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Washington, D.C., was created by Daniel Chester French? 4. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What plant is also known as the

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Book of Exodus? 9. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Who was the first U.S. president to be impeached?

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GVPS ONLINE POLL: Many different kinds of treats are enjoyed throughout this holiday season. Can you guess which food is #1 on the Top Ten Holiday Foods list? • Apple Cider • Candy Canes • Cranberry Sauce • Eggnog • Fruitcake • Gingerbread Check back next week to find out the answer! Poll Ends 12-11-18 Results from 12-04-18 Languages are constantly changing and evolving. Words are added; some are changed, and still others are left behind. Which word do you think is one of the Top Ten Oldest Words in English? 8% Rock 13% Food 21% Water 25% I 12% Book 21% Sun The answer from the Top Ten Oldest Words in English was “I.”

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HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Careful, Lamb. Don’t let your generous nature lead to some serious overspending as you contemplate your holiday gift-giving. Your social life kicks off into high gear by week’s end. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A positive attitude helps you weather annoying but unavoidable changes in holiday plans. Aspects favor new friendships and reinforcement of existing relationships. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Demands on your energy level could be much higher than usual as you prepare for the upcoming holidays. Be sure to pace yourself. Friends and family will be happy to help. CANCER ( June 21 to July 22) Don’t allow a suddenly icy reaction from a friend or family member to continue without learning what caused it -- and what can be done to restore that once warm and caring relationship. LEO ( July 23 to August 22) A relationship seems to be unraveling, mostly from a lack of attention. It might be a good idea to ease up on whatever else you’re doing so you can spend more time working to mend it. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) New facts emerge that not only help explain the recent rift with a trusted colleague, but also might provide a chance to wipe the slate clean and make a fresh start in your friendship. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A family member’s personal situation is, fortunately, resolved in time for you to get back into your hectic round of holiday preparations. An old friend might bring a new friend into your life. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Pace yourself in meeting holiday pressures and workplace demands to avoid winding up with a frayed temper and a Scorpian stinger that lashes out at puzzled kith, kin and colleagues. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A financial matter requires close attention. Also, news from a trusted source provides the means to help sort out a long-standing state of confusion and put it into perspective. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) This is a good time to reinforce family ties. Make it a priority to assess and resolve all outstanding problems. Start the upcoming holiday season with a full measure of love. AQUARIUS ( January 20 to February 18) Don’t be pressured into a so-called solid-gold investment. Wait until the holiday distractions are over. Then take a harder look at it. You might find that the “gold” is starting to flake off. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A former friend might be trying to heal the breach between you by using a mutual friend as an intermediary. Best advice: Keep an open mind despite any lingering bad feelings. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a way of saying the right thing at the right time. Your friendships are deep and lasting. (c) 2018 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Great gifts for beloved seniors By the time they reach senior status, many adults have amassed a ton of stuff along with their irreplaceable knowledge. Come their golden years, grandparents and other aging loved ones probably don’t need much in the way of material possessions, which can make it challenging to find them holiday gifts. Finding great gifts for seniors may take a little more effort, but with these ideas at the ready, it’s likely gift-givers can make this holiday merry for everyone on their shopping lists. Family photo memories Many seniors love to talk about their life histories. What better way to be the catalyst for conversation than to create a photo album that chronicles their lives? Photos can be included alongside historical documents, such as old school projects, military discharge papers, awards, and even genealogical information. Photo puzzles, photo calendars and any home decor with a photo printed on it are variations on this theme. Assistance gifts Seniors want to remain as independent as possible. By giving items that help them do just that, you can bring smiles to their faces. One idea is motion-sensing light switches and fixtures. If and when nature calls in the middle of the night, hallways or bathrooms can be illuminated effortlessly. Shower and bathroom grab bars are another idea. These provide extra security and stability when getting in and out of the shower or when using the toilet. For seniors who just need a little extra reach, a grab tool can easily snag packages from a top shelf or pick up items that may have dropped to the floor, eliminating bending or straining. Practical technology Seniors may not be as immersed in technology as young people, but they purchase their share of gadgets and increasingly rely on tech to

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Even independent seniors may benefit from a little extra companionship and assistance when family members are not able to make frequent visits. Hiring a visiting care worker, who can do everything from organizing pills to making dinner to tackling some laundry, can provide the help seniors need with their daily errands. Seniors are a thriving and growing demographic. It may seem challenging to purchase gifts for older loved ones, but with a little know-how, it’s easy to find the right present.


