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32nd Annual



The Trunk

Once More

By Ellen Hopsicker

By Laurie Reynolds

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

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


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

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Can Spleen Rupture Without Any Trauma? DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband was admitted to the hospital with a ruptured spleen that bled into his belly. His surgeon repaired it with a coil. He was not in an accident and had no injuries or any bruising anywhere on his body. His doctor had never seen this; he says a ruptured spleen usually is sustained from some sort of accident. My husband is almost 59, and in good health otherwise. How could this happen, and could this happen again? -- J.C. ANSWER: The spleen removes defective red blood cells from the circulation, and it also destroys bacteria and infected cells. In fact, it is in many ways like a big lymph node, responding to infections by activating and enlarging. Although a ruptured spleen is well-described in the literature, I’ve never seen a case like your husband’s either. The last ruptured spleen I saw was a college football player who was simultaneously hit by two opposing players, one on either side, both much larger than he was. Most people with spleen rupture had an enlarged spleen to begin with, from cancer such as leukemia or lymphoma, infection such as EBV (the virus that causes mononucleosis), inflammatory conditions such as pancreatitis or mechanical causes such as pregnancy. A few cases are related to medications, and a few have no identifiable cause for rupture. As far as risk of it happening again, there you have me. I found one paper that says the prognosis is “excellent.” I would have to refer you back to his surgeon. People who have had their spleens removed are at risk for certain infections, and should have a vaccine for pneumococcus, a major cause of pneumonia. The vaccine is normally given at age 65. Your husband should speak with his doctor about getting it now (since I don’t know if his spleen is now considered normal). *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I read in your column that for vaginal atrophy (dryness/itching) you suggest that a woman use topical cream instead of estrogen cream. I am 59 years old, and have been using Premarin cream externally for a month with noticeable results. I use a dab every other day. Should I continue to use it even when I don’t have symptoms, or only as needed? If you think non-hormonal cream would be better, could you suggest one? I have tried one, but it didn’t seem to be effective. -- A.A. ANSWER: I’m sorry I wasn’t clear. “Topical” in this case meant a vaginal estrogen cream, as opposed to estrogen taken by mouth. I would continue using it, since it has been effective. Most women use it twice a week after initial treatment. Non-estrogen creams are fine for many women, but estrogen creams like Premarin usually are more effective. Dryness and itching may be caused by recurring vaginal infections, which are often troubling to women. The booklet explains them and their treatment. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Roach -- No. 1203W, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2017 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

SENIORS AND EXERCISE: TIPS TO AVOID INJURIES, GET HEALTHY Start slowly. Seniors who have not been physically active for some time should take a gradual approach to exercise. Instead of heading right for the treadmill, exercise bike or elliptical machine, start walking every day. When it rains, find a treadmill you can walk on. The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons recommends seniors begin by determining how many steps they can take in a day and then gradually working toward 10,000 to 15,000 steps per day. Utilize step counting apps on your smartphone to track your progress. Apply the same slow approach to strength training exercises, lifting only very light weights at first before gradually increasing weight as your body acclimates to the exercises.

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

Doing jigsaw and crossword puzzles can keep the brain sharp.

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


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

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

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

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

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On March 2, 1966, the Ford Motor Company celebrates the production of its 1 millionth Mustang, a white convertible. More than 400,000 Mustangs were sold in the first year, perhaps boosted by its appearance in the James Bond movie “Goldfinger.” RCGC Library 6th Annual Used Book Sale - Saturday, February 18 and Tuesday-Saturday, February 21-25, 10am-4pm. Gently used and vintage garden books at bargain prices. Free seed catalogs. Free back issues of magazines. A week of opportunities to stock up on gardening books. The Library will be open for browsing and borrowing. Rochester Civic Garden Center, 5 Castle Park, , Rochester. www.

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

ROCHESTER The Rochester Theater Organ Society proudly presents its next ”Pops on Pipes” concert on Sunday, February 26th at 2:30PM at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre. Come enjoy the popular annual performance by talented organ students from the Eastman School of Music -- ”The Eastman Bunch”! Admission to RTOS concerts for non-members is $15 per person. Children 12 & under, and students with school ID are free. Box office opens at 1:45PM day of performance. General admission seating. Handicapped accessible. For more information, visit the RTOS website at or call the RTOS Concert & Information Line at 585-234-2295.

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Save the Date...14th Annual Cindy L. Dertinger Advanced Breast Cancer Seminar: Tools for the Journey. Friday, April 7 at the Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester. This half-day seminar will include presentations by physicians and survivors who are living with metastatic breast cancer, followed by a reception. RSVP required. For more information contact the Coalition at 585-473-8177 or visit our website: Rochester Model Railroad Club Annual Open House - Saturday, March 4th, 10am-5pm; and Sunday, March 5th, 1-5pm at the First Universalist Church, 150 South Clinton Avenue, Rochester. Come out and see a spectacular 40 x 60 foot HO scale layout with beautiful scenery inspired by the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Trains will be running both days including Thomas the Tank Engine for the children. Admission: $5 adults and children over 13; children under 12 are free; maximum family admission is $15. Refreshments. A railroad flea market with items for sale on Saturday only. Please note: the layout is not wheelchair accessible. Welcoming Catholics Home is a six session program that offers updated information on the basics of Catholicism in a relaxed supportgroup setting. St. Marianne Cope Parish will hold the program at Good Shepherd School Building, 3318 E. Henrietta Road, on Wednesday evenings from 78:30pm. Session dates are February 22, March 8, 15, 22, 29 and April 5. No matter how long you have been away for whatever reason, you are invited to consider renewing your relationship with the Catholic Church. Winter Tours at Mount Hope Cemetery - Admission: $7 per person. Free for members and children under 16 with an adult. Meeting at the South Entrance, 1133 Mt. Hope Ave., opposite the Distillery Restaurant at 11am. Three guided tours this winter will explore the cemetery’s south end. Dates are: Saturday, February 25 - Guide: Sally Millick. Saturday, March 25 Guide: Cam Tran. Saturday, April 22 - Guide: Joanne Mitchell. Phone: 585-461-3494. Website: www. Facebook: Friends of Mt Hope.

