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585-232-5110 There are over 100,000 kids in foster care, like Sean waiting to be adopted.

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Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush. ~ Doug Larson

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Employment Opportunities .............................Page 25

For The Family ...............................Page 5

Garage Sales ...............................Page 6

Give and Take .............................Page 20

Health & Wellness .............................Page 22

Home Services .............................Page 14

Hometown Events .............................Page 12

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Sweet Charity Resale Boutique and Shop, Benefitting Advent House

Ellie Wegman, Dee Swayze, Ralph Vallone, Bruce Sarnoff, Sue Yonosko, Anne Evans, Nancy Loughran, Laurie Eisle, Meg Sarnoff, Vicki Deady, Glenda Hastings

Business Description: Resale Shop featuring furniture, home furnishings, lamps, rugs, decor and accessories, artwork, jewelry, kitchenware - all items are donated and proceeds benefit Advent House.

Business History: Sweet Charity Resale Boutique & Shop was conceived in November 2017 by Advent House, a ministry of Perinton Ecumenical Ministries (PEM) to provide a consistent source of funding to support the work of Advent House, a two-bed comfort care home serving the dying. Begun in 1987, Advent House is an outreach ministry of PEM and relies on funding from PEM partner churches, private donations, memorials, fundraisers, pledges and Sweet Charity, as residents pay no fees and Advent House receives no insurance reimbursement. All proceeds benefit this essential ministry.

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All items are donated to our shop, so everything on display is unique… do donate and purchase with a purpose!

Goals: • New Customer/donor attraction and retention; providing a superior customer experience • To continue to serve the residents of Advent House by building a committed customer base for our resale shop!

Thank you, Genesee Valley Penny Saver for: • Providing great guidance as Advent House transitions from our annual Garage Sale to a year-round resale presence. • Customer service: Daria’s personal visits and willingness to get to know our business and understand our mission.

Our Office Hours

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

• Address: 650 Whitney Rd., Fairport, NY 14450 • Phone: 585-364-0317 • Email Address: • Facebook: • Hours: Wed.-Sat., 10am-4pm; Donations accepted until 3pm.

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PHOTOS I need a home

Geneseo’s NJHS had 26 members show up on a Saturday morning to ready Temple Hill Cemetery for Memorial Day.

Chloe is an 11-year-old domestic shorthair mix who’s looking for a new home. This pretty girl is available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program. Come meet her and all her feline friends in the Cattery!

Ty Waight, age 2, having his first ice cream cone of the season!

Lollypop Farm, The Humane Society of Greater Rochester 585-223-1330 •

Penny Saver Pet of the Week Royal “Keller” is a yellow Lab with a heart of gold. She loves solar eclipses and going on boating vacations with the family. Sleeping in the sun and playing water sports with all her cousins are a special treat. Mascot of the office on work days. She loves everyone, no guard dog here, just love!!!

Lariana Drumgoole, grade 4, worked with art teacher Anne Clancy to create her architectural drawing of Churchville Elementary School’s facade.

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.

Charlotte gives it her all on a dreary day!

Submit photos and captions at under My Hometown Sports • Celebrations • Vacations • Events

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Who doesn’t love Fun?? Sponsor our Family Fun Page for just $55 per week! Call 226-5878 or email

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Birthday Celebrations Section! Submit your announcement online for just $10 at under My Hometown ~ For the Family ~ Celebrate A Birthday; stop by any one of our offices; or mail to: Birthday Celebrations, PO Box 340, Avon, NY 14414


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585-385-3284 Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the gardener seems to be only one of the instruments, not the composer. ~ Geoffrey B. Charlesworth

PENFIELD: New Wickham Drive. 5/18 & 5/19 (8:30am to 4:30pm). NEIGHBORHOOD SALE. Misc. Household Goods. VICTOR: 1542 Brace Rd. May 26th (8-4pm). Household items, furniture, books, bedding, costume jewelry, and much more! HENRIETTA (14623): 85 Camelot Drive (off Calkins, off Gareth). 5/26 (9-2pm). Books, toys, glassware, LEGOS, household, chairs, sporting equipment, jewelry, clothes, designer handbags, stuffed animals, more.


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In preparation for the June 1st acceptance of girls into their membership, The Boy Scouts of America announced that it will drop the “boy” from its namesake program and become known as Scouts BSA. What is your opinion of the move to accept girls into the organization? • Girls have their own organization – The Girl Scouts – with programs tailored to their interests. That is the group girls should belong to. • All children should have access to the same opportunities regardless of gender. • Merge the two scouting groups, that will solve the problem! Poll Ends: 05/22/18

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How do you feel about this potential influx of immigrants from Central America into the U.S.? • These immigrants will create an undue burden on our economy. They should be sent back to their native country. – 46.2% • We are a diverse country comprised of people from many cultures and they should be welcomed as immigrants have been throughout our history. – 30.7% • If they are truly in danger, they should be allowed to enter the country if standard immigration policies are followed. – 23.1%

HENRIETTA: 9 Buffalo Horn Circle. 5/18 & 5/19 from (8-4pm) 5/20 from (10-3pm). Huge Sale. Home goods, furniture, toys, Barbies, DVD’s, clothing and much more!

❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■ VICTOR: 6448 Sunray Crest Drive. May 25-26 (10-3pm). DOWNSIZING SALE. Furniture, clothing, household items, lights and lamps, and much more!

❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■ VICTOR: 170 Goshawk Drive - (Take Jillian Rise off of Valentown Rd). Friday- 5/18 (9-4pm) & Saturday- 5/19 (9-12pm) -Estate Sale- Huge collection of antiques, kitchen and baking supplies and everything needed for a home. PITTSFORD: 72 Cole Road. 5/19 (7-3pm). 3 sisters and a friend Sale, Collectables, Household items. Small furniture, Great selection. PITTSFORD: 11 Peach Tree Lane. (off Marsh Road Across from Burgandy Basin) 5/18-19 (9-4pm). Quality Household items, collectables, Old radio, American Flyer Train Item, 1941 Neon Advertising Sign, and much more. WEBSTER: 1332 Lake Road. 5/17,18,19. (9-5pm). Massive Tent Sale. A continuation of a huge sale on Lake Road. Large amount of new items. PITTSFORD: 4 Widewaters Lane (near Clover St and French Rd.) 5/24-26 from (9-4pm). Linens, Rugs, Kitchen appliances, Lamps, Picture frames, Books, Clothes, Collectibles, Willow Tree, Vintage Barbies, Melanie Mall, Toys, Games, Puzzles, Crafts. Free stuff!


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whoever received it had just opened it and kept it. You have restored my faith in the goodness of people! Many thanks!

