISION: 45 years experience. Save de­ ductible. 680‑2071. Builders & Remodelers

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ AFFORDABLE RE­ PAIRS: Home Improve­ ments, & Remodeling. Fences. Big or small, just one call!! Father & son‑ Free estimates‑ all prices negotiable. Call Mike at ALLSTARR, 997‑0170 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ HANDYMAN Electrical, windows, doors, siding, decks, power washing, ceramic. Free esti­mates. 934‑3178. NORTH COUNTY Car­ pentry Home Improve­ ments and Repairs. All types. Fully Insured. 934‑0059 or 969‑7656. POURED WALLS‑ Full basements, garage foundations, additions, retaining walls & trench footers. 337‑0500 SUNSET BUILDERS & ROOFERS: Pole barns, additions, roof­ ing, repairs, windows, tear‑offs. Licensed, in­ sured. 716‑549‑2800.

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ WE NEED SUMMER WORK!!! NEIGHBOR­ HOOD CONTRACT­ING is now giving up to 20% OFF to our cus­tomers for scheduling their summer home im­p rovements NOW!!! Roofing, siding, win­d ows, doors. All interior and exterior projects qualify for our money saving offer!! Free esti­mates! Senior dis­c ounts! 549‑1592. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Cleaning

HOUSECLEANING: Summer keeping you busy? Let us clean your home. 260‑0955. Concrete

ALL TYPES OF Con­ crete Work! Driveways, floors, patios, etc. Dump truck, backhoe, Bobcat service. 337‑0500. QUALITY CONCRETE WORK: Driveways, pa­ tios, sidewalks‑ pattern, stamped concrete, basements, retaining walls, stairs. 913‑4907. RECYCLED CON­ CRETE for sale. Also accepting “clean” bro­ken concrete and black­top. 913‑4906; 627‑3811.

AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 27

Landscaping

CALL ALL SEASONS YARD MAINTENANCE Mowing, Trees/Shrubs (trimmed or removed), Gutters, etc. SERVING YOUR TOWN FOR 27 YEARS. 992‑4780. HOLE BORING: Porches, Fences, Site Preparation, Backhoe, Skid Steer Work. SMALLTIME ENTER­ PRISES, 532‑5226. TOPSOIL, GRAVEL, SLAG, millings, fill, new lawns, driveways, de­ molition, backhoe and bulldozer, tree removal, land clearing. 549‑3857/ 913‑6317. Masonry

GLASS BLOCK SALE! $85 w/ vent installed. Standard 32 x 14. Call 549‑6867 Service & Repair Miscellaneous

Hauling

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 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. B o b ( 7 1 6 )­4 4 5 ‑ 7 6 2 3 EXPERT FOUNDATION RE­PAIRS. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ A N Y VA C U U M B I G OR SMALL. Meyer ’s Vac­u um “repairs them all”. Tune‑ ups: $9.99 + (Ex­p ires 8/31/12). 93 Lake Street (Camp) Ham­burg (across from Noco). Monday: 10:­ 00am‑ 6:00pm, Tues­ day‑ Saturday: 8am‑ 4pm. Other times by ap­pointment. 649‑5582.

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ DUMPSTER SER­ VICE: Got garbage? We take it. Construc­ tion debris, basements, attics, garages, estate cleanouts. 10 years ex­p erience. We load and buy contents also. 480‑0738. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

ATTENTION: WOODCUTTERS We offer a full line of r e ­p a i r s f o r a l l y o u r wood­cutting needs from chainsaws to log split­ ters for all makes and models. Quick Turnover. 549‑4226.

Electrical Services

MASTER ELECTRI­CIAN Big jobs, small jobs, low rates. Quality work. Free estimates. Call Craig. 716‑462‑0885. 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.

Suzanne’s School of Dance 20 Lake Street, Angola

“Your Hometown Dance Studio” NOW ACCEPTING STUDENTS FOR 2012 - 2013 SEASON!

Jazz - Tap - Ballet Acrobatics - Hip Hop Classes forming in Beginner, Intermediate and Advance Levels for each category of Dance * SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL PRESCHOOL CLASSES! With over 50 years of experience, you can give your child the best possible dance education available.

CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 17th Free Registration - Please Phone 549-1222

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Chick’s Lanes

WOMEN! New Bowlers Welcome!

