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Art & Soul ...............................Page 4 Auctions And Antiques .............................Page 22 Auto Section ...............................Page 6 Brighter/Vent .............................Page 43 Classifieds For Sale .............................Page 34

We like to call Bertie a “lovable giant” He is a large black male cat. His purrs are as big as he is! We would love for Bert to find a home of his own for the holidays! or call 585-243-0873

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My name is Jayla. I am 17 weeks old. I love to go running, hiking and chase butterflies. In my free time, I play with my toy critters and watch Sunday football. Go Vikes!

Send us a photo and brief write-up of your pet and we’ll feature it as the “POW.” Featured pets will be entered in the Pet of the Year Contest and become eligible to win a gift. Email to: or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a selfaddressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.

Employment Opportunities .............................Page 44 Garage Sales ...............................Page 7 In-Kennel Webcams!

Give and Take .............................Page 35

Howlywood Kennels

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Holiday Gift Guide .............................Page 12 Home Services .............................Page 31 Just for Kids .............................Page 24 Passages .............................Page 41

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Through no fault of her own, was returned to Going to the Dogs Rescue after being adopted as a puppy. She’s a stunning 10-month-old blue brindle and white pit mix with green-gray eyes, and she has a lovely personality to match. She adores other dogs and plays nicely, but she’s probably a bit too intense for small dogs or anything but the most confident and dog-savvy cats. She’s sweet and affectionate with people, walks well on a leash, and has had some basic training.

Did you ever notice when you blow in a dog’s face he gets mad at you? But when you take him in a car he sticks his head out the window. ~Steve Bluestone

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Pet Place ...............................Page 2 Puzzle Answers .............................Page 37 Real Estate .............................Page 10 Senior Center .............................Page 38

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ank you.... “Marquart Farms and New York Chips would like to offer our heartfelt thanks to all of our dedicated employees, everyone in our local communities, our Facebook friends and all the area stores for your continued support of New York Chips. We look forward to working with everyone involved to continue providing the finest product available.” Tom, Ed & Judy, Adam, Alex, Aaron Shell’s Post, Stafford Caledonia Market Place, Caledonia

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AUTO AND BOAT STORAGE- Located at Route 63 in Pavilion. 585-584-8680.

AVON: 259 East Main Street (next to Avon Gun on 5&20). Sat.Sun., Dec. 10-11 (9-4pm). Sale of early & rare framed prints by Fredric Remington, Charles Russell and others. Cowboys, Indians. Advertising by Colt, Marlin, UMC. Carved decoys, goose, loon. Books on old west, early sporting magazines, tanned deer skins. SCOTTSVILLE: 15 Diana Dr. 12/3 & 12/4 (9-4pm). ESTATE SALE. Antiques, silver, china, glassware, collectibles, furniture, historical newspapers, vintage postcards, women’s designer clothing/ accessories, boutique jewelry, Christmas/ holiday shop, lawn/ garden equipment, LOTS of books, office supplies, electronics, much more! For photos and list go to: NY/Scottsville

All Sweeps Come w/Multi-Point Visual Inspection. Prices Starting at $129.99 Installing Caps/ Screens for Animal Blockage & Moisture Protection. Also offering Chimney & Fireplace Repairs Fully Insured. Free Estimates ELITE RATED HOME ADVISOR PROFESSIONAL RIDGE RUNNERS PLUS, LLC 585-305-5273 716-220-2032

CASH PAID for unexpired, sealed DIABETIC TEST STRIPS! 1 DAY PAYMENT & PREPAID shipping. HIGHEST PRICES! Call 1-888-776-7771.

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Our 11 editions are published weekly with a total circulation of over 157,200. Main Office:

PO Box 340 1471 Route 15, Avon, NY 14414 Phone: 585-226-8111 Fax: 585-226-3390


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U-CUT Pines - $30 • Spruces - $35 Firs - $45

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Open Saturdays & Sundays through December 24th from 9am - 5pm Pre Cut Trees Now Available!

Vice President .....................Kimberly Dougherty

Advertising Sales Manager ..........................Daria Reitknecht Creative Director .................................Cristie Leone

Fresh Cut, $20 & Up U-Cut, $30

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Real Estate R1006896, 2 PARK AVE., BATAVIA $105,000 Charming City Colonial across from Centennial Park. Modern eat-in kitchen, FDR, 1st flr. mudroom/pantry, 3 bdrms., full modern bath, fin. attic, H/W flrs., nat. woodwork, forced air heat & C/A, 1 car det. garage. Debra Heale, Lic. RE Salesperson, C 585.356.0807

OPEN HOUSE, SUN., DEC. 4th • 12PM-2PM R1010245, 3377 PRATT RD., BATAVIA $177,900 (JUST REDUCED!) 2300 sq. ft. Country Ranch w/4 bdrms. & 3 baths. FDR. Woodburning fireplaces. 1st flr. laundry. Partially fin. basement. Newer tear off roof & forced air furnace with C/A. Att. 2 car garage. Seller is providing 1 year Home Warranty to the buyer & this home offers 100% Money Back Guarantee!

For Rent APARTMENT FOR RENT: SCOTTSVILLE VILLAGE. Available Dec. 1st. $550/month. Heat and water, garbage pickup included. First month and security deposit required. Pets ok. Free WiFi. Available immediately! (585)889-8580. APTS. FOR RENT: HOLIDAY SPECIALS! Ask about $99 move in special and 18 month discounted lease! One, two and three bedroom. 585-314-4379.

Robert Gerace, Lic. Assoc. RE Broker, C 585.813.4902

4909 Transit Rd., Lancaster, NY

585-343-8366 Moving Tip While packing, create three piles. The first is your “must-go” pile. The second is your “must-sell” pile. The third is the “must-throw” pile, and it contains anything that can’t be sold at a garage sale or donated.

2 Bedroom Affordable Apartments Available Now. Section 8 Vouchers and DSS Accepted

FOR RENT: Will pay you $1,000 to Rent my apartment. At 30 Baker Street Apt 50. Churchville NY 14428. As then I will be able to break my lease. I have moved out and you may move in as soon as you are able to sign lease. This is a luxury 2 bedroom apartment with a garage and a very pretty secluded community. Check it out at Baker street Call Shaahid 585-683-8515.

BRAND NEW 2 Bedroom Ranch/ Duplex, 2,000+ sq. ft., Garage, deck, fireplace, central air, laundry room. 2.5 bathrooms. Beautiful finished walkout basement with bonus room plus closet. Centrally located between Rochester and Buffalo. No smoking, no pets. $1325+ utilities & security. Available now. 585-768-2848. LEROY ONE BEDROOM: Newly remodeled. Quiet, Clean. No pets. All utilities included. Available now! $600/ month. 585-250-2118. FOR RENT: Pavilion. 2 bedroom upper. Stove, refrigerator. Security deposit and references. No pets. $450/ month. Call 585-768-7689. AVON VILLAGE: Townhouse style apartment for rent. NO DOGS. Call Borshoff & Assoc., 585-334-2578. BATAVIA- Townhouses from $543/ month including water, appliances, laundry hookups. No pets. Birchwood Village, 585-343-0205 EHO

For Sale ABANDONED FARM! 26 acres $49,900. Gorgeous acreage with views, nice pond, in a Perfect country setting! Quiet town road with utilities! EZ terms! 1-888-701-1864 LENDER ORDERED SALE! 39 acres - assessed value - $95,700, Available now for $89,900! Catskill Mountain views, woods, fields, apple trees, great hunting! 3 hrs. NY City! Owner terms! 1-888-650-8166.

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IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY: 2 & 3 Bedroom mobile homes available. Caledonia, Mt.Morris & Wayland. Starting from just $12,900. Friendly financing assistance. Call for details/ availability. 585-303-5198 or 585-259-6099 VACATION HOME, CAMP OR LAND FOR SALE OR RENT? Advertise with us! We connect you with nearly 3.3 million consumers (plus more online!) with a statewide classified ad. Advertise your property for just $489 for a 25-word ad, zoned ads start at $229. Visit gvpennysaver. com or call 1-866-812-8111. LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE: Owner retiring. Serious inquiries only. 585-490-2260.

