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FLORENCE’S PERPETUAL ESTATE SALE PRESENTS: A Very Special Sale of Mid-Century Treasures, Art & Antiques. Unique Mid-Century Sculptured Maple Franklin Shockey Bedroom Suite & Custom-Shaded Lamps, Antiques & Vintage (19th Century Recliner & Ottoman, Classroom Maps, Victorian Dark Walnut Bedroom Suite, TV Lamps, Apron Collection, Ethan Allen Cabinet/ Bookcase, Player Piano Rolls, Noritake China, Early Stereoscope, Cigarette & Post Cards, Wicker Desk & Shelf, Baby Clothes, 1920s Shelving, Pie-Crust Table, Refinished Buffalo-made Bench, Purses, Lamps, Jewelry, Slipper Chair, Cemetery Baskets, ChineseInspired Chair, Hull, Russel Wright, Brock & Other Pottery, Vinyl Floor Cloth), Leather (Chair, Ottoman, Pouf), Short Couch, Tall Square Oak Table, Bookcases, Wood Screens, Windsor Chairs, Tea Cart, Artwork, Original Ceramics & Sculpture, Mirrors, Heavy-Duty Metal Shelving, Electric Mower, Rolling Air Conditioners, Linens, Throw Pillows, Curtains, Fabric, Office & Craft Items, more!!! Fri. - Sat., Oct. 18-19, 2019. 9am-5pm. Numbers at 8am. 5 Groveland Rd, Geneseo, NY 14454. Credit Cards accepted. Photos at FlorencesPerpetualEstateSale/

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Lima Horse Rescue Celebrates 10 Years with Open House By Amanda Dudek with excerpts from BAHR n October 2009, three friends with a shared love for horses formed Begin Again Horse Rescue, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit (BAHR). 10 years later, BAHR continues its mission to rescue, physically and mentally rehabilitate and re-home horses in need. With their Open House on October 13th, they will celebrate having already safely placed 176 horses in permanent lease adoptive homes. 2019 has been quite the year of firsts for BAHR. “We had our first horse show in Newark,” said Jennifer Lilly, Vice President and founding member. “We also held our first golf scramble tournament. In 2018, we opened a donations-based tack shop at the Little Lakes Community Center in Hemlock last fall, and it has gotten so popular that we are moving to a larger building nearby.” “Every year since we began in 2009, we’ve grown in numbers, knowledge and supporters,” said BAHR Executive Director Harriett Rubins. “One by one, we are making a difference in the lives of at-risk horses in our community. We are a small group filled with huge dedicated hearts.”


The exciting upcoming Open House will include informative presentations from local equine experts such as a farrier and a horse nutritionist, farm tours, raffles, kids activities and volunteer information. This event will not only raise critical funds for covering the sizeable winter expenses for the rescued horses currently in the care of BAHR, but also awareness of its mission. The rescue has been acknowledged by several organizations for its high standards including three-time winner of ASPCA Help A Horse national contest, consistently achieving a Guidestar Platinum rating for transparency and Global Federation of Animal Sanctuary verification. BAHR still has several adoptable horses available, including those featured here. For more information, to volunteer, to donate, adopt or for more information about the Open House or becoming a sponsor, please contact Begin Again Horse Rescue at 585-322-2427 or email at

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Jolene is one of our most celebrated equines, given her size, her personality and her story. Jo is a 12-year-old mammoth molly mule, standing about 17.2 hands high. We found her standing in a pen at a kill pen auction, unable to raise her head due to cramped space. Her hooves were obviously neglected and very painful, although we did not know to what extent. After veterinary examination, it was found that Big Jo had multiple hoof ailments, and they were unsure if she could recover. Four trips to Cornell for treatments, countless hours of patient care by volunteers, and now years of attention have resulted in Jolene living comfortably. She will never be a working mule, but her loving disposition wins every visitor’s heart.


Pandora is a 12-year-old registered appaloosa mare who stands about 15 hands tall. She is a pretty solid bay color with a big star. She was part of a 2018 neglect case in Ontario County which resulted in the death of one horse and the legal seizure of three others. Dora is now healthy and ready for a home of her own. She is sound, has no special health needs, no vices and has started training as a riding horse. She has proven to be smart, athletic and willing to learn. She will require a rider experienced enough to finish her training but could go in any direction: pleasure or show.

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Boo is a 6-year-old, 42” Shetland/Miniature cross mare. She has had a short but troubled past, starting with neglect as a youngster before she was surrendered into rescue with her sister. Difficult behavior brought her to BAHR, and after intensive veterinary diagnosis, it was discovered she suffers from gut ulcers. When Boo is under stress or in pain from the ulcers, she may act out aggressively. When she is relaxed and happy, she is sweet and willing. She has now been trained in hand obstacles and jumping, and also has been trained in long lines to drive. Boo will require a home experienced in the signs and treatment of gut ulcers with no small children. She is otherwise sound and healthy and has been turned out with other horses both large and small.



THE BENEFITS OF PREPLANNING YOUR FUNERAL Preplanning provides time to make the best decisions. Men and women who preplan their funerals have ample time to decide just what they want their memorial services to be like and how they want to fund those services. Men and women trusted to make those decisions upon the death of a loved one will need to make those decisions more quickly and likely won’t be in the correct frame of mind to make decisions that will honor their loved one’s legacy.

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR TOM & JUDY BREWTON OCTOBER 19th - COHOCTON A memorial service for Tom and Judy Brewton will be held at 1pm on October 19th at the First Presbyterian Church at 54 Maple Ave. in Cohocton. A reception with light food will follow. All are welcome. Please dress as you like - informal is fine. There will be an opportunity for participants to share their thoughts and memories of Tom and Judy during the service, and also in a “memory book” at the event - either prepared in advance or written during the event. Participants are also encouraged to bring photos or mementos to place on a table during the event.

Richard T. Hober September 4, 2019 Wayland - Richard T. Hober, “Dick,” 84 years of age, passed away at his home early Wednesday morning, September 4, 2019.

Carl D. Lowery October 8, 2019 Age 77, of Mt. Morris formerly of Perry, passed away on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville. He was born in Warsaw, New York on August 11, 1942 a son to the late Henry and Sophie (Klussman) Lowery. Carl was a lifelong resident of Perry who worked for the former Perry Knitting Mill and retired from Champion Products in Perry after more than 25 years of service. He was an active member of the Perry Baptist Church in Perry where his church family was a large part of his life. He enjoyed watching television, doing crafts and tending to his garden. At the Livingston County Nursing facility where he was residing, he was considered an ”honorary foreman” to many as he enjoyed watching any type of construction work that took place in Perry or around the nursing facility and especially visits or phone calls with his family. He is survived by a sister-in-law: Dorothy Lowery of Perry, brother-in-law: Tony Caito of Geneseo, and 12 nieces and nephews: Marguerite ( John) Chapman of Dansville, Michelle (Thomas) Lemen of Perkinsville, Michael (Beth) Caito of Dansville, Dawn (Ernie) Sylvester of Perry, Tina ( Joseph) Myers of Perry, Terry (Steven) Mehlenbacher of Perry, Al (Angel) Lowery of Perry, Warren (Ruth) Draper of Rocheaster, Michael (Beth) Draper of Perry, Carolyn (Duane) Williams of NC. Betty (Curtis) Wheeler of NC. Peggy ( Jody) Mitchell of Dansville, lifelong friend: Mark Saunders of Retsof, along with many greatnieces and nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews. Along with his parents he is preceded in death by sisters: Mary Caito, Helen Caito, Cora Draper, brothers: Albert and Henry Lowery and a nephew: Edward Draper. Family and friends may call from 11am-1pm on Monday, October 14th at the Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC, 98 North Main St. in Perry, where services will follow at 1pm. He will be laid to rest in Glenwood Cemetery in Perry. Memorial contributions may be made to the Baptist Church of Perry, 77 N. Main St. Perry, NY 14530 or to the American Diabetes Association, 2451 Crystal Drive, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22202. For more information please call (585) 237-2626 or to leave a message of condolence visit Arrangements completed by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, LLC., 98 North Main Street, Perry, New York 14530.


