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I desire to move forward. It seems for every step I take forward; I end up taking ten or more steps backwards. Any insights are appreciated? Anonymous. As I come into your question- your spirit teachers and spirit guides step in here giving you unconditional love and light. Firstly, they are relaying a request from you...which is...to...please sit down and write/type out a goal plan or action plan in order for you to follow. They relay this is to be done in order for you to fully bring about your desired accomplishment(s). Secondly, they are relaying there is a need for “sticktoitiveness” from your behalf. They relay there is a need from you to see your desired accomplishment(s) through from beginning through end without “resting upon your laurels.” Your spirit teachers and guides clarify by relaying one must fully make accomplishment(s) of entirety...prior to celebrating partial accomplishments along the way and/or taking “breaks” from the desired entire accomplishment(s). They relay in order to do this...one may desire to change your thoughts by creating new thoughts which are in alignment with your desired outcome(s) and allows for thinking which is aligned with your desired outcome(s). Thirdly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay there is a need to make/place distractions at the bottom of your priority list(s). They relay you may be able to accomplish this by setting boundaries with those around you; with those who you would allow to act as a distraction(s) with your ability to be able to accomplish your burning desire(s); and with yourself ( when and where it comes to you interfering with allowing yourself to create your desired accomplishment(s). They add the following examples: Tell all others you are busy a head of time...giving very specific times; days; and/or dates. Consider unplugging the phone when you have scheduled time(s) to accomplish your goals. Allow the voice mail to take messages to be answered by you only once or twice per week with a set time which may be utilized by you to answer messages. Do the same with messages which are specific and necessary to accomplishing your burning desires...giving these return phone calls priority. Allow for socialization for once or twice weekly with limited time frames. Your spirit guides and spirit teachers reiterate this is up to you to see it through and insure its accomplishment from beginning through finality with each desired accomplishment(s). Your spirit guides and spirit teachers leave you with light and unconditional love for your path and for your self.

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ZODIACTION: For DECEMBER 1 - 7

(A syndicated column created, copyrighted and published by: Dennis Morley)

SAGITTARIUS: Energies created via transits may add an edge for emotions to escalate on the

first and second; consider turning them into possibilities which may co-inside with inner desires. The Sun and Moon both travel through your home sign on the second through the fourth allowing for the inner to be brought to the outer with self responsible permission. A sense of much needed grounding may occur on the fourth through the sixth allowing for additional views. The sixth and seventh may place you within groups of people with a common purpose.

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passionate romance with a mutually agreeable partner on the first. Passions continue to flare on the second with the New Moon appearing in the evening skies; consider placing these energies into near future possibilities. The third and fourth indicate flexibility with a possible evening of joviality conjoined with responsible socialization. Late afternoon of the fourth through the afternoon of the sixth create energies of inflexibility and possible isolation. Consider enjoying possible company from within your inner circle on the seventh.

AQUARIUS: Consider enjoying a passionate day on the first, which may include romance, with

a like minded person(s). Passionate ideas continue to the surface on the second; this evening’s New Moon allows placement of these ideas onto a “to do” list in order to bring them into fruition for possible gain. Fiery possibilities may be brought to the forefront by others for your completion on the third and fourth. Consider thoroughly thinking all things through on the fifth and sixth with flexibility prior to any action. The seventh opens doors to many possibilities for socialization; possibly involving others.

PISCES: Consider activities which involve a current, or possible future romantic partner, which allow the two of you to spend mutually agreed upon intimacy with one another. The second may find you placing new ideas forward to an authoritative figure to review for possible futuristic gain. Energies created via current transits from the second through the fourth indicate thinking everything through via utilizing all form of communication. Consider kindness over being right on the fifth and sixth. Consider all within your inner sector prior to finalizing any plans for socialization on the seventh.

ARIES: Passionate dreams may occur on the first and second which may involve you and another. Consider paying attention to the outer world as well in order to allow for possible futuristic possibilities. The second through the fourth may be best utilized for contemplation versus action. Gentleness and flexibility are indicated from the fourth through the sixth when it comes to self- and especially when it involves others. The evening of the sixth and throughout the seventh may find you socializing with others.

TAURUS: The first and second may find you passionately involved with one from a current romance or with a possible romantic partner- especially on the second for single Taurus. The need to be center of attention may become heightened from the evening of the second through mid-day on the fourth. Transits create energies which may allow you to feel suffocated and/or trapped on the fourth through the sixth; self responsibility to choose the opposite is indicated. Consider allowing time for visiting and being visited by others on the seventh.

