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your Hometown connection October 22, 2021 | MONROE EAST | 866.812.8111 | GVPENNYSAVER.COM

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Active Living 50+ ____________________22

WEST HENRIETTA: 3 Fieldstone La. 14586 (Riverton) October 22th, 23th, 24th and October 29th, 30th, 31st (9AM-3PM) Garage/Estate Sale. Collectibles, tools, electronics, bikes, jewelry, linens, holiday items, rugs, photography, art, frames, vintage items, trains, pottery, fishing, toys, dishes, clothes, books, furniture, motorcycle parts. ALL MUST GO!

Automotive _____________________8

Body & Mind _____________________11

Classifieds ____________________29

Fair Housing Statement

Employment ____________________26

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

Garage Sales _____________________2

Give & Take ____________________13

Home Services ____________________15

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

Hometown Events ____________________20


Kidz Korner _____________________4

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Passages ____________________25

Fall brings an abundance of homegrown produce! Pet Place ____________________10

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Puzzle Answers ____________________25

CLOSING FOR THE SEASON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH AT 5:00PM • Fresh pressed grape juice • 4 varieties of grapes: Concord, Niagara, Sheridans & Catawba • Local veggies – cauliflower, fall squash, potatoes, onions, brussels sprouts • Lg. selection of Finger Lakes tees, sweatshirts & hoodies! • Apples: Honey Crisp, Idared, Macs, Empire, Crispin, Cortland, Macouns. Snap Dragons and also delicious pears. • Fresh pressed apple cider with our delicious donuts • Pumpkins, gourds, straw bales & more!

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Zero not Hero? For shame! You should be ashamed of yourself, calling hospital and medical workers "zeroes." They have worked countless hours from the very beginning, sacrificing their time with friends, their families, and their own safety without the vaccine. They deserve the same inherent rights as you do, including the right to decide what is best for themselves and their families. Are you aware that even if you are vaccinated, you can still pass the virus on to that child you mentioned? Before you point fingers, why don't you consider that you could just as easily pass it on to someone else? How dare you think you have the right to call out these incredible people who worked throughout this entire pandemic? They need and deserve our support! Instead of telling people to quit and retire from careers they love, why don't you move to someplace [where] they would appreciate your willingness to take away people's rights to their bodies...?

S E V RA Wren lesson congratulations! Thank you and congratulations to the person who was corrected about the nesting habits of wrens. So many today take umbrage and become angry at anyone who doesn't totally agree with them or who finds fault with them. This person's gracious response lightened my day almost as much as watching those creatures who inhabit our environment with us. Thank you, Dr. Krisy, and staff "It's another trip to York Veterinary Clinic for me. I have been paralyzed since January, but now, I am back to 95% walking and running! Dr. Krisy and staff (and my mom) are awseome! Thanks to therapy from Dr. Krisy, I can walk with just a little limp, and I can scratch my ears now with help from mom or dad. At the vet, Dr. Krissy and each tech and staff member called me by name. Their love and kindness made me wag my tail. My mom and I don't have enough words to say thank you for an awesome job. God bless you and keep up the good work! “ - Symon Wren update If you can bear to read one last comment about the birds in the Penny Saver tube: I decided the birds weren't actually going to use the nest, so I removed the twigs and discovered, tucked into the back corner, the sweetest little nest, all woven with fine twigs and feathers. It was, to my mind, a perfect nest but a terrible location (roadside). I hope the lady wren found as nice a nest somewhere to her liking. Livonia Library Book Sale I would like to thank everyone involved in the Livonia Library Book Sale! It was fabulous! Thank you to the beautiful lady who helped carry my purchases to my car. Your sale made my day. The Livonia Library rocks! - Mary

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RN Zero This is all you need to know. "Evidence suggests the U.S. COVID-19 vaccination program has substantially reduced the burden of disease in the United States by preventing serious illness in fully vaccinated people and interrupting chains of transmission." - CDC. You need a refresher course. Immunity is your own body? No medical professional should put any patient at risk with anything in any way. Thank God you are retired, or I would say to get out of this profession! I know many people who don't want a nurse like you taking care of them, especially with your attitude. Coaching Kids I understand all volunteers are working so hard to give our children wonderful experiences. However, if you sign up for that position, please really want to do it and invest in it. A couple weekends ago, an organization came to our school for a game, and it seemed like there was no adult coach for the juniors team around anywhere. A couple young girls were running the squad. I overheard what sounded just like bullying from the one child helper to another girl in the squad, instead of coaching. The coach was nowhere to be found to intervene. Young girls aren’t ready to be coaches of other young girls yet. They need an adult around. Coach the older girls to be helpers and make sure the young ones are learning but also not being bullied or hurt. Let’s help them to feel safe and want to come back and learn again next year.


