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Fredonia Food Pantry is open every third Saturday of the month from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Fredonia Presbyterian Church 219 Central Avenue in Fredonia. All residents of the 14063 zip code are eligible. All guests receive at least one bag of non-perishable food. Free Winter Coats, Forestville Food Pantry, 3 Park St., open Thursdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. We will also accept gently used winter clothing. Salvation Army Food Pantry, 704 Central Ave., Dunkirk, open Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Clients should bring in proof of identification and income for all household members. Brocton/Portland Food Pantry services residents of the Brocton Central School District and is located in a separate building on the Campus of the West Portland Baptist Church, 7081 East Route 20, Westfield. Open every Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-4:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 4:30-6:30. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Food Pantry will now be open 3:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. only on Wednesdays. Pet Pantry: A not-for-profit organization that gives free pet food to qualifying (low income) residents of Chautauqua County. We are located on Lark St., Dunkirk behind P&G Foods. Open every Tuesday 6-8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until noon. You will need photo ID, proof of income and Rabies certificates for dogs and cats. Silver Creek Assembly of God -Invites you to donated used clothes, shoes, blankets, drapes and stuffed toys to the located at 1385 Route 20 in the parking lot. Receive tax reduction for your donations. Please place your donations in a clean dry plastic bag. Visit St. Pauly Textile at www.st-pauly.com about clothing donation and distribution. Silver Creek Food Pantry-is open every Friday from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and the third Friday evening of the month from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Thursdays 5:30-7:30. Donations are greatly appreciated - and can be sent in care of: The Pantry at P.O. Box 173 Silver Creek, NY 14136. Family Table Food Ministries available for purchase through Christ Chapel Wesleyan Church, 60 Buffalo St., Silver Creek. Online ordering at www.familytablefoodministries.com For more information contact Jackie Tooley at 716-965-4868. Accepting food stamps. Forestville Food Pantry (Clothing Gallery), 3 Park St., open Thursdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 965-2655. Samaritan House-A community outreach ministry, lending a helping hand with clothing, household goods, furniture & appliances. Located at 2 East Ave., Sinclairville. Hours: Wed. & Fri. 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. September-April, Wed. & Fri. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. MayAugust. Call 716-962-2246 for assistance or donations. For info. or online: www.samaritanhouse.us Sinclairville Food Cupboard: Available to residents of the Sinclairville School District. Located at Park United Methodist Church. We’re open every Monday and Tuesday 9:30-11:00 a.m. is available to residents of Cassadaga, Stockton and Lily Dale. Located in the basement of the Cassadaga Community Baptist Church, we’re open every Thurs. 8 a.m.-noon. Twice Is Nice- Ruth Remsen Used Clothing Center open Fridays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Located behind First United Church “The White Church On The Square” in Silver Creek. Adults clothing .50 cents, children .25 cents.

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By Brad Van Riper of the Chautauqua County Traffic Safety Board With the start of a new school year now underway, the Chautauqua County Traffic Safety Board reminds all drivers, students and parents to put safety first in school zones and near bus stops. There are several ways students get to and from school, each with their own safety considerations. It is everyone’s responsibility to use caution and stay focused and alert around traffic to ensure children can travel to and from school safely. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data, from 2004 to 2013, there were 327 school-age children who died in schooltransportation-related crashes; 54 were occupants of school transportation vehicles, 147 were occupants of other vehicles, 116 were pedestrians, and 9 were bicyclists. To further enhance school transportation safety, NHTSA offers the following traffic tips for everyone (motorists, children and their parents): Motorists should drive with extra caution around children going to/from school: • Obey signs, signals, and crossing guards in school zones. • Slow down especially with children walking/biking to school and around bus stops and in school zones and in low light or bad weather. • Know and obey the school bus laws in your State. • Drive focused and alert at all times. Avoid use of electronic devices and other distracting behaviors while driving. • Ensure everyone in the vehicle is buckled up properly and that children are in the back seat in the proper seat. • Drop off so the child does not have to cross the street, and then avoid U-turns. • Look for and expect to see pedestrians and bicyclists, especially before and after school. School bus riders are safest when children: • Stay three giant steps (six feet) away from the curb when waiting for the bus; and when the school bus arrives, wait until the driver says to board. • Quickly board the school bus, find a seat, sit facing the front, and do what the school bus driver and safety patrols say to do. • Getting off the bus, cross in front at least five giant steps (10 feet) away and look left-right-left for traffic. Wait for the driver to signal it is safe to cross Walking to school is safer when children: • Walk with an adult, responsible older sibling, or in a group. • Walk on the sidewalk if there is one, or walk facing traffic as close to the edge as possible. • Walk focused and alert. Never use electronics when crossing the street. • Pay attention to their surroundings and don’t play with, push or shove others. • Cross at a corner, in a crosswalk, or with a pedestrian WALK signal. • Stop and look left-right-left for all traffic, including bicycles, before crossing. Cross only when it is clear. • Wear bright colors and/or use lights or reflective gear to be more visible to motorists. Biking to and from school is safer when children and adults alike: • Wear and buckle a properly fit helmet every ride. • Wear bright colors and/or use lights or reflective wear to be more visible to motorists. • Have a good grasp of traffic safety rules including riding in the same direction as traffic and stopping at all stop signs and signals. • Choose safe routes to ride, including streets with lower traffic volume and speeds. • Ride focused and alert—never using electronics or both ear buds while riding. The Chautauqua County Traffic Safety Board meets quarterly to identify and resolve traffic safety issues around the County. Please submit your traffic safety questions or issues to Lisa Schmidtfrerick-Miller at: activecounty@co.chautauqua.ny.us

