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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel

* On June 25, 1915, the German press publishes a statement addressing the German use of poison gas. The Germans had fired more than 150 tons of lethal chlorine gas against two French colonial divisions in April, claiming the French had first used gas in August 1914.

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3. MOVIES: Who voices the character of Frozone in the animated movie “The Incredibles”?

4. FOOD & DRINK: What is the primary ingredient in baba ganoush?

5. LITERATURE: The movie “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” is based on a short story written by which American author?

6. MEASUREMENTS: How many grams are in a pound?

7. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What cultural phenomenon is celebrated on May 4?

8. TELEVISION: Rhoda Morgenstern is a sidekick in which 1970s TV sitcom?

9. SCIENCE: What is the process called when iron is coated with zinc?

10. U.S. STATES: What is the only vowel that is NOT the first letter of a state?

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1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg

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1 cup dried apple chips, broken into large pieces

1/4 cup toffee bits

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DEAR PAW’S CORNER: My cat “Sticky” is 14 years old and still in great shape. He loves chasing a er a laser beam and rolling around with his toys. However, I’ve noticed that when he comes over to leap up on my lap, he hesitates and just puts his paws on my leg and meows. I have to encourage him to leap, and he doesn’t seem happy about it. Could something be wrong with him? -- Janine in Gulfport, Mississippi

DEAR JANINE: At age 14, Sticky is definitely a senior cat, and it sounds like he’s beginning to develop a common senior cat problem: arthritis. Just like us, cats can suffer from stiff, achy joints as they get older. You’re doing a great job of observing his behavior and spotting changes in the way he interacts. Arthritis (typically osteoarthritis, sometimes abbreviated as OA) is progressive, and sometimes not noticeable right away. ere are four key things to watch for:

Running -- Does your cat run with a fast, fluid motion, or in stops and starts?

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Climbing -- Does your cat walk or run confidently on the stairs, or hesitate on each step?

Playing -- Does your cat keep up with the laser pointer, or start to lag behind?

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Republican Primary Election

For all those currently enrolled in the Republican Party in the County of Livingston, New York on Tuesday,

June 25, 2024

SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM

MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM

TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2024: 10:00AM TO 8:00PM

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2024: 10:00AM TO 8:00PM FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2024: 9:00AM TO 5:00PM

Livingston County Voters can vote at the Livingston County Board of Elections, 6 Court Street, Geneseo, NY 14454

All election district poll sites will be open Tuesday, June 25, 2024 from 6am until 9pm

TownandDistrict Location

AVON 1-4 Avon Village Hall, 74 Genesee St. CALEDONIA 1-3 JW Jones Hall, 366 Leicester Rd.

CONESUS 1&2 Conesus Town Hall, 6210 South Livonia Rd.

GENESEO 1-3 St. Mary’s Parish Center, 13 North St.

GENESEO 4 Morgan Estates Comm. Center, 4339 Clear View Rd.

GENESEO 5 SUNY Geneseo - Ball Room, One MacVittie Cir.

GROVELAND 1 & 2 Groveland Town Hall, 4955 Aten Rd.

LEICESTER 1 Cuylerville Fire Department, 2943 Canandaigua St.

LIMA 1 & 2 Lima Town Hall, 7329 E. Main St.

LIVONIA 1-5 Lakeville Fire Training Grounds, 5939 Stone Hill Rd.

MT. MORRIS 1-3 Mt. Morris Central School Gym, 30 Bonadonna Ave.

N. DANSVILLE 1-4 North Dansville Town Hall, 14 Clara Barton St.

NUNDA 1 & 2 Nunda Fire Hall, 4 S State St.

OSSIAN 1 Ossian Town Hall, 4706 Ossian Hill Rd.

PORTAGE 1 Portage Town Hall, 2 North Church St., Hunt

SPARTA 1 Sparta Community Center, 7351 State Rte 256

SPRINGWATER 1 Springwater Fire Dept., 8145 S. Main St.

W. SPARTA 1 West Sparta Town Hall, 8302 Kysorville-Byersville Rd.

YORK 1 & 2 York Town Hall, 2668 Main St.

For questions about voting in Livingston County, please contact the Board of Elections at (585) 243-7090 or (585) 335-1705.

https://www.livingstoncounty.us/123/Board-of-Elections Livingston County Board of Elections David M. DiPasquale, Gary J. Nageldinger, Election Commissioners

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Byron Bergen Public Library

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Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 10-1 & 2-7; Fri. 10-6; Sat. 10-1

Caledonia Library

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

Chili Public Library

3237 Chili Avenue, Rochester www.chililibrary.org (585) 889-2200

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 (585) 293-2009

Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 11-5; Tues., Thurs. 11-9; Sat. 10-2

Scottsville Free Library

28 Main Street, Scottsville (585) 889-2023

Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 10-5; Tues., Thurs. 1-8; Sat. 10-1

Here’s what’s happening at your local library…

NEWMANRIGALIBRARY: SummerReadingGamebeginsat NewmanRigaLibraryonThursday, June27.MayukwaKashiwawillbe herewithhisAfricanDrummingprogramat2:00pm.Gameisopento childrenfromPre-KthroughGrade 12.Forquestionsandmoreinformationcallthelibraryat293-2009and checkourFacebookpage.