Come to Chick’s Lanes for a meeting on Tues., Aug. 28th at 7 p.m. 4 wm/team - We only bowl 24 wks.!

OR CALL CHRIS AT 947-5370


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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

PFAFF

• 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

8386 North Main Street Eden, NY 14057

Bonded Insured

(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

882-3587 / 947-9071 / 672-5166

Cell (716)867-2497

(716)941-9239

Timothy J. Hoelzle

Supreme Dealer

B&B FENCE COMPANY Tom Burke All Types of Fencing

HOELZLE CONSTRUCTION

Custom Built Homes Renovations Additions

General Contracting

(716) 864-6326

R RAZOBrakes and Mufflers

QUALITY USED AUTO SALES

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

DON'S HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES

549-5224

8428 Erie Road, Angola, NY

YOUR AD HERE

Please call for Pricing 549-1164

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

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

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

YOUR AD HERE

Please call for Pricing 549-1164


Lake Shore Central Schools

Kindergarten Visitation Day

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Incoming Kindergarten students and parents are welcome to participate in our Kindergarten Welcoming Program being held at all three elementary schools: A. J. Schmidt Elementary, Highland Elementary & J. T. Waugh Elementary. Students will meet teacher in their classrooms, complete a small activity, tour the building, take a short bus ride, and be able to drop off school supplies. During the same time, parents will meet with the building principal and support staff to share information and address concerns. The Kindergarten Welcoming Program at Highland and J. T. Waugh begins promptly at 9 a.m. and will conclude around 10 a.m. Students should report ready for their first structured school experience. The Kindergarten Welcoming Program at A. J. Schimdt begins promptly at 12:45p.m. and will conclude around 1:45 p.m. Students should report ready for their first structured school experience.

THE MIRACULOUS PRAYER

LIKE TO SING?

GOLD METALIST LAKE EFFECT HARMONY CHORUS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU!

NEW MEMBER OPEN HOUSE FOR WOMEN 18 YEARS & OVER BEGINNING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH Includes 5 FREE VOCAL classes for prospective New Members. Contact 627-4894

CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE OPPORTUNITIES TLC Health Network (Lake Shore Nursing Home) a 120 bed, zero lift facility in Chautauqua County has immediate fulltime and per-diem openings for quallified and caring C.N.A’s, all shifts. Competitive pay/generous benefits package and shift differential. Submit resume to: Human Resources TLC Health Network 845 Rts. 5 & 20 Irving, NY 14081 Fax (716)951-7046 or email to hr@tlchealth.org EOE

MAJESTIC HOME IMPROVEMENTS: Roofing, siding, foundation repair. Serving Southtowns for 20 years. Free estimates. Call (716)­ 467‑5278. PAUL A. SHEA‑ Fine woodworking & finish­ ing, furniture restora­tion, custom cabinets and repairs. 992‑3849. PIANO TUNING, repair­i ng, 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. SEALCOAT‑ Meticu­ lous work. Refrences available. Now is the time. Free estimates. Call David St. George 549‑3829. S E W I N G & A LT E R ­ ATIONS: Hems, zipper repair, tailoring, minor & major repairs. Bride & Bridal party alter­ations. Fittings by ap­pointment. Free pick up & delivery. 35 years ex­p erience. Call Sandy 541‑8609 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. 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

AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 29

LAKESHORE YOUTH SOCCER ASSOCIATION, INC.

ELECTIONS WILL BE HELD September 9, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.

at St. John’s Lutheran Church on Gold Street in Angola (off Route 5) The following individuals have been nominated as candidates for the positions open this year:

• U6 House League Coordinator - Erin Parks • U8 House League Coordinator - Harold Conklin • U12 House League Coordinator - Joanna Urbaniak • U15 House League Coordinator - Becky Leone • U19 House League Coordinator - Christine Hider • Head Referee - William Lahood • Treasurer - Gail Farrugia • Equipment Manager - Harold Conklin and Jeffrey Guziec. The following positions are open this year, but have no nominated candidate: Vice President, U10 House League Coordinator, Snack-Bar Coordinator, and Public Relations Officer. Please contact kathyhorohoe@roadrunner.com or any LYSA Board Member if interested.

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

HOUSE TO HOME IMPROVEMENTS Architectural‑ Metal Roofing and more. Highest Quality, Low­est Prices. 432‑7545 Security Products

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

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...

Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favors. This time I ask you this very special one. Take it, Dear Jesus, and place it within your own broken heart where your Father sees it. Then, in our merciful eyes, it will become your favor, not mine. Amen. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favor J. D. will be granted.

BLACKTOP PAVING & SEALING, line striping, hot crack filling. Park­ing lots & driveways. Call ERIE SEALING for free estimate. 648‑5532. DUMPSTER: FREE 1 week. $45 delivery/ pickup, second half price. Landfill disposal, $65/ ton. 716‑997‑2111.

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

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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

Deborah A. Paulus Lickfeld

Diane M. Paulus Dunmire

FREE ESTIMATES

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

WAGNER BROTHERS FREE CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATES LICENSED and INSURED

549-1816

1263 Eden-Evans Center Rd. Angola, New York 14006 FAST SERVICE

485 Sunset Drive Hamburg, N.Y. 14075

LOW RATES

549-2737

Loretto

GUARANTEED SERVICE

Glas Service

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

Storms Repaired - New Frames Available

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

GLASS - MIRRORS - PLEXIGLAS WINDSHIELDS - AUTO GLASS

549-2444

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

ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

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!

Lockout, Jumpstart, Accident, Breakdown, Got a Flat? Call ...

JOE’S PLUMBING & HEATING

TICK-TOCK TOWING & RECOVERY

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

MATT’S

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

ALWAYS ON OUR “TOWS”

24 HR. SERVICE • SR. CITIZEN DISCOUNT • FREE ESTIMATES

All Work Fully Guaranteed

549-0064 • 864-3883 • 549-5717


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AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 31 Septic Tank & Drains

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

FALL IS HERE! Time to tuneup your chainsaws. We also of­fer a full line of small engine repair for all makes and models. Ask about our chain sharpening special. 549‑4226. Tree Service

Lake Erie Diving Center

8542 Rt. 5, Angola, NY 549-3338

We Via

Ship UPS

Mom,

Thank you so much for your love and support with the pageant, riding, soccer, etc. Love you ... Nikki Email Address For Ads: ads@angolapennysaver.com

The APPLIANCE DOCTOR We’ll service your appliance no matter where you purchased it. All parts and labor guaranteed •• Senior Citizens Always Discounted ••

We don’t sell appliances, we save them. • Experienced • Honest • Reasonable

>>>> Call Terry 992-4195 <<<<

MULCH

TOPSOIL STONE SHREDDED AND SCREENED

CLIP & SAVE

$15 off

Over 70 Years!

on Any Load 4 Cubic Yards or More

4240 Schreiber Drive Eden, New York 14057

992-4332

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

CLIP & SAVE

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

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ “THE TREE SUR­ GEON”. Tree removal, trimming, stump grind­ ing, lot clearing. Fire­ wood. Reasonable prices. Free estimates. Fully Insured. 549‑2922. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 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 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ H I LT Y T R E E S E R ­ VICE: Trimming, stump removal, storm clean up. Decorative Ponds. Free estimates. In­sured. 867‑0243. MIKE’S TREE RE­ MOVAL: Stump grind­ ing, bucket service. Fully insured. Prompt Service. 818‑7272. MJ FORESTERS TREE SERVICE: Trim­m ing, removals & stump grinding. Free Estimates. Fully In­sured. 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. In­ sured.


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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 Craig Cleland 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 Gravel Stone Driveways

Sewer & Water Lines Septic Systems Drainage Bulldozing & Grading

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

549-2344

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

Insured


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AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 33

LAKE ERIE BEACH VOL. FIRE CO.

Calling All Girls! Brant-Evans Girl Scouts

OPEN REGISTRATION

Date: Tuesday, August 28th Time: 6-8 PM Place: Most Precious Blood School Any Questions Contact Valerie 830-3833

Looking for new leaders! FREE TRAINING!

“Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.”

• Residential • Driveways • Sidewalks • Stamped Patios • Foundation Walls Business: 392-1324 • Trench Foundation • Brick & Block Work Cell: 863-4669 • 18 Years Experience

Dr. BoB’s InsIDe WInter storage storing your: rV, Boat, auto, Jet ski, snowmobile, trailer, Motorcycle.