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Dick was born April 1, 1935 in Troupsburg, NY, the son of Darius “Dee” and Mary “Mamie” (Tonkery) Hober. Dick grew up in the Wayland area and remained a lifelong resident. He graduated from Wayland Central School in 1952 and was a 1956 graduate of Bucknell University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. While at Bucknell, Dick played football and baseball and was a member of Theta Chi Fraternity. He was also a member of ROTC and remained actively involved in the US Army Reserves for many years earning the rank of Captain. Dick and Elizabeth “Betty” Gormel were married August 11, 1956 at Holy Angels Roman Catholic Church in Nunda, NY. They recently celebrated 63 years of marriage. Dick’s career spanned a few different areas. He began as a sales representative for Prudential Insurance Company. After a few years, he started Hober’s Tire Service and Excavation with his father. Eventually, Dick became the owner and operator of the family business and managed it until his retirement. He was proud to build the Wayland-Cohocton Varsity Baseball field, which was a benchmark for many other school fields in the area. In 1996, Dick was elected Town of Wayland Highway Superintendent and remained in that position for 8 years. With his sons, Dick also maintained a Christmas tree farm, which his family will continue to operate. He learned to make evergreen wreaths when he was young and his skills were unmatched! Dick’s hobbies were many, but he mostly enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid fisherman and hunter. As a result of his skills in turkey calling and hunting, he became friends with Neil Cost, the editor of Turkey Call Magazine, and enjoyed many successful hunts with him. During deer hunting season, he was affectionately known by his hunting comrades as “The General!” This group, which included family and friends, was very successful throughout the years. Dick was predeceased by his parents, Dee and Mamie Hober; and a brother, Donald Hober. He is survived by his wife Betty Hober of Wayland; his children, Kim Hober (Frank Gigliotti) of Pittsford, Richard Jr. (Amy) Hober of Pittsford, Michael (Yvette) Hober of NJ, Joseph (Stacey) Hober of Canandaigua and Thomas (Phyllis) Hober of Wayland; his grandchildren, Phil, Nick, Ricky, Matt, Thomas, Marissa, Cash and Mason; his brother, Robert “Boober” (Fran) Hober of OH; several nieces and nephews; and several close life-long friends. Dick’s family and friends are invited to celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial on Saturday, October 12, 2019 at 11am at St. Joseph’s Church, 206 Fremont St., Wayland, NY. Committal prayers and interment will take place immediately following at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Wayland. Contributions in memory of Richard T. Hober may be made to the Vincent House, 310 Second Ave., Wayland, NY 14572. For online condolences please visit

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I cherish the loneliness of autumn.... I am forty, I have become mortal. I have no further psychic, emotional, or intellectual need to prolong summer seasons, and it is only when autumn begins its play that I can truly focus on the rich and vital life I am living. All of a sudden I grow alert. October is a hallelujah! reverberating in my body year-round.... The air is dusty, it smells of dry pine needles; yet I sense imminent ice in the clear blue sky.... How I appreciate everything…fully! After all, tomorrow this reprieve will be buried by blizzards, crushed under slabs of doomsday ice. I cannot waste a minute indoors! I must take advantage of this gift, wedged so tentatively between summer’s hectic somnolence and winter’s harsh apogee.... Each perfect day, I know, is going to be the last beautiful day of autumn. ~John Nichols (b.1940), The Last Beautiful Days of Autumn

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STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver It may be hard to believe, but there is an official competition to see who can sit in a sauna for the longest period of time. The World Sauna Championships have taken place in Heinola, Finland, annually since 1999. The starting temperature is 110 F, and a liter of water is poured on the stove every 30 seconds. The winner is the last person who is able to leave the sauna without assistance. Competitors participate at their own risk, and they are required to sign a waiver agreeing not to take legal action against the event organizers. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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Thank you, Batavia, for all the scarecrows on Main Street. The whole family enjoys seeing the fun and festive decorated scarecrows! To the family, friends, and people whom I don’t even know, a huge shout out “Thank You and God Bless You” for the incredible

We had a small electrical problem at our house. We called the local electric company, and they recommended four electricians. Three of them came to our house and gave estimates. They all seemed eager for the job and told us to contact them. Unfortunately, when we called and then emailed each of them, we received no replies. They ignored our messages and made us wait to see if they would reply to us. It would have been nice and respectful if they could have at least sent us a simple message saying, “Sorry, but I am unable to take this job because my schedule is busy right now.” That is the proper way to do business! Responding to the comment that a handicapped person GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

outpouring of love and support that has helped see me through my recent battle with cancer. Sandy, Deb, Nicole and Howard; only with your constant love and reassurance have I been able to endure this battle. To the many people who reached out to offer prayers, rides and hugs, I will never forget your kindnesses. I am truly blessed. Jill O’Coyne Owens Thank you so much! Big Thank You to Bob Devos at O’Connor Chevrolet and Ron Kyle at Vision Dodge for helping me with my car.

should welcome any assistance they are offered, whether requested or not: I am shocked! I am not an object for your pity. I am a person, endowed with the same rights as anyone else. I am quite capable on my own, but if I require assistance, I will ask for it. Touching me or my wheelchair, without my permission, is assault. It is against the law! Before you offer to “help” me, please wait for me to ask. Otherwise, you could find yourself explaining things to a policeman. I repeatedly asked for a VIP Empire Pass at my library, but it’s always out. I have been told a man checked it out in mid-June and still has it. Phone calls have not been returned; emails ignored. You may have saved some money, but

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How do you know you live in an amazing community? When neighbors just show up ready to help with a big project you’re tackling. A huge thank you to Kirk for helping us reshingle our roof. We cannot thank you enough! -G&K A big Thank You to Top’s Pharmacy in Hamlin. A big thank you to Anthony, Michelle, and Gary at Top’s Pharmacy in Hamlin. Day in and day out they do their jobs, counting pills, dealing with insurance companies and physicians to try to accommodate the needs of the customers. At times, it can be quite frustrating indeed,

all you really accomplished is to be known as a patron inconsiderate of others. It’s a privilege offered by NYS and the library system. It’s a shame you feel you’re owed this benefit more than others. You should be ashamed, but I doubt you are. Hoping this message shames you into returning the Pass and apologizing to the librarians who must keep telling other patrons they can’t help them. It was a stupid thing to do. My light turned green, and I started making a left. You peeled out of that restaurant like a bat of you know where with no turn signal on. You were lucky I was able to bring the car to a stop halfway out as my classic car is not made with power brakes. It was a stupid, dangerous thing to do. I was tempted to

