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SPRING CLEANING PROJECTS YOU DON’T WANT TO FORGET
BATHROOMS: Bathrooms also tend to bear the brunt of winter weather, as mold and grime can accumulate throughout a season in which it’s too cold to open bathroom windows to let fresh air in after bathing. Inspect ceilings, tubs, shower stalls, and floors for any signs of mold growth or grime. Mold growth in a home can lead to respiratory problems and exacerbate existing conditions such as asthma, so it’s best to inspect bathrooms for any signs of mold growth throughout winter. If you have let that slip, prioritize such inspections come spring cleaning time.
DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My cat Chester seemed perfectly healthy, but when I brought him in for his annual checkup, the veterinarian said that he has an ear infection. I didn’t notice any behavior or odd symptoms previously. I gave Chester the expensive eardrops he was prescribed, and he seems just ne. Was the vet just making up the infection? -- Jeanine C., Bu alo, New York
DEAR JEANINE: Cats are really good at hiding the symptoms of an illness. I’m glad you brought Chester in for his regular checkup, because those are very helpful in determining hidden acute problems like an ear infection, and noting potential problems (for example, if his weight is getting higher than normal, or he’s developing arthritis).
Now that Chester has been treated, keep an eye out for signs of the infection recurring. Look, listen and smell (yes, smell!) around his ears periodically and note certain behaviors. Hold Chester on your lap and shine a little ashlight into each ear.
A healthy ear is pale pink, with little to no earwax visible and no debris.
Trouble signs include: A strong odor from the ear; lots of earwax buildup; debris or discharge that looks like co ee grounds; or discharge that is yellow or black. You (or the vet) may see redness or swelling of the ear ap or in the ear canal.
Ear infections cause behavioral changes, too. Some of them are subtle: Chester may shake his head a er you scratch around his ears, or he may tilt his head more in one direction than another. More serious symptoms include loss of balance, disorientation, hearing loss or even facial paralysis.
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effort to reduce stress. Stress produces a host of negative side effects, some of which can indirectly affect appearance. Some people dealing with stress end up suffering from insomnia, which can contribute to bags under the eyes. Stress also can adversely affect hydration of the skin, contributing to dry skin. Stress also can contribute to hormonal imbalances that lead to skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis and eczema. If stress is a problem, make a concerted effort to reduce it, even working with a physician to reduce stress when necessary.
The American Heartworm Society advises dog owners to have their furry companions tested for heartworm annually. Such tests can typically be conducted during routine preventive care visits to the veterinarian.The AHS notes that such tests are necessary even for dogs that are taking year-round heartworm prevention medications. Tests can conﬁrm that such programs are working or indicate if they are not effective. The American Veterinary Medical Association notes that antigen tests are the most commonly performed tests. These tests detect the presence of adult female heartworms and they are typically highly accurate. If a test is positive, veterinarians may recommend further testing, including radiographs, a blood proﬁle and an echocardiogram. Such tests can determine a number of things about the infection, including its severity. The AVMA also notes that the additional testing can help determine the best course of treatment. Cat owners should know that it’s more difﬁcult to detect heartworm in cats than in dogs. The AHS indicates that cats are much less likely than dogs to have adult heartworms, making the disease harder to detect in felines. Veterinarians may recommend cats receive both the antigen test and an antibody test, which detects exposure to heartworm larvae. The AVMA notes that more testing may increase the likelihood of detecting the disease in cats.
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* The longest song title ever is Hoagy Carmichael’s 1943 “I’m a Cranky Old Yank in a Clanky Old Tank on the Streets of Yokohama with my Honolulu Mama Doin’ Those Beat-o, Beat-o Flat-On-My-Seat-o, Hirohito Blues.”
* Eight of the 10 largest statues in the world are of Buddhas.
* Pittsburgh is the only city where all the major sports teams (MLB, NHL, NFL) have the same colors: black and gold.
St. Agnes Foundation Presents
This is your chance to own a racehorse with a $10 donation to St. Agnes Foundation. Name your horse and join us for a night of racing excitement.
Night at the Races will be held on March 30, 2023 starting at 7pm at the Avon Park Theater
6 races on the night of the fundraiser with each race having 12 horses.
Thursday, March 30 • 7–9PM
Anyone (age 18+) can attend. No cost for entry and no ticket required to attend. Betting window will open prior to each race. Food and beverages available.
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Offer plenty of praise: Always let children know when they are doing a great job and behaving well in a restaurant.Engage kids in conversation and keep them entertained. Boredom or attentionseeking behavior can make dining out with youngsters more difficult to manage. A
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Adults $15 • Children 4-11 $8 • 3 & under Free Fish—baked or batter-fried, baked potato, cole slaw, rolls, applesauce, and... scrumptious desserts!
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“From the earliest dawn of reason, I pined for that freedom of thought and action that was then denied to all womenkind.” - Emily P. Collins, Reminiscences
Atrue daughter of the American Revolution, Emily Parmely Collins was born on August 11, 1814 in Bristol, NY (now South Bristol) and lived there for 40 years. Her father, James, initially served in the Revolutionary War as a drummer boy. Later as a soldier, he helped evacuate New York with Washington’s troops, fought at the battle of Trenton and skirmishes along the Delaware River, and survived Valley Forge. It is not surprising that his spit re of a daughter, the youngest of eleven, would become one of the country’s rst su ragists.
Coming from such tough stock and being surrounded by a highly educated family with diverse interests and talents, Emily was appointed teacher of district number 11 in Burbee Hollow, Bristol, NY at age sixteen “at a salary paid to a man.” In 1832, she travelled to Michigan with her pioneer brother and taught in a log schoolhouse near Port Huron for a short time.
Early in 1848 upon her return to Bristol, she began her life of activism by writing a “letter of approval and encouragement” to Elizabeth Blackwell on becoming the rst woman enrolled in a modern medical school. A er attending the 1848 Women’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, Collins returned to Bristol excited to organize the rst su ragists’ club in the world.
travelled with fellow Bristol resident, Irena Joyner Totman, to nurse their sons back to health in Virginia. Irena was paid $10 per year for the right to tend to the medical needs of local residents. She seemed to receive the same respect as the local male doctor.
According to Alice Stone Blackwell in the New York Tribune on August 5, 1914, Emily Collins, while a patriot nurse, was taken prisoner and shut in a church with her wounded son and other Unionists, but she was able to sneak information to the Union Army.
When Collins lived in Rochester in the late 1860s, she wrote brief newspaper articles and joined other pioneer su ragists in petition to the Legislature asking that women be granted the privilege of voting. She also attended a meeting of Rochester’s Female Moral Reform Association, an organization to reclaim and reform prostitutes. She warned the group that their e orts would be “futile as long as women were made a subject class…” and proclaimed that “…only by enfranchising women and permitting her a more free and lucrative range of employment would it be possible to suppress this ‘social evil.’”
She agitated that meeting’s audience and later audiences with her views against the conservatism of organized religion. She said churches and clergy “are striving to rivet the chains still closer that bind, not only our own sex, but the oppressed of every class and color.” She even believed liquor should be exclusively manufactured and sold at cost by the government, and industrialists should practice cooperation versus competition.
e Woman’s Equal Rights Union (also called the Equal Su rage Society or the Equal Rights Association) met on October 19, 1848.
ese 15-20 women met in alternating women’s homes every other week to discuss and exchange ideas. Soon a er its formation, the group dra ed a petition, signed by 62 men and women, and sent it to the NY State Legislature, where it was laughed o as “absurdly ridiculous.” e S. Bristol club met for over a year before disbanding due to bad weather and di culty meeting, but they continued to petition the legislature, and a Bristol women’s club has continued by several names to the present day.
At this time, Collins wrote to Sarah C. Owen, a Rochester activist in October 1848, requesting a copy of the su rage petition, saying “We will engage to do all we can, not only in our town, but in the adjoining ones of Richmond, East Bloom eld, Canandaigua, and Naples…”
Both of Collins’ sons participated in the Civil War, one as a surgeon and the other, who had just graduated from law school when the war broke out, was wounded while a Captain of the Calvary. Collins
Collins continued her su ragist work in Louisiana with Elizabeth Lisle Saxon and then in Hartford, Connecticut, where Collins wrote extensively for the Hartford Journal and organized and became president of the Hartford Equal Rights Club with the help of Frances Ellen Burr. In 1907, two years before her death at age 95, Collins received a telegram of appreciation from the Convention of the National American Woman Su rage Association. She was mourned by a large circle of friends from the United States, England, and Australia.
How incredible it is to know a woman from S. Bristol played such an important role in the su ragist movement! Happy Women’s History Month! Ever forward toward equality for all humankind.
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When it comes time to update the electrical system, it is always best to work with licensed and bonded electricians who have the expertise to work with electrical wiring without getting injured. This is not a do-ityourself type of job since it requires specialized training.
Electricians likely will recommend upgrading the
panel to bring more power from the utility poles into the home. This can include replacing the existing meter and circuit breaker box to allow it to handle more power or replacing items that are obsolete or dangerous.
Use ergonomic gardening tools. Ergonomic gardening tools are designed to prevent the types of aches, pains and injuries that can cut gardeners’ seasons short. Gardening injuries can affect any area of the body, but injuries or aches and pains affecting the back, wrists and hands are among the most common physical problems gardeners endure. Look for ergonomic tools that reduce the strain on these areas of the body. Even arthritis sufferers who love to garden may ﬁnd that ergonomic tools make it possible for them
spend more time in their gardens without increasing their risk for injury.
Mulch refers to a material spread around or over a plant to enrich and/or insulate its soil. Many homeowners prefer mulch made of wood chips, which is both effective and readily available. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency notes that organic mulches, which include leaves, wood chips, compost or grass clippings, can be used by homeowners who want to develop eco-friendly landscapes.
* Check your local newspaper or city/county government for programs that provide free or near free water barrels or trees. Many areas have a program, and they really do help keep your water costs down if you have ﬂowers or vegetable gardens.
* To keep the edges of lettuce from browning, tear it or use a plastic knife sold just for this purpose. Metal will make the edges brown.
