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

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Your Finding work after 50 Unemployment isn’t easy for anyone, regardless of their age. But unemployed men and women over 50 may find it especially difficult to find work. Whether it’s a byproduct of age-related discrimination or any of a host of additional variables, jobless older workers often struggle to find work. In a 2016 analysis of government figures, the Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis at the New School estimated that the jobless rate for workers 55 and older in August of 2016, six years after the Great Recession, was nearly 9 percent. At the time, the national jobless rate hovered around 5 percent. Unemployed men and women over 50 who are struggling to find work can consider the following strategies as they look to rejoin the workforce. • Revisit your résumé. Unemployed men and women over 50 have no doubt updated their résumés to reflect their most recent professional experience. But they may need to trim some of the fat in regard to their work life 10 or more years ago. Today’s job, men and women over 50 should make an effort to hiring managers may only be concerned with recent experience showcase their enthusiasm about working with and learning that illustrates skillsets that are relevant to today’s jobs. Men and from younger colleagues, while also noting their desire to women over 50 may consider their experience from 20 years ago commit long-term to a company. Some hiring managers may invaluable, but if that experience does not meet the specific needs surprise older applicants, viewing them as potentially more of the jobs they’re now seeking, then they should remove it from reliable than younger workers simply looking to gain some their résumés so hiring managers can quickly access the more experience in a particular industry before moving on to the next relevant information from their work histories. opportunity. • Embrace 21st century job hunting. Finding a job in the second • Make use of your existing downtime. Another strategy decade of the 21st century is unlike job hunting in decades prior, unemployed men and women over 50 can try as they look for and wholly different from how men and women over 50 looked work is to make better use of their existing downtime. Enrolling for jobs upon beginning their professional lives. Networking can in online courses can give prospective employers the impression mean the difference between unemployment and landing a job. that applicants over 50 are both tech-savvy and willing to learn Go to job fairs attended by hiring managers and join professional new things. Each of those things can help men and women over organizations that host events where professionals in your field 50 overcome any unjustified, tech-related stigmas that hiring can gather. managers may attach to older job candidates. • Turn your age into a positive. Men and women over 50 should Finding work after 50 is not always easy, and job seekers may accept the likelihood that their new managers and/or hiring need to adjust their approach before they can get back in the managers will be younger than them. When interviewing for a workforce.


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week. She is our “garage cat” and we had adopted her from a farm so she was used to coming and going. On a nice day I opened the garage door to let her go in and out because she had been in the garage for a couple of weeks with all the snow. A snowstorm came in and we thought she was back in the garage. We hoped she had made her way to one of the barns nearby. You never know what Thank you to my neighbor, might get your cat in the Tammy. She was kind enough to country so we were happy to take a photo of a cat she found in know that she was safe. She is a her garage and post it on FB. big talker and I wish I knew YES! She had found our cat. We what she was saying. I’m sure it had been looking for our cat for a was about her adventures. Time Thank you to all the volunteer coaches for a great 2018 youth basketball season! You lead by example, motivate and listen, challenge and develop our kids into better team players. Also a big thank you to the officials and referees who put up with the comments and outbursts from us parents. We appreciate you too, even if that was so clearly a foul. :)

Where are those to enforce laws? This morning, people barely stopping at stop signs, people cutting in front of me, turn signals of some cars not being used when turning. One SUV darted and turned right, right in front of me. Lucky him I was doing the speed limit and watching. I never see any

police out in the morning. Not near the shopping outlet, the stretch of road going to the big box store, or near the intersection. Even at the roundabout, people not bothering to yield. It's insane how some of these people are driving. You have to be really alert driving in this town. So why when I come to town in the morning this mostly always happens and no police around to do something about this careless driving. I always breathe a sigh of relief when I leave that town to back to where it is quiet and not mayhem.

