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Gluten-Free Irish Soda Bread
1 cup brown rice flour
1/3 cup tapioca flour
1/3 cup potato starch
1 teaspoon xanthan gum
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon unflavored gelatin
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
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2/3 cup buttermilk
6 tablespoons melted butter
1 tablespoon honey
1 egg, beaten
1/2 cup raisins or currants, soaked in hot water for 10 minutes
Preheat oven to 350ºF and line a standard loaf pan or baking dish with parchment paper. In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients until wellincorporated. In a second bowl, stir together buttermilk, butter, honey, egg and soaked raisins.
Hollow out a small well in the dry ingredients and slowly pour in the wet mixture. Stir until combined and sticky. Form into a loaf and transfer to baking pan. Cook for 35-40 minutes until a knife inserted in the middle comes out clean.
Let cool and remove from parchment-lined dish.
A number of things are readily associated with Irish culture, especially in proximity to St. Patrick’s Day. A particular shade of green, referred to as “Kelly green,” corned beef, potatoes, parades - even enjoying a pint at the pub. One of the cherished traditions of St. Patrick’s Day, and even everyday Irish cuisine, is whipping up a family recipe for Irish soda bread.
True Irish soda bread continues today to be an international favorite. While it is enjoyed across Ireland, it’s also widely enjoyed wherever Irish immigrants have established roots and elsewhere. Most of the ingredients necessary to prepare Irish soda bread can already be found in many homes.
Irishsodabreadgetsitsnamenotfromasweetenedcarbonateddrink,butby the leavening agent that is used in place of yeast. Baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) is a common component of quick bread cooking. When the baking soda is mixed with the ﬂour and a soured milk (butter milk, for example), its chemical qualities produce carbon dioxide gas bubbles that help give soda bread it’s risen, airy texture. In some recipes, live yogurt, or even stout, are used as the liquid to activate the baking soda.
While the Irish adapted the science behind baking soda and have come to be associated with soda bread’s origins, the earliest reference to soda ash being used in baking bread is actually credited to the American Indians. Baking soda was not brought to nor discovered in Ireland until the middle of the 19th century. However, it is the Irish who have made soda bread much their own. It tends to be an easy an inexpensive bread to make to feed many and is very versatile. Soda bread in some shape or form is enjoyed by cultures all around the world. From Scotland to Poland to Serbia to Australia, these countries have their own versions of soda bread and their own cooking methods.
In honor of St. Patrick and other Christian celebrations, soda bread is traditionally made with a cross shape cut into the top of the dough. Legend has it that people did it to “let the devil out” while it’s baking for good luck, and others say that this last step made it easy to divide the bread into pieces. Soda bread has become synonymous with Irish culture. Enjoyed plain or with some Irish butter, it’s a common component of meals throughout the year, and most especially on St. Patrick’s Day.
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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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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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Demolition: Demolition involves more than picking up a sledgehammer and swinging away. Some demolition projects are best left to the pros. For example, any projects that involve exposure to hazardous materials are risky and therefore best left to experienced laborers. However, many homeowners are capable of safely and effectively pulling cabinets from walls, removing flooring or knocking down drywall. Homeowners unsure of how to approach demolition tasks can ask their contractors to demonstrate the proper technique so the demolition is done right and on time.
Permits provide a blueprint by which contractors and do-it-yourselfers must complete renovations. Because inspections will take place, there is no wiggle room. Shortcuts often translate into subpar work that may lead to malfunction and injury in the long run. Safeguarding against poor workmanship means homeowners can feel confident in the work being done.
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Don’t forget to have fun. A cancer diagnosis is serious business, but caregivers and patients must make room for levity throughout the treatment process. The ASCO recommends caregivers make time for light conversation and humorous stories. This can be beneﬁcial to both patients and caregivers, providing a routine respite from discussions about how patients are feeling. Discussions about topics other than cancer, such as sports, movies or hobbies, also can be a respite from the rigors of treatment and caregiving.
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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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Teeth lost to gum disease or decay can be replaced with partial or full dentures, but the process of getting permanent dentures takes time. Most dentures require one or more tooth extractions, and the gums need three to six months to heal before permanent dentures can be created. In the meantime, your dentist can ﬁt you with temporary dentures, made to last six to eight months. Once your mouth heals from extractions, the dentist will take impressions of your mouth and jaw, which are used to custom-mold the permanent dentures to the precise shape of your mouth. You’ll receive temporary dentures the same day as extractions, and these will help protect your gums while they heal.
Dentureshavebeeninuseformore than 2,000 years, and today these substitutes for missing natural teeth
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P.S. Temporary dentures, also called immediate dentures, are not custom molded to your mouth and may slip or move as your mouth heals from extractions.
By order of the Genesee County Legislature
RUNNING TUESDAY, MARCH 7th - TUESDAY, MARCH 28th
Closing Tuesday, March 28th, 7 PM with a “Soft Close” feature GENESEE COUNTY PROPERTIES
PARCEL #1 Town of Alexander: 2992 Broadway Rd., residential lot w/ mobile home, 0.55-acre lot
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PARCEL #2 Town of Alexander: Dodgeson Rd., residential lot, 5.4-acre lot
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PARCEL #3 Town of Bergen: 7708Townline Rd., single family residence, poor condition, 1-acre lot
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PARCEL #4 Village of Oak eld: 11 Gibson St., single family residence, poor condition, 0.09-acre lot
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PARCEL #5 Village of Oak eld: 14Webber Ave., single family residence, 0.33-acre lot
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PARCEL #6 Town of LeRoy: 8270 Gully Rd., single family residence w/ outbuildings, 1.5-acre lot
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Antiques, Household, Collectibles
Avon Trading Post
Open Fri., Sat., Sun. • 110 W Main St, Avon
You have to fight against being an antique. ~Burt Lancaster
For The Savvy Yard Sale Shopper
Second-hand items, especially electronics, building supplies, appliances and helmets, may carry certain risks if damaged or used. If you are planning on reselling consumer items, check the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Web site for a guide on things that can and cannot be sold, and for product recalls. CSA Group, a leading certification and testing organization, offers these safetytipsforyardsaleshoppers.