(716) 863-1828 Leave Message get Your spot early

Old Lake Shore Road, near Pt. Breeze

Chicken Bar-B-Q Check out all the local news each week in our Pennysaver! If you would like to submit a news article, please send it to news@angola pennysaver.com

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

RN’s - Per Diem Behavioral Health TLC Health Network, a progressive healthcare provider in Chautauqua County, is seeking applicants to work per diem in the Behavioral Health Unit. Submit resume to: TLC Health Network, HR Department 845 Rts. 5 & 20, Irving, NY 14081 Fax (716)951-7046 or email to hr@tlchealth.org Phone 716-951-7040 EOE

WANTED:

PART-TIME WAITRESS Flexible Hours - Apply in Person

THREE STAR FAMILY RESTAURANT 10770 Main Street, North Collins

Sunday, September 2nd Noon until Sold Out

Don’t cook your last weekend of Labor Day away ... Join us for our Chicken Barbecue and relax!

Take Out or Sit Down

ST. JUDE’S NOVENA

May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, Worker of Miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, Helper of the Helpless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day. By the 8th day, your prayer will be answered. He heard my request. Must promise publication. Thank you, St. Jude. M. S.

Pennysaver Deadline: Wed. at Noon!

Everyone bring your family and friends to support our fire department!


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

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Make Your Home Stand Out

58 N. Main St. Angola, NY

319-8363 549-4444

Homemade Pies ~ Gourmet Cakes ~ Cookie Trays Cupcakes ~ Custom Cutout Cookies Hours: Tues. - Fri. 12-6; Sat. 9-2

HOME REPAIR

Licensed Fully Insured

Mike DiMartile Owner

Free Estimates 716-359-0286

870-0494 OLD TIME HANDYMAN, LLC

www.uniquesweetscakeshop.com

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

Town of Evans DISTRICT #2 WATER CUSTOMERS ONLY

Due to a printing error, the due date on the current bills should read 9/10/12, NOT 8/20/12.

ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING, CARPENTRY, GENERAL REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

get 10% off any service with this ad

ANGOLA PENNY SAVER HOURS: ANGOLA OFFICE: Mon. - Thurs. 9-4 Friday 9-2; Sat. & Sun. Closed DERBY OFFICE: Mon. - Thurs. 9-3; Sat. & Sun. Closed

ADOPT MADALINE

Three-year-old female tabby. She prefers a home without other cats.

ten_lives_club@yahoo.com for adoption info. 646-5577

ANTHONY J. BARONE JR. Attorney at Law 947-9222 Real Estate, Wills, Estates, Business Practicing law for over 30 years. in association with Serotte, Reich & Wilson


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AUGUST 26, 2012 / PAGE 35

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. - Fri. 8-6; Sat. 9-3; Closed Sun. & Mon.

For all of your Printing Needs, turn to the

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Call or stop in to ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

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• Programs • Books • Annual Reports • News Letters

• Direct Mailers • Graphic Design • Inserts • Small or Large Jobs

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Walk-In Services:

19 Center St. • Angola 549-1164

• Color & Black & White Copies • Faxes • Laminations

We can handle all of your Printing Needs! CLIP & SAVE

Keiffer Plumbing, Heating & Cooling

CARPET STEAM CLEANED

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 9542 Lakeshore Rd., Angola

549-6522

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

CUSTARD SHAKES SUNDAES

Small Pack: Small Cheese & 1 Topping & 10 Wings - $13.95 Family Pack: Large Cheese & 1 Topping Pizza & 20 Wings - $22.95 Big Family Pack: Large Cheese & 1 Topping Pizza & 50 Wings - $31.95

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.

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OPEN ‘TIL 3 AM FRIDAY & SATURDAY!

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New Angola Theatre

Law Offices of John C. Grennell

72 North Main Street Village of Angola 549-4866

Serving the Angola, NY area with a variety of personal legal services:

www.newangolatheatre.com

August 24th thru August 28th

• Real Estate Closings • Wills & Estates • Divorce and Separation / Family Law • Criminal Law • Vehicle & Traffic • DWI John Grennell, Esquire • Landlord/Tenant Life-Long Local Resident • Personal Injury 11 Maple Street, Angola, New York 14006 (716) 549-0810, Ext. 33 • (716) 549-6581 Fax

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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 STORE HOURS: Tuesday - Friday 10-3; Saturday 10-1; Closed Sun. & Mon.; Also by Appointment

947-9936

6818 Route 5, Derby, NY 14047

For FAXES, LAMINATIONS

& COPIES

Stop in to the

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

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