Retirement is wonderful. It’s doing nothing without worrying about getting caught at it. ~Gene Perret

Buying Gold & Silver Old Coins & Scrap We also buy platinum, coin collections, estates, rare coins, etc. Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri., 10am-5pm; Wed., 10am-2pm

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COIN DEALER 31⁄2 Mill Street, LeRoy


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 • EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

Fairport Robotics Team Honored with Award for Donation Drive-in Rah-Cha-Cha Ruckus By Christina Lewis Gursslin The Fairport Central School District’s Red Raider Robotics recently collected over 1,000 books as part of its Rah-Cha-Cha Ruckus Book Donation Drive. The books collected were donated to the National Reach Out & Read Program that promotes literacy for children not only in the Rochester area but also nationwide. Over the past three years, the team has donated over 6,000 books. Additionally, the team recently competed in the annual Rah-Cha-Cha Ruckus, Fairport’s Red Raider Robotics student leaders Eric Linder, Carley Harper, Clay Manley, Alex DeMott and Leslie Callahan pose with their trophies from the an off-season robotics Rah-Cha-Cha Ruckus. David Murphy is missing from the photo. scrimmage with 35 teams participating where they made it to the quarterfinals. For the third consecutive year, they were honored with the “Trick or Treat” award that recognizes the team that donates the most items for the charity drive. Red Raider Robotics is a FIRST® Robotics Competition team based at Fairport High School at FCSD. Fairport joined the FIRST® program in 1997. Reach Out and Read is a nonprofit organization that gives young children a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.


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BE SMART WHEN SHOPPING ON YOUR SMARTPHONE Holiday shopping is an annual tradition for many people. But while it may be customary to exchange gifts with loved ones during the holiday season, how those gifts are purchased has changed dramatically over the last decade and a half. Thanks to advancements in technology, many holiday shoppers get their shopping done without ever setting foot in malls or shopping centers. And data indicates more and more shoppers are using their smartphones to do their holiday shopping. According to Nielsen Mobile Measurement, the number of mobile shoppers in December 2014 rose to 138.1 million users, an increase of nearly 14 million users from the same period just a year earlier. And mobile shoppers averaged nearly a full hour more shopping on the Web from their mobile phones in 2014 than in 2013. Convenience often drives shoppers’ decisions to use their mobile phones during the holiday season. But it’s important that shoppers not sacrifice security for the sake of convenience.

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Easy Christmas Ornament Pretzel Treats Prep time: 1-2 hours Skill level: No experience necessary Makes: 12 pieces 4 ounces Red Candy Melts Candy 4 ounces Dark Green Candy Melts Candy 2 ounces Bright White Candy Melts Candy Christmas nonpareils Gold sugar pearls Pretzel rings Granulated sugar Mini marshmallows Parchment paper Cookie sheet 12-inch disposable decorating bags Food-safe scissors Place pretzels on parchment papercovered cookie sheet. Melt red and green candy, separately, in disposable decorating bags according to package directions. Cut small point off tip of disposable decorating bag. Use melted candy to fill hole in pretzels. Allow to cool in refrigerator, about 10-15 minutes. Reserve remaining melted red and green candy. Dip food-safe scissors in granulated sugar. Cut 1/8-inch off top and back of marshmallows. Melt white candy in disposable decorating bag according to package directions. Use candy to attach marshmallows to top of pretzel ornaments. Allow to cool in refrigerator, about 3-5 minutes. Reserve remaining melted white candy. Use reserved melted white candy to pipe line across top and bottom of pretzels. Add nonpareils. Use melted red or green candy to pipe line across the center of ornaments. Allow to cool in refrigerator, about 3-5 minutes. Use melted green or red candy to pipe lines across top and bottom of pretzels. Use melted white candy to pipe line across the center. Add gold sugar pearls. Allow to cool in refrigerator, about 3-5 minutes.

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Holiday Quick Lunch Buffet December 15th, 16th, 20th, 22nd & 23rd 11:30am-1:30pm $11.00 Sunday Brunch With Santa December 4th ONLY, 10am-2pm (Dec. 18th SOLD OUT) $15.95 per adult, $9.95 per child (under 4 free)

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Auctions ESTATE OF LINDA DHALLE REAL ESTATE AUCTION SAT., DECEMBER 10, 2016 •␣1:00 P.M. • SCOTTSVILLE, NY Auction to be held at 70 South Road at corner of River Road. Selling will be a 1,768 sq. ft. Ranch Duplex situated on rural country lot with pole barn and fenced areas. House needs roofing and updating. Good foundation, backup generator, central air. Lots of potential. Assessed for $153,800, sells at $30,000 or above. $6,000 deposit required to bid. OPEN HOUSES: Sat., Dec. 3 from 10-11am and Wed., Dec. 7 from Noon to 1pm. For more details call Penne Vincent at 303-2325 or Shelly Falcone at 683-0995.

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And ANTIQUES SEEWALDT BROTHERS CATTLE DISPERSAL DECEMBER 9TH AT 10AM CORNER OF ROYCE & POTTER RD., VARYSBURG, NY CATTLE: 450 head sell! Top herd of freestall trained cattle averaging 74 lbs w/4.0 BF & 3.3 P on 2X. Mostly Holstein w/some Jersey crosses. Mostly AI sired w/cleanup bull. One of the best sets of feet, legs & udders to sell this year! Heifers are well grown & in good body condition. 260 cows, 60 bred heifers, balance open heifers & calves. Cattle have been inoculated & regular vet checks. See our website,, for more info & catalogs! See our website,, for bid packet! PO Box 58 Stafford, NY 14143

Phone (585) 494-1880 59 South Lake Avenue Bergen, New York 14416

ANTIQUES WANTED: Jewelry, Gold, Silver Coins. Furniture, Toys, Crocks, Oil Paintings, Railroad Items. Oil & Farm Signs, Pedal Tractors. Howard, FOX FARM ANTIQUES, 585-226-6160.


Christmas Wreaths & Swags • Retail • Wholesale • Fundraiser Fresh cut & Made to order Made in Batavia • 6 in. to 6 ft. 26” CEMETERY WREATH $10-$13 We Ship Wreaths 10092 Francis Rd., Batavia, NY


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And ANTIQUES AUCTION AT BONTRAGER’S AUCTION CENTER 4 mi. west of Batavia, 1⁄2 mi. south of Rt. 33 on Wortendyke Rd., Batavia,


Wednesday, Dec. 7, 4:30 PM.

4 mi. west of Batavia, 1⁄2 mi. south of Rt. 33 on Wortendyke Rd.,

Items coming from a family moving south: 2 new Amish storage sheds; dining room set; bedroom sets; living room furniture; antique furniture; new plastic tables; lighting; new microwaves; new laminate flooring 500+ ft.; sm. power tools; advertising; Christmas houses; paintings & prints; 30 lots of coins; vintage shooting advertising & ammo; chain saw; air compressor; much more coming in. See our website @ for photos & details. Preview after 3:00 PM. Refreshments are available. TERMS: Cash, Approved check w/ID, MC/VISA, 13% B/P.

Batavia, Sat., Dec. 10, 9 AM. 210+ lots of gold, type coins, silver & currency. 25 lots of vintage comics to include: Amazing Fantasy #15; The Amazing Spiderman #1, 2, 3, 12A; The X-Men #1; The Fantastic Four #1, 2, 6, 8,11; The Avengers #1, 2, 4, 57; Iron Man & Sub-Mariner; Green Lantern #1; Wolverine #1. Collection of trains to include: O-gauge; lg. collection of N-gauge; H-O scale. To view list & photos, see our website @ TERMS: 13% BP, 3% Discount for cash or good check.

8975 Wortendyke Rd., Batavia, NY 14020 Auction Center Office • (585) 343-4529

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Dec. 13, 1621, the first American fur exports leave for England aboard the Fortune, only to be stolen by the French. The colonists later traded with Native Americans, exchanging corn for beaver skins, which were in turn sold in England.

DON HART MACHINERY, TOOL & HOUSEHOLD AUCTION THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15TH AT 3 P.M. 6512 N. LAKE ROAD (RT 19), BERGEN, NY SELLING: Dixie Chopper XXG2703-72, 700 hrs, 6’ deck; Ford field lift, needs work; 6’x9’ single axle trailer; 12’x7’ van body; 8’ 3pt York rake; Stihl MS 270C chain saw; welding table w/vise; battery charger; chop saw; CH portable air compressor; Bradley blade sharpener; Briggs & Stratton generator; elec. impact drill; sanders; Craftsman 10” table saw; Router & bits; 15” Grizzly G1021 planer; Delta 6” jointer; shop bench w/vise; Milwaukee 10” miter saw, collapsible stand; Craftsman 12” band saw; quantity of saw blades, router bits, log chains; skil saws; angle grinders; biscuit cutter; ITT drill press; 3⁄4” & 1⁄2” socket sets; AirCo 250amp welder; log tongs; pipe vises; 4’ levels; S&K deep socket set; DeVilbiss upright air compressor; quantity of lumber including 300’ of 1x8 & 1x10 ash, hard maple & basswood; firewood; banding machine; yard equip including cans, wheelbarrow, Box scraper; JD 10 lawn cart; Titan power washer; quantity of hand tools; much, much more! PLUS: household items & antiques: couch; armchairs; single beds; buffet; dry sink; wash stand; book shelves; prints & paintings, collection of antique restored pulleys; antique egg crate; kitchen table & chairs; commode; gun cabinet; walking canes; roll top desk, much more. TERMS: Cash, Check, MasterCard or Visa. 13% buyer’s premium, 3% discount for cash or check. Nothing to be removed until settled for. All items sold “where is, as is.” PO Box 58 Stafford, NY 14143


