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Join The Henrietta Office Of Howard Hanna in supporting Golisano Children’s Hospital Ways You Can Help: Stop in to Howard Hanna’s Henrietta location to make a donation or to purchase 50/50 Raffle Tickets! $20 each. Get your 2020 SaveAround Book $25 each. All proceeds benefit Golisano Children’s Hospital. Children’s free care funds at children’s hospitals provide medical care to all children, regardless of insurance or the family’s ability to pay, or for cutting-edge care that insurance may not cover. Each year the Howard Hanna Children’s Free Care Fund continues to advance its mission of helping local children and families in need. The company has raised and donated more than $12 million since 1988 when the campaign began.

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NYS Department of Public Service James Denn Public Information Officer Empire State Plaza, Agency Building 3 Albany, New York 12223 Email: (518) 474-7080

The Updated Figures and other HSS documents may be viewed by going to the Project-specific website maintained by the Applicant:, at public document repositories, and on the DPS website is (http:// To access documents on the DPS website, go to “Commission Documents” on the left-side of the webpage under “Most Popular Pages” and search using the Case Number 18-F-0633 or the direct link: The record of this proceeding, including the Application, once filed, may be examined during normal business hours at the Offices of the New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) at 3 Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12223, and may also be viewed at the following public repositories: • Caledonia Library, 3108 Main St., Caledonia, NY • Caledonia Town Hall, 3109 Main St, Caledonia, NY • Avon Free Library, 143 Genesee St., Avon NY • Rush Town Hall, 5977 East Henrietta Road, Rush, New York 14543 • Rush Public Library, 5977 East Henrietta Road, Rush, New York 14543 Members of the public who wish to comment on the PSS should reference Case Number 18-F-0633 and be submitted to DPS Secretary at or sent by mail to the following address: Honorable Kathleen Burgess, Secretary NYS Department of Public Service Three Empire State Plaza Albany, New York 12223-1350


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Before saying “ so long” to yard w ork at the end of autumn, homeow ners should remove thatch from their law ns. Thatch is dead grass that’s often identifiable by its yellow ish tint, and this dead grass, if left to loom in the law n over the w inter, can block air and moisture from making its w ay into the soil. That can make it difficult for a law n to recover come the spring and may even c ost homeow ners a substantial amount of money to address w hen w inter finally skips tow n. W hen removing thatch, resist the temptation to rake w ith lots of physical force, as raking too hard can harm the law n. Instead, commit to three or four easy passes w ith the rake, as this w ill collect the thatch w ithout damaging the law n. M any people rent a dethatcher from a nearby law n and garden supply store, and suc h a devic e c an make the process of removing thatch much easier. How ever, be sure to clean the machine before using it on your law n, as there is no w ay of telling w hat c ondition the previous renter’s law n w as in w hen heor she used the device. Failing to clean the dethatcher can spread disease from a previous renter’s law n onto your ow n, and that can prove another costly mistake come the spring w hen your law n is looking to rebound. If seeding the law n in early fall, w hich can be a great time to reseed, remove the thatch before laying dow n any new seed. If you w ait to remove thatch until after you have laid dow n new seed, then the law n likely w on’t benefit from the seed and you w ill likely just rake the new seed aw ay w hen it comes time to remove thatch.



Lima Horse Rescue Celebrates 10 Years with Open House By Amanda Dudek with excerpts from BAHR n October 2009, three friends with a shared love for horses formed Begin Again Horse Rescue, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit (BAHR). 10 years later, BAHR continues its mission to rescue, physically and mentally rehabilitate and re-home horses in need. With their Open House on October 13th, they will celebrate having already safely placed 176 horses in permanent lease adoptive homes. 2019 has been quite the year of firsts for BAHR. “We had our first horse show in Newark,” said Jennifer Lilly, Vice President and founding member. “We also held our first golf scramble tournament. In 2018, we opened a donations-based tack shop at the Little Lakes Community Center in Hemlock last fall, and it has gotten so popular that we are moving to a larger building nearby.” “Every year since we began in 2009, we’ve grown in numbers, knowledge and supporters,” said BAHR Executive Director Harriett Rubins. “One by one, we are making a difference in the lives of at-risk horses in our community. We are a small group filled with huge dedicated hearts.”