To the person who complained last week: I totally get it! People use my driveway to turn around all the time and it drives me crazy! They miss the driveway and ruin my lawn and

to put in a “cat door.” Thanks again for your kindness, Tammy! I would like to thank the driver in line behind me today (Mar 1st) at the Lakeville McDonald's who paid for my breakfast! You made my day! I'll pay it forward!

skills of soccer for our long running Riga Recreation Soccer Academy. David Thomas Recreation Supervisor Town of Riga

A “Thumbs Up” to the coaches of the Churchville Soccer Club (Courtney, Dan, Jamie, and Brian) for volunteering their precious time to provide leadership in teaching boys and girls in grades K-4 the fundamental

break the markers I put out for the man who plows my drive and do not have the decency to drop off a new one that would cost them 89 cents to replace. Several times they have barely missed hitting my new fence, which is three feet from either side of the driveway. I say to these people you are rude, rude, rude. Use the next street to turn around, not private driveways. Replace my markers if you run over them. To the homeowner...the buck stops here. Get yourself some orange cones and put them at the very end of your driveway. A tiny bit inconvenient for you but it solves the problem nicely.

On December 1st I had to put my dog down. I called my local vet as soon as he opened. While talking to his receptionist she said

she could hear my dog crying. I told her he was in a lot of pain and I needed to put him down as soon as possible. She told me the vet had gone home for a minute but as soon as he got home she would ask him if he would put my dog down. After about 10 minutes she called back and told me that the vet could not put my dog down today as he had to give another dog an x-ray and take & do some blood work. How heartless can a vet be! He would not take 10 minutes out of his so called business day to put my dog who was suffering out of his misery? Thank God for the York Animal Hospita,l they helped my poor dog!!! Couldn't have asked for more caring people. They are the best.


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

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H O R O SC O P E ARIES (March 21 to April 19) With your practical side dominant this week, it’s a good time to reassess your finances to see what expenses you can cut. Aspects also favor mending fraying relationships. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Your Bovine-inspired determination to follow matters through from beginning to end pays off in a big way. Enjoy a well-earned weekend of fun with a special someone. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Aspects favor re-establishing business relationships you might have neglected. A family member’s request needs to be given more thought before you make a decision. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) While you might appreciate the avalanche of advice coming from others, keep in mind that the intuitive Moon Child is best served by listening to her or his own inner voice. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) The Lion’s social life whirls at centrifugal speed this week as you go from function to function. Things slow by week’s end, giving you a chance to catch up on your chores. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Don’t let your stand on an issue cause a rift with a colleague. Insist on both of you taking time to reassess your positions while there’s still room for compromise. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) An opportunity you’d been hoping for finally opens up. But read the fine print before you make a commitment, especially where a time factor might be involved. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Your need to know what’s going on behind the scenes leads you to make some bold moves. Be prepared with a full explanation of your actions if necessary. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A lot of details need tending to during the early part of the week. The pressure eases midweek, allowing you to get back to your major undertaking. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A friend asks you to act on their behalf in a dispute. Be careful. You might not have all the facts you need in order to make a fair assessment of the situation. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) A new development might require you to cancel some of your plans. But you adapt easily, and by week’s end, you could receive welcome “cheeringup” news. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your recent workplace accomplishments boost your selfconfidence just as you’re about to consider a potentially rewarding, although possibly risky, career move. BORN THIS WEEK: Your love of the arts is equaled only by your strong sense of justice. People can depend on you to always try to do what’s right. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.

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RECOGNIZE AND AVOID YOUTH SPORTS INJURIES Periostitis: Periostitis is commonly known as “shin splints.” This is an overuse injury that occurs in athletes who are engaged in activities that involve rapid deceleration. Periostitis causes inflammation of the band of tissue that surrounds bones known as the periosteum, and typically affects people who repetitively jump, run or lift heavy weights. To head off potential pain in the shins, young athletes can gradually build up their tolerance for physical activity. Supportive shoes or orthotic inserts may also help. Incorporating cross-training into a regimen also can work.