8975 Wortendyke Rd., Batavia, NY 14020 Auction Center Office • (585) 343-4529

Antique things have an appreciation and worth. Something can be old, but it can be timeless; therefore, it becomes an antique. If this antique is preserved and deemed precious, it could be passed down as a family heirloom. ~CeeLo Green



Happy Holidays from all of us at Scott Perry & Company-Christmas is almost here! Make your home Happy! Pre-lit Christmas Trees and New Furniture Selection in addition to our complete selection of building materials. Kitchen Cabinet Highlights: Complete Designer Kitchen Cabinet Sets From Niagara Cabinets, 15 to 29 pcs. - in Cherry, Chocolate, Mocha, White, Pewter, and Hickory finishes. Flooring Highlights: 5” Oak Timberland, 3⁄4” Hardwoods, 21⁄4” Hickory, 3⁄4” Hardwood, Timberland Oak Engineered Hardwoods, Luxury Vinyl Tile Laminates (LVT), “Quick Lay” , Snap & Click Laminates, Porcelain Tiles; Glass Wall Tile, Laminate pad, area and accent rugs. Furniture: Couches, chairs, accent pieces, shelving and storage pieces. Bathroom Highlights: Large Selection of Bathroom Vanities; bathtubs, faucets, fixtures, toilets. Other Items of Interest: 4 & 6 Panel Pine Interior Doors, Exterior Center Entrance Doors, Exterior doors, Tools From Hitachi, Bostitch, Milwaukee & Ridgid, Ceiling Fans, Bath Fans, Kitchen & Bath Faucets. Auctioneer’s Note: We Will Be Running 2 Auctions at Once Both Starting At 10:00AM - Get Here Early For Preview With Your Friends. Check Our Web Site: for updated items & pictures.

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GVPS Readers Have $58,768,524 to Spend on Children’s Apparel... That’s 65,298 Potential Customers


he 2016 GVPS readership survey study from Circulation Verification Council has revealed that 65,298 people who read our publication plan to purchase children’s apparel in the next 12 months. With the average customer spending $900 in this category annually, that equals $58,768,524 in potential sales for our advertisers.* That’s real buyers. Buyers you can reach. Genesee Valley Penny Saver is number 1 in New York State for market penetration, readership & advertiser response.* *CVC Audit Survey.

PENNY SAVER ONLINE POLL: What kind of customer are you? Wandering - no specific need or desire in mind, just want a sense of experience Loyal - always go back to the same place and never leave without buying Need-Based - have a specific intention to buy an item and seek that item out Impulse - go into a store on a whim and purchase what seems good at that time Discount - only buy when there are markdowns

Poll Ends 12/6/16 Vote at: Online Poll Question We’ll publish the results in next week’s Penny Saver.

Poll Results 11/29/16

What is the ideal time for Thanksgiving Leftovers?

Reaching Your Customers

Impact of Running Away Is Chillier Than Winter

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(NewsUSA) - Between 1.6 and 2.8 million youth run away each year in the U.S. The brutal cold of winter is only one of the threats that runaway youth will struggle to overcome. According to the National Runaway Switchboard (NRS) 2011 Runaway Youth Longitudinal Study, the long-term impact on their health, economic and legal outcomes as adults is another significant risk.

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For adults who ran away from home as adolescents, the likelihood of having suicidal thoughts increases 51 percent, they are more than three times as likely to attempt suicide, the likelihood of them being a smoker is 2.4 times as high, they are 67 percent more likely to use marijuana, and they are 53 percent more likely to report having a sexually transmitted disease.

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“Long-term consequences of youth running away should encourage parents, teachers and other adults to get involved earlier to prevent a runaway situation,” said Maureen Blaha, NRS executive director. “Hopefully, knowing the potential consequences also deters youth from running away.”

Running away doesn’t just affect health -- it also impacts the economy. As an adult, a former runaway’s annual income level is $8,823 lower on average and the likelihood of being a recipient of AFDC, public assistance or welfare is 76 percent higher. The negative effects of running away don’t stop there. Adults who ran away as adolescents are approximately 2.5 times more likely to be arrested, and they are 99 percent more likely to sell drugs. The key is runaway prevention, and NRS offers a few tips for parents to keep their child from running away: • Understand Your Child. Try to sympathize with what your kids are going through, and look at life from their point of view. • Discuss Feelings. Talk about what it feels like to be a parent, and encourage your children to talk about their feelings, too. When parents share their feelings, children know it’s safe to share theirs.

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Complete Your Holiday Shopping With One More Stop! • Fresh flower centerpieces & arrangements • Flowers delivered locally • Ornaments • Candles • Cards • Money Holders • Gift Certificates • Children’s Crafts

CRAFT SUPPLIES & FLORIST 70 S. Lake Ave. (Rt. 19), Bergen • 494-2056 Hours: Tues.-Fri. 10-6; Sat. 10-4; Sun. closed ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS! A solar energy system will save you $$$ on your monthly utility bills while protecting you from future rate hikes. Tax credits available for new installs! For information, call: 1-888-683-7004.

Honor Your Loved One In print and online by publishing an Obituary in our Passages Section for just $50. Includes color photo and unlimited wording. Call or Email: Lynn Forrester; 585-226-5841

REMEMBER & REFLECT... Celebrate the memory of your loved ones in print & online by publishing a memoriam in our passages section. Call or Email: Lynn Forrester; 585-226-5841

A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. ~Herm Albright, quoted in Reader’s Digest, June 1995

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Dec. 14, 1799, the first U.S. president, George Washington, dies at his Mount Vernon estate in Virginia. Two days earlier, he’d ridden out into freezing sleet and later refused to change out of his wet clothes. The next day he developed a severe respiratory infection.

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CROWN PERFORMANCE When a tooth is missing or so damaged that it requires extensive repair, a dental crown is the restoration of choice. Also known as a “cap,” this type of cosmetic restoration has the longest life expectancy of all others. When cemented in place, a crown completely encapsulates the remaining portion of tooth and fully restores the damaged or missing tooth’s size, shape, function, and appearance. While gold alloy crowns last the longest, porcelainfused-to-metal crowns have a more natural appearance and are made to match the color of adjacent teeth. All porcelain or all-ceramic dental crowns provide the best natural color match, while pressed ceramic crowns have a hard inner core that replaces the metal liner used in the

all-ceramic crown-making process. At BATAVIA FAMILY DENTAL, we perform a variety of procedures, including crowns. We recommend regular check-ups, periodic cleanings, and x-rays when needed. We stress preventive dentistry for all members of the family. Located at 6 Batavia City Centre, we strive to teach you good oral hygiene. In the long run you will have better dental health. Please call 585.343.4246 to schedule an appointment. P.S. Pressed ceramic crowns are capped with porcelain, which provides the best natural color match. They are also more longlasting than an allporcelain crown.

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DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m confused about the medical rule not to drink any alcohol while on antibiotics. After doing Internet research on reputable sites, I found, to my surprise, that the overwhelming medical opinion is that moderate alcohol use does not render most antibiotics ineffective. I do understand that alcohol should not be used with specific antibiotics, e.g. Flagyl, because of adverse physical reactions. I read that the warning not to mix alcohol with antibiotics stems from doctors fearing patients taking antibiotics to cure STDs would have lowered inhibitions and engage in unprotected sex. Could you please set the record straight for the public on this subject? -- K.L. ANSWER: I never learned the rule that alcohol shouldn’t be taken while on antibiotics, with the exception of metronidazole (Flagyl), the combination of which causes extremely unpleasant nausea and vomiting, headache, shortness of breath and other symptoms. This reaction can happen to a lesser extent with sulfamethoxazole (a component of Bactrim or Septra) as well as other, less commonly used antibiotics such as tinidazole and some cephalosporins. The antituberculosis drug isoniazid can cause liver damage in combination with excess alcohol. In general, if you are sick enough to need antibiotics, it is prudent to avoid alcohol, and certainly to avoid excess alcohol. But alcohol does not render antibiotics ineffective. Preventing STDs is much better than treating them, since not all can be cured. Part of being sexually responsible is making good decisions. You are correct that people are more likely to make unwise decisions with even moderate amounts of alcohol. That’s true with or without antibiotics. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I suffered from a very painful case of plantar fasciitis for longer than a year when my husband and I (both in our 40s) discovered that we were expecting a baby. I was terrified over the prospect for several reasons, including the already painful state of my feet. It turned out that my plantar fasciitis was completely cured by the end of my pregnancy. Now, at 47, with a darling 3-year-old, I’m wondering if there is any way of preventing the condition from returning. My OB/ GYN guessed that perhaps the hormones that make a pregnant woman more “stretchy” are behind my cure. Do you have any ideas about this? -- B.R. ANSWER: Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation in the strong band of connective tissue that runs from the heel to the toes and supports the foot. The major symptom is pain with walking, especially with the first step of the day. Pregnant women are indeed more likely to suffer from plantar fasciitis. Most authorities feel it is the relatively fast weight gain of a normal pregnancy, but some blame the hormone relaxin, which loosens the pelvic and other ligaments. This can change your gait and cause abnormal stresses on the feet, causing plantar fasciitis. Your obstetrician is suggesting that relaxin is acting on your already-existing plantar fasciitis, which I haven’t heard of, but it is an interesting thought. For prevention, regular stretching of the calf muscles, wearing shoes with good support and maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent recurrence. *** 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 To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. © 2016 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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Caring for you and the community since 2001 Inviting New Patients to the Experience Geneseo ~ 585.286.3664 Noyes Health Services 50 E. South St., Ste. 400A Sue DeBruyne, Au.D.