AVON

Chicken&BiscuitsDinner -Join theAmericanLegionPost294on Wednesday,June26,4-7pmfora deliciousmealofChicken&Biscuits,Salad,andDessert.TakeOut orEatIn.Cost:$12donation.Proceeds:AmericanLegionPost294, 5480Avon-EastAvonRoad,Avon.

BATAVIA

FreeCommunityEvent&Concert: June22nd6-9pm,Austin Park,Batavia.Thiseventwasorganizedtoraiseawarenessofthe ongoingcrisisofaddiction,overdose,&violenceandtomakepeopleawareoftheresourcesthatare availabletothem.Joinspecial guestsNickyGraciousalongwith JoeNesterwhowillprovidemusic andtestimonialsbasedontheir journeyinactiverecovery.Come andbeinspiredbythosewhohave beendownandoutandhave turnedtheirlivesaround.Inthe parktherewillbeagenciesand organizationspresentingresources andinformationonwhattheyhave toofferandhowtheycanhelp.

“HeavenlyTraditionsandHoly Matrimony: WeddingsThrough Time,”isanexhibitthatwilltake youthroughdecadesofwedding dressstyles,andtraditions.This exhibitwillshowhowoneofthe mostsacredeventsforacouplehas changedthroughdecadesandeven centuries.Variousinfluencesand societalchangesareattheheartof thetraditionsandeventsthathold weddingstoday.Comeviewitems fromthe19thcenturythroughthe 20thcentury,thatrepresentdifferenterasandhowwehave endedupwiththeweddingsthat weknowtoday.Theexhibitwillbe ondisplayduringnormalmuseum hoursfromMay16ththrough December31st.http://www. hollandlandoffice.com

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HLOMJavawithJoeE.:Ryan Duffy, “Agrarian Oppositiontothe HollandLandCompany”-Bythe HollandLandOfficeMuseumon Thursday,June27th,9am.Our Director,RyanDuffy,willbe presentingonthe“AgrarianOppositiontotheHollandLandCompany,”whichdetailstheconventionsestablishedinthelate1810s throughthe1830sacrossWestern NewYorkinoppositiontothe policiesperceptiontotheHolland LandCompany.Admissionisfree withcoffeeandcookies.Please contactthemuseumat 585-343-4727or hollandlandoffice@gmail.comif youwouldliketoattend. ThankyoutoPubHubCoffeefor sponsoringJavawithJoefor2024.

BROCKPORT

BrockportSymphonyOrchestra Summer PopsConcert- Sunday, June23,4PM,FirstPresbyterian ChurchofBrockport,35StateSt., Brockport.DirectedbyJonathan Allentoff,thisfamilyconcertwill featurevocalartistsMaryWojciechowskiandMichaelDeLucaandviolinsoloistEloiseFadial.Includes BroadwayandHollywoodfavorites, folksongs,andatributetothe 100thbirthdayofHenryMancini. Madepossiblewithsupportfrom theVillageofBrockportandfunds fromtheStatewideCommunity RegrantsProgram,aregrantprogramoftheNYSCouncilonthe ArtswiththesupportoftheOffice oftheGovernorandtheNYSLegislatureandadministeredbythe GeneseeValleyCouncilontheArts. www.brockportsymphony.org.

BYRON

MockingbirdFarmSanctuary Service Adventure- Youareinvitedtoenjoyaprivatefarmtour withthefounderofMockingbird FarmSanctuaryandavolunteer opportunitytoweedandtidyup thefarm’sbelovedmemorialgarden.Nopriorfarmexperienceis required.Bringawaterbottleand wearyourcomfortablework clothesandshoes!HeldJune29, 12-2pmattheMockingbirdFarm Sanctuary,5978UpperHolleyRd., Byron.Toreserveyourspot,contactBataviaFirstPresbyterian Churchatfpcbatavia@fpcbatavia. orgor585-343-0505.