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Fact or Artifact? --DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently had a nuclear stress test as a requirement for a kidney transplant. The results of my test indicated that I had sustained moderate damage to my heart as the result of a heart attack. No further testing could be done because of the possible effect of dye on my kidneys. Six months later in a follow-up nuclear test, my results were normal and I was told that the problem was an artifact. Would you explain what an artifact is? -- M.J.N. ANSWER: An artifact, in this context, is anything that can keep the test from being interpreted correctly. People often think of medical tests as definitive -- the stress test shows that either you have blockages in the arteries in your heart or you don’t -- but it usually is not so clear. Even a perfectly normal stress test is possible in people with blockages, but the bigger the blockage, the more likely we can see them. In women, breasts can obscure the images from the radioactive dye used in a nuclear stress test, making it seem as though the inferior portion of the heart isn’t getting enough blood, which is one of the most common artifacts leading to a false-positive diagnosis (when the test says there is an abnormality but there isn’t). It may be that on the follow-up test, the technician did a better job of placing the camera. Unfortunately, it also is possible that the second test was a false-negative test. In that case, the first stress test was correct that you had heart damage, and the second stress test failed to identify blockages in the heart. This happens sometimes when there are multiple blockages diffusely in all the blood vessels, since the main thing the physician interpreting the test is looking for is more radiation (meaning more blood flow) in one part of the heart compared with another. Stress tests normally are quite accurate at detecting health and disease. When there are conflicting results, as in your case, sometimes the answer is clear from other data (including common sense). Other times a more definitive test is needed, such as a cardiac catheterization (angiogram). Since these have risks, it’s imperative that the patient discuss with an experienced clinician whether the test is worth those risks. The booklet on heart attacks, America’s No. 1 killer, explains what happens, how they are treated and how they are avoided. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Roach -- No. 102W, 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 © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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THE REAL McCABE By Charlotte Wilson The Real McCabe is a simple biography of a local man. I have written it solely for the purpose of noting his life and passing. Though little was known of him he lived a worthwhile and honest life. It should not pass unnoticed or unappreciated. In his book of poems, he had this to say. “I was born in East Bridgewater, Mass., at a time when there was no hospital there. A Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Selee lived there then and asked if I might use their surname as my first name, so I became Selee. I was baptized by Bishop C.C.McCabe of the Methodist Church and I kicked up such a fuss with my little heels on his chest that after the service was over, he asked if I could carry his name as my middle name. And so I became Selee McCabe. In his younger days, Bishop McCabe was a baritone soloist and on the occasion of the first singing of The Battle Hymn of the Republic, he was the singer chosen to do it. President Lincoln was in the audience on that occasion and he wrote a note and sent it down to the stage asking the young man to sing it again and soloist McCabe complied with the President’s request. A few of the people I talked to remembered McCabe, but no one remembered much about him. I first met McCabe when he came with my fiancé on Memorial Day weekend in 1954. I was coming to New York to meet my future in-laws, and in his letter, Rob had said, “I hope you don’t mind if I bring along an eccentric old man. “Mac,” as he was called had relatives in Portland he wished to visit and so he was dropped off in Portland and we picked him up on our return to New York State. My first impression of “Mac” was that, of a jolly, rotund old elf and in the next 600 miles I learned about “Mac’s” peculiarities firsthand. He told me he was the son of a Methodist minister and a domineering mother. Although she tried, Minerva Augusta could not control her son. He was obviously bright, as his mother had said he could read Dickens’ “A Child’s History of England” before he started school. Another thing I learned about “Mac” was that he never swore, but he said things that sounded very close to swear words. As we drove through hilly and curvy North Adams, Massachusetts, he denounced the roads as “condemned snake paths.” “Mac” told me he had graduated from a Free Methodist College and showed me a picture of his graduating class and the girl he had been engaged to. He said she had jilted him and his heart was broken. No one I talked to later seemed to know if this had caused his paranoia or if it had been caused by an accident he had suffered, when as an employee of a grainery, a load fell on him. My future father-in-law had befriended him and Mac had become a common sight in the neighborhood, but few, if any, chose to know him well. One would see him with a blanket tied around his shoulders with a rope, and eyeglasses tied around his head, out in the rain mowing lawns. He hired out as a handyman in the neighborhood, although he held a full time job at the university, washing pots and pans. He wore mended rags to work and said it was of no use to buy new clothes as they just got dirty and ruined there. He later hired me to do his laundry and wash those rags twice a year and believe me, they needed it. I had to use tongs to pick them up. Mac was extremely honest and never cheated anyone out of a penny, even the government. If a tree were cut down in the area, he would clean up the branches, cut them into twigs, bundle and tie them and sell them for kindling for five cents a bundle. When he mowed a neighbor’s lawn, he would mow North and South, then East and West, until it looked perfect. When Mac was a young man, he sang with a traveling church choir and I’m sure he had a beautiful voice as we sang songs on our trip back from Maine and he harmonized beautifully.