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and that is why I want to thank them for a job well done. Anthony takes the time to try and explain things, and Gary is courteous and always pleasant, so much so that I wouldn’t know if he was having a bad day. They do their jobs without so much asan accolade and so in behalf of my family and I, I feel they deserve a shout out. Thank you for not only a job well done, but more importantly, thank you for being kind, courteous, and considerate while taking care of your customers’ needs.

backtrack and tell the police in the grocery store parking lot who were attending to a fender bender . I had a test taken and the doctor’s office said the results should be in on Friday. I told them I would call on Monday. So, on Monday I called three times and couldn’t get an answer. The doctor’s office can’t keep any help. There is always someone new that has no answers. I wonder why they can’t keep any help. My time is worth something also. They think just because they are doctors, they are above everyone else.



INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT FALL The colors of fall foliage are actually present year-round. Fall is known for its colorful foliage. But the pigments responsible for those colors are actually present year-round. According to the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, green, yellow and orange pigments are present year-round. However, during spring and summer, the leaves serve as factories where many foods necessary to help the tree grow are manufactured. That process takes place in the leaf in cells containing chlorophyll, which gives the leaves their green color. This process ceases as hours of daylight decrease and temperatures drop. As a result, chlorophyll breaks down, the green color disappears and the vivid colors of fall foliage begin to appear.

“Complete Estate of Kenneth and Betty Morris“ Antiques/Household/Collectibles/Tools/Wood Working Equipment Real Estate: Stately turn of the century 2 story home, 5 bedrooms, 1.5 bath, kitchen, formal dining room, living room, large family parlor. Wraparound porch, full basement, natural woodwork, natural gas, detached 2 car garage/barn. Picturesque large treed village lot. Terms for Real Estate: Sells free and clear and “as is”. Auction sale contract is non-contingent (Cash Sale). Closing 30 days from auction date. A 10% deposit will be required. $5,000 in cash or certified funds auction day and the remainder of the deposit, if any, within 5 business days. Opening bid is $25,000. A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid (min.$3,000) to become part of the final sale price. The information provided here believed to be accurate but buyer must rely on their own inspection and information and should verify prior to bidding. Auctioneer/Real Estate Broker: Howard Byer - Gavel Realty For more information on Real Estate call (585) 766-2308

Household: Decorative stoneware, corner oak bow glass china cabinet, wicker furniture, Victorian marble top bedroom suite, marble top sideboard, marble top tables/commodes, Victorian sofas/settees, Roseville pottery, Carnival glass, stand w/drawer, treadle sewing machine, sleigh bed, banket box, Oriental rugs, curio cabinet, dressers, beds, chairs, old dishes. Woodworking Tools & Carriage Barn Contents: John Deer D130 riding lawn mower, Craftsman table saws, Craftsman band saw, Craftsman band saw, Craftsman 12” lathe, Craftsman planer, Dewalt router, wood clamps, power tools, carpentry books, tool boxes, garden tools, step ladders, snow blowers, commercial sewing machine, push mower, assortment of misc. lumber. Terms of On-Site Estate Auction: Cash/Check/Credit Card. 10% Buyers Premium. Removal of items day of sale!

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Answers 1. Rickey Henderson, with 42 in 1982 (when he also successfully stole 130 bases). 2. Sonny Siebert, with 21 games in 1965. 3. The Detroit Lions came back from 20 points down to beat the San Francisco 49ers in 1957. 4. Michigan’s Glen Rice had 27 in 1989. 5. Patrick Kane, with 42 points. 6. Rene Thomas, in 1914. 7. Roberta Vinci was 32 when she reached the U.S. Open semifinals in 2015.

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TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. MOVIES: Who was the voice of Genie in the animated version of “Aladdin” (1992)? 2. GEOGRAPHY: What river forms the northern border of Kentucky? 3. LITERATURE: Who wrote the short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”? 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What kind of dog was Toto in the book and movie “The Wizard of Oz”? 5. MYTHOLOGY: What is the name of the Greek god of sleep? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president earned the nickname “Silent Cal” for his quiet demeanor? 7. FOOD & DRINK: What is another name for Middle Eastern pocket bread? 8. HISTORY: What battle started the U.S. Civil War? 9. MEASUREMENTS: How many milliliters are in a teaspoon? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent for the Roman numerals MCMLXXXIV?


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IT PAYS TO USE CRATES WHEN TRAINING PUPPIES Many dog owners, particularly those who have never before had a dog, may hesitate to employ crates to train their puppies. That’s understandable, as on the surface it can seem cruel or inhumane to confine a living animal to a cage. However, the AKC notes that dogs are den animals that naturally seek out canine caves for security. That’s true whether dog owners provide crates for their puppies or not. So while humans may see crates as cruel, dogs very likely view their crates as secure places where they can go if they get scared or feel skittish. In fact, according to the AKC, dogs’ perception of crates is one reason why dog owners typically find it relatively easy to get their dogs to adjust to crates and ultimately enjoy them.


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A memorial service for Tom and Judy Brewton will be held at 1pm on October 19th at the First Presbyterian Church at 54 Maple Ave. in Cohocton. A reception with light food will follow. All are welcome. Please dress as you like - informal is fine. There will be an opportunity for participants to share their thoughts and memories of Tom and Judy during the service, and also in a “memory book” at the event - either prepared in advance or written during the event. Participants are also encouraged to bring photos or mementos to place on a table during the event.

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50/50 & Door Prizes - Proceeds benefit local Scout Troop 38 and Hornell Animal Shelter.

Bring an item to donate to the Hornell Shelter and receive one FREE 50/50 ticket!

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P enny Social & Auction Saturday, October 12, 2019 Dansville Town Hall • 14 Clara Barton St., Dansville Doors open at 5 PM • Drawings Start at 6 PM Snacks & great family fun!!! Many new items!! All proceeds go to the Master’s Tabernacle Mission Outreach to help support our mission work here at home and abroad.




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The Genesee Valley Church of Christ offers for FREE the following: (Check your choice or choices) New King James Bible Eight Lesson Bible Correspondence Course DVD “Searching for Truth” with Workbook Searching for Truth workbook alone (has same info as DVD) Where do we go when we die? DVD Mail this ad to: Genesee Valley Church of Christ PO Box 324, Dansville, NY 14437 or email us at: with your request. We will need your:

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TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DRIVING VACATION: Pack stuff for kids to do. Prevent or delay the “are we there yets” with movies, puzzles, books, and music for children. Pack headphones so their devices will not disturb others.

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Fall Clearance! Best prices of the season on all in-stock sheds and gazebos. Making room for 2020 stock. All in-stock outdoor furniture is on sale. We will even hold your purchase until Christmas.


