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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.

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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.

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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.

Penny Saver Pet of the Week Mitzie is a very sweet and gentle six-year-old Sheltie with blue eyes. She loves people, including children and the elderly. Mitzie enjoys her walks in the country and in the village.

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DID YOU KNOW? Halitosis, or bad breath as it’s commonly known, can result from any number of factors. While food can be a culprit, some additional factors may be contributing to mouth odor as well. Poor dental hygiene is a particular concern. According to Colgate and the American Dental Association, failure to brush and floss teeth regularly leads to the accumulation of food particles in the mouth. This food can collect bacteria and begin to break down, causing a bad aroma. Dry mouth is another condition that causes bad breath. Without adequate saliva production, particles of food that may cause odor are not swept away regularly. Bad breath also may be an indication of a medical condition elsewhere in the body. Upper respiratory infections and gastrointestinal disturbances may contribute to halitosis.


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EARLY STAGE ORIENTATION SERIES Learn more about your dementia diagnosis and find answers you and your loved ones need. This program is designed for you and a loved one to attend together. Meet others affected by dementia and connect to resources available through the Alzheimer’s Association and community partners. Each week, the group explores a new topic including:

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TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH By Keith Roach, M.D.

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 ToYourGoodHealth@med.cornell.edu. To view and order health pamphlets, visit www.rbmamall.com, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Become a Thompson Health

Chaplain’s Volunteer Thompson’s Manager of Spiritual Care, M. Elizabeth Heffernan, is looking for volunteers to ensure that as many patients and residents as possible receive spiritual care at Thompson. If you are interested in finding out more about this very important and vital ministry, please attend this informational meeting.

Wednesday, February 21, 1:30 pm Hospital Chapel at F.F. Thompson Hospital 350 Parrish Street, Canandaigua

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BRAIN-HEALTHY HABITS TO EMBRACE Cognitive decline is a condition that is often associated with aging, but even middle-aged people can experience memory loss or cognition issues. The Alzheimer’s Association says that more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. By 2050, that number could rise to as high as 16 million people. More than 747,000 Canadians are living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia, says the Canadian Alzheimer’s Association. Although there is no definitive way to prevent dementia, living a long, vibrant life may be possible by encouraging some healthy habits for the brain. It is never too late or too early to begin health and lifestyle changes. Exercise: Becoming more active can improve brain volume, reduce risk for dementia and improve thinking and memory skills. The journal Neurology found that older people who vigorously exercise performed better on cognitive tests than others of the same age, placing them at the equivalent of 10 years younger. Increased blood flow that occurs with physical activity may help generate new neurons in the hippocampus, an area of the brain involved with learning and memory. The Harvard Medical School says aerobic exercise may help improve brain tissue by improving blood flow and reducing the chances of injury to the brain from cholesterol buildup in blood vessels. Quit smoking: The Alzheimer’s Association indicates that evidence shows smoking increases the risk of cognitive decline. Smoking can impair blood flow to the brain and cause small strokes that may damage blood vessels. Eat healthy foods: Foods that are good for the heart and blood vessels also are good for the brain. These include fresh fruits and vegetables,

whole grains, fish-based proteins, unsaturated fats, and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids. Neurologists state that, while research on diet and cognitive function is limited, diets, such as Mediterranean and Mediterranean-DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension), may contribute to a lower risk of cognitive issues. Consume caffeine: Caffeine may help boost memory performance and brain health. A Journal of Nutrition study found people ages 70 and older who consumed more caffeine scored better on tests of mental function than those who consumed less caffeine. Caffeine may help improve attention span, cognitive function and feelings of well-being. Information from Psychology Today also indicates caffeine may help in the storage of dopamine, which can reduce feelings of depression and anxiety. In addition, compounds in cocoa and coffee beans may improve vascular health and help repair cellular damage due to high antioxidant levels. Work the brain: Engaging in mentally stimulating activities can create new brain connections and more backup circuits, states Dr. Joel Salinas, a neurologist at Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital. Working the brain through puzzles, reading and participating in social situations can stimulate the release of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a molecule essential for repairing brain cells and creating connections between them. A good way to combine these lifestyle factors is to take an exercise class with friends, mixing the social, stimulation and exercise recommendations together. Cognitive decline can come with aging, but through healthy habits, people can reduce their risk of memory loss and dementia.


