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Call, text or email Robbin & her team for all your real estate needs. www.RobbinRSmith.com

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7 Cass St., Wayland $59,900: Nice starter home. 3 bdrm., 2 full baths, den/ downstairs bdrm., encl. porch, screened in porch, deck. Close to Victory Park. Call/Text Joyce Nisbet (585) 880-1721

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2 Erie St., Cohocton $133,900: Everything remodeled & updated in 2012. New roof, siding, windows, furnace, HW tank, PEX plumbing, updated elec., baths & kit. Kit. w/granite countertops, SS appl. & slat flooring. 1st flr. lndry. & open layout. Upstairs master suite w/full bath & 2 bdrms.

Call/Text: Justine Fox (585) 746-6736 320 Granger Rd., Wayland $114,900: 4 BR Ranch w/full fin. bsmnt., which features an office & gas stove. Great loc. on outskirts of the village. Updated roof, elec. and vinyl windows. 2 car att. gar. w/work space.

Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

Dan Edmond 585.721.8041

26 N. Dansville St., Cohocton $159,900 Commercial! Turnkey business opportunity with history of success. Has a new roof,

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7841 Kysorville -Byersville Rd. $104,900: 3 beds, 2 baths, single family home 1,500 sq. ft.; lot: 1.86 acres.

kitchen equipment, large new kitchen and walk in cooler. Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

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113 S. Lackawanna St. Wayland #101 $99,900: 3 BR, 2 full bath home on double lot in the Village. Many updates incl.: new roof, new windows on 2nd story, new flrs. Two car plus det. gar. with 2nd story, remodeled baths, 1st flr. lndry., lg. kit. w/new SS appl., fresh paint inside & out.

Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

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4 Busch Ave. Wayland $79,900: Completely remodeled home. All new SS appl., new roof, new windows, fresh paint inside & out. Two car detached garage. Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

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5944 Swan Hill Rd., Groveland $385,900: Country contemp. offers perfect mix of family, function & luxury. 7.59 acres of country living yet moments from Village of Geneseo. Over 4,000 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., 2.5 baths, 2 full kitchens, & 1,900 sq. ft. newly built pole building.

44 East St., Nunda $229,900: WOW! What a Beautiful home! Completely restored Victorian Home with natural woodwork throughout. Features are endless and size allows for many 1 options with 7 bedrooms, 3 ⁄3 baths.

Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

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25 Clay St. Dansville $77,900: Close to parks, schools, library, shopping & churches. 3 BR, 1.5 baths, extra living space in bsmnt., encl. porch & deck w/retractable awning. Call/Text: Robbin Smith, Broker/Owner (585) 721-4771

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43 Oak Hill St., Arkport $157,000: Primitive home on lg. lot. 4 BR, 2 full baths, updated kit., new windows & updated elec., master suite & pellet stove in the cozy liv. rm. Call/Text: Justine Fox (585) 746-6736

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5574 Eades Rd., Ossian $236,000: Open flr. plan liv. rm./kit., stone frplc. w/wood beam mantle, sliding drs. to front & rear decks, loft game rm., fin. bar w/full theater rm., wrkshp. in bsmnt. w/dble. drs. to rear drive, 2 car att. gar. w/add’l. gar. bay att., bonus rm. w/260 sq. ft. above gar., master bdrm. w/sliding dr.

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Employment Opportunities .............................Page 35 For The Family .............................Page 18 Garage Sales .............................Page 16 Give and Take .............................Page 34 Health & Wellness .............................Page 10 Home Services ...............................Page 4 Hometown Events .............................Page 25

Lariana Drumgoole, grade 4, worked with art teacher Anne Clancy to create her architectural drawing of Churchville Elementary School’s facade.

Pet Place .............................Page 29 Puzzle Answers ...............................Page 7

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Real Estate ...............................Page 8 Senior Center .............................Page 20

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By Chris Richcreek 1. Who was the first player to hit his 499th and 500th career home runs in the same game? 2. Name the player who led the American League in both doubles and triples in 1970. Hint: He played for the Minnesota Twins. 3. Who was the last running back before Matt Dayes in 2016 to rush for at least 1,000 yards in a season for North Carolina State? 4. Which was the last NBA team before Golden State in 2016 to have 47 assists in a game? 5. Who was the first American woman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame? 6. Name the last woman before Evgenia Medvedeva in 2017 to win back-to-back world figure skating singles titles. 7. Entering 2018, when was the last U.S. Open playoffs for men’s golf?

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A n sw ers: 1. Albert Pujols did it with the Angels in 2014. 2. Cesar Tovar had 36 doubles and 13 triples that season. 3. T.A. McLendon, in 2002. 4. The Phoenix Suns, in 1991. 5. Cammi Granato, who was captain of the U.S. women’s hockey team that won Olympic gold in 1998. 6. Michelle Kwan, in 2000-01. 7. It was 2008, when Tiger

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Home Services DIRECTORY LAWN & LANDSCAPING

DID YOU KNOW? One of the ways homeowners can keep their lawns looking lush and green is to aerate the turf when the need arises. Aerators perforate the soil with small holes. These holes allow air, nutrients and water to penetrate all the way to the roots, helping them grow deep and strong. Deep, strong roots are essential to healthy, lush lawns. While aeration can help many lawns, not every lawn will necessarily need to be aerated. Lawns that get heavy use, such as those that are often played on by children or pets, will likely benefit from periodic aeration. Feeling the lawn also can help homeowners determine if it needs to be aerated. Lawns that dry out quickly or feel spongy may be overcome with thatch, which can prevent lawns from getting the air, water and nutrients they need to thrive. Lawncare professionals recommend aerating lawns that contain thatch that is more than one-half inch. Thatch also can foster grub infestations, providing another benefit to removing it and aerating a lawn. When to aerate depends on the type of grass. Homeowners should consult with a lawncare professional about the best time to aerate their particular lawns, but it’s generally recommended that cool-season grasses be aerated in early spring or fall, while it’s best to aerate warm season grasses in late spring.


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Real Estate Our 11 editions are published weekly with a total circulation of over 152,000. Main Office:

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

How Low Is Too-Low Blood Pressure?

