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First year teacher looking for CLASSROOM FURNITURE AND SUPPLIES. Large oval rug, mailbox, rocking chair, electric pencil sharpener. Anything appreciated: PLAYER PIANO ROLLS, AUTO-HARP and CANS OF WHITE PAINT: 585-671-1996 please leave message Used or old RAIL FENCE, don’t need post: 585-334-1249 GAS POWERED PUSH MOWER in good working condition for non-profit museum: 585-589-9013

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DEAR DR. ROACH: Something’s been puzzling me. I’m a 71-year-old female, and my cholesterol tends to hover around the 240 mark. However, I had to give up bread for several weeks due to oral surgery, and my next blood test results showed my cholesterol had plummeted 40 points, to 206. (I actually had them double-check, since I thought they had given me someone else’s report!) I asked my doctor about this, but he didn’t know of any reason for it to happen. My husband thinks it may have something to do with the yeast. Do you have any ideas? -- R.R. ANSWER: No, I don’t think it’s the yeast; I think it’s because you are eating fewer carbohydrates from bread, which get quickly converted to sugar and enters the blood. Sugar has effects on blood cholesterol (especially on triglycerides). Although a 20 percent drop is higher than the average, it’s not out of the expected range. The other thing that is often forgotten is what you changed your diet to. If you ate overall fewer calories, you may have lost a few pounds, and sometimes that can have a big beneficial effect on cholesterol. It also may be the case that you ate more fiber from vegetables, nuts and fruits, which in itself can help reduce cholesterol. It was wise to double-check, because although the lab only rarely makes mistakes, the level in the body does vary a bit. It’s possible that the 240 was higher than your average and the 206 was lower. Following the trend helps prevent those kinds of errors. ***

DEAR DR. ROACH: There is a lot of information about how much one should exercise that doesn’t seem to apply to seniors. I am a 76-year-old man in acceptable health for my age. I have never fallen, but my balance has declined some. I walk about 30 leisurely minutes a day, but I wouldn’t say any of the walk could be defined as “cardio.” When walking on uneven ground, I use a walking stick. I am active in my yard; I mow my lawns and tend vegetable and flower beds. Is this enough of an exercise regimen? -- L.S. ANSWER: You are doing a lot better than most people who are 76. The optimal for you depends, because your exercise regimen has to work for your life. I can say that people who exercise a bit more than you do (including some work with weights and some more vigorous exercise to get the heart rate up -- that’s what defines “cardio”) are likely to have a slightly lower risk of many diseases; however, it’s very wise to be cautious when you have a balance issue, even if you have never fallen. Using a walking stick is great if it helps you (many people have written to say that they use one or two sticks to help maintain balance). What you don’t want is an exercise regimen that you won’t like to do, because people quickly quit exercising if they aren’t enjoying at least some aspect of it. So, keep doing what you are doing: It will help prevent loss of balance, strength and function.

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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel

Safeguard Your Smile, Wherever You Go (NAPSI) - Smile. It’s vacation time, and there are so many paths to fun and adventure close to home. Try winding your way through the Wisconsin Dells water parks or sailing Lake Superior. So pack your bags, and don’t forget your toothbrush-healthy teeth and gums don’t take a vacation. To help, here are some toothsome tips to protect your oral health en route. Before you go: Now is a good time to think of your last regular dental checkup. If you can’t recall, you might want to check in with your dentist and look for any imminent problems. If you take care of them before you go, it’ll be easier to keep the fun flowing. Have toothbrush, will travel: Whether you’re road-tripping or hopping on a flight, your oral hygiene routine shouldn’t take a backseat to fun. Steer clear of dental troubles with regular brushing and flossing. Visit the travel toiletries section of a drug or discount store. You’ll find plenty of essentials to keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy on the go, including travel-sized toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss. Especially handy for long flights or camping: disposable mini toothbrush packs. They don’t require water or toothpaste and fit easily into tiny purses, too.