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

SUPPORT our service members, veterans and their families in their time of need. For more information visit the Fisher House website at Cash for unexpired DIABETIC TEST STRIPS! Free Shipping, Best Prices & 24 hr payment! Call 1-855-440-4001 www. Habla Espanol. CASH FOR CARS: We Buy Any Condition Vehicle, 2000 and Newer. Nation´s Top Car Buyer! Free Towing From Anywhere! Call Now: 1-800-864-5960. SWITCH TO DIRECTV. From $50/ Month, includes FREE Genie HD/ DVR & 3 months HBO, SHOWTIME, CINEMAX, STARZ. Get a $50 Gift Card. Call 1-855-382-4087. A PLACE FOR MOM. The nation´s largest senior living referral service. Contact our trusted, local experts today! Our service is FREE/ no obligation. CALL 1-800-553-4101. REPLACEMENT WINDOWS as low as $199. White Vinyl Double Hung. 40 years exp. BBB A+ rating. Senior Citizen & Veteran Discounts. Call Pat @ 1-844-835-1180. FULL COURT GYM- Space Available! Reserve for B-ball, V-ball, Soccer, Zumba etc. Reasonable rates. Great location. Will book fast! Call now! 585-461-3490. DISH TV - BEST DEAL EVER! Only $39.99/ mo. Plus $14.99/ mo. Internet (where avail.). FREE Streaming. FREE Install (up to 6 rooms.) FREE HD-DVR. Call 1-800-826-4464. FIREWOOD LOGS for sale. Call Steve Schiano for details, 585-233-3035. DONATE YOUR CAR TO CHARITY Receive maximum value of write off for your taxes. Running or not! All conditions accepted. Free pickup. Call for details. 1-855-587-1166.


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


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H A PPY N EW Y EA R E as t R och es ter R es id ents The East Rochester Democratic Committee and the Chairman Mayor Fred Ricci, Town Leader Gene D’Ambrose and its members would like to wish everyone a happy & healthy New Year 2017. With everything that has happened in 2016, we can onIy hope for the best for our nation state and local governments. You may feel that there isn’t much that you can do about the results, but there is still our town that we need to support and make better. We know that residents have ideas about what they like and what they would like to see accomplished. We would like to hear your thoughts, ideas and suggestions. This coming year we will see local elections for a Judicial Seat and Town Board members that will represent these thoughts and needs. This may be a good way to let anyone who seeks these posts know what you feel should be done. You may even want to get involved with the outcome in some way. Please help us and our town by sharing your thoughts. Contact us at; or at

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Secret s t o k eeping an organized shed A w ell-organized shed can save homeow ners time and energy, as it’s easy to abandon or delay a project if you can’t find that pair of w ork gloves you stashed. The first step to any organizing project is to take everything out of the shed and determine just w hat needs to go back in. Items that do not belong in the shed should be moved to their rightful locations or tossed in the trash if they’re no longer needed. M ake a pile of anything that w ill be kept, a separate one for donations and a third for garbage. Take inventory of w hat you have so you know w hether you’re missing any items or you have something and do not need to purchase another. Now that the entire shed is empty, you can assess just how much room you have. Utilizing vertical and overhead space effectively can free up areas on the floor for larger equipment. Shelving, racks, pegboards and any other materials that enable you to hang or store items off the floor are good investments. Visit your nearby home improvement retailer to find items that can simplify your storage. You also may be able to put scrap w ood to use to make your ow n storage shelves or a w ork bench. Extra kitchen cabinets can be installed in the shed to organize additional items. In order to remember w here items go, label or sort them accordingly. Some people like to take organization a step further by tracing the outline of tools hung on the w all so they can be placed back in the same spot after use. This also serves as a visual reminder of w hich tools are missing and w hich ones need to be purchased. Don’t forget to utilize shed doors as additional storage space. Hang frequently used tools, such as rakes and shovels, on the inside of the doors so they w ill alw ays be easily accessible. You also can repurpose storage solutions designed for other areas of the home. For example, magnetic knife holders can be mounted to a shed w all to keep paintbrushes organized. These holders also can be used to keep many small metal tools tidy. M etal funnels can hold tw ine and string. Thread through the narrow end of the funnel for a handy dispenser. Keep dangerous substances off the floor and out of reach. Gasoline, chemical fertilizers and other potentially dangerous substances should be stored high up to keep pets and children safe. M ake sure the shed floor is sturdy and level. This makes it easier to neatly store larger items. Roll in the law nmow er, w heelbarrow and any other cumbersome items. Now that more things are mounted vertically, you should find that you have more area to move around.

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

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

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

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


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

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


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