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--DEAR DR. ROACH: You have written many articles about high blood pressure, but I want to know about low blood pressure. What is normal? What is low, and what is dangerously low? I have a heart issue for which I take medication. I want to know if my blood pressure is too low. -- Anon. ANSWER: Among young adults, only 5 percent of men will have a blood pressure below 110/60 or so, and for young women, it’s 90/46. Blood pressure tends to go up with age, so low blood pressure numbers are higher for older adults. For people with healthy hearts, the only time we worry about low blood pressure is if there are symptoms, and the most common symptoms are lightheadedness and fainting. In people with congestive heart failure, low blood pressure usually is not concerning in itself, but because it might indicate that the heart is getting weaker. However, many of the medications used for CHF reduce blood pressure, which can even limit the amount of medication that can be used. In people with blockages in their arteries, too low a blood pressure can cause inadequate blood flow to parts of the heart and cause angina symptoms. The blood pressure is dangerously low when a disease process is causing the low blood pressure. In extreme cases, low blood pressure is one of the most dangerous signs of shock. But in general, for healthy people, low blood pressures are not worrisome. *** DR. ROACH WRITES: I have received more letters about hearing loss than I would have believed possible. Most of the advice was consistent, so let me review what both professionals and people who have been through the process of getting hearing aids have advised. First, have realistic expectations about what a hearing aid can do. It does not make your hearing what it was 50 years ago. Loud noises can be painfully overamplified. Second, find someone who really knows what he or she is doing. The people whose technicians spent a lot of time teaching, discussing the different options and adjusting them after purchase were the most satisfied. (The adjustment period can take weeks.) A referral from a satisfied friend could be a good place to start. Several professionals recommended that your audiologist be certified by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. Third, be prepared to spend some money. Good hearing aids are expensive. More expensive doesn’t always mean better, but most of my readers felt that the money they spent on hearing aids was well worth it. I’m sure there are some great ones, and some not as great. Many veterans wrote me to tell me about their (mostly) good experiences at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Fourth, try many models. Some people prefer in-the-ear, some overthe-ear. Because it takes a long time to get used to them, you need to wear them pretty much constantly. Both your ears and your brain need time to adjust, so be patient. Finally, several people and one chapter president wrote to me about the Hearing Loss Association of America (www.hearingloss.org) and the benefit they gained from visiting their local chapter and sharing their experiences. *** 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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H O R O SC O P E ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Lots of possibilities begin to open up by midweek. Some seem more appealing than others. But wait for more facts to emerge later on before you consider which to choose. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Bravo to the determined Bovine. While others might give up, you continue to search for answers. Expect your Taurean tenacity to begin paying off by week’s end. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You might want to consider stepping back from the task at hand for a while. This could help you get a better perspective on what you’ve done and what still needs to be done. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Your keen Cancerian insight should help you determine whether a new offer is solid or just more fluff ‘n’ stuff. The clues are all there waiting for you to find them. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) Being ignored is difficult for any proud Leo or Leona. But pushing yourself back into the spotlight might be unwise. Instead, let things work themselves out at their own pace. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Trying to uncover a colleague’s secret under the pretext of showing concern is ill-advised. Control your curiosity to avoid raising resentment in the workplace. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Expect to hear good news about a loved one. Also, be prepared for some changes in several family relationships that could develop from this lucky turn of events. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Some surprises are expected to accompany a number of changes that will continue through part of next week. At least one could involve a romantic situation. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You might be upset by some of your critics. But most of your associates continue to have faith in your ability to get the job done, and done well. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A workplace goal that suddenly seems out of reach is no problem for the sure-footed Goat, who moves steadily forward despite any obstacles placed in his or her way. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) Uncertainty about who is right and who isn’t might keep you from making a clear-cut decision. Wait until you know more about what you’re being asked to decide. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Be careful to keep your emotions in check when dealing with a demanding personal situation. You need to set an example of strength for others to follow. BORN THIS WEEK: You have an extraordinary ability to rally people to do their best. You would be a treasure as a teacher. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc

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Paul Bagdon’s Journey to Working His Passion By Danielle Lorenzo Paul Bagdon was, as a medical malpractice case supervisor for years, working the clock and the corporate structure on a daily basis. During this time, he was able write a little, publishing a short story or an article here and there. Then, Bagdon made the gutsy decision to leave his position to focus on what he really loved to do, write. Paul Bagdon, who now resides at the Baird Nursing Home, still enjoys reading and composing stories. Bagdon said, “I knew if I never left and tried my hand at full-time writing, I would always regret it. If I didn’t go for it, I would be stuck somewhere, at 90 years of age, thinking, ‘I should have’.” Paul has sold roughly 50 books and over 250 of his short stories and articles have appeared in a variety of magazines. The writer also has many novels under pen names, one being Paige Lee Elliston. His first novel sale was a young adult science fiction series that was published by Ballantine Books fifteen years ago. Since then there have been twenty-seven other book sales and over 250 short stories and articles have appeared in a wide range of magazines. Paul’s favorite genre to write is Western novels and two of his novels – Bad Medicine and Deserter were Spur Award finalists.

The Spur award is given by the Western Writers of America and honors distinguished writing about the American West. He stated, “I would still write to this day, whether I was being paid or not. It was tough at first – I was divorced and I did not have much money. I ate a lot of peanut butter sandwiches. But, I knew if I didn’t go for it, I never would.” Bagdon started a writing school which is still going strong. There are open meet-ups at Webster Library on Mondays from 6:30pm-9:00pm. The focus is writing for publication and some attendees have several of their own books published.

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Don’t miss the final days of the Library’s 43rd Annual Dogwood Festival Used Book Sale! On Friday, regular items are 25¢ each with kids’ items at 15¢!! And on Sat it’s Fill-a-Bag Day for only $2.00 per bag!! Then get ready for the Dogwood Festival Parade at 5p.m.! Enjoy this year’s Dogwood events!

SPRING CLEANING PROJECTS YOU DON’T WANT TO FORGET CURTAINS: Curtains also may have absorbed substantial amounts of dust, dirt and debris over the w inter. This might be more visible near the end of w inter w hen more sunlight begins to shine through. Clean the curtains in adherence to the manufacturer instructions before you open w indow s for the season so any w ind that blow s in does not spread debris onto nearby furniture. Once the curtains have been w ashed, opening w indow s may help them dry more quickly.


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Helping Communities Outreach Our nonprofit outreach is now open. Part of our mission is to help needy individuals and families.

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36 North Main St. • Wayland, NY 14572 Shopping locally is a great w ay to benefit your community and, in many instances, your bottom line. W hen consumers shop locally, they help stimulate their local economies, creating jobs for their neighbors by helping local businesses grow and thrive. Shopping locally also saves shoppers long trips to the mall that can w aste expensive fuel, especially if consumers don’t find w hat they’re looking for. Shopping locally is especially important w hen the economy is struggling, as smaller businesses are not alw ays as capable of bearing the brunt of a recession as larger ones.

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whoever received it had just opened it and kept it. You have restored my faith in the goodness of people! Many thanks!

You saved Mother’s Day! Many thanks to the kind person who

received my Macy's package in error on 5/9, and delivered it to my home in Batavia. My address had been cut off, and I have no idea where the Post Office actually left it. It contained a Mother's Day present from my college-student daughter, who saved several paychecks to buy it for me. We were both feeling terrible after having been notified it had been delivered, but knowing we did not receive it. It must have taken you time and effort to track me down using only a partial name and street address. We were so relieved when my son called and said someone had dropped it off at our side door! I was really afraid it had been stolen, or that

Thank you to 3 out of 4 local nursery programs, who said yes to my 4 year old child to attend their daycare. Even though my child could only attend 2 out of the 3 days/week, they felt it was to my child's benefit to attend for the 2 days, and they would provide me with the day missed so I can teach what they missed. The 3 daycares said 2 days was better than not going at all to advance to kindergarten. A BIG thank you to having my child's well-being first.

Friday the 11th, around 7:30pm I fell down in the Wegmans store entry at the flower area! You came over to make sure I was okay! I was so embarrassed and aggravated with myself, that I didn’t thank you! Please accept my thanks and gratitude for your kindness!