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FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION SELLING FOR MARTHA CHERWAK Saturday, December 15, 9am 2022 County Road 137 • Valois, NY 14841 IH 3688, IH 1086; IH 856; Farmall 460 (not running); Farmall 400 w/ loader (not running); Gleaner “K” combine; AC 72 pull-type combine, lots of farm and support equipment, grain bins, shop tools. Go to for full listing and photos. Preview: Friday, 12/14, 10am-4pm. Terms: ID for bidder number, cash, honorable check. Payment with credit card 3% Upcoming Auction: 3/9/19 - Seneca Farm Toy Show and Auction, Benton Fire Dept.

Dann Auctioneers Jeff Dann, 585-233-9570 Nelson Horning, Lead Auctioneer: 585-554-5335 3339 Spangle St., Canandaigua Now in our 2nd generation after 46 years! Photos & Upcoming Auctions:

Ordinary riches can be stolen; real riches cannot. In your soul are infinitely precious things that cannot be taken from you. ~Oscar Wilde, The Soul of Man under Socialism, 1891

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SIMPLIFY COOKING FOR A CROWD THIS HOLIDAY SEASON Share some cooking duties. Another way to simplify cooking for a crowd is to invite guests to bring along a side dish or dessert. Guests who live nearby can make something in advance of the big meal, while hosts can hand over their kitchens to overnight guests who express a willingness to contribute their own homecooked dish to the party. Sharing the cooking duties gives hosts more time to connect with friends and family and serves as a great way to plan the menu in advance.

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CANANDAIGUA Nar-anon Family Group Meeting: Weekly support group for friends and family of addicts. Whether they have found recovery or are still struggling with it. Come join us at The United Presbyterian Baptist Church, 11 Gibson St. in Canandaigua. Use side door to basement. Starts at 7PM till 8PM every Monday until December 31, 2018. Coffee and Friendship are always available. Senior Citizens Club of Canandaigua - Biweekly Meeting of the Senior Citizens Organization at the Wilcox Lane Senior Apartments, 40 Wilcox Lane, Canandaigua from 12-2pm. Info.: George Nix 585-703-4355 or email Meet and Greet the Artist: Fred Smith: Smithworks. December 9, 5-7pm, Company Store Artist’s Loft, Cheshire Rt. 21 South. Show/ Discussion and Sale with the artist. Free to the general public. All sales to benefit the Cheshire Meeting Theater and Meeting Hall Project and CCAT. Note: show and sale will run through February 2019.

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All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast with “Santa” - Sunday, December 16th, 8am-11am, Cheshire Fire Hall #1, 4285 Rt. 21 South, Canandaigua. Adults - $7, Children age 5-12 yrs. - $3, Children under 5 yrs. - Free. Jingle all the Way - Finger Lakes Concert Band, Gregory Kane, Director and Finger Lakes Symphony Orchestra, Shade Zajac, Conductor - JINGLE ALL THE WAY a special joint concert featuring traditional and contemporary holiday classics on Sunday, December 16 at 3pm at the Canandaigua Academy. Sponsored by The Hochstein School ( Art Exhibit and Reception: Watercolor Painting Club - Meet the artists behind the watercolor exhibit at Wood Library. Featuring works by: Diana Driscoll, Tairi Detwiller, Klemens Schoenfelder, Elizabeth VanBuren, Marcie Ware, Joaane Wright, Donella Pogue and Dawn Miller. Exhibit runs December 15-January 31. Reception is open and free to the public. December 15, 3-5pm, Wood Library, 134 N. Main St., Canandaigua.

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GENESEO Historic Village Walk in Geneseo - Explore the historic Geneseo downtown area during a guided stroll Sunday, December 9 from 2-4PM. Join Springwater Trails for the outing, followed by a social get-together at an area eatery. For additional info/directions/updates visit the website: springwatertrails. org.

