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Blisters May Need Medication for Life --DEAR DR. ROACH: A year ago, I broke out with pimples on my back, arms and thighs. They itched so badly I thought I would go mad. A dermatologist took a biopsy and told me it was an autoimmune disease called bullous pemphigoid. I was started on prednisone and doxycycline. When it cleared up, I would stop the medication, but it came back. The doctor said she thinks I’ll have to take medication for the rest of my life. I don’t like taking this medication, as it blurs my eyesight and I lose energy. I also have osteoporosis. I do take some vitamins. -- G.B. ANSWER: Bullous pemphigoid is an autoimmune disease that causes blisters, mostly in older adults. The blisters are large and tense (as opposed to pemphigus, an even more dangerous autoimmune disease, in which the blisters are soft). Bullous pemphigoid tends to come and go over months or even years. Diagnosis is confirmed by biopsy. The usual treatment for bullous pemphigoid is a corticosteroid, either topical or systemic. Since it was over such an extended area of your body, your dermatologist decided on systemic, at a moderate dose of 20 mg. Prednisone has many long-term side effects, including making your osteoporosis much worse. Further, I am concerned that the blurry vision could indicate the onset of diabetes or a cataract, as both are strongly associated with chronic steroid use. Your regular doctor should be testing you for diabetes and treating the osteoporosis, and should make sure that you see the eye doctor. Certain medications, such as the doxycycline she started you on, can reduce your need for steroids. Other medications used for autoimmune disease can further reduce the need for steroids, but azathioprine, methotrexate, mycophenolate and others have serious side effects of their own. Nicotinamide, also called vitamin B-3, can make the doxycycline more effective. Although bullous pemphigoid sometimes does go away, I agree with your doctor that you are likely to need some medication long term; however, she may be able to reduce the dosages. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: My adult daughter contracted ringworm or some other fungus from her beautiful Border Collie. She has been using over-the-counter meds on the two of them for over 10 months! The dog is doing better than my daughter. Any solutions to get rid of this once and for all? -- E.B. ANSWER: Ten months is too long to treat something empirically. It’s time to find out what this fungus might be, and that means a visit to a dermatologist, who can do a culture of the infection to find out what it is. There are some unusual fungi that can be passed from animals (dogs, cats, pigs, horses, cattle) to humans and cause skin infection. Rarely is systemic treatment necessary. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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FAIRPORT Fairport St. John of Rochester Knights of Columbus Fish Fry The Fairport St. John of Rochester Knights of Columbus will be holding it’s annual fish fry every Friday during Lent from February 16 to March 30th. Cost is $12 for a large piece of fish (fried or baked), potato (fries or baked), roll and cole slaw. Soft drinks and water are $1 free coffee. Location is St. John of Rochester Parish Center, 8 Wickford Way, Fairport. All proceeds go to local charities.

MENDON Community Open Meal - ALL ARE WELCOME! Please join us for a free meal and fellowship on Sunday, February 11, 2018 from 3-4pm at the Msgr. Schnacky Center located in St. Catherine of Siena Church. The church is located at 26 Mendon-Ionia Road in Mendon and the center is handicapped accessible. This month will be our Valentine’s meal of pork, side dishes, and desserts. For more information, please contact the church rectory at 624-4990.

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NEWARK Classical Orchestra Concert - The Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra will play at the Middle School Auditorium in Newark on Sunday, February 11 at 3pm! The orchestra will perform the Overture to Die Meistersinger by Wagner, the Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in Dminor by Sibelius, concertmaster Meghan O’Kiefe soloist, and Symphony no 5 by Mendelssohn. Tickets are $10 at the door, $7 for Seniors, all students free!