Schlepping your puppy around in a baby sling makes it crystal clear that you are gaming the ADA by claiming your newborn dog is a service animal. It is a pet that you choose to carry around like an infant, taking it out in the checkout of a grocery store. No, the employees can't ask you anything, BUT I CAN! I called you out and I will do so each and every time I

witness people like you taking advantage of a law created to help the truly disabled live full lives. Licking your fingers while you shop for groceries doesn't count as a 'service'. My JD has Yale stamped on it. Your GED didn't help you argue your case very intelligently. How disappointed, unhelpful and morally lacking. On March 19th, late in the afternoon, I was pulling into a local store parking lot when I hit the curb. I parked in the handicap spot. A lady tapped on my window and said "Your wheelchair fell out of your container on the back of your car; it is over there in the parking lot." As she walked towards the store, she turned and also said "your door is open on the container." I wish I had responded to her limited willingness to help, but I missed my opportunity. It is hard to

retrieve a wheelchair from the ground when you only have one leg to stand on. Thanks for the help lady, and to those who drove by while I hopped for my wheels. To the wife who wrote on her husband's behalf regarding the naked neighbor. You put a smile on a lot of faces with that vent, made my husband and I laugh. Sounds like you can't do anything about it and you're probably encouraging her to walk around naked. Stop complaining for your husband. He could just stop looking. We live at the [local apartment complex]. It's hard for us to figure out how [big box store] would allow even a single piece of debris to blow around, let alone the hundreds and hundreds of pieces line the road and the fields. It's a disgrace to our friends that come visit us. It's bad enough

who [big box store] doesn't hire a young person to keep the parking lot free from roving grocery carts but to allow the blowing trash is unacceptable. To my neighbor two houses over who left their dog outside barking at 6:45am and 8am Saturday 04/14 morning: the next time I come home at 2:30am my hand will accidentally slip on the steering wheel horn due to lack of sleep. I can't believe I have seen a Lawn Service Truck on our [Lake] Road twice this Spring. I truly hope it is just for Lawn MOWING. With all the worries of too much Phosphorous in our Finger Lakes they shouldn't be spraying anywhere near the Lake or the watershed areas. Shame on any resident who calls for their spraying services around the water that we drink!

Many thanks sent to Ravens Food Center. You truly are a blessing to the whole community. Every Saturday your smiling faces and good nature feed so many families. Thanks for all you do!! On Monday, April 16th I went to Town & Country Restaurant in Batavia for a late breakfast. When I asked my waitress for the check she told me someone had picked up my check. I didn't know anyone in the restaurant but whoever you are THANK YOU; there are a lot of good people around. THANKS AGAIN. GOD BLESS


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HEMLOCK: 4876 Purcell Road. 5/24-25 (9-5), 5/26 (9-2). MOVING SALE. EVERYTHING MUST GO! Furniture, Antiques, Collectibles, Housewares, 1950s Ford Jubilee Tractor with Brush Hog. Round Oak Table, Lyre Back Chairs, Antique Highchair, Desks, Sofa, Chairs, Stands, Single Bed, Oak Mantel Clock, File Cabinets, Stemware, Hunting Clothes, Tools, Large Garden Cart, treadmill, Recumbent Bike, Dehumidifier, Kirby Cleaner, Large Meat Grinder, Much More. Everything In Excellent Condition. DANSVILLE: 7841 Kysorville- Byersville Rd. Saturday, May 19th, (9-4pm). RAIN OR SHINE! Yard- Garden Equipment/ Tools, Rototiller, Mower, Snowblower, Household Items, Furniture, Much More! GENESEO: 27 Tuscarora Ave. Sat., 5/26 (9-4pm). Jigsaw puzzles, board games, lawn/ garden tools, hand tools, lanterns, X-mas decor, Pyrex, vintage cameras/ accessories, totes, books, vintage items, much more. NO EARLY BIRDS.

Dansville: 9698 Trout Run, May 18th & 19th (9-4) Yard Sale. Futon and Recliner.

Dansville: 108 Crestwood Circle, Saturday, May 19th (9-4) Yard Sale. Antiques, rugs, sewing machine, household decorations, clothing, and more. GENESEO: Route 20A (Lakeville Village). 6/15-16 (9-4pm). MULTI-FAMILY COMMUNITY SALE. Furniture, music, collectibles, clothing, some tools, crafts & much more! LEICESTER: 225 Main Street. 5/25-26 (8-4pm). ANNUAL MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE. Jewelry, clothes for all, sectional, toys, outside furniture, Rumba mop, (2) dorm refrigerators, furniture, chocolate fountain, camera, toaster oven, office chairs, cabinet, scrapbook, too much more to list. WAYLAND: 7149 County Line Road (off Rt. 15 between Springwater and Wayland). Thurs., - Sat., 5/24-26 (104pm). Antiques, furniture, fine glassware, vast salt/ pepper shaker collection, jewelry, railroad lanterns, oil lamps, crocks, milk cans, much, much more, too much to list! Ellen Hainey, 585-314-0089. Dansville: 5 Highland Ave, May 24th & 25th (8-3) Garage Sale. Sliding glass shower doors, dog pen, household items & more.

Attention Shanks Enterprises Inc.

Monday, May 28th Customers Due to Memorial Day Holiday, all Monday residential customers, both refuse & recyclable, will be picked up on

Saturday, May 26th Please have refuse out by 6:00 am. A call back fee will apply if refuse is not out on time or wrong day. The management & staff wish all our customers a safe & happy holiday. Thank You, Shanks Enterprises

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EVERYONE WITH ALS COUNTS (NAPSI)-Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal neurological disease that attacks the nerve cells. It first gained national attention as Lou Gehrig’s disease, named after the famous baseball player who was diagnosed with ALS in 1939. To date, the cause of ALS is unknown, and there is still no known cure. The disease strikes quickly, usually leading to death within two to five years of diagnosis. But every person with ALS has an individual story, and understanding these stories will help researchers ultimately piece together clues about this disease. Ed Tessaro was diagnosed with ALS in 2009. As he learned to cope with this diagnosis, he reflects, “I’ve never considered myself a victim of the disease because I believe in my heart all of us have a wheelchair. In my case, it’s quite literal, but with everything that goes on in my life, I realize that every family has had a crisis.” One of the things that helps him and others with ALS is reaching out for community support and resources. “The ongoing struggle is to encourage newly diagnosed people to come in and talk about their condition. I want to help people learn about the National ALS Registry, clinical trials, and other resources that can provide support and hope.” The National ALS Registry helps gather information from those who are living with this disease. Researchers from all around the world can access the Registry data to help scientists learn more about what causes this disease. Everyone’s story is different, and everyone’s piece of the puzzle is essential. The Registry has found that almost 16,000 persons with ALS live in the United States, as of 2014. It is important to include as many people as possible living with the disease to get the most accurate information. When patients join, it helps give researchers more information. This could lead to a better understanding of the causes of ALS, because learning more about the disease is one step further in the battle to defeat it. Concludes Ed, “It’s tough, but maybe we can fling open a door or two in the next couple of years of research. I’m happy just to stall this thing and get all of us to another chapter in our lives.” If you or someone you care about has ALS, please consider learning more about the National ALS Registry by visiting www.cdc.gov/ALS.