On Aug. 25, 1835, the start of a six-part series announcing the discovery of life on the moon appears in the New York Sun newspaper. Sales of the paper soared as readers believed the tales about unicorns, two-legged beavers and furry, winged humanoids. Even Yale University scientists were fooled. On Aug. 24, 1873, William Henry Jackson takes the first photographs of Colorado’s elusive Mount of the Holy Cross, providing reliable proof of its existence. The phenomenon formed after thousands of years of erosion of two deep ravines, which by sheltering winter snow from the sun created a perfect cross. On Aug. 19, 1909, the first race is held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. After the unstable rock and tar track caused the deaths of six people that day, the surface was replaced with 3.2 million paving bricks.

Go ahead, vent (your toothbrush). Moist environments breed bacteria, so keep your toothbrush as dry as possible while on the go. A vented toothbrush carrier will do the trick. When you reach your destination, take your toothbrush out of its case so it can dry thoroughly. Keep it away from the sink and at least several feet from the toilet. (Flushing makes bacteria airborne.) Water you waiting for? Everyone should have a personal water bottle that’s easy to hold and carry. You’ll be less tempted by sodas and sugary drinks that aren’t very sweet to your teeth, and more likely to drink water. “Drinking water, especially fluoridated water, helps reduce cavities and protects precious tooth enamel by washing away harmful acids and bacteria,” explained Dr. Fred Eichmiller, Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Delta Dental of Wisconsin. “And if you add ice to cool down your drink, don’t chew it. Ice cubes can crack open fillings-which can crash the best vacation plans.” Swish, rinse, repeat: If you can’t brush after indulging in sticky, sweet treats (such as s’mores), just swish. Keep water nearby while you’re traveling. Dr. Eichmiller encourages patients to make a habit of swishing after meals in any case to clear lingering food particles from your mouth. Brace for emergencies: If you or anyone you’re traveling with has orthodontia, it’s smart to pack some dental wax. If a bracket or wire pops loose, the wax will protect your gums and mouth from injury until you can see your orthodontist. Do you develop canker sores from spicy or salty indulgences? Then remember to pack a small tube of benzocaine (over-the-counter topical anesthetic). Applying ice or rinsing with warm salt water can also help. Gum’s the word: Sugar-free gum can be a lifesaver after meals on the go, especially if you can’t brush away food particles. Gum chewing greatly increases the production of saliva, which can help reduce tooth decay. It can also satisfy your sweet tooth, so you can say no to snacks that are high in sugar. The best vacation photos are the ones in which everybody’s smiling. So keep these tooth-saving tips in mind wherever you wander-and enjoy. You don’t have to let dental difficulties take a bite out of your vacation enjoyment. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Despite your Aries penchant for wanting to tackle a problem head-on, you might want to take a little more time to see how a current situation develops. It could surprise you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Taking on the role of peacemaker in a disruptive environment is a challenge. But you can do it. Just continue to have the same faith in yourself that so many others have in you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Although your work schedule keeps you busy, you should make time to start preparing for that important upcoming family event you’ll want to celebrate in a special way. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Home is where the Moon Child wants to be early in the week. But by week’s end, a chance to travel raises her or his excitement level, and that of the lucky person who gets to go along. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Be careful not to be a copycat when dealing with someone who uses unfair or even unkind methods to reach a goal. As always, do the right thing the right way, and you’ll win in the end. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) An offer could have many good things attached to it that are not apparent at first glance, including a chance to move into another career area. You might want to check out its possibilities. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) With responsibilities surging both in the workplace and in the home, it’s important to prioritize how you deal with them. Be patient. Pressures will begin to ease starting early next week. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A positive reaction to a suggestion could indicate that you’re on track for getting your message to the right people. Devote the weekend to catching up with the special people in your life. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A new attitude from those in charge could make things difficult for you unless you can accept the changes without feeling as if you’re being pressured into doing so. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Family matters once again dominate much of the week. But don’t neglect your workplace duties while you deal with them. An offer to help could come from a surprising source. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A difficult workplace situation begins to ease, but there still are matters that need to be dealt with before it’s fully resolved. There’s also a more positive turn in domestic relationships. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Don’t let yourself be rushed into making a decision about an intriguing financial arrangement. Asking questions and checking it out now could pay off in a big way later on. BORN THIS WEEK: You might have a tendency to be more than a bit judgmental, but others understand it comes from a warm, loving heart.