GENEVA The American Red Cross will be holding a BLOOD DRIVE at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva on Monday, December 10th! Appointments can be scheduled from 2-7PM; walk-ins are also welcome. Visit http://www. to make an appointment, or call 1-800-REDCROSS. Cookbook Club - For this meeting, our theme is, “Holiday Cookie Exchange.” Each member will bring at least 2 dozen cookies, then we will “exchange” cookies so each member leaves with a little bit of all the other cookies! New members always welcome, registration is required for this event. Held Thursday, December 20, 5:306:30pm, Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. Stories and Crafts: Christmas Cheer - Ages 5-10. It’s almost Christmas, join us for some joyous holiday stories then make some crafts to take home! Limited to 12 youth. Held December 21, 45:15pm at the Geneva Public Library, 244 Main St., Geneva. http://


HEMLOCK Mystical Meetup: Join our spiritual meetup group to discuss paranormal, supernatural, mystical, metaphysical subjects, and to explore wisdom from spiritual teachers throughout the ages. Led by Parapsychologist, Mary Grace. Friday, December 14; 7-9pm at the Little Lakes Community Center, 4705 South Main Street, Hemlock. $5 donation. For more info., call 585-766-9318. www. Holiday Concert with the Dady Brothers: The Little Lakes Community Association is delighted to announce that they will be hosting a Holiday Concert with the Dady Brothers performing on Friday, December 7 from 7 to 10 p. m. at the Little Lakes Community Center on Main Street in Hemlock. The doors will open at 6:30 p. m. Tickets are $12, which includes light refreshments and nonalcoholic beverages. Wine is available for purchase during the evening from the Deer Run Winery.

MIDDLESEX The Potter Volunteer Fire Department - Breakfast at the Potter Fire House, 1255 Phelps Road, the third Sunday of each month December 16, from 8AM till Noon. We will be serving Pancakes, sausages, home fries, breakfast sandwiches, eggs, toast, coffee, juice and more!

W. BLOOMFIELD Breakfast Buffet - Sunday, December 9th. 7:30-11AM, Francis M Dalton American Legion Post 282, 2475 State Route 65, West Bloomfield. $7 Adults; $3 Ages 6-10; 5 & under Free. Scrambled eggs, home fries, French toast, bacon, sausage, pastries, fruit, juice and coffee. Take outs available. Everyone welcome.


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Canandaigua’s Christkindl Market: German-Inspired, Holiday Shopping By Amanda Dudek Several white tents, filled with both vendors and crafters, spread across the lawns of the Granger Homestead & Carriage Museum in Canandaigua from Friday until Sunday, November 9th, 10th and 11th. For those hoping to make a dent in their holiday shopping list, this event couldn’t be more ideal. Over 130 artisans displayed their wares at booths within each tent. Samples and specials abounded throughout this year’s Christkindl Market, as did the sheer variety of goods, from jewelry to homemade soaps to glasswork to wine to art and decor. It would be difficult not to find something for everyone at this diverse, open-air, holiday extravaganza. The first hint one has as to the size of this festive event was that parking was not on site. There were, in fact, three separate parking areas, which were several blocks away from the Granger Homestead. However, there was plenty of space and no charge for parking. Festively-decorated, off-duty school busses and drivers graciously transported visitors to the Christkindl Market, and many of these drivers were exceptionally helpful, kind and full of holiday spirit. Busses pulled up along the sidewalk next to the Admissions Tent at the Granger House property, where admission to Christkindl Market was just $5 per person and free for children under 12 years of age. Admission included access to three, large, white tents housing the vendors at their booths. Heated air was pumped into each tent to help keep guests warm as they perused the goods covering every available surface. Outside of the tents, food trucks and stands circled around chairs and tables to create an outdoor food court. Comfort foods, desserts, hot dogs, strudel, funnel cakes, kettle corn and German specialty foods were just some of the food court’s offerings. Across the lawn, near the Carriage House, children were delighted to participate in activities offered at the Elf School. Helpers, dressed fittingly as elves, were welcoming and kind as they ushered children in. The activities included crafts as well as making holiday cards for soldiers. Guests young and old alike