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HEAD START A great educational program for preschool children located at KidStart in Mt. Morris & Dansville. • Head Start is a free, federally funded preschool program for income eligible families. • Head Start is a comprehensive child development program with provision for children with disabilities and for families with severe hardships. • Meals and limited transportation provided. • Still accepting applications for the current 2018 school year. • Currently enrolling for the 2018-2019 school year (must turn 3 years old before 12/1/18) • For more information or to apply in Livingston County, please call...... 585-658-4023

Paid daycare available (birth to 5 at the Mt. Morris location.)

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8 Maple Ave. (585)384-5170 www.cohoctonlibrary.org Hrs.: M 3-7; Tu 10am-7pm; W 1-5pm; Th 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-1pm Bone Builders: Tues. & Thurs. (9am) Free hour long exercise program ages 55+. Story Time: Thurs. (10:30am) - Fun on the Farm Wiggle & Bop! Every Wednesday at 11am Community Creation Station: 5/21 Gnome Homes - Meet at 5pm for a nature walk to collect materials, then build forest homes at the library. Sewing Workshop - Tuesdays (3pm) Fiber Arts Studio - Thursdays (2pm) STEM Story Time: Sat., 5/19 (1pm) In STEM Story time we will use our favorite stories and hands on activities to challenge thinking and problem solving skills. This month we will build Gnome Homes! Arrive early and collect materials on a scavenger hunt around town. Tail Waggin Tutors - Sat., 5/19 (12pm) Chair Yoga: 5/22 (6pm) Memorial Day Parade Bike Decorating: Sat., 5/26 (10am)

Everything is blooming most recklessly; if it were voices instead of colors, there would be an unbelievable shrieking into the heart of the night. ~ Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters of Rainer Maria Rilke

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Learn about cataracts to see more clearly Many people take their vision for granted until a problem arises that affects their ability to see. While certain conditions may occur suddenly, others develop more gradually and may not even be noticeable until the problem has progressed significantly. Cataracts are a common vision problem that is often associated with aging. The National Eye Institute says that, by age 80, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery. Prevent Blindness America says there are more cases of cataracts worldwide than there are of glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy combined. The American Optometric Association defines a cataract as a cloudy or opaque area in the normally clear lens of the eye. Depending on its size, cataracts can interfere with normal vision. They typically occur in people over the age of 55. A cataract can be present in one or both eyes. The lens is responsible for helping to focus light or an image on the retina. In a healthy lens, fluid and protein are arranged in a precise way that keeps the lens clear, offers NEI. However, as one ages, the protein may clump together and start to cloud a small area of the lens. Over time, this clouding may grow. Researchers also suspect there are other causes to cataracts, such as smoking or diabetes. In addition, wear and tear on the lens can develop into cataract clouding. Significant alcohol consumption, UV radiation, eye surgery, and high myopia also may contribute to cataract formation. All About Vision says the types of cataracts include: • Subcapsular cataract, which occurs at the back of the lens; • Nuclear cataract, which forms deep in the central zone of the lens; and • Cortical cataract, which starts as white opacities in the periphery of the lens and then grows inward.

The Mayo Clinic advises that there are no known methods to prevent cataracts or slow their progression. But choosing a healthy diet full of antioxidants, quitting bad habits like smoking, managing diabetes, and having regular eye examinations can help. It’s also a good idea to wear sunglasses that block against UVA and UVB light when outdoors. Cataracts can cause blurring of vision and even make it difficult to see in bright conditions. Colors may seem faded, night vision may be adversely affected and glare may be problematic. The AOA says that early cataracts typically are not treated and changes to prescriptions may provide temporary visual improvement. If a cataract progresses to the point that it affects one’s ability to perform everyday tasks, surgery in which an artificial lens replaces the natural lens may be necessary. Learn more about cataracts by visiting www.nei.nih.gov, www.aoa.org, or www.allaboutvision.com.

LVCO Senior Nutrition Program Avon (585) 226-6353 • Dansville (585) 335-8130

WEEK OF 5/21-5/25/18 Monday:** Pork Ribbette w/ BBQ Sauce Hamburger Roll Mashed Potatoes w/ Chives Zucchini & Summer Squash Tapioca Pudding **No Meal Served at Avon Site Today Tuesday: Beef Stew w/ Vegetables Biscuit, Green Beans, Fresh Orange Wednesday: Breaded Chicken Breast w/ Gravy Rice Pilaf, Broccoli Apple Juice, Tropical Fruit Cup

Thursday: Meatloaf w/ Gravy AuGratin Potatoes Seasoned Spinach Wheat Dinner Roll Peach Bavarian Friday:*** Sahlen’s Hot Dog w/ Baked Beans Hot Dog Roll Carrots Cauliflower Orange Gelatin w/ Pineapple ***No Meal Served at Dansville Site Today


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CASTILE Wildlife Educators Coalition (WEC) Wildlife Festival and Vendor Fair at Letchworth State Park. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 10am-4pm. This is a FREE FAMILY FESTIVAL and is being held at the Humphrey Nature Center, 1 Letchworth State Park, Castile. Kids of all ages will be introduced to and entertained by a variety of exotic animals. http:// www.rocwildlife.com

COHOCTON Zion Lutheran Cemetery Annual Meeting - The annual meeting will be held on Monday, May 21 at 7PM. Meeting will be held at the home of Rod and Mary Lindsey, 63137 Rt. 415, Cohocton, NY. Lot owners and family are invited to attend.

DANSVILLE Saturday Art Club: June 2 - Triptychs: Using collage and markers, students will create three-panel compositions. The Merode Altarpiece, work by Francis Bacon, and photographs by Andrew Bartram are examples we will view with an eye to helping students explore their own piece and begin to understand the challenges of creating compositions which will work separately and together. $15pp/ workshop; $25 2 people/workshop; supplies included. Recommended age 10 & up. Sessions run 10:45am-noon, Dansville ArtWorks Community Arts Center, 153 Main St. Register/pay in advance. Credit/ debit accepted. www. dansvilleartworks.com. Dansville United Methodist Church - United Methodist Women (5 Chestnut Ave.) - Come join us!! SATURDAY, MAY 19 for our BAKE SALE from 9am-til’, in front of the church and our Dogwood Lunch Special! PULLED PORK LUNCH $5 Includes sandwich, chips, dessert & drink. Serving from 11am to 3pm. HOPE Luncheon: Free Of Charge. Open To All. Join us on Saturday, May 26th, 11:30-1pm at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 25 Clara Barton St., Dansville. www. stpetersdanville.org.