When my parents came to visit me in New York, my dad was charmed by Mac. They sat on the sun-deck of my father-in-law’s house and Mac told my dad how the corn used to grow 10 feet high on that very spot, years back. Then he told my dad how watermelons were grown in Georgia. It seems they dropped the seeds from a helicopter and later harvested them with large tongs, also by helicopter, because of rattlesnakes. My dad listened with great amusement. Although sometimes Mac made good sense, mostly you just wondered where he got his logic. Mac worried constantly about the F.B.I.. He thought they were coming to get him and had devised an escape plan. He lived on the south side of the street, so his plan was to dig a tunnel north under the street to his neighbors and then under the railroad tracks. They would never find him! There was just one fly in the ointment…a neighbor lady (whom he was sure was a secret member of the F.B.I.). He believed she watched his comings and goings from the top of a tree. Mac got promoted to potato peeler at the university. Then he went to the president of the university to complain that someone was trying to sabotage his work by putting rocks in the potato peeler. Mac typed and did term papers for students, for a fee. He kept records of everything. He saved everything; even his urine, which he kept in jars under his bed. He saved books, magazines, and manuscripts. There were only walk-through paths in his apartment. My father-in-law took Mac to the cobblers regularly as Mac always kept his shoes in good repair. Once, when a sole came off his shoe, Mac stuck his foot, shoe and all into a bucket of tar. He said this would preserve his sole. He had his own sewing machine and mended his own clothes. They were mends upon mends upon patches but he wore them with dignity, so I washed them with respect. Mac hoed and cultivated his garden at night because he said, “It was cooler and better for the crops.” He had plans to put heat tapes in the ground so he could start his garden earlier in the year. We learned to appreciate Mac’s good qualities in the few years we knew him. He ate ice cream by the quart. He would walk into our yard with a quart of vanilla ice cream, proceed to the nearest chair and ask for a spoon. Then he’d devour the whole thing. However, if one of the children were in the yard, he always offered to share it. Mac had lots of cats. He paid a neighbor boy to go to the store to buy cat food, but never seemed to buy food for himself. Maybe he ate cat food or perhaps he ate at the college. His cats were the joy of his life. He hired a professional photographer to take photos of them playing with a football, then wrote a story about it. That fall, we moved to the country. We knew he would be alone for Thanksgiving, so we invited him for dinner. We picked him up because he didn’t have a car. He brought his “Cat’s Football Game” story and read it to my children. Soon, all the neighborhood kids were there listening intently. I wish I had taken pictures. At Christmastime, our family group drove into the village. We parked the car and walked to Mac’s and sang Christmas carols at the bottom of the stairs. Mac appeared at the top of the stairs in a halo of light from the single overhead bulb. I climbed up the stairs and handed him a basket of homemade cookies. Tears welled up in his eyes and rolled down his wrinkled cheeks. He whispered, “God bless you.” Mac didn’t live too much longer. I suppose a few of the village people noted his passing, as one notes the passage of one season into another; but few, if any ever knew the Real McCabe. I’ll never forget him.

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

Community Open Meal - Please join us for a free meal and fellowship on Saturday, March 17th from 3-4pm in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day! The meal takes place in the Msgr. Scnahcky Center at St. Catherine of Siena Church. The church is located at 26 Mendon-Ionia Road and the center is handicapped accessible. All are welcome! For more information, please contact the church rectory at 624-4990.