Counterfeit or illegal goods: Counterfeiters often use flea markets to peddle fake goods. Packaging on counterfeits is often poorly designed or has only partial illustrations. Misspellings and unclear printing on products and labelsmaybeanotherindicatorofa fakeproduct.
Wearing Hand-me-down Gowns Brides-to-be devote plenty of time to thinking about their wedding gowns, and some women spend months scouring stores for their ideal designs. But what if the perfect gown is already tucked awayinafamilymember’scloset?
Some brides view a hand-medown gown with a degree of skepticism. After all, people may poke fun at dresses passed on by well-meaning friends and family that feature styling that is out-ofdate (think 1980s shoulder pads). However, in most cases, dresses can be altered and turned into something that fits the new bride’s styleandphysique.
Wearing a hand-me-down gown is something many brides consider, especially if the dress has sentimental meaning or is a family heirloom.
God and the soldier, all men adore In time of danger and not before When the danger is passed and all things righted, God is forgotten and the soldier slighted
Etched on a sentry box wall in Gibraltar, this passage o en resounded in me as I thought of my brother’s unheralded return from Vietnam in the 60s. His surprise arrival late one night brought joy a er a very long eighteen months away. It also reminded me that my mother’s family still awaited closure on their son who was listed missing in action (MIA) in WWII, then o cially declared dead. e lack of a burial, a ceremony, a closure, lingered years later. My mom o en said that her brother’s death allowed her non-English speaking immigrant parents to a ord to buy a farm outside the Bu alo area. Little did she know that their escape from memories of their neighborhood home would keep the mystery of his death.
My rst generation American-born Uncle Aloysius was a dra ed member of the Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division. He was ‘lost’ in a battle in Overloon, Holland in October 1944, ten months before his namesake, my brother, would be born. For a year, Uncle Al was listed MIA, and I as a sister and mother of returned vets, can only imagine the heartache my grieving grandmother felt for her lost son.
grandparents’ grave, and I placed it with the dirt on Uncle Al’s grave. Upon return to Bu alo, I took a teaspoon of dirt from his site and placed it on my grandparents’ grave. I felt I reunited the son with his parents. Little did I know my mission was not complete!
One year ago in January 2022, I answered a ‘spam risk’ call. A woman asked if I was the daughter of Eugenia, sister of Aloysius. In the moment of my brain freeze, she explained herself as a researcher for the Human Resource Commission, Post Con ict Repatriations. Her job was to research to “account for all who did not return” and “to include or exclude information.”
A er spending a generous time on the call with me, she explained the armed forces wanted to identify my uncle’s remains. “Many human pieces” are o en found, and if they can identify some pieces they can identify all the various remains by narrowing down the options. Would I give them my spit for a DNA test?! My initial reaction was again that this was a spam call or that someone wanted my DNA for a cold case le. She suggested I talk to my family, gave me several phone numbers to verify the Army program, and le me in a state of What?!
My brother called it a scam. My immediate family said, “Go with your heart; it’s your decision.” When the young lady called back, I was still unsure, but she o ered to send me my uncle’s complete le to consider. Within days, an envelope arrived containing almost 200 pages detailing the circumstances of my uncle’s death, the search the military did to nd relatives in 1946, again in 1978, and nally his internment with a full military funeral. I learned from the le everything from his shoe size to his dental cavities to the fact that his rosary beads were by his side when he died!
When ancestry research came to the computer y years later, I entered information with the hope of nding information about my grandparents, my only certainty being that they were from an area that spoke Polish. My youth was at a time when you did not express nationality other than being ‘American.’ You didn’t want anyone to think you were foreign!
We lived about twenty miles from my mom’s family, and since my parents didn’t drive, visiting my grandparents was like visiting a foreign country. ey didn’t speak English, children didn’t ask questions, and at that time, we just tried to be as American as we could. e arrival of displaced persons from European refugee camps was not something to associate with. Not surprisingly, I found nothing related to my maternal grandparents in my research.
But out of the ancestry search came an unexpected nd: a historian for the Armored Division saw my post and reached out to ask if I was related to Aloysius Gonsowski of Bu alo, NY, and from him I found where my uncle was buried – in Belgium. I promised my mom I would one day visit his gravesite.
My daughter works in Europe, and during visits to see her and vacation capitals, I nally got to Belgium to see the grave. I knew that he was interred at the Ardennes American Military Cemetery, and on a picturesque June day in 2017, my family stood in awe at the site’s magni cence. Like the US’ Arlington National Cemetery in DC, the grounds at Ardennes are an immaculate, serene tribute to those who gave everything. I had brought with me a teaspoon of dirt from my
Evidently, in 1978, a townsman looking in a well-known battle area for war relics came across a shallow grave with two skeletons and a set of dog tags, one engraved with my uncle’s name. Again, the military tried to nd relatives and when they were unsuccessful, Uncle Al was given a full military burial in Ardennes. e le included the pictures and write-up from the Stars and Stripes paper! An amazing, beautiful closure for a soldier never forgotten by the military. How could I not give my DNA? It will be kept in a database so that if body parts are found in the battle area, they can include/exclude possible servicemen. Uncle Al gave so much; how could I not?