You saved Mother’s Day! Many thanks to the kind person who

received my Macy's package in error on 5/9, and delivered it to my home in Batavia. My address had been cut off, and I have no idea where the Post Office actually left it. It contained a Mother's Day present from my college-student daughter, who saved several paychecks to buy it for me. We were both feeling terrible after having been notified it had been delivered, but knowing we did not receive it. It must have taken you time and effort to track me down using only a partial name and street address. We were so relieved when my son called and said someone had dropped it off at our side door! I was really afraid it had been stolen, or that

Thank you to 3 out of 4 local nursery programs, who said yes to my 4 year old child to attend their daycare. Even though my child could only attend 2 out of the 3 days/week, they felt it was to my child's benefit to attend for the 2 days, and they would provide me with the day missed so I can teach what they missed. The 3 daycares said 2 days was better than not going at all to advance to kindergarten. A BIG thank you to having my child's well-being first.

Friday the 11th, around 7:30pm I fell down in the Wegmans store entry at the flower area! You came over to make sure I was okay! I was so embarrassed and aggravated with myself, that I didn’t thank you! Please accept my thanks and gratitude for your kindness!

Schlepping your puppy around in a baby sling makes it crystal clear that you are gaming the ADA by claiming your newborn dog is a service animal. It is a pet that you choose to carry around like an infant, taking it out in the checkout of a grocery store. No, the employees can't ask you anything, BUT I CAN! I called you out and I will do so each and every time I

witness people like you taking advantage of a law created to help the truly disabled live full lives. Licking your fingers while you shop for groceries doesn't count as a 'service'. My JD has Yale stamped on it. Your GED didn't help you argue your case very intelligently. How disappointed, unhelpful and morally lacking. On March 19th, late in the afternoon, I was pulling into a local store parking lot when I hit the curb. I parked in the handicap spot. A lady tapped on my window and said "Your wheelchair fell out of your container on the back of your car; it is over there in the parking lot." As she walked towards the store, she turned and also said "your door is open on the container." I wish I had responded to her limited willingness to help, but I missed my opportunity. It is hard to

retrieve a wheelchair from the ground when you only have one leg to stand on. Thanks for the help lady, and to those who drove by while I hopped for my wheels. To the wife who wrote on her husband's behalf regarding the naked neighbor. You put a smile on a lot of faces with that vent, made my husband and I laugh. Sounds like you can't do anything about it and you're probably encouraging her to walk around naked. Stop complaining for your husband. He could just stop looking. We live at the [local apartment complex]. It's hard for us to figure out how [big box store] would allow even a single piece of debris to blow around, let alone the hundreds and hundreds of pieces line the road and the fields. It's a disgrace to our friends that come visit us. It's bad enough

who [big box store] doesn't hire a young person to keep the parking lot free from roving grocery carts but to allow the blowing trash is unacceptable. To my neighbor two houses over who left their dog outside barking at 6:45am and 8am Saturday 04/14 morning: the next time I come home at 2:30am my hand will accidentally slip on the steering wheel horn due to lack of sleep. I can't believe I have seen a Lawn Service Truck on our [Lake] Road twice this Spring. I truly hope it is just for Lawn MOWING. With all the worries of too much Phosphorous in our Finger Lakes they shouldn't be spraying anywhere near the Lake or the watershed areas. Shame on any resident who calls for their spraying services around the water that we drink!

Many thanks sent to Ravens Food Center. You truly are a blessing to the whole community. Every Saturday your smiling faces and good nature feed so many families. Thanks for all you do!! On Monday, April 16th I went to Town & Country Restaurant in Batavia for a late breakfast. When I asked my waitress for the check she told me someone had picked up my check. I didn't know anyone in the restaurant but whoever you are THANK YOU; there are a lot of good people around. THANKS AGAIN. GOD BLESS


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Paul Bagdon’s Journey to Working His Passion Our 11 editions are published weekly with a total circulation of over 152,000. Main Office:

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

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222 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020 Phone: 585-343-3111 Fax: 585-343-3353 15 Main Street Brockport, NY 14420 Phone: 585-637-5100 Fax: 585-637-0111 202 South Main Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424 Phone: 585-393-1111 Fax: 585-393-1823 134 Main Street Dansville, NY 14437 Phone: 585-335-8537 Fax: 585-204-4007 Webster, NY Phone: 585-265-3620

By Danielle Lorenzo Paul Bagdon was, as a medical malpractice case supervisor for years, working the clock and the corporate structure on a daily basis. During this time, he was able write a little, publishing a short story or an article here and there. Then, Bagdon made the gutsy decision to leave his position to focus on what he really loved to do, write. Paul Bagdon, who now resides at the Baird Nursing Home, still enjoys reading and composing stories. Bagdon said, “I knew if I never left and tried my hand at full-time writing, I would always regret it. If I didn’t go for it, I would be stuck somewhere, at 90 years of age, thinking, ‘I should have’.” Paul has sold roughly 50 books and over 250 of his short stories and articles have appeared in a variety of magazines. The writer also has many novels under pen names, one being Paige Lee Elliston. His first novel sale was a young adult science fiction series that was published by Ballantine Books fifteen years ago. Since then there have been twenty-seven other book sales and over 250 short stories and articles have appeared in a wide range of magazines. Paul’s favorite genre to write is Western novels and two of his novels – Bad Medicine and Deserter were Spur Award finalists.

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The Spur award is given by the Western Writers of America and honors distinguished writing about the American West. He stated, “I would still write to this day, whether I was being paid or not. It was tough at first – I was divorced and I did not have much money. I ate a lot of peanut butter sandwiches. But, I knew if I didn’t go for it, I never would.” Bagdon started a writing school which is still going strong. There are open meet-ups at Webster Library on Mondays from 6:30pm-9:00pm. The focus is writing for publication and some attendees have several of their own books published.

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Be A Host-a-Racer! Fairport, NY will host an overnight stop on the

2018 Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty, Saturday, June 23. The Great Race, the world’s premier old car rally, will bring 120 of the world’s finest antique automobiles to town for the $150,000 event, with the first car rolling onto South Main Street downtown starting at 4:30 p.m.

Teams and cars from Japan, England, Germany, Canada and every corner of the United States will be participating in their vintage automobiles dating back as far as 1913. “There are more than 500 people just in our entourage from all around the world taking part in this incredible adventure,” director Jeff Stumb said. Along the route, competitors will travel through four states - New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine - and two Canadian provinces - New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. The Great Race, which began 35 years ago, is not a speed race, but a time/speed/distance rally. The vehicles, each with a driver and navigator, are given precise instructions each day that detail every move down to the second. They are scored at secret check points along the way and are penalized one second for each second either early or late. As in golf, the lowest score wins. Cars start - and hopefully finish - one minute apart if all goes according to plan. The biggest part of the challenge other than staying on time and following the instructions is getting an old car to the finish line each day, organizers say. Each stop on the Great Race is free to the public and spectators will be able to visit with the participants and to look at the cars for several hours. It is common for kids to climb in the cars for a firsthand look. For more info, go to or contact Jeff Stumb at or 423-648-8542.