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The proposed Northern Chautauqua Regional Water District must move forward. Several municipalities have provided ongoing input and support of this effort and should be applauded for their efforts. Yet we are concerned that the recent loss of some grant funding for a portion of the project is an indication that it is losing steam. The business community is looking to all the municipalities that are part of the plan to stay engaged in the process and move this project forward. Our community cannot afford to lose the momentum this project has had, therefore we look to the elected leaders and key decision makers and ask for your support of this critically important water district. The Chamber and MAST are strongly in support of the project for a variety of reasons. An abundant supply of clean water at a reasonable price is critical to both economic development and the overall quality of life in Northern Chautauqua County. The Northern Chautauqua Regional Water District will stabilize water rates, expand service to homes and businesses, provide consistent and reliable water supplies, improve a deteriorating infrastructure that has caused health concerns, and develop a regional system that will maintain jobs and foster economic growth. Some of our largest industries, especially food and beverage processors, rely on water to produce their products. It is also crucial for commercial businesses, schools, and housing developments. Water is not only a vital natural resource, but also central to our current economy and the growth of jobs in our region. We echo the call by County Executive Vince Horrigan to keep this project on track. An inter-municipal agreement has been drafted that provides a structure for implementing the regional system. We encourage all Chamber and MAST members to bring this up as a critical issue before your municipal government. At a time when our region faces other substantive challenges including the closing of some industrial facilities and uncertainty regarding the Repowering of NRG, this should be one area we can all support. Additional grand funding is at stake if no progress is demonstrated. It’s time to pull together as a county and a region, and see this important project through to fruition.

Health insurance remains a hot topic for businesses and their employees, and the Chamber is here to help. We can serve your needs, whether you are a sole proprietor or a small, medium, or large business. We can make sure you get the coverage you need at a price that works for you, your company and your workers. This year, Chamber staff has the ability to provide a wide variety of choices to connect you with health, dental, vision, and other ancillary insurance products that will best suit your needs. To help you make a sound decision around health insurance and ancillary products for the coming year, the Chamber is holding a series of free open enrollment and informational sessions. Our goal is to provide a thorough overview of changes and options that may be available. These sessions will be held at JCC in Jamestown on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 7:30am and 6:30pm; JCC in Dunkirk on Thursday, September 24 at 7:30am and 6:30pm; at the YWCA of Westfield on Tuesday, September 29 at 7:30am; Tom’s Family Restaurant in Irving on Tuesday, September 29 at 6:30pm, and the Main Gate Welcome Center at Chautauqua Institution on Thursday, October 1 at 6:30pm. Whether you are an existing Chamber insurance client or not, we strongly encourage you to attend one of these sessions. While they are free, we appreciate advance registration so we know how many people to expect. These forums are sponsored by KeyBank, Lawley Insurance, and Univera Healthcare. The complete calendar and online registration is available at www.chautauquachamber.org/ events or you can call us at 366-6200 or 484-1101.