I wish the technology had been available sooner so my grandparents, my mom, and her siblings, could have had the closure I received knowing all the circumstances of the death of this WWII tank hero, a young man adored by his family and never forgotten or slighted by his country.
Please take notice e Storage Mall - Brooks Avenue located at 1214 Brooks Ave., Rochester, NY 14624 intends to hold a sale of the property stored in the below listed Storage Spaces. e public sale shall occur as an online auction via www.storageauctions.com on 3/28/2023 at 10:00AM. Unless listed below, the contents consist of household goods and furnishings. Xylaih Hilaire unit #239. is sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. See manager for details.
“The Broad Majestic Shannon,” The Pogues: This song, from the legendary Celtic punk band’s 1988 album, was inspired by the River Shannon, the longest river in Ireland, and is sure to invite people to the dance ﬂoor with its opening notes. Lead singer Shane MacGowan, widely regarded as one of the most accomplished lyricists of his time, said the song is about an Irishman returning to his home along the Shannon after many years spent in London. That gives the song a somewhat autobiographical tilt, as MacGowan himself spent time living in London and Ireland.
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A shout out to our local ﬁrst responders
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
regardless of age.
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Vanguard and Mercer recently developed a new framework, “Planning for Health Care Costs in Retirement,” that identiﬁes practical tips for forecasting your health care expenses. Here are four top ideas:
1. Personalize health care costs. Start by understanding how your health history and current health status will inﬂuence expenses. Even your geographic location, marital status and age at retirement will impact your forecasts.
2. Plan for long-term care. This is a tough one to assess because half of retirees won’t even incur these costs, but on the other end of the spectrum, 15 percent of retirees will spend more than $250,000. Consider potential long-term care options, such as unpaid care from family and less-expensive available facilities.
3. Create a hedge in your budget for other expenses. Research shows that retirement spending in virtually all categories other than health care tends to decline with age. By forecasting steady spending in other expense areas, you may create a buffer in your budget to deal with rising health care expenses.
4. Forecast costs in annual spending. There are so many variables involved in estimating health care costs in retirement that trying to plan around a total lifetime budget can be overwhelming. Experts recommend that you focus on annual spending plans instead, provided that you understand costs will rise as you age.
For seniors who are struggling to ﬁnd cash in their retirement budgets to offset unexpected health care expenses, it may be a good idea to take stock right now of all your assets. Many seniors are surprised to learn that one potential asset for generating immediate cash is a life insurance policy. You should review your life insurance policy from time to time and determine whether or not it’s still needed. A life insurance policy is considered your personal property, so you have the right to sell it anytime you like. When a consumer sells a policy—something called a “life settlement” transaction—the policy owner receives a cash payment and the purchaser of the policy assumes all future premium payments, then receives the death beneﬁt upon the death of the insured. Candidates for life settlements are typically aged 70 years or older, with a life insurance policy that has a death beneﬁt of at least $100,000.
If you own a life insurance policy you no longer need or can afford, you may be able to generate immediate cash to pay your health care expenses by selling that policy for immediate cash.
To learn more about life settlements, visit www.LISA.org or call the LISA ofﬁce today at 888-921-3793.
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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The great secret that all old people share is that you really haven’t changed in seventy or eighty years. Your body changes, but you don’t change at all. And that, of course, causes great confusion.~ Doris Lessing
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IRISH SONGS TO ENHANCE ST. PATRICK’S DAY CELEBRATIONS
“Danny Boy”: What St. Patrick’s Day gathering would be complete without the widely recognized “Danny Boy”? This classic was inspired by the Siege of Derry, and the song became renowned during WWI. Frederick Edward Weatherly, an English barrister and singer, put lyrics to “Danny Boy” in 1912.v
When it comes to vehicle maintenance, the rule of two has long reigned among professional automotive technicians and driving safety advocates. In accordance to this rule, drivers replacing important parts in their cars and trucks, such as tires, brakes, shocks and wiper blades, should always do so in pairs.
Replacing parts in pairs can ensure vehicles are properly balanced and functioning safely. But it’s not just tires, brakes and other big-ticket components that should be replaced in pairs. Vehicle lighting plays an integral role in keeping drivers and their passengers safe, and motorists should exercise the same caution regarding their vehicles’ headlights, taillights and turn signals that they do when maintaining the rest of their cars and trucks.
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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.
Finding the right family car
Use: Family cars are rarely limited to getting mom or dad to and from work and for trips to the grocery store. Today’s kids are more active than ever before, and chances are their schedules are as packed as their parents’. Consider the many chauffeuring trips you will have to make in the years to come, and choose a car that is equipped to handle those trips. Parents who double as soccer coaches may benefit from buying minivans that can easily store all that sports equipment, while those whose children participate in activities that take them far and wide may want a car that’s especially fuel efficient.
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.
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Awake, thou wintry earthFling off thy sadness!
Fair vernal ﬂowers, laugh forth Your ancient gladness!~Thomas Blackburn, “An Easter Hymn”
* 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 AlabamaBy Sam Mazzotta
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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To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.~George Santayana
HollwedelMemorialLibrary: STORYTIME: Tuesdaysat11am. JoinMissJosselynforstories,singing,dancing,projects,takeand makes!Youcanattendinpersonor watchonFacebookLive!Youcan alsowatchlateronFB.
BOOKCLUB:NEWTIME!!Third Wed.ofeachmonthat6:00pm. PickupacopyofApril’sbookand joinusonApril19.
FREEYOGACLASSESATTHELIBRARY:Adults-March.22@6pm. Noequipmentorexperience needed.
FAMILYCRAFTNIGHT:Mon.,Mar. 13,5:30-6:30pm.Opentoallages. Funforall!