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also were welcome to visit Santa’s House next door, take photos and say hello to Saint Nick himself. Between these attractions for the youngsters and the vendor tents the regal Granger House stood in tasteful holiday grandeur. Visitors could wait on the steps to be allowed inside as only so many guests were permitted to tour the home at a time. Upon entry, visitors were given blue shoe covers and a detailed list of all the Christmas trees and other holiday displays in the Granger House. There were over 50 trees featured in the Festival of Trees throughout the downstairs of the home. There were also wreaths and other decorative displays across fireplace mantles and up stairways. The dining room table was set in exquisite holiday finery. Each tree and display was sponsored by an area business or group, and its decorations were themed accordingly. The effect of all these decorated trees and displays within the beautifully preserved architecture of the 1816, Federal-style mansion was joyous and pleasantly nostalgic. As guests exited through the rear of the house, they passed through the back porch on which the Homestead Women’s Council was holding their Biggest Best Bake Sale, and so it truly did appear to be, with delicious-looking treats across every table. The busses returned regularly to take guests back to their cars. Guests seemed to leave with spirits buoyed by the festive atmosphere and their holiday finds. This German-inspired holiday market is well-worth a visit whether for food, gifts, history, Santa and elves or just to get out and enjoy the season. In Christkindl Market spirit, “Frohe Weihnachten!”


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PHOTOS Penny Saver Pet of the Week Missy is a husky lab mix & would love to tell you about it! She was a rescue after a hurricane in Mississippi– So we named her Mississippi, Missy for short. She may be older but you could never tell, she still acts just like a puppy. When you pull into the driveway Missy will come running to you with a paw in the air waving hi! Some of her favorite things are her family, being outside, hiding bones in the dirt, getting loved & digging a hole in the garden and sitting in it. 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 & become eligible to win a gift. Email to: or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.

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--DEAR DR. ROACH: What effect, if any, does alcohol consumption have on swelling in the legs, ankles and feet? I drink only when I go out for dinner or have guests, typically a cocktail and a glass of wine; no swelling in those instances. However, I noticed that after a few days on vacation, when I drank more than two glasses of wine every night, my lower legs, ankles and feet began to swell. Once I returned home and resumed no daily alcohol consumption, the swelling abated. So, is there a connection? -- B.A. ANSWER: The physiology of alcohol is complex, with potentially adverse effects on the heart, the liver and on secretion of anti-diuretic hormone. All of these can affect swelling. However, it is entirely possible, and probably more likely, that it is a combination of travel and increased sodium intake that is responsible for your most recent swelling. Even in healthy young volunteers, alcohol immediately reduces the ability of the heart to squeeze out blood. Usually the heart returns to normal after the alcohol is metabolized, but in some people, the heart dilates over time, resulting in heart failure (swelling in the feet has many causes, but heart failure is one of the biggest concerns). In the liver, longstanding alcohol use affects the liver’s ability to synthesize proteins. Reduced levels of the blood protein albumin also might cause leg swelling. Both heart and liver effects are very mild except in people who already have disease of these organs. The role of vasopressin, also called anti-diuretic hormone, is complex. Initial inhibition of ADH leads to an increase in urine production, then an increased level of the hormone, which can lead to water and salt retention and swelling. Even though there are at least three ways alcohol can lead to or worsen edema, it is likely that it’s simply swelling from sitting and standing too much, which commonly occurs in travel, combined with a greater sodium intake from eating out at restaurants. Sodium content at many restaurants is much higher than if you prepare your own food. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I’ve been dealing with a problem for a very long time. I’d like to have someone tell me how to stop my eyes from tearing and my nose from running every time I go out in the cold weather. I’ve been given pills (Claritin and Benadryl) and sprays (Nasacort, Beconase), and although they help me breathe better, I still fill up with tears and mucus. I’d like to know if you’ve ever run across these symptoms. -- S.R.M. ANSWER: These symptoms are not only common, they are nearly universal. One of the body’s protections against cold weather is to increase fluid flow to the eyes and nose, as the cold, dry air evaporates their protective moisture. Almost everybody has had the experience of a runny nose after being out in the cold, especially when first coming into a warm room. In some people, the normal response is so strong that it becomes very annoying. It’s a type of nonallergic vasomotor rhinitis. I have had frequent success in prescribing nasal antihistamines, such as azelastine, or an anticholinergic drug like ipratropium, if the treatments you have tried haven’t worked. *** 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 © 2018 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. Who was the last N.L. player before the Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton in 2017 (59 home runs) to hit 50 or more home runs in a season? 2. In 2017, Boston’s Chris Sale became the fastest pitcher to reach 1,500 strikeouts in major-league history (1,290 innings). Who had been the fastest? 3. How many times did the Minnesota Vikings make the playoffs in the 10 seasons (19912001) being coached by Dennis Green? 4. Who was the last men’s basketball player before North Carolina’s Joel Berry in 2016-17 to score at least 20 points in backto-back NCAA championship games? 5. How many games did the Washington Capitals win in their inaugural NHL season of 197475? 6. The Russian men’s soccer team won how many games in its World Cup history (1994-2014) before its two-victory run in the 2018 World Cup? 7. Who was the first British boxer to win an Olympic gold medal and a professional world title?

