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Tues., Oct. 30th • 9am-5pm QUINLANS MEDICAL 229 Parrish St., Ste. 230, Canandaigua, NY 14424 ABC Breast Care Specialist, Nancy Kimmick, will be available for consultations and fittings. Please call Sue Pierce to schedule your appointment. PH: 585-394-2303

For The Family .............................Page 24 Garage Sales ...............................Page 6 Give and Take .............................Page 32 Health & Wellness ...............................Page 7 Home Services .............................Page 34 Hometown Events .............................Page 25 Passages .............................Page 17 Pet Place .............................Page 15 Puzzle Answers ...............................Page 7 Real Estate ...............................Page 3 Senior Center .............................Page 10 Worship Pages .............................Page 12

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RUMMAGE SALE Fri., Oct. 19th, 9am-6pm; Sat., Oct. 20th, 9am-12pm $2.00 Bag Sale, Sat. 12-2pm American Legion Auxiliary Unit 256 454 N. Main Street • Canandaigua Lower level, enter rear door. Drop-offs can be made 10/18 • 9-3 Proceeds to benefit Auxiliary programs.

Pittsford PTSA’s 55th Super Sale! Housewares* Toys* Games* Baby Gear* Appliances* Costumes* Sports Equipment* Bikes* Furniture* Clothes* Couture* Vintage* Shoes/ Boots. Wednesday, October 17th, 9-7pm; Thursday, October 18th & Friday, October 19th, 9-7pm, *Half Price Sale* Saturday, October 20th, 9am- noon, *Bag-It Sale!* Mendon High School Gym, 472 Mendon Rd 14534 *Rt 64.

RUSH: 7872 West Henrietta Road. 10/20-21. (8:30-4pm) Highend wood and metal shop machinery. Wood & metal lathes, jointers, cabinet saws, shaper tons more. Antique furniture and household items. CANANDAIGUA: 41 Midlakes Dr. (behind American Legion). MOVING/ GARAGE SALE. October 20th (9-4pm). Large sectional, coffee table, glass top wrought iron dining table w/ 6 retro chairs, day bed, home office hutch, misc. kitchen & household, free stuff. See pics on Craigslist.

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RUMMAGE SALE: FAIRPORT: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 77 Country Corner Lane (off Ayrault Rd.) 10/25-26 (9am-4pm) 10/26 half price all day. 10-27 (9am-noon). $4 Bag Day! LIMA: 7403 Stone Hill Road (East of 15A). 10/19-20 (9am). Bittersweet, Rose Hips, painted old furniture, wooden sunflowers. Pictures on Craigslist.

HONEOYE FALLS: 150 Hyde Park. 10/19 & 10/20 from 9-4pm. Everything must go! Books, games, toys, wickers, glasswares, holidays decorations, Xmas tree, tools, furniture & much more!

BLOOMFIELD: 2180 County Road 35. 10/5-7 & 10/12-14. (9AM-5PM) MOVING SALE EVERYTHING must go!furniture, Appliances, house wares, Many craft supplies, Syracuse china, Outdoor bar, Archery package,and more.


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Flu Shot Clinics The standard 2018-2019 018-2019 vaccine provides protection tion against four flu viruses, including H3N2 and H1N1. Go Figure!

CANANDAIGUA Tuesday, October 16 3 pm to 7 pm Canandaigua Emergency Squad

This year, there is a second option for those 65 and older. This high-dose flu vaccine contains additional antigen designed to create a stronger immune response in the person getting the vaccine. The high-dose vaccine protects against three flu viruses.

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Reducing Eye Strain --DEAR DR. ROACH: Would you mind providing some guidelines for preventing eye strain? I’m a graduate student, so I spend a lot of time reading, both from computer screens and from books. I will always need to read to get things done, but I’d also like my eyes to last me my whole life. -- B.I. ANSWER: We tend to spend a lot of time reading or in front of computer screens, and eye strain is very common. I think eye problems from excess screen time and reading fall into two categories: dry eyes and muscle strain. Computer users in particular can get dry eyes, largely from decreased blinking. Unfortunately, “blink more” isn’t likely to be successful advice, so I recommend an eye lubricant, used periodically during computer work if you have any sense of eye fatigue or strain. If dry eyes are part of your problem, you will feel relief immediately, and you should use a drop in each eye every few hours. Muscle strain comes from staring at one point of focus -- your computer screen -- for long periods of time. Also, many people tend to hold their shoulders and neck in an uncomfortable position during computer work or play. The solution is to get away from the computer for a while. I recommend getting up and pacing periodically, since prolonged sitting isn’t good for you. Another option is the 20-20-20 rule (I haven’t been able to discover who made the rule, but I think it makes sense): Look at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds every 20 minutes. This can help prevent fatigue to the ciliary muscles, the muscles of the eye. Some people, especially those who are nearing or past their 50th birthday, might benefit from very mild reading glasses when using the computer. There is a science behind adjusting your workspace, lighting and monitor settings to reduce strain. There are apps to remind you to take breaks periodically and to change the color of your computer to make it easier on the eyes. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have had nail fungus since 1985 in both my toenails and my fingernails. I was treated with oral Lamisil, but it did nothing for my big toe. I have been treated by skin and foot specialists, but the problem has continued progressively over the years. I am 80 years old, and it’s still there. Is there really any hope for cases like mine? -- C.J.R. ANSWER: Are you sure you really want the condition treated? The treatments have potential for real harm, even though it isn’t likely. If the issue is strictly cosmetic, I wouldn’t recommend treatment. If it’s for pain or because you have had skin or soft tissue infections in the area, then treatment is reasonable. If you pursue treatment, get a culture done to be sure you know what you are treating. Sometimes what looks like a nail infection is really something else (psoriasis, eczema, lichen planus or others). Depending on what the culture shows, you might benefit from itraconazole, an oral antifungal agent. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Everyday ways to help your elderly neighbors Thoughtful men, women and children can give back to their communities in various ways. Coaching youth sports, volunteering with local charities and donating to local food or clothing drives are just a few of the ways you can help make your community a better place. Another way to give back is to help your elderly neighbors who may not be as independent as they once were. Such men and women may have physical limitations that compromise their ability to perform everyday tasks. People in the prime of their life take their ability to perform such tasks for granted. While these gestures might seem simple, helping your elderly neighbors with their everyday tasks can have a profound impact on their lives. • Ask if a neighbor needs anything from the grocery store. Everyone forgets to buy something at the grocery store from time to time. That’s a minor inconvenience to most people, but it can have a much bigger impact on elderly people who have mobility issues. Before taking trips to the grocery store, make it a habit to call an elderly neighbor and ask if he or she needs anything. • Invite seniors over for dinner or other gatherings. Many seniors deal with social isolation, which occurs when they lack opportunities to interact with other people. Recent data from the Administration on Aging indicates that 35 percent of women over the age of 65 were widows and almost half of women 75 and older live alone. Inviting elderly neighbors who live alone over for dinners, movie nights or game watches once per week is a great way to help them avoid social isolation and give them something to look forward to.

simple tasks like mowing the lawn, taking out the garbage and even vacuuming can be difficult for seniors with physical limitations. Pitching in to help with such chores once or twice a week won’t require much time on your part and can have a significant impact on the lives of your aging neighbors. • Drive seniors to religious services. Attending religious services is important to many seniors, but those who can no longer drive themselves to weekly services may not be attending them as much as they would like. Whether you attend such services or not, offer to drive an elderly neighbor on Sunday mornings (or whenever weekly services are held). Religious services can help seniors stay connected to their faith and their communities, and driving an elderly neighbor to and from houses of worship once per week won’t require a significant commitment of your time.