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WISDOM TEETH Wisdom teeth, also known as “third molars,” are the last teeth to develop and erupt into the mouth. Unfortunately, they are the most common teeth to be ‘impacted’ or unable to fully erupt between the ages of 15-20, but can be seen earlier or appear much later in life. Impacted teeth are not able to erupt through the gum tissue fully or at all. This can be due to many reasons, including lack of room for the teeth (jaw growth), malposition of teeth or pathology. Nearly everyone has at least 1 impacted wisdom tooth. Why are wisdom teeth removed? There are many reasons wisdom teeth require removal; These include pain, swelling, infection, orthodontic treatment, periodontal disease, cavities, shifting of teeth, age and pathology (such as cyst development). If not removed, impacted wisdom teeth could lead to damage of adjacent teeth or cause infection, which is a very common reason that they are removed. If they do erupt fully, they often are difficult to clean and maintain, have bacteria associated with them which can lead to systemic infection and illness that can affect the heart and make management of other illnesses such as diabetes more difficult. If the teeth remain impacted as people age, other pathology can develop, such as cysts and tumors. Management of these situations is often compromised by anatomy and other medical concerns. Pain-free does not mean problem-free or pathology-free. If the wisdom teeth erupt fully, are hygienic and without pathology, proper follow up is in order with periodic exam and x-rays. What is the best age to remove wisdom teeth? Studies have consistently shown that removing wisdom teeth in the teen years is by far easier for patients. This is due to bone being softer, roots not being fully developed, better healing process, and an essentially uncomplicated or benign medical history. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and Wisdom Teeth If you have been recommended to have your wisdom teeth removed, you will most likely be referred to an Oral Surgeon (OMS) for evaluation. OMS’s remove thousands of teeth, including wisdom teeth, every year. They perform hundreds of anesthetics for various reasons every year, have advanced training in surgical and anesthetic complications and employ a team that is certified in anesthetic care giving. There are various types of anesthetics that an OMS can administer in a very safe and controlled environment. Most often, as a result of their extensive training and experience, teeth removed by an OMS results in less pain, swelling, infection and other complications.

Andrew M. Steinhilber, D.D.S., M.S.D.

(585) 346-6560

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3517 Thomas Drive, Suite 12, Lakeville, NY 14480 (conveniently located in Lakeville Office Park at the North End of Conesus Lake)

“Thank you for selecting our office to serve your surgical needs. We will make every effort to provide you not only with expert surgical care, but also with a friendly, knowledgeable and caring staff.” - Andrew M. Steinhilber, D.D.S., M.S.D.

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We have year round accommodations! Available by the night, weekend, week or longer. Just $200 per night. Check out our facebook page for more information or call 585-356-3739. “A better place to stay.”


We are located at the corner of Rt. 63 and Boyd Rd., just 2 miles south of Pavilion, NY 7347 Boyd Rd. • Pavilion, NY 14525

585-584-9250 MOBILE HOME DOCTOR: Heat tapes, frozen plumbing, floors, remodeling, roof snow removal, insurance work. All jobs 24/7. Insured. 585-402-1046.

ERIK BERGGREN REMODELING 30 Years Experience. Metal Roofing, Painting, Finished Basements, Flooring, Drywall, Bathrooms, Electric, Plumbing and More! See our Facebook or Call 585-507-8354.

BROCKPORT AUTO INSURANCE: Auto - Home - Motorcycle. Call Audrey at 585-637-4320. XARELTO USERS have you had complications due to internal bleeding (after January 2012)? If so, you MAY be due financial compensation. If you don´t have an attorney, CALL Injuryfone today! 1-800-340-6821. FIREWOOD LOGS for sale. Call Steve Schiano for details, 585-233-3035.

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T H E B IB L E SA Y S “L et us w alk honestly,as in the d ay;not in rioting and d runkenness,not in cham bering and w antonness,not in strife and envying .” (R om ans 13:13) “V erily,verily,I say unto you,H e that heareth m y w ord ,and believeth on him that sent m e,hath everlasting life,and shall not com e into cond em nation;but is passed from d eath unto life.” (John 5 :24) “W ho his ow n self bare our sins in his ow n bod y on the tree,that w e, being d ead to sins,should live unto rig hteousness: by w hose stripes ye w ere healed .” (I P eter 2:24) “A nd w hosoever w as not found w ritten in the book of life w as cast into the lake of fire.” (R evelation 20:15 ) “F or w hosoever shall call upon the nam e of the L ord shall be saved .” (R om ans 10:13)

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TUESDAY , DECEMBER 6 Babies & Books, 10:30 am - ages up to 24 months with an adult. No registration.

WEDNESDAY , DECEMBER 7 Adult Book Discussion, 7 pm - Join us as we discuss Christmas Wedding by James Patterson. Books for this discussion are available at the Checkout Desk. No registration required.

THURSDAY , DECEMBER 8 No registration required for these programs: Simply Stories, 10 am - for all ages. Join us for a fun, drop-in storytime! Explore Computers & Robots with the Whole Family, 5:45-6:45 pm Pajama Storytime, 7 pm - for all ages. All programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Chili Public Library.

Wheatland Senior Center 889-1284 • December 5-9 Monday:


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Selling Your Home? · Look to paint. One of the least expensive improvement materials, but one that has a significant impact, is paint. Neutral, modern colors can easily liven up any space. If you paint with low-VOC paint, you also can advertise an ecofriendly home, which is very desireable these days. · Add illumination to rooms. A dark home is a dreary home. Adding light can mean including more overhead and accent lighting. Under-cabinet task lighting is a nice touch. Inclusion of skylights and sun tubes can bring natural light into rooms that may not have south- or west-facing windows.

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Future Forest Consulting, Inc. DEC Cooperating Forest Consultant Corey Figueiredo *Red Oak Prices are at a 7 year high currently* 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. Special interest in Black Walnut - 10 trees or more. Website:


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CLAW FOOT BATHTUB, December 1931 on bottom, $200/ b.o. LEER TRUCK CAP off 1999 Ford F150 XLT, make offer. Cash only. 585-493-2958. FIREWOOD: Face Cords (4´x8´x16”). Seasoned, unseasoned, pickup or delivered. Stacking Available. 5385 Agar Rd., Avon. Call/ Text Mike McEvoy, 585-690-6024. FOR SALE: GE Profile Convection/ Microwave Oven $150 or BO. Call after 5:00 p.m. 585-584-8002. FOR SALE: Black walnut trees, some over 52” circumference. West Bloomfield area. Call 315-331-2712 for info.

Shetler Tree Farm is proud to be a part of the Trees for Troops Program!

CHRISTMAS TREES! Cut or U-Cut. Starting November 11th, 2016, Monday- Saturday, 9am- Dark. Ed’s Acres, 11226 Roanoke Rd., Wyoming, NY 14591. Blue and Norway Spruce. Questions call 585-584-3470.


XEROX WORKCENTRE 7328: Copies, scans and e-mails. Comes with 3 magenta, 3 cyan, 3 yellow and 2 black cartridges, $100. Call 585-226-8111 ask for Matt. FOR SALE: Quartz Heater, $80. Appliance Cart, $60. Stealth Trail Cam, $75. Dell Laptop, $300. All Excellent Condition. 585-786-0212. FOR SALE: Pool table, $500. Juke boxes, dart games, video games, poker games. Create your barroom for half the price. Cash/ Carry, 585-314-2583. CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE: 6 ft.- 8 ft. trees; $15 each. You pick, we cut. 1784 Federal Rd. Linwood. 585-409-4336. SEASONED FIREWOOD: CUT & SPLIT 1 YEAR OR GREEN delivered by the face cord; (4’x8’x16”); Up to 28” for outside stoves. 585-519-2051.

