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Rich and creamy mashed potatoes are always a St. Patrick’s Day favorite. Try these crowd-pleasing variations to create a mashed potato bar or unexpected side dish for this year’s feast!

1. Sub sour cream or Greek yogurt for milk and top with fresh dill or chives for a tangy touch. 2. Add Jack cheese, sliced scallions & minced jalapenos for a Tex-Mex taste. 3. Mix in bacon, cheddar cheese, parsley & chopped scallions with several tbsp. of bacon drippings to taste. 4. Swirl in a helping of pesto sauce, and top off the bowl with a handful of pine nuts.

5. Mix the mash with hummus, and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds and sumac. 6. Mix in grated Parmesan and Romano cheeses with a touch of garlic or truffle oil. 7. Combine with a mixture of cooked cabbage, bacon and onions or leek for traditional Irish Colcannon.

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Are You “a Little Irish?” By Amanda Dudek Courtesy of The Ontario County Historical Society of the leading men of Canandaigua who was prominently interested in the construction of the Erie Canal. Port Gibson, the only village in Ontario county which touched the Canal, was named in his honor. Glasner described early Irish immigrants, like Henry Gibson, as brave, hearty people. “Many came before the steamship was invented; a perilous journey by sailing ship that took months, and they were not always welcome,” a fact epitomized in an American Ballad, ca. 1880. “I’m a decent boy just landed from the town of Ballyfadd. I want a situation; yes, I want it might bad. I seen employment advertised, ‘Tis just the thing, says I. But the dirty spalspeen ended with ‘No Irish need apply.’” John Flannigan’s Regionally Famous Oyster House, est est. 1867 1867. Photo courtesy of the Ontario County Historical Society.


ou may have heard people say that we’re all a little Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. If you live in New York, there is a good chance this is actually true! According to Forbes, Albany, Syracuse and Long Island all rank in the top ten list of America’s Most Irish Metros. Another source reveals the Greater Rochester Area’s most Irish city, using data from the U. S. Census Bureau’s 2013 American Community Survey and only considering places which have populations of 10,000 or more. With approximately 24% of residents claiming Irish heritage, lucky Canandaigua came in first as the local most Irish city. Edward Varno of the Ontario County Historical Society and Museum generously provided information regarding Canandaigua’s Irish heritage. “In 1983, the museum displayed an exhibit entitled, ‘Citizens by Choice: An Ethnic History of Ontario County,’ by Laura Glasner,” stated Varno. Glasner’s research offers unique insight into the history of the Irish population in Canandaigua and across Western New York. “Of the European immigrants, the first to arrive in large numbers were the Irish,” wrote Glasner. She explained that while the building of the Erie Canal and the first railroads brought Irishmen across New York in the 1820’s and 30’s, the large Irish settlements arose after the major emigrations during the 1840’s. “The largest emigration of all came during the years of the potato famine,” she stated. “Between 1845-1850, nearly 1,000,000 people in Ireland died and more than 1,000,000 emigrated to America. In these five years, Ireland lost 1/4 of its population.” According to Glasner, many Irish families lived on property owned by landlords, and they used their crops to pay their rent. When the potato blight left many without income or food, they were evicted by the thousands. “The Irish came to the United States en masse,” Glasner wrote. “Their descendants who remember their grandparents [these first immigrants] only recall that they had no desire to reminisce about their homeland. For most, the memories were bitter.” A pamphlet published by the Irish Emigrant Society of New York confirms that these Irish men and women arrived in impoverished condition, stating, “Thousands continually land entirely penniless and are at once in a state of destitution.” Even so, these Irish immigrants didn’t let this stop them from “becoming responsible and respected community members [who] contributed to the economic, cultural and social fabric of their communities.” According to Glasner, large Irish communities, which were mostly Catholic in a very Protestant country, were also often responsible for the establishment of local Catholic churches, citing the formation of Roman Catholic congregations during the mid-1800s (Canandaigua 1844, Rushville 1853 and Victor 1856). One notable Canandaiguan whom Glasner mentioned, Henry Gibson, was a resident of Irish ancestry. Gibson was a key figure in the development of successful banking in the village and was also important in the early railroad interests. Glasner related that in 1820, he rescued the Ontario Bank by establishing firm banking practices, strict but fair. In 1841, he was elected president of the Rochester and Auburn Railroad and later became Director of the New York Central. He was one

Nevertheless, these Irish men and women persevered. “They worked in factories [and] building roads,” wrote Glasner. “There are numerous accounts of their labor on the Canal as well as the railroads. By the turn of the century, Irish Americans held positions in local government, police departments and fire companies.” A local newspaper, the Ontario County Times, demonstrates their influence, as well, featuring “The Galway Fair” and “History of the Celts” as two articles in one of its February 1852 editions. “Although there is evidence of Irish settlement in many towns, such as Canandaigua, Victor, Honeoye and Geneva... little of their culture or tradition was nurtured or cultivated,” stated Glasner, explaining that it wasn’t until the establishment of the Republic of Ireland in 1937 that a reawakening began of Irish traditions. “Music, art and industry [again flourished] within the country [Ireland] and across the United States,” observed Glasner. “Today there is a greater awareness among the descendants of the Irish immigrants. Irish societies are being formed... for the purpose of teaching and sharing Irish culture.” On this Saint Patrick’s Day, we wish you well with a traditional Irish blessing: “May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face; The rains fall soft upon your fields And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand.” Have something interesting you’d like to share with our readers? Perhaps an original story, a personal experience, community happening, or school event? Add some photos, and your story will be featured on our popular website for all to see. Who knows - it may even end up in print! It’s easy to do. Go to My Hometown at to view previously posted stories and to post your own. Visit My Hometown today.

