Page 1

PRST STD ECRWSS US POSTAGE PAID Genesee Valley Publications Postal Customer

Warm Up This Winter With


Minimum order of 12.

Call us today! 1-800-836-3652

Starting at ONLY

10 ea.


Any style.

The Fairport-Perinton Edition

(585) 377-1411 • (866) 812-8111

Februar y 17, 2017

SPRING Window & Door Sale

24 mo. Interest-Free Financing For Qualified Applicants


Buy 4 WINDOWS Get 1


Up to $3,000 for complete homes.


20% OFF Up to $1,000 OFF


With complete siding. Up to $2,000 Value

Cameron Windows & Doors 248-3000

Serving the community for over 17 years. “A+” Rated by BBB • Over 7,500 Satisfied Customers Fully Insured • Free Estimates

Pittsford, NY •


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 2



Items For Sale Rocker Recliner plush beige. $50 Call between 11am-7pm. 585-223-8438. KING-SIZE BED, brass headboard; Victorian loveseat; Cherry drop-leaf table; (4) Robinson chairs, cane seats; lift-top coffee table. Call between 11am-7pm, 585-223-8438.

Table of Contents Art & Soul .............................Page 22 Auto Section ...............................Page 8 Brighter/Vent .............................Page 29

CHAPPELLS JUNK YARD: Free towing of your junk cars, truck, vans. Up to $500 cash. Up to $5000 for newer models. 585-394-9450.

STEVE´S MASONRY AND FIREPLACE SERVICES: Brick, block, concrete, stamped concrete, chimney repairs, foundations, brick and stone veneers. 585-309-4295.

GUN SHOW - Ridgeway VFD, 11392 Ridge Rd., Medina. Saturday, February 25, 9-4, Sunday, February 26, 9-3.

DONATE TIMESHARES Cars or Real Estate. Fast and Easy. Tax Deductible. Call Today! 1-800-363-6319 DonateTS.COM.

MARAL ELECTRIC LLC: Commercial/ Residential. Licensed/ Insured. 25yrs experience. FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRICAL NEEDS! All Major Credit Cards Accepted. 585-490-3607.

HOUSE CLEANING: Husband/ Wife team spotlessly cleans home/apartment weekly, biweekly. Over 20 years experience. Excellent references. Diane, 585-787-9787.

Classifieds For Sale ...............................Page 2 Dining and Entertainment ...............................Page 5 Employment Opportunities .............................Page 31

Welcome Mike! 20+ Years Auto Repair

Garage Sales .............................Page 12

Oil Change $ 1995 Semi-Synthetic $ 4795 Full Synthetic

Give and Take .............................Page 19

Includes 46-point inspection. GM Dexos $31.20.

Health & Clinical Trials .............................Page 13

*Must present coupon before job is cashed out. Most cars/light trucks. Oil change includes up to 5 quarts of motor oil and new oil filter. Special order (not in stock) filters may cost more. Cannot combine with any other offers. One coupon per visit. Expires 2/28/17.

Home Services .............................Page 24

Repairs or Maintenance

Just for Kids .............................Page 16 Pet Place .............................Page 18 Puzzle Answers .............................Page 30

10 OFF - $100 or more. 20 OFF - $200 or more. $ 30 OFF - $300 or more.



• 2-year, 24,000 mile warranty • 100% customer satisfaction • No surprises - all work must be approved by you. • Loaner car (must qualify)

Excludes tires and batteries. One coupon per visit. Exp. 2/28/17.

State Inspection



One coupon per visit. Exp. 2/28/17.

Real Estate .............................Page 23 Senior Center .............................Page 11

21 Years - Owned Locally Mon.-Fri. 7-5; Sat. 8-4

Our Office Hours Monday-Thursday; 8:30am-5:00pm Friday; 8:30am-3:00pm

68 O’Connor Rd. · Fairport, NY



Page 3

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111



Prices effective Monday, Feb. 20th-Sunday, Feb. 26th, 2017 Hrs.: Mon.-Sat. 8am-8pm Sun. 8am-6pm


119 West Commercial St. •␣East Rochester Follow us on Twitter @villagefairinc

We reserve the right to limit quantities.









Whole, White







¢ 2 lb. bag


8 oz.

5 lb.

GROCERY Upstate Farms 2%



Cream Cheese

⁄2 gal.



Extra Wide

Cake Mixes

Egg Noodles









15.25 oz.


Taco Dinner Kit





8 oz.



Hot Pockets

10 oz.

9 oz.


Village Fair’s

Microwave Popcorn


Clams Casino





12 oz.

9.9 oz.

79 6 pc. pkg.


Chuck Roast



Whole, All Natural, Boneless

Short Ribs

Pork Loin








USDA Choice, Bone-in

Ribeye Steaks





USDA Choice, Boneless

Cut To Order, Smoked

English Roast

Pork Chops








Fresh, Ground Daily

Lean, Tender

Frozen, All Natural

Meatloaf Mix

Stew Beef

Soup Chickens











Tilapia Fillets

Haddock Fillets




5.49 lb.


7.49 lb.


6.49 lb.

Lacy Swiss

8.49 lb.


7.79 lb.

Pepper Jack

8.49 lb.

Italian Blend

7.69 lb.

3.99 lb. 3.99 lb. 3.99 lb. 4.99 lb. 3.99 lb. 3.99 lb. 4.99 lb.

4.99 lb. Hard Salami 6.99 lb. 4.99 lb. Soppressata 15.99 lb. 8.99 lb. Capicola 7.79 lb. 5.99 lb. Mortadella 12.99 lb. 4.99 lb. Prosciutto 13.99 lb. 9.99 lb. CLASSIC COLD CUTS Genoa Salami

6.99 lb.






All Natural, Bone-in, Beef


Competitor’s Village Fair’s Everyday Prices Price




Breaded, Ready To Cook

Flounder Fillets $




2.69 lb.

Cooked Ham

4.99 lb.


5.49 lb.

Olive Loaf

5.99 lb.

Roasted Turkey 8.49 lb. Ham Off The Bone 7.99 lb.

2.49 lb. 2.99 lb. 3.49 lb. 3.99 lb. 4.99 lb.

Maple Ham

8.99 lb.

Roast Beef

8.99 lb.

Corned Beef

8.99 lb.

Pastrami Turkey Pastrami Sandwich Pepperoni

8.99 lb.

4.49 lb. 3.99 lb. 6.99 lb. 5.99 lb. 5.99 lb.

6.29 lb.

3.99 lb.

7.29 lb.

4.99 lb.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 4



N o w Servi n g V i cto r & F a i rp o rt Don’t Forget Your Prom Dresses!

10% OFF Any Tailoring Expires 3-15-17. Good at Victor or Perinton Gunay Tailor. - Wedding Dress - Prom Special - Shortening - Shortening Cuff/Lining

- Taking In/Letting Out - Tapering - Patchwork - Zipper Repair/Replacement

- Shortening Sleeves - Collar Adjustment - Button Settings - and more…

• F o ra llyo u rTa i lo ri n g N e e d s • D ry Cle a n i n g Se rvi ce s • Q u a lity W o rk

N o Appointm ent N ecessary Quality Work with Quick Turnaround • WE DO ALL ALTERATIONS!

Sa m e D a y Ser vi c e E xper ts o n P r em i s es 62 W es tM a i n St. V I CTO R M -F ,8a m -7p m Sa t.,9a m -4p m

398-21 88

PERINTON GUNAY TAILOR SHOP H A SA N O ZTU R K M o n.-F ri.8:30a m -6:30p m Sa t.9:00a m -4:00p m 7374 P i ttsfo rd -P a lm yra R d . To wn Ce nte rP la za R o u te 31 F a i rp o rt

223-61 78

DRYWALL SPECIALIST: 36 years experience. Complete finished basements, ceiling & wall repair and painting! Call Ron Colon for free estimate 585-802-6934.

FULL COURT GYM- Space Available! Reserve for B-ball, V-ball, Soccer, Zumba etc. Reasonable rates. Great location. Will book fast! Call now! 585-461-3490.

TIM CALLAGHAN PAINTING *Interior/ Exterior *Wallpaper Removal *Drywall Repair *Deck Staining *Over 25 Years Experience * FREE Reasonable Estimates Tim, 585-259-6758

#1 WALLPAPER REMOVAL: Wall repair. Excellent interior/ exterior painting. I’ll provide final quote for wallpaper removal, don’t pay by the hour! OWNER DOES ALL THE WORK! Fully insured. Call Patrick, 585-200-8051.

PRINTING: Affordable, exquisite, fast. or call 1-866-812-8111 and ask for Gina or Jeanine.

Make a Connection. Real People, Flirty Chat. Meet singles right now! Call LiveLinks. Try it FREE. Call NOW: Call 1-877-737-9447 18+.

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Feb. 28, 1982, the J. Paul Getty Museum becomes the world’s most richly endowed museum when it receives a $1.2 billion bequest from the American oil billionaire. Getty died in 1976, but legal wrangling over his fortune by his children and ex-wives kept his will in probate until 1982.


Page 5

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111



ALL MODEL TRAIN ITEMS WANTED. Instant cash paid. Call 585-507-0562.

DID YOU KNOW... Placing an Obituary in the Genesee Valley Penny Saver Passages Section is far less expensive than other media? Email: Lynn Forrester for more information!


SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY BENEFITS. Unable to work? Denied benefits? We Can Help! WIN or Pay Nothing! Contact Bill Gordon & Associates at 1-800-919-8208 to start your application today!