• Gazebos • Storage Buildings • Outdoor Furniture (PT Wood, Poly, Hickory) • Children’s Items • Horse Barns & • Fine, Solid Wood Run In Sheds • Metal Carports Interior Furniture & Garages • Chicken Coops

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DANSVILLE Breastfeeding Friends of Livingston County! Pregnant and interested in breastfeeding? Need answers to breastfeeding questions? Already breastfeeding and want to meet other moms? You are invited to the Breastfeeding Friends Group. When: Every Monday (except Federal Holidays) beginning January 7, 2019, from 10 am - 12 pm. Where: Dansville Public Library, 200 Main St. Siblings welcome. For more information call the: Livingston County Department of Health at 585-243-7299. Meet pregnant and breastfeeding moms for breastfeeding support and education from certified lactation consultants.

Benefit Bike Ride - Bikers Against Animal Neglect & Abuse Halloween Motorcycle Ride. Saturday, October 19th @ 1:30 pm at the Hammerheads Tavern, 150 Main Street, Dansville. RIDE IS FREE and open to ALL. Annual Roast Beef Dinner Sparta Center United Methodist Church, Rt. 256, Dansville. SUNDAY, October 20, 2019. Serving: 12noon-3pm. Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Squash, Rolls and delicious Pies. Eat in or Take out. Tickets: From any church member or the church office. Office located 5 Chestnut Ave., Dansville). ADULTS: $10, Children: $5 (ages 10 and under). Come join us!

UFO Meet-Up: Friday, October 25 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. $10.00 donation to benefit LLCC and Gifts of Grace Ministry. Does the UFO phenomenon intrigue you? Are you fascinated by extraterrestrials and ancient aliens? Have you had a UFO sighting or encounter? Share your story and meet like-minded people. Led by Parapsychologist, Mary Grace. 585-766-9318. Little Lakes Community Center, 4705 S. Main Street, Hemlock.

NORTH COHOCTON Rummage Sale - North Cohocton Methodist Church, 10 University Ave., No. Cohocton. Thursday, October 17th and Friday, October 18th from 9-2 each day.

FAIRPORT Cohocton Public Library 8 Maple Ave. • 585-384-5170 Hrs.: M 3-7; Tu 10am-7pm; W 1-5pm; Th 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-1pm

Dansville Public Library 200 Main St., Dansville, 585.335.6720 Hrs.: M-Th 10am-8pm; F 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-2pm

Wayland Free Library 101 W. Naples St. • 585-728-5380 Hrs.: M-Th 10am-7pm; F 10am-5pm; Closed Sat. June 29-Aug. 31

Here’s what’s happening at your local library… Wayland Free Library: The Library will be closed October 14th in observance of Columbus Day. The Library will also be closed on October 18th for staff training. S.T.E.A.M. Works for Kids Oct. 21 @ 4:30pm. Technology Help Appointments- Oct. 15, 22 & 28 4-7pm. Call 728-5380 for appt. Technology Walk-In Assistance- Oct 29, 4-7pm. Bee Program for families Oct. 12th, 10:30-11:30am. AARP Smart Driver Course Oct. 24th & 25th - 12:30-3:30pm. (Must attend both sessions) Call 728-5380 to register. Fee due on day of class. $20 each for members & $25 each for nonmembers. Owls program by Wild Spirits Education Oct. 26th @ 10:00 am Halloween Face Painting Oct. 31st 4-6pm Griefshare on Monday’s Sept. 9 Dec. 16 5-6:30pm The library is open on Saturday’s 10am-12pm now thru June.

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Dansville Respite Care is offered at the Dansville United Methodist Church, 5 Chestnut Rd., Dansville. Caregivers drop their loved ones off at a safe and friendly environment staffed by trained volunteers who provide one to one companionship and socialization. Hours are 10 am-2 pm on the FIRST and THIRD Thursdays of each month. Your loved one can stay for a short while or for the full four hours. Transportation is not provided. Must register in advance. Call Noyes Caregiver Resource Center: 585-335-4358. https://www.urmc. Art Saves Lives Blood Drive at Dansville Artworks on 10/30 Join Dansville Artworks for an Art Saves Lives Halloween themed blood drive on October 30th, 1-6pm! Let your inner vampire out and sign up to donate blood at, or by calling 1-800 RED CROSS. You can also email holly.miller2@redcross. org to sign up or for additional information. Dress up in costume for the drive and get a discount on anything at Dansville Artworks! Did you know that every 2 seconds, someone in this country needs blood? Do you part to help out and sign up to donate today! Dansville Artworks, 153 Main St., Dansville. Fifth Annual DCS Wall of Pride Induction to be held Saturday, October 19, 2019 at the Dansville American Legion sponsored by the Foundation for Dansville Education. This year’s inductees are Jane Welch Brushafer, Jane Schryver, C. Arthur Seymour, Paul E. Wamp, Jr. and Mike Welch. Reception with live entertainment begins at 5:30 PM; buffet dinner at 6:00 PM and recognition at 7:30 PM. Tickets ($30) available at the Dansville School District Office. Please call 335-4000 for further information. Cider Sale $5/gallon, Cookies $4/dz - Saturday, October 12th, 9 a.m. to noon at the Ossian Town Hall, 4706 Ossian Hill Road. Benefit Ossian Historical Society.

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Perinton Historical Society presents The Lost Wineries of Western New York. Join us on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 7:00 p.m. at the Fairport Museum, 18 Perrin St, Fairport. Meet the forgotten commercial winemakers of York, Pavilion, Charlotte, Irondequoit, Hemlock, Dansville, and Ossian. Learn why the grape varieties they used have gained new popularity in competitions across our country. Presentation by Jane Oakes.

HEMLOCK Play “A Piece of My Heart” Friday & Saturday, October 11 & 12, 7pm. Sunday, October 13, 3pm. Little Lakes Community Center, 4705 S. Main Street, Hemlock. Tickets $10; Seniors, Students, Active Duty, Vets $8. Not appropriate for children 13 and under. Refreshments may be purchased. The Little Lakes Community Association has partnered with the Honeoye Community Players to produce a series of three events under the title of “Voices of Vets,” that was awarded a grant by the Genesee Valley Council of the Arts. The series honors the courage and sacrifices of veterans, particularly women, who have served our country, but are often overlooked.

