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Thank you to the entire staff of the Livonia Public Library! Every time I go there, the staff is friendly and helpful. I cannot tell you how much that means to me as a patron. The library has such a warm, inviting atmosphere and it’s because of its terrific staff. I hope the Director realizes what an asset you are and treats you well. Thanks for all you do!!! JMH

To the misogynist attention seeker who thinks that a woman should take on her husband’s last name when they get married. Why is it any of your business what other couples do? It is their own decision, and for whatever reason, the woman decided to keep or hyphenate her last name. We no longer live in the 19th century where women were property and obligated to take on her husband’s name to show that he owns her. Women are free to do what they want to do, and I am sure they discussed it with

A nice couple ahead of me in line at the grocery store paid for my groceries. We should all be so kind and pay it forward. I want to thank the Livonia Ambulance crew for coming to my rescue June 18th at 5:30 in the morning when I dislocated my hip. Both of you were absolutely wonderful. You made my traumatic experience bearable. You both were so kind and caring. Thank you so much!

their partner as to what their married name will be. I suggest you keep your childish and outdated opinions to yourself and stop butting into business that does not affect you in the least bit. We have spoken to our village neighbor about feeding the deer and squirrels. They have finally stopped feeding deer once I explained it was actually illegal, but they continue to spread peanuts all over their deck. It has now caused a huge problem; the deer and squirrels now destroy our perennial gardens that we have worked so hard for and spent so much time and money on. We have asked nicely to refrain from doing so but we are ignored. We had no trouble with wildlife until they moved in. The squirrels now make a mess of our deck and yard. The deer eat all our plants. Our gardens were started long before they moved in. We are trying to add beauty to our home and the village. We are respectful of our neighbors but we do not receive the same respect.

On July 3rd at a local store in Livonia I had an angel come to my aid when I had a small problem with a sandwich tray opening up on me. (Oh and by the way it was a good sandwich tra, a lot of food for a reasonable price); anyway this lady helped me not only get the tray fixed but carried it to my car. I didn't get your name but your act of kindness made my day. I thank God for his special angels he sends us. God bless you.

In my area there are several people flying the Confederate flag. Researching the Secessionist papers of the states that seceded from the Union all include a statement that one of the reasons for secession was the potential denial of slave ownership in the United States as well as the justification of their position on the matter. The states would no longer have the right to own other human beings. This is the heritage that those who identify with the Confederacy are so proud of. Despite what one wants to believe the Secessionist papers speak for themselves. Find them online and read them in their entirety. The Confederate flag represents the states that fought for the right to own slaves. That is the bottom line and that is what you are supporting. Not a heritage but a horror. Around the anniversary of my husband's passing, I placed a lovely lavender, purple and white hanging basket at his gravesite. Several days later somebody stole

that hanging basket! How cruel can someone be? May that thief live with their conscience. I am disheartened and ashamed of the representation of our town Little League by the coaches and the core values, or lack thereof, they showed in the way they chose players for the All-Star team. I'm not saying this because my child wasn't picked, if you're good you're good, if you're not you're not, but that wasn't the case here. Kids who play well but have appalling sportsmanship (ie. screaming at the coaches, slamming their equipment, not shaking other player’s hands) were chosen over kids who play well AND have great attitudes, kids who are true AllStars. FYI, they're not fooling anyone, everyone knows the system is rigged through jealous fathers living vicariously through their sons, serving themselves, not the players. Looking forward to the years when they're in the stands!


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--DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently had a hip replacement. I am 84, with hearing loss. My family says my hearing is worse after the operation. My daughter talked with several seniors who experienced the same thing. They think it has to do with the anesthesia. Fact or fiction? -- D.W. ANSWER: Possibly fact. Hearing loss is a known and rare occurrence after surgery, and there are several ways in which it can happen. You mentioned anesthesia: Several anesthetic agents, especially nitrous oxide, can cause temporary hearing loss, but nitrous oxide is not used as often during surgery as it once was. Changes in the fluid pressure in the ear also can cause both temporary and permanent hearing loss. Finally, antibiotics given around the time of an operation can cause hearing loss. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently attended a free introductory visit at my local health spa. It’s an interesting process. There is a circuit with 12 machines and 12 mats for doing cardio. Each exercise is done for 30 seconds, then you move to the next station. The circuit is supposed to be done twice at each session, three times per week. Can this really work to help you lose weight and get fit? Need I say again, 30 seconds ... really? Your opinion please. -- E.Y.M. ANSWER: There are two questions, and the first is on fitness. There, the answer is a resounding yes. High-intensity interval training has been clearly proven to improve muscle and cardiovascular fitness. If you were to follow the program at the gym, working hard but not overdoing it, you certainly would find that your ability to do the exercises would improve, your stamina would increase, and you’d likely feel better and have more energy. A 24-minute workout (24 stations of 30 seconds each, done twice) is enough (and a LOT better than no workout at all). Unfortunately, just doing the exercise will not make you lose much weight. Losing weight comes from better dietary habits, which can help you eat less food and still feel satisfied. The combination of increased exercise and a little less food, especially less low-quality (“junk”) food, may help you lose a few pounds. Losing weight shouldn’t be the goal, in my opinion. Losing weight and keeping it off is tough to do, but by exercising regularly and eating well, you can dramatically improve overall health and well-being even without weight loss. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have an itchy-ear problem. It even wakes me up at night. I’ve tried Cortizone-10, hydrogen peroxide solution, ear baths and cotton swabs. Nothing seems to work for long. Can you help me? -- G.P. ANSWER: Stop the hydrogen peroxide -- it is very drying and can damage the sensitive skin in the ear. The hydrocortisone should work for many common conditions, but if it hasn’t, then your regular doctor, a dermatologist or ENT doctor should take a look in your ear and see what is going on. Seborrheic dermatitis and eczema are common conditions that can affect the skin in the ear. *** 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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H O R O SC O P E ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Your zeal for challenges usually works well for you. But this week it’s best to avoid jumping into new situations without more information. Vital news emerges by the weekend. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Once again, the Bovine’s patience pays off as that pesky problem works itself out without taking too much of your valuable time. A new task opens interesting possibilities. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Those suggestions you want to share need to be set aside for a while so you can focus on the job at hand. There’ll be time later to put your ideas into a workable format. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Be sure about your sources before you use the information in any decision you reach about your new project. Some of the data might be out of date or misinterpreted. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) A sudden challenge might rattle you at first. But pump up that strong Lion’s heart with a full measure of courage, and face it with the continuing support of family and friends. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Watch your expenses this week so you can have a financial cushion to fall back on should things tighten up later this month. Money matters ease by the 1st. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Uncertainty over workplace policy creates anxiety and confusion among your colleagues. Don’t be surprised if you’re asked, once again, to help work things out. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) The workweek keeps you busy tying up loose ends and checking data that needs to be verified. The weekend offers a chance to relax and restore your spent energies. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) This is not the best time to go to extremes to prove a point. Better to set a sensible goal now and move forward. There’ll be time later to take the bolder course. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A step-by-step progression is the better way to move ahead. Taking shortcuts could be risky at this time. Important news arrives on the 1st. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) Avoid getting drawn into workplace disputes that should be handled by those directly involved. Instead, spend your energy developing those new ideas. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) You still need to be prudent about money matters. But things start to ease by the end of the week. A weekend encounter with an old friend brings welcome news. BORN THIS WEEK: You handle challenging situations with boldness when necessary and caution when called for. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.


