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Table of Contents Auctions And Antiques .............................Page 22 Auto Section .............................Page 10 Brighter/Vent .............................Page 40 Classifieds For Sale ...............................Page 7

Provide distractions: M any young children cannot sit still for long and may need a series of distrac tions to keep them entertained throughout meals. Pack a bag of tricks that includes toys, games, books, and even a digital devic e tuned to kids’ favorite programs. Pick restaurants that do not have a long w ait to get a seat so that kids’ patience has not w orn thin before you even make it to the table. A sightseeing w alk around the restaurant also may be able to provide a w elcome distraction until the food is ready.

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HometownPhotos I need a home Nalani is a girl that came to us with a litter of puppies from a kill shelter. She is a doll who has been brushing up on her obedience and manners now that her puppies have left the nest. This beauty even comes with a freedom harness, martingale collar, and double clip leash. Nalani is spayed, microchipped, heartworm negative, and vaccinated all as part of her $100 adoption fee.

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The Churchville-Chili Saints Wrestling Team bested the field of 14 schools at the Akron Holiday Wrestling Tournament on December 29th.

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An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language. ~Martin Buber

The Kendall Elementary Chorus recently put on a production of “Aladdin Kids.”

Penny Saver Pet of the Week My name is Luna. I am so lucky my new family adopted me from the shelter. I recently saw grass for the first time and cannot eat enough of it. I really love those things my humans wear on their feet, they taste good, too. Most of all I like going on walks and sniffing everything!

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Items For Sale OLD PARTS/ ACCESSORIES: 50’s70’s. Ford car, truck, tractor. Harley parts and paraphernalia. Winchester, Remington, Grand, Springfield & Hawkin w/ammo and knives. Old tools hand & power. Country/ Farm antiques. Call ahead. Vern, 585-657-4620. HAY FOR SALE: Good Timothy & Grass. $5 per bale. 585-762-9530. FIREWOOD: Face Cords (4´x8´x16”). Seasoned, unseasoned, pickup or delivered. Stacking Available. HEAP Vendor. 5385 Agar Rd., Avon. Call/ Text Mike McEvoy, 585-690-6024.

North Woods Sportsmen Association, Inc. 8402 Gulf Road •␣PO Box 195 • LeRoy, NY 14482

WATERS BASEMENT SERVICES, INC. Waterproofing, Drain Tile, Sump/Pumps, Bilco Doors & More! Visit our Web Site for complete services & Before/ After Photos w w w . The only WATER that should be in YOUR BASEMENT is B O B W A T E R S . . . 585-765-3369 or 716-474-3898.

North Woods Sportsmen’s Association will start the Buddy Miller Memorial Trap League beginning Sunday, January 15, 2017. Breakfast and squads’ sign-up will start at 8:00am and finish around 11:30am. League runs 10+ weeks depending on weather, make ups are allowed. An awards presentation banquet will be held at the leagues’ completion. Please join us for this fun winter event and bring your friends and family. For more information contact: Secretary, Paul Bailey at 585-613-1652 or email:

TWO HUNDRED BALES OF HAY. 585-293-1421 ANTIQUE GATE LEG TABLE- seats 4, looks like new! $300. ANTIQUE SINGER FEATHERWEIGHT Sewing Machine (portable). $300. Call 585-993-5258. HAY FOR SALE: Large square bales, first and second cutting. Delivery available. Call 716-913-6313.

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Hollwedel Memorial Library Pavilion, NY (585) 584-8843 Hours: M, W: 1-5, 6-8; T, S: 10-12:30; Th: Closed; F: 1-5 PRESCHOOL STORYTIME Tue., January 17 at 11 a.m. Theme: Manners. Enjoy a fun story and complete a craft! Are you a knitter? Are you trying to learn? JOIN THE KNITTER’S NOOK GROUP on Mondays at 6:30. Chat with other knitters and share ideas while you work on your creations!! BOOK CLUB meets the third Wednesday of each Month at 6:30. Please join us on January 18, when the book will be City of Light, by Lauren Belfer. Stop in and grab a book,magazine or DVD for those cold, snowy days and nights!! BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETINGS are the First Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m.

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Home Repairs • Replacement Windows • Interior Painting • Drywall Finishing • Any Handyman Work • Epoxy Floor Systems Call us today!

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Since 1979, LeRoy Village Green, the only locally owned & operated facility in Genesee County, has been your choice for short term rehabilitation, and long term care. Whether you’re planning an elective surgery, recovering from surgery, a sudden illness, or an injury, you may find yourself needing services to advance recovery before returning home. Our team of healthcare professionals will ensure that you receive the finest in rehabilitation, or long term care. If you would like information on the services LeRoy Village Green provides, call Samantha Vagg (585) 768-2561.

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Simply bring them in to our Avon Office only during regular business hours. Our production team will shred and bundle this paper for trucking to the mill.

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HERO MILES- to find out more about how you can help our service members, veterans, and their families in their time of need, visit the Fisher House website at www.fisherhouse. org

PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL: Free consultation, affordable. Office located in Livonia. Flexible office hours. Certified Electrologist, Kristi Harris. 585-755-6406, 585-382-9614.

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TIM CALLAGHAN PAINTING *Interior/ Exterior *Wallpaper Removal *Drywall Repair *Deck Staining *Over 25 Years Experience * FREE Reasonable Estimates Tim, 585-259-6758 GOT AN OLDER CAR, BOAT OR RV? Do the humane thing. Donate it to the Humane Society. Call 1-800-315-3679.


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Your How seniors can simplify everyday tasks The ability to perform everyday tasks is something many people take for granted. But as men and women approach or exceed retirement age, many may start to struggle with chores and tasks they have performed for decades. Physical limitations are a common side effect of aging. But such limitations do not have to prove too big a hurdle for seniors to clear. In fact, there are many ways for seniors to simplify everyday tasks while maintaining their independence. · Embrace technology. Even the proudest Luddites cannot deny technology’s potential to make seniors’ lives easier. Seemingly simple tasks like shopping for groceries and vacuuming a home can be difficult for seniors with dwindling or limited mobility. But seniors with Internet access in their homes can order their groceries online and then pick them up in-store or have them delivered, saving them the trouble of walking around the store. With regard to vacuuming, autonomous vacuum cleaners have removed the need to use traditional vacuum cleaners. Certain autonomous vacuums employ sensors to detect dirty spots on the floor, and these vacuums can even be programmed to clean the home while residents are out of the house. · Upgrade bathrooms. Tasks associated with personal hygiene also tend to be taken for granted until they become difficult. But a few simple bathroom alterations can help seniors safely navigate the bathrooms in their homes so they can maintain their personal hygiene without fear of injury. Grab bars can be installed on shower walls so seniors can safely get in and out of their showers and bathtubs. Such bars are both effective and inexpensive, and some do not even require any drilling to install. Specialty grab bars, tub grips and tub transfer benches are just a few additional products that can make bathing easier for seniors who have lost or are starting to lose some of their physical strength. · Get “smart” on the road. Seniors who are experiencing mild

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difficulty driving can make getting about town that much easier by plugging their smartphones into their vehicles or making use of the various apps that have become standard in modern vehicles. For example, the maps app on a smartphone can be connected to a car and direct seniors to their destinations, saving them the trouble of remembering all the ins and outs of how to get a particular destination. Seniors also can employ apps to help them find their vehicles should they forget exactly where they parked in crowded parking lots. Such apps can increase seniors’ comfort levels on the road while helping them maintain their independence. · Downsize. Whether downsizing to a smaller home or simply downsizing a lifestyle, seniors may find that living smaller is akin to living simpler. Empty nesters may find they no longer need several bedrooms in their homes, and moving into smaller homes can reduce their daily workloads while also clearing out clutter that can make performing everyday chores more difficult. Men and women accustomed to hustle and bustle may also find that cutting back on professional and/or personal commitments gives them more energy for everyday activities while enriching the commitments they continue to maintain. Aging men and women can employ various strategies to simplify their lives and maintain their independence well into their golden years.