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Don’t just replace but upgrade your headlight bulbs. Bulbs that have started to dim need to be repla ced, but auto enthusiasts or maintenance-savvy drivers know they can upgrade their bulbs w hen replacing them. Indu stry experts recommend replacing headlamp bulbs every tw o years, and replacing them in pairs to make sure the vehicle’s lighting is equally balanced. But rather than sticking w ith the bulbs provided by the car maker, look for a bulb that makes it easier to see at night and during hazardous conditions. These headlights put more light on the road, helping to make up for poor w eather, dimly lit roads, aging headlights, and even the loss of n ight vision many drivers experience as they age. Capable of providing up to 100 percent more light than the stan dard halogen bulbs found on the majority of vehicles today, special headlights create a better beam patte rn that is dramatically longer than the standard bulbs, vastly improving driver vision and safety. PREPARE VEHICLES FOR HARSH WEATHER Visibility is key in hazardous weather conditions, and keeping the windshield clean is a priority. This means ensuring there is enough windshield wiper fluid in the car and that it is a product that will not freeze. Wiper blades can freeze and crack in the winter. Older blades may be more susceptible to damage. It’s a worthy investment to replace existing wiper blades at the start of each winter. When vehicles are parked, pull the wipers off of the windshield to safeguard them from sticking and cracking.

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Senior Options For Independence, EngAge NNORC and Perinton Community Center present

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˝A SENIOR EXPERIENCE˝ Zoe is a 4 year old Coton de Tulear who has a very friendly, outgoing†personality. She loves to take walks through her Corfu neighborhood, visiting all her furry friends. She can never pass a person who is outside without walking up to them and getting a little love and attention. Zoe thinks all people are on the earth for her. Sitting on the back of the couch is Zoe’s favorite place to be. This way she can watch everything that is happening right outside her home.

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FBH Caring Ministries Foundation/SOFI 4646 Nine Mile Point Road, Fairport, NY 14450 EngAge NNORC through the Senior Options for Independence (SOFI) program helps individuals 60 and older aging in their own homes coordinate appropriate services, benefits and entitlements. We are able to provide individual healthcare consultation to manage chronic conditions, respond to acute episodes and facilitate access to the healthcare system. This project is supported by funding from the New York State Office for the Aging. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the grantee and do not necessarily represent the official view of the New York State Office for the Aging.

Black cats are symbolic of Halloween. Black cats appear in decorations as well as Halloween folklore. Many cultures harbor superstitions about black cats - feeling they represent either good or bad luck.

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Choosing Not to Treat Prostate Cancer ---

DEAR DR. ROACH: Every year, I used to get a physical, which included a prostate exam as well as blood tests with PSA. When my doctor retired, I had a hard time finding a new one I liked. It has been three or four years since my prostate was checked, but my new doctor doesn’t do the prostate exams (I am 63). He says that recent studies do not recommend them, and I have seen news reports about the unreliability of the PSA test. How do you find out if you have prostate cancer if you don’t look for it? My brother-in-law found out he had it at 52, and it was successfully treated. I don’t really want to wait until I am showing symptoms, and there is no history in my direct family. What do you think about this? -- T.D. ANSWER: Prostate cancer isn’t really one disease. It can be very aggressive -- both with local invasion and spreading to bones quickly -- but it also can be very indolent, hardly growing at all over years. Yearly prostate cancer screening with PSA is more likely to find the slower-growing cancers, since they are around for a long time. The goal of screening is to find aggressive cancers, the fast-growing ones that can go from undetectable to too-late-to-do-anything-about in a very short time. But a downside is that screening may lead to unnecessary treatment of the more-indolent cancers, most of which can be carefully monitored and will not need surgery or radiation, at least not for years. If a man elects to undergo prostate cancer screening, he should understand the benefits (finding prostate cancer early enough it can be cured) and the risks (treatment for prostate cancer causes complications frequently; these can include incontinence and loss of sexual function). Not treating low-risk prostate cancer reduces the risks. Low-risk prostate cancer is defined by a PSA below 10, a very small or non-detectable tumor by palpation or imaging and a low Gleason score, which is based on how the tissue looks to the pathologist. Six or less is low risk. Most men in this situation do not need immediate treatment. Some men have difficulty NOT treating cancer, but treatment does not appear to improve the already good prognosis. Choosing not to treat is hard for some men.

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RISK FACTORS FOR BREAST CANCER Having breast tissue that is dense on a mammogram is a factor in breast cancer risk. The level of risk depends on how dense the breast tissue is. Women with very dense breasts have a higher risk of breast cancer than women with low breast density. Increased breast density is often an inherited trait, but it may also occur in women who have not had children, have a first pregnancy late in life, take postmenopausal hormones, or drink alcohol.