Overnight Cities Lunch Cities

The Great Race “Host-a-Racer” program is your opportunity to meet, greet and guide racers who have come to Fairport as they travel. Welcome them to our region and direct them to local attractions, dining areas and landmarks. Get close to the action, mingle and dine with racers as they finish day one. Help them with their needs as you share your knowledge and love of cars with them. Your sponsorship includes: • Great Race Host-a-Racer T-shirt • Dinner with your racer • Making a lifetime of memories Responsibilities: • Meet, greet and guide racers while in Fairport • Attend a pre-event Host-a-Racer meeting: Fairport Masonic Lodge, 87 S. Main St., Fairport - Thurs., June 14, 7pm • Must be available from 4pm-8pm day of event • Must be over 18 years of age • Working knowledge of motor vehicles and the Village of Fairport helpful • Greet your assigned car at the finish line and follow to its parking area • Provide directions to restrooms, dining areas and other needs racers may have Host Fee: $50.00 per person

Yes! I would like to Host-a-Racer! Name: Address: City/State/Zip: Cell Phone:

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Send completed form to: Howard Sharp, 40 N. Main St., Fairport, NY 14450 Please make checks payable to: Lowell Twitchell. Note “Great Race” in memo area.

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TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. INVENTION: When was the nylon-bristle toothbrush invented? 2. HISTORY: By what other name was the French military leader Joan of Arc known? 3. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What color is the famous Hope Diamond? 4. U.S. STATES: What is the capital of Kansas? 5. TELEVISION: What was the theme song to the 1970s cop show “Baretta”? 6. BIBLE: Who are the only two angels to be directly named in the Bible? 7. GEOGRAPHY: What is the name of the main mountain range where Mount Everest is located? 8. MEDICAL: What area of the body is affected by bursitis? 9. LANGUAGE: What is an elision? 10. ENTERTAINERS: For what crime was actress Sophia Loren jailed in 1982?

c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc. 10. Tax evasion 9. Omission of a sound or syllable 8. The joints 7. The Himalayas 6. Michael and Gabriel 5. “Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow” 4. Topeka 3. Blue 2. The Maid of Orleans 1. 1938, by Dupont Answers

SPRING CLEANING M ADE EASY TO HELP TACKLE INANIM ATE ALLERGENS FAVOR YOUR FABRICS. You may clean your couches, decorative pillow s, upholstered furniture and carpets w ith a quick vacuum, fluff of a pillow or dusting. But spraying these hard-to-w ash fabrics w ith something like Febreze Fabric Refresher Allergen Reduc er (unscented) c an help reduc e inanimate allergens that c an become airborne from fabrics as w ell. This nifty product reduces up to 95 perc ent of inanimate allergens like pollen, pet dander and dust mite matter that can become trapped in fabrics and soft surfaces.

H O R O SC O P E ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Lots of possibilities begin to open up by midweek. Some seem more appealing than others. But wait for more facts to emerge later on before you consider which to choose. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Bravo to the determined Bovine. While others might give up, you continue to search for answers. Expect your Taurean tenacity to begin paying off by week’s end. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You might want to consider stepping back from the task at hand for a while. This could help you get a better perspective on what you’ve done and what still needs to be done. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Your keen Cancerian insight should help you determine whether a new offer is solid or just more fluff ‘n’ stuff. The clues are all there waiting for you to find them. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) Being ignored is difficult for any proud Leo or Leona. But pushing yourself back into the spotlight might be unwise. Instead, let things work themselves out at their own pace. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Trying to uncover a colleague’s secret under the pretext of showing concern is ill-advised. Control your curiosity to avoid raising resentment in the workplace. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Expect to hear good news about a loved one. Also, be prepared for some changes in several family relationships that could develop from this lucky turn of events. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Some surprises are expected to accompany a number of changes that will continue through part of next week. At least one could involve a romantic situation. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You might be upset by some of your critics. But most of your associates continue to have faith in your ability to get the job done, and done well. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A workplace goal that suddenly seems out of reach is no problem for the sure-footed Goat, who moves steadily forward despite any obstacles placed in his or her way. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) Uncertainty about who is right and who isn’t might keep you from making a clear-cut decision. Wait until you know more about what you’re being asked to decide. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Be careful to keep your emotions in check when dealing with a demanding personal situation. You need to set an example of strength for others to follow. BORN THIS WEEK: You have an extraordinary ability to rally people to do their best. You would be a treasure as a teacher.


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I’ve banished Winter, saith the Spring, Awake! arise, ye flowers! Brisk breezes blow, Bright sunshine glow, And rouse the young Year’s powers. ~ Henry James Slack (1818–1896), The Ministry of the Beautiful, “Conversation IV: Spring-time on the Western Coast,” 1850


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EAST ROCHESTER Clothing Sale and Bake Sale Clothing for the entire family! Saturday, May 19, 9AM-3PM, First Baptist Church of East Rochester, 119 W. Elm Street, East Rochester. Ample parking available. www.

FAIRPORT “You Don’t Have to Do It Alone - Understanding and Navigating the World of Caregiving” (4 part workshop). Session 3: Resources What’s Out There for Myself and My Loved One? Learn how to connect with resources and identify opportunities to support caregivers. Presented by Fairport Baptist Homes Senior Options for Independence and Perinton Community Church. May 29, 6:30pm-7:45pm, Perinton Community Church, 636 High Street Extension, Fairport. Registration requested: 585-388-2347 or Childcare and social activity for care receivers provided with advanced registration. “You Don’t Have to Do It Alone - Understanding and Navigating the World of Caregiving” (4 part workshop). Session 4: Who Cares for the Caregiver? Presenters will address the importance of self-care for the caregiver. Presented by Fairport Baptist Homes Senior Options for Independence and Perinton Community Church. May 31, 6:30pm-7:45pm, Perinton Community Church, 636 High Street Extension, Fairport. Registration requested: 585-388-2347 or Childcare and social activity for care receivers provided with advanced registration. Foodlink Mobile Pantry - The South Perinton United Methodist Church is sponsoring a Foodlink Mobile Pantry on Friday, June 1 starting at 5PM at 291 Wilkinson Road in Perinton (intersection of Wilkinson and Pannell Roads). Free to all, no ID required, no geographical restrictions, no income requirement, rain or shine, first come first served. For more information, go to www. or call 315-986-2306.