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Fourth Annual DCS Wall of Pride Induction - Call for nominations for the 4th Annual DCS Wall of Pride October Induction. Please submit nominations by May 31, 2018 on forms obtained at the Dansville Central School District Office or at www.dansvillecsd.org under Community tab, Foundation for Dansville Education. Nominations shall be accepted based on the Wall of Pride Mission Statement: ”to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding Dansville High School graduates, Dansville Central School educators, and members of our school community.“ Indian Storytelling & Communications History - Thursday, June 7, 2018 at 6:30pm. Program: History of communications by storytelling among the local tribes. Presented by: Seeker. Held at North Dansville Town Hall, 14 Clara Barton St., Dansville. Donations are gratefully accepted, DAHS membership forms will be available. Sponsored by: Dansville Area Historical Society. See us on Facebook. The Dansville Museum, 14 Church St., Dansville. Open houses first and third Saturdays of each month. 10-2pm Admission is Free. NA Meetings at the Dansville Free Methodist Church. 25 Franklin St., Dansville. Meets every Tuesday & Friday at 7pm. Info: 585-335-3898. NA Meetings at Noyes Hospital, 111 Clara Barton St., Dansville. Meets every Sunday at 7pm in the downstairs conference room. Dansville Lions Invites The Public To The 12th Annual Jack Welcher Memorial Golf Tournament. Four Man SCRAMBLE. Friday, June 22 at 8am or 1pm (Rain or Shine). Registration at 7am and 12pm. Held at Brae Burn Golf Club, Dansville. Entry Fee: $75/person. Includes: Greens fee, cart, Dinner at the Rod & Gun: NY strip steak dinner, team prizes, beverage tickets, individual prizes and door prizes! All profits to Lions Projects in Great Dansville Area. Contact: Gary Hedges at GDH681@yahoo. com.

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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MOUNT MORRIS Kids to Parks Day! (Sunday, May 27th, 11am-4pm). Come on down to Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area for some family fun to kick-off the summer. A FREE family event! All are welcome! For details contact the Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area Visitor Center at 585-658-4790. Event location: Mount Morris Dam and Recreation Area, 6103 Visitor Center Rd. in Mount Morris, (located 2 miles south of Mount Morris off of Rt 408S/Chapel St). Amy’s (Appleby) Memorial Walk - Please join us on June 9th at 10am for a Memorial Walk at the Mount Morris Dam in remembrance of Amy Appleby. If you would like more information check the go-fund me page https://www. gofundme.com/amy-appleby039smemorial-walk. Please consider a donation which will be for her two minor daughters age 16 and 19. There will be an online basket sale and a ball cap sale as well. You can email me at tjkenyon@juno.com.

WAYLAND Drive-Thru Hoagie Sale on Saturday, May 19th at the Wayland United Methodist Church Parking Lot, 1 East Ave. 11am until gone! All hoagies are $5 with a choice of Turkey or Italian. Drive Through and get some great hoagies lightning fast!

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Benefit Spaghetti Dinner for 10 year old Maelee Hagadone Maelee goes to Wayland Cohocton and is in 4th grade. Maelee was diagnosed with Leukemia in February 2018. Spaghetti Dinner - Saturday, June 16, 1-7pm, Wayland American Legion, 102 North Main St. $10 per person. Includes: Spaghetti, Rolls, Salad, and Fruit. There will be: Basket Raffles, 50/50, and Lottery Boards. Entertainment: Gemini and JC and the Outlaws. Gemini is the host band. Information: 585-245-2869. Dinner tickets available at the door or in advance. Loon Lake Wetland Preserve Open House - Treasures of the Wetland Preserve. *Wetland Guided Walking Tours. *Prescription Drug Drop. *Loon Lake Finds (hand crafted and restored items) Silent Auction. Saturday, May 26, 2-4pm, Loon Lake Wetland Preserve, Rte 21 and Chapel Road, Wayland. http:// loonlakesteubenny.com.

YORK York Fire Department Field Days June 1 & 2, 2018. Fireman’s Parade at 7pm on Friday, June 2. Chicken BBQ at 4pm on Saturday, June 3. “One More Reunion” will play on Friday from 9pm to 1am and “Audibull” on Saturday from 8pm to Midnight. Fun, food, games at York Fire Department grounds on York Road West behind the fire hall.


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Movie Info: 585-335-6950 • StarTheatreDansville.com • Management: 585-739-3841

West Sparta Town Park Pavilion 8302 Kysorville-Byersville Road, West Sparta

Bring a picnic supper and enjoy a FREE concert of Irish and American folk and dance music in our picnic pavilion. This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on The Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Genesee Valley Council on The Arts at the Livingston Arts Center, a member supported organization.

WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS.

M ort& The InnerTubes Saturday, M ay 19th

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$5.00 COVER

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HOW TO BE MORE COURTEOUS WHILE DINING OUT Clean up after yourself and children. If your party makes a big mess or a child gets sick or spills something, make an effort to clean up the table.

Mouth-Watering Stuffed Mushrooms Prep Time: 45 min Servings: 6 12 whole fresh mushrooms, washed 1 T. vegetable oil 1 T. garlic, minced 1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened 1/4 c. grated Parmesan cheese 1/4 t. ground black pepper 1/4 t. onion powder 1/4 t. ground cayenne pepper Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Carefully break off mushroom stems and chop until extremely fine. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add mushroom stems and garlic and fry until no moisture remains, taking care not to burn garlic. Set aside to cool. Combine cream cheese, Parmesan cheese, black pepper, onion powder and cayenne pepper. Stuff each mushroom cap with cheese mixture and arrange on a greased cookie sheet. Bake for 20 minutes, or until mushrooms are piping hot and liquid starts to form under caps.


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Bobby Gardner Racing

Make Parkinson’s

SPONSORSHIP PARTY 2018

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Sunday, May 20th Par-Keys Lounge 7290 State Rt. 256 • Scottsburg

• 12pm Start

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Saturday, May 26th Team Griff 5k for Parkinson’s Awareness Walk/Run at Canaseraga Central School. Registration begins at 7:30am Register at happilyrunning.com/pages/teamgriff.

Pulled Pork, Salt Potatoes, Mac ‘n Cheese, Cornbread

Starting at noon at the Canaseraga Village Park Laser Tag, Bounce House and Concession Stand Live Music by Meat Cutters Union •␣2:30pm til 6:30pm

Saturday, May 27th Canaseraga Village Park- Classic Car Show 11am-3pm. Registration starts at 9am, Call Jena, 607-661-2490 for more info. Vendor/Craft Show 11am-3pm •␣Concession Stand 11am-3pm

Saturday, May 28th

LOCAL DINING SPOTS FOSTER COMMUNITY Crowd control: Local restaurants tend to be smaller and more intimate than many chain restaurants. This can translate into a calm dining experience. When crowds are small, the noise level inside the restaurant may be muted and service may be fast because there aren’t as many tables to serve. Furthermore, local establishments, although concerned about making a profit, may be less worried about table turnover rate, preferring to let diners linger if it means repeat business.

Chicken BBQ, Canaseraga Fire Hall • 11am-2pm • $10 Each

IDEAS FOR FAST AND EASY ENTERTAINING Freshly squeeze juice. Use a sturdy pair of tongs to squeeze all of the juice out of lemons, limes and oranges for fresh juice or lemonade.

Com eChill w ith U s! Happy Hour & Delicious Specials

• Large Menu • Happy Hours • Weekly Food Specials • Big Screen TV’s • Special Events Space

Gift Certificates Available

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS

BONELESS CHIX WINGS *Eat In Only, 5-8PM

D on’t forget our Monday Night Wings, Taco Tuesdays & Friday Fish Fry!