* “If you want same-size cookies, roll and freeze your dough for 10-15 minutes. Most doughs will harden enough to slice into perfectly uniform slices, and the freezing doesn’t really affect cooking time too much. (Watch your ﬁrst batch, though.)” -- R.L. in Missouri
* If you are reattaching a button to shorts or pants, try using dental ﬂoss, the unwaxed kind. It’s much stronger and can hold the button better than regular thread. Use a marker to darken it if the color is an issue.
* “Shaving cream can be used as a spot remover for many carpets. Use only a small amount, and follow up with a damp cloth.” -D.L. in New Brunswick, Canada
* “To prevent a skin from forming on the top of a can of leftover paint, you can inﬂate a balloon and stick it in the can, cut a piece of wax paper to ﬁt or store the can inverted, so that the skin will form on the bottom and stay there when you ﬂip it.” -- W.B. in Alabama
Homeowners often choose to save money and learn valuable skills by doing their own home improvement projects. These minor or major renovations are made much more successful by having the right tools for the job. Investing in good tools can be smart, but those tools are only effective if they are accessible and in good repair. Homeowners who emphasize taking care of their tools can make DIY projects that much easier and more rewarding.
Vinegar can be used all around the house - these were just a few of the dozens of ways to rely on vinegar. Just steer clear of using it on natural stone and marble, as the acid could cause damage.
A new home bar requires barware and glassware. Various drinks are best served in requisite glassware and prepared with the right equipment. A home bar will beneﬁt from a muddler, jigger, cocktail shaker, strainer, ice cube trays, and bar spoon. Glassware can include short glasses, tall glasses and wine glasses with stems. Martini glasses provide a chic look and are practical for those who prefer cosmopolitans and martinis.
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Aesthetic appeal is one of the most sought-after beneﬁts of gardening. However, many homeowners put in so much effort planting for one particular season that they may not give thought to ensuring the garden looks vibrant no matter the time of year.
Gardeners can research planting zones to ﬁnd plants that will blossom at different times of the year so they can enjoy impressive, aesthetically appealing gardens year-round. Spring bulbs can bloom early on, while annual and perennial summer favorites will thrive under the summer sun. Beautyberry and caryopteris will ﬁll out in the autumn, while holly or mahonia can look lovely in the winter.
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Chain-link fences may not add the aesthetic appeal homeowners are looking for, but they are relatively inexpensive, durable and functional. Chain-link fences are low maintenance, though homeowners looking for fences to provide some privacy may need to get creative if they install chain-link fencing. Planting ﬂowers, shrubbery or trees near chain-link fences can add some aesthetic appeal and a little privacy.
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Be especially careful with power tools. Power tools can do a lot and they’re fun to use. But it’s important that DIYers do not let fun distract them from safety. The Power Tool Institute urges power tool users to wear personal protective equipment, including eye and hearing protection and a dust mask, whenever using power tools. The PTI also advises users to make sure tools are powered down before plugging them in and to inspect the tool before using it. Inspections can conﬁrm that all guards are in place and that tools are up to the task at hand. Much like it’s unsafe to overreach on a ladder, overreaching when using power tools increase the risk for mistakes, accidents and injuries.
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1. MOVIES: What is the name of Scarlett and Rhett’s daughter in “Gone with the Wind”?
2. GEOGRAPHY: What body of water lies between Australia and New Zealand?
3. TELEVISION: Eric Camden is a minister on which TV dramedy?
4. CHEMISTRY: Which element has the Latin name stannum (Sn)?
5. LITERATURE: Which book is ﬁrst written in C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia series?
6. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What is the name of the bird logo on Twitter?
7. ANIMAL KINGDOM: How long does it take a sloth to digest food?
8. PSYCHOLOGY: What is the irrational fear represented by coulrophobia?
9. MYTHOLOGY: Which Greek god stared at his own reﬂection until he died?
10. INVENTIONS: What did Alessandro Volta invent?
WINDOW DRESSING. Everyone cleans their windows, but few remember to dust window blinds and drapes -- places that can be havens for dust mite matter and other inanimate allergens. Using a Swiffer Duster (unscented, of course) can trap inanimate allergens two times more than a typical dusting cloth and three times more than a feather duster because it picks up dust and locks it away with thousands of flexible, fluffy fibers,designed to reach into nooks and crannies.
(NAPSI) — Planning a move can be stressful, but planning a move in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic brings a new set of challenges. Stay safe and connected with some smart pre-move planning; here are some tips:
Follow Approved Protocols — If you can’t postpone your move, take extra precautions before moving in to ensure your new place is clean. Follow general disinfecting guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Among other surfaces, disinfect doors, door handles, bathrooms, kitchen appliances, countertops and—something many people don’t really think about—cabinet and doorknobs as well as light switches.
Safely Stay Connected — New work-from-home protocols and online schooling mean reliable Internet connectivity is more important than ever. Prior to your move, SmartMove can connect you to your local provider and help arrange new Touchless Installs that let you safely connect your tech services yourself. Cable companies deliver equipment with step-by-step activation information so you can set up your system on your own, or with support over the phone, online, through chat functionality or video tutorials. In most cases, no technician will need to enter your home.
Keep in Touch & Maintain Daily Routines — You may be staying in more, but don’t forget to take a break from unpacking boxes. Use your new online connection to ﬁnd delivery services to help stock your pantry and fridge and reﬁll prescriptions.
new house will feel more like home if you take time to watch your favorite shows,
viewing parties—you can even take your friends
An average user spends 2 hours and 31 minutes daily on social media. Half of our time on our phones is reserved for social media. If you were forced to choose just one source for social media, what would it be?
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Poll ended 3-14-2023
March is National Craft Month. Learning a craft offers many beneﬁts. Expressing one’s creativity provides stress relief and can lower blood pressure much like meditation. There’s natural positive reinforcement from learning a new skill. What craft do you most enjoy?
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(NAPSI)—Each year, more than 400 people die from unintentional carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning and more than 20,000 visit the emergency room. CO poisoning can be prevented with a few precautions:
• Never use portable electric generators, charcoal grills or other similar devices inside your home, garage or in any conﬁned area that can let carbon monoxide collect.
• Have your chimney, ﬁreplace and woodstoves inspected before every heating season.
• Turn off space heaters before leaving a room or going to sleep.
• Never run your car engine for more than a few moments in a garage, even if the door to the outside is open. Fumes can build up quickly and can spread to the living area of your home.
• Look for clues that home appliances may be malfunctioning. Common indicators include decreased hot water supply, soot on appliances, moisture inside windows, and furnaces not heating properly.
• Install at least one carbon monoxide detector, connected to a monitoring center that operates 24/7, on every level of your home. Real protection comesfromADT—keepingyour family safe from poisonous CO gas that can cause dizziness, unconsciousness and possibly death if undetected.
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• Pets allowed (one cat or dog under 25 pounds)
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• Income & occupancy requirements apply For more information or an application, visit ProvidenceHousing.org (585) 243-1664 • UpperSouth@dor.org
If you have children, you may have the advantage of meeting people at school functions or at the bus stop. Volunteer with the PTA/PTO or sign up to coach youth sports or serve as a scout leader. These opportunities willhelpexpandthenumberofpeopleyoumeetinyournewcommunity.
WARDROBE MOVING BOXES. Pick up, Canandaigua city: 585-364-8666
QUEEN SIZE BOX SPRING. Good condition. Pick up, Shortsville: 585-469-7046
SOCKS, fair to good condition, others can be used for crafts: 585-236-0426
LOWREY ORGAN Model M-375, Walnut Finish. You pick up: 585-370-2535
TREADMILL, suitable for walking, not running on. Works. You pick up: email@example.com
Older CPAP MACHINE, works well: firstname.lastname@example.org
Used ARIEN SNOW BLOWER. Fairly old but still runs: 585-953-0163 (lv. msg)
SLEEPER SOFA, good condition and a SOFA, good condition but has some stains. Bloomﬁeld: 585-747-5521
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, solid, light oak. Fits 32” TV or could be used for computer monitor. Excellent condition. You pick up: 585-359-1652
WILTON NOVELTY CAKE PAN shaped like running/athletic shoe. Holds one entire cake mix recipe. Four STONEWARE .5L BEER MUGS. Fairport: email@example.com
SONY CD/DVD PLAYER. Works. Fairport: firstname.lastname@example.org
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STAMPED CROSS STITCH KIT, Serenity Prayer 16” x 20”. All ﬂoss and more. Pick up, LeRoy. Text or call: 716-352-1248
WOOD DINING ROOM CABINET w/GLASS DOORS. Good condition. You pick up: 585-213-4023
SUBARU VERTICAL SHAFT ENGINE, did run, needs pull start replaced: 585-737-0491
Clean QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS, 2” thick. Perfect for camper: 585-755-1948
FELLED 4-5’ SECTIONS ASH WOOD; take as much as you want. Easy access; wood on edges of lawn: 585-281-1717
CASTRO CONVERTIBLE COUCH and SLIPCOVER - cushions ripped, but mattress perfect: firstname.lastname@example.org
FIREWOOD. Large cotton wood tree; felled, trunk and large branches broken down. Easy access. You pick up, Ionia: 585-657-4894
AMPCO PLAYER PIANO and a LOWREY CITATION HOME THEATER ORGAN
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WURLITZER PIANO - great condition; only one sticky key. Located on the second ﬂoor. Text: 585-755-9697
RESMED S8 ELITE II CPAP - Case, Heater/Humidiﬁer, 2 Tanks, Cord, Manual, Hose, but CPAP part probably no good. West Henrietta: email@example.com
AVANA COMFORT MATTRESS ELEVATOR (king size). Pick up, Webster: 585-872-6756
PATTERNS for an 18” doll: 585-624-5144
SNOWMOBILE wanted running or not. Call or text: 585-733-2026
LARGE POTTERY JARS for indoor gardening: 585-374-5768
Jars of OLD, BROKEN JEWELRY for artwork: 315-694-2247
Clean EGG CARTONS: 716-432-4249
OLD WINDOWS. Must NOT be low-E glass: 814-397-1432
PIANO MUSIC (classical, pop, country): 585-358-6142
20 HP MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTOR for parts. Will pick up. Text: 585-230-9380
SLEEPER SOFA, any size. Please, not if it smells like smoke or cat urine. Will pick up! Thanks! 585-443-9338
VINTAGE FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL or BASEBALL CARDS. Also, VINTAGE ADVERTISING CARDS. Thankful & Grateful! 585-729-1259
VINTAGE ELECTRONICS - Tubes, tube testers, vintage stereo equipment, radios, microphones, motors, speakers, meters, turntables, communication gear, Advertising, Ham, Test Equipment: 585-538-9341
ROSARIES (old and new) to add to my 300+ collection: 585-293-2199
COMICS AND SPORTS/COLLECTIBLE CARDS, any condition, will pick up. I enjoy everything. Thank You! God Bless. Text: 585-260-0437
KEYBOARD in working condition for a 90s Dell computer for a disabled person to work with: 585-346-7022
CLEAN STORAGE BOXES, like copier paper boxes, with lids for moving. Stored indoors. Will pick up: 585-497-2327
HP PRINTER INK CARTRIDGES #60 and #61, new or expired okay. Thank you: 585-519-3325
CRAFT SUPPLIES, YARN, PAINTS, CLAY, FABRICS: Jeank71112@gmail.com
OLD ELECTRONICS, will refurbish and pass on to others in need, or recyclecomputers, stereos, printers, etc.: firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Navy Veteran needs any running VEHICLE that has passed inspection for himself and animal rescue: 585-531-4004
Rock music - 8 TRACK TAPES, CASSETTE TAPES, and VINYL RECORDS for my own personal collection. Thanks in advance: email@example.com
BOX TRAILER: 585-323-1762 (leave message)
COOPERSTOWN DREAMS PARK TRADING PINS and carrying case for granddaughter who will be in this summer’s tournament: 585-334-6134
AIR COMPRESSOR - 10+ gallons: firstname.lastname@example.org
INVERSION TABLE, for senior with bad back: email@example.com
TRAILER WHEEL & TIRE, ST175-80D13 13” wheel, 5 lugs: 585-993-1917
BUILT/UNBUILT MODELS OR KITS. Parts and pieces ok. Longtime collector seeks projects/restorations/customs. Auto, Truck, Plane, Military, etc. Call 585-314-6989
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e Town of Canadice is soliciting proposals for the sidewalk replacement at the Town Hall and Town Court facilities, 5949 County Rd 37, Springwater, NY 14560
Visit the Town’s website to download RFP documents. All pertinent and required data is indicated on the website at: www.canadice.org
Bids are due no later than 4:00pm on April 26, 2023
80+ Parcels: Lots, Acreage, Homes, Commercial Properties
Request for Proposal (RFP) for maintenance/ mowing for Canadice Town properties. Speci cations may be found on the Town website: canadice.org or by picking up a paper copy from the Canadice Town Clerk’s o ce, 5949 County Rd 37, Springwater, NY 14560
Proposals must be submitted no later than 12:00 noon, Wednesday, April 5, 2023
A vital community resource, the pantry provides emergency food assistance for the residents of Avon and others in need. e pantry also provides supplemental food assistance once a month for residents who may have an immediate need. Clients of the food pantry may also request holiday food boxes at anksgiving and Easter by contacting the food pantry.
