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become more of a challenge. First, where plants are close together and fairly tall, they will hide small bits of clover so that if you are not too obsessive, perhaps you can tolerate some amount of it. Of course, an abundance of clover and other weeds rob your perennials of moisture and nutrients, so it is important to keep these uninvited guests to a minimum. You might try putting down several layers of newspaper where there is room, wetting it down, and covering it with 2 or 3 inches of mulch. Eventually the newspaper will decompose, but it is a great alternative to using landscape cloth and easier to manage in small spaces between plants. Another suggestion, dig or pull out the clover (and I know that the purple clover is annoying since it doesn’t pull out as easily Mature gardens tend to fill up with weeds as as the green), then sprinkle a pre-emergent the perennials grow and spread over time. herbicide such as Preen in the freshly weedIt certainly makes weeding and mulching ed area, following the directions on the con-

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Genesee County Office for the Aging People 60 and over are invited to attend senior citizen noon meals in Genesee County. To make or cancel reservations, please call: Batavia, 343-1611; Havenwood, 344-1260; Bethany, 356-5622; Corfu, 599-3248; Leisuretimers, 542-5984

Week of: Aug. 19-Aug. 23, 2019 Wednesday: (Batavia, East Bethany, & Havenwood) Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes Peas, WW Bread, Applesauce Thursday: (Corfu, Havenwood, & Leisuretimers) Cold Meal Vit. C Juice, Roast Beef/Rye Bread 3 Bean Salad, Hawaiian Dessert Friday: (Batavia & Havenwood) Cheese Tortellini/Meat Sauce Broccoli Florets, Multigrain Bread/Butter, Diced Pears Monday: (Batavia & Havenwood) Vitamin C Juice, Sliced Ham Sweet Potatoes, Lima Beans MG Bread, Ice Cream Cup Tuesday: (Havenwood & Leisuretimers) Veal Parmesan, Brown Rice Cauliflower, MG Bread, Fruit Cocktail

STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver In the language known as Ewe, spoken by some natives of West Africa, the concepts of "yesterday" and "tomorrow" are expressed by the same word. If you were to translate that word literally into English, you'd come up with "not now."


Safeguard Your Smile, Wherever You Go (NAPSI) - Smile. It’s vacation time, and there are so many paths to fun and adventure close to home. Try winding your way through the Wisconsin Dells water parks or sailing Lake Superior. So pack your bags, and don’t forget your toothbrush-healthy teeth and gums don’t take a vacation. To help, here are some toothsome tips to protect your oral health en route. Before you go: Now is a good time to think of your last regular dental checkup. If you can’t recall, you might want to check in with your dentist and look for any imminent problems. If you take care of them before you go, it’ll be easier to keep the fun flowing. Have toothbrush, will travel: Whether you’re road-tripping or hopping on a flight, your oral hygiene routine shouldn’t take a backseat to fun. Steer clear of dental troubles with regular brushing and flossing. Visit the travel toiletries section of a drug or discount store. You’ll find plenty of essentials to keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy on the go, including travel-sized toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss. Especially handy for long flights or camping: disposable mini toothbrush packs. They don’t require water or toothpaste and fit easily into tiny purses, too. Go ahead, vent (your toothbrush). Moist environments breed bacteria, so keep your toothbrush as dry as possible while on the go. A vented toothbrush carrier will do the trick. When you reach your destination, take your toothbrush out of its case so it can dry thoroughly. Keep it away from the sink and at least several feet from the toilet. (Flushing makes bacteria airborne.) Water you waiting for? Everyone should have a personal water bottle that’s easy to hold and carry. You’ll be less tempted by sodas and sugary drinks that aren’t very sweet to your teeth, and more likely to drink water. “Drinking water, especially fluoridated water, helps reduce cavities and protects precious tooth enamel by washing away harmful acids and bacteria,” explained Dr. Fred Eichmiller, Vice President and Chief Science Officer for Delta Dental of Wisconsin. “And if you add ice to cool down your drink, don’t chew it. Ice cubes can crack open fillings-which can crash the best vacation plans.” Swish, rinse, repeat: If you can’t brush after indulging in sticky, sweet treats (such as s’mores), just swish. Keep water nearby while you’re traveling. Dr. Eichmiller encourages patients to make a habit of swishing after meals in any case to clear lingering food particles from your mouth. Brace for emergencies: If you or anyone you’re traveling with has orthodontia, it’s smart to pack some dental wax. If a bracket or wire pops loose, the wax will protect your gums and mouth from injury until you can see your orthodontist. Do you develop canker sores from spicy or salty indulgences? Then remember to pack a small tube of benzocaine (over-the-counter topical anesthetic). Applying ice or rinsing with warm salt water can also help. Gum’s the word: Sugar-free gum can be a lifesaver after meals on the go, especially if you can’t brush away food particles. Gum chewing greatly increases the production of saliva, which can help reduce tooth decay. It can also satisfy your sweet tooth, so you can say no to snacks that are high in sugar. The best vacation photos are the ones in which everybody’s smiling. So keep these tooth-saving tips in mind wherever you wander-and enjoy. You don’t have to let dental difficulties take a bite out of your vacation enjoyment.


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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On Aug. 25, 1835, the start of a six-part series announcing the discovery of life on the moon appears in the New York Sun newspaper. Sales of the paper soared as readers believed the tales about unicorns, two-legged beavers and furry, winged humanoids. Even Yale University scientists were fooled. On Aug. 24, 1873, William Henry Jackson takes the first photographs of Colorado’s elusive Mount of the Holy Cross, providing reliable proof of its existence. The phenomenon formed after thousands of years of erosion of two deep ravines, which by sheltering winter snow from the sun created a perfect cross.

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• Were you embarrassed this summer to wear sandals or go barefoot because of thick, yellow nails? Now’s the time to get treatment. • If left untreated, fungal toenails can cause: recurring athlete’s foot, infected ingrown toenails (requiring surgery) and discomfort wearing shoes, not to mention their unsightly appearance. • Patients with diabetes, poor circulation, and numbness to their feet can develop more serious complications. • There are safer, new topical medications available to help cure fungal toenails. • A simple one a day pill for 3 months will usually cure fungal toenails within 6-9 months from the start of treatment. • Treatment now may result in clear, thinner nails for the year 2016. • Call now for an appointment to determine if you’re a candidate for this newer treatment.

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Batavia • 2 State Street • 343-8150 STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver Would you rather give up TV or your phone? In a Pew Research poll conducted last year in the United States, only 31 percent of those surveyed said it would be "very hard" to give up TV, while 52 percent said the same thing about their cellphone.

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YOUR CHANCE TO GET EVEN The first thing that someone notices about you is your smile. At a glance, people can tell whether your teeth are discolored, positioned correctly, and evenly aligned. Tooth shape is an underlying factor when it comes to tooth alignment. Teeth that are positioned correctly can still look crooked if they are severely out of shape. Because teeth wear down at different rates, they can be different lengths. Chipped teeth can also make teeth look jagged and uneven. Fortunately, these and other problems can be corrected with a simple cosmetic procedure known as “enameloplasty” (or “tooth reshaping”). By gently removing some of the tooth enamel, the dentist can fix minor imperfections and contour teeth to your satisfaction.