Hrs.: Sun. 12pm12am; M.-Thurs. 11am-12am; Fri.-Sat. 11am-2am

7290 State Rte 256 •␣Scottsburg 585-335-5041 • par-keys.com

A tten tion Moose Members starting June 1st

Fish Fry

New Hours are 4:30 to 7:00pm

Dansville Moose Lodge 6 Main Street • Dansville, NY 14437

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Be A Host-a-Racer! Fairport, NY will host an overnight stop on the

2018 Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty, Saturday, June 23. The Great Race, the world’s premier old car rally, will bring 120 of the world’s finest antique automobiles to town for the $150,000 event, with the first car rolling onto South Main Street downtown starting at 4:30 p.m.

Teams and cars from Japan, England, Germany, Canada and every corner of the United States will be participating in their vintage automobiles dating back as far as 1913. “There are more than 500 people just in our entourage from all around the world taking part in this incredible adventure,” director Jeff Stumb said. Along the route, competitors will travel through four states - New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine - and two Canadian provinces - New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The Great Race, which began 35 years ago, is not a speed race, but a time/speed/distance rally. The vehicles, each with a driver and navigator, are given precise instructions each day that detail every move down to the second. They are scored at secret check points along the way and are penalized one second for each second either early or late. As in golf, the lowest score wins. Cars start - and hopefully finish - one minute apart if all goes according to plan. The biggest part of the challenge other than staying on time and following the instructions is getting an old car to the finish line each day, organizers say. Each stop on the Great Race is free to the public and spectators will be able to visit with the participants and to look at the cars for several hours. It is common for kids to climb in the cars for a firsthand look. For more info, go to www.greatrace.com or contact Jeff Stumb at jeff@greatrace.com or 423-648-8542.

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Overnight Cities Lunch Cities

The Great Race “Host-a-Racer” program is your opportunity to meet, greet and guide racers who have come to Fairport as they travel. Welcome them to our region and direct them to local attractions, dining areas and landmarks. Get close to the action, mingle and dine with racers as they finish day one. Help them with their needs as you share your knowledge and love of cars with them. Your sponsorship includes: • Great Race Host-a-Racer T-shirt • Dinner with your racer • Making a lifetime of memories Responsibilities: • Meet, greet and guide racers while in Fairport • Attend a pre-event Host-a-Racer meeting: Fairport Masonic Lodge, 87 S. Main St., Fairport - Thurs., June 14, 7pm • Must be available from 4pm-8pm day of event • Must be over 18 years of age • Working knowledge of motor vehicles and the Village of Fairport helpful • Greet your assigned car at the finish line and follow to its parking area • Provide directions to restrooms, dining areas and other needs racers may have Host Fee: $50.00 per person

Yes! I would like to Host-a-Racer! Name: Address: City/State/Zip: Cell Phone:

Home Phone:

Email: Business/Corp. S

Circle T-Shirt Size: M L XL

XXL

Send completed form to: Howard Sharp, 40 N. Main St., Fairport, NY 14450 Please make checks payable to: Lowell Twitchell. Note “Great Race” in memo area.

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I need a home

By Appointment Only, Monday - Saturday. Early morning drop off & late evening pickups offered. $5.00 Nails - Also By Appointment Only

2 Seward St. Ext. Dansville

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Sugar is a 6 month old sweet girl and Spice is a year old sweet boy who was her protector when they were outside. Come see them this weekend at our adoption center 67 Genesee St. in Avon. Humane Society of Livingston County

(585) 234-2828 hslclivny1987@gmail.com

Dog Grooming by appt. Self Serve Pet Washing Pet Boarding (w/45 ft. individual runs)

Dog Daycare Certified Professional Groomer

Penny Saver Pet of the Week

By Appointment

Royal “Keller”

Seniors save 10% on grooming service

is a yellow Lab with a heart of gold. She loves solar eclipses and going on boating vacations with the family. Sleeping in the sun and playing water sports with all her cousins are a special treat. Mascot of the office on work days. She loves everyone, no guard dog here, just love!!!

585-335-9211 4443 Stoner Hill Rd., West Sparta

Cats are stealth and lovable but somewhat unpredictable. Ancient Egyptians revered cats for their companionship and ability to keep dangerous creatures such as poisonous snakes, rats and scorpions at bay. The Egyptians were among the first peoples to domesticate cats, and now thousands upon thousands of people share their homes with feline companions.

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

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Spring Car Show Saturday, May 19th Reg. 8am-12 • Awards 3pm

Wayland United Methodist Church Parking Lot - 11am Until Gone All Hoagies Are $5.00 Choice of Turkey or Italian

Drive thru and get some great hoagies... lightning fast!

•Dash Plaques to First 100 Vehicles • 56 Trophies • Door Prizes

Rt. 14A • Penn Yan

Cruize’n Tim e Car Show s

$10 Reg. Day of Show for Show Vehicles Rain or Shine

O’Brien’s

TRIVIA TEST

Septic, Portable Toilets and Restroom Trailers Toilets for: Weddings, big or small events, construction, golf courses, campsites, weekend outings, ball fields, farms

By Fifi Rodriguez 1. INVENTION: When was the nylon-bristle toothbrush invented? 2. HISTORY: By what other name was the French military leader Joan of Arc known? 3. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What color is the famous Hope Diamond? 4. U.S. STATES: What is the capital of Kansas? 5. TELEVISION: What was the theme song to the 1970s cop show

GVPS ONLINE POLL: In preparation for the June 1st acceptance of girls into their membership, The Boy Scouts of America announced that it will drop the “boy” from its namesake program and become known as Scouts BSA. What is your opinion of the move to accept girls into the organization?

“Baretta”? 6. BIBLE: Who are the only two angels to be directly named in the Bible? 7. GEOGRAPHY: What is the name of the main mountain range where Mount Everest is located? 8. MEDICAL: What area of the body is affected by bursitis? 9. LANGUAGE: What is an elision? 10. ENTERTAINERS: For what crime was actress Sophia Loren jailed in 1982?