The exciting upcoming Open House will include informative presentations from local equine experts such as a farrier and a horse nutritionist, farm tours, raffles, kids activities and volunteer information. This event will not only raise critical funds for covering the sizeable winter expenses for the rescued horses currently in the care of BAHR, but also awareness of its mission. The rescue has been acknowledged by several organizations for its high standards including three-time winner of ASPCA Help A Horse national contest, consistently achieving a Guidestar Platinum rating for transparency and Global Federation of Animal Sanctuary verification. BAHR still has several adoptable horses available, including those featured here. For more information, to volunteer, to donate, adopt or for more information about the Open House or becoming a sponsor, please contact Begin Again Horse Rescue at 585-322-2427 or email at

Enjoy this article? Check out this week’s other great stories online at • Genesee County’s John Gardner: Man & Legend • Denise Baller: Compassion and Giving Back Go to My Hometown at to view previously posted stories and to post your own. Visit My Hometown today!

Jolene is one of our most celebrated equines, given her size, her personality and her story. Jo is a 12-year-old mammoth molly mule, standing about 17.2 hands high. We found her standing in a pen at a kill pen auction, unable to raise her head due to cramped space. Her hooves were obviously neglected and very painful, although we did not know to what extent. After veterinary examination, it was found that Big Jo had multiple hoof ailments, and they were unsure if she could recover. Four trips to Cornell for treatments, countless hours of patient care by volunteers, and now years of attention have resulted in Jolene living comfortably. She will never be a working mule, but her loving disposition wins every visitor’s heart.


Pandora is a 12-year-old registered appaloosa mare who stands about 15 hands tall. She is a pretty solid bay color with a big star. She was part of a 2018 neglect case in Ontario County which resulted in the death of one horse and the legal seizure of three others. Dora is now healthy and ready for a home of her own. She is sound, has no special health needs, no vices and has started training as a riding horse. She has proven to be smart, athletic and willing to learn. She will require a rider experienced enough to finish her training but could go in any direction: pleasure or show.

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Boo is a 6-year-old, 42” Shetland/Miniature cross mare. She has had a short but troubled past, starting with neglect as a youngster before she was surrendered into rescue with her sister. Difficult behavior brought her to BAHR, and after intensive veterinary diagnosis, it was discovered she suffers from gut ulcers. When Boo is under stress or in pain from the ulcers, she may act out aggressively. When she is relaxed and happy, she is sweet and willing. She has now been trained in hand obstacles and jumping, and also has been trained in long lines to drive. Boo will require a home experienced in the signs and treatment of gut ulcers with no small children. She is otherwise sound and healthy and has been turned out with other horses both large and small.



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BREAST CANCER SCREENING Screening is looking for cancer before a person has any symptoms. This can help find cancer at an early stage. When abnormal tissue or cancer is found early, it may be easier to treat. By the time symptoms appear, cancer may have begun to spread. Scientists are trying to better understand which people are more likely to get certain types of cancer. They also study the things we do and the things around us to see if they cause cancer. This information helps doctors recommend who should be screened for cancer, which screening tests should be used, and how often the tests should be done. It is important to remember that your doctor does not necessarily think you have cancer if he or she suggests a screening test. Screening tests are given when you have no cancer symptoms. If a screening test result is abnormal, you may need to have more tests done to find out if you have cancer. These are called diagnostic tests.

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NATURAL WAYS TO FIGHT FALL ALLERGIES Increase omega-3 fatty acids. It is well documented that fatty acids are good for brain health and cardiovascular well-being. But these acids also may help with allergies. A German study linked foods high in omega-3 fatty acids with the ability to fight inflammation, which is a hallmark of allergy suffering. Foods that are high in fatty acids include walnuts, flax, eggs, and cold-water fatty fish.


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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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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.


