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Denise Baller: Compassion and Giving Back By Amanda Dudek


enise Baller, dance instructor, has a passion for giving back to those both near and far. Believing it is important to for children to learn kindness and compassion, Baller has created several opportunities for herself and her students to give back. Two years ago, the destructive Atlantic hurricane season gave them an opportunity to do just that. In 2017, Hurricane Irma swept through the Caribbean followed closely by Hurricane Maria, devastating lives and communities. “We are very involved with the Island of Saint John,” said Baller, referring to the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. “I had planned to go down and teach the girls there some pieces from the Nutcracker. Then the hurricane hit, so Dancing with Denise fundraised instead. We sent at least four generators to some of our dear friends in Saint John.” In 2016, Baller and her students had fundraised to bring some children from Saint John to New York. “When the girls from Saint John came to Webster, my students were finally able to meet children with whom they were already pen pals,” explained Baller. “After sending the generators, we realized this was something we wanted to continue.” In the summer of 2018, Baller and her students were fundraising once again. This time, several of them paid their Saint John pen pals a return visit. “A group of students both from my studio and from St. John Fisher did beach clean-up, painted at the School of the Arts and participated in the Carnival Parade,” said Baller. “We also helped our friend, Trinidad Charlie, whose whole house was ~ Denise Bower simply gone,” Baller continued. “The girls loved helping out. Our crew of 30 people cleaned the debris. Charlie was just dumfounded. Then Kenny Chesney’s group came in and rebuilt his house for him.” Earlier that year in January of 2018 Baller and her husband had visited Saint John on their own. “I taught children dance at the School of the Arts because there was nothing going on for those kids, not even school,” she shared. “It gave them a bright spot in their day, and that inspired me to bring my dancers back with me.” Baller has also served as a judge for Saint John’s Carnival Parade, sends school supplies to a child who was her “little copilot,” and plans on returning to Saint John next spring. “I would like to teach at the School of the Arts,” she said. “I love it and want to do it again.” “You don’t have to do a lot to make a difference in someone’s life,” observed Baller. “Sadly, my mom, affectionately called Miss Tina, passed away this past summer. She was living at the Fairport Baptist Home

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and at Atria prior to that. When she lived at Atria, she could no longer come and sit at my dance studio’s front desk where she had become such a fixture after my dad passed away.” So, Baller started the Happy Feet Dancers, and once a month, a group of her students goes to Atria or another place in the community, dances and brings a sweet treat. The Happy Feet Dancers also visited the Comfort Care Home in Webster, participated in a camp Baller called “Happy Feet on the Move,” and are happy to volunteer wherever they can bring joy. “It brings happiness to the residents,” she said. “It is important to instill in students that you do good, and it will come back to you tenfold. That is what my mom taught me. A lot of what I do has stemmed from her. This month, my students are also collecting canned food. We build the Tower of Love with the cans, and I tell them, ‘Thank you for sharing because this is going to make someone happy by bringing them food.’ ” For Denise Baller, doing for others is a way of life. “I used to be at the nursing home every day as a very vocal advocate for my mother,” she said. “I still visit. Recently, I taught at the nursing home, and I went around asking people if I could give them a hug. You don’t realize it, but some of the people there don’t get hugs. Some of them don’t have people visit them. I try to do the little things that make people happy.” Baller also thanked her husband and the generous Webster community for all they have done to support her and her students. “Not everyone will end up on Broadway,” she said, paraphrasing a favorite quote. “However, they are going to walk away knowing how much they are loved, how to be a good person and how to treat others the way they would like to be treated.” For more information, visit www.dancingwithdenise. com. Enjoy this article? Check out this week’s other great stories online at • Lima Horse Rescue Celebrates 10 Years with Open House • Genesee County’s John Gardner: Man & Legend 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 www.gvpennysaver. com to view previously posted stories and to post your own. Visit My Hometown today!

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BLOOMFIELD Country & Blue Grass Jam! Musicians welcome! There will be lots of awesome music, excellent food and tons of fellowship! All are welcome! Music-free! Free Door Prizes! Meal - $7, children 5-12: $5, under 5 free. Join us October 16 from 3-7pm at the East Bloomfield United Methodist Church, 2 Park Place at the corner of Rts. 5 & 20, B l o o m f i e l d . w w w .