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And ANTIQUES

This GREAT SALE includes items from 2 ESTATES in Rochester

357 LAKE ST. • PAVILION, NY 14525 585-584-3033

Flatware, Ethan Allen Items, Lighting, Tables and Beds

Having decided to retire from farming, selling for Tim Yorks of Livonia, NY

February 17th-18th • 10AM - 4PM at the new Wadsworth Event Center 1211 West River Rd. • Caledonia, NY

**55 HOLSTEINS** MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2018 AT 2PM Herd Consists of: 25 - Milking Cows; 4 - Springing Heifers; 5 - Short Bred Heifers; 6 - Open, ready to breed; 15 - Weaned Calves to Yearlings Herd average is 55# with 4.0+ BF; 3.2 Protein; 200,000-250,000 SCC Animals will be vaccinated and vet checked. FOR MORE INFORMATION: TIM PAJDA, OPERATIONS MANAGER – 585-447-7715 SUE RUDGERS, MANAGER – 585-447-3842 Savvy shoppers often begin their quests for vintage signs at estate and garage sales. Many times people stash away old belongings in attics and basements, unaware that vintage items are highly valuable to others. Shoppers can find great deals on vintage signs at estate and garage sales. Bargains also can be found at store closings and liquidations. You may even be able to purchase the actual sign from the shuttered store.

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ALONG WITH OUR REGULAR SALE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2018 • 6PM

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Herd Dispersal of 37 Head consisting of: 31 - BL-BWF and 6 - Red WF, bred to a Purebred Angus Bull, majority are 1st - 4th time calving, due to start freshening middle of April; 6 - BL-BWF Bred Cows, bred to a Registered Angus Bull, due to start freshening middle of April. Animals will be vet checked as needed. CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME! TO CONSIGN, CALL JONATHAN LUBIC, MANAGER, AT 585-250-2032


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SHOPPING AND ERRAND SERVICES Need groceries but don’t have the time? Have a package to send but just can’t get out of the house to send it?

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Oh, my friend, it’s not what they take away from you that counts. It’s what you do with what you have left. ~Hubert Humphrey

Magic Maze

The shortest war on record was fought between Zanzibar and England in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered after 38 minutes.

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■ Tuesdays, Feb. 27 - May 1 6:30 - 9 pm Ferris Hills at West Lake 1 Ferris Hills, Canandaigua OR ■ Thursdays, March 1 - May 3 1 - 3:30 pm Wood Library - Ewing Room 134 North Main St., Canandaigua Classes will not be held on April 10 and 12

$50 for 8 sessions. To register and for directions, call (585) 396-6111 Deadline to register 2/21.


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BRISTOL Hike Finger Lakes Trail, Bristol Branch - Hike & Explore a portion of the Bristol Hills Branch of the Finger Lakes Trail Sunday, February 11 from 2-4PM. Join Springwater Trails for the outing, followed by a social get-together at an area eatery. For additional info/directions/ updates check out the website: springwatertrails.org.

CANANDAIGUA The Low Maintenance Garden spring is just around the corner, so join us as Sonnenberg Garden Club hosts a presentation by Cindi Cali, Master Gardener, Master Community Forrester, and Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional. Ms. Cali will discuss best performing plants and practices to help us create our own lower maintenance gardens. Saturday, February 17, 2018, 10:15am at Wood Library, 134 N. Main St. Canandaigua. Library doors open at 10am. Presentation is free and open to the public. Wood Library announces Books Sandwiched In - Annual book talk series features local reviewers. February 12 - Ferris Hills Resident Services Manager Claire Watson reviews Queen of the Bremen by Marlies Adams DiFante. Books Sandwiched In is free and open to the public. Reviews are held in the Mary P. Hamlin Community Meeting Room, at Wood Library, 134 N Main St, Canandaigua, and start promptly at noon. They last about an hour and patrons are invited to bring a bag lunch. Cookies and beverages are offered by the Centerfield Homemakers. For more information, go to www. woodlibrary.org or call 585-394-1381. All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast - Sunday, February 18, 8am-11am, Cheshire Fire Hall #1, 4285 Rt. 21 South, Canandaigua. Adults $7, Children ages 5-12 yrs. $3, Children under 5 yrs. - Free.