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SEEING IS BELIEVING WHEN IT COMES TO ROAD SAFETY (NAPSI)—Although properly functioning vehicle lights, wipers and mirrors allow for better visibility while driving, these items are all too often forgotten or ignored when people perform basic auto care, says the nonprofit Car Care Council. “Making sure that you can see and be seen on the road is essential to avoiding motor vehicle accidents, yet many motorists overlook simple maintenance steps that can improve driving visibility,” explained Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. Following a few auto care visibility tips can be illuminating, helping to ensure the safety of you, your passengers and other vehicles around you. • Replace any exterior or interior lights that are dimming, rapidly blinking or nonfunctioning and be sure headlights are correctly aimed. • Make sure that vehicle mirrors are clean and properly positioned. • Check windshield washer fluid level and, when it gets low, replace it. • Replace wiper blades if they show cracking or if they chatter or streak when operating. Don’t forget to check the rear wiper blade. • When in doubt, turn your lights on to help you see and help other drivers see you. Some places even have laws that require headlights to be on when windshield wipers are operating. • Don’t overdrive your headlights. Maintain a speed that will let you stop within the illuminated area; otherwise, you create a blind crash zone in front of your vehicle. The Car Care Council is the source of information for the “Be Car Care Aware” consumer education campaign promoting the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair to consumers. For a free copy of the popular “Car Care Guide,” visit the council’s consumer education website at

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Catholic Sts. Mary & Matthew Faith Community - Rev. Hoan Dinh St. Mary’s, Honeoye Mon.: 9am Prayer Service; Wed.: 9:30am Mass; Sun.: 8:30am Mass St. Matthew, Livonia Tues.: 9am Prayer Service; Sat.: 3:30pm Reconciliation, 4:30pm Mass; Sun.: 10:30am Mass

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St. John’s Lutheran Church 153 Church Ave., Farmington • 315-986-3045 • 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) 18 Victor-Mendon Road (east of Rte. 64) • 624-1766 Pastor Brian K. Smith • Saturday Night Service: 5:00pm Sunday Worship: 9:00am; Christian Education: 10:30am Handicap accessible & assistive listening

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

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


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

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.

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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

Lutheran Lutheran Church of the Epiphany LCMS 6050 East Avon-Lima Rd. (Rt. 5 & 20), E. Avon • 226-2200 Email: Sun. Worship 10:30am Bible Study 8:30am

TIPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DRIVING VACATION: Share the driving. Know your driving limits and share driving duties with someone else who can take over if or when fatigue sets in.

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 • •

Door to Hope Church 3844 County Rd. 46, Canandaigua • 394-3390 • Pastor Barry & Anita Smith Sunday Family Worship Service 10:45am; Wednesday Weekly Prayer Meeting 6:00pm “Everyone Is Welcome”

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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Free Summer

Under The Stars Presbyterian

Tom Wahl’s® Picnic Pavilion • Rt. 5&20, Avon TUESDAY NIGHT CONCERTS 7:30-10:00pm

First Presbyterian Church of Victor

Tuesday, July 17

70 East Main Street, Victor • 924-2289 • 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.

78 RPM (Big Band)

Tuesday, July 24

Ghost Riders (Country)

Tuesday, July 31

Gateswingers (Big Band)

Unitarian Universalist

RAIN OR SHINE FREE CONCERTS In the event that seating is inadequate, please bring your own chairs.

Unitarian Universalist Church of Canandaigua Nurturing mindfulness, opening to life’s gifts and engaging the world through acts of love 3024 Cooley Rd. right off 5 and 20 • 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 • Rev. Tim Hamlin Services: Sunday at 10am • Fellowship after services. Sunday school during the church service from Sept. - May. Handicap accessible & assistive listening

134 North Main St. Canandaigua, NY 14424

585-394-1381 Hours: M-Th. 9am-9pm, Fri. 9am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 1pm-4pm

Let’s Play Bingo! Mon, Jul 16 I 6:30-7:30PM Family program. Reserve a spot for family fun at the library. Registration required. Monday Night Movie: The Florida Project Mon, Jul 16 I 6:30-8:30PM The story of a precocious six year-old who courts mischief and adventure while living in the shadow of Walt Disney World (Rated R). Computer Classes for Seniors: Freegal Music Service Wed, Jul 25 I 10:30AM-12:30PM For Ontario County residents ages 60+. Learn how to download music to your tablet or smartphone. Registration requested. Canandaigua Lake Music Festival Children’s Concert Thurs, Jul 26 I 11:00AM-12:00PM For ages 5-11. A free children’s concert.