MOMENTS IN TIME

* On June 22, 1944, President Franklin Roosevelt signs the G.I. Bill, giving returning World War II veterans a range of benefits, including money for college tuition, living expenses and books. (The History Channel)

It’s a cruel season that makes you get ready for bed while it’s light out. ~Bill Watterson

CORFU

80thAnnualStrawberrySocialWe arehavingour80thAnnual StrawberrySocialatIndianFalls GlobalMethodistChurch(7908 AlleghanyRd.,Corfu)onWednesday,June26,2024.Wewillbe sellingourFamousBBQchicken dinner-1/2chicken,saltpotatoes, bakedbeans,rollw/butter,and drink-from4pm’tilsoldoutat $15/perdinner.Inadditionwewill besellinghotdogs,aswellasa varietyofstrawberrydesserts including;StrawberryShortcake& icecream.Therewillbeabakesale from3:30pm-6:00pm,withanauctiontoendtheevening,startingat 6:00pm.

ELBA

ElbaBettermentCommittee Summer MusicSeries! FivesummerconcertsinTheElbaVillage Park.July11,listentoTrolls2.0. IslandsHawaiianGrill,TheOriginal RedOsierRestaurant,IceCream andChill,BlueGrooveCoffeeand LoganberryandCircleBWinery providingfoodandbeverages starting5:30.Musicstarts6:30,so comeandpickoutagreatspoton thelawn.The50/50rafflewillbeto supporttheOpenHeartsClubFood PantryatElbaCentralSchool.You areencouragedtobringanonperishablefoodorhygieneitem. Wewillbesellingticketsforour giant50/50allsummer,foryour chancetowinupto$5000.

LAKEVILLE

FriendsandFamiliesMuscular Disorder FoundationPresents ARTS,CRAFTS,ANDMOREONTHE LAKEFAIRonSaturday,July6, 2024from10am-4pm.Unique Crafts,Vendors,Gifts,RaffleBaskets,BBQFoodVendor.TheLivingstonCountySheriffDepartment willbestoppingbyforafewhours forafreechildseatinstallation inspection.

LEROY

MaryLand-aHavenforHorses Open HouseandBasketRaffle8132W.BergenRd.,LeRoyon Saturday,JUNE22,2024at11AM4PM.Comeonoutforsomegreat raffles,meet&greetthebeautiful horsesandhavesomelunchonus (hotdogs,chipsanddrinks).Treat bagsforthehorses.Allproceedsgo tothehorsesfortheupkeepof theirhome.Pleasecomeseewhat weareallabout!

25thAnnualLeRoyAlumniBanquet - Opentoalumniwhohave celebrated50ormoreyears,their spouses&spousesofdeceased alumni.July12th,12-4pm,Our LadyofMercyHall(HolyFamily SchoolHall/Gym),44LakeSt.,LeRoy.Forinformationpleasecall RoseScottat585-768-7534or emailPatIamonatpiamon@gmail. com.

OAKFIELD

ChairYoga - EveryThursdayfrom 10:00a.m.to11:00a.m.Opento all!Allequipmentisprovided!No RegistrationRequired!Walkinand joinus!TheGOOSECommunity Center,33SouthMainStreet,Oakfield.http://www. warriorhouseofwny.com

OBCDA2ndAnnualOakfield Box CarDerby- WANTED:Boys andGirlsages7-13toraceinour eventJuly27th,2024.Racingbeginsat12PMonBennettAve. HURRYANDREGISTERasspotsare fillingupquick.Wehave32openings,firstcomefirstserve.We providethecarparts,basiccar buildingskillsandlotsoffun.Prizes forall.Registrationfee$25.To registerpleasecallScott@ 716-218-6000.

55+SeniorLuncheon- Join uson Thursday,JUNE27at11:30amat thePavilionFireHall.Pleasebring yourplate,utensils,drinkanddish topass.Nodesserts.EverySeniorin surroundingareasarewelcome. PAVILION

RETSOF

Large,MultiFamilyYardSale! Sponsored bytheCongregationof YorkBaptistChurch,York.Held FridayandSaturday,June21&22 from9:30-4:30pmat3676Retsof Rd.inRetsof.AcrossfromthePost Office,closetothecornerofRt.63.

LeRoy Farmers Market

Trigon Park, Leroy

Every Saturday Rain or Shine 9am-12:30pm Local Produce, Meats, Eggs, Breads, Pastries and Desserts

ROCHESTER

Weaver’sGuildofRochester Holiday Sale2024- TheWeavers’ GuildofRochester(WGR)invites youtoattendourAnnualHoliday SaleatthehistoricPerkins Mansion/AAUW,494EastAvenue, Rochester.Areafiberartistspresent one-of-a-kindcreationsforsale. Scarves,Blankets,Hats,Mittens, Rugs,Towels,Clothingandmore willbeavailable.Allitemsarehandmadebythefiberartistsofthe WGR.HolidaySaleTimes:Saturday, November2,2024from11am6pm Sunday,November3,2024from 11am-3pm.Admissionisfree.Parkinginthebackofthebuilding,and inthePrinceStreetLot.Finduson: WGRWebsite:https://www. weaversguildofrochester.org. Facebook:Weavers’GuildofRochester.Instagram:#weaversguildofrochester.