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Here’s what’s happening at your local library… Henrietta Public Library: Discover the benefits of meditation in a practical class led by Certified Health Counselor Lori Goldsmith. Whether you’re experienced in meditation or a beginner, or just curious, you’ll have the opportunity to learn what meditation really is and how to incorporate the techniques into your daily life. Be prepared to leave feeling relaxed and inspired! Bring a friend and join us on Thursday, October 17 from 7-8:30 pm. Registration is optional. https://

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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TOPS Meeting - Come join us as we Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS). We provide you with the tools, Information, support and accountability you need to be successful. WE will offer you Support, throughout each step of your journey, including maintaining after you’ve reached your goal weight. Come to a FREE, FUN, INFORMATIVE meeting and learn what we’re all about. After all you’ve got nothing to LOSE....or DO YOU?? Questions call Evelyn (585) 230-0910. We meet every Thursday 8:45am10am at the Ely Fagan American Legion, 260 Middle Road, 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. Fish Fry Friday - Join us for a fish fry every Friday from 4 pm to 7 pm, serving battered, breaded or baked 12-14 ounce haddock filets, shrimp, scallops, and clam strips. Meet friends for dinner or make friends at dinner. Call 585-334-8228 and we will have it ready when you get here. We deliver orders of $25 or more. ElyFagan American Legion Post 1151, 260 Middle Rd., Henrietta. http:// Beef Tips & Noodles: A hot, healthy serving of tender & delicious sirloin beef tips in a special, savory mushroom gravy over a bed of buttered egg noodles, House Salad. Cost: $9. Held October 15, 5-7pm, Ely-Fagan American Legion Post 1151, 260 Middle Rd., Henrietta. Roast Pork Dinner, Saturday, October 26th: Seating at 5:00PM and 6:15PM at Henrietta United Church of Christ, 1400 Lehigh Station Road. Call 334-0030 for reservations, strongly recommended for seating and take-outs. Takeouts available after 5:15PM. $10 for adults, $5 for children 5-12, Under 5 - free.

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Spirits of the Past Theatrical Tours & Buffet: October 17th 20th at the Genesee Country Village & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford. A night sure to send a chill down your spine, these guided tours look into the dark recesses of the village and explore some hairraising tales of lore. Guided only by lanterns, you’ll see the village in a whole new and sinister light. Need some fortification to brave the night? Join us for the Spirits Buffet Dinner! Reservations are required. Times vary by day. Cost: $25. For details visit: events/ Trick-or-Treating in the Village: October 25-26, Genesee Country Village & Museum, 1410 Flint Hill Rd., Mumford. Times vary by day. Kids will love all the Halloween fun, from collecting treats at the historic homes to roasting marshmallows, movies, and games inside and out. Highlights include Teal Pumpkin Project houses, face painting, and a whole car-free village for tricks and treats! Choose between Friday evening for nighttime fun, or Saturday for an earlier start to your adventures! events/trick-or-treating/

PITTSFORD ’Rise and Shine’ Pancake Breakfast - Start your day with a delicious breakfast at the United Church of Pittsford. Held on the second Saturday of each month from October-June, 8AM-10AM, with the proceeds being donated to a different local charity each month. Our first breakfast of the new season is on October 12th, in support of the Pittsford and Rochester food cupboards. Pancakes, sausage links and scrambled eggs will be served with maple syrup, whipped cream and blueberry toppings all for $5.00 per person. The United Church of Pittsford, 123 South Main Street at the intersection with Sunset Blvd. Details (585)586-6870.

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. 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/

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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

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10% OFF Gates Historical Society October meeting - Kelly Ulrich from the Seneca Park Zoo will do a presentation telling the story from the past to the present with a glimpse into the future. Join us on October 21, 7-8:30pm, Gates Town Hall Annex, 1605 Buffalo Rd., Rochester. http:// 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.