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Your Genesee County Office for the Aging 585-343-1611

January 16-20, 2017 Monday:


Martin Luther King Day No Meals Served

Knockwurst/Hot Dog Bun


Friday: Pot Roast/Gravy

BBQ Pork/Hamburger Bun

Wednesday: Sweet & Sour Chicken

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Jan. 28, 1777, British general John Burgoyne proposes an illfated plan to isolate New England from the other colonies by invading from Canada with 8,000 British troops. The plan failed, and Burgoyne surrendered his remaining 6,000 British forces to the Patriots at Saratoga.


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MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Jan. 25, 1968, the Israeli submarine Dakar, carrying 69 sailors, disappears. The exact fate of the boat remains a mystery. The Dakar last radioed its position as it passed the island of Crete. It was never heard from again.

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Real Estate RUSH, FURNISHED ROOM: $350/ monthly. Female only. No smoking, pets or sleepovers. Reduced rent for help. 585-754-3774.

SCOTTSVILLE: 1 bedroom apartment w/ample living room. Private area, excellent views, access to park. Includes gas, electric, water, appliances. No pets. 585-293-2897. WANTED TO RENT: House or Apartment in Henrietta, Chili, Rush, Scottsville, or surrounding area. ASAP. Call 315-331-2712. TY BUYS UNWANTED HOUSES FOR CASH, REGARDLESS CONDITION. CALL NOW 585-270-0201 OR VISIT

For Rent FOR RENT: 1 bedroom upstairs apartments, newly remodeled, centrally located in the village of Caledonia. No pets. $545.00/month plus utilities. 585-538-2321.

BERGEN VILLAGE APARTMENTS: 3 bedrooms. Laundry, parking, storage, playground, daycare on premises. Ask about our 18 month discounted lease! 585-314-4379.

BERGEN: Large 2 Bedroom, lots of yard, laundry, freshly painted with brand new hardwood floors. Available immediately, $625 plus electric. 585-330-7080. SCENIC CHILI: 1 bedroom apartment in raised ranch home on 3 acres on 1/2mile stretch of farm land. Large private laundry room includes W/D. Garage and enclosed porch. Near RIT and Airport. No smoking/no pets. $800/month includes utilities. 585-703-3356.

AVON RENTAL: Cozy, upper 1 bedroom. Includes water, sewer, trash. No pets. No smoking. Lease. References. 585-226-3201. OGDEN/ SPENCERPORT RENTAL: 2 bedroom Duplex, nice country setting near North Hampton Park, convenient to Route 531. Includes appliances, W/D hookups. No pets. 585-293-2897. RUSH, COUNTRY HOUSE: 3 bed, 1.5 bath, garage. Available now. $1100 plus per month. 585-754-3774. OFFICE SPACE- Bergen Village. Approx. 1500 sq. ft. 585-314-4379.

BATAVIA- Townhouses from $543/ month including water, appliances, laundry hookups. No pets. Birchwood Village, 585-343-0205 EHO

ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Village of Leroy. Second floor. $450/ month includes water and sewer. No pets. Available 2/1/17. Call 585-356-9080. LEROY: 1-bedroom country apartment. $600, furnished or unfurnished. Pets ok, no smoking. Call 585-768-6172. YORK FOR RENT: Modern, updated. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 story, with basement and garage. York schools. Water, sewer included. First, last, security deposit. $675. Call 585-382-9614 or 585-755-6406. FOR RENT: SCOTTSVILLE: Large 2 Bedroom overlooking Oatka Creek. Large living room/kitchen. Pets extra. $700 plus utilities. Available now. Call 585-509-0849. HOUSE- 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom Town of Leroy, $950 per month utilities not included. Security deposit required. Available 2-1-17. Call 585-356-9080. STOREFRONT MAIN STREET GENESEO FOR RENT: Centrally located. $575/ month includes heat, water, sewer, refuse. Cell: 585-991-9990; Email: rent@

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MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Jan. 29, 1922, as a blizzard dumps more than 2 feet of snow on Washington, D.C., snow buildup on the flat roof of the Knickerbocker Theatre collapses the building, and tons of steel and concrete crash down on 300 theatergoers attending a Saturday night movie. One hundred and eight people were killed. DISH TV - BEST DEAL EVER! Only $39.99/ mo. Plus $14.99/ mo. Internet (where avail.). FREE Streaming. FREE Install (up to 6 rooms.) FREE HD-DVR. Call 1-800-826-4464.

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Genesee Valley Penny Saver’s Own Jenn Howe Helping to Build Spirits to Beat Cancer Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy at U of R Noyes Memorial Hospital sometimes find surprise gift bags left for them by a kind stranger. A small blanket, a soft toothbrush for sensitive gums, lotion for dry skin - hardly treasures in ordinary life but all the world when a person is fighting with life on the line. A Dansville woman is behind these gifts, not just at U of R Noyes but as far away as Florida and the Carolinas. Jennifer Howe, a cancer survivor, is paying forward the gift of simple comforts that she remembers when she went through chemotherapy. “I remember getting a bag when I was going through chemo,” said Howe. “It had a notepad, a pen, lotion, antibacterial gel, it was so thoughtful. I thought ‘That’s perfect. That’s just what I needed.’ Now I’ve turned my craft room into a stockroom for comfort bags. I’ve lost track of how many I’ve done. I lost count at 60.” The items in the bags are purchased with the help of community donors. On Saturday, December 10th, Howe set out a table of comfort bags at Country Clipper Pet Grooming in Piffard and collected about $600. “The last woman I gave a bag to was so happy she cried,” said Teresa Easton, owner of Country Clipper Pet Grooming. “The people who receive these bags really appreciate it.” For Howe, December 1st marked one year since her first chemotherapy treatment. “I remember feeling so scared,” said Howe. “I was so thankful to get my bag. Now I try to bring that feeling to others.” To refer a name for a possible bag recipient email: Facebook - Cancer Comfort Bag Project To make a donation: Cancer Comfort Bag Project • 23 Spruce Street • Dansville, NY 14437


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in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. We will reopen at 9 am, Tuesday, January 17. REGISTRATION IS OPEN for Beating the Winter Blahs, to be held Wednesday, January 25 at 2 pm. Identify ways to cope and enjoy the long, cold days of winter. Learn what foods brighten your mood and exercises that you can do at home.

FRIDAY , JANUARY 13 Teen Pizza Friday, 5-7 pm - for ages 12-18. Come to the library and enjoy pizza, snacks and activities while relaxing after the library has closed for the evening. Registration is encouraged.

WEDNESDAY , JANUARY 18 Who is that? How to Deal with Your Family’s Photo Collection, 7 pm - Diane Zielinski will illustrate creative ways to organize photos, give photos away, and make collages while learning how to “let go” of photos. Registration is required. All programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Chili Public Library.

M&M´s E-Z CLEANERS Residential & Commercial Junk Removal We Cleanout... Estates, Foreclosures, Hoarders, Attics, Basements, Garages, Barns Demo & Remove... Carpets, Garages, Pools, Sheds, Barns Fully Insured. Free Estimates. Mike, 585-975-9019, 585-482-8366.

NY STATE’S FAVORITE BUILDING SUPPLY AUCTION SATURDAY, JAN. 21 AT 10:00AM PREVIEW 8AM DAY OF AUCTION 2150 LIBERTY DR., NIAGARA FALLS, NY 14304 Happy 2017! Give your home a new look for the new year. Kitchen Cabinet Highlights: Complete Designer Kitchen Cabinet Sets From Niagara Cabinets, 15 to 29 pcs. - in Cherry, Chocolate, Mocha, White, Pewter, and Hickory finishes Flooring Highlights: New assortment of Hardwoods & Engineered Hardwoods, Luxury Vinyl Tile Laminates (LVT), “Quick Lay,” Snap & Click Laminates, Porcelain Tiles; Glass Wall Tile, Laminate pad, new area and accent rugs. Furniture: Couches, chairs, accent pieces, shelving and storage pieces. Bathroom Highlights: Large Selection of Bathroom Vanities; bathtubs, faucets, fixtures, toilets Other Items of Interest: 4 & 6 Panel Pine Interior Doors, Exterior Center Entrance Doors, Exterior doors, Tools From Hitachi, Bostitch, Milwaukee & Ridgid, Ceiling Fans, Bath Fans, Kitchen & Bath Faucets, Auctioneer’s Note: We Will Be Running 2 Auctions at Once, Both Starting At 10:00AM - Get Here Early For Preview With Your Friends. Check Our Web Site: for updated items & pictures.