MOMENTS IN TIME • The History Channel • On Dec. 12, 1989, Leona Helmsley, nicknamed the “Queen of Mean” by the press, receives a four-year prison sentence, 750 hours of community service and a $7.1 million tax-fraud fine in New York. Helmsley had once quipped that “only the little people pay taxes.” St. Joe’s National Junior Honor Society collects donations for All Babies Cherished.

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CHRISTMAS COOKIES MADE SIMPLE Use a cookie mix. Who says you have to toil and make cookies from scratch? It’s the thought that counts, and any number of creative recipes can begin by utilizing a premade baking mix. These mixes already have most of the dry cookie ingredients sifted together, including flour, baking soda, baking powder, salt, and sugar. All you have to do is add the wet ingredients and any extra embellishments to make the mix your own. If mixes are too much work, purchase refrigerated or frozen cookie dough. Include your own add-ins, such as nuts, white chocolate chips, bits of dried fruit, or crumbled candy canes, to give the premade dough a unique flavor.

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41 CHILDREN’S CHOIR ROBES. Red. Various sizes: 585-265-3374 LOVE SEAT HIDE-A-BED. Good condition: 585-321-0194 RADIO SHACK 40 CHANNEL CB RADIO: 585-314-7837 LOWREY ELECTRIC ORGAN w/foot pedals. Works good. You pick up. Batavia: 585-343-1727

ALUMINUM TRUCK CAP for ’01 S10 Extended Cab Pick Up: Mike 585-202-1991

PING PONG TABLE (plywood). Full size. You pick up: 585-334-7883

USED SNOWBLOWER in working condition. Bad back, cannot shovel anymore: 585-469-3511

COAL STOVE STOKER. Heavy. Has some coal. You remove: 585-734-8589

YOUTH FOOTBALL JERSEYS/OUTFITS in good condition. Sizes 8-16. For Children’s Group Home. Professional NFL Buffalo Bills gear in demand:

CERAMIC TILES: 46 - 6x6” white, 30 - 12x12” beige/marble and 4 - 12x12” white: 1988 WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA. Great for kids! 3 CASES MASON QUART JARS & CASE OF SMALL JELLY JARS. West Henrietta: 585-727-9664 3 CASES OF CLEAN BEER BOTTLES ready to be used by a home brewer: WHIRLPOOL WASHER, front loader. Occasional resettable error code (F-11). No leaking issues. Runs fine otherwise: HALLET & DAVIS CO. UPRIGHT WOOD PIANO, 1900’s. Needs tuning. Canandaigua area: 585-355-3964 DECORATIVE PEBBLES/STONES. Large quantity. You pick up. Chili/Henrietta area: 585-436-8158 LARGE UPRIGHT PIANO in good condition. You move: 585-254-0521

WATER HOLDING TANK from basement - 200 gallons or larger. PLASTIC WINTER COVER from swimming pool for garden weed control: 585-356-7540 ELECTRIC SCOOTER for mobility for a handicap senior: ACORNS W/TOPS (2-3 dozen) to use for crafts. Mt. Morris area: 585-991-6571 HOODIES for a junior, size 10-12: 585-410-3115 2012 BLACK CHEVY IMPALA, low mileage. Disabled. To take people to church: 585-219-4374 OLD WOOD, PLYWOOD, BARN WOOD or INSIDE MOLDING. Slightly rotted or bug damage okay. Also, RUSTY METAL wanted: 585-637-0933 30 BABY FOOD JARS with lids: BARSTOOLS for a new start up nonprofit business:

BIBLES AND CHRISTIAN BOOKS. Chili/Henrietta area: 585-436-8158

OLD BOTTLE CAPS: 585-250-2376

2000 FORD WINDSTAR SEATS (1 bench seat and 2 single seats). Light gray. Ex. condition. Very clean: 585-388-2822

LEFTOVER ROOFING MATERIAL - Padding, shingles, etc.: 585-346-3842

BALDWIN ORGAN w/bench. In good condition: 585-334-3174

STATIONARY BIKE, in working condition (Wayland area): 585-278-4118

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AVON Holiday One Stop Shop! Saturday and Sunday, December 3 and 4 from 10am-3pm at the Avon Commons Community Center (formerly at the Avon Inn), 597 Collins Street, Avon. Unique heartfelt Crafts and Gifts, Holiday and Home Accents featured by local vendors. Plus much much more! Don´t miss this Annual Holiday event!! BLESS THE TROOPS: Collecting items for Vets - Local Womens Vet Shelter, Richards House Homeless Vet Shelter, and CDS Injured Soldier Facility. Join us Sunday, December 11th. Collection hours: 12noon-3pm, Avon Veterans Hall, 5480 East Avon Rd. (Rt. 5&20). Christmas Sweets & Music! List of Needs: Protein Bars, Slim Jims, Granola Bars, Fig Newtons, Gel Shoe Inserts, Lip Balm, Cough Drops, Visine, Nasal Spray, Baby Wipes, Breath Mints, Hard Candy Individually Wrapped, Travel Size Shampoo, Travel Size Body Wash, Deodorant, UNO Card Game, Crossword Puzzles, K-9 Chew Sticks for Therapy Dog(s). Soldiers active/inactive and Vets please stop in. We would love to thank you for your service! Frank/Colleen 585-509-7462.

BYRON Byron Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast with Santa. Sunday, December 11, 2016 from 8:30amNoon. Byron Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor children’s activities and Santa. Santa will be there from 10am-noon. Chinese Auction and 50/50 drawing. At Byron Fire Hall on Rt. 262, Byron. Adults $7.00, under 5 free.

CALEDONIA The Knights of Columbus of Caledonia will hold their annual All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, December 3rd from 4-7pm in the St. Columba Church Hall, 198 North St. Dinners are $7 each, $4 each for children ages 4-12 and free for children ages 3 and under. All are welcome. Help support the local efforts of our Knights and their good works. Take-outs available.

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CHURCHVILLE Give a Toy & Spread Some Joy! The Town of Riga will be working with the Churchville Lions Club and St. Vincent´s Church in collecting donations of new unwrapped toys suitable for children ages 1-12, at the Riga Town Hall (6460 Buffalo Rd, Churchville) till December 9th, M-F, 9AM-4PM and Wednesday 9AM-5PM. The toys will then be given to children of less fortunate families. Please help us spread some cheer this holiday season! (585) 293-3880 Ex 121 or 122. Union Church´s ”Christmas Gala” - All Are Welcome to Join Us! Union Congregational Church, 14 North Main St., Churchville, Saturday, December 10th. Event Times: 6PM: Soup & Bread Supper. 6PM7PM: Christmas Crafts. 7PM Musical Play ”What´s Your Meaning of Christmas?” Presented by youth & adults of UCC. A free will donation will be taken to help defray the cost of organ repairs. Contact Us @ 293-1665 or Free Lunch for the Community Sunday, December 11 from 122pm at the Churchville United Methodist Church, 24 West Buffalo St., 585-293-3282. All are welcome. The Newman Riga Library will host ”Christmas with Samantha and Kit”, an American Girl Dolls holiday program on Saturday, December 10 at 11am-12:30pm, 1 South Main St., Churchville. Teresa Wood, of History Houses, will bring two dollhouses, all decorated for the holidays! A Christmas cardmaking craft will follow. For more information, please call 293-2009.

“ I have heard there are troubles of m ore than one kind. Som e com e from ahead, som e com e from behind. But I’ve bought a big bat, I’m ready you see, now m y troubles are going to have trouble w ith m e.” – Dr. Seuss

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


ELBA Christmas in the Park! The Elba Betterment Committee presents the annual Christmas in the Park, a lighted tree ceremony, on Saturday, December 10 at 7pm at the Elba Village Park. Refreshments, Christmas carols, and Santa!! If you would like to order a tree for your family, organization or business, contact Pauli Miano @ pmiano@ or 585-356-1561. The Elba United Methodist Church will be holding a Ham and Scalloped Potato Dinner on Saturday, December 3. Dinner will be served from 4-6:30pm. Price will be $9 for adults, $5 for under 12 and free to under 5. Dinner will include ham, potato, vegetable, roll, beverage and dessert. Takeouts are available. There will be a Bake Sale during the dinner. Elba Scouts Troop 6017 Holiday Craft Show! Come join us! Saturday, December 10, 10-4pm at the Elba Central School, 57 South Main Street, Elba. Visit from Santa 2:304pm! Over 50 Vendors! Sheriff Department Fingerprinting & Photos of your Children 11-1pm. Kids Craft Corner & Face Painting. Photo Booth Pictures With Santa. Grand Door Prize - Over $450 of Gift Cards - Basket Raffles - 50/50. Karate Demonstration by Bushido Martial Arts 1-2pm. Kitchen Open All Day! Elba Scout´s Famous French Onion Soup! So Much More - Please Come Out and Support Our Scouts. Questions? Lori at

The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance; the wise grows it under his feet. ~James Openheim

HAMLIN Snowmobile Safety Certification Course: The NYS Police will be holding a snowmobile safety certification course for youth on Saturday, December 17 from 8am-4pm at the Hamlin Beach State Park Conference Room, Hamlin. Students may bring a bag lunch, pizza will be provided. The course is targeted for young persons ages 10 to 18. Preregistration is required. Call the New York State Park Police at 585-658-4692 to register for the course. Space will be limited so call early. For further information, call 585-658-4692 or write New York State Park Police, 1 Letchworth State Park, Castile, NY 14427.