Protecting Honeybees

Honeybees and other bees require some sort of shelter. Dead trees and plants provide adequate shelter, so don’t be so tempted to pull out all of the undergrowth in the name of aesthetics.

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PetAdoptionNetworkOpen House - Ourmissionasanonprofit andno-killorganizationistorescue homelesscatsandkittens,obtain veterinarycareforthem.Allcats andkittensinourprogramlivein fosterhomesuntilthey’rereadyfor adoption.Alladoptablefostercats andkittenshavebeenspayed/ neutered,combotested,andwill haveageappropriatevaccines.Currentlyouradoptioncenterisopen Sunday’sonly-Noonto4:00pmat 4261CulverRoad,Rochester.Can’t gettoourcenterduringopen hours?Call585-338-9175and leaveamessage.Wewillarrange appointmentstobringadopters andkittiestogether.Price:Kittens $200;Cats$150;Seniors$100.

YORK

69thYork-LeicesterFieldDay and Fireworks willbeheldon Friday,July5th,2024startingat7 pm,YorkCentralSchoolgrounds Routes63&36intheTownof York.Freeadmission,handicap accessible,games,prizes,music, facepainting,refreshmentsanda spectacularfireworksdisplayat dusk!Schoolrulesprohibitpets, smoking,andalcoholicbeverages ontheschoolgrounds.Sponsored eachyearbyYOURdonations.Rain date:July6th.FormoreinformationcallConnieat243-4042.

Online POLL

According to the EPA, heat waves occur more often than they used to, durations lengthening and frequency tripling in the past 60 years. How are you dealing with the higher temperatures?

- Using air conditioning and fans

- Avoiding outdoor activities

- Visiting public places with air conditioning

- Keeping windows and blinds closed during the day

- Adjusting work hours to cooler times of the day

- Seeking shade or cooler areas when outside Poll

What kind of activities do you prefer to do on Father’s Day?

10.0% Outdoor activities (e.g., hiking, fishing)

30.0% Barbecuing or cooking

10.0% Watching movies or TV shows

50.0% Relaxing at home

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Fair Housing Statement

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.

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

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

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www.CedarStreetOnline.com “A Clark Family Business” Owned and Operated by Your Friends and Neighbors Since 1993. 111 Cedar Street, Batavia, NY 14020 585-343-4899 M-F: 7am-5:30pm, Sat.: 7am-4pm Sunday... Closed but we will see you at church! *Offer applies to Cub Cadet PRO Series mowers at participating dealers and online at cubcadet.com for shipments only in the 48 contiguous states. Contact your local dealer to find out if offer is available. Offer valid 6/1/2024-6/30/2024 or while quantities last. Cannot be combined with any other discount or offer (except fleet program discount) and does not apply to shipping or handling. If you return the merchandise, the value of this promotion is not refunded or credited to your account. Does not apply to prior or future purchases. No cash value, except where prohibited. Promotion is subject to change. Other restrictions may apply. See cubcadet.com for details. Commercial products are intended for professional use.

July 13th & 14th, 2024

Free Play Area

Inflatable Obstacle Course

Mr.Scribbles

Bounce House

Cara Weinman Dance/movement class

Free Face Painting

Bubble Show

Reptile Show

Scavenger Hunt

Balloon Animals

The Art of Mandy Painting Classes

Magic Show

Mini Golf

Parade - Saturday 11am Live Music Both Days

Food

Lots of Vendors

Duck Pluck

Dunk Booth Fishing Derby

‘Yoga’ is a Sanskrit word that means the union of individual and cosmic consciousness.

The result of this union is the harmony of the body, mind, and soul.

It is a day to commemorate the importance of yoga for the wellness of the body and mind. Yoga combines spiritual, mental, and physical practices that have their roots in ancient India. Yoga is a practice that can bring peace and tranquility to the mind and help us deal with the plights of day-to-day life and daily suffering.

1.7 MILLION

36 MILLION HELP HER FIND HER WAY TO YOGA CLASS! Americans claim to do yoga

The Yoga mat was invented in 1982. REALLY?

REGU- LARLY!

The number of American children under 17 who practice yoga.

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SEPARATED BY CRISIS, REUNITED BY VOLUNTEERS

(NAPSI)—Each year, armed conflicts and natural disasters wreak havoc on a global scale. Yet even after the immediate crisis passes, the devastation can last much longer— particularly when families are torn apartamidstcircumstanceandchaos.