K of C Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner - The Fairport Knights of Columbus Council #7085 is sponsoring its annual St. Patrick’s Day Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner on Saturday, March 17th, 5-7PM, at the Perinton VFW Hall, 300 Macedon Center Rd. (Rt. 31F), Fairport. Tickets are $10 adult, $5 age 10 and under, and are available at the VFW or at the door. https://

The Life and Times of Snowy Owls with Tom McDonald - During the presentation, we will cover and chronicle an entire year in the life of a snowy owl. From hatching, migration, wintering, and the bird’s return to the Arctic Circle. We will also explore how and where “snowies” move in New York State, as well as take an intimate look into their daily wintertime routines. Lastly, we will discuss environmental changes that are affecting their life cycle and the future of the Tundra. Held March 17, 1:303pm, Tinker Nature Park, Hansen Nature Center, 1525 Calkins Rd., Pittsford. view/tinkerpark

Comedy Night to Benefit Generation Two (G2) - Generation Two invites you to an evening of comedy featuring six talented comedians, including Funniest Person in Rochester finalists. Tickets are available at the door and include coffee and dessert. All proceeds to support G2. Comedy is PG-13 and not suitable for young children. March 23, 7:30pm9:30pm, Jefferson Avenue School, 303 Jefferson Ave., Fairport. www. $15 per person. “The Musical Dossenbachs of Early Twentieth Century Rochester” will be speaker Lisa Kleman’s topic on Tuesday, March 20, 7pm, Fairport Museum (18 Perrin St). In the early decades of the twentieth century, the Dossenbach brothers were famous and wellloved in the Rochester area. They founded and conducted the Rochester Orchestra and the Rochester Park Band and were also George Eastman’s favored musicians, playing for his twice-weekly musicales and parties from 1905-1919. Lisa Kleman, the great-granddaughter of Theodore Dossenbach, invites attendees to step into the past and imagine living in a time long gone but not forgotten. All are welcome to attend this free program. www.


ROCHESTER Want To Lose Weight? TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is an affordable weight loss support group with weekly weigh-ins and educational programs. Yearly membership is only $32 and your first meeting is free. There are 15 chapters in Monroe County. To find the one closest to you visit www.tops. org or call 800.932.8677 or 585.794.8164. The Friends of Mount Hope Cemetery - 2018 WINTER TOURS SCHEDULE. The tour guide will introduce you to interesting early Rochesterians, describe historic features seen no other place in Rochester and learn about local history. Tours are 1 hour to 1-1/2 hours depending on weather conditions. Saturday, March 24 at 11AM. Guide: Dennis Carr. Saturday, April 28 at 11AM. Guide: Cam Tran. Mount Hope Cemetery South Entrance (1133 Mt. Hope Avenue opposite the Distillery Restaurant.) Park inside the cemetery. Admission: $5 per person. Members free with card. Children 15 & under free when accompanied by an adult. Information Line: (585) 461-3494. Website:

43rd annual “Antiques on Campus”, sponsored by Genesee Country Antique Dealers Association. Held at the Nazareth College, Shults Center, 4245 East Avenue, Pittsford on Saturday, March 17, 10-5pm and Sunday, March 18, 10-4pm. Handicap accessible, parking lot shuttle. Cost: $8 admission. Over 50 fine antique dealers from Rochester and surrounding counties showing great items. 585-330-9282. www.

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Stinging insects such as bees and w asps play a vital role as pollinators that maintain the national food supply. How ever, a multitude of factors, including the lack of available natural habitats for foraging pollinators, diseases, harmful mites and improper pesticide usage, have threatened pollinator health in recent years. As a result, many people have realized the importanc e of protecting pollinators and even developed gardens geared tow ard providing safe sources of nectar and pollen. The National Pest M anagement Association (NPM A) w ants to remind homeow ners that w hile creating pollinator-friendly habitats is largely beneficial for both people and pollinators, it is important to keep in mind that some stinging insects can pose significant health and safety risks. In fact, stinging insects send an estimated 500,000 people to the hospital every year. People w ith know n allergies to insec t stings or w ith asthma should be espec ially c areful around pollinators, as stings could trigger a potentially lifethreatening reaction. There is also a common myth that bees and w asps can only sting once before they die. This only holds true for some species of stinging insects, and people should alw ays be cautious around hives and nests. If a person comes in close contact w ith a stinging insect, sw atting at it w ill often provoke it to become more aggressive. The best course of action is to remain calm and slow ly w alk in one direction until the insect loses interest. M aintaining a garden that serves as a w elcome oasis for w ild bees or community bees that are being raised by local professionals is a great w ay to protect pollinators. W ithout proper beekeeping training, how ever, homeow ners should never allow stinging insects to take up residence on their property. If a hive is spotted in or around the yard, a pest management professional or professional beekeeper should be contacted to safely remove it and, if possible, move it to a safe location w here the bees can be allow ed to thrive w ithout posing any dangers to the public. If the hive is located in a building, utilizing a professional is also critically important to ensure every part of it is removed; any leftover combs could contain honey that can ferment and cause serious damage, as w ell as attract pests to the property.