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PRESSURE TREATED ABOVE GROUND POOL DECK. You pick up, Webster/Penfield area: 585-671-3547 JOHN DEERE LAWN MOWER needs repair and a 36” ALUMINUM STORM DOOR w/screen, good condition: 585-469-2721 GIRLS WINTER COAT, brown. For about a 12 to14 year old. You pick up, 585-229-2186

Two seniors looking for a good 6-7’ ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE. Livingston County: 585-447-2176 HO SCALE TRAINS, TRACKS, HOUSE, and anything else for a model train set up for retired grandfather: 585-883-5334 OLD COOKBOOKS in the Cohocton area: Call 585-447-0087 or leave message

7’ ARTIFICIAL CHRISTMAS TREE with long needles and tips of tree are frosted. Lights need checking. You pick up, Churchville: 585-293-7410

BLACK SMITH FORGE and TOOLS. Books as well on the subject and any related items. Thank you:

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TERRA COTTA and CERAMIC FLOWERPOTS and SAUCERS. Various sizes. You pick up: 585-624-7869 Four MERV13 FURNACE FILTERS 20”x20”x1”: 585-851-9129

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SCRAP METAL. Rolls of old fence wire, washer, welder, mowers and more. You pick up, Hemlock: 585-367-8424 VINTAGE (1960s) tabletop push-rod Tudor Deluxe Hockey Game. Missing two of twelve players. Fair condition. Unused for years. Fairport: One MOUNTED WHEEL, Dean Quasar Plus M&S 175/65/14 from Ford Focus. Fairport: 585-421-3681 SERTA PERFECT SLEEPER QUEEN-SIZED SPLIT MATTRESS SUPPORT. No mattress. Excellent condition. You pick up: HEAVY DUTY STEEL EQUIPMENT STAND, 38” high. LEG LEVELERS. Top mount surface 24”x26”. Formerly supported radial arm saw. Fairport: New BASKETMAKING SUPPLIES and INSTRUCTIONS. You pick up, Webster: 585-787-2926 (leave phone number & message) ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, complete 15th edition, excellent condition: 585-671-9639 (leave message) CAST IRON WOOD-BURNING FIREPLACE INSERT with adjustable rack for grilling, 24”x15”x20”. Good condition: SUCCESS MAGAZINES, April 2014 to July 2017. New condition except for dogeared pages. Includes unused audio CDs. You pick up: MARSHALL & WENDELL BABY GRAND PIANO. Broken string. You pick up: HAM RADIO MAGAZINES, 9 The Lowdown magazines 1994/1995 covering the “LowFER” bands 2200 meters to 1750 meters and NDBs: UNSPLIT PINE FIREWOOD, BLACK WALNUTS, ARCHERY MAGAZINES. Batavia: 585-343-4603 ARMOIRE for organizing and tidying up, there is plenty of storage in this piece. Dimensions 75”H x 41”W x 20”D: GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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Keep Halloween Candy Away From Pets DEAR PAW’S CORNER: Halloween is upon us again, and while the tricks and treats are fun for kids, they can be dangerous for our pets. Please remind your readers that the candies and chocolates in a trick-or-treat bag or sitting by the door are hazardous because many of the ingredients are toxic to dogs and cats. -- Cheryl T., Lansing, Michigan

DID YOU KNOW? A landmark study conducted by researchers in the United Kingdom discovered a notable link between low to moderate alcohol consumption and breast cancer risk. According to the Million Women Study, every 10 grams (roughly 0.35 ounces) of alcohol a woman consumed per day was associated with a 12 percent increase in her risk for breast cancer. The Million Women Study focused on various areas of women’s health but included 28,000 women who had breast cancer. In addition, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism notes that more than 100 epidemiologic studies have examined a potential association between alcohol consumption and the risk for breast cancer, consistently finding that risk for the disease increases as alcohol intake increases.

HOW TO HOST A SOCIALLY DISTANT TRUNK-OR-TREAT • Host the event in a big parking lot. Make sure cars are at least six feet apart, and ideally even further apart so families can comfortably maintain their distance from one another. • Limit participants. If the event is in your neighborhood, residents can organize separate events on a streetby-street basis. If the event will be in a large parking lot, encourage parents to sign up early and let them know only a limited number of cars will be allowed. • Create an age-specific schedule. Halloween 2020 is on a Saturday, so trunk-or-treat organizers can stagger the times kids are out and about throughout the day. • Encourage all participants to wear masks. Traditional Halloween masks typically have holes for people’s noses, mouths and eyes, so they won’t be effective. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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DEAR CHERYL: You’re absolutely right! Dogs especially are at risk from ingesting Halloween candy, but any pet in the house can be at risk from not just these foods but some popular decorations as well. Chocolate is toxic to dogs. Sugar-free candies can be toxic as well, especially if they contain xylitol. Keep all candy, chocolate and gum out of pets’ reach during the festivities. Afterward, store leftover candy up out of their reach. Make sure children don’t hide bags of candy where a pet can get at them, such as under the bed. Help them find a location that they can access but the dog can’t. Decorations may be a hazard as well, not just to your pets but to wildlife. That stretchy material used to create fake spiderwebs outdoors can trap birds and insects. Cats may ingest the strands if they are fascinated with the texture. Avoid burning real candles as they may get knocked over by a pet. If your pet does get into the candy bowl or eats a decoration, contact the veterinarian right away. They’ll advise you whether to bring your pet in right away for treatment, or to watch for signs of illness (such as constant drooling, vomiting, lethargy or changes in personality).

