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• Started in September 2006 by Peter Siracuse and David Penrose because it became evident by them, while working at Social Security, that there was a need in the community to help people navigate through the cumbersome disability process. They have been in the same building since inception although they have grown and moved to larger offices three times.

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Handy Hacks * Repurpose coffee filters as holders for your sandwiches. They’re easy to hold and help keep your favorite toppings contained. * Up-cycle an empty six-pack container into a convenient cookout caddy to hold napkins, condiments and utensils. Not only is it quick to grab and place on the table, but it helps keep napkins from blowing away in a breeze. * For kabobs, keep wooden skewers from charring by soaking them in water before threading on ingredients. * Prepare toppings the night before and arrange them in a disposable foil pan for a quick and easy DIY topping bar.

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It’s FISH FRY Season!



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Choose One Appetizer Spinach Artichoke Dip Served with Tortilla Chips Bavarian Soft Pretzels Served with brewpub brown mustard and honey mustard Chicken Wing Dip Served with Tortilla Chips

Choose Two Dinners Sirloin Steak Served with brown butter garlic sauce and topped with onion rings Crab Stuffed Salmon Salmon with crab stuffing served over linguine and topped with a spinach roasted red pepper cream sauce Shrimp Carbonara Sauteed shrimp with bacon, tomatoes, peas and black pepper in a parmesan cream sauce over linguine Chicken Sicilian Combination chicken parmesan and eggplant parmesan over linguine Haddock Fish Fry Served beer battered, breaded or boiled

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M ore Flavorful and Healthful Home Cooking (Family Features) “ W hen trying to eat better, it’s essential that the food w e make at home is really enjoyable,” says Chef M ark Garcia from the M cCormick Kitchens. “ Luckily, it’s easy. By adding more herbs and spices to everyday cooking you can pump up flavor w hile gradually reducing salt, fat and sugar.”


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22nd Annual Betty Ellison Memorial Strike Out for

Crossroads House Bowling Tournament February 16th, 17th & 18th At Mancuso Bowling Center (MBC)

Shift times: Fri. 2/16, 6pm (SOLD OUT); Sat. 2/17, 3pm & 6pm; Sun., 2/18, 1pm 5 Person Team Fees - $125 NEW THIS YEAR! Complete registration & payments can be done securely on-line at

For additional information call: Cindy at (585) 993-0584 or Tara at (585) 409-0136

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Famous Friday Fish Fry in February Wednesday, Feb. 14th, Valentine’s Day.

Beer Battered Fresh Haddock Fish Fry

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Choice of Potato, Salad and Homemade Rolls and Strawberry Bread $14

Take Out Tuesday - To Go ONLY! Prime Rib Sandwich, Baked Potato and Garden Salad with choice of dressing $10

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Friday in February

Dinner Includes Our most famous cocktail -

The Flaming Banana Foster Martini A bowl of Crab and Lobster Bisque presented tableside A Caesar Salad created tableside 10oz. of our Famous Prime Rib carved tableside Bananas Foster fired tableside Dinner includes choice of Starch and Homemade Rolls No Substitutions and Strawberry Bread $40 per dinner (Over $20 Savings)

To-Go Haddock Fish Fry

Fresh Beer Battered Haddock, French Fries & Cole Slaw (to go only) $11

Saturdays in February

Steak Feature: Back by popular request, - Our impressive 32 oz. Long Bone Tomahawk Steak Sundays in February

Complete Prime Rib Dinner $25 Cup of Soup du jour, 10 oz. cut Prime Rib, Fresh Garden Salad, choice of Potato, Homemade Rolls and Strawberry Bread, small Ice Cream Sunday of choice

Sunday’s Corking- Free February

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Seafood Platter- Broiled Fresh Haddock, Broiled Sea Scallops

Bring your own bottle of wine and we’ll waive the corking fee.

Lobster Tails

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Excludes bottles of wine & champagne

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Penny Saver Pet of the Week Mitzie is a very sweet and gentle six-year-old Sheltie with blue eyes. She loves people, including children and the elderly.

New this week! Look for all classified ads at the back of the paper!

I need a home

Mitzie enjoys her walks in the country and in the village.

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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that came to us with a litter of puppies from a kill shelter. She is a doll who has been brushing up on her obedience and manners now that her puppies have left the nest. This beauty even comes with a freedom harness, martingale collar, and double clip leash (valued at over $60) to help you transition to a new dog without the additional cost.

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EARLY STAGE ORIENTATION SERIES Learn more about your dementia diagnosis and find answers you and your loved ones need. This program is designed for you and a loved one to attend together. Meet others affected by dementia and connect to resources available through the Alzheimer’s Association and community partners. Each week, the group explores a new topic including:

The Basics of Dementia Living with the Diagnosis Future Planning Medications and Research

Disclosure, Relationships Stigma, Advocacy Tools for Maintaining Independence

Pre-registration is required. Call 800.272.3900 to register and find out more about this program in your county. This program is funded by a grant from the New York State Department of Health.

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--DEAR DR. ROACH: A year ago, I broke out with pimples on my back, arms and thighs. They itched so badly I thought I would go mad. A dermatologist took a biopsy and told me it was an autoimmune disease called bullous pemphigoid. I was started on prednisone and doxycycline. When it cleared up, I would stop the medication, but it came back. The doctor said she thinks I’ll have to take medication for the rest of my life. I don’t like taking this medication, as it blurs my eyesight and I lose energy. I also have osteoporosis. I do take some vitamins. -- G.B. ANSWER: Bullous pemphigoid is an autoimmune disease that causes blisters, mostly in older adults. The blisters are large and tense (as opposed to pemphigus, an even more dangerous autoimmune disease, in which the blisters are soft). Bullous pemphigoid tends to come and go over months or even years. Diagnosis is confirmed by biopsy. The usual treatment for bullous pemphigoid is a corticosteroid, either topical or systemic. Since it was over such an extended area of your body, your dermatologist decided on systemic, at a moderate dose of 20 mg. Prednisone has many long-term side effects, including making your osteoporosis much worse. Further, I am concerned that the blurry vision could indicate the onset of diabetes or a cataract, as both are strongly associated with chronic steroid use. Your regular doctor should be testing you for diabetes and treating the osteoporosis, and should make sure that you see the eye doctor. Certain medications, such as the doxycycline she started you on, can reduce your need for steroids. Other medications used for autoimmune disease can further reduce the need for steroids, but azathioprine, methotrexate, mycophenolate and others have serious side effects of their own. Nicotinamide, also called vitamin B-3, can make the doxycycline more effective. Although bullous pemphigoid sometimes does go away, I agree with your doctor that you are likely to need some medication long term; however, she may be able to reduce the dosages. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: My adult daughter contracted ringworm or some other fungus from her beautiful Border Collie. She has been using over-the-counter meds on the two of them for over 10 months! The dog is doing better than my daughter. Any solutions to get rid of this once and for all? -- E.B. ANSWER: Ten months is too long to treat something empirically. It’s time to find out what this fungus might be, and that means a visit to a dermatologist, who can do a culture of the infection to find out what it is. There are some unusual fungi that can be passed from animals (dogs, cats, pigs, horses, cattle) to humans and cause skin infection. Rarely is systemic treatment necessary. *** 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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My Journey of Inspiration “Living the Dream” By Courtney Cullinan In 2009 Rick Cullinan climbed Kilimanjaro. He was in remission of esophageal cancer that would later take his life. “Living the Dream” became his famous quote when caught on video when he was interviewed. He celebrated the joy and beauty of this amazing experience as only someone who knows definitely that there are so many days offered on this earth. Ten years later his daughter Courtney will commemorate his life and passion in March 2019 on her journey to Tanzania to scale Mount Kilimanjaro. Her six-day trek will take her through every ecological zone on the planet. “When my dad died I felt empty. My outlook on life was changed.” Time doesn’t slow down, life doesn’t play favorites. I thought about how short 25 years was. If I have learned anything from my father’s life he never gave up. He put others’ needs before his own. To value each breath we take. To value the relationships of those we love. “A father is someone who guides his daughter through life and now, even in death, you are guiding me. You are constantly showing me that love never dies.”