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Turkey Roulade with Cranberry Chutney Serves 6 1 1

sheet puff pastry pound turkey meat from turkey breast and/or thigh meat, cut into 1-inch chunks 3 eggs 1⁄2 cup chicken stock 1⁄4 cup Marsala 2 tablespoons unsalted butter Unbleached all-purpose flour, for the pastry 1⁄2 cup celery sliced on diagonal 1⁄2 cup sliced button mushrooms 1⁄2 cup Cranberry Chutney, plus more for serving Fresh parsley sprigs for garnish 1. Following the instructions on the package, thaw the puff pastry. This will take 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the type of pastry. You should be able to unfold it without it breaking. Set aside. 2. Pulse the turkey in a food processor until it is the consistency of ground beef. Add 2 of the eggs, the chicken stock, the Marsala, and the butter. Pulse again briefly, until just combined. 3. Roll out the puff pastry on a floured surface until it is a 12- or 13-inch square. Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the pastry on top. 4. Form the minced turkey mixture into a log and position it down the center of the prepared puff pastry. Make an indentation down the length of the turkey and place the celery, mushrooms, and cranberry chutney along the indentation. Cover the indentation with the meat, forming a log once again. 5. Wrap the puff pastry around the turkey, neatly folding the ends and top together, rolling or tucking the edges together, and pinching to seal any gaps. Make the pastrycovered log as round as possible, like a Yule log — try to avoid a flattened version, like a strudel. 6. Preheat the oven to 450 F. 7. Combine the remaining egg with 1 tablespoon water in a small bowl or cup. Stir well until completely mixed. Brush the roulade with the egg wash, being careful to brush every bit of the exposed pastry. 8. Bake for 10 minutes at 450 F, then reduce the heat to 375 F. Continue to bake for 30 to 45 minutes longer, until the pastry has risen and is a toasty, golden color and the turkey has reached an internal temperature of 165 F. Generally speaking, once the pastry has cooked, the meat will be cooked, too. Remove the roulade from the oven. Transfer it to a serving platter, using the parchment paper to help you. Allow to rest for about 10 minutes. 9. Slice and serve, garnishing with the parsley and served with a bowl of extra cranberry chutney.


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SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. When was the last time before 2016 that the Chicago Cubs lost a postseason game by a 1-0 score? 2. How many times did Yankees legend Joe DiMaggio have more home runs than strikeouts in a major-league season? 3. Which Big Ten football team was the first to go to the Rose Bowl? 4. Who was the first NBA player to officially record a quadrupledouble? 5. Name the last NHL player before Washington’s Alex Ovechkin to start a season with back-to-back hat tricks. 6. How many consecutive yearly Directors’ Cups has Stanford won for having the most success in Division I college athletics? 7. Who was heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano’s final bout against before retiring with a 49-0 record?

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1. It was 1918, when Boston’s Babe Ruth shut out the Cubs in the first game of the World Series. 2. Seven times (1937, ‘38, ‘39, ‘40, ‘41, ‘46 and ‘48). 3. Michigan, in 1902. 4. Nate Thurmond, for Chicago in 1974 (22 points, 14 rebounds, 13 assists, 12 blocked shots). 5. In 1917, Cy Denneny, Joe Malone and Reg Noble all did it. 6. Twenty-three. 7. Archie Moore, in 1955.

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Penny Saver Pet of the Week Hi, my name is

Caesar and I am a 3-year-old Shih Tzu. I am not really a sheriff, but I like to dress up as one! I am a very smart fellow; I can wave bye bye, high five, do the bunny hop, wink, play dead if you point at me and say bang and give my “Mom” big hugs! I am a handsome guy with 2 inch long eyelashes…(makes my mom jealous)! Send us a photo and brief write-up of your pet and we’ll feature it as the “POW.” Featured pets will be entered in the Pet of the Year Contest and become eligible to win a gift. Email to: or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.