GEMINI: Considering current relationships and spending passionate time with your romantic partner on the first and second is indicated. A change of perception on the second allows for new passionate beginnings within a relationship which may have been finalized. Consider and reconsider all thoughts and activities on the third and fourth. An authoritative figure may be silently observing your productivity on the fourth through the sixth; futuristic gain may be decided from this possibility. Allow time for family; chosen family; and friends on the seventh.

MOON CHILD: A Capricorn or Scorpio may be highlighted in passionately romantic activities on the first and second. A life time romance may be initiated for single Moon Children on the second. Consider allowing for fun and laughter with others on the second through the fourth. Balance may be acquired on the fourth through the sixth via utilizing energies which seem opposite of your nature on the fourth through the sixth. Consider entertaining at home or out and about on the seventh in activities which include others; this may include a teaching or learning activity.

LEO: Consideration of emotions is indicated for the first and second in order to differentiate between the difference between emotion and passion. The second allows personal passion to open doors to unrealized desires; it is up to us to make decisions and take action for carry through. The third through the fourth allows for fun and frolic which may place the lion center stage. The fourth through the sixth indicates flexibility and allowing others to be right. Consider spending times within and/or in front of groups of people while socializing on the seventh.

VIRGO: The first and second allows you to explore your passionate side with your current spouse; mate; or life partner. Single Virgo may become coupled for a lifetime on the first or the second. Consider placing grudges aside on the second through the fourth in order to explore beyond self created borders. Gentleness; kindness; and flexibility are indicated for the fourth through the sixth- with self- and with others. You may become the “entertainment” on the sixth and seventh within or in front of small; medium; or large gatherings of people. LIBRA: Transits on the first and second create energies which may allow for passions within a

romantic relationship or from within burning desires. The second allows for new beginnings via the New Moon Energies. Feeling inflated may occur while those around you seemed to be fueled by your energies on the second through the fourth. Utilizing flexibility on the fifth and sixth with others may be pleasing to an observing authoritative figure. The sixth and the seventh may find others mutually involved.

SCORPIO: Scorpio’s inner nature of passion is highlighted on the first and second; romance

and new romance may be mutually experienced. The need to control may keep new possibilities from occurring on the second. Allow for responsible socialization from the second through the fourth. Balance may occur on the fourth through the sixth allowing your inner self flexibility to acquire gain. Consider entertaining with others on the sixth and seventh; this may include from your home or theirs; self responsibility is indicated.

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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 The Chairman of the Chautauqua Lake Management Commission has been named as the recipient of the 2013 Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce Pam Lydic Coalition Builder Award. Lyle Hajdu will be presented with the award during the Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting. Mr. Hajdu is an attorney with Erickson, Webb, Scolton and Hadju. The CLMC was tasked with bringing together several groups and elected leaders around a common strategy to create, implement, and monitor a comprehensive lake and watershed management plan. The Commission is a collaborative partnership of volunteers from eleven member organizations dedicated to protecting the health, ecology, and enjoyment of Chautauqua Lake and its watershed for future generations. Under Hajdu’s leadership, the CLMC has produced a series of actionable steps to sustain Chautauqua Lake and its watershed. The award recognizes an individual who has worked hard to bring together groups of people around a common goal or objective. It is named in memory of Pam Lydic, the first Executive Director of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce, who passed away last year. It is particularly focused on those who have done their work consistently and often times in the background. Keynote speaker for the event is Dr. Cory Duckworth, the new president of Jamestown Community College. Dr. Duckworth was inaugurated as the eighth president of JCC during a ceremony at the Jamestown campus on November first. He previously served as Vice President of Student Affairs and Strategic Planning at Utah Valley University and Vice President for University Advancement and Marketing at Ferris State University. The Chamber’s Annual Meeting will be held at noon on Friday, December 6 at Shorewood Country Club, 4958 West Lake Road, Dunkirk. This event is sponsored by Artone, ConAgra Private Brands, Jamestown Community College, OBSERVER, The PostJournal, and Serta Mattress Company. The cost for lunch is $18 for Chamber members or $21 for non-members. You can make reservations through on the Chamber’s web site or by calling the Chamber offices at 366-6200 or 484-1101.