ENJOYING THRILLS AT AMUSEMENT PARKS One of the more beloved ways for thrill-seekers to spend a day off is to visit an amusement park. Amusement parks take many shapes. Some may be small, traveling carnivals, while others are large parks that draw visitors from all over the country. Amusement parks typically feature hair-raising rides, games of skill, tasty food, and gift shops. That means there’s something for everyone. Although they may seem like a relatively modern concept, amusement parks, fairs and carnivals actually have storied histories. In fact, historians say that carnivals and local fairs have been around since the Middle Ages. According to, amusement parks, once dubbed “pleasure gardens” and “trolly parks,” sprung up across the United States and Europe in the 19th century.

Beat the heat during a summer wedding Make fans and hand these out to guests. Homemade fans of thick cardstock and popsicle sticks can keep guests comfortable. Such cards can double as thank-you messages or ceremony programs.



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CROSSWORD Estate Sale July 20-21 • 9am-4pm Selling contents of house at 126 Elmwood Ave., Newark. Check Facebook and Craigslist for photos.

Peddlers Antiques/Rhonda’s Auctions Text 585-727-0354 for more info.

Preowned Items Can Be Good For The Environment


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Final World’s fair Antiaircraft fire Doctrine Astronaut Gus A billion years -- Allan Poe U-235, e.g. Big name in sporting goods Victoria, for one Gaelic Make bootees Sock part Personal question? Atmosphere Generating “Holy mackerel!” B-F link Drunkard Stunt double, e.g. Rapid outpouring -- out a living Space German city Domesticates Lot wares Antioxidant berry “Thank You” singer Race place Hollywood clashers Opposite of “post-”

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

Scan local advertisements: Church bulletins, newspaper classified ads and online bullet boards typically boast a number of items for sale, many of which are being sold at a fraction of the cost of new items. Before embarking on shopping trips, check these advertisements to see if there are any preowned items that meet your needs. In addition, there are a number of social media groups that enable members to advertise their items for sale. Others are encouraged to inquire about the sales and make their own offers. Though it might take some effort, it is possible to get brand-name used merchandise for less.

TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT AUCTION for the Estate of James H. Bell Saturday, July 14, 2018, 9am 6129 State Routes 5&20, Canandaigua, NY 14424 4 Miles West of Canandaigua, Directly Across from McCann Rd. Power Units: JD 450H Dozer, 1,546 hrs, one owner; ‘58 JD 420 Crawler, 1,370 hrs; ‘59 JD 430U; JD 757 mower, 1,096 hrs, 54” 7 Iron commercial; ‘58 JD 720 Diesel, widefront, non-Deere; (2) JD B, styled; ‘51 JD A; ‘38 JD A, unstyled; ‘37 JD A, unstyled; ‘38 JD B, unstyled w/spoke wheels; ‘44 JD D, electric start; ‘48 JD G; ‘29 JD GP; ‘45 JD H, styled, hard start; ‘63 JD 2010, gas; ‘53 JD 40; ‘53 JD 50; JD A, (2) JD B parts tractors; AC Road Patrol grader, model D; ‘37 Oliver 70, steel rear; Vibrapac roller & trailer; Jeep Willy; ‘95 Dodge 2500, 4x4 diesel, ext. cab, 5th wheel; ‘97 Dodge 2500, diesel, mech. good, body rough; ‘88 Mack RB88T, approx. 12’ dump w/tag axle; ‘84 Dodge power wagon w/plow; IH 1270 Loadstar w/bucket (unknown cond.) Equipment: 2016 Appalachian, 25,000lb GVWR, 2 axle duals, 20’ +5 w/ramps; Case 8’ offset disk; 2x14 trailer plow; Farquahar 2R planter; Ferguson 2B plow; Ford 917 6’6” cut flail mower; JD 2R planter; 2/14” JD tractor plow; 7’ rock bucket; JD mounted cultivator; cultivator for JD H; cultivator for IH Super A; JD sickle mower; JD 8’ drag; JD 8’ RWA disk; potato digger; Modern Implement M-MR3 6’ York rake; Super Crimp hay crimper, like new; NH offset rake; JD 224WS baler; Oliver 4B 14” 575 plow; (2) Oliver 2B plow; Oliver 3B plow; Equip. Trailer, bumper pull; Equip. trailer, 16’ x 6’6”; 14’ disk; 12’ Disk, non-transport; 10’ Dunham cultimulcher, 10’ Kewanee cultimulcher; (2) 6’ King Kutter, 3pt & tow type; (2) flat wagons, spare running gear Misc: IH 8T05 h&m engine; belt pulley fits CAT; front cable pulley & angle blade frame off 2U CAT; Honda EU3000 generator; 12kw PTO generator; pressure washer; Lincoln & Miller portable welders; log splitter w/8hp Honda; PTO air compressor; lazers; torches; Hobart welder on trailer; quantity of shop tools & supplies; various scrap steel Preview: Friday, July 13, Noon to 6pm. Photos at Terms: ID for bidder number, cash, honorable check. Payment with credit card 3% fee. Upcoming Auctions: Wed, August 8, 2pm: 10th Annual NY Steam Engine Assoc. Consignment Auction. 3349 Gehan Rd., 1⁄2 mile E. of Canandaigua, NY. Now Accepting Consignments! Call ahead to list/advertise items! Consignments accepted on-site Mon 8/6 & Tues 8/7, 8am-6pm and Wed 8/8, 8am-12pm. Sat, August 18, 9am: Equipment Auction, selling for Ruth and Harry Deery, Jr., Prattsburgh, NY. Bulldozer, Backhoe, Tractors, Equipment, Truck, Trailer, Shop Tools, Lots of Scrap Steel. See Full Listing at a Later Date!