All Chamber members are receiving invitations to attend the Chamber Annual Awards Banquet October 8 at the Williams Center at SUNY Fredonia. This annual event pays tribute to the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Award winner and Person of the Year, as well as Community Service Award winners from each of our sic community Chambers countywide. The Economic Development Award is being presented jointly this year to the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation. Together, the two community foundations provided over $3.5-million in the past year in grants and scholarships to both local non-profit organizations and local students attending colleges and universities nationwide. The Person of the Year is Journey Gunderson, Executive Director of the Lucy Desi Center for Comedy and the National Comedy Center, who is being recognized for her strong leadership and vision for the future of comedy in Chautauqua County. Community Service Awards are being given as follows: Dunkirk Chamber, the Dunkirk High School Army Junior ROTC program; Fredonia Chamber, Fredonia Beaver Club; Hanover Chamber, Estelle Crino; Jamestown Chamber, George Panebianco; Mayville-Chautauqua Chamber, Ken Shearer; and Westfield-Barcelona Chamber, Jack and Kathie Horst. The Banquet is sponsored by DFT Communications, Lawley Insurance, NRG Dunkirk Power, OBSERVER, The Post-Journal, and Star Media. Anyone is welcome to attend this event and registration is now open online through the Chamber website at www.chautauquachamber.org/events.

Once again this year the Chamber of Commerce is proud to present Restaurant Week, October 19-25 in Chautauqua County. Restaurant Week is all about celebrating our local cuisine and dining culture! Chamber member restaurants may participate in our promotional and advertising plans which will include print and electronic media. For more information call the Chamber at 3666200 or 484-1101 or email Jason Toczydlowski at jtocz@chautauquachamber.org.


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Store at room temperature in an open container, to allow air circulation. Don’t take off a clove’s protective papery husk until you’re ready to prep. And it’s fine to store garlic next to its buddy, the onion.

2. ONIONS

Find some (clean) pantyhose. Add onions to each leg, tying knots between each one. Hang at room temperature. If that doesn’t appeal to you, onions can be stored like garlic at room temperature on a countertop. Just keep them away from potatoes. And don’t put them in the refrigerator: The humidity and cold temperature will cause onions to turn mushy. Storing them away from light also helps keep them from becoming bitter.

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Keep them in a dark and cool place, but don’t refrigerate. The cold, damp air in the refrigerator causes their starches to turn into sugars, which can affect taste and texture. Store them in a paper bag — more breathable than plastic — in a coolish spot, such as a pantry. Keep them away from onions or fruits like apples that exude ethylene gas, which can make your spuds begin to sprout.

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First, trim off any green tops; they draw out moisture and cause carrots to go limp pretty quickly. Trimmed, unpeeled carrots can be refrigerated in an unsealed zip-top bag in the crisper drawer for about two weeks. Trimmed carrots (such as baby-cut carrots or carrot sticks) will last longer when kept submerged in a tightly covered container filled with water. Change the water frequently.

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7. CUCUMBERS

They hate to be cold. Anything below 50 degrees will cause them to spoil faster. f you must refrigerate them, do it for no more than three days. Cucumbers also are sensitive to ethylene gas, so keep them away from bananas, melons and tomatoes.

8. CELERY

To keep it crisp, refrigerate it wrapped tightly in aluminum foil, not plastic wrap, so the ethylene gas it produces can escape. Re-wrap tightly after each use. Store celery sticks like carrot sticks: submerged in water in a tightly covered container.

9. TOMATOES

Most important: Keep tomatoes out of the refrigerator if at all possible. The cold breaks down their cell structure, making them mushy. Once they ripen at room temperature, eat them at peak flavor or freeze them to use later in cooking.

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VIRGO: The Twentieth thru twenty first may involve the sharing of knowledge with those within the home and or inner circle; this may include alternate possibilities. The Twenty second thru twenty third indicates a time for new beginnings; self responsibility may be needed to insure possible flexibility. Aquarius may be highlighted on the twenty fourth thru twenty fifth. Opposites may be highlighted on the twenty sixth with the Moon transiting thru Pisces,

LIBRA: Sagittarius may be highlighted on the twentieth thru twenty first; consider utilizing versatile flexibility during this time frame. Consider allowing your Libra nature time for possible investigation relating to alternate possibilities on the twenty second through twenty third. Finances and or purchasing may be highlighted on the twenty fourth through twenty fifth; consider choosing cash purchases only. Initiation may be indicated throughout the twenty sixth.