• Girls have their own organization – The Girl Scouts – with programs tailored to their interests. That is the group girls should belong to. • All children should have access to the same opportunities regardless of gender. • Merge the two scouting groups, that will solve the problem! Poll Ends: 05/22/18

Vote at: www.gvpennysaver.com Poll Results: 05/15/18 How do you feel about this potential influx of immigrants from Central America into the U.S.? • These immigrants will create an undue burden on our economy. They should be sent back to their native country. – 46.2% • We are a diverse country comprised of people from many cultures and they should be welcomed as immigrants have been throughout our history. – 30.7% • If they are truly in danger, they should be allowed to enter the country if standard immigration policies are followed. – 23.1%

•␣Vacuum pumping of septics • Repair/Installation

585-766-1221 • 585-335-9466 www.obrienseptic.com Proud to be a Certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise

COMMUNITY

SPOTLIGHT Make Parkinson’s a Walk in the Park Saturday, May 26th Team Griff 5K Walk/Run Canaseraga Village Park Starts at Noon Live music from The Meat Cutters Union Register at happilyrunning.com/teamgriff5k

Sunday, May 27th Classic Car Show Vendor/ Craft Fair Concession Stand

Monday, May 28th Chicken BBQ Canaseraga Fire Hall 11am - 2pm $10/ ticket Proceeds support Hornell Area Parkinson’s Support Group More information check out our Facebook page Partyin’ for Parkinson’s/Team GRIFF

c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc. 10. Tax evasion 9. Omission of a sound or syllable 8. The joints 7. The Himalayas 6. Michael and Gabriel 5. “Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow” 4. Topeka 3. Blue 2. The Maid of Orleans 1. 1938, by Dupont Answers


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Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2017 Wayland Village NY5001220 Wayland Water District NY 5030113 15 Main Street • Wayland, NY 14572 INTRODUCTION To comply with State regulations, Wayland Village, will be issuing an annual report describing the quality of your drinking water. The purpose of this report is to raise your understanding of drinking water and awareness of the need to protect our drinking water sources. Last year, your tap water met all State drinking water health standards. We are proud to report that our system did not violate a maximum contaminant level or any other water quality standard. This report provides an overview of last year’s water quality. Included are details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to State standards. If you have any questions about this report or concerning your drinking water, please contact Mat McCarthy, Water Treatment Plant Operator, at 585-728-2836. We want you to be informed about your drinking water. If you want to learn more, please attend any of our regularly scheduled village board meetings held the second Monday of each month at the Village Office, 15 Main Street, Wayland, NY. WHERE DOES OUR WATER COME FROM? In general, the sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activities. Contaminants that may be present in source water include: microbial contaminants; inorganic contaminants; pesticides and herbicides; organic chemical contaminants; and radioactive contaminants. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the State and the EPA prescribe regulations which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The State Health Department’s and the FDA’s regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water which must provide the same protection for public health. Our water system serves approximately 1893 residents in the Village through 850 service connections and approximately 95 residents through 44 service connections in the Town Water District. Our water source consists of a groundwater well (North Well) on Milliman Street and a second groundwater well (South Well) at the south end of the Village. The water is treated with sodium hypochlorite prior to distribution. In fall of 2014 the Village installed approx. 3,800 linear feet of 12” PVC water main, replacing the old 4” inch cast iron main. In Spring of 2015 the North and South wells were updated with new Sodium Hypochlorite disinfection equipment and Mag Meters to accurately account for water produced. The Village is currently standardizing consumer meters by updating all of its customers meters, the project is 90% complete. In 2017 The MRB Group completed an Engineering report regarding our systems deficiencies and means of improvements. Currently we are in the process of putting together a comprehensive water project to correct those deficiencies noted in the Engineering report. We are very excited about these improvements and look forward to the upcoming project. A Source Water Assessment summary will be included in this report when the data is available from the NYS Department of Health. ARE THERE CONTAMINANTS IN OUR DRINKING WATER? As the State regulations require, we routinely test your drinking water for numerous contaminants. These contaminants include: total coliform, turbidity, inorganic compounds, nitrate, nitrite, lead and copper, volatile organic compounds, total trihalomethanes, haloacetic acids, radiological and synthetic organic compounds. The table presented depicts which compounds were detected in your drinking water. The State allows us to test for some contaminants less than once per year because the concentrations of these contaminants do not change frequently. Some of our data, though representative, are more than one year old. It should be noted that all drinking water, including bottled drinking water, may be reasonably expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the EPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791) or the New York * – The level presented represents the 90th percentile State Department of Health -Hornell District of the total number of samples collected. Office at 607-324-8371.


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Definitions: Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL): The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible. Maximum Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG): The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs allow for a margin of safety. Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level (MRDL): The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants. Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG): The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contamination. Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements which a water system must follow. Treatment Technique (TT): A required process intended to reduce the level of a contaminant in drinking water. Non-Detects (ND): Laboratory analysis indicates that the constituent is not present. Milligrams per liter (mg/l): Corresponds to one part of liquid in one million parts of liquid (parts per million - ppm). Micrograms per liter (ug/l): Corresponds to one part of liquid in one billion parts of liquid (parts per billion - ppb). Nanograms per liter (ng/l): Corresponds to one part of liquid to one trillion parts of liquid (parts per trillion - ppt). Picograms per liter (pg/l): Corresponds to one part per of liquid to one quadrillion parts of liquid (parts per quadrillion - ppq). Picocuries per liter (pCi/L): A measure of the radioactivity in water. Millirems per year (mrem/yr): A measure of radiation absorbed by the body Million Fibers per Liter (MFL): A measure of the presence of asbestos fibers that are longer than 10 micrometers WHAT DOES THIS INFORMATION MEAN? As you can see by the table, our system had no MCL violations. We have learned through our testing that some contaminants have been detected; however, these contaminants were detected below the level allowed by the State. If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women, infants, and young children. It is possible that lead levels at your home may be higher than at other homes in the community as a result of materials used in your home’s plumbing. The Village of Wayland is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water for drinking or cooking. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on lead in drinking water, testing methods, and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (1-800426-4791) or at http://www.epa.gov/safewater/lead. Nitrate As you can see by the table, our system had no violations, but we have learned through our testing that some contaminants have been detected; however, these contaminants were detected below New York State requirements. Although nitrate averages detected at Well # 1 and Well # 2 was at 5.73 mg/L and 0.51 mg/L were lower than the MCL, some individual samples were detected at greater than one-half of the MCL. Therefore, we are required to present the following information on nitrate in drinking water: “Nitrate in drinking water at levels above 10 mg/l is a health risk for infants of less than six months of age. High nitrate levels in drinking water can cause blue baby syndrome. Nitrate levels may rise quickly for short periods of time because of rainfall or agricultural activity. If you are caring for an infant, you should ask for advice from your health care provider.” IS OUR WATER SYSTEM MEETING OTHER RULES THAT GOVERN OPERATIONS? During 2017, our system was in compliance with applicable State drinking water monitoring and reporting requirements. DO I NEED TO TAKE SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS? Although our drinking water met or exceeded state and federal regulations, some people may be more vulnerable to disease causing microorganisms or pathogens in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised persons such as persons with cancer undergoing chemotherapy, persons who have undergone organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly, and infants can be particularly at risk from infections. These people should seek advice from their health care provider about their drinking water. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by Cryptosporidium, Giardia and other microbial pathogens are available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791). WHY SAVE WATER AND HOW DO WE AVOID WASTING IT? Although our system has an adequate amount of water to meet present and future demands, there are a number of reasons why it is important to conserve water: • Saving water saves energy and some of the costs associated with both of these necessities of life; • Saving water reduces the cost of energy required to pump water and the need to construct costly new wells, pumping systems and water towers; and • Saving water lessens the strain on the water system during a dry spell or drought, helping to avoid severe water use restrictions so that essential fire fighting needs are met. You can play a role in conserving water by becoming conscious of the amount of water your household is using, and by looking for ways to use less whenever you can. It is not hard to conserve water. Conservation tips include: • Automatic dishwashers use 15 gallons for every cycle, regardless of how many dishes are loaded. So get a run for your money and load it to capacity. • Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth. • Check every faucet in your home for leaks. Just a slow drip can waste 15 to 20 gallons a day. Fix it and you can save almost 6,000 gallons per year. • Check your toilets for leaks by putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank, watch for a few minutes to see if the color shows up in the bowl. It is not uncommon to lose up to 100 gallons a day from one of these otherwise invisible toilet leaks. Fix it and you save more than 30,000 gallons a year. CLOSING Thank you for allowing us to continue to provide your family with quality drinking water this year. In order to maintain a safe and dependable water supply we sometimes need to make improvements that will benefit all of our customers. The costs of these improvements may be reflected in the rate structure. Rate adjustments may be necessary in order to address these improvements. We ask that all our customers help us protect our water sources, which are the heart of our community. Please call our office if you have questions (585) 728-2800. Sincerely, Mat McCarthy


