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2014 GMC TERRAIN LEASE FOR

$169/

4x4, V8, Auto, PW, PL, SLE, Trailer Equipment, Power Seat, Remote Start, Fog Lamps, Rear Window Defroster, 20” Wheels

LEASE FOR

$399/

36 Months, 10K year, Tax Included in Payment

27,390 MSRP 26,233 Open House Event Price -500 GMC Rebate -750 USAA Member Discount -3,000 Cash or Trade Illustration Only

39 Months, 10K year, Tax, First Month and DMV due at signing

43,535 MSRP 40,835 Supplier Price -1,750 MFR Rebate -1,000 Increm. Customer Cash -750 Bonus Cash

with $1,495 down

BUY FOR

BUY FOR

$21,983

$37,335

2014 GMC ACADIA SUV, 8 Passenger

2014 GMC SIERRA CREW LEASE FOR

LEASE FOR

$356/ with $0 down

$399/

36 Months, No Tax, No Security Deposit, No Fees 0% 60 mo. APR Available

SLE, 4X4, PW, PL, Cr, Tilt, A/C, CD, Trailer Pkg, Remote Vehicle Starter, Power Seat, Z71 Off Road Pkg

39 Months, 10K year, Tax, First Month and DMV due at signing

with $2,000 down

35,260 MSRP 33,693 Open House Event Price -750 GMC Rebate -750 USAA Member Discount -3,000 Cash or Trade Illustration Only

47,270 MSRP 43,977 Supplier Price -1,750 MFR Rebate -1,000 Increm. Customer Cash -750 Bonus Cash

BUY FOR

BUY FOR

$29,193 2010 FORD ESCAPE XLS

4WD, 4 dr, Gray, PW, PL, Cr, Alum Wheels, A/C, Tilt, 85,154 miles

2010 MERCEDES -BENZ GL450 SUV

$199

p/mo

$449

p/mo

STK #2C168B

AWD, Black, sunroof, PW, PL, Alum Wheels, Cr, A/C, Tilt, heated seats, 35,230 miles

2011TOYOTA RAV4

4WD, 4dr, 4cyl, Black, PW, PL, Alum Wheels, A/C, Tilt, Cr, 15,431 miles

2012 CHEVROLET CAMARO 2SS

V8, Black, PW, PL, A/C, Tilt, Cr, Leather, heated seats, 16,210 miles

STK #13UT24

$269

p/mo

$339

p/mo

STK #13UT22

STK #13UC18

2008 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER

$189

2010TOYOTA HIGHLANDER

$279

Blue, PW, PL, A/C, Tilt, Cr, 76,409 miles

4WD, 4dr, V6, Gray, Alum Wheels, PW, PL, A/C, Tilt, Cr, 64,650 miles

2010TOYOTA RAV4

4WD, 4dr, V6, Black, Alum Wheels, PW, PL, A/C, Tilt, Cr, 29,750 miles

2013 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT FWD, Gray, Alum Wheels, On-Star, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 16,282 miles

2012 JEEP PATRIOT Black, PW, PL, Cr, A/C,Tilt, 4,001 miles

2010 CADILLAC CTS LUXURY

Sedan Blue, , PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 45,408 miles

p/mo

$249

p/mo

STK #13UT47

$265

p/mo

STK #13UC70

$259

p/mo

$350

p/mo

STK #13UT69

STK #13UC77

$255

4dr, Sport, Gray, touch scrn, Alum Wheels, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 29,762 miles

2012 CHEVROLET CRUZE 2LT

STK #13UT36

STK #13UT42

AWD, White, Alum Wheels, heated seats, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 24,809 miles

2010 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN

p/mo

p/mo

STK #3UT128

$215

p/mo

STK #13UC78

2012 CHEVROLET SILVERADO $393 p/mo 4WD, 4dr, V8, White, tint window, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 8,835 miles

STK #3UT120

White, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 9,957 miles

STK #3UT131

2012 GMC SIERRA CREW CAB $579 p/mo

24 hours a day!

