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Join us for a Story Time! Baby Story Time is Thursday at 10am on May 23rd. Read books and learn games, songs, and other activities. For babies and their caregivers. Pre-K Story Time meets Friday, May 24th at 11:30am. For ages 3-5 with a caregiver. Junior Lego Club meets on Tuesdays at 3pm on May 21st. Enjoy the provided Legos. STEAM & Stories meet Tuesdays at 3:30 pm, encourage your child’s curiosity in a playful setting. We are always looking for teens to volunteer at the Library.

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Rush-Henrietta’s Music Education Program Receives National Recognition for Tenth Consecutive Year Submitted by: Heather Campo


ush-Henrietta Central School District has been honored again with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for outstanding commitment to music education. This is the tenth consecutive year and the 14th time overall that Rush-Henrietta has been awarded this designation. Now in its 20th year, the Best Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to provide Members of the Rush-Henrietta Symphonic Orchestra during their trip to Walt Disney World in February. The Rush Henrietta Symphonic Band music access and education to all and Symphonic Orchestra performed at Disney during the trip. students. To qualify for the Best Communities designation, Rushneural processing compared to their peers. This Henrietta met criteria concerning funding, is not to mention, social benefits include conflict graduation requirements, music class resolution, teamwork skills, and how to give and participation, instruction time, facilities, and receive constructive criticism. support for the music programs. About The NAMM Foundation “Since I arrived in Rush-Henrietta, I have The NAMM Foundation is a nonprofit become well-acquainted with the outstanding supported in part by the National Association of qualities of our district’s music program,” says Lawrence Bo Wright, superintendent. “We have Music Merchants and its approximately 10,400 many reasons to be proud of our musicians, as members around the world. The foundation well as the leadership of their teachers and our advances active participation in music-making director, Donna Watts. Of course, we couldn’t do across the lifespan by supporting scientific it without the support of our entire community. research, philanthropic giving, and public service Thank you for always having the best interests of programs. For more information about the our young musicians at heart.” This award recognizes that Rush-Henrietta NAMM Foundation, please visit is leading the way with learning opportunities Have something interesting you’d like to share for students, including music and the arts as with our readers? Perhaps an original story, a important elements of a well-rounded education. personal experience, community happening, or Research into music education continues school event? Add some photos, and your story will to demonstrate educational and cognitive and be featured on our popular website for all to see. social skill benefits for children who make music. Who knows it may even end up in print! Itís easy After two years of music education, research to do. Go to My Hometown at www.gvpennysaver. found that participants showed more substantial com to view previously posted stories and to post improvements in how the brain processes speech your own. Visit My Hometown today! and reading scores than their less-involved peers, and that students who are involved in music are not only more likely to graduate high school but to attend college, as well. Everyday listening skills are stronger in musically-trained children than in those without music training. Significantly, listening skills are closely tied to the ability to perceive speech in a noisy background, pay attention, and keep sounds in memory. Later in life, individuals who took music lessons as children show stronger neural processing of sound; young adults and even older adults who have not played an instrument for up to 50 years show enhanced

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SPRING CLEANING PROJECTS YOU DON’T WANT TO FORGET FURNITURE: It’s easy to overlook furniture w hen tackling spring cleaning, but dust and dirt can quickly accumulate on couches and chairs over the course of w inter. W hen possible, vacuum furniture to remove any debris that might have accumulated w hile w indow s and doors w ere kept shut, and shampoo any cushions or seat covers that don’t pass the smell test.

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SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. Two pitchers in major-league history have compiled nine seasons of 40-plus saves. Name them. 2. When was the last time pitchers from the same team were the top two in leading a league in ERA for a season? 3. How long was the Air Force football team’s streak of consecutive games in which they scored before Army ended it during the 2017 season? 4. In 2018, DeMarcus Cousins recorded the 10th 40-point, 20rebound, 10-assist game in NBA history. Which player accomplished this feat the most? 5. Who played the most NHL games in New York Rangers history? 6. Joe Gibbs Racing, in 2019, finished 1-2-3 at the Daytona 500. When was the last time a NASCAR team did that at this race? 7. In 2019, tennis star Novak Djokovic broke a tie with two other players to become the winningest men’s singles champion at the Australian Open (seven times). With whom had he been tied?

