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Table of Contents Auctions And Antiques .............................Page 11 Auto Section ...............................Page 9 Brighter/Vent .............................Page 16 Classifieds .............................Page 29 Dining and Entertainment ...............................Page 3 Employment Opportunities ...............................Page 6 For The Family .............................Page 10 Garage Sales .............................Page 17 Give and Take .............................Page 14 Health & Wellness .............................Page 12 Home Services ...............................Page 4 Hometown Events .............................Page 18 Pet Place ...............................Page 8 Puzzle Answers .............................Page 20 Real Estate .............................Page 15 Senior Center .............................Page 13

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PROBLEMS THAT CAN LEAD TO LAWN DAMAGE Debris: Leaving a tool, kids’ toys, piece of wood, or any debris on the lawn can quickly suffocate the grass beneath and cause the lawn to die quickly. Make sure that no items are left on the lawn for an extended period of time.

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Why Buy Locally From savoring produce at the peak of freshness to meeting the people who grow Grown? Locally grown foods are those that are grown within your your food, there are countless reasons to community or a community nearby. support farmers markets. Batavia

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Such foods do not need to be shipped hundreds of miles before they ultimately find their way onto your plate, and many people find that contributes to meals that are more fresh than meals made up of foods shipped from afar. But freshness is not the only benefit to purchasing locally grown foods, which pay various dividends for people and the planet. Locally grown foods benefit the environment. The phrase “field to plate” is significant to consumers who prefer locally grown foods. That phrase refers to the distance food travels from the grower to the plate on your dinner table. Estimates vary depending on the source, but advocates of locally grown food suggest that it reduces the field to plate distance by an average of 1,300 miles. That’s a significant feather in locally grown foods’ cap, as the Council on the Environment of New York City notes that it takes 435 fossil-fuel calories to fly a single five calorie strawberry from California to New York. Buying locally preserves that energy that is used to transport foods from afar.

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PHOTOS Henrietta Public Library recently announced Akosua Essah and Ava Hathaway as the 2018 Minerva Campbell Literary Award winners.

THE HISTORY OF BOUTONNIÈRES Men wear boutonnières on special occasions, including weddings, religious ceremonies and prom night. At weddings, the groom and his groomsmen typically boutonnières. But some historians believe men have not always worn flowers strictly on special occasions. Some believe the modern-day boutonnière traces its lineage to sporting events in ancient civilizations, including Egypt. During those times, men might have worn certain colored flowers as a show of support for particular participants in sporting events, not unlike how many modern sports fans wear team shirts, jerseys and other attire to display their support for their favorite teams. But according to GentlemansGazette.com, the boutonnières of today likely started appearing just a few centuries ago. A 1771 painting of British Captain William Wade by the artist Thomas Gainsborough depicted Wade wearing a bouquet of flowers in his top buttonhole. And in the 19th century, men’s fashion included coats that folded over the top, revealing the inside of the buttonhole. Boutonnières provided an aesthetically appealing way to cover up that buttonhole.

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Hi I’m Bruin, yes like Boston Bruins! I’m a Labradane, my mom is a blue Great Dane and my dad is a silver Lab. I come from a litter of 15! I love to play with my not so big brother Scofield the Maine Coon and my yellow Labradane brother Liam. My favorite thing to do is swim in the bathtub, until I don’t fit anymore. I’m going to be a big boy! I have lots of energy and love to play. But the best part of the day is snuggling up in bed with mommy, daddy and my brothers. 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: sales@gvpennysaver.com or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.

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ESTATE OF LAWRENCE J. REGAN REAL ESTATE, ANTIQUE & TOOL AUCTION

RICHARD AND GLORIA ADAMS AUCTION

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Auction to be held at 8383 Peachey Road, Bergen, NY. East off of Route 19, between Bergen and Brockport.

Directions: 2488 Reed Rd., Corner of West Sweden Rd. Selling at 5:30PM will be 1712 sq. ft. Ranch home situated on 2.1 acre rural lot that backs to Black Creek. Home has 3-4 bedrooms with 2 baths, 2 car attached garage & 12 course basement partially finished. Home has large deck, 2 yr. above ground pool & 40’x32’ barn. Brockport Schools. Assessed for $144,700. Property sells at $90,000 or above. A $10,000 deposit is required. Open Houses: Sat., June 23rd from 10-11am; Tues., June 26th from 4-6pm and Sat., June 30th from 10-11am.

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WILEY’S MARINA AUCTION SELLING BOATS, VINTAGE MOTORS & MORE! LIVE AUCTION THURSDAY, JUNE 28TH AT 1PM ONLINE BIDDING OPENS THURSDAY, JUNE 21ST AT NOON 1180 POINT BREEZE ROAD, ALBION, NY SELLING: ‘04 Wellcraft 20’ 200 Fisherman, Tournament Edition, 150 Hp Yamaha Four Stroke, w/’04 EZ LOADER Trailer; ‘87 Four Winns 245 Vista, 24’ Cabin Cruiser w/ aft cabin; 1979 Sea Ray 26’ cabin cruiser; ‘64 Chris Craft (Thompson) Corsair 20’, I/O Ford Interceptor V8, not running, needs interior, w/’70 Sterling Trailer; ‘71 33’ Viking, made by C & C. Project boat, w/ triple axle trailer; 17’ St. Lawrence Skiff, 19th C, reportedly built on Grindstone Island; large number of vintage boat motors too numerous to list including Martin, Elgin, Yamaha, Neptune, Evinrude, Mercury, Johnson, Elto, & Water Witch and more! Plus assorted parts, tools and more! Watch our website for more details and photos! TERMS: Cash, Check, MasterCard or Visa. 13% buyer’s premium, 3% discount for cash or check. Nothing to be removed until settled for. All items sold AS IS! Wellcraft, Four Winns, & Sea Ray boats sell with DMV unclaimed paperwork.

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MONDAY, JUNE 25, 2018 • 5:00PM • BERGEN,NY Having sold farmette will sell: TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT J.D. 216 garden tractor with 46” mower and snow blower; TroyBilt 8HP rototiller, needs work; MTD wood splitter: several mowers; 100+ maple sap buckets; 100+ animal traps; large quantity of tools. See www.harriswilcox.com for pictures and complete list. HOUSEHOLD Antique oak ice box; baby crib; GE upright freezer, great condition; See website. U OF R CONSIGNMENT Items Selling at 6PM will be: 2008 Chevrolet Express 3500 cargo van, 110K miles; 2006 Chev Express 3500 cargo van, 56K miles; 2002 Chev 2500 4x4 pickup w/ snow plow, 39K miles; 2006 Ford Freestyle, 79K miles; Tenant propane sweeper model 6400; Snap-On Tire Balancer-Model WD240/WB230; John Bean E HP system 4 tire machine with accessories; Towing dolly, 10 other items. See website. Richard and Gloria Adams, Owners

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TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH By Keith Roach, M.D.