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$217

p/mo

$249

p/mo

2013 FORD FIESTA SE

4dr, Sedan, Black, Bluetooth, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 15,807 miles

2013 FORD FOCUS S

4dr, FWD, Sedan, White, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 419 miles

STK #13C100

2011 CADILLAC CTS PERFORMANCE

STK #3UC101

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V6, Sedan, White, AWD, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 42,356 miles

2012 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT

2013 CHEVROLET IMPALA LS

FWD, Black, Manual, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 25,360 miles

2012TOYOTA COROLLA LE

4dr, Sedan, Silver, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 29,486 miles

2011 NISSANVERSA S

4dr, Sedan, Auto, FWD, Black, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 52,244 miles

2012 CHEVROLET CRUZE LS White, FWD, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 33,866 miles

2012 BUICK ENCLAVE

Dark Gray, AWD, 6cyl, leather, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 33,738 miles

2009 FORD FOCUS SE

Black, 4dr, FWD, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 51,079 miles

2009 MAZDA MAZDA5

Sport, Blue, 5dr hatch, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 37,955 miles

2011 CHEVROLET MALIBU 1LT

White, 4cyl, Alum Wheels, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 51,922 miles

2012 CHEVROLET CRUZE LTZ Silver, Bluetooth, ECO, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 31,457 miles

2010 BUICK LACROSSE

$299 p/mo STK #13UC72

2010FORDFUSIONSEL

$215 p/mo

Sedan, Brown, PW, PL, Cr, A/C,Tilt, 24,942 miles

4dr, FWD, Black, AlumWheels, Leather, heated seats, PW, PL, Cr, A/C,Tilt, 49,430 miles

2011 CHEVROLET MALIBU 1 LT

STOP IN

4dr, AWD, Silver, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 22,,170 miles

STK #3UC104

STK #3UC106

STOP IN STK #3UC108

$228

p/mo

STK #3UC110

$169 p/mo STK #3UC141

$225 p/mo STK #3UC139

$479 p/mo STK #3UT156

$169 p/mo STK #3UC149

$229 p/mo STK #3UT155

$209 p/mo STK #3UC150

$249 p/mo STK #3UC147

STK #13C51A

Sedan, Dark Red, AUTO, PW, PL, Cr, A/C,Tilt

STOP IN

Sedan, White, FWD, Bluetooth, Alum Wheels, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 8,496 miles

2012 FORD FOCUS SE

STK #13UC99

$99 p/mo

2007 FORDTAURUS

White, FWD, AlumWheels, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 28,059 miles

Sedan, White, FWD, Bluetooth, Alum Wheels, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 25,761 miles

All payments 72 months at 4.0% on approved credit. Tax due, DMV fees due at signing.

366-2020 4037 Vineyard Dr Dunkirk, NY

$40,477

All leases through Ally Bank for qualified buyers. Higher miles available. Must be current USAA member

2011 FORD EDGE SEL

STK #13UC65

$211 p/mo STK #13UC68

$359 p/mo STK #13UT97

$229 p/mo

2010 BUICK LUCERNE

Sedan, Black, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 53,490 miles

STK #3T101A

2010 DODGE CHALLENGER SE 2dr, RWD, Blue, AlumWheels, PW, PL, Cr, A/C,Tilt, 50,830 miles

$275 p/mo STK #13UC88

2011 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS

4dr, Sedan, Gray, rear armrest, NAV, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 36,657 miles

2010 TOYOTA PRIUS

5dr hatch, FWD, Alum Wheels, ECO, White, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 14,372 miles

2010 TOYOTA PRIUS

5dr hatch, FWD, AlumWheels, ECO,White, PW, PL, Cr, A/C,Tilt, 17,267 miles

$209 p/mo STK #13UC85

STK #13UC92

$260 p/mo STK #13UC95

p/mo

2008 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY

$225

p/mo

2012 NISSAN ALTIMA CVT 2.5

$233

p/mo

$169

p/mo

Wagon, Green, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 19,093 miles

STK #3UT140

STK #3UT149 Extended, Black, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 77,316 miles