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Perinton Historical Society presents The Lost Wineries of Western New York. Join us on Tuesday, October 15, 2019 7:00 p.m. at the Fairport Museum, 18 Perrin St, Fairport. Meet the forgotten commercial winemakers of York, Pavilion, Charlotte, Irondequoit, Hemlock, Dansville, and Ossian. Learn why the grape varieties they used have gained new popularity in competitions across our country. Presentation by Jane Oakes. Free Admission. https://www.

HENRIETTA 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.

On the whole I take it that middle age is a happier period than youth. In the entire circle of the year there are no days so delightful as those of a fine October, when the trees are bare to the mild heavens, and the red leaves bestrew the road, and you can feel the breath of winter morning and evening—no days so calm, so tenderly solemn, and with such a reverent meekness in the air. ~Alexander Smith (1829–1867), “An Essay on an Old Subject”

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Humane Society of Wayne County’s - Annual Pasta Dinner & White Elephant Sale: Saturday, October 19, Palmyra Fire Hall, 615 East Main Street (Route 31), Palmyra. Sale held 11-7pm. Crafts, holiday items, books, puzzles, jewelry, antiques and collectibles, artwork, DVDs, knick-knacks, and more! No charge for admission to the sale. An all-you-can-eat pasta dinner is served 4pm-7pm featuring delicious sauce with or without meat, salad, Italian bread, beverage, and an array of outstanding homemade desserts. $9 adults, $5 children under 12. Take-outs available. Tickets: HSWC shelter, 1475 County House Road, Lyons and at the door. Info.: www. or 315-946-3389. All proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Wayne County.

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ROCHESTER Traveling Cabaret - An Afternoon of Song, Dance & Comedy: Broadway, movie and pop musical revue - “Go Pink”! Benefit for The Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester. Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 1:00 pm, LEGACY AT CLOVER BLOSSOM, 100 McAuley Drive, Rochester. Admission: Free (Free will donation appreciated). Info.: 585-218-9000.

Call for Art: Life is a Journey Artists are asked to create work that reflects the show theme, “Life is a Journey.” Only 2D mediums less than 1“ thick will be considered. Locked frames are provided in two sizes, 18”x20“ and 20”x24“ in preset orientations. Artists must mat artwork to fit designated frame size and orientation. Deadline: November 4th, 2019. Show Duration: December 2019-April 2020. Please contact Amanda Lai at BridgeArtGallery@urmc.rochester. edu or contact 585-275-3571 for more information, questions or to submit completed form.

The Rochester Theater Organ Society proudly presents its next “Pops on Pipes” concert on Sunday, October 13th at 2:30 PM at the Rochester Auditorium Theater (883 E. Main St.). Critically acclaimed classical recitalist, theatre organist, and silent film accompanist Scott Foppiano will perform on the RTOS-Grierson Wurlitzer 4/23 theater pipe organ! 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 1:30 PM on day of performance. General admission seating. handicapped accessible. Information: or call the RTOS Concert & Information Line 585-234-2295. VSW Film Series Presents Home Movie Day 2019! Saturday, October 19, 12-4pm. Bring your Video, Super 8, 8mm, and 16mm films to screen or just come to behold the vast array of fascinating amateur movies in the Rochester area! Students from the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation at the George Eastman Museum and the Association of Moving Image Archivists Student Chapter at the University of Rochester will be onhand to perform film inspections and project the films. All films determined to be in good condition will be screened before a live audience. Visual Studies Workshop, 31 Prince Street, Rochester. Admission: FREE. Parking: In Rear. Handicap accessible. Website: film-series-fall-2019/october-19home-movie-day/





Women’s Club Of Webster October General Meeting - October 17th, 4:45pm: The Women’s Club of Webster, a non-profit organization that donates to Webster charities, hosts Betsy Kalweit of Lilac City Toastmasters who will speak about “The Toastmaster Experience” at the Ontario Country Club, 2101 Country Club Lane, Ontario. Entrees: Chicken Marsala; Chicken Cordon Blue; Salmon. Dinners include baked potato, green beans almandine, rolls, coffee, tea, dessert. Cost $26. Women in Webster and surrounding areas are invited. RSVP by October 11th. Check made out to WCW. Specify entrée choice. Send to Carol Cerasoli, 1129 Chimney Tr., Webster, NY 14580. Questions? Carol 585-872-7912; (https://www. f a c e b o o k . c o m / womensclubwebster).