ONLINE POLL: Should college student-althetes, who are traditionally unpaid participants in their school’s athletic programs, be compensated and allowed to profit off of their name and image? • Definitely! They’re working! • Only for their name & image • No, school sports are a privilege! Poll Ends 10-15-19 Results From 10-08-19 Considering the recent allegations which have been made against President Trump, how likely is it that he will be impeached? 13.3% Very likely 17.8% It is possible 68.9% Unlikely

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1980’s POWER KING LAWNMOWER FOR PARTS. Pick up in Byron: 585-548-2289

WALKWAY RAMP AND LANDING wanted for disabled person in mobile home:

ThyssenKrupp CHAIR LIFT SL47 Citia, 10 ft. long. Pick up in Chili Center: 585-406-8753

Stack of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINES for kids in school to cut out pictures of animals: 585-734-6110

500+ HARD BOUND LAW BOOKS. Excellent condition: Ron 315-521-3896

JEWELRY, all kinds, any condition: 585-377-4604

Large quantity of FABRIC SAMPLE BOOKS. Prefer to give to a community-based agency. Lima: 585-734-9121

PAIR OF NEW SNEAKERS for disabled woman. Size 10W, New Balance. Pittsford area: 585-383-0405


IPAD in working condition. Alexander area: 585-409-6477

QUEEN BED FRAME: 585-286-8841


FULL SIZE BOX SPRING and BED FRAME: 585-436-8158 leave message


DOG CRATE/KENNEL to transport three cats across country. Henrietta. Leave message or text: 585-278-7758

Beautiful, 9’ tall, healthy, potted FICUS TREE. Needs a new home, Perfect for large, airy space. You pick up: 585-657-4894


NEWBORN BABY BOY CLOTHES, BOUNCER/SOOTHER, one with wheels, one not. Very good condition, all. Avon area: Text 360-489-5419

AUTHENTIC VERNONWARE DISHES. Yellow/brown plaid - plates, cups, saucers, bowls, salt & pepper shakers, etc. Made in USA: 585-226-8496

HOLLISTER NEW IMAGE SKIN BARRIER FLOATING FLANGE, ref #1583, 57mm x 38mm. Five boxes: 585-293-1439

Old outdated COMPUTERS, DESKTOPS or LAPTOPS. Also, OLD VIDEO and AUDIO EQUIPMENT: Terry 336-247-3245

KING SIZE WAVELESS SOFTSIDE WATERBED w/nightstand, FOLD OUT COUCH w/a bed in it, two DESKS 585-409-7831

MILITARY ITEMS to borrow or be donated for play about Vietnam. Ex.: Army trunk, knapsack, hats, boots, fatigues:

GRE TEST PREP - Workbooks, practice tests, flash cards. Verbal/Math: 585-245-2515

Any kind of CRAFT ITEMS - greeting cards, material, paints, scrapbook supplies, glues, paint, brushes, paper, etc.: 585-748-0356

PRO FORM 495 PI COOLING BREEZE TREADMILL. Works well in flat position but needs welding to incline. Fan works: 585-889-4330


TWIN BED w/MATTRESS, BLACK WOOD FRAME. Pittsford location. You pick up: 412-260-4247

AFX, AURORA, TYCO HO Slot Cars and accessories: 585-330-8152

POOL CUES for a local fire department: 585-346-9696

PING PONG TABLE and OLD SHEET MUSIC. You pick up, Bergen: 585-494-1574

FOUR OLD TIRES (75R/15) to replace good tires on van to be scrapped: 585-637-6961



MEN’S CLOTHING, Sizes 4x-6x. Shorts, dress slacks and shirts:585-465-0977

VENISON for middle-aged man on disability who cannot hunt anymore. Greatly appreciated. LeRoy/Batavia area: 585-483-2997

UPRIGHT PIANO, Honeoye Falls. 585-747-5521

VINTAGE ELECTRONICS, Tubes, tube testers, tests equipment, radios, microphones, stereo audio, motors, speakers, meters, turntables, communication gear, books, etc:

XEROX COPIER, color print cartridges, Model # 8R7904, desktop copier, SPORTS ART CARDIO BIKE, Model #5005: 585-297-2466, 3PM-8PM

LARGE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, Modern style not heavy or chunky wood, light-colored wood, drawers, lighted, frosted glass for TV: 585-409-4920 Submit at under Our Sections - Give & Take - or call 226-8111 x 111

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LVCO Senior Nutrition Program Avon (585) 226-6353 • Dansville (585) 335-8130 WEEK OF OCTOBER 14-18 Monday:** Closed for Columbus Day Tuesday: Meatloaf w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Apple Juice, Chocolate Chip Cookies Wednesday: Creamy Chicken Breast, Stewed Tomatoes, Spinach, Wheat Dinner Roll, Pineapple

Thursday: Egg Salad, Wheat Bread Slices (2), Potato Salad, Tomato Cucumber Salad, Tropical Fruit Friday:*** BBQ Pork, Bun, Wax Beans, Broccoli, Lemon Bar ***No Meal Served at Dansville Site Today

How to give back to seniors in your community The strongest communities tend to be those in which members make a concerted effort to give as much as they get. Giving back to one’s community can foster strong relationships with fellow residents and ensure that everyone, including the less fortunate, is in position to live happy, healthy lives. Certain people in a community may be more vulnerable to issues that can adversely affect quality of life than others. For example, the National Institute on Aging notes that, as men and women age, many are alone more often than when they were younger, leaving them vulnerable to social isolation and loneliness. Such feelings can prove very harmful to their health, potentially contributing to problems such as depression, cognitive decline and heart disease. Volunteering to help the aging members of one’s community is a great way to give back, and such efforts can prove rewarding for both seniors and the volunteers who lend them a hand. • Pull an extra chair up to the dinner table. Many a meaningful connection has been made and maintained over the dinner table. Breaking bread with a senior from your community is a great way to foster such connections and provide an avenue for social interaction for seniors. Seniors who live alone might not enjoy cooking for one each night, but they might jump at the chance to eat dinner with a neighbor and even help prepare the meal. Invite a senior over once per week, encouraging them to share stories about their lives as well as how the community has developed over the years. • Help seniors manage their finances. Many seniors struggle to manage their finances, as laws regarding taxes and investing are subject to routine changes. A little help in this area can go a long way for seniors. Adults who want to help but don’t know where to begin can do the legwork for their aging neighbors. Contact agencies such as AARP to determine if there are any financial assistance programs that can help seniors effectively manage their money and take advantage of age-specific perks, such as programs that may help seniors lower their energy costs. • Offer to help around the house. Seniors who reside in singlefamily homes may not be able to keep up with routine home maintenance. Neighbors who want to help can offer to mow the lawn, tend to the landscaping and tidy up inside. Keep an eye open for other issues, such as clogged gutters, that can be fixed easily but prove costly if they go ignored. Helping aging neighbors is a great way to give back and build strong communities. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On Oct. 15, 1917, Mata Hari, the seductive female spy, is executed for espionage by a French firing squad. Mata Hari claimed to have been born in a sacred temple, but in reality, the exotic dancer was born Margaretha Geertruida Zelle in Holland. • On Oct. 17, 1931, gangster Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion. Capone had avoided long stints in jail by bribing city officials and intimidating witnesses, and tax evasion was the only way federal agent Elliot Ness and “The Untouchables” could get him.


• On Oct. 14, 1947, U.S. Air Force Capt. Chuck Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. His X-1 rocket plane was dropped from a B-29 aircraft, rocketed to 40,000 feet and exceeded 662 mph. * On Oct. 16, 1958, Chevrolet begins to sell a car-truck hybrid that it calls the El Camino. The vehicle, a combination sedan-pickup truck built on a station-wagon platform, was discontinued two years later, but was brought back in 1964.