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DIFFERENT GENERATIONS CAN LEARN AND BENEFIT FROM ONE ANOTHER In the not-so-distant past, extended families frequently lived in close proximity to one another. Such families shared meals and experiences and essentially grew up together. Nowadays, families separate for various reasons, such as job opportunities and cost of living concerns. While there are advantages to spreading out, there are also some disadvantages, namely that grandparents and grandchildren may not see one another frequently enough. Even though people of different age groups may not entirely have the same interests, the interactions between generations can benefit both young people and their aging relatives. Fostering intergenerational connections is a great way to broaden social circles, improve communication and learn new things.


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CANANDAIGUA: 5153 Fieldstone Trail. August 23-24 (9-4pm). MOVING SALE. Household, furniture, decorations, books, toys, sporting equipment, brand name teen boy clothes, and more! CANANDAIGUA: 4141 Lake to Lake Rd. August 23-24 (9-5pm). MULTI-FAMILY. Furniture, jewelry, household, camping, seasonal, garage items, tools, women’s clothing (Lg-3x), and musical equipment.

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PHELPS: 1004 Route 88. 8/22-25 (9-5pm). HUGE COLLECTIBLE, HOUSEHOLD & MORE SALE! Over 20 different collections. Household, DJ equipment/ CDs, karaoke equipment/ CDs, holiday, Scentsy, treadmill, banjo, accordion plus way too much to list!

HONEOYE: 33 Briggs Street. Thursday, August 22 (10-4pm) & Friday-Saturday, August 23-24 (9-4pm). ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD SALE.

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CANANDAIGUA: 6250 Goodale Road. August 24th & 25th (8-3pm) Moving sale. Collectibles, Furniture, Pontoon boat, Clothes. CANANDAIGUA: 112 Holiday Lane. August 16-17 (9-1pm). Something for everyone! Rain or shine. HONEOYE FALLS: Pride Street & Brigham Circle. Community garage sale. August 23rd-24th (8-4pm) Bow flex, Ab lounger, Boys & girls clothing. Downsizing elderly apartment.

FARMINGTON: 6158 Buckskin Drive 8/23-24 (9-2pm) Multi Family Sale. Lots of baby gear (stroller, bouncers, jumpers, etc.) kid’s toys, riding toys, household, furniture.



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Eric Gott, Larry VanNorman and friend are three Livonians that make living in Upstate New York special. Thanks for stopping to help me get my lawn mower unstuck. It’s neighbors like you that make a real difference! Thanks again!

On July 22nd, my husband and I went shopping at Wal-Mart. I thought my purse had been stolen. Upon reporting it to security, she told me it wasn’t stolen. I had left it on the counter in the sewing area and someone turned it in. I want to thank that person for doing the right thing. Thank you! While it is true that the Earth has dealt with many eons of climate change, the issue we are facing is accelerated climate change. We are actually at the tail end of an ice age, believe it or not, and the Earth that we know is warming up quicker than it has ever done in the past. Why is this? Because we are not using renewable energy sources, and we are polluting our planet. In a matter of generations, we have essentially killed the planet. Wind farms and solar energy are in fact the way to go compared to our current coal and oil energy sources, which are dumping out how much pollution? Heaven forbid you see a wind turbine in your field of vision. If you want to be truly accurate, nuclear energy tops all the energy suppliers out there.