The first St. Mary’s Church at the corner of Saltonstall and Main Streets. Photo courtesy of the Ontario County Historical Society.


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Selling Toy Collection for the Estate of Richard (Dick) Jopson March 23, 2019, 10:00am. Preview 8:00am to be held at the Little Lakes Community Center 4705 S. Main St., Hemlock, NY 14466 (30 mins south of NYS Thruway Exit 45 - Take 390-S to Rts. 5&20-E to 15A-S)

You won’t want to miss this! Selling large (700+) toy collection, 1/16 through 1/64 scale, toy condition very good. Some in box. Including (20+) 1/16 2-cylinder, (2) high-crop from Expo XXI; (15+) 1/16 10 to 55 series JD; (30+) 1/16 Farmall Cub to IH 1586; (4) 1/16 IH 88 series; (9) 1/16 Cockshut; (3) Black Hawk; (2) Co-op; (8) 1/16 Ford; (15+) 1/16 Case; (6) 1/16 Oliver; 1/16 SpecCast MM G1355 in box; Case steam traction engine in box; Hart Parr; Rumley; (13+) AC WD45 to 8030; (5) Deutz Allis; (8) combines JD/IH/ NH/NI/MF; (3) stationary engines; very nice selection of 1/64 Ertl semi-truck/trailers; (2) Manitou trucks; (2) CP Ward trucks; several nice Tru Scale implements; Nylint trucks; literature & memorabilia. Too much to list! Come check it out! Photos at

DORAN ONLINE ONLY LAND AUCTION WYOMING, NY Bidding Starting Mon., March 18th @ 10a.m. Bidding Closes Fri., April 5th @ 10a.m. Land adjoins 11184 Roanoke Rd., Town of Pavilion, South of Rt. 63, 5 Miles West of Pavilion. Selling are 81 Acres in an excellent farming area. (Includes approx. 23 acres of woods) Almost all land is Silt Loam soils with a majority Burdett Silt Loam. Property sold subject to seller’s approval. Motivated sellers: Family wants farm land sold and closed. Upon acceptance of the high bid a $40,000 deposit is required. High bidder is allowed to immediately farm the land. Closing in 45 days. Land sells 81 acres x $_______ per acre plus 10% buyers premium equals sale price. Go to New York to bid. For more information call Shelly Falcone 585-683-0995 or Penne Vincent 585-303-2325.

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AFTER HOURS AT THE MUSEUM March 20 – Live Old Time Radio Show and Music by The West Bloomfield Congregational Church Bloomfield Home Companion Players

Wednesday evening from 7:30 – 9:00 pm Admission for adults is $10 or $5 for members of the Museum. Seating is limited. Purchase your advance sale tickets at the Museum during normal Museum hours of Tuesdays 10 am to 3 pm and Saturdays 1 pm to 5 pm. Remaining tickets will be sold the night of the presentation at the door.

ANTIQUE WIRELESS MUSEUM Open: Tuesday 10am-3pm & Saturday 1-5pm 6925 State Route 5, Bloomfield, New York 14469 585-257-5119 • “2019 Lenten Soup Supper Series” - The United Church of Bristol, U.C.C. presents our Lenten Soup Supper Series. March 28th “Compassion through Pet Therapy”, April 4th - “Compassion through Equine Therapy”. Supper will be served at 6pm followed by the presentation. Supper and presentation are free and all are welcome to attend. United Church of Bristol, U.C.C., Corner of Oakmount Road and County Road #2, Bloomfield. Handicap accessible. Contact Rev. Tim Hamlin for any questions (585)727-2938.

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Pre-registration required! To pre-register: Call: 585-394-3977 x 427 Acceptable items: Computers (laptops, desktops tablets and e-readers); TVs; microwaves; computer peripherals; video and audio equipment; cable or satellite receivers; video game consoles. Not Accepted: Freon containing devices, household hazardous waste, large and small appliances, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, tape media. Complete list available at Hosted by: Towns of Victor and Farmington Grant funds provided by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.


BRISTOL Bristol Hills Historical Soc. Photo Collection - Historical Society is seeking OLD photos of the peopled places of Bristol and South Bristol. A collection of photos is being assembled to create a traveling exhibit of images of the people and buildings of our area. Images can be loaned to the Historical Society for scanning / copying at both Town Halls in Bristol and South Bristol from March 1st to April 15th during regular business hours with the Town Clerks. Old paintings and documents from our region would also be appreciated. Information about who, what and time period of your photos would also be appreciated. Contact Town Historian Beth Thomas for more information at (585)704-7209.

CANANDAIGUA The Ontario County Lyme Support Group monthly meeting will be held the third Wednesday of every month at the Canandaigua Fire Station, 335 S. Main St., Canandaigua (Main Street entrance), from 6:30pm-8pm. Lyme is the most widespread vector-borne disease in the USA. Lyme and tickborne 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 ontctylyme@gmail. com. Canandaigua Meal - Family Style Meal served every 4th Sunday of the month, 1pm at the Canandaigua Fire Hall on South Main St Corner of Phelps St. Come enjoy a meal and visit with others in our community. We do not deliver. We are always looking for volunteers and donations of food. If our meal falls on a holiday weekend we move our meal to the Sunday before. If you have questions you can contact us at our Facebook page “Canandaigua Meal or call 585-394-5257.

