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CLEAN, REMODELED 2 bedroom mobile home in Silver Creek. $500 rent plus deposit. Stove, refrigerator, water, sewer, garbage, plowing, lawn. Call 716-392-4621.

DUNKIRK: 3 bedroom house. Newly remodeled. $750 plus utilities. References and security required. 679-5576.


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MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE SILVER CREEK: For Sale. Newly remodeled 2 & 3 bedroom manufactured homes. Eat-in kitchen, new carpeting and shed. Won’t last long... only $teens. Homes also available in our Angola & Derby manufactured home communities. Low financing! TRITON, 549-3737 or 683-9100.



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MODULAR HOMES FOR SALE MUST SEE NEW MODELS! Just arrived on our lot. Prices won’t be beat! www. 716-6731366.


DERBY, FOR SALE: Hot on the Market! Move right in. 3 bedroom, 2 bath doublewide, extra large eat-in kitchen and roomy living room, carport & shed. Awesome lot. Only $40’s!! TRITON, 549-3737 or 683-9100. SC3/31


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HOUSEMATE WANTED HOUSEMATE WANTED, in exchange for shared expenses. Must have transportation. References required. Reply to Fredonia Penny Saver Box B, c/o P.O. Box 493, Fredonia, NY 14063.

FOR RENT RENT OR RENT TO OWN: Two & three bedroom mobile homes. Brocton, N.Y. 585613-1371.

All Advertising May Be Cancelled or Corrected, Must Be In Writing By 1 P.M. On Thursday Preceding The Next Publication. Paid Ads Appearing In This Paper Do Not Necessarily Reflect The Views Of The Fredonia & Silver Creek Penny Savers Or Their Employees. Fredonia & Silver Creek Penny Savers Will Not Be Held Accountable For Typographical Or Grammatical Errors Which May Appear In The Penny Saver Unless The Error Totally Changes The Meaning Or Nature Of The Advertisement. The Penny Saver Reserves The Right To Refuse Any Advertisement. POSITION: We do our best to comply with all requests for special position. POSITION, however, CANNOT BE GUARANTEED. No adjustment, refund or reinsertion will be made because of the position in which an advertisement is published.

The crumbs stick well to the mayo, and it’s especially delicious with crushed butter crackers, like Ritz. • When washing stockings by hand, add a tablespoon of vinegar to the rinse water. It will keep the stretch better. Also, if you line-dry them outdoors, slip a spoon or a few coins into the toe. This will keep them from twisting up in the wind. • “If, like me, you are washing your winter sweaters to pack away, add a bit of hair conditioner to the rinse. Also, don’t try to pull them into shape when drying. Just lay them flat. If you have a screen, you can set it up so that the sweater dries from both sides. This is best.” — D.Y. in Kentucky Send your tips to Now Here’s a Tip, c/o King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475 or email JoAnn at heresatip@ © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Take Salt of Earth in Small Doses DEAR DR. DONOHUE: My son, 57, salts most every food in his diet. He gets regular checkups every five years. He told me that his doctor said, “Eat all the salt you want.” I looked him in the eye, and it was hard not to believe him. I did say I found it hard to believe. Personally, there’s no salt on my table. I eat very little processed foods. Please set my son straight. — P. ANSWER: Most doctors for most of the recent past have told their patients to go easy on salt. Official medical advisory committees composed of the most knowledgeable scientists — The American Heart Association is one example — have and still do recommend that our intake of salt (sodium) should be limited to 1,500 mg a day. In some instances, an intake of 2,300 mg is permitted. This is far lower than our present salt use. Most of our dietary salt comes from processed foods like pizza, meats such as corned beef (500 mg of sodium in two ounces), hot dogs (more than 500 mg of sodium in one hot dog), commercial soups, frozen dinners, breakfast cereals, some breads and baked goods. People have to become readers of the nutrition labels put on all foods.

Reducing the intake of sodium lowers blood pressure and reduces the chances for a heart attack and stroke. I have to add that a few voices have been raised recently to champion diets with no limitations on the amount of salt. These researchers say that low-salt diets are not healthy. I am sticking with the authorities who recommend salt reduction until the majority of nutritional experts change their minds. I don’t think that’s going to happen. You sent a little item on potassium. Potassium, unlike sodium, lowers blood pressure. We’re told to get 4,700 mg of it a day. It’s found in baked potatoes with skins, sweet potatoes, bananas, orange juice, milk, kidney beans, cantaloupe, avocado and prunes. Salt substitutes are usually potassium. They can be used by most people if they’re not taking blood pressure drugs like ACE inhibitors and ARBs, angiotensin-receptor blockers. The booklet on sodium and potassium discusses these two minerals and their uses. To order a copy, write: Dr. Donohue — No. 202W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 328536475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. *** Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. © 2013 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved







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Report to Rose Brook Golf Course on the above meeting dates to elect officers and sign up your twosome in our competitive leagues. Receive a FREE round of golf for attending the meeting and signing up. Please notify us if you are interested and cannot attend the meeting. Call (716) 934-2825 with any questions

All Other Company Leagues please contact Russ Manguso at (716)934-2825 Also, call and reserve your Tournament dates and dates to celebrate your special occasions on our patio! Available April through October.