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Bernstein: A Centennial Celebration - The Lyric Chorale celebrates the 100th birthday of renowned American composer, Leonard Bernstein, with a concert of some of his best - loved choral works. The program will feature Chichester Psalms, selections from his Mass, and West Side Story. Also included will be music by Copland, Sondheim, and Randall Thompson, contemporaries of Bernstein. Held Sunday, May 20, 4pm, Fairport United Methodist Church, 31 West Church St. $15 Regular $13 Senior/ Student.

MENDON Community Open Meal - All are welcome! Join us for a free meal and fellowship on Sunday, May 20th from 3pm-4pm at the Msgr. Schnacky Center located in St. Catherine of Siena Church. The church is located at 26 MendonIonia Road in Mendon and the center is handicapped accessible. This month will feature a Mother’s Day brunch fare. For more information, contact the church rectory at 624-4990. 21st Annual Outdoor Expo June 9th at Mendon Ponds Park Beach Area, from 9:30 to 3:30. Free & Open to the public. You can participate in over 40 workshops for hiking, canoeing, kayaking, backpacking, camping, bicycling and many other related outdoor skills. Crafts and a petting zoo for the kids. Refreshments by Chef’s Catering, Eat Me ice cream and music will be provided by the Golden Link Folk Singing Society. For complete information on the events and participants; visit: http://

ROCHESTER Want To Lose Weight? TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is an affordable weight loss support group with weekly weigh-ins and educational programs. Yearly membership is only $32 and your first meeting is free. There are 15 chapters in Monroe County. To find the one closest to you visit www.tops. org or call 800.932.8677 or 585.794.8164.

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ROCHESTER 10th Annual Recipe for a CURE Sunday Brunch - Join us for an afternoon of delicious food, drinks, raffles and fun; all proceeds go directly to CURE Childhood Cancer Association. Presented in partnership with the American Culinary Federation: Rochester’s Professional Chef’s/Cook’s Association. Cost: $50. Held Sunday, October 14, 112pm, Radisson Rochester Riverside, 120 E. Main St. Ste. 6, Rochester. 10th-annual-recipe-for-a-curesunday-brunch/ 2nd Annual 4-H Expo - Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County at the Ontario Beach Park, 500 Beach Avenue, Rochester on Saturday, June 23, 11am-4pm. Activities: 4-H STEM crafts & demos, petting zoo, 4-H member projects & club demos. CCE-MC staff and volunteers will be present to share information regarding our 4-H, Master Gardener, Nutrition & Agriculture/Ag in the Classroom Programs. 4-H projects will be judged at this event. http://monroe. 2nd-annual-4-h-expo Market in the Park - Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners will be hosting vendors on the grounds of Warner Castle. Unique and healthy perennials, annuals, herbs, succulents, vegetables, shrubs and garden art will be on sale. “Ask a Master Gardener” booth will be staffed during the event to answer your gardening questions. This event formerly known as “Proud Market”. Saturday, May 26, 8am-2pm, Warner Castle, 5 Castle Park, Rochester. Roc City Run Against Cancer 10K - Join us for the American Cancer Society’s local endurance event Roc City Run Against Cancer! The 10k Run is part of the day-long events. The 10k event begins at 7pm on June 16th in Cobbs Hill Park, in Rochester. Come help us raise money for the American Cancer Society! Runners of all levels are welcome - There is something for everyone! Sign up at https:// RocCityRunAgainstCancer RTOS May Theater Organ Concert - The Rochester Theater Organ Society proudly presents its next “Pops on Pipes” concert Sunday, May 27th, 2:30PM at the Rochester Auditorium Theater. American organist Brett Valliant, who international critics call “exciting, refreshing, unorthodox and astonishing”, will perform on the RTOS-Grierson Wurlitzer 4/23 theater pipe organ! Admission for non-members $15 per person. Children 12 & under, and students with school ID are free. Box office opens at 1:30PM on day of performance. General admission seating. Handicapped accessible. Info.: or 585-234-2295.

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Roc City Run Against Cancer Ultra Run - Join us for the American Cancer Society’s local endurance event - Roc City Run Against Cancer! The 6 Hour Ultra Run begins at 6:00pm on June 16th in Cobbs Hill Park, in Rochester, NY. Come as an individual, or a while team. Runners of all levels are welcome-There is something for everyone! Sign up at R o c h e s t e r / RocCityRunAgainstCancer Roc City Run Against Cancer 5K Glow Run - Join us for the American Cancer Society’s local endurance event - Roc City Run Against Cancer! The 5k Glow Run is part of the day-long events. The 5k Glow event begins at 9:30pm on June 16th in Cobbs Hill Park, in Rochester. Come dressed in our best “glow” products and help us raise money for the American Cancer Society! Runners of all levels are welcome - There is something for everyone! Sign up at https:// RocCityRunAgainstCancer The Rochester Women’s Community Chorus 40th Anniversary Concert “How Can I Keep From Singing?” - Please join us Saturday, June 2, 7:30pm at The Harley School, 1981 Clover Street, for this very special evening of songs, prizes and refreshments. Advance tickets may be obtained at a discount on-line at: rwcc.ticketleap. com or from a chorus member. Tickets may also be purchased at the door on the evening of the concert. Wheelchair accessible and sign language interpreted. Info.: or (585)376-SING. Rochester New Horizons Spring Chamber Ensembles Concert: Thursday, May 24, 4:30-5:30pm, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs Street, Kilbourn Hall, Rochester. Will feature Antique Brass (it’s not the instruments that are antique), Brasso Profundo, Clarinet Choir, Flute Ensemble, and Sax Ensemble. Eastman-Rochester New Horizons Adult Beginning Band Concert. Senior Adults who have returned to their instruments or who are learning to play a new instrument. This band has a lot of fun playing together. Conductors: Don Sherman and Priscilla Brown. Thursday, May 24, 7-7:45pm, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs Street, Kilbourn Hall, Rochester. Eastman New Horizons Band Concert: New Horizons Concert Band, Symphonic Band and combined bands playing great compositions as John Williams’ first big movie score, “Superman” and LeRoy Anderson’s “SandPaper Ballet” and so much more. Conducted by Bruce Burritt and Alan Woy. Held Tuesday, May 29, 7pm-9pm, Eastman School of Music, Kodak Hall, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester. www.


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Ontario Pool Supply Victor, NY • Pool openings & closings • Weekly pool cleaning Rochester-Eastman New Horizons Vintage Jazz Band: Jazz Directed by Don Sherman. held Thursday, May 24, 7:45pm8:45pm, Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester. http://www.rocnewhorizons. org Eastman New Horizons Big Band, Chorus Concerts: May 31, 6-7pm, Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester. Edgerton Community Center May Open House - It’s Spring outside and the trains are running. Spring has two new buttons to push. Come see the historic, exciting operating trains in Summer, Fall and Winter. All in the Train Room at Edgerton Community Center. We will be open our regular hours, 11am to 2pm on Saturday, May 26, 2018. (585) 428-6769. Always Free. City of Rochester, Edgerton Community Center, 41 Backus Street, Rochester.