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TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. MOVIES: What was the name of the team in the movie “Major League”? 2. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Who was the first president to be born in the 20th century? 3. ANATOMY: In the human body, where are the islets of Langerhans located? 4. HISTORY: Who commanded the first space shuttle into space? 5. GEOGRAPHY: On which Hawaiian island is Pearl Harbor located? 6. TELEVISION: What tagline described this 1960s cop drama as “one white, one black and one blonde”? 7. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What was the name of the horse that won the Triple Crown in 2018? 8. MUSIC: Where was the house in “The House of the Rising Sun” located? 9. PSYCHOLOGY: What is gamophobia a fear of? 10. ADVERTISING: Which popular brand of cigarettes was named after an animal?

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May 27th, Memorial Day Mass, 9:45am at the St. Paul of the Cross Parish Cemetery, W. Main St., Father Fowler Celebrant. Immediately following Mass the Honeoye Falls American Legion Post pays tribute to all veterans. This tradition goes back to the 1940’s, Father Killackey. Community members attendance has dropped off in recent years. The small number of maybe 35 faithful in the congregation surrounding the temporary outdoor Altar would like to see you in the Congregation and hear your voice in prayer, so please come!

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CANANDAIGUA Suicide Prevention Takes a Community to Help Identify Veterans at Risk. The Canandaigua and Bath VA Medical Centers offer Veterans who have been identified as a high risk for suicide. Together, they share coping tools to use to help avoid a future suicide attempt. The groups are managed by a clinical psychologist and/or a licensed clinical social worker. Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 to be connected with a Veterans crisis responder. Veterans living in the Greater Rochester area - Kelly Mohrman, LCSW: 585-463-2600 x 32570 and Veterans living in the Southern Tier - Jennifer Haggerty, LCSW: 607-664-4366.

EAST ROCHESTER East Rochester American Legion Post 1917 Memorial Day Parade begins at 10:30am, Saturday, May 25th by Debbie Supply and Tim Hortons on Commercial Street proceeding to the Station of Heroes in Edmund Lyon Park on Main Street for the ceremony. All Veterans and the community are welcome. Information: Past Cmdr Richard Bird, 698-0957.

MENDON Fairport Museum Opens for the Season and with New Hours Sundays and Tuesdays from 2:00PM-4:00PM and the museum has expanded the hours on Saturdays from 9:00AM until 1:00PM. Admission is free and open to the public. Two new mini-exhibits are on display highlighting the life of Fairport Civil War soldier Chester Hutchinson and Civil War nurse Mary Jewett Telford. Fairport Historical Museum, home of the Perinton Historical Society, is nestled in the Village of Fairport and is a showcase of local artifacts, biographies and history. Fairport Historical Museum, 18 Perrin Street, Fairport, 585.223.3989, www.

HENRIETTA Recovery International Self-Help Meeting: Meetings last about 1 1-1/2 hours. This is a self-help method (not a 12 step process), April 25-December 30, 7pm8:30pm. It is peer led held in a safe place, in a non-judgmental setting, and is confidential. There is a free will offering. We mainly use Dr. Low’s book Mental Health Through Will Training-read each meeting. We also practice a four-step example that helps participants to “spot” their problems and how to “work down” their anxieties. If you want to improve your life you do have to WORK AT IT. Our website is:

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Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the gardener seems to be only one of the instruments, not the composer. ~ Geoffrey B. Charlesworth

MENDON Community Open Meal - All are invited to a free meal and fellowship on Sunday, May 19th from 3:00-4:00pm at the Msgr. Schnacky Center located in St. Catherine of Siena Church. The church is located at 26 MendonIonia Road in Mendon and the center is handicapped accessible. Enjoy a Mother’s Day brunch menu of egg casseroles, french toast, bacon, sausage, and more! For additional information, contact the church rectory at 624-4990.