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Thank you to the Avon Inn for hosting the St. Agnes School Harvest Tastings, what a beautiful event! - SAS Parent

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after our visit. I grabbed my coat and leash and ran after her. If I chased her, she kept running. I must thank my neighbors on Exchange Street and Platt Avenue for offering me treats to get her to come back. In addition, three other people stopped to help me round her up. Thank you all for your help, truly a Village of Good Neighbors. I guess my dog got tired and when my cousin cornered her and opened the car door, she jumped right in. Needless to say, we all got our exercise that day. Sincere Thanks!

LeRoy, Village of good neighbors. Today my dog bolted out of an opened door as I was saying good-bye to my cousin

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We would like to acknowledge the honor and recognition received from the following; Avon Lions Club, Avon Primary School, St. Agnes Catholic School, and Avon Wesleyan Church. Thank you for your many kindnesses and support. We appreciate it greatly!

It’s the method of what they are doing to Susan B. Anthony's headstone, not the message of what they are doing. Many better ways to show your thanks to her then defacing her headstone. She gave you the right to vote but not to deface her grave.

Your store makes me upset. I am told I need to use an app to find things, and I'm challenged when it comes to my smart phone. I'm an older lady, that has certain challenges anyhow. You think good customer service is out of style, and I must use an app to find things. What happened to your employees taking time to help me and others for that matter? Is being nice and helping people find things out of style at your store, so you just throw me under the bus because I'm unable to use the technology? I'm tired of asking your employees where things are just to be thrown a blank stare and told, "I don't know" while making no move to help me. Is

are not respecting the yellow and red lights used to keep your children safe. It's their #1 priority. Bus drivers are not just picking children up, they are the first person they see before getting to school and the last at the end of each day. Bus drivers make a difference. Say thank you to the drivers, it's a difficult job driving the big yellow machine and keeping order on the bus.

Thank you, Mayor Tom Freeman, for helping an old neighbor. We appreciated your help. It was so thoughtful of you to take the time and talk to the volunteers at the Polling stations to find out where my correct Voting location was. Your act of kindness touched our hearts. Dave & daughter

doing something to help a senior citizen out of style at your store? I'm disabled and challenged, a senior citizen, but none of your employees will help. I'm sick of it.

The right-to-farm does not give farmers the right to pollute the soil, water or air. I realize we depend on farmers for our food but they must live on the land, drink the water and breath the air too! And many people who live in the country have been there a long time. (There's one local farm that boasts about being in business since the early 1800s; how many cows did they have then?!) Whoever stole the A-Frame sign advertising the Dec. 8th (local town) Scouts Craft Show on the

corner of (local roads) Gas Station this past weekend, you should be ashamed of yourself. The sign cost the scouts over $70 to make. This event is a fundraiser for the Scouts and the proceeds go directly to individual scouts to help pay for summer camp as well as other Scouting expenses. You stole from every (local town) Boy Scout and the volunteers who help provide the Scouting program for them. It is hard for me to imagine what your motivation would be for trying to hurt a young man's chance at attending summer Scout camp-Have a change of heart and return the sign no questions asked. On behalf of the (local town) Boy Scout Troop, I wish you a Merry Christmas.