Daily Specials


FISH FRY CORNERSTONE RESTAURANT • 585-598-3847 with this coupon. Not valid with other offers. One coupon per person. Not valid on Holidays. Expires 2-24-17



any purchase

$ or

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

your total check

CORNERSTONE RESTAURANT • 585-598-3847 with this coupon. Not valid with other offers. Not valid on Holidays. Expires 2-24-17

BOOK YOUR PRIVATE PARTIES NOW Meetings, Birthdays, Bat Mitzvahs, Wedding Parties and More!

1471 Rt. 15

$12.99 Wednesday & Thursday

Dinner for two


(2) (10 oz.) Sirloin Steaks, USDA Choice (2) Baked Potatoes, Fries or Mashed (2) Fresh House Salads

Friday Fish Fry includes Fries & Cole Slaw


with coupon

Friday & Saturday Slow Roasted Prime Rib includes Potato & Salad

$16.99 Sunday Chicken Parmesan w/Fresh Marinara Sauce & Choice of Pasta


Call for details

Serving Breakfast All Day!

2130 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road • 585-598-3847 (corner of 250 & 441) • Open Daily 7AM - 9PM for additional savings, visit




Tuesday Roast Turkey Dinner Sliced fresh turkey w/stuffing, real mashed potatoes w/gravy, cranberries & veggies.

any purchase

15% OFF

We will recycle your old phone books and magazines.



of $15 or more of $30 or more CORNERSTONE RESTAURANT • 585-598-3847 with this coupon. Not valid with other offers. Not valid on Holidays. Expires 2-24-17

We make it easy for you to GO GREEN…

Monday Pot Roast Dinner

PAINTING, WALLPAPER, textured ceilings, ceramic tile, drywall repair, remodeling. Free estimates. 25 years experience. References. David Papineau, 585-737-7027.


• Riding Helmets •␣Riding Coats • Show Shirts •␣Breeches and Jods • Paddock Boots • Tall Boots English Tack, New & Used Saddles Tee Shirts and Sweatshirts Breyer Horses and Accessories New & Gently Used Show Clothing.

10% Off Your 1st Purchase

New Customers Only. With Coupon. 1867 Penfield Rd •␣Penfield •␣585-385-9690 Mon. through Wed. 10-8; Thur. through Sat. 10-6 LOCATED IN THE FOUR CORNERS OF PENFIELD


Page 6

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111



$1 .00 Of f A ny k id’s m ea l Sweet Wood BarbeCue Expires 2/28/17.

Located in the Village of Webster • 5 W. Main St. • 585-872-4227 Parking Behind or Across Street • Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m.-8 p.m. • All major credit cards.


See our full menu at for daily specials

M, W, F Special

Haddock Fish Fry


7 Days A Week



Roll, tartar sauce, lemon juice, coleslaw, fries. Must present coupon. Exp. 3/1/17

Exp. 3/1/17

Sheet Pizza w/cheese



s r


+ tax

Buffalo Chicken Crunch Rolls NEW


Add $3 per topping. Must have coupon. Excludes specialty pizza. Exp. 3/1/17


Corner of Rt. 31 & Hogan Rd.




Toppings extra. Pick-up only Coupons cannot be combined with any other offers.

We accept EBT

Nonprofit resell store supporting Fairport/Perinton Senior Living Council Inc.

Store Open:


W: 10 - 5pm; Th: 10 - 5pm; F: 10 - 5pm; Sat: 10 - 4pm

W: 11 - 4pm; Th: 11 - 4pm; F: 11 - 4pm; Sat: Appt. Preferred

138 Village Landing, Fairport • 585-377-6460 Donations are tax deductible. •









Monday & Tuesday Night Special 99 1/2 Sheet Cheese Pizza $ 99

w/ranch dressing.

1231 Ayrault Road, Corner of Hogan & Ayrault Hrs.: 6am-10pm • Deli 6-9pm • Sun. 6-9pm


Any Menu Item Expires 3/3/17. Minimum $20.00 order. Must have coupon. Cannot be combined with any other offers.

106 Village Landing Fairport, NY 14450 Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday

10am-4pm 10am-4pm 10am-2pm 10am-4pm

ONE DAY SALE! Sat., Feb. 25th Paperbacks 4/$1, Hardcovers $.50 Operated by the Friends of the Fairport Library


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 7


Weeknight Specials! Unique, Homemade, Fresh Specials!

Monday: Pint & Pizza Tuesday: Taco Night Wednesday: Pasta Night Thursday: Steak Night Friday: Fish Fry


SAWYER TREE SERVICE: WINTER SPECIAL- SAVE 25% Fully Insured Affordable Pricing Stump Grinding, Removal, Trimming, Cleanup FREE ESTIMATES Senior Discounts 585-507-5488 SPRAY FOAM INSULATION Any application! Over 25 years of Experience. Fully Insured. Call NES Contracting John, 585-738-3515 Don, 585-765-5353

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

TOY TRAIN SHOW: February 25, 2017; Edgerton Community Center, 41 Backus St. Rochester; 10am-3pm. All gauge of model trains. Adults $5; Under 17 FREE w/paid adult. Large Lionel layout on display. Websites: www. edgertonmodelrailroadclub. com,, (585)544-0916.

PRINCE GEORGE’S 104 Main Street, East Rochester • 585-383-1430 Open daily 11am-2am

Serving Weeknights 5:00 to midnight

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

Interior Painting. Wall Paper Removal. Drywall Repair. Textured Ceilings. Over 7yrs Experience. Call Jesse for a FREE ESTIMATE, 585-690-1839.

COMPLETE BATHROOM REMODELING! Bathtub to Walk-In Shower Conversions. Tile Flooring. Kitchen Back Splashes. Countertops, Vanities, and Plumbing Service. Tile Repair & Re-Grouting Free Estimates, Fully insured! Please visit: For Pictures, Videos & Testimonies. 585-317-2296.

Page 8

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Our 11 editions are published weekly with a total circulation of over 157,200. Main Office:

PO Box 340 1471 Route 15, Avon, NY 14414 Phone: 585-226-8111 Fax: 585-226-3390 Email:

Additional offices:

222 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020 Phone: 585-343-3111 Fax: 585-343-3353 15 Main Street Brockport, NY 14420 Phone: 585-637-5100 Fax: 585-637-0111 202 South Main Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424 Phone: 585-393-1111 Fax: 585-393-1823 134 Main Street Dansville, NY 14437 Phone: 585-335-8537 Fax: 585-335-7781 32 East Main Street, Webster, NY 14580 Phone: 585-265-3620 Fax: 585-265-3882 President ..............................Steve Harrison Vice President .....................Kimberly Dougherty Controller ..........................Kathy Hammond Advertising Sales Manager ..........................Daria Reitknecht Creative Director .................................Cristie Leone Production Supervisor .....................................Jeff Wasson Circulation Manager .................................Shari Rapone Billing/Office Manager .....................................Beth Garbe Members of:

Free Community Papers of NY and

National Award Winning Paper

Gold Standard Publication

SNOW IS COMING- Great deal on MINI snow tires. Original equipment 4 Bolt 175/65 snow tires used one season. Tires include RIMS and SENSORS - only used one winter - Like NEW! These tires fit 2nd generation MINIs (2007-2014) R56 base model. Original cost $1,450 - available for $695. Rims and Sensors worth that alone! 585-503-3281. WANTED OLD JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI Z1-900 (1972-75), KZ900, KZ1000 (1976-1982), Z1R, KZ 1000MK2 (1979,80), W1-650, H1-500 (1969-72), H2-750 (1972-1975), S1250, S2-350, S3-400, KH250, KH400, SUZUKI-GS400, GT380, HONDACB750K (1969-1976), CBX1000 (1979,80) CASH!! 1-800-772-1142 1-310-721-0726 usa@classicrunners. com

$ Top Dollar Paid $ for Cars & Trucks Junkers or Good Runners

Free Pick up Call 24/7 Northside Salvage

$ 585-969-3309 $ #5280659


CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! We buy 2000-2015 Cars/ Trucks, Running or Not! Nationwide Free Pickup! Call 1-888-416-2208. CASH 4 CARS up to $500 for your junk car, truck, van. FREE towing. 585-482-2140. www.

VW/ AUDI (used) Sales, Service, Parts, Apply online financing. 36 years, open Seven days a week. Relax in our Enlarged Customer area with Leather Theater Seats, Wifi, Keurig Coffee... Routes 5 & 20 Waterloo, 315-789-2200. CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! All Make/Models 2000-2015! Any Condition. Running or Not. Competitive Offer! Free Towing! We´re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-416-2330. Donate Your Car to Veterans Today! Help and Support our Veterans. Fast - FREE pick up. 100% tax deductible. Call 1-800-245-0398.


Extend the life of your vehicle: Take care of your vehicle’s interior, too. Caring for a car is not just about being good to what’s under the hood. Caring for the car’s interior will not necessarily impact its performance, but a well-kept interior will improve how you look at your vehicle and how much you enjoy driving it. The longer you enjoy driving your vehicle, the longer you are likely to keep it. Preserve the vehicle’s door and window seals; clean the dashboard, including the gauges, vacuum the floor mats; and wipe down the vehicle’s interior, whether it’s cloth or leather. Keeping up the appearance of the car’s interior will make the vehicle more enjoyable to drive and increase its value at resale.




Page 9

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111



20% OFF Parts & Labor WITH THIS AD THROUGH MARCH 15TH, 2017


Some exclusions apply.













Universal Imports THE ONLY PLACE YOU NEED TO KNOW! SALES • SERVICE • COLLISION • PARTS Linden Ave. off of Route 441



GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 10



32nd Annual



The Trunk

Once More

By Ellen Hopsicker

By Laurie Reynolds

A battered trunk in the corner stood With layers of dust upon its lid How many years have drifted past Since fingers probed its content last The treasure held there deep inside Was placed by some forgotten bride A handsome soldier and his sweet young wife Had loved and wished to share a life Yet all that remains is an old tintype And a ruffled gown from a long ago night A box of checkers scratched and scarred And a folded letter that tears had marred It tells of the soldier forced to roam Though his aching heart had yearned for home The battle he feared was then in sight And the soldier knew an anguished night With the grace of God he said he’d be Homeward soon his bride to see They fought with venom all around But the soldier had fallen to bloodied ground A dying captive cold as stone Soon would his wife be alone So the family Bible old and worn Was marked with the blue of his uniform Then long ago that broken bride Packed the trunk with her heart inside And there it stands its secrets hid Beneath a dark and dusty lid.