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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. Please visit cct.toastmastersclubs. org for more information. Visitors always welcome! Canandaigua Meal - Family Style Meal served every 4th Sunday of the month (1pm-2:30pm) at the Canandaigua Fire Hall on South Main St. Corner of Phelps St. Come enjoy a meal and visit with others in our community. We are always looking for volunteers and donations of food. If our meal falls on a holiday weekend we move our meal to the Sunday before. If you have questions you can contact us at our Facebook page “Canandaigua Meal or call 585-394-5257. The Parkinsons Support Group of the Finger Lakes will hold their monthly meeting on Wednesday, March 27, 1pm at the Ontario County Safety Training Facility (2914 County Road 48, Canandaigua). Alyssa Ferrigno (RN, BSN) a geriatric care manager with 20 years of experience in the community health field will speak on the topic “Levels of Care”. After the talk, we will have social time followed by breakout groups for those with PD and their care partners. All are welcome; facility is handicapped accessible. For more information, contact Ellie (585-313-9689). Cheshire Old World Spaghetti Dinner - The Cheshire Community Action Team presents: Old World Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, March 29, 4-7 pm at the Cheshire Fire Hall, 4285 Rt. 21 South. Adults $10, Children $8, Under 5 Free. Meat/Veggie Sauce, Regular and Gluten Free Pasta, Salad, Bread, Dessert and Drinks. Arbor Hill Winery and Peacemaker Brewery Tastings. Tickets at Door and at Presale Company Store Cheshire. TakeOuts Available. All Proceeds to Benefit the Cheshire Meeting Hall and Theater Restoration Project. h t t p : / /

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Ontario County ABATE Swap Meet - Motorcycle parts galore! Held March 24, 10-3pm, Canandaigua American Legion, 454 North Main Street, Canandaigua. Cost: $5. http:// Salt Council Presentation “Don’t Be a Victim of Financial Crimes: Ensure Your Financial Safety”. Held March 19, 2019 at 11:30am, Ferris Hills, Peg Rayburn Drive--Vista Lounge, Canandaigua. Art Mason, MSW, Director of EAPP, Lifespan of Greater Rochester. All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast - Sunday, March 17th, 8am-11am at the Cheshire Fire Hall #1, 4285 Rt. 21 South, Canandaigua. Adults - $7, Children age 5-12 yrs. - $3, Children under 5 yrs. - Free. Tim Williams Portraiture Project Reveal - Tim Williams, art teacher at Honeoye Central School District, found an opportunity for his students to make a difference in the community and truly connect them in a meaningful way with older adults - bringing together the generations to find the beauty and character of the human being. The students will unveil the completed portraits to the “models,” with their friends and family at an art exhibit at Quail Summit at 5102 Parrish Street Extension, Canandaigua on Tuesday, March 26th at 6:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public. Fundraiser for the Child Welfare Foundation - March 23, 3-8pm at the Canandaigua American Legion, 454 North Main St., Canandaigua. A benefit show to raise funds for the American Legion’s Child Welfare Foundation. Featuring music by Rochester recording artists the Coupe deVilles and Canandaigua Veterans band The deFenders. Music, dancing, food, raffles, auctions. Cost: $5.

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FARMINGTON Into the Woods - Join Cobblestone Players as The Brothers Grimm hit the stage with an epic fairytale about wishes, family and the choices we make. Refreshments Available. Friday, March 22nd at 7pm, Saturday, March 23rd at 2pm & 7pm, Sunday, March 24th at 2pm at the Cobblestone Theater, 1622 Route 332, Farmington. Tickets: $20 General Admission and $15 students, seniors, and military. https://www. winterspringperformanceseries

GENEVA Spring Puppet Show - Join Ms Tanya and Ms Debbie for the Spring Puppet Show comprised of 3 different stories with some wiggles and giggles in between each one! This show is geared towards a preschool to first grade audience and their caregivers. Held March 21, 10-4pm. There are three showtimes: 10 AM, 1 PM, and 3:30 PM, thirty minutes in length. Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. Cookbook Club - Do you like to cook and talk about food? Cookbook Club meets once a month to share a potluck style meal. All you have to do is bring a prepared dish to share, a place setting for yourself, and the cookbook/recipe that inspired the dish. New members welcome, registration is required. For this meeting, our theme is, “Irish foods.” Held March 21, 5:306:30pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. http:// Itsy Bitsy Book Group - Ages 3-5. Join us for a fun discussion of our favorite lovable Llama Llama! We’ll hear stories, play a game and make a craft. Held March 29, 4:154:45pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. http://

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SWAP MEET Sun., March 24 • 10:00 - 3:00 pm Canandaigua American Legion Post 256 454 Main Street, Canandaigua Motorcycle Parts • Accessories • Clothing Tools • Much More $5.00/person - Under 16 Free Food & beverages available for purchase

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GPL Book Club - Join us for an evening of thought and discussion over our latest book on the last Tuesday of every month at 6:30 PM at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. New members are welcome at any time. This month’s meeting is on Tuesday, March 26th when we’ll be discussing “The Wife Between Us” by Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen.