HENRIETTA Thursday Evening Recovery Meeting - Learn Recovery´s practical coping techniques. Peer group helps one another struggling with depression, anxiety, anger or stress. Leader: John @ 585-729-9420. Group meets in Room 2 of the School, Gurardian Angels Church, 2061 E. Henrietta Rd., Henrietta. For more information call 585-234-2434 or see our website at


IRONDEQUOIT The Genetaska Club of Rochester - Bake & Raffle Fundraiser! Cookies, pies, dessert loaves, jellies and jams are on the menu, but they will ALL BE HOMEMADE, NOT STORE-BOUGHT!! The Sale will be at the Irondequoit Public Library on the corner of Titus Ave. and Kings Highway. It starts on Friday, 12/16 from 10am-5pm and continues through Saturday, 12/17 from 10am-3:30pm. You can also buy raffle tickets for many donated items including gift certificates and gift baskets. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Irondequoit Community Cupboard. Questions: Joan Rall 872-3527 or Rosann Tacito 872-4687.

LEROY The Senior Citizens of Le Roy and Stafford will meet the SECOND WEDNESDAY (December 14) due to the holiday season for our dinner and planned program. We meet in the Knights of Columbus Hall behind Save-A-Lot on West Main St., LeRoy. Each person attending brings a generous dish to pass or pays $4 each for a nice buffet meal and social. Bring your own place setting and beverage. Coffee, tea and dessert are provided. Dinner served at 6pm followed by a program. Next Dinner: December 14th. Questions, please contact Judy Ridley, Director @ 768-2001, or Sharon Frost @ 768-6846. All You Can Eat Breakfast - Sunday, December 4, 8AM-11AM. Includes: Eggs, Sausages, Bacon, Pancakes, Home Fries, Tea, Coffee, And Orange Juice. Adults: $6, Children: 6-12 $3, Children: Under 6 Free. Held at The Knights Of Columbus, 15 West Main Street (Behind Save A Lot), LeRoy. St. Mark’s Open House - In celebration of its 200th anniversary in 2017, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 1 East Main St., LeRoy is sponsoring a Photo Contest open to all ages. The sanctuary of St. Mark’s Church, decorated for Christmas, will be open to photographers for interior photos on Saturday, December 17 from 1-3pm. Considered the most photographed building in Genesee County, St. Mark?s has a beautiful natural setting above Oatka Creek with architecture in the English Gothic style. Information and complete details about the contest are available at and at the church.

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MUMFORD Wheatland Senior Citizen Travel Club - Annual Christmas Lunch of Ham Dinner, Refreshments & Dessert. Bring your own place settings. Short Choral Program by Cal-Mum 2nd Grade at noon. Eat at 12:30. Please bring canned or box food for local food cupboard. Tuesday, December 13, 12-1:30pm, Mumford Community Center, 1013 Main St., Mumford.

PERRY Homemade Christmas Cookie Sale - Saturday, December 17 from 10am till noon at the Brick Presbyterian Church, corner Main and Church Streets, Perry. Cookies are displayed, you choose your own, fill a box, pay by the pound. Come early for best selection.

He dares to be a fool, and that is the first step in the direction of wisdom. ~James Gibbons Huneker

ROCHESTER Sing Joy! The Lyric Chorale, Chrisanne Gates, Director, presents: ”Sing Joy” with special guest, Celebration Brass. Saturday, December 10, 7:30pm-9:30pm, Faith Lutheran Church, 2576 Browncroft Blvd., Rochester. This concert features The Lyric Chorale and Celebration Brass singing and playing joyous songs of Christmas. Included among the traditional and familiar songs of the season are: Pinkham’s Christmas Cantata, Chilcott’s Mid-Winter, Hang the Holly, Hark! the Herald Angels Sing and many more. Please join us for this evening of beautiful music. Cost: $15 adults; $13 students and seniors. RTOS December Holiday Theater Organ Concert: The Rochester Theater Organ Society proudly presents its spectacular holiday concert on Sunday, December 11th at 2:30PM at the Rochester Auditorium Theatre. Rochester’s own organist Tim Schramm has invited many talented performers for a Christmas extravaganza you won’t want to miss! Admission to RTOS concerts for non-members is $15 per person. Children 12 & under, and students with school ID are free. Box office opens at 1:45 PM day of performance. General admission seating. Handicapped accessible. For more information, visit the RTOS website at http:// or call the RTOS Concert & Information Line at 585-234-2295.

TOYS* TOYS* TOYS- Linwood Turf Equipment has a full line of John Deere Toys for your holiday gift giving. Pre-School through Adult! Shop early for best selection. Linwood Turf Equipment, 1818 Linwood Rd., Linwood. 585-584-3122.

Wednesday Evening Recovery Meeting: Learn Recovery´s practical coping techniques. Peer group helps one another struggling with depression, anxiety, anger or stress. Leader: Annie @ 585-244-5669. Group meets in Teacher´s Lounge at rear of school, St. Pius Parish School, 3000 Chili Ave., Rochester. For more information call 585-234-2434 or see our website at Rochester’s 34th annual TUBACHRISTMAS concert - Saturday, December 10, at 4pm in Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre. A mass low-brass choir of 150 tuba and euphonium players of all ages and abilities will perform traditional Christmas carols with an enthusiastic audience sing-along. The resulting rich, resonant sound is like no other and should not be missed. Tickets to the concert are free and can be picked up in advance at the Eastman Theatre Box Office, 433 East Main St., Rochester, 585-274-3000, http:// RWCC Concert ”Winter Cheer” The Rochester Women´s Community Chorus will present its holiday concert, ”Winter Cheer!,” on Saturday, December 3, at 7:30pm at The Clover Center for Arts & Spirituality, 1101 Clover Street, Rochester. Advance tickets are $12 adults, $10 students and seniors, $6 children under age 12. The performance is sign language interpreted and wheelchair accessible. For more information, call 376SING (376-7464) or find us on the web at Gates Historical Society´s ”Holly Days” - You are invited! Join us on Saturday, December 17 and Sunday, December 18 from 1-3pm at the Hinchey Homestead, 634 Hinchey Road, Rochester. Come see this Victorian Style home decorated for Christmas including 10 decorated trees by various organizations and businesses. Light refreshments and tours will be provided. A Christmas Party will be held on Monday, December 19 at 7pm all are welcome.

The man who doesn’t relax and hoot a few hoots voluntarily, now and then, is in great danger of hooting hoots and standing on his head for the edification of the pathologist and trained nurse, a little later on. ~Elbert Hubbard

OLD WATCHES WANTED!! Rolex, Patek Philippe, Omega, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron, Cartier, Longines, Universal, Breitling. Chronographs, Daytona, Submariner, GMT-Master, Moonphase, Day Date, Speedmaster and more. TOP CA$H PAID 1-800-401-0440.

Tuesday Afternoon Recovery Meeting - Learn Recovery´s practical coping techniques. Peer group helps one another struggling with depression, anxiety, anger or stress. Leader: Michelle @ 585-271-5453. Group meets in the Conference Room, DePaul City Center, 150 Mt. Hope Ave., Rochester. For more information call 585-234-2434 or see our website at www.


SCOTTSVILLE T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) is a healthy and sensible way to lose pounds with a wonderful support group. We meet on Monday mornings at the #4 Chili Fire House off Scottsville Road (off Jemison Rd.) Weigh-ins 9:159:45am. Meetings at 9:4510:45am. Teens and guests are welcome. For information: Pat Gallo 889-2020 or Nida Rogers 889-1466. Christmas Open House at the historic Sage-Marlowe House. Experience a step back in time as you enjoy this charming 1840s home decorated for the holidays. Each room of the house, which is maintained by the Wheatland Historical Association, is furnished as a mid 1800s working family home. Open hours will be from 2pm until 4pm on Saturday, December 3--in conjunction with the Scottsville Parade of Lights--and Sunday, December 11. Located at 69 Main St., Scottsville. Call 571-4472 for more information 2016 Holiday Season Celebration Decoration Contest: The Residents and Businesses in the Village of Scottsville are invited to decorate their FRONT DOOR with seasonal decorations during the holiday season. Prizes awarded for Historic Elegance, Light the Night, and Winter Wonderland. Judging will take place on Saturday December 10th (morning & evening). For additional information, please contact the Village Office at 889-4700.