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Ontario County Historical Society presents: MOTOMETER EXHIBITION & SEMINAR SERIES. The first of First of 4 seminars kicks off Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 6:30 @ the Museum, 55 North Main St. Motometers- What Are They and Why Were They Needed. 30 minute lecture and a 10 minute discussion. Free & Open to the public. Info.: www.ochs.org or 585-394-4975. Come Sing With Us! Finger Lakes Chorale invites all ages who can carry a tune. No auditions! Tuesday evening rehearsals (7-9pm) for spring program at FLCC, 3325 Marvin Sands Dr., Canandaigua. Last night to register: February 13. Concerts: 5/5 & 5/6. Registration only $5. Contact Cathy Finley at: cfinley1@rochester.rr.com (preferred) or (585) 396-2609 (after 12pm). The Ontario County SWCD 2018 Tree and Shrub Program order forms are now available, offering high quality, cost effective, native bare root seedlings to landowners in Ontario County and beyond. The order deadline with payment is March 9th, 2018. Order forms are available at www.ontswcd.com or call Tad Gerace at 585-396-1450.

GENEVA A Taste of Jazz is the annual signature event of The Foundation for Geneva Public Library and cosponsored by Wegmans. Sunday, February 11, 2-4:30pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St. The event is an opportunity for attendees to enjoy live music, wine, desserts, and raffle prizes on a quiet Sunday afternoon in the historic original wing of the Geneva Public Library. Tickets are $20 ahead of time or $25 at the door and are available now at the Library’s Main Desk and at any Wegmans service desk. http://bit.ly/ gpltasteofjazz.

Just remember, once you’re over the hill you begin to pick up speed. ~Charles Schulz

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: gvpennysaver.com. 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 gvpennysaver.com

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Science Saturday: Fireworks February 17, 12-1pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St. Explore the science and traditions behind fireworks! This is a continuation of our Lunar New Year Family Fun which began on February 15th. Family event for all ages. Registration required. http://bit.ly/gpllunar217 NeXt Read: Grades 6-12. Teens, are you looking for a good book to read? Join NeXt Read group, a relaxed monthly, informal book talk among peers to share information about the book or books you are currently reading with others, to talk about why you like or dislike it, and if would you recommend it to others or not. Food will be available and we will have a drawing each meeting for a chance to win a prize. The next meeting will take place Tuesday, February 20th, 3:30PM, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. No registration required. http://bit.ly/nextread220. Toddler Drive-In: Get out of the house and get artistic with your toddler! We’ll decorate box cars and then watch a short movie afterwards. Bring your car home to continue the fun! Open to ages 2-4 (siblings welcome to attend). February 23, 11-12pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. Registration required, as cars are limited. http://bit.ly/drivein223 Library Bingo - Join us in the Community Room for an hour of library Bingo complete with prizes! For all ages! February 23, 3:304:30pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. http://bit.ly/ gplbingo223.

HONEOYE American Legion Post 1278: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, American Legion Post 1278, 4931 Co. Rd. 36, Honeoye. The Great Chili Cook Off - Sponsored by ALA Unit 1278. Entry Fee $10. All chili entries need to be in the Legion kitchen by 4:30pm. Judging starts at 5pm. There are 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes. AND - Frozen Fingers Horse Shoe Tournament - Entry Fee $10. Registration at Noon, Start time of 1pm. There will be prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams. COME JOIN US FOR BOTH! 50% Proceeds given to Sands Cancer Center. All U Can Eat Breakfast - SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18 at American Legion Post 1278, 4931 Co. Rd. 36, Honeoye from 8-11:30am. Cooked to order eggs, pancakes, French toast, sausage, hash browns, monthly special, beverage. All proceeds benefit our Veterans. Community Welcome.

There are exactly as many special occasions in life as we choose to celebrate. ~Robert Brault, www.robertbrault.com

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HONEOYE FALLS Snowshoe Hike in Mendon Ponds Park - EVER ENJOY A HIKE in the beautiful woods of Mendon Ponds Park wearing snowshoes? Led by an experienced volunteer from Wild Wings, you will take an easy walk on the trail, possibly seeing birds and deer along the way. Donuts and cocoa will be served after the walk. Cost: $10. SPOTS MUST BE RESERVED on our website in advanced!! Only 20 adult and 20 youth snowshoes are available. (By reserving these spots, you assume all possible risks of the activity). www.wildwingsinc.org

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.