Dann Auctioneers 3339 Spangle St., Canandaigua, NY 14424 Jeff Dann: 585-233-9570 Nelson Horning, Lead Auctioneer: 585-554-5335 Now in our 2nd generation after 46 years!


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Hemlock “Little World’s” Fair Tuesday, July 17 – Saturday, July 21, 2018 Rte. 15A Hemlock, New York Gillette Midway Shows

Pay One Price Admission Includes All Rides, Attractions & Shows Except Tues.-Thurs. Monster Truck Rides: $10 Per-Person (4 pm-?) The Summer’s Greatest Family Entertainment Value TUESDAY, JULY 17 – SENIOR CITIZEN DAY Noon Sire Stakes Race / 7pm: Demolition Derby WEDNESDAY, JULY 18 – NIGHT OF FIRE & WHEELS 1pm: Mounted Police Competition Noon Antique Tractor Pull / 5pm: Horse Pull – Light - Heavyweight 6pm: Tuff Truck Qualifying • 7pm: Monster Mayhem Truck Show Featuring BACKDRAFT, INSTIGATOR, GENERAL HAZARD & MUDDY GIRL (first female driver back by popular demand) Plus two new trucks: ANGER MANAGEMENT and TEMPERATURE RISING!!! THURSDAY, JULY 19 7pm: NYPTA TRUCK & TRACTOR PULL Super Farm Tractors 2 Classes & Outlaw Pulling Series Semi-trucks FRIDAY, JULY 20 - MARILYN RYAN DAY 7pm: NYPTA TRUCK & TRACTOR PULL 2 Wheel Drive Trucks Modified & Super Stock Tractors SATURDAY, JULY 21 4 pm: Wood Carving Auction (Grandstand), 4:30 pm: Demolition Derby DAILY: HEMLOCK FAIR QUILT SHOW in the AG Expo. Bldg. / Heritage Museum Midway Attractions by Gillette Shows / Live remote video of all major attractions NEW THIS YEAR: Cincinnati Circus – 3 shows daily, Janice Spagnola - Air Sculpture Balloon Art, Hemlock Fair OPEN Miniature Horse Show, Jackpot Ranch Sorting (Horse Arena), Open Ranch Horse & Game Show

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GVPS ONLINE POLL: Illegal immigration and separating immigrant children from their parents is a hot button issue right now. What do you think is the answer? Have an out-of-the-box solution we missed? Go to to share your perspective in the poll comments. - Grant entrance to everyone, even if they enter illegally - Keep children with their parents while sending them home - Enforce current laws; no change - Create more secure borders to reduce illegal entrances - I’m not sure what the solution is, but the the system must change Poll Ends 7-17-18 Results from 7-10-18 Summer has officially started! What are you most excited for this season? 14% The Sun! 29% Outdoor Adventures 14% Travel 22% Literally Everything 21% I don’t like summer.

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When is clumsiness a cause for concern? Who hasn’t tripped over his own feet or knocked over a water glass on a table? No one is immune to the occasional clumsiness, but some people may grow concerned that their bouts of clumsiness are becoming more frequent. For healthy people, bumping into a wall when misjudging a corner or dropping silverware on the floor is often a minor, isolated incident. Lack of concentration or multitasking often may be to blame. In 2007, Professor Charles Swanik and a research team at the University of Delaware studied athletes to discover why some seem to be more injury prone than others. Researchers found that clumsy athletes’ brains seemed to have “slowed processing speed,” which referred to how their brains understand new information and respond to it. But clumsiness also can be a sign of a bigger issue at play, namely motor problems within the brain. According to Taylor Harrison, MD, clinical instructor in the neuromuscular division of Emory University, coordination of the body is complicated and tied to both motor and sensory systems. That means the eyes, brain, nerves,

cerebellum, which specializes in coordination and balance, muscles, and bones must work together. Clumsiness can result from stroke, seizure disorders, brain trauma or the presence of tumors, and other conditions. Healthline also says that clumsiness may be an early symptom of Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s. Parkinson’s affects the central nervous system and can impair motor skills. Alzheimer’s slowly damages and kills brain cells and may cause issues with coordination. This may be the case with other dementias as well. Clumsiness may sometimes result from a lack of sleep or overconsumption of alcohol. Arthritis also can lead to clumsiness when joint pain and restrictive movements make it challenging to get around. Psychologists may suggest cognitive behavioral therapy or propose performing tasks with more mindfulness to reduce clumsiness. If that doesn’t work, men and women should visit their physicians, who can conduct tests to rule out certain things and provide peace of mind.



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AVON Avon Central School Alumni Banquet hosted by the Class of 1968 on Friday, August 10th at the Genesee River Hotel in Mt. Morris. For more information, call Pam McShea at 585-889-5137.

CANANDAIGUA The Ontario County Lyme Support Group meets the third Wednesday of every month at the Canandaigua Fire Hall, 335 S. Main St. Lyme is the most widespread vector-borne disease in the USA. Lyme and tick-borne diseases can lead to neurologic, cardiac, psychiatric and arthritic symptoms in humans. Our mission is to provide support (through education & sharing) with the physical and emotional impact on people and families. Meeting coordinators can be contacted: OntCtyLyme@gmail. com. Let’s Play Bingo! A family program. B-4 you plan all your summer activities, reserve your family a spot at the table for our annual summer Bingo blast. Lots of fun and prizes too! Registration required. July 16, 6:30pm-7:30pm, Wood Library, 134 N. Main St., Canandaigua. Cobblestone’s 4th Annual Run, Walk, & Roll! Get a team together and support our program for adults with disabilities. Note new location. It’s a fun family fitness walk on beautiful Canandaigua Lake. Live music, a bounce house, raffles, vendors, food, and fun! All proceeds directly benefit students at Cobblestone Arts Center. Register online any time or on site on the morning of the walk starting at 8am. Walk starts at 10am, celebration at 10:45! Held August 12, 8am-12noon, Canandaigua Country Club, 1 Fallbrook Park, Canandaigua. $20 registration fee. eventsandfundraisers. All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast - Sunday, July 15, 8am11am, Cheshire Fire Hall #1, 4285 Rt. 21 South, Canandaigua. Adults - $7, Children age 5-12 - $3, Children under age 5 - Free.