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71-year-old female, and my cholesterol tends to hover around the 240 mark. However, I had to give up bread for several weeks due to oral surgery, and my next blood test results showed my cholesterol had plummeted 40 points, to 206. (I actually had them double-check, since I thought they had given me someone else’s report!) I asked my doctor about this, but he didn’t know of any reason for it to happen. My husband thinks it may have something to do with the yeast. Do you have any ideas? -- R.R. ANSWER: No, I don’t think it’s the yeast; I think it’s because you are eating fewer carbohydrates from bread, which get quickly converted to sugar and enters the blood. Sugar has effects on blood cholesterol (especially on triglycerides). Although a 20 percent drop is higher than the average, it’s not out of the expected range. The other thing that is often forgotten is what you changed your diet to. If you ate overall fewer calories, you may have lost a few pounds, and sometimes that can have a big beneficial effect on cholesterol. It also may be the case that you ate more fiber from vegetables, nuts and fruits, which in itself can help reduce cholesterol. It was wise to double-check, because although the lab only rarely makes mistakes, the level in the body does vary a bit. It’s possible that the 240 was higher than your average and the 206 was lower. Following the trend helps prevent those kinds of errors. ***

DEAR DR. ROACH: There is a lot of information about how much one should exercise that doesn’t seem to apply to seniors. I am a 76-year-old man in acceptable health for my age. I have never fallen, but my balance has declined some. I walk about 30 leisurely minutes a day, but I wouldn’t say any of the walk could be defined as “cardio.” When walking on uneven ground, I use a walking stick. I am active in my yard; I mow my lawns and tend vegetable and flower beds. Is this enough of an exercise regimen? -- L.S. ANSWER: You are doing a lot better than most people who are 76. The optimal for you depends, because your exercise regimen has to work for your life. I can say that people who exercise a bit more than you do (including some work with weights and some more vigorous exercise to get the heart rate up -- that’s what defines “cardio”) are likely to have a slightly lower risk of many diseases; however, it’s very wise to be cautious when you have a balance issue, even if you have never fallen. Using a walking stick is great if it helps you (many people have written to say that they use one or two sticks to help maintain balance). What you don’t want is an exercise regimen that you won’t like to do, because people quickly quit exercising if they aren’t enjoying at least some aspect of it. So, keep doing what you are doing: It will help prevent loss of balance, strength and function. Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ©2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Byron Bergen Public Library 13 S. Lake St., Bergen 585-494-1120 Tues.-Thurs., 10-12 & 2-8, 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., Closed - June, July, August

Chili Public Library 3333 Chili Avenue, Rochester 585-889-2200 • Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 9-9; Fri. 9-5, Except 1st Fri. Ea. Month 11-5 Open Sat. 9-5, Sept.-May Only Open Sun. 1-4, Oct.-April Only

Hollwedel Memorial Library Pavilion (585) 584-8843 Hours: M, W:1-5, 6-8;T, S: 10-12:30; Th: Closed; F: 1-5

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Here’s what’s happening at your local library… Caledonia Library: “Culinary Master Competition: Sandwiches” Monday August 19th from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Tennent Park. You are invited to create your own sandwich recipe and enter in this fun competition. More detailed information is available at the library, as well as a free copy of the “Sandwiches” book! Great summer reads just arrived: Outfox by Sandra Brown, The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware, The Russia Account by Stephen Coonts. Great summer movies just arrived: Tolkien, Project Ithaca, Amazing Grace. Great summer audio books just arrived: Sisters of Summer’s End by Lori Foster, Fatal Inheritance by Rachel Rhys, Drawing Home by Jamie Brenner.

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Chili Public Library: Monday, August 19, Celebrate National Aviation Day! 10am - Family Movie-Enjoy a movie about a young girl and her dad as they work together to teach some motherless birds to fly south for the winter. (PG) 1996- recommended for ages 6 and up. From 1-5pm - All about Airplanes! Stop in to the Ireland Room and have fun with airplanes! Build an airplane with LEGOs, make and decorate a paper airplane (and fly them, of course!), and more! Fun for kids of all ages! Yes, the grownups can make planes too! Fun Fact: Aviation Day is celebrated on August 19 because it’s Orville Wright’s birthday! Wednesday, August 21 - Dementia Conversations: Driving, Doctor Visits, Legal & Financial Planning, 6 pm Please call the Alzheimer’s Association at (585) 760-5400 to register. Join us to learn to decode behavioral messages, identify common behavior triggers, and learn strategies to help intervene with challenges of Alzheimer’s. Hollwedel Memorial Library: KNITTER’S NOOK: Mondays at 6 p.m. Bring your needlework of any type and join in! STORYTIME; Tuesday, August. 20 at 11:00 A.M. ROARING ROCKETS! Join us for stories and activities!! It’s lots of fun! BOOK CLUB; Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. Choose either THE RISE OF THE ROCKETS GIRLS, by Nathalia Holt, or ROCKET MEN, by Robert Kurson. Books are available at the library desk. FINES AMNESTY: July 20-August 17. Return your materials without paying a fine. Get those books back to us! SUMMER READING WRAP UP PIZZA PARTY: Join us on Friday, August 16, from 2-4 p.m. Food, games, give aways and PIZZA!! meanwhile, KEEP READING! SIGN OUT THOSE BOOKS AND WIN MORE TICKETS TO PUT IN THE PRIZE DRAWINGS. YOU CAN WIN!!!! The library Board of Trustees meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m.

ALEXANDER Alexander Class of 1979 40th Class Reunion - Saturday, August 31st. For more information please call (585) 219-4061.

ATTICA Chiavetta’s Chicken BBQ and Basket Raffle: Labor Day - Monday, September 2, (do not have to be present to win). Join us at St. Vincent’s Auditorium, Walnut St., Attica from 11am-2pm (or sold out). $12 includes beverage and dessert. Take Outs Available. Sponsored by Saints Joachim & Anne Parish.

And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer. ~F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Looking for Golfers Entry deadline August 24th Contact Chili Country Club Pro Shop 585-889-9325 Golfers $85 per person. Includes lunch, dinner, prizes & many auctions. Dinner Only $35. For more information, contact Marybeth Fisher 585-781-4323 • email:

BATAVIA GLOW Electronics Collection: Saturday, September 21, 2019, Batavia, NY (Genesee County), 9am-12pm. Open to residents in: Genesee, Livingston & Wyoming Counties ONLY! (No business waste). By Appointment ONLY! LIMITED # OF SPOTS AVAILABLE! CALL ASAP TO RESERVE A SPOT! Call 585-815-7906, 585-344-2580 EXT. 5463, OR 800-836-1154 (for long distance callers). Email: glow@ to make an appointment. Website: www. Acceptable Materials: FREE: Monitors and TVs, computers, printers, keyboards, peripherals, microwaves, etc. (NOTHING WITH REFRIGERANT). Contact the GLOW office for a complete list. *LIMIT OF A TOTAL OF FOUR (4) CRT (TUBE TYPE) TVs and/or CRT MONITORS - No limit on ancillary items. Speak Up Toastmasters - Where Leaders are Made: Are you ready to take your career to the next level? Through Toastmasters, you’ll gain the practice to become the leader and speaker you want to be. You will also sharpen your management skills, become a better negotiator, gain trust and inspire your team. We are accepting applications for new members. Meetings are the 2nd & 4th Tuesday every month @ 7 p.m. 190 Oak St., Batavia (use rear entrance, Emmanuel Baptist Church). Space is limited CALL NOW to reserve your seat today. Guests are always welcome to visit for FREE. http://www. call/text 585-993-0515, or email Walkins welcome.

Crossroads House Benefit at Settler’s! Come Support Our Local Fundraiser! Crossroads House, Batavia. Have a Great Meal at Settler’s Family Restaurant, 353 West Main St., Batavia on Tuesday, August 27 from 4pm-9pm. *The restaurant will make a contribution to this organization equal to 20% of the evenings pre-tax receipts. No coupon necessary. Batavia Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Saturday, September 21, 9amnoon. Hosted by Premier Genesee Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at 278 Bank St., Batavia. While there is no fee to register or participate, we strongly encourage participants to fundraiser to contribute to the cause and the Chapter offers a number of tools and materials to help with fundraising. The Center’s outdoor park offers space to enjoy snacks and refreshments, visit with local vendors, and buy basket and 50/50 raffle tickets, while the roughly 2-mile walk route offers a pleasant stroll through a lovely neighborhood. Register at and start fundraising to earn terrific incentives. Questions: 716-626-0600 or 800-272-3900.

BROCKPORT Chicken BBQ with Potato, Corn & Roll - SATURDAY, AUGUST 25 from Noon till gone (pick up by 5pm), Brockport Vets Club, 222 West Ave., Brockport. Tickets: $10, at the door & presale at the Vets Club. Info.: 637-5012. Sponsored by Sons of the American Legion.