Helping your elderly neighbors is a great and often simple way • Help with some weekly chores. Seniors living on fixed incomes may find it difficult to maintain their homes. Relatively to give back to your community.

LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE AFTER 50 (NAPSI)—For many people, navigating life and love as they get older can be challenging. Adjusting to change, seeking a new partner, or simply breaking out of a rut may feel overwhelming. In the hilarious hit comedy “Book Club,” four mature women in different circumstances discover that you’re never too old to enjoy life or pursue love. That’s a message author and newspaper columnist Tom Blake agrees with wholeheartedly. Blake has written more than 4,000 articles and newsletters on the topic and offers this advice, which is reflected in the movie: 1. Give love a chance in later years: Put yourself out there; everyone deserves love. 2. Don’t worry about what others think: Do what’s right for you. 3. Loosen up: Don’t be too set in your ways. 4. Change your routine: Be open to new experiences. 5. Don’t let your children make decisions for you: No one knows you better than you. 6. Have fun: Don’t stop living before you stop living! In “Book Club,” legendary actresses Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburgen star respectively as a widow, single, divorcée and long-married woman who hilariously shake up their lives by diving into the infamous book “Fifty Shades of Grey.” From discovering new romance to rekindling old flames, the lifelong friends inspire each other to make their next chapter the best chapter. “’Book Club’ has wonderful messages about never giving up on life or love no matter how old you are,” said Blake. “Good things can happen when you venture out and meet new people.” To liven up your life, check out “Book Club” on DVD, Blu-ray or iTunes and go to for more tips from Blake.


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Catholic Sts. Mary & Matthew Faith Community - Rev. Hoan Dinh St. Mary’s, Honeoye Mon.: 9am Prayer Service; Wed.: 9:30am Mass; Sun.: 8:30am Mass St. Matthew, Livonia Tues.: 9am Prayer Service; Sat.: 3:30pm Reconciliation, 4:30pm Mass; Sun.: 10:30am Mass

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St. John’s Lutheran Church 153 Church Ave., Farmington • 315-986-3045 • Pastor Robert Weidmayer Worship Times: Sundays at 8:30am and 11:00am Sunday School & Bible Studies: Sundays at 9:45am Bible Studies: Wednesdays at 11:00am

St. Mark Lutheran Church (Mendon) 18 Victor-Mendon Road (east of Rte. 64) • 624-1766 Pastor Brian K. Smith Sunday Worship: 9:00am; Christian Education: 10:30am Handicap accessible & assistive listening

Christian Science Church 3350 Middle Cheshire Rd., Canandaigua, NY 14424 Sunday Service & Sunday School: 10:30AM Wednesday Testimonial Meeting Noon at Church Reading rm. @ Church Tues. 11AM - 2:30PM & before & after services • Sandi Eckler 585-657-6349 for more information

Community Church

M ethodist Canadice United Methodist Church 5949 Canadice Hill Road & Route 37, Canadice Corners • 367-2724 Pastor Ron Palmer 9am Worship Service Children’s Sunday School Wheelchair accessible

Victor Community Church Now located at 7500 Route 251 in Victor Mailing: P.O. Box 49, Victor • 444-6000 www. Sunday Services 10:00am Casual atmosphere, contemporary worship band Children’s/youth programs; small groups

Allens Hill United Methodist Church 3894 Allens Hill Rd. (County Rd. 40) Bloomfield • 229-4966 Pastor Ron Palmer Sunday Worship 11:00am Sunday School for all ages during service. Come worship with us.

Episcopal St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 44 Main St., Bloomfield • 657-6715 Rev. Denise Yarbrough, Priest Rev. Richard Krapf, Deacon Eucharist & Sunday School 10am FREE Family Movie - 3rd Sunday, 3-5pm

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Finger Lakes Bible Church Barry Slater, Pastor “Building Lives on God’s Word” Holiday Inn Express, 330 Eastern Blvd., Canandaigua (Across from Wegmans)

Worship: Sun. 9:45am • Bible Study: Wed. 6:45pm 585-622-7161 • •

Lutheran Lutheran Church of the Epiphany LCMS 6050 East Avon-Lima Rd. (Rt. 5 & 20), E. Avon • 226-2200 Email: Sun. Worship 10:30am Bible Study 8:30am

Door to Hope Church 3844 County Rd. 46, Canandaigua • 394-3390 • Pastor Barry & Anita Smith Sunday Family Worship Service 10:45am; Wednesday Weekly Prayer Meeting 6:00pm “Everyone Is Welcome”

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9041 West 20A, Honeoye • 367-3230 Pastor John Karle Sunday School 10am • Service 11am Sunday Evening Bible Study & Prayer 6pm


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Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church of Victor 70 East Main Street, Victor • 924-2289 • Pastor Colin E. Pritchard Collaborative Worship Service & Sunday School 10:00am Sundays FREE Community Dinners, 2nd Saturday of each month, 5-7pm Website has mission/education opportunities open to all.

Unitarian Universalist Unitarian Universalist Church of Canandaigua Nurturing mindfulness, opening to life’s gifts and engaging the world through acts of love 3024 Cooley Rd. right off 5 and 20 • 396-1370 Sunday services and Religious Education, 10am

United Church of Christ

United Church of Bristol, U.C.C. County Rd. 2 (Oakmount & Co. Rd. 2) • Bloomfield, NY 14469 • Rev. Tim Hamlin Services: Sunday at 10am • Fellowship after services. Sunday school during the church service from Sept. - May. Handicap accessible & assistive listening

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585-394-1381 Hours: M-Th. 9am-9pm, Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 1pm-4pm

Spotlight On: Lois Ehlert Mon, Oct 15 I 1:00-2:00PM Ages 3-5. Stories, crafts, games and snacks for preschoolers based on the creative books by Lois Ehlert. Registration requested. Monday Night Movie: A Quiet Place Mon, Oct 15 I 6:30-8:00PM In a post-apocalyptic world, a family is forced to live in silence (PG-13). Popcorn offered. Wood Library Café Wed, Oct 17 I 10:00AM-12:00PM Breakfast treats, coffee, and conversation. All are welcome! Crafter-school Special: Jabbertalkies and Spooky Snacks Wed, Oct 24 I 4:00-5:00PM Grades K-5. Create talking puppets and ghoulish snacks. Registration requested.