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Master Tech Automotive’s 10th Annual Car Show benefiting Hospice Care - Saturday, September 8th (Rain Date: September 9th), 11am-3:30pm. Free to Public (donations to Hospeace House greatly appreciated). Registration: 10am-12pm with a minimum donation of $10. Dash Plaques & Goodie Bags (while supplies last), Door Prizes, Various Vendors, Chicken BBQ, Silent Auction, 50/50 Raffle, Music, Bounce House for the kids. Awards for TOP 10, 25 Outstanding Vehicle Awards, Levi’s Favorite and Spectators Choice (announced at 3pm). Participant Judging (for top 10 and 25 outstanding). For more info: http:// Cookie Songwriting - Tuesday, July 24, 2:30-3:30pm, Wood Library, 134 N. Main St., Canandaigua. For Grades 1-6. Write a song using cookies for notes, choose a favorite music style, and listen as musician Geoff Clough plays your original creation. Then, enjoy the cookies and play the Musical Books game. Registration requested. www.woodlibrary. org Wild Wings Raptors are coming to the Bristol Library - Family Event. Bring the kids to see and have close encounter with the interesting raptor birds of Wild Wings at the Bristol Library on Monday, July 16th at 4:30pm. The hour long presentation is free and open to all. Bristol Library, 6750 County Road #32, Canandaigua. www.

GENEVA Toddler Dance Party! Come on everybody, let’s dance! Children ages 2 to 4 years and their parent or caregiver are invited to join Ms. Tanya for a dance party. You will have a fun time dancing to a lively mix of classic children’s songs and dance hits from the 1950’s to today! Please register in advance. Held July 20, 11:30-12noon, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva.

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



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2Ć?Ć•Ć“Ć?2!|;Äş2ƒƒƑġ2 -ulbm]|om Library BINGO - Join us in the Community Room for Library Bingo complete with prizes hosted by formidable caller, Ms. Tanya. No registration required. July 23, 34:30pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St. The Spoon Man is back! Jim “the Spoon Manâ€? Cruise offers a hilarious interactive comedy program for families. He gives a really stirring performance. For ages 4-11 & family. Register through our calendar. Tuesday, July 24, 6:30-7:30pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St.

HONEOYE Honeoye Lake Rotary Club Golf Tournament - Honeoye Lake Rotary Club Foundation’s 34th Annual Golf Tournament. Monday, July 30, 2018, 10AM (registration starts at 9AM). Island Oaks course at Lima Country Club. Benefit Honeoye Lake Rotary community, Youth Projects and Camp ONSEYAWA. $85 per person -- includes golf, cart, lunch, steak dinner two raffle tickets. Please sign up by 7/23/2018. For more information contact Jeanne Hamele at 585-729-9118 or jnnhamele@aol. com Honeoye Lake Rotary Club’s Flamingo Flocking Fundraiser will be held through October 1, 2018. $10.00 for a ten flamingo flock, $10.00 for “NO FLOCKNG� insurance and $10.00 to have the flamingo flock removed from your yard. For more information contact Sandy Hubble at 585-229-4189. St. Mary’s Church 33rd Annual Garage Sale - Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Drinks, and Baked Goods. Children’s items, clothing, collectibles, furniture, tools and much, much more. Friday, July 20th, 9am-7pm, and Saturday, July 21st, 9am-2pm. St. Mary’s Church, 8961 W. Main Street, Honeoye. Drop off times: Saturday, July 14th, 9am-1pm and Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, July 16th through 18th from 1-7pm.

HONEOYE FALLS Join us for the 11th annual Young and Wyld 5K Race through beautiful historic Honeoye Falls. Wednesday, August 1 at 7PM. Starts across from the Honeoye Falls Post Office. Register at Includes free Tshirts for the 1st 100 registered, free food and root beer floats. Proceeds benefit Young Life.

LIVONIA David Church & Terri Lisa Country Music Concert. Featuring Hank, George Jones, Lefty Frizzel, Loretta Lynn and more! David Church & Terri Lisa! From their dazzling rhinestone suits this dynamic couple has thrilled audiences around the world. David Church is recognized for his authentic rendition of “Hank Williams�. Join us on Saturday, September 15 at the Livonia Methodist Church, 21 Summers St., Livonia. Showtime: 3pm. Doors open at 2pm. Reserved: $20. General: $15. Tickets - phone: 585-749-1843 or 740-974-9885. Williamson Branch Concert! Blue Grass Gospel! Live from Nashville, TN! Join us on Friday, August 3, 6:30pm at the Livonia United Methodist Church, 21 Summers St., Livonia. Doors open at 5:30pm. Cost: $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Concessions available. Tickets: Paul Stark 585-749-1843 or online www.williamsonbranch. com/boutique.

MANCHESTER The Village of Manchester 2018 Summer Concert Series at the Mike Griffin Memorial Park on West Ave (near the baseball fields). NYS Route 21 to State Street to Merrick Avenue to West Avenue. Wednesday, July 18th - 70’s, 80’s, 90’s by JIMMY JAM BAND. Wednesday, July 25th - “Country� by THE CITY LIMITS. Evenings 78:30pm. Refreshments sold. All performances are free and open to the public. For more information: 585-289-4340. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the music!