PALMYRA Historic Palmyra is hosting Journey Into the Paranormal with Jack Kenna and Ellen MacNeil on May 18th, 5pm-12am at the Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St., Palmyra. Jack Kenna, Ellen MacNeil, and S.P.I.R.I.T.S. of New England will be joining us for a very special night for this exciting paranormal event. Jack Kenna and Ellen MacNeil are known for their work on Haunted Case Files on the Travel Channel and Paranormal Survivor on Destination America. With years of experience, Jack and Ellen will be sharing their expertise at Historic Palmyra. Cost: $75. http://www. Overshop Coverlet Weaving with Freda Peisley: On May 24-25, spend the day weaving different overshot patterns on set-up looms with expert Freda Peisley. Please bring your lunch. Class: Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25, 10am-3pm each day. You may attend one or both sessions and it costs $65 for each day and includes one sample per day ($130 for the weekend). Workshop held at the Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St., Palmyra. Interested individuals can register online ( historic-palmyra-inc), in-person at the museum office (132 Market St., Palmyra), or by phone (315-597-6981).

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ROCHESTER Recovery International Meetings - A peer led meeting for nervous people to alleviate their fears and anxieties. Meetings are held weekly and last about 1-1-1/2 hours. This is a self help method (not a 12 step process). It is peer led held in a safe place, in a nonjudgmental setting, and is confidential. There is a free will offering. Join us for a meeting and see if our “method” can work for you! Our website is: www. Enter your zip code to find a meeting near you. We have telephone meetings and web chat rooms. American Diabetes/ Tour De Cure Fundraiser: We are trying to raise money for American Diabetes by having a fundraising event at the Flower City Arts Center in Rochester on May 19th from 3 to 6 PM. We are having some wine and beer tasting, some light food, live music, and a silent auction. Minimum $10 donation (check or cash only). Your donation will include the tasting, light food, and one drink. Come meet some new people and support a great cause. Leave ’em Laughing: Screen Plays presents Peter Shaffer’s BLACK COMEDY. Screen Plays returns to the Multi-Use Cultural Community Center with Sir Peter Shaffer’s brilliant one-act play, Black Comedy. Featuring a Rochester-based ensemble cast, the farce opens May 23rd for a five-show run concluding May 26th. Black Comedy introduces impoverished artist Brindsley Miller, who is attempting to impress both his fiancée’s father her father and the richest man in the world on what promises to be the biggest night of his life. 142 Atlantic Avenue, Rochester. https:// The Brighton Symphony Orchestra will present “Music for a Spring Night” on Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 7:30pm in the Wolk Family Center Auditorium at Temple B’rith Kodesh, 2131 Elmwood Avenue in Rochester. Under the direction of Associate Conductor Jonathan Allentoff, this family concert will feature violin soloist Raisa Kislik and flute soloist Helen Valenza performing J. S. Bach’s “Double Concerto in D minor.” The program also includes George Gershwin’s vibrant “Cuban Overture” and the romantic “Symphony No. 1 in E minor” by Jean Sibelius. Admission is free, and donations will be gratefully accepted at the d o o r . h t t p : / / w w w .

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Annual Spring Concert Eastman-Rochester New Horizons Concert and Symphonic Bands: Monday, May 20, 7pm, Kodak Hall at Eastman Theatre, 26 Gibbs Street, Rochester. For an evening of musical pleasure, please join us for a variety of selections from Hoagy Carmichael to Sousa to Carmen. Conducted by distinguished music educators Bruce Burritt and Larry Neeck. http://www.rocnewhorizons The Parish of the Holy Family Annual Garage Sale! Thursday, May 30, 5pm-7pm; Friday, May 31, 9am-7pm and Saturday, June 1, 9-3pm at The Parish of the Holy Family, 4100 Lyell Rd., Rochester. We are blessed to see the donations we already have, and are awaiting more! We have furniture, jewelry, collectibles, sporting goods, house hold items and more. Throughout the sale we will have concessions and our bake sale. 100% of the proceeds from this sale will benefit the parish. https:// 384900002237924/