POKEMONCLUB:Fridays4-5:30 pm.Tradecards,playthegame, battle.Grown-ups,gorunerrands whileyourchildhasfun!
Byron Bergen Public Library
13 S. Lake St., Bergen (585) 494-1120
Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 10-1 & 2-7; Fri. 10-6; Sat. 10-1
3108 Main Street, Caledonia (585) 538-4512
Hours: Mon. & Thurs. 2-5:30 & 7-9; Tues. 9-1 & 2-5:30; Fri. 2-5:30; Sat. 9-1 (Sept.-May)
Chili Public Library
3237 Chili Avenue, Rochester www.chililibrary.org
Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9-9; Fri.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. Closed
Hollwedel Memorial Library
5 Woodrow Dr., Pavilion (585) 584-8843
Hours: M,W 1-8; T, Th 10-1; F 11-6; S 9-noon; Sunday-closed
Mumford Branch Library
883 George Street, Mumford (585) 538-6124
Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 12-6
Newman Riga Library
1 S. Main St., Churchville, NY www.newmanrigalibrary.org
Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 11-5;
Tues., Thurs. 11-9; Sat. 10-2
Scottsville Free Library
28 Main Street, Scottsville
Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 10-5;
Tues., Thurs. 1-8; Sat. 10-1
KNITTER’SNOOK;Mondaysat 3:30.Joinourfriendlyneedleworkers! BoardofTrusteesmeetingsarethe secondWednesdayofthemonthat 6pmatthelibrary.
CaledoniaLibrary: NEW ITEMS(AdultFiction)Storm WatchbyC.J.Box,AKillingof InnocentsbyDeborahCrombie; (DVDs)Devotion,IWannaDance withSomebody,EclipseOver America.
SENIORBOOKCLUBThegroup nextmeetsonMarch28that2:15 p.m.CurrentselectionsareLove, ClancybyBruceCameronandAncestorTroublebyMaudNewton.
LOOSELYKNITKnittinggroup meetsonThursdaysat2:00p.m. Allarewelcometojoinustolearn andshare.
CHILDREN’SSTORYTIMEEach Tuesdayat9:45a.m.Listenas retiredteacherMrs.Ebersoleshares funideasandreadsaloud.
TECHTUTORDATEApril18--two one-hourslotsonthisdate.ContactMorgantoregisterforyour one-on-one60minutesession: email@example.com.
LIBRARYBOARDMEETINGSHeld onthelastTuesdayofeachmonth at6:00p.m.,unlessotherwiseadvertised.
No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow ~ Proverb
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.
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
HLOMJavawithJoeE.: Don Burkel, “TheUptonGirls:Inspiring Women”- TheHollandLandOffice Museumisproudtoannouncethe nexteditionofourJavawithJoeE. seriesThursday,March23rd,9am. PresenterisDonBurkel.“There werethirteenchildrenintheUpton Family,sixweregirls.Thefirstbeing bornin1822andthelastin1846. Theybecametheprimarycorrespondentsoftheirbrother, Emory,whilepursuingcareersand goalswhichwereexamplesto otherwomen.Thisistheirbriefyet interestingstoryoftheircontributions.”Admissionfreeandcoffee anddonutsprovided.Pleasecontact585-343-4727or firstname.lastname@example.org youplantoattend.
HLOMGuestSpeakerSeriesHolly Watson, “LinwoodGardens”-TheHollandLandOffice Museumthenexteditionofour GuestSpeakerSeriesonThursday, March30that7pm.Thepresenter willbeHollyWatsonoftheLinwoodGardens.LinwoodGardensis arareexampleofaWesternNew Yorkcountryplacefromtheearly 1900swithauniquehorticultural historyandenduringconnections toitscommunity.JoinfamilymemberHollyWatsonforabehind-thesceneslookatthehistoryofthe people,peonies,andpropertyduringthispresentation.Admissionis $5or$3formuseummembers. Pleasecontactthemuseumat 585-343-4727or email@example.com youplantoattend.
SpringFlingCraft&Vendor Event! Saturday, March25,8am3pmattheBataviaCityCentre (ConcourseArea),Batavia.Over60 Vendors~Crafts~Artisans~Retail ~Children’sBounceHouse~Face Painting~Pizza~WaffleCakes~ FundraisingBasketRaffle~Indoors ~NoATMavailable.Broughtto youbyEverpresentChurch.
CommunityConcertfeaturing Irish Music- Irishmusicfeaturing IrishTenorCaseyJonesCostello; Sunday,March19,2PMattheFirst PresbyterianChurch,3080Main St.,Caledonia.Freewillofferingto benefitSourceofSuccess,the church’safter-schooltutoringprogramformiddleschoolstudents. Receptionwillfollowtheconcert.
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.
MapleWeekend-Friendsof Letchworth PancakeBreakfast attheHumphreyNatureCenterin LetchworthStateParkfrom10am2pm.HeldSaturdayandSunday: March25&26.Adults$8-4and underfree.UsetheCastileorPortagevilleentrance.
OpenSnowshoeRentals2023Snowshoes areavailabletorentat GeneseeCountyPark&Forest InterpretiveNatureCenterthrough themonthsofDecember,January, February,andMarch,weather permitting.Rentalsareavailableon afirstcome,firstservebasisand mustbeusedwithinthepark. Hours:10am-3pmonThursdays andFridays,12pm-3pmonSaturdaysandSundays.Rental:$5/pair; driver’slicensemustbeleftatNatureCenterwhilesnowshoesarein use.Snowshoesmustbereturned tothebuildingby3pm.Interpretive NatureCenterwillbeclosedon December25thandJanuary1st. SnowshoesprovidedbyACORNSAssociationforConservationof Recreational&NaturalSpaces.