The old farm house stood vacant and in disrepair, An elderly couple had died and there was no one to care. In the yard where children once giggled and played, A rotting swing set in pieces now laid. The realtor showed the property once more this day; “Been on the market a long time” the neighbors did say. “Too many repairs,” potential buyers had grumbled But the couple, to each other in the corner, only mumbled. They put their offer in right after the house tour Considerably lower since they’d have to spend much more. When they were approved and given the news The newlyweds happily considered their next move. Once the mortgage was secured; Contractors were hired and more spending occurred. On Valentine’s Day they moved to the old farmland With time and elbow grease all would go as planned. Five years later their family complete, Teeter totter and swing set climbed on by little feet. Children playing and having happy times galore; This house has become a home once more.


We received over 150 original poems! Go to to read the poems written by people in our community!

1550 Rt. 332, Farmington (10 minutes from Eastview Mall)


5256 Clinton Street, Batavia (585) 344-1543


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 11



How seniors can preserve their brains Physical activity and proper diet and nutrition can help people age 50 and older maintain their physical health. But there are also ways aging men and women can preserve brain health in an effort to prevent or delay the cognitive decline that affects millions of seniors across the globe. It’s easy to overlook the importance of keeping the brain healthy. However, a decline in brain function can result in poor concentration, memory loss and a host of other issues. Sometimes, by the time symptoms present themselves, it may be too late to reverse any damage. Research suggests that a combination of nutrition and mental, social and physical activities may have a greater impact with regard to maintaining and improving brain health than any single activity. Harvard Medical School also states that volunteering, caring for others and pursuing hobbies may benefit the brains of older adults. A study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry found participants who reported higher levels of purpose in life exhibited superior cognitive function despite the accumulation of abnormal protein depositions (amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles) in the brain, a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease. Having a purpose also may help those who do not have Alzheimer’s disease. In addition to the suggestions mentioned above, those who want to boost brain health can consider these strategies. · Start exercising the brain early on. A study published in 2012 in the British Medical Journal examined cognitive function in people ages 45 to 70. Researchers found evidence of cognitive decline in the 45-year-old participants as well as the older participants. It’s never too early to put a brain health plan into motion. · Read more books. Reading can open individuals up to new vocabulary and scenarios that promote a stronger brain and recall

Marge, like some people her age, can’t drive anymore. She gave up her keys. But she could use a lift... a visit to a doctor, a trip to the grocery store, a stop at the bank. If you have a couple of hours a month to help, please call us to volunteer. We’ll provide you with training and supplemental insurance. LIFESPAN 244-8400, ext. 142

Doing jigsaw and crossword puzzles can keep the brain sharp.

ability. Enrolling in an education course at a local college, community center or online also may be beneficial. · Hit the gym. Several studies suggest an association between physical activity and reduced risk of cognitive decline. This could be because exercise elevates heart rate, which pumps more blood to the brain and body. · Supplement with DHA. DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that is dominant in the brain. Adhere to a Mediterranean diet, which is generally high in natural sources of omega-3, including fish and mono-unsaturated fats from olives, olive oil, nuts and seeds. Supplements also may help, but individuals should consult with their doctors about which products to take. · Challenge the mind. Men and women can engage in challenging activities that stray from their routines. Puzzles, strategic games, jigsaw puzzles, or difficult hobbies can benefit the brain. · Keep a close-knit group of friends. Regular conversation and social interaction is a key component of any brain health wellness plan. Slowing cognitive decline and promoting greater brain health should be a priority for adults of all ages.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Garage Sales To list your sale, go to

UPHOLSTERY FULL SERVICE: Minor repairs, foam stuffing, wood repairs, refinishing. Residential, commercial, RV’s, boats. Free estimates. Free pickup, delivery. In business 40 years. 585-309-2110. PAID IN ADVANCE! Make $1000 A Week Mailing Brochures From Home! NO Experience Required. Helping home workers since 2001! www. MailingNetwork.NET

- or call toll free

866-812-8111 VICTOR: GENTLY USED FURNITURE and more. Great Expectations Consignment.Tues. thru Fri. (11am-5pm); Sat. (11am4pm). 160 School St. Victor (back of building). 585-314-7652. WANTED. Furniture to sell.

DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY Receive maximum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions accepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 1-855-587-1166.

CARPET LAYER has THOUSANDS of yards of carpet left over! $1.50/ s.f., installed. Free in home estimates. Hugh, 585-798-0909. MAKE MONEY MAILING POSTCARDS! Easy Work, Great Pay! FREE Info: Call 1-619-649-0708. 24/Hours Guaranteed Legitimate Opportunity! Register Online Today! www. DISH TV - BEST DEAL EVER! Only $39.99/ mo. Plus $14.99/ mo. Internet (where avail.). FREE Streaming. FREE Install (up to 6 rooms.) FREE HD-DVR. Call 1-800-826-4464. Diagnosed with Mesothelioma or Asbestos Lung Cancer? If so, you and your family may be entitled to a substantial financial award. We can help you get cash quick! Call 24/7: 844-865-4336. A PLACE FOR MOM. The nation´s largest senior living referral service. Contact our trusted, local experts today! Our service is FREE/ no obligation. CALL 1-800-553-4101. ANTIQUES WANTED: Jewelry, Gold, Silver Coins. Furniture, Toys, Crocks, Oil Paintings, Railroad Items. Oil & Farm Signs, Pedal Tractors. Howard, FOX FARM ANTIQUES, 585-226-6160.

Place an ad for FREE in one of our editions!


Classifieds when your item is less than $50

• One ad per residence/ Phone #. • One item in the ad. • Ten words or less. • One edition per week ($5/ each addl. area per week). • Price of item must be $50 or less and stated in the ad. • All free ads must be placed via our website.

Just go to and view our home page to place your free classified.


Page 12

DRYWALL: PHIL SANSONE. Your project DONE in ONE DAY or less... DONE! Repair Specialist since 1986. References. Reliable. Insured. 585-377-4854.


FACTS ABOUT GEORGE WASHINGTON Few Americans would be hard pressed to identify George Washington’s visage, which is depicted on some American currency, including the $1 bill. Born in 1732 to Virginia planters, Washington’s interests included western expansion, which he was able to take part as a teenager, helping to survey the Shenandoah lands at the age of 16. Washington was also interested in military arts, and he was commissioned a lieutenant colonel in 1754, eventually playing a role in what became the French and Indian War. In 1759, Washington was serving in the Virginia House of Burgesses, an assembly of elected representatives of the English colonies in North America. Growing frustrated with and feeling exploited by British regulations, Washington voiced his resistance to restrictions placed on colonists, who were moving toward what would become the American Revolution. At the Second Continental Congress, which assembled in 1775, Washington was elected Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, taking command of troops at Cambridge, Massachusetts on July 3, 1775. Under Washington’s command, the Continental Army would ultimately succeed, winning the colonists their independence from British rule. In 1787, Washington presided over the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, where the new Constitution was ratified. Within two years Washington was unanimously elected as the first President of the United States. Though the current two-term limit was not law at the end of Washington’s second term, he chose to retire from the Presidency anyway, leaving office in 1797. He would retire to his Virginia home at Mount Vernon, where he still engaged in various business dealings. Within three years of his retirement, however, Washington would fall ill of a throat infection that ultimately took his life on December 14, 1799. In addition to providing the inspiration for Presidents’ Day, Washington’s legacy is that of a hero who led an army of colonists to a victory over a dominant empire. The Washington Monument and Mount Rushmore are two of the more notable monuments honoring the first President of the United States. In addition, the nation’s capital of Washington, D.C. is so named in honor of George Washington.

Intelligence without ambition is a bird without wings. Salvador Dali

GVPS Readers Have $37,051,634 to Spend on Legal Gambling...

Life is simple, it’s just not easy. ~Author Unknown

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

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

That’s 39,002 Potential Customers


he 2017 GVPS readership survey study from Circulation Verification Council has revealed that 39,002 people who read our publication plan to legally gamble in the next 12 months. With the average customer spending $950 in this category annually, that equals $37,051,634 in potential sales for our advertisers.* That’s real buyers. Buyers you can reach. Genesee Valley Penny Saver is number 1 in New York State for market penetration, readership & advertiser response.*

Reaching Your Customers

*CVC Audit Survey.

1-866-812-8111 37


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 13



Could YOU be at Risk for Falls? Workshop can help you reduce your risk of falling • H a vi n g tr o u b le m o vi n g a r o u n d yo u r h o m e?

• H o ld i n g o n to wa lls a n d f u r n i tu r e to g eta r o u n d ?

• Si ttin g a r o u n d m o r e o f ten th a n b ef o r e?

• H a d a c tu a lo r n ea r -m i s s f a lls i n th e la s t6 m o n th s ?

• Ta ki n g 4 o r m o r e m ed i c a tio n s d a i ly?

• Ch a n g ed yo u r lif e b ec a u s e o f yo u r f ea r o f f a llin g ?

If you answered yes to any of those questions (or have a spouse, parent or grandparent in denial), THEN YOU ARE PROBABLY AT RISK FOR FALLS! The Balance & Falls Prevention Workshop may be a life-changing event for you…

Sa tu r d a y, F eb r u a r y 25th • 1 0:00a m -1 1 :30a m U n f o rtu n a tely, f o r th e b a d n ew s … • Each year, ONE in THREE Seniors FALLS. • Falls can lead to fractures or head trauma. • Falls are a leading cause of decreased mobility and dependence on others.