MIDDLESEX The Potter Volunteer Fire Department will be having a Breakfast at the Potter Fire House, 1255 Phelps Road, held on February 18, (8am-12Noon). Pancakes, sausages, farm fresh eggs, home fries, breakfast sandwiches, coffee, juice and more! Cost: $2-$7. All are Welcome! We hope to see YOU there!

NAPLES L.L. Bean Winter Stargazing Clinic - Learn about some helpful hints and tricks for braving the freezing winter nights to catch some great sky watching. FREE. Family Friendly. February 22, 6pm7pm, Naples Library, 118 South Main St., Naples. http:// napleslibrary.org.

W. BLOOMFIELD Breakfast Buffet - Sunday, February 11th, 7:30-11AM, Francis M Dalton American Legion Post 282, 2475 State Route 65, West Bloomfield. $7 Adults; $3 Ages 6-10; 5 and under Free. Sausage gravy & biscuits, scrambled eggs, home fries, French toast, bacon, sausage, pastries, juice and coffee. Takeouts available. Everyone welcome.


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TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez

1. MOVIES: What was the title of the first James Bond movie? 2. MUSIC: How old was Sid Vicious of the “Sex Pistols” when he died? 3. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What is the birthstone for the month of February? 4. U.S. PRESIDENTS: What were the names of President Barack Obama’s family dogs? 5. TELEVISION: Who played the lead in the TV series “The Rockford Files”? 6. TRANSPORTATION: What is the large airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic? 7. MEASUREMENTS: How many acres are in a hectare? 8. GEOGRAPHY: What is the capital of Iceland? 9. LANGUAGE: What does the word “cognoscente” mean? 10. HISTORY: “The Summer of Love” in 1967 is associated with which U.S. city?

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(c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc. Answers 1. “Dr. No,” starring Sean Connery 2. 21 3. Amethyst 4. Bo and Sunny 5. James Garner 6. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 7. 100 8. Reykjavik 9. A connoisseur 10. San Francisco


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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

Lutheran

Sts. Mary & Matthew Faith Community

St. John’s Lutheran Church

www.stsmaryandmatthew.com - Rev. Hoan Dinh St. Mary’s, Honeoye Mon.: 9am Prayer Service; Sun.: 8:30am Mass St. Matthew, Livonia Tues.: 9am Prayer Service; Thurs.: 9am Mass; Sat.: 3:30pm Reconciliation, 4:30pm Mass; Sun.: 10:30am Mass

153 Church Ave., Farmington • 315-986-3045 • www.pumpkinhook.org Pastor Robert Weidmayer Worship Times: Sundays at 8:30am and 11:00am Sunday School & Bible Studies: Sundays at 9:45am Bible Studies: Wednesdays at 11:00am

St. Mark Lutheran Church (Mendon)

Christian Science Christian Science Church 3350 Middle Cheshire Rd., Canandaigua, NY 14424 Sunday Service & Sunday School: 10:30AM 1st-5th Wed. meetings Noon at Church Reading rm. @ Church Tues. 11AM - 2:30PM & before & after services christiansciencechurch@frontier.com • christiansciencenys.com Sandi Eckler 657-6349 for more information

18 Victor-Mendon Road (east of Rte. 64) • 624-1766 Pastor Brian K. Smith www.stmarkmendon.org • Saturday Night Service: 5:00pm Sunday Worship: 9:00am; Christian Education: 10:30am Handicap accessible & assistive listening

M ethodist Canadice United Methodist Church

Community Church Victor Community Church Now located at 7500 Route 251 in Victor Mailing: P.O. Box 49, Victor • 444-6000 www. VictorCommunityChurch.com Sunday Services 10:00am Casual atmosphere, contemporary worship band Children’s/youth programs; small groups

5949 Canadice Hill Road & Route 37, Canadice Corners • 367-2724 Pastor Ron Palmer 9am Worship Service Children’s Sunday School Wheelchair accessible

Allens Hill United Methodist Church 3894 Allens Hill Rd. (County Rd. 40) Bloomfield • 229-4966 Pastor Ron Palmer Sunday Worship 11:00am Sunday School for all ages during service. Come worship with us.