PERINTON Crescent Trail Hiking Association next monthly hike - Sunday, February 11, 1:30PM. Hike, crosscountry ski, or snowshoe on the Erie Canalway Trail starting from behind the Box Factory building in the Village of Fairport. Adults, teens and children under the age of 16, when supervised by an adult, are welcome to participate. Monthly hikes start 1:30PM on the second Sunday of the month all year-round. Guided hike locations change monthly and are posted on social media. No pre-registration required. Free and open to the public. Upcoming hikes, learn more about the trails, or report any trail conditions: Call 585-678-1769,

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PITTSFORD Serenity House Gala - An Evening in the Caribbean: Locust Hill Country Club, 2000 Jefferson Road, Pittsford, Saturday, March 3. Honorary Chair, Can Lake 50 Ultras (Canandaigua Lake Ultramarathon Organization). 6PM: Valet - Silent Auction - Open Bar - Hors D’Oeuvres. 7:30PM: Dinner - Live Auction. 9PM: Dancing to the Music of “Orient Express”. Tickets: $125 per person - Tables for 8 or 10. RSVP by February 23rd. For ticket information: Contact: Linda 585-739-0159 or Visit us on Facebook at SERENITY HOUSE OF VICTOR, NY. ‘Rise and Shine’ Pancake Breakfast: Start your day with a delicious breakfast at the United Church of Pittsford. This popular event is held on the second Saturday of each month, 8AM-10AM, with the proceeds being donated to a different local charity each month. The next breakfast is on February 10th, in support of Elderberry Express. Pancakes, sausage links and scrambled eggs will be served with maple syrup, whipped cream and blueberry toppings all for $5.00 per person. The United Church of Pittsford is at 123 South Main Street at the intersection with Sunset Blvd. For further details call (585) 586-6870.

ROCHESTER Want To Lose Weight? TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is an affordable weight loss support group with weekly weigh-ins and educational programs. Yearly membership is only $32 and your first meeting is free. There are 15 chapters in Monroe County. To find the one closest to you visit www.tops. org or call 800.932.8677 or 585.794.8164.

UNPLUG FROM DEVICES Reach for a book. When a diversion is needed, grab a book or another reading material. Keep magazines, traditional books instead of e-books and newspapers at the ready.


The Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery - 2018 WINTER TOURS SCHEDULE: The tour guide will introduce you to interesting early Rochesterians, describe historic features and local history. Tours are 1 hour to 1-1/2 hours depending on weather conditions. Saturday, February 24 at 11AM. Guide: Don Hall. Saturday, March 24 at 11AM. Guide: Dennis Carr. Saturday, April 28 at 11AM. Guide: Cam Tran. Mount Hope Cemetery South Entrance (1133 Mt. Hope Avenue opposite the Distillery Restaurant.) Park inside the cemetery. Admission: $5 per person. Members free with card. Children 15 & under free when accompanied by an adult. Information Line: (585)461-3494. Crazy Bout You Cabaret Theater Night - An original musical that will take you back to the 80’s with laughter and song. An entire evening of snacks, drink, entertainment, laughter, friendly people, prizes and free parking all for just $25. If that wasn’t enough, you will leave with a souvenir of the event, new friends and knowing you helped support the rescue and rehabilitation of neglected and at risk horses in our community. won’t break the bank! Held February 17, 6pm-9pm, St. Mary’s Church Dugan Center, 15 St. Mary’s Place, Rochester. www. The Rochester Model Railroad Club Annual Open House - Saturday, March 3, 10am-5pm; and Sunday, March 4, 1-5pm at the First Universalist Church, 150 South Clinton Avenue, Rochester. A spectacular 40 x 60 foot HO scale layout with beautiful scenery inspired by the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Trains will be running both days including Thomas the Tank Engine for the children. Admission $5 adults and children over 13; children under 12 are free; maximum family admission is $15. There will be refreshments. Railroad Flea Market with items for sale on Saturday only. Please note: the layout is not wheelchair accessible. http://www.