4dr, Sedan, Black, FWD, push start, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 38,343 miles

2008 PONTIAC G6/SE

STK #3UC130

Sedan, Gray, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 64,432 miles

2008 NISSAN SENTRA Red, PW, PL, Cr, A/C, Tilt, 77,150 miles

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$299 p/mo

$268

2012 JEEP LIBERTY

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STK #3T147M

$159

p/mo

STK #3UC136

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Mr. Peanut Happy Trails DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My 18-month-old Lab mix, “Sadie,” is old enough to go camping and hiking with me, but my two usual hiking buddies aren’t sure. They say we won’t be allowed to hike many trails with her, and that she’ll be a distraction on trips. What do you think? — Bill in Franklin, Tenn. DEAR BILL: Bringing your dog along on camping and hiking trips does take extra preparation and planning, but it can be a blast and an important experience for Sadie. If it’s important to you, make the case with your friends to bring Sadie along. While many city, state or national parks don’t allow pets, a large number do allow them, with restrictions that vary depending on the park. Go online and look up the areas you want to visit this year for their rules regarding pets, or call the park directly. List parks that absolutely

don’t allow dogs versus those that do allow them. If your friends won’t budge about Sadie, it doesn’t have to absolutely be your dog versus them. Plan some outings with your friends, and some outings with Sadie. If you want to camp or hike with a group, plan that with others who are open to bringing Sadie along. If you don’t know anyone, look for dog-friendly hiking groups on Meetup.com or at the local camping-supply store’s message board. With that said, remember that Sadie needs to be wellbehaved and socialized before taking her camping. Conduct obedience training daily and make sure she responds to your commands promptly. You need to be able to call her back from potentially dangerous situations while out hiking. Learn more about training Sadie and packing for your dog at REI’s website. Send your questions or comments to ask@ pawscorner.com. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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PISCES: Indecision may be ever present throughout the twenty third; making decisions which are pleasing to self and other may smooth the way. Decisiveness with flexibility may be please everyone involved on the twenty fourth and fifth- especially with a possible authoritative figure. You may find yourself surrounded by others in small and/or large numbers on the twenty sixth and seventh. Answers may seem to flow readily from within for possible external action on the twenty eighth and/or on the twenty ninth. ARIES:

Mental alertness and sharpness may be apparent upon arising through slumber on the twenty third; gentleness is indicated. An authoritative figure may inspire rigidity on the twenty fifth and sixth when they may actually be seeking to observe your flexibility. Consider making time for others on the twenty sixth and seventh; the flow of gain may actually be returned. Think four times plus prior to placing communication forth on the twenty eighth and/or the twenty ninth; self responsibility is indicated.

The term “dinosaur” was coined in 1842 and roughly means “terrible lizard” by English paleontologist Richard Owen. The Chinese word for dinosaur is “konglong” which means “terrible dragon”. The smallest dinosaurs were about the size of a chicken. The largest dinosaurs were over 50 feet tall and 100 feet long.

TAURUS: One may awaken with the veracity of a temperamental bull on the twenty third; keep in mind being critical or right versus kind may result in the opposite of personal desire. Consider possibilities from all sides prior to placing communication forth and/or taking possible action(s) on the twenty fourth or fifth. People may abound on the twenty sixth and/or seventh- consider two way streets- they allow the possibility of more than one direction. Decisiveness may result in pleasantries on the twenty eighth and ninth.

