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(France) The Perrin family of Chateau Beaucastel in Chateauneuf-du-Pape make this wine at their estate in Ventoux, blending equal parts Cinsault and Grenache with 20 percent Syrah. 90 Points Wine & Spirits

(Austria) Subtle notes of ripe yellow pear on the nose are toned down by lemon freshness on the light easydrinking dry palate. Lots of verve and juiciness make for an ideal aperitif or party wine. 87 Points Wine Enthusiast

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(New Zealand) Supple and smooth, offering a lovely frame for the distinctive notes of Key Lime, lemongrass, candied ginger, and saline to accent the core of melon and mango flavors. 91 Points Wine Spectator

(New Zealand) Bright and crisp, there’s a lovely pink hue to the smooth lime, strawberry and melon flavors, lingering effortlessly on the finish. 89 Points Wine Spectator

Chateau La Diligente Saint-Emilion 2015.......$18.99 (France) This 30 acre estate offers an excellent wine that demonstrates the balance between the ripeness of Merlot and the more restrained nature of the Cabernets. 92 Points Wine Enthusiast

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Auto Section ...............................Page 9 Brighter/Vent .............................Page 25 Classifieds .............................Page 29 Dining and Entertainment ...............................Page 5 Employment Opportunities .............................Page 26 For The Family .............................Page 22 Garage Sales ...............................Page 4 Give and Take .............................Page 13 Health & Wellness .............................Page 20 Home Services .............................Page 14 Hometown Events .............................Page 11 Pet Place ...............................Page 8 Puzzle Answers .............................Page 21 Real Estate .............................Page 24 Senior Center .............................Page 10 Worship Pages .............................Page 12

COMMON GRILLING MISTAKES Not prepping the food: The French culinary term for preparing to cook is “mise en place.” This is especially important when grilling, as cooks must deal with faster cooking times than they would otherwise encounter when cooking meals in the stove.

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

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

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

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Garage Sales To list your sale, go to or call toll free 866-812-8111

CANANDAIGUA: 39 Dungan St. July 20 (9-4pm) & 21 (9-2pm). MOVING SALE. Antiques, furniture, refrigerator, household goods, sewing/ craft items, gardening items, games, more!

DANSVILLE: 9020 Millard Fillmore Drive. 7/13-15 (104pm). ESTATE SALE. Best of the Best! Modern furniture, art, power tools, tractor, more!

Yard sales are popular ways to make money and clear homes of unwanted items.

FAIRPORT: 11 Henley Pl. 7/13 7/14 (9-4pm). TWO-FAMILY SALE. Household, antiques, decor, baby & children’s items, toys and more.

EXIT 9 FLEA MARKET 390 South at Exit 9 on Route 15. Open Sundays 8-3. Lots of cool bargains! IRONDEQUOIT: 31 Empire Blvd. 7/12 (11-7) & 7/13-14 (9-4) 7/15 (9-1) HUGE CHURCH GARAGE SALE! School gym and classrooms full of treasures! Everything under the sun and more!!

FAIRPORT: 31 Orchard Lane. Friday, 7/13 and Saturday, 7/14 (9 2 pm). NO EARLY BIRDS. Large garage sale. Miscellaneous household items, prints, women and children’s clothing, board games, toys, etc. Something for everyone. PENFIELD: 44 Rolling Meadows Way (near Jackson Rd. Extension & Whalen Rd.). Sat., 7/14 (9-4pm). MOVING. Tools, table saw, crystal, china, silver, rolltop desk, wooden baby cradle, many household items. Garage is full of great finds!


WEBSTER: 377 Longbush Lane. July 20-21 (9-4pm). Everything from baby cribs to tools, including a large pool!

Advertise the sale. The more shoppers the better, so advertising your sale can be advantageous.

WEBSTER: 1095 Everwild View. Sat., 7/14 (9-3pm). Furniture, tools, records, small electronics, camping, craft stamps. Collectible plates, lighthouses, NASCAR, Adirondack decor, Christmas.

FAIRPORT: 9 Roxwell Court. 7/14-15 (9-3pm). GARAGE SALE. Rolltop desk, oak chair, kitchen table & chairs, bookcase, pots & pans, china, garden decor, planters.