MIDDLESEX The Potter Volunteer Fire Department will be having a Breakfast at the Potter Fire House, 1255 Phelps Road, the third Sunday of each month (March 17) from 8AM till Noon. Serving: Breakfast sandwiches, Pancakes, eggs, toast, sausage patties and links, Home fries, as well as Orange Juice, Hot Cocoa, Milk, Coffee, Hot Tea. Middlesex Hose Co. Roast Beef Dinner - 5537 Water St., Middlesex. Join us on SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019 from 4-7 PM. Adults $12, Children $6 (school age to 12), Preschool FREE. Dinner Menu: Tossed salad, rolls, relish dish, roast beef, gravy, potatoes, corn, pie, ice tea, milk and coffee.

RUSHVILLE LeTourneau Christian Center Ladies Luncheon: LeTourneau Christian Center’s Blessed Hope April ladies luncheon will be held on Friday, April 5, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. The program is titled “God’s Kept Woman” and the speaker will be Nicole “Nikki” Parris. Program and lunch is only $12. Please call 585-554-3400 on or before March 29 to make your reservation or email

SHORTSVILLE Bunko Squad! A hilarious original comedic and musical parody of the classic radio drama and television series, DRAGNET. This stage radio drama featuring your favorite Monsignor Schnacky Community Players is a BENEFIT for Family Promise of Ontario County. Red Jacket High School Auditorium on Fri., 4/5 at 8pm, Sat., 4/6 at 8pm and Sun., 4/7 at 2pm. Suggested donation: $20 each in advance, $25 at the door. Visit 2SMUbud for details or to reserve your seat.

WEBSTER R L Thomas Class of 1969 50th Year Reunion! Saturday, September 28, 2019, Webster Golf Club. A Friday night event is also being planned. More details will follow once we have our list updated. We are looking for many “missing” class members, so if you haven’t heard about the reunion, or haven’t updated your information since our last reunion, please either send us an email at or like us on Facebook. We are also collecting information on You may also call Cindi (Daniels) Bouchard at 585-217-2885 or Deb (Morgan) Walbourn at 585-355-7786.


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G VP S ONLINE POLL: Saint Patrick’s Day brings to mind leprachauns, four leaf clovers and lots and lots of green! How does your family celebrate this holiday? • Enjoying green eggs & ham • Sipping green beverages • Taking in some Irish music & dancing • Cooking delicious corned beef & cabbage • All of the above • We don’t celebrate it Poll Ends 03-19-19 Results from 03-12-19

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Kudos & Big Thanks to National Grid, their employees and partners during the Wind Storm. We lost power twice and no more than a couple of hours. Great Job!

and fainted, falling to the floor in the Pharmacy Department. Immediately, Walmart staff members and customers came to our assistance, calling 911 and offering their support and concern. The EMTs who arrived were caring and professional. Thank you all for your help and kindness.

A very special thank you to Erin Greene from Banfield Animal Hospital in the Webster PetSmart. I have known Erin for many years. She goes above and beyond in the We wish to thank all of care of my animals. She those who quickly came to the aid of my husband at loves them like they’re the Canandaigua Walmart her own. I hope Banfield knows how lucky they are recently. He suffered a to have her. reaction to an injection I drove into a lane with 3 vehicles ahead of me, 2 in the process of fueling & 1 waiting to be fueled. When the lead vehicle drove away, someone drove in from the opposite direction and immediately started fueling. As this driver was fueling, another vehicle lined up behind that driver’s vehicle. As a Want to avoid result, when their fueling aggravation, chaos and was complete, no one mayhem? Then don’t could exit the pumps. purchase gasoline from fueling stations which allow This is utterly ridiculous & vehicles to pull up to pumps unsafe! If an emergency from either direction. Each occurs & vehicles must evacuate immediately, lane has 2 gas pumps what happens next could so that 2 vehicles can be be disastrous! fueled at the same time, A CONCERNED with 1 vehicle in front of the CITIZEN other. This system works well provided every vehicle I hate to start the new enters and exits in the year with a complaint same direction. Recently, but...I have brought my To the person complaining about local bottle redemption center. Just keep in mind that that’s what the place is for and that’s what the job consists of, whether it’s 10 bottles or cans or 1000! You were there for the same reason.

All blessings to the person who found my father’s wrist watch outside Canandaigua Wegmans and brought it into the store. It has been professionally cleaned and I am now wearing it with great joy! It is a wonder it was not run over and smashed beyond repair. Thank you, good person! It is simply a good day love and peace to all at the beginning of Lent. It will soon be spring!!!!! On Monday, March 11th, my husband, adult son, and I went to the labs in Brockport to get blood drawn. I don’t know many people who enjoy having blood drawn. I for one, am dog to the same groomer for the last twelve years, and year after year, I have given this groomer gifts for Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, the groomer’s birthday. I handed this groomer a large tip on Christmas week, and I have never even gotten a thank you or well wishes for the holidays, nothing. This groomer is fantastic, but the lack of manners shocks me. Saying thank you is not a hard thing to do! Doggie Bags - You walk your dog at our beautiful county park and even bring a plastic poop bag, like a responsible pet owner, but you leave the purple poop filled bag in the parking area inconsiderately. Next time let the dog poop in

especially a chicken little when someone is going to prick and poke me. I go every six months for a blood work up, and I must say, that STEPHANIE was so sweet to me. She always does a good job at making me feel as comfortable as one can be, under the circumstances. Since going to Brockport labs for my blood work up, I have slowly but surely started to gain confidence that I will not have a problem when doing so (I have bad veins). I owe that to the WONDERFUL people who work at Brockport Labs. THANKS again to STEPHANIE M, TINA D., and last but not least, KIRK W. Job well done! See you ou in six months!!! mont nths nt hs!!! hs

the woods where it will decompose and be less unsightly. This is directed toward members of a local Town Board who choose to act in their Town’s worst interests. They have disrespected the town’s election results with lock-step politics. Town offices are occupied by people without appropriate credentials or work ethic because the Town Board will not consider more qualified applicants. These Town Board members will reap what they sow, someday.