It’s about giving back, too. I have chosen to raise money for the fight against cancer and donate it to the Wilmot Cancer Institute, but I need you. Your tax-deductible donations to the Wilmot Cancer Institute will ensure that cancer research, education, and other services will continue. To contribute, mail checks payable to the Wilmot Cancer Institute (note “on behalf of Courtney Cullinan”) to:

I would like to express my gratitude to Rick French and Yusuf for helping make my dream of this trip become reality. I would also like to thank my family and friends for their love and support on my journey. To my JOI family who has encouraged and guided me from day one, helping me prepare for my climb. Also, to the Wilmot Cancer Institute and Doctors for the treatment and hope you gave my father.

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There's so much beauty and kindness around us but it's too often overshadowed by sad news. My day was brightened, however, during a recent shopping trip when a lovely young lady stopped me and offered a beautiful bouquet of flowers. When she asked, "Would you like these?" I said, "That's so nice of you, but may I pay you for them?" She replied, "No I just want you to have them." She then offered the receipt for her purchase. On Wednesday, January 24th at Overwhelmed, I thanked her and the Applebee’s in Geneseo we gave her a big hug. Before we were enjoying lunch. When we parted, I asked for her name and went to pay our bill we were promised to pay this act of pleasantly surprised to hear that kindness forward. Not everyone two gentlemen on their lunch believes in angels, I know, but I break had noticed us, two Vets and met mine on January 19 in the their spouses, and had paid our produce aisle at Calkins Road bill. This was greatly appreciated. Wegmans. Her name was Hanna.

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an accident, your car and having to see a deer be put down. Regarding the poor Beagle dog who is left outside 24/7 in all weather conditions causing her to shiver, this is "cruelty to an animal." Instead of venting, "please" call your local animal control person or the Humane Society and report the owner because the beagle and all animals receiving in-humane treatment deserve a better life and home with someone who will give them I read the two separate I Gotta Vent love. articles in last week's." Column and Next time I e-mail you, town, there are answers to these articles. which I did THREE times, I want Regarding the deer crossing the a response. Don’t treat me like a roads, we put "deer whistles" on the lesser person. I own this property front bumpers of our cars, which with my husband and our taxes work by the way. The cost of the pay your salary. Every time I ask deer whistles are minimal, very easy you something I am TOTALLY to put on bumper. The sound of the IGNORED just because I am not whistle stops the deer. This may save the Mr. contacting you. I hope

that person is elected who will hold accountability over this town in the elections. You respond to my husband but you totally ignore me. I live here, too, in this town; I am a citizen in this town. It is inexcusable not to answer an inquiry when you’re asked. I am not a lesser citizen just because I am not my husband. Don’t treat me like I don’t live in this town. It was NOT appreciated!

Many thanks from the Lima Food Pantry volunteers to everyone who so generously supported the Pantry throughout 2017 and during the holidays. We were able to serve 55 families at Thanksgiving and again at Christmas, and also supplied gifts for the children of the families that use the Pantry. Your generosity makes it possible for our clients to know they have a place to go when there is a need.

I want to express my deepest appreciation for the wonderful folks who came to my rescue on Sunday, Jan. 28, when I fell on ice in Geneseo while walking my dog, and broke my leg. Within less than a minute a kind gentleman stopped his car to see what he could do to help. When I said I was unable to stand, and didn't have my phone with me, he called 911. A neighbor who is a nurse rushed over to see what she

Sure the young man soliciting donations at the entrance/exit

was being very pushy. But on your way out, with your back turned, did you need to let out a rant using the "F" word? Your granddaughter, maybe 4 or 5, was holding your hand while you yelled. Good "role model" for a child. What about her parents, also walking alongside you. They didn't even "bat an eyelash" at

could do, and to make sure I wasn't bleeding or had hit my head. Another neighbor not only took my dog's leash, but also offered to keep him at her home until being picked up, after I left in an ambulance. Experiences like this give me faith in the true kindness and generosity of our neighbors and why living in a small town is like always being among friends. I am now at home, doing okay.

your GARBAGE MOUTH. Three role models for that child. How impressive! Local beautiful church, with glass window front, with flags of

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FREE Federal 1040EZ through Feb. 28 (NYS charges will apply) • We review past tax returns at NO COST! to ensure you received all the money coming to you! • Certified Public Accountant available for consultation for business & individual clients. • Several discount programs available. Refer-a-Friend, Correction Officers & Veteran’s Discount. • Appointments recommended, but not necessary ␣ Year round accounting & bookkeeping service available. Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am-9pm; Sat. 9am-5pm; Sun. hrs. by appointment.

Hollwedel Memorial Library Pavilion (585) 584-8843 Hours: M, W: 1-5, 6-8; T, S: 10-12:30; Th: Closed; F: 1-5 PRESCHOOL STORYTIME Tue., January 30, at 11 a.m. Join us! Theme: HATS! The Cat in the Hat! Enjoy a fun story and complete a craft! ARE YOU A KNITTER? Do you crochet? Join the Knitter’s Nook group on Mondays at 6:30. Chat with other knitters as you work. BOOK CLUB meets the third Wednesday of each Month at 6:30. Please join us on Feb. 21 This month’s book is A Man Called Ove, by Fredrik Backman. Copies are available at the Library. SPECIAL EVENT Feb. 15 at 7:00 p.m. Steve Hawley, Assembly Rep. for the 139th District will update us on what’s happeningiin Albany and answer your questions. Refreshments will be served. BOARD OF TRUSTEES meetings are the First Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

Caledonia Library 3108 Main Street, Caledonia, NY 14423

(585) 538-4512 Hours: Mon. & Thurs., 2-5:30 & 7-9; Tues. 9-1 & 2-5:30; Fri., 2-5:30; Sat., 9-1

NEW THIS WEEK Fiction Fall from Grace by Danielle Steel Hidden Depths by Ann Cleeves Audio CD The Girls in the Picture by Melanie Benjamin Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict DVD The Killing of a Sacred Deer Stronger Patron’s Choice Sisters Like Us by Susan Mallery Board meetings are the last Tuesday of the month at 7 PM.

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

Ca l-M um ,B yron-Bergen Youth Footba ll& Cheerlea ding 2 0 1 8 CMBB Saturday, February 24th • 9am-Noon • Cal-Mum Elem. Cafeteria CMBB Monday, February 26th • 6-8pm • Byron-Bergen Elem. Cafeteria It’s that time of year again! Come on out and sign-up for a season of fun and friends! Our new board is waiting to get you signed up for a great football and cheer season! “Like” us on Facebook (Cal-Mum Youth Football and Cheer). Players and Cheerleaders - Flag: Entering 1st & 2nd grade. Juniors: Entering 3rd & 4th grades. Seniors: Entering 5th & 6th grades. Parents: Registration involves a huge amount of paperwork that needs to be completed before your child can play football or begin cheerleading. To make things quick, please have these forms printed out and completed before you come in to registration on Feb. 24th or 26th. All forms can be found on our website: under the “Handout” tab. We have included a “Registration Checklist” on the website so you know what you will need to make registration quick and easy. Raider Nation: A Sport, A Team, A Community Our CMYF community is built by our volunteers. This league would not exist without the tireless efforts of so many parents and community members. Please consider joining our team of volunteers. We are in need of board members, coaches, team moms and team dads. Any questions you may have we can answer for you at registraton, or visit our website: to leave us an email.

We are collecting used cleats and cheer sneakers! If you have any you will not be using this year, bring them in and we can pass them along to other players! Thank you!


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Bagels and Blessing Fundraiser It’s the annual Bagels and Blessings Variety Show and Bake Sale! Amazing talent, delicious baked goods. Fun for the whole family, lots of raffle prizes all night long! Held Saturday, February 24 from 7pm-10pm at the Congregation Shema Yisrael, 1326 North Winton Road, Rochester. Cost: $5 per person, $10 per family. Help keep Bagels and Blessings Radio Show o n t h e a i r ! w w w .

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.

Crazy Bout You Cabaret Theater Night - An original musical that will take you back to the 80’s with laughter and song. An entire evening of snacks, drink, entertainment, laughter, friendly people, prizes and free parking all for just $25. If that wasn’t enough, you will leave with a souvenir of the event, new friends and knowing you helped support the rescue and rehabilitation of neglected and at risk horses in our community. won’t break the bank! Held February 17, 6pm-9pm, St. Mary’s Church Dugan Center, 15 St. Mary’s Place, Rochester. www.