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MIDDLESEX Middlesex Conservation Club 6087 South Hill Road, Middlesex. Sunday Breakfast & OPEN Trap Shoot, 8am-11am: July 22, August 5 & 19 and September 2. Evening OPEN Trap Shoot, 6pm-9pm: July 18, August 1 & 15, September 5 & 19 and October 3 & 17. Activities Available: Indoor Pellet Gun Range, Youth Archery, Crossbow Range. Raffles available. 50/50 Drawing Each Sunday! Something for the whole family to enjoy! Info: www. OfficialMiddlesexConservationClub. com or Warren Fredrick 585-455-2532 or Paul Baxter 585-394-5186.

NAPLES Longevity Lounge - The lounge meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, 10:30 AM to noon and provides a place where adults can gather, socialize, play board and card games, read newspapers and magazines, and enjoy coffee, tea and light refreshment. Conversation Table open to all. Naples Library, 118 South Main St., Naples.

ROCHESTER Benjamin Franklin HS Class of 1968 - 50 Year Reunion! Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the RIT Inn and Conference Center starting at 5pm. Classmates can access information via Facebook page BFHS Class of 1968 50th Reunion. An email address is available to update contact information BFHS1968@

SOUTH BRISTOL FLT - Bristol Hills Branch, S. Bristol Hike: Hike & Explore a portion of the Bristol Hills Branch of the Finger Lakes Trail Sunday, July 15 from 4-6PM. Join Springwater Trails at Ontario County Park in South Bristol for the event, followed by a dish-to-pass BBQ. For additional info/directions/updates visit the website:

VICTOR Native American Dance & Music Festival -Traditional and contemporary Hodinöhsö:ni’ performers and artists, food, and a Native Arts Market. Saturday and Sunday, July 28 & 29 from 10-6pm at the Ganondagan State Historic Site, 7000 County Road 41, Victor. Adults $10, Senior (62+), Student (13+), Friends of Ganondagan Member without event pass, or Native American Adult w/ Tribal ID $7; Children 4 12 years $3, Children 3 or younger and Friends of Ganondagan Members with event pass Free; Family rate $40.http://

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Take Steps to Reduce Conflicts Between Bears and People The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Black bears have been keeping DEC Wildlife staff busy, with numerous human-bear conflicts already this summer. Bears are often attracted to bird feeders, improperly stored garbage, messy grills, and pet food that is left outdoors. When people allow bears to have access to human-related foods, it encourages bear behavior that put people, property and bears at risk. Reducing human-bear conflicts requires changing human behavior. When we reduce attractants for bears, we protect people and property, and we do what’s best for bears too. To Reduce Human-Bear Conflicts: • Take down bird feeders after April 1st. • Store garbage in a bear-resistant garbage can or keep inside until the morning of pick up. • Clean up grease from grills after use. • Feed pets indoors. • Owners of backyard chicken flocks in bear country should also take steps to secure their flock and feed. If You Encounter a Bear: Never Approach, Surround, or Corner a Bear - bears aggressively defend themselves when they feel threatened. Be especially cautious around cubs as mother bears are very protective. Never Run From a Bear - stay calm, speak in a loud and calm voice,␣slowly back away␣and leave the area. Use Noise to Scare Away Bears From Your Campsite yell, clap, or bang pots immediately upon sighting a bear near your campsite. Do Not Throw Your Backpack or Food Bag at an Approaching Bear. • Doing so will only encourage bears to approach and “bully” people to get food. • By teaching a bear to approach humans for food, you are endangering yourself, other campers/ residents, and the bears. In Your Yard: • From a safe distance, make loud noises by shouting or banging pots to scare the bear away. • Once the bear leaves, remove all attractants such as bird seed, garbage, and pet food.

• Ask neighbors to remove attractants. In a Building: • Give the bear a clear escape route. • Leave any doors open as you back away from the bear. • Do not lock the bear in a room. If a Bear Becomes Aggressive and Approaches You: • Raise your arms and speak in a loud, calm voice while backing away. Charges You: • Stand your ground. • If you have bear spray, dispense directly at the bear. Please follow the link leaving the DEC’s website to learn about the proper use of bear spray. Follows You: • Stay together. • Do not run, but continue to back away while speaking loudly. If the Bear Continues to Follow You: • Stand your ground. • Intimidate by making yourself look bigger by waving arms, clapping, shouting, banging sticks. • Prepare to fight or use bear spray. If the Bear Makes Contact With You: • Fight back with anything at hand (knife, stick, rocks, fists). Visit DEC’s website to learn more about how to reduce human-bear conflicts.


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40” WHITE RESIN PATIO TABLE: 585-438-4213 WINDOW AIR CONDITIONERS – Kenmore 8000BTU and Whirlpool 8200 BTU. Both blow cold: 585-738-8422 CLOTHING sizes 6xxx to 7xxx: 585-594-3161 BOX OF USED MAGAZINES, most unread. Big variety: 585-346-9777 NORDIC TRACK ASR 630 programmable elliptical exerciser and PRO-FORM XP400R recumbent bike exerciser: for details KIMBALL SWINGER 700 ORGAN. Needs tuning. You pick up: 585-734-1704 or BABY TREND SIT AND STAND DOUBLE STROLLER, in Fairport: FRAME-LESS MIRROR 7’10’’x3’6”. Good condition. Brighton area: 585-482-5179 or

TIRE, only one, to complete a set. Size 215/55/R17. Will pick up: 585-872-3895 OLD COMPUTERS, working or not. Old software discs/ programs/pieces/parts. Terry 336-247-3245 IRONING BOARD: 585-321-5580 4 QT. CROCK POT and a 10x10 AREA RUG in good condition: 585-409-6477 10HP GAS POWERED GENERATOR, in good working condition. Dansville area: 585-298-7664 GAS STOVE and REFRIGERATOR: 585-286-8408