RUSH The Rush Historical Society’s October 27th meeting will feature “The Creation of Mendon Ponds Park,” a presentation by Bill Lane, a retired Kodak scientist specializing in Kodachrome film & processing, who is curator of the Honeoye Falls/Mendon Historical Society, Chair of the HFMHS Board of Trustees, and interim curator of the Society’s museum. He will discuss the creation of the park and some of the politics involved. Sunday, October 27th, 2pm, Rush Pavilion, behind the Rush Town Hall, 5977 East Henrietta Road. Free and open to the public; handicapped accessible site and plenty of parking! Co-sponsored by Rush Historical Society and the Rush History Office. New York Museum of Transportation - TRACKING FALL FOLIAGE BY TROLLEY: A great way for families to enjoy the colors of an upstate autumn is from the windows of a vintage electric trolley car. Rides operate Sundays only, through October 27. No reservations are required, as rides leave throughout the day and are included free with admission to the museum. Museum hours are 11 am - 5 pm, and the last trolley departure is at 4 pm. New York Museum of Transportation, 6393 East River Road. Family friendly admission $8 adults, $7 seniors over 65, and $6 youths age 3-12. (585) 533-1113,

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SCOTTSVILLE “Missing Mansions of East Avenue.” Donald Hall, retired director of the Strasenburgh Planetarium, will discuss the vanished millionaires’ homes that used to line East Avenue. He will provide information on the seven local architects who designed many of them. He will include some of the adaptive reuse designs used to save many of our remaining fabulous houses for future generations. Refreshments and conversation to follow. Held October 17, 7pm-9pm, Uniton Presbyterian Church, 1 Browns Ave., Scottsville. For more info, Wheatland Historical Assoc. 571-4936.

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SHORTSVILLE Shortsville Railroad Station Museum Open House - The Lehigh Valley Railroad Historical Society Station Museum at 8 East High Street in Shortsville will be open to the public on Sunday, October 20. Hours will be 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. A large collection of historical artifacts from the Lehigh Valley Railroad is on display at the museum. The gift shop will be open. Admission is free; donations are welcome. For more information, visit or call 585-289-9149.

WEST HENRIETTA New York Museum of Transportation - HALLOWEEN TROLLEY EXPRESS: Saturday, October 19, 2019. Highlight of the Halloween season for all ages! Trolley ride to the Halloween Patch. Free delicious cider and donuts. Decorate your free baby pumpkin. Take your picture with the Halloween Trolley. Trick-or-treating in the museum trolley cars and steam locomotive! Spooky Halloween walk in the model train room. Games, prizes. Live musical entertainment. Wear your favorite Halloween costume! $12 adults, $10 age 3-12. Rides depart at 11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30, and 3:30 by reservation only. Purchase tickets: The New York Museum of Transportation, 6393 East River Road, (585) 533-1113, www.


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NOTICE OF SALE 3309 Fowlerville Rd., Caledonia Building has been sold. Has not been open in 10 years. Tools, Antiques, Furniture, Windows, Tons of Treasures!

Oct. 18th, 19th, 20th • 10AM-4PM U OF R VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT AUCTION SAT., OCT.19, 2019

11:00 A.M

at the old Kellogg Welding Shop


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.

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

HARRIS WILCOX INC. Auctioneers, Realtors & Appraisers

Preowned Items Can Be Good For The Environment Visit consignment stores: Consignment shops and Goodwill(R) stores are popular places to buy preowned items. These stores take donations or offer items for sale on consignment, which means once sold the person who provided the item gets a portion of the sale. When browsing the racks of these stores, it’s possible to discover highend items mixed in with less expensive items. Shoppers may find designer handbags and clothing for much less than they would sell at retail, especially if the pieces are one or two seasons old. Relying on these stores to supplement classic wardrobe pieces is cost-effective and beneficial to the environment. If you regularly shop consignment stores, you can develop a rapport with the shopkeeper, who may alert you when new items are available.

DONALD DECKER FARM MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT,TOOL AND HOUSEHOLD AUCTION SAT., OCT.19, 2019 • 10:00 A.M. • SPENCERPORT, NY Auction to be held at 777 Gillett Rd. Spencerport, N.Y. off of Whittier Rd.

AUCTION Sat., October 19th, 2019 • 11:00 AM 2960 Atlantic Ave., Penfield, NY 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.