The Case Against Hydrogen Peroxide --DEAR DR. ROACH: My dental hygienist recommends rinsing your mouth with hydrogen peroxide to kill germs after flossing. Lately I have heard the using too much hydrogen peroxide can be harmful. What are your thoughts? -- T.W. ANSWER: Hydrogen peroxide is a powerful antiseptic that has some usefulness for household objects; however, I don’t recommend it as an oral rinse. It is too toxic to tissues. In a 1993 study, even hydrogen peroxide solutions diluted to half and quarter strengths caused damage to mucous membranes and caused “overwhelmingly negative subjective reactions.” Thus they were not recommended for oral care. A regular mouthwash is a much better choice, and your dentist can prescribe a medicated mouthwash if needed. Incidentally, I don’t recommend hydrogen peroxide for cleaning cuts and abrasions, either. It isn’t effective at inhibiting bacterial growth. I recommend careful cleaning with mild soap and water or saline and an antibiotic ointment like Bacitracin.

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*** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have heard of yeast infections, but I don’t know what causes them. How do they affect the body, and what can be done to get rid of them? -- C.R. ANSWER: Certain yeasts, but especially the Candida species, are found on our skin, mucus membranes and GI tract. They normally live in balance with the 100 trillion or so bacteria we carry around. However, yeast can cause disease that ranges from fairly mild, like thrush of the mouth or vagina, to life-threatening, like a blood-borne, widely disseminated invasive infection. Candida infection of mucus membranes is usually caused by changes in our bacteria, especially after the use of antibiotics. The antibiotics kill the bacteria they are supposed to (hopefully), but they also may kill the healthy bacteria that assist us in digestion (leading to diarrhea or worse), and this allows the other bacteria and yeast to grow. Some people with genetic faults in their immune system are predisposed to chronic candida infections. These are uncommon but can be severe, and may require treatment by specialists, such as infectious disease doctors and immunologists. The life-threatening yeast infections generally happen in people with severe illness and with poor immune system function. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I have been diagnosed with Fuchs’ corneal dystrophy by an ophthalmologist, whom I saw for an eye exam recently. Would you please tell me more about this disease? Is there any treatment? What can I expect in the future? It is getting harder to read and do close work. -- N.O. ANSWER: Fuchs’ dystrophy is a condition of older eyes, which happens when the cells in the innermost lining of the cornea (the translucent, colorless front part of the eye) degenerate, causing, initially, deposits in the cornea and later swelling of the cornea. The disease has a complex genetic pattern of inheritance, and tends to progress slowly. Treatments include soft contact lenses to “bandage” the cornea, and eyedrops. Transplant surgery of the affected lining of the cornea (called Descemet’s membrane), or the whole cornea, is the definitive treatment. *** 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 ToYourGoodHealth@med.cornell.edu. To view and order health pamphlets, visit www.rbmamall.com, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved.


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Signs of atrial fibrillation — and how to treat it Palpitations of the heart or uncomfortable sensations in the chest can be distressing. Thoughts of heart attack may come to mind, and that anxiety can only exacerbate the situation. While heart attack might be the first thing people think of when experiencing chest discomfort, atrial fibrillation may be to blame for such feelings. Atrial fibrillation, also called AFib, is a quivering or irregular heartbeat that may lead to heart-related complications. The American Heart Association says that at least 2.7 million Americans are living with AFib. Although treatable, without proper diagnosis, AFib may lead to blood clots, stroke and even heart failure. Many people with AFib experience no symptoms at all and are unaware they have it until it is discovered during a physical examination. For those who experience symptoms, The Mayo Clinic lists these as some of the more common: • Palpitations, which can be sensations of a flip-flopping in the chest or even a racing feeling. • Fatigue • Reduced ability to exercise • Lightheadedness • Chest pain or shortness of breath • Dizziness and weakness

ECG, which will show the heart’s electrical activity as line tracings on paper. The spikes and dips in the tracings are called waves. An EKG will determine if the heart is pumping correctly. AFib is more common among people with clogged arteries or diabetes and may develop following valve surgery. AFib also is more common in people with coronary heart disease. As a person ages, his or her risk for AFib increases. Stress also can be a major factor in triggering AFib, according to StopAfib.org.

Once AFib is diagnosed, managing risk factors and restoring When the heart is working normally, it contracts and relaxes in a heart to normal rhythm becomes the priority. Doctors use a variety of medications to control heart rate, which may a beat. When a person has AFib, the upper chambers of the heart, called the atria, beat irregularly. They quiver and do not include beta blockers and calcium channel blockers. move the blood into the ventricles in an effective manner. This Medications to prevent stroke also may be prescribed. Surgical intervention may be necessary if medications irregularity can cause pooling or clotting of blood. Should a aren’t working. clot break off and enter the bloodstream, particularly in an artery leading to the brain, stroke may occur. Atrial fibrillation is a serious condition that requires treatment. Episodes can be managed and treated to help people live A proper diagnosis from a physician is needed before healthier lives. treatment can begin. An examination may include an EKG or


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SOFA SET. Full size sofa, love seat, recliner, lamp and end table. Good condition. No rips or tears: 585-797-3362 USED AND RINSED WINE BOTTLES in Pittsford. All 750ml size. Assorted colors (no blue): 585-641-0340 to arrange pick up

OIL BASED PAINT. Any color. Will pick up: 585-377-0878

ONE DOZEN CANNING JARS. Assorted sizes. You pick up, Fairport: 585-223-3801

TIRES - Size 205/55R/16. Need 2 or 4. Will pick up: 585-443-0804

36’ WOODEN LADDER, 30 GALLON FISH TANK – complete, 3 PLASTIC 30 GALLON DRUMS: 585-267-7720

PLAYER PIANO ROLLS. Please leave message: 585-671-1996

HAMMOND ORGAN. Upper/lower keyboard. Plays beautiful. You pick up, Caledonia: 585-447-7769 32” SONY TRINITRON. You pick up, Canandaigua: 585-732-8410 SEARS KENMORE AIR CONDITIONER. 8,000 BTU wall unit. You pick up, Fairport: 585-472-9621 MAGNAVOX DTV DIGITAL TO ANALOG CONVERTER. Will not work with cable: 845-537-6989

Teacher needs 3-4 COW SKULLS in good condition for drawing class: puppetpop@aol.com STEP LADDER, at least 5ft. tall, any condition: 585-430-0783 12’x12’ AREA RUG. Good condition: 585-409-6477 WHEELBARROW, WEED WHACKER, BLOWER, SHOVEL. Anything for the yard: 585-334-3562 Used DECK BOXES FOR STORING HAY. Plastic only: 585-637-0933

TREES. Cut up and remove: 585-483-8371 SLATE WALKWAY PIECES, 1’x2’: 585-248-2290 USED LANIER 6514 BLACK AND WHITE DESKTOP COPIER: nancy@brachmachine.com FLORIDA STYLE 10 PIECE DECK FURNITURE. Webster: 585-265-2615 GOLDSTAR TV 23” CRT and a light maroon plush EASY CHAIR RELCINER. You pick up: 585-748-0123