Our CLIENT CHOICE food pantry is located at 108 Prospect Street in Avon
Hours: Tuesday 11am-2pm and ursday 3-5pm. Please contact the food pantry at 358-1671 if you need assistance. Home delivery can be arranged if needed. For more information about the pantry and its services, or to arrange a donation, please contact the pantry coordinator at 438-4500.
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15 cu. ft. Top Mount Refrigerators
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18 cu. ft. Top Mount Refrigerators
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Avon - Littleton, CO March 3, 2023 at age 97. Susie is survived by her 7 children, Margaret “Peggy” (Len) Wiederman of Endicott, NY, Charles III “Kip” (Betsy) Connor of FL, Richard (Sharon) Connor of CO, Patricia Buursma of MI, Elizabeth (Tom) Walbrun of CO, Bridget Wul of CA, Peter (Debbie) Connor of FL; 16 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; sister, Judy Fenton of FL; many nieces and nephews. Suzie was predeceased by her husband,Charles L.Connor,II.
e family is planning a late Spring/early Summer Funeral Mass at St. Agnes Church and interment at St. Agnes Cemetery, Avon. In lieu of owers, memorials may be made to St. Agnes School Foundation, 60 Park Place,Avon,New York 14414.
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CREATE AN ENDURING MEMORIAL FOR A LOVED ONE
Create a memorial garden. Speak with an area park ranger to determine if you can donate an engraved sitting bench or construct a tranquil garden space in a loved one’s name.
This is the season for great and mighty resolutions. We analyze the nature of our lives and the direction they are taking, and decide how we could make improvements. We resolve to do better, either by eliminating some habit that is unworthy of us or by developing a practice that will enrich our lives.
Johnson tells us that we also may be inspired to great action by circumstance rather than by resolution. When an opportunity arises, we may rise to the occasion with acts that do us credit and without the benefit of planning or high resolve.
Arrangements made prior to need may include the assurance that adequate financing will be available. Our entire staff wishes all of our friends a happy, healthy and prosperous new year.
“Great actions are not always true sons of great and mighty resolutions…”
~ Samuel Johnson
(NAPSI)—Don’t let window replacement become a “pane” in your wallet. There’s a disconnect between saving money on energy with window replacements, according to government agencies. In fact, they found, it may take decades to recoup the cash spent on the installation of new, energy-efﬁcient windows.
The assessed value of adding 20 new energy-efﬁcient windows in California, for example, may range from $10,220 to $18,580 based on a 2019 building assessors manual listing $511 to $929 for each window. Annual energy savings for the replacement of existing windows in a home are from $27 to $111 for dual-pane windows and $126 to $465 for single-pane windows, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. This means it may take decades to ﬁnancially justify window replacements based on energy savings alone.
Fortunately, there’s an alternative. Window ﬁlms offer advanced energy savings and other beneﬁts and can be quickly installed at a fractionofthecostofreplacement windows, often with a return on investment in under three years.
“Window ﬁlms professionally installed on structurally soundsingle or double-pane windows may reduce energy consumption by as much as 30 percent, while the installation cost may be 91.5 percent less than putting in new windows,”explainedDarrellSmith of the nonproﬁt International Window Film Association.
Learn More: For further facts and stats about saving money and energy, go to www.iwfa.com.
Rather than rushing to the store each time your family decides what’s for dinner, try keeping your pantry stocked with non-perishables that are often necessary in a variety of meals. (Family Features)
SEASONINGS AND SPICES (salt, pepper, dried herbs, cumin, chili powder, paprika, onion powder, etc.)
CANNED GOODS (tomatoes, beans, corn, broth, cream of mushroom, cream of chicken, etc.)
GRAINS (ﬂour, pastas, breadcrumbs, rolled oats, instant rice, etc.)
CONDIMENTS AND OILS (olive oil, canola oil, ketchup, mustard, vinegars, barbecue sauce, butter, cooking wines, etc.)
Get rid of grime
A whole season’s worth of dirt and dust accumulates during the cold winter months. A deep clean inside and out can restore your home to its former glory. Inside, take time to launder all of your linens, including curtains, rugs and bedding. Move furniture to vacuum behind and below, and don’t overlook dust and dirt magnets like mirrors, light fixtures and the insides of cabinets, especially higher shelves that see infrequent use. Outdoors, hose off or power-wash surfaces like windows, siding, decks and concrete to restore a crisp, clean appearance.
We are trying to contact all patients who missed their appointments during Covid. Please call our o ce if you do not have your cleaning recall schedule. ank you for your patience. Please remain safe and healthy.
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(NAPS)—To make eye health care easier, doctors now have two new devices from Welch Allyn: the RetinaVue® 100 Imager and the Spot™Vision Screener, both available to doctors from Henry Schein Medical. Learn more at www. henryschein.com/us-en/medical and (800) 535-6663.
To improve schools for kids at all income levels, states can implement education savings accounts. Families get public funds to use on the public or private school they choose,suggests Dr. Martin Lueken, Director of Fiscal Policy and Analysis, EdChoice. Learn more at www.edchoice.org.
“To prepare for a future in which the right skills are in short supply, companies need to invest in upskilling their employees,” explained Adam Miller, CEO of Cornerstone, a global human capital management leader. Learn how and more at https:// hr.cornerstoneondemand.com/5for20.
As golf remains a signiﬁcant piece of business and social culture, it’s important that women feel conﬁdent on the course.To help,the Metropolitan Golf Association and Lexus are hosting complimentary golf clinics for women this season. Learn more at www. mgagolf.org/wgolf andwww.lexus.com.
The U.S.Administration for Community Living’s Eldercare Locator connects older adults and caregivers to nearby services such as transportation, nutrition, legal advice, health beneﬁts and more that can help them ﬁnd creative ways to continue living at home. Learn more at (800) 677-1116 and www.n4a.org/eldercarelocator.
Joan Lawrence, The Toy Association’s “Toy Safety Mom,” reminds parents to be extra vigilant when kids play in or near the water, on driveways and near streets. Keep toys away from these “danger” zones so kids aren’t lured into an unsafe situation. Learn more at www.PlaySafe.org.
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Women represent almost 20 percent of motorcycle owners and in response, Harley-Davidson and Wolverine Worldwidedesignedsmart,stylish,safer andmorecomfortablemotorcycleriding shoes,bootsandsneakersjustforthem. Health care professionals can learn about the opioid epidemic from CME Outﬁtters courses that provide strategiesforhowandwhentoprescribe opioids,better understand the biologic underpinnings of pain and addiction, and look at targeted, effective and safe treatment alternatives. Learn more at www.cmeoutﬁtters.com/rx4pain.
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Celebrateholidaysthathonornursesasacommunity.TheAmericanNursesAssociation notes that National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6 and ends on May 12. Though National Nurses Week is not a federal holiday, communities can still come together during the week to highlight the work their local nurses do.Township or other local ofﬁcials can encourage businesses in the community to offer special discounts to nursesduringtheweek,whileschoolscantakepartincollectiveeffortstothanknurses. For example,students from all grades can work on a banner thanking nurses and then showcasethebannerbytheentrywaytocampussopassingmotoristscanseeit.
(NAPSI)—Art classes have slowly but steadily all but disappeared from public schools over the years. Lack of funding has been the culprit, but educatorstendtoagreethattheartsplayacrucialroleintheacademicand creative development of our children.