There are many ways to support the Repower Dunkirk movement in December. Here are just a few: Go to the PowerUpWNY web site and make your voice heard, attend a rally this coming Saturday in Dunkirk, attend the state Public Service Commission meeting in Albany to show your support in person! PowerUp WNY is a non-partisan coalition made up of regional businesses, labor, residents, and community leaders who want to see this project approved. Through their web site at www.powerupwny.com you can easily click the link to help/ join powerup. You will be asked to submit your zip code and email address, and your signature will be recorded in support of the NRG repowering plan. By signing the message, you’ll join the coalition and send a message to Governor Cuomo, asking him to support the Dunkirk project. NRG and Senator Cathy Young will hold a rally on the Dunkirk City Pier on Saturday, December 7 in support of the project. The event begins at 11 am and all are encouraged to attend. In addition, a bus trip to Albany is being planned for the upcoming PSC meeting December 19. Watch for more details in the next couple of weeks on how you can literally “get on board” the bus in support of Repowering Dunkirk. There are many benefits for Chautauqua County from the proposed $500-million project to convert the coal-fired NRG Dunkirk plant to natural gas: Maintaining a stable tax base countywide, especially for the City of Dunkirk and Dunkirk Public Schools; reducing air emissions from the plant by 99percent; maintaining a reliable, local source for energy generation; and creating good paying jobs. Repowering the NRG plant in Dunkirk is crucial for achieving energy sufficiency and cost-competitiveness. It is critical that New York State maintain the ability to generate electrical power and identify efficient ways to transmit that power. Without this plant, providers will be importing electricity into our state from facilities that may not be as environmentally friendly or as costcompetitive. Local jobs, our tax base, lower energy costs, a cleaner environment, and a more reliable electrical system in Western New York depend on the future of the NRG plant. Join us in helping to support this very important project. Throughout the Christmas shopping season, and all year long, the Chamber of Commerce urges you to shop locally. When you support local businesses, you are supporting local families and our local economy. Right here in Chautauqua County you can find an eclectic mix of merchandise including artisan, handcrafted and specialty items that may not be available anywhere else. If you can’t find just the right gift, consider Shop Chautauqua County Gift Checks. Available in denominations of $10, $15, and $25, these gift checks are a perfect gift. They can be used just like any check at more than 80 participating local merchants for everything from groceries to hardware to jewelry. Since its inception, the Chamber’s Shoptauqua Gift Check program has had a more than $2-million impact on the local economy. Shop Chautauqua County Gift Checks are available only through the Chamber of Commerce. Because processing may take a little time, we encourage you to call the Chamber to order ahead. That way, your Gift Checks can be ready when you want them. Please call the Chamber at 484-1101 or 366-6200. If you have signed Small Business Saturday entry forms to participate in the Chamber’s $300 Shoptauqua Gift Check drawing, please return them to one of the Chamber offices no later than Monday, December 16. The prize drawing will be held December 19. Support our local business, support local jobs and support our local economy, buy local this holiday season!


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Judge Richard Saletta would like to personally thank each and every one of you who supported me with your vote. I am proud to be elected as your Judge and serve for another four years. I will continue to be fair and impartial to all who appear before me. I take my position very seriously and enjoy serving the public. To all who assisted with my campaign, Thank You, especially my wife Anita, who helped me from the start as my “campaign manager”. She is my strength. Respectfully,

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The puck is made of vulcanized rubber, weighing in at six ounces and is three inches in diameter. Pucks are frozen before entering play to make them bounce resistant. ~~~~ The ice is approximately 3/4” of an inch thick and is usually chilled at 16 degrees fahrenheit. The thicker the ice, the softer and slower it becomes. ~~~~ In the days of black and white television it was difficult to differentiate between the red and blue lines, hence the broken red line. ~~~~ Maurice Richard was the first player to score fifty goals in one season. He reached the 50 goal mark in 50 games in the 1944-45 season. ~~~~ On November 28, 1979, Billy Smith of the New York Islanders became the first goaltender in NHL history to be credited with a goal. ~~~~ Clint Benedict was the first goalie to ever wear a mask, after a shot by Howie Mornez knocked him unconscious back in 1927. The mask was made out of leather, but when wearing it he could not see low shots, so it didn’t last. It wasn’t until November 1, 1959, when Jaques Plante of the Montreal Canadians became the second goalie to put on a mask. ~~~~ It was the New York Rangers who first pulled their goaltender for an extra skater, either 1939-40 or 1940-41. Frank Boucher, the club’s coach at the time is generally credited with the innovation. ~~~~ On Wednesday, September 23, 1992, Manon Rheaume made sports history by being the first woman to play in one of the four major sports leagues in the United States. She goaltended for the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League in a preseason game against the St. Louis Blues.

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