SCORPIO: “Perfection is said to be a state of mind,” may be highlighted on the twentieth thru twenty first; it is said to be who we are versus what we become. Consider choosing to initiate versus finish during the twenty second thru twenty third. Consider allowing for peaceful socialization during the evenings of the twenty fourth and twenty fifth; the “need to control” does not make it valid. Adaptability may be wisely chosen during the twenty sixth’s Full Moon shadow.

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Intuition may nigh during the twentieth thru twenty first in order to self responsibly seek possible answers relating to possible differing circumstances while creating completion(s). A parent(s) and or an authoritative figure(s) within a career may take center stage on the twenty second and or twenty third. Situations relating to learning and or teaching may be highlighted on the twenty fourth thru fifth. Emotions may escalate on the twenty sixth.

CAPRICORN: Differing circumstances may be highlighted during the twentieth thru twenty first;

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PISCES: Emotions may run “high” during the twentieth thru twenty first; consider choosing adaptable flexibility versus rigidity when attempting to move thru “what may seem to be” near impossibilities. An authoritative figure(s) may overtly recognize your capabilities on the twenty second thru twenty third. There may be a need to pay attention to specific needs on the twenty fourth thru twenty fifth. Intuition may flourish at new heights on the twenty sixth.

ARIES: There may be many possibilities placed in the forefront on the twentieth thru twenty first; consider choosing what seems to best illuminate inner desire(s). Mars transiting in Leo may allow accomplishment(s) to be favorable from the twenty second thru the twenty fifth; others seem to be willing to assist with accomplishment(s). Adventure(s) may be possible on the twenty fourth thru twenty fifth. Emotions may escalate and or dominate during the twenty six.

TAURUS: Allowing for gentle possibilities when completion is highlighted may be indicated for the best possible outcome(s) on the twentieth thru twenty first. Rigid demand(s) on the twenty second thru twenty third may create the opposite of what is desired. Answers, which may have been long sought, may be discovered during the twenty fourth through twenty fifth. Pisces may be highlighted during the twenty sixth; consider earth plus water creates mud.

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MOON CHILD: Family and chosen friends may be highlighted during the twentieth.

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GROUP OBEDIENCE CLASSES beginning Thursday, Oct. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, Pine Valley Elementary School, 7 p.m.-8 p.m., cost $125. To register, call Debbie at 716-988-3291 ext. 3307.

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DIVORCE $550* Covers Children, etc. *Excludes govt. fees*. LOCALLY COVERING ALL COUNTIES IN THE STATE. CALL 1-888-498-7075, EXT. 700 (Weekdays: 8AM-7PM). BAYCOR & ASSOCIATES. FSCC

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Storing vegetables produced in the home garden can be easier, quicker and more economical than freezing, canning or dehydrating them. Stored vegetables can represent considerable savings in food dollars. Harvesting Root Crops store best where they are grown until there is a danger of soil freezing. Postpone harvesting by hilling the soil over the shoulders of carrots and beets to protect from freezing. If straw and soil are piled over the row as insulation, harvest may be delayed even longer. While in the row, the vegetables are readily accessible and the time and damage associated with harvesting and storage are circumvented. Dig the remaining roots before the soil freezes, top, clean, and put into storage. Harvest onions soon after the tops fall over. Pull the onions, remove the tops, and cure the onions in mesh bags or crates where they have good air circulation until the necks dry down. When they rustle upon handling, they are ready to move to a cool, dry storage area. Do not harvest winter squash and pumpkins until the vines are frost-killed and the skin is hard to the thumbnail. Leave stems on the fruit to protect against disease invasion. Parsnips will withstand freezing. Leave part of the crop in the ground and dig in the spring when the flavor is greatly improved. Kale and collards can be left in the garden long after the first fall frost. Harvest as needed until the foliage finally succumbs to cold weather. Wind protection will prolong its usefulness. Late cabbage may be harvested after the frost has stopped its growth. Cut cabbage and remove the loose outer leaves. Storage Root Crops, including potatoes, carrots, beets, turnips, rutabagas, winter radishes, kohlrabi and parsnips, adapt to home storage. This group stores best at near freezing with a high relative humidity. Store onions near freezing but with a low relative humidity to discourage neck rot. Leafy Crops such as celery and cabbage may also be stored. Store them by themselves -- they give off ethylene gas while in storage, which has proven detrimental to other vegetables. Pack cabbage upside down so the covering soil does not work into the heads. Pumpkins and winter squash store longer at 50 to 60 degrees F and a low relative humidity.