SCOTTSVILLE HOCUS-FOCUS 1. Car is different. 2. Leg is moved. 3. Hair is different. 4. Pocketbook is missing. 5. Sign is different. 6. Basement window is missing.

T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a healthy and sensible way to lose pounds with a wonderful support group. We meet on Monday mornings at the #4 Chili Fire House off Scottsville Road (off Jemison Rd.) Weigh-ins 9:159:45am. Meetings at 9:4510:45am. Teens and guests are welcome. For information: Pat Gallo 889-2020 or Nida Rogers 889-1466.

WYOMING Wyoming Hook & Ladder Co. All You Can Eat Breakfast - Join us at the Wyoming Hook & Ladder Fire Hall, 26 Maple St., Wyoming on Sunday, February 18th, 8am12:30pm. Adults $9, Children 4-10 $4, Children 3 and under- Free.

CHURCHVILLE Union Church’s Pancake Breakfast - Saturday, February 17, 8AM-9:30AM. Cost: $5, Under 5 Free. Union Congregational Church, 14 North Main St., Churchville. (585) 293-1665 - http:/ / https://www. f a c e b o o k . c o m / unioncongregationalchurchchurchville.

LEROY All You Can Eat Breakfast - Sunday, February 18, 8AM-11AM. Includes: Eggs, Sausage, Bacon, Pancakes, Home Fries, Tea, Coffee and Orange Juice. Adults: $6, Children: 6-12 $3, Children: Under 6 Free. Join us at The Knights Of Columbus, 15 West Main Street (Behind Save A Lot), LeRoy. New! Contemporary Worship Service at LeRoy United Methodist Church (10 Trigon Park in the Village of LeRoy) will now hold Contemporary Worship Services at 10:30am on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month. Join us as we Praise God with Music and Verse! Doc and Sue Kavanagh will lead us in worship, which will include uplifting songs accompanied by electric guitar and keyboard. Scripture readings and the message delivered by Rev. Hector Rivera. We invite the whole community to come Praise the Lord with us! For more information, (585)768-8980, or email: or website:

MUMFORD Wheatland Senior Citizens Club Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, February 13 at the Mumford Community Center at 12:00 noon. Bring your own lunch. For more information or to join please contact Darryl Cady at 585-889-4330.

AVON Casino Fundraiser - Wednesday, February 21. ARRIVE BY 7:45AM at the Avon Veterans Hall. We will be LEAVING BY 8AM. Will be returning to the Avon Veterans Hall by 5:30PM. $25 per person. You will get $25 in Free Play. Veterans get a Free Buffet with proof. Please send payment to: American Legion Post 294, PO Box 132, Avon, NY 14414. Questions, call Tag at 585-704-0199.

BATAVIA 22nd Annual Betty Ellison Memorial “Strike Out” for Crossroads House Bowling Tournament: Friday, February 16. Saturday, February 17. Sunday, February 18. Held at Mancuso Bowling Center, 214 Main Street, Batavia. Shift Times: Friday, 2/16, 6PM. Saturday, 2/17, 3PM & 6PM. Sunday, 2/18, 1PM. 5 Person Teams Fees - $110 Until 2/9. Registrations after 2/9 up to the tournament are $125/team. New In 2018 - All Registration & Payments Securely online at www. Choose Events tab. Online registration go live on January 8, 2018 at 9am! Mega Raffles, 50/50 & Shift Raffles too! For Additional Information call: Cindy (585)993-0584 or Tara (585)409-0136.

BROCKPORT 3rd Sunday Breakfast (Brockport Area Vets Club) - Hosted by American Legion Auxiliary HarshCrisp-Seaman Unit #379. Sunday, February 18, from 8AM to Noon at Brockport Area Vets Club, 222 West Avenue, Brockport. Cost: $7/ person; $3 (ages 7-12); FREE for Veterans. (Menu: *Pancakes or French Toast*, eggs, sausage, OJ, coffee/tea). *GLUTEN-FREE OPTION AVAILABLE.* Proceeds to benefit local area Veterans.

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A ssembly of God Caledonia Assembly of God 3087 Main St., Caledonia 538-6730 Pastor Bob Messmer



St. Padre Pio Parish - Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo Rev. Thaddeus Bocianowski 585-948-5344 - Office • 56 Maple Avenue, Oakfield & 65 South Main Street, Elba Masses: Saturday, 4:30pm in Oakfield (Nov. 1-Apr. 30) in Elba at 4:30pm (May 1-Oct. 31) Sunday: 8:00am - Elba site/10:00am - Oakfield site/Mon. - 6pm - Elba/ Tues. - 8am - Elba/Wed. 7pm - Oakfield/Thurs. & Fri. - 8am - Oakfield

Sunday Worship 10:30am; Children’s Program 11:00am Wednesday Bible Study 7:00pm

Church of God Baptist First Church of God Hilton Baptist Church “A Congregation of the American Baptist Churches” 50 Lake Ave., Hilton, NY 14468 • 585-392-7990 • Pastor: Dan Brown Website: • E-mail: Facebook: Hilton Baptist Church • Worship Service: 10am • Fellowship: 11am Children’s Sunday School: 11am-12noon • Adult Bible Study: Sun. 9-9:45am; Thurs. 9am Women’s Bible Study & Men’s Group: Every other Sat. (Call for dates & times) Child care avail. during the Worship Service. Handicap accessible.

Emmanuel Baptist Church 2345 Lake Rd. (Rt. 19) across from Lawrence Rd., Clarkson, NY Sunday Service 9:45am with Traditional Hymns and Preaching from the Holy Bible; Refreshments 11:00-11:15am; Sunday School 11:15am (all ages); Sunday Evening Service 6:00pm; Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00pm. Family Oriented. Nursery Available. All are welcome to come. Pastor Ken Miller • (585) 964-7370

Cornerstone Church of East Pembroke 2583 Main Rd., (Rt. 5) East Pembroke 762-8721 • Email: Service at 10:30am with Reverend Glenn Bloom, Jr. Sunday School - Children are dismissed from service at 11am Youth Group every Sun. @ 4-5pm • Adult Bible Study: Wed. mornings at 10am. Lenten Lunches 12:00 different church every week.

First Baptist Church 306 E Main St, Batavia, NY 585-343-9002 • Rev. Sandy Kramer Traditional Full Gospel Sunday Worship,10AM. Sunday School (all ages) 9AM. Nursery provided, also weekly Bible studies & prayer fellowship. Handicap accessible. CHRIST THE CENTER...LOVE FOR ALL WHO ENTER Ash Wednesday Service, Feb. 14. It will be held at 4:30 pm. All are welcome.

Friendship Bible Baptist Church 32 Public Square, Holley, NY 14470 • 585-301-0036 Where the KJV-1611 is preached. Where souls are saved and the Lord Jesus Christ is exalted. Sunday 10:30am, Wednesday evening 7pm.

Catholic Our Lady of Mercy Parish Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo 44 Lake Street LeRoy 14482 • 585-768-6543 Fax: 585-768-7093 - Masses: Sat. 4:30pm; Sun. 7:15am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 5:30pm at Our Lady of Mercy Weekday Liturgies: Mon. through Fri. 7am & 8am; Sat. 9am at Our Lady of Mercy Confessions: Tues. 6-8pm; Sat. 3-4pm at Our Lady of Mercy Parish St. Brigid’s • 18 Gibson St. • Bergen NY, 14416 • Masses: Sat. 4pm; Sun. 9am

3059 Main St., Caledonia • 538-2176 Reverend William Phillips Sunday School at 10:00am; Sunday Service at 11:00am Bible Study - Wednesday at 6:00pm

Episcopal St. James Episcopal Church 405 E. Main Street, Batavia • Mother Bonnie Morris 585-343-6802 • Wednesday Morning Service 11am in the Chapel Followed by Bible Study Sunday Service at 10am - light refreshments follow in the Parish Hall. Sunday School meets at 10am. Join us for Worship!

Grace Episcopal Church 9 Browns Ave. (at west end of Genesee St.), Scottsville • 889-2028 The Rev. Kenneth R. Pepin, Rector Sunday Morning: 10:30am - Holy Eucharist 10:30am - Church School

Lutheran Concordia Lutheran Church - LCMS 6601 Fourth Section Rd., Brockport 14420 (Rt. 31 across from Wegmans) 637-5930. Sunday worship 10am, fellowship and coffee hour follow the worship service. Sunday Bible Class 9am. Ash Wednesday service is at 7pm on February 14. Soup and Sandwich Bible Study on Wednesdays, 11am to noon, on Feb. 21 to March 21.