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CALEDONIA Ruth Boyd Ovarian Cancer Crusade - $11 Chicken Barbecue by Punky Curry. Sunday, September 29, 12-3pm, J. W. Jones Hall, 366 Leicester Rd., Caledonia. Proceeds to Benefit: Livingston County Hospice, Erna’s Hope of Rochester and Connie’s Chemo Care Kits of Brockport. Pre-sale tickets available at: Swede’s Special Effects, York; Genesee Country Campground, Caledonia; and The Village Office, Caledonia. Raffle drawings begin at 2:30pm. Take outs available ~ Raffles ~ Vendor Expo. For more information call 585-236-0070 or Email RBOYDOCC@GMAIL.COM. LIKE our Facebook page for more information. Cal-Mum Culinary Master Competition: Sandwiches! Sandwiches! That’s the title of the book that Cal-Mum kids have been reading this summer and now we’re having a community-wide Sandwich Cookoff! All ages welcome youth and adult divisions. Bring your sandwich to be judged, play some games and enjoy an evening of community fun! Youth Division Grand Prize: your sandwich on the menu at the Angry Rooster Deli for a year! August 19, 6pm-8pm, Tennent Park, Pioneer Street, Caledonia. org

CHURCHVILLE Churchville United Methodist Church “MICHIGAN & CHICAGO HOTS” DINNER - Wednesday, August 28th, 5-6:30pm. Menu includes: Hots with Michigan sauce (tangy-sweet hamburger sauce) or Chicago style (veggie toppings & poppy seed bun), mac salad, chips, beverage and a cookie. $8 adults, $5 for kids 6-12yrs., 5 and under free. Bring non-perishable food items (for local charity) and receive $1 discounts. 24 West Buffalo St. 293-3282 for take outs.

The Learning English & Spanish TOGETHER program is an interdisciplinary group of volunteers who recognize the necessity for underrepresented populations, immigrant farmworker families and American citizens from Puerto Rico in Livingston-Wyoming County to learn English. Senior citizens from the Village of Geneseo, the Livingston County Health Department (MICHC Program) and the Center for Languages and Cultures at SUNY Geneseo came TOGETHER looking for a solution. SUNY Geneseo is committed to pluralism, cultivating a community that respects differences, and promoting a sense of inclusion and belonging. Through the TOGETHER project, our students and community members break linguistic barriers and embrace cultural diversity. Link to an article about the program: together-program-unites-localspanish-speakers-with-studenttutors-20190617.

Arc of Livingston-Wyoming annual 5K Run/Walk in memory of Ramon Rocha on Saturday, September 7th, St. Mary’s Church, 4 Avon Road, Geneseo. Registration 9am, race begins 10am. Participants can register in advance at discounted prices by visiting or calling (585) 658-2828 ext. 128: $20 per individual participant, or $17 per person for teams of four or more people. On race day, those registration fees will be $25 per person. The first 150 registrants will receive commemorative t-shirts. All money raised will benefit The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming Foundation. The event is held in memory of Ramon Rocha, a SUNY Geneseo professor and board member at The Arc.

May, June and July consistently rank among the most popular months to get married. These months typically provide pleasant weather, and if it does rain, it’s often in the form of a brief thunderstorm.

GUIDELINES TO QUALIFY FOR PUBLICATION IN OUR HOMETOWN EVENTS: Events should occur on a specific date at a specific time. Due to the increasing number of submissions, we will no longer be able to publish the following items: • Businesses/schools seeking registration for classes or programs • Organizations seeking Crafters or Vendors • Organizations seeking donations of items Genesee Valley Penny Saver reserves the right to approve/reject events for publication. EVENTS DEADLINE: Monday, 2 weeks prior to publication date. 60 word limit for events wishing to be published in print. Log in to your account or register on our website to start submitting your events today! Events are published in the Penny Saver as space allows. REGISTER AND SUBMIT YOUR EVENT ONLINE AT: Click on “My Hometown” then click “Submit Event.” Events may also be submitted at: 1471 Route 15, Avon, NY 14414 View more Hometown Events online at GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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Journeys - Bereavement Support Group: Meeting schedule has changed as follows: Geneseo: 2nd Monday of the month, St. Timothy Lutheran Church - Route 20A from 6-7:30pm. Geneseo: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays, St. Timothy Lutheran Church - Route 20A from 1:303pm. Dansville: Mondays - There will be no support Groups in Dansville at this time. For further information please contact: Livingston County Hospice, 2 Murray Hill Drive, Mount Morris, NY 14510, 585-243-7290.

HENRIETTA Chicken BBQ Fundraiser - Help us purchase a replacement air conditioning system! BBQ Chicken Dinners include a delicious 1/2 chicken, baked beans and macaroni salad for $10.00! Join us Sunday, August 18, 12-4pm at the Ely-Fagan American Legion Post 1151, 260 Middle Rd., Henrietta. www.

Holiday Arts, Crafts and more sale on Saturday November 30, 2019 at the RIT Inn and Conference Center, Henrietta. Time 10-4pm. Hosted by Friends and Families Muscular Disorders Foundation Inc. (501c3 non for profit). For more information call or text 585-519-1917.

LEROY The Le Roy Stafford Senior Citizens meet on the third Wednesday of each month March thru December at the Knights of Columbus Hall behind Save-A-Lot on West Main St. in Le Roy. Bring your own place setting, preferred beverage and a generous dish to pass, or pay $4.00 for a delicious buffet dinner. Coffee, tea, condiments and dessert are provided. Dinner is served promptly at 6:00pm followed by a program. August’s program will be The Bread Man. Please join us for a nice evening of socializing and entertainment. For additional information contact our Coordinator Rosemary Miller at 585-506-5233 or Sharon Frost at 585-768-6846. Day Trip: On September 10th, 2019, Le Roy Stafford Senior Citizens have organized a day trip with an interactive visit to the Niagara Power Authority. We will be enjoying a Supreme Buffet Luncheon at Pane’s Restaurant. Wine & chocolate tasting experience at A Gust Of Sun and a shopping experience at Gordie Harper’s Bazaar. Per person cost is $60. The bus will depart from the parking lot at Tops Supermarket in Le Roy at 8am with an estimated return time of 6pm. Reservations and payment in full is due by August 26th. Info./Register: Rosemary Miller 585-506-5233. Hope you can join us!

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LeRoy Legion Post 576 - Super Cruise Night! 5:30pm start on Monday, August 19, 2019 at 53 West Main St., LeRoy. Chicken BBQ! Open to all members and guests, please join us!

MUMFORD Hop Harvest Festival - What better way to spend Labor Day than with all things hops? Follow the journey of hops, one of New York State’s original cash crops, from field to brewery to pint glass. There will be tastings, food, and music all day, so kick back with one of GCV&M’s signature ales, and enjoy this last hurrah to summer! Join us Monday, September 2, 10-4pm at the Genesee Country Village & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford.

ROCHESTER Madison High School Class of 1959 60th Year Reunion!! Friday, September 13, 2019 at Red Fedele’s Book House, 920 Elmridge Plaza. We are looking for “missing” class members. If you haven’t heard about the reunion or haven’t updated your information since the last reunion please send an Email to include your name (maiden & married), home & Email address and phone number or call Joe Giorgi (585) 458-5368. More details will follow once we have the list updated. Gates Historical Society August meeting - Terry Lehr will do a presentation entitled “When All of Rochester’s Hospitals Got Sick”. This presentation will answer 3 questions regarding the Spanish Influenza of 1918 and how it affected the Rochester area. This facility is handicapped accessible. Join us August 19, 7pm-8:30pm at the Gates Town Hall Annex, 1605 Buffalo Road, Rochester. http:// The Genetaska Club of Rochester will be hosting a Fashion Show on Sunday, August 25, 2019 from 11a.m. to 4p.m. at the Midvale Country Club. Models of all sizes & ages will feature fashions by Christopher & Banks. Proceeds will benefit The Boys & Girls Club of Rochester, an organization that inspires and enables young people of all backgrounds to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens through empowering youth programs. Please join us--Cost of $25 includes lunch and the Fashion Show, which will begin at approximately 1:00p.m. Contact: Mary Ann Gray at 426-1022. Reservation deadline: 8/16/2019.