I want to say Thank You to law enforcement and anyone else who protects society from criminals. It breaks my heart to see our ‘Men and Women in Blue’ who are being treated badly, especially by those who are misbehaving and undisciplined. They are disrespecting our men and women in blue, and our military, too, especially in Thanks to Dave Coty [local city]. Do the right thing and the Town of Livonia by supporting those who put crew for making our roads their lives on the line every safer for travel. We greatly day for strangers. Thank appreciate the guard You to all law enforcement rails you installed at a personnel, our military potentially unsafe culvert at personnel and those who the bottom of a hill where respect and support these ice forms, deer cross and men and women. The problem a deep ravine all come is not just the actions of together. disrespectful people, but it is Many thanks from also the silence of the good a grateful traveler Climate Change is real, and it is happening. The UN released a report stating that close to 1 million plant and animal species are near extinction and that the causes are all manmade. Wildfires are bigger and fiercer; storms are getting stronger; climate change is all around us. We need to have more solar farms or wind turbines to reduce emissions from coal and gas power plants. I would like to live in a world where the polar ice caps remain, the coasts are not flooded and 100-degree days are not the norm.

group holds up a table for the server; they get only a certain number of tables. You definitely wouldn’t like it if the shoe were on the other foot. You would no doubt be yelling and hollering about not being treated fairly. So, next time you go to a restaurant, don’t spend so much, so that you will be able to give a decent tip or just go to a fast food joint to eat.

We all like to be appreciated. Between my Mom, Dad and myself, we have each leased cars from one dealer for four years. I just switched to another Servers depend on tips dealer. Is it too much to ask for their salary. If you that your salesman call you come into a restaurant, after you’ve had the car for with a group especially, and a week or so, not only to get good service, then tip thank you for your business accordingly. A five-dollar but also as a courtesy to see tip for a bill well over $100 how you like the vehicle? is not acceptable! Your Maybe I am old-fashioned,

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people who do not defend those who enforce our laws. About the Circle in Avon Village - looks great! The hanging baskets & flower beds are beautiful and a pleasure to drive by! Congrats to TOPS (LeRoy) on their recent remodeling job! Looks great; produce department is especially nicely updated. A Regular Customer

but I, for one, would have liked to receive that call. I asked my neighbor if I could place a political sign in his yard for the June primary. A few days after I placed my sign, a different sign appeared next to it. The day after the primary, I removed my sign. Two days later, my neighbor called me to see if I was going to remove the other sign. I informed him I did not place another sign in his yard. My neighbor assumed it was me and was furious to learn the sign was placed without permission. I’ve since learned several signs were placed throughout the county without permission. This is not right!



Victor Farmington Library: Let’s Play Bridge: Fridays 1:00PM. Basic knowledge of the game required. See below for information on our fall Beginning Bridge classes. Knitting Group: Friday 8/16 4:00PM. Beginners welcome, learn from experienced knitters. Mah Jongg: Mondays 2:00-4:00PM Experienced players only. (Beginning Mah Jongg classes begin on September 16th. This series runs for four consecutive Mondays. Call the library to register.) Hike Boughton Park with the Library Walkers: Tuesday August 20th 10:15AM meet at the library. Rain date 9/22. Scrabble: Tuesdays at 1:00PM. Bicycle Maintenance Class and Bike Drive at Farmington Town Park: Tuesday 8/20 6:30PM at the Farmington Town Park Pavilion. Learn basic bicycle maintenance from Dream Bikes of Rochester. DB accepts used bicycles to refurbish.** Euchre: Wednesdays at 1:00PM. Wager free games. Chair Yoga: NOTE: WEDNESDAY 8/21 THIS WEEK ONLY! Typically every Thursday at 11:30AM. Suggested donation: $3. For details and to register: call 585-924-2637 or www. ** Registration Required

Bloomfield Public Library 9 Church Street, Bloomfield 585-657-6264 Monday 2-8, Tuesday 10-8, Wednesday 2-8, Thursday 10-8, Friday 2-7, Saturday 10-2