RUSH “Films from the Archive” - Sunday, May 27, 12:30 and 2pm. A privately made movie from the archives of the New York Museum of Transportation features railroad scenes of steam locomotives and early diesels hauling passenger and freight trains in the 1940s all in color. Produced by C. F. H. Allen, formerly of the Kodak Research Laboratories, the 16mm film includes rail action throughout the northeastern United States. The museum is located at 6393 East River Road. (585) 533-1113. www. info@

WEST HENRIETTA New York Museum of Transportation: May 20 (Sunday) - TROLLEY RIDES BEGIN. Spring is here and the museum is open! Trolley rides operate every Sunday through October 28 and are included free with museum admission. The only trolley operation in New York State brings back the interurban era of a century ago. Museum is located at 6393 E. River Rd., W. Henrietta. Details: 585-533-1113, info@, www.

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

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

HEALTH BENEFITS OF AVOCADOS Avocados can benefit vision. Avocados contain lutein and zeaxanthin, a pair phytochemicals concentrated in the tissues in the eyes. Lutein and zeaxanthin are believed to block blue light from reaching structures in the retina, thereby reducing a person’s risk of developing macular degeneration. In fact, studies published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, the American Journal of Ophthalmology and The Archives of Ophthalmology found that diets high in lutein and zeaxanthin are associated with a lower risk of macular degeneration, which the American Macular Degeneration Foundation notes is the leading cause of vision loss in the United States.


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Hand tools and gardening tools usually can be cleaned with rags. If these tools are especially dirty, give them a wash with soap and water. Just be sure to dry the tools thoroughly after washing them. LifeHacker advises wiping down wooden handles on tools with linseed oil to keep them in good repair. Power tools may benefit from compressed air being blown into smaller crevices to dislodge sawdust and other debris. Lubricate any moving parts with a product recommended by the manufacturer. Keeping tools clean and in good repair goes a long way toward safer, more efficient home improvement projects.


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

G.I. TUBE FEEDING BAG & STAND with supplies. Brand-new in unopened boxes. Can deliver to you if need be: 585-749-4705 TOSHIBA THEATERVIEW CABLE COMPATIBLE PROJECTION TV, 42”x50” Screen. Pick up requested. Used very little: 585-394-6446 COLLECTION OF NEWSPAPERS, mostly Democrat and Chronicle: Major news such as moon landing, presidential elections, etc. Historical, educational value: WINE BOTTLES. Washed and rinsed. All 750ml size. You pick up in Pittsford: 585-641-0340 TREES FOR CUTTING FOR FIREWOOD. Looking to clear a very large parcel of land. Needs to be done ASAP. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS - Furniture, knickknacks, odds and ends, everything needs to go: 585-358-8944

BRICKS OR PAVERS in good condition needed. Will pick up: XBOX or Wii to view Netflix, DEHUMIDIFIER, CONVERTER for TV: 585-309-3985 5,000 BTU WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER: 585-409-6477 WHERE TO GO HAVE OLD DOCUMENTS/ PHOTOS DESTROYED at no cost, and watch as they are destroyed: HANDICAP RAMP needed temporarily for surgical patient. Will pick up and bring back:

SMALL QUANTITY OF LUMBER & 1⁄4” SHEET ROCK. Henrietta: 585-487-6411

WILD HORSERADISH in the Hornell, Hartford, Dansville, Warsaw or surrounding area: 585-298-7664

4-PERSON HOT TUB. You pick up: 585-315-5201

PATIO BRICKS/PAVERS in good condition: 585-734-7971

19” RCA TELEVISION. You pick up: 585-762-8625 DVD PLAYER: 585-409-6477 1982 STARCRAFT 16’. Ran 2 years ago. Good shape: 585-732-8410 WEIGHT BENCH, no weights:

CLEAN BLANKETS, MATTRESS PADS, SHEETS, COMFORTERS, BATTING, etc. in any condition to fill quilts which are donated to missions: 585-948-5036 BRICKS or PAVERS. Will pick up:

PORTABLE TVS in good condition. One – 16” diag. Samsung. One – 20” diag. Emerson: 585-259-3937 CRAFTSMAN RIDING LAWN TRACTOR & 6.75 HP SELF-PROPELLED LAWN MOWER for repair or for parts. You pick up: 585-229-4812 12 CEMENT PAVERS. Penfield area:

One used LAPTOP for a ministry center in Kenya. New Life Ministries Africa, Inc. JOHN JAKES KENT FAMILY CHRONICLES #3 “The Seekers” & #8 “The Americans” in good condition:

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

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Your Learn about cataracts to see more clearly Many people take their vision for granted until a problem arises that affects their ability to see. While certain conditions may occur suddenly, others develop more gradually and may not even be noticeable until the problem has progressed significantly. Cataracts are a common vision problem that is often associated with aging. The National Eye Institute says that, by age 80, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery. Prevent Blindness America says there are more cases of cataracts worldwide than there are of glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy combined. The American Optometric Association defines a cataract as a cloudy or opaque area in the normally clear lens of the eye. Depending on its size, cataracts can interfere with normal vision. They typically occur in people over the age of 55. A cataract can be present in one or both eyes. The lens is responsible for helping to focus light or an image on the retina. In a healthy lens, fluid and protein are arranged in a precise way that keeps the lens clear, offers NEI. However, as one ages, the protein may clump together and start to cloud a small area of the lens. Over time, this clouding may grow. Researchers also suspect there are other causes to cataracts, such as smoking or diabetes. In addition, wear and tear on the lens can develop into cataract clouding. Significant alcohol consumption, UV radiation, eye surgery, and high myopia also may contribute to cataract formation. All About Vision says the types of cataracts include: • Subcapsular cataract, which occurs at the back of the lens; • Nuclear cataract, which forms deep in the central zone of the lens; and • Cortical cataract, which starts as white opacities in the periphery of the lens and then grows inward.