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Just like humans, pets need a combination of physical activity and caloric moderation to maintain healthy weights. Daily caloric needs for indoor cats range from 180 to 200 calories per day. The larger a dog is, the more calories it needs.


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SHOP MECHANIC Industry leading Toyota forklift dealership. Previous forklift experience preferred. Automotive experience a plus. No Nights - No Weekends - No Holidays - No Flat Rate Competitive Wages & Benefits Fax or email resume to: 585-742-5142 Equal Opportunity Employer Upon retiring, many newly minted retirees find themselves looking for ways to fill their free time. Hobbies may not take up too much time, and travel can stretch retirees’ budgets. One way that retirees can make great use of their free time and make a little extra money is to find part-time employment. Part-time jobs can help retirees maintain their connections with their communities, whether it’s their professional community or the community in which they live, while also providing a sense of purpose.


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100 G.M. AUTO TECHNICIAN O’Connor Chevrolet has an immediate opening for an “A” or “B” Service Technician. General Motors Training and ASE’s required. We are a very busy shop throughout the entire year. Most of our techs have been with us for many years and enjoy the working environment and support they have with each other and the dealership. We will pay to move your tool box and help you get settled in with us. We are a very fair and honest dealership that prides ourselves on doing what is right and taking care of our customers and having a “do whatever it takes” attitude with our customers and employees. If you are one of the best, I urge you to contact me for a completely confidential interview. We offer: Paid G.M. training, ASE reimbursement, paid holidays, paid sick time, health insurance, dental plan and most importantly, top pay for the right candidate! Drivability, performance, transmission, engine, suspension & steering very important!

Please contact Bob DeVos at 585-359-1300 ext. 540 Or send your resume to:

BOOST ENERGY AT THE OFFICE Make sure you’re getting enough sleep. Failing to get adequate sleep can have an adverse impact on your career. According to the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, failure to get enough sleep, even for just one night, can impair a person’s ability to function by affecting his or her ability to focus and access high-level cognitive functions. A panel of experts from sleep, anatomy and physiology, as well as pediatrics, neurology, gerontology and gynecology convened by the National Sleep Foundation in 2015 recommended adults between the ages of 26 and 64 get between seven and nine hours of sleep per night. Make a concerted effort to get more sleep if you’re falling short of those recommended guidelines. Negotiating raises can be nervewracking. But men and women should not hesitate to ask for compensation commensurate with their experience.

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


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100 Commercial Carpenter For Local Established General Contractor Full Time Experience, own tools & transportation A MUST. OSHA 10 HR. Pay based on experience, some prevailing rate work. email resumes to:

HOW TO NEGOTIATE (AND GET) A SALARY INCREASE Give yourself a confidence boost. Going into negotiations feeling grateful to accept anything is the wrong tactic. Sell your skills to yourself first before you share them with a boss. Make a list of why you deserve a raise and then back up those points with clear examples. Include past successful projects, your developing skill set, software experience, education, training, and anything else that boosts your résumé.

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EMPLOYMENT: THE NEXT STEP AFTER GRADUATION Do your homework before an interview or networking opportunity. Always be prepared before an interview or when meeting with someone you are soliciting for job help. Research the company and know its background so you have an idea of how the company runs. Keep a list of questions at the ready. A knowledge of the company can help you stand out from other applicants.

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EMPLOYMENT: THE NEXT STEP AFTER GRADUATION Hit the ground running. It’s tempting for recent grads to take the summer off and have a lax approach to job hunting after all of the hard work they put into their education. But recent grads can get a head start on their competition by beginning their searches immediately after earning their degrees. Create a list of a few target companies you have your eye on, and then tap into your network to find a contact at each company and reach out to that contact directly.

Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn. ~Quoted by Lewis Grizzard in Kathy Sue Loudermilk, I Love You

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FAIRPORT/ MACEDON AREA: Mobile homes for rent. Possible rent to own, 1 & 2 bedrooms, from $495 per month. 585-739-2577/ 585-739-6565.