Episcopal St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 44 Main St., Bloomfield • 657-6715 Rev. Denise Yarbrough, Priest Rev. Richard Krapf, Deacon Eucharist & Sunday School 10am FREE Family Movie - 3rd Sunday, 3-5pm

N on-D enominational

Finger Lakes Bible Church Barry Slater, Pastor “Building Lives on God’s Word” Holiday Inn Express, 330 Eastern Blvd., Canandaigua (Across from Wegmans)

Worship: Sun. 9:45am • Bible Study: Wed. 6:45pm 585-622-7161 • flbcnys@gmail.com • FingerLakesBibleChurch.org

Lutheran

Door to Hope Church

Lutheran Church of the Epiphany LCMS

3844 County Rd. 46, Canandaigua • 394-3390 www.doortohopechurch.org • doortohopechurch@gmail.com Pastor Barry & Anita Smith Sunday Family Worship Service 10:45am; Wednesday Weekly Prayer Meeting 6:00pm “Everyone Is Welcome”

6050 East Avon-Lima Rd. (Rt. 5 & 20), E. Avon • 226-2200 www.epiphanyavon.org Email: epiphanyavon@aol.com Sun. Worship 10:30am Bible Study 8:30am

Faith Bible Church 9041 West 20A, Honeoye • 367-3230 Pastor John Karle Sunday School 10am • Service 11am Sunday Evening Bible Study & Prayer 6pm


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CROSSWORD Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church of Victor 70 East Main Street, Victor • 924-2289 www.victorpres.org • Pastor Colin E. Pritchard Collaborative Worship Service & Sunday School 10:00am Sundays FREE Community Dinners, 2nd Saturday of each month, 5-7pm Website has mission/education opportunities open to all.

Mendon Church 936 Cheese Factory Rd., Mendon (at Rt. 64) • 624-1457 www.MendonChurch.org 10am Worship/Christian Education Handicapped accessible • Men’s Group Sat. 8am Growing the Family of Faith

Unitarian Universalist

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Nurturing mindfulness, opening to life’s gifts and engaging the world through acts of love 3024 Cooley Rd. right off 5 and 20 canandaiguauu.org • 396-1370 Sunday services and Religious Education, 10am

United Church of Christ

United Church of Bristol, U.C.C. County Rd. 2 (Oakmount & Co. Rd. 2) • Bloomfield, NY 14469 www.unitedchurchofbristolucc.org Rev. Tim Hamlin Services: Sunday at 10am • Fellowship after services. Sunday school during the church service from Sept. - May.

Vendors Needed For

Mad, Mad March Sale March 10th • 9am-2pm If you make crafts for sale or sell things like Avon, Pampered Chef or Mary Kay and would like to rent a table, please e-mail fumcdebhug@gmail.com or call the church at 585-394-5335. The cost is $40 for an 8’ table or $30 for a 6’ table. The deadline for reserving a table is February 24th.

First United Methodist Church of Canandaigua 100 N. Main St., Canandaigua

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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.

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ACKNOWLEDGING YOUR FEELINGS There is no doubt that the death of a loved one will prompt those left behind to experience a variety of feelings ranging from disbelief to yearning and resentment. These emotions are a natural response to loss, which helps us cope and make sense of death. At the same time, we may feel so threatened and vulnerable that we try to bottle up our feelings in an effort to go forward. As we experience this conflict between deep sorrow and self-preservation, it is important that our emotions be given full expression. Crying is not only an appropriate expression of grief, but it is soothing and necessary for relieving stress. Allowing oneself to feel vulnerable is an act of strength. Grief is a normal and natural response to loss. Grieving loss is important because it allows us to ‘free-up’ energy that is bound to the lost person, object, or experience - so that we might re-invest that energy elsewhere. To learn more about the funeral and memorial services we offer, please call KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL at (585) 346-5401. Please tour our facilities at Livonia and Honeoye, NY.