I t’s TO TA L L Y F R E E ! Ca llo r E m a i l To d a y O n ly 30 Sea ts A va i la b le

N o w , f o r th e GO O D N E W S… • You CAN improve your balance regardless of age! You CAN make a difference in your fall risk!

To R E GI STE R Ca ll:21 8-0240 o r e-m a i l:j i lla i n e@p ea kp tro ch es m What You Will Learn at the BALANCE AND FALLS PREVENTION WORKSHOP: • The #1 mistake people at risk of falling make • How to “Fall Proof” your home • What to do if you fall

TO D A Y !

• A balance test that helps determine your risk of falling • Easy homework drills if you have a low fall risk.

1 61 E a s tCo m m er c i a lSt., E a s tR o c h es ter , N Y 585-21 8-0240 | P ea kP TR o c h es ter .co m

MICROCEPHALY BROUGHT INTO THE LIMELIGHT Conception and childbirth are miracles of life. While parents experience many joys during pregnancy and delivery, they must discuss potentially uncomfortable conversations that need to be addressed. This includes the potential that babies will born with birth defects. Over the last year, microcephaly, a rare but serious disability, has garnered substantial attention. Microcephaly is a neurological condition in which an infant’s head is significantly smaller than the heads of other children of the same age and sex, advises The Mayo Clinic. The condition is typically the result of the brain developing abnormally in the womb or not growing as it is supposed to after birth. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says microcephaly can be an isolated condition, or it can occur in combination with other major birth defects. Depending on the severity of the condition, children with microcephaly can face any number of symptoms. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, symptoms of microcephaly include impaired cognitive development, delayed motor functions, dwarfism, seizures, difficulties with balance, and other neurological abnormalities. Although microcephaly is rare, according to the National Birth Defects Prevention Network, it may become more common. That’s because microcephaly has been linked to mothers who were exposed to the Zika virus while pregnant. Exposure to in utero substance abuse, as well as genetic or chromosomal issues, also can lead to microcephaly. Dr. Nassim Zecavati, an assistant professor of pediatrics and neurology at the Georgetown University School of Medicine, says essentially anything that slows down brain growth in the womb or causes a severe deprivation of oxygen and blood flow before, during or after delivery can be problematic. Unfortunately, no treatment exists to return a child’s head and brain to normal size. Instead, treatment focuses on reducing the impact associated with neurological disabilities and subsequent physical disabilities. Early childhood intervention programs that include speech, physical and occupational therapy may be part of a child’s course of treatment. Certain medications can be prescribed to help with seizures or hyperactivity. Thanks to its link to the Zika virus, microcephaly has garnered considerable attention over the last year-plus. Though still rare, microcephaly is something expecting parents and couples planning to have children should familiarize themselves with.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 14




Can Spleen Rupture Without Any Trauma? MODERN PERIODONTICS We Specialize in Gum Disease We are a small, private practice. Our staff is friendly and will make your visit a very pleasant one. We are in-network with all insurances Most procedures are with minimum co-pays INSURANCE: CSEA, TEAMSTERS, GHI accepted as payment in full on all procedures

FREE Oral Cancer Screening

MODERN PERIODONTICS 1680 Monroe Avenue Rochester, NY 14618 585-242-8980 Dr. Allan J. Romeo, D.M.D. •

GO GREEN WITH YOUR FITNESS ROUTINE Many people aspire to live as healthy a lifestyle as possible, and regular exercise is an essential component of such a lifestyle. One of the hidden benefits to regular exercise is that it presents numerous opportunities to benefit the planet. Going green with a fitness routine can create a healthier planet, which can only benefit fitness enthusiasts and their families in the long run. Creating a fitness routine that benefits people and the planet is simple and can even make workouts more rewarding. Fitness enthusiasts can take various steps to make their workout routines more eco-friendly, benefitting themselves and the planet along the way.

DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband was admitted to the hospital with a ruptured spleen that bled into his belly. His surgeon repaired it with a coil. He was not in an accident and had no injuries or any bruising anywhere on his body. His doctor had never seen this; he says a ruptured spleen usually is sustained from some sort of accident. My husband is almost 59, and in good health otherwise. How could this happen, and could this happen again? -- J.C. ANSWER: The spleen removes defective red blood cells from the circulation, and it also destroys bacteria and infected cells. In fact, it is in many ways like a big lymph node, responding to infections by activating and enlarging. Although a ruptured spleen is well-described in the literature, I’ve never seen a case like your husband’s either. The last ruptured spleen I saw was a college football player who was simultaneously hit by two opposing players, one on either side, both much larger than he was. Most people with spleen rupture had an enlarged spleen to begin with, from cancer such as leukemia or lymphoma, infection such as EBV (the virus that causes mononucleosis), inflammatory conditions such as pancreatitis or mechanical causes such as pregnancy. A few cases are related to medications, and a few have no identifiable cause for rupture. As far as risk of it happening again, there you have me. I found one paper that says the prognosis is “excellent.” I would have to refer you back to his surgeon. People who have had their spleens removed are at risk for certain infections, and should have a vaccine for pneumococcus, a major cause of pneumonia. The vaccine is normally given at age 65. Your husband should speak with his doctor about getting it now (since I don’t know if his spleen is now considered normal). *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I read in your column that for vaginal atrophy (dryness/itching) you suggest that a woman use topical cream instead of estrogen cream. I am 59 years old, and have been using Premarin cream externally for a month with noticeable results. I use a dab every other day. Should I continue to use it even when I don’t have symptoms, or only as needed? If you think non-hormonal cream would be better, could you suggest one? I have tried one, but it didn’t seem to be effective. -- A.A. ANSWER: I’m sorry I wasn’t clear. “Topical” in this case meant a vaginal estrogen cream, as opposed to estrogen taken by mouth. I would continue using it, since it has been effective. Most women use it twice a week after initial treatment. Non-estrogen creams are fine for many women, but estrogen creams like Premarin usually are more effective. Dryness and itching may be caused by recurring vaginal infections, which are often troubling to women. The booklet explains them and their treatment. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Roach -- No. 1203W, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2017 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

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

Page 15


MANY RN POSITIONS available in your vicinity. Hospitals, correctional facilities, and home health assessments. Great Pay & Benefits. White Glove Placement 1-866-387-8100 #202

LUNG CANCER? And 60+ Years Old? If So, You And Your Family May Be Entitled To A Significant Cash Award. Call 1-877-689-5293 To Learn More. No Risk. No Money Out Of Pocket.

VIAGRA 52 PILLS + 4 FREE! VIAGRA 100MG/ CIALIS 20mg Free Pills! No hassle, Discreet Shipping. Save Now. $99.00 Call Today 1-800-213-6202.

OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All-New Inogen One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info kit: 1-855-839-1738.

Nutrition. When you make wise food choices, you have more energy to exercise and you recover more quickly from your workouts.

FREE VIAGRA PILLS 48 PILLS + 4 FREE! VIAGRA 100MG/ CIALIS 20mg Free Pills! No hassle, Discreet Shipping. Save Now. Call Today 1-888-410-0514.


OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All-New Inogen One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info. kit: 844-558-7482. VIAGRA 100MG and CIALIS 20mg! 40 Pills + 10 FREE. SPECIAL $99.00 100% guaranteed. FREE Shipping! 24/7 CALL: 1-888-223-8818. Hablamos Espanol. MOBILEHELP, America’s Premier Mobile Medical Alert System. Whether You’re Home or Away. For Safety and Peace of Mind. No Long Term Contracts! Free Brochure! Call Today! 1-800-960-8653.

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

LOOKING FOR HELP with your elderly loved one, look no further. Here I am. Services provided 24/7. 585-698-7038.

Helping You Feel Good Again

VIAGRA & CIALIS! 50 pills for $95. 100 pills for $150 FREE shipping. NO prescriptions needed. Money back guaranteed! 1-877-743-5419. Stop OVERPAYING for your prescriptions! Save up to 93%! Call our licensed Canadian and International pharmacy service to compare prices and get $15.00 off your First prescription and FREE Shipping. Call 1-800-413-1940. PRIVATE DUTY NURSE (RN): Experienced RN available for private In-hospital or home care. Reliable, dependable, advocate, compassionate, skilled. Visit Viagra!! 52 Pills for Only $99.00! Your #1 trusted provider for 10 years. Insured and Guaranteed Delivery. Call today, 1-888-796-8878.

Specializing in: • Orthopedic Injuries • Sports Injuries • Neck and Back Pain • Motor Vehicle Injuries • Pre-and Post Surgical Rehabilitation • Arthritis and Joint Pain • Strains/Sprains • Workers’ Compensation Injuries

✰Call Us Directly✰ No Doctor Referral Necessary in most cases!

Lattimore of Fairport Physical Therapy 59 Perinton Hills Mall • (585)

385-0444 •

Matthew Stoutenburg, PT, MS, CSCS Kellen Rotach, PT, DPT


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Family Fun Feature your birthday girl or boy in our

Birthday Celebrations Section!

Page 16




Perfect for preschools, day care centers, restaurants, consignment shops & fun centers!

Submit your announcement online for just $10 at under My Hometown ~ Announcements ~ Birthday Celebrations or stop by any one of our offices.

Look at the table of contents for puzzle answer page.

Sponsor our Family Fun Page for just $55 a week!

Call 226-5878 or email


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 17



OPEN HOUSE Tues., March. 7th 5PM to 7PM

Register for the 2017/2018 School Year! FIREWOOD LOGS for sale. Call Steve Schiano for details, 585-233-3035.