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Non-Fiction River of Time by Naomi Judd The World Almanac 2017

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AUCTION AT BONTRAGER’S AUCTION CENTER 4 mi. west of Batavia, 1⁄2 mi. south of Rt. 33 on Wortendyke Rd., Batavia,

Wednesday, Jan. 18, 4:30 PM. Queen size bedroom set; maple bedroom set; Depression era furniture; living room furniture; 100s of boxes of collectibles; Flow Blue china; gun & sporting goods advertising; 20 lots of coins. See our website @ for photos & details. Preview after 3:00 PM. Refreshments are available. TERMS: Cash, Approved check w/ID, MC/VISA, 13% B/P.

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Blood Test Results Wildly Different Caring for you and the community since 2001 Inviting New Patients to the Experience Geneseo ~ 585.286.3664 Noyes Health Services 50 E. South St., Ste. 400A Sue DeBruyne, Au.D.

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Do you have HEEL pain or ARCH pain? HEEL SPUR SYNDROME/PLANTAR FASCIITIS is a common problem among people who are active. It starts as a dull intermittent pain in the heel and progresses to a sharp persistent pain. Classically, it is worse in the morning with the first few steps, after sitting, after standing or after walking. • Plantar fasciitis often begins with irritation and tearing of the fibrous band of tissue on the bottom of the foot, which may eventually result in the formation of a heel spur. • Contributing factors: Flat pronated feet, high arched feet, poor shoe support, increase age, sudden weight increase, increased activity level, family tendency. • 95% of our patients’ symptoms are resolved with conservative treatment, avoiding surgical intervention. • We also offer surgical procedures with the best post op success rates using Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy techniques (minimal incisions and scarring; often back in a shoe in 1 week).

ADVANCED PODIATRY ASSOCIATES Dr. Joseph Canzoneri 2 State Street, Batavia • 585-343-8150 Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8am-5pm; Tues. 11am-8pm. In-office Fluoroscan • Handicapped Accessible. Advanced Lower Extremity Wound Care Diabetic Care, Limb/Foot Salvage & Foot Surgery/Trauma

DEAR DR. ROACH: I went in for an annual examination with my primary-care doctor, and she had my blood tested at a laboratory. She told me that I have high potassium, 5.5, and had me retake it. I did, and the test came back with a much lower level of 4.3! What could have caused the level to go up so high? Was this due to eating a lot of avocado and yogurt? I was eating a whole avocado for breakfast and a yogurt with apple and peach. Should I be seeing a specialist to recheck it? Please advise what I should do. -- A.V.R. ANSWER: Avocados and yogurt are high-potassium foods, and peaches and apples are medium-potassium foods. Most people can take in high amounts of potassium without worry, since the kidney is very good at getting rid of potassium if the body doesn’t need it. I more often see low potassium levels, from poor intake or from medications, such as diuretics, which can cause the body to lose potassium. However, some people with kidney disease (especially severe kidney disease) need to carefully watch and limit oral potassium intake. By far the biggest reason for a potassium blood test to come out abnormally high relates to the lab itself. Samples that sit around a long time or that are shaken will have broken blood cells, which release high levels of potassium into the serum, causing false elevations in the lab. If you didn’t change your diet between the two tests, there is no reason to worry at all. Your primary doctor is the right person to see. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have chronic constipation, and have had this most of my life. I have used most of the bulking (husk) things that are out there. Nothing works for me. Years ago, I went to my doctor, and he said that I could use MiraLAX and use it for the rest of my life. It has worked! Now my new doctor wants me off of it, wants me to incorporate fiber into my diet. I already do this. Plus I drink a lot of water in a day. I start my day with 24 ounces of water every morning before anything else. Is there anything wrong with taking MiraLAX every day? I do not take the full dose. -- V.B. ANSWER: While I recommend non-drug treatments, such as increased water intake, high-fiber diet and exercise, as treatment for constipation, that doesn’t work for everybody. In that case, using a medication as recommended by your doctor makes sense. Polyethylene glycol (MiraLAX) is a generally safe treatment that works by increasing fluid in the bowel. It’s a good idea to use it as little as is needed to keep the stool from getting uncomfortably hard. READERS: The booklet on constipation explains this common disorder and its treatments. Readers can obtain a copy by writing: Dr. Roach -- No. 504W, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2017 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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Volunteers to evaluate short implants The purpose of this study is to look at how effective a restored short dental implant is compared to a long restored dental implant This is a longitudinal, observational study that looks at how effective a restored short dental implant is compared to a long restored dental implant. Researchers at Eastman Institute for Oral Health are looking for volunteers who may qualify for this study. A baseline visit and 10 annual follow-up visits are needed to complete the study.

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WHEELCHAIR VANS under $25,000. New and used available. Call for a free at home demonstration. Agor Enterprises, 585-385-2556.

CASH PAID FOR YOUR DIABETIC TEST STRIPS. SAME DAY PICKUP. Highest Prices Paid! Up to $50 per 100. All Brands Considered! Call Bob, 585-284-3455.

We Care About

Your Smiles by Dr. Steve Sokolovskiy

Batavia Ophthalmology, P.L.L.C.

Dr. Peter Paulus, Dr. Eric Wu Providing our community with excellent and compassionate medical, surgical and routine eye care.

Batavia Ophthalmology, P.L.L.C. 229 Summit St. • Suite 9 Batavia, NY 14020 • 585-344-0933

NEW WAY TO DETECT TOOTH DECAY Currently, dentists rely on x-rays and visual inspection of tooth surfaces to detect tooth decay (dental caries). As effective as these methods are in discovering cavities, they have their limitations. For one, they cannot reveal tooth decay before it is relatively advanced and x-rays cannot readily detect early cavities on biting (occlusal) surfaces. However, a technique known as “thermophotonic lock-in imaging” (TPLI) allows dentists to detect tooth decay much earlier than x-rays or visual analysis. This technology makes use of a long-wavelength infrared camera to detect the small amount of thermal infrared radiation emitted from dental caries after stimulation by a light source. It is hoped that further refinement of this tool will make cavity detection easier in the future.

With dentistry constantly evolving, it is important that your dentist stays up-to-date with the latest techniques and education to provide you with the most effective oral health care. BATAVIA FAMILY DENTAL does just that, providing you a wide range of advanced technologies to save you both time and money. To schedule a consultation, please call (585) 3434246. Our office is conveniently located at 6 Batavia City Centre. P.S. The earliest manifestation of dental caries is a small patch of “demineralised” (softened) enamel on the tooth surface, often hidden from sight in the fissures (grooves) of teeth or in between the teeth.


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DIFFERENT WAYS TO HELP RESOLUTIONS STICK THIS YEAR Set up an accountability system. Institute a rewards system for your success. You might even use a monetary system as a double-bonus. When you stick to a resolution over a predetermined period, put a dollar in a jar. If you fall off course, take a dollar away. Find the incentive that works for you.

Fair Housing Statement All real estate advertised in the Genesee Valley Penny Saver is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

Fair Housing Enforcement Project Monroe County Legal Assistance Center 1 W. Main Street Rochester, NY 14614 (585) 325-2500 • EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

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Honor Your Loved One In print and online by publishing an Obituary in our Passages Section for just $50. Includes color photo and unlimited wording. Call or Email: Lynn Forrester; 585-226-5841

EXCELLENCE IN SURGICAL CARE Our friendly office personnel will make you feel comfortable and help to make your visit as positive as possible.

TIPS FOR REALIZING GOALS IN THE YEAR AHEAD Expect setbacks. If realizing resolutions was easy, the success rate would be greater than 8 percent. Setbacks are inevitable, so don’t allow them to derail your efforts. Even if setbacks occur when you’re well on your way to success, regroup and get back on track without getting down on yourself. A PLACE FOR MOM. The nation´s largest senior living referral service. Contact our trusted, local experts today! Our service is FREE/no obligation. CALL 1-800-217-3942.