Wine in Mythology In Persian mythology, wine was discovered when a woman, suffering from a headache, drank the fermented grape juice stored in a jar. She went to sleep, and when she awoke, her headache was cured. Wine was typically proclaimed the drink of the gods, by Egyptians, Sumerians, and Greeks. Wine was often a part of religious rituals, due to its effects, as well as its symbolism. The Irish believe that fairies are particularly fond of good wine. In days of old, royalty would leave a keg of wine out for the fairies at night - and by morning, it was always gone.

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The opening lead plays a vital role in many hands. Just how big a difference it can make is illustrated by this extraordinary case from a rubber-bridge game where West was Alvin Roth, one of the great players of all time. His double of three notrump was bold as well as imaginative, but it would have failed dismally had he chosen the wrong opening lead. For example, if he had led a diamond, as many players in his place would have done, South would have scored the first 10 tricks. Similarly, had

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Roth led a heart or a club, South would have taken the first nine tricks. But Roth led a spade, and South was a dead duck. In desperation, he played dummy’s queen, which lost to the king and, oddly enough, simultaneously squeezed South. He was looking at nine cold tricks, but with the opponents on lead, he was in bad shape. Reluctant to part with a winner, he discarded a diamond. East thereupon returned a diamond to West’s jack. Roth now made the excellent play of the jack of spades followed by a low spade. He wanted to make sure that East would return a diamond when he took the ace of spades. Roth was afraid that, if he led the four instead of the jack, East might suddenly get nervous and return a spade to assure defeat of the contract. East did return a diamond, and the defense wound up scoring four spades and five diamonds to inflict a 900point (1,100 today) defeat! All of which can be attributed to a well-judged double and — lest we forget — a well-judged opening lead.

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Written by Todd J. Tranum, President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier There is some positive news for Chautauqua County and for local business in the new state budget approved this past week in Albany. The measure includes language that requires the State Public Service Commission to consider a number of factors in decisions to repower existing electric generating facilities, such as the NRG plant in Dunkirk. Those factors include the impact on rate payers as well as the economic opportunity in a repowering project. State Senator Cathy Young on Friday said the language “codifies into law factors currently being considering by the Public Service Commission in studying whether to repower mothballed coal plants.” NRG Energy proposes to convert the existing coal plant in Dunkirk into an advanced natural gas plant. The firm recently completed an economic impact analysis, which found that when operational, the repowered plant will reduce the wholesale cost of electricity in the state, which can be passed along to rate payers by their utilities. Specifically, New York wholesale energy prices would be decreased by an average of $1.11 per megawatt hour with the plant repowered, rather than retired. As a result, prices in the Dunkirk region would drop by $2.35 per megawatt hour. Combined, electricity cost savings will exceed $300 million per year, more than $3 billion in total over the ten year period studied. In addition, during the three years of construction, the project will create more than 300 jobs in the region, while the overall repowering will sustain over 1,400 jobs in the long term. NRG’s assessment also demonstrates that the project will considerably reduce emissions. Assemblyman Andrew Goodell added, “Lower utility costs have a significant impact for homeowners, small businesses, and our overall economic improvement efforts. This is not a base hit, it’s a home run.” This analysis is fantastic news for the people of New York,” Senator Young said. “Jobs, lower power prices, grid reliability, and lower emissions – they’re all here.” Both the state budget language and the NRG assessment report are very good news for Chautauqua County. If the NRG plant was to close it would not only reduce jobs, it could also mean a tremendous loss in tax revenue for the City of Dunkirk and the County. Kudos to all involved in the PowerUpWNY project for the work they have done to help keep the NRG facility operating in a new way, and to Senator Young and Assemblyman Goodell for their work in Albany to be sure that all factors must be considered before the PSC makes any decision on a plant closure that would have created extreme financial hardships in Chautauqua County. As the NRG project continues to work its way through the Public Service Commission review, we will continue to seek support from local officials, businesses, and residents. Please keep up the good work you have all done in contacting state officials to make Western New York’s voice heard on this critical power project. The Chamber of Commerce and Manufacturers Association are proud to help sponsor Social Media Meets ROI – a workshop which will be conducted by the Small Business Development Center on Wednesday, April 17. As online competition becomes more intense for businesses, the SBDC will help companies to explore whether their business is prepared, if potential customers can find them online, and whether they are maximizing profit opportunities through the web. Topics will include Ecommerce, search engine strategies, utilizing social media for business, and video and content marketing. The session, also co-sponsored by the Chautauqua County Industrial Development Agency, will be held from 1-4:00 p.m. at Jamestown Community College. The cost is $20 per person. You can register by calling 716-338-1024.