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RARE FIND! ’97 Olds Aurora, loaded. V8, heated seats, sunroof, good tires. No Winters. Garaged. 94K, $3200. 585-394-9445. CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! We buy 2000-2015 Cars/ Trucks, Running or Not! Nationwide Free Pickup! Call 1-888-416-2208.


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It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade. ~Charles Dickens


GOT KNEE PAIN? Back Pain? Shoulder Pain? Get a pain-relieving brace at little or NO cost to you. Medicare Patients Call Health Hotline Now! 1- 855-439-2862.


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RENOVATION SALE: Stainless steel refrigerator, 4 years old, Frigidaire Gallery, 25.6 c.f., side by side, smudge proof. Excellent condition. $700/ b.o. 585-610-8357.

REAL ESTATE VACATION HOME, CAMP OR LAND FOR SALE OR RENT? Advertise with us! We connect you with nearly 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.


FOR SALE CATSKILL MTNS ESTATE SALE! MARCH 24TH! 90 MINS NY CITY! 11 Huge Tracts from $39,900! Beautiful woods, stonewalls, views! Call 888-701-1864 to register. Virtual tour:

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

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

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

CAPE COD: 4 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 sun decks. View of the ocean at Nauset Beach. Has Internet and outside hot shower. Available June 9-30, August 18-25. $2000 /wk. 585-377-5013

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APARTMENT FOR RENT: Livonia, 2 Bedroom, newly renovated (new carpet/ paint throughout). 1 year lease, $725/ monthly. References required. 585-261-4285.

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.


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TRI CO DOOR COMPANY for garage doors and openers. Parts, Service, Sales and installations. Commercial, Residential, Automatic. FREE ESTIMATES. 585-924-3210. Insured.

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CARPET LAYER has THOUSANDS of yards of carpet left over! $1.50/ s.f., installed. Free in home estimates. Hugh, 585-798-0909.

**25% Off** End of Winter Discount **With This Ad** (Max Value of $500) 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.

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

ROOF SAVER! $199 leak repair special! Shingle, chimney, gutter repairs! Commercial and Residential. 24 hour emergency service. Call 585-317-3476/ 716-559-5594.

NATE’S HANDYMAN: *No job too big or small. *Free estimate. *Interior/ Exterior. *Honey Do List. *Basement Waterproofing. $99 Roof Repair Special. $59 Gutter Cleaning. 585-755-NATE (6283)

WANTED 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.

**60ft Bucket Service** ARBORSCAPER TREE & LANDSCAPE Trimming & Removal Stump Grinding Professional/ Insured AFFORDABLE Free Estimates Senior Discounts 585-613-2068

#1 WALLPAPER REMOVAL: Wall Repair. Excellent Interior Painting. Crown Moldings. 20+ Years Experience. Fully Insured. Major Credit Cards Accepted. Call Patrick, 585-200-8051.

Interior Painting. Wallpaper Removal. Drywall Repair & Finishing. 10 Years Experience. Call Jesse for a FREE ESTIMATE, 585-797-5863. No Job Too Big or Small! Same Day Service Available. We Remove TVs, Tires, Paint, Carpet, Concrete, Furniture, & More. We Haul Away Hot Tubs, Pianos, Organs, Swimming Pools, Sheds, Decks, Etc. Complete Demo Service Available. Basement, Attic, Garage & Barn Cleanouts. Foreclosure Move-out Service. We Work with Hoarders. Insured. References. Home Advisor 5 Star Rating MR. JUNK IT ALL 585-880-0383.


SCHIMPF CONSTRUCTION: New homes, additions/ remodeling. Excavating. Licensed electrician. Residential and commercial. Fully insured. Over 30 years experience. 585-265-4663

Custom Windows & Doors REPLACEMENT WINDOWS Anderson, Pella & Alside starting at $199. White Viny Double Hung, Professional Installation, 40 years experience, BBB A+ rating, Authorized Home Advisor Contractor. Call Rich @ 1-866-272-7533.

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

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Fairport-Perinton Edition of The Genesee Valley Penny Saver 3/9/18  
Fairport-Perinton Edition of The Genesee Valley Penny Saver 3/9/18