In these cases, family members are often left with few resources and no sense of where to begin their quest to find their missing loved ones. Fortunately, there is a worldwide organization that works to reconnect families who have been separated by internationalcrises.

The American Red Cross—part of the world’s largest humanitarian network— offers free and confidential services, strivingtoreconnectlovedoneswhen:

• Families are separated as a result of international conflict, disaster, migration or other humanitarian emergency.

• Families have already tried normal channels of communication to reconnect.

• The family member making the inquiry is a relative who had been in direct contact with the sought personbeforethecrisisoccurred.

Across international boundaries, the organization offers a beacon of hope for families to be reunited.And though the process can take time, Red Cross volunteers do everything in their power—from phone calls and online searches, to in-person interviews and worldwide travel—to fulfill families’ hopes.

“These people have broken hearts,” said Fidele, a Red Cross volunteer from Burundi who was previously reunited with his father after a 20year search. “We ask questions about what their loved one looks like or where they last lived to help us with our search. These questions bring them back to the time they were forced to separate from their families.”

Little Words, Big Impact

Theorganizationalsomakesitpossible fordisplacedindividualstoreachoutto their families—even half a world away. The family messages transmitted by the American Red Cross can be very brief, but the three short words—“I am alive”—maybeallthatisneededtoease themindsof distraughtlovedones.

To begin a search, contact your local Red Cross chapter—the critical link in your community to the global Red Cross Red Crescent network. You can also call the free national helpline at (844)782-9441.

From Latin America and Africa to Asia and Europe, the American Red Cross helps people in some of the world’s most at-risk communities. This work is powered by the generosity of volunteers and donors. To learn more visitredcross.org/international.

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STRANGE BUT TRUE By Lucie

* Ever wonder why there’s no period in “Dr Pepper”? It was removed because the old logo font made it look like “Di: Pepper.” Beautiful smiles enhance self-confidence & self-esteem.

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TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH

Can Sciatica Be Relieved Through Steriod Shots?

DEAR DR. ROACH: I am wondering what the best treatment is for sciatic pain. Would a steroid shot help? The pain is behind my knee, down the outside of my leg, and now on my foot. -- J.F.

ANSWER: “Sciatica” is a general term for a process that compresses the nerve roots, which causes symptoms such as pain, numbness, tingling, and a loss of reflexes. The sciatic nerve supplies much of the innervation to the leg. The area that you describe is most likely the first sacral nerve (S1), and pain here is most frequently caused by disc herniation at the L5-S1 space. This can cause acute symptoms that are often quite severe.

Initial treatment is usually conservative, consisting of anti-inflammatories and avoiding activities that worsen pain. While bed rest was sometimes prescribed, it is seldom necessary for more than a day or two, and many people actually feel better when they are up and about. After a week, most people are able to do light activity, and I tell my patients neither to push themselves to do more than they can, nor force themselves to rest if they feel OK with light activity.

Steroids have certainly been used in this situation, and they are injected into the epidural space by an expert who uses imaging. Although there is a slight improvement in pain around three months among those who are treated with epidural steroids, there was no longer a benefit found around six months. This means that you get better only a little faster than normal at the cost of a small risk from the injection. If a person isn’t recovering well within a few weeks, I often refer them to physical therapy. If they aren’t getting benefit at all (or they are getting worse), then it is time to find out what the cause is with an MRI and a referral to an expert.

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HEALTHY COOKING TECHNIQUES

WHEN A TOOTH DIES

Underneath the layer of protective enamel, a tooth is a living organism with nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissue. If a tooth is damaged and the blood supply is limited or cut off, it can cause the tooth to die. A dead tooth should be treated immediately because it can become infected and affect your gums, jaw, and other teeth. The term “dead tooth” is somewhat of a misnomer because, when treated in time, the tooth’s pulp is still alive, and it can be saved with a root canal and a filling or crown. When a dead tooth has significant damage, it may need to be extracted and can then be replaced with a bridge, denture, or implant.

Losing a tooth, especially to poor oral hygiene, is an eye-opening

experience, one that often leads to a vow to be better at home care. To help maintain a healthy oral profile for a lifetime, keep in mind that annual checkups keep teeth happy and healthy. For quality, compassionate care from a team of highly trained, professional individuals, we welcome your call at BATAVIA FAMILY DENTAL, 585.343.4246. We’re located at 6 Batavia City Centre. We accept most insurances.

P.S. A painful or discolored tooth may be the sign of a dying tooth. Tooth decay, oral injuries, and using your teeth to open things can all cause a dead or dying tooth.

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. © 2024 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved www.bataviafamilydental.com

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WHAT CAUSES EATING DISORDERS?