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DID YOU KNOW? Broadening one’s horizons through crafting can be a worthwhile pursuit. Crafting can serve as a relaxing pastime and provide an opportunity to learn rewarding skills. Learning to crochet is one way for men and women to combine creativity and practicality. Crochet is a form of handwork using yarn and a crochet hook. According to the Crochet Guild of America, there’s no way to know just how old the art of crochet is. However, crochet expert Annie Potter has said the modern form of the art originated in the 16th century, primarily in France and England. Others surmise crocheting traces its origins to Arabia before it spread westward through various Mediterranean trade routes.

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Prep time: 20 minutes Servings: 8-10 1 large red or yellow bell pepper, seeded and chopped 1/3 cup chopped red onion 1 bag (16 ounces) iceberg lettuce, carrot and cabbage salad mix 1 cup shredded Mexican cheese blend 2 cans (15 ounces each) READ 3 or 4 Bean Salad, drained 1/2 cup low-fat mayonnaise 1/2 cup low-fat sour cream 2 tablespoons finely chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce 1/2 cup crumbled tortilla chips (optional) small avocado, sliced (optional) In 3 1/2-quart salad bowl or souffle dish, layer bell pepper, onion, lettuce, cheese and bean salad. Mix mayonnaise, sour cream and chipotle peppers. Spread over top of salad. Cover and refrigerate up to 8 hours. Just before serving, sprinkle top with chips and sliced avocado, if desired. Toss to serve.



CROSSWORD RUMMAGE SALE: FAIRPORT: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 77 Country Corner Lane (off Ayrault Rd.) 10/1718(9am-4pm) 10/18 half price all day. 10-19 (9am-noon). $4 Bag Day!

GATES/ ROHESTER (14624): 17 Adeane Drive East. 10/12, 10/13 (9-4pm). GARAGE SALE: Sports memorabilia, Home Interior, indoor/ outdoor furniture, toys, lawn tools, mens clothing, auto parts, jewelry, dishes, hardware tools, collectibles. LOTS of items priced under $1. Cash Only.

WEST HENRIETTA: 508 Rush-Henrietta TL Road. Sat., 10/19 (8-3pm). MOVING SALE. Outdoor furniture, sectional couch, accent tables, lamps, TVs, home decor, gardening, holiday, much more!

PITTSFORD: 20 and 29 Round Trail Drive. Fri. & Sat., Oct. 18 & 19 (9am to 3pm). 2 HOUSE GARAGE/ MOVING SALE. Books, toys, tools, furniture, children’s clothes and more.

ROCHESTER: 130 Oriole Street. Sale going on now thru 10/18. (9-7pm) MOVING SALE! Granite table top on wheels, Clothing, Tools, Buffet table, 2 China cabinets.

TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. MOVIES: Who was the voice of Genie in the animated version of “Aladdin” (1992)? 2. GEOGRAPHY: What river forms the northern border of Kentucky? 3. LITERATURE: Who wrote the short story “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”? 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What kind of dog was Toto in the book and movie “The Wizard of Oz”? 5. MYTHOLOGY: What is the name of the Greek god of sleep? 6. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president earned the nickname “Silent Cal” for his quiet demeanor? 7. FOOD & DRINK: What is another name for Middle Eastern pocket bread? 8. HISTORY: What battle started the U.S. Civil War? 9. MEASUREMENTS: How many milliliters are in a teaspoon? 10. MATH: What is the Arabic equivalent for the Roman numerals MCMLXXXIV?

SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. Who holds the major-league record for most times caught stealing in a season? 2. In 2018, Cleveland’s Corey Kluber set a franchise record for consecutive starts without allowing more than three earned runs (22). Who had held the team mark? 3. Which franchise recorded the biggest comeback by a road team to win a playoff game in NFL history? 4. Purdue’s Carsen Edwards set a men’s basketball record in 2019 for most 3-pointers in one NCAA Tournament (28). Who had held the record? 5. Who is the all-time leading U.S. scorer at the men’s Ice Hockey World Championship? 6. Name the last French driver before Simon Pagenaud in 2019 to win the Indianapolis 500. 7. In 2019, Barbora Strycova became the oldest first-time women’s Grand Slam semifinalist in the Open Era of tennis (age 33). Who had been the oldest?