OLD MESH SWIMMING POOL COVERS. Does not matter if ripped: 585-964-7903 CLEAN BLANKETS, MATTRESS PADS, SHEETS, COMFORTERS, BATTING, etc. any condition (clean) to fill quilts which are donated to missions: 585-948-5036

BEAUTIFUL 5 PIECE BEDROOM SET, solid oak: 585-300-9437

Looking for a service that offers OLD DOCUMENTS/ PHOTOS DESTROYED at no cost, and watch as they are being destroyed: suee@frontiernet.net

KIMBALL ORGAN. Must be picked up immediately: 585-330-1550

SMALL BOAT TRAILER for a 12 foot aluminum rowboat for senior citizen: 585-447-2176

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17179 Fourth Section Rd. Holley MAKE HIS FIRST FATHER’S DAY SPECIAL Create a first-year memory book. Take the time to put together a scrapbook of the photos and moments baby and Dad have gotten to spend together. So much focus is often placed on a new baby and his or her mother that Dad may be left playing second fiddle. Make it clear that fathers are key to their children’s development and happiness, too.

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PRACTICAL GIFTS FOR RECENT GRADUATES New wardrobe: Gift cards to retailers that specialize in business attire often make welcome gifts for new grads. Some students may need to update their wardrobes so they can look more professional on interviews or at school networking functions.

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Summer is On Its Way! Register for Summer Reading at the Kick-Off Party: Saturday, June 16, 11am to 1pm

Teen Writing Group Monday, June 18, 6:30 pm to 8 pm Grades 6-12. Join us as we write, laugh and learn together.

Adult DIY Craft Club* Thursday, June 21, 6 pm to 7 pm Come craft a beautiful creation! *Registration Required!

South American Fauna Mon., June 25, 10:30 am to 11:30 am Live animals - interesting facts.

Electric Pressure Cooker Demo & Meal* Monday, June 25, 6pm to 8pm. Enjoy a meal featuring the electric pressure cooker. *Registration Required!

1680 Lake Road Hamlin, NY 14464 585.964.2320 hamlinlibraryny.org SUMMER READING KICK-OFF WITH THE HAPPY PIRATES: Wed, June 27 at 10:30am. Town Hall Gym. Sail in and join the Happy Pirates in our summer reading adventure! SUMMER READING CHALLENGE REGISTRATION OPENS Mon, June 25. Weekly prize drawings for all ages. PRESCHOOL SUMMER STORYTIMES: Mon, June 25 - August 6 at 10:30am. Themed stories, music and movement. “OUR COMMUNITY ROCKS SERIES” FEATURING LOCAL NON-PROFITS AND BUSINESSES: Mondays, June 25 – August 6 at 1pm. To see the full summer program, go to hamlinlibraryny.org or check us out on Facebook.

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Thank you so much to the kind woman at our local pool store who gave me a reference for a pool contractor. We have a nearly new pool from a friend of the family; it was brand new & up for 1 year & taken down for family business needs. We were left in the dust with another contractor after we made arrangements, including the permit & contract, to install the pool at our home. Afterwards, we couldn't find anyone willing to drive out of Monroe County or who would be 'possibly' available by late July. I called your reference (Greg) on Friday, who came to our house to survey the site & pool equipment. He said everything was in perfect shape & that he would get us installed this week. Kindness is hard to find. Thank you again for approaching me at the pool store & helping our family.

Every day we entrust our children to “strangers” and expect them to return home safe each night. These adults have been hired by our school district. This means they have been thoroughly checked and are deemed as safe adults. When teachers, counselors, and bus drivers make decisions and rules to keep our children safe they should not be questioned. When

On June 8th, my husband and I were having lunch at the Dutch Hollow Restaurant in East Avon. The waitress had picked up our dirty plates and we thought she picked up our bill by mistake to. We asked about the bill only to be told that someone had paid for our meal. This was so unexpected but so appreciated. I have done this for others in the past, and now I know how they must have felt. We were grateful and blessed. Many thanks to whoever you are. I will again pay it forward! God Bless, Robin and Rick Dieffenbacher I would like to thank the hardworking women of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Geneseo

these trusted adults make decisions for the best interest of all the children in their care it may not always seem fair. I know we all think our children ‘can do no wrong’, but with age comes wisdom. We need to support our district staff. If problems arise while your child is learning and growing have the decency to communicate with the district staff. The adults in our community need to come together to help raise respectful children. To the lady with the wheelchair that fell out of the container – Yes I am the lady who disappointed you by being unhelpful and morally lacking. Letting you know I am a 79 year old lady who also has a handicap sticker and sees a foot doctor once a month for a foot and walking problem. I did what I

who maintain Lydia's Clothes Closet. They sort and put out tons of clothing donations and greet everyone who comes in like old friends. This ministry and the cheerful attitude they display bless many lives. I want these women to know how truly appreciated they are. Additionally, kudos to the gentleman (or men) who mow the church property....it is a huge commitment of time and resources and the property always looks very nice. Just a comment to a "Brighter Side" thank you note to many individuals, including Kevin and Nancy. Those 3 car seats are not supposed to be used anymore! Never compromise a child's safety! Do not use a car seat if you're not sure if it's safe.

could do physically and informed you of your missing wheelchair. Actually upon entering the store I looked for a young man to help you. None were available. Sorry that I was physically unable to be more helpful to you. As you can see it is not always the way it looks. Hoping this note makes you feel more positive about how people act towards you. Wishing you a great day!!

Anytime that you're in an accident the Integrity of the materials that make up the car seat have been compromised and should no longer be used! You simply add the car seats to the insurance claim and they will pay to replace them. I hope this message reaches many people that will in turn share with others.

DO NOT give little kids a ride on your lap while mowing lawn! One bump - and you'll never forgive yourself. Notice - this is the time of year when kids, pets & Senior Citizens should not be left in the car. Temperatures can rise alarmingly in a short time!

To the family with the dog that has gotten loose and run away 4+ times from the makeshift kennel in Every Spring the signs and their backyard--enough is enough! other notices warn drivers to look twice for motorcycles. I’m all Either learn how to take better care for that. Safety for all. Now how of your animal or give it up for about the motorcyclist having adoption. The poor creature could some respect for the rest of us. get hit by a car. Shame on you for The noise coming from some not doing anything to fix the machines can be heard blocks situation as it keeps repeatedly away. The bobbing and weaving in happening. The next time I see it traffic is dangerous for everyone. loose, I'm calling Animal Control. Let’s care about each other in respectful ways. Wishing all of us happy times on the road.


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

BATAVIA ESTATE SALE: 33 Woodcrest Drive. Fri & Sat, June 22nd and 23rd (9-4pm). Go to www.estatesales.net for pictures.

TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. GEOGRAPHY: Which nation’s tallest mountain is called Fan Si Pan? 2. ASTRONOMY: About how many miles across is Jupiter’s Great Red Spot? 3. HISTORY: When did apartheid

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What is the name of the famous sculpture that sits atop the U.S. Capitol Building? 7. INVENTIONS: In what century was the printing press invented? 8. PRESIDENTS: What was the first name of Harry Truman’s wife? 9. MUSIC: What is the meaning of the musical term “tenuto”? 10.