Here’s what’s happening at your local library…
BirdingWalks- Come enjoya birdingwalkattheGenesee CountyPark&Forest!Thebirding walksareledbyabirdingguide andtakeyouthroughmeadow, forest,andwetlandhabitatstohelp youidentifybirdsbysoundand sight.Perfectforbothbeginnerand experiencedbirders!Walksare approximately1milelongovereasy terrain.TheApril15thwalkisat DeWittRecreationArea.Preregistrationisrequired;call(585) 344-1122toregister.Thisprogram isFREE!
GuidedDogWalks-Bringyourbest friend forsomegreatsocialization andexerciseonaguideddogwalk throughthepark!Walkstakeplace onthefirstSaturdayofeachmonth fromApriltoAugust.Dogsmustbe keptonaleashatalltimes.Aggressivedogsarenotallowed!Genesee CountyPark&Forest,11095BethanyCenterRoad,EastBethany. InterpretiveNatureCenter,Feeis $5perdog;allproceedsbenefitthe GeneseeCountyAnimalShelter. Pre-registrationisrequiredbycalling(585)344-1122.
TheWoman’sClubofRochester gives tolocalcharitableorganizations.Wemeetat11AMonthe4th Tues.ofthemonthSept.-May. Ourmeetingsinvolvelunchanda speaker.OurMarchmeeting3/28, isafamilystylelunchatBocaccinis ItalianBistro(6720PittsfordPalmyraRoad,Fairport)featuringThe BeeLady-TheNorthBee.This meetingis$25andacheckmust bereceivedby3/21.Tojoinusasa guestortobecomeamember pleaseemail womansclubofrochester@gmail. comorcall585-328-8964forinformation.Pleasevisitourwebsite: www.womansclubofrochester.org
“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.
AndSpringaroseonthegardenfair, Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere; And each ﬂower and herb on Earth’s dark breast rose from the dreams of its wintry rest.
~ Percy Bysshe Shelley, “The Sensitive Plant”
Drive-ThruFishFry- FRIDAY, MARCH 17,4-7pmattheRushHenriettaAmericanLegionPost 1151,260MiddleRoad,Henrietta. Getalarge,batteredhaddockfilet withFrenchfries,homemadecoleslaw,tartarsauce,lemonwedge, bread&butter.$13.00!http:// www.alpost1151.org
MotherTeresaOutreach: Providing non-foodessentialitemsto thoseinourcommunitywhoarein need.AnOurLadyofMercyandSt. BrigidMinistry.Saturday,March 25,Noon-2pm,OurMercyParish Center,44LakeSt.,LeRoy.Drivethrough-Itemsbroughttocar.We areinvitinglocalfamiliesinneed (notabletoprovidethemontheir own)ofessentiallivingitemstovisit ourParishCenter.Examplesof items:Diapers&Wipes, Toothbrush,Paste&Floss,Shampoo,Deodorant,DishSoap,LaundryDetergent,Tissues,Sanitary Products,Razors&ShavingCream, Soaps,ToiletPaper,PaperTowels& Napkins,HairBrushes,Combs& HairTies,AdultDiapers.*NoFood. Quantityrestrictionsapply.While supplieslast.
SpringPlantFundraiser- Order from 23varietiesand3plantcollectionstoaddcolorandattractpollinatorstoyourgardenfromsummerthoughfall.OrderbyApril 24th;orderswillshipdirectlytoyou foraflatfeeof$10perorderin earlytomid-May.Halfofyour purchasesupportstheLeRoyGardenClub’sprojectsandscholarship fund.Visitwww. threeriversfundraising.organdenterourClubCode6D29CE.
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!!!
How to pack a suitcase: Roll pants and tops, adding to suitcase ﬁrst, toward the handle side. Then add heavy items (shoes, boots) toward the wheel end. Make sure you choose the right size case for the trip; too much room will cause items to shift around.
Shop at small businesses regularly.
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/.
GoodbyeWinter-HelloSpring: “We’ve OnlyJustBegun”Sr.Luncheonswillnotbetakingplacein January,FebruaryorMarch,2023. Wewillresumeourluncheonsin theSpringonApril18,2023at 11:30amattheSouthAlabama Firehall.WishingyouallaSafe/ HealthyWinterandaHappyNew Year!HopetoseeyouallonApril 18,2023!
ChairYoga- Come joinus Thursdaysat10amforChairYoga. Theseclassesaremeanttohelp withbalanceandstrengthandare FREEthankstoanawardfrom Univera.JoinusatTheGOOSE CommunityCenter,33SouthMain St.,Oakfield.http://www. warriorhouseofwny.com
Yoga: Come joinusonWednesday eveningsat6:00pmforYoga. Theseclasseswillhelpincreaseyour balanceandstrengthandareFREE thankstoanawardfromUnivera. HeldatTheGOOSECommunity Center,33SouthMainSt.,Oakfield.http://www. warriorhouseofwny.com
PaperMakingArt: Water &dryer lint,let’smakesomepaper!March 29atTheGOOSECommunityCenter,33SouthMainSt.,Oakfield. Classesareheldat11:30&2:00. Participantsmustregisteratwww. warriorhouseofwny.com.When registeringpleasebesuretochoose thetimeslotyoupreferandregister foreachpersonattending.