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Open House - The Wheatland Historical Association invites you to step back in time to the year 1840 as it might have been in the Sage-Marlowe House. Each quaint room of this home is furnished accordingly and we’d love to show you around. Only one month of Sundays left in this open house season, so don’t miss this opportunity! Open each Sunday in August from 2 to 4pm. 69 Main St., Scottsville, 14546. Call 571-4936 for more information.

STAFFORD Foodlink Free Mobile Food Pantry: Morganville United Church of Christ is partnering with Foodlink of Rochester to host a free mobile food pantry, Tuesday, August 27, 3:30-5:30pm at Morganville United Church of Christ, 8466 Morganville Road (off Rt 237, 1 mile north of Stafford). Exact food items and quantity available are not known, but fresh produce available. Must be 18 years of age, no income requirement or ID required. Must provide own bags/vehicle to transport items. First come, first serve basis while supplies last. If you are picking up for another family, you must have written permission from them including # in household.

Foodlink Free Mobile Food Pantry at Stafford - The Stafford United Methodist Church is working in partnership with Foodlink of Rochester to sponsor the Foodlink Free Mobile Food Pantry on Friday, August 30th, from 4-5:30 PM. It will be held at the Stafford Fire Dept., located at 6153 Main Rd., Stafford. The exact items are not known, but fresh produce is always available. Food is distributed on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. There is no income or ID requirement, but recipients must be 18 yrs. of age and provide their own bags and transportation.

WEBSTER R L Thomas Class of 1969 50th Year Reunion! Saturday, September 28, 2019, Webster Golf Club. A Friday night event is also being planned. More details will follow once we have our list updated. We are looking for many “missing” class members, so if you haven’t heard about the reunion, or haven’t updated your information since our last reunion, please either send us an email at or like us on Facebook. We are also collecting information on You may also call Cindi (Daniels) Bouchard at 585-217-2885 or Deb (Morgan) Walbourn at 585-355-7786. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

Ash Salvage Harvesting for Emerald Ash Borer Eliminate the guesswork in selling your timber. We will mark your timber sustainably, and have several reputable companies bid so you get top dollar while ensuring a quality job through our supervision and bonding. “We specialize in forest tax plans that reduce your school and property taxes up to 80% on at least 50 acres of woods.” (585) 374-2799. Website:

Organ Grinders at the The New York Museum of Transportation - Sunday, August 25, 2019, 115pm. Visitors to the museum will delight to barrel organ music played by several “organ grinders” and their unique instruments cranking out tunes from a variety of vintage wind instruments, bringing back the sights and sounds from more than a century ago. No reservations are needed, and trolley rides are included in the admission price of $8 adults, $7 seniors age 65 +, and $6 youths age 3 12. Under age 3 are free. The New York Museum of Transportation, 6393 East River Road, West Henrietta. (585) 533-1113. www.

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WHEATLAND Wheatland Seniors Travel Club upcoming trip. On September 18-21, is the Southern Belle Tour to Charleston South Carolina and Savannah Georgia. Hotel accommodations are for 5 nights, includes five breakfasts and five dinners. Price: $945 double, $895 triple, $1195 single . Round trip luggage handling, fully escorted, all taxes and tips included. For more details on these trips or to sign up please contact Bus America Group Tours at 585-697-3529.

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Town of York Bicentennial! Hosted by The Barn Restaurant in Greigsville. Held Saturday, August 24th. Festivities start at 7AM with free coffee! Throughout the day refreshments available for sale including hots, hamburgs, Beef of weck, BBQ beef brisket, fries and 26 flavors of Perry’s ice cream. The String of Pearls band playing from 11:30am to 3:30pm and a vintage car show will start at 10am with a free small ice cream cone for each participant. There will be a walking tour of Little Italy and a display of Town of York/Greigsville memorabilia. Join us in celebration of the Town of York’s 200th birthday!

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REASONS TO SHOP FARMERS’ MARKETS Foods at farmers’ markets tend to be limited to in-season offerings. Some nutritionists suggest eating seasonally available foods is better for your body, because humans ate seasonal produce for thousands of years before shipping and refrigeration changed how people received the majority of their foods. In addition, many people feel that fresh, seasonal foods taste better than the alternatives.

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We’ve all heard the old expression, “laughter is the best medicine.” Now the medical profession has confirmed the wisdom of this adage. We now know that anger, which increases the heartbeat and blood pressure, injures only the person who is angered. Conversely, the ability to relax and to laugh easily does much to improve one’s health. So, let’s all learn to smile more. Let’s not let petty annoyances get us down. We may increase our life expectancy while making life for ourselves and those around us much more enjoyable. We can arrange for a religious ceremony even where there is no regular church affiliation. We can provide an appropriate service at a cost within the means of any family. For more information, phone. There is no obligation, of course.

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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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Eric Gott, Larry VanNorman and friend are three Livonians that make living in Upstate New York special. Thanks for stopping to help me get my lawn mower unstuck. It’s neighbors like you that make a real difference! Thanks again!

On July 22nd, my husband and I went shopping at Wal-Mart. I thought my purse had been stolen. Upon reporting it to security, she told me it wasn’t stolen. I had left it on the counter in the sewing area and someone turned it in. I want to thank that person for doing the right thing. Thank you! While it is true that the Earth has dealt with many eons of climate change, the issue we are facing is accelerated climate change. We are actually at the tail end of an ice age, believe it or not, and the Earth that we know is warming up quicker than it has ever done in the past. Why is this? Because we are not using renewable energy sources, and we are polluting our planet. In a matter of generations, we have essentially killed the planet. Wind farms and solar energy are in fact the way to go compared to our current coal and oil energy sources, which are dumping out how much pollution? Heaven forbid you see a wind turbine in your field of vision. If you want to be truly accurate, nuclear energy tops all the energy suppliers out there.


I want to say Thank You to law enforcement and anyone else who protects society from criminals. It breaks my heart to see our ‘Men and Women in Blue’ who are being treated badly, especially by those who are misbehaving and undisciplined. They are disrespecting our men and women in blue, and our military, too, especially in Thanks to Dave Coty [local city]. Do the right thing and the Town of Livonia by supporting those who put crew for making our roads their lives on the line every safer for travel. We greatly day for strangers. Thank appreciate the guard You to all law enforcement rails you installed at a personnel, our military potentially unsafe culvert at personnel and those who the bottom of a hill where respect and support these ice forms, deer cross and men and women. The problem a deep ravine all come is not just the actions of together. disrespectful people, but it is Many thanks from also the silence of the good a grateful traveler Climate Change is real, and it is happening. The UN released a report stating that close to 1 million plant and animal species are near extinction and that the causes are all manmade. Wildfires are bigger and fiercer; storms are getting stronger; climate change is all around us. We need to have more solar farms or wind turbines to reduce emissions from coal and gas power plants. I would like to live in a world where the polar ice caps remain, the coasts are not flooded and 100-degree days are not the norm.

group holds up a table for the server; they get only a certain number of tables. You definitely wouldn’t like it if the shoe were on the other foot. You would no doubt be yelling and hollering about not being treated fairly. So, next time you go to a restaurant, don’t spend so much, so that you will be able to give a decent tip or just go to a fast food joint to eat.

We all like to be appreciated. Between my Mom, Dad and myself, we have each leased cars from one dealer for four years. I just switched to another Servers depend on tips dealer. Is it too much to ask for their salary. If you that your salesman call you come into a restaurant, after you’ve had the car for with a group especially, and a week or so, not only to get good service, then tip thank you for your business accordingly. A five-dollar but also as a courtesy to see tip for a bill well over $100 how you like the vehicle? is not acceptable! Your Maybe I am old-fashioned,

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people who do not defend those who enforce our laws. About the Circle in Avon Village - looks great! The hanging baskets & flower beds are beautiful and a pleasure to drive by! Congrats to TOPS (LeRoy) on their recent remodeling job! Looks great; produce department is especially nicely updated. A Regular Customer

but I, for one, would have liked to receive that call. I asked my neighbor if I could place a political sign in his yard for the June primary. A few days after I placed my sign, a different sign appeared next to it. The day after the primary, I removed my sign. Two days later, my neighbor called me to see if I was going to remove the other sign. I informed him I did not place another sign in his yard. My neighbor assumed it was me and was furious to learn the sign was placed without permission. I’ve since learned several signs were placed throughout the county without permission. This is not right!