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Kittelbergers Celebrates 90 Years in Webster Community By Daria Reitknecht Edited by Amanda Dudek We are honored to be acknowledged for our 90-year anniversary. As we reflect on that accomplishment of longevity, it brings us back to the start. Our family uses 1928, when Kittelberger’s opened as a farm, as our official starting date, but our story actually began much earlier. Jenny and Will Kittelberger lived on the property where our current store still stands. Although our store has expanded, we have never moved from our North Avenue location in Webster. Jenny had a small greenhouse from which she sold annuals and plants. The earliest records we can find of Jenny’s sales were in 1915 when she sold plants to a church. Jenny and Will brought William Fuchs over from Germany to work with them and help them garden. After Mr. Fuchs met Pauline - at night school to learn English - they married and continued to pursue Jenny’s love of flowers together. It is this 1928 date that represents the start of Kittelbergers for our family. Over the next 90 years many changes have occurred. In 1950, Martin Horeth, an immigrant from Romania, joined William, “Willy,” and Pauline at the florist shop. In the early 1950s, they built a small storefront to house the business along with some pottery and other gardening accessories. Soon Martin fell in love with Willy and Pauline’s daughter, Hilda, and they were married. In the early 1960s, the original Kittelberger House was demolished to make way for Orchard Street to connect the village with the booming Xerox Corporation. A ranch house was built next to the shop for Martin and Hilda’s growing family. That house, in which they raised all five of their children, is now part of the florist shop gift area. Major renovations happened to the structure in the 1970s and 1980s, and in 2001, the major mid-section was torn down and rebuilt, expanding the business into an approximately 21,000 square foot structure. The business still has all five of Hilda and Martin’s children as well as six of the fourthgeneration children operating it. Flowers are still their main business, but the retail business, which includes jewelry, purses, scarves, home decor and much more, is a large part of their total business. There are so many different things they sell. It is not unusual for their customers to spend an hour in the shop just browsing, and their biggest holidays are Mother’s Day and Christmas. In December, Kittelberger’s also holds classes on how to decorate for the holidays. Kittelberger’s now has 50 full and part-time employees some of whom have been with the company more than 30 years. Kittelberger’s also has a strong presence in the

6750 County Rd. #32 Bristol Center 585-229-5862 Mon. 3pm-7pm; Tues. 10am-2pm Wed. 3pm-7pm; Thurs. 3pm-8pm; Fri. & Sat. 10am – 2pm

Claire at Kittelberger’s Eric Designing at Kittelberger’s

Bristol Library Events: October 12 -31 Bristol Fiber Artists 2nd & 4th Tues., 10AM Euchre Every Thursday, 3 to 5PM PJ Story Time & Craft 6-6:45PM Bristol Rocks Painting All Ages • 12-2PM, 10/26 Children’s Movie 10/26, 12-2PM BYO Lunch Snack & Juice Provided, Trunk or Treat 10/29 • 6-7PM Rain or Shine Call for Info 585-229-5862

GVPS ONLINE POLL: Webster community and pride themselves on being civic minded. Says the family, “We have loved the privilege of doing business in Webster. Like flowers and plants, our roots have been planted here and have remained in the same soil. The families of Webster and surrounding areas have not only been our customers but have become our friends, as well. We have celebrated with them, brought comfort in times of sorrow, welcomed new members to the family, and helped them show signs of affection and love. We hope many smiles have been brought to faces and have brightened gloomy days. We are proud to be a part of the Webster Community and look forward to keeping Webster a place “Where Life Is Worth Living!” For more information, visit Kittelberger’s website at Check them out on Facebook and Instagram, as well.


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Penny Saver Pet of the Week Hi, my name is Rumpy! I’m an almost 4 year old girl and I love to eat, play and nap. I’m very sociable and even like taking drives in the car. When I see my human daddy I just can’t stop rolling.

October 19th (10-7) & 20th (10-5) Discover the stone more revered than diamond in Asia. Hear from a 3rd generation carver about its history & lore. There will be a large selection of Jadeite to choose from and of course refreshments. Please be our guest for an interesting & informative event.

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Send us a photo and brief write-up of your pet and we’ll feature it as the “POW.” Featured pets will be entered in the Pet of the Year Contest and become eligible to win a gift. Email to: or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.

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Robert O. Damann “Bob” September 30, 2018 Canandaigua: Robert O. Damann (Bob), age 97 of Canandaigua, New York, died September 30, 2018. Bob was born August 18, 1921, the son of the late Frederick and Hazel Damann. He is preceded in death␣by his first and second wives,␣ Margaret and Joan. He is survived by his sons, Rick (Ginny) Damann, Bill ( Janice) Lischeid and Ron Lischeid; grandchildren; Justin, Michael, Kellie, Kurt and Greg, as well as seven great-grandchildren, and his beloved dog, Cody. Bob was the type of man that would go out of his way to help anyone, even a stranger. He had a passion for generosity. He was the rock of the Damann Family and a loving husband, father, grandfather, greatgrandfather, and a dear friend to many. He showed those close to him how to be strong even when the hard times hit. Bob will be greatly missed, but his spirit will live on in the hearts of the many lives he has touched. A Memorial Service and burial will be held privately by the family. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Cheshire Volunteer Fire Department, 4285 Route 21, Canandaigua, NY 14424. Please visit: to send a condolence to the family.

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BLOOMFIELD Pulled Pork Dinner - Saturday, October 20th from 11AM-4PM at Shivers Shakes & Cones Inc, 6600 Rt. 5&20, Bloomfield. Sponsored by the First Congregational Church of East Bloomfield. Cost: $12.

CANANDAIGUA Nar-anon Family Group Meeting: Weekly support group for friends and family of addicts. Whether they have found recovery or are still struggling with it. Come join us at The United Presbyterian Baptist Church, 11 Gibson St. in Canandaigua. Use side door to basement. Starts at 7PM till 8PM every Monday until December 31, 2018. Coffee and Friendship are always available. Got Pills? Medication Take Back Event - The Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is collaborating with the Ontario County Sheriff’s Department to host National DEA Day to take back unwanted medication at the Canandaigua Wegmans, 345 Eastern Blvd., Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10am-2pm. Residents can drop off any unwanted medication including over the counter, prescription and pet medications. They can also drop off liquid and needle based medication at this event. These events help us prevent against addiction, accidental poisoning and protect the environment. Questions? Partnership for Ontario County 585-396-4554.