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by Charles Osgood There was a most important job that needed to be done, And no reason not to do it, there was absolutely none. But in vital matters such as this, the thing you have to ask Is who exactly will it be who’ll carry out the task? Anybody could have told you that everybody knew That this was something somebody would surely have to do. Nobody was unwilling; anybody had the ability. But nobody believed that it was their responsibility. It seemed to be a job that anybody could have done, If anybody thought he was supposed to be the one. But since everybody recognized that anybody could, Everybody took for granted that somebody would. But nobody told anybody that we are aware of, That he would be in charge of seeing it was taken care of. And nobody took it on himself to follow through, And do what everybody thought that somebody would do. When what everybody needed so did not get done at all, Everybody was complaining that somebody dropped the ball. Anybody then could see it was an awful crying shame, And everybody looked around for somebody to blame. Somebody should have done the job And Everybody should have, But in the end Nobody did What Anybody could have.


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QUARTER

• George Washington on the front and the American Bald Eagle on the back

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SILVER DOLLAR • Susan B. Anthony on the front and Apollo 11 Insignia, Eagle on the back

GOLDEN DOLLAR • Sacagawea on the front and Soaring Eagle and 17 Stars on the back

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• George Washington on the front and The Great Seal of the United States on the back

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• Thomas Jefferson on the front and Signing of the Declaration of Independence or Monticello on the back

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• Abraham Lincoln on the front and the Lincoln Memorial on the back

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• Alexander Hamilton on the front and the U.S. Treasury on the back

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• Andrew Jackson on the front and The White House on the back

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Team EAST Buffalo Bills Miami Dolphins New England Patriots New York Jets

Founded

Oct 28, 1959 Aug 16, 1965 Nov 22, 1959 Aug 14, 1959

NORTH Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns Pittsburgh Steelers

Feb 9, 1996 May 23, 1967 June 4, 1944 July 8, 1933

SOUTH Houston Texans Indianapolis Colts * Jacksonville Jaguars Tennessee Titans *

Oct 6, 1999 Jan 23, 1953 Nov 30, 1993 Aug 14, 1959

EAST Denver Broncos Kansas City Chiefs * Oakland Raiders * San Diego Chargers *

Aug 14, 1959 Aug 14, 1959 Jan 30, 1960 Aug 14, 1959

NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE

$100 BILL

NORTH Chicago Bears * Detroit Lions * Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings

Sep 17, 1920 1929 Aug 11, 1919 Jan 28, 1960

$500 BILL

SOUTH Atlanta Falcons Carolina Panthers New Orleans Saints Tampa Bay Buccaneers

June 30, 1965 Oct 26, 1993 Nov 1, 1966 April 24, 1974

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EAST Arizona Cardinals * St. Louis Rams * San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks

1898 1936 June 4, 1944 June 4, 1974

• Benjamin Franklin on the front and Independence Hall on the back * • William McKinley on the front and “Five Hundred Dollars” on the back * • Grover Cleveland on the front and “One Thousand Dollars” on the back * - no longer in circulation

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Jan 28, 1960 Aug 1, 1925 July 8, 1933 July 9, 1932

• Ulysses S. Grant on the front and The U.S. Capitol on the back

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Eggplant and Pepper Dip Makes: 8 servings

Argentinean Grilled Steak with Salsa Criolla Prep time: 25 minutes - Makes: 4 Servings