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G.I. TUBE FEEDING BAG & STAND with supplies. Brand-new in unopened boxes. Can deliver to you if need be: 585-749-4705 TOSHIBA THEATERVIEW CABLE COMPATIBLE PROJECTION TV, 42”x50” Screen. Pick up requested. Used very little: 585-394-6446 COLLECTION OF NEWSPAPERS, mostly Democrat and Chronicle: Major news such as moon landing, presidential elections, etc. Historical, educational value: jrobortella@rochester.rr.com WINE BOTTLES. Washed and rinsed. All 750ml size. You pick up in Pittsford: 585-641-0340 TREES FOR CUTTING FOR FIREWOOD. Looking to clear a very large parcel of land. Needs to be done ASAP. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS - Furniture, knickknacks, odds and ends, everything needs to go: 585-358-8944

BRICKS OR PAVERS in good condition needed. Will pick up: bettyann@frontiernet.net XBOX or Wii to view Netflix, DEHUMIDIFIER, CONVERTER for TV: 585-309-3985 5,000 BTU WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER: 585-409-6477 WHERE TO GO HAVE OLD DOCUMENTS/ PHOTOS DESTROYED at no cost, and watch as they are destroyed: suee@frontiernet.net HANDICAP RAMP needed temporarily for surgical patient. Will pick up and bring back: jndallen1@yahoo.com

SMALL QUANTITY OF LUMBER & 1⁄4” SHEET ROCK. Henrietta: 585-487-6411

WILD HORSERADISH in the Hornell, Hartford, Dansville, Warsaw or surrounding area: 585-298-7664

4-PERSON HOT TUB. You pick up: 585-315-5201

PATIO BRICKS/PAVERS in good condition: 585-734-7971

19” RCA TELEVISION. You pick up: 585-762-8625 DVD PLAYER: 585-409-6477 1982 STARCRAFT 16’. Ran 2 years ago. Good shape: 585-732-8410 WEIGHT BENCH, no weights: dianethompson744@gmail.com

CLEAN BLANKETS, MATTRESS PADS, SHEETS, COMFORTERS, BATTING, etc. in any condition to fill quilts which are donated to missions: 585-948-5036 BRICKS or PAVERS. Will pick up: emagiauna@gmail.com

PORTABLE TVS in good condition. One – 16” diag. Samsung. One – 20” diag. Emerson: 585-259-3937 CRAFTSMAN RIDING LAWN TRACTOR & 6.75 HP SELF-PROPELLED LAWN MOWER for repair or for parts. You pick up: 585-229-4812 12 CEMENT PAVERS. Penfield area: caseybrooklyn1024@gmail.com

One used LAPTOP for a ministry center in Kenya. New Life Ministries Africa, Inc. http://www.newlifeministriesafrica.org/: brewermm@gmail.com JOHN JAKES KENT FAMILY CHRONICLES #3 “The Seekers” & #8 “The Americans” in good condition: djsbuick@aol.com

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Rochester Concrete & Block Heavy Duty Truck Mechanic 3 Years Experience, Year Round Work! Boom Truck Operator and Ready Mix Concrete Driver Experience Necessary! Medical Ins., 401K, Vacation and Competitive Salary E-mail resume or application to: jobs@cranesville.com or fax 518-627-9172 • www.cranesville.com

• Auto Glass Tech

Auto Tech Full Time Must have driver’s license, inspection license and own tools. Apply in person 4554 Rt. 63 • Geneseo 585-243-2596

Experience a plus but not necessary. 401K health care package.

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

Industrial Cleaner Full time day shift, Monday through Friday, 6am-2pm. Starting pay $11.50/hour with benefits, paid holidays and vacation. Part-time position also available. apply online at: www.abm.com/careers

Construction Equipment Mechanic Good Pay & Benefits We’re seeking

Motivated Mechanics for our fast growing construction equipment rental company. Individuals should be experienced in all phases of repair and operation on construction equipment ranging from small power tools to large earth-moving machines.

• Competitive salary based on experience • Paid sick & vacation leave • Health benefits • 401k Clean and safe facility - must have own tools.

Apply in person • NO PHONE CALLS

The DUKE Company Dansville Location

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General Flatwork Masons Knowledge of forming, pouring and finishing. Must own and bring tool belt and tools every day. Able to operate a skidsteer is a plus, but not required. Valid NYS Driver’s License required. Health insurance benefits. Pay based on experience. Call

585-202-2334

HIRING FOR ALL POSITIONS • Residential/Shop Glass Installers • Residential/Frameless Glass Shower Installers • Auto Glass Technicians • Commercial Glazier • Commercial Estimator • Commercial Project Managers • Office Personnel Customer First Attitude

Experience a plus. Valid driver’s license a must. 401K, health care package.

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

LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVER - FULL TIME SALARY RANGE: $60,000 + a year RETENTION BONUS PROGRAM Full-time employment opportunities for CDL-A driver for current and future openings. Duties consist of delivering to McDonald’s restaurants in New York State. No layovers. Must be willing to work in the warehouse when not driving. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including weekends. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Excellent medical, dental and retirement benefits package! 18+ months driving experience preferred. Go to www.anderson-dubose.com to apply online or stop by Monday through Friday, 8 AM-5 PM.

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7th-12th Grade Principal Anticipated Start Date: July 1, 2018 Application Deadline: June 8, 2018 Must possess NYS Building Level Certification Apply online at www.olasjobs.org WAYS ESTABLISHED PROFESSIONALS CAN IMPROVE THEIR RÉSUMÉS Rather than focusing on job responsibilities at each job you held, gear the résumé around what you achieved in each position. This will help identify how you performed in the position, instead of just a general retelling of what you did. It can be challenging to achieve this for jobs that don’t naturally lend themselves to numerically quantitative results (i.e., increased department sales by 15 percent), but it’s still possible to use a résumé to illustrate your achievements. Rather than state that you were responsible for providing customer service, explain that you built your reputation on conveying difficult technical terms to the layperson, serving as the go-to employee for translating job jargon for outside correspondence. If you have quantitative proof of how you accomplished something, certainly add it. This can include measures of profit growth, reduction of debt or increase in customer base.


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6.58 acre lot has scenic view of valley and is close to the village.

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