Each year the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce provides opportunities for its members to have a direct conversation with elected officials from each level of government. This year, the State Legislative Breakfast will be held April 19 at the Lakewood Rod & Gun Club. Senator Cathy Young and Assemblyman Andrew Goodell will provide their insights about legislation in Albany, and be available for questions from the audience. The State Legislative Breakfast is sponsored by Affinity One Federal Credit Union, Buffamante, Whipple, Buttafaro, PC, DFT Communications, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown Mattress Company, KeyBank, Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York, Nestle Purina PetCare, OBSERVER, The PostJournal, Serta Mattress Company, SKF Aeroengine North America, the State University of New York at Fredonia, WCA Hospital, and WJTN/WWSE/WKSN/WHUG/WQFX. The State Legislative Breakfast is just $15 per person. You can register online through the Chamber’s web site and online events calendar, or call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 484-1101.

The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Annual Golf Tournament will feature a new dual-format this year and will be played on the prestigious Upper Course at Peek’n Peak. The Golf Tournament is set for Friday, July 26. For the first time, golfers will be able to choose between playing a scramble or a two best ball format. Both will be played simultaneously, and the purse will be divided with prizes awarded for each format. The Chamber Golf Tournament is being sponsored this year by DFT Communications, Community Bank NA, Cummins, Inc., Fredonia Place, Lake Shore Savings Bank, Lawley-Tradition LLC, National Fuel Gas, the OBSERVER, and The Post-Journal. For more information or to register, visit the Chamber website at, or call 484-1101 or 366-6200.

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I have several series of books for children and would I have a picture of like to find out how much John Glenn and they might be worth. They two astronauts who were include several volumes in King Hall, SUNY Fredonia the “Little Prudy” series the first toConcert land on the moon. from the 1890s. — Doris, It is a hologram from 1969. The land once known as Burma (now called Myanmar) What is it worth? — Steve, Alton, Ill. ishidden behind Keith andseveral I checked with Orlando, Fla. a gold and silk curtain. Patricia Sean Cassidy explore Myanmar in their quiet and gentle used- and rare-book I found one of the way, seeking to find out from what lies dealers, and they seem to holograms agree thatSeries mostSponsor: of the titles behindattheanfacade commonly 1969 online auction.presented in the “Little Prudy” series It fortourists. $95 and includto sold visiting Burma is an sell in the $10 to $25 range ed a clipped signature of amazingly beautiful land, rich in depending, of course, on Glenn’s. history and culture. Despite incredible condition and rarity. To see if hardships, the*** Burmese people arethere is any interest in them I have a cup and in your area, check out the among the friendliest on Earth saucer with a andused bookshops in your city. welcome visitors with smiles. “golfer” design of a man Most dealers are knowledgewith clubs. It was made by able and willing to help. Susie Cooper and is proba*** Use thisorcoupon to save bly from the 1940s ‘50s. While installing a Is this a keeper? I paid $10 for it at $2.00 an estate per sale. ticket*ceiling fan in my house, I found a blank — Bob, Homestead, Fla. Use special offer code wedding FPS in person, certificate in the Susie Cooper was attic from the Victorian by phone at 673-3501 online first affiliated with era.or Is there any value to it? the A.E. GrayatPottery — Ella, Aurora, Ill. pany in Henley, England, General admission. Tickets atAlthough the door. the copy of during the early 1920s. the certificate you sent Burma — 4/6/13 Eventually, she was offered me is ornate and interesting, space Crown Works *Notatvalid with any otherinoffer. Prior sales excluded. Burslem, and it was there it would more than likely sell that she really established in a shop for about $25. Write to Larry Cox in care her reputation. DuringSavings The Lake Shore Season the 1960s, she was chief of King Features Weekly designer for the Wedg- Service, P.O. Box 536475, FLSt. 32853-6475, group. In 1979, she Orlando, In wood October 1965 the Gateway Arch in Louis, received the Order of the or send e-mail to questionsMissouri, “known as the “Gateway to the West,” British Empire in the New Due to constructed in List. steel by Eerothe Saarinen, wasofcomlarge volume mail he Year’s Honors receives, Cox is unable to AfterThe a search, I found pleted. 630-foot parabolic archMr.commemoseveral cup and saucers personally answer all reader rated the Louisiana Purchase and the roleany questions. Docity’s not send designed by Cooper similar in to westward the set youexpansion. have, mostly materials requiring return priced in the $90 to $150 mail. range. Keeper, I’d say. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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ARIES: Many Planets and the Sun abound transiting through your Home sign this week indicating added strength to all possibilities which you may choose and may allow. These same transits can create energies which may allow you to find yourself in a highly emotional state through the sixth. The first and second may give way to indecision. Self responsibility is indicated through the sixth in order to insure rising above indecision and/or ego reactions. TAURUS: Current transits indicate a need for thinking and rethinking all possible decisions and or actions through the second. The second through the fourth indicate a need for double checking all possible actions in order to insure the greatest possible amount of flexibility is being utilized in all actions taken. There is possibility for dealing with and/or being observed by those from within groups and/or small groups of people. Self responsibility is indicate for positive outcomes. GEMINI: Financial decisions and/or investments/re-investments are indicated through the sixth.