By reading the scriptures I am so renewed that all nature seems renewed around me and with me. The sky seems to be a pure, a cooler blue, the trees a deeper green. The whole world is charged with the glory of God and I feel fire and music under my feet. ~Thomas Merton


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CROSSWORD Lutheran Lutheran Church of Our Saviour 2415 Chili Ave., Rochester • 247-7824 Modern Traditional Service: Sunday, 9am Traditional Service: Sunday, 11:15am Sunday School: 10:15am • Nursery School: Ages 3 and 4

M ethodist Wyoming and Pavilion United Methodist Churches Reverend Dr. Wilson Jones • 12 Main Street, Wyoming Sunday Worship Service 9:00am 11115 East Park Street, Pavilion Sunday Worship Service 10:30am • Sunday School 10:45am All are welcome to attend either service.

Brockport United Methodist Church 92 Main Street (Corner of Main and Erie) Handicap Accessible Pastor Meg Morin • 637-4240 Sunday Service: 9:30am (Nursery Care Available); Children’s Sunday School during worship. Youth Group and Adult Study, like us on Facebook: Brockport UMC OPEN DOORS, OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS

Hamlin United Methodist Church 1742 Lake Rd., Hamlin • 964-2244 Rev. Karen Woodworth Sunday Service & Sunday School 11:00am Bible Study Thursdays 6:30pm All Are Welcome

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N on-D enominational Open Bible Fellowship 3639 Redman Rd., Brockport • 738-4049 or 348-8365 Sunday Bible Study 10am • Sunday Worship Service 11am Wednesday Bible Study 6:30pm All Are Welcome. Come As You Are


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First Presbyterian Church, Batavia “Transforming Lives!” • 300 East Main Street (Corner of Main & Liberty) Rev. Dr. Roula Alkhouri, Pastor • 343-0505 Sunday Services: 9:00am ARISE! Service in the Chapel 10:45am Sanctuary Service (Nursery Care Available) •




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

NORDIC TRACK SEQUOIA. Great for cross country ski training. You pick up, Rush, NY: OAK DRESSER. Decorative piece. Inside drawers need repair: 585-362-6906 TIME-LIFE BOOKS’ GREAT AGES OF MAN. 18 volumes hard cover: 30 KELLY GREEN CHOIR ROBES with satin sashes: 585-590-1982 Large quantities of JIGSAW PUZZLES, CHILDREN’S BOOKS, CHILDREN’S VHS and DVD MOVIES. It all goes together. Leave message at 585-261-2665 KINDLING for wood fires: 585-865-9779 USED & RINSED WINE BOTTLES in Pittsford. Please call 585-641-0340 to arrange pick up date and time.

PATTERNS and/or BOOKS ON CROCHET, particularly doilies using #10 thread: 585-584-3734 Need one (1) P245/70R/17 TIRE for a spare, decent tread, for a pick-up truck: 585-857-5157 Four (4) TIRES size 205/60R/15 for a Subaru: 585-334-2821 WOOD SPLITTER, any horsepower. Does not need to run. Within 25-30 mile radius of Dansville: 585-298-7664 LADIES CLOTHING - SIZE 12 REGULAR and LARGE BLOUSES, JEANS and SHORTS: 585-409-6477 VENISON – it would be very much appreciated: 585-749-0650

OLD STYLE ZENITH TV. Swivel console, beautiful wood finish. Worked up until Christmas. Think switch gone. Pick up only: 585-538-2749

CLOTHES CLOSET – Kid & Adult. Gently used winter clothes, outerwear, footwear, underwear, t-shirts, bras, socks. Victor Methodist Church, 106 E. Main, leave bag at any door.

WALL PICTURES & MOUNTED WALL HEADBOARDS: Call the Days Inn, Batavia 585-343-6000

ELECTRIC SCOOTER (in working condition) for an adult handicapped man: Shirley 585-447-1739 leave message

LARGE PINK CERAMIC PIG WITH COIN SLOT. Adorable smile. Collector maybe. Serious inquiries only:

Two TIRES 215/70/R15:

Large USA FLAG! 9-1/2 feet x 5 feet: 585-388-5768

BROKEN SEWING MACHINES to fix, tune up, and donate to local nonprofits. Parts welcome, too:

Over 200 - 4’ T-8 FLUORESCENT BULBS and 16 - 2’ T-8 FLUORESCENT BULBS: 585-343-9134 Big 50” HITACHI PROJECTION TV. Works good: 585-494-2438 TWIN BED, MATTRESS, BOX SPRING, WOOD FRAME & HEADBOARD and LOVE SEAT with floral pattern: 585-755-9476 PANASONIC MICROWAVE. Gently used. 1.2 cu. ft., 1200 watt. You pick up Batavia area. Nonprofit Only:

ADULT BED RAILS for Senior (queen size bed): 585-698-5937 RECLINER for elderly gentleman for after surgery: Felix 585-309-3985 YARN, ROUND LOOMS, LOOM HOOKS for caps for cancer patients: 585-637-4857 YARN NEEDED for Salvation Army Christmas Toy Shop: Millie 585-334-2628

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Girl Scouts of WNY Troop 60492 in Brockport made Valentine’s Day cards for Bobby’s Valentines, a non-profit dedicated to honoring veterans in remembrance of CPT Robert A. Bager, US Army, 1st Armored Division.

“If you observe people, you’ll realize that the self-made ones have an abundance of working parts....” ~ Bob Talbert

Stone saying “cheese” with his snowman creation.

Probably everyone admires the self-made person… the one who had a lowly start and no special advantages, yet became a big success by his own, unaided efforts. What is the secret of such achievement? Well, they probably had quick minds and enjoyed good health, but the one thing that always characterizes successful people is their willingness to apply themselves, to work! Without work, few of us would amount to much. It helps to have “an abundance of working parts”. If tragedy should strike at a distant location, call us first. We can handle all arrangements through collaborating funeral directors while assuring you of local responsibility.

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The Perinton Historical Society was one of the local community groups recently honored to receive generous financial support from the Fairport Perinton Merchants’ Association.

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Tree Tamers Your Livestock Auction Market Place Sale every Monday and Thursday Call for trucking Route 19, Pavilion (585) 584-3033

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FEB. 17 • 9am-? 2637 Genesee Street, Piffard Miscellaneous items. Free Coffee & Cookies. I fyo u wo u ld lik e to d o n a te i te m s fo rthe sa le , ca ll 585-245-3334 to sche d u le a d ro p -o fftim e . I te m s a re d u e b y 2/ 1 0.

Wheatland Senior Center 889-1284 • Feb. 12-16, 2018 Monday: Sloppy Joes Tuesday: Senior Center Closed

Wednesday: Stuffed Sole OR Steak Diane Thursday: Braised Pork Chop Friday: Senior Center Closed

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Registration is open for SPRING INTO YOUR BACKYARD GARDEN, to be held Wednesday, February 21 at 7 pm. Learn how to design and plant the vegetable or herb garden you’ve always wanted. Registration opens February 9 for JIMMY C’S MAGIC EXTRAVAGANZA, to be held Friday, February 23 at 2 pm. Jimmy C is a world renowned magician who entertains kids and adults alike. Come enjoy his highenergy show, full of magic, comedy, song & dance! Friday, February 9 TEEN PIZZA FRIDAY, 5-7 pm - for ages 12-18. Come to the library and enjoy pizza and snacks after the library has closed for the evening. There will be games, crafts, and other activities. Registration is encouraged. Tuesday, February 13 MAKE-A-STORY ROOM Open Hours, 2-3 pm For all ages. Come test out our robots, coding games, 3-D printer, sewing machine, and more during our new Open Hours. No registration required. All programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Chili Public Library.

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.