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Harold A. Hayward January 31, 2018 Honeoye: Harold Aubrey Hayward, age 80, lovingly known as “Papa” or “Pappy”, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 31, with family members by his side. He spent most of his life in the Honeoye Community and lived the last years of his life on Honeoye Lake with his beloved wife of 34 years, Patricia Stenner Hayward, who spent every day with him and cared for him dearly until he passed. Harold is also survived by his first wife, dear friend, and “coach”, Margaret Green White, and his children: Janet Hayward, Gloria (William) Corrigan, Michael Hayward, Margot (Peter) Badger, Todd (Debi) Hayward, Tobi (Rik) Pfenninger, and Wendy Christ; grandchildren Gregory (Cydney), Kevin, Megan (Kelsey), Ethan, Matthew, Paige, Kaleb, and Lauren; and great-grandchildren Grayson and Morgan. Harold was born on March 27, 1937 to Aubrey and Leta (Bentley) Hayward in Canandaigua, NY and was raised in Canadice, NY. He was a lifelong member of the Honeoye United Church of Christ and a 62-year member of the Richmond Fire Department. Harold was also a member of Masonic Lodge #619, Lakeville FD Exempts Club, Honeoye Fish & Game Club, and was past president of NCVFA. Harold attended Honeoye Central School and served as Director of Transportation at Honeoye Schools for 34 years. He was the Ontario County Deputy Fire Coordinator for 25 years and was a lifelong farmer, working at many area farms including Old Fort Farm and Randi B. Farm. Harold loved nothing more than spending time with his family, including all his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was surrounded by many friends who he considered to be part of the family. In the summer he enjoyed taking his family and friends on regular boat rides on the lake.

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Friends called on Thursday, Feb. 8 from 2-4 and 7-9 pm at the Kevin W. Dougherty Funeral Home, 8624 Main St., Rte. 20A, Honeoye. Harold’s funeral service was held on Friday, Feb. 9 at 11 am at the Honeoye United Church of Christ, 8758 Main St., Rte. 20A, Honeoye. A private burial will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers please direct donations to the Richmond Fire Department Ambulance Fund, P.O. Box 469. To send a condolence or share a memory please visit: www.doughertyfuneralhomes.com

General eulogy preparation tips: * Eulogies are for the living, and for everyone at a remembrance service. * Be brief. People listen for three to five minutes. After five minutes, people stop listening. * Do a bit of research. Talk to others. What are some childhood memories? Was there a favorite lesson learned? Was there a favorite quote or an inspiring song? What was the deceased like at work? What were some favorite accomplishments? * Write out the eulogy. Even if you are an experienced speaker, during the emotional time of a rememberance service it is especially easy to wander. * Write and speak from the heart. Be yourself. * Practice the eulogy. Time it. Rehearse in front of an audience (one or two people). Listen to their feedback. Edit. Practice again. * Have a back-up plan. In case you are unable to begin or finish, have someone else prepared to deliver the eulogy for you.


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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.

The Batavia Valu Home Centers team would like to thank everyone who donated warm clothing and toys to the Salvation Army this Christmas season. Your generosity helped make this a truly Merry Christmas for many. Thank you, Barbara A Nicolas, Store Manager, Batavia Valu Home Centers

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

different countries flying in front of it. Please take a minute to look at the 2 United States Flags, they are torn and shabby. I hope next time I drive by, I will see new ones in their place. Thank you! People wear too much perfume and aftershave when they are out in

public causing major breathing problems for those with allergies or other health problems. You may not be able to smell it but others do and then have to leave the room when they have trouble breathing. It is even worse for those stuck on a bus trip or in a meeting, restaurant, or a vehicle.


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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:

Terphane, Inc. 2754 West Park Drive Bloomfield, NY 14469 Email: Terphanejobs@yahoo.com Terphane is very pleased to announce that it has been named one of the Best Companies to Work for in New York State for 2018, ranking among 27 other small companies (15-99 employees).


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CNA Class This fully paid opportunity is the one you’ve been waiting for! The MM Ewing Continuing Care Center at Thompson Health will be offering a Certified Nursing Assistant class starting April 16th in partnership with FLCC. Thompson Health will pay for your CNA Class at FLCC AND pay you an hourly rate for attending class. All participants in the class will be expected to work for the MM Ewing Continuing Care Center in a full or part-time status for a period of one year following certification. Visit www.thompsonhealth.com and browse our “Careers” section for a full listing of our job descriptions, benefits and employment information, and to apply online. After you apply you will be invited to attend one of our CNA Class Information Sessions that will be held in late February/early March. Thompson Health is an EOE encouraging women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply.