Cultural beauty standards. Men and women may believe they have to look a certain way to be considered attractive or accepted in society. Feeling the need to be a certain weight or body shape may influence how one eats or exercises to the point of extremes.

Do you have HEEL pain or ARCH pain?

HEEL SPUR SYNDROME/PLANTAR FASCIITIS

is a common problem among people who are active. It starts as a dull intermittent pain in the heel and progresses to a sharp persistent pain. Classically, it is worse in the morning with the first few steps, after sitting, after standing or after walking.

• Plantar fasciitis often begins with irritation and tearing of the fibrous band of tissue on the bottom of the foot, which may eventually result in the formation of a heel spur.

• Contributing factors: Flat pronated feet, high arched feet, poor shoe support, increased age, sudden weight increase, increased activity level, family tendency.

• 95% of our patients’ symptoms are resolved with conservative treatment, avoiding surgical intervention.

• We also offer surgical procedures with the best post op success rates using Endoscopic Plantar Fasciotomy techniques (minimal incisions and scarring; often back in a shoe in 1 week).

ADVANCED PODIATRY ASSOCIATES

Joseph Canzoneri, DPM

Benjamin Heddy, DPM

2 State Street, Batavia • 585-343-8150

Mon., urs., Fri. 8am-5pm; Tues. 11am-8pm.

In-office Fluoroscan • Handicapped Accessible. Advanced Lower Extremity Wound Care Diabetic Care, Limb/Foot Salvage & Foot Surgery/Trauma

The luxury of all summer’s sweet sensation is to be found when one lies at length in the warm,

grass, soaked with sunshine, aware of regions of blossoming clover and of a

heaven filled with the hum of innumerous bees. ~Harriet E. Prescott, The Atlantic Monthly, August 1865

Magic Maze CLOSE TOGETHER

REASONS TO GET AN AIR FRYER

Great for small meals: Air fryers cannot cook large batches, which makes them ideal for singletons or empty nesters who do not want to make large quantities of food.

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A number of used QUART BASKETS, both cardboard and wooden, and a few market baskets. York. 585-243-3965

SILVERWARE (two sets), not complete sets. Spencerport. beatlebert@juno.com

60’ STOCKADE TYPE 6’ TALL FENCE. You take down and you can have it. Text 585 259 6106

8’ x 10’ SHED with windows. Needs TLC. You haul away. Currently used as chicken coop. Text 585-905-6172

DAFFODIL BULBS. You dig. Fairport. 585-388-0318

RECORD ALBUMS – 33s, 45s & 78s. A variety of music genre – a little bit of everything. Oakfield. 585-948-5632

UMBRELLA STAND – new. You pick up. Fairport. 585-943-7103

SOFA SLEEPER, nice shape. Will need pickup truck and two men. Remarkllib@aol.com

SCRAP METAL - 3 old dryers. Needs to be moved up one flight of stairs from basement. 585-392-7618

KING BED FRAME with head and baseboard, wood and wrought iron. Free standing ELECTRIC RANGE w/convection oven. 585-362-9351

OVER THE DOOR TOWEL RACK. Clifton Springs. 315-879-2970

Blue Broyhill COUCH, padded with wooden frame. Excellent condition. Must pick up ASAP. 585-412-6138

REDWOOD SWING SET – two swings, slide, crawl through barrel, climbing wall, picnic table, and fort. You dismantle. Pick up Wadsworth. 585-245-8234

EXERCISE BIKE and WEIGHTS. Wadsworth. 585-245-8234

About 10lbs of FABRIC SCRAPS – satin, taffeta, and brocades. No large pieces. Pavilion area. 585-584-3015

BALES OF HAY. Hilton area. 585-637-9709

Original packaging: 4’ & 7’ NASAL CANNULA, Nebulizer Tech

Nebulizer/inhalation/exhalation valve, mouthpiece, green oxygen tubing. Leave a message please. Batavia 585-343-5957

Two WINDOWS - 1 double, crank-out, 40” H x 40” W and 1 Single, crank-out, 40” H x 24” W. Call or Text 585-217-6811

ARTIFICIAL 6’ CHRISTMAS TREE. Lights left on. Pick up, Newark. 315-331-1774

LIFT CHAIR in good working condition for elderly person. Will pick up. 585-749-7523

PORTABLE COUNTERTOP DISHWASHER. 585-267-6129

Working DRYER, CAT FOOD - wet or dry! PAINT (beige, white, grey, or any light colors). 585-820-3948

EXERCISE BIKE in good working condition. Livonia, Geneseo area. 585-415-4336

GAMING/CODING COMPUTER for recent high school graduate. Trying to make way into tech field. 585-729-1259