Big Summer Savings 106 Village Landing • Fairport, NY 14450 Open Tuesday, Thursday 10am-4pm; Fridays 10am-2pm; Saturdays 9am-3pm Operated by the Friends of the Fairport Library

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

The seas are confused, but not the captain! Thanks to Bob for snapping the picture and texting it to us as we paddled by!

This Giant Swallowtail Caterpillar makes his home on a potted lemon tree in Batavia, NY

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W hat to Do w ith Your Old Electronics (Family Features) M obile phones, laptops, tablets, game consoles, cameras - electronic devices are a big part of American life. In fact, Americans ow n an average of 24 electronic products per household, according to the Consumer Electronics Association. W ith technology changing so rapidly and new “ it” devices hitting the market every few months, a lot of those devices get discarded quickly. That adds up to a lot of potential e-w aste. Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to keep old electronics out of the w aste stream. Donate. Donations give schools, nonprofits and low er-income families access to equipment they might not otherw ise afford. Before donating, check w ith the organization to see w hat they need. Trade Up. If you are ready to upgrade to something new, programs such as RadioShack’s Trade & Save let you sw ap retired technology for store credit tow ard your purchase. Recycle. Electronics in nonw orking condition should be recycled. Check w w or w w w.e-stew to find a recycling center near you. Don’t Forget the Batteries. Recycling your rechargeable batteries is another easy step you can take.

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Pick Your Own, hours: Mon - Fri. 8am - 12noon & Evenings 6 - 8pm Sat. & Sun. 8am - 12pm only.

FRESH DUG GARLIC Roadside Market is also open every day at 9am with in-season produce Visit our raspberry & strawberry shortcake and sundae stand open daily 9am - 8pm.

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Chase Farms 459 Pannell Rd. • Fairport Just west of Wayside Gardens, Off Rt. 31

Gerard Gramkee with his daughter Kiara after his Phi Theta Kappa induction ceremony at FLCC.

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

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

Penny Saver Pet of the Week Hi friends! My name is

Fitzgerald, Fitzy for short. I’m only 7 months old and have had a rough start to this thing called life. I’m paralyzed in my back legs. Don’t be sad for me, it doesn’t stop me from doing anything besides running! My new mom is saving up for something called a wheelchair. My mom says I’m gonna have the best of everything in life. I don’t really know what that means, but I hope it involves treats!

Additional offices:

222 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020 Phone: 585-343-3111 Fax: 585-343-3353

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I need a home Email:

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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.

Sugar is a 7-year-old female Beagle mix who came to Lollypop Farm through no fault of her own. This beautiful girl is nervous in new situations. She does warm up to new folks but it takes some time, some patience, and some treats. The behavior staff at Lollypop Farm will meet with prospective adopters to help plan a smooth transition to your home. In addition, Sugar & her new humans will have a free training session to teach you how to help this sweet girl get acclimated to her new life. Bring everyone, dogs included, to meet Sugar at Lollypop Farm. Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Greater Rochester 585-223-1330 •

Extreme heat can be dangerous to pets, who often suffer in silence when dealing with the consequences of extreme heat. Pet owners who take certain precautions and learn to recognize signs of a pet struggling with heat can better protect their animals from succumbing to rising temperatures.

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

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Performed by GM Certified Technicians.The people who know your vehicle best. *Some vehicles extra. Not valid w/any other offer, incl. up to 5 quarts synthetic blend motor oil & GM filter. Top off all fluids. Specialty filters extra. Offer expires 7/31/18. Please present coupon at write up. Price does not incl. sales tax. Dexos add $6.


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

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


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FAIRPORT David Marsh, A Life of Courage Born in 1940, David Marsh contracted rheumatic fever at age six leading to many hospital stays and a life bound to a wheelchair. However, due to the compassion of the Fairport community, he was able to realize many of his dreams before his 1964 death. Recently, his sister donated many of his favorite items to the Perinton Historical Society and are on exhibit through 2018 at the Fairport Museum (18 Perrin St.), helping visitors remember and honor his short life. Museum hours and more information: www.