The Mayo Clinic advises that there are no known methods to prevent cataracts or slow their progression. But choosing a healthy diet full of antioxidants, quitting bad habits like smoking, managing diabetes, and having regular eye examinations can help. It’s also a good idea to wear sunglasses that block against UVA and UVB light when outdoors. Cataracts can cause blurring of vision and even make it difficult to see in bright conditions. Colors may seem faded, night vision may be adversely affected and glare may be problematic. The AOA says that early cataracts typically are not treated and changes to prescriptions may provide temporary visual improvement. If a cataract progresses to the point that it affects one’s ability to perform everyday tasks, surgery in which an artificial lens replaces the natural lens may be necessary. Learn more about cataracts by visiting,, or

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 Exercise is an important component of a healthy lifestyle. Daily exercise can improve mood, promote an active lifestyle and reduce a person’s risk for a host of ailments, including diabetes and heart disease. Despite the importance of exercise, many people live sedentary lifestyles into their golden years. Seniors who want to embrace a healthier way of life and get more physically active should first consult with their physicians before beginning an exercise regimen. Certain medications may limit just how far seniors can push themselves, while preexisting conditions may make specific types of exercise off limits. After discussing their limitations with their physicians and developing a safe exercise routine, seniors can avoid injury but still get healthy.


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How Low Is Too-Low Blood Pressure? Providing Compassionate Care In Your Home! CNA • Med Certified • CPR Certified Dementia Advocate • 30 Years Experience ADL (Activity Daily Living) Contact Kim at (585) 743-5353 or GO GREEN WITH YOUR FITNESS ROUTINE Join gyms that offer eco-friendly exercise equipment. More and more gyms are taking steps to reduce their carbon footprints, and eco-friendly fitness enthusiasts can look for such facilities before purchasing or renewing their gym memberships. Some efforts gym owners make to reduce the carbon footprint of their facilities include using only ecofriendly, biodegradable cleaning products; installing low-flow toilets, faucets and shower heads in facility restrooms and bathing areas; and installing user-powered cardiovascular machinery that consume considerably less energy than traditional machines. Inquire about a facility’s carbon footprint before purchasing a membership.

RELOCATED! Southside Hearing Center Henrietta Office 20 Finn Rd., Suite C (Erie Station West Henrietta Complex)

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--DEAR DR. ROACH: You have written many articles about high blood pressure, but I want to know about low blood pressure. What is normal? What is low, and what is dangerously low? I have a heart issue for which I take medication. I want to know if my blood pressure is too low. -- Anon. ANSWER: Among young adults, only 5 percent of men will have a blood pressure below 110/60 or so, and for young women, it’s 90/46. Blood pressure tends to go up with age, so low blood pressure numbers are higher for older adults. For people with healthy hearts, the only time we worry about low blood pressure is if there are symptoms, and the most common symptoms are lightheadedness and fainting. In people with congestive heart failure, low blood pressure usually is not concerning in itself, but because it might indicate that the heart is getting weaker. However, many of the medications used for CHF reduce blood pressure, which can even limit the amount of medication that can be used. In people with blockages in their arteries, too low a blood pressure can cause inadequate blood flow to parts of the heart and cause angina symptoms. The blood pressure is dangerously low when a disease process is causing the low blood pressure. In extreme cases, low blood pressure is one of the most dangerous signs of shock. But in general, for healthy people, low blood pressures are not worrisome. *** DR. ROACH WRITES: I have received more letters about hearing loss than I would have believed possible. Most of the advice was consistent, so let me review what both professionals and people who have been through the process of getting hearing aids have advised. First, have realistic expectations about what a hearing aid can do. It does not make your hearing what it was 50 years ago. Loud noises can be painfully overamplified. Second, find someone who really knows what he or she is doing. The people whose technicians spent a lot of time teaching, discussing the different options and adjusting them after purchase were the most satisfied. (The adjustment period can take weeks.) A referral from a satisfied friend could be a good place to start. Several professionals recommended that your audiologist be certified by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. Third, be prepared to spend some money. Good hearing aids are expensive. More expensive doesn’t always mean better, but most of my readers felt that the money they spent on hearing aids was well worth it. I’m sure there are some great ones, and some not as great. Many veterans wrote me to tell me about their (mostly) good experiences at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Fourth, try many models. Some people prefer in-the-ear, some overthe-ear. Because it takes a long time to get used to them, you need to wear them pretty much constantly. Both your ears and your brain need time to adjust, so be patient. Finally, several people and one chapter president wrote to me about the Hearing Loss Association of America ( and the benefit they gained from visiting their local chapter and sharing their experiences. *** 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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ADULT PROGRAMS 05/21 Rebooting a Vibrant Economy: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities for a Historic Village Hear the thoughts and experiences from a panel exploring business trends, challenges and opportunities for our local economy. Mon, 7:00-8:30pm. 05/23 Picture Postcard Rochester See the sights and marvels of Rochester as seen through color postcards from the collection of the Rochester Historical Society. Wednesday, 7:00-8:00pm. 05/22 Fabulous Films at the Library Join us for an evening movie with popcorn! Call 585-249-5481 for tonight’s title. Tuesday, 6:30-8:30pm.

Magic Maze OPEN HOUSE MAY 19 & 20th • 11am-4pm

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

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• Associate Veterinarian (DVM required) • Full-Time Licensed Veterinary Technician Experience is preferred but not required. Compensation includes competitive salary, health insurance, IRA Match, and C.E. allowance. Please e-mail your resume to:

Landscaping $14 hr Peopleready in Henrietta has multiple positions available for Landscape workers in the Rochester area. All positions are full time immediate start with OT available!! Walk in applications are accepted Monday through Friday from 8:00AM until 3:00PM - please bring 2 forms of ID to take advantage of the many open opportunities! Apply today and start tomorrow! 2341 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Rd, Suite 2 Rochester NY 14623

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Clinical Laboratory Technologist Full Time-Days w/rotation PA or Family Nurse Practitioner Full Time - Days Family Practice, Canaseraga, NY (FNP Only) Full Time - Days, Mental Health (Psychiatric NP Only) Per Diem -- Various Shifts After Hours Care, Dansville & Geneseo Mobile Mental Health Counselor Full Time, Evenings. NYS Licensure required. Experience a plus!

Complete an on-line application today at: Noyes Memorial Hospital, 111 Clara Barton Street Dansville, NY 14437 • (585) 335-6001

Horse farm located in Mendon, New York looking to add an enthusiastic, hardworking and trustworthy person to our great team! We have a farm hand position that we are looking to fill with a “dedicated” person. The available shift is a part-time position Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30am-4:30pm. “Horse care and handling experience are required.” Respect for the horses in our care is of the utmost importance to us! Responsibilities will include but are not limited to preparing and serving feed, turn out and turn in, mucking stalls, keeping the barns clean, blanketing, being able to use farm equipment such as a tractor, a spreader and an RTV is required. Applicants must have their own transportation. Mandatory background checks are done for all applicants. Please contact us at



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NOW HIRING • GM Technicians • Doll-Up • Wash Bay Help O’Connor Chevrolet has multiple openings for A, B and C level Technicians. GM experience and ASE is a plus. We’re a very busy shop with a focus on customer service and training. We provide competitive pay, paid training, sick time, vacation and uniforms. Health insurance and dental available. We’re also looking to add to our Doll-up/Get Ready team! Responsibilities include, checking in new vehicles, washing customer cars, prepping new vehicles for delivery, dolling up used cars and lot attendant duties. Competitive pay and benefits, full time, we provide uniforms. This is not a seasonal position. Contact Bob DeVos at 585-359-1300 ext. 540 or email your resume to to set up a confidential interview.