WEBSTER Operation Build Up - “Pasta With A Purpose”. Spaghetti Dinner *Benefiting Operation Build Up. Held Saturday, May 18, 4-6pm, Webster Elk Lodge, 1066 Jackson Rd., Webster. Tickets: Adults - $10, Kids - $6. Dinner includes: Spaghetti, choice of meat, and a salad. Dinner Times: 4-4:45pm and 55:45pm. 50/50 Raffle, Raffle Baskets and Merchandise Sales! Contact Nikki Wilson to purchase a ticket: 585-713-9305, email: “We Sacrifice Our Today, For Their Tomorrow”. #OperationBuildUp.

Refresh Your Home for Spring Reorganize cluttered areas If a room (or rooms) in your house are in disarray, start by reorganizing those often-used spaces to give them a like-new look and feel. Begin by removing everything from the room - including the furniture, if you’re able and separate your belongings into boxes or piles based on what you plan to put back in the room, move to another location and throw away or donate. Once you’ve cleaned the space, resituate the necessary furniture then place items you’re keeping back in their places in tidy fashion so they’re easy to locate.

WEST HENRIETTA New York Museum of Transportation - TROLLEY RIDE SEASON OPENS SUNDAY, MAY 19! The 2-mile round-trip rides are included with the family friendly museum admission of $8 adults, $7 seniors 65+ and $6 youths age 3-12. The museum is open Sundays only, 11 am to 5 pm. Trolley departures are at 11:30, 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00 and 4:00. No reservations are needed. New this year: Rochester’s Midtown Plaza Monorail. Located at 6393 East River Road, West Henrietta. (585) 533-1113 GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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WOOD – Maple 1-1/2 years old. Needs cutting and removing, Indian Falls: 716-560-0316

Begin Again Horse Rescue needs donations of USED TACK AND BARN SUPPLIES for June 2 sale: 585-322-2427 Free-standing and in good shape PUNCHING/TRAINING BAG

Two TWIN MATTRESSES and one QUEEN SIZE BOX SPRING and MATTRESS. You pick up: 585-538-2784 OSTOMY SUPPLIES for a urostomies and colostomies: 585-582-6811 WALL KITCHEN CABINETS in good condition: 585-749-2432 Two CRAFTSMEN RIDING LAWN MOWERS for PARTS: 585-226-6135 Free-standing BASKETBALL STAND in great shape: 585-261-5017 36” GAS FIVE BURNER STOVE: 585-346-2213 QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS gently used. You pick up, Brighton area: 585-313-5394 USED GREETING CARDS to be used for crafts and 2001 LICENSE PLATES from New Hampshire: 585-388-0318 Big, forest green, SOFA BED. Very nice condition. No wear. Available June 1st: Text 508-789-8169 LARGE SECTIONAL SLEEPER SOFA. Needs new mattress. You pick up: 585-245-2969 VINTAGE Book Set of THE KODAK LIBRARY OF CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY (18 books): Honeoye Falls 585-704-7948 or INVACARE 80” MATTRESS. Model 5185. You pick up in Brockport: 585-637-0221 Four MODERN OFFICE DESKS and MATCHING TABLE. You pick up: 56” HARDTOP COVER off a 2006 Chevy truck: 585-416-5030 MARQUETRY VENEERS WOODCARVING books and a VHS on INTARSIA: 585-889-1969 U-HAUL MIRROR/PICTURE BOXES (4) already assembled, size 37”x4”x27”. You pick up, Fairport/Penfield area: 585-678-4525 Good working REFRIGERATOR for a garage. Cohocton area: 585-384-5962