Answers 1. Rickey Henderson, with 42 in 1982 (when he also successfully stole 130 bases). 2. Sonny Siebert, with 21 games in 1965. 3. The Detroit Lions came back from 20 points down to beat the San Francisco 49ers in 1957. 4. Michigan’s Glen Rice had 27 in 1989. 5. Patrick Kane, with 42 points. 6. Rene Thomas, in 1914. 7. Roberta Vinci was 32 when she reached the U.S. Open semifinals in 2015.

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Safe, Quality Nursing Home Care And Community Forum To demonstrate the need for safe staffing in nursing homes, the Elder Justice Committee of Metro Justice invites: • Nursing Home Residents • Friends & Family • Direct Care Providers

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Debunking Common Myths Associated With Breast Cancer Cancer claims the lives of millions of people across the globe every year. Yet the fight against cancer is anything but hopeless, as the World Health Organization notes that between 30 and 50 percent of all cancer cases are preventable. Learning about cancer is one of the best ways for people to protect themselves from this deadly disease. Researchers continue to learn more about cancer every day and routinely discover that information once thought to be accurate was actually off-base. Despite researchers’ best efforts, some myths about cancer still prevail. Some of these myths are about cancer in general, while others refer to specific cancers, including breast cancer. Myths about breast cancer can be as harmful as accurate information is helpful, so learning the truth and debunking those myths can be an important part of women’s preventive approach to breast cancer. • Myth: Drinking milk increases your risk for breast cancer. The American Cancer Society notes that early studies raised concerns that drinking milk from cows treated with hormones could increase a person’s risk for breast cancer. However, ensuing research failed to find a clear link between the two. In fact, a 2002 study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology found no significant association between dairy fluid intake and breast cancer risk. • Myth: Lumps indicate breast cancer. The National Breast Cancer Foundation® (NBCF) says that only a small percentage of breast lumps turn out to be cancer. However, abnormalities or changes in breast tissue should always be brought to the attention of a physician. • Myth: Mammograms cause breast cancer to spread. This myth is rooted in the incorrect notion that breast compression while getting a mammogram causes the cancer to spread. However, the NBCF insists that cannot happen. In fact, the National Cancer Institute touts the benefits of mammograms while the ACS recommends women between the ages of 45 and 54 get mammograms every year. For additional breast cancer screening guidelines, visit the ACS at • Myth: Women with a family history of breast cancer are likely to develop breast cancer, too. This myth is dangerous because, if taken at face value, it can give women with no family history of breast cancer a false sense of security. However, the NBCF notes that only about 10 percent of individuals diagnosed with breast cancer have a family history of the disease. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note that a woman’s risk for breast cancer is higher if she has a first-degree relative, including a mother, sister, daughter, or even a male family member, who have had the disease. But breast cancer can affect anyone, regardless of their family history. Information is a valuable asset in the fight against breast cancer. Learning to decipher between accurate and false information can be especially valuable. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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Plan a day t o shop local f airs, shops & st ands Crafts, jew elry and décor: Include a trip to a craft fair, w here local vendors come together to display and sell their w ares, on your w eekend schedule. Handcrafted items make thoughtful and unique gifts, w hich can be tucked aw ay for giving later in the year. Booths at these types of events tend to be diverse. Spend the day strolling tow n squares or closed-off city centers, and you may find some handfashioned jew elry or home-crafted artisanal soaps. Those eager to enhance their homes’ décor may find unique items like painted signs, knit afghans and much more.

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1980’s POWER KING LAWNMOWER FOR PARTS. Pick up in Byron: 585-548-2289

WALKWAY RAMP AND LANDING wanted for disabled person in mobile home:

ThyssenKrupp CHAIR LIFT SL47 Citia, 10 ft. long. Pick up in Chili Center: 585-406-8753

Stack of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINES for kids in school to cut out pictures of animals: 585-734-6110

500+ HARD BOUND LAW BOOKS. Excellent condition: Ron 315-521-3896

JEWELRY, all kinds, any condition: 585-377-4604

Large quantity of FABRIC SAMPLE BOOKS. Prefer to give to a community-based agency. Lima: 585-734-9121