We expect our own doctors to provide us with comforts, a friendly and attentive staff, and a high level of professionalism, and it wouldn’t make sense if we didn’t do the same for you. We work with several insurances. Please call to learn more.

Thinking about dental implants? Did you know that dental implants are frequently the best treatment option for replacing missing teeth? Rather than resting on the gum line like removable dentures, or using adjacent teeth as anchors like fixed bridges, dental implants are long-term replacements.

Champion Moving Local & Long Distance Services 100 Owens Rd., Brockport

Home from College? Need your wisdom teeth out?


Wisdom Teeth Extractions, Gum Treatment or Surgery Dr. Andrew M. Steinhilber is both a board certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon and a Periodontist (gum surgeon). He is licensed and certified in the delivery of general and IV anesthesia, making your surgical experience as comfortable as possible. His team has the skills required to provide the quality surgical care you deserve. They also provide IV anesthesia for patients who are anxious about routine dental treatment by their dentist. NYS DOT#-11083

Anxious About Having Surgery? Go No Further! Dr. Andrew M. Steinhilber is a board certified Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon with 6 years of surgical residency training and over 20 years of surgical practice. He has extensive training in extractions of all types, including wisdom teeth and Dental Implants. He is a Professor at the University of Rochester Medical Center and is very active in teaching surgical residents. We are the place to seek treatment! We have extensive training in IV and General Anesthesia, providing patients with the most comfortable environment for surgery! Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons are the only specialists properly qualified and trained in Oral, IV and General Anesthesia. No weekend learner courses here! He will be very happy to educate you about your treatment and his staff is also nationally certified and will make you feel more than comfortable.

Fridays at 10:30am Join us for some stories, craft and a snack.

Book Club

Diplomate American Board of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

(585) 346-6560 3517 Thomas Drive, Suite 12, Lakeville, NY 14480 (conveniently located in Lakeville Office Park at the North End of Conesus Lake)

585-494-1120 Hours: Tues-Thurs 10-12 & 2-8, Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-1

Toddler Storytime

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“Thank you for selecting our office to serve your surgical needs. We will make every effort to provide you not only with expert surgical care, but also with a friendly, knowledgeable and caring staff.” - Andrew M. Steinhilber, D.D.S., M.S.D.

To better serve our patients, we are now accepting Delta Dental, Guardian, Met Life and Blue Cross and Blue Shield dental plans.

No Referral Necessary From Your Dentist or Physician. Some insurances accepted.

Meets 2nd Thursday of every month. Feb.9th we will be reading “The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry” by Rachel Joyce.

Saturday Morning Movie Jan. 21st at 10:30am join us for a movie on the Big Screen with popcorn and a drink.

Babysitting Workshop Monday Jan. 30th, 10am-3pm Cost $45 includes book. Sign up by Jan.17th. Must be 11yrs old.


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MODERN WALKER FOR ADULT & XL ADULT DIAPERS for incontinent adult: 585-748-8531

31”x22” WHITE SINK TOP with chrome two handle Moen Faucet:

WINE BOTTLES - any size, any color. Text or call John: 585-748-7853

JESSE FRENCH PIANO. Great condition. Must be able to pick it up in Batavia:

FURNITURE FOR VETERANS: Call Help on the Homefront: 585-866-1747




USED PAINT, gallon paint cans, any color. A little skim on top okay as long as it is still liquid/useable: 585-260-8787

SEARS WATER SOFTENER in good condition. You pick up:

BIBLE FLANNEL BOARD FIGURES for Sunday School class: 585-335-6898


YOUTH SADDLE: English or Western, one bridle set: 315-270-2418

MISC. CRAFT SUPPLIES. Cross stitch patterns. Stencil patterns. Old candles for candle making: 585-624-5626 CONSUMER REPORT MAGAZINES (2014-2016): 585-394-6758

PIANO in good condition. Want to verify condition before arranging transport:

FLOOR LAMP, all black, like new. You pick up: 585-381-3399

BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION: Collecting for grandchild, NO expired dates. On General Mills products: 585-781-4689

27’ PANASONIC TV, tube type. You pick up, Churchville: 585-494-2567

EXTRA CAT FOOD OR TUNA for two cat shelters in Victor: 585-298-8581

SPINET PIANO: 585-734-6171,

MEN’S SHOES, BOOTS, COATS, JEANS, GLOVES for Homeless Shelter. Will pick up from Webster/Ontario only. Receipt available.

ADJUSTABLE TWIN BED w/motorized head-foot, optional rails, like new mattress. You pick up: TWO BAGS OF DINOSAURS (not real!), to a good home! LARGE BEGONIA PLANT. Great for cuttings, needs new pot. You pick up, Dansville: 585-335-5332

FULL SIZE WORKING REFRIGERATOR: 585-343-7596 or UNDER ARMOUR HOODIES for 13 yr. old. Men size medium to large or boys xl-xxl: LAVA LAMPS: 585-279-7927

Let us know when your item is taken/you receive what you asked for and we will remove it from the list. Guidelines: Submissions published as space allows. We reserve the right to decline/edit/omit information. We assume no responsibility for submissions.

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FRIENDSHIP BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 32 Public Square, Holley, NY 14470 Where the KJV-1611 is preached. Where souls are saved and the Lord Jesus Christ is exalted. Sunday 10:30am, Wednesday evening 7pm. 585-301-0036

A ssembly of God Caledonia Assembly of God 3087 Main St., Caledonia 538-6730 Pastor Bob Messmer Sunday Worship 10:30am; Children’s Program 11:00am Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm

Batavia Assembly of God 24 North Spruce St, Batavia • 343-8521 Pastor Dan Schmidt • Sunday School 9:30-10:15am; Coffee Cafe 9:00am Sunday worship: 10:30am-noon • Call church for evening details Wed. Family Night 7-8:30pm; Adult Bible Study • Thurs. Youth Group 7-8:30 Nursery provided all services. Handicap access, hearing loop.

Baptist First Baptist Church


St. Mary of the Assumption Church 99 Main Street, Scottsville • 294-3065 Pastor Rev. John H. Hayes Weekday Masses: Tues. 9:00am Weekend Masses: Sun. 8:00 & 11:00am Sacrament of Reconciliation: Sun. 10:15am

Our Lady of Mercy Parish Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo 44 Lake Street LeRoy 14482 • 585-768-6543 Fax: 585-768-7093 - Masses: Sat. 4:30pm; Sun. 7:15am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 5:30pm at Our Lady of Mercy Weekday Liturgies: Mon. through Fri. 7am & 8am; Sat. 9am at Our Lady of Mercy Confessions: Tues. 6-8pm; Sat. 3-4pm at Our Lady of Mercy Parish St. Brigid’s • 18 Gibson St. • Bergen NY, 14416 • Masses: Sat. 5pm; Sun. 9am

Church of God First Church of God 3059 Main St., Caledonia • 538-2176 Reverend William Phillips Sunday School at 10:00am; Sunday Service at 11:00am Bible Study - Wednesday at 6:00pm

306 E. Main St., Batavia, NY • (585) 343-9002 •

Episcopal Grace Episcopal Church

Christ the Center… Love for All Who Enter

Hilton Baptist Church “A Congregation of the American Baptist Churches” 50 Lake Ave., Hilton, NY 14468 • 585-392-7990 • Pastor: Dan Brown Website: • E-mail: Facebook: Hilton Baptist Church • Worship Service: 10am • Fellowship: 11am Children’s Sunday School: 11am-12noon • Adult Bible Study: Sun. 9-9:45am; Thurs. 9am Women’s Bible Study & Men’s Group: Every other Sat. (Call for dates & times) Child care avail. during the Worship Service. Handicap accessible.