Ontario County Lyme Support Meetings will take place the third Wednesday of every month 6:30pm-8pm at the Canandaigua Fire Hall, 335 S. Main St., Canandaigua. Lyme is the most widespread vector-borne disease in the USA. Lyme and tick-borne diseases can lead to neurologic, cardiac, psychiatric and arthritic symptoms in humans. If illnesses are not diagnosed correctly and treated early and adequately, over time immune system breakdown can render patients severely ill and more difficult to cure. Our meeting coordinators can be contacted at Fall Fest - Celebrate Fall with Ontario ARC! Saturday, October 20 at Lincoln Hill Farms, 3792 NY 247, Canandaigua! Doors open 11AM-3PM. Family-friendly event! Admission: $10 per person at the door, children 12 and under are FREE! Pumpkin patch, bounce house, farm animal petting area, lawn games, and live music by The Endless Mountain Derelicts at no cost! Spin art tee shirts by Tornado T’s available for $15 each or $6 if a shirt is provided. Food, beer, and wine available for purchase. All proceeds support the Friends of Ontario ARC Foundation. https:// All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast - Sunday, October 21, 8am-11am, Cheshire Fire Hall #1, 4285 Rt. 21 South, Canandaigua. Adults - $7, Children age 5-12 - $3, Children under age 5 - Free.

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AARP Safe Driving Class - Take this safe driving course and get a discount on auto insurance. Registration is required and you must attend both sessions to receive credit. Class is Thursday, October 18 and Friday, October 19 from 10:30-1:30pm. Bring a driver’s license and AARP membership card (if you are a member). Make check payable to AARP. $20 AARP members, $25 non-members. www. 7 Easy Steps to Growing Microgreens at Home - Learn how to grow microgreens at home this winter with Petra Page-Mann, founder of Fruition Seeds in Naples, NY. She has grown organic microgreens for over a decade. Free to the public or bring $10 and get a seedling tray, organic soil, and three packets of organic seeds. October 25, 6:30pm-8pm, Wood Library, 134 N. Main St., Canandaigua. www.woodlibrary. org. Canandaigua Community Toastmasters has a new meeting location. We will be meeting on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at the Lyons National Bank, 3225 East Lake Road Room #215 starting on October 17th. Please visit for more information. Visitors always welcome! Senior Citizens of Canandaigua meeting - These Meetings are held at Noon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. They usually last approximately 2 hours. Bring a sandwich, coffee is available. This meeting will feature DAZZLE & DIZZY a clown show. Come on down and have some fun. All over age 54 are welcome. The apartment building is behind the Wood Library. We are experiencing some construction work, if you have difficulty with access please call (585) 394-4292. Art Exhibit By Ontario Co. Arts Council member artists “Rock Paper - Scissors” A collection of sculpture paintings, photography and artwork created with paper. Meet the participating artists at the Ontario Co. Historical Museum at 55 North Main Street, Canandaigua on October 27 from 3-5pm. Refreshments will be served. Friends in Concert III - Join us Sunday, October 28, 1-3pm at the First Congregational Church, 58 N. Main St., Canandaigua for an afternoon you won’t soon forget. This is a free concert- any donations will benefit Light Hill, Canandaigua’s Comfort Care Home and Gleaners Community Kitchen. Connie Fredericks-Malone performs, singing Pop, Rock and Soul with Canandaigua’s own Mike Yacci, Jeff Sawyer & Dan Batchelor. Don’t miss the special tribute tp Aretha! We encourage everyone to bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Gleaner’s Community Kitchen.


9th Annual Canandaigua Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run & Walk takes place in Canandaigua on Thanksgiving Morning at F.A. Baker Memorial Park. To register visit the race website at canandaigua-ny/running/distancerunning-races/canandaigua-turkeytrot-2018. Pre-register for the race for a discounted rate of $15; Online registration closes November 21st; Day of registration will be $20; Children under 12 can race for free and do not need to be registered to participate. Proceeds will benefit the Friends of Ontario ARC Foundation. To get started, visit https:// CanandaiguaTurkeyTrot2018.

DANSVILLE Paws & Pints at Battle Street Brewery, 4 Battle Street, Dansville on Saturday, October 13, 1-4pm. Adoption & Rescue Dog & Cat Benefit for Hornell Area Humane Society, SusieQ Dog ResQ and Diabetic Alert Service Dog. Come and meet adoptable dogs & cats and professionals from the pet community. Guiding Eyes * K’s Canine Training Service, Mudd-N-Mutts Groomer. Come see a K9 Unit Demonstration. Bring a Monetary Donation or any item from our Wish List (Office Supplies, Cleaning Supplies and Food & Kennel Care) to win a variety of gift baskets on display.

FARMINGTON Celebrate Dance - Saturday, October 20, 6-7:30pm, Cobblestone Theater, 1622 Route 332, Farmington. Local choreographers and dancers will present new work. Featuring Erin DeLucia-Benson, Sarah Andreacchi, Mossa Dance, Mariah Maloney, N’Jelle GageThorne, Heather Roffe, and Nanako Horikawa Mandrino. Happy hour at 5 pm. Cost: $18 general admission, $15 senior citizens and students. http://www.cobblestoneartscenter. com/fallperformanceseries

GENEVA Got Pills? Medication Take Back Event - The Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition is collaborating with the Ontario County Sheriff’s Department to host National DEA Day to take back unwanted medication at the Geneva Wegmans, 300 Hamlin St. Saturday, October 27, 2018 10am-2pm. Residents can drop off any unwanted medication including over the counter, prescription and pet medications. They can also drop off liquid and needle based medication at this event. These events help us prevent against addiction, accidental poisoning and protect the environment. Questions? Partnership for Ontario County 585-396-4554.


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Story Time with Sheryl - Join us for story time. Registration is required. Program is for ages 3-6 and their families. Held Monday, October 15, 5:30-6:30pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. Email Intermediate - Participants will learn intermediate email skills and settings, including: how to create labels and organize emails; how to search for emails; importing other email addresses to Gmail; how to apply filters; how to set up a signature or vacation auto-reply; and creating contact groups. Registration is required. Requirements: typing skills; mouse skills; Gmail email address; basic understanding of Gmail. Held Monday, October 15, 2-3pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. 315-789-5303, gpltech1015 Computer Class: Online Shopping - Participants will learn how to use websites such as Amazon and eBay to shop online. Registration is required. The Library is not affiliated with Amazon or eBay. Participants who do not have an email address should arrive early to create one. Be sure to bring your cell phone if you have one. Requirements: mouse skills; typing skills; email address. October 17, 5:30-6:30pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. http:// Cookbook Club: Halloween Cookbook Club will meet once a month to share a potluck style meal. All you have to do is bring a prepared dish to share, and the cookbook that inspired the recipe. For the meeting, our theme is, “Halloween.” Ghoulish goodies and scary side-dishes will make for a monstrous meal. Registration is required for this event. gplcook1018, 315-789-5303. Held Thursday, October 18, 5:30pm6:30pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. Science Saturday - Learn how to make a scary looking hand-print and write secret messages. Ages 7-10. Registration required. Held Saturday, October 20, 12-1pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. scisat1020, 315-789-5303. Genealogy Research Club Attendees will have the opportunity to share recent research successes and new research tools they discovered as well as a chance to meet other community members interested in family history research. Attendees will also have the chance to use the Library’s computers to conduct research and print their findings with the assistance of a Library staff member. Held Saturday, October 20, 10am-11:30am at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. genealogyclub.