Celebrating our 50th anniversary

Children make you want to start life over. ~Muhammad Ali

PASTA FOR THE PONIES Tue. February 28, 4pm-7pm at Finger Lakes Race Track (Paddock Room) 5857 Rt 96,Farmington, NY $8 includes Pasta, Salad, Bread, Drink,and Dessert.(Takeout Available!) Also featuring a Silent Auction! All proceeds to benefit Finger Lakes Thoroughbred Adoption Program.

fo r Co u p o n Clu b &… r ec ei ve c o u po n s f o r A L L E L E V E N o f o u r ed i tio n a r ea s - s m a llb u s i n es s c o u po n s yo u d o n ’tf i n d a n ywh er e els e!

www.g vpen n ys a ver .co m / m a r ketpla c e/ c o u po n _c lu b /

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Learn to drive for Stevens Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! New drivers earn $900+ per week! PAID CDL TRAINING! Stevens covers all costs! 1-888-734-6714;

GARYS DOOR COMPANY for garage doors and openers. Parts, Service, Sales and installations. Commercial, Residential, Automatic. FREE ESTIMATES. 585-226-8995. Insured.

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On March 1, 1692, in Salem Village in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, authorities begin seeking out witches after two children began experiencing fits. After a doctor concluded that the children were suffering the effects of witchcraft, others stepped forward and incriminated more than 150 women and men of Satanic practices.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 18




HometownPhotos Canine Shine PET GROOMING Danielle Arnold

315-573-6445 by appointment only

141 Ayrault Rd., Fairport, NY 14450 •

I need a home

THE KIT INN: Long-Term Cat Boarding. Spacious Suites. Peaceful. Private. Affordable. Insured. Home Away From Home. Visit www. 585-698-8799 THE PET NANNY Providing loving care for your pets when you’re not home! Bonnie, 585-478-0528

John Hicks and Connie Rovas get crafty with some pottery at Color Me Mine in Pittsford.

Gunner is a 3-year-old male Bluetick Coonhound. This energetic guy needs lots of exercise. He’ll do best in a home where any children are age 14 or over. Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Greater Rochester 585-223-1330 •

NYS Senator Pamela Helming read a story to the children at Webster Public Library on February 2nd.

(Family Features) Flea Facts: Fleas are some of the best jumpers of all know n animals. They can jump around 200 times their ow n body length.

Penny Saver Pet of the Week

Rosanne Bourne puts the finishing touches on a football coaster at Woodcrest Commons.

My name is Panda and I’m an 8 pound spoiled rotten girl. My breed is Toy Fox Terrier and Chihuahua mix. I now live in upstate NY after moving from Chicago in July 2015, because my mommy got married. I love being leash free and exploring my fenced-in area. Thanks mommy Angela for the no boundaries policy but there are many new rules! Send us a photo and brief write-up of your pet and we’ll feature it as the “POW.” Featured pets will be entered in the Pet of the Year Contest and become eligible to win a gift. Email to: or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.

St. Joseph School Kicked off Catholic Schools Week with a Kindness Challenge. Sports • Celebrations • Vacations • Events

Submit photos and captions at under My Hometown

To sponsor the Pet of the Week, Call 226-8111 or email


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 19



Submit at under My Hometown or call 226-8111 x 111

Assorted FABRIC SCRAPS, RECTANGULAR VINYL SHEETS with square compartments for holding coins or stamps for collectors, STAMP COLLECTING BOOKLET: 585-624-5626 9’ LIFELIKE ARTIFICIAL TREE with lights by FrontGate. Some light strands not working:

ASSORTED CANDLES: 585-865-9779

GENERIC INK CARTRIDGES #CL226 & 225. For Canon printer. 21 of them:

UNWANTED JEWELRY, FABRIC, CRAFT ITEMS for projects. Will pick up. Local area, call 910-619-7951 lv. msg.

FLORAL LOVESEAT (green/maroon) good condition. You pick up:

Max Lucado’s book WHEN JESUS WHISPERS YOUR NAME: 585-637-0933

TV, SONY, 21” picture tube, analog tuner, 2 composite inputs, good condition: 585-321-3203

SMALL DINING ROOM TABLE that fits 4-6 people: 585-334-2821

CHRISTMAS WREATHS, six, 16” diameter, some with bows, all very nice:

USED SCHOOL BUS in good working condition for a nonprofit project: 585-747-4319 SINGLE SERVE COFFEE MAKER in good condition: 585-346-9777 WOMEN’S CLOTHING: Black turtle necks (L), black long sleeve tops (L) and black pants (M): 585-441-4097

TREADMILL: 585-281-2158 27” RCA COLOR TV. Older model with jack in the front and jack in the back: 585-764-3480 WURLITZER SPINET PIANO in good condition. You pick up. Must be tuned after moving: UPRIGHT PIANO w/bench. Good condition. Will need tuning. You pick up. Conesus: 585-346-0156 COMPUTER GAMES and SOFTWARE including Myst, Riven, Stronghold, PDF maker, Family Tree. For older Windows. All or none. Includes documentation: 585-346-9897 Who can re-use ENGRAVED AWARD PLAQUES: 585-265-6601 27” SYMPHONIC TV. Older model. Hardly used: 585-226-8027 ROUND CHERRY TABLE TOP. 48” w/two leaves. Original base broken. Very useable w/new base: 27” PANASONIC TV. Excellent picture: 585-494-2567 CONN ORGAN w/bench. All the bells & whistles! You pick up. Chili: 585-436-1782 50” MITSUBISHI PROJECTION TV, picture works great, missing remote: 585-329-6882

SNOW BLOWER. Must be in good working condition. Call Kathy 585-746-1373 YOUTH SADDLE English or Western, one bridle set: 315-270-2418 EMPTY PLASTIC BEER BALL. Needed for prop for video production: 585-733-6193 TWO TIRES. Size 205/65R/15: 585-356-8517 GARBAGE BAG FULL OF WOOD CHIPS for a bird nesting box: 585-356-4786 WEIGHTS/ BARBELL SET(S) for Youth Football and Wrestling teams, local in Monroe County: 571-409-8668 or VINTAGE STEREO EQUIPMENT (speakers, tuners, etc.): 585-770-4187 COROPLAST needed by Wildlife Rescue Center. Obsolete signs used by movie theatres, gas stations, restaurants, etc. We will pick up: HOT TUB for a new church in Holley, NY to be used for our baptistery: 585-301-0036

5’ SLIDING GLASS DOOR w/frame: 585-658-1050

Let us know when your item is taken/you receive what you asked for and we will remove it from the list.

Guidelines: Submissions published as space allows. We reserve the right to decline/edit/omit information. We assume no responsibility for submissions.

Submissions must include phone # or email. Noncommercial use only. 20 word limit.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 20

ANTIQUE WIRELESS MUSEUM Experience Two Centuries of Communication Technology Voice of America Station, Titanic Radio Room, 1925 Radio Store, First Transistor Radio, Working Transmitters, First Cell Phone and Much, Much More!

Open: Tuesday 10am-3pm & Saturday 1-5pm 6925 State Route 5, Bloomfield, New York 14469 585-257-5119 •

CANANDAIGUA Canandaigua Academy Class of ´77 - Friday, July 21st: Appetizer Reception under the tent at the Canandaigua Country Club, 5PM11PM. Appetizer stations from 5:30PM-7:30PM. Stations: pulled pork sliders, spuds, salad, gelato. Cash bar. And Saturday, July 22nd: Luncheon at Bristol Harbour, Bristol Room and Terrace, 11AM-3PM. Picnic fare (burgers, hots, etc), fruit, cookie assortment. Cash bar. $40 each event OR $75 for both. Visit for RSVP and more information.

FAIRPORT ”Rochester Mobilizes for the Great War” will be the topic for speaker Daniel D. Cody on Tuesday, February 21, 7pm at the Fairport Museum (18 Perrin St.). Although the United States did not officially enter World War I until three years after it began, Mr. Cody will discuss how Rochester participated in the war economy and prepared for the country’s eventual entry into the war well before 1917. This program, sponsored by the Perinton Historical Society, is free and open to the public. For more information, visit: www.

The Village of Fairport will celebrate the 150th anniversary of its incorporation on April 30, 2017. Mayor May is looking for community members interested in developing plans for the celebration of this sesquicentennial event. Interested parties should contact the Mayor by email at or by mail at the Village Hall, 31 South Main Street, Fairport, New York 14450.

GREECE SCORE Workshop: 5 Consecutive Tuesday nights, February 28, March 7, 14, 21, & 28 from 7-9pm. Fee: $59. Location: Olympia High School, 1139 Maiden Lane, Greece. Topics include: Business Plan, Marketing & Sales, Banking & Finance, Insurance/Risk Management, Legal Issues, Budget/Cash Management and Selling Skills. For info and to register: https:// localworkshops

IRONDEQUOIT Rochester Society of Button Collectors, Inc.: Next meeting is Tuesday, February 21, 12:30pm. Program is on Moonglows. For more information call, Patti Clark 244-3476.