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Penfield Public Library: “Health Care Navigator Session”: Tuesday, November 2 | 5-8 PM | For Adults | Registration Required “Preschool Crafts”: Wednesdays, Now-December 15 | 11:30-Noon | For Kids | Registration Required “After-School Book Bites”: Wednesday, November 3 | 4:30-5 PM | For Kids | Registration Required “Reading and Robots”: Sunday, November 7 | 2-3 PM | For Kids | Registration Required “Mama Goose on the Loose”: Thursday, November 11 | 10:30-11 AM | For Kids | Registration Required “Tween Makers”: Thursday, November 11 | 4:15-5 PM | For Tweens | Registration Required

East Rochester Public Library 317 Main St., East Rochester, NY 14445 (585) 586-8302 Mon.-Thurs. 9:30am-7pm Fri. 9:30am-5pm; Sat 10am-2pm Sun. Closed. ERPL Book Nook: Mon.11am-1pm; Wed. 11am-1pm; Sat. 11am-1pm

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FAIRPORT Perinton Historical Society Virtual House Tour of six Perinton properties. The tour will be available only to its members for the month of October. Anyone is welcome to join the PHS. Membership information can be found at Home (perintonhistoricalsociety. org) or visit the Fairport Historical Museum at 18 Perrin St., Fairport. Membership starts as low as $20 for an individual. PHS membership includes access to the tour via an online link to be e-mailed in September plus the Histogram Newsletter and more. For members without online access, the tour will be shown at the Fairport Historical Museum, 18 Perrin St., Fairport, Tuesday, October 19, 7pm, and Sunday, October 24, 2pm.

Pittsford Community Library 24 State St., Pittsford (585) 248-6275 Mon. & Wed.; 10am-7pm Tues., Thurs., Fri.; 10am-5pm Sat: 10am-1pm; Sun. Closed

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Here’s what’s happening at your local library… DID YOU KNOW? According to the Lupus Foundation of America, 90 percent of people living with lupus are women. Most women who develop lupus do so between the ages of 15 and 44. Lupus is an autoimmune disease, which means that it causes the immune system to attack healthy cells and tissues by mistake. The LFA reports that one-third of lupus patients suffer from multiple autoimmune diseases. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

East Rochester Public Library: The Friends of the East Rochester Public Library Present their Fall 2021 Bring Your Own Bag Book Sale. On Saturday, October 30th, from 10am - 1pm we’ll have a book sale for families and pumpkin painting for the kids of East Rochester! Make sure your kids wear something you don’t mind them getting messy in. We have paint, brushes, pumpkins, and some sweet treats! And while the kids paint, we’ll also have a book sale for adults to buy from our Friends group!!! This event is free and open to the public. No registration required. Event will be held on the first floor of the Eyer Building across from the Library in the community room.

Perinton Historical Society Yuletide Donations Needed - Perinton Historical Society is looking for gift cards and gift baskets for it 2021 Yuletide fundraising event. Baskets of all sorts and sizes are appreciated as well as gift cards to be used in your business. Our silent auction will take place November 16th through December 7th. Please use this registration form YT2021FlyerRegistration.pdf ( and donations need to be received by Saturday November 13th. For more information, please see Fundraising (

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HENRIETTA American Sewing Guild Brighton/Henrietta - Love to sew and quilt or interested in learning? The American Sewing Guild, is a national non-profit organization devoted to the love, art, and education of sewing. We are non-profit and are committed to community service sewing projects too. Visit Our Brighton/ Henrietta Neighborhood Group meets on the first Tuesday evening of the month at the Henrietta Town Hall, 475 Calkins Rd., Henrietta at 6:30pm. Find us at www. and on Facebook: ASG - Rochester, NY. Please drop in, we welcome new members. Contact: Patti Zeiner 585-490-8203, pestevenson@ or Judy Achzet 585-738-8908, tomatocan2@me. com.

HONEOYE FALLS The Honeoye Falls/Town of Mendon Historical Society - Will present a program featuring Gary Newman, Freelance Historian - Entitled ”My Father’s Story In WWII” on Thursday, November 4, 7:30pm at The Mendon Community Center, 167 North Main St., Honeoye Falls. Questions? Call 624-5655.