H O R O SC O P E S ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Stop being the wool-gathering Lamb, and start turning that dream project into reality. You have the ideas, the drive and the charisma to persuade others to follow your lead. So do it. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) You’ve scored some big successes. But remember that all hardworking Ferdinands and Ferdinandas need some time to restore their energies and refresh their spirits. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You’re gaining a stronger mental image of what you’re trying to achieve. Now look for the facts that will help get this to develop from a concept into a solid proposal. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Some of you eager-to-please Moon Children might want to delay some decisions until midweek, when you can again think more with your head than your heart. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) A new business venture seems to offer everything you’ve been looking for. But be careful that that rosy picture doesn’t betray traces of red ink under the surface. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) A volatile situation needs the kind of thoughtful and considerate care you can provide right now. There’ll be plenty of time later to analyze what might have gone wrong. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Your loyalty to a friend in a tough situation earns you respect from people you care about. Those who criticize you don’t understand what friendship is all about. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Your strong work ethic is rewarded with the kind of challenging opportunity you love to tackle. Now, go ahead and celebrate with family and/or close friends. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A legal matter you thought had been finally resolved could require a second look. But don’t make any moves without consulting your lawyer. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Taking charge is what you like to do, and since you do it so well, expect to be asked to lead a special group. This could open an exciting new vista for you. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) An important matter might wind up being entrusted to you for handling. The responsibility is heavy, but you’ll have support from people able and eager to help. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A spouse or partner might make an important, even life-changing, suggestion. Consider it carefully. It could hold some of the answers you’ve both been looking for. BORN THIS WEEK: You always try to do the right thing, and for the right reasons. No wonder people have come to depend on you. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.


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DRAIN LINE TECHNICIANS/ PLUMBERS Needed Immediately 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: wbeyers@penfieldplumbing.com

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Want to make a difference in the lives of others? DePaul Horizons is looking for a proven leader to run the Resident Care Department at our 76 bed senior living community in Canandaigua, NY. This full time position is an integral part of the senior managment team. Competitive salary and benefits. Candidates with supervisory experience in a long term care community are encouraged to apply. Apply in person (preferred) at 3132 State Route 21 South, Canandaigua, NY 14424 or visit www.depaul.org/employment/.


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• Competitive compensation and benefits. • Flexible hours, full or part-time. We’d WELCOME the opportunity to MEET YOU : )

Please mail or email your resume to: 3200 West St., Canandaigua, NY 14424 doctor@lakeshore-dentistry.com PH (585) 394-5800

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Mr. Glass Fax Resume to 271-1279 or Email: alex@mrglassfix.com

Pest Control Specialist Canandaigua NY Why work at Ehrlich? Ehrlich, a brand of Rentokil, is the largest pest control company in the world, and we are the third largest pest control company in North America. While we are big, we pride ourselves on our family atmosphere where we take mentoring and promoting from within seriously. • Stable industry with career advancement opportunities • Earn incentives for excellent customer retention and up-selling to current customers • Great benefits - Medical, Dental, and Vision, Employer-matched 401(k) • Paid vacation, holidays, and PTO days • Average first year earnings of at least $40,000 • Company vehicle

What do you need? • High School Diploma or GED, College preferred • 3+ years of customer service experience • Clean driving record* We are looking for individuals who want to make a difference where our customers live and work. Is that you?

E-mail resume to: michael.klein@jcehrlich.com We are Proudly an Equal Opportunity Employer! EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Link to Federal employment poster: http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdf Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination Provision https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/pdf/pay-transp_formattedESQA508c.pdf


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Microtel Inn by Wyndham and Holiday Inn Express in Victor and Geneva, NY are now hiring for a

• Guest Services Manager Stop by and fill out an application or drop off a resume for potential immediate interview. www.indushotelcareers.com www.indushotelcareers.com www.indushotelcareers.com Microtel Inn by Wyndham Holiday Inn Express Holiday Inn Express 7498 Main Street Fishers Road - Victor, NY 14564 530 Hamilton Street - Geneva, NY 7502 Main St., Fishers - Victor, NY 14564

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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.