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There's so much beauty and kindness around us but it's too often overshadowed by sad news. My day was brightened, however, during a recent shopping trip when a lovely young lady stopped me and offered a beautiful bouquet of flowers. When she asked, "Would you like these?" I said, "That's so nice of you, but may I pay you for them?" She replied, "No I just want you to have them." She then offered the receipt for her purchase. On Wednesday, January 24th at Overwhelmed, I thanked her and the Applebee’s in Geneseo we gave her a big hug. Before we were enjoying lunch. When we parted, I asked for her name and went to pay our bill we were promised to pay this act of pleasantly surprised to hear that kindness forward. Not everyone two gentlemen on their lunch believes in angels, I know, but I break had noticed us, two Vets and met mine on January 19 in the their spouses, and had paid our produce aisle at Calkins Road bill. This was greatly appreciated. Wegmans. Her name was Hanna.

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an accident, your car and having to see a deer be put down. Regarding the poor Beagle dog who is left outside 24/7 in all weather conditions causing her to shiver, this is "cruelty to an animal." Instead of venting, "please" call your local animal control person or the Humane Society and report the owner because the beagle and all animals receiving in-humane treatment deserve a better life and home with someone who will give them I read the two separate I Gotta Vent love. articles in last week's." Column and Next time I e-mail you, town, there are answers to these articles. which I did THREE times, I want Regarding the deer crossing the a response. Don’t treat me like a roads, we put "deer whistles" on the lesser person. I own this property front bumpers of our cars, which with my husband and our taxes work by the way. The cost of the pay your salary. Every time I ask deer whistles are minimal, very easy you something I am TOTALLY to put on bumper. The sound of the IGNORED just because I am not whistle stops the deer. This may save the Mr. contacting you. I hope

that person is elected who will hold accountability over this town in the elections. You respond to my husband but you totally ignore me. I live here, too, in this town; I am a citizen in this town. It is inexcusable not to answer an inquiry when you’re asked. I am not a lesser citizen just because I am not my husband. Don’t treat me like I don’t live in this town. It was NOT appreciated!

Many thanks from the Lima Food Pantry volunteers to everyone who so generously supported the Pantry throughout 2017 and during the holidays. We were able to serve 55 families at Thanksgiving and again at Christmas, and also supplied gifts for the children of the families that use the Pantry. Your generosity makes it possible for our clients to know they have a place to go when there is a need.

I want to express my deepest appreciation for the wonderful folks who came to my rescue on Sunday, Jan. 28, when I fell on ice in Geneseo while walking my dog, and broke my leg. Within less than a minute a kind gentleman stopped his car to see what he could do to help. When I said I was unable to stand, and didn't have my phone with me, he called 911. A neighbor who is a nurse rushed over to see what she

Sure the young man soliciting donations at the entrance/exit

was being very pushy. But on your way out, with your back turned, did you need to let out a rant using the "F" word? Your granddaughter, maybe 4 or 5, was holding your hand while you yelled. Good "role model" for a child. What about her parents, also walking alongside you. They didn't even "bat an eyelash" at

could do, and to make sure I wasn't bleeding or had hit my head. Another neighbor not only took my dog's leash, but also offered to keep him at her home until being picked up, after I left in an ambulance. Experiences like this give me faith in the true kindness and generosity of our neighbors and why living in a small town is like always being among friends. I am now at home, doing okay.

your GARBAGE MOUTH. Three role models for that child. How impressive! Local beautiful church, with glass window front, with flags of

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My Journey of Inspiration “Living the Dream” By Courtney Cullinan In 2009 Rick Cullinan climbed Kilimanjaro. He was in remission of esophageal cancer that would later take his life. “Living the Dream” became his famous quote when caught on video when he was interviewed. He celebrated the joy and beauty of this amazing experience as only someone who knows definitely that there are so many days offered on this earth. Ten years later his daughter Courtney will commemorate his life and passion in March 2019 on her journey to Tanzania to scale Mount Kilimanjaro. Her six-day trek will take her through every ecological zone on the planet. “When my dad died I felt empty. My outlook on life was changed.” Time doesn’t slow down, life doesn’t play favorites. I thought about how short 25 years was. If I have learned anything from my father’s life he never gave up. He put others’ needs before his own. To value each breath we take. To value the relationships of those we love. “A father is someone who guides his daughter through life and now, even in death, you are guiding me. You are constantly showing me that love never dies.”