PAIR OF NEW SNEAKERS for disabled woman. Size 10W, New Balance. Pittsford area: 585-383-0405


IPAD in working condition. Alexander area: 585-409-6477

QUEEN BED FRAME: 585-286-8841


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DOG CRATE/KENNEL to transport three cats across country. Henrietta. Leave message or text: 585-278-7758

Beautiful, 9’ tall, healthy, potted FICUS TREE. Needs a new home, Perfect for large, airy space. You pick up: 585-657-4894


NEWBORN BABY BOY CLOTHES, BOUNCER/SOOTHER, one with wheels, one not. Very good condition, all. Avon area: Text 360-489-5419

AUTHENTIC VERNONWARE DISHES. Yellow/brown plaid - plates, cups, saucers, bowls, salt & pepper shakers, etc. Made in USA: 585-226-8496

HOLLISTER NEW IMAGE SKIN BARRIER FLOATING FLANGE, ref #1583, 57mm x 38mm. Five boxes: 585-293-1439

Old outdated COMPUTERS, DESKTOPS or LAPTOPS. Also, OLD VIDEO and AUDIO EQUIPMENT: Terry 336-247-3245

KING SIZE WAVELESS SOFTSIDE WATERBED w/nightstand, FOLD OUT COUCH w/a bed in it, two DESKS 585-409-7831

MILITARY ITEMS to borrow or be donated for play about Vietnam. Ex.: Army trunk, knapsack, hats, boots, fatigues:

GRE TEST PREP - Workbooks, practice tests, flash cards. Verbal/Math: 585-245-2515

Any kind of CRAFT ITEMS - greeting cards, material, paints, scrapbook supplies, glues, paint, brushes, paper, etc.: 585-748-0356

PRO FORM 495 PI COOLING BREEZE TREADMILL. Works well in flat position but needs welding to incline. Fan works: 585-889-4330


TWIN BED w/MATTRESS, BLACK WOOD FRAME. Pittsford location. You pick up: 412-260-4247

AFX, AURORA, TYCO HO Slot Cars and accessories: 585-330-8152

POOL CUES for a local fire department: 585-346-9696

PING PONG TABLE and OLD SHEET MUSIC. You pick up, Bergen: 585-494-1574

FOUR OLD TIRES (75R/15) to replace good tires on van to be scrapped: 585-637-6961



MEN’S CLOTHING, Sizes 4x-6x. Shorts, dress slacks and shirts:585-465-0977

VENISON for middle-aged man on disability who cannot hunt anymore. Greatly appreciated. LeRoy/Batavia area: 585-483-2997

UPRIGHT PIANO, Honeoye Falls. 585-747-5521

VINTAGE ELECTRONICS, Tubes, tube testers, tests equipment, radios, microphones, stereo audio, motors, speakers, meters, turntables, communication gear, books, etc:

XEROX COPIER, color print cartridges, Model # 8R7904, desktop copier, SPORTS ART CARDIO BIKE, Model #5005: 585-297-2466, 3PM-8PM

LARGE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER, Modern style not heavy or chunky wood, light-colored wood, drawers, lighted, frosted glass for TV: 585-409-4920 Submit at under Our Sections - Give & Take - or call 226-8111 x 111

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DIRECTIONS: Auction to be held at 777 Gillett Rd. Spencerport, N.Y. off of Whittier Rd. (Rochester mailing address). EQUIPMENT: 1997 Gehl 663 Dynalift, all wheel drive, diesel, capacity 6000lbs., 36 ft. lift; Kubota mini compact tractor UTILITY VEHICLES: 2013 J.D. Gator, 4 wheel drive, enclosed cab, dump box, 730 hrs, needs carburetor; 2010 Bobcat 3400, 4 wheel drive side by side, blown motor VEHICLES: 2009 Chevy 3500, 4x4 pickup, 26k miles, w/Western 8 1/2 ft. snow plow; 2002 GEM E 825, 4 seat vehicle; 2002 GEM E 825, 2 seat vehicle, noisy transmission; 2006 Chevy Colorado, 28k miles w/cap; 2007 Ford Focus SE, 66k miles; 2013 Ford Transit Connect, bad transmission; 1999 Chevy 3500, Unicell Box, Waltco lift gate, 454 engine, 41k miles; 1999 Honda Odyssey, 53k miles; 2-2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrids; 2006 Ford Freestar, doesn’t run TERMS: Everything sells AS IS, 10% Buyer’s Premium if paid with cash or check, 13% Buyer’s Premium if paid with credit card. Please see for pictures.