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Cancer claims the lives of millions of people across the globe every year. Yet the fight against cancer is anything but hopeless, as the World Health Organization notes that between 30 and 50 percent of all cancer cases are preventable. Learning about cancer is one of the best ways for people to protect themselves from this deadly disease. Researchers continue to learn more about cancer every day and routinely discover that information once thought to be accurate was actually off-base. Despite researchers’ best efforts, some myths about cancer still prevail. Some of these myths are about cancer in general, while others refer to specific cancers, including breast cancer. Myths about breast cancer can be as harmful as accurate information is helpful, so learning the truth and debunking those myths can be an important part of women’s preventive approach to breast cancer. • Myth: Drinking milk increases your risk for breast cancer. The American Cancer Society notes that early studies raised concerns that drinking milk from cows treated with hormones could increase a person’s risk for breast cancer. However, ensuing research failed to find a clear link between the two. In fact, a 2002 study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology found no significant association between dairy fluid intake and breast cancer risk. • Myth: Lumps indicate breast cancer. The National Breast Cancer Foundation® (NBCF) says that only a small percentage of breast lumps turn out to be cancer. However, abnormalities or changes in breast tissue should always be brought to the attention of a physician. • Myth: Mammograms cause breast cancer to spread. This myth is rooted in the incorrect notion that breast compression while getting a mammogram causes the cancer to spread. However, the NBCF insists that cannot happen. In fact, the National Cancer Institute touts the benefits of mammograms while the ACS recommends women between the ages of 45 and 54 get mammograms every year. For additional breast cancer screening guidelines, visit the ACS at • Myth: Women with a family history of breast cancer are likely to develop breast cancer, too. This myth is dangerous because, if taken at face value, it can give women with no family history of breast cancer a false sense of security. However, the NBCF notes that only about 10 percent of individuals diagnosed with breast cancer have a family history of the disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note that a woman’s risk for breast cancer is higher if she has a first-degree relative, including a mother, sister, daughter, or even a male family member, who have had the disease. But breast cancer can affect anyone, regardless of their family history. Information is a valuable asset in the fight against breast cancer. Learning to decipher between accurate and false information can be especially valuable.

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INFLAMMATION Inflammation can affect anyone, and those who have battled it likely have nothing positive to say. But while few people may associate inflammation with something good, inflammation is actually a process by which the body’s white blood cells and the substances those cells produce protect the body from infection at the hands of bacteria, viruses and other foreign organisms. While inflammation is protective by nature, sometimes an inflammatory response is triggered by mistake. When that happens, the body’s immune system, which is designed to protect the body, begins to damage its own tissues. The resulting symptoms of this faulty immune system response may include joint pain, joint stiffness, loss of function in the joints, and swelling of the joints. None of those symptoms are comfortable, and people suffering from them may be on the lookout for ways to alleviate their pain and suffering. While anyone battling persistent inflammation should speak with their physicians to explore their treatment options, a preliminary search of how to best treat inflammation will no doubt turn up information about heat therapy and cold therapy.

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Give Back And Feel Rewarded An estimated 154,794 Americans are currently living with metastatic breast cancer, which occurs when cancer in the breast spreads to other parts of the body, most often the lungs, liver, bones, and brain. One quarter of this number represents those whose metastatic disease was found at diagnosis, while three-quarters have experienced metastatic recurrence of early stage disease. Approximately 20% to 30% of people first diagnosed with early stage disease will later develop advanced or metastatic breast cancer. Compiled by the Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester

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HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You could be caught in a torrent of advice from wellmeaning friends and colleagues this week. But remember, Lamb, you are at your best when you are your own inimitable self. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Expect strong efforts to get you to accept things as they are and not question them. But ignore all that and continue your inquiries until you’re sure you have all the answers you need. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Heavier than usual family and workplace duties compete for your time this week. Try to strike a balance so that you’re not overwhelmed by either. Pressures ease by week’s end. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It’s a good time for the Moon Child to show off your uniquely inspired approach to the culinary skills -especially if they’re directed toward impressing someone special. LEO (July 23 to August 22) You might be happy about the re-emergence of a longdeferred deal. But don’t pounce on it quite yet. Time can change things. Be sure the values you looked for before are still there. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Try to rein in your super-critical attitude, even if things aren’t being done quite as you would prefer. Remember: What you say now could create an awkward situation later on. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Although you can expect on-the-job cooperation from most of your colleagues this week, some people might insist on knowing more about your plans before they can accept them. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Creating another way to do things is commendable. But you could find some resistance this week from folks who would rather stick with the tried-and-true than try something new. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You usually can keep your aim focused on your goal. But you might need to make adjustments to cope with unsteadiness factors that could arise over the course of the week. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) News arrives about a projected move. Be prepared to deal with a series of possible shifts, including starting and finishing times, and how much the budget will actually cover. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A new relationship needs time to develop. Let things flow naturally. It could be a different story with a workplace situation, which might require faster and more focused attention. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Accept a compliment without trying to troll for any hidden reason beyond what was said. After all, don’t you deserve to be praised every now and then? Of course you do. BORN THIS WEEK: You like to weigh all possibilities before making a decision. You would be a fine judge, or even be a star in a jury room. (c) 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Sts. Mary & Matthew Faith Community St. Mary’s, Honeoye • St. Matthew, Livonia - Rev. William Laird 9am Daily Masses - Mon. & Wed. St. Marys, Tues. & Thurs. St. Matthew Weekend Schedule: Saturdays - 3:30pm Reconciliation, 4:30pm Mass at St. Matthew Sundays - 8:30am Mass at St. Mary’s, 10:30am Mass at St. Matthew

A ssembly of God

Cohocton Assembly of God 31 N. Dansville St. • Cohocton, NY • 585-384-9113 • Pastor Dan Gardner Sunday School: 10am, Sun. Worship: 11am

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

Baptist Pleasant Valley Baptist Church 4631 Lakeville Rd., Geneseo • 243-0130 Pastor Don Ray • E-mail: • Sunday School 10:00am Worship Services Sunday, 11:00am • Bible Study Wed., 6:30pm Children’s Church • Youth Activities

Church of t he N azarene Springwater Church of the Nazarene 8498 Indian Valley Rd, Springwater, NY Pastor, Nathaniel Ferguson, 585-669-2173 Sunday: Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m.