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The American Red Cross will be holding a Blood Drive at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St. on Monday, October 15th. Appointments can be scheduled from 2-7PM; walk-ins are also welcome. Visit http://www. to make an appointment, or call 1-800-REDCROSS.


Fall Flea Market & Craft Sale Holiday items, Clothing, Crafts, Toys, Games, etc. Saturday, October 20, 9am to 3pm at the Honeoye Masonic Center, 4994 County Rd. 36, Honeoye. Sponsored by Eagle Star #350, Order of the Eastern Star NYS. Questions to Amy - 585-229-2253.

MENDON Stories & Crafts: Monster Marshmallow Pops - Ages 6-10. It’s almost Halloween. Join us for some silly monster stories then make your own deliciously hideous creation to eat or take home. Limited to 12 youth. Held October 18, 4-5:15pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. http:// The Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra will perform a classical music concert on October 21st at the Geneva Presbyterian Church, 24 Park Place in Geneva at 3pm. In celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday, the concert will open with his favorite piece: The Overture to Candide! This will be followed by the Romance for Bassoon and Orchestra by Elgar, Lorraine Jones Soloist! The Elegy by Corigliano will follow. The final piece will be Symphony No 8 in G Major by Dvorak. A reception will follow to mingle with the conductor and the orchestra! Cost: $10/$7.

HONEOYE Celtic Journey - A Spiritual Gathering - “Imagination: the Soul of Spirituality”. Sunday, October 14. All meetings are 6 PM @ Honeoye UCC, 8758 Main Street, Honeoye, (585) 371-8880. Gatherings include quiet, contemplative worship--meditation, prayer, and sharing the bread and cup. For more information, contact the church at Fall Soup/Bread/Dessert Fund Raiser - Honeoye United Church of Christ - Fall Soup/Bread/Dessert Fund Raiser! Free will offering and donations gratefully accepted to benefit Benincasa Hospice (Mendon, NY) in memory of Carol Van Dusen. Join us on Saturday, October 27, 11:30-2pm at the Honeoye United Church of Christ, 8758 Main Street, Honeoye. Come and enjoy some great music, enjoy some fall foods, and help out a wonderful hospice. http:// Fall Flea Market & Craft Sale Holiday items, Clothing, Crafts, Toys, Games, etc. Held Saturday, October 20, 2018, 9am-3pm at the Honeoye Masonic Center, 4994 County Rd 36, Honeoye. Sponsored by Eagle Star #350, Order of the Eastern Star NYS. Questions to Amy - 585-229-2253.

Community Open Meal - All are welcome! Join us for a free meal and fellowship on Saturday, October 13th from 3-4pm at the Msgr. Schnacky Center located in St. Catherine of Siena Church. The church is located at 26 Mendon Ionia Road in Mendon and the center is handicapped accessible. This month will feature a German fare of meats, sides and desserts. For more information, contact the church rectory at 624-4990.

MIDDLESEX The Potter Volunteer Fire Department - Breakfast at the Potter Fire House, 1255 Phelps Road, the third Sunday of each month October 21, from 8AM till Noon. We will be serving Pancakes, sausages, home fries, breakfast sandwiches, eggs, toast, coffee, juice and more!

NAPLES Longevity Lounge - The lounge meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, 10:30 AM to noon and provides a place where adults can gather, socialize, play board and card games, read newspapers and magazines, and enjoy coffee, tea and light refreshment. Conversation Table open to all. Naples Library, 118 South Main St., Naples. Hike Finger Lakes Trail in Naples - Hike & Explore the woods decked out in Autumn colors on a portion of the Finger Lakes Trail in Naples on Sunday, October 14 from 2-4PM. Join Springwater Trails for the outing, followed by a social get-together at the Neapolitan Pizzeria in Naples. For additional info/ directions/updates visit the website:

ROCHESTER Alzheimer’s Association Walk To End Alzheimer’s 2018 - Saturday, October 20, 2018, at the Frontier Field in Rochester, raising awareness and funds to fight the disease. Walk participants will complete a 1-mile or a 3-mile walk. Walk participants will also honor those affected by Alzheimer’s or another dementia with the poignant Promise Garden ceremony emceed by Scott Spezzano, host of The Breakfast Buzz on 98.9 FM. Register today. Sign up as a Team Captain, a team member or an individual at


4th Annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Sale! Community Christian Church, 2647 Chili Avenue, Rochester will host its 4th Annual Holiday Arts & Crafts Sale on Saturday, October 20, 2018, 10am-4pm. Quality handmade arts and crafts by local vendors. Baked goods and snack bar available. **JOIN US FOR THE RAFFLE**. Free admission.

RUSHVILLE LeTourneau Christian Center Ladies Luncheon - LeTourneau Christian Center’s Blessed Hope October luncheon will be held on Friday, October 26 at 11am. The program is titled “Flourishing in God” and the speaker will be Margi Stevens. Margi is from Lima and is an author, speaker, artist and director of Embracing Grace Ministries. Program and lunch is only $12. Please call 585-554-3400 on or before October 19 to make your reservation or email lccmail@ LeTourneau Christian Center is located at 4950 County Road 11, Rushville, NY.

SHORTSVILLE Shortsville Railroad Station Museum Open House - The Lehigh Valley Railroad Historical Society Station Museum at 8 East High Street in Shortsville will be open to the public on Sunday, October 21. Hours will be 1pm to 3pm. A large collection of historical artifacts from the Lehigh Valley Railroad is on display at the museum. The gift shop will be open. Admission is free; donations are welcome. For more information, visit www.lvrrhs. org or call 585-289-9149.

VICTOR Al Sigl Community WalkAbout Date: Sunday, October 28, 2018. Time: 8:30am Registration and 9:30am Start. Location: Eastview Mall, Victor. Sponsored by: Ability Partners Foundation, 585-412-9040.

W. BLOOMFIELD “Drive Thru” Chicken-N-Biscuit Dinner: Saturday, October 27. Cost: $9. “Drive Thru Only” 3pm to 6pm. To Go Dinners - Chicken-nBiscuits w/gravy, green beans, applesauce, and a dessert. Held at the Francis M. Dalton American Legion, 2475 Rt. 65, West Bloomfield. Presented by The Lima American Legion Riders Chapter 282.