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AUCTION Sat., October 19th, 2019 • 11:00 AM 2960 Atlantic Ave., Penfield, NY SALE ENDS Sun., OCT. 27TH, 2019

Oak roll top desk, Lyons jug w/blue flower, T Harrington Crock with blue/flower, oak clock, dining room suite, lamps, stands, 2 post car hoist, quantity car parts, manuals, Rochester Telephone Company sign, other signs, lots misc. box lots. For pictures and more listings go to Preview at 9:30.

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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On Oct. 15, 1917, Mata Hari, the seductive female spy, is executed for espionage by a French firing squad. Mata Hari claimed to have been born in a sacred temple, but in reality, the exotic dancer was born Margaretha Geertruida Zelle in Holland.

How to give back to seniors in your community The strongest communities tend to be those in which members make a concerted effort to give as much as they get. Giving back to one’s community can foster strong relationships with fellow residents and ensure that everyone, including the less fortunate, is in position to live happy, healthy lives. Certain people in a community may be more vulnerable to issues that can adversely affect quality of life than others. For example, the National Institute on Aging notes that, as men and women age, many are alone more often than when they were younger, leaving them vulnerable to social isolation and loneliness. Such feelings can prove very harmful to their health, potentially contributing to problems such as depression, cognitive decline and heart disease. Volunteering to help the aging members of one’s community is a great way to give back, and such efforts can prove rewarding for both seniors and the volunteers who lend them a hand.

• On Oct. 17, 1931, gangster Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax evasion. Capone had avoided long stints in jail by bribing city officials and intimidating witnesses, and tax evasion was the only way federal agent Elliot Ness and “The Untouchables” could get him. • On Oct. 14, 1947, U.S. Air Force Capt. Chuck Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. His X-1 rocket plane was dropped from a B-29 aircraft, rocketed to 40,000 feet and exceeded 662 mph. * On Oct. 16, 1958, Chevrolet begins to sell a car-truck hybrid that it calls the El Camino. The vehicle, a combination sedan-pickup truck built on a station-wagon platform, was discontinued two years later, but was brought back in 1964.

• Pull an extra chair up to the dinner table. Many a meaningful connection has been made and maintained over the dinner table. Breaking bread with a senior from your community is a great way to foster such connections and provide an avenue for social interaction for seniors. Seniors who live alone might not enjoy cooking for one each night, but they might jump at the chance to eat dinner with a neighbor and even help prepare the meal. Invite a senior over once per week, encouraging them to share stories about their lives as well as how the community has developed over the years. • Help seniors manage their finances. Many seniors struggle to manage their finances, as laws regarding taxes and investing are subject to routine changes. A little help in this area can go a long way for seniors. Adults who want to help but don’t know where to begin can do the legwork for their aging neighbors. Contact agencies such as AARP to determine if there are any financial assistance programs that can help seniors effectively manage their money and take advantage of age-specific perks, such as programs that may help seniors lower their energy costs. • Offer to help around the house. Seniors who reside in singlefamily homes may not be able to keep up with routine home maintenance. Neighbors who want to help can offer to mow the lawn, tend to the landscaping and tidy up inside. Keep an eye open for other issues, such as clogged gutters, that can be fixed easily but prove costly if they go ignored. Helping aging neighbors is a great way to give back and build strong communities. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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M ethodist Fairport United Methodist Church

All are welcome! 31 West Church Street, Fairport • 223-9560 • Pastor: Richelle Goff • Administrative Assistant: Laura Smith Music Ministry Director: Nicole Camilleri • Youth Ministries: Mary Anderson • Children’s Ministries: Joy Leinenbach Summer Worship times: Sunday 9:30am

Marianne Cope Roman Catholic Parish Daily and Weekend Mass Schedule Saturday:

4:30PM at Good Shepherd


8:00AM at St. Joseph’s 9:45AM at Good Shepherd 11:30AM at Guardian Angels


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Wednesday: 8:15AM at Guardian Angels