One public school in Greenville, South Carolina is embracing a different model and provides a haven for young artists from across the state to discover, develop and hone their talents. The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities offers preprofessional training to its students in the areas of creative writing, dance, drama, music, and visual arts. As a public, residential high school serving juniors and seniors, it helps students reﬁne their talents in a master-apprentice community while receiving nationally recognized academic education.
TheGovernor’sSchoolalsoservesasaresourcetoallteachersandstudents in South Carolina, offering comprehensive outreach programs designed to bring together artists, educators, community organizations, and schools. The school is supported by its own foundation—The South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities Foundation—by raising revenues to bridge the gap between funds provided to the school through government appropriation and the actual cost of the educational opportunities the school provides to its students.
This extraordinary school recently captured the attention of Ovation TV, a cable and digital channel that is dedicated to the arts. Ovation and local cable provider Spectrum acknowledged the school’s contributions to the communityandinnovativeapproachtoartseducationandskillsdevelopment with a $10,000 award via its Stand for the Arts arts advocacy initiative. SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities’ success provides a great lesson for communities across the country looking to support the arts and encourage the creative development of their youth.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I’d like to have your thoughts on what value the NAC supplement may have in reducing cravings for marijuana or nicotine?
I’m 73 and have been smoking marijuana daily since I was 21. Now I’m quitting for health reasons. I’ve been taking 1,000 mg of NAC every morning, as I’ve read it helps with smoking cravings. It also seems to be used for anxiety and other mental health issues, lung and heart problems ... the list goes on.
I’m not going to smoke anymore, but I’m just wondering what your take is on this, as I’m thinking of sending it to my 38-year-old son who’s been addicted to vaping/ cigarettes since he was a young man. He has ADD, anxiety and problems with breath capacity, and he may have heart problems as well. He’s smoking to relieve his ADD and anxiety. And, of course, he’d like to quit, but it’s so hard to do so.
Can the NAC supplement help me with the urge to smoke?
I think it has reduced the cravings, but how would I even know? -- M.M.
ANSWER: N-acetyl cysteine, a precursor to the amino acid cysteine, has several roles in medicine, as you say. When inhaled, it breaks up mucous, which helps people cough out thick sputum. When used intravenously, it’s a speciﬁc antidote to acetaminophen (Tylenol) overdose. It has been used in these capacaties for years and is safe and well-tolerated.
But, in addition, there is data that shows oral NAC (sold as a dietary supplement) may have a role in helping people overcome addictions to tobacco, with small trials showing a reduction in smoking as well as the relapse rate in people using NAC compared with a placebo.
In people who want to reduce their cannabis use, most of the data on NAC has been on younger people (adolescents and young adults), but also shows some beneﬁt. More stringent trials are ongoing.
It is very difﬁcult for a single person (patient or physician) to tell whether it’s a “real” effect or a “placebo” effect that is causing the reduction in cravings. Only large-scale, placebocontrolled trials can show with conﬁdence whether the treatment is more effective than a placebo. But, since the supplement is inexpensive and highly safe, and since a thirdparty lab found that the brands of NAC sold at reputable stores are what they say they are, I say it might be helpful. However, there are many other products that are proven to be safe and effective to help with quitting smoking, ranging from group tobacco cessation classes, to nicotine replacement therapy, to prescription medications like varenicline and bupropion -- all of which have many years of proven clinical efﬁcacy.
Finally, there are a lot of people with attention deﬁcit/ hyperactivity disorder who are not getting appropriate treatment as adults. Getting treatment by an expert in ADD might make quitting smoking easier and may also improve many other areas of functioning for your son.
Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual questions, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med.cornell.edu.
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* On March 18, 1911, Irving Berlin copyrights the biggest pop song of the early 20th century, “Alexander’s Ragtime Band.” The song was easier to play than Joplin’s “The Entertainer,” which encouraged sheet music sales. Those topped 1.5 million copies in the ﬁrst 18 months after publication.
* On March 19, 1953, for the ﬁrst time, audiences are able to watch from their living rooms as the movie world’s most prestigious honors, the Academy Awards, are given out at the RKO Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, California.
* On March 21, 1971, “The Andromeda Strain,” the ﬁrst movie to use computer animation, opens. Based on a Michael Crichton book, the sci-ﬁ thriller featured scientists racing against time and an alien virus.
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How does it feel when you’re the only one in the whole grocery store who’s wearing a mask? Or when you get three phone calls from the senior center asking if you’re interested in signing up for the monthly ladies lunch, a er you’ve already said no?
Do you feel tempted to explain to the young person who gives you the eye in the dairy aisle? Or worse, apologize to the senior center sta er who no doubt voted to dispense with all masks months ago?
Don’t. Don’t explain. Don’t apologize. Just keep doing what you’ve been doing for three years now, which is taking care of yourself as best you can.
Depending what source you read, you might be tempted to believe that Covid is no longer a problem, that it’s safe to go to lunches where everyone is sitting inches from each other, that it’s perfectly ne to go without the mask in stores.
However, if you look at graphs and charts and follow the progress of Covid, you’ll see that it’s still very much among us. Data taken from e New York Times Covid stats indicates that for a two-week period in February, there were in excess of a half million positive Covid cases in the U.S.
Individual states are doing better or worse than the average. In my state, the 14-day change has gone up 50%, and we’re not even in rst place.
ose positive Covid numbers are from people who were tested at a facility that reports their statistics. How many millions of people are using those at-home test kits and never see the inside of a doctor’s o ce and therefore don’t have their results reported?
None of us has a crystal ball to see when Covid might leave us for good. While it’s still here, take care of yourself. And yes, keep washing your hands.
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Thissix-weekSpanishclasswillintroducechildren(GradesK-2)to Spanishasasecondlanguage throughstories,songs,andavarietyofplayfulactivities.Registration required,gotohttps://wadslib. com/calendar/.
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Please joinusforSmallFryFun,ages 2-5,Tuesdaysfrom10:30am11:00am.SensoryPlayWednesday, from10:30-11:15amforages1-3, withacaregiver.MiniMakerTime. Ages2-5yrs.Thursdaysfrom10:3011:00am.Let’sPlayEuchre!,Wed. Mar.22from1-3pm.Foradults18+. OneBookOWWLKids.Wed.Mar.22 from2:30-3:30pm.MissPamwillbe reading FreeToBeElephantMe,with acrafttofollowandafreecopyofthe booktotakehome.Ages5-10.Registrationrequired.Pleasevisit livonialibrary.orgforsignupandmore information.
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CrossroadsCrafters’Circleonopen Saturdays9:30AM-12:00PM.Any craftandpersonwelcome.
WinterStoryTimewiththeFriends -Saturdaysat10:30AM-Lastday willbeSaturday3/25.MadepossiblebytheFriendsoftheLima PublicLibrary.Thankyoutothe Friendsandallwhoshowedup! MakeSlime-Saturday3/18at 10:30AM-Joinusforthechildren’seventmadepossiblebythe FriendsoftheLimaPublicLibrary Genealogy101Workshop-10/25 at10:30AMHostedbyKathryn Boveeandmadepossiblebythe FriendsofLPL.Limitedspace.
We can’twaittoseeyouattheSt. Patrick’sDayParadeonSaturday, 3/18at3PM!
OneBook,OWWLKids:Saturday, 3/25at11AM-StoryTime&FingerprintCraft!Eachfamilywillreceivea copyofFreetoBeElephantMeby GilesAndreae
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MeetofficialsfromtheLivingston CountyEconomicDevelopment andTourismoffices.Learnhow bothagenciesworktogetherto increasethequalityoflifeand qualityofplaceintheregionfor residentsofandvisitorstoLivingstonCounty.Allarewelcome!
LentenFishDinners- Two dates thisyear:March24&31.Held 4:30-7pm.EatInorTakeOut. BAKEDORBATTER-FRIEDHADDOCK-BakedPotato,Coleslaw, Applesauce,RollandScrumptious Desserts!OptionalHotDog availableforchildren.Adults$15, Children4-11$8,3andUnder FREE.AVONUNITEDMETHODIST CHURCH,130GeneseeSt.,Avon, 226-8600.
AvonPreservation&Historical Society 2023Programs: Heldat theAvonParkTheater.Ourfirst programwillbeonSunday,March 19,2pm- HistoryoftheAvonFire Department withRichardNessas ourspeaker.Theprogramsareall freeandopentothepublic.Becomeamember!Donationsare welcome.
AvonSeniorNutritionProgramWeek ofMarch21-March23, 2023
Tuesday:MapleDijonPorkChop, RoastedPotatoes,BrusselsSprouts, MixedVegetables,FreshPear
Wednesday:BeefStroganoffwith EggNoodles,Carrots,Spinach, MixedFruit,OrangeJuice
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Presents - ”The25thAnnual PutnamCountySpellingBee“presentedbyAvonHighSchool.March 17th&18that7pm,March19that 2pm.Ticketsare$12atthedoor. Presaleticketsalsoavailableat www.bit.ly/avoncsd-theatre
Veterans-PACTACTTownHall: March 18,11-3pm.Pleasecome outandjoinusattheAvonVeteransHall(5480E.AvonRd.,Avon) foraPACTActTownHall.InformationonthePACTActandQ&Aon howtoinitiateclaimsorhealthcare forservicemembersthatserved duringVietnam,GolfWarandPost 9-11era.Veteransshouldcome outandseeiftheyareentitledto VAHealthCareandserviceconnecteddisabilities.Unsureifyou are,showupandaskthequestions.NORSVPrequired.
SpaghettiDinner - Jointhe AmericanLegionPost294on Wednesday,March22ndforSpaghetti,Salad,BreadandDessert from4-7pm.TakeOutorEatIn. Cost:$12donation.Proceeds: AmericanLegionPost294,5480 Avon-EastAvonRoad,Avon.
FoodlinkMobilePantry,now called PUPPantry, distributionof fooditemswilltakeplaceatEast AvonFireDept.,1615W.Henrietta Rd.,onFriday,MARCH31,2023 from10AM-12PM.DRIVETHRU ONLY,STAYINYOURCAR.SponsoredbyAvonFoodPantry.
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AND YOUR LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT. Do your spring holiday shopping all in one place. Concessions by Caledonia Ladies Auxiliary. Door Prize, Basket Rafﬂes & 50/50 Drawing.