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GVPS ONLINE POLL: President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made history this week with their Singapore meeting where each signed a document committing to work together toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. What is your opinion of the meeting and the future of the US-N. Korean agreement? • It is all a grandstand effort to improve the images of Trump and Un! • This is real progress in the area; the future is brighter than it has ever been! • I have to wait and see on this one. Poll Ends: 06/19/18 Vote at: www.gvpennysaver.com

7. 15th century 6. “Armed Freedom” 5. Hinduism 4. Persephone 3. 1948 2. 19,000 miles 1. Vietnam Answers

SPENCERPORT: 1755 Hilton Parma Corners Rd. June 21-22 (8:30-6pm). Loads of baby clothes, several hanging light fixtures, faucets and ceramic tile, household items, bar, chair mats.

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BROCKPORT: 6299 Lake Road South (across from Covel Rd.). June 21st, 22nd, and 23rd at 12pm - 6pm. GARAGE & MOVING SALE. Furniture and more.

Lawn Sale: Clothing, Toys, Furniture, Misc Items. June 23rd, 9am - 4pm at 23 Woodland Way, Brockport.

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EXIT 9 FLEA MARKET 390 South at Exit 9 on Route 15. Open Sundays 8-3. Lots of cool bargains! exit9fleamarket.com

HUGE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE: Brookview Homeowners Association. Running Brook Lane. Located off Maiden Lane. June 14th, 15th & 16th (9-4pm).

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BROCKPORT: 7302 4th Section Road. June 22nd - 23rd, 8am - 5pm. Two families. Antiques; oak bookcases; oak umbrella stand; oak child’s rocker; oak commode; oil lamps; crocheted tablecloth; box lots bonanza (doilies, books, advertising, prints, pictures mats/frames, oil paintings); movie posters; table/ standing lamps; 5-in-1 oak case stereo; electronic slot and pinball machines; area carpets; Steiff ark; vintage dolls; bottle collections; movie/slide projectors; firepit; much more.

BERGEN: 7141 Lyman Road. 6/15-6/16 (8-4). Yard Sale- Hunting, fishing, reloading, power and hand tools and much much more.

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LIMA: 2828 Plank Road (Route 15A). June 15-16 (10-4). HUGE BARN & TACK SALE. Something for everyone for home, sports, horse, and collectors. Raffles too! To benefit Begin Again Horse Rescue.

Poll Results: 06/12/18 How do you feel about Televangelist Jesse Duplantis’ campaign to raise the money needed to purchase the jet? • There is no need for a luxurious jet, he needs to lead a more humble life! – 82.4% • It is not my place to judge, he answers to a higher power! – 17.6% • People have the right to follow their beliefs even if it means supporting this plan. – 0%


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ALBION Rainbow Preschool Rummage Sale & Open House - FRIDAY, JUNE 29TH, 9-3pm, ARNOLD GREGORY BUILDING, LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM, 2ND FLOOR, 243 S. MAIN ST., ALBION. Many gently used preschool items, toys, books and also household items. Tours of the preschool and open interviews will also be offered. New Life for Cobblestone Treasures Bus Tour - Learn some regional history as Cobblestone Museum staff escort you for a day trip through Monroe and Ontario counties on Tuesday, June 26 to visit cobblestone buildings that have been re-purposed for modern-day use. Stops include the former Stone Academy in Pittsford, an antiques and gift shop, and an 1800s homestead and farm museum in Henrietta. Choice of bagged lunch included for a planned stop in Victor. Full round-trip details at www. cobblestonemuseum.org or call 585-589-9013 for more information. Limited seating, reserve early. Historic Trades Fair - The Cobblestone Museum presents the Historic Trades Fair on Saturday, June 30th from 11am-5pm. Tour the complex, watch live demonstrations of butter churning, tatting, blacksmithing, and much more! Civil War re-enactors on site, meet an antique clock & watch expert, hear fiddlers and see a plein air artist at work. Event pricing $4-$10, details at www. cobblestonemuseum.org or call 585-589-9013 for more information. Kids 12 and under FREE with an adult admission.

BATAVIA Crossroads House Benefit Night at Denny’s - Join us for a night of fun and fundraising as we raise money to support Crossroads House. No washing cars and no baking cookies, just join us for dinner and watch 20% of the pretax proceeds go directly to Crossroads House! Wednesday, June 27, 2018 - Join us anytime between 4pm-9pm at Denny’s, 364 West Main St., Batavia. 585-344-4328.

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Annual Genesee Cancer Assistance Bocce & Golf Against Cancer Tournament - Batavia Country Club, 7909 Batavia Byron Road, Batavia on Friday, June 29, 2018 (10:30AM golf registration, 11AM lunch, 12PM golf shotgun start, 12PM bocce registration, 1PM bocce start, awards & dinner following golf). This year’s honorary co-chairs are Dan & Debbie Fischer (owners of WBTA). Along with the golf and bocce tournaments, the day includes lunch, dinner, prizes, awards, and loads of fun! A dinneronly option is available. Details: www.geneseecancerassistance. com or GCA office (585-345-0417) M-F 9AM-1PM. Please join us for the 2018 HANGAR DANCE to benefit: WNY Aviation Adventure Camp. 1960’s Aviation Theme. Chances To Win Adult Aviation Weekend! Prizes For Best Costume! FOOD - DRINK MUSIC - PRIZES! SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 5pm-10pm at Zeliff’s Hangar, 4635 East Saile Dr., Batavia. TICKETS: (FREE Raffle Entry for Adult Aviation Weekend included with purchase). $125/Individual and $200/Couple. Purchase tickets Online: WNYaviation.com or available at BATAVIA BOOTERY, 210 East Main St., Batavia. ONLY 300 TICKETS SOLD! Information: Beth Kemp, 585-993-7747 or wnyaviation@gmail.com. Art Exhibit: Ty’s Painted Poles by Ty Dickey - June 14-August 4, 2018. Reception: June 21, 6-8pm. Bar will be open. GOART! Seymour Place, 2201 E. Main St., Batavia. Ty Dickey resides in Detroit, Michigan. Ty creates his works from a strong African-centered viewpoint, drawing inspiration from his surroundings. His latest works are decorative fabric spools, a mixed media form that incorporates recycled cardboard paper and acrylic paint. Each piece is elegant and unique; the same design is never painted twice. www.goart. org.

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Art Exhibit: UNWORLDLY Members’ Challenge Show - Held Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 11-4pm at GOART! Seymour Place, 201 East Main St., Batavia from June 7-September 8, 2018. Reception: June 21, 6-8pm. Bar will be open. www.goart.org.