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

MACEDON Macedon Center United Methodist Church Pulled Pork Dinner on Saturday, July 21, serving from 4pm until gone. Dine in or Take Out. Adults - $10, Children 5-10 years - $5 and Children under 5 free. Come join us! We’re located at 1160 Macedon Center Road, Macedon

ONTARIO Trunk Sale - Save The Date! Heritage Square Museum - Rain or Shine. Saturday, July 28, 2018. What: Its like a garage sale but you sell or buy right out of the trunk of your vehicle! Where: Heritage Square Museum, 7147 Ontario Center Rd., Ontario. When: Saturday, July 28, 2018, 12-2pm. ALSO! Food available for purchase and Live Music by The Mad Kings. For more information call Allen at 315-524-6183. http://www.

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PULTNEYVILLE The Irondequoit Concert Band has planned an afternoon of “Music To Make You Smile.” Fun, whimsical and designed to bring out a smile or two. Director: David Schantz. Each of our summer concerts is free, open to the public, and played outdoors. Bring a chair and relax and enjoy while celebrating the annual Pultneyville Homecoming Festival. Held July 22, 1:302:30pm, Centennial Park, Lake Rd & Hamilton St., Pultneyville. 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. 10th Annual Recipe for a CURE Sunday Brunch - Join us for an afternoon of delicious food, drinks, raffles and fun; all proceeds go directly to CURE Childhood Cancer Association. Presented in partnership with the American Culinary Federation: Rochester’s Professional Chef’s/Cook’s Association. Cost: $50. Held Sunday, October 14, 112pm, Radisson Rochester Riverside, 120 E. Main St. Ste. 6, Rochester. 10th-annual-recipe-for-a-curesunday-brunch/ Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) is a 12 Step Program for individuals suffering from food obsession, overeating, under-eating and bulimia. There will be a free community information meeting on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at St. Anne Church, 1600 Mt. Hope Ave. in Rochester at 7PM-8:30PM. Everyone is welcome, including those who think they may have a food problem or are concerned about someone who may. For more information, call (585) 671-8346 or visit our website at

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


Benjamin Franklin HS Class of 1968 - 50 Year Reunion! Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the RIT Inn and Conference Center starting at 5pm. Classmates can access information via Facebook page BFHS Class of 1968 50th Reunion. An email address is available to update contact information BFHS1968@ The Genetaska Club of Rochester’s July luncheon will be at Bella Pasta, 2500 Ridgeway Avenue, on Wednesday 7/18/2018 at 11:30am, with a BBQ buffet lunch. Cost: $18. Guest speaker: Melinda Merante, CEO of Gilda’s Club Rochester, an organization offering social and emotional support to those living with cancer along with their families and friends. Please call Joan Rall at 585-872-3527 to make your reservation!

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

WEBSTER Damascus Shrine Car Cruz - Join us Friday nights through September 7th, 5-8PM for our Friday night Car Cruise, famous Fish Fry and other foods, crafters and vendors! Music, 50/50 raffle, indoor seating to eat and clean rest rooms. Handicap accessible. Bring the family for a great way to spend the night. Proceeds go to support the Shriners Children’s Hospitals.

WEST HENRIETTA New York Museum of Transportation - July 22 (Sunday) S.T.E.M. EVENT FOR AGES 3-12. STEM event (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) hands-on activities that demonstrate the simple machines and technology at work in various modes of transportation. Make-and-takes, scavenger hunt, raffle, and trolley rides, as the youngsters pass from one “station” to the next, developing skills in a variety of subjects. Adults $8, children $12. Preregistration only (www.nymtmuseum. org/STEM).