Vendors include: Scentsy, Gourmet Creations, RF Felon Craft Beef Jerky, Sally’s Online Treasures, Strandstations, Garner Farms, Christie’s Crafts, Thirty-One, Tastefully Simple, Avon, Pampered Chef, Howard Hanna Real Estate, Colorstreet, Lularoe, Tupperware, Norwex, Jordan Essentials, Alpaca, Handmade, Pet, Sports, and Wood Crafts, Baked Goods, Local Author Patti Giglio, and more…
AvonAmericanLegionFamily Chicken BBQ -1/2chicken,salt potatoes,bakedbeans,roll,dessert.HeldSaturday,April8th,2023 from12PM-3PMorSoldOut.$14 Donation.Drive-Thru/PickUp.Avon TOPSMarketparkinglot,270East MainSt.,Avon.Pre-Ordersencouraged!585-739-1863textorcall. ProceedstobenefitAvonAmerican LegionFamilyprograms
TheGreatBataviaTrainShowMarch 26,9:30am-3:30pm,RichardCCallArenaGCC,OneCollege Dr.,Batavia.Allformsofmodel railroadandtrain-relatedmerchandisewillbeavailable.Itemsoffered includeallscalesofmodeltrains, historicrailroaditems,books, DVD’sandtoys.Freeparking. Snackbar.$6adults,$3under18, freeforchildrenunder13.http:// gsme.org
Invite small business owners to community activity centers, nursing homes, schools, and the like to share their experiences about starting a business in the area.
Cal-MumCitizenoftheYear, Tom andDianeCorcoran. Receptionwillbeheld,May7,2023,at JonesHall,LeicesterSt.Cocktail Hourat4pm(cashbar).Dinnerand Programat5pm.SponsoredbyCalMumLionsClub.$30.00/person. RSVPJoeWildbyApril27atCell 585-286-7717,Home 585-538-4618orlynjo@ frontiernet.net
CasinoTrip: The AmericanLegion Post255inCaledoniawillberunningabustriptoSenecaNiagara onMAY17,2023.Thecostis $40.00andyoureceive$25.00in freeplay.Thetripisopentothe public.Forreservationandinfo. pleasecallJackat845-826-2467or firstname.lastname@example.org. PaymentismadetoMatthew ClearyPost255andmustbereceivedbyApril15,2023.
Tea AtTwoFashionShowFundraiser:April30,CasaLargaVineyards,Fairport,2pm.Doorsopen 12:30pm.Aninspirationalafternoonoffashion,friends,foodand fun.Themodelsincludebreastcancersurvivorsalongwiththeirfamilies,friendsandmembersofour communities.Theeventsoldoutin 2022!SoDON’TDELAYongetting yourticketsNOW!Featuring: EmceeBillyKiddfrom92.5WBEE, GuestSpeakerJenniferHarvey M.D.fromURMCImaging,DJMike LaMarcafromSpectrumSounds. Enjoysweetandsavorysnacks/ beverages,cashbar,silentauction, wine,jewelry,floralteapotraffles, andmore!Fortickets,sponsorship opportunities,silentauctiondonations,andprogramads: www.embraceyoursisters.org/ 2023-tea-at-two-fashion-show
MapleWeekend-Friendsof Letchworth PancakeBreakfast attheHumphreyNatureCenterin LetchworthStateParkfrom10am2pm.HeldSaturdayandSunday: March25&26.Adults$8-4and underfree.UsetheCastileorPortagevilleentrance.
GarbagePlate - Heldeveryother FridaynightbeginningMarch31st from4tillgone.Opentothepublic.ConlonMulvaneyAmericanLegion,6317MarshallRoad, Conesus.
ConesusLakeRidersMotorcycle Club -AllYouCanEatBreakfast: HeldSunday,March26thatthe ConesusLakeRidersMotorcycle Club,6199LibertyPoleRd.in Dansvillefrom9am-12noon.We supportCampGoodDays,Teresa House,WoundedWarriors, Christmasmealsandmanymore. Breakfastswillbehelduntilfurther noticethe2ndand4thSundayof everymonth.Anyquestionscall JohnHynesat585-314-1244.
VietnamVeteran’sRecognition Day - Saturday,March25,1-4pm. OpenhouseforallVietnamVeteransandtheirspousesandfamilies. Comeandexchangestoriesand memories.Informalandafunget together.Lunchprovided.Daniel GohoPost87,34ElizabethSt., Dansville.
“RaisetheRoof”ConcertSeries held Friday,March24th,7:00PM atSt.Michael’sEpiscopalChurch, 23MainSt.Geneseo.Thisisafirst inaseriesofthreeconcertsthatare amusicalpartnershipwithacapella groupsfromSUNYGeneseoand talentfromSt.Michael’s.Thefirst concertfeatures“TheSouthside Boys”,“BetweentheLines”,and thedynamicduoof“Dawsonand Good”.Ticketsavailableatthe door.Admission$10and$5for SUNYstudents.Theconcertseries isafundraiserforanewslateroof forourhistoricchurch.Areception willfollowtheperformance.Please joinusforanenjoyableeveningof music.
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, “TheDyingYear,”1840
Geneseo/GrovelandEmergency Food Pantry: TheGeneseo GrovelandEmergencyFoodPantry isheretohelp.Locatedat31 CenterStreetinthebasementof theCentralPresbyterianChurch, weareopenTuesdayandThursday 10-2andWednesday4-6:30.We offeravarietyoffruitsandvegetables,grains,proteinsanddairyas wellasfreshproducewhen available.Formoreinformation, visitourwebsiteggefoodpantry. org,emailggefoodpantry@gmail. comorcall585-991-8220.
DayTrip-TourSt.Michael’s Mission, lunch atVillageTavern andshopatAlleyCatBoutique. MuchoftheMissionhasbeen refurbishedandonMarch29thwe willbetakingaguidedtour.Please arriveattheLittleLakesCommunityCenter,4705S.MainSt.Hemlock,by10:30AM.Cost: $15.00pp.LunchattheVillageTaverninGeneseoisnotincludedin theprice.Finishingupagreatday wewillstopattheAlleyCatBoutiquewhereConnie,theowner,is offeringa20%discounttoanyone onthetour.Registrationcutoff: 3-24-23.Register:LLCCmainoffice,giftshop,oronlinewww. littlelakesny.org.
LocalInHomeCareInformation Session - Doyouhavequestions aboutin-homecare?Whatservices areprovided,companionship, shopping,personalcare?Howdo youarrangeforin-homecare,managestaff,andhowdoyoupayfor it?Allofthesequestionswillbe answeredandmorebyKimSalvaggioofBlossomModernHome CareSolutionsonMarch30.Attendafreepresentationwithtime forquestionsfrom10:30-11:30at LittleLakesCommunityCenter, 4705S.MainSt.,Hemlock.
TheMiller´sCornersCemetery Association will holditsAnnual MeetingonWednesday,March29 at7pmattheIoniaFireHouse, CountyRoad14,Ionia.People owningcemeterylotsareeligibleto attend.Alllawnmowingbidsmust bereceivedpriortothemeeting. MailyourbidtoLarryEvans,Superintendent,POBox58,Ionia,NY 14475.Formoreinformationcall 585-624-4993.
ConesusLakeWaterQuality Monitoring - Learnaboutthe year-roundmonitoringactivities thatareprovidingimportantinformationaboutConesusLakeand itshealth.TheCLAWaterQuality Committeewillsharewhatthey havelearnedfromthesetoolsand howhistoricaldatahelpstomanagelakeresources.Youwillalso learnwheretofindanduserealtimedata.FreeprogramWednesdayMarch22at6:30pm.Inperson (WatershedEducationCenter, VitalePark,BigTreeSt.,Lakeville) andZoomavailable.Tosignup, clickonthelinkpostedonthe ConesusLakeAssociationpage https://conesuslake.org/lakecommunity/wec/560-22-marchwalk-in-or-virtual-program-on-lakemonitoring-tools-you-can-use.
EasterEggHunt! IT’S BACK!!The AnnualEasterEggHuntatthe LakevilleTrainingGroundsbuilding at5939StoneHillRoadwillbeon April1,2023,from10to11:30 am.Thisfreeeventissponsoredby theLakevilleVolunteerFireDepartment.TheEasterBunnywillarrive byfiretruckat10amfollowed immediatelybytheegghunt;free pictureswiththeBunny;andrides ontheFireTrucks.
BackyardMapleSugaring- Join the DanandBarbRossiteratThe ChipHoltNatureCenterasthey sharetheirexperiencesasMaple Sugaringhobbyists.Theywillexplaintheprocessoftappingtrees, collectingsapandboilingitdown athomeforyourownenjoyment. Friday,March24at7:00pmatThe ChipHoltNatureCenterinVitale Park,Lakeville.http://www. chipholtnaturecenter.org
VeteranOnly-SpringBrunch: Another requestedeventbyVeteransishere.Aswetransitionto warmerweather,weinviteVeteranstocomeoutandjoinusfora SpringBrunchonMarch30th,111pmatLeisure’sRestaurant& EventCenter,6001BigTreeRoad inLakeville.RSVPisrequiredand canbesubmittedbyvisitingour websiteandclickingontheevent link.RSVPsalsoacceptedbycalling ortextingmeat585-200-9742or email@example.com.This isaVeteranonlyevent.Spaceis limitedsowatchforouremailto confirmyourattendance.Welook forwardtoseeingyouthere.https:/ /www.livcovets.com
AnnualSpringChickenBBQThe KiwanisClubofYork-Leicester hasscheduledtheirAnnualSpring ChickenBBQforSaturday,MARCH 25,2023.DriveThroughOnly. Serving3pmuntilSoldOutatthe LeicesterFireHall,MainSt., Leicester.Cost:$15each.Tickets maybepurchasedinadvancefrom anyKiwanianormaybepurchased atthedoor.
TheLakevilleCommunityPantry (formerly theLivoniaFoodPantry)is servingguestsonTuesdays(10AM12Noon)andWednesday(5:307:30PM)at5687BigTreeRoad Lakeville,inthegroundfloorofthe LakevilleUnitedChurchofChrist. Thereisadonationboxintheback ofthechurchfornon-perishable items,paperproducts,cleaning productsandhygieneproducts (please,noclothing,toysor furniture).Monetarydonationmay besenttotheLakevilleCommunity Pantry,POBox223,LakevilleNY 14480,orthroughVenmo @LakevilleUCC.Wearegratefulfor thecommunity’ssupportforour neighbors.