GEMINI: Kindness from self may bring more gain than via returned critical responses on the twenty third. An authoritative figure may share a portion of your day on the twenty fourth and fifth. People may seem to fill your time on the twenty sixth and seventh; allowing for possible teachable moments, via either direction, may be indicated for greater gain. Consider and reconsider all thoughts prior to placing them forward via all means of communication or action on the twenty eighth and/or twenty ninth. MOON CHILD: The twenty third may bring about indecisiveness, choosing the opposite, may allow

you to more accurately place your thoughts forward. Long awaited positive responses and answers may fill the air on the twenty fourth and fifth; they may be opposite from previous ego thoughts. You may be involved with teaching and/or learning moments on the twenty sixth and seventh; these may be informal or formal. Consider decisiveness on the twenty eighth and ninth; this may allow for unexpected new beginnings and/or long sought after results.

VIRGO: Consider placing all anger and/or grudges aside on the twenty third; this may result with the

most favorable possibility. Consider choice(s) and flexibility with self and/or others within your inner circle on the twenty fourth and fifth. The possibility for teaching and learning may be apparent on the twenty sixth and seventh with a younger person with an old spirit- or with some one chronologically older with a younger spirit. Romance is possible when chosen on the twenty eighth and ninth.

LIBRA: Positive communication towards others and self may allow for new beginnings when relayed

via gentle kindnesses. Choosing flexibility on the twenty fourth and fifth may unlock long “closed doors” for new possibilities. The sharing of knowledge with others and/or from others towards self may be possible on the twenty sixth and seventh. Consider choosing decisiveness via wisdom on the twenty eighth and/or the twenty ninth within all sectors of life; this may include social activities at home or publicly.

SCORPIO: Consider allowing for kindness on the twenty third versus criticism and/or the need to be “right.” Rigidity on the twenty four and fifth may allow you to “remain in control”- where as- flexibility may be positively observed for possible future gain by an authoritative figure. People may “fill” your environment on the twenty sixth and seventh; you may feel it is the “last thing” you need, and, indeed it may be. Consider choosing adaptability and/or flexibility on the twenty eighth and the twenty ninth. SAGITTARIUS: Consider allowing for kindness on the twenty third versus criticism and/or the need

to be “right.” Rigidity on the twenty four and fifth may allow you to “remain in control”- where asflexibility may be positively observed for possible future gain by an authoritative figure. People may “fill” your environment on the twenty sixth and seventh; you may feel it is the “last thing” you need, and, indeed it may be. Consider choosing adaptability and/or flexibility on the twenty eighth and the twenty ninth.

CAPRICORN: Criticism and Rigidity may attempt to “rule” the way on the twenty third; consider utilizing kindness and flexibility for possible greater successes and/or experiences. Consider looking within self for answers on the twenty fourth and fifth ( as well as outside of self ). People may cross your path in small or large numbers on the twenty sixth and/or seventh. Consider kind decisiveness with others on the twenty eighth versus the “need to be right”- even when you may be. Versatility may take you a greater distance than rigidity on the twenty ninth AQUARIUS:

Your presence coupled with an outpouring of wisdom may allow others to shine on the twenty third. Sharing understanding(s) of flexibility may be indicated on the twenty fourth and fifth. Knowledge and experience shared with self or others may result in the gain of inner wisdom on the twenty sixth and twenty seventh; people may abound within your life during these same days. Learning may come via flexibility on the twenty eighth. Consider the possibility for being adaptable on the twenty ninth.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Donna asked Katie if she was only interested in Ridge as a form of revenge against Brooke. Eric was furious to learn about Wyatt’s involvement in the diamond heist. Brooke was surprised by Bill’s reaction to Ridge and Katie’s romance. Eric told Aly that she must find a way to get along with Wyatt. Later, an emotionally exhausted Aly had a conversation with her deceased mother, Darla. Bill told Rick that his mother needed him now more than ever. Brooke began drowning her sorrows at the mansion. Rick learned that Katie faked the fainting spell that stopped Brooke and Ridge’s wedding. Wait to See: Thorne returns to L.A. to help his troubled daughter. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Abigail received the results of her pregnancy test. Ben was upset to learn that Jordan was staying in Salem because of Rafe. Brady was jealous when he caught Theresa with Liam. Nicole set up a seductive scene to lure Eric into her bed. Maggie exploded when she found Theresa and