FARM MACHINERY: John Deere 870 Diesel Tractor w/72” Mower Deck, 348 hours, Excellent Condition; 1951 Farmall “H” Tractor, Serial #354980, Restored Show Condition; 1952 Ford 8N Tractor, Serial #8N487782, Restored Show Condition; Ford 2 Bottom Plow (3 Pt. Hitch); Vintage 2 Bottom Plow (Pull Behind Type); Antique Potato Digger; Antique Hay Rake EQUIPMENT and TOOLS: John Deere X530 Lawn Tractor w/48” Mower Deck, 136 hours, Like New; Antiques and Collectibles; and Clean Household. TERMS: Please see for complete list, pictures and terms.

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

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ACCLIMATING TO A NEW NEIGHBORHOOD For a number of people, this may be the year they relocate to a new home or apartment. The moving rate in the United States has remained steady since 2008, with roughly 12 percent of the population relocating each year according to reports from the U.S. Census Bureau. Movement to the suburbs continues to be high, and renters tend to move more frequently than others. People who move cite a new job or a job transfer as one of the primary motivators to relocate. Acclimating to a new home and neighborhood after a move can be challenging. Even after boxes have been unpacked and items put away, some people still feel unsettled. It could be because one of the most important parts of being in a new house is feeling at home. That involves meeting neighbors, having friends over for dinner and knowing all of the local haunts that help solidify a homeowner as a true member of his or her new neighborhood. It can take time to establish feeings of belonging.

2 Bedroom Apartments Available Section 8 Vouchers and DSS Accepted

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DID YOU KNOW? Prospective real estate investors who hope to buy, hold and rent out their investment properties should first interview potential property managers before buying homes. While it’s possible to find property managers willing to manage single-family homes or duplexes, the financial resource notes that many property managers prefer to manage large apartment complexes instead. Managing properties is hard work, and without skilled property managers on their side, real estate investors may become overwhelmed by the responsibilities of taking care of their real estate investments while simultaneously trying to maintain their own residences. Before buying investment properties, prospective real estate investors should interview various local property managers or property management firms, inquiring about their fees and what is included in those fees. If the cost of hiring property managers drastically cuts into the profits investors hoped to make off their investment properties, they might be better off looking to invest their money in areas other than real estate. Prospective investors can compare the potential return on investment after the cost of property managers has been factored in to the return they might get from more traditional investments to determine if investing in real estate is a sound financial decision.

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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


8:15AM at Guardian Angels


8:15AM at St. Joseph’s

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

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

N on-D enominational Southside Fellowship Abiding in Christ 201 Scottsville-W. Henrietta Rd., West Henrietta, NY 14586 585-957-3494 • Pastor Chris Terenzi Sunday Service 10am Wednesday Service 7pm

Henrietta Vineyard Church 900 Jefferson Road, Rochester, NY 14623 (Located in building 3 where the Genesee Valley Regional Market is) Services: Sundays at 10:30am 585-245-2086

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


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Presbyterian JOHN CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 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

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Fair Housing Statement All real estate advertised in the Genesee Valley Penny Saver is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

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

The Town of Henrietta invites its residents to bring their leaves and branches to 1344 Martin Road, Henrietta, NY 14467. This location is opposite from the Martin Road Park entrance. This drop-off location will be available from 10am to 3pm on the following dates: October 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th and

November 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th & 17th Please bring your leaves, small brush and your Driver’s License to prove that you are a Henrietta resident. We apologize that plastic bags cannot be accepted.

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? (c) 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

Answers 1. Robin Williams 2. Ohio River 3. James Thurber 4. Cairn terrier 5. Hypnos 6. Calvin Coolidge 7. Pita bread 8. Battle of Fort Sumter 9. Almost 5 ml 10. 1984

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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. ●

Leaf and brush drop-off days

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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?


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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. • 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.