BROCKPORT Flag Drop-Off Location: Do you have a dirty, sun-faded, torn or tattered American Flag? If so, you may drop it off anytime during business hours at the Ameriprise Financial office, 80 Clinton St., Brockport. A formal flag retirement ceremony will be held to properly retire and dispose of all the flags collected. To attend the flag retirement ceremony or for information: Normand R. Fluet, Jr., CRPC, CLTC, APMA (585) 637-0202. Father’s Day Steak Roast with Baked Potato, Corn, Roll & Butter. Held Sunday, June 17th from 2pm6pm. Limited # of tickets available at the door & presale at the Vets Club, $10. Held at the Brockport Area Vets Club, 210 West Avenue, Brockport. 585-637-5012. Sponsored by Sons of the American Legion. Public Welcome.

GATES The Gates Historical Society’s June meeting on June 18 at 7pm will be a presentation by Bob Hobday from the “Antique Wireless Museum” in Bloomfield, New York. Come hear the fascinating story of how communications technology evolved from messaging in a code over wires via telegraph to having hand-held wireless computers in the form of smartphones. Held at the Gates Town Hall Annex at 1605 Buffalo Road. This facility is handicapped accessible. A $5 donation from non-members is appreciated. http://www. gateshistory.org

HAMLIN Summer Reading Challenge 2018: June 25th - All ages can register for our summer reading challenge then keep track of weekly reading minutes. Turn in reading minutes each Friday by 3pm to be eligible for weekly raffle drawings. Grand prizes will be awarded at the Summer Reading Finale on Monday, August 13 at 1pm. Hamlin Public Library, 1680 Lake Rd., Hamlin. Details: www. hamlinlibraryny.org.

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ROCHESTER 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. cce.cornell.edu/events/2018/06/23/ 2nd-annual-4-h-expo


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Girl Scouts of WNY Announces Danielle Nahas as 2018 Gold Award Girl Scout

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by Susan Cook Girl Scouts of Western New York are proud to announce Danielle Nahas of Spencerport, NY, as a 2018 Gold Award Girl Scout. Nahas’ project, Helping Youth Meet Their Potential, involved creating a book for independent living targeted at young adults in at-risk situations. Nahas partnered with the Center for Youth in Rochester, which offers help and support for teens and youth who are considered to be at risk, such as those who have run away from home or have an unstable family. Knowing the youths would struggle to find an adult to support them as they transitioned to independent living, Nahas hoped her book would provide tips and serve as a guide to get them started. The book’s content included easy cooking recipes (with many accessible items at the Center for Youth’s cabinet), laundry tips, first aid information, and other useful advice.

Nahas stated, “I can empathize with this age group about how hard it is to start transferring into adulthood. However, I do have a good support system in my life and at home so I can only imagine how much harder it would be for those who do not have this to start a new part of their life.” Nahas also commented, “Girl Scouts has made me gain a greater appreciation for volunteering and making an impact on other people’s lives. I have continued these values into college where I am a part of a service organization that requires 15 hours of service a semester. I enjoyed this so much that I am now a part of the philanthropy committee. I hope that I can always help others in college and even into my career.”

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to be ongoing or sustainable. Approximately 80 hours of community service are involved in the project. Completion of the Gold Award also qualifies the Girl Scout for special scholarship opportunities. The Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout can earn, acknowledges the power behind each recipient’s dedication to not only empowering and bettering herself, but also to making the world a better place for others. These young women are courageous leaders and visionary change makers.

The Gold Award requires a Girl Scout to identify an issue and investigate it to understand what can be done to address the problem. The girl then forms a team to act as a support system, including a project advisor close to the issue who is not a troop leader or Nahas has been a Girl Scout for 10 years. family member, while she leads the project. She received her Gold Award at the Gold The Girl Scout creates a plan to ensure they Award Ceremony on June 2, 2018. The Gold know what steps they must tackle while Award is the highest award in Girl Scouts. The Gold Award project is the culmination working on the project. The Girl Scout submits a proposal for her project to her local of all the work a girl puts into “going for the Girl Scout council. After acceptance, the girl Gold.”A Girl Scout’s project should be something that a girl can be passionate about - begins to work through the steps of the plan in thought, deed, and action that encompasses utilizing the assistance of her support team where necessary. Lastly, the project is used to organizational, leadership, and networking educate and inspire others about the cause they skills. The project should also fulfill a need are addressing. within a girl’s community (whether local or To learn more, visit gswny.org. global) and create change that has the potential

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MAGIC MAZE Consecutive Two Word Phrases

HOCUS-FOCUS 1. Light is missing. 2. Box is smaller. 3. Collar is smaller. 4. Shirt design is different. 5. Hat is missing. 6. Picture is missing.


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HOLLEY COMMUNITY FREE LIBRARY 86 Public Square • Holley, NY 14470 (585) 638-6987 • holleylibrary.org Mon & Wed: 10am-1pm and 4-8pm Tues, Thurs, & Fri: 10am-5pm Saturdays: 10am-2pm

Children’s Summer Reading Sign-Up Begins Monday, June 25th Come into the library starting on this date to register for the summer reading program, collect your bag with goodies and a summer learning bingo board! We also have an activity sheet for infants and toddlers to participate, too! Our first scheduled event for the summer reading program will be on Tuesday, July 10th!

Adult Readers Group

SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. Name the first major-league relief pitcher to win an MVP award. 2. Pitcher Jim Kaat was in the majors for seven presidential administrations. Name the first and last presidents in office when he pitched. 3. When was the last time before 2016 that Army beat Navy in football? 4. Who was the first European player to win the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award? 5. After the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim joined the NHL for the 1993-94 season, how long was it before the team made the NHL playoffs? 6. In 2018, Chip Ganassi Racing recorded its 200th overall victory. In which car series did Ganassi record a majority of its 200 victories? 7. When was the last time before 2017 that France won tennis’ Davis Cup?

FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 2018

IT’S GOOD TO BE PREPARED FOR BAD WEATHER

MANK EXCAVATING • Leach Fields New • Repairs • Bobcat Work • All Types of Work Done • Demos and Land Clearing • Drainage Problems • Mobile Welding 40 Years Experience

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Monday, July 2nd, 7:00 PM Join us for friendship and discussion of J. D. Vance’s book, Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis.

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 (unsc ented) c an help reduce inanimate allergens that can 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.