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Did you know that “true” north and a “magnetic” north are not the same? True north refers to the Geographic North Pole and is constant. Magnetic north refers to the pole of the Earth’s magnetic field and tends to shift over time. As of 2005, the North Magnetic Pole was located in the Arctic Ocean north of Canada about 503 miles from the Geographic North Pole. Brady in a compromising position. Daniel and Jennifer hosted a disastrous dinner party. Eric realized that his future with Nicole might be more complicated than he imagined. Hope and Aiden came to a new understanding. Kate finally made good on her promise to have dinner with Stefano. JJ was mortified when he learned what Rory and Bev had done. Daniel and Jennifer shared an awkward moment when the subject of marriage was brought up. Wait to See: Nick uncovers Kate’s secret.

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LEO: You may be in the spot light on the twenty third through the twenty fifth. Consider choosing kindness on the twenty third. Possibilities to choose flexibility may abound on the twenty fourth and fifth with an authoritative figure observing for possible future gain. Choosing story telling which have a foundation of universal truth may prove effective with self and other(s) on the twenty sixth and seventh. Emotions may escalate on the twenty eighth and ninth; consider choosing self responsibility for neutrality.

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ConAgra’s decision to close the former Carriage House facilities in Fredonia and Dunkirk is disappointing news for Chautauqua County. The loss of jobs is a huge blow to our local economy and the good, hard-working people of our community. We acknowledge and appreciate efforts by local management and employees to keep the company operating locally. There is an opportunity for our state and community to take action, and this decision must serve as a wake-up call to our elected officials that increasing taxes can no longer be an option. We need to focus on reducing the property tax burden through streamlining and consolidating services and continue working with New York State to provide mandate relief. New York State must continue to work toward creating a tax environment that is competitive with other States. I spent two days in Albany with colleagues from across the state, meeting with legislators to advocate for several key issues that would help New York Businesses reduce costs. We are advocating for the cancellation of the 18-A surcharge on electricity which is paid by both businesses and residential consumers; reforming the Scaffold Law to help reduce workers compensation costs; reduction in the Corporate income tax so New York businesses can reinvest in job creation; reform of the estate tax to help family owned businesses transfer their operations to family members; and implementation of the property tax credit so New York manufacturers can be competitive in a global market. The ConAgra announcement points to the need for a consistent, reliable, regional water source in northern Chautauqua County, which is crucial to the development and operation of food processing businesses. We are encouraged by the progress of the Chadwick Bay Regional Development Corporation and remain hopeful that the several municipalities that are working together remain engaged in the process and keep the momentum moving in a positive direction.