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On March 4, 1933, at the height of the Great Depression, Franklin Roosevelt is inaugurated as the 32nd president of the United States. In his inaugural address, Roosevelt outlined his “New Deal,” an expansion of the federal government as an instrument of employment opportunity and welfare. GUIDELINES TO QUALIFY FOR PUBLICATION IN OUR HOMETOWN EVENTS: Events should occur on a specific date at a specific time. Due to the increasing number of submissions, we will no longer be able to publish the following items: • Businesses/schools seeking registration for classes or programs • Organizations seeking Crafters or Vendors • Organizations seeking donations of items Genesee Valley Penny Saver reserves the right to approve/reject events for publication. EVENTS DEADLINE: Monday, 2 weeks prior to publication date. 60 word limit for events wishing to be published in print. Log in to your account or register on our website to start submitting your events today! Events are published in the Penny Saver as space allows. REGISTER AND SUBMIT YOUR EVENT ONLINE AT: Click on “My Hometown” then click “Submit Event.” Events may also be submitted at: 1471 Route 15, Avon, NY 14414 View more Hometown Events online at


PITTSFORD U of R Choral Extravaganza Hear the University of Rochester Choral Extravaganza at the First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford on Sunday, February 26th at 3pm. The Men’s Glee Club, the Chamber Singers and the Gospel Choir will each provide twenty minutes of outstanding choral music. Suggested donations, Adults $10, Students $5. Held at the First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford, 25 Church St. 585-586-5688, Britta.konau@

ROCHESTER Save the Date...14th Annual Cindy L. Dertinger Advanced Breast Cancer Seminar: Tools for the Journey. Friday, April 7 at the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester. This half-day seminar will include presentations by physicians and survivors who are living with metastatic breast cancer, followed by a reception. RSVP required. For more information contact the Coalition at 585-473-8177 or visit our website: Rochester Model Railroad Club Annual Open House - Saturday, March 4th, 10am-5pm; and Sunday, March 5th, 1-5pm at the First Universalist Church, 150 South Clinton Avenue, Rochester. Come out and see a spectacular 40 x 60 foot HO scale layout with beautiful scenery inspired by the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Trains will be running both days including Thomas the Tank Engine for the children. Admission: $5 adults and children over 13; children under 12 are free; maximum family admission is $15. Refreshments. A railroad flea market with items for sale on Saturday only. Please note: the layout is not wheelchair accessible. RCGC Library 6th Annual Used Book Sale - Saturday, February 18 and Tuesday-Saturday, February 21-25, 10am-4pm. Gently used and vintage garden books at bargain prices. Free seed catalogs. Free back issues of magazines. A week of opportunities to stock up on gardening books. The Library will be open for browsing and borrowing. Rochester Civic Garden Center, 5 Castle Park, , Rochester. www.


Welcoming Catholics Home is a six session program that offers updated information on the basics of Catholicism in a relaxed supportgroup setting. St. Marianne Cope Parish will hold the program at Good Shepherd School Building, 3318 E. Henrietta Road, on Wednesday evenings from 78:30pm. Session dates are February 22, March 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 5. No matter how long you have been away for whatever reason, you are invited to consider renewing your relationship with the Catholic Church. Winter Tours at Mount Hope Cemetery - Admission: $7 per person. Free for members and children under 16 with an adult. Meeting at the South Entrance, 1133 Mt. Hope Ave., opposite the Distillery Restaurant at 11am. Three guided tours this winter will explore the cemetery’s south end. Dates are: Saturday, February 25 - Guide: Sally Millick. Saturday, March 25 Guide: Cam Tran. Saturday, April 22 - Guide: Joanne Mitchell. Phone: 585-461-3494. Website: www. Facebook: Friends of Mt Hope. The Rochester Theater Organ Society proudly presents its next ”Pops on Pipes” concert on Sunday, February 26th at 2:30PM at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre. Come enjoy the popular annual performance by talented organ students from the Eastman School of Music -- ”The Eastman Bunch”! Admission to RTOS concerts for non-members is $15 per person. Children 12 & under, and students with school ID are free. Box office opens at 1:45PM day of performance. General admission seating. Handicapped accessible. For more information, visit the RTOS website at or call the RTOS Concert & Information Line at 585-234-2295.

WEBSTER XRX Pioneer Club Singles Group - Wednesday, February 22, Nucci´s Italian Seafood & Steakhouse, 807 Ridge Road/A, Webster at 11:30am. Order/pay individually. Reservations required - Marie 585-288-2973.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 21




ALL INCLUSIVE RESORT packages at Sandals, Dreams, Secrets, Riu, Barcelo, Occidental and many more. Punta Cana, Mexico, Jamaica and many of the Caribbean islands. Search available options for 2017 and SAVE at

WANTED: Standing timber & logs, actively seeking all species of timber! Hardwood, red & white pine, larch & hemlock. Guaranteed to beat any legitimate offer. A+ rating by the BBB, fully insured, no heavy equipment. Brown’s Logging, 585-610-0627.

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On March 2, 1966, the Ford Motor Company celebrates the production of its 1 millionth Mustang, a white convertible. More than 400,000 Mustangs were sold in the first year, perhaps boosted by its appearance in the James Bond movie “Goldfinger.”

Magic Maze PIANO


ACROSS 1 4 8 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 26 27 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

One of the kin Genie’s home Green or Rogen Noshed Bloodhound’s clue Temptation Cribbage scorer Unescorted Belligerent deity Insignificant sum Still Last letter Pollster’s find Moment Moo goo gai pan pan Deception Solidify Marathon fraction Mel of Cooperstown “Family Guy” airer Annie’s dog Botheration Erstwhile acorn Universe explanation Vicinity Greek vowel Court Inmates Watchful one Drag along Dandling site Whodunit writer Paretsky Vast expanse

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Fools Thing Genesis maker Hung lazily Take as one’s own Stereo forerunner Tavern snack Chalkboard Continental coin Almond or pecan Pianist Dame Myra Bobcat kin Early nuclear org. However, in verse Deterioration Dine on Driver’s license datum Triumph Bygone Crucial Treasure seekers in a 1985 movie Create Rx watchdog grp. About 30 percent of Africa Lower in rank Playful water critter Endorse Press Heredity unit “The Third of May 1808” painter They give a hoot Libertine Relaxing practice

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.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 22

EXPAND YOUR ADVERTISING REACH in 2017; make a resolution to advertise in AdNetworkNY through papers just like this across NYState. Do it with just one phone call; place your ad in print and online quickly and inexpensively! Regional coverage ads start at $229 for a 25-word ad. Visit us at www.gvpennysaver. com or call 1-866-811-8111.

REMEMBER & REFLECT... Celebrate the memory of your loved ones in print & online by publishing a memoriam in our passages section. Call or Email: Lynn Forrester; 585-226-5841

AIRLINE MECHANIC TRAINING Get FAA certification. Approved for military benefits. Financial Aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance, 888-686-1704.

DIVORCE $350* Covers Children, Property, TAX REDUCTION SERVICES, etc. *Excludes govt. Fees! Baycor & Assocs 1-888-498-7075, EXT 700. Established 1973. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!


Cash for unexpired DIABETIC TEST STRIPS! Free Shipping, Best Prices & 24 hr payment! Call 1-855-440-4001 www. Habla Espanol. SWITCH TO DIRECTV. From $50/ Month, includes FREE Genie HD/ DVR & 3 months HBO, SHOWTIME, CINEMAX, STARZ. Get a $50 Gift Card. Call 1-855-382-4087. CASH FOR CARS: We Buy Any Condition Vehicle, 2000 and Newer. Nation´s Top Car Buyer! Free Towing From Anywhere! Call Now: 1-800-864-5960.

Local Area Synchronized Skaters Compete in U.S. Skating Eastern Championships By Sue Jasie Four Mirror Image Synchronized Skating teams, representing the Thomas Creek Figure Skating Club, competed January 26-28 in Hershey, PA at the US Figure Skating Eastern Synchronized Skating Championships. All teams finished in the top 10 of their divisions with the Open Masters team winning the Silver Medal and the Open Collegiate Team winning the Pewter Medal. Synchronized skating is a Mirror Image Open Masters wins the silver medal! team sport in which 8-20 skaters perform a program set to music. It uses the same judging system as up of 12 area adult skaters ranging from 25-63 pairs and dance and is characterized by years of age. teamwork, speed, intricate formations and The Thomas Creek Figure Skating Club challenging step sequences. was established in 1989 to promote the The teams that competed over the enjoyment of figure skating, provide quality weekend were the Open Juvenile team made practice ice, and to encourage camaraderie up of 10 local skaters from Pittsford, Fairport, among skaters in Fairport and surrounding Brighton, Victor and Canandaigua who range areas. The club is a member of the United in age from 10 - 17, the Intermediate team States Figure Skating Association. They consisting of 13 skaters from the Syracuse and welcome figure skaters of all ages who have Rochester areas ages 13-17, the Open completed level 8 USFS basic skills or who Collegiate with college skaters representing have equivalent skills. For more information, RIT, U of R, St John Fisher, Nazareth, MCC please visit their website and Brockport and the Open Masters made


See more stories @

What’s Your Story? Have something interesting you’d like to share with our readers? Perhaps an original story, a personal experience, community happening, or school event. Add some photos, and your story will be featured on our popular website for all to see. Who knows - it may even end up in print! It’s easy to do - go to My Hometown at to view previously posted stories, or register with an email address and password to post your own. Visit My Hometown today!


Art& Soul EXPERT PIANO TUNING & REPAIR. Since 1980. Musician Extraordinaire, Charles M. Freida, 585-426-2334.

Painting is just another way of keeping a diary. ~Pablo Picasso

PENNY SAVER ONLINE POLL: In general, how much trust and confidence do you have in the mass media – such as newspapers, TV, and radio when it comes to reporting the news accurately and fairly? A great deal

Not very much None at all Poll Ends: 02/21/17 Vote at: Online Poll Question We’ll publish the results in next week’s Penny Saver.