POSTAGE METER INK CARTRIDGE – Pitney Bowes Mail station/Mail station 2: BARBIE DOLLS (13) – bagged with all the clothes, accessories. Pick up in West Henrietta: 16” SAMSUNG TV, older model. Needs remote and cable box: 585-321-5580 DAFFODIL BULBS, hundreds, ready to dig up. Beautiful bright yellow with large cups, deer resistant: 585-223-9014 JEWELRY – earrings and necklaces: 585-388-0318 CASSETTE TAPES: Approx. 100 tapes – various genres. VHS TAPES: Approx. 100 tapes – various titles. You pick up, Hamlin: 1930-35 SEWING MACHINE in a cabinet. Sews real well: 585-424-5993

METAL QUEEN or FULL SIZE BED FRAME: 8 TRACK PLAYER and 8 TRACK TAPES: EMOTES BOARD GAME: GOLF CART for handicapped man to get around in his yard: 585-447-1729 (leave message) ROTARY GAF SLIDE PROJECTOR in working condition: 585-226-8713 HAND HEWN BEAMS (old pioneer built) and OLD BARN WOOD for man cave: 585-358-8755 8-TRACK PLAYER, an old REEL-TO-REEL PLAYER (working or not), old VIDEO CAMERAS and STEREO EQUIPMENT: 336-247-3245

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CANANDAIGUA (14424): 6020 Monks Road. One Day Only! Saturday, July 21st (9-4pm). No early birds please! HUGE MULTI-FAMILY SALE! Something for everyone! Baby girl clothing NB-24 months, boys clothing 2T-4T, womens, mens, teens, household, tools, golf clubs, antiques, bikes, baby swing, bumbo, activity mats, interactive dino, Imaginext, Kitchen Aide, cotton candy machine, snow cone maker, Kindle Fires, Harley Davidson models, furniture. Too much to list! Come check us out! CANANDAIGUA COUNTRY ESTATES ANNUAL GARAGE/ YARD SALE: 5555 Purdy Road (off Route 332). July 20-21 (7:303:30pm).

CANANDAIGUA: 39 Dungan St. July 20 (9-4pm) & 21 (9-2pm). MOVING SALE. Antiques, furniture, refrigerator, household goods, sewing/ craft items, gardening items, games, more! Brookside Community Yard sale will be held Saturday July 14th from 8am-3pm rain or shine. Canandaigua: 2883 Conifer Drive. Multifamily housewares, furniture, books, clothes, and more. For more information or directions, call 585-394-2010. DANSVILLE: 9020 Millard Fillmore Drive. 7/13-15 (104pm). ESTATE SALE. Best of the Best! Modern furniture, art, power tools, tractor, more! FARMINGTON: 5943 King Hill Drive (off Hook Road). 7/20 (9-4pm) & 7/21 (9-2pm). Scrapbook/ stamping items, Cricket Expression 2 w/ new cartridges, chest of drawers, Pfaltzgraff dishes, power saws, bride doll.

MULTI- CAMPER SALE, Saturday, July 21st, 8am-2pm. Something for everyone. Sale held at Camp Clubhouse. Camp in the Woods, 3790 Lake to Lake Road, Stanley, NY. CANANDAIGUA: 76 Gorham Street. Fri., July 13 (9-5); Sat., July 14 (9-1). GARAGE SALE. Furniture, kid’s toys, china tea cups. LIVONIA/ HONEOYE: 9181 Ashley Rd. July 20-21 (9-4pm). MULTIFAMILY. Furniture, household items, books, cots, camping items, generators, bike rack, RV air conditioner cover (brand new). SENECA FALLS: 2956 Noble Rd. July 10-22 (8-7pm). ESTATE SALE. 50 years of collecting antiques and collectibles, furniture, crocks, white milk glass, carnival glass, jewelry, items too numerous to mention! Early birds welcome. CANANDAIGUA: Stewart Place (across from the American Legion). July 20-21 (9-4pm). STREET SALE. Household items, furniture, books, antiques, tools, garden stuff, and much more! WEST BLOOMFIELD HISTORICAL SOCIETY 27th ANNUAL YARD SALE, Saturday, July 14th (9-4pm) & Sunday, July 15th (9-2pm) at the Society, 8966 Route 5&20. See HONEOYE: St. Mary’s Church 33rd Annual Garage Sale, 8961 W. Main Street. Friday, July 20 (9am-7pm), and Saturday, July 21 (9am-2pm). Hot Dogs, Hamburgs, Drinks, and Baked Goods. Children’s items, clothing, collectibles, furniture, tools and much more. EAST BLOOMFIELD: Red Barn at corner of 3307 Flatiron Road and Woolston Road. 7/21 (9-4pm). MULTIFAMILY SALE. Household, clothing, kitchen items, books, jewelry, antiques. Something for everyone!

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UNDERSTAND HARDINESS ZONES BEFORE PLANTING Gardening benefits the environment in myriad ways. Maintaining natural landscapes and preserving green spaces can reduce the collective carbon footprint of the human race. Trees, flowers and other greenery filter the air and create welcoming habitats for all species of animals and insects. Many home gardeners set out each spring to create landscapes that cater to all of the senses. But choosing plants that are unlikely to thrive in certain climates can lead to dissatisfaction and premature plant demise and may require gardeners to use more fertilizers, pesticides and other not-so-Earth-friendly techniques to help plants thrive. One of the more important steps gardeners can take before spring arrives is to educate themselves about plant hardiness zones. Hardiness zones are defined by the average climatic conditions of the region and are broken down into various zones. The USDA Hardiness Zone map divides North America into 13 separate zones. Each zone is marked by 10 F incremental differences from the last zone. In some versions of the map, each zone is further divided into “a” and “b” regions. The National Gardening Association says the USDA Hardiness Zone Map was revised in 2012. The latest version was jointly developed by the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service and Oregon State University’s PRISM Climate Group. To help develop the new map, the USDA and Oregon State University requested that horticultural and climatic experts review the zones in their geographic areas. As a result, the zone boundaries in the 2012 edition of the map have shifted in many areas. Canada’s Hardiness Zone map, updated in 2010, uses nine different zones. Zone maps are tools that show where permanent landscape plants can adapt. Home gardeners who are looking for shrubs or perennials to last year after year should recognize that such plants must tolerate year-round conditions, including the lowest and highest temperatures and the amount of precipitation. Snow cover and humidity also can impact a plant’s propensity to thrive. While zone maps are not perfect, they can be useful in planning and ensuring the survival of future gardens. Plant and seed manufacturer Burpee says that other factors to consider that also affect the viability of plants include wind, moisture and soil conditions. The company offers an interactive zone finder on their website that will indicate the hardiness zone as well as average first and last frost dates. Visit findgrowzone to enter a zip code.