Eight pieces of SMOOTH 8’ ALUMINUM SIDING at least 8’ long. Lv msg. 315-331-0247

Looking for MASSAGE TABLE for disabled person. 585- 297-9273

Round ALUMINUM STATE TRAYS and a BAG ON WHEELS. 585-507-8788

WANTED - Collector/Restorer Old Computers and Keyboards Apple II, Tandy, Amiga, etc. Old Nintendo/Computer games NES Super Nintendo N64 GameCube Gameboy. 585-883-5334

MAILBOX for a church garden. Mary 585-293-1874

FIREPLACE, wood burning, “corner.” In useable or repairable condition. 585-202-1991

MODELS - Built or Unbuilt. Automotive, Military, Aviation, Ships, etc. Parts and pieces okay. Looking for projects, restore. 585-314-6989

ELECTRIC STOVE in good shape and FREE WEIGHT BENCH SET. Will pick up. 585-729-1259

RIDING LAWN MOWER in good working condition and a MINI SILO. 585-394-0336

FREE WEIGHTS and BAR. Can pick up. Call or text: 585-478-8880

YEARBOOKS from the Irondequoit and Webster High Schools from the ‘40s and ‘50s. mayorbumper@hotmail.com

‘70s VINTAGE SNOWMOBILE or parts for restoration project. Call or text 585-733-2026

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Here’s A Tip

• To clean out your coffee grinder in order to use it for spices, add about a half-cup of white rice, then pulverize it. Repeat until scent is gone and rice powder comes out clean.

• It’s food-smart to separate utensils and cutting boards used for veggies, meats, poultry, etc. Here’s a handy chef’s trick: Color code. Paint a different color stripe down the edge of cutting boards and around the handle of utensils for each variety: green for veggies, yellow for poultry and red for beef.

Hocus Focus

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Cu ivating Inclusion and Purpose:

THE INSPIRING JOURNEY OF JENNYRAE BRONGO AND HOMESTEADS FOR HOPE O

Nestled

historic Erie Canal on Rochester’s west side, lies a 55-acre sanctuary known as Homesteads for Hope Community Farm. is unique haven, where people of all abilities can learn, work, and live together, is the brainchild of Jennyrae Brongo, a visionary entrepreneur and passionate advocate for individuals with disabilities. e farm embodies her dedication to creating an inclusive community, turning her personal challenges into a mission of hope and empowerment.

A er graduating from Spencerport High School in 2007 and earning a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management Engineering from Alfred State College in 2011, Brongo joined her father’s construction business. Her father passed away just two months later, leaving Jennyrae to lead the family business. She transformed their 15-acre gravel pit into Brongo Supply, focusing on construction recycling and landscape supply. Despite her success, her heart was set on a different mission: creating a better life for her family and others raising children with disabilities.

e seed for Homesteads for Hope was planted during a moment of desperation and hope. Her brother, Charles “Chucky” Brongo, has autism, and Jennyrae is full-time guardian for him. Struggling to find suitable services for Chucky a er he graduated to adulthood, Jennyrae and her mother, Luann, spent countless hours seeking solutions. A visit to a nearby farm sparked an idea that would change their lives. Inspired by the therapeutic potential of nature and community, they envisioned a place where individuals with disabilities could find purpose and belonging. Jennyrae and Luann founded Homesteads for Hope in 2013 to create such an inclusive campus offering educational and vocational programs on a public farm.

Homesteads for Hope is not just a farm, though; it’s a community where people grow together. Under Jennyrae’s leadership, the farm has evolved into a vibrant hub that serves over 600 families. e farm offers a range of programs, from vocational training and social engagement to skill development, all designed to empower individuals with disabilities. e community’s support has been instrumental in this journey, transforming the farm into a beacon of inclusion and opportunity. At Homesteads for Hope, “individuals with and without disabilities thrive, finding purpose and belonging through the transformative power of agriculture.”

e farm’s impact is profound. With 17 staff members, over 30 volunteers, and 65 full-time apprentices, Homesteads for Hope provides a lifeline for families navigating the challenges of raising children with disabilities. e programs offered at the farm help individuals transition from childhood to adulthood, fostering independence and confidence through hands-on learning and community involvement.

One of Brongo’s proudest achievements is the completion of the Forever Homestead, a 6,500-square-foot community center housed in a renovated 200-year-old estate. is project, completed just before the grand opening in October 2023, provides classrooms, a teaching kitchen, offices, and residential space, serving as the heart of the community. e center’s grand opening was a testament to the power of hope and community, welcoming over 1,000 guests and marking a significant milestone in Homesteads for Hope’s journey.