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HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You’ll want to discourage well-meaning but potentially ill-advised interference in what you intend to accomplish. Your work has a better chance to succeed if it reflects you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) The Bovine’s well-deserved reputation for loyalty could be tested if you learn that it might be misplaced. But don’t rely on rumors. Check the stories out before you decided to act. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You’ve been going on adrenaline for a long time, and this unexpected lull in a recent spate of excitement could be just what you need to restore your energy levels. Enjoy it. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Friends can be counted on to help you deal with a perplexing personal situation. But remember to keep your circle of advisers limited only to those you’re sure you can trust. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) Securityloving Lions do not appreciate uncertainty in any form. But sometimes changing situations can reveal hidden stresses in time to repair a relationship before it’s too late. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) This is a good time for single Virgos to make a love connection. Be careful not to be too judgmental about your new “prospect” -- at least until you know more about her or him. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Your sense of justice helps you resolve a problem that might have been unfairly attributed to the wrong person. Spend the weekend doing some longneglected chores. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) You might feel justified in your anger toward someone you suspect betrayed your trust. But it could help if you take the time to check if your suspicions have substance. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Ignore distractions if you hope to accomplish your goal by the deadline you agreed to. Keep the finish line in sight, and you should be able to cross it with time to spare. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Your creative self continues to dominate through much of the week. Also, despite a few problems that have cropped up, that recent romantic connection seems to be thriving. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) As curious as you might be, it’s best to avoid trying to learn a colleague’s secret. That sort of knowledge could drag you into a difficult workplace situation at some point down the line. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Instead of spending too much time floundering around wondering if you can meet your deadline, you need to spend more time actually working toward reaching it. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a natural gift for attracting new friends, who are drawn to your unabashed love of what life should be all about. (c) 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

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SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. When was the last time before 2015-17 that the Chicago Cubs reached the postseason for three consecutive years? 2. In 2017, Arizona’s J.D. Martinez tied Ralph Kiner’s 1949 record for most home runs in September. How many home runs was it? 3. Name the last NFL team before the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017 to open a season with two home games and not score a touchdown in either game. 4. Who was the last Purdue men’s basketball player before Carsen Edwards in 2018 to score at least 40 points in a game? 5. Name the last coach before Barry Trotz of the Washington Capitals in 2018 to leave a team due to a contract dispute after winning the Stanley Cup. 6. In 2019, Fernando Alonso became just the third Formula One champion to win the 24 Hours of Daytona sports car race. Name either of the first two to do it. 7. How many times has Serena Williams been named The Associated Press’ Female Athlete of the Year? (c) 2019 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

Answers 1. It was 1906-08. 2. Sixteen. 3. The 1939 Philadelphia Eagles. 4. Glenn Robinson, in 1994. 5. Mike Keenan of the New York Rangers in 1994. 6. Phil Hill in 1964 and Mario Andretti in 1972. 7. Five times (2002, ‘09, ‘13, ‘15 and ‘18).



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2664 Main St., Gorham, NY (585) 526-6655 Children’s Programs: Story Hour: Wednesdays at 10 A.M. Homeschool Group: Wednesdays 11:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M. PJ Story Time: Thurs., March 21st, 6:30pm Kids & Families Programs: After School Library Club: Every Tuesday at 3:30 P.M. Tween & Teen Programs: D-I-Y Café & Creativity Time: Fridays at 4:30 P.M. Adult Programs: Computer Help Hour: Mon., March 18th at 2:00 P.M. Card Club Saturdays: Mar. 16, 10 A.M. Cookbook Potluck Dinner: Irish Foods Month! Tuesday, March 19th 6:30 p.m.


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CROSSWORD Medicare Advantage Plans Offer A Broader Mix Of Benefits

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(NAPS)—Whether you’re new to Medicare or an established beneficiary, take a close look at Medicare Advantage plans during this year’s open enrollment period. Those policies may offer the best mix of benefits to meet your health needs. Medicare Advantage plans provide Medicare benefits through private health insurance companies. These plans, which currently cover approximately 21 million people, typically include extra benefits and services not available on original Medicare., a popular non-government health insurance resource, looked at benefits offered by more than 2,500 Medicare Advantage plans available through for 2019. Here are some key benefits available and the percentage of Medicare Advantage plans offering them: • $0 monthly premiums: 45 percent of all plans; • Dental: 88 percent of plans; • Vision exam: 98 percent of plans; • Vision glasses: 84 percent of plans; • Hearing: 90 percent of plans; • Fitness: 99 percent of plans; • Routine transportation: 37 percent of plans; and • Meals: 50 percent of plans. Early in 2018, the government paved the way for Medicare Advantage plans to offer even more benefits, including adult day care services, respite care for caregivers, and in-home assistance with activities such as dressing, bathing and managing medications. Health insurers will also be able to provide safety devices to help prevent injuries in the home, including stair rails, grab bars and temporary mobility ramps. Although most insurers won’t offer the next wave of benefits until 2020, some of the services may be available during this year’s open enrollment period, which runs through December 7, 2018. It’s important to look at costs when shopping for Medicare Advantage plans too. That’s true even if you already have Medicare Advantage, since premiums, deductibles and co-pays change from year to year. Insurance companies often tweak their list of covered drug and prices, too, for Medicare Advantage plans that cover prescription drugs, and that can mean higher out-of-pocket expenses for you. Learn More For further insights, go to Many Medicare Advantage plans offer a surprising array of new benefits.