Tonight, try a recipe from South America! Enjoy these Argentinean-style steaks with a homemade Criolla Sauce, packed with flavor. Ingredients For the sauce: 1  large, ripe tomato (cored, seeded, and finely chopped, about 1/2 cup) 1/4 small red onion (finely chopped, about 1/4 cup) 2 tablespoons fresh parsley (finely chopped) 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil 2 teaspoons red wine vinegar 1/2 teaspoon minced garlic 1/4 teaspoon oregano leaf 1/8 teaspoon low-sodium adobo seasoning 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper For the steak: 1 pound skirt steak 1/8 teaspoon low-sodium adobo seasoning Directions For the sauce: In a small bowl, mix together tomato, onions, parsley, olive oil, vinegar, garlic, oregano, low-sodium adobo seasoning and crushed red pepper. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour or up until 48 hours. For the steak: Heat grill to medium-high heat. Sprinkle steak on both sides with low-sodium adobo seasoning. Place steak on hot, greased grill grates. Cook, flipping once, until steak is well browned on both sides and cooked to 145 °F (about 6 minutes for medium-rare). Let rest for 5 minutes. Thinly slice steak. Divide steak evenly among serving plates. Top with reserved Salsa Criolla

Ingredients 1 eggplant (large) 2 red pepper 1 onion (small) 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon basil 1/4 teaspoon salt Directions 1. Use a vegetable peeler to remove the peel from the eggplant. 2. Chop the eggplant into 1 inch cubes. 3. Chop the red peppers. 4. Peel and chop the onion. 5. Put all the ingredients in a large bowl. Stir together. 6. Spread the ingredients on a baking tray. 7. Bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. While the dip is baking, stir it a few times. 8. When the eggplant is lightly browned and soft, take the dip out of the oven. 9. Let the dip cool for at least 10 minutes. 10. Put the dip the blender. Blend until smooth. 11. Serve the dip cold or at room temperature. Note: Try this low-fat dip with cut vegetables, toast, or as a spread on sandwiches. Nutrition Information: Per Serving Calories, 69; carbohydrate, 9g; protein, 1g; total fat,4g; saturated fat, 0g; dietary fiber, 3g; sodium, 75mg Source: USDA: What’s Cooking: Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Program, Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network Website Recipes

Serving Suggestions: Pair with Arepas, cornmeal patties popular in Columbia and Venezuela, and a healthy Quinoa Salad for a South American Steak Supper. The Best of La Cocina Goya: Healthy, Tasty, Affordable Latin Cooking Nutrition Information: Per Serving Calories, 220; carbohydrate, 5g; protein, 25g; total fat, 11g; saturated fat, 3.5g; dietary fiber, 1g; sodium, 80mg Source: USDA: What’s Cooking: The Best of La Cocina Goya: Healthy, Tasty, Affordable Latin Cooking

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One gram of the toxin produced by the skin of the golden poison dart frog could kill 100,000 people. A frog completely sheds its skin about once a week. After it pulls off the old, dead skin, the frog usually eats it. When Darwin’s frog tadpoles hatch, a male frog swallows the tadpoles. He keeps the tiny amphibians in his vocal sac for about 60 days to allow them to grow. He then proceeds to cough up tiny, fully formed frogs. When a frog swallows its prey, it blinks, which pushes its eyeballs down on top of the mouth to help push the food down its throat. The glass frog has translucent skin, so you can see its internal organs, bones and muscles through its skin. You can even observe its heart beating and its stomach digesting food. The biggest frog in the world is the Goliath frog. It lives in West Africa and can measure more than a foot in length and weigh more than 7 pounds – as much as a newborn baby. The red-eyed tree frog lays it eggs on the underside of leaves that hang over water. When the eggs hatch, the tadpoles fall into the water below. One way to tell a male frog from a female frog is by looking at its ears. The ears can be found right behind the frog’s eyes. If the ears are as big as the eyes, then the frog is a male. If the ears are smaller than the frog’s eyes, then the frog is a female. Frogs don't drink water but absorb it through their skin. Some tree frogs live their whole lives in the trees, and never come down. They even lay their eggs in the tree branches or on leaves.

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(MS) - What's the first step in sound proofing your home? Finding which rooms have the least amount of sound resistance. To do this, make sure everyone is out of the house, unplug all electronics and close all doors and windows. Take a quick walk through your house and pause for a few moments in each room to evaluate which ones are the noisiest. Now consider if you're installing a media room or teenage recreational room where volumes will be blasting on TV's and stereos. With this information, you should have a good idea of where you need to soundproof and create barriers against noise. Here are some tips to help you achieve the optimal result of peace and quiet: • Plant trees and hedges along the exterior of your home, perhaps along a fence. Not only do trees and hedges help with the environment and provide a good amount of privacy, they also slow down the travel of noise from the neighborhood into your home. • Insulate your walls and ceilings. Better insulation in your interiors and exteriors won't just drive away excess noise, it will also reduce your heating and cooling bills during the hot and cold months. • Seal up all cracks and holes around windows and doors, and add double glazed windows to your current glass panes. Once you've selected the best soundproofing method, implement it and enjoy the bliss of silence throughout your home.