Large FIREPROOF SAFE, 40” W x 28” D x 47” H. You pick up: RED and YELLOW DAHLIA TUBERS: 585-924-2651 OLD TIN-CLAD RECTANGULAR TRUNK. Has possibilities but needs work. Fairport:

for cardio: SCRAP METAL– wiring, plumbing parts, hardware, tools and appliances in your barn, garage or basement: 585-330-3348 ROCK TUMBLER: WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER in good working order: 585-754-4140 10 SHUTTERS about 40-46” in good condition: 585-802-4148 INSIDE DOG PEN for a larger dog at least 3ft. x 3 ft.: 585-384-5428 Book – BORN ALIVE: THE LEGAL STATUS OF THE UNBORN, by Gerard Carey, 2005: 585-229-2186 New or gently used medium or bigger EMPTY BASKETS to use in a basket raffle: CHALK BOARDS – Old, new, large or small: 585-297-8724 3-STEP WROUGHT IRON STAIR RAILING: 585-482-3962 Who REPAIRS CEMENT STATUES: Call 585-624-2126 or 585-582-2120 VEHICLE, in good working condition, desperately needed for a disabled Veteran: 585-443-0035 CLEAN, QUALITY ITEMS OF ALL KINDS NEEDED for Avon Central Presbyterian Church Rummage Sale (till May 14th): 585-226-2626 Working SEWING MACHINE in Cohocton area: 585-447-1739, leave message Large amount of WOOD CHIPS for the Wildlife Educational Center: 585-233-6073 2 to 4, 60 ft. or longer, TELEPHONE POLES or IBEAMS, same length, for a bridge for a Veteran: 25 sheets - EXTERIOR PLYWOOD, 26 – 2x8 RAFTERS, ROOF SHINGLES, ICE MELT ROLLED ROOFING and other porch materials. Will pick up: 585-388-0597 2 – 185/65/15 TIRES desperately needed: 585-546-3440 Current ROCHESTER PHONE BOOK in the Henrietta, Chili or Scottsville area: 585-424-5993 WOODEN TACK BOX for horse: 585-239-2310

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DEAR DR. ROACH: I have never seen anything in your column Sue DeBruyne, Au.D.

about sebaceous hyperplasia. I read that it is quite similar to acne and that a person could use an acne treatment to keep the condition in check. Could you give your thoughts on this? -- R.G. ANSWER: Although sebaceous hyperplasia can be mistaken for acne, sebaceous hyperplasia happens mostly to middle-aged adults (or newborns). These bumps appear most commonly on the forehead and cheeks, and have an umbilicus (a small hole) in the center. They are enlargements of the oil-producing sebaceous glands. They happen particularly in people with oily skin. Treatment can be challenging. Reducing dietary fat and using a good-quality skin-care regimen for oily skin may help. Dermatologists can treat these when they are cosmetically important, not because they cause harm in themselves. Although they can be mistaken for basal cell cancers of the skin, they are not cancerous or pre-cancerous. They are mostly treated mechanically, and by that I mean using a surgical technique like cauterization or excision. But these techniques can leave scars. Laser and phototherapy have good cosmetic results but are expensive. Isotretoin, a systemic acne drug with significant side effects, also has been shown in a small study to be effective.

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Delivering The Freedom Of Choice FOUR IDEAS FOR HEALTH CARE PLANNING IN RETIREMENT (NAPSI)—The Employee Benefit Research Institute estimates that a typical 65-year-old couple will spend a total of $265,000 in health care costs over the remainder of their lives. This staggering amount of money has the potential to derail even the best-laid retirement plans. Vanguard and Mercer recently developed a new framework, “Planning for Health Care Costs in Retirement,” that identifies practical tips for forecasting your health care expenses. Here are four top ideas:


DEAR DR. ROACH: I am currently taking 20 mg of Xarelto daily, and have a screening colonoscopy scheduled soon. The preparation instructions said not to stop taking blood thinners, but didn’t specifically mention Xarelto. I contacted the office and spoke with a scheduler, who said those instructions applied to all blood thinners. Previously, I was told that I would need to go off of blood thinners for five days prior to a colonoscopy. Since this was a contradiction to the instructions from the clinic, I have tried to reach out to other medical sources to see if I could get a consensus on what to do, but no one has responded to me yet. There is a strong history of clotting problems in my family. Would you weigh in on this matter? The last time I had a screening colonoscopy was around 2005, and there weren’t any issues. I realize this is a scope and not surgery, but it has me concerned enough that I am considering putting this off until I can get a satisfactory response. -- B.R. ANSWER: Most screening colonoscopies now are done with patients still on their anticoagulants, although for patients on warfarin (Coumadin), it is preferable for levels to be on the low end of the therapeutic range. This is a standard recommendation by the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. The situation would be different for a high-risk endoscopic procedure, such as removing a large polyp. I have had to deal with this situation many times in my practice, and most often, all anticoagulants are stopped then restarted after the colonoscopy. There are some people who are at such high risk for clots that we use injection medications to prevent blood clots until the night before the procedure, but that is normally reserved for the highest risk of all. It’s a judgment call as to whether to use the injection anticoagulants to prevent clots around the colonoscopy. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to © 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved


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1. Personalize health care costs. Start by understanding how your health history and current health status will influence expenses. Even your geographic location, marital status and age at retirement will impact your forecasts. 2. Plan for long-term care. This is a tough one to assess because half of retirees won’t even incur these costs, but on the other end of the spectrum, 15 percent of retirees will spend more than $250,000. Consider potential long-term care options, such as unpaid care from family and less-expensive available facilities. 3. Create a hedge in your budget for other expenses. Research shows that retirement spending in virtually all categories other than health care tends to decline with age. By forecasting steady spending in other expense areas, you may create a buffer in your budget to deal with rising health care expenses. 4. Forecast costs in annual spending. There are so many variables involved in estimating health care costs in retirement that trying to plan around a total lifetime budget can be overwhelming. Experts recommend that you focus on annual spending plans instead, provided that you understand costs will rise as you age. For seniors who are struggling to find cash in their retirement budgets to offset unexpected health care expenses, it may be a good idea to take stock right now of all your assets. Many seniors are surprised to learn that one potential asset for generating immediate cash is a life insurance policy. You should review your life insurance policy from time to time and determine whether or not it’s still needed. A life insurance policy is considered your personal property, so you have the right to sell it anytime you like. When a consumer sells a policy—something called a “life settlement” transaction—the policy owner receives a cash payment and the purchaser of the policy assumes all future premium payments, then receives the death benefit upon the death of the insured. Candidates for life settlements are typically aged 70 years or older, with a life insurance policy that has a death benefit of at least $100,000. If you own a life insurance policy you no longer need or can afford, you may be able to generate immediate cash to pay your health care expenses by selling that policy for immediate cash. To learn more about life settlements, visit or call the LISA office today at 888-921-3793.

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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel * On May 23, 1911, the New York Public Library, the largest marble structure ever built in the United States, is dedicated in New York City. It took 14 years to complete. The next day some 40,000 people passed through its doors. The collection already consisted of more than a million books. * On May 25, 1927, Robert Ludlum, the author of 21 best-selling thrillers, including the Jason Bourne spy novels, is born in New York City. Ludlum sold more than 300 million books before his death in 2001.

Good Ideas On Aging Well (NAPS)—May is Older Americans Month! Staying connected to the community is a key ingredient to healthy and successful aging. But for many older adults, staying connected can be difficult. Fortunately, older adults and their caregivers can contact the Eldercare Locator to learn about local programs and resources that can help them stay engaged and active in their communities.