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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. • 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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“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in.” Matthew 25:35

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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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As a Direct Support Professional! Salary range: $32,972 to $45,200 Finger Lakes DDSO will be continuously administering the Civil Service Exam for Direct Support Professionals throughout Ontario, Monroe, Livingston, Wayne, Steuben & Wyoming Counties Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or GED equivalent; you must have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State at the time of appointment and continuously thereafter

WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A TEAM PLAYER Meets deadlines: People working together on a project have their own unique responsibilities regarding such projects. It’s important that the end result is produced on time; otherwise, the entire group pays the price. Employees who care about their teams consistently meet their deadlines, making things easier for their fellow team members as a result.

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Help Wanted

Town of Rush Highway Sidewalk Plowing & Maintenance Seeking motivated individual for sidewalk plowing and maintenance including hand shoveling. Seasonal part-time position. Need to be available during snowfall events. November through April.

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ALPINE MANOR 2714 Poplar Hill Rd. Lima, NY 14485 (585) 346-5880 EMPLOYMENT: THE NEXT STEP AFTER GRADUATION Hit the ground running. It’s tempting for recent grads to take the summer off and have a lax approach to job hunting after all of the hard work they put into their education. But recent grads can get a head start on their competition by beginning their searches immediately after earning their degrees. Create a list of a few target companies you have your eye on, and then tap into your network to find a contact at each company and reach out to that contact directly.

Open part-time Bakery position: Interested person must be able to work a 6 hour shift between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 p.m., appx. 20 hrs/wk, at least one weekend day. Must be reliable, customer service-oriented, be able to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment, be a team player, good communicator, and a problem solver.

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FIREWOOD FIREWOOD AVAILABLE for pickup or delivery in Henrietta. Starting at $80 per face cord. Please call 261-9465 or 750-0276. SEASONED FIREWOOD FOR SALE 4’x8’x16” (Face cord) $95 delivered. Current special: 5 or more face cord, $90 each. Victor. 585-924-3377 or 585-402-4806

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ROTTWEILER PUPPIES. Male & female available. AKC registered. Tail docked. 1st shots and dewormed. Family raised. $1200. 585-905-4421.

FOR RENT RENTAL- HENRIETTA: 221 River Meadow Drive. 3 bedroom single family house w/appliances. Close to RIT. No large dogs. $1,200 plus utilities. Mark Guggino Real Estate, 585-334-3166.



RETSOF: 1 bedroom apartment. Fresh paint. Includes appliances, garbage, water. Off-street parking. No pets. No smoking. Security, references required. 585-243-2609. FOR RENT HENRIETTA: 4 bdrm, 2 bath, large yard, new appliances. $1600/mo + utilities. 585-748-6029.

❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■ 3 BEDROOM TRAILER RENTAL: Private lot in Leicester village. Reference, security deposit required. No smoking. Available now. $750/ month plus utilities. 585-382-3363.

❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■❒■ FOR RENT, HOUSE ON THE CANAL: Plus dock. Private, one bedroom house. Private road, no neighbors. One of a kind, Real jam. Town plows road. $1000 plus deposit. No pets. Serious inquiries only, please. Shown by appointment only. Cameras on premise. 585-953-8614; 585-455-9550. PENFIELD: 3 bedroom 1.5 bath. One month free rent. Ted 585-230-4415 AVON APT. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom W/D hookups, A/C, porch, quiet country setting near Rt. 390. $730 plus utilities. 1 month deposit. NO PETS. NO SMOKING. Available Now! 585-226-2378. Rush Apt For Rent:3 BR for $1200/ month near 390 Exit. No pets.Call 585-704-4902 Rush Apt for Rent: 1Br for $800/ month. Near 390 exit. No Pets. Call 585-704-4902

FOR SALE LAND: 26 acres, southwest of Wellsville. 1080 feet road frontage, mostly wooded, remote. Great for hunting or cabin. $39,750. 585-752-0217.

SERVICES TRI CO DOOR COMPANY for garage doors and openers. Parts, Service, Sales and installations. Commercial, Residential, Automatic. FREE ESTIMATES. 585-924-3210. Insured. ●

COLORED METAL ROOFING: For the same price as shingles with twice the warranty! No tear off necessary. Goes on very quickly, no messy clean up. 35 years experience. 585-507-8354. Visit Erik Berggren Remodeling on Facebook for other services offered.