Brongo’s vision for Homesteads for Hope continues to expand. Her immediate goal for 2024 is to close the gap on a $2.5 million fundraising campaign, which will secure the farm’s future and support the development of inclusive residential housing on the property. is ambitious project aims to provide a much-needed living space for individuals with disabilities, further enhancing the farm’s mission of inclusion and empowerment. She emphasizes her personal goal “to ensure my brother and our farm family have everything they need, and then maybe [she’ll] consider slowing down a bit.”

Brongo is deeply involved in every aspect of the organization, from strategic planning and community outreach to program development and hands-on farm work. She thanks everyone who works on the farm and supports its mission.

Homesteads for Hope stands as a testament to Brongo’s vision, offering a model of inclusion and empowerment that transforms lives and inspires hope. As the farm continues to grow, so does the legacy of love and community Brongo and her family have cultivated, proving that with determination and a shared vision, anything is possible.

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We were at [restaurant] in Avon this morning. When we were getting ready to leave and pay our bill, the waitress told us the young man seated at the table nearby paid our bill. We are an older couple and thought it was a wonderful gesture for this young man to do. You have no idea what that meant to us. We just came back from an appointment and we normally sit in the same spot, and it was such a nice thing for the young man to do. Thank you, and God bless!

To the person complaining about others mowing between 7am and 9pm, claiming it is unreasonable to mow during those times, most towns and cities have noise ordinances that allow those kinds of activities from those hours. When you factor in some blocks have 30+ houses that all need mowing, of course you’re going to hear mowing all of the time. It's a part of what summer is! Most towns also have a law about the height of grass, so mowing is necessary, and also helps keep the growing tick population at bay. So I'm sorry that people are following their local regulations.

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Shout out to Ben Burgess who was nice enough to put my spare tire on when I got a flat in Shortsville, NY. I am not from the area so I did not know anyone personally I could call and although I tried calling several service stations in the area they were all busy and I was stuck. Ben was definitely a lifesaver as I had a couple of appointments in Irondequoit that afternoon that I had to keep and thanks to Ben I made them both.

They put in water lines throughout [local town]. They then "fixed" the huge crevices they made in the roads but didn't even make sure they were even with the existing road. There is one spot that is so bad that they have to keep filling it with gravel to make it easier to cross in your vehicle. Why not just fix them properly?! If you're going to mess the roads up for a project you should be held accountable to fix them properly when you're done.

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What time of year is best to prune everything? Are different times/seasons are best for different plants?

Whenitcomestopruning,thebesttimeof year varies depending on the specific plant and its growth habits. Different plants have different pruning requirements, and timing is crucial to ensure optimal health and growth. Here’s a general guideline for pruning different types of plants throughout the year:

1. Deciduous Trees and Shrubs: Late winter or early spring, before new growth begins, is usually the best time to prune deciduous trees and shrubs. Pruning during this period allows for better visibility of the plant’s structure and promotes vigorous growth in the upcoming season. However, it is important to avoid

from Cornell Cooperative Extension, Livingston County

pruningduringfreezingtemperaturesorwhen the plant is actively flowering.

2. Evergreen Trees and Shrubs: Evergreen plants can be pruned throughout the year, but the best time is typically in early spring before new growth starts.This timing allows the plant to recover quickly and minimizes the risk of damage from extreme weather conditions. Light pruning can also be done in late summer to maintain shape and remove any dead or diseased branches.

3. Flowering Shrubs and Trees: The timing of pruning flowering shrubs and trees depends on whether they bloom on old wood or new wood. Plants that bloom on old wood, such as lilacs and azaleas, should be pruned immediately after they finish flowering. This ensures that you don’t remove the flower buds

for the next season. For plants that bloom on new wood, like hydrangeas, it’s best to prune them in late winter or early spring before new growth emerges.

4. Fruit Trees: Pruning fruit trees is usually done during late winter or early spring while the trees are still dormant. This timing allows for better control of the tree’s shape, improves fruit production, and reduces the risk of disease.It’s important to follow specific pruning techniques for each type of fruit tree to maximize yield and maintain overall tree health.

5. Perennials and Herbaceous Plants: Perennials and herbaceous plants can be pruned at various times throughout the year depending on their growth habit and flowering pattern. Generally, it is best to

prune these plants in early spring before new growth emerges or in late fall after they have finished flowering. Removing dead or spent flowers, known as deadheading, can also encourage prolonged blooming and tidy up the appearance of the plants.

Remember, these guidelines are general recommendations, and it’s always best to research the specific pruning requirements for eachplant in your landscape. By understanding the best time to prune different plants, you can promote healthy growth, enhance aesthetics, and ensure the overall vitality of your garden. Additionally, pruning is a tool to help promote health and well-being, not as a means to make a plant work in a location where it isn’t suited. “Right plant,rightplace”shouldalways beemployed.

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