(NAPSI)—The hurricane season in the United States runs from June 1 through November 30, though the storms have been known to occur at other times. For 2018, experts at Colorado State University believe, the country can expect an above average storm season, with 14 named storms and seven hurricanes, three of them major. Regardless of whether these weather predictions come true, it’s always a good idea for home and business owners to take the necessary steps ahead of the storm warnings and the inevitable rush for emergency supplies. What To Do Home and business owners can take a simple but proactive course of action. For example, preparations should start earlier than the issued hurricane warnings. 1. Getting a generator can be a good idea. They keep critical appliances running. Lights stay on, devices stay charged and weather updates are available on television, radio or online. Most tropical storms cause a disruption in electricity. Depending on the storm’s intensity, damage to the electrical infrastructure can be extensive. Downed power lines, flooding, fallen structures, debris and other obstacles will affect the speed of power restoration, so it’s important to prepare for an outage duration that may become uncomfortable. A portable generator should be exercised every month. Schedule maintenance if needed. When you get a portable generator, use a sizing calculator to gauge your needs. Additionally, homeowners who seek greater peace of mind from an automatic home standby generator should schedule an in-home assessment, as automatic home standby units take time to get installed. “It’s better to be ready for a nonevent than it is to be caught off guard by a strong storm,” explained Russ Minick, chief marketing officer at Generac Power Systems. “We believe we can offer manageable ways to guide home owners and businesses through the storm season, but staying safe starts with preparedness.” 2. An emergency hurricane kit for the family and any pets should be easily accessible within the home. In addition to food and bottled water, the kit should include a flashlight, first aid kit, battery-powered radio, a whistle to signal for help, and an assortment of hand tools. If someone in the home is dependent on electricity for life-sustaining medical equipment, review the family plan to access backup power or make arrangements to relocate when storm warnings are issued. 3. Outages and the need for fuel go hand in hand. During a power outage, you still might need to be out and about—maybe even evacuate the area—so ensuring that your car is fueled is important. In a worst-case scenario, your car can serve as a source of light, heat and electricity. A portable generator is far better suited to provide backup power, though, so make sure it has clean fuel, as well. And make sure any fuel you store is kept in approved containers. Learn More: For a more detailed list of power outage safety tips for homeowners and businesses, go to www.Generac.com/hurricane-prep.

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7. It was 2001. Answers 1. Jim Konstanty, in 1950. 2. Kaat pitched in the majors from 1959 to 1983 (from Dwight Eisenhower to Ronald Reagan). 3. It was 2001. 4. Marc Gasol, with Memphis in 2013. 5. It was the Mighty Ducks’ fourth season (1996-97). 6. Ganassi captured 103 of its 200 wins in IndyCar.


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Quick Lube Tech/Shop Assistant Bob Johnson GM in LeRoy is seeking an entry level tech to assist with shop housekeeping, inventory and oil changes. Job requirements: Must have own tools and transportation, clean driver’s license and good work attitude. Great place to work and grow your career. Come join our growing team.

Apply in person:

Bob Johnson GM 7000 W. Main St., LeRoy

Civil Engineering Technicians Entry level positions available (immediately) to perform Special Inspections and Testing of material in the Rochester, NY area. EIT, ACI and NICET certifications preferred but not required. Training is available.

E-mail resumes to: staplin@sjbempire.net

GRAY METAL PRODUCTS

MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Responsible for the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of facility machinery. Duties and Responsibilities • Analyzes mechanical and operational problems on assigned equipment and plans for and takes corrective action. • Makes necessary corrections and adjustments to maintain maximum production and quality. • Performs scheduled maintenance and inspection of assigned equipment, reports to supervisor and takes appropriate actions. • Clears jams and sets aside product for inspection and rework where required. Test equipment upon completion of repairs, changeovers, or extended downtime to assure performance. • Examines defects and out of spec. product and where possible takes corrective action on equipment.

Skills and Specifications • Ability to operate safely in fast-paced environment • Work as a team member. • Advanced skills such as electrical, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems. • Must follow all safety rules and regulations. • Must be able to read and interpret blueprints and schematics.

Education and Qualification • High school diploma or equivalency is desired

Physical Requirements • Must be able to work in an unheated and non-air-conditioned environment • Will be subjected to inside environmental conditions such as noise & dust • Must be able to wear ear protection and safety glasses • Must be able to lift up to 50#

Apply to: Gray Metal Products 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY 14414 or email: h-r@graymetal.com No phone calls please. EOE

CNC Mill Set Up/ Operator CNC Lathe Set Up/ Operator

Part-Time

RECEPTIONIST Harper Homes is looking for a part-time receptionist. Duties to include interfacing with the public and computer work. Flexible hours, but some evening and weekend hours. Clean driver’s record a must.

Please e-mail resume to:

stimain@superiortech.org fax to: 585-352-6559

Call 226-2080 for more info.

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Superior Technology, Inc. 200 Paragon Drive, Rochester, NY 14624 WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A TEAM PLAYER Communicates clearly: Team players effectively communicate their thoughts and ideas. This includes using language that is constructive, honest and respectful.

Seeking

Veterinary Technician (FT/PT) For private owned/operated, 11⁄2 doctor practice (90% SA, 10% LA/FA). Desire candidates eager to join a fast paced, detail oriented, client and patient focused team. Conventional and alternative medicine routine. Mentoring and skill development provided. Competitive pay and benefits package. Pay scaled to skill, experience, and productivity. Contact Dr. Richard Mathes at:

Pumpkin Hill

pumpkinhillvet@aol.com “We Have Warm Hearts for Cold Noses!” - PHVC

Veterinary Clinic


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POSITIONS AVAILABLE • Pipe Layers/ Laborers • Basic Laborers • Experienced Heavy Equipment Operators Applications available at: www.redmanconstruction.com

Job Fair Brunner International 3959 Bates Road Medina, NY 14103 “Increasing our Workforce”

Wednesday, June 20, 2018 6565 Redman Rd., Brockport

585-637-9530 Building a strong professional network takes patience and hard work. But the right network can pay dividends for years to come.

6:00 AM to 7:00 PM Full Time Employment Lowest Starting Rate is $11.25 Higher Based On Experience Shift Premium for 2nd & 3rd Shift Production Positions: CNC Lathe Operators, Riveters, Automatic Welder Operators, Forge Line Operators, Line Production Workers Maintenance Positions: Maintenance Mechanic & Electricians (starting rate based on experience) We offer excellent benefits including Medical, Dental, Life, Short & Long Term Disability, free uniforms, Attendance and Safety Incentives & 401k

Successful passing a pre-employment physical to include drug screen is a condition of hire. EOE

Come Meet With Us At Brunner


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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 Genesee Community College has an opening for a Part-time (19.5 hours/week), Student Activities Assistant to assist the Director in the provision of activities and services through the Student Union and other Campus Life facilities. This position’s main responsibilities will be centered around student programs with an emphasis on coordinating events, publicizing accomplishments, and organizing efforts. An Associate’s Degree and a minimum of one year of experience in Student Activities, Student Union, Campus Life, or Residence Life are required. The position is anticipated to work from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday from August 1 - May 31 each year. Occasional weekend hours may be required. Deadline for applications is July 8, 2018. For more details and to apply online visit www.genesee.edu/employment/. Please include a cover letter, resume and contact information for four references. GCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, staff, and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.

We have new accounts! 100+ positions available.

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Coast Professional, Inc. is a privately owned, EOE/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

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HELP WANTED

Catering and Care Position

Full time/part-time Dump Truck Driver. Will train if needed. B License required. Full time/part-time Laborer for asphalt work. If interested call

Part Time Week/Weekend Flexibility Needed Own Transportation Necessary Background Check & References Required

(585) 638-5011 for details.