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Sad Advice From the Poet “If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the law is against you, argue the facts. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the table and yell like hell.” We can thank Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and biographer Carl Sandburg for that bit of wisdom. It’s standard operating procedure for trial lawyers and certainly for politicians, both of whom could be best described as “anti-poets.” It’s clearly a way of life for the most obscene practitioner of these dark arts. I refer, of course, to the table-pounder in chief Donald Trump, who has gone quite far with it. His accomplishments include winning the presidency and allegedly having sex with Stormy Daniels. But I digress. Notice that I said “allegedly.” There is an even more jarring “allegedly,” this one being the alleged crime that Trump himself may have committed. Special counsel Robert Mueller appears to be vigorously exploring whether the president obstructed justice as Mueller ratchets up his investigation into whether Trump or figures in Trump’s campaign colluded with the Russian government in the alleged (there’s that word again) theft of the U.S. election. He and his people have interrogated Attorney General Jeff Sessions and have questioned James Comey, who was FBI director until President Trump fired him. Most ominously, Mueller now is negotiating with the White House to set parameters for questioning POTUS himself. It’s fair to point out that obstruction of justice is extremely hard to pin down. What might not be so elusive is a charge of money laundering by Trump and his circle of family and associates. That brings us back to that Carl Sandburg quote. The Donald Trump variation would be something like: “When the facts are against you, scream ‘fake news.’ If the law is against you, discredit the investigators. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the social media (or in his case, the antisocial media) and tweet like hell.” He and his protectors are trying to argue that the investigators are so biased against him that they cannot possibly do so credibly. He constantly makes accusations against Hillary Clinton and the Clintons in general, and he insists that this whole charge of Russian collusion is just sour grapes, an alibi for Democrats because Hillary forfeited the election to him. Meanwhile, Democrats continue to act like puppies who roll over on their backs the moment Trump and his pack of Republicans growl or even lift their legs to mark their territory. Their territory includes all of Washington, and the GOP made that abundantly clear with the confrontation that resulted in the brief government shutdown. It was brief because the Democrats folded the moment there was pushback. Their slogan might be “When the going gets tough, wimp out.” So now we have this brief respite, a couple of weeks, before another shutdown looms. Between now and then, the drama kings and queens on Capitol Hill will try to unravel the tangled immigration knot, with 700,000 “Dreamers” uncertain whether they will be deported. Meanwhile, the country is going down the tubes. Quoting Sandburg again, “In these times you have to be an optimist to open your eyes when you awake in the morning.” In these times, an optimist is someone who’s detached from reality. (c) 2018 Bob Franken Distributed by King Features Syndicate, Inc.

4 REASONS TO TRAVEL MORE In addition to eating healthier, exercising more and getting more sleep, many people resolve to travel more at the dawn of a new year. Travel is much more than leaving one’s home. It’s about setting habits aside, escaping comfort zones and trying something different - and doing so in a different location. In its latest World Tourism Barometer, the United Nations World Tourism Organization found that 1.184 billion tourists traveled outside their countries’ borders for at least one night in 2015. Europe, Asia, the Pacific, and the Americas all recorded around a 5 percent increase in international arrivals that year. Europe was particularly popular, perhaps hedged by a weaker euro against the American dollar and other currencies. The U.S. Travel Association says that direct spending by resident and international travelers in America averaged $2.7 billion a day. Millennials may be leading the travel-enamored pack. The United Nations estimates that 20 percent of all international tourists, or nearly 200 million travelers, are young people, and that the millennial demographic generates more than $180 billion in annual tourism revenue. The U.N. also reports that millennials are more interested than older generations in traveling abroad as much as possible. Infrequent travelers or those who have never traveled may not understand why heading to parts unknown is so appealing to so many people. The following are just a handful of reasons why travel is so enticing. 1. Engage the mind. Staying mentally active over the course of a lifetime promotes long-term health. Navigating unfamiliar places or reading a foreign language while sitting in an international country can engage the brain and get synapses firing. The Mayo Clinic reports that higher cognitive activity endows the brain with a greater ability to fend off brain pathologies, such as disease and dementias. 2. Connect with new people. Travel opens a person up to not only new experiences, but also new people. English poet John Donne penned the famous line, “No man is an island,” which underscores the importance of having friends and making new acquaintances. Research conducted by the University of Michigan found the act of talking with people in a friendly way can improve a person’s memory, suppress external and internal distractions, and encourage people to see things from another person’s perspective. It doesn’t hurt to broaden one’s social network, either. 3. Build confidence. Leaving one’s comfort zone can be a great way to bolster one’s self-esteem. Navigating cultural boundaries and overcoming those boundaries may be initially intimidating, but doing so can make a person more confident and more adaptable to change. 4. Develop opinions. Until a person visits a place in person, he or she only has third-party information to form opinions. Visiting a city or country for the first time can offer a more complete perspective. Travel gives people the chance to rest, explore, meet new friends, and make lasting memories.


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Your Seniors becoming more tech-savvy Technology is the future, and digital communication has opened many doors for people around the world. Although younger generations have grown up with technology at their fingers, Baby Boomers and older adults did not. But in spite of that, studies show that growing numbers of seniors are open to the idea of technology and even seeking ways to further their use and knowledge. According to a 2014 study by Pew Research Center, 59 percent of seniors regularly use the internet — a 6 percent increase from the previous study conducted in 2012. Today, 67 percent of adults age 65 and older say they go online. Pew also says that, although seniors consistently have lower rates of technology adoption than the general public, four in 10 seniors now own smartphones, which is more than double the amount that did in 2013. Seniors in Australia are especially tech savvy, as Deloitte’s mobile consumer survey found 78 percent of Australian seniors aged 65 to 75 own a smartphone, up from 69 percent in 2016. While stereotypes have long painted seniors as technologically inept, seniors are actually more socially and digitally engaged than ever before. Seniors use technology in many different ways. Some use mobile apps to manage medications and doctor’s appointments and monitor their fitness regimens. Some families employ 24/7 alert systems or smarthome technology to keep seniors comfortable and safe at home for as long as possible. Noninvasive, “smart” technology can analyze factors such as whether or not doors are left open, if there has been movement in a home, or whether appliances/lights are on or off. This represents a great way for families to stay informed and provide assistance even if they are not nearby. SilverSurfers, a senior-based information website, says other tech that seniors are embracing includes online dating; audio and digital books; online shopping, which is especially valuable to seniors who have mobility issues; and social media, which can keep seniors connected to others and feeling less lonely. A study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Francisco found 18 percent of American seniors live alone, and 43 percent report feeling lonely on a regular basis. Loneliness can increase death risk. Social media and internet connectivity can be an important tool in helping seniors feel like active members of society. Technology is no longer just for teenagers or active workers. Seniors are increasingly embracing technology and becoming a fast-growing demographic for tech usage.

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You’re Gonna Love it Here! Your answer to Senior Independent Living and the comfort you deserve! Private apartment with patio. Breakfast and dinner daily • Housekeeping & linen service Social activities and fitness program • Medical transportation • 24/7 Security

To arrange a tour, please give us a call today. One West Ave. • LeRoy, NY 14482 585-768-2740 •␣ Kim Pasquale - Director HOW TO MAINTAIN MENTAL ACUITY Exercise regularly. Routine exercise may be most associated with physical benefits, but the NIA notes that such activity has been linked to benefits for the brain as well. For example, a 2011 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America found that aerobic exercise training increases the size of the hippocampus, leading to improvements in spatial memory. The NIA also notes that one study indicated exercise stimulated the brain’s ability to maintain old network connections and make new ones vital to cognitive health.

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Local Retail Store looking for

part-time Bookkeeper/Retail Sales 20-30 hrs per week could transition to full time. Experience with QuickBooks is needed.

HOUSEKEEPER FT; 6:30am-2:30pm Apply:

Premier Genesee Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation

278 Bank Street, Batavia, NY 14020

Please e-mail resume w/cover letter to:

Are you an LPN, but don’t want to work in a hospital?

We are in need of an IN HOME LPN for our son. $21.96/hour • Albion, NY

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR needed for very fast-paced office in Avon.

Qualifications discussed at interview. Every other Sat. & Sun. 6am-2pm; 2pm-10pm; and every other Fri. & Sat. 10pm-6am Must have current NYS LPN License, current CPR card, infection control documents, and will be required to have professional liability insurance. Call 585-589-0576 or email

Currently seeking someone who is used to working with the public and enjoys talking with people in person, on the phone and through email. Must be proficient with MS Office. Position would be Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. This is a temp-to-hire opportunity and would start immediately.