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Paul D. Millhausen December 2, 2018 Canandaigua: peacefully December 2, 2018, at 78 years. Survived by his wife of 50 years, Judy Beahon Millhausen. Children, Mary (Kelly) Lincoln, Barb (Rick) Murante, David (Monica) Millhausen, and Sarah Presby; 8 grandchildren, Rob, Katie, Tyler, Daniel, Megan, Matthew, Justin, and Aaron; sister Ann Stewart; a large extended family and many friends. Paul was born August 6, 1940, in Salamanca, New York to parents Paul A. and Florence (Wicks) Millhausen. He retired in 1999 after working over 30 years for the New York State Thruway Authority. Paul volunteered in the Canandaigua Mutual Hook and Ladder Fire Department and the early years of the Canandaigua Emergency Squad. While working for the Thruway in Albany he belonged to the Elsmere Fire Department for 11 years, serving as president from 1995 – 1997. He was an Elk member for over 50 years. Paul had a great sense of humor with an infectious smile who had a positive impact on many lives. He enjoyed travels in his motorhome and campouts with the Good Sam Camping Club of the Finger Lakes. Paul looked forward to his Tuesday mornings with the “Lafayette Counter Intelligence Group,” gardening, watching NASCAR, making wine and brewing beer, talking politics, but mostly spending time with family and friends. Friends called Wednesday, December 5, 2018, from 4-7 @ Fuller Funeral Home, 190 Buffalo St., Canandaigua, NY, where a funeral service was held, Thursday, December 6th at 11am. Burial, Woodlawn Cemetery. ␣Memorial contributions may be made to The Cardiac Rehab, 350 Parrish Street, Canandaigua, NY, 14424 or the BPOE, Elks Lodge 1844, 19 Niagara Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424. To send a condolence or share a memory, please visit

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DEEPER UNDERSTANDING If you have ever wondered where the term “six feet under” came from, its origination can be traced to the Great Plague of London in 1665, when 20 percent of the city’s population succumbed to the Bubonic plague. In the belief that burying the dead a safe distance underground could help stop the spread of disease, The Lord Mayor of London mandated that all graves be dug a minimum of six feet deep. However, because dead bodies were never found to spread the plague to the living, the law was eventually overturned in England and its colonies. It was later reinstated in order to discourage grave robbing. Burial laws now vary from state to state. The earliest human burial dates back 100,000 years making it one of the longest-lived and most widespread of traditions. We have the deepest respect for this traditional practice. If you are interested in learning more about the burial services we offer, please call KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOME at (585) 346-5401. We invite you to tour our facilities at Livonia and Honeoye, NY. QUOTE: “The idea is not to live forever but to create something that will.” ~ Andy Warhol

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German Brothers Marina on beautiful Canandaigua Lake in upstate NY is currently seeking out an engine technician to join our team. Our Marina was founded in 1977 by brothers Peter and Rick German who still work daily on-site managing and assisting in the day-to-day operation of the marina. Along with boat sales, we also rent boats, provide summer and winter storage, have a full service gas dock and service department, as well as a retail store. Our full time staff is made up of seasoned employees that each have their own niche within the company and have helped German Brothers Marina to be so successful over the years. Now we are looking to take our service department to a new level and are hoping to find the right technician to help us reach that goal. We are looking for a technician with at least 5 years proven experience working on engines, marine experience is a plus. You will be responsible for troubleshooting minor and major repairs, as well as routine maintenance on boats and jet skis. Current Mercury, Mercruiser, Volvo or Yamaha certifications are preferred, but training is provided for our employees online and through instructor led classes to earn and maintain the proper certifications. We offer a competitive hourly rate based on experience and an outstanding benefits package including medical and dental insurance, paid holidays, sick time, vacation time and 401k. We also provide you with plenty of opportunity for high-paying overtime hours in the spring and fall. This is a full time, year round position and the opening is immediate! Can you imagine yourself getting paid to test drive luxury boats on beautiful Canandaigua Lake? Please send a cover letter and resume by email to or apply in person at 3907 West Lake Road Canandaigua, NY.


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