Baby&MeProgram: The classes willincludefunactivities,reading, gamesandpresentationsbylocal healthserviceproviders.Classesare FREEandareopentoanycaregiver andchildfrombirthto4yearsold. Noregistrationrequired.Classes willbeheldweeklyfromMarch 10th-May12thfrom10am-11am atTheGOOSECommunityCenter, 33SouthMainSt.,Oakfield.http:// www.warriorhouseofwny.com
CoffeeHour-Wednesdays1011am. Bring afriendorcomemake afriend.JoinuseveryWednesday from10-11amattheTheGOOSE CommunityCenter,33SouthMain St.,Oakfield.http://www. warriorhouseofwny.com
TheSpringConcert,“100Years of DukeEllington’sBands:A GalaCelebrationofJazzand Broadway”willbepresentedSunday,March26,3PMatMt.Olivet BaptistChurch,141AdamsStreet, Rochester.HostedbyMt.Olivet BaptistChurch,Rev.Dr.RickeyB. Harvey,SeniorPastor,thisconcert featurestheBrockportSymphony OrchestradirectedbyJonathan Allentoff,theBachChildren’sChorusdirectedbyKarlaKrogstad,narratorandguesttrumpeterHerbert Smith,cellosoloistLarryFagen,and composer-in-residenceAlMathias. Admissionandparkingarefree. Thisprojectismadepossiblewith supportfromtheVillageofBrockportandfundsfromtheStatewide CommunityRegrantsProgram.For additionalinformation,pleasevisit www.brockportsymphony.org.
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/
HearingLossAssociationof America/Rochester ChapterAnyoneinterestedinhearingloss, eithertheirownorsomeoneelse’s, iswelcome.AllHLAAprogramsare free.Someareinpersonwhile other,virtualprograms,require preregistration.Tuesday,March28, CanalsideSpeech,8-9pm-HEAR TOGETHER.KristinBergholtzCCC/ SLP.VirtualonZoom.SpeechlanguagepathologistBergholtzconductsavirtualsupportgroupfor parentsandcaregiversofDeaf/hard ofhearingchildren.Learnmore aboutyourchild’shearingloss,servicestobenefitthem,andtipsto supporttheirlanguagedevelopment.Registeratkristinbslp@gmail. com.Ms.Bergholtz’sprivate speechpracticeisCanalside Speech.Info.:hearinglossrochester. org
TheGatesHistoricalSociety’s March program willbeMonday, March20at7:00pmintheGates TownHallAnnex,1605Buffalo Rd.,Rochester.RickIekel,Author of“TheRoc:Journeythruthe20th Century”,willpresentaprogram whichtellsthestoryofRochester’s 100yearoldaviationfacility(the airport)fromaninsider’spointof view.Thisprogramisfreeandis handicappedaccessible.Hewill havebooksavailableforpurchase. http://www.gateshistory.org
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/
BeyondAuditoryProcessing Course | AnIntegrativeApproach toConceptualizingtheProcesses EngagedinEverydayListening. ContinuingEducationOpportunity! Thispresentationwillexaminethe underlyingprocesses,possible breakdowns,assessment,and interventionsinthecontextofwhat thelistenerfacesineveryday situations,recognizingtheintertwiningofvariousprocesses,such asauditoryprocessing,cognition, andlanguage.Audience|GoodTo Attend.Audiologists,general practitioners(includingENTsand PEDS),speech-languagepathologists,psychologists,special educationteachers,generaleducationteachers,occupational therapists,students,andparents. LearnMore/Register:https://www. rhsc.org/continuing-education.InPersonandZoomParticipation Available-March25,8:30am-5pm, NazarethCollege|TheShultsCenter|Forum,4245EastAvenue, Rochester.https://www.rhsc.org/ continuing-education
KnightsofColumbusFishFry at St MarianneCopeParish(Guardian AngelsChurch),2061EHenrietta Rd.,RochesteronFridays,through March24,5pm-6:30pm.Itistake outoreatin.DinnerincludesHaddockfish,saltpotatoes,coleslaw, drinkandaroll.Comeenjoya nightwithKnightsofColumbus,it istheirfundraisertohelpCoatsfor Kids,AngelCareandmanyother supportgroups.
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.
Dinner: Take anicedrivetothe countryforatake-outdinneron Saturday,March25,4-6pmatthe MorganvilleUnitedChurchof Christ,8466MorganvilleRoad, Stafford.Menualsoincludesgreen beans,applesauce,rollsanddessert.Costis$12foradults,$6for children5-12andfreeforunder5. Ticketscanbepurchasedbycalling 585-757-2257.Therewillbe limitedticketsatthedoor.Thank youforyoursupport.
It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold: when it is summer in the light, and winter in the shade. ~ Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
WestHenriettaBaptistChurch will behavingtheirSPRINGCRAFT &VENDORSALEonSaturday, March25,2023from10:00am3:00pm.Itwillbelocatedatthe WestHenriettaBaptistChurch, 5660W.HenriettaRd.,W.Henrietta.
WestHenriettaBaptistChurch will behavingaSPRINGGARAGE SALEonSaturday,March25,2023 from10:00am-3:00pm.Itwillbe locatedattheWestHenriettaBaptistChurch,5660W.HenriettaRd., W.Henrietta.
And so by degrees the winter wore away... and the chill, bitter, windy, early spring came round. The comic almanacks give us dreadful pictures of January and February; but, in truth, the months which should be made to look gloomy in England are March and April. Let no man boast himself that he has got through the perils of winter till at least the seventh of May.
~Anthony Trollope (1815–1882), The Chronicles of Barsetshire, Vol. III: Doctor Thorne, “Chapter XLVII: How the Bride Was Received, and Who Were Asked to the Wedding,” 1858
WheatlandSeniorCitizensClub bus trip-Wednesday,April19th. JackandAprilattheCabaret.Togethertheyweaveajourney throughmusicofmanygenres. Sinatra,MichaelBuble,Bobby Darin,DeanMartin,NeilDiamond andothers.StartoutattheBlack NorthInninKentalongLakeOntarioforadeliciousbuffetlunch. ThenontotheCabaretatStudioB inAlbiontoenjoytheshow.Coffee,tea,sodaandwatermade availableattheshow.OnthereturntripwestopatOliver’sCandies inBatavia!PriceforSeniorresidents ofWheatland$99.Allothers, $139.Don’thavetobeaclub membertotravel.