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Keeping vehicles looking pristine requires care and diligent cleaning. So many day-to-day activities and environmental materials have the potential to damage the finish on cars and trucks. While winter weather and chemicals used to keep roadways passable are often blamed for affecting the appearance of cars and trucks, winter is not the only time of year when substances can cause damage to vehicles. Spring and summer are prime seasons for sap, birds and insects. These times of year tend to see an uptick in road work as well, and such projects can contribute to damage caused by loose asphalt, gravel and tar. Addressing problems resulting from tree sap, insect and bird droppings and tar may not be something to look forward to, but it is necessary to keep cars looking pristine.

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FULL-SIZE BOX SPRING. You pick up: 585-538-2790

HIDE-A-BED COUCH in very good condition: 315-536-4029

RAYOVAC EXTRA ADVANCED HEARING AID BATTERIES (size 10). Ten packets of six, exp. 4/2023. Canandaigua: 585-394-5874

VINTAGE STINGRAY/MUSCLE BIKES (or parts) wanted. If you’ve been holding onto it and want to get rid of, call me: 585-301-8346


ANTIQUE TEACUPS: China, porcelain, etc. ANTIQUE DISHWARE. Drop off needed in Batavia: 716-353-3127

3-PIECE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER can be repurposed into bookcases. You pick up: 585-261-0164

COUNTERTOP that measures no larger than 32”W. In very good condition: 585-482-3962

PLASTIC TUBING FOR OXYGEN TANKS. You pick up Lakeville: 585-346-9777

Used DOOR for a basement in good condition. Without frame. Standard 28”W x 79”L (no larger than 29”W): 585-482-3962

Large quantity of TY BEANIE BABIES, all sizes. Prefer a nonprofit organization: 585-346-9777

REEL TO REEL TAPE MACHINE and an 8 TRACK PLAYER in good working order:

ORIGINAL PIRATE-THEMED VBS CURRICULUM complete with skits, costumes, great props & decorations, lessons. First come, takes it! Text: 585-764-6810

14 FT. ALUMINUM CANOE: 585-371-2633

MATERIAL SCRAPS to make a quilt or whatever project: 585-424-5993

New/gently used, EASY TO FOLD WHEELCHAIR, for my mother in Brockport area:

OLD BOATS, BOAT PARTS, MOTOR – anything boat related: 585-456-3916

13 containers of HIGH CALORIE BOOST and 11 bottles of CARNATION BREAKFAST ESSENTIALS. All unopened: 585-201-7009

STRAW BALES for animal bedding and LOCAL HONEY PRODUCER: 585-637-0933

Large quantity of FABRIC SAMPLE BOOKS, different sizes. Great for projects: 585-734-9121

LIGHTWEIGHT WHEELCHAIR to transport senior. Not heavy: Text 585-748-8531

HAMMOND ORGAN 1973 and/or KIMBALL SPINET PIANO 1975. You pick up near Warsaw: 585-429-0001

PING PONG TABLE: 585-250-2376

28” OLD STYLE BOX TV, heavy. Works just fine. Bought in 2005. You pick up:

VINTAGE ELECTRONIC ITEMS: Radios, Tube Tester, Tubes, Motors, Audio, Microphones, etc. (No TV’s):

1829 PROSPECTOR WOOD STOVE and HITZER WOOD STOVE (can burn coal). Very heavy. You pick up: 585-405-5385

MP3 PLAYERS and IPOD SHUFFLES for a Music of Ages Program. New or used okay as long as they are in working order: 585-815-8501 x400

ELECTRIC HOSPITAL BED. Almost brand new. You pick up: 585-381-0501

STAIRLIFT for a Veteran. Will pick up: 585-554-5313

ELECTRIC LIFT CHAIR. Good condition. Works well: 585-233-6073 SOLID OAK CABINET (76-1/2” x 24” x 18”) with three movable shelves and a CABINET (78-3/4” x 48-3/4” x 21-3/4”), 2 doors and space to hang things: 585-533-9359 ACROSONIC CONSOLE PIANO with bench. Built by Baldwin: 585-473-0387 or 585-624-9439 PERM RODS, large bag, many different sizes and a BLACK PLASTIC APRON for coloring: 585-394-3354

First year teacher looking for CLASSROOM FURNITURE AND SUPPLIES. Large oval rug, mailbox, rocking chair, electric pencil sharpener. Anything appreciated: PLAYER PIANO ROLLS, AUTO-HARP and CANS OF WHITE PAINT: 585-671-1996 please leave message Used or old RAIL FENCE, don’t need post: 585-334-1249 GAS POWERED PUSH MOWER in good working condition for non-profit museum: 585-589-9013

Unearthed a ton of FLAT SHALE ROCKS. Byron area: 585-548-9914

OLD VIDEO GAMES and CONSOLES wanted for needy children. Will pick up: or call 585-285-2446

LONG DRESSER, HEADBOARD & METAL FRAME. No footboard. Needs to be repainted. You pick up: 585-259-2841 or

DIGITAL PROJECTOR in working condition to borrow for a day event: 585-672-5807

Working 32” SONY TV: 585-334-0205

Working LAMINATOR for Scout leader training: 585-339-8659

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Auction to be held at 3518 Six Ponds Lane, off of Italy Hill Rd. 4 miles West of Branchport N.Y. PARCEL 1: Selling will be 10 wooded acres with 1486 sq ft ranch cabin, 20 x 40 Amish built pole barn, outbuilding and spring fed pond. Assessed for $127,800, Sells for $50,000 or above. PARCEL 2: 5.2 wooded acres and pond. Assessed for $39,100, Sells for $10,000 or above. $10,000 deposit required to bid on parcel 1 and $3,000 deposit required to bid on parcel 2. OPEN HOUSES: Sat., 8-24 from 10-11 A.M., Sat., 8-31 10-11 A.M. and Sat., 9-7 from 10-11 A.M. Please see for pictures and descriptions or call Shelly at 585-683-0995 or Penne at 585-303-2325. TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium.

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10294 Gillate Rd., Alexander, NY Thursday, September 5, starting at 12 Noon The auction will feature a collection of tractors, vehicles, tools, ag-related items & much more! Call 585-343-4529 to consign items. Consignments may be delivered to auction location Sept. 2 - Sept. 5, 8am-5pm. Loader available on site. See for list & photos. TERMS: Cash, Approved Check w/ID, MC/VISA, 13% B/P. 3% discount for cash or good check.

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For example, Sabrina Warren-White was a busy professional when a stroke in left her unable to speak or use her right side. She quickly began a rigorous rehabilitation program and can now speak, walk and use her right arm. Doctor’s Advice Once acute medical issues are resolved, focusing on rehabilitation is paramount to helping people build their strength, capabilities and confidence, said Dr. Larry B. Goldstein, the Ruth L. Works Professor and Chairman for the Department of Neurology and Co-director for the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute and KY Clinic at the University of Kentucky. “Most patients will recover to some degree, but a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation is crucial because it has been shown to result in better outcomes for patients,” Dr. Goldstein added. Access to coordinated and intense therapies after a stroke is important because the greatest amount of recovery tends to occur in the first 30 days, Dr. Goldstein said. “Intensity of rehabilitation therapy matters,” he pointed out. “Patients need access to good rehabilitation services and should continue to work at it, even after that initial recovery period.” Where To Turn To help, the American Stroke Association’s Together to End Stroke initiative, nationally sponsored by Kindred Rehabilitation Services, raises awareness that stroke is largely beatable through high-quality rehabilitation, patient support, and implementation of Stroke Rehabilitation and Recovery Guidelines. Patients and caregivers can access more information about recovery and how to make informed decisions at GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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Underhill Farms 4874 Batavia Elba Townline Road Open 7 days 8am-8pm Vegetables available all year long Strawberries available June & July BER G EN

Douglas Farm Market 6318 Clinton St Rd., Bergen M-F 12-6, Sat 10-5, Sun Closed Year Round


Brightly’s Farmers’ Market 525 Drake Rd., Hamlin Tues-Sat 9-5pm

Brockport Farmers’ Market Kirby’s Farm Market 9739 Ridge Rd. M-Sat 9-7pm, Sun 10-5pm May - October

701 White Rd., Brockport Saturday @ Rochester Public Market 6am-12pm; Sun @ Brockport Market 8-1

Lori’s Market Basket Farm Stand 51 State St., Holley Daily 9am - 6pm May 1st - November 30

Partyka Farms Farm Stand 1420 County Line Rd., Kendall Daily 9-8; May 1-Dec 26

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Methodist Church 2200 Westside Drive Sat 8-1; June 16 - Oct 27

Hovey Square - Across from Hilton Family Restaurant Sun 9-2; Mid-June thru Oct.