FingerLakesUFOMeetup - ExploreETs,UFOs&theParanormal. Shareyourexperienceswithlikemindedpeople.Saturday,March 18:6:00-8:00pmattheUnited MethodistChurchofLivonia (UMCL),21SummersStreet, Livonia.$5.00donationtoUMCL. RSVPappreciated,butnotrequired to:MaryGraceviatextorcall: 585-766-9318.www. giftsofgraceministry.org
EasterCommunityEvent! The United MethodistChurchofLivonia willhostanEasterEggHunt,for childrenaged2yearsto10years (or5thgrade),onSaturday,April1, 2023.Thechurchislocatedat21 SummersStreetinLivonia.Sign-in fortheeventwillbeginat9:30AM, followedbytheEasterEggHuntat 10:00AM.Familycraftandstory timewithsnackswillfollowat 10:30AM.Thisafreecommunity event;allarewelcome!!!
TheUnitedMethodistChurchof Livonia ThriftShop islocatedat thecornerofSpringandChurch StreetsinLivonia,NY.Gentlyused, qualityclothingandhomegoods areavailable.TheThriftShopis openonThursdaysandFridays 9AM-3PMandSaturdays9AM2PM.
Saturday,April1-PennySocialDoors openpromptlyat2:00pm forticketpurchaseandprizelot selection.Prizedrawingbeginsat 3:00pm.Funprizechoices.Whatis apennysocial?Thecombinationof asilentauctionandaraffle.Purchasetickets($3ticketcardsfor whitetableswithdoorprizeticket; 50centredtabletickets),place yourticketinthecupofacorrespondingprizelotforachanceto win.Jointhefun!FirstPresbyterian ChurchofLivonia.GPS:3837CenterSt.Livoniainthehamletof LivoniaCenteralong20Aacross fromtheLivoniaAmericanLegion.
Breakfasts - TheAmericanLegion Harrison-LeePost283hastheir monthlyBreakfastsonthethird Sundayofeachmonth.The Breakfastsareopentothecommunityandcost$8.TheBreakfasts includechoicesofeggs,choiceof meat,home-friedpotatoes,pancakesorFrenchtoast,wheator whitetoast,coffee,tea,and orangejuice.TheBreakfastisheld atPost283onthecornerofRichmondMillsRoadandFederalRoad inLivoniaCenterfrom7:30amto 11am.
PotterVolunteerFireDept. Breakfast! The PotterVolunteer FireDepartmentwillbehavinga BreakfastatthePotterFireHouse, 1255PhelpsRoad,thethirdSunday ofthemonthforMarch19from 8AMtillNoon.Wewillbeserving Pancakes,sausages,homefries, breakfastsandwiches,eggs,toast, coffee,juiceandmore!
- Veterans canjoinusatBrian’s USADinerinMt.Morrisat7:00 a.m.,forourfreemonthly breakfastheldonthethirdMonday untilMay15,2023.RSVPwith nameandnumberbyclickingthe RSVPlinkonourwebsiteforthe event.Oryoucanemail,textorcall firstname.lastname@example.org, 585-200-9742.Spaceislimited, butonceRSVPissent,youwill receivearesponseconfirmingyour attendancestatus.Wehopetosee youthere.https://www.livcovets. com
Call (585) 243-3120
Geneseo Parish Outreach Center, Inc.
Providing Access to Health Care
4520 Genesee St. (Rte. 63), Geneseo, NY 14454
Fax: (585) 243-1189 • e-mail: GeneseoPOC@gmail.com website: http://gpocenter.org
Facebook: Geneseo Parish Outreach Center
Hrs: Monday - Thursday 9:00-noon by appointment
GeneseeCountryVillage& Museum’s annualMapleSugar Festival -SaturdayandSunday, March25-26.Exploreamoderndaysugarhousewherefreshsyrup isboiling,thenjourneyintoa19thcenturysugarcampstaffedbycostumedhistoricalinterpretersto learnaboutthetechniquesand toolsusedbyearlysettlersusedto collectsapandmakemaplesugar. HeadintotheHistoricVillagetosee maplesugarusedinhistoric kitchens,sausagemaking,timber sportswithrepresentativesfrom SUNYESF,Hodinöhsö:ni’ (Haudenosaunee)culturaltraditions andstorytelling,andmore.Tickets areavailablenowathttps://www. gcv.org/event/maple-sugar-festival/.
BluesisAlrightTour: You ain’t seennothinglikethem!Featuring performancesbyBlueslegendsCalvinRichardson,KingGeorge,Pokey Bear,NellieTigerTravis,LennyWilliamsandTheodisEaley.TheBlues IsAlrightTourispresentedby NorthAmericanEntertainment GroupInc.,oneoftheleading independentpromotersofentertainmenttoursandliveeventsin theUnitedStates.March25,7pm, RBTL’sAuditoriumTheatre,885 EastMainSt.,Rochester.https:// rbtl.org/events/blues-is-alright/
RoyalComedy2023: Enjoy a nightoflaughswithArnezJ,Bruce Bruce,Sommore&Lavell Crawford!PresentedbyNorth AmericanEntertainmentGroupInc. March31,8pmtomidnight,RBTL’s AuditoriumTheatre,885EastMain St.,Rochester.https://rbtl.org/ events/royal-comedy-tour/
RochesterRotarySunshine Campus -PancakeBreakfast: JointheRochesterRotarySunshine CampusforadeliciousPancake BreakfastonSaturday,March18th, 8am-12pmattheSunshine Campus,809FivePointsRoadin Rush.EnjoydeliciouspancakescoveredwithourveryownSunshine CampMapleSyrup.Adults-$10, KidsUnder13-$5,KidsUnder3Free.Ticketsavailableat sunshinecamp.org.Information: 585-533-2080.
FishFry - OnMarch31,TheLions ClubofScottsvillewillholdaFish FryatJack’sPlace@ChiliCountry Club,760ScottsvilleChiliRoad, Scottsville,from4-8pm.Costis $10forpresaletickets,$12dayof eventpurchase,or$13forTake Out.Patronswillhaveachoiceof Breaded,BeerBatteredorBroiled Fish,FrenchFriesorBakedPotato, SaladorColeslaw.Topurchase presaleticketscallLionPatty DelaMotte@609-335-4250or emailusatScottsvilleLions2023@ gmail.com.
St.Patrick’sDayDinner- Come and enjoyadeliciousCornedBeef DinneratKern-RobinsonPost905, 7998SchoolStreetinSpringwater onFriday,March17th,2023.Cost is$12.00.Servingfrom4:00pm untilgone.Eatinortakeout.
HikeEllisonParkinRochesterHike &Explorethehistoricaltrails ofEllisonParkinRochesteron Sunday,March19from2-4PM withSpringwaterTrails,followed byasocialget-togetheratthe nearbyTryonPub.Foradditional info/directions/updatesvisitthe website:springwatertrails.org
ComeJoinTheFun! Francis M. DaltonPost282,2475StateRoute 65,WestBloomfield.ST.PATRICK’S DAYCELEBRATION!Saturday, March18th,2023.Serving2pm5:30pm.Enjoycornedbeef,cabbage,potatoes,carrots,Italian bread,dessert.Sorry,notakeout. Donationsaccepted.
Walk-A-ThonNYS: A Programof: TheSonsofTheAmericanLegion& TheAmericanLegionAuxiliary. AmericanLegionPost282,Rt.65, WestBloomfield.”THEY MARCHEDFORUS...LET’SWALK FORTHEM”.ShowYourSupport: Wednesday,March29,5-7:30pm. SPAGHETTIDINNER-$10.00,Post 282,LimaLegion.SupportHomelessVeterans-50%ofeverydollar willgoto18VAlocationsfor HomelessVeteransandVeteranAssistedLivingHomesinNYS.SupportHonorFlight-50%ofevery dollarwillgotosupportingHonor FlightinNYS.
MARCH 17, 2023
St. Patrick was not an Irishman
He was born Maewyn Succat around 385 A.D., son of a Christian church deacon and wealthy family, in Britain, which was under the rule of the Roman Empire at that time.
Today the world’s biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebration is the annual parade in New York City, where more than two million spectators line the parade route, all claiming to be Irish, at least for the day.
Four-leaf clovers are never shamrocks
The four-leaf clover being lucky has nothing to do with St. Patrick — legend has it that St. Patrick used a green plant with three leaves, commonly called a shamrock, to teach the Christian concept of the Holy Trinity — only a three-leaf clover can be a shamrock.
Using the pre-ﬁlled in word, use the letters below the numbers to ﬁll in the rest of the code. More words will begin to reveal themselves once all those letters are in place.
We were suddenly plunged into darkness last night when a car struck a utility pole at the north end of Bronson Hill Rd. in Avon. The ﬁrst police ofﬁcer arrived on the scene in what couldn’t have been more than 3 minutes. I counted four police cars and I don’t think ten minutes had gone by. The ambulance arrived shortly thereafter. The power company was there in less than 30 minutes and power was restored within an hour and a half. I hope all is well with the accident victims. I was amazed at how quickly the ﬁrst responders were on the scene. Thanks to all involved. You really start to appreciate it when you’re sitting in the dark with no heat or electricity on a cold 30 degree night!
Thanks for helping our cat
Years ago, Anna, my daughter, went ﬁshing. She heard loud meowing nearby. Anna found a small, gray kitten with funny, spiky hair. Anna brought the kitten home. Stryker got her name because she likes to stick out a paw and playfully strike people as they walk by. She has the heaviest, thickest fur coat I have ever seen. We are not sure if she is part Maine Coon, but she has a fur ruff around her neck, a bushy tail and thick fur like a bear. When Stryker went outside she would come back with ticks hidden in her thick fur. I tried to groom her myself but ended up taking her to the vet after I accidentally cut her. Beth at Lab’s Landing in Darien Center has been a lifesaver. We even discovered Stryker has gray stripes under all her baggy fur. Thanks Beth for making life so much easier.
To the wonderful people who helped me!