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Protecting Honeybees Stagger your planting throughout the growing season. Rather than planting everything at once, stagger planting for flowers and other plants that have blooms. This gives bees plenty of pollen sources throughout early summer and into fall. H O R O SC O P E ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Your zeal for challenges usually works well for you. But this week it’s best to avoid jumping into new situations without more information. Vital news emerges by the weekend. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Once again, the Bovine’s patience pays off as that pesky problem works itself out without taking too much of your valuable time. A new task opens interesting possibilities. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Those suggestions you want to share need to be set aside for a while so you can focus on the job at hand. There’ll be time later to put your ideas into a workable format. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Be sure about your sources before you use the information in any decision you reach about your new project. Some of the data might be out of date or misinterpreted. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) A sudden challenge might rattle you at first. But pump up that strong Lion’s heart with a full measure of courage, and face it with the continuing support of family and friends. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Watch your expenses this week so you can have a financial cushion to fall back on should things tighten up later this month. Money matters ease by the 1st. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Uncertainty over workplace policy creates anxiety and confusion among your colleagues. Don’t be surprised if you’re asked, once again, to help work things out. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) The workweek keeps you busy tying up loose ends and checking data that needs to be verified. The weekend offers a chance to relax and restore your spent energies. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) This is not the best time to go to extremes to prove a point. Better to set a sensible goal now and move forward. There’ll be time later to take the bolder course. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A step-by-step progression is the better way to move ahead. Taking shortcuts could be risky at this time. Important news arrives on the 1st. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) Avoid getting drawn into workplace disputes that should be handled by those directly involved. Instead, spend your energy developing those new ideas. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) You still need to be prudent about money matters. But things start to ease by the end of the week. A weekend encounter with an old friend brings welcome news. BORN THIS WEEK: You handle challenging situations with boldness when necessary and caution when called for. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Episcopal Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd 1130 Webster Rd.• Webster • 872-2281 • Handicapped Accessible Summer services will begin on June 24 & continues through Sept. 2 9:00am at St. Andrew’s Chapel on the Lake 11:00am at Good Shepherd Noon Eucharist every Wednesday at Good Shepherd

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What is the common term for bovine spongiform encephalopathy? 7. U.S. PRESIDENTS: How many vice presidents served with President Franklin D. Roosevelt during his four terms? 8. U.S. STATES: Which state was once an independent sovereign nation? 9. ASTRONOMY: How old is the sun in our solar system? 10. GAMES: How many chance spaces are on a Monopoly board?

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Illegal immigration and separating immigrant children from their parents is a hot button issue right now. What do you think is the answer? Have an out-of-the-box solution we missed? Go to to share your perspective in the poll comments. - Grant entrance to everyone, even if they enter illegally - Keep children with their parents while sending them home - Enforce current laws; no change - Create more secure borders to reduce illegal entrances - I’m not sure what the solution is, but the the system must change Poll Ends 7-17-18 Results from 7-10-18

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Answers 1. Jim Bunning, Randy Johnson, Hideo Nomo, Nolan Ryan and Cy Young. 2. Three -- 1969 (Mike Cuellar), 1970 ( Jim Palmer, Cuellar) and 1971 (Pat Dobson, Palmer and Cuellar). 3. It was 1994. 4. Magic Johnson (765 games) and Oscar Robertson (784). 5. It was the 2008-09 season, when Carolina lost in the conference finals. 6. Landon Donovan was 21 when he won the award in 2003. 7. Five (flyweight, featherweight, super featherweight, light welterweight, welterweight).


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SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. Five pitchers have tossed a nohitter in both the American League and the National League. Name three of them. 2. Dave McNally won 20-plus games for four consecutive years for Baltimore (1968-71). In how many of those years did at least one teammate also win 20 or more games? 3. When was the last time before 2016 that Penn State’s football team won an outright Big Ten championship? 4. In 2017, Chris Paul became the third-fastest NBA player (806 games) to reach 15,000 points and 8,000 assists for a career. Who was faster? 5. When was the last time the Carolina Hurricanes made the NHL playoffs? 6. In 2017, Christian Pulisic became the youngest winner (19) of the U.S. Soccer Federation’s Male Player of the Year award. Who had been the youngest? 7. When Manny Pacquiao became the first boxer to win world titles in eight weight divisions, how many of them were considered lineal titles?