YORK The York-Leicester Towners will be holding their annual Christmas/ Pizza Party on Wednesday, December 7th at the York Town Hall at 12pm. If you are interested in participating in the gift exchange, please bring a male/female gift to exchange. Light entertainment will follow. Hope you can join us to ”kick off the Christmas season”!!

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Cooking for one or two Seniors face many changes as they move into their golden years. Downsizing living spaces and vehicles is common, as is implementing certain changes to improve quality of life. Many seniors also scale back in the kitchen, where some must make changes because of medical conditions. While it seems like reducing food portions would be easy, those used to prepping meals for a large family may find it difficult. The following tips can make meal preparation efficient and cost-effective. • Divide and store. Supermarkets are increasingly offering larger packages of food products as well as “family size” offerings to compete with warehouse clubs. Buying in bulk can help individuals save money, but it may not always be practical for people living alone or with just a spouse. If you must buy in bulk, invest in a food vacuum sealer or freezer storage bags. Immediately separate meats and poultry into smaller portions before storing them in the freezer. Otherwise, look for bulk items that are individually wrapped to maintain freshness. Many canned and jarred items can be covered and stored in the refrigerator after containers are opened. • Plan meals with similar ingredients. To reduce food waste, use leftovers to create casseroles or mix them in with new meals. Broiled or grilled chicken can be used to make soups, stir-fry dishes, fajitas, and sandwiches. The fewer ingredients you have to buy, the smaller the risk of spoilage.

• Cut recipes in half. Recipes can be cut down depending on how many mouths need to be fed. When baking, cutting back on proportions of ingredients can be challenging. Search online for recipe-scaling programs that can make the work easier. • Cook on the weekend. Use a weekend day to prepare food and package it into small containers in the refrigerator or freezer. Then the containers can be taken out as needed and heated quickly in the microwave for fast meals. • Organize a meal-sharing club. Get together with a few friends who also have empty nests and split cooking duties. If you’re accustomed to cooking larger portion sizes, do so and then spread the wealth with others in the group. Then sit back and relax when it is your opportunity to have meals delivered to you.

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HELP WANTED: Large Wyoming Dairy Farm seeking full time general farm worker. 45-55 hours per week. Year round employment. Good salary package including health insurance, paid vacation. Call B License a must. Call 585-495-6255 (Greg) or 585-495-6529 (Ben). Leave a message at either number.

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Patron’s Choice Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen Board Meetings are the last Tuesday of the month at 7 PM.

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BOOK CLUB meets the third Wednesday of each Month at 6:30. Join us! Watch for for upcoming, exciting December activities! Cookies, Santa, parties-lots of fun! December’s Board of Trustees meeting has been moved to Thursday, Dec. 1 at 4:30 p.m.





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“Goodwill is earned by many acts; it can be lost by one…”

~ Duncan Stuart Goodwill is priceless. It can exist between individuals, such as neighbors and friends. A company needs the goodwill of those with whom the company does business. When goodwill exists, each party regards the other in a friendly way. Every action is assumed to be motivated by good intentions. Goodwill is built gradually by a long series of transactions in an atmosphere of trust and friendship. A single act which betrays a confidence or takes an unfair advantage can shatter a relationship which has been built slowly over a long period. We believe that a funeral ceremony should be a beautiful experience, helping the bereaved in their first step towards adjustment to their loss. Call us first.

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Throughout life people w ill make you mad, disrespect you and treat you bad. Let God deal w ith the things they do, cause hate in your heart w ill consume you too. - W ill Smith

STEPS INVOLVED WITH ESTATE PLANNING An aspect of estate planning concerns funeral arrangements. Many people prefer to make their own funeral and burial plans so that these heart-wrenching decisions do not fall on the shoulders of grieving family members. Funeral planning may include choosing a burial plot, selecting a casket, indicating cremation, and paying for everything in advance so there is no financial burden on surviving family members.

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Here’s what happens when you shop local 1. More of your money will be kept in your local economy For every $100 you spend at locally owned businesses, $68 will stay in the community. 2. You embrace what makes your community unique You wouldn’t want your house to look like everyone else’s in the U.S. so why would you want your community to look that way? 3. You create local jobs Local businesses are better at creating higher-paying jobs for your neighbors. When you shop locally, you help create jobs for teachers, firemen, police officers, and many other essential professions. 4. You help the environment Buying from a locally owned business conserves energy and resources in the form of less fuel for transportation and less packaging. 5. You nurture community Local business owners know you, and you know them. Studies have shown that local businesses donate to community causes at more than twice the rate of chains. 6. You conserve your tax dollars  Shopping in a local business district means less infrastructure, less maintenance, and more money available to beautify your community. Also, spending locally instead of online ensures that your sales taxes are reinvested where they belong— in your community!

7. You create more choice Locally owned businesses pick the items and products they sell based on what they know you like and want. Local businesses carry a wider array of unique products because they buy for their own individual markets. 8. You took advantage of their expertise You are their friends and neighbors, and locally owned businesses have a vested interest in knowing how to serve you. They’re passionate about what they do. Why not take advantage of it? 9. You invested in entrepreneurship Creativity and entrepreneurship are what the American economy is founded upon. Nurturing local business ensures a strong community. 10. You made your community a destination The more interesting and unique your community, the more we will attract new neighbors, visitors and guests. This benefits everyone!


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Light Hill / Canandaigua Comfort Care Home opened nearly six months ago to care for our residents at their end-oflife. Prior to that, there were months of renovations at the hands of several extremely talented and skilled volunteer craftsmen. The home’s operation is only possible because of our incredible family of volunteers. They have come for different reasons from different backgrounds, willing to care for our residents with a caring heart. NOVEMBER is NATIONAL HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE MONTH, the ideal time to express our deep gratitude for the love, care and compassion with which they fill our homes every day. In addition, there are many more who keep our place running just like any other home. Every day at Light

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Hill is brighter because of our volunteers, the heart of our home.

From the man in the red truck and his dog Skipper: I’ve been taking my dog Skipper for rides in my truck for many years now. He looks forward to it and enjoys it! I’m sure it bothers many people, for he is barking all along the way. It was so encouraging and kind of the neighbors on Chick Rd. to write up a positive comment. Thank you for seeing the bright side of our story!

Wouldn’t it be nice at this time of THANKS GIVING…That we remind ourselves of how fortunate we are to have loving people and warm surroundings to our table of blessings. Perhaps instead of acrimonious debate, we could bring warm thoughts and good conversation to our table of gratitude. May it be so… Namaste… Randy Pawley

Article 22, Section 601 of the NY Agriculture and Markets Law: Leaving the scene of injury to certain animals without reporting. Any person operating a motor vehicle which shall strike and injure any horse, dog, cat or animal classified as cattle shall stop and endeavor to locate the owner or custodian of such animal or a police, peace or judicial officer of the vicinity, and take any other reasonable and appropriate action so that the animal may have necessary attention, and shall also promptly report the matter to such owner, custodian or officer (or if no one of such has been located, then to a police officer of some other nearby community). The remainder of S601 & S602 should be read by all-- covers the fines and being arrested for failure to comply. NO LAW TO KEEP CATS INSIDE.


It was great to see the Homecoming Parade. As I have done for SO many years, I took a plastic bag with me. This was PARTIALLY to collect the candies and gifts thrown by the participants. But after the parade is over, it is ALWAYS the same ~ I backtrack and go along the route to the beginning of the parade picking up the wrappers left behind by the litterbugs. It would be SO nice if one year, I went along, and found NO WRAPPERS left behind. I am sure the residents along the route would agree! As for the candy that is missed, think about this: I am sure the residents along the route appreciate the ants that the missed candy brings. PLEASE look around to be sure you haven’t missed any candy! You can ALWAYS donate what you don’t want. PLEASE also look around to see if you can pick up wrappers!


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100

Pediatrics Practice in Batavia is looking for a FT/PT LPN Must be able to work with kids, able to multi-task, and minimum 2 yrs. experience. Healthcare and pension plan available. Send resumes to: Email: Fax: 585-343-3826

Administrative Assistant-Batavia Full time, Monday-Friday. Some evenings required. Administrative support in fast paced behavioral health office setting. Greet consumers, collect payment for services, schedule appointments, answer calls on a multi-line phone system, complete necessary typing, copying, faxing, and maintaining clinical records. AAS degree required and 1-3 years of office experience required. BA/BS degree preferred. For more details and to apply online go to:

GENERAL WAREHOUSE ASSOCIATE Ashley HomeStore Full-Time Days Weekly paychecks $9.50 starting Apply in person: Monday through Friday 9am-1pm 7993 Call Parkway Batavia, NY

HD Mechanic Looking for team players willing to work on a fleet of modern trucks. Experience preferred but willing to train. Work would also include dump trailers & walking floor trailers. Email resume to: or fax to:

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Plumbing HVAC and Electrical Techs wanted! Must have experience and/or be licensed.

