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Dear Readers: Unprecedented is an understatement for the challenges we are now facing. I'm sure you've had a few moments of "is this really happening?" as I have these last few days. And as we go through these unchartered waters, I hope you can take a few moments to take refuge in our paper to help you stay connected with your community. Our Hometown Announcements, News, Events, our Give & Take column and even our Vibes & Rants will have a special focus on the Covid-19, how you are coping, and, more importantly, we hope it will help you cope. We've always valued our ability to give you news from your local merchants as well as news from your neighbors. Now is an even more important time for us to send you these messages of how we're all evolving and adapting. Our dedicated staff is working hard for you, your community and our community of advertisers. We are committed to delivering the same level of service to our readers and advertisers, but we accept and acknowledge the guidance of the governor and the public health department. Should there be an interruption in delivery, you can find out where you can access our editions at www.gvpennysaver. com. Remember, too, that you can sign up for our E-Edition of the Penny Saver on our website. Be well and continue to enjoy and appreciate our diligence as we bring you the Genesee Valley Penny Saver. Steve Harrison, Publisher



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POLL As another at-home weekend approaches, which of these fun activities are you most likely to try with your kids? • Camping out in the living room • Completing our Kidz Korner puzzles • Having a family dance party • Video chatting with loved ones • Watching zoo animals live Have a great family fun activity? Share it as an Announcement at

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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On March 30, 1867, U.S. Secretary of State William Seward signs a treaty with Russia to buy Alaska for $7 million. Despite the bargain price of roughly 2 cents an acre, the Alaskan purchase was ridiculed as "Seward's Folly" and "Seward's icebox." On March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower is dedicated in Paris in a ceremony presided over by Gustave Eiffel, its designer, and French Prime Minister Pierre Tirard. At 984 feet, the Eiffel Tower remained the world's tallest man-made structure until the completion of the Chrysler Building in New York in 1930.

Healthy eating options for seniors “Let food be thy medicine” is a quote attributed to Hippocrates, the ancient scholar considered to be the father of modern medicine. The saying relates to the notion that what people put in their bodies can heal and/or prevent certain conditions. For seniors with medicine cabinets full of over-the-counter and prescription medications, the idea of relying predominantly on food to promote optimal health may be tempting, and various foods can be particularly useful to the 50-and-over demographic. According to the World Health Organization, poor diet is a major contributor to many of the diseases that affect older people. Poor diet has been connected to the development of diabetes, and degenerative diseases such as osteoporosis also may be linked to the foods ones eat. The National Council for Aging Care says micronutrient deficiency is often a problem among the aging due to factors like lack of variety in diet and reduced food intake. Eating a variety of foods can provide all of the nutrients people need to stay healthy as they get older. Certain foods may be particularly helpful.

On April 1, 1970, President Richard Nixon signs legislation officially banning cigarette ads on television and radio. Nixon, who was an avid pipe smoker, supported the legislation at the increasing insistence of public health advocates.

· Brain-friendly foods: Foods such as avocado, leafy vegetables, sunflower seeds, blueberries, and salmon are good sources of vitamin E, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and other nutrients that may help ward off dementias like Alzheimer’s disease, advises Sonas Home Health Care. · Anti-inflammatory foods: Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids may help prevent inflammation that can cause cancer and rheumatoid arthritis. says foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon, should be consumed at least twice per week. See next week’s article for more smart food choices for seniors. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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Hot water and soap The reason hand-washing is at the top of the list of sanitizing methods is because it is so effective at washing away viruses and bacteria. Friction from scrubbing with soap and water can help break the protective envelope, states the EPA. Soap and water can clean all surfaces in a home, especially when applying a little extra elbow grease.

Natural items can be used for general cleaning, but have not been endorsed for use on COVID-19 disinfection. In lieu of shortages, white vinegar, baking soda pastes and citrus oils and juices could fill the void of chemically-based cleansers for other home tasks.

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On Monday, the 9th of March, my family and I went to Krony’s. We always enjoy the delicious pizza and what I call calzones. Of course, what would Krony’s be without Joey. He simply is the best manager I have ever seen in a restaurant. Joey is just a great all-around person. He goes out of his way to make sure that everything is great. He is always so personable no matter how busy he may

My child is not perfect; no child is. However, when another child threatens to physically assault my child, that is one thing. If you follow through, there will be legal consequences. I will call the police on your child. This is not the 1980’s. Physical assault is a big deal, and if you, as a parent, allow your child to conduct themselves this way, then maybe you need to be investigated as well. I don’t think your child will be a tough guy to the police if and when they get called. That would be just step one in a nightmare GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

be. Joey makes sure to give his customers the attention they need to make them feel like they are family. Of course, Steve (Charlie), is very nice, as well. Joey, thanks for the garlic knots and stay as sweet as you are. In a world where people do not go out of their way to help others, it is delightful to know you.

I’d like to thank my employer, Bristol ID. By implementing a few new procedures and policies, they are doing their best to make it a safe environment during this uncertain time. Big thanks for all the staff of the local grocery stores for supporting our communities at this time!