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Here’s what’s happening at your local library… Mendon Public Library: Ready Jet Go! One Small Step, August 19, 10-11 AM, For everyone, Call 624-6067 to register; Night Sky Painting Classes, August 19, 3:30-5 for ages 10 and up, 6-7:30 PM for teens and adults, Call 624-6067 to register; Home Alone Course for 7-12-year-olds, August 20, 10 AM-Noon, Call 624-6067; Afternoon at the Movies: Dumbo, August 21, 2-4 PM, For everyone; STEM in the Library for Middle School Girls, August 22, 2-4 PM, Call 624-6067 to register; Dungeons & Dragons Intro to Melee Characters and Basics, August 22, 5-6:30 PM, For ages 10 and up, Call 624-6067 to register; Ready Jet Go! Moonface: Mission to Mars, August 26, 10-11 AM, For everyone; Stories and Crafts with Author Brian Yanish, August 28, 1-2 PM, For elementary-age kids, Call 624-6067 to register; One-on-One Technology Training, Tuesdays from 10 AM-1 PM, Wednesdays from 4-7 PM, For adults, Call 624-6067 to register. More at GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

Bloomfield Public Library: Join us for the summer reading final family event: Out of this World Tie-Dye! Tuesday, August 20 @ 3pm please bring a pre-washed 100% cotton item. STEM Friday activity for school aged children will be August 23 @ 4pm. Weekly Preschool Story Times continue through August 20 with Stories & More on Tuesday @ 10:30am. Story Times will return September 17.Sit ’n’ Knit Needle Crafters meet Fridays @ 1pm all needle crafters welcome! The Board of Trustees is seeking a Treasurer; please contact the library for more information. The next Board of Trustees meeting is Monday, August 19 @ 7pm. The library receives new books, audiobooks, movies & magazines all the time - stop in today to check them out! The library also offers copy, scan, print, & fax services. V i s i t u s o n l i n e a t or see our Facebook page for more information.

BLOOMFIELD After Hours at the Museum - A series of entertaining and informative bimonthly presentations at the Antique Wireless Museum. On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, enjoy a fascinating presentation on the “History of WHAM” by Ed Gable, AWA Curator Emeritus, beginning at 7:30 pm. WHAM is one of the pioneers of radio in Rochester. Tickets are available in advance at the Museum or at the door. Admission for adults is $10 or $5 for Museum members. The Antique Wireless Museum is located at 6925 Route 5 in Bloomfield just east of the corner of Route 444.

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Wild Carrot Music Festival (formerly Big Red Barnfest) Saturday, August 24th, starts at 4pm. The band line-up is: YB3, dbdb, Paulsen, Baker & Chapel, Chris Cady & Friends, and feature group Wild Carrot all the way from Cincinnati! Profits to benefit community programs. Tickets $10. This is an outdoor event so bring a lawn chair. You are welcome to pack a cooler, but there will also be a food truck on site. Beer & wine tasting in the barn with Three Brothers Winery. Raffles! At the Big Red Barn at 6525 Rt 5 in Bloomfield.

CANANDAIGUA 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! 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. Cruisin’ for a Cause - Ontario ARC’s annual signature fundraiser returns Thursday, August 22, 2019 at 5:30PM at Sonnenberg Gardens, 151 Charlotte St. in Canandaigua. Live entertainment, a menu of summer favorites, live and silent auction. Online auction held prior to event. Cruisin’ will feature a Car Show - rain or shine. Registration for the car show: $30 per driver or $40 for 1 driver and 1 guest. Details or to register: cruisin-for-a-cause-car-show. Dress is summer casual. Tickets to the Cruisin’ for a Cause: $60 each and can be purchased online at A ticket to Cruisin’ for a Cause also includes access to Sonnenberg’s gardens and greenhouses.