LOCAL DELIVERY DRIVER - FULL TIME SALARY RANGE: $60,000 + a year RETENTION BONUS PROGRAM

Call Dave 585.663.2842

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 www.anderson-dubose.com to apply online or stop by Monday through Friday, 8 AM-5 PM.

DRIVER

Negotiating raises can be nervewracking. But men and women should not hesitate to ask for compensation commensurate with their experience.

Must have CDL-A license with ELD experience. Must pass physical and drug testing. Monthly expense allowance including phone. Competitive wages w/benefits. Home weekends. Apply to Gray Metal Products 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY 14414 or h-r@graymetal.com. No phone calls please. EOE

ACHIEVE A BETTER WORK-LIFE BALANCE Divide your responsibilities. Allow family members to tackle some chores or other household duties so it will free up more time to spend together. In Spring, everything is full of promise.... The child sporting upon the lawn, and the season, sympathize together, and nature rejoices in her virgin loveliness. ~ Charles Lanman, “The Dying Year,” 1840

DRIVER NEEDED CDL - Class B Full time position. Pre-alcohol and drug testing is required. Equal opportunity employer. Apply in person to:

WNY Concrete 638 E. Main St., Batavia, NY 14020

The WNY School Application System (A consortium of schools in Western New York) is now accepting educationally certified applications for potential openings. Through one online application site, apply to any or all of the 102 schools: Addison Akron Alden Alexander Alfred Almond Aloma D Johnson CS Amherst The ARC of Erie County New York Arkport Autism Services Inc. Baker Victory Services Bradford Brocton Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart Buffalo Collegiate CS Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center Buffalo United CS Canisteo Greenwood Cassadaga Valley Catalician Center Cattaraugus Little Valley Charter School for Applied Technologies Charter School of Inquiry Cheektowaga Central Cheektowaga Sloan Clarence Cleveland Hill Depew Dunkirk City Eden Elba Enterprise CS Erie 1 BOCES Erie 2 CC BOCES

Forestville Fredonia Frewsburg Frontier Gateway Longview Genesee Valley BOCES Global Concepts CS Gowanda Grand Island Hamburg Hammondsport Health Sciences CS Henrietta G. Lewis Campus School @ Wyndham Lawn Holland Jamestown Ken-Ton Keshequa King Center CS Lackawanna Lake Shore Lancaster Letchworth Lewiston Porter Lockport Lyndonville Maryvale Medina Mount Morris Newfane Niagara CS Niagara Falls Niagara Wheatfield North Collins North Tonawanda City

Oakfield Alabama Oracle CS Orchard Park Orleans Niagara BOCES Pembroke Perry Persistence Preparatory Academy CS Pine Valley Pioneer Reach Academy CS Royalton Hartland Salamanca Silver Creek South Buffalo CS Southwestern St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute St. Mary’s School for the Deaf Stanley G. Falk School Starpoint Sweet Home Tapestry CS The Summit Center Tonawanda City Warsaw Wayland Cohocton Wellsville West Seneca West Valley Westminster Community CS Westfield Williamsville Wilson Wyoming

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Certified Nursing Assistants Full and Part-Time positions available on the 3pm-11pm and 11pm-7am shifts. We are a quality, local, long term care/rehab facility. Previous LTC experience preferred and must have a current NYS Certification. Ideal for supportive, team oriented individual. We have enhanced our starting rates, shift differentials, sign on bonus, benefits and have added a weekend rate. All this with no mandating.

Apply in person at 10 Munson St., LeRoy, or online at leroyvillagegreen.com We are an EEO employer

HOW TO NEGOTIATE (AND GET) A SALARY INCREASE Don’t share why you want the raise. When discussing a potential raise, keep it about business and avoid personal reasons. You’re more likely to get the raise if you keep personal reasons (i.e. bills piling up, school expenses, family vacations) out of the mix. Maintain your professionalism during the discussion. Otherwise, you may risk losing your boss’s respect.

We are in need of an IN HOME LPN for our son. Qualifications discussed at interview.

$21.96/hour • Albion, NY Every Sat. & Sun. 2pm-10pm; Every other Sat. & Sun. 6am-2pm; Every other Fri. & Sat. 10pm-6am (overnight) Every Wed., Sat., and Sun. overnight 10pm–6am Must have current NYS LPN License, current CPR card, infection control documents, and will be required to have professional liability insurance. Call 585-589-0576 or email jrozwood@rochester.rr.com

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NOW HIRING! Full-time Positions

* Carpenters & Helpers * Home Repair Techs * Landscaping/Grounds

CONSERVE ENERGY AROUND THE OFFICE Embrace green technology. Many homeowners use programmable thermostats and other eco-friendly tech products to lower their monthly utility costs at home, and businesses can follow suit. LED lighting around the office can substantially reduce office energy consumption and costs, while business owners who own their office buildings might be able to install solar panels that will dramatically reduce energy costs and even pay for themselves over time.

We’re growing and seeking new hires to join our great team! Full-time, year round positions. Must have valid drivers license. Based out of Avon/Caledonia with job-site transportation provided. Great pay. Paid vacation/holidays. Health insurance available.

Email resumes to: career@aglhomes.com Fax: 585-226-6059, Apply online at www.aglhomes.com Apply In person at our Caledonia Home Center: 4305 Caledonia Avon Rd. (Route 5 - 1 Mile West of Avon)

Join the New York State Workforce As a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)! Salary range: $38,113 to $46,772 The Finger Lakes DDSOO is seeking LPNs in Livingston, Ontario, Monroe & Wayne counties. Minimum Qualifications: Must have a current license and registration to practice in New York State, or a limited permit to practice in NYS, or an application on file for a limited permit to practice in NYS

For more information: Finger Lakes DDSOO Human Resources Office: (585) 241-2645 E-mail Thomas.F.Fitzsimmons@opwdd.ny.gov NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Office of Human Resources Finger Lakes DDSO, 620 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620

Security Officers Wanted Join America’s Team FT/PT/On-Call Positions Available Now! Call us at 585-546-4430 Or Apply at:

www.ussecurityassociates.com

As a Direct Support Professional! Salary range: $32,325 to $44,311 Finger Lakes DDSO will be continuously administering the Civil Service Exam for Direct Support Professionals throughout Ontario, Monroe, Livingston, and Wayne Counties Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent; you must have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State at the time of appointment and continuously thereafter

For exam application: Finger Lakes DDSOO Human Resources Office: (585) 241-2645 E-mail Thomas.F.Fitzsimmons@opwdd.ny.gov NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Office of Human Resources Management Office Finger Lakes DDSO, 620 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620 An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer


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Genesee Country Village & Museum is accepting applications for part-time

Buildings and Grounds Associate To apply, visit www.gcv.org/employment for more information.