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Hearing Loss Indeed Possible After Surgery --DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently had a hip replacement. I am 84, with hearing loss. My family says my hearing is worse after the operation. My daughter talked with several seniors who experienced the same thing. They think it has to do with the anesthesia. Fact or fiction? -- D.W. ANSWER: Possibly fact. Hearing loss is a known and rare occurrence after surgery, and there are several ways in which it can happen. You mentioned anesthesia: Several anesthetic agents, especially nitrous oxide, can cause temporary hearing loss, but nitrous oxide is not used as often during surgery as it once was. Changes in the fluid pressure in the ear also can cause both temporary and permanent hearing loss. Finally, antibiotics given around the time of an operation can cause hearing loss. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently attended a free introductory visit at my local health spa. It’s an interesting process. There is a circuit with 12 machines and 12 mats for doing cardio. Each exercise is done for 30 seconds, then you move to the next station. The circuit is supposed to be done twice at each session, three times per week. Can this really work to help you lose weight and get fit? Need I say again, 30 seconds ... really? Your opinion please. -- E.Y.M. ANSWER: There are two questions, and the first is on fitness. There, the answer is a resounding yes. High-intensity interval training has been clearly proven to improve muscle and cardiovascular fitness. If you were to follow the program at the gym, working hard but not overdoing it, you certainly would find that your ability to do the exercises would improve, your stamina would increase, and you’d likely feel better and have more energy. A 24-minute workout (24 stations of 30 seconds each, done twice) is enough (and a LOT better than no workout at all). Unfortunately, just doing the exercise will not make you lose much weight. Losing weight comes from better dietary habits, which can help you eat less food and still feel satisfied. The combination of increased exercise and a little less food, especially less low-quality (“junk”) food, may help you lose a few pounds. Losing weight shouldn’t be the goal, in my opinion. Losing weight and keeping it off is tough to do, but by exercising regularly and eating well, you can dramatically improve overall health and well-being even without weight loss. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have an itchy-ear problem. It even wakes me up at night. I’ve tried Cortizone-10, hydrogen peroxide solution, ear baths and cotton swabs. Nothing seems to work for long. Can you help me? -- G.P. ANSWER: Stop the hydrogen peroxide -- it is very drying and can damage the sensitive skin in the ear. The hydrocortisone should work for many common conditions, but if it hasn’t, then your regular doctor, a dermatologist or ENT doctor should take a look in your ear and see what is going on. Seborrheic dermatitis and eczema are common conditions that can affect the skin in the ear. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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

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


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DID YOU KNOW? Many people are familiar with the term “ozone layer.” But some may not know that the Earth’s atmosphere consists of several layers. The lowest layer of the Earth’s atmosphere is the troposphere, which the U.S Environmental Protection Agency notes extends from the Earth’s surface to roughly six miles in altitude. The troposphere is where nearly all human activities occur. Even climbers who make it to the peak of Mt. Everest are still in the troposphere, as Everest is less than six miles high. But anyone who has ever boarded a commercial flight has likely left the troposphere and entered the stratosphere, where the majority of commercial airplanes fly. The stratosphere begins at six miles above the Earth’s surface and extends to about 31 miles above the surface of the planet. The EPA notes that most atmospheric ozone is concentrated in a layer in the stratosphere that’s roughly nine to 18 miles above the Earth’s surface. The ozone layer in the Earth’s stratosphere absorbs some of the sun’s radiation, including the UV and UVB radiation that has been linked to cancer. The third layer of the Earth’s atmosphere is the mesosphere, which extends from 31 miles above the Earth’s surface to roughly 53 miles above the surface of the planet. The height of the next highest layer, the thermosphere, varies due to changes in solar activity. The exosphere, which contains many of the satellites that orbit the Earth, is the outermost layer of the Earth’s atmosphere.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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Child Care Council, Inc., has an opening for an RN Child Care Health Consultant (current NYS license as a Registered Professional Nurse and Bachelor’s Degree required). Responsibilities for this 35-hour per week position include providing health training, consultative services, and technical assistance to providers in family child care homes and child care centers. Enjoy 13 paid holidays, vacation time, and independence to manage your own schedule. Child Care Council offers a family-friendly, supportive, and creative work environment. Resume to: Child Care Council, Inc. c/o Kristin Perrone 595 Blossom Road, Suite 120, Rochester, New York 14610 or email to


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