* On May 26, 1959, Harvey Haddix of the Pittsburgh Pirates pitches 12 perfect innings against the Milwaukee Braves, only to lose the game on a two-run double in the 13th inning. It was the first time in major-league history that a pitcher threw more than nine perfect innings . * On May 24, 1964, a referee’s call in a soccer match between Peru and Argentina sparks a riot. More than 300 fans were killed and another 500 injured in the violent melee at National Stadium in Lima, Peru.

Programs funded through the Older Americans Act provide older adults with many ways to stay active and involved in the community. For example, exercise classes, educational programs, volunteer opportunities and other health and wellness activities are available to older adults in communities around the country. Need more help than that? The Eldercare Locator can also connect you to local resources designed to help older adults maintain their independence at home, such as transportation, in-home assistance with daily needs, home modifications and assistance with healthy meals. The Eldercare Locator is a free service of the U.S. Administration for Community Living that is administered through the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging. Contact the Eldercare Locator at (800) 677-1116, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday and online at eldercare. Older Americans and the people who care for them can get help and advice from experts.


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Magic Maze Marge, like some people her age, can’t drive anymore. She gave up her keys. But she could use a lift... a visit to a doctor, a trip to the grocery store, a stop at the bank. If you have a couple of hours a month to help, please call us to volunteer. We’ll provide you with training and supplemental insurance. LIFESPAN 244-8400, ext. 142


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Portable Oxygen For The Way You Want to Live Includes Everything You Need to Regain Your Freedom At just 2.8* lbs, the Inogen One G4 is the ultralight portable oxygen concentrator you have been waiting for. The Inogen One G4 is approximately half the size of the Inogen One G3. Meets FAA Requirements for Travel

VICTOR: 960 Sagamore Way. May 25th & 26th (8-5pm). Large variety of household goods. Antiques and collectibles. Furniture, Great stuff.



PITTSFORD: 439 Thornell (near Thornell Road Elementary). 5/23 (1-6pm), 5/24 (9-5pm), 5/25 (9-12 noon). DOWNSIZING- PRICED TO SELL! Large variety includes puzzles, tools, frames.

CALL TODAY! 1-855-893-3632 HENRIETTA: 85 Camelot Dr. May 25th. (9-2pm). Books, toys, glassware, household, chairs, jewelry, clothes, designer handbags, stuffed animals, artwork, Kodak camera’s, more.

CRUISING TIPS AND TRICKS: Make a list of activities. It can be easy to get overwhelmed by all of the offerings on a cruise ship, so much so that there’s some stress over trying to fit it all in. Recognize that you can’t see or hear it all, and prioritize what’s important to you. Make sure you have plenty of time to relax.

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Gardeners How do you get rid of moles in your garden that are eating all your plants? - Diane S. If the animals are actually eating your plants, then they are not moles. Moles eat insects and earthworms in the soil. You probably have voles that can look similar to moles. Voles eat plants. Voles prefer the bark of young fruit trees as well as tender stems, foliage, flowers, seeds and fruits of grasses, sedges and many other herbaceous plants. They will make surface and underground tunnels. Cats, dogs, foxes, skunks and coyotes will eat voles as will some snakes and birds.

from Cornell Cooperative Extension, Livingston County dead. They do not like to be in the open due to the above mentioned predators. You can use live traps but it is illegal in NY to relocate the animals so you will need to kill and bury them on your property. You can use a half inch mesh to surround your garden or individual plants but you will need to bury it 6 to 10 inches or so underground and have it extend about 12 inches above ground. Voles are not much for climbing.

Keep a clean space around your garden. Mow it short or keep it

Is there a good homeDoes mixing coffee made deer repellent? grounds in your soil - Mary R. help with plant growth? I don’t recommend mixing home- Carmen W. For the most part they are as other organic material useful as a mulch on top of the ground or as an amendment to the soil after composting. Earthworms seem attracted to coffee grounds. The aeration of the soil from worm tunnels and recycling of nutrients by the worms eating the grounds and other soil contents will benefit the plants. This and other indications of value are anecdotal so not something to count on. They may or may not have some pest controlling activity.

made repellents. Products you purchase have been tested, and will not injure you as long as you follow instructions. They are also safe & effective for the intended purpose. The repellents that are most effective will contain egg solids.