Emmanuel Baptist Church 2345 Lake Rd. (Rt. 19) across from Lawrence Rd., Clarkson, NY Sunday Service 9:45am with Traditional Hymns and Preaching from the Holy Bible; Refreshments 11:00-11:15am; Sunday School 11:15am (all ages); Sunday Evening Service 6:00pm; Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00pm. Family Oriented. Nursery Available. All are welcome to come. Pastor Ken Miller • (585) 964-7370

Cornerstone Church of East Pembroke 2583 Main Rd., (Rt. 5) East Pembroke 762-8721 • Email: Service at 10:30am with Reverend Glenn Bloom, Jr. Sunday School - Children are dismissed from service at 11am Youth Group every Sunday @ 6pm



Rev. Raymond Walker, Pastor Traditional Full Gospel Sunday Worship, 10am. Sunday School (All ages 9am). Nursery provided, also weekly Bible studies & prayer fellowship. Handicap accessible.

9 Browns Ave. (at west end of Genesee St.), Scottsville • 889-2028 The Rev. Kenneth R. Pepin, Rector Sunday Morning: 10:30am - Holy Eucharist 10:30am - Church School

Lutheran Lutheran Church of Our Saviour 2415 Chili Ave., Rochester • 247-7824 Modern Traditional Service: Sunday, 9am Traditional Service: Sunday, 11:15am Sunday School: 10:15am • Nursery School: Ages 3 and 4

Concordia Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod 6601 Fourth Section Rd., Brockport (Rte. 31, across from Wegmans) 637-5930 • Sunday Worship 10:00am; Children’s Sunday School after Worship Fellowship Coffee Hour following Service Bible Study 9:00am


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CROSSWORD M ethodist Wyoming and Pavilion United Methodist Churches Reverend Dr. Wilson Jones • 12 Main Street, Wyoming • Sunday Worship Service 9:00am 1115 East Park Street, Pavilion Sunday Worship Service: 10:30am Sunday School: 10:45am-11:30am All are welcome to attend either service

N on-D enominational Church of Christ 60 Spring St., Brockport, NY 14420 Minister: Scott Kelley 585-637-2650 • Sun.: 9:30am Coffee & Donut Fellowship, 10:00am Bible Study, 11:00am Worship Service; Wed. 7:00pm Mid-week Bible Study

Calvary Chapel Genesee Through the Bible Teaching Mumford Fire Hall Community Center • Pastor Walt Zweigle 1013 Main St. • Mumford • Sunday Service 9:30am - New Testament Children’s Sunday School during service. Wednesday Bible Service 7pm - Old Testament: Book of Joshua Jan. 18th WZXV 99.7 the Word

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Jan. 24, 1908, the Boy Scouts movement begins in England with the publication of the first installment of Robert Baden-Powell’s “Scouting for Boys.” By the end of April, the serialization of Scouting for Boys was completed, and scores of impromptu Boy Scout troops had sprung up across Britain. MOBILE HOME DOCTOR: Heat tapes, frozen/ broken plumbing, floors, remodeling, roof snow removal. Complete bathroom remodeling $2375. 24/7. Insured. 585-402-1046.

CARPET LAYER has THOUSANDS of yards of carpet left over! $1.50/ s.f., installed. Free in home estimates. Hugh, 585-798-0909.


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This week’s puzzle answer is elsewhere in this paper. The Crossword Puzzle is provided by Tribune Media Services. Any questions or comments should be made to 1-800-346-8798.


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Accounting Tax Preparation Tax Counseling Individual Estate Small Business

Paul E. Tenney Certified Public Accountant QuickBooks Set-up and Training

Cell (585) 813-2722 • Phone (585) 343-0912 198 Ellicott St., Batavia, NY 14020

Wheatland Senior Center 889-1284 • January 16-20 Monday:


Senior Center Closed Broccoli Cheese Quiche Martin Luther King Day



Senior Center Closed

Senior Center Closed

Wednesday: Pub Burger

Magic Maze Pre-Kindergarten Program Parent Information Meeting Wednesday, January 18, 2017 6:00 PM Elementary School Auditorium

Caledonia-Mumford Central School 99 North St • Caledonia, New York 14423 Elementary School 585-538-3481

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS MEETING? Residents who live in the Caledonia-Mumford School District and have an eligible child who will be four years old on or before December 1, 2017

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ALBION Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester - A Support / Network Group for Breast Cancer Survivors and Gynecologic Cancer Survivors - registration is NOT required. With: Carol Kistner, Facilitator. Held the first and third Wednesday of the month, from 5:30pm-7pm, through March 15, 2017 at the Hoag Library, 134 South Main St., Albion. To learn more about this program, please call the Coalition’s Tracy Brown at 585-473-8177, ext. 310, or email for more information. Adult Coloring Day - Join the Visions of Hope Recovery Center from the Mental Health Association of Genesee & Orleans Counties for an Adult Coloring Day at our Albion location on January 17, 122pm! This activity is presented at no charge, and is open to the community! Come for a relaxing afternoon of Adult Coloring! Enjoy social connection in a safe & supportive environment! Warm refreshments and sweet treats will be provided! For questions, or for more information, please call us at (585)589-1158 (Albion) or (585)344-2611 (Batavia). www.

BATAVIA 21st Annual Betty Ellison Memorial ”Strike Out” for Crossroads House Bowling Tournament: Friday, February 17, Saturday, February 18. Sunday, February 19 @ Mancuso Bowing Center, 214 Main St., Batavia. Lane Times: 2/176pm, 2/18- 3pm & 6pm and 2/191pm. 5 Person Team Fees- $100. Secure Registration and Payment can be made on our website at use Events tab. Registration forms also available at MBC or Crossroads House, 11 Liberty St., Batavia. This year’s event is dedicated to the memory of Joe Gerace, a longtime Crossroads House supporter and champion in community service and volunteerism. Info.: Cindy (585)993-0584 or Tara (585)409-0136.

BROCKPORT Chicken BBQ with potato, corn & roll. Sunday, January 22, Noon till gone (pick up by 5pm) @ Brockport Vets Club, 222 West Avenue. Tickets: $9, at the door & presale at the Vets Club. Info: 637-5012. Sponsored by Sons of the American Legion.

CALEDONIA The Big Springs Museum is holding its Annual Meeting at 1pm on Sunday, January 29th, to be followed at 2pm with a very interactive and interesting chat on Caledonia-Mumford Trivia. For example, in 1802, what was the name of what we now call Caledonia? Please join us for this very fun event, light refreshments will be served. As always, free and open to the public. Big Springs Historical Society and Museum, 3095 Main Street, Caledonia. Caledonia Fire Department Babysitters Course - This course is to help prepare the babysitter for any emergencies that may arise. Open to the first 25 students in the Cal-Mum School District. Classes are held at the Caledonia Firehouse, Tuesday evenings 7pm to 8:30pm. Starting February 7th and runs for 7 weeks. For students ages 12 to 15 yrs old. For more info or to register call 733-8261. Registration ends January 27, 2017.

LEROY Mighty St. Joe’s Alumni Drum & Bugle Corps Holds Recruitment Open House - Mighty St. Joe’s Alumni Drum and Bugle Corps will hold an Open House on Sunday, January 15, 9:30am-12:30pm at Leroy Wolcott Street School, 2 Trigon Park, Leroy. Anyone wishing more information about participating in the corps is invited to attend. Current membership is not restricted to former St. Joe’s participants. New members are always welcome and there are openings in all sections; brass, percussion, guard and support staff. No previous experience is necessary. For more information, visit the website at or call (585) 880-2769.