Commercial Carpenter For Local Established General Contractor Full Time Experience, own tools & transportation A MUST. OSHA 10 HR. Pay based on experience, some prevailing rate work. email resumes to:


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Driver/Guide Position

• Auto Glass Tech

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for Airport Service/Wine Tours Part-time

• NYS Class E Required • Finger Lakes knowledge helpful!

Experience a plus but not necessary. 401K health care package.

Quality Transportation Services.

Email resume to or P.O. Box 435· Pittsford, NY 14534

Mr. Glass Fax Resume to 271-1279 or Email:

LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVER - FULL TIME SALARY RANGE: $60,000 + a year RETENTION BONUS PROGRAM Full-time employment opportunities for CDL-A driver for current and future openings. Duties consist of delivering to McDonald’s restaurants in New York State. No layovers. Must be willing to work in the warehouse when not driving. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule, including weekends. Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Excellent medical, dental and retirement benefits package! 18+ months driving experience preferred. Go to to apply online or stop by Monday through Friday, 8 AM-5 PM.

HIRING FOR ALL POSITIONS • Residential/Shop Glass Installers • Residential/Frameless Glass Shower Installers • Auto Glass Technicians • Commercial Glazier • Commercial Estimator • Commercial Project Managers • Office Personnel Customer First Attitude

Experience a plus. Valid driver’s license a must. 401K, health care package.

Mr. Glass Fax Resume to 271-1279 or Email:

Do you have free time and want to help others?

Seeks Companion Caregivers to assist the elderly Part-time, varied hours. Driver’s license and vehicle required, experience a plus! Apply on-line Employment If you have questions Call

(585) 633-5555


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Rochester Concrete & Block Heavy Duty Truck Mechanic 3 Years Experience, Year Round Work! Boom Truck Operator and Ready Mix Concrete Driver Experience Necessary! Medical Ins., 401K, Vacation and Competitive Salary E-mail resume or application to: or fax 518-627-9172 •


Victor Central Schools Summer Support Staff Vacancies


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PART-TIME & SUBSTITUTE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER AIDES Part-time hourly Teacher Aides who will assist Special Education Teachers with students for up to 5.5 hours daily in an Extended School Year program. Program runs from July 9th through August 17th. Training in ABA is preferred, but not required. Interested applicants should apply in person at: Victor Schools, Human Resources, District Office, 953 High Street, Victor, NY. Inquiries may be made to Kris Hutt (585) 924-3252, Ext. 1417 or

Careers at Noyes Canandaigua, New York ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & CONTINUING EDUCATION: Assists & supports the management & direction of educational programming for academic excellence & student success in workforce development, professional development, non-credit continuing education, & non-credit to credit programs. Assists & supports managing budgets & grants for workforce development, & fosters inter-departmental & external college-community partnerships to support the College’s mission & strategic plan. Must be willing to travel within NYS & work flexible hours, including some evenings & weekends. Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred. Minimum 3 years’ experience in workforce development/continuing education/training or related activity. Experience with project management, supervision & budget management preferred. Experience in working with the public, local businesses, state agencies, economic development offices & other groups that deal with workforce & professional development needs preferred. Excellent interpersonal & communications skills (written & oral); proficiency in various computer programs, including MS Office. Must maintain a clean, valid & current NYS driver’s license while employed at FLCC. Starting salary is $47,565; excellent benefits including NYS retirement. For additional information & to apply, please go to employment. For full consideration, apply by 5/24/18. Applications will only be accepted online. Address your online cover letter & resume to Grace Loomis, Director of Human Resources. EOE/male, female, veteran, disability

We currently have Registered Nurse positions at Noyes Hospital in the following departments:

SIGN-ON BONUS Registered Nurses Full Time- Day/Night OB Full Time- Day/Eve ER Part-Time- Day/Night ICU Full Time- Day/Night Rotation Nursing Supervision/ICU Full Time- Nights Med/Surg Tele (2 Positions Available) Part-Time-Days w/rotation, Med/Surg Tele Full Time- Day/Eve w/call Dialysis Part-Time- Day/Evening After Hours Care in Geneseo Complete an on-line Per Diem - Various Shifts application today at: All Departments Full Time- Days, Nurse Educator Noyes Memorial Hospital

Ask about our retention bonus!! NYS Licensure required. Experience a plus!

111 Clara Barton Street Dansville, NY 14437

(585) 335-6001 EOE


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AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Get FAA approved hands on Aviation training. Financial Aid for qualified students Career placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 888-686-1704. AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Get FAA approved hands on Aviation training. Financial aid for qualified students Career placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 1-866-296-7094. RN NURSING JOBS available in your vicinity. Hospitals, psych, dtox, correction centers & more. Great Pay and Benefits. 1-866-387-8100 #202. White Glove Placement email: DCA#1068435

SOFTBALL SLOW PITCH Women´s Recreational League in Honeoye Falls/ Mendon. Players and Teams welcome. Games will Start June 4th 2018. Mondays @ 6:30pm. Only $250, per team! Call Desiree for details, 585-465-9848.

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

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

AUTOMOTIVE 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!!! 2002 and Newer! Any Condition. Running or Not. Competitive Offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-416-2330. CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! We buy 2002-2018 Cars/ Trucks, Running or Not! Nationwide Free Pickup! Call 1-888-416-2208.

CLEANING CLEANING SERVICE for Commercial and Residential. Insured. Bonded. Free Estimates. Supplies provided. References available upon request. Please Call Linda, 585-721-9864.


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ITEMS FOR SALE BAYLINER CAPRI: 16’ w/ trailer, cover. 90hp Mercury, low hours. Excellent condition. 585-226-6645. ELECTRIC GENERATOR: Gasoline portable Honda EU1000i 1 kw, new never been used, $500. 585-924-4514. 23’ Berkshire Pontoon Boat, 90HP, Mooring Cover, Bimini Top, Tow Bar, Life Jackets, Changing Room. 22,000 LIVONIA 585-355-9017. FOR SALE: Sabre John Deere 38” Riding Lawn Mower, Recently tuned $200 OBO. Yankee Starter Jacket New! size Large. $75. 585-749-8786. SWIM RAFT (Shore Master) 7.5’x9.5’. Yellow all-poly raft with non-skid deck, ladder, achor line, 3000lb capacity, sturdy and stable $600. 585-392-7630.