Thursday: 8:15AM at St. Joseph’s Confessions available every Saturday at 3:00pm at Good Shepherd Sr. Sheila Stevenson, Pastoral Administrator Fr. Eloo Nwosu, Sacramental Minster Phone: 585-334-3518 • FAX: 585-334-6015 Visit us on the web at: Email: Good Shepherd, 3318 E. Henrietta Rd., Henrietta, NY 14467 Guardian Angels Church, 2061 E. Henrietta Rd., Rochester, NY 14623 St. Joseph’s Church, 6105 Rush Lima Rd., Rush, NY 14543

50 Ward Hill Road Henrietta, NY 14467 • Phone 585-334-2130 • “The Church on the Hill” • Rev. Marie Hanselman, Pastor SUNDAY, 10 am Worship (Nursery Care provided) 11am Fellowship Hour Bible Study following Fellowship Hour

The First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford 21 Church St., Pittsford, NY • 585-586-5688 • Office hours: M-F 8:30am-4:30pm • Building is fully accessible • Hearing Loop installed A community of faith preparing God’s people for works of service. Rev. Dr. Jeffrey D. Weenink, Interim Pastor Fall/Winter/Spring Schedule: 8:30am and 10:00am Family Worship, Nursery and Pre-K, Church School for K-12th Grade

I didn’t know I had a quarrel with him. ~Henry Thoreau in answer to the question, “Have you made your peace with God?”

Episcopal Grace Episcopal Church 9 Browns Ave. (at west end of Genesee St.), Scottsville 889-2028 The Rector Canon Johnnie Ross Sunday Morning: 10:30am - Holy Eucharist 10:30am - Church School

Lutheran Pinnacle Lutheran Church & School 250 Pinnacle Road, Henrietta (corner of Stone Rd.) Church: 585-334-1392 • School: 585-334-6500 Rev. Joseph Mazikas, Senior Pastor Worship Services: Saturday 5:30PM & Sunday 10:00AM • Bible Study/Sunday School: 9:00AM (Sept. - June) • Weekly Bible Study: Wednesday @7PM & Thursday @10AM (same curriculum) Day Care Daily 6:30AM - 6:00PM; Ages 6 weeks - 12 years • Preschool Half/Full Days (Ages 3-4); Full Day Kindergarten (Sept. - June) • Before & After Care (Sept.-June) & Summer Camp (July - August)

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church 779 Erie Station Rd. (across from W. Hen. Post Office) • 334-4795 Pastor Mark Brown Sun. Worship, 10:00am Sunday School/Bible Study, 9:00am Pre-School every day 3&4 yr. olds • 334-4130


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Thank you, Batavia, for all the scarecrows on Main Street. The whole family enjoys seeing the fun and festive decorated scarecrows! To the family, friends, and people whom I don’t even know, a huge shout out “Thank You and God Bless You” for the incredible

We had a small electrical problem at our house. We called the local electric company, and they recommended four electricians. Three of them came to our house and gave estimates. They all seemed eager for the job and told us to contact them. Unfortunately, when we called and then emailed each of them, we received no replies. They ignored our messages and made us wait to see if they would reply to us. It would have been nice and respectful if they could have at least sent us a simple message saying, “Sorry, but I am unable to take this job because my schedule is busy right now.” That is the proper way to do business! Responding to the comment that a handicapped person GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

outpouring of love and support that has helped see me through my recent battle with cancer. Sandy, Deb, Nicole and Howard; only with your constant love and reassurance have I been able to endure this battle. To the many people who reached out to offer prayers, rides and hugs, I will never forget your kindnesses. I am truly blessed. Jill O’Coyne Owens Thank you so much! Big Thank You to Bob Devos at O’Connor Chevrolet and Ron Kyle at Vision Dodge for helping me with my car.

should welcome any assistance they are offered, whether requested or not: I am shocked! I am not an object for your pity. I am a person, endowed with the same rights as anyone else. I am quite capable on my own, but if I require assistance, I will ask for it. Touching me or my wheelchair, without my permission, is assault. It is against the law! Before you offer to “help” me, please wait for me to ask. Otherwise, you could find yourself explaining things to a policeman. I repeatedly asked for a VIP Empire Pass at my library, but it’s always out. I have been told a man checked it out in mid-June and still has it. Phone calls have not been returned; emails ignored. You may have saved some money, but