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DEAR DR. ROACH: My son, in his mid-20s, uses a preworkout energy supplement to which I am opposed. Can you tell me if this is harmful so that I can show him scientific research and your educated and medically sound response? The supplement he uses contains alanine 1 g, creatine 1 g, arginine 1 g, tyrosine and velvet bean seed extract. It also contains 150 mg caffeine. -- B.G. ANSWER: It’s not always easy to tell what supplements are safe or effective for the condition they are marketed for, and the information available through a web search often is biased. One place I start to get information is Medline Plus (, which has reliable information about many supplements, but you often have to search individually. In this case, alanine, arginine and tyrosine all are amino acids. These are the building blocks for proteins, and are safe in reasonable amounts. Creatine is generally safe for adults, and has been shown modestly effective at helping improve strength in young male weightlifters. One gram is a fairly low dose and is generally considered safe. The 150 mg of caffeine is about the same as a cup of strong coffee. Velvet bean seed extract I had to look up. It has been used both as a food crop and in traditional medicines. It has toxicity at high doses, but at the dose in the supplement, it should be safe. In summary, I think this supplement is not likely to be harmful if taken in recommended doses, and it might have some small benefit. There is nothing in the supplement that cannot be obtained easily and cheaply from food, apart from the velvet bean, which I think has the least proof of benefit of all the components of the supplement. ***

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am 49 years old and in good health. I recently was told by my doctor that what was first diagnosed as a swollen lymph is actually a condition called carotidynia. Can you please publish some information about this condition and what I can expect? Sometimes it is worse than at other times, but it never really goes away. I would not consider it painful; it is just uncomfortable, and when severe, it radiates up into my ear and down into my chest. -- S.W. ANSWER: Carotidynia (literally, “pain in the carotid artery”) can come from several distinct causes, some of which are catastrophic, such as a carotid artery dissection, which is a tearing of the lining of the artery. In some cases, carotidynia may be a form of migraine. After surgery or angioplasty to the carotid artery, one also can get pain that comes from the carotid itself. In the case of no other cause being identified, the condition is sometimes called idiopathic (which simply means “of unknown cause”) carotidynia, and some, but not all, experts think this condition comes from a type of inflammation around the artery, which can sometimes be seen on CT or MRI scan. Idiopathic carotidynia is usually treated with anti-inflammatory medicines -- ibuprofen, or prednisone in more severe cases. Most cases respond quickly, in a few days or up to a few weeks. However, I want to emphasize the need to thoroughly search for other concerning causes of neck pain. *** 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 © 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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Marcia Morse (Grube) March 10, 2019 WEST BLOOMFIELD - March 10, 2019 at age 82. She is survived by her children, Cindy Albert, Daryl Morse, Pamela ( Jimmie) Perkins; brothers, Elvin Grube, Carl Grube Jr.; grandchildren, Shane, DJ ( Jenn), Nicholas, Joe (Morgan DeFisher), Jake, Sammy, Nick, Chris ( Jessica), Amber; great-grandchildren, Kylie, MacKenzie, Jailynn, Audrey; daughter-in-law, Barbara Morse; sister-inlaw, Barbara Grube; several nieces and nephews.Marcia was predeceased by her husband, Donald L. Morse; son, Gregory L. Morse. Family and friends are invited to call Saturday, March 16, 2019 from Noon-2 PM at the O’Connell-Dougherty Funeral Home, 2041 Lake Ave., Lima where her Funeral Service will be held following calling hours at 2 PM. Interment, West Bloomfield Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Lollypop Farm, 99 Victor Road Fairport, NY 14450, Happy Tails Shelter 2976 County Rd 48 Canandaigua, NY 14424 or the West Bloomfield Cemetery, PO Box 6 West Bloomfield, NY 14585. To share a memory or send a condolence, visit:

Bonnie Drake February 28, 2019 Springwater: Bonnie Drake passed away peacefully the morning of February 28, 2019. She fought strong for many years in her battle with cancer. Our warrior now has peace. Bonnie is survived by her husband Emery “Butch” Drake; daughter Missy Drake; son in law Doug Burns; brothers in law, Ed Drake and Jerry (Caroline) Drake; and nephew Jason Robb. Thank you to Dr. Jules Zysman for the amazing care you gave. There will be no services at this time. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in Bonnie’s name to the Breast Cancer Coalition, 1048 University Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607. To send a condolence or share a memory please visit:


FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2019

Because We Care by Kevin W. Dougherty and Michael P. Dougherty

REGARDING DEATH By learning how different cultures regard death, we can open ourselves up to new ways of approaching a subject that many people find difficult to talk about. One of the tenets of Hinduism is the belief in repeated incarnations of the soul that result from the moral law of cause and effect, or “karma.” To halt this never-ending cycle of reincarnation, Hindus must free themselves from attachments to material things, including their bodies. To attain this goal, they often meditate on disease and the aging of their bodies, and imagine their own deaths. Confronting mortality in this way helps them conquer the illusion of individual human existence. This approach may offer some insight into preparing oneself for death. Death is marked in so many ways around the world that an understanding of different rituals can be helpful, particularly in a cross cultural environment. KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL offers a variety of ways for you to honor their life, pay tribute, and celebrate special memories as you begin to heal and find closure. To learn more, please call (585) 346-5401. Our Livonia and Honeoye, NY, facilities provide a spacious and comfortable atmosphere to share memories of your loved ones. QUOTE: “The Spirit is neither born nor does it die at any time. It does not come into being or cease to exist. It is unborn, eternal, permanent, and primeval.” ~ Krishna

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St. John’s Lutheran Church Mid-Week Lent Services • Wed., 7pm Soup and Sandwich suppers will be held at 6pm prior to all Wednesday night services during Lent: 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/3 & 4/10 April 14th - Palm Sunday at 8:30am and 11am April 18th Seder supper at 6:00pm with service following at 8:00pm. Please note you must sign up for the Seder Supper ahead of time. April 19th Good Friday Tenebrae Service • 7pm April 21st Easter Sunday Services at 8:30am and 11am Please come join us for our regular services held on Sundays at 8:30am and 11am with Sunday school for all ages between services. If you are busy on Sunday, consider our Wednesday WOW services at 7pm 153 Church Ave., Farmington • 315-986-3045


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100 The position is PART-TIME for the Honeoye store. The position is a

MEAT ROOM APPRENTICE Must be at least 18 years of age. Learning all aspects of the meat trade: wrapping, grinding, stocking, inventory control, cleaning. Must be able to multitask, work efficiently, some heavy lifting required. Highly motivated, customer focused individual. Open availability, (evenings, days, weekends and some holidays a must).

Please apply at either of our locations at the service desk.

Full-time Meat Cutter Position Interested person must be at least 18 years of age. Must have some meat cutter experience, be customer service oriented, be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment, be a team player, good communicator, and willing to learn new skills.

Interested applicant may apply at


8565 Main St. • Honeoye

Specializing in Excavating, Asphalt Paving, Milling and Heavy Highway

PROJECT MANAGERS, SUPERINTENDENTS, ESTIMATORS Leading construction company in Upstate New York is seeking to enhance its management team. The company has 38 years of experience in heavy highway, sewer, water, milling, paving and site-work. Applicants must have minimum of five years experience. Villager Construction, Inc. offers great benefit plans and a great work environment.

Please send your resume to:

Villager Construction, Inc. 425 Old Macedon Center Road, Fairport, NY, 14450 You may also apply online at Villager Construction, Inc. is an EEO/AA Employer. To build a diverse workforce, we encourage applications from minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100 Elm Manor Rehabilitation & Nursing Center located in Canandaigua, NY is accepting applications for

(3) Part-time nurse (LPN or RN), days, evenings, nights (one for each shift) (2) Part-time day CNAs (1) Part-time evening CNA

OPEN INTERVIEWS for Experienced Hospitality Associates • Banquet Servers • Housekeeping • Event Staffing • Concessions • Dishwashers • Cooks

(1) Full time night CNA (2) Part-time night CNAs Email your resume to or stop in to complete an application at 210 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY

Thursday, 3/21/19 from 9am-3pm at 23 Coach Street, Suite 2D Canandaigua, NY 14224

LEAVING A JOB GRACEFULLY A strong professional network can help professionals advance their careers and help others looking to do the same.

Announce your departure. Work collectively with your manager and other higher-ups to decide how to best handle the announcement to other employees.



Commercial Truck Driver

- full time, 2-3 years exp. in a manufacturing environment - 3rd shift

Duties and Responsibilities • Transporting finished product to and from manufacturing plants and retail distributors, etc. • Plan routes and meet delivery schedules • Ensure cargo is secure • Maintain an ELD (Electronic Logging Device) of driving times, rest periods, and hours of service (HOS) to ensure that you do not go over your hours and that you do comply with federal regulations • Perform Pre-Trip and Post-Trip Inspections • Report defects, accidents, and violations • As needed – load and unload cargo • Comply with Company safety rules and Federal Motor Carrier Regulations • Keep truck clean inside and out at all times Skills and Specifications • Must have valid CDL Class A driver’s license • Ability to drive long hours • Must have knowledge of applicable commercial driving rules and regulations • Must not have any recent moving or driving violations • Must be able to adapt to unexpected situations (traffic, weather conditions etc.) • Work as a team member Education and Qualification (optional) • High school diploma or equivalency is desired • Trucking school diploma Physical Requirements • Must meet the DOT medical requirements • Must be able to stand and/or sit for long periods of time • Must be able to bend, lift, twist, reach, and grasp as needed • Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.

EXTRUSION OPERATORS - full time, plastic & extrusion experience -2nd and 3rd shifts

MACHINE OPERATORS - full time, 2nd shift and 3rd shift

QUALITY OPERATOR - full time, 3rd shift

MATERIAL HANDLER - full time, 2nd shift - must have tow motor experience

TECHNICIAN - 2nd and weekend shifts - must be an experienced technician in manufacturing If you have manufacturing experience, a solid work history, a mechanical aptitude and experience in any of these positions, please log onto our website and fill out an application or send resume to Applications will be reviewed and you will be contacted if you meet the qualifications we are seeking. Benefit package* Paid time off accrual* Shift differentials for 2nd & 3rd shifts* Tuition assistance* *See website for Job Descriptions.