FARMINGTON Tuesday, August 20 - American Red Cross Blood Drive: 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Ultrafab, 1050 Hook Rd., Farmington. Participants must be ages 17 or older; 16 with parental consent and bring ID. For information:

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People and Places Photography Exhibit - Featuring the work of local photographers Melody Burri and Regina Muscarella. Opening reception on August 22 from 5 to 7 pm. Meet the artists and enjoy tiny bites. Art gallery is open weekdays 9 am to 2 pm, evenings and weekends by appointment. Call Kathy 585-301-6107. On display until October 6. Cobblestone Arts Center, 1622 Route 332, Farmington. h t t p s : / / w w w .

HENRIETTA Holiday Arts, Crafts and more sale on Saturday November 30, 2019 at the RIT Inn and Conference Center, Henrietta. Time 10-4pm. Hosted by Friends and Families Muscular Disorders Foundation Inc. (501c3 non for profit). For more information call or text 585-519-1917.

HONEOYE FALLS Honeoye Falls-Mendon Senior Citizens - COME ONE COME ALL and see what’s new, and bring a friend. Fun activities and trips in the works. We meet the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at noon at the HF-M Community Center. Bring a sandwich, beverage provided. 8/27 speakers will be Sharon Barnes talking about HF-M Food Pantry and Marge Vogt talking about F.I.S.H. program. Plans are coming together for a Fall Foliage trip, and lots more! Anxious to meet you and your friends! For info, call Andi 585-624-3758.

ROCHESTER Madison High School Class of 1959 60th Year Reunion!! Friday, September 13, 2019 at Red Fedele’s Book House, 920 Elmridge Plaza. We are looking for “missing” class members. If you haven’t heard about the reunion or haven’t updated your information since the last reunion please send an Email to include your name (maiden & married), home & Email address and phone number or call Joe Giorgi (585) 458-5368. More details will follow once we have the list updated.

SHORTSVILLE Shortsville Railroad Station Museum Open House - The Lehigh Valley Railroad Historical Society Station Museum at 8 East High Street in Shortsville will be open to the public on Sunday, August 18. Hours will be 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. A large collection of historical artifacts from the Lehigh Valley Railroad is on display at the museum. The gift shop will be open. Admission is free; donations are welcome. For more information, visit or call 585-289-9149.



WEST HENRIETTA Organ Grinders at the The New York Museum of Transportation - Sunday, August 25, 2019, 115pm. Visitors to the museum will delight to barrel organ music played by several “organ grinders” and their unique instruments cranking out tunes from a variety of vintage wind instruments, bringing back the sights and sounds from more than a century ago. No reservations are needed, and trolley rides are included in the admission price of $8 adults, $7 seniors age 65 +, and $6 youths age 3 12. Under age 3 are free. The New York Museum of Transportation, 6393 East River Road, West Henrietta. (585) 533-1113. www.



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West Bloomfield Historical Society Public Program on the Underground Railroad and Regional African American History. Tuesday, August 20, 7 pm, at the Society, 8966 Rt. 5 and 20 in West Bloomfield. Author Marjory Perez discuss her books, Final Stop, Freedom...and Freedom, A Shared Sacrifice: New York’s African American Civil War Soldiers. These soldiers served in various units, including the 54th Regiment featured in the movie Glory. Program is free of charge and open to all. Information:






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.





PEACH BRUSCHETTA WITH BLUE CHEESE Serves 4 4 slices country bread 2 peaches Extra-virgin olive oil for brushing 1/4 pound blue cheese, gorgonzola or Blue Castello cheese

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Preheat the broiler. Arrange the bread slices on a rimmed baking sheet, slip under the broiler and toast, turning once, until golden brown on both sides. This should take only a few minutes. While the bread is toasting, halve the peaches lengthwise, pit them and then peel each half. Cut each half lengthwise into 1/4-inch-thick slices, keeping the shape of each half intact.