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How do you know you live in an amazing community? When neighbors just show up ready to help with a big project you’re tackling. A huge thank you to Kirk for helping us reshingle our roof. We cannot thank you enough! -G&K A big Thank You to Top’s Pharmacy in Hamlin. A big thank you to Anthony, Michelle, and Gary at Top’s Pharmacy in Hamlin. Day in and day out they do their jobs, counting pills, dealing with insurance companies and physicians to try to accommodate the needs of the customers. At times, it can be quite frustrating indeed,

all you really accomplished is to be known as a patron inconsiderate of others. It’s a privilege offered by NYS and the library system. It’s a shame you feel you’re owed this benefit more than others. You should be ashamed, but I doubt you are. Hoping this message shames you into returning the Pass and apologizing to the librarians who must keep telling other patrons they can’t help them. It was a stupid thing to do. My light turned green, and I started making a left. You peeled out of that restaurant like a bat of you know where with no turn signal on. You were lucky I was able to bring the car to a stop halfway out as my classic car is not made with power brakes. It was a stupid, dangerous thing to do. I was tempted to

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and that is why I want to thank them for a job well done. Anthony takes the time to try and explain things, and Gary is courteous and always pleasant, so much so that I wouldn’t know if he was having a bad day. They do their jobs without so much asan accolade and so in behalf of my family and I, I feel they deserve a shout out. Thank you for not only a job well done, but more importantly, thank you for being kind, courteous, and considerate while taking care of your customers’ needs.

backtrack and tell the police in the grocery store parking lot who were attending to a fender bender . I had a test taken and the doctor’s office said the results should be in on Friday. I told them I would call on Monday. So, on Monday I called three times and couldn’t get an answer. The doctor’s office can’t keep any help. There is always someone new that has no answers. I wonder why they can’t keep any help. My time is worth something also. They think just because they are doctors, they are above everyone else.



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Genesee County

Penfield YMCA

Office for the Aging Medicare Vendor Events (Walk-Up) Alabama Fire Hall

Perinton Community Center

2230 Judge Road, Alabama Thursday, October 17, 2019

1835 Fairport Nine Mile Point Road, Penfield Wednesday, October 16, 2019 2 pm

10 am–2 pm

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Brockport ABVI Goodwill Industries Community Room 10 am

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JCC of Greater Rochester 1200 Edgewood Avenue, Rochester Saturday, October 19, 2019

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Ontario County

Irondequoit/Pinegrove Community Center 154 Pinegrove Avenue, Rochester Friday, October 11, 2019

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First Bible Baptist Church 990 Manitou Road, North Greece/Hilton Friday, October 18, 2019

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HOROSCOPE ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You could be caught in a torrent of advice from wellmeaning friends and colleagues this week. But remember, Lamb, you are at your best when you are your own inimitable self. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Expect strong efforts to get you to accept things as they are and not question them. But ignore all that and continue your inquiries until you’re sure you have all the answers you need. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Heavier than usual family and workplace duties compete for your time this week. Try to strike a balance so that you’re not overwhelmed by either. Pressures ease by week’s end. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) It’s a good time for the Moon Child to show off your uniquely inspired approach to the culinary skills -especially if they’re directed toward impressing someone special. LEO (July 23 to August 22) You might be happy about the re-emergence of a longdeferred deal. But don’t pounce on it quite yet. Time can change things. Be sure the values you looked for before are still there. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Try to rein in your super-critical attitude, even if things aren’t being done quite as you would prefer. Remember: What you say now could create an awkward situation later on. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Although you can expect on-the-job cooperation from most of your colleagues this week, some people might insist on knowing more about your plans before they can accept them. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Creating another way to do things is commendable. But you could find some resistance this week from folks who would rather stick with the tried-and-true than try something new. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You usually can keep your aim focused on your goal. But you might need to make adjustments to cope with unsteadiness factors that could arise over the course of the week. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) News arrives about a projected move. Be prepared to deal with a series of possible shifts, including starting and finishing times, and how much the budget will actually cover. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A new relationship needs time to develop. Let things flow naturally. It could be a different story with a workplace situation, which might require faster and more focused attention. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Accept a compliment without trying to troll for any hidden reason beyond what was said. After all, don’t you deserve to be praised every now and then? Of course you do. BORN THIS WEEK: You like to weigh all possibilities before making a decision. You would be a fine judge, or even be a star in a jury room.

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