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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS: PRESCHOOL STORY HOUR: Wednesdays at 10:00 A.M. Include craft activities, snacks. HOMESCHOOL GROUP: Wednesdays at 11:00 A.M. Students of all ages are welcome to learn and participate in lessons planned by library staff. KIDS PROGRAMS: AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Kids. Join us on Tuesdays at 3:30 PM. We will read, build, cook, and have fun playing games. TWEEN & TEEN PROGRAMS: DIY 4 YA @ THE LIBRARY: Fridays at 4:30 P.M. Bring your friends to make unique things and enjoy fancy beverages. ADULT PROGRAMS: EUCHRE NIGHTS: Thurs. Oct. 11th & 25th at 6:30 P.M. CARD CLUB SATURDAYS: Oct. 13th & 27th at 10:00. A.M. COOKBOOK CLUB DINNER: Pick a recipe from our Apples and Pumpkins Books! Register your offering. Bring your dish to pass, and eat! Oct. 16th at 6:30 P.M COMPUTER HELP HOURS: October 12th at 5:00 P.M and Oct.15th at 2:00 P.M. SPECIAL PROGRAMS: STAR WARS PARTY: Kids of all ages, join us for Star Wars film screenings, games, and more. Friday Oct. 26th 1:00-5:00 P.M. FAMILY FUN WITH FALL: Paint pumpkins, make decorations, and enjoy classic seasonal activities with a library twist. Join us on Oct. 27th from 10:00-12:00. If you couldn’t make it in on Saturday, the fun continues into Sunday from 2:00-3:30 P.M. OTHER EVENTS: LIBRARY BOARD MEETING Oct. 22nd at 7:00 P.M. Meetings are open to the public. We invite comments. (Call us at 585-526-6655 with questions, or check us out online on Wordpress or Facebook.)





Pumpkin Farm, Photo on Route 250 near Webster, NY; By Jane Grace Taylor

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Richmond District No 6 schoolhouse on Abbey Road in the Town of Richmond. Photo by Ken Hutton

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Answers 1. Mickey Mantle, Alex Rodriguez and Tony Conigliaro. 2. Randy Johnson (4,875 strikeouts), Steve Carlton (4,136) and Mickey Lolich (2,832). 3. Tom Brady, Joe Flacco, Bernie Kosar, Aaron Rodgers and Kurt Warner. 4. It was 1995. 5. Anaheim, in 2007. 6. Shaun White. 7. Babe Didrikson Zaharias, in 1945.

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We recently had our 60th Wedding Anniversary, but celebrated on a summer day in July with a "Picnic/Jam" in our backyard. We are so pleased and thankful for all who came and played music or brought a dish to share. The Piper marched, and the band played on! We are truly blessed and appreciate all of you. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts! Bill and Hilda Santee

There is a person who walks the [local trail] every day between the [local road] and the [local road]. Waking at times can be very boring. The trail however, has many trees. Then up came the idea. Being a bird lover, the Walker began to buy, paint and affix little bird houses to the trail trees here and there. Those who walked the trail each day commented on the joy of looking each day, to try and find the new ones which had been put up. There was a golf shop, a lighthouse, a bait shop and others. Then one day the Walker began to notice some of the bird houses were disappearing. First 3 were gone. Why would anyone steal a bird house? Surely many stores sell bird houses. After those 3 were stolen the Walker bought more and painted them and put them up. Then 4 more

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disappeared having been ripped from the trees, and that was the last straw. All 24 bird houses spread out all over the area, were taken down and given to people who will love them, and do...END OF STORY. would remind the thief of the 8th commandment...THOU SHALL NOT STEAL. Just a reminder to be kind to those working in the retail jobs this summer. We have a bunch of first time workers out there trying to gain experience and make some college money. No need to be nasty. My 16 year old started her first job at a family fun venue and comes home every shift with a story of an adult who was rude and nasty to her. Remember these employees do not make the rules or prices of the establishment. If you are that upset over the extra twenty cents for a cone upgrade, you need to see a manager not swear at and belittle the kid behind the counter. They are there standing in the heat, cold or rain for minimum pay trying their best and learning as they go. It's funny because she never makes comments about the


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events for thinking about your younger guests. My children and I have been to several such events recently, and everywhere we go, there are activities for the children, goodies, small prizes, face-painting, bounce houses, petting zoos, even carnival rides free-of-charge. It isn’t always easy for families to afford to give their children a family fun day, but these festivals make it much easier by keeping their snacks and

behavior of the children enjoying the place, just the parents. When are people going to learn to hold their cell and or "smart" phones in the proper position when they're recording something? If you don't know what you’re doing w/ your phone, take some necessary time to figure out how your phone really works or ask a friend. This problem has been happening for quite some time. Let’s get with it people; if it's worth recording it's worth recording properly. Let's hurry up and get rid of the history we all learned about so the next generation has no history class. Then we can say slavery never happened. While we're at it lets go further back and say the Indians were not here first. Then we can put those lands back on the tax rolls and they can start paying taxes also. Maybe the Boston Tea Party didn't happen either. It amazes me how many people can on a daily basis violate the speed limit in [local town]. The main street is 35 MPH and at times the road seems like a raceway. What happened to speed limit

activities for kids low cost or free. Thank you for your kindhearted generosity!

enforcement? Cars, trucks, motorcycles all seem to disregard speed limit signs!! I would like to see more speed enforcement for this residential neighborhood for the safety of all who live here!! Stop Eating Without Paying! To those who take and eat food in grocery stores, please stop. It's disgusting. Not to mention stealing. You know who you are, especially in produce, bulk foods, and prepared foods. What ever happened to the law that says 'innocent until proven guilty?'? It seems the only way justice works is 'trial by media,' which is wrong and also depends on who is footing the bill to whether justice is served or not. We all know who they are... This summer a private citizen beautified a local trail by putting up many hand assembled and painted birdhouses. Almost immediately, someone saw it their duty to remove, steal and destroy many of them. This seems to be an act of meanness and difficult to understand. Why do some people need to act to destroy a donation meant to increase the enjoyment of the trail for all its users?!

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title “Fiesta”? 8. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Where did the peach tree likely originate? 9. LANGUAGE: How many vowels are on the middle row of a standard keyboard? 10. ENTERTAINERS: What was singer Michael Jackson’s middle name?