Poll Results: 02/14/17 How are you spending Valentine’s Day? • Staying in, solo - 38.5% • Going on a date with my Valentine - 28.8% • My significant other and I don’t really celebrate Valentine’s Day - 26.9% • Hanging out with friends - 5.8%


Page 23

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Real Estate WE BUY HOUSES CASH offer in 24 hours. Any Condition, Any Location. Quick Sale, No Hassle. 585-236-4209

For Rent


FAIRPORT VILLAGE: 1 bedroom, 2nd floor apartment. Includes all utilities, appliances. Available March 1st. No Pets. $750/ monthly. 585-388-0597. LOCATED AT 208 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620 this amazing space just steps away from the new City Gate, College Town, South Wedge this prime location is in the center of the hottest areas of Rochester! Just minutes I-390, Thruway allowing for easy accessibility! Only $1,200/ month for 1100 square feet of open office reception area, 2 private offices, combination conference room, break room, restrooms. Front & rear entrance, 7 parking spots. Utilities Included! Contact Michael, 585-490-4954. FAIRPORT VILLAGE HOUSE: 2 bedroom w/deck. $995/ monthly plus utilities. Includes appliances, W/D hookup. No pets. Available now. 585-388-0597. FAIRPORT/ MACEDON AREA: Mobile homes for rent. Possible rent to own, 1 & 2 bedrooms, from $495 per month. 585-739-2577/ 585-739-6565.

WALWORTH/ MACEDON: New Build - Duplex Apartment For Rent. 1642 sqft, 3 BR, 2BA, Attached Garage. Includes appliances, W/D in unit, in-floor radiant heat. Includes heat/water/lawn mowing/ plowing. No Smoking. $1550/mo. Available now! Call 585-265-0450. See Craigslist post: 5950409608.

CANANDAIGUA: Very nice, large, apartments available. Heat included. $750-850. 585-469-5052.

For Sale DO YOU HAVE A SKI or SUMMER VACATION HOME OR CAMP TO RENT? Advertise with us for 2017 bookings! We connect you with nearly 3.3 million consumers (plus more online!) with a statewide classified ad. Advertise your property for just $489 for a 25-word ad, zoned ads start at $229. Visit www.gvpennysaver. com or call 1-866-812-8111. LAKEFRONT LAND SALE! Feb. 25th 1 DAY ONLY! 6 ac- 146’ Waterfront- $99,900 15 TO CHOOSE FROM! Beautiful Finger Lakes Wine Country. Off Season Prices, Low Interest Rates, Stunning Wooded Homesites. Call 1-888-701-1864 to Register


One and Two Bedroom Apartments Available Heat and Hot Water Included • Discounted Cable TV Small Pets Welcome • Peaceful, Park-like Setting Private Patios and Balconies • Community Room Resident Activities

585-377-6115 120 Jefferson Ave., Fairport, NY Income Restrictions Apply

CALL CANADA DRUG CENTER to find affordable international medications! Safe, reliable & affordable! Plus, get a FREE 2017 Calendar! Call 855-389-3862 Now!

❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■ #1 AFFORDABLE CUSTOM DECKS & PORCHES. Pt decks $10/ sqft. Additions, bathroom remodeling, windows, doors, laminate flooring, ceramic tile, interior painting, re-roofs, all phases of home construction & remodeling. Insured, references, 30 years experience. Mark, 585-467-8939.




15-50% OFF See It, Touch It, Take It Home

Sale on… • Table Lamps • Floor Lamps • Chandeliers

Replacement Lampshades Are Our Specialty! 1000’s to choose from! A Great Way to Redecorate! Bring your lamp for proper fit.

Jefferson Park Senior Apartments

REPLACEMENT WINDOWS as low as $199. White Vinyl Double Hung. 40 years exp. BBB A+ rating. Senior Citizen & Veteran Discounts. Call Pat @ 1-844-835-1180.


LAMP REPAIRS Do your lamps have brittle cords or faulty sockets?

We can fix them. One day repair service!

$5.00 OFF Any Lamp Repair

16 E. Main Street (Rt. 96) Victor • 924-7870 In the Village at 4 Corners • Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9:30am-5:00pm AVIATION Grads work with JetBlue, Boeing, Delta and others- start here with hands on training for FAA certification. Financial aid if qualified. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance, 1-866-296-7094.

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

SUPPORT our service members, veterans and their families in their time of need. For more information visit the Fisher House website at

CASH PAID for unexpired, sealed DIABETIC TEST STRIPS! 1 DAY PAYMENT & PREPAID shipping. HIGHEST PRICES! Call 1-888-776-7771.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 24



FREE HOME ENERGY IMPROVEMENTS The Weatherization Assistance Program is available through PathStone for income-eligible households in Monroe County outside of the city limits by reducing energy costs and improving the safety of homes through energy efficiency measures in owned or rented property

free of charge! HEAP recipients are automatically eligible. Contact PathStone today to explore your eligibility for free home energy improvements! 585-442-2030-Ext. 202 Funded by NYS Homes and Community Renewal




GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Handyman For All Your Home Improvements Painting, Back Splash, Tile, Drywall, Basement Waterproofing

10% OFF

Page 25



FREE Service Call with this ad and any work over $200. $45 value!

• Drains/Toilets/Faucets • Water Heaters/Sump Pumps • Gas Lines/Water Lines • Septic Systems/Sewer Lines • Remodeling - Bathrooms/Kitchens • Furnaces/Air Conditioning INSURANCE CLAIMS SPECIALIST

Any service If booked by 2/28/17



No Job Too Small! Military & Senior Discounts FREE Estimates

Plumbing & Heating Co. City License #296 • FREE ESTIMATES

Call 381-9060 or 248-9442


Interior Painting • Remodeling • Staining • Basements • Kitchens • Roofs • Power Washing • Exterior Painting • Gutter Cleaning

Alderlea T6 The largest Alderlea woodstove, the T6 is the solution for keeping large spaces warm and comfortable, even through long winter nights. It’s crafted for maximum heating capacity, with Extended Burn Technology (EBT) for all-night burn times, and features a family-sized cooktop and a huge glass window. Like all Pacific Energy woodstoves the T6 is engineered & warrantied for a lifetime of wood heat comfort.

No job too small!

Affordable Rates

Fairport, NY

Mark’s (585) 329-5996

Home Services

Alderlea T6

HERITAGE FIREPLACE & STOVE SHOPPE 235 PITTSFORD-PALMYRA RD., RT. 31, NEXT TO LOWE’S MACEDON • 315-986-7415 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-5; Sat. 10-4 Call for appointments.


Page 26

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111


24 Hour Emergency Service


Clip & Save


$15 OFF with this ad • All phases of Plumbing Services • Backflow Testing No job too small! Gary Raskopf, Owner

MONROE COUNTY PLUMBING Accepting Over 25 years experience Credit Cards 585·355·1900

Specializing in crane assisted removals. • Certified Arborists • Tree Trimming • Owner Operated • Fully Insured • Stump Grinding

(585) 766-JOSH (5674)

Joshua Miesch NY-5654AM Nikki Miesch NY-5762A

HOM E TIP: M aintain exterior door locks by cleaning and lubricating w ith a professional-quality product like Lockease or Tri-Flow, rather than squirting in graphite pow der.

Clip & Save

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel

• On Feb. 27, 1922, in Washington, D.C., the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, giving women the right to vote, is unanimously declared constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Love your home, again


Insulate & Stop Drafts Now • Be Comfortable In Your Home • Save Money On Utilities Locally owned & operated. 12+ Years

Call today for FREE Energy Evaluation & Estimate!

(585) 248-TRUE (8783) WINTER SPECIALS

Financing Available

AIR SEALING & INSULATION PACKAGE Must present coupon. Cannot be combined with other offers. One per household. Exp. 3/31/17.

FURNACE INSTALL Must present coupon. One per household. Cannot be combined with other offers. Exp. 3/31/17.

Home Energy & Comfort Evaluations • Insulation Windows • Efficient Hot Water Heaters • Heating • Duct Work

DID YOU KNOW? Home improvement projects can inadvertently expose homeowners to hidden dangers. For example, lead paint may be lurking underneath layers of existing paint in older homes. Exposure to lead dust or fumes may cause brain damage or other adverse health effects, especially in children or pregnant women. It is essential that homeowners control their exposure to lead or other hazardous substances through the use of protective equipment, such as a properly fitted respirator. If lead is discovered, it may require professional containment and cleanup. Contact your local health authority if you discover or suspect you have discovered lead paint or other hazardous materials in your home.


We Accept


Page 27

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Victor Roofing & Siding Book now and lock in lower prices! • Tear Offs • Shingle or Metal Roofs • Vinyl Siding & Trim • Gutter & Soffit

• Windows & Doors • Blown-In Cellulose Insulation • Carpentry


w! Call No nt Baseme om o & Bathr el d o Rem


Get started on that “To Do List” NO JOB TOO SMALL We specialize in your pending home sale “Punch List.”

• Remodeling • Electrical • Plumbing • Tile • Windows • Exterior • Decks • General Labor • Basement Egress

No Sub-Contractors • Hundreds of Satisfied Customers Fully Insured • Free Estimates


(585) 924-2570


He dares to be a fool, and that is the first step in the direction of wisdom. ~James Gibbons Huneker


EMPLOY SIMPLE FIRE PREVENTION MEASURES TO MAXIMIZE SAFETY Did you know that, according to the National Fire Protection Association, most people have a false sense of security regarding house fires, believing that they would have approximately six minutes to evacuate their home in the event of a fire? In reality, smoke and fire spread rapidly and can overcome occupants in less than three minutes. When a fire occurs, there’s no question that time is critical. The good news is there are several important steps you can take to maximize your escape time. With the following measures in place, you’ll create critical protection for what matters most -- your home and family. 1. Install smoke alarms. You should have one in every bedroom, outside each separate sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement. For the best protection, make sure all smoke alarms are interconnected. When one sounds, they all sound. 2. Inspect and clean smoke alarms monthly. Replace batteries in spring and fall. To clean the alarm, open the cover and gently vacuum the interior. 3. Prepare and practice a fire escape plan. Draw a floor plan of your home, marking two ways out of every room - especially sleeping areas. Discuss the escape routes with every member of your household, and agree on a meeting place outside your home in case of emergency. Practice your escape plan at least twice a year. 4. Select building materials that provide passive fire protection. Passive fire protection is part of the core of the building and helps control fire by limiting its spread. One very effective form of passive fire protection is the installation of insulation. When adding or upgrading insulation, look for products made from naturally fireresistant, inorganic materials.