It’s about giving back, too. I have chosen to raise money for the fight against cancer and donate it to the Wilmot Cancer Institute, but I need you. Your tax-deductible donations to the Wilmot Cancer Institute will ensure that cancer research, education, and other services will continue. To contribute, mail checks payable to the Wilmot Cancer Institute (note “on behalf of Courtney Cullinan”) to:

I would like to express my gratitude to Rick French and Yusuf for helping make my dream of this trip become reality. I would also like to thank my family and friends for their love and support on my journey. To my JOI family who has encouraged and guided me from day one, helping me prepare for my climb. Also, to the Wilmot Cancer Institute and Doctors for the treatment and hope you gave my father.

To contribute towards Courtney’s trip expenses mail checks payable to Pack, Paddle, & Ski (note “on behalf of Courtney Cullinan”) to the same address.

Over one million Americans are diagnosed with cancer, and it’s estimated that there were over 600,000 deaths in 2017. Cancer has touched every one of us in some way. This trip is not just about my own healing and a way to have a sense of closure.

For more information on the trip, contact Courtney at 585-447-3449, Tiffany Paine at the Wilmot Cancer Institute at 585-276-4715, or Rick French at Pack, Paddle, & Ski at 585-346-5597 (

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Many beloved dishes might be enjoyed more often if they were only a little healthier. Author and former personal chef Michelle Dudash was once asked by a client if the she could make a healthier version of chicken parmesan. The result of that request is the following recipe for “Skinny Chicken Parmesan with Spinach,” which Dudash ultimately included in her book, “Clean Eating For Busy Families” (Fair Winds). The recipe was a hit with Dudash’s client and will surely be a hit at home cooks’ dinner tables as well.

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NORDIC TRACK SEQUOIA. Great for cross country ski training. You pick up, Rush, NY: OAK DRESSER. Decorative piece. Inside drawers need repair: 585-362-6906 TIME-LIFE BOOKS’ GREAT AGES OF MAN. 18 volumes hard cover: 30 KELLY GREEN CHOIR ROBES with satin sashes: 585-590-1982 Large quantities of JIGSAW PUZZLES, CHILDREN’S BOOKS, CHILDREN’S VHS and DVD MOVIES. It all goes together. Leave message at 585-261-2665 KINDLING for wood fires: 585-865-9779 USED & RINSED WINE BOTTLES in Pittsford. Please call 585-641-0340 to arrange pick up date and time.

PATTERNS and/or BOOKS ON CROCHET, particularly doilies using #10 thread: 585-584-3734 Need one (1) P245/70R/17 TIRE for a spare, decent tread, for a pick-up truck: 585-857-5157 Four (4) TIRES size 205/60R/15 for a Subaru: 585-334-2821 WOOD SPLITTER, any horsepower. Does not need to run. Within 25-30 mile radius of Dansville: 585-298-7664 LADIES CLOTHING - SIZE 12 REGULAR and LARGE BLOUSES, JEANS and SHORTS: 585-409-6477 VENISON – it would be very much appreciated: 585-749-0650

OLD STYLE ZENITH TV. Swivel console, beautiful wood finish. Worked up until Christmas. Think switch gone. Pick up only: 585-538-2749

CLOTHES CLOSET – Kid & Adult. Gently used winter clothes, outerwear, footwear, underwear, t-shirts, bras, socks. Victor Methodist Church, 106 E. Main, leave bag at any door.