ONTARIO Home For the Holidays Bazaar The North Ontario United Methodist Church (otherwise known as “The Brick Church”) will be hosting a Home For the Holidays Bazaar on Friday, November 12th from 9am3pm and Saturday, November 13th from 9am-3pm at 7200 Ontario Center Road in Ontario. We will be serving Take Out lunch only on both days from 11am-1:30pm and sharing many delicious baked goods, crafts and “Next to New” treasures to share with everyone that stops by for a visit. We look forward to seeing you there! Masks are Required. Http://www.noumc. com

PERINTON Perinton Recreation Art Show & Sale - The Perinton Art Group is having a Perinton Recreation Art Show & Sale. Held November 5-20 from 6:30-7:30pm at the Perinton Community Center, 1350 Turk Hill Road, Fairport.

ROCHESTER Annual Fall Roast Beef Supper Fundraiser - The First Presbyterian Church of Chili, at 3600 Chili Avenue, invites the community to their Annual Fall Roast Beef Supper fundraiser on Saturday, November 6th. Drive thru TAKE OUT ONLY 4pm until sold out. Generous portions for only $14. For more information, call 585-889-9896 or check out our website at http://

...I cannot endure to waste anything so precious as autumnal sunshine by staying in the house. So I have spent almost all the daylight hours in the open air. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne, 10th October 1842 RTOS November Theater Organ Concert - The Rochester Theater Organ Society proudly presents our next theater organ concert on Sunday, November 14th at 2:30 PM at the Auditorium Theatre. Awardwinning organist Donnie Rankin will entertain on the RTOS-Grierson Wurlitzer 423 theater pipe organ. Admission for NON-members is $15 per person. Children 12 and under, and students with school ID are free. The doors open at 1:45 PM. Proof of Vaccination, photo ID, properly worn mask, and social distancing are required. General admission seating. Accessible for people with disabilities. For more information, visit the RTOS website at or call the RTOS Concert & Information Line at 585-234-2295.

A variation of bobbing for apples is to tie apples from strings and suspend them from a clothesline or a horizontal beam, as the ancient Celts once did. Participants try to grab the apples using only their mouths.

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Volunteers… We Need Your Help! RUSH The New York Museum of Transportation, in Rush, will reopen with a new schedule of events and trolley rides. NOTE: In order to abide by COVID-19 regulations, attendance on trolley ride days and special event days is restricted and reservations are required. For the safety of our visitors and staff, masks are required in the museum and on the ride. The full museum COVID-19 Procedure Statement can be found on the museum website. The museum is open Sundays only 11-4pm. 6393 East River Road, West Henrietta. For info. and cost: www., 585-533-1113.. Tracking Fall Foliage by Trolley A great way for families to enjoy the colors of an upstate autumn is from the windows of a vintage electric trolley car at the New York Museum of Transportation in Rush, NY. Rides operate Sundays only, October 31 and are included free with admission to the museum. The 20-minute rides depart at 11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30. The museum is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations are required: www., 585-533-1113.

WEBSTER Webster Masonic Lodge Spaghetti Dinner - Cancelled: The November 5, 2021 Spaghetti Dinner at the Webster Masonic Lodge is Cancelled. Henderson Ford’s 11th Annual Toy Drive Benefiting Rochester Families - The dealership and collection partners will be accepting donated toys for the annual US Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots campaign. New, unwrapped toy donations can be dropped off at any of the locations listed below, throughout the month of November. Enter any address into your GPS to deliver Christmas magic: Henderson Ford (810 Ridge Road, Webster), Dancing with Denise (1077 Gravel Road, Webster), Edge Advertising Group (Box Factory, 6 N. Main St., Fairport), OMEROS, (585-737-9666; mPiccone@, Steinmiller Insurance (1223 Bay Road, Webster), The UPS Store (1900 Empire Blvd., Webster), Webster Chamber Health Insurance Enrollment Service (1110 Crosspointe Ln, Suite C, Webster), Kids First Childcare Inc. (1101 Clover St, Rochester and 1676 Empire Blvd, Webster).

STRANGE BUT TRUE By Lucie Winborne * Overdo it on the garlic or onions and need to freshen your breath? Try roasted coffee beans instead of gum or mints. Israeli scientists have found that coffee can inhibit the bacteria that leads to bad breath, but if you prefer drinking it to chewing, you’ll do best to take it black. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

Harvest/Roast Pork Dinner Cottreall-Warner American Legion Auxiliary will host their annual Harvest/Roast Port Dinner Saturday, October 30th from 5:00pm till sold out at their Post Home, 818 Ridge Road/ corner of Five Mile Line, Webster. $14/adult, $6 for children 12 & under. Enjoy pork loin, homemade applesauce, parmesan potatoes, green beans, squash, red cabbage, rolls & choice of dessert. Take outs available. Purchase tickets night of dinner only. Proceeds will benefit veterans, military, their families and the Webster community.

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Gateway House The mission of Gateway House is to provide comfort care for our residents and to be a source of respite care for their families. Care is provided around the clock, along with meals, laundry, companionship, and emotional and spiritual support. There is no cost to the families, nor do we receive any reimbursement from insurance companies, Medicare, or Medicaid. We are funded solely by donations, fundraising, grants, bequests, memorial contributions and through the generosity of our community. Would your nonprofit organization like to be our Nonprot of the Month? There is no cost. Email with your information!