GUIDELINES TO QUALIFY FOR PUBLICATION IN OUR HOMETOWN EVENTS: Events should occur on a specific date at a specific time. Due to the increasing number of submissions, we will no longer be able to publish the following items: • Businesses/schools seeking registration for classes or programs • Organizations seeking Crafters or Vendors • Organizations seeking donations of items Genesee Valley Penny Saver reserves the right to approve/reject events for publication. EVENTS DEADLINE: Monday, 2 weeks prior to publication date. 60 word limit for events wishing to be published in print. Log in to your account or register on our website to start submitting your events today! Events are published in the Penny Saver as space allows. REGISTER AND SUBMIT YOUR EVENT ONLINE AT: Click on “My Hometown” then click “Submit Event.” Events may also be submitted at: 1471 Route 15, Avon, NY 14414 View more Hometown Events online at

ROCHESTER The Amadeus Chorale and Brockport Symphony Orchestra will join forces to present ”Mozart´s Birthday Celebration” on Saturday, January 28, 2017, at 7pm at The Clover Center for Arts & Spirituality, 1101 Clover Street in Rochester. Concert tickets are $10, and can be purchased online at and at the door. Ample free parking is available at The Clover Center, and there will be a complimentary dessert reception following the performance. This concert is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program. For additional information, please visit:


SCOTTSVILLE UPC Community Dinner - Union Presbyterian Church will hold its next free community dinner on Thursday, January 26 from 5:306:30pm at the church, 1 Browns Avenue in Scottsville. Please join us for a delicious hot meal in the company of friends and neighbors. Everyone is welcome, and there is no charge! For questions, please call the church office at 889-1604. Spaghetti Dinner - All you can eat Spaghetti and meatballs, salad, roll, beverage and dessert. Cost: $9. Join us on Saturday, January 21, 4-7pm at the Smith Warren American Legion, 61 Main Street, Scottsville. www.smithwarren367. org

SHARED HABITS OF ORGANIZED PEOPLE The beginning of the year is an ideal time to get organized and set oneself up for productive months ahead. It’s also a good opportunity to take inventory of seldom-used items and clear out as much clutter as possible. The amount of stuff the average person owns can affect how easy or difficult it is for that person to get organized. In 2014, professional organizer Regina Lark estimated the average American home contains 300,000 items. And it’s not just adults who love to collect and keep things, as kids contribute to the problem, too. British research, as published in The Telegraph, indicates the average 10-year-old owns 238 toys, playing with just 12 in a typical day. All of these belongings contribute to disorganization and lost time. A study by Esure Home Insurance found looking for lost items accounts for 10 minutes of wasted time each day. Getting organized can take perseverance, but it’s possible.

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Hocus-Focus 1. Ball is different. 2. Arm is missing. 3. Sign is missing. 4. Cork is missing. 5. Hairdo is different. 6. Pocketbook is missing.

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Secret s t o k eeping an organized shed A w ell-organized shed can save homeow ners time and energy, as it’s easy to abandon or delay a project if you can’t find that pair of w ork gloves you stashed. The first step to any organizing project is to take everything out of the shed and determine just w hat needs to go back in. Items that do not belong in the shed should be moved to their rightful locations or tossed in the trash if they’re no longer needed. M ake a pile of anything that w ill be kept, a separate one for donations and a third for garbage. Take inventory of w hat you have so you know w hether you’re missing any items or you have something and do not need to purchase another. Now that the entire shed is empty, you can assess just how much room you have. Utilizing vertical and overhead space effectively can free up areas on the floor for larger equipment. Shelving, racks, pegboards and any other materials that enable you to hang or store items off the floor are good investments. Visit your nearby home improvement retailer to find items that can simplify your storage. You also may be able to put scrap w ood to use to make your ow n storage shelves or a w ork bench. Extra kitchen cabinets can be installed in the shed to organize additional items. In order to remember w here items go, label or sort them accordingly. Some people like to take organization a step further by tracing the outline of tools hung on the w all so they can be placed back in the same spot after use. This also serves as a visual reminder of w hich tools are missing and w hich ones need to be purchased. Don’t forget to utilize shed doors as additional storage space. Hang frequently used tools, such as rakes and shovels, on the inside of the doors so they w ill alw ays be easily accessible. You also can repurpose storage solutions designed for other areas of the home. For example, magnetic knife holders can be mounted to a shed w all to keep paintbrushes organized. These holders also can be used to keep many small metal tools tidy. M etal funnels can hold tw ine and string. Thread through the narrow end of the funnel for a handy dispenser. Keep dangerous substances off the floor and out of reach. Gasoline, chemical fertilizers and other potentially dangerous substances should be stored high up to keep pets and children safe. M ake sure the shed floor is sturdy and level. This makes it easier to neatly store larger items. Roll in the law nmow er, w heelbarrow and any other cumbersome items. Now that more things are mounted vertically, you should find that you have more area to move around.




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SAVE MONEY ON YOUR UTILITY BILLS The Weatherization Assistance Program is available through Pathstone for income-eligible households in Monroe County outside of the city limits by reducing energy costs and improving the safety of homes through energy efficiency measures in owned or rented property

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PROTECTING YOUR HOM E FROM BURGLARS Home Security. Burglars, w ho’ve been know n to case neighborhoods in broad daylight dressed as contractors in order to fit in, actually jiggle doorknobs in search of cheap, breakable locks. So it’s essential to protect your home’s main point of entry w ith a strong one.

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Future Forest Consulting, Inc. DEC Cooperating Forest Consultant Corey Figueiredo *Red Oak Prices are at a 7 year high currently* Ash Salvage Harvesting for Emerald Ash Borer Eliminate the guesswork in selling your timber. We will mark your timber sustainably, and have several reputable companies bid so you get top dollar while ensuring a quality job through our supervision and bonding. “We specialize in forest tax plans that reduce your school and property taxes up to 80% on at least 50 acres of woods.” (585) 374-2799. Special interest in Black Walnut - 10 trees or more. Website:




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Louise T. Wood (Trescott) December 2, 2016

“A man can stand a lot as long as he can stand himself.....”

~ Axel Munthe Into every life some rain must fall. We all suffer adversities of various kinds. We can meet these misfortunes with courage and fortitude or we can grovel in self-pity and try to find an easy way out, even if it means dodging our responsibilities. Mere adversity never killed anyone. We live through it and usually, when the problem is finally resolved, it turns out to have been less awful than we imagined. We can stand a great deal if we are proud of the way we do it. Families of all faiths are assured of perfectly appropriate services when they place their trust in us. No one is ever turned away for lack of funds. When the need arises, call us first.

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CREATE AN ENDURING MEMORIAL FOR A LOVED ONE Create a memorial garden. Speak with an area park ranger to determine if you can donate an engraved sitting bench or construct a tranquil garden space in a loved one’s name.

South Livonia: Peacefully on December 2, 2016 at age 91 years. Predeceased by her husband Richard W. Wood II in 2012 and her son David A. Wood in 1959. Survived by children; Bill (Cindy) Wood of S. Livonia and Susan (David) Yost of Canadice. Grandchildren; Richard (Beth) Wood of Conesus, Sarah (Patrick) Burke of CA, Robert Wood (Brandy Metish) of FL, Jacob (Nicole) Yost of VA, and Carl Yost of Conesus; great-grandchildren, Lillian Burke, Laura Wood, Sophie Wood, and Amelia Yost. Also survived by her sister-in-law Eleanor Trescott, several cousins, and numerous nieces & nephews. Louise was born on May 15, 1925 in Rochester, NY to parents Clyde and Florence (Webb) Trescott. She and her husband Richard raised their family in South Livonia, NY. She was a meticulous painter and enjoyed sewing. She was also a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution for many years. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, January 14th, at 11AM at the Conesus United Church, 6199 S Livonia Road, Conesus, NY 14435. Private burial Oak Ridge Cemetery, S. Livonia, NY. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Conesus United Church at the address above. To send a condolence and for further information please visit:

Although inevitable, death is an emotional subject that’s difficult to discuss. While estate planning can make people uncomfortable, it is an essential part of securing assets for future generations and can make a death in the family easier for loved ones to handle. Estate planning is an umbrella term that refers to a host of things that must be done prior to a person’s death, including writing a will and even making funeral arrangements. Estate planning attempts to eliminate financial uncertainties and maximize the value of an estate, and allows men and women to state their wishes with regard to long-term healthcare and guardianship for their children. When done right, estate planning can prevent family feuds and ensure that the deceased’s estate stays in the hands of family rather than being relegated to the government. Estate planning can be a complex process, so men and women should seek help to ensure the process goes smoothly.

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MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Jan. 23, 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell is granted a medical degree from Geneva College in New York (now known as Hobart College), becoming the first female in the U.S. to be officially recognized as a physician.