9. One: A 8. China 7. “The Sun Also Rises” 6. Skateboarding 5. 10 4. Bering Strait 3. Green 2. President Franklin Roosevelt 1. “A Little Night Music”


HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A colleague might offer to open a door for you professionally. But before you walk through it, be sure this “favor” isn’t attached to an obligation you might find difficult to discharge. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Your creativity, your persistence and your reliability could lead to a major career shift. Be sure to use that other Taurean trait, your practicality, when discussing what the job offers. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A changing situation might require some adjustments you might not have been prepared to make. However, flexibility in this matter could be the best course to follow at this time. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) You’re in a period of fluctuating moods, which is not unusual for the Moon Child. Your emotions stabilize by the 26th. Meanwhile, try to hold off making major decisions until then. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) That keen sense of perception helps you hunt down those minute details that others overlook. And, of course, your Leonine ego will accept the expected praise with good grace. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Be careful not to be confrontational when raising a work-related issue. Better to make a request than a demand. And, of course, be prepared to back up your case with facts. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Your ego might be hurt when a colleague turns down your offer to help. But accept it as a rejection of your offer, not of you. A friend from the past could re-emerge by week’s end. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A flow of positive energy turns a work project you didn’t want to do into something you actually love doing. Now, take that attitude into your social, intimate life -- and enjoy what follows. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Working hard to meet your professional goals is fine. But don’t neglect your private life, especially where it concerns your more cherished relationships. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) “Patience” remains the key word in dealing with an emotionally sensitive situation involving a close friend or family member. Help comes your way by week’s end. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) With new information coming in, it’s a good time to rethink some of your goals without taking suggestions from others, no matter how wellmeaning they might be. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Making progress on your project is relatively easy in the early part of the week. A problem could arise midweek. But all goes swimmingly once it’s resolved. BORN THIS WEEK: Holding fast to your principles, no matter what, inspires others to follow your example. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Plan a day t o shop local f airs, shops & st ands Crafts, jew elry and décor: Include a trip to a craft fair, w here local vendors come together to display and sell their w ares, on your w eekend schedule. Handcrafted items make thoughtful and unique gifts, w hich can be tucked aw ay for giving later in the year. Booths at these types of events tend to be diverse. Spend the day strolling tow n squares or closed-off city centers, and you may find some handfashioned jew elry or home-crafted artisanal soaps. Those eager to enhance their homes’ décor may find unique items like painted signs, knit afghans and much more.


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91” DELUXE LARGE WOOD BUNNY RABBIT HUTCH/CHICKEN COOP with outdoor run: 585-738-6965

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GAS or ELECTRIC GOLF CART for family with small child, walking isn’t an option for the terrain:


5 or 6 GALLON CARBOYS for winemaking: 585-637-0933

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ATTENTION HEAP CUSTOMERS! If you are in need of quality, seasoned firewood for the upcoming heating season, contact your local Department of Social Services (DSS) immediately. Note: You can change your firewood vendor at any time. New customers eligible for one FREE face cord. Call or text today! Fall Ham & Turkey Dinner

Sun., Oct. 14th • 12 Noon - Gone Eat in or take out • Adults $10.00 • 11am takeouts encouraged Sponsored by Hopewell Grange Located 5 miles east of Canandaigua on Co. Rd. 4 Hopewell Ctr.

Bring Ad Receive 50¢ OFF one dinner Next Dinner: Oct. 28th

HOW TO RAKE LEAVES M ORE EFFICIENTLY A composting vacuum and leaf blow er are other w ays to make quick w ork of cleaning up leaves. Although these devices may not be as eco-friendly as a rake, they can significantly reduce the time it takes to clear a yard of fallen leaves.

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Nearly everyone has experienced a sticking door that just will not close properly. This problem may become more noticeable when temperatures rise and humidity contributes to the swelling of wood doors and frames. According to The Family Handyman, a home improvement resource, the standard remedy for alleviating a sticking door is to remove the door and pare down the edges that are rubbing so that the door will once again swing freely. While this can solve the problem, it can be a hassle, as it requires refinishing the pareddown edge and rehanging the door. Try these shortcuts first before creating more work than might be necessary. • Identify the problem area and rub it with a dry bar of soap. This should reduce friction and allow the door to close more easily. • Remove humidity with a dehumidifier or by running an air conditioning unit. • Check for loose hinges or sagging around the hinge. Tighten the fasteners to sure up the door and create better alignment. • Spray the hinges with lubricant if you suspect sticking is originating because of squeaky hinges. • Look for obstructions at the bottom of the door. Is the door dragging on carpeting or being caught on something on the floor? It may be a matter of simply clearing away the obstruction.

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Repair bald spots. Summer exacts a toll on lawns in various ways, and even homeowners with green thumbs may end up with a lawn filled with bald spots come September. Autumn is a great time to repair these bald spots. Lawn repair mixes like Scotts® PatchMaster contain mulch, seed and fertilizer to repair bald spots, which can begin to recover in as little as seven days. Before applying such products, remove dead grass and loosen the top few inches of soil. Follow any additional manufacturer instructions as well.

Ash Salvage Harvesting for Emerald Ash Borer Eliminate the guesswork in selling your timber. We will mark your timber sustainably, and have several reputable companies bid so you get top dollar while ensuring a quality job through our supervision and bonding. “We specialize in forest tax plans that reduce your school and property taxes up to 80% on at least 50 acres of woods.” (585) 374-2799. Website:



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Bell Ringers Wanted for Salvation Army of Canandaigua Seasonal Paid Positions Available November 2nd - December 24th Call (585) 394-6968 or stop by for an Application 110 Saltonstall St., Canandaigua, NY

Research the job market. Look into the industries for the field you are considering. Is it the right time for success in this field? Industries tend to ebb and flow. Do not leave a job only to find the next career has few, if any, openings. Job growth projections are available through resources like the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

HOME EVERY DAY! Need a change but worried about seniority and benefits? JOIN OUR TRANSPORT TEAM!!

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Professional OTR Truck Drivers Need CDL A License. Clean driving record. Pass drug screen & DOT Physical. Receive medical/dental benefits, paid vacation & 401k. Fuel mileage bonus. Please contact: Silk Road Transport • 607-295-7406 Apply online:

Lift Operations Personnel Supervisor This position will be full time in the winter and responsible for hiring of staff, daily lift operations, scheduling, training, record keeping, daily personnel issues, etc.


Must have ski lift experience and any supervisory experience is a plus.

Coaching positions:␣

FT/PT Day Care Assistants

Modified Boys Basketball; Varsity Girls Basketball; JV Girls Basketball; and Modified Baseball.␣ Interested candidates should␣send your letter of intent, resume, and copies of␣required␣Coaching␣Certificate␣by Friday, October 26, 2018␣to Naples Central School, 136 North Main St., Naples, NY 14512 Attn: Chad Hunt, Athletic Director.

These positions are in our year round day care center. Background check and clearance will be required.

Facility Maintenance Person This position will be full time in the spring, summer and fall; part-time during our winter operations. The qualified candidate should possess the following skill set: Sound carpentry skills and able to perform quality finish work, including but not limited to: Painting interior and exterior, refinishing, drywall repair, tile repair, hanging doors, windows, etc., basic electrical and plumbing skills, comprehend and maintain HVAC systems.