• Our Specialty - Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations

Bill Slater, Owner

Fairport, NY 585-773-2563 Retired Engineer Insured • Reasonable Rates

• Indoor Work • Custom kitchen cabinets & kitchen design • Custom bathroom vanities & bathroom design • Other custom wood projects including: built-ins, fireplace mantels, wainscoting, stairs (straight or spiral), floor installation & custom furniture. • Custom countertops including: marble, quartz, Corian, Formica • Basement remodeling • Ceramic tiling • Interior painting • General repairs - plumbing, electrical, carpentry

Com m on Law n Crit t ers A nd Pest s: Grubs: Grubs are the larvae of beetles and are the nemesis of many a landscaping enthusiast because they typically produce patches of unsightly brow n grass in the ir w ake. The grass is discolored because grubs eat its roots, and the resulting damage may be mistaken for su n damage w hen temperatures are especially high. Worm-like in appearance, grubs also are a nuisance because th ey serve as a food source for w ildlife, including raccoons and skunks. Such animals may cause further d amage to a law n in search of grubs to eat.

Roof Leaks Fixed

Gutter Cleaning & Repairs • Roof Installation • Flashing Repairs • Flat Roofs • Shingle Repairs • Chimney Repair Small Jobs Welcome Fully Insured • Serving the area for 15 years!


Page 28

GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

HANDY MAN HOME REPAIR Chimney Cleaning Special

Roof Leaks


• Deck Staining & Painting • All Carpentry Work • Drywall Repair • Gutter Repairs • Painting • Power Washing • Basement Repairs • Plumbing Repairs • Siding • Windows • Soffit & Fascia Repairs …and more! NO JOB TOO SMALL Fully Insured Senior Citizen Discounts

585-802-1544 MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On March 3, 1952, the U.S. Supreme Court upholds a New York state law that prohibits communists from teaching in public schools. The statute applied to anyone who called for the overthrow of the government.



American Aerial Tree Experts • Stump Grinding • Tree Removal • Tree Pruning Fully Insured FREE Estimates




MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On March 5, 1770, a mob of American colonists gathers at the Customs House in Boston and begins taunting British soldiers. The British regulars responded by firing their rifles, killing five colonists. Later, two British soldiers had their thumbs branded with an “M” for murder as punishment.

D id you k now ? M any homeow ners prefer the look and durability of real hardw ood flooring. It can be exciting to install new flooring, and you may be anxious to start transforming a room. But before di ving right in, it’s necessary to acclimate w ood flooring to a home. Otherw ise, you may end up w ith buckled w ood or other problems. Hardw ood flooring needs to sit in the room w here it w ill be installed for anyw here betw een five and 10 days or in adherence to the manufacturer recommendations. This gives the new flooring time to adjust to the humidity level and temperature of the home. Natural w ood shrinks and expands due to temperature fluc tuations, w hich is w hy it is essential to match the conditions in the home before w orking w ith the flooring. The boards can be acclimated in the boxes (w ith the ends opened) or outside of the boxes.




GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

The residents of the newly re-named LAKEVILLE VILLAGE would like to send heartfelt thanks to all the local merchants who donated merchandise and/ or gift cards, to be used at our Community Christmas Party as door prizes. Again many thanks and a very Happy New Year! Mary Nash Social Club Member I have several accounts with various different banking institutions, and that being said, the team at Hamlin’s Citizen’s Bank are the BEST. If there was a star rating process, KYLEE JONES would get a TEN. It is always enjoyable to do business with them. Not only do they get the job done, but I always leave Citizen’s with a smile on my face. I love bantering back and forth with my usual quips and one liners, with both Kylee and STEPHAN who is the assistant branch manager. So, thanks to Kylee and Stephan for allowing

Page 29


me the time to banter with my quips and off the wall sense of humor. All of you have always been courteous and very friendly. Other bank employees should take pointers from how you treat your customers. Thanks for making banking so enjoyable. From the sugar lady. lol Thank you to everyone who helped to make the 2016 Manchester/ Shortsville Holiday Basket Program a success. We are nothing without your support. To all who shopped and donated food or gifts, those who wrapped the gifts, and those who delivered the items - THANK YOU. Your generosity made the Holidays brighter for many in our community. See you next year. Holiday Basket Committee I would like to thank Adrian who works at the Geneseo Walmart. I need distilled water for medical reasons and the shelves were empty. One employee said there was some in the warehouse, but he couldn’t get it for me then. When I asked Adrian he stopped what he was doing and got me the water from the warehouse (even though it wasn’t his department).

On December 8, a bus trip turned toxic. The bus was over an hour late at the pickup and the passengers waiting unleashed a tirade of abusive language that ruined the whole day. The most abusive passenger held us up further because she boarded the bus leaving her car running and we had to wait while she disembarked to turn it off. Of course, we were all supposed to be nice about that delay. Therefore- 1. Bus companies should refund for cancelled services or late services 2. Passengers should consider how their abusive language and demeanor has to be tolerated by other customers.

Whoever approved the zoning for these ridiculous LED Digital Lighted signs, made a stupid, poor decision! Why is it so hard to just say NO to them? They are too bright and too distracting. People who want to go to


these establishments know where they are without these borderline illegal Lighted signs! If these places were/are suffering for business, try better sales and less expensive pricing! A bright sign will not do it! They are trashy and cause light pollution! I thought bars had to do away with these neon signs. Why is it okay now? Zoning Boards should restrict future signs and get rid of existing ones! It is Light Pollution & negatively impacts environment.

On Sunday afternoon [local] Chorale held a wonderful holiday concert; actually it would have been wonderful if a young, undisciplined child had not ruined it. Parents are to be commended for introducing young children to such cultural events but not when they are permitted to disrupt the performance. The child in question was allowed to roam the aisle, babble on and on, and when finally corralled, she rebelled with a scream heard even from the entryway; it was far too long before she left. How inconsiderate to the audience and rude to the singers and director.


GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 30



Puzzle Answers

Stay Active with Your Kids!

Crossword Puzzle

Rentals available Ice Skating in Fairport Junction. $5.00/hr. or $10.00/day. Sudoku

New and Used Ice Skates Available 168 S. Main St. Canandaigua 585-393-5680

40 N. Main St. Fairport 585-388-1350 • Celebrating 45 Years! Go Figure!

SALE Even Exchange

50% O FF E


Hocus-Focus 1. Robot is missing. 2. Curtain is different. 3. Drum is missing. 4. Bedcover hem is missing. 5. Frame is missing. 6. Teddy bear is smaller.



GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111

Page 31



Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100

Golf Course Maintenance Oak Hill Country Club • Seasonal Full Time • Competitive Wages • Overtime Available

Must be 18 years old or older. Apply in person 3418 Monroe Ave. (Back of Pittsford Colony Plaza)

Rochester, NY 14618



Carpenters a n d Carpenters’ Helpers. O wn ha nd to o ls. D e p e nd a ble . Tra nsp o rta tio n a m u st. F ra m i ng ne w ho m e s a nd a d d i tio ns.

Ca llJo h n

31 5-521 -0294 • DAYS, M-F 7:30am - 4pm • With performance & attendance rewards can earn over $500/wk. • Health Insurance contribution, paid vacation and holidays provided w/required time in service. • Must be at least 21, have own car & be able to pass drug, background and driving record screening.

Call: (585) 924-2060

UPDATE YOUR SKILLS IN A SECURE JOB INDUSTRY M EDICINE: Financial health does not safeguard people against illness, and health services are needed regardless of the state of the economy. That makes medical careers some of the most coveted and stable around. Healthcare professions can be lucrative, and careers in medicine are not restricted to doctors or nurses. Clinicians, medical imaging personnel and medical laboratory technicians also are needed. The United States Department of Labor lists services for the elderly and persons w ith disabilities, home healthcare services and other health practitioner positions among the fastest-grow ing career opportunities.

ConServe is



3-5 years experience working in auto mechanics, small engine repair, or heavy equipment mechanics. Full time year-round with benefits $ 14-$16 per hour. Must have valid driver’s license, reliable transportation & be over the age of 18.

in our Hi-Tech Communication Center

Email resume with references Looking only for applicants who meet the qualifications.

Immediate Openings

Apply online at

Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug-Free Workplace

Kennel Attendant FT/PT positions at Fairview Veterinary Hospital, 6735 Pittsford-Palmyra Rd., Fairport, NY to provide care to boarding pets and maintain hospital cleanliness. FT schedule will be Monday-Friday, 7:30am-4pm, some holidays. PT positions will work some day, evening, weekend and holiday shifts. Need to have high school diploma or GED for full time position. Part-time positions require completion of at least 2 yrs. of high school. Animal handling experience preferred. Apply at location or on line at EOE

An employer would be a complete fool to let an image like college partying influence their hiring decisions. ~Nick Denton



GVPENNYSAVER.COM 1-866-812-8111


Quality. Consistency. $

223-8118 - Call Now!

223-8118 - Call Now!

5.00 Off

2 Medium Cheese Pizzas.

Any Large Pizza @regular price Exp. 3/20/17.


13.99 Toppings Extra. Exp. 3/20/17.

Dine-In and Take-Out Delivery and Catering 7374 Pittsford-Palmyra Rd., Town Center Plaza


The Genesee Valley Penny Saver Fairport-Perinton Edition 2/17/17  

Local events, stories, coupons and business updates from Fairport and Perinton New York.

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you