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$

16,900

20,900

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#F0897A: 21K, Sharp, Auto., PW, PL, Cruise, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $17,000

$

NOW

15,900

Prem. Edition, 4 Dr., All Wheel Drive, Auto., Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $14,600

NOW

$

12,900

#F1502A: 20K, All Wheel Drive, Auto., PW, PL, Cruise, Air, Stereo. Was $23,400

#F0828A: 36K, 4 Cyl., FWD, Auto., Tilt, Air, Stereo. Was $18,100

#FP0322: 2K, Crossroad Edition, Leather, 3rd Row & Lots More. Was $29,400

NOW

$

#649310: Only 13K, Leather, Auto., Cruise, Stow-N-Go, Air, Alloys. Was $24,100

#FP0288: 29K, Quad Cab, Auto., 4x4, Air, Stereo. Was $26,800

NOW

$

24,900

2010 RAM 1500 SLT

#FP0328: 70K, Crew Cab, 4x4, Auto., PW, PL, Cruise, Tilt, Air, Alloys. Was $24,600

NOW

$

NOW

27,900

22,900

2005 DODGE STRATUS SXT

#584463: 4 Dr., Only 63K, Auto., Need To See, Nice. Was $8,100

NOW

$

NOW

$

16,000

#FP0333: 33K, Quad Cab, 4x4, V-8, Auto., PW, PL, Tilt, Air, Stereo. Was $26,800

$

6,900

2010 FORD FOCUS SE

#F0598A: 96K, 4 Dr., FWD, 5 Spd., Cruise, Air, Stereo. Was $8,600

NOW

$

24,500

15,900

#FP0297A: 51K, Stow -N- Go, Auto., 3rd Row, Air, Alloys. Was $18,700

NOW

$

16,900

2015 RAM 1500 LARAMIE

#FP0335: 9K, Crew Cab, 4x4, Auto., PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $44,100

NOW

$

42,000

2012 CHRYSLER 200 LIMITED

#FP0324: 25K, 4 Dr., Auto., Leather, PW, PL, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $17,100

NOW

$

15,900

2006 MERCURY 2005 GMC SIERRA MONTEGO LX 2500HD

#F0760A: 78K, All Wheel Drive, Leather, Air, Alloys.

7,300

$

2012 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT

22,900

2012 RAM 1500 ST NOW

2014 RAM 1500 EXPRESS

#FP0320: 13K, 4 Dr., FWD, Auto., Cruise, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $17,200

21,900

2013 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY $

2014 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING

2013 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT

2015 DODGE JOURNEY $

23,900

2013 FORD EDGE SE

NOW

2010 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.5i

$

NOW

NOW

#F0889A: 70K, 6 Cyl., 4x4, Auto., PW, PL, Cruise, Air, Stereo. Was $22,600

$

$

2015 KIA SORENTO LX

2013 FORD FOCUS

#F1005A: 45K, Ext. Cab, 5.3 V-8, PW, PL, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $27,100

2014 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING 2011 JEEP #FP0320: 13K, FWD, Auto., PW, PL, GRAND CHEROKEE Cruise, Tilt, Air, Stereo, Alloys.

2011 NISSAN JUKE SV

#F0971A: 51K, All Wheel Drive, Auto., PW, PL, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $18,300

$

2008 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT

2014 JEEP 2012 CHEROKEE LATITUDE CHEVY 1500 Z71 #F0975A: 29K, AWD, Auto., PW,

PW, PL, Air, Stereo, Alloys.

Was $24,400

2010 GMC ACADIA SL

2015 JEEP PATRIOT 4x4

#F0907A: 547 Miles, Latitude Pkg., Auto., PW, PL, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $26,800

Was $11,200

NOW

$

9,990

#F0961B: 67K, Crew, 4x4, Auto., PW, PL, Air, Stereo, Alloys. Was $18,400

NOW

$

16,900

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