WEAR A BASE LAYER. A thin T-shirt is a must as a base layer, better if it is made of fabric that wicks away moisture. There are even some that are made to be water repellent and stain resistant with anti-odor properties for those in warmer climes. Since this is the layer that is in direct contact with your skin, you want something that will allow moisture to escape as you sweat.
Sat., March 25th, 2023 9am-3pm
JW Jones Hall, 366 Leicester St., Caledonia, NY
COME OUT AND SUPPORT OVER 25 LOCAL SMALL BUSINESSES 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…
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Some historians believe the myth of the leprechaun has origins in ancient Ireland, when people believed the tiny creatures were among the various inhabitants of fairy forts and fairy rings throughout the Emerald Isle. Another take on the source of the leprechaun myth is that these tiny creatures were modern incarnations of the Euro-Celtic god Lugh, who was the sun god as well as the patron of arts and crafts.
* Bees can ﬂy higher than Mount Everest.
* All astronauts going to the International Space Station have to learn to speak Russian, as the controls of their Soyuz spacecraft are in that language.
* Fried chicken originated in Scotland.
* You’re more likely to be bitten by a human than a shark.
* Not that we think you’d actually drink this much, but 10 gallons of carrot juice will kill you. Its vitamin A content is high enough to make your brain swell, along with other nasty symptoms. By the way, you can also overdose on the vitamin by eating a pound of polar bear liver every day.
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.
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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
Who collects CLOTHING FOR THE NEEDY: email@example.com
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
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CASTRO CONVERTIBLE COUCH and SLIPCOVER - cushions ripped, but mattress perfect: firstname.lastname@example.org
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AMPCO PLAYER PIANO and a LOWREY CITATION HOME THEATER ORGAN
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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
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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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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.
When choosing coverage, you will no doubt be asked if you prefer term insurance or permanent insurance. Term insurance is the least expensive life insurance, and such policies only last for a predetermined number of years. Men and women may purchase life insurance policies if they only want life insurance until they retire or until their children reach adulthood. Permanent insurance is more expensive and will last from the moment you purchase the policy until your death. Many people choose permanent life insurance policies so the money their beneﬁciaries receive upon their death can be used to pay estate taxes. In addition, there is an investment component to permanent insurance policies, as a portion of the premiums on such policies is invested (policies will spell out how the money is invested) and allowed to grow tax-free so long as the policy is open. Term insurance only provides protection with no investments.
According to Mental Health America, individuals’ reactions to the death of a loved one can elicit unique emotions linked to their relationship to the deceased. For example, MHA, a community-based nonproﬁt focused on promoting mental health, notes that a child’s death could inspire different feelings than the loss of an elderly spouse. When parents lose a child, that death may arouse a sense of injustice that can overwhelm the child’s parents as they contemplate lost potential, unfulﬁlled dreams and, in certain instances, the child’s suffering. Elderly individuals who lose a spouse may be overcome by feelings of loneliness. Recognition of these different reactions is important because it can help individuals and their support networks more effectively cope with their grief.
“Great actions are not always true sons of great and mighty resolutions…”
~ Samuel JohnsonU.S. WOMEN IN SPACE
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
We are hiring:
• LPNs - FT, PT, All Shi s
• CNAs - FT, PT, All Shi s
Bene ts; Sign-on bonuses for new employees, referrals, pick-up hours!
Premier Genesee Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation
278 Bank St. • Batavia, NY 14020
OR email: DON@premiergenesee.com
* On March 20, 1861, President Abraham Lincoln’s sons, Willie and Tad, are diagnosed with the measles. The boys recovered, but in 1862 Willie contracted typhoid fever and died. Tad died at age 18 in 1871. Of Lincoln’s four boys, only the ﬁrst child, Robert, lived to an advanced age; he passed away at age 82 in 1926.
At Premier Genesee, we are rooted in providing many selections of services that promote the most ideal options. Each individual receives personalized care tailored to meet their speci c needs.
Our valued adage that we hold dear is “Quality Care Means Everything.” Premier Genesee is dedicated to creating a sensitive, nurturing and comfortable home environment for each resident. Looking for a full-time, experienced
to manage a 40 bed unit. Current license to practice as a registered professional nurse in the State of New York.
• Competitive salaried pay • 401K
• Health, Dental and Vision insurance
• Sign-on Bonus
Apply: Premier Genesee Center for Nursing & Rehabilitation
278 Bank St, Batavia, NY 14020 or email: DON@premiergenesee.com
• 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 Location:
• 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
For transport work as well as milk truck driver. Several positions are open for motivated individuals. Competitive pay with beneﬁts.
Please send letter of interest to email@example.com or call 1-716-474-1548 to schedule an interview.
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
OR stop by 244-248 W. Main St.; Batavia, NY
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 email@example.com
Alternatively, call with questions or apply in person
Monday-Friday 8:30AM to 2PM at 585-343-9961
LEAVING A JOB GRACEFULLY
Announce your departure. Work collectively with your manager and other higher-ups to decide how to best handle the announcement to other employees.
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.