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ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS! A solar energy system will save you $$$ on your monthly utility bills while protecting you from future rate hikes. Tax credits available for new installs! For information, call: 1-888-683-7004. STORAGE: Scottsville Chili Storage. 1692 Scottsville- Chili Rd., Scottsville. 10x10, 10x20, and 10x15 now available. Call and leave message at 585-889-3330.


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Here is what happens when you decide to donate locally: The Lima Food Pantry was able to provide healthy food baskets to our pantry clients at Thanksgiving and Christmas. 55 households at Thanksgiving and 71 households plus gifts for children at Christmas were served. This happens when you give so generously thru work, church, Scouts, Veterans, Golden Agers and individually to the local food pantry. We say “Thank You” for all donations received this year. May your New Year be blessed. Sincerely, Lima Food Pantry Clients and Volunteers I was so flustered when my power wheelchair fell off the lift on the back of my SUV while coming out of the Tops parking lot, that I didn’t get the name of the kind gentleman or the name of his company truck, to

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thank him properly for helping me right the chair and get it back on the lift. When you saw it happen, you even followed me to a spot to help me get it back on. Kudos to you, and I WILL pay your kindness forward. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to the person, who found my son’s wallet on Jefferson Ave. in Fairport on 12/12/16. It’s good to know that honesty/integrity still exists. My faith in humanity gets a boost, but more importantly, we are humbled by your kindness! The HFL Transportation Dept. enjoyed creating a float for the Honeoye Falls Fire Dept’s annual Christmas parade and would like to thank the community members who made our float extra special. Thank you to Judy & John Recktenwald for loaning us their hay wagon and to Jen & Ryan Kenny for assisting us in borrowing the wagon. Thank you to our “live toys” on the float: Carlie Dussett, Reese Dussett and Cooper Banser and to our “elves”: Chase Banser, Heidi Banser and Dalton Mazzo. Thank you all for being a part of our holiday spirit parade float!


Commandments: “Thou Shalt Not Steal.”

Our school’s grounds and building are in dire need of repairs. Pavement is horrible. And don’t even start on the ground next to the bus loop, or sidewalks. Shame on you voters, school board, and administration. Have more pride, I do! To the person or persons who stole my lawn mower! “Really?” You prowled around in the night like a thief. I have been taking care of my lawns for fifty years or more. I loved it. We bought this mower a few years ago, four to be exact. It had an electric start to make it easier for me. You broke my heart. Yes, I left it outside. We had a garage sale that day and the garage was full of “stuff.” Never had to worry about people stealing. You must have been at my sale, how else would you know where it was? You have put the fear into my neighbors. You are a threat to seniors. It’s called “Elder Abuse.” You probably don’t know anything about the 10

Our family lives in a local town which has a pizza shop on almost every corner. Once a week we have a take-out night of a medium cheese and pepperoni pizza and a small order of chicken wings. We go between two favorite pizza shops. How is it every week the price changes by $2-$3? Why is it when we request a splash of extra sauce on our pizza it’s an extra dollar?! Not fair! On a very recent night we picked up our order, brought it home and it was not edible. The crust was black on the bottom and the wings were dry and undercooked. We called and spoke to the manager. He would not give a refund or a credit. He said his pizza and wings were perfect. When we pay close to $30, why not just do the right thing? What happened to customer service? It’s too bad - we were good customers. To all you people who speed: 60 is the new 40 DOES NOT APPLY TO MPH (miles per hour). It is a nightmare pulling out of my driveway; please stop beeping your horn at me. If you were going the speed limit this would not be a problem. FYI the solid yellow line means NO PASSING!


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Bus Operators needed! Orleans County - Hourly Rate $13.09 Come join the Preferred Transportation Provider RTS!

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Line Cooks, Prep Cook, Dishwashers, Servers, Guest Relations, Housekeepers and Sales & Events Manager. 25-38 hours per week, flexible scheduling required.

Requirements: Applicant must possess a high school diploma or GED; a valid NYS CDL B or C License w/passenger endorsement, minimum of 5 years Class D auto driving experience, and a clean driving record (no points, no suspensions, no convictions); applicant will be required to pass a pre-employment medical and drug test; criminal background check conducted. This position complies with NYS 19A requirements. Apply online at: or in person at the following location: Orleans County - 225 West Academy Street, Albion, NY 14411 We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

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New York State DOT is Seeking Mechanics Must have four years of experience as an automotive or diesel mechanic OR an Associate’s degree in automotive or diesel repair technology. Must have a clean driving record. Must be able to pass medical exam and drug test.

LPN Evening Shift includes every other weekend.

Dietary Tray Aide Positions (2) 4pm-7:15pm Two to three shifts per week. Perfect position for ambitious student. Qualified candidates may apply in person at:

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Immediate Employment Opportunity in the Brockport/Hamlin/Hilton Area

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CLEANERS FT, 37.5 hrs./wk., 6:30am-2:30pm Apply to Dan Brinkman, Premier Genesee Center for Nursing and Rehab 278 Bank St., Batavia, NY 14020 Top Female Earners

Genesee Community College has an opening for a

PART-TIME (up to 19.5 hours/week)

STUDENT ADVISOR to provide college prep services to a caseload of 25 at-risk high school students in target school districts within Genesee and Wyoming County. Responsibilities include advising, identifying and monitoring students’ needs, providing services and/or making referrals for services, communicating with parents, and assisting students with college preparations. The candidate must be able to work independently, have a flexible schedule, be able to travel, and have the ability to relate to a diverse population. Experience working with secondary school youth required. For additional details, specific educational and experience requirements, and to apply on-line, visit Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please include a cover letter, resume and contact information for four references. GCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.

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The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that men are still earning about 20 percent more than women in a variety of different industries. But many women are closing the gap. There are certain jobs that are more lucrative for women than others. The U.S. Department of Labor says the job world favors women with a slim majority (51 percent) as holding high-paying management and professional jobs. Those women who must be the primary bread-winners in the household can look to these careers to be top earners, courtesy of Forbes. • Chief executive officer • Pharmacist: • Lawyers • Physicians/Surgeons • Computer programmer • Occupational therapists


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Classified Sales/ Customer Service Avon Office Immediate opening for an energetic team- oriented person with superior customer service skills! Must be detail oriented and have the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced deadline-driven environment. Excellent time management, computer experience (e-mail, data entry) a must. Telemarketing and/or sales experience a plus. PT/FT. Hourly rate. Email resume and cover letter to:

Open House Tues., 1/17/17 • 9:00am - 11:00am WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR: • Assembly/Packaging • Packaging Machine Operators • CNC Machine Operators • Warehouse Associates $10.00-$15.00/hr. Genesee, Wyoming, & Livingtson County job opportunities

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We Want You! Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities? Join our team of enthusiastic, caring staff today! If you have a desire to make a difference, possess excellent people skills, and work directly with people to help them gain and maintain independent lives, then Lifetime Assistance Inc. is the employer for you!

Here’s what we have to offer:

• Excellent benefits and generous Paid Time Off

• Competitive Rates of Pay • Paid training • Employee Referral Bonus program • Most locations are within minutes from your home

Positions include: Direct Support positions, Drivers, Managers, Assistant Residence Managers, RNs & LPNs

Ask us about positions that offer a $2,000 Employee Hiring Bonus!! To learn more about our mission and current openings please visit us online at 585-426-4120 EOE: Lifetime Assistance is committed to understanding and valuing the differences of our employees and the individuals we serve. We are committed to creating a culture that promotes mutual respect, acceptance, and cooperation among individuals of diverse backgrounds. It is expected that all employees share this commitment.

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Baseball UMPIRES Wanted


Genesee, Orleans, Livingston & Wyoming Counties Area High Schools and Youth Games. Free training starts in February.

Looking for individual who can vaccinate, treat and tag animals. Must be able to run various equipment, along with feeding, scraping & spreading manure. Good pay & benefits, vacation after a year.

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Mary Cariola Children’s Center is hiring staff to work in the residential program as well as our school programs. Both positions have part-time and full time opportunities.