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JOIN us at our JOB FAIR TAKE YOUR NEW CAREER IN THE QUALICOAT DIRECTION! Qualicoat will be conducting open interviews on Saturday, February 17, 2018 from 9am-Noon Come prepared for an interview, bring your resume and dress for success!

We are hiring Painters/Powder Coaters Dry Abrasive Grit Blaster General Laborers Mechanical/Process Engineer Packaging Inspectors Maskers Entry Level Maintenance Technician We are looking for Entry Level to Experienced candidates. Must be able to pass Background, Physical, and Drug Screen. Qualicoat is a Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace AA/EEO

Bus Drivers & Bus Attendants Complete training provided.

Benefits: NYS Retirement System Healthcare per UPSEU Contract Great part-time schedule (School Breaks/Summers OFF)

Please visit us at Qualicoat Inc. 14 Sanford Rd. North, Churchville, NY 14428 No Phone Calls Please! For over 42 years Qualicoat Inc. has been a quality applicator of decorative and functional coatings to plastic and metal substrates. We are a leading supplier to companies in the sheet-metal, machining, computer, electronics, office equipment, medical, defense and die-casting industries. Qualicoat Inc. also engages in the reconditioning of office equipment, sub-assemblies, silk screening, and pad printing.

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Drivers Needed

Open Interviews for All Positions

• Must have Class A CDL • Regional and local opportunities - home once or twice a week • Tarp and non-tarp loads • Experience preferred but not required • Small family owned business - allows for flexible operations • Pay based on percentage of load • Health plan, vacation, sick or personal days

MON.-THURS. • FEB. 12-15 9am-1pm • 5pm-9pm

To apply call Mike at 585-356-4453 or e-mail resume to: 8713 Morganville Rd., Stafford, NY 14143

Apply in person: 109 Main St.


We Are Hiring Lifetime Assistance, Inc. is looking for people with your talent to support individuals we support with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Lifetime provides a full spectrum of individualized services to help children and adults with developmental disabilities reach their maximum potential by promoting self-reliance, dignity and a sense of purpose. At Lifetime Assistance, our goal is to enhance the lives of each person by providing supports and services to assist them in every way possible. A dedicated team works in partnership with each individual and their circle of supports to create a person-centered plan that allows personal control over all aspects of their lives and promotes independence.

Lifetime Assistance offers competitive wages and an excellent benefits package including: •␣Flexible schedules to meet most needs •␣Generous Paid Time Off • Medical/Dental/Vision • Tuition Reimbursement • Agency funded Retirement Plan 401A

We welcome you to visit us for open interviews every Wednesday at 425 Paul Road, Rochester, New York 14624 from 9 am-11:30am & 1pm-3 pm. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 133 State Street, Brockport NY 14420 from 9 am-11:30am & 1pm-3 pm

Apply Today! LG Evans Construction, Inc. is looking to fill seasonal and full-time positions for upcoming spring & summer work. Our company does a mix of prevailing rate, commercial and residential projects in the Site and Concrete Construction Market. Applicants with a versatile resume are encouraged to apply.

Positions Available: Site Foreman • Block Mason Mason Laborer •␣Survey-GPS Reliability, a strong work ethic and professionalism are a MUST. Work will be primarily in the Rochester and surrounding county area with some minor travel required. We offer competitive wages, paid benefits for full-time employees, 401K plan along with a great working environment!! Application can be found on our website or apply in person during regular business hours. “Come and work for a company that believes our employees are our number one investment”

Please visit our website to apply or learn more about our Agency and our mission 585-426-4120 EOE: Lifetime Assistance is committed to understanding and valuing the differences of our employees and the individuals we serve. We are committed to creating a culture that promotes mutual respect, acceptance, and cooperation among individuals of diverse backgrounds. It is expected that all employees share this commitment.

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Our business is growing!

FULL-TIME Cosmetologist/Stylist. Must be able to work some evenings and Saturday 8am to 3pm. Great customer service skills and strong work ethic required. We are a family friendly shop with generations of families for customers. Guaranteed hours and dedicated work schedule. Hourly pay PLUS Tips! Please reply via email to with your resume or stop by at 379 West Main St., Batavia, NY 14020

Automotive Technician Falleti Motors is expanding and looking for a qualified A Tech to join our team! Must have the ability to accurately diagnose and repair a wide range of concerns on all makes and models, NYS Inspection License, tools and transportation. We are looking for a team player who takes pride in their work and enjoys staying busy. We offer hourly pay - no flat rate, a positive work environment and direct management interaction. Please send resume to: AND Or stop down to fill out an application-

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WELDERS CNC TURRET OPERATORS PRESS BRAKE OPERATORS SPRAY PAINTERS LASER OPERATORS MECHANICAL ASSEMBLY We offer competitive pay, great benefits, profit sharing, and job training for motivated individuals!

Learn a lifetime skill while you make money! Penasack Machine Company 585-589-7044 • 49 Sanford St., Albion, NY

Apply in person or email resumé to:

1647 Wheatland Center Rd. Scottsville NY 14546 Production Laborer - Needed in a secondary metal processing mfg. environment. HS/GED preferred, able to work 3rd shift. No experienced required, we will train. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Security Guard - Must have current valid NYS Security Guard License. Must be able to work all shifts including weekends & holidays. Must have clean driver’s license and own transportation. Custodian/Grounds Maintenance Worker - Needed in a secondary metal processing mfg. environment. Candidate must have work experience as custodian or similar role, knowledge of industrial cleaning equipment, comfortable with basic landscaping task & able to operate forklift, JLG, Snowblower. Able to work 8 hrs. on your feet & able to lift up to 50 lbs. Able to work different shift if necessary. Industrial Electrician - Experience with PLC, DCS, instrumentation and control systems. Must be able to read & understand electrical drawings, wiring diagrams for troubleshooting problems & terminating cables. Able to bend, cut, thread, & install conduit plumb & level. Able to use a Volt/Ohm/Meter and understands what each function is used for, experience with multimeters & meggers. Familiar with voltage & amp ratings on nameplates & how to hook them up. Must possess good troubleshooting skills. Able to lift 50 lbs, able to bend, squat & climb stairs/ladders. Able to work with minimal supervision and any shift as needed. At least 2 years of experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.

All candidates must be at least 18 yrs. old & be able to pass drug screening, background check, Motor Vehicle report, & Pre-employment Physical. Email resume to: or call HR Department at 585-538-2194 for appointment time to complete application & initial interview. Sabin offers competitive benefits, vacations & holidays, personal & birthday time off, 401K, Health, Dental, & tuition assistance. EOE/AA/M/F/VET/Disability


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Immediate Opening

Professional OTR Truck Drivers Need CDL A License. Clean driving record. Pass drug screen & DOT Physical. Receive medical/dental benefits, paid vacation & 401k. Fuel mileage bonus. Please contact: Silk Road Transport • 607-295-7406 Apply online:

Scott Adams Trucking is looking for an experienced

CLASS A DRIVER (Located in Stafford, NY) Full Time Hours • Competitive Wages Call 716-474-3656

George and Swede Sales & Service, located in Pavilion, NY is seeking an experienced

Heavy Equipment Mechanic This is a full-time skilled position involving the safe & efficient diagnoses, adjustment, and repair of heavy equipment.

Requirements • • • • • • • •

2 years experience or equivalent Familiar with modern equipment diagnostics The ability to safely and efficiently repair any mechanical failures Possess superior customer service skills Able to regularly lift 50 pounds Provide and maintain own tools Able to attend manufacturer provided service trainings Valid NYS driver’s license

Help Wanted: • Dishwashers • Bussing Staff • Assistant Host/Hostess • Rib Carvers Apply in person Tues. - Sun. after 11am at

George and Swede offers competitive salary, health insurance, 401k, and paid vacation and holidays. Qualified applicants may email their resume to or fax to 585-584-8853

Rte 5, Stafford No affiliation with Red Osier Rochester, RPM Enterprises or Total Sandwich Catering.