I want to say thank you to the three people who stopped on Route 63 yesterday to help me when I ﬂipped my car over the guardrail in the snow storm. You stopped and helped me get out of my car and waited with me til 911 arrived. I really and truly appreciate your kind hearts to wait in the blistering cold with me. I am home and doing ok thanks to all of you and everyone who helped me. So thank you from the bottom of my heart!
At a recent hockey game with 10yr. old players I was shocked by some parents’ behavior. First, the kids can’t hear you screaming constantly: helmets, hats, it’s noisy on the ice. Second, you are not the only parent who paid for gear, got up early on weekends and brought kids here, then help them get dressed. Third, your entire family should be embarrassed as you taught those kids to scream and complain if things don’t go your way. I did not go there to listen to you up in the top row screaming your opinion about refs, coaches and calling kids by name, telling them you know best!
You are rude, sir.
Not really a Rant, but there is a lot of computer help out there. Libraries offer free computer use and probably instruction. Also used and rebuilt are really cheap these days. I’m no wizz but over 70 and I get by with the tech stuff.
This is in response to Technically Handicapped. I have an old-fashioned cell phone for use when I leave the house. I CHOOSE not to have a smart phone! I do have a computer, know how to use it, and think it belongs at home. I agree that there’s far too many businesses and medical
need a home
Call today and receive a FREE SHOWER PACKAGE PLUS $1600 OFF With purchase of a new Safe Step Walk-InTub. Not applicable with any previous walk-in tub purchase. Offer available while supplies last. No cash value. Must present offer at time of purchase. CSLB 1082165 NSCB 0082999 0083445 1-855-417-1306 SPECIALOFFER
THE SCIENCE OF HURRICANES
The National Ocean Service says hurricanes derive their energy from warm, tropical waters. Hurricanes form over the ocean, often beginning as a tropical wave. This is a low pressure area that moves through the tropics’ moisture-rich areas, potentially enhancing thunderstorm and rain activity.
Err on the side of caution at the start and take the pup outside once every 30 to 60 minutes to establish a system of reward and praise for going outside.
If interested in Val, please call BUSINESS DIRECTORY GUIDE TO BUSINESSES IN THE AREA Advertise in the only publication that reaches ALL of Livingston County25,000 RESIDENTS! WE’D LOVE TO WRITE AN ARTICLE ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS!
THE COMPLETE PROOF DEADLINE: MARCH 24 AD DEADLINE: APRIL 7
CONTACT US TO ADVERTISE! Berta Love: 585-301-6715 • email@example.com Kathryn Boor: 585-226-5862•firstname.lastname@example.org Dan Mulvaney: 585-749-2328 • email@example.com
For many years, one of the prevailing stories about St. Patrick involved the patron saint of Ireland driving snakes out of the Emerald Isle. Today, visitors to Ireland likely won’t see a snake while traversing the country’s rolling green hills or idyllic countryside. However, that absence of snakes has little to do with St. Patrick and more to do with geography. According to History.com, water has surrounded Ireland since the end of the last glacial period. That water has kept snakes out of the country. And prior to that most recent glacial period, Ireland was covered in ice, making the country uninhabitable for cold-blooded creatures, including snakes. The story of St. Patrick banishing Ireland’s snakes into the surrounding seas is likely an allegory that highlights his role in bringing Christianity to Ireland. Inthatversionofevents,the“snakes”areactuallythepaganideologythat natives to Ireland had embraced for centuries.
Livingston County Highway Department is recruiting for the vacant positions of SUMMER LABORERS - $16.25/hr
Must be 18 years old – heavy highway construction work, work-zone tra c control, mowing, cutting brush, shoveling, raking and other related labor work. Maximum 16-week position.
Interested applicants must complete a Livingston County application for employment available at www.livingstoncounty.us and are to be submitted to: Livingston County Human Resources, Room 206, Livingston County Government Center, 6 Court Street, Geneseo, NY 14454
Questions may be directed to: Jason Wolfanger, Highway Superintendent, 585-243-6701
Livingston County is an Equal Opportunity/A rmative Action Employer
Assist with daily care of an elderly woman. Daytime Hours: 8am-6pm
Please contact Bill Green: 585-233-7729
• Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, economics or another related eld including or supplemented by at least 18 credit hours in accounting and two years of accounting experience involving third party insurance billing, budget preparation or nancial reporting OR
• Associate’s degree in accounting and four years of experience as described above
• Prepare cash receipts
• Reconcile bank accounts and prepare treasurer’s reports
• Prepare journal entries, trial balances, and reconcile general ledger accounts
• Prepare P/L statements
• Monitor revenues and expenses
• Prepare quarterly and nal expenditure reports
• LeRoy Services Center
• $45,000-$50,000 based on experience
Visit our website at www.gvboces.org
Reply by April 4, 2023 with reference to Vacancy 23-115, letter of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Human Resources, Genesee Valley BOCES 80 Munson Street, LeRoy, NY 14482
from apprentice (will train) to journeyman. Excellent wage opportunities mostly within Monroe and Livingston County. CALL 585-346-3060 during business hours or leave message.
Growing fast and seeking CDL A or CDL B who wants A.
Excellent pay, bene ts and 401k plan.
E-mail: email@example.com or call 315-416-0682
We are an EEO employer.
Hainsworth Farms LLC
Must be able to weld aluminum, stainless steel, and steel. Must be good with a MIG welder and plasma cutter. Experience that helps: heavy equipment mechanic, good with hydraulics, electrical wiring, and air lines. Competitive pay and bene ts (Medical/Dental Insurance, 401K, Paid Vacation). Overtime available over 40 Hours. Resumes can be emailed to HainsworthFarm@gmail.com or call Chuck at (585) 734-3264.
Many people face the challenge of balancing work and family. Workloads may be hefty on both fronts, and the pursuit of a healthy balance between home and career may seem like an unattainable goal. Stress can build from feelings of being pulled in too many directions. According to Mental Health America, stress can compromise a person’s ability to concentrate, lead to feelings of irritability or depression, negatively affect personal relationships, and weaken immune systems, increasing a person’s susceptibility to a variety of ailments. Research even indicates chronic stress may double a person’s risk of having a heart attack. The desire to have a fulfilling career and a full life at home is a goal shared by millions of people across the globe. But it’s important that one’s pursuit of such goals not come at the expense of personal health. Finding the right balance between work and family requires some maneuvering and practice, but it can be achieved with planning, organization and communication.
AVOID FINANCIAL PERIL AFTER A JOB LOSS
Involve the entire family. It can be embarrassing to lose a job, but look to family for support. Children may not need to know every detail, but they can have a cursory awareness of family ﬁnances and understand they may have to cut back until Mom or Dad is working again.
Timebuyer Auto Sales • Batavia, NY
• Diagnose & Repair used autos
• Min. 3-5 Years Exper. Preferred
• Positive Attitude; Excellent Work Ethic
• Valid NYS Driver’s License
Ted Collins Now Hiring
Plant/Lawn Care Technician
Planting Laborers and Foreman
Maintenance Laborers and Foreman
Wages starting at $17 an hour
Ted Collins Tree & Landscape
Attn: Personnel 8000 Victor-Mendon Road
Victor, NY 14564
Call to apply:
Entry Level Technicians/Detailer/Bus Prep Tech
Come for a job…. Stay for a career
Matthews Buses, Inc., New York’s largest omas Built Bus dealer has immediate full-time openings for entry level technicians, detailers, paint & body technician, and a Bus Prep Tech in our Avon facility. Successful candidate must possess:
• Experience with lettering and/or graphics installation is a plus.
• Pro ciency in the cleaning/detailing of automobiles, vans, and buses.
• Fabrication Skills.
• Must have own tools or at least the basics to perform the job.
• Work independently and with a “team.”
• Clean Driving Record.
• Will train the right individual.
Matthews Buses o ers excellent pay and a full bene ts package including health, dental, vision, 401K program with generous company match, paid holidays, and earned paid time o along with sick time.
Qualiﬁed candidates should apply to: Michelle McKernon
NYS Insp. License Is NOT Required
WE OFFER: Competitive hourly wage – NO FLAT RATE! Full-Time, M-F • NO WEEKENDS! Bonuses, Medical/Dental/Vision Ins., 401k Plan, Paid sick/vac/holidays –Uniforms & tools provided.
EMAIL YOUR RESUME TODAY
OR stop by 244-248 W. Main St.; Batavia, NY
Stop multitasking. Psychologists have determined that multitasking can bog down productivity. According to the American Psychological Association, the mind and brain were not designed for heavy-duty multitasking. Individuals think they’re getting more done, but they may not be handling tasks effectively. Instead, focus on one job at a time and only move on once it is completed.
Cook - Full-time, Tuesday-Saturday
Alpine Manor, a small assisted living facility, is seeking a cook. Our cooks prepare home-style meals for our residents. One entree per meal, no special diets.
Medication Aide, 3-11pm Saturday and Sunday
Seeking a caring, reliable Medication Aide. Responsibilities include administering medications and assisting our residents with evening routines.
Please email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (585) 346-5880 to schedule an interview today!
2714 Poplar Hill Road, Lima, NY 14485
“When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” –Alexander Graham Bell
Local Avon, NY Manufacturer accepting applications for
HR Generalist role to include:
• Payroll processing.
• Employee relations.
• Bene ts oversight & administration.
• Recruitment of employees, new employee orientation.
• Employee le maintenance, recordkeeping.
• All general HR functions.
Minimum bachelor’s degree.
Minimum 10 years’ experience in HR.
PTO per company handbook, Paid Recognized Holidays, Elective Bene ts include Medical, Dental, 401K, life insurance. EAP, long & short term disability.
Starting salary: $68,000 - $71,000 based on experience, certi cations, higher education. Plus bene ts.
Apply in person at 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY or email H-R@graymetal.com
$15.00 per/hour + .34 shi di erential
Washes windows, walls, woodwork. Sweeps, vacuums carpets. Mops and washes oors. May shampoo carpets. Gathers and disposes of refuse.