• Alzheimer’s Association: Be a part of our planning committees! Email Julie DeMersman at or call (585) 257-4476.

By JoAnn Derson * “Need a new look for a favorite sweater? Change out your buttons. It’s such a small thing, but makes a big change in look!” -- E.L. in Massachusetts

• Aurora House of Western Monroe County, Comfort Care Home, Aurora House offers end of life care to people in the last weeks and months of their lives. Call (585) 617-4863 or email

* Instead of using costly brass polish, try a little lemon juice and salt. Another brass polish you probably have right now is ketchup. Apply a thin layer and buff off with a soft rag. * Experts say to always crack your egg on a flat surface, rather than using the edge of a counter or bowl. More egg-tastic advice is to crack eggs into a small bowl instead of directly into ingredients. If you have a sneaky “bad egg” in your dozen, it’s better to find out before you ruin your baking. * “I love to search for recipes online, and I have learned to pay attention to the comments section. You’ll find a lot of explanation and frequently a tweak that many people have found successful. Comments have saved me from oversalting a dish, as well as making necessary adjustments in temperature and cooking time. I have found complicated techniques broken down in ways that were helpful. It pays to check out the comments!” -- W.G. in Missouri * Attention salad eaters: Got a thick dressing that’s high in fat? Rinse lettuce before dressing your salad. Wet or moist lettuce traps less dressing. If your dressing is light, give salad greens an extra spin. Drier lettuce holds on to dressing, making lightly dressed salad more flavorful.

• Crossroads House is looking for volunteers for Resident Care, Fundraising Support, Building and Grounds Maintenance, Office Assistance and a variety of other support roles. Email: • Finger Lakes Thoroughbred Adoption Program (FLTAP): We are in need of basic barn help for the horses, especially on Saturdays and Sundays. Mostly cleaning stalls and basic grooming (no experience necessary). Email or call (585) 478-4664. • Generation Two: Volunteers needed to play with children in kindergarten to 2nd grade in select Monroe County schools in the fall. Training provided. Commitment of 1 day per week for 3 hours. Visit our website to learn about our program at Call Mary Terwilliger, Director of Community Engagement at (585) 613-2590 or email • Genesee County 4-H Program, 4-H Teen Club Leader: Coordinate monthly meetings and projects for youth age 13-18. Call (585) 343-3040 or email • Girl Scouts of Western NY: The Avon-Caledonia area is looking for volunteers for troops Daisy, Brownie, and Juniors. Training and many resources provided. Contact Jeanne at (585) 226-6434 or by email at • Give-a-Lift at Lifespan is seeking volunteer drivers to provide independence and safety for our older neighbors who are no longer able to drive. Rides are given to medical appointments and other necessary supplemental insurances are provided free of charge. If you have a couple of hours a week, or even a couple of hours a month, contact us by phone at (585) 244-8400 or email at • Sent by Ravens Food Pantry would like help with food pick ups, food deliveries, stocking shelves, clothing closet organization, toy room organization, and website assistance! Pantry is open on Saturday from 9-11 a.m. Please call (585) 481-5942. • The Little Free Pantry could use your help in our fight against food insecurity in our neighborhoods! Once again, we have planted a community garden to grow farm fresh produce for the Little Free Pantry in Batavia this summer. Thanks to the generosity of Tom Ryan of Ryan’s Rose Organic Farm and Blue Pearl Yoga, we have a plot the size of a football field to grow nutritious veggies to help ease food insecurity in our neighborhoods. To register to volunteer, and for more information visit • UR Medicine Home Care/Meals On Wheels: Help us deliver meals in Monroe County. Meals are delivered Monday-Friday between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Call (585) 274-4385.

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SENIOR NEWS By Matilda Charles

Turkey or Ham? What is Thanksgiving going to look like this year? That’s a big question, and many of us don’t have the answers yet. Part of it depends on whether we’re still the ones cooking the turkey or whether that particular baton was passed years ago. Part of it depends on whether we’re close enough to relatives that they can drive over or whether somebody would be required to board a plane. Part of it depends on whether anyone present has a pre-existing condition that would make getting COVID especially risky. I’ve done an informal poll of those around me and scattered across the country. One person has flatly stated that his family will all be present with the triple garage turned into a big dining room. Another said it will be a repeat of last year with everyone in their own home with online meeting software running during dinner. Another is delivering a turkey dinner to her mother. Yet another is taking his parents out to a fancy buffet. Some say it all depends on whether everyone in the group has been vaccinated. Some don’t want to take the shot. Many refuse to be around those who didn’t take the shot. A few are leery of small children who aren’t eligible for the shot, but who are in school with others whose parents might or might not have gotten vaccinated. Or maybe there’s a teen who’s been released from home prison, as they’re calling it, and might or might not have been socially distancing from pals or wearing a mask, which might or might not work anyway. Then there’s the wee matter of breathing used air on planes and whether we’re sitting next to someone who sneaks off his mask when the stewardesses aren’t looking. It gets complicated, this business of calculating how to handle Thanksgiving. The biggest debate used to be: turkey or ham? (c) 2021 King Features Synd., Inc.