WALL PICTURES & MOUNTED WALL HEADBOARDS: Call the Days Inn, Batavia 585-343-6000

ELECTRIC SCOOTER (in working condition) for an adult handicapped man: Shirley 585-447-1739 leave message

LARGE PINK CERAMIC PIG WITH COIN SLOT. Adorable smile. Collector maybe. Serious inquiries only:

Two TIRES 215/70/R15:

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BROKEN SEWING MACHINES to fix, tune up, and donate to local nonprofits. Parts welcome, too:

Over 200 - 4’ T-8 FLUORESCENT BULBS and 16 - 2’ T-8 FLUORESCENT BULBS: 585-343-9134 Big 50” HITACHI PROJECTION TV. Works good: 585-494-2438 TWIN BED, MATTRESS, BOX SPRING, WOOD FRAME & HEADBOARD and LOVE SEAT with floral pattern: 585-755-9476 PANASONIC MICROWAVE. Gently used. 1.2 cu. ft., 1200 watt. You pick up Batavia area. Nonprofit Only:

ADULT BED RAILS for Senior (queen size bed): 585-698-5937 RECLINER for elderly gentleman for after surgery: Felix 585-309-3985 YARN, ROUND LOOMS, LOOM HOOKS for caps for cancer patients: 585-637-4857 YARN NEEDED for Salvation Army Christmas Toy Shop: Millie 585-334-2628

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“If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the law is against you, argue the facts. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the table and yell like hell.” We can thank Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and biographer Carl Sandburg for that bit of wisdom. It’s standard operating procedure for trial lawyers and certainly for politicians, both of whom could be best described as “anti-poets.” It’s clearly a way of life for the most obscene practitioner of these dark arts. I refer, of course, to the table-pounder in chief Donald Trump, who has gone quite far with it. His accomplishments include winning the presidency and allegedly having sex with Stormy Daniels. But I digress. Notice that I said “allegedly.” There is an even more jarring “allegedly,” this one being the alleged crime that Trump himself may have committed. Special counsel Robert Mueller appears to be vigorously exploring whether the president obstructed justice as Mueller ratchets up his investigation into whether Trump or figures in Trump’s campaign colluded with the Russian government in the alleged (there’s that word again) theft of the U.S. election. He and his people have interrogated Attorney General Jeff Sessions and have questioned James Comey, who was FBI director until President Trump fired him. Most ominously, Mueller now is negotiating with the White House to set parameters for questioning POTUS himself. It’s fair to point out that obstruction of justice is extremely hard to pin down. What might not be so elusive is a charge of money laundering by Trump and his circle of family and associates. That brings us back to that Carl Sandburg quote. The Donald Trump variation would be something like: “When the facts are against you, scream ‘fake news.’ If the law is against you, discredit the investigators. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the social media (or in his case, the antisocial media) and tweet like hell.” He and his protectors are trying to argue that the investigators are so biased against him that they cannot possibly do so credibly. He constantly makes accusations against Hillary Clinton and the Clintons in general, and he insists that this whole charge of Russian collusion is just sour grapes, an alibi for Democrats because Hillary forfeited the election to him. Meanwhile, Democrats continue to act like puppies who roll over on their backs the moment Trump and his pack of Republicans growl or even lift their legs to mark their territory. Their territory includes all of Washington, and the GOP made that abundantly clear with the confrontation that resulted in the brief government shutdown. It was brief because the Democrats folded the moment there was pushback. Their slogan might be “When the going gets tough, wimp out.” So now we have this brief respite, a couple of weeks, before another shutdown looms. Between now and then, the drama kings and queens on Capitol Hill will try to unravel the tangled immigration knot, with 700,000 “Dreamers” uncertain whether they will be deported. Meanwhile, the country is going down the tubes. Quoting Sandburg again, “In these times you have to be an optimist to open your eyes when you awake in the morning.” In these times, an optimist is someone who’s detached from reality. (c) 2018 Bob Franken Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

(c) 2018 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Answers: 1. Mike Schmidt (548 homers), Ryan Howard (382), Del Ennis (259) and Pat Burrell (251). 2. Twice -- 1958 (42 home runs, 97 RBIs) and 1960 (40 home runs, 94 RBIs). 3. Michael Irvin had 840 receiving yards on 46 catches in 1985. 4. Allen Iverson, in 1996. 5. It was 12 years (2005). 6. Michael Schumacher. 7. Eleven, with eight wins.