POOLS & SPAS ATT. INGROUND POOL OWNERS !!!! Free estimates on inground pool renovations. Pool liners save over $500. Installed within 2 weeks. Looking for new inground pool? Consider a do it yourself with help. A one piece fiberglass pool by San Juan. Visit Inground pool openings complete starting at $199. Call Delta for any pool renovation 585-704-4936

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FOR RENT SCOTTSVILLE: 680 North Road. 2 bedroom apartments available, upper & lower. $750 plus electric. Mark Guggino Real Estate, LLC: 585-334-3166. HONEOYE FALLS/ MENDON: 1 bedroom cottage. $550/ month plus utilities. No smoking/ pets. 1 year lease, security. Available now. 585-944-9093. FOR RENT: Honeoye Falls/ Mendon area. One bedroom upper apartment. Scenic view of pond and country. No smoking. No pets. $530 + utilities. Available 7/1/18. 585-944-9093. FAIRPORT VILLAGE: Nice Clean 2 Bedroom Apartment In Commercial Building, Wall to Wall Carpet, Appliances, Laundry, Parking Centrally Located. Available Now $850+ Walk Anywhere/Busline(585)370-0986. COTTAGE RENTAL: Silver Lake, west side. Large lawn, private dock. Well maintained, very spacious w/full kitchen. 4 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths. $675/ week. 585-797-9357. CAPE COD, MA: 4 bedroom, 2 baths, 2 sun decks. View of the ocean at Nauset Beach. Has Internet and outside hot shower. Available June 9-30, July 14-21. $2000 /wk. 585-377-5013 STUDIO APARTMENT: Valley Lodge, Bloomfield. Utilities, cable, kitchenette. $155/ week- one person or $175/ week- two people. Deposit required. Rent paid in advance. No pets. The Furniture Doctor, 585-657-6941. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT: Private garden setting in Pittsford. This was originally a caretaker apartment in a private residence. Separate entrance, forever wild scenic setting. $750/ month includes WiFi, utilities. No pets. No smoking. For info. please e-mail:


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Classifieds FOR SALE LUXURIOUS TOWN HOUSE FOR SALE: On the Erie Canal, Right on walking towpath (Landingview Lane) with inlaw suite. Hardwood floors, Grainte counters, Brand new stainless steel appliances. 2-Car Garage. 585-721-4334. LAND LIQUIDATION SALE! JUNE 2nd & 3rd. 21 Parcels from $19,900! Cooperstown Lake Region . Terms avail! Call 888-701-1864 to register. $329K IS A STEAL for 2500 Turk Hill Road in Perinton. 4.75 acres, 3 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths, located on a 10 acre pond in a park-like setting. Stand-alone studio (200 s.f.), gazebo and shed. 2467 s.f. California Ranch (main floor bedroom & laundry), Fairport electric & schools. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY: 5/20, 12-4pm or call 585-455-7454 for appt.

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

❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■ STEVE´S MASONRY AND FIREPLACE SERVICES: Brick, block, concrete, stamped concrete, chimney repairs, foundations, brick and stone veneers. 585-309-4295. TRI CO DOOR COMPANY for garage doors and openers. Parts, Service, Sales and installations. Commercial, Residential, Automatic. FREE ESTIMATES. 585-924-3210. Insured.

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

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

RNJ STUMP GRINDING & TREE REMOVAL: Affordable, honest, quality service. Rick Gerbino, 585-750-6044.

STONEPATH MASONRY Fairport, NY -Stonework -Brickwork -Stucco -Concrete 30+ years of experience: Patios, Walls, Veneer Stone, Fireplaces, Fire Pits, Sidewalks, Repairs Affordable. No job too small! Fully Insured Please call 585-749-8431 for your free estimate!

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#1 WALLPAPER REMOVAL: Wall Repair. Excellent Interior Painting. Crown Moldings. 20+ Years Experience. Fully Insured. Major Credit Cards Accepted. Call Patrick, 585-200-8051. CONVERT VHS TAPES to DVD. $15 per tape. 2-3 day service. 585-766-4706.

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

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

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.

ROB’S WINDOW CLEANING since 1985. Streak Free Guarantee. Also, Gutter Cleaning. Top quality work. Insured. Reasonable Rates. Free Estimates. 585-377-7923; 585-749-8588.

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MASONRY & CONCRETE WORK: Brickwork, Blockwork, Patios, Walks, Steps. Experienced and Honest. **FREE ESTIMATES** Frank Torchia Masonry, 585-586-6224

SPRING IS HERE! Time for a Spring Cleaning of your yard. Tree & shrub trimming, cleanup of dead/ damaged trees, rototilling, etc. Ask us about perennial Hibiscus. Call Wally Smith & Sons. 585-752-8703

TINA’S HOUSE CLEANING SERVICES. Professional Cleaning Services for Busy Professionals. Offering Weekly, Biweekly, and Monthly Cleaning Services. References upon request. 315-406-8199. tina.lv063@

No Job Too Big or Small! Same Day Service Available. We Remove TVs, Tires, Paint, Carpet, Concrete, Furniture, & More. We Haul Away Hot Tubs, Pianos, Organs, Swimming Pools, Sheds, Decks, Etc. Complete Demo Service Available. Basement, Attic, Garage & Barn Cleanouts. Foreclosure Move-out Service. We Work with Hoarders. Insured. References. Home Advisor 5 Star Rating MR. JUNK IT ALL 585-880-0383.

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Additions, Renovations Custom Homes Excavating Kitchens, Bathrooms Plumbing, Electrical 35+ years experience. Fully insured. Call Doug 585-265-4663


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Classifieds WANTED ANTIQUES WANTED: Jewelry, Gold, Silver Coins. Furniture, Toys, Crocks, Oil Paintings, Railroad Items. Oil & Farm Signs, Pedal Tractors. Howard, FOX FARM ANTIQUES, 585-226-6160. WANTEDCOINS/ CURRENCY by Private Collector. Old U.S. coins, currency, collections. Top price paid, no dealer overhead. Honeoye. 585-322-5909. CHAPPELLS JUNK YARD: Free towing of your junk cars, truck, vans. Up to $500 cash. Up to $5000 for newer models. 585-394-9450.

ALL MODEL TRAIN ITEMS & COLLECTIONS WANTED. Instant cash paid. 585-507-0562 ***MOTORCYCLES*** ****WANTED**** -----BEFORE 1985----- Running or not. All makes & models. ~Any condition~ $$ Cash Paid $$ Call: 1-315-569-8094 or email:


Honor Your Loved One In print and online by publishing an Obituary in our Passages Section for just $50. Includes color photo and unlimited wording. Call or Email: Lynn Forrester, Ext. 141 585-226-8111

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