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D id You Know ? If you have psoriasis, an autoimmune skin condition marked by red, flaky patches on the body, you also could be at risk for a certain type of arthritis. Psoriatic arthritis, w hich causes stiffness, sw elling and pain in and around the joints, affects up to 30 percent of people w ith psoriasis, says the National Psoriasis Foundation. W hile psoriatic arthritis can develop at any time, it is most common in people betw een the ages of 30 and 50. This type of arthritis can develop slow ly or come on quickly and be severe. Just like psoriasis itself, psoriatic arthritis tends to go through periods of flare-up and remission. Typically, the skin condition precedes the joint disease in 85 percent of patients. Keep in mind that a severe case of psoriasis w ill not necessarly translate into a severe case of arthritis. Psoriatic arthritis may be treated like other forms of arthritis. Doctors may prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs, antirheumatic drugs, exercise, and complementary therapies.Those w ho have psoriasis and have begun to experience joint pain and stiffness should talk to a doctor about potential therapies.

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Encountering the Unexplained with Monroe County Paranormal Investigations BY AMANDA DUDEK


ctober is certainly the season for scary. The rustling of fallen leaves, darkening days, chilly breezes, and a myriad of shadows make the perfect backdrop for spinetingling sounds and half-seen apparitions. While many of us react to the eerie and unexplained like Shaggy and Scooby disappearing down an epically long hallway, Monroe County Paranormal Investigations’ Robert Pistilli and Brian Cardilli, along with their team, put themselves squarely in its path. Monroe County Paranormal Investigations (MCPI) was founded in 2002 by Robert Pistilli. Drawn into the study of near-death experience and cryptozoology by his own life experiences, Pistilli joined Western New York Paranormal (WNYP), now disbanded, and was “hooked” after his first investigation. “I loved the idea of helping people in this way,” he explained. As demand for WNYP’s help increased, Pistilli decided to create his own group, and MCPI was born. A few years later in 2007, Brian Cardilli joined his team. “I was always interested in the subject,” said Cardilli. “As a kid, I was always getting out books from the library on ghosts, and I watched a lot of ghost shows. I wondered if there was a paranormal group in the Rochester area. There were actually quite a few, and MCPI looked the most credible. One email and an interview at Tim Horton’s later, I was part of the team.” Although fascinated with the paranormal, what Pistilli and Cardilli both enjoy most about MCPI is helping those who reach out. “What we do is a service to the community and is always free of charge,” shared Pistilli. “Homeowners call us, usually saying something like, ‘This is going to sound crazy, but…’” To date, MCPI has investigated over 1,000 private homes, not to mention numerous other locations of note. Upon receiving a call, MCPI asks additional questions such as when the activity started, how frequently it occurs, discernible patterns, number of people in the home, home history, etc. as well as conducting their own research of the property. “If there are children in the home, it is moved right to the top of our list,” said Pistilli. “We want to help people feel safe in their homes.”

“Brian was counting, “Two, four, six…” and a whispered voice said, ‘Seven!’”

Cardilli warns that this is about helping others, not excitement. “If you are thinking about getting into paranormal investigations for thrill seeking, don’t,” he said. “You have to be patient and vigilant. There are many times when we go into a home and stay for hours, but nothing happens.” - ROB PISTILLI, MCPI FOUNDER

“Or we are there for hours because things never stop happening!” Pistilli interjected. Nevertheless, both agree that paranormal investigation requires many tedious hours reviewing video, sound, and other recordings. Equipment used includes video cameras, digital voice recorders, pendulums, EMF recorders, digital thermometers, still photos, night vision, and dowsing rods. However, the best tools, said Pistilli, are the investigators themselves. In fact, Pistilli and Cardilli recall many unexplained phenomena they personally witnessed. They have investigated phenomena from Rochester to Buffalo and across the Finger Lakes Region. When asked about any particularly hair-raising experiences east of Rochester, Pistilli and Cardilli did not hesitate. “We received a call from clients in Macedon who were very interested in the paranormal themselves,” Cardilli recalled. “They had many Ouija boards. Their home used to be a funeral home. It still had the system for moving bodies from floor to floor from its basement mortuary.”