Apply to: Gray Metal Products 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY 14414 or email: No phone calls please. EOE

1050 Hook Rd., Farmington, NY 14424 •


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NAPLES CENTRAL SCHOOL is looking to fill the following position: One School Bus Monitor: 2.5 hrs/day; 10 months/year; Hours are 6:45 am to 8:00 am And 2:10 pm to 3:25 pm; Minimum Qualifications: Good Physical Condition; A desire to work with children; The ability to follow directions and work well with others; Possess a high school diploma or equivalent; and Meet 19A training requirements. Applications are available on the Naples Central School Website at and must be submitted by Friday, March 22, 2019


DENTAL ASSISTANT Exceptional opportunity with our General/Cosmetic Dental Practice. Assistant we are seeking is organized, enthusiastic, has computer skills, HIPAA Compliant and enjoys working with people. Expanded functions, radiology certified. 32-36 hours/week with excellent benefits package.

Send resume to:

DENTAL ASSISTANT waylanddentalcare@ or fax: 585-728-3153

Ruston Paving’s Rochester division is seeking: **LOWBOY DRIVERS Needed to move heavy equipment to job sites. Must have Class A license.

**DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS Needed to haul stone & blacktop to job sites. Must have Class A or B license.

OPERATORS & LABORERS Needed for GRADING & PAVING crews. Must have valid driver’s license.

Apply at our website: Must pass drug test and be legal to work in US. Great benefits. Salary DOE. EOE M/F/V/H.


Housekeeper Part-time 3 days per week. Must have reliable vehicle. Reply to:

COMMERCIAL INSTALLERS Self-starters. Movers and shakers. Ability to hit high performance standards. Experience a must. Valid driver’s license a must. 401k, health care package.

Mr. Glass Fax Resume to 271-1279 or Email:


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Equipment Skilled Operators Mechanics Commercial & Residential Operator. Seeking experienced dozer or excavator operators. CDL a plus. Year-round work, good pay and benefits.

Duties include repairing and troubleshooting construction equipment. Must have experience and reliable transportation. Full time position with good pay and benefits.



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Naples Alternate Secretary Opening: The Town of Naples has an opening for an alternate Secretary. This is an as-needed position to fill in for various Board meetings, mainly in the evening, in the event the existing Secretary or Clerk is not available to record meeting minutes. Regular meeting dates are the 1st Tues., 3rd Mon. and 3rd Wed. Additional meetings are at other times as needed. Experience with Word is needed. Please submit a letter of interest and qualifications to:

Naples Town Clerk, PO Box 535, Naples NY 14512

Networking in the digital age may intimidate working professionals accustomed to more traditional networking strategies. But while the methods may be different, effective digital age networking is not all that different from the networking strategies of yesteryear.

OPEN INTERVIEWS: Every Tuesday • 9am - 3pm Hiring for: Solar Panel Installer Warehouse/Manufacturing Waste/Recycling General Labor Positions Truck Load/Unload Construction Helper Store Resets

OPEN INTERVIEWS: Every Thursday • 9am - 3pm Hiring for: Hospitality Positions 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

585-393-9250 for the details or to schedule an appointment

For additional information, please call


23 Coach St., Suite 2A • Canandaigua, NY 14424 Phone # 585-393-9250


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FAIRPORT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT The Fairport Central School District is seeking candidates to fill the following vacancies:


TRANSPORTATION • Bus Drivers • Bus Attendants

LIFT MECHANIC Bristol Mountain currently has a FT year-round position with benefits open for a Lift Mechanic. The lift mechanic is responsible for general and preventative maintenance and repair of ski lifts. Must be able to climb lift towers to the height of 50 feet. Working with moving machinery, rigging, high pressure hydraulics, etc. Troubleshoot and work around low voltage. Be able to safely operate snowmobiles & ATV’s and have a clean driver’s license. Must have a flexible schedule which includes weekends during our operating season and available for special events held year-round. Must be able to work in all weather conditions and have to ability to lift 50+ pounds. HS Diploma or equivalent. Mechanical and/or electrical experience a plus.


Please apply online at or in person: 5662 State Route 64 Canandaigua, NY 14424

More information and additional employment opportunities can be found at Click on “employment” and follow application procedures. EOE

M-F 8:30am-3:30pm • No Phone Calls Please

Local landscape company looking to add team members to our crew.

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham in Victor, NY is now hiring

Foreman & Laborer

• Housekeeping

Experience preferred but not a deal breaker. Clean drivers license is a must for foreman position.


Please go on-line and fill out an application at Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham 7498 Main Street Fishers Road - Victor, NY 14564

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APPLIANCES FINALLY!! Good Refurbished Appliances. Call Joe Appliance Services has what you want. No electronics, just good ”ole” reliable Washers, Dryers, Stoves and Refrigerators. Stop by and check them out! Hours: MondayFriday, 9-6pm. Saturday, 9-5pm. 2465 NYS Rt. 332, Canandaigua, NY 585-394-1880

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CHILD CARE CHILDCARE: Have been watching children in my Canandaigua city home for 20+ years. Currently have full time openings only for ages 2 years and up. For more info, call Kathy at 585-739-5490.

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