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CONSERVE WATER WHEN TEMPERATURES RISE Spring and summer are synonymous with increased hours of sunlight, warm temperatures and, oftentimes, an increased reliance on water to feed recreational pursuits and lawn and garden needs. The Water Information Program states that 3.9 trillion gallons of water are consumed in the United States each month and the average person uses 176 gallons of water per day. Water conservation may be essential when the risk for weather-related drought looms. Practicing year-round conservation efforts can help ensure smart usage of local watersheds, lakes and reservoirs and help maintain these water sources for years to come. It also helps the average person reduce his or her carbon footprint while saving people a little money along the way.

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WILL YOU HAVE THE FINAL SAY? There is no question that a discussion will take place during which all the details of your funeral and body disposition will be considered and decided upon. The only question is: Will you be taking part in the conversation? It certainly seems fitting that you do, when you consider that no one has a better understanding of your wishes and beliefs than you do. You also have a responsibility to take such personal matters into your own hands. Otherwise, those who love you most will be forced to make the decisions for you at a time when they are likely to have their thinking clouded by high emotion. Funeral prearrangement enables you to take a clearheaded approach to funeral planning. At the time of an actual funeral, most decisions need to be made within a few hours. By preplanning the service options, you can take your time and make the decisions in an unhurried and thoughtful way. The funeral home is an important part of any community. To learn more about our services, please call KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOME at (585) 346-5401. You are invited to tour our facilities at Livonia and Honeoye, NY. QUOTE: “Perhaps the secret of living well is not in having all the answers, but in pursuing unanswerable questions in good company.” ~ Rachel Naomi Remen

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Paul D. Humphrey Sr. July 5, 2018 Honeoye: Peacefully on July 5, 2018 at age 90 years. Predeceased by his wife Rev. Barbara Humphrey and grandson Austin Paul White. Survived by children; Margaret (Paul) Watkins of WI, Douglas (Tracy) Humphrey of Fairport, and Catherine (Dan) White-Barber of Honeoye. 8 grandchildren; Ray, Jen, Carrie, Michael, Matthew, Ashley, Zeke, Chloe, 8 great grandchildren; Jake, Michael, Ayden, Sean, Katie, McKenna, Darby, and Kalila. Paul was a dedicated member of the Honeoye Community where he served in the Rotary Club, Richmond Fire Department, and the Chamber of Commerce. He was also a proud US Marine that served honorably during the Korean Conflict. Paul was born May 5, 1928 in Richford, Vermont to parents Edgar and Minnie (Gallup) Humphrey. The family moved to the “homestead” on Phillips Road in Webster, NY when he was a very small child. He had seven brothers and one sister. Prior to graduating from high school, Paul enlisted in the New York Guard, Company G, 21st Regiment, serving from November 1944 to October 1946. He transferred directly from there to the U.S. Marine Corps in 1946, and attended Alfred University, Alfred, NY from 1949 to 1950 where he earned high school credits and studied refrigeration and air conditioning. During college, he married Barbara Myers on February 22, 1950, and they spent 65 wonderful years together. He served his country as a supply sergeant during the Korean Conflict, shipping out in 1951 and receiving an honorable discharge the following year. Following his service, he started a small business in fire and flood restoration, which he named, Humphrey Service Company. Humphrey’s grew to become a well-known and respected establishment, located at 700 Goodman Avenue in Rochester, NY. He and Barbara moved to the lake cottage in 1985 that he had built for Barbara’s parents, Ford and Lois Myers (both deceased 1975), at 188 West Lake Road, Honeoye, NY. After retirement, he started several other side businesses to keep himself occupied. He had a pilot’s license and enjoyed flying the club’s WWII Waco bi-plane to fly-in breakfasts, acting in several amateur musicals, traveling, and was an avid supporter of his wife’s ministry. He was a longstanding member of the Masons and Cooper Marine. He served on the Richmond Planning Board, the Chamber of Commerce, the Richmond Fire Department as a first responder and traffic manager, and at St. John’s Episcopal Church-Gleaners Kitchen in Canandaigua. He and his wife were loyal supporters of the activities of their grandchildren and great-grandchildren, attending as many of their school and sporting events as they were able. His perpetual whistling and dry sense of humor will be lovingly remembered and sorely missed. Friends called Tuesday, July 10th, from 4-7pm at the Kevin W. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 8624 Main Street, Rte 20A, Honeoye, NY where military honors concluded the calling hours at 7pm. Paul’s Funeral Service was held on Wednesday, July 11th, 11am at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 183 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY, 14424. Memorial Contributions may be made to Honor Flight Rochester, PO Box 23581, Rochester, NY 14692 or St. John’s Episcopal Church-Gleaners Kitchen at the address above. To send a condolence or for further information please visit:

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position available for a manufactured home community in Canandaigua. Must have experience with the trades. Full time. Please email K Johnson @ or mail to: Estate Homes Inc. 3985 State Routes 5 & 20 Canandaigua, NY 14424

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Good pay. Room for advancement. CDL a plus - help with training available. OSHA 10 card a plus. Some travel required. E-mail resume to:

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currently has a Part-Time year-round day care assistant position available.

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