Please apply Monday through Friday 8:00a.m. to 3:30p.m. or online at

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SEEKING A MILL CNC PROGRAMMER/ OPERATOR Global Packaging Systems (GPS), is a full service precision Contract Manufacturing company specializing in precision CNC machining, CNC turning and grinding. With our 25,000 sq/ft manufacturing and assembly area, we are proficient in providing prototype parts, fixtures, gages and low/high volume production parts. Check out our website: Must have the ability to program and operate a 3-Axis Vertical Mill. Related Vocational or Associate’s Degree with 5 years work experience preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience considered. MasterCam CNC programming experience a plus. Must be able to touch off tooling in a CNC machine, make offsets on a CNC control, and perform set-ups on a CNC machine using indicators and fixtures. Competitive & generous benefits package. Please apply to: MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1895170&B_ID=91 Or email your resume to:

PARTS PERSONNEL NEEDED VanBortel Subaru • 6327 Rt. 96 • Victor, NY 14564 New Henrietta location coming soon 4211 W. Hen. Rd. • Rochester, NY 14623 Requirements include: • Prior automotive parts counter experience. • Automotive knowledge. • Strong verbal communication skills. • Strong problem-solving skills. • Detail-oriented with a high level of accuracy.

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• Basic computer skills. • Able to lift at least 50 pounds. • Flexible to cover other shifts when needed. • Able to comfortably work in a fast-paced distribution center environment.

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NAPLES CENTRAL SCHOOL is looking to fill the following position: School Bus Driver: Split Schedule - Morning and Afternoon Runs. Salary: $20.69/hour including Health Insurance Benefits. Minimum Qualifications: CDL License w/P and S endorsement or the willingness to train and obtain a CDL License; Good Physical Condition; Meets 19A requirements; A desire to work with children; An ability to work well with others. Applications are available on the Naples Central School Website at and must be submitted by Tuesday, October 16, 2018 to Naples Central School, 136 North Main St., Naples, NY 14512 EOE Attn: Chad Hunt.

Rochester Rehabilitation Center is currently seeking a

Full-time Primary Therapist/ Licensed Clinical Social Worker for our Mental Health Clinic. The Primary Therapist/LCSW is responsible for providing ongoing mental health treatment using evidence-based and person-centered practices. The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree in Social Work or Mental Health Counseling and licensure in New York State as an LCSW. One to three years of experience in public or community mental health settings serving low income and culturally diverse populations. Computer literacy required. Please send resume and cover letter to: Katie Tobin, Human Resources Assistant 1357 University Ave., Rochester, NY 14607 Fax: (585) 473-2443 RRC is an Affirmative Action and EEO Employer encouraging minorities, veterans, women, and individuals with disabilities to apply.

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Pat’s Medical Transport Driver Positions Available covering the Finger Lakes Region Positions Require • High School Diploma or equivalent • Clean, valid NYS CDL C with Passenger Endorsement for Bus • Clean NY State License for Sedans Monday through Friday A.M. and P.M. shifts available. Some Saturdays required. To Apply: Resumes may be submitted and Applications completed at 5297 Parkside Drive, Suite 400, Canandaigua, NY


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Shipping/Receiving Clerk Opening: Full time position, M-F, 7:30am-4pm. Prior shipping experience preferred, firearm knowledge helpful. Benefits include paid Holidays, accrued vacation time, health plan and retirement plan. Please apply online at Completed applications can be emailed to or mailed to: Turnbull Restoration Co., Inc. Attn: Human Resources 6680 Routes 5 and 20 Bloomfield, NY 14469

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Hiring for: Solar Panel Installer Warehouse/Manufacturing Waste/Recycling General Labor Positions Truck Load/Unload Construction Helper Store Resets Available in the surrounding areas of Canandaigua, Farmington, Victor, Geneva. Pay for all positions $11-13 hr. Applicants can also call 585-328-6447 or

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Construction Professionals Diversified Contracting is seeking experienced construction professionals in all facets of construction.

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NETWORKING STRATEGIES FOR THE DIGITAL AGE Personalize your connections. The days of sharing a post-work drink with a colleague may be over. But networking in the digital age need not be impersonal. When using professional networking sites such as LinkedIn, personalize the messages you send to other professionals when inviting them to join your network. Use the message to briefly introduce yourself and explain your connection before explaining why you want the person to become part of your network. Welcome any questions and warmly thank them for their time. This personal touch can make you stand out in a digital sea of people, many of whom simply want to add other professionals to their network without necessarily making genuine connections.


MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Responsible for the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of facility machinery. Duties and Responsibilities • Analyzes mechanical and operational problems on assigned equipment and plans for and takes corrective action. • Makes necessary corrections and adjustments to maintain maximum production and quality. • Performs scheduled maintenance and inspection of assigned equipment, reports to supervisor and takes appropriate actions. • Clears jams and sets aside product for inspection and rework where required. Test equipment upon completion of repairs, changeovers, or extended downtime to assure performance. • Examines defects and out of spec. product and where possible takes corrective action on equipment.

Skills and Specifications • Ability to operate safely in fast-paced environment • Work as a team member. • Advanced skills such as electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems. • Must follow all safety rules and regulations. • Must be able to read and interpret blueprints and schematics. • Must have machinist background.

Education and Qualification • High school diploma or equivalency is desired

Physical Requirements • Must be able to work in an unheated and non-air-conditioned environment • Will be subjected to inside environmental conditions such as noise & dust • Must be able to wear ear protection and safety glasses • Must be able to lift up to 50#

Apply to: Gray Metal Products 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY 14414 or email: No phone calls please. EOE Updating a résumé with the goal of standing out among a crowded pool of applicants is a great way for job seekers to land a new job.


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FIREWOOD FIREWOOD FOR SALE: Sold by the load. 6 to 6-1/2 face cord (4´x8´x16) loads for $425. Delivered locally. INGLESIDE FOREST PRODUCTS, 585-374-8754; FIREWOOD: By the load approximately 6 face cord at 4x8x16 per cord, $425. 607-566-2117. Jon Pinkney Trucking & Logging. FIREWOOD: 3 to 12 Face cord loads (4’x8’x16”) $70 per Face Cord. Also Slab Wood/Lumber. 585-657-6344/ 585-233-5771 LM. Gladding Forest Products. FIREWOOD- LOG LOADS- ASSORTED HARD WOOD: 18-20 face cord. Contact 585-335-5879. FIREWOOD: Face Cords (4’x8’x16”). Seasoned/ Unseasoned, pickup or delivered. Stacking Available. HEAP Vendor. Discount on ash. 5385 Agar Rd., Avon. Call/Text Mike McEvoy, 585-690-6024. FIREWOOD LOGS for sale. Call Steve Schiano for details, 585-233-3035. SEASONED FIREWOOD FOR SALE 4’x8’x16” (Face cord) $90 delivered. October special: 4 or more face cord, $80 each. Victor. 585-924-3377 or 585-402-4806

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