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Farmer’s Wife, LLC 7654 Big Tree Rd., Pavilion Daily 10:30am-8:30pm Open Year Round SCO TTSV ILLE

Scottsville Farmers’ Market American Legion Pkg Lot 61 • Main Street Wed 4-7; June 6 - Sept 26

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LEROY: 9106 Linwood Road. 8/22 (4-7pm), 8/23-24 (9-1pm). Roll away bed, household, clothes, coats, games, collectibles. Something for everyone.

STAFFORD: 8619 Sanders Road. 8/16-8/17 (9-4). THREE FAMILY SALE. Come check us out. A lot of different things.

BATAVIA: 18 Trumbull Parkway. Fri.- Sat., 8/23-24 (9-7pm). LARGE MULTIFAMILY GARAGE SALE! Something for everyone. Tons of Pokemon cards for buy/ sell /trade.

MUMFORD: 29 and 33 William Street Saturday 8/17 - Sunday 8/18 (9-4pm or until?) (Raindates: 8/31-9/2) **DOWNSIZING SALE*. Antiques, china, glass, clothes, games, woven baskets, handbags and totes, kids toys and more!!!

• Tom atoes • Blu eberries • Peaches

Gro-M oore Farm s 700 Rush-Scottsville Rd. Rt. 251 • Rush

WEST HENRIETTA: 203 Chelsea Meadows Drive. 8/16-17th (9-3pm) Some tools, Tonneau cover, Golf bag, Housewares, 1976 750 Honda motorcycle, much more.

Mon.-Fri. Noon-6; Sat. & Sun. 10-4

LEROY: 80 Wolcott Street, August 24-31, (8-4pm) daily. MOVING SALE - Household items, furniture, decor, girl’s clothing, tools, fixtures.

call 359-3310

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LEROY: Randall and Keeney Roads. August 16, 17, and some 18th (9-3pm) Neighborhood Garage and Yard Sales. Something for everyone, items too numerous to mention.

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CORFU: 2369 Pratt Road (bridge out, follow detour). 8/23-25 (9-5pm). LARGE MULTIFAMILY DOWNSIZING SALE. Rain/shine. Forty five years of accumulation. Antiques, primitives, Haviland China, oak furniture (Larkin secretary), Roycroft books, maple hutch, wood outdoor furniture, lanterns, crocks and lots more. Don’t miss this one!


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SCOTTSVILLE: 885 Wheatland Center Road. August 23-25 (9-5pm). Collectibles, glassware, silverware, cookware, bakeware, canning jars, candlesticks, dinnerware, storage goods, drinkware.

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Custom Homes • Remodeling • Garages Additions • Porches/Decks

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Family of 1 $28,692 Family of 2 $37,524 Family of 3 $46,356 Family of 4 $55,176


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STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver Those who study such things say that Niagara Falls will only last another 2,400 years.



BEFORE • Pool Fill-in • Topsoil • Fill Dirt • Grading • Brush Hogging • Trucking for hire

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within 20 mi. radius of Chili with minimum of 5 yards purchased.

HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Despite your Aries penchant for wanting to tackle a problem head-on, you might want to take a little more time to see how a current situation develops. It could surprise you. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Taking on the role of peacemaker in a disruptive environment is a challenge. But you can do it. Just continue to have the same faith in yourself that so many others have in you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Although your work schedule keeps you busy, you should make time to start preparing for that important upcoming family event you’ll want to celebrate in a special way. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Home is where the Moon Child wants to be early in the week. But by week’s end, a chance to travel raises her or his excitement level, and that of the lucky person who gets to go along. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Be careful not to be a copycat when dealing with someone who uses unfair or even unkind methods to reach a goal. As always, do the right thing the right way, and you’ll win in the end. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) An offer could have many good things attached to it that are not apparent at first glance, including a chance to move into another career area. You might want to check out its possibilities. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) With responsibilities surging both in the workplace and in the home, it’s important to prioritize how you deal with them. Be patient. Pressures will begin to ease starting early next week. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A positive reaction to a suggestion could indicate that you’re on track for getting your message to the right people. Devote the weekend to catching up with the special people in your life. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) A new attitude from those in charge could make things difficult for you unless you can accept the changes without feeling as if you’re being pressured into doing so. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Family matters once again dominate much of the week. But don’t neglect your workplace duties while you deal with them. An offer to help could come from a surprising source. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A difficult workplace situation begins to ease, but there still are matters that need to be dealt with before it’s fully resolved. There’s also a more positive turn in domestic relationships. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Don’t let yourself be rushed into making a decision about an intriguing financial arrangement. Asking questions and checking it out now could pay off in a big way later on. BORN THIS WEEK: You might have a tendency to be more than a bit judgmental, but others understand it comes from a warm, loving heart. (c) 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.


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GCASA: New Programs Help Even the Odds By Amanda Dudek


he Genesee/Orleans Council on Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (GCASA), with locations in both Batavia and Albion, supports a much greater population than many may think, serving Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Counties. For many years, GCASA has served people with Substance Use Disorder. Now, its innovative programs offer a glimpse of hope to both those struggling with substance use and those who love them. The current Opioid Epidemic brought many new services to GCASA. To its Director of Communications & Development, Shannon Ford, this means they can better serve area communities. “We opened up our opioid treatment program - a methadone clinic - in Batavia almost a year ago now,” she said. “We fall in between Rochester and Buffalo, so there was a huge need. Methadone is administered every single day, and people couldn’t get to Buffalo or Rochester daily for that service.” At about the same time, GCASA launched its ground-breaking Peer Recovery Program. “The Peer Recovery Program is very exciting,” said Ford. “It is a very new field that is recognized by the state.” There is credentialing that is involved in order for someone to be a Peer Recovery Advocate with GCASA. “Our Peers work with people in a non-clinical way,” explained Ford. “Our counselors are able to help, but there are boundaries and limits to that service delivery. Peers are able to fill in some of those gaps and to meet broader needs.” Peers may offer to give a ride to an appointment, go to NA or AA, offer support at a court appearance and talk through difficult times. “Peers also have a mobile unit. “Peers park in the community so anyone can approach them,” stated Ford. “They are an onsite information resource and can help get people set up for an evaluation. They can transport people to a detox facility, recovery center or an inpatient treatment facility. They are extremely flexible with a lot to offer.” Peers also must have “lived experienced,” whether as someone who has struggled personally or who has dealt with a struggling loved one. Peers are also essential in emergency situations. “We have a protocol established with the hospitals in all three of the counties we serve,” shared Ford. “At the ER, if someone presents having had an overdose, overdosing or withdrawing from use, they can have a peer contacted and deployed to that hospital 24/7, 365 days a year.” Hospitals can also now provide a “bridge script,” of Suboxone so that the person can have medication until they are able to see a doctor and receive a full prescription. Peers also offer Narcan training on the spot to loved ones. Programs like these come at a cost, and Ford explains that special funding has made these Peer R Pe Recovery Ad Advocates te participat participate in services possible. “We are National Night Out. pretty lucky,” she said. “We have several different funding sources. For example, we have a grant through the Greater Rochester Health Foundation that funds the Genesee Orleans Wyoming Opioid Task Force. We also have several state grants that