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THE RIGHT WAYS TO UPDATE A RÉSUMÉ The job market can be competitive, as new graduates flood the field each and every year. But graduation season is not the only time of year when the competition to find work gets heated. The start of the new year tends to be one of the busiest times of year for new hires. According to the employment resource Simply Hired, the first Monday after New Year’s Day tends to be the busiest day for job search activity. Companies are returning to full production after the holidays, and as a result there is a flurry of new activity. This means applicants can use the last quarter of the year to prepare for job searches they will institute once the calendar turns. Many job seekers may benefit from revamping their résumés before beginning their search. It’s not uncommon for recruiters to receive thousands of résumés for each job opening they post, and the sheer volume of applicants can make it difficult for job seekers to get their résumés seen. In such instances, job seekers must take steps to tip the odds in their favor.

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Concrete Division Flatwork Finishers/Masons • Brick/Block Masons Form Carpenters • Slip Form/ String Line Structural Concrete • Riding Trowel Operators Please apply in person, online or send resumes to:

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People with multiple hobbies recognize there are many great ways to spend one’s time. But even people with plenty of ways to pass their time may find themselves wasting time each day, a phenomenon that seems to be growing. In its 2014 “Wasting Time at Work” survey, found that 89 percent of participants acknowledged wasting time at work each day. That marked a sharp increase from a year prior, when 69 percent of workers surveyed reported wasting time at work. Thirty-one percent of workers surveyed admitted wasting roughly 30 minutes per day, while another 31 percent estimated they waste around one hour each day. Perhaps the most surprising finding from the survey was that 4 percent of participants admitted they waste four or more hours, or at least half a typically eight-hour workday, at work each day. Some people might be wasting time out of sheer boredom, but many may be able to trace all those squandered minutes and hours to inefficiency.

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LEAVING A JOB GRACEFULLY Watch out for social media. It’s best to keep resignation plans to yourself and off of social media. You never know who is reading your posts, and bad-mouthing a soon-to-be-former employer can lead to hurt feelings and poor references. Resist the urge to rant about what’s making you unhappy at work or brag about a new position to your social network.

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FOR RENT COTTAGE RENTAL: Silver Lake, west side. Large lawn, private dock. Well maintained, very spacious w/full kitchen. 4 bedrooms, 1-1/2 baths. $700/ week. 585-797-9357. For Rent: Studio apartment now available in Farmington. No smoking No pets. $600/ month plus security deposit. Jessica 585-317-1509

FOR SALE TIRED OF LONG NY WINTERS? See how affordable Central Florida retirement living can be. Manufactured home for sale by owner in active 55+ retirement community. Information 863-514-5353. REAL ESTATE INVESTORS: Rental property in Walworth. Just listed for $ 47K less than appraised value. Needs work but has great potential. Don Camp 585-721-2583.

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LAWN ROLLING, CUTTING and aeration. When the ground is soft the rolling works best, with 25 years of experience I’ll gladly put your lawns’s bumps to rest. Free estimates. Reasonable rates. Call Dan 585-872-0697.

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MASONRY SPECIALIST: All Repair and Restorations. Steps, Chimneys, Foundations and all Masonry around homes and businesses. Brick, Block, Stone, Concrete, Stucco. 30 years experience. 585-851-8622, 315-690-6860; Visit:

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FIREPLACE/ STOVE SERVICES All Brands. Installation, Parts, Gas Logs & Lines Installed. Chimney Relining, Repair, Caps, Dampers. 42’ Lift Service. Call/ Text: 585-356-5567 Email:

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MASONRY & CONCRETE WORK: Brickwork, Blockwork, Patios, Walks, Steps Experienced, Insured, Honest **FREE ESTIMATES** Frank Torchia Masonry, 585-586-6224

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