Oxbo International, located in Byron, NY, is a world leader in the production and service of agricultural equipment. We are currently seeking candidates for the following positions: ASSEMBLERS: Mechanical and hydraulic. Knowledge of hand tools, measuring and testing devices and assembly hardware required. Experience working from blueprints, drawings and schematics and Lean Manufacturing preferred. (2nd shift) MATERIAL HANDLER: Bring material to various departments within manufacturing (using hand truck, forklift), complete appropriate paperwork; need to be detail oriented. (1st shift) PAINTERS/PAINT PREP: Knowledge/experience with electrostatic and HVLP paint systems. A knowledge of polyurethane paints, spray equipment and repair capabilities preferred. Experience with automotive paint is a plus. MACHINISTS: Ability to measure with digital/dial calipers, micrometers, bore gauges etc. Ability to set up CNC lathe/vertical mill and operate a manual lathe and vertical mill. (2nd shift) SERVICE TECHNICIAN: Troubleshooting/repair, machine support, preventative maintenance, scheduled repair operations, and emergency service on our products-either at our location or at the customer’s site. Auto or farm equipment repair experience preferred. Competitive wages and comprehensive benefit package including: Health insurance, dental insurance, company paid life insurance and disability insurance, shift differential, paid time off and 401(k) with a company match.

To apply, please do one of the following: • Send resume to •␣Fax resume to 866-230-0760 or • Apply at 7275 Byron Road, Byron, NY 14422

CDL Driver Positions Class B License w/air & tanker.

Warehouse Help Forklift experience preferred. Lift 50 lbs. Seasonal Positions Please send resume to:

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Seeking candidate to fill in per diem in our

Housekeeping, Laundry & Maintenance Departments Apply in person:

Conesus Lake Nursing Home 6131 Big Tree Road Livonia, NY 14487 Email:

Join the New York State Workforce As a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)! Salary range: $37,366 to $45,857 The Finger Lakes DDSOO is seeking LPNs in Livingston, Ontario, Monroe & Wayne counties. Minimum Qualifications: Must have a current license and registration to practice in New York State, or a limited permit to practice in NYS, or an application on file for a limited permit to practice in NYS

COMMUNITY ACTION HEAD START PRESCHOOL TEACHER (Teacher Assistant equivalent): Works cooperatively with/at direction of classroom Lead Teacher to promote each child’s total development. Minimum qualifications: CDA or Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and 2 years’ experience related to caring for children.

BATAVIA SITE - F/T 40 hours/week, school year Successful candidates must be cleared through NYS and Federal background checks and pass NYS physical for day care licensing. Agency approved Driver status and vehicle required. For further description and information go to our website: Please be sure to indicate which position you are applying for in your cover letter. Send resume by February 16 to: Human Resources 409 E. State St. Albion, NY 14411 EOE/AAP

For more information: Finger Lakes DDSOO Human Resources Office: (585) 461-8765 E-mail NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Office of Human Resources Finger Lakes DDSO, 620 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620

As a Direct Support Professional! Salary range: $31,691 to $43,443 Finger Lakes DDSO will be continuously administering the Civil Service Exam for Direct Support Professionals throughout Ontario, Monroe, Livingston, and Wayne Counties Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent; you must have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State at the time of appointment and continuously thereafter

For exam application: Finger Lakes DDSOO Human Resources Office: (585) 461-8765 E-mail NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Office of Human Resources Management Office Finger Lakes DDSO, 620 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620 An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

EMPLOYMENT: THE NEXT STEP AFTER GRADUATION Focus on a career path. Prospective employers prefer that applicants have some certainty regarding the types of jobs they are looking for. Take a career assessment test or work with a career counselor to narrow down the fields and positions that speak to you. Avoid the “I’m willing to do or learn anything” approach to job applications. Employers may see that as desperation.


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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

585-586-2584 Man is so made that he can only find relaxation from one kind of labor by taking up another. ~Anatole France


MACHINE OPERATORS Due to continued growth, Chassix/Automotive, LLC, a local automotive supplier requires Machine Operators. Chassix was formed through the integration of the Diversified Machine, Inc. (DMI) and SMW, LLC (SMW) businesses. The company is now the industry’s largest single integrated resource for high-quality, precision chassis casting and machining solutions, with manufacturing capabilities in every key region of the world. We offer full benefits after 90 days including Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and 401k with Company match. Also, vacation is offered at a prorated amount for the first year and 2 weeks after the completion of one full year. We also offer education reimbursement and several other benefits. Start rate is $14.62/hr. + shift differential for 2nd and 3rd shifts with additional increases every 3 months for the first year. Machine Operators - responsibilities include: • Maintain pace with other team members to ensure steady flow of products • Operates production machines in a safe, quality and efficient manner • Performs tool changes • Knows and follows all safety procedures • Conducts quality checks and inspections • Follows all instructions and quality procedures • CNC Experience a plus - but will train Knowledge: • High School Diploma or equivalent • Previous operating experience

Please send resume to:

Chassix/Automotive, LLC ATTN: HR Dept., 4320 Federal Drive, Batavia, New York 14020 Or email resume to: or fax resume to: 585-345-9235 Walk-in applications are also available.


18 CLASS A + B DRIVERS Deliver dry +/or liquid bulk crop nutrients & other products. Tanker endorsement a plus

8 PLANT LABORERS Duties may include driving a loader and forklift. Some lifting. All positions must pass preemployment drug screen & have a clean license. Spring start. All local deliveries. Must be flexible and a team player. Excellent pay, OT & Bonus! Applicants are welcome to fill out an application prior to the Job Fair.

Apply in person: 8610 Rt. 237, Stafford, NY (Between Rt. 33 and Rt. 5)

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TRUCK DRIVERS NEEDED Local or over-the-road drivers. Paid by load or by mile. Newer equipment. Email resume to: alan@ or fax to:

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Genesee Community College has an opening for an

Assistant Dean for Student Services who is responsible for the oversight and leadership in various student service related areas. The individual will work in support of all student affairs compliance areas while applying a “one college” concept, inclusive of students, faculty, and staff. Master’s Degree in student personnel, higher education administration, counseling, cultural diversity, disability studies, adult education, public administration, educational leadership, or related field and a minimum of five years of full time experience in student services, with at least three years’ experience supervising, is required. Experience with project and personnel management, learning disabilities, Title IX, international student populations, and mediating behavioral/conduct and/or mental health issues is highly desirable. For more details and to apply, visit Deadline for applications is February 25, 2018. Please include a cover letter, resume and contact information for four references. GCC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.



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A GR I CU L TU R A L M E CH A N I C N E E D E D E xp e rie nce re p a i ring a nd m a i nta i ni ng co nstru ctio n a nd a g e q u i p m e nt. 50-60 ho u rs p e rwe e k wi th o ve rtim e a fte r40 ho u rs. G o o d p a y a nd be ne fits a wa i tthe rig htca nd i d a te .

E -m a i lres u m e to : a la n @b a s ki n lives to m o r f a x to : 585-344-4868

Truck Driver Seeking Class A driver, preferably with low boy and dump truck experience. Candidates with heavy equipment and truck maintenance experience preferred but willing to train. Benefits available for full time. Mail resume or apply in person. 1823 Lakeville Rd. • Avon, NY 14414

(585) 226-2506

Class A Drivers Wanted Local and Transport Dedicated runs available. Full or Part-time Call Walton Milk Hauling 585-591-1624

• AUTO GLASS TECHS • RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL INSTALLERS Self-starters. Movers and shakers. Ability to hit high performance standards. Base and commissions. Experience a plus. Valid driver’s license a must. 401k, health care package.

Mr. Glass

CLASS B DELIVERY DRIVER IVER For a busy building supply company. Reasonably clean license CDL-B. Benefits included. Apply at Armor Building Supply 653 Ellicott Street Batavia, NY 14020 OR submit resume online @ GREAT PART-TIME JOBS FOR RETIREES Consulting work: Many retirees have long résumés, and that experience is still valuable even after retirement. Consulting firms often hire experienced businesspeople on a project or contract basis, which can be great opportunities for retirees to fill their time and make sizable amounts of money without having to commit to long-term employment.

Genesee Country Village & Museum is accepting applications for

Full Time Office Manager, Part-Time and Seasonal Positions To apply, visit for more information.