Habilitation Specialists (Residential Aide): Responsibilities include assisting

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residents with their normal daily routine, accompanying them on community outings, and acting as their mentor. • You can have flexible hours for evening, overnight, and weekend shifts. • You can work as much as 30 hours a week or as little as 6. • You can be a positive role model for adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities and significant challenges. • You can develop a career, work through college, or just get a second job. • You will develop close relationships with individuals that will leave lasting impressions. • You will have the opportunity to gain experience and develop strong professional skills. • No experience needed. Part-time pay rate is $10.50 an hour!

Teacher Aide: Responsibilities include assisting teachers in the classroom by supporting students during instructional and non-instructional activities. We encourage caring individuals who are looking to make a difference in someone else’s life to apply. ALL positions are posted on our website:

Tips To Make Your Start-Up A Success Secure legal representation. There are certain business laws and employee laws that an individual will need to know to avoid fines and other legal recourse. Securing legal representation ahead of time can help prospective business owners navigate the legal system.


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100 Pro athletes: Mind your business Pro football player Ray Lewis’ business helps the unemployed. Baltimore Ravens veteran linebacker Ray Lewis is known as much for his generous charitable efforts as he is for his devastating tackles against members of opposing offenses. So it is no surprise that he takes a social entrepreneurship approach to his for-profit ventures. “Everything that Ray does is designed to help someone,” said Dan Caporale, one of Lewis’ partners and the president of RL52 Staffing. After the economic downturn, Lewis wanted to do something to help the millions of unemployed professionals across the country. He’s been directly involved with the development of his staffing company, which places people with national and international companies. He actually helps establish partnerships with corporate executives. RL52 Staffing launched in May with overwhelming response. Employees are working to fill about 50 positions in the United States and abroad, and they’ve working with a pool of thousands of qualified applicants. “I guess you should be careful what you wish for,” said Caporale. “We almost have more on our plate than we can handle.” HOW TO NEGOTIATE (AND GET) A SALARY INCREASE Don’t share why you want the raise. When discussing a potential raise, keep it about business and avoid personal reasons. You’re more likely to get the raise if you keep personal reasons (i.e. bills piling up, school expenses, family vacations) out of the mix. Maintain your professionalism during the discussion. Otherwise, you may risk losing your boss’s respect.

Timebuyer, Inc. Batavia, NY

Assistant/ Collections MGR DUTIES WILL INCLUDE: - Assist with day-to-day operations - Collection/retention of accounts - Answer phones, greet customers - Some sales - Customer service CANDIDATE MUST HAVE: - Minimum 2+ years experience in account collection with bank, finance company or rent-to-own - Valid NYS driver’s license - Previous sales experience helpful - Positive attitude WE OFFER: - Competitive wages - Bonuses - Medical/dental/vision insurance - Paid holidays/vacation/sick time - 401K plan - Uniform shirts/jackets

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Scott Adams Trucking is looking for an experienced

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Plumbing HVAC and Electrical Techs wanted! Must have experience and/or be licensed.

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CLASS A DRIVER (Located in Stafford, NY) Full Time Hours • Competitive Wages Call 716-474-3656

Now Is the Best Time to Plan for Retirement (Family Features) It’s easy to live for the moment and leave planning the future to another time. But w hen it comes to planning for your retirement, it is never too early. W hat w ill your Retirement Income w ill be: Once you’ve calculated the cost of retirement, assess your investment options. Determine w hether you need to adjust your savings rate or explore additional revenue source s in order to have the income you’ll need to live the retirement you’re planning.

Genesee County Human Resources announces upcoming Civil Service exam:

Firefighter, O.C. #60-564 Last Filing Date 2/1/17 Examination Date 3/18/17

Brunner International 3959 Bates Road Medina, NY 14103

Thursday, January 19, 2017 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Full Time Employment Lowest Starting Rate is $11.25 Higher Based On Experience Shift Premium for 2nd & 3rd Shift

PRODUCTION POSITIONS: CNC Lathe Operators, Riveters, Forge Line Operators, Axle Dept Operators & Line Production Workers

MAINTENANCE POSITIONS: Maintenance Mechanic & Electricians (starting rate based on experience) We offer excellent benefits including Medical, Dental, Life, Short & Long Term Disability, free uniforms, Attendance and Safety Incentives & 401K Successful passing a pre-employment physical to include drug screen is a condition of hire. EOE

Come Meet With Us At Brunner

A $25.00 fee is required for this exam. Download exam announcements and applications: 344-2550, ext. 2221


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GENERAL WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE Ashley HomeStore Full-Time Days Weekly paychecks $9.50 starting Apply in person: Monday through Friday 9am-1pm 7993 Call Parkway Batavia, NY

I have found no greater satisfaction than achieving success through honest dealing and strict adherence to the view that, for you to gain, those you deal with should gain as well. ~Alan Greenspan

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ASSISTANT MECHANIC $13.50-$14/hr. Full time, year-round. Benefits (401k, health, vacation) Tools provided. Contact Ron

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PT/26 hours per week, 40 weeks per year, assist with daily operations of kitchen, adhere to health and safety regulations, assist with meal set up, clean after each session, substitute for cook as needed. Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent, basic food knowledge, must be cleared through NYS and federal background checks, NYS physical for day care licensing and agency approved driver status and vehicle required.


Fill in as needed for classroom and/or as Bus Monitor (18 months – 5 years), training provided. Minimum Qualifications: 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, reliable transportation, demonstrated experience working with children ages birth – 5 years, ability to read and write commensurate with required duties. NYS physical for day care licensing, must be cleared through NYS and federal background checks.

For further description and information, go to our website at Please provide a cover letter and resume, be sure to indicate which position you are applying for in your response. Respond by January 22, 2017, to: 409 E. State Street Albion, NY 14411 AAP/EEO


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Why Drive to the Big City? Immediate opportunities available in Batavia. UMMC offers a friendly, professional team with quality care! • Registered Nurses • Patient Accounting/Medical Billers • Clinical Laboratory Technologist • Phlebotomist • Clinical Nurse Assistant • Environmental Services/Housekeeping

United Memorial Medical Center 127 North St., Batavia, NY 14020 Resumes to: Visit our website at:



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Viking Cives in Oakfield, NY is looking for a

PT/Per Diem CDL Driver Must have current CDL. Work includes driving finished, heavy duty dump & plow trucks to our dealers. At times may pick up a cab & chassis to bring back. Pay is $20/hr. Perfect for retired CDL holder. More details to be discussed.

Contact Jared Burns at with resume and/or contact info. No phone calls please.

DID YOU KNOW? n the 2015 version of its annual survey of colleges and universities to determine which majors earn students the best starting salaries, collected data from 1,000 universities, including 86 percent of American schools with undergraduate enrollments exceeding 5,000 students. Among the 207 majors included in the 2015 survey, students who earned bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education had the lowest starting salary, at just under $30,000. The average mid-career salary for early childhood education majors was $38,000, the second lowest mid-career salary of any major included in the study. Child and family studies majors had the second lowest starting salaries, earning an average of $31,200. Rounding out the five lowest starting salaries were culinary arts ($31,900), child development ($32,200) and early childhood and elementary education ($32,300). Child development majors had the lowest mid-career salaries, earning an average of $36,400.


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LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVER/WAREHOUSE Allen Associates is a best place to work and conveniently located in Henrietta, NY. We offer competitive wages, a 401k plan with company match, health & dental insurance, PTO, AND a fun working environment. Since 1945, our family of employees has been doing business “The Allen Way” with integrity, passion and excellence. This is a full time career opportunity! We are looking for someone with driving and warehouse experience. A clean NYS driver’s license and being safety-minded are musts!

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Genesee Community College’s Albion Campus Center has an opening for a PART-TIME (19.5 hours/week)

CAMPUS CENTER ASSOCIATE who will assist the Associate Dean with campus center operations, primarily as an advisor assisting with student educational and career planning, and recruitment but also as they relate to academics, programs, faculty support, customer service, and other functions related to the general operations of the Center. An Associate’s degree and a minimum of one year of experience working in a clerical and/or customer service related role is required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in Higher Education and/or with academic programs. For more details and to apply on-line, visit Applications accepted through February 3, 2017. Please include a cover letter, resume and contact information for four references. GCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.


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