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Full Size Hams, Italian Sausage, Turkey, Chicken, Strip Steaks, Prime Rib and more. “Sarah Sinfield: A Chautauqua County Civil War Heroine”, Saturday, March 29, 9:30 a.m. - noon, Jamestown Community College’s Sarita Weeks Room, Jamestown. Sponsored by the Chautauqua County Historical Society. RSVP by email: McClurg@Fairpoint.net or call 716-326-2977 for reservation. Can And Bottle Drive, Junior Girl Scout Troop 20078 will have the drive in the Village of Silver Creek, Saturday, March 29, Place cans and bottles on your front porch before 9:00 a.m. and they will be picked up. Proceeds will be used to purchase items for Sadie’s Safe Harbor Canine Rescue. Dunkirk High School Softball Team Chicken BBQ By Weidners, Sunday, March 30, 12 p.m. until sold out, First Ward Falcon Club. You may purchase tickets from any Dunkirk varsity softball player or call Coach John Sliwa at 785-5238. Tickets will be available at the door until sold out. Presale tickets are recommended as they sell out fast. Pancake Breakfast, Sunday, March 30, 8 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., St. Rose of Lima Church Hall, 11 Center St., Forestville. All you can eat pancakes, served with sausage, eggs, juice, coffee/ tea. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 5356 to benefit the Student Education Fund. S.C.O.P.E. Rally In Albany, Tuesday, April 1. Protest the SAFE ACT! Protect your 2nd Amendment right!! Reserve your bus seat http://www.scopeny.org/product/chautauquacounty/ Info call: 716-857-0382. Informational Meetings for all active and retired members of NCFO 266/SEIU 32BJ (Carriage House, formerly Red Wing). Meetings will be April 1, 2, 3 at the Union Hall, 117 Cushing St., Fredonia. There will be meetings at 6-10 a.m., 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4-7 p.m. Hanover Little League Chicken BBQ, Sunday, April 6, 11:00 a.m. - ?, Firemen’s Club, Silver Creek. For tickets call Liz VanCheri 907-5552, Bob Bradigan 965-2696, Tammy Bartlett 672-9126, Caroline Mullen 432-4002, Hazel Deet 560-3473. If you would like to donate an item to the Chinese Auction/Basket Raffle call Liz VanCheri. Northern Chautauqua County Redemption Center, Rt. 60, Dunkirk is accepting tabs from beverage, soup, vegetable, pet food and special diet cans. The tabs are recycled to benefit Ronald McDonald House. “Our Kids: Parent Education Groups” Do you have questions about how your separation or divorce has affected your children? Have you experienced conflict over custody? For more information on the Catholic Charities Our Kids: Parent education Groups call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and registration. Calls and enrollment are confidential. Story-Time And A Craft - Dunkirk Free Library, Wednesdays and Thursdays 10:30 a.m to 11:00 a.m, for 2-5 year olds. Runs until June 5th, followed by the summer program beginning June 30th. Generations-on-line Free Computer Training for senior citizens is again being offered by the Chautauqua County Office for the Aging. The new training site is the Dunkirk Free Library (handicap accessible). Training is ideal for first time computer users. To register for this one-on-one training, contact Betty Crowell, Training Coordinator at 363-3845. “Fireworks”... Anger Management And Stress Reducing Classes, every Tuesday, 4 p.m., 425 Main St., Dunkirk. Call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and to register. Amvet Retire Flags Silver Creek: Respectable flag drop off box, for retired flags. Located inside of building. Universal Unity Of Spirit, 89 N. Main St. (Rt. 60), Cassadaga, Tuesday night classes, Sunday services include healing and prayer chaplain. For information (716) 595-2617, www.universalunityofspirit.org uuofspirit@gmail.com Catholic Daughters Of The Americas, Monthly meetings held the last Thursday of the month at St. Anthony’s Church, Cushing St., Fredonia at 6:30 p.m. All welcome, refreshments served. For info. call Mary Ann Gabel at 934-4774. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Bible-based addictions program. Smoking, weight, drugs, alcohol +. Friday nights, 7 p.m., Open Door Baptist Church, 3576 Luce Rd., just off Rt. 60, Cassadaga. Questions or information 595-2535. Literacy Volunteers Bookstore, 21 E. Second St., Dunkirk, Washington Avenue entrance. Over 10,000 used books available. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Are You On SSDI/SSI and want to work? Call Chautauqua Works at 716-487-5127 and ask for Karen. Silver Creek Fire Department Auxiliary- We are looking for people to join our group. If interested, call 679-5833 to get an application. Meetings are held on the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Samuel Cimino VFW Ladies Auxiliary meetings the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Post, 13 N. Main Street, Silver Creek. First United Presbyterian Church - United Angels Youth Group meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 6:30-8:00 p.m. at 35 Park Place, Silver Creek. 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and aged cheese at least daily. • Add a zinc-rich food to your daily diet to increase the production of white blood cells in your body. Research shows that this effect can reduce the number of days you’ll suffer from a cold. Some foods rich in zinc are yogurt, lean red meat, poultry and fish, almonds, pumpkin seeds and fortified cereals. This recipe for SlowRoasted Salmon with Horseradish Yogurt Topping contains many of the foods that nutritionists recommend for a healthy immune system. Eat your way to good health!

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$

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