Fax Resume to 271-1279 or Email:

RAF Tabtronics 2854 Genesee St. • Piffard, NY 14533

Engineering Technician Unique opportunity for motivated professional in Rochester, NY area. AAS and knowledge in analog power, MS Office, passive component testing required. LabVIEW, SolidWorks, calibration, mechanical inspection, document control experience a plus. Terrific career opportunity to join growing new product development team with good pay and benefits. Please submit resume to:

585-243-4331 or apply in person

Batavia First United Methodist Church is seeking candidates for the

Director of Music Ministry (8 hours weekly) to lead choir, bell choir and oversee music ministry - blend of both traditional and contemporary. Candidates must have experience in the field of music, excellent communication skills and an interest in helping people grow in Christian faith. Submit resume by email: or mail: Batavia First United Methodist Church,

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ADOPTION ADOPTING your newborn is a blessing. A secure, loving home with unconditional love awaits. I long to be a mom and share my heart with your newborn. Expenses paid. Michelle, 1-800-679-5906.

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

GUN SHOW - Ridgeway VFD, 11392 Ridge Rd., Medina, Saturday, February 17, 9-4, Sunday, February 18, 9-3,

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CASH 4 CARS up to $500 for your junk car, truck, van. FREE towing. 585-482-2140. www. Donate Your Car to Veterans Today! Help and Support our Veterans. Fast FREE pick up. 100% tax deductible. Call 1-800-245-0398. 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. CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! We buy 2000-2015 Cars/ Trucks, Running or Not! Nationwide Free Pickup! Call 1-888-416-2208.

CLASSES Want To Be A CERTIFIED HERBALIST? Classes Forming! Call Sally Leonard, 585-226-2594.

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FIREWOOD FIREWOOD LOGS for sale. Call Steve Schiano for details, 585-233-3035.

GARAGE SALES FURNITURE: Dining Table (2 leafs); Chairs (6); Wooden Side Table; Microwave Cart (large/ wood); Printer; Computer Desk; Large Mirror; Treadmill; Workshop Cabinets; Vintage desk & chair - All in Good condition & Reasonably priced; or BEST OFFER. Will negotiate, bundle, etc. Coming in from out of town, so please CALL 1-917-535-7495 for APPOINTMENT. LeRoy area.


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TOY SALE- John Deere Farm Toys, 20% for the month of February. Linwood Turf Equipment, 1818 Linwood Rd., Linwood.

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OLD HARLEY PARTS: Duoglide, Rigid, Early Shovel. Also, side car package for Rigid. Vern, 585-698-6628.

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.

HYDRAULIC LIFT ASSEMBLY for medium size dump truck, $100. A lot of trim pieces and accessories for mid 70’s F-100. Also, parts for ’55 & ’56 Ford car. Vern, 585-698-6628.


PETS HORSE BOARDING- Lessons, training, good food, good water, good shelter at all times. NO MUD! Great pastures, groomed trails, clean, dry, 10x12 matted stalls. Outside ring, board + electric fencing. Never left out in bad weather, 20 minutes from Rochester. $320/mo (tax incl.). Full care, gelds. only. Eq-Eden Ranch, Bergen. 585-548-7329.

VALENTINE’S DAY! Siberian Huskies. Pure white, blue eyes, registered. $650. Ready to go. 585-261-2344.

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FOR RENT AVON VILLAGE: Townhouse style apartment for rent. No dogs. Call Borshoff & Assoc., 585-334-2578. FOR RENT: Dowtown Avon. Upper one bedroom apartment. Includes water, sewer, trash. No pets. No smoking. References. Lease. 585-226-3201. LEROY: Newly remodeled two bedroom, second floor apartment. No pets/smoking, off street parking, $700/month +security + first months rent. Also, 1 bedroom apartment for rent. Available Feb 1st. Call 585-739-2358.


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RETSOF: 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Newly painted. Includes stove, refrigerator, garbage, water, parking. Large yard. No Pets/ Smoking. Security deposit & references required. 585-243-2609. RETIRED/ OVER 55? Tired of eating out or microwaving that frozen dinner? Join our Independent Living Senior Community. Apartments and cottages available. For more information, use PEGGY PLACE as your referral code and call 585-218-9570. U N I Q U E B E R G E N APARTMENTS: 1 & 2 Bedrooms. Laundry, parking, storage, daycare on premises. Bergen electric! 585-314-4379; See ”Arlington”. RUSH: Large second story apartment, 2 bedroom, porch, off-street parking. New carpeting. Absolutely no smoking, no pets. Includes W/D. $800 /mo. 585-582-1548. CALEDONIA VILLAGE: Large 1 bedroom apartment. Off street parking. Includes all utilities except electric. Walking distance to stores. No dogs. Security deposit. Available 3/1/18. 585-293-2992. BATAVIA- Townhouses from $543/ month including water, appliances, laundry hookups. No pets. Birchwood Village, 585-343-0205 EHO. LEROY RENTAL: Upper apartment, 1 large bedroom w/extra storage room, private entrance, off street parking, appliances. $490/ month plus security, utilities, references, lease. No pets. No smoking. Available immediately. 585-768-8542. FOR RENT, LEROY: One bedroom apartment, all utilities included. No pets. No smoking. $575/ month plus security. Available now. 585-768-6746. CLIFTON 1/2 HOUSE FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, $600 plus utilities. Includes stove and refrigerator. No pets/ no smoking. Credit references required. 585-734-3058. YORK FOR RENT: Mobile home w/enclosed porch, 2 bedrooms. Natural gas, city water, A/C, appliances. Quiet road. No pets. No smoking. Security required. References. Rent reduction in exchange for yard work$450. call after 6pm 585-243-1308. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Upper of farm house in country setting. No pets. Livonia school district. 6577 Woodruff Rd., Lima. 585-330-5555.

FOR SALE LAND INVESTMENT 20 acres $39,900 60% below market! Huge pond site, stream, woods, town rd., beautiful bldg. sites! 888-701-1864

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ELBA HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 bedroom, 1 bath Ranch. Central air, first floor laundry, appliances included. Paved driveway, attached garage, 4 acres w/metal barn. Serious inquires only. 585-757-2753. JUST REPO’D 10 acres - $19,900 Fields, woods, stream! Country setting in upstate NY. Call 888-650-8166.

SERVICES CHIMNEY, STOVES, & FIREPLACES Cleaning, Relining, Service, Installations, Repairs. New & Used Stoves, Mantels, Parts Available. Call/ Email: 585-356-5567


TIM CALLAGHAN PAINTING *Interior/ Exterior *Wallpaper Removal *Drywall Repair *Deck Staining *Over 25 Years Experience *FREE Reasonable Estimates Tim, 585-259-6758 REPLACEMENT WINDOWS Anderson, Pella & Alside starting at $199. White Vinyl Double Hung, Professional Installation, 40 years experience, BBB A+ rating, Authorized Home Advisor Contractor. Call Pat @ 1-866-272-7533. NEED AN ELECTRICIAN? Immediate response. Licensed and insured. Any job welcomed. 30 years experience. Call 585-455-1626.

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.

Waters Basement Services, Inc. The only WATER that should be in YOUR BASEMENT is BOB WATERS... Waterproofing, Drain Tile, Sump & Backup/Pumps, Wall Crack Repair, Stone Foundations, Structural Repair, Rim Joist Spray Insulation & More! Visit our Web Site for complete services & Before & After Photos. (585)765-3369 or (716) 474-3898


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BUYING BLACK WALNUT TREES: Cleanup Available. Shetler’s Horse Logging, 585-567-2775 (call between 6pm & 7pm)

ERIK BERGGREN REMODELING Interior Painting, Drywall, Electrical, Plumbing, Flooring, Finished Basements, Handyman Services, Repairs. See Facebook for more services. 585-507-8354.

SNOW REMOVAL, $25-$40 per trip. Plumbing repairs, water heater installs. 10% OFF Interior Painting, LEAD CERTIFIED. INSURANCE CLAIMS- repairs, installations. Senior Discounts. Able to pass drug, background check. Eric, 585-704-5069. HANDYMAN AVAILABLE for small to medium repair, remodel and maintenance work. Free estimates. Call Gordon, 585-208-4176. HOLES DRILLED: For pole buildings, mobile homes, fencing, etc. Reasonable rates. The “Hole” works. 585-493-5274.


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DON’T HIDE FROM THE SNOW, Come to the Country for our Winter Recreation Package! Warm up by the fire with hot chocolate after winter activities at LETCHWORTH STATE PARK or GENESEE VALLEY GREENWAY. Package includes overnight stay, welcome gift, $30 voucher for Genesee River Restaurant & use of our indoor pool & spa. $135 + tax, expires March 30, 2018 Call Today to book, Country Inn & Suites Mt. Morris 585-658-4080

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