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Seniors becoming more tech-savvy Technology is the future, and digital communication has opened many doors for people around the world. Although younger generations have grown up with technology at their fingers, Baby Boomers and older adults did not. But in spite of that, studies show that growing numbers of seniors are open to the idea of technology and even seeking ways to further their use and knowledge. According to a 2014 study by Pew Research Center, 59 percent of seniors regularly use the internet — a 6 percent increase from the previous study conducted in 2012. Today, 67 percent of adults age 65 and older say they go online. Pew also says that, although seniors consistently have lower rates of technology adoption than the general public, four in 10 seniors now own smartphones, which is more than double the amount that did in 2013. Seniors in Australia are especially tech savvy, as Deloitte’s mobile consumer survey found 78 percent of Australian seniors aged 65 to 75 own a smartphone, up from 69 percent in 2016. While stereotypes have long painted seniors as technologically inept, seniors are actually more socially and digitally engaged than ever before. Seniors use technology in many different ways. Some use mobile apps to manage medications and doctor’s appointments and monitor their fitness regimens. Some families employ 24/7 alert systems or smarthome technology to keep seniors comfortable and safe at home for as long as possible. Noninvasive, “smart” technology can analyze factors such as whether or not doors are left open, if there has been movement in a home, or whether appliances/lights are on or off. This represents a great way for families to stay informed and provide assistance even if they are not nearby. SilverSurfers, a senior-based information website, says other tech that seniors are embracing includes online dating; audio and digital books; online shopping, which is especially valuable to seniors who have mobility issues; and social media, which can keep seniors connected to others and feeling less lonely. A study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Francisco found 18 percent of American seniors live alone, and 43 percent report feeling lonely on a regular basis. Loneliness can increase death risk. Social media and internet connectivity can be an important tool in helping seniors feel like active members of society. Technology is no longer just for teenagers or active workers. Seniors are increasingly embracing technology and becoming a fast-growing demographic for tech usage.


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Catholic Marianne Cope Roman Catholic Parish Daily and Weekend Mass Schedule Saturday: Sunday:

4:30PM at Good Shepherd 8:00AM at St. Joseph’s 9:45AM at Good Shepherd 11:30AM at Guardian Angels Monday: 8:15AM at Guardian Angels Tuesday: 6:30AM at Good Shepherd 8:15AM at St. Joseph’s Wednesday: 8:15AM at Guardian Angels Thursday: 6:30AM at Good Shepherd 8:15AM at St. Joseph’s Confessions available every Saturday at 3:00pm at Good Shepherd Barbara Swiecki, Pastoral Administrator Fr. Michael Costik, Sacramental Ministers Phone: 585-334-3518 • FAX: 585-334-6015 Visit us on the web at: Email: Good Shepherd, 3318 E. Henrietta Rd., Henrietta, NY 14467 Guardian Angels Church, 2061 E. Henrietta Rd., Rochester, NY 14623 St. Joseph’s Church, 6105 Rush Lima Rd., Rush, NY 14543




By reading the scriptures I am so renewed that all nature seems renewed around me and with me. The sky seems to be a pure, a cooler blue, the trees a deeper green. The whole world is charged with the glory of God and I feel fire and music under my feet. ~Thomas Merton

Lutheran Pinnacle Lutheran Church 250 Pinnacle Road, Rochester (corner of Stone Road) Church 334-1392 • School 334-6500 Rev. Joseph Mazikas, Senior Pastor Worship Services: Sat. 5:30PM; Sunday 10:00AM, Bible Study/Sunday School: Sunday 9:00AM (September-June), Preschool half/full day (ages 3-4); Full Day Kindergarten (Sept.-June), Before & After Care M-F 6:30AM - 6:30PM (Sept.-June), Summer Camp (ages 3-12) 6:30AM - 6:30PM (July-August)