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Peeer Recovery Advocates with their mobile unit

support a variety of services.” Funding is understandably becoming more available. “The Opioid Epidemic has really changed everything,” explained Ford. “People are dying. Before the Opioid Epidemic, it would be rare for us to lose someone, and if we did, it might be one patient a year due to a very long, chronic condition. The Opioid Epidemic has been so dangerous. We have lost many patients, and those are just the ones we know about.” Not only are people at a much higher risk for overdosing and dying, but also that risk increases exponentially if Fentanyl is involved. “Heroin is cheap, accessible and dangerous,” she said. “Fentanyl raises that bar and is much more dangerous.” “We are doing everything we can as an agency to stop people from dying,” said Ford. “We know people with a substance use disorder can recover with the right treatment. We truly care about the people with whom we work. We love them and want them to live meaningful, fulfilled lives. We understand that substance use disorder is a disease of the brain, and we are working hard to change people’s perception of what a substance using person looks like. Substance use disorder can be treated. Recovery is possible.” GCASA plans to open a detox center in Batavia and a women’s and children’s community residence in Albion, breaking ground next spring. “We are removing a huge barrier to women by providing a place for their children, as well,” said Ford. GCASA will also open a recovery center in Batavia. “This will be a safe place for people to go and do a variety of activities.” “It will be holistic, including mindfulness, yoga, cooking classes, even TVs so that people do not have to go to bars to watch sports with friends, remaining safe, drug and alcohol-free.” Enjoy this article? Check out this week’s other great stories: • Honduras Builds Hope with Border Buddies • Wild Tinker Draws Families Back to Nature Have something interesting you’d like to share with our readers? Perhaps an original story, a personal experience, community happening, or school event? Add some photos, and your story will be featured on our popular website for all to see. Who knows - it may even end up in print! It’s easy to do. Go to My Hometown at to view previously posted stories and to post your own. Visit My Hometown today!

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Thinking about becoming a Home Inspector?


Caparco’s Home Inspection School in Batavia is the premier NY State affiliated hands-on inspection training school offering a full license training course at the lowest possible price. Classes start in September.

David M. DiPasquale Commissioner (585) 243-7092


Our flexible convenient scheduling makes it simple to join anytime.

2019 General Election For the 2019 November 5th General Election, you can vote in person before Election Day.

Call us today! 585.797.7329 or visit:

Summer tuition includes a FREE Starter Inspection Tool Kit!

WHEATLAND SENIOR CENTER 889-1284 August 19-23, 2019 Monday: Potato-Crusted Tilapia Tuesday: Senior Center Closed Wednesday: Chicken Salad Sandwich

Thursday: Swedish Meatballs Friday: Senior Center Closed

Rebecca L. Schroeder Commissioner (585) 243-7093

What is Early Voting? For the first time in New York State, voters can vote in-person before Election Day at one or more sites in their county. Who can vote early? All registered voters can vote early. When can I vote early? Livingston County Early Voting Polling Hours SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2019: 9:00AM TO 2:00PM SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2019: 9:00AM TO 2:00PM MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2019: 8:00AM TO 8:00PM TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2019: 8:00AM TO 4:00PM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2019: 8:00AM TO 8:00PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2019: 8:00AM TO 4:00PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2019: 8:00 AM TO 4:00PM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2019: 9:00AM TO 2:00PM SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2019: 9:00AM TO 2:00PM Where can I vote early? Livingston County Voters can vote at the Livingston County Board of Elections 6 Court Street, Room 104 Geneseo, NY 14454 How will I vote during early voting? Voting during early voting is the same as voting on Election Day. When you get to the early voting center, you will check in to vote, receive your ballot and vote as any other election. Once you vote early you will not be eligible to vote on Election Day, your vote will already have been cast. When will early voting results be posted? Early voting votes will be canvassed and reported after 9pm on Tuesday, November 5, 2019. Can I still vote by absentee ballot? Yes, If you are out of your home county, or if you are permanently or temporarily disabled, ill or are the primary care giver for one or more people who are ill or physically disabled, or a resident of a Veterans Hospital, or detained in jail awaiting Grand Jury action or incarcerated for an offense other than a felony you may apply for an absentee ballot. How can I find out more about Early Voting? You can contact the Livingston County Board of Elections at 585-243-7090 or the State Board of Elections at 518-474-1953 or Livingston County Government Center 6 Court Street Room 104 Geneseo, NY 14454 PHONE (585) 243-7090 or (585) 335-1705 FAX (585) 243-7015 WEB SITE


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New York State DOT is hiring Mechanics

Open part-time Bakery position:

Career opportunities around the state

Interested person must be at least 18 yrs of age. 1020 hrs./week. Mornings, must be able to start at 6 a.m. Must be reliable, customer service-oriented, be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment, be a team player, good communicator, and a problem solver.

• Excellent Health Insurance - Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage • Promotional Opportunities - Mechanic to Division Director • Paid Vacation and Paid Sick - Each earn up to 13 days of each per year • Paid Personal leave - 5 days per year • 12 Paid Holidays per year • Excellent Retirement Benefits

Interested applicant may apply at

Minimum Qualifications: Four years as Automotive or Diesel mechanic OR an Associate’s Degree in Automotive or Diesel repair technology.

Contact our central office at 585-586-1252 OR email:

On Aug. 22, 1989, Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers becomes the first pitcher in major league history to record 5,000 career strikeouts. Ryan would go on to compile 5,714 strikeouts, a record that still stands.

NOW HERE’S A TIP By JoAnn Derson "Use the clips on a pants hanger to keep curtains closed in a hotel room. This has saved me from getting woken up too early because my room is facing the morning sun." -- Y.L. in New Mexico NOW HERE’S A TIP

Servers Needed! Tues., Wed., Thurs. plus fill in as needed. Experience required. Apply in person or call

Cozy Kitchen 3103 Main Street Caledonia

585-738-1804 Adult Education Programs

Nursing Assistant (C N A)

Classes starting in September at the Batavia Campus. Monday/Tuesday/Thursday Funding available to those who qualify.

Licensed Practical Nursing Programs (LPN)

Classes starting this fall. Funding available to those who qualify.

Call for further Information (585) 344-7788 (585) 658-7788 Visit Our Website for More Information “Adult Ed” - EMPLOYMENT

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DRIVER NEEDED CDL - Class B Full time position. Pre-alcohol and drug testing is required. Equal opportunity employer. Apply in person to:

WNY Concrete 638 E. Main St., Batavia, NY 14020 OATKA EDITION


NOW HIRING Wash Bay Help

Class A & Class B Drivers Wanted

Must have clean driver’s license. Apply in person

Local and Transport Dedicated runs available. Full or Part-time Plus Benefits

Contact Bob DeVos at 585-359-1300 ext. 540 or email your resume to: to set up a confidential interview.

Call 585-591-1624


Nothnagle Drilling, Inc. is Accepting Applications


Please apply in person.

Golf benefits included based on hours worked

Entry Level or Experienced Operators & Laborers

Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 10am-4pm or Online at:

CDL helpful + good pay and benefits.

Scottsville, NY • 585-538-2328

5122 Clinton Street Road, Batavia

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIANS Timebuyer, Inc. Batavia Auto Dealer seeks experienced tech. Candidate will have min. 2-3 yrs. current hands-on experience working in repair shop diagnosing and repair of cars/trucks/SUVs. NYS Inspection License is NOT required. VALID NYS DRIVER’S LICENSE IS NECESSARY. Excellent Work Ethic; Clean, Neat Appearance. WE OFFER: - Competitive Hourly Wage – NO Flat Rate - Full-Time…40 hrs. Monday-Friday - Positive Environment - Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance - Paid Holidays/Sick Time/ Vacation - Bonuses/401k/Uniforms/ Tools Provided Email your resume today to: EMPLOYMENT



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278 Bank Street, Batavia, NY August 26, 2019 • 1:00-5:00pm

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We offer competitive wages & many benefits!