If you don’t get everything you want, think of the things you don’t get that you don’t want. ~Oscar Wilde

AMADA TOOL AMERICA INC. is a manufacturer of high quality tooling for Amada Turret Punch Press machines. At our Batavia location, we are seeking candidates for the following positions: CNC Mill Operator to run Okuma horizontal mill and Yasda vertical mill. Job skills to include: - Basic machining skills and ability to use micrometers and indicators - Ability to hold tight tolerances - Ability to work with engineering to determine best tools and tool paths - Knowledge of at-machine adjustments - Knowledge of Renishaw probing - Knowledge of tool touch center CNC Machine Operator: Experienced operator needed to set up and run Okuma CNC horizontal and vertical machining centers as well as Okuma CNC OD & ID grinders. Grinding experience is a plus. Additional training is available for the right candidate. Openings available on all shifts. Parts Cleaner/Material Handler: Locates, washes, and distributes materials and supplies by verifying details listed on production orders. Will also assist with other material handling, shipping, and warehouse duties. Good computer skills are necessary.

Director Of Plant Operations. Responsible for planning and supervising plant operations, to manage, forecast, schedule and coordinate all maintenance, construction, preventative and predictive maintenance and renovation for all Wyoming County Community Health Systems (WCCHS) property, grounds and facilities.. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: (a) Graduation from an accredited or NYS registered four year college or university with a bachelor’s degree or higher in Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Engineering or closely related field and a minimum of five (5) years of hospital plant operations and maintenance activities experience in an administrative supervisory capacity in a unionized environment; or (b) Graduation from an accredited or NYS registered two year college with an associate’s degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Engineering or closely related field and a minimum of seven (7) years of hospital plant operations and maintenance activities experience, five (5) of which in an administrative supervisory capacity in a unionized environment; or (c) An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined between the limits as defined above. For further information and to obtain an employment application, go to

www.wcchs.net. Please complete and mail/drop off ORIGINAL application to: Wyoming County Human Resources Thompson Hall 338 North Main Street Warsaw, NY 14569 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer / TDD 800 662 1220

BROCKPORT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

HELP WANTED

Bus Drivers & Bus Attendants Complete training provided.

High school diploma or GED is required. We provide competitive salaries. Our exceptional benefits include excellent medical/prescription coverage at very low cost to the employee. We offer dental, vision, and life insurance with no employee premium costs. Our employees enjoy paid sick, vacation, and holidays as well as 401K and more.

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

Apply at:

http://www.amada.com/america/employment-home

Amada Tool America, Inc. Batavia Industrial Park 4A Treadeasy Ave., Batavia, NY 14020

Call: 585-637-1807 Apply on-line at: https://www.applitrack.com/brockport/onlineapp


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Classifieds ANNOUNCEMENTS PRINTING: Affordable, exquisite, fast. PennyLanePrinting.com or call 1-866-812-8111 and ask for Gina or Jeanine. DID YOU KNOW... Placing an Obituary in the Genesee Valley Penny Saver Passages Section is far less expensive than other media? Email: Lynn Forrester for more information! Passages@GVPennySaver.com JIM SAMSEL FOR U.S. SENATE! WILL BE AT ALEXANDER GUN SHOW SUNDAY, JUNE 17TH. Thanks Dads and Moms for making America Great!

APPLIANCES FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONER. Purchased 2014. Great condition. 16“H, 26”W, 28“D, 5,000BTUs. Like new. $600. Call 585-343-1391.

AUTOMOTIVE

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JUNK CARS, TRUCKS, and Vans Wanted! Higher cash paid for most. Always free pickup. 585-305-5865.

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EDUCATION 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. HEALTHCARE CAREER TRAINING ONLINE. Start a New Career in Medical Billing & Coding. Medical Administrative Assistant. To learn more, call Ultimate Medical Academy. 877-589-1250 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.

FINANCES

CASH 4 CARS up to $500 for your junk car, truck, van. FREE towing. 585-482-2140. www. cash4carsrochester.com

Over $10K in debt? Be debt free in 24-48 months. Pay a fraction of what you owe. A+ BBB rated. Call National Debt Relief 1-855-403-3654.

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GARAGE SALES

CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! 2002 and Newer! Any Condition. Running or Not. Competitive Offer! Free Towing! We’re Nationwide! Call Now: 1-888-416-2330. $$ TOP DOLLAR PAID $$ for Cars & Trucks. Good Runners or Junkers. Free same day pick up, call 24/7. Northside Salvage 585-969-3309

Moving Sale: Large formal dining room set, medetterenian bedroom set, some antiques, clothing books, lots of glass wear. 8:30am - 5:00pm on Friday June 15th and Saturday June 16th at 3980 Lake Rd N, Brockport.

HEALTH Generic VIAGRA 100mg Generic CIALIS 20mg. 80 for $99 GREAT DEAL!!!! FAST FREE SHIPPING! 100% money back GUARANTEE! CALL NOW 888-669-9343. Se habla espanol. VIAGRA/CIALIS 100MG/CIALIS 20mg, 52 Pills. Call Today, we can save you cash! Call Now 800-375-3305.

ALL-SEASON TIRES: (4)- Michelin, 225/60R18, less than 10,000 miles. $200. Call 585-226-5828 to schedule your inspection of these Michelin’s.

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MOBILEHELP, America’s Premier Mobile Medical Alert System. Whether You’re Home or Away. For Safety and Peace of Mind. No Long Term Contracts! Free Brochure! Call Today! 1-800-960-8653. OXYGEN - Anytime. Anywhere. No tanks to refill. No deliveries. The All-New Inogen One G4 is only 2.8 pounds! FAA approved! FREE info kit: 1-855-839-1738. GOT KNEE PAIN? Back Pain? Shoulder Pain? Get a pain-relieving brace at little or NO cost to you. Medicare Patients Call Health Hotline Now! 1- 855-439-2862. Stop OVERPAYING for your prescriptions! SAVE! Call our licensed Canadian and International pharmacy, compare prices and get $25.00 OFF your first prescription! CALL 1-844-520-6712 Promo Code CDC201725. DENTAL INSURANCE. Call Physicians Mutual Insurance Company for details. NOT just a discount plan, REAL coverage for 350 procedures. 855-434-9221 or http://www. dental50plus.com/44 VIAGRA & CIALIS! 60 pills for $99. 100 pills for $150 FREE shipping. Money back guaranteed! Call now Save 1-800-870-8711. FDA-Registered Hearing Aids. 100% Risk-Free! 45-Day Home Trial. Comfort Fit. Crisp Clear Sound. If you decide to keep it, PAY ONLY $299 per aid. FREE Shipping. Call Hearing Help Express 1-844-730-5923. Lung Cancer? And Age 60+? You And Your Family May Be Entitled To Significant Cash Award. Call 1-855-389-9805 for Information. No Risk. No Money Out Of Pocket.

ITEMS FOR SALE PUSH LAWNMOWER/ MULCHER: Runs and cuts fine. $50. 585-637-0097. BAYLINER CAPRI BOAT: 1984, 1950 Series, open bow with trailer. $3,000/ b.o. 585-334-8871. FOR SALE: Reese 15K 5th wheel hitch, like new, $200. Call 585-738-6965. Vinyl Siding: 10 Square 16’4” long, $600.00. 2 front fenders and hood for Chevy Astro or GMC Safari, $150.00. 585-638-1289

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