Cornerstone Baptist Church 4232 Reservoir Rd., Geneseo • 243-4514 Pastor John Zatkiewicz Sunday School 9:45am Worship 11am & 6pm Wed. Prayer, Awana & Teen Youth Group 6:30pm

Community Church GraceLife Church


275 E. Main Street, Avon, NY 14414 • 585-226-2916 Pastor Derek Levendusky Sunday Services 9:00 & 11:00am Gospel • Community • Mission • Family

Holy Family Catholic Community Office: 206 Fremont St., Wayland, NY 14572 • 728-2228 Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9:00am-4:00pm, Fri. 9:00am-12:00noon Mass Schedule: Sat., 4:00pm @ St. Mary’s, 40 Elizabeth St., Dansville; Sun. 7:30am @ St. Joseph’s, 206 Fremont St., Wayland; Sun. 8:30am @ St. Pius, 35 Maple Ave., Cohocton; Sun. 9:30am @ Sacred Heart, 11119 Chapel St., Perkinsville; Sun. 11:00am @ St. Mary’s, 40 Elizabeth St., Dansville


St. Agnes, St. Rose, St. Paul 96 Prospect Street, Avon • 226-2100 Saturday:4pm at St Agnes in Avon Sunday :8am at St Rose in Lima Sunday:9:45am at St Paul of the Cross in Honeoye Falls Sun: 11:30 at St Agnes in Avon

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 25 Clara Barton Street • Box 127 Dansville, NY 14437 • 585-335-5434 Sunday Service @ 10:30am

St. Luke the Evangelist Parish

Zion Episcopal Church

Sat. 4:00 pm at St. Lucy, Retsof • Sun. 8:00 am at St. Mary, Geneseo Sun. 8:15 am at Holy Angels, Nunda • Sun. 10 am at St. Patrick, Mt. Morris Sun. 10:15 am at St. Mary, Geneseo Daily Masses: Mon. 8:00 am at St. Mary, Tues. at St. Patrick, Wed. & Fri. at St. Thomas Aquinas

10 Park Place (on the Circle), Avon • 226-3722 Sun. Service & Eucharist 10:00am Christian Youth (Pre-K-12) Ed 9:00am Christian Adult Ed 9:00am Martha’s Kitchen serving free lunch every Sat. at noon. All are welcome.


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Geneseo United Methodist Church Rt. 63 & Court Street, Geneseo • 243-3160 Rev. Dr. Keith Griswold, Pastor 8:30am Non-Traditional Worship, 10:30am Traditional. 9:30am coffee hour • Sunday School classes for all ages. Nursery care provided. • Now “Looped” for the Hearing Impaired. “Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors” • Handicapped accessible

Evangelical Free Church Livonia Community Church A non-denominational Evangelical church 9 High St., 346-5290; The Rev. Harry V. Vellekoop Sunday School – all ages 9:45am; Worship Service 10:30am

United Methodist Church of Livonia 21 Summers St., Livonia • (585) 346-3511 E-mail: • Website: Welcoming New Pastor: Hoyt Brown Breakfast 8am-9am • Sunday Worship at 9am and 10:30am All are welcome! Sunday School at 9am

United Methodist Church of Livonia 21 Summers St., Livonia • (585) 346-3511 E-mail: • Website: Welcoming New Pastor: Hoyt Brown July and August only, we will have ONE service at 9am, followed by Praise and Worship Music from 10am-10:30am. All are welcome!


St. Paul’s Lutheran Church - ELCA 21 Clara Barton St., Dansville • 335-5260 • Sunday Worship 9:15am • Sunday School 9:15am Handicap accessible. All are welcome.

Lutheran Church of the Epiphany LCMS 6050 East Avon-Lima Rd. (Rt. 5 & 20), E. Avon • 226-2200 Pastor Clayton Zuber Facebook: epiphanyavon Sun. Worship 10:30am Bible Study 9:30am

St. Timothy Lutheran Church 5015 Lakeville Rd. (Rt. 20A), Geneseo • 243-4490 • Pastor Debbie Johnson Sunday Worship: 9:30 AM • Sunday School: Sept. - May 10:30 AM All ages come and join us. All are welcome. Handicap accessible.

Avon United Methodist Church 130 Genesee St., Avon • 226-8600 • √ Reverend Mia Richardson Worship: Sundays at 10am, Sunday School 9am • Age 3 to 4th grade Join us for worship anytime online at or on the radio at 7:30am Sundays on 1040AM or 92.1FM

Dansville Free Methodist Church 25 Franklin St., Dansville, 585-335-3898 - Pastor Colleen Dick Sunday Worship 10:30am. Food Link - First Thursday of every month - 3pm Teen Space, program of CASA - 3-5 when school is in session More information call 607-738-7682

Dansville/Sparta Center United Methodist Church 5 Chestnut Ave. Dansville/Route 256 Sparta Center Pastor Nilla Owen Church phone: 585-335-5354 Sunday Worship: Sparta Center 9:30 am/Dansville 11 am Prayer War Room Tuesday/Thursday at 2 pm

Springwater United Methodist Church 8001 South Main St., Springwater, NY 14560 Office: 585-669-2131, Pastor Dawn Merritt Sunday Service: 11am Children’s Church/Sunday School Handicap accessible.

M ethodist Canadice United Methodist Church

Wayland 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

1 East Avenue, Wayland • 585-728-5280 Church Office 585-704-1754 Cell phone • Rev. Osceola W. Wharton Sunday Worship 10:45am Bible Study Wednesday 1:30-3:30pm & 7:00-8:30pm


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Leicester Evangelical Presbyterian Church

N on-D enominational

161 Main St., Leicester • 382-3311 Pastor David Missel Adult Sunday School: 10am • Worship Service: 10:30am Please Join Us!

Faith Fellowship Church 5630 Pebble Beach Rd., Lakeville • 703-1340 Pastor Stephen Sweeting • Steve LaMar, Youth Minister Sunday Worship 9:30am, Music & Prayer • 10:30am Bible Teaching Tuesday Prayer Meeting 7:00pm

Lima Presbyterian Church Corner of 15A and 5&20 • P.O. Box 31A 624-1457 • David Kilgore, Pastor Sunday Worship Service & Children Sunday School 10:30am. All Welcome! Farmer’s Market every Tuesday 3-6pm June 25-Oct.22

Holy Ground Ministries Church 2637 Genesee St. (Rte. 63), Retsof, Across from York School bus garage. 585-245-3334 • Sunday at 10am. All are welcome. Bible Study - 2nd and 4th Saturday at 9:30am See what the Lord can do in your life.

Genesee Valley Church Of Christ Calvin Watson, Minister • 7351 Rt. 256, Scottsburg • 281-4733 (Sparta Community Center) Sunday Bible Study 9-9:45am • Sunday Worship 9:45-10:30am Non-denominational New Testament Teachings.

East Avon First Presbyterian Church Corner Rts. 15 and 5&20, East Avon • 226-6460 Worship 10am Children’s Sunday School during Worship 10am Everyone is always welcome!

First Presbyterian Church of Livonia Center 3836 Richmond Mills Road, Rt. 20A, Livonia Center 346-5075 Pastor, Jamie Tyrrell Sunday Worship 9:30 am • Handicap Accessible

Presbyterian York United Presbyterian Church Avon Central Presbyterian Church 133 Genesee St., Avon • 226-2626 Pastor Carin Farmer Sunday Worship 10:00am (July & August - 9:00am) Children’s Sunday School during Worship (Sept.-May). Nursery provided • All are welcome!

2662 Main St., York, NY

243-1266 Worship at 11:00am Pastor: Rev. Michelle Sumption All are welcome!

Central Presbyterian Church of Geneseo Corner 2nd & Center St. • 243-0669 Pastor Rev. Dr. Nancy E. Lowmaster Worship and Children’s Sunday School 10:00am

United Church of Christ Lakeville United Church of Christ 5687 Big Tree Rd., Lakeville • 346-5235 Sunday Worship at 10:30am All are welcome/Open and Affirming Church. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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USING LEFTOVER HALLOW EEN CANDY Cookies, brow nies and cake bars taste even better w ith peanut butter cups, chips and chocolate candies baked inside. Some candy can be frozen for later use in baked goods. Baked goods can be enjoyed by the family or used for bake sales for schools and other organizations.