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When the bread is ready, remove from the broiler and brush each slice on both sides with olive oil. Spread one-fourth of the cheese on each slice of warm bread, place a sliced peach half on top, and serve.

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Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it. ~Russel Baker

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n Saturday, August 10th, the Town of Henrietta and the Friends of Tinker Nature Park hosted Wild Tinker, a family-friendly event at Tinker Nature Park. Guest were welcomed free-of-charge to enjoy displays, wild animals, children’s activities, the Hansen Nature Center and its exhibits, presentations and the beautiful nature and trails of the park itself.

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while being serenaded with live music by The Big Blue House Band. One highlight of Wild Tinker was Hawk Creek’s presentation regarding their Bald Eagle Program, which packed out seating in the Hensen Nature Center. Their rehabilitation mission is to send animals back out into the wild, but when that is not always possible, these animals stay with them or with other programs. Hawk Creek’s Tanya Lowe described how the Bald Eagle’s numbers in New York State had once declined until there was only one known Bald Eagle in the entire Empire State. This decline was linked to the use of DDT. Now, thanks to reforms and programs, Bald Eagle population numbers are rising. Next, Lowe introduced Gryphon, a Bald Eagle. He was majestic, spreading his wings as he took in every sound and movement. Canyon, a magnificent Golden Eagle, brought out next was more relaxed, having a closer and longer relationship with Lowe and Wild Wings. Afterwards, guests eagerly stood in line to take photos next to these powerful birds of prey.

Hawk Creek Bald Eagle, Gryphon

Henrietta Public Library held a Pop-Up Library at its booth. Starting the morning with over 100 books, they were quickly in need of more books and more bookmarks. The children’s enthusiastic response suggests print is not so passé after all. Some booths offered activities such as coloring animal pictures and creating their own fluff ball version of Pudge the Dove. Cornell Master Gardeners of Monroe County offered excellent gardening and nature advice to interested guests. The Livingston County Master Gardeners answer questions weekly in the Genesee Valley Penny Saver’s own Gardening Q & A feature.

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At its booth, Wild Wings Inc, which is located inside Mendon Ponds Park, introduced visitors to a Peregrine Falcon, which can be found in many areas, and a Cooper’s Hawk, which are usually found in North America’s desert regions. The Wild Wings staff gently held these beautiful birds which peered curiously at those gathered.

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Wild Tinker kicked off at 10am with a presentation on WOWEE’s Wolf Program, “Howling at the Moon,” with Nellie and Juno. Seneca Park Zoo’s Wegman’s Zoo Mobile also joined the Wild Tinker action with its exhibit, “Life in the Genesee.” At its booth, Seneca Park staff brought guests up close with such animals as a farm-bred mallard duck, an African millipede and Fire Belly Toads.

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Gardeners I have perennial gardens that are 20+ years old - the plants have changed somewhat over the years, but the area has always been perennials. The gardens have become overgrown with clover in the last couple of years both green and purple clover. I’m wondering what I can do about it, besides weeding. The plants are fairly close together, so there isn’t much I could do about turning the soil. Is there something I could put down to impede the growth/ spread of the clover? Thank you. – Beth H.

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become more of a challenge. First, where plants are close together and fairly tall, they will hide small bits of clover so that if you are not too obsessive, perhaps you can tolerate some amount of it. Of course, an abundance of clover and other weeds rob your perennials of moisture and nutrients, so it is important to keep these uninvited guests to a minimum. You might try putting down several layers of newspaper where there is room, wetting it down, and covering it with 2 or 3 inches of mulch. Eventually the newspaper will decompose, but it is a great alternative to using landscape cloth and easier to manage in small spaces between plants. Another suggestion, dig or pull out the clover (and I know that the purple clover is annoying since it doesn’t pull out as easily Mature gardens tend to fill up with weeds as as the green), then sprinkle a pre-emergent the perennials grow and spread over time. herbicide such as Preen in the freshly weedIt certainly makes weeding and mulching ed area, following the directions on the con-

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