Call for interview.

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IRONWOOD HEAVY HIGHWAY LLC

CDL Driver Positions Class B License w/air & tanker.

Warehouse Help Forklift experience preferred. Lift 50 lbs. Seasonal Positions Please send resume to:

Crop Production Services 2305 Lakeville Rd., Avon, NY 14414 E-mail:

randy.dawley@cpsagu.com

Diesel Mechanic AND

Drivers With Class A License 401(k) and Health Insurance Provided. Email or fax resume to:

duncanmilkhauling@ frontier.com fax 624-9517 Phone 624-9106

ROCHESTER, NY

HIRING • GAS UTILITY CONSTRUCTION OPERATORS • GAS UTILITY CONSTRUCTION LABORERS • UTILITY/CONCRETE FOREMAN • EXCAVATOR OPERATORS • DOZER OPERATORS • CONCRETE LABORERS E-mail hr@ironwoodhh.com Mail: 755 Jefferson Road Suite 200 Rochester, NY 14623 Fax: 585-783-1209 Phone: 585-235-1125 x168

585-672-2100

Litchfield Hotel Group owns and operates hotels across New York State & Eastern Pennsylvania.

We have the following positions available:

Housekeepers Apply in person:

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GARAGE SALES FURNITURE: Dining Table (2 leafs); Chairs (6); Wooden Side Table; Microwave Cart (large/ wood); Printer; Computer Desk; Large Mirror; Treadmill; Workshop Cabinets; Vintage desk & chair - All in Good condition & Reasonably priced; or BEST OFFER. Will negotiate, bundle, etc. Coming in from out of town, so please CALL 1-917-535-7495 for APPOINTMENT. LeRoy area. WINTER SALE AT GREAT EXPECTATIONS CONSIGNMENT. QUALITY USED FURNITURE and home goods. Tues. thru Fri. (Noon-5pm) Sat. (11am-4pm) 160 School St., Victor (back of building). 585-314-7652. www.greatexpectationsshop.com

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ITEMS FOR SALE USED BUCK STOVE: (Model 51) Non catalytic wood stove fireplace insert only. Large glass door with gold plated trim. EPA tested, BTU/HR rating 40,900. Stove dimensions 22”hx27.5”wx20.75”d, flue 6”, wt 410 lbs. Heat capacity 1500-2600 sqft. Owner’s manual provided. $400. 585-721-6874 WOOD TOBOGGAN, $40. Call 585-394-9093.

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1. 10,000 miles per year, $.25/mile overage charge. Plus tax, title, DMV fees, Acq. Fee, 1st payment and $2 ,500 cash or trade equity due at signing. Must have a Buick, GMC, Chevy or non-GM lease in household. T.O.P. $5031 . For qualified buyers, see dealer for details. Delivery by 2/28/18. 2. Plus tax, title and DMV fees due at delivery. Must have a Buick, GMC or Chevy lease in household. See dealer for details. Deli 2/28/18.

1. Plus tax, title and DMV fees due at delivery. Must have a Buick, GMC or Chevy lease in household. 2.10 ,000 miles per year, $.25/mile overage charge. Plus tax, title, acq. fee, 1st payment and $2 ,500 cash or trade equity due at signing. T.O.P. $7371 . For qualified buyers. Must have a non-GM lease in household. 3.Pius tax, title and DMV fees due at delivery. Must finance a portion with GM Financial. Must have a Buick, GMC or Chevy lease in household. FOR ALL- SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS, TAKE DELIVERY BY 2/28/18.

1.Includes all rebates. Plus tax, title and DMV fees. See dealer for details. Delivery by 2/28/18. 2.Includes all rebates. Plus tax, title and DMV fees. See dealer for details. Delivery by 2/12/18. 3.Pius 1st payment, DMV and title fees due at signing. 10,000 miles per year, $.25/mile overage charge. Approved credit thru GM Financial. Must have a non-GM lease in household for Cruze & Malibu. Includes all rebates. Must have a Chevy, Buick or GMC in household for Trax & Silverado. Must qualify for Auto Show Bonus Cash (Monroe or Counties). Cruze T. O.P. Trax T.O.P. Silv. T.O.P. 080 Malibu T See dealer for details.

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