Seeking professional advice and planning is indicated from the fourth through the fifth. A new business partnership m ay come into play on the fifth and the sixth. Those who are in a career and/or business where partnership is already in place- your partnership is indicated to be highlighted. There is a possibility this will be in areas of finances.


The first indicates a possible new romantic relationship for single Moon Children. A Scorpio and/or a Capricorn is highlighted. Moon children currently within a romantic relationship may consider enhancing their relationship by responding with their other half in ways they requested their mate to respond to them. The second through the fourth could find you interacting with your father and/or acting as a father. The fifth and sixth may find you best interacting with small groups of people.

LEO: Taking part in an active leadership role is indicated through the second. Indecision could keep you from obtaining an outcome which you have been working towards. The third and the fourth indicates a time for flexibility within all of life’s sectors. Allowing flexibility for self is indicated as well. Studies- whether formal education or otherwise is indicated from the fourth through the sixth. You may your self within a learning and/or a teaching situation. VIRGO:

Sitting back within indecision may cause you to miss out on opportunities which are indicated to be before you from the first through the fourth. Focus upon your own desires and/or goals are indicated through the fourth. Focus upon the goals of others are indicated on the fifth and the sixth. Your positive actions within both areas may bring about results which may even amaze yourself and/or those which you elect to assist.

LIBRA: The first three days of this week could find you in greater indecision than usual. Self responsibility to act and/or to react with wise decisiveness is indicated through the sixth. The second through the fourth allows you to be seen in a positive light by those who have the ability to open doors for you to your dreams and/or desires. Knowledge and the utilization of gained knowledge is indicated through the sixth. This may be done with or within groups of people.

SCORPIO: Current transits indicate this week could bring many life lessons your way through the sixth. The utilization of wisdom is indicated. The beginning of the week indicates a need to “keep the lid” upon a possible outburst with a heated temper. The second through the fourth indicates the need to act and react with “allow-ability” with self and others versus your inner nature to control. Single Scorpios may find the romantic love of their life from the fourth through the sixth. SAGITTARIUS:

You may be empowered by energies created via current transits at the beginning of this week. These same energies could also create energies which may allow you to experience a flood of emotions. The second through the fourth indicates a need to be kinder and more gentle with self and others. Self responsibility is indicated in order to keep criticism at a null. The second half of the fourth through the sixth indicates a time for socialization and enhancing a romantic relationship.

CAPRICORN: Transits at the start of this week indicate the possibility of feeling antsy and an

inner feeling of being “pulled in more than one direction.” The second through the fourth may find you being more “strong willed” at a time when flexibility and gentleness is indicated to be utilized with self and others within all of life’s sectors. Romance is in the air from the fourth through the sixth. The possibility of creating a life long romantic relationship is indicated. A Moon Child is indicated.

AQUARIUS: Transits at week’s start indicate a time to act as a role model to self through the first through the morning hours of the fourth. Transits indicate the possibility to act as a role model to others within all of life’s sectors. The fourth through the sixth could find you interacting with others in social situations. This time frame indicates a time in order to create and spend quintessential moments with a romantic partner and/or those within your inner circle. PISCES: The beginning of this week through the second could find you acting irresponsibly with others. A need to act and/or react responsibly through the fourth in order to maintain a “strong footing” ( especially in a career; business; work situation; and/or with a current romantic partner ) with those who support your highest and best is indicated. Transits from the fourth through the sixth indicate a time to be an inner and an outward role model via gentleness and kindness.