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church 779 Erie Station Rd. (across from W. Hen. Post Office) • 334-4795 Pastor Mark Brown Sun. Worship, 10:00am Sunday School/Bible Study, 9:00am Pre-School every day 3&4 yr. olds • 334-4130

N on-D enominational Ridgeland Community Church 260 Beckwith Road, W. Henrietta 334-6722 Zeb Hough, Pastor Worship Service and Kids Own Worship Sundays at 10:00am

Grace Episcopal Church 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

Presbyterian JOHN CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 50 Ward Hill Road Henrietta, NY 14467 • Phone 585-334-2130 • “The Church on the Hill” • Rev. Marie Hanselman, Pastor SUNDAY, 10 am Worship (Nursery Care provided) 11am Fellowship Hour Bible Study following Fellowship Hour

The First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford 21 Church St., Pittsford • 585-586-5688 • Rev. Dr. Carrie N. Mitchell, Associate Pastor • Office Hours: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm A community of faith preparing God’s people for works of service. Fall, Winter & Spring Schedule (Sept. 10 - June 17) 8:30am Early Worship; 9:45am Adult Bible Study; 10:00am Family Worship - Nursery, Pre-K, & Church School for K-12th Grade Handicap accessible • Hearing Loop available Communion every first Sunday.

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New this week! Penny Saver Pet of the Week Mitzie is a very sweet and gentle six-year-old Sheltie with blue eyes.

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She loves people, including children and the elderly. Mitzie enjoys her walks in the country and in the village.

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

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Handsome Binks is a 1-year-old male domestic longhair who needs a new home. He might also like a window where he can keep track of the birds and squirrels and maybe a toy or two. Seems like a fair trade for all that handsomeness and feline companionship. Come meet him and all his cat buddies at Lollypop Farm!

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ADULT PROGRAMS 02/04 Lecture: Slave Experience and the Underground Railroad Join Underground Railroad enthusiast Jerry Bennett as he shares his maps, songs, books, handouts, stories and visual aids in this presentation celebrating Black History Month and the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Douglass on February 14. Sunday, 2-3pm. 02/12 Film Movement Series: Award-Winning Independent and Foreign Films The Teacher Slovakia, Czech Republic / 2016 103 minutes / NR. Slovak with English subtitles. The film is a very dark comedy about an elementary school teacher who uses her students to manipulate their parents for her own gain. Monday, 6:30pm.


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Girl Scouts of WNY Troop 60492 in Brockport made Valentine’s Day cards for Bobby’s Valentines, a non-profit dedicated to honoring veterans in remembrance of CPT Robert A. Bager, US Army, 1st Armored Division.

Stone saying “cheese” with his snowman creation.


Grady perfects his snow angel.

The Perinton Historical Society was one of the local community groups recently honored to receive generous financial support from the Fairport Perinton Merchants’ Association. Sports • Celebrations • Vacations • Events

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Victor Central Schools Support Staff Vacancies Per Diem and Substitute Assignments Building Maintenance (Experience in general repair -Carpentry, HVAC or Plumbing)

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Bob Hastings Collision seeking a qualified

Office Administrator • Automotive dealership experience preferred but not a requirement • Experience in accounting. Knowledge of accounts payables and receivables. • Busy auto body repair environment. Candidates must be able to multitask and work independently. Accountability and ownership of work a must. • Hours: M-F, 8-5. • Valid driver’s license and transportation required. • Health, dental and participation in a 401k plan available.