SHOW ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS THEY ARE APPRECIATED Time pay raises to coincide with Administrative Professionals Week. Use this week as an opportunity to give bonuses or raises, rather than doing so at the beginning or end of the year.


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Come join the Preferred Transportation Provider RTS! Drives bus or other revenue service vehicle to transport passengers over specified routes to local points according to a time schedule. Pick up passengers in response to radio or telephone relayed requests for service or on a pre-arranged schedule. Will assist passengers with boarding and debarking the vehicle. Records activities on trip log, and reports malfunctions. Inspects vehicle before departure.

Requirements: Applicant must possess a high school diploma or GED; a valid NYS CDL B or C License w/passenger endorsement, minimum of 5 years Class D auto driving experience, and a clean driving record (no points, no suspensions, no convictions); applicant will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test; criminal background check conducted. This position complies with NYS 19A requirements. Apply online at: or in person at the following location: Orleans County - 225 West Academy Street, Albion, NY 14411 We are an Equal Opportunity Employer

Expanding shop needs heavy duty truck and equipment mechanic. Full time, year round. Must have own tools and clean license. Pay & benefits based on experience. $1,000 sign on bonus if Cummins certified.

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AUTOMOTIVE SALES O’Connor Chevrolet has an immediate opening for professional sales consultants. Top performers earn over $90k a year plus full benefit package - health / life/ disability insurance/ paid vacation, etc. Award winning, rapidly expanding company with premier integrity. Exciting fast-paced environment. Fresh exciting cutting edge products and a family/team oriented environment. Experience is not required as we will train the right individuals. Email resume: Jim Hunter O’Connor Chevrolet, 3850 West Henrietta Rd. New Car Sales Manager


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Hiring Full Time Sales/C.S. Associate Ashley Outlet Email: Or apply in-person

• Provide a ‘Crazy Good’ customer experience • Develop relationships & sell furniture • Open availability to work F/T retail schedule • Able to lift up to 100lbs. loading/unloading Weekly pay, $10/hr + incentives

Looking for

Peer Bridger

CDL-A Drivers

The Peer Bridger provides peer support services to people transitioning from psychiatric facilities into their own communities through individual and group peer support meetings. This is a PT position (20 hours per week) stationed in Batavia, NY that requires significant travel and use of own vehicle throughout Genesee and Orleans Counties. Responsibilities include working with individuals to form trust-based relationships that foster hope for positive change & personal empowerment; Maintains personal wellness; Completes detailed written documentation of activities; Attends trainings as required and assigned by supervisor; and performs other duties as required and assigned. Qualifications include: Demonstrated experience with and knowledge of New York State mental health systems; Demonstrated knowledge of advocacy, self-help and empowerment programs for recipients of mental health services; Flexible schedule occasionally including evenings and weekends; Must have own vehicle, clean driving record, and adequate automobile insurance coverage; New York State Certified Peer Specialist certification preferred, but not required. $13.25 per hour with pro-rated PT benefits including approved mileage reimbursement. EOE

Local or Regional Experience with transfer trailer or dump trailers a plus. Must have clean license and 2 years experience. Flexible hours and willing to work. Good pay, benefits paid for, and vacation after a year. Please e-mail resume to: or fax to:

419 West Main Street Batavia, NY 14020


Updating a résumé with the goal of standing out among a crowded pool of applicants is a great way for job seekers to land a new job.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to: Program Manager Genesee ACE Employment Services 220 East Main Street, Batavia, NY 14020 or Email:


Are you looking for a career with an Agency that offers a wide variety of promotional opportunities?? Are you an HHA, PCA or CNA considering a change? Are you a college student looking for a position with a schedule that fits perfectly into your school schedule? Are you a parent, empty nester or someone just looking for an opportunity to work with people who need support? Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life??

A family owned and operated company. Johnson Equipment Sales and Service Johnson Equipment is looking for

We can fit literally anyone’s scheduling and location needs!

Tractor Diesel Mechanics

Lifetime Assistance, Inc. is looking for people with your talent to support individuals we support with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We welcome you to visit us for open interviews every Wednesday at 425 Paul Road, Rochester, New York 14624 from 9am-3pm. Every Thursday 9am-3pm at 127 S. Main, Brockport NY 14420

Must be experienced to apply. Night shift 3:30pm12am, Monday thru Friday. Competitive pay – tool bonus twice a year. Health insurance, vacation & 401k with match packages offered!

Please visit our website at to apply or learn more about our Agency and our mission

Apply in person at: 6070 Collett Rd., Farmington, NY 14425 Located at Leonard’s Express

EOE: Lifetime Assistance is committed to understanding and valuing the differences of our employees and the individuals we serve. We are committed to creating a culture that promotes mutual respect, acceptance, and cooperation among individuals of diverse backgrounds. It is expected that all employees share this commitment.

Send Resume to: Call: 585-869-3191


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Certified Nurse’s Aides Evenings - Part-Time **SIGN ON BONUS

RN/LPN All Shifts Full Time & Part-Time **SIGN ON BONUS

Looking for individual who can vaccinate, treat and tag animals. Must be able to run various equipment, along with feeding, scraping & spreading manure. Good pay & benefits, vacation after a year.

Please email resume to: or fax to: (585) 344-4868

We are a small friendly Nursing Home nestled in the heart of Avon, NY with paid vacation, 401k, Health/Dental Insurance, holidays, as well as a higher no benefit rate.

Looking for Year Round Roofer Pay based upon experience, will train, 401k. Must have reliable transportation Please send resume to:

If you are dependable, courteous and hardworking, PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON TO:

Avon Nursing Home 215 Clinton Street Avon, NY 14414

A productive employee who is kept busy working at his or her job is far more likely to be happy at that job and less likely to look for employment elsewhere. ~Zig Ziglar

Certified Nursing Assistants Full and Part-time positions available on the 3-11 shift. We are a quality, local, long term care/rehab facility. Previous LTC experience preferred and must have a current NYS Certification. Ideal for supportive, team oriented individual. We have enhanced our starting rates, shift differentials, benefits and have added a weekend rate. All this with no mandating. Apply in person at 10 Munson St., LeRoy, or online at We are an EEO employer



Holiday Help & Winter Break Work $16.75 base-appt. • Flexible schedules • Easy customer sales/service • Great resume builder • Work 1-6 weeks or longer • Great for students, ages 17+ • Scholarships possible (conditions apply)

Apply online now, or call for interview:

Call 585-424-6075



Job # 425394 (Rochester Armored)

2. Call 585-756-8100 to confirm appl receipt 3. Attend Hiring Event for Interview and road test (dress business casual)

Unable to attend? Please call (585) 756-8100 in order to speak with our branch manager FT/PT, $11.50 - $12.00/hr. Paid training, benefits, 401(k) & other bonus incentives. Min age 21 yrs, DL for at least three years w/good driving record, Must have NY State pistol permit. Must pass a Dept of Transportation Physical & Drug screen. Must undergo a Background Investigation.

Now accepting applications for full and part-time

Production Sewers

Please apply in person. Dunbar is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer - Minority/Female/Transgender/Disabled/Veteran. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to their race, gender, religion, disability, veteran or other protected status. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities.

TSS Foam Industries Corp. 2770 W. Main Rd., Caledonia


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Fill your openings fast by placing your ad in the Employment Section. Call 226-8111, 343-3111, 393-1111 or 637-5100 TRANSLOAD (GRAIN) OPERATOR Perdue AgriBusiness has an immediate need for a full-time Transload (Grain) Operator at our 3142 Bronson Hill Road, Livonia, NY facility. The position involves bulk conveying systems, climbing, operating a grain dryer and overall duties associated with a receiving facility. Experience in handling any dry bulk commodity or mechanical ability is a plus. Requirements include: basic computer, customer service, communication and analytical skills, and the ability to multi-task. Perdue offers competitive pay; medical, dental and vision; life and disability insurance; 401(k) with company-paid match; and paid vacation and holiday time. To apply go to: under careers & job opportunities

Perdue is an Equal Opportunity Employer

God sells us all things at the price of labor. ~Leonardo da Vinci DID YOU KNOW? n the 2015 version of its annual survey of colleges and universities to determine which majors earn students the best starting salaries, collected data from 1,000 universities, including 86 percent of American schools with undergraduate enrollments exceeding 5,000 students. Among the 207 majors included in the 2015 survey, students who earned bachelor’s degrees in early childhood education had the lowest starting salary, at just under $30,000. The average mid-career salary for early childhood education majors was $38,000, the second lowest mid-career salary of any major included in the study. Child and family studies majors had the second lowest starting salaries, earning an average of $31,200. Rounding out the five lowest starting salaries were culinary arts ($31,900), child development ($32,200) and early childhood and elementary education ($32,300). Child development majors had the lowest mid-career salaries, earning an average of $36,400.


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