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Generations Of The Western World BORN End of the 19th century up to 1915

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Where Nice Teams Finish Last Kentucky was not merely “snubbed” by the NCAA selection committee; it was royally screwed. I’m not sure whom the admittedly volatile Wildcat coach John Calipari managed to anger, or what scandal lurks just below the surface at the program (mere speculation on both counts), but here’s a team that won the NCAA tournament last year, had a winning record in its conference and more than 20 wins — the traditional bar most teams must meet in order to make the tournament — and rather than getting a chance to defend its title, UK has been sent packing to the National Invitation Tournament. And I mean “sent packing” in the literal sense, too: Traditionally the first two rounds of the NIT are played at the higher seed’s home court. This year, an NCAA first-round bracket will be played on Kentucky’s home court, so the reigning champions — college basketball royalty — will be forced to mingle with the common folk outside the walls of Lexington’s 23,500 seat Rupp Arena castle on their way to the 3,000 seat Sewall Center in Coraopolis, Pa. This is not taking anything away from the fine Robert Morris squad or the suburban Pittsburgh university, but even the student body (about 5,000 strong) has to see the awkwardness of the situation. Interestingly enough, though I have lived in or

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Slices of lean pork tenderloin are quickly cooked with fresh asparagus and juicy orange pieces. 2 naval oranges 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 whole (about 3/4 pound) pork tender- loin, trimmed, thinly sliced diagonally 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 1/2 pounds thin asparagus spears, trimmed and each stalk cut in half Kumquats on the stem, for garnish 1. From 1 orange, grate 1 teaspoon peel and squeeze 1/4 cup juice. Cut off peel and white pith from remaining orange. Cut orange into 1/4-inch slices; cut each slice into quarters. 2. In nonstick 12-inch skillet, heat 1/2 teaspoon oil over medium-high heat until hot but not smoking. Add half the pork and sprinkle with 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/8 teaspoon pepper; cook 2 minutes or until pork just loses its pink color, stirring frequently. Transfer pork to plate. Repeat with remaining 1/2 teaspoon oil, pork, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and remaining 1/8 teaspoon pepper. Transfer pork to same plate. 3. To same skillet, add asparagus, garlic, orange peel, remaining 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 cup water; cover and cook about 2 minutes or until asparagus is tender-crisp, stirring occasionally. Return pork to skillet. Add orange juice and orange pieces; heat through, stirring often. Garnish with kumquats if you like. Serves 4. • Each serving: About 165 calories, 4g total fat (1g saturated), 50mg cholesterol, 495mg sodium, 8g total carbs, 2g dietary fiber, 24g protein. For thousands of tripletested recipes, visit our website at

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TUESDAY McDonald’s Restaurants first introduced the Big Mac systemwide in 1968. (The Big Mac had been introduced slightly earlier in a few stores in Pittsburgh.) It was followed by the Egg McMuffin (1973) and the Happy Meal (1979). Ronald McDonald had been introduced in 1963, several years prior to the Big Mac.

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Colonel Harland Sanders first introduced the world to the taste of his Original Recipe Kentucky Fried Chicken in 1939. Featuring a secret blend of 11 herbs and spices, news of the Colonel’s tasty chicken spread quickly, and by 1964 he had opened more than 600 Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. Today, security precautions protecting the Colonel’s secret recipe would make even James Bond proud. It is locked away in a safe in Louisville, Kentucky, and only a handful of people have ever been allowed to view the recipe. French fries are the single most popular fast food in America. In 1970, french fries surpassed regular potato sales in the United States. In 2004, Americans ate 7.5 billion pounds of frozen french fries. A&W Root Beer is named after Roy Allen and Frank Wright, the founders of the company. Allen bought the recipe from a pharmacist who had perfected it for making root beer. A&W was one of the first fast food franchises. Today, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo products are sold in every country in the world, except North Korea. In 1949, Forrest Raffel and his younger brother Leroy created a restaurant that sold roast beef sandwiches. They spelled out the initials “Raffel Brothers (RB) to create the name “Arby’s.”

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. 16 E. Howard Ave., Dunkirk. Open every Tuesday 6-8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until noon. You will need photo ID, proof of income, licenses for dogs and Rabies certificates for 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 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. 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. Dunkirk UMC Branch located at 6th & Washington, Hours M-F 9-1. Call 716-366-2230 for info. or online: 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. 10 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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