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Rush-H enrietta School’snew ly expanded before-and-after-schoolcare program hasthe follow ing vacancy:

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Penfield Plumbing, one of Rochester’s oldest and most respected plumbing companies, needs more great employees for our Service Department. Our employees are respected and valued. Training is provided to those with outstanding customer service skills and mechanical ability. On-call and after hours availability is a requirement. Benefits include Health Insurance, 401K, Paid Holidays, PTO, uniforms. Hourly wages range from $15-$25 per hour depending on experience. Make the change – work for the right company. Email contact only at:

MACHINE OPERATOR POSITION Would you like to have 7 consecutive days off every month; and Average 2 hours of overtime per week; and Enjoy excellent medical and dental benefits? If you answered YES, apply TODAY! Terphane, a leading manufacturer of specialty polyester films, has an immediate opening for a Machine Operator to perform film extrusion and slitter operations. Prior film production experience is desired but not necessary. High School Diploma or equivalent and six months of continuous related production experience. Position involves walking and standing for the majority of a 12-hour shift. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. All candidates must be available to work a twelve-hour swing shift schedule. The schedule swings from days to nights, and will include two weekends each month. The hours are as follows: 6:00 AM- 6:00 PM (days), and 6:00 PM-6:00 AM (nights). The starting pay rate for an entry-level Machine Operator is $12.34 per hour. The shift differential for working nights is an additional $0.75 per hour. Outstanding benefits, including medical, dental, life insurance, matching 401(k), tuition reimbursement, attendance bonus reward program and more! EOE Apply between 8 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Friday:

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Rochester, NY 14618

585-586-2584 IMPROVE ALERTNESS DURING THE WORKDAY Avoid high-fat foods at lunchtime. Foods that are high in fat should always be avoided thanks to their connection to a host of health problems. Such foods also negatively affect energy levels when consumed in the middle of the day. The University of Rochester Medical Center notes that the body digests and absorbs high-fat foods very slowly. That means workers who eat highfat foods for lunch won’t get the afternoon energy boost that lowfat, healthy lunches will provide.

Electronic Technician Entails calibration (and repair if necessary) of sound and vibration measurement instrumentation for the sound industry. This is periodically done to maintain national standards. Travel necessary.

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POOLER ENTERPRISES, INC. 783 County Rd #42 Fishers, NY 14453 Phone: 585-924-5200 Fax: 585-924-5205 *We are a drug free company. Pre-Screening is a company requirement. This organization is committed to ensuring that employees are selected based on their skill, experience and qualification and are compensated with respect to these factors. This company is an equal opportunity employer and we do not engage in practices that discriminate against any person employed or seeking employment based on race, color, gender, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, veterans’ status, or any other protected status. As a company we pride ourselves on the quality of our personnel - you represent us. Join a team that is setting the standard in the industry for technology, workmanship and capability. It’s not just a job, it’s a career. We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefits package, paid vacation and a 401K investment plan.


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PITTSFORD VILLAGE: Nonsmoking, employed, professional, looking for non-smoking professional to share furnished house. Bedroom is unfurnished but can be furnished upon request. Please e-mail office@ for more info.

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RUSH: Large second story apartment, 2 bedroom, porch, off-street parking. New carpeting. Absolutely no smoking, no pets. Includes W/D. $800 /mo. 585-582-1548. Mendon: Two bedroom apartment in the hamlet of Mendon. $850+ Newly remodeled please call 585-738-7654

FOR SALE LAND INVESTMENT 20 acres $39,900 60% below market! Huge pond site, stream, woods, town rd., beautiful bldg. sites! 888-701-1864

OLD HARLEY PARTS: Duoglide, Rigid, Early Shovel. Also, side car package for Rigid. Vern, 585-698-6628.

JUST REPO’D 10 acres - $19,900 Fields, woods, stream! Country setting in upstate NY. Call 888-650-8166.

HYDRAULIC LIFT ASSEMBLY for medium size dump truck, $100. A lot of trim pieces and accessories for mid 70’s F-100. Also, parts for ’55 & ’56 Ford car. Vern, 585-698-6628.



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M&M´s E-Z CLEANERS Residential Junk Removal Cleanout... Estates, Hoarders, Move Outs Attics, Basements, Garages, Barns Demo... Garages, Pools, Sheds, Barns Mike, 585-975-9019, 585-482-8366.

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