Job Quali cations:
Some knowledge of cleaning methods, materials, and equipment; ability to understand and follow simple oral and written direction; ability to get along well with others; ability to read and write; thoroughness; cleanliness; ability to climb ladders, bend, stoop, li , reach, push, and pull; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
Please contact the Business O ce for an application or apply online at geneseocsd.org
Geneseo Central School District 4050 Avon Road
Geneseo, NY 14454 585-243-3450 x2213
• Requires good data entry skills
• Communicating with customers
• Minimum associate’s degree preferred
• Minimum 5 years’ o ce experience
• Excel & Word document pro cient
Starting pay $16.50/hr, negotiable based on education & experience.
Hours: M-F 8:00am-4:30pm.
PTO per company handbook, Paid Recognized Holidays. Elective Bene ts include: 401K, Medical, Dental, Life Insurance. Eligible for $250 Sign-on Bonus at 90 days employment. EAP, Long and Short Term Disability.
Apply in person at 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY or email H-R@graymetal.com
Expanding Rochester, NY area Automobile Shredder Operation looking for experienced Heavy Equipment Operators and General Laborers. Experience in the Scrap Industry a plus, but not required. Position is full-time plus OT. Reliable transportation a must. Pre-hire background check and drug screening required.
Very competitive wages and beneﬁts including vacation, paid holidays, 401 (k) and health insurance.
Learn more about us at unionscrap.com. Call for an application, apply in person or mail resume to:
Union Scrap Processing, Inc. PO Box 486, 3484 S. Union St., N. Chili, NY 14514
E-mail resume to: email@example.com
Or fax resume/application to: (585) 594-0160
Direct inquires to Diane at: (585) 594-1600
Monday – ursday 5:30PM-2AM and Fridays 3PM-11:30PM.
Bene ts include: $250 sign-on bonus, PTO, paid recognized holidays, 401K, medical, dental, life insurance, EAP, long and short term disability
Hourly Starting Compensation: $16.75-$17.25
Monday-Friday, 40-50 hours per week.
Bene ts include: PTO, paid recognized holidays, 401K, medical, dental, life insurance, EAP, long and short term disability
Starting Salary: $1,100/wk, negotiable based on experience & certi cations. Minimum 5 years’ experience in comprehensive safety management. NYS DOT experience a must. Bachelor’s degree required. Apply at:
Apply in person at 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY or email: H-R@graymetal.com
Apply in person at 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY or email: H-R@graymetal.com
Bene ts include: $250 sign-on bonus, PTO, paid recognized holidays, 401K, medical, dental, life insurance, EAP, long and short term disability.
Monday – ursday 7AM-5:30PM
Monday – Friday 7AM-3:30PM
• M-F 8AM – 4:30PM. A shi , overtime available.
• General manufacturing machinery maintenance.
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in maintenance.
• Eligible for PTO per company handbook.
• Paid recognized holidays.
• Eligible for medical/dental.
• Life insurance & 401K
• Must have basic tools. Uniforms provided.
• Start hourly compensation $22.25 – $23.25 based on experience plus bene ts.
• Sign-on bonus $250 at 90 day review.
Apply in person at 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY or email: H-R@graymetal.com
Apply in person at 495 Rochester St., Avon, NY or email: H-R@graymetal.com
Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District
• Probationary World Language - Secondary Spanish Teacher
• Probationary Occupational Therapist
• Bus Drivers
Hours and pay vary by position. NYS Pension and bene t eligible positions available.
To apply, visit: www.work4h .org
When leaving a job, professionals should always be courteous and considerate toward their current employers.
Looking for 2-3 heavy equipment mechanics to work at our family owned and operated company in East Bethany, NY. Knowledge of hydraulic and electrical systems is helpful but any mechanical experience is of interest. Competitive bene ts including health insurance, life insurance, retirement accounts with company match, paid sick/ vacation days are all available. Pay rates between $20.00 and $30.00 depending on experience. Full-time mechanics preferred but would consider part-time depending on situation.
Please email resumes or request an application at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, call with questions or apply in person
Monday-Friday 8:30AM to 2PM at 585-343-9961
LIBRARY POSITIONS AVAILABLE:
Part-time Library Page, 12-15 hours per week. Applicant should be personable, enjoy working with people of all ages, and have excellent written, verbal, & computer skills. Needs to be able to stand for long periods, to reach and bend. Must have ﬂexible schedule, readiness to work evenings and weekends.
Applications availableatDansvillePublicLibrary's maindesk andonline:dansvillelibrary.org;returntotheattentionofLibrary Director,DansvillePublicLibrary,200MainSt.,Dansvilleor email@example.comMarch31,2023.
Genesee Community College has an opening for a full-time Campus Center Associate, Orleans County who assists the Director of Operations with the campus center functions as they relate to student and faculty support, customer service, student activities, academic advising and other functions related to the general operations of a campus center. Must be available to work a exible schedule that includes days, evenings, and/or weekend hours. Associate’s degree and a minimum of one year of working in a clerical and/or customer service related role is required. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in Higher Education. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is lled. For more details and to apply, visit www.genesee.edu/employment/
Please include a cover letter, resume, and contact information for four references.
GCC is an A rmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, sta , and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.STRANGE
* Boeing uses potatoes to test their in-ﬂight Wi-Fi, as they reﬂect and absorb the signals in a fashion similar to humans. The process is called Synthetic Personnel Using Dialectic Substitution, or SPUDS.
Retirement can seem like it will never come for young professionals. But time can be a sieve, and retirement age can arrive in the blink of an eye. Young adults who have not planned accordingly for retirement can ﬁnd themselves in ﬁnancial straits at a point in their lives when they want to kick back and enjoy themselves. Financial experts from Money, CNN and The Motley Fool advise that ﬁnancially solvent people should begin saving aggressively for their retirements early on. Ideally people should start saving in their 20s when they ﬁrst leave school and begin their careers. The sooner one saves, the more time money has to grow. Vanguard says that the person who saves $4,500 per year over a career spanning 45 years can reach a goal of having more than $1 million in savings by the time he or she retires. Compounding interest and investment matches from employers can further secure professionals’ ﬁnancial futures.
Ingredients Plus (formerly Sweeteners Plus), headquartered in Lakeville, NY, is seeking candidates to ﬁll the following open position:
Fleet Mechanic – 2nd Shift
(Days and Hours Flexible)
Experience preferred but willing to train the right candidate!
$$ Signing Bonus $5,000 $$
We offer a competitive compensation and beneﬁts package!
All candidates must be at least 18 years old & be able to pass pre-employment screenings.
If interested, please apply at: https://www.sweetenersplus.com/careers
Ingredients Plus provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state, local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment.
We are looking to sta our Dock & Yard Crews!
Boat Detailer/Cleaner – 1 full-time seasonal position available. Can be labor intensive. Responsibilities include cleaning boats as they come out of storage, detailing new boats, assisting at dock.
Position to start April 1
Boat Mover/Yard Crew – 2 full-time seasonal positions available. Responsibilities include picking up & taking boats to storage. Launching and hauling boats from lake. Assisting where needed. MUST have trailering experience! Boat operation not required but is a plus!
Position to start April 1
Dock Crew – 2-5 seasonal positions available. Responsibilities include pumping gas, assisting slip customers, cleaning boats, helping with boat rentals. Must be at least 16 years of age with reliable transportation. Position to start Mid April.
Call 585-346-2060 and ask for Lara or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
“A Christian Child Care Center”
Are you seeking a career with meaning and not a “job?”
Early Childhood careers are available at Annie’s Ark!
• Dedicated sta with intuition about children’s needs/development
• Desire to uphold and teach Christian principles
• Caregiving requires education and knowledge of DAP
• Capability to lead a classroom and facilitate creativity
• Stamina, exiblity and commi ment a must
• Full and part-time positions available Mon.-Fri. between the hours of 7am-5pm
Submit a resume w/explanation of why you want a career in early childhood and how you will foster a Christian atmosphere in the workplace to: arko email@example.com.
Geneseo United Methodist Church is in search of someone able to manage its online, audio and video ministries. is person will be responsible for the A/V tech for all Sunday morning worship services (online and in person) as well as special services.
Minimum quali cations include the ability to operate and maintain Microsoft Windows, livestreaming and recording/editing software, experience in operating video equipment, ability to troubleshoot A/V equipment issues as well as good organizational and communication skills.
e position would require up to 8-10 hours per week, with an average of 32-40 hours per month. e hourly wage would be commensurate with ability and experience.
Information and application can be obtained at the Church O ce 4520 Genesee St., Geneseo, NY, by calling 585-243-3160 or by emailing o ce@GeneseoMethodist.org
Stress affects people from all walks of life, and the causes of stress are as varied as the people it afﬂicts.
In its 2017 Stress in AmericaTM survey, the American Psychological Association found that the three most common sources of stress were the futureofthenation(63percent),money(62percent)andwork(61percent). According to the National Institute of Mental Health, routine stress that becomes chronic can result in a host of negative side effects. Such stress can suppress the immune system, disrupt digestion and have an adverse effect on sleep. But men and women who feel stressed at the end of each day need not resign themselves to sleepless nights and/or weakened immunesystems.Aproactiveapproachtoalleviatingstressduringtheday canhelpmenandwomenreducetheirstresslevelsandavoidthenegative side effects associated with chronic stress.
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• Welder/Fabricators • Youth Care Professionals
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TOWNOFGROVELAND/Geneseo School Dist.,2Bedroom+Office,2 FullBaths,NaturalGasHeat/Central Air;2CarGaragewithColdStorage Space;YardMaintenance/SnowRemovalIncluded;NOPetsorSmokers; $1700/MonthRent;SecurityDeposit andReferencesRequired; 585-734-3264
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Congratulations to Harlee, Hailey, Katelynn and Linsey on receiving your CNA certiﬁcation!
Full-time WITH health insurance rate range:
CNAs: $22.45 to $25.66
LPNs: $24.64 to $28.41
RN: $33.38 to $38.45
RN Charge: $35.83 to $41.22
Coming soon… FREE CNA Class
e Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation is o ering this paid training to become a CNA.
Full-time WITHOUT health insurance rate range:
CNAs: $27.70 to $30.91
LPN: $30.89 to $34.66
RN: $40.63 to $45.70
Charge RN: $43.08 to $48.4
Part-Time Activities Aide CALL ABOUT RATES!
• Additional shift di erential pay
To apply, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text (585) 322-2950 (EEO/AAE)
LIVINGSTON COUNTY CENTER FOR NURSING AND REHABILITATION MT. MORRIS, N.Y.
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