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Monroe County Paranormal Investigations often encounters the unexplained. (l-r) Brian Cardilli, Rob Pistilli & Melissa Bohrer “Rob and I were both at the end of a hallway standing shoulder-to-shoulder when we thought we saw movement. We both ran down the hallway and burst through the doorway with a loud pop!” Cardilli continued with a chuckle. “We both ran into different rooms but found nothing.” Pistilli and Cardilli each separately told the story of what they saw to a fellow investigator in another room, and their stories were eerily similar. Referring to items like Ouija boards, however, Cardilli and Pistilli advise against dabbling. “If you are able to get it to work, then you have probably opened a doorway that you do not know how to close,” Cardilli said. “We were also at a bed & breakfast in Naples,” Pistilli recounted. “Reports of supernatural activity there were of people having these experiences when they were playing card games. It was two or three in the morning, and Brian and another investigator were playing cards. Brian was counting, “Two, four, six…” and a whispered voice said, ‘Seven.’” “It was really close to my ear when I listened to the recorder, but I didn’t hear anything until we played it back!” One year later, MCPI returned and was playing the popular card game Cards Against Humanity. “Based on our number of players, the ‘judge’ should have received 10 cards back, and she received 11. We only realized it because none of us played the winning 11th card,” said Pistilli. MCPI shared many more experiences: a haunted farm in Canandaigua, an eerie pizza shop in Bloomfield…their supernatural stories go on. However, MCPI emphasizes that what they want most is to help people. “We advise you to call us rather than try to do these things yourself,” they said. “We are more than happy to come out and help your family, and all our services are always free.” To learn more about Monroe County Paranormal Investigations, visit their page on Facebook. Enjoy this article? Check out this week’s other great stories online at www.gvpennysaver. com: • Haunted Bergen House Homeowner, Cathy Heglund, Talks Sounds, Spirits & the Supernatural • Dansville Furniture Store Shares Haunted History Love to write? You could earn CASH when you share your original story, personal experience, community happening or school event with us! It may be featured on our popular website for all to see and even selected for print! Go to My Hometown at www. or email our Hometown Editor Amanda Dudek at AmandaDudek@!

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WHAT IS A TRUST? A trust is a relationship in which another party is given authority to handle a person’s assets for the benefit of that person’s beneficiaries. When making a trust, a person will need to designate someone as a trustee, who will be tasked with distributing assets in accordance to the terms dictated in the trust.

General eulogy preparation tips: * Eulogies are for the living, and for everyone at a remembrance service. * Be brief. People listen for three to five minutes. After five minutes, people stop listening. * Do a bit of research. Talk to others. What are some childhood memories? Was there a favorite lesson learned? Was there a favorite quote or an inspiring song? What was the deceased like at work? What were some favorite accomplishments? * Write out the eulogy. Even if you are an experienced speaker, during the emotional time of a rememberance service it is especially easy to wander. * Write and speak from the heart. Be yourself. * Practice the eulogy. Time it. Rehearse in front of an audience (one or two people). Listen to their feedback. Edit. Practice again. * Have a back-up plan. In case you are unable to begin or finish, have someone else prepared to deliver the eulogy for you.

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WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A TEAM PLAYER The ability to communicate, interact and work collectively with others is both a professional and personal asset. But in certain ways, the reliance on technology has made working as a team more complicated. People have grown accustomed to spending large quantities of time alone working at computers or on phones and tablets, potentially compromising their ability to work directly with others when the need arises. According to, when it comes to choosing a candidate for a new job or promotion, employers consistently say they want a team player. That means it’s advantageous for professionals looking to further their careers to brush up on their team-building and social skills.


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COMMON HALLOWEEN PHOBIAS Halloween is about embracing the scary and the spooky and enjoying all off the things that go “bump” in the night. Naturally, the holiday can drum up some fears and tap into peoples’ anxieties, especially when they come face-to-face with some of the symbols of Halloween. Some of these fears may be full-blown phobias. A phobia is defined as an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something. Phobias can elicit feelings of dread and horror. In psychological terms, it is an anxiety disorder in which a person will go to great lengths to avoid a perceived danger. This danger is usually much greater in the person’s mind than in real life. Several symbols of Halloween can be tied to phobias. A person with achluophobia may not enjoy the darkness of the Halloween night. Someone with coimetrophobia probably would not want to visit a cemetery. Coming in contact with a ghost would not be ideal for someone with phasmophobia. Anyone with wiccaphobia might fear meeting up with a broom-riding witch. One of the more common phobias is arachnophobia, which is a fear of spiders. Spider decorations are common come Halloween, so people with arachnophobia may struggle on and around October 31. While Halloween will never fall on the thirteenth day of the month, the number 13 has been linked to Halloween festivities. Many people view the number 13 to be a harbinger of bad luck. This is especially so for those with triskaidekaphobia, or the fear of the number 13. Believe it or not, some people have a crippling fear of Halloween itself. This phobia is called samhainophobia. which is the fear of Halloween or the fear of the festival of the dead. The term “samhainophobia” originates from “Samhain,” meaning summer’s end. Samhain was also the name of the festival celebrated by the Celts to mark the transition from summer to winter.

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