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 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
• Civil Service Eligibility
• High School Graduate or equivalent
• Physical ability to perform assigned duties
• Team player with strong work ethic and positive attitude
• Dependable and safety-oriented
• Valid NYS Driver’s License
• Batavia B shi - 2:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
• $31,824 + $939.60 shi di erential
Visit our website at www.gvboces.org
Reply by April 4, 2023 with reference to Vacancy 23-114, resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Human Resources, Genesee Valley BOCES 80 Munson Street, LeRoy, NY 14482
ARG Trucking Corp., a local bulk petroleum hauler, is in need of DRIVERS with CDL A Licenses and XT Endorsement.
Trucks are based at our CHILI TERMINAL. FULL-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE with paid time off, medical and Rx coverage, vision care coverage, dental coverage, 401k retirement plans, proﬁt sharing, company supplied uniforms.
Experienced and recent CDL school grads welcome!! In house CDL A training program available as well.
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
When leaving a job, it is important that professionals exhibit a certain measure of grace and etiquette. Leaving a job with dignity and mutual respect can beneﬁt professionals in the short- and long-term.
Seeking seasonal, part-time sta to work at our
We are also seeking seasonal, part-time sta to work as GROUNDSKEEPER POOL MAINTENANCE
Duties to include, but not limited to: maintaining the in-ground pool, mowing, trimming, keeping the park and patio clean, learn, and implement park rules and the Monroe County Regulations.
Duties to include, but not limited to: cashier, scoop ice cream and make sundaes, milkshakes, etc., prepare and complete orders in the Snack Shop, stock inventory, keep the store/ park clean, clean bathhouses, communicate with customers, become certi ed in CPR, learn, and implement the park rules and the Monroe County Regulations.
If you’re at least 18 yrs. old, energetic, dependable, self-motivated, available weekends, holidays, and some evenings and have reliable transportation, one of these positions is for you!
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has an opening for a full-time Campus Center Associate, Wyoming County who assists the Director of Operations with campus center functions as they relate to academics, programs, student and faculty support, customer service, and other functions related to the general operations of the campus centers. Weekly travel is required between the campus centers in Arcade and Warsaw. An Associate’s Degree (Bachelor’s preferred) and a minimum of one year working in a clerical and/or customer service related role is required. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in Higher Education and/or with academic programs.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until position is lled. For additional details and to apply online, visit www.genesee.edu/employment/.
Please include a cover letter, resume and contact information for four references.
GCC is an 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.
Genesee Community College currently has several openings for Secretary at the Batavia Campus. ese are civil service positions with Genesee County and will be provisional appointments. e individuals selected for the positions must be a resident of Genesee, Erie, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans or Wyoming County, apply for the next Genesee County Civil Service examination for this title and be reachable on the list.
e minimum quali cations include graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma recognized by the NYS Department of Education, and either: a) graduation from a regionally accredited or NYS registered two year college with an Associate’s Degree in Secretarial Science or related eld, and one year of full-time, paid clerical experience which shall have included typing, or b) completion of a minimum of 65 semester credit hours from a regionally accredited or NYS registered college or university, including a minimum of 24 semester credit hours in O ce Technology and one year of full-time paid clerical experience which shall have included typing, c) three years of full-time, paid clerical experience, which shall have involved typing, or d) any equivalent combination.
Review will begin immediately and continue until positions are lled. For more details and to apply online, please visit www.genesee.edu/employment/. Please include a cover letter, resume and contact information for four references.
GCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to fostering diversity in its faculty, sta , and student body, and strongly encourages applications from the entire spectrum of a diverse community.By Fiﬁ Rodriguez
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?
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• NYS Certi cation in Practical Nursing OR Bachelor’s degree in Nursing with 1 year of experience OR Associate’s degree in Nursing with 2 years of experience
• RN License preferred
• Master’s degree in Health/Science Industry preferred
• Batavia CTE
• Based on experience, with bene ts
Visit our website at www.gvboces.org Reply by April 3, 2023 with reference to Vacancy 23-113, letter of interest, resume and proof of certi cations to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: Human Resources, Genesee Valley BOCES 80 Munson Street, LeRoy, NY 14482
NEW HIRING RATE $15.00/HR PLUS SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL
• 2nd shift
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• Includes excellent beneﬁts
Apply online at rhnet.org
Experience the R-H Advantage!
Local Avon, NY Manufacturer accepting applications for Customer
• 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
new year often sparks change. Many people aspire to change jobs at the dawn of a new year, and such changes are more frequent than one might think.
Conservation methods can help save energy and preserve natural resources, but business owners may also be intrigued by the potential cost-savings of conservation.
Utility costs vary depending on the size of a business, but the U.S. Small Business Administration notes that prospective business owners must estimate and include such costs when seeking loans to start their businesses. Estimated utility costs can be intimidating, especially for those owners who have never before owned their own businesses. Traditional conservation methods like recycling and reusing are great ways to conserve and save around the ofﬁce, but business owners also can embrace some other ways to lower their ofﬁce energy costs while beneﬁtting the planet at the same time.
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Corned beef and cabbage might not be a part of many people’s diet regimens throughout the year. But come March 17, it’s not uncommon to ﬁnd people from all walks of life indulging in this beloved meal.
March 17 marks the celebration of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. Over the years, the day has also become a celebration of the Emerald Isle. Such celebrations tend to feature corned beef and cabbage, even though the dish may have little to do with Ireland (and even less to do with St. Patrick). The precise origins of the link between corned beef and St. Patrick’s Day remain a topic of debate, but some historians say the corned beef enjoyed today can be traced to New York City’s Irish immigrant population in the 19th and 20th centuries, who popularized a salted meat made from brisket that was then sold by Jewish butchers.
Regardless of the authenticity of its link to Ireland, corned beef is delicious and many modern Paddy’s Day celebrants wouldn’t think of going without it on March 17.