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LAWN & LANDSCAPING SAFELY REMOVING FALLEN LEAVES Use the proper gear. A leaf rake fans out like a triangle and comes in various widths. Choose a lightweight material that can be easily maneuvered. A metal rake is for stones and dirt and shouldn’t be used for leaves. To get between bushes, a smaller version of a leaf rake, called a shrub rake, should be used.

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GET YOUR HOME FALL- AND WINTER-READY One of the easiest and most effective defenses against heat loss is proper insulation. Prevent cold drafts from entering and the loss of heated air through basement headers, which, when left exposed, can make your furnace work harder. Look for a moisture-resistant product offering high thermal performance, such as Roxul Comfortbatt insulation. This type of mineral wool insulation makes installation simple. All that’s needed is a serrated blade or bread knife. Cut the batt to fit the cavity and press into place. The insulation will help improve energy efficiency as soon as it’s in place and provide savings over the lifetime of your home. Comfortbatt can also be used to top or replace old attic insulation. Aim for an R-50 or a depth of 16 inches.

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CONSERVE ENERGY AROUND THE OFFICE Conservation methods can help save energy and preserve natural resources, but business owners may also be intrigued by the potential cost-savings of conservation. Utility costs vary depending on the size of a business, but the U.S. Small Business Administration notes that prospective business owners must estimate and include such costs when seeking loans to start their businesses. Estimated utility costs can be intimidating, especially for those owners who have never before owned their own businesses. Traditional conservation methods like recycling and reusing are great ways to conserve and save around the office, but business owners also can embrace some other ways to lower their office energy costs while benefitting the planet at the same time.

Opportunities, Opportunities, Opportunities!

THE RIGHT WAY TO UPDATE A RÉSUMÉ Put your own voice in the résumé. Rather than using standard verbiage on your résumé, personalize what you want to say. Hiring managers want to hire a human, not a machine. When speaking about yourself, be sure to use strong action words that define your skills even further. HR professionals cite terms like “managed,” “achieved” and “improved” as examples of positive, assertive words.

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Want to work close to home and play an important role at our growing health centers? Here’s your opportunity! Tri-County Family Medicine has health centers in your “backyard” and we need motivated professionals to help us bring healthcare to your neighbors. We need the following positions filled. RNs • LPNs • Medical Assistants • Care Managers We’re an independent community health center and we serve everyone regardless of our patients’ ability to pay. Spanish language skills a huge plus! Call (585) 335-3100, or send your letter and resume to, or to the address below: Tri-County Family Medicine Attn: Job Openings P.O. Box 601, Dansville, NY 14437


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FREE: 1950’s Magnavox AM/FM Phonograph stereo. It works. Heavy, bring your pickup truck and muscles. Downsizing Sale: Antique China Buffet, Larken Antique Desk, Stained Glass Lamp, 2 End Table Lamps, Oak End Tables, Jewelry and much more. For an appointment call 585-305-3325. FOR SALE: Baleage Alfalfa/Grass Mix. 2018 Corn Silage. Wilson Dairy Farms, Canaseraga Rd., Dansville. Call 607-382-3342 JUST TRADED: Janome (top of the line) model 12000 Memory Craft sewing, quilting, embroidery sewing machine, new condition, new machine warranty plus 5 year free service, many extras. 1/2 price $4999. Bailey’s Sewing Center, Leicester, NY 585-382-3290.



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PETS ROTTWEILER PUPPIES. Male & female available. AKC registered. Tail docked. 1st shots and dewormed. Family raised. $1200. 585-905-4421.

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9798 County Route 46, Dansville $159,900: 4 Br home on 2 acre lot! Many updates Incl. NEW Amish built Kit., newer metal roof, Vinyl windows, vinyl sided. Updated carpet. First floor laundry and full bath. Poss 2 Br down and 3 br up. Home has storage space galore! Bonus room above Kit. waiting for your touch. Poss. a game room, in-law suite! Huge barn w/elec. Call/Text Robbin Smith Today! 585-721-4771

49 Elizabeth St., Dansville $77,000: BACK ON THE MARKET AND READY TO SELL!!! (Previous buyer fell through!) 3 bedroom 1 bath ranch sits on nice fenced in lot with a 1 car detached garage!! Nice layout with full basement! Easily manageable and close to the amenities of Main St!!! Call/Text Justine Fox 585-746-6736



10898 State Route 36, Dansville $139,900: Wonderfully maintained 3 bedroom/1.5 bath Ranch home within walking distance to Stonybrook State Park. Features a 43x56 garage with heat and bathroom. Fenced in backyard provides lots of privacy as you enjoy time on your patio. Call/Text Robbin Smith 585-721-4771

4111 Newcomb Hollow Rd., Cohocton $39,900: Privacy at its finest! This home is in need of repairs and is being sold “AS-IS” but could be an amazing piece of property! Located on the crnr of 415 & Newcomb Hollow Rd. A long drive leads to 2.16 acres of peace and quiet! Mins. from 390 the property could make a great weekend home or hunting camp! Basement area of the house could easily be made into more bdrms & bathrms or “in-law” quarters! Call/Text Bridgett Hoag 585-734-5874


6127 Coots Rd., Howard $122,900: Fresh painted ext. siding and shutters, Just a step off the kit. is a spacious pantry. New stain. steel fridge, stove, microwave, and generator included. Owner is neg. with all personal belongings. New well Pump, New water softener, and new gutters. Very spac. basement, sits on an acre Call/Text Robin Glover 585-519-8858


4101 State Route 21, Cohocton $134,900: 3-4 Br home on 6+ acres. Beautiful country wooded setting overlooking a pond. HW floors, lg. windows with plenty of natural light. Detached garage. Call/Text Robbin Smith Today 585-721-4771

5 Livingston Blvd., Dansville $109,900: 3 bedrooms and 1 bath two story home on nice lot in village close to schools! Natural woodwork throughout! Enjoy the front sitting porch or watching the kids play from the deck!!! Call/Text Robbin Smith 585-721-4771


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Grand Opening 45 VanCampen St., Dansville $119,900: This home sits on a lrg. lot with 3-4 bdrms. and 2.5 bath! Large Kit. overlooking the backyard with lots of storage. You’ll love the hardwood floors. But don’t forget about the updated mechanics; New furnace, hot water tank and panel box, All mechanics are new!! Call/Text Justine Fox 585-746-6736

38 Maple Ave. Cohocton $69,900: PRICED TO SELL!!! Spac. 4 bdrm home with poss. 5th first floor bdrm with 1 full bath. 1st flr laundry and mud. Bonuses: Pleated Steel Roof with a 50 yr. warranty, new carpets in 2017, some newer windows incl. large picture window in liv. room with lifetime warranty, updated electric/panel in 2018, vinyl siding in 2006, 2013 furnace, 2012 hot water tank. Amish shed with warranty. Call/Text Justine Fox 585-746-6736

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