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

CALEDONIA: Extra Large one bedroom apartment come and see. With off street parking. No smoking. No pets. $675/ month plus gas. References. Security deposit. 585-538-4405.


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

MARAL ELECTRIC LLC: Commercial/ Residential. Licensed/ Insured. 25yrs experience. FOR ALL YOUR ELECTRICAL NEEDS! All Major Credit Cards Accepted. 585-490-3607.

VILLAGE OF CALEDONIA Apartment. 2bdrm 1.5bath 1200sqft upper. Carriage House, Newly renovated New Appliances including washer/ dryer $995/month + deposit. Includes water/trash/snow/ lawn. No smoking No Pets.

SAWYER TREE SERVICE: FALL SPECIAL- SAVE 25% Fully Insured Affordable Pricing Stump Grinding, Removal, Trimming, Cleanup FREE ESTIMATES Senior Discounts 585-507-5488

COMPLETE BATHROOM REMODELING! Bathtub to Walk-In Shower Conversions. Tile Flooring. Kitchen Back Splashes. Countertops, Vanities, and Plumbing Service. Tile Repair & Re-Grouting Fully insured! Please visit: For Pictures, Videos & Testimonies. 585-317-2296.

M&M´s E-Z CLEANERS Residential Junk Removal Cleanout... Estates, Hoarders, Move Outs Attics, Basements, Garages, Barns Demo... Garages, Pools, Sheds, Barns Mike, 585-975-9019, 585-482-8366.

HAVE LOG SPLITTER will travel, Chainsaw too. Will cut, split trees that are already down on your property. 585-363-9630; 585-298-6419.

HANDYMAN SERVICES House/ Deck Pressure Washing House Painting (Interior/ Exterior) Deck Staining/ Painting Gutter Cleaning, Roof Leaks Lawn Cleanup/ Lawn Fertilizing, Bush Trimming, Mailbox Post/ Repair Handyman 30 years experience. Lenny, 585-857-6326 (Leave message please)

ROB’S WINDOW CLEANING Since 1985. Streak Free Guarantee. Also, Gutter Cleaning. Top quality work. Insured. Reasonable Rates. Free Estimates. 585-377-7923; 585-749-8588. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE and repair. Reasonable rates. If we can’t fix it, we won’t charge you. Specializing in older machines. Sewlution Repairs 585-598-0205.

Waters Basement Services, Inc. The only WATER that should be in YOUR BASEMENT is BOB WATERS! Waterproofing, Drain Tile, Sumps & Backup Pumps, Wall Cracks, Stone Foundation, Structural Repair & More! www. 585-765-3369; 716-474-3898

STUMP GRINDING / REMOVAL. Free estimates. Fully insured. Fast, reliable service. Reasonably priced. Call Mike, 716-544-5856. ELIMINATE GUTTER CLEANING FOREVER! LeafFilter, the most advanced debris-blocking gutter protection. Schedule a FREE LeafFilter estimate today. 15% off and 0% financing for those who qualify. PLUS Senior & Military Discounts. Call 1-855-995-2490.

STAY IN YOUR HOME LONGER with American Standard Walk-In Bathtub. Receive up to $1500 off, including a free toilet, and lifetime warranty on the tub and installation! Call us at 1-855-465-5426.

GRANDPA & GRANDSONS -LAWN SERVICE *Fall Cleanups, Bush Trimming *Snowblowing *Owner does work, is on site at all times. *Member of BBB. *Free Estimates *Fully Insured *Discounts Offered! *References upon request. *All workers have had background checks. 585-424-2015 or 585-315-9095

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WANTED ANTIQUES WANTED: Coins. Furniture, Toys, Crocks, Oil Paintings, Oil/ Farm Signs, Pedal Tractors. Howard, FOX FARM ANTIQUES, 585-226-6160, 585-747-0193. CARS/ TRUCKS WANTED!!! We buy 2002-2018 Cars/ Trucks. Running or Not! Nationwide Free Pickup! Call 1-888-416-2208.

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