RN Supervisor - FT; 4 days/wk; days & evenings CNA’s - FT, PT & Per Diem; evenings & nights Sign-on Bonuses for all positions Apply

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ROOFERS, SIDERS, We’re HELPERS, CARPENTER Hiring: & APPRENTICES Experience helpful, but looking to train the right candidate on all products we install.

Join the New York State Workforce

Apply in person to: Classic Home Improvements 653 Ellicott St., Batavia, NY 14020

As a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)! Salary range: $40,875 to $49,709* The Finger Lakes DDSO is seeking LPNs Livingston, Ontario, Monroe, Wayne, Steuben & Wyoming counties. Minimum Qualifications: Must have a current license and registration to practice in New York State, or a limited permit to practice in NYS, or an application on file for a limited permit to practice in NYS

For more information: Finger Lakes DDSO Human Resources Office: (585) 461-8800 E-mail


NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Office of Human Resources Finger Lakes DDSO, 620 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620 *includes $2,000 geographical differential

2020 Census jobs provide:

As a Direct Support Professional! Salary range: $32,972 to $45,200

Great pay Flexible hours

Finger Lakes DDSO will be continuously administering the Civil Service Exam for Direct Support Professionals throughout Ontario, Monroe, Livingston, Wayne, Steuben & Wyoming Counties

Weekly pay Paid training

Thousands of jobs are available nationwide, and many are near you. Help support your community by being a Census Taker.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent; you must have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State at the time of appointment and continuously thereafter

For exam application: Finger Lakes DDSO Exam application available at:

Human Resources Office: (585)

461-8800 For more information or help applying, please call

NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) Office of Human Resources Management Office Finger Lakes DDSO, 620 Westfall Rd., Rochester, NY 14620

1-855-JOB-2020 The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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R u sh -H enrietta C entral Sch ool D istrict

The Anderson Rail Group has multiple locations across the United States that provides railcar repair maintenance. Our skilled railcar repair workforce provides quality work on a wide variety of light and heavy railcar repairs.

Part-tim e N urse N eed ed 3 days/week,sch ool-yearsch edu le,to provide nursing services in sch ool bu ild ings and during field trips,assisting with th e review ofim m unization records,and assisting with various m ed ical screenings.N YS Registered N urse license requ ired .

The Andersons Rail Repair Shop in Lakeville, NY is seeking Full-Time Railcar Repair Workers. Responsibilities include assisting with general repair operations and maintenance. We are looking for workers with mechanical skills, welding experience, a strong work ethic, safety mindset and willingness to learn. Previous rail experience a plus. Competitive pay, annual bonus, 2 weeks’ vacation plus floating holidays, excellent benefits including 401(k) match.

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Apply online at and search for LAKEVILLE.

Experien ce the R-H A dvan tage!

Genesee Country Village & Museum is accepting applications for part-time

Janitorial Position

View complete employment listings at

Great job for a retiree with flexible hours.


To apply, visit for more information.

Now Hiring Coast has opened a new office in Elma, NY. Both of our NY offices are looking to hire more than 100 customer service representatives and managers that are looking to advance their careers, secure their financial future, and take control of their schedules. Apply online at or in person. Collection experience not required. Industry leading paid training provided. For more information: Call or Text for a confidential interview: (585) 447-2799 Email: Apply: Geneseo, NY Office 4273 Volunteer Road, Geneseo, NY 14454 Elma, NY Office Jamison Business Park 611 Jamison Road, Suite 1017, Elma, NY 14059

Coast Professional, Inc. is a privately owned, EOE/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disability Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex or national origin.


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Do you have what it takes to work for one of the Northeast’s largest used truck & equipment dealers?

Experienced Truck Mechanic

JOIN OUR TEAM ELECTRICIANS: Competitive wages including a $2,000 Hiring Bonus plus retention bonus at year 1 and year 2. Retirees are encouraged to apply! We have both part and full-time opportunities for qualified/experienced individuals. 2018 gross wages $51,000 - $63,000

(with own tools) needed Competitve pay. Health care benefits. Matching 401K.


Send resume to or apply in person Caledonia Diesel, LLC 2905 Simpson Rd. • Caledonia.

2018 gross wages $47,000 - $73,000

• DAY SHIFT MECHANIC: 2018 gross wages $52,000 - $77,000 United States Gypsum Company, the leader in the gypsum building products industry is seeking entry-level through highly skilled Electricians at the Oakfield, New York plant. The competitive pay rate is based upon experience.

No calls please.

USG offers excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, retirement plan, 401k matched at 50% up to the 6%, holidays, vacation, sick days and quarterly bonuses.

If interested, please apply at: or call: 585-344-5099

Keywords, phrasing, formatting, and having the right skills for the job can ensure a résume is seen by a recruiter, and perhaps even lead to a new career.

STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver Historians say that Mary, Queen of Scots was informed of the murder of her husband, Lord Darnley, in 1567 while she was playing golf. She must have been quite a dedicated sportswoman (or an indifferent wife) because they also say that she completed the round. ***

Churchville-Chili Central School District Where learning leads to a lifetime of opportunities...

Job Fair Friday, August 23rd 2019 12pm-3pm Churchville-Chili Middle School Cafeteria 139 Fairbanks Road, Churchville, NY 14428, Door #24


Full/Part-Time Positions:

Substitute Positions:

Bus Drivers Cleaners Clerk III Cafeteria Monitors School Aide Teaching Assistants

Teachers Teaching Assistants Bus Drivers Bus Monitors Food Service Helpers Security Workers

Email to reserve an interview time and/or forward your resume; walk-ins are welcome EMPLOYMENT

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Control Desk Operator

Hi-Vu Acres Is Looking For A Full Time

PT/FT 20-35 hrs. Nights/Weekends a must. Customer service a plus. Working Leagues, Open Play, Tournaments, B-day Parties. Apply in person M-F 2pm-8pm.

Class A Driver with Tank Endorsement Looking to be home daily, with a flexible schedule? No overnights and hourly pay? We can help!

Pin Chaser/Mechanics

Hourly rate. Benefits options are available for an individual or family, as well as paid vacation and sick time, and eventual IRA options. Qualified Candidates will have: • Class A CDL with Tank Endorsement • Minimum 1 year CDL driving experience • Clean driving record • Weekend availability • Ability to operate a manual transmission • Ability to handle a 3 inch hose to assist with loading/unloading • A team player attitude! Candidates are subject to a pre-hire drug screening, per DOT Requirements.

PT/FT 20-35 hrs. Nights/Weekends a must. Maintaining Pinsetters, General Maintenance & Cleaning. Apply in person M-F 2pm-9pm.

214 East Main St. Batavia

R u s h -H en r i etta Cen tr a lSc h o o lD i s tr i c t I s H i r i n g ...


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Contact us today for this great opportunity!! Call Debbie at (585) 993-0551

STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver According to the Crayola Company, you can eat 3,500 of their crayons a day and still not reach the level of toxicity found in an ordinary glass of drinking water. They don't mention how -- or why -- anyone would consume that many crayons in a lifetime, let alone a single day.

Ca ll(585) 359-5380 o r vi s i tr h n et.o r g / d r i ve E xp e rie nce the R H A d va nta g e !

Heavy Equipment Operators Needed Expanding Rochester, NY area Automobile Shredder Operation looking for experienced Heavy Equipment Operators. Experience in the Scrap Industry a plus. Position is Full Time. Lots of OT available. Drug screening/ background check required.

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Caledonia-Mumford Central School 99 North Street, Caledonia, New York 14423 Phone (585) 538-3400

Vacancy Notice Position:


Qualifications: NYS Certified as Level I, II or III Teaching Assistant Assignment:

Elementary Building


Follows School Calendar (10 Month Position)


Per Contract

Start Date:

September 1, 2019


August 20, 2019

Application can be found at:, or the link on our website under District tab, Employment Opportunities. Paper applications available in the District Office. Learn more about the Caledonia-Mumford Central School District and our communities by visiting the school website Caledonia-Mumford Central School Is An Equal Opportunity Employer

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