Hannah Emmick is so wonderful and should be recognized for her caring and helpful spirit. Love that she is willing to help families with water and food. Love her! I emptied my pockets for a man to have meals for legal situation for you and your child. Teach your child to handle situations with class and communication, but I understand for some parents, conflict and police blotter fame is all they know. That inherited trait shines very brightly through your child. Too bad. Last month, I went into the grocery store, and while looking around, I saw a little one in her daddy’s arms. I noticed she had on a real cute dress with a matching hair band. I stopped to say ‘hi’ and left. As I was returning my cart mom, dad (each wearing coats) and their child were also leaving. To my shock, the toddler was still wearing only the light little dress with absolutely nothing else on her, no coat, blanket, etc. If they thought

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a week. He went straight across the street to Burger King. Do what you can for others.

While checking out at Wegman’s last Sunday morning, I discovered I had forgotten my wallet. Facing embarrassment, I asked the girl at the checkout if I could it was not that cold enough for their daughter’s health, then why did they bother wearing coats themselves? Wake up parents and use some common sense! At least bring a warm blanket next time! Have you ever heard of pneumonia? I’d like to “rant” about a local corner gas station. I’ve lived nearby for 23 years and have been a very faithful, loyal

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call my wife hoping she could rescue me by phone. While on the phone, the girl proceeded to check out my purchases. I asked her to stop, but she told me that the kind man behind me was paying for my goods. I insisted on repaying him, but he said that it was his way of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. One Irishman to another. Thank you, Bill Bolin. I will surely pay it forward. You made my St. Patrick’s Day! Local restaurants - thank you for staying open to feed us. We are grateful!

customer. I exclusively used them even though I knew it was the highest place for prices around and spent $35 to $45 while stopping there and only there three times a week. I liked the two older men in charge. The mechanic, though very good, would make unnecessary comments about me or what I brought in to break the ice or amuse them. Even when they hired a new mechanic, his conversation became unprofessional as well. It hurt my feelings; they should’ve refrained from condescending comments. I tried another gas station, and it was run by all women. They were warm, friendly, talkative, respectful and apologetic when they were busy. I will now give my local business to them!


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WHEATLAND SENIOR CENTER 889-1284 March 20, 2020

In response to COVID-19 concerns and to promote prevention, the Wheatland Senior Center is closed until further notice.

Volunteers… We Need Your Help! Featured Nonprofit:

Bri-Pen Senior Rides

Bri-Pen Senior Rides is always welcoming volunteers to serve as drivers, dispatchers and coordinators to provide rides to independently ambulatory Brighton and Penfield seniors (65+) to their medical appointments within Monroe County as well as to the Brighton and the Penfield Community Centers on weekdays. BriPen Senior Rides was started in 2017 and is sponsored by the Town of Penfield. It is a wholly volunteer, donation-based service that seniors, without any private transportation, may request one round trip ride or two one-way rides per week. Volunteers provide their services on the weekdays at times convenient for them.

United Memorial Medical Center We need you! Our volunteers help people heal. Found throughout the hospital, from the gift shop to the emergency room, and many places in between, our volunteers make a di? erence. Consider a rewarding experience at UMMC! Call (585) 344-7432 or email

Arc of Monroe . Yard Clean Up, Raking

Bri-Pen Senior Rides ñ Cea Gallant (585) 760-4873 We need volunteers to drive ambulatory seniors from Brighton and Penfield to medical appointments and to the town community centers between the hours of 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Genesee County 4-H Gardening Club Leader Wanted. We are looking for volunteers who would like to share their knowledge and passion for gardening with youth ages 5-18.

Crossroads House Crossroads House is looking for volunteers for Resident Care, Fundraising Support, Building and Grounds Maintenance, Office Assistance and a variety of other support roles.

Independent Living of the Genesee Region, Cathy 585-815-8501. We need volunteers to clean Loan Closet equipment (walkers, commodes, shower chairs). Charitable Organizations and Nonprofits can submit requests at under My Hometown Positions published online, and in print of the last week of the month as space permits. See more volunteer opportunities at GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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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


NOW HERE’S A TIP How to pack a suitcase: Roll pants and tops, adding to suitcase first, toward the handle side. Then add heavy items (shoes, boots) toward the wheel end. Make sure you choose the right size case for the trip; too much room will cause items to shift around.


I’ve banished Winter, saith the Spring, Awake! arise, ye flowers! Brisk breezes blow, Bright sunshine glow, And rouse the young Year’s powers. ~ Henry James Slack (1818–1896), The Ministry of the Beautiful, “Conversation IV: Spring-time on the Western Coast,” 1850


1. What business executive was chairman of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee and served as the sixth commissioner of Major League Baseball from 1984 to 1989? 2. In February, 42-year-old Zamboni driver David Ayres became the first emergency backup goaltender to record a win in NHL history. For what team did Ayres suit up? 3. Who was the only member of the University of Michigan’s 1991 Fab Five recruiting class to never play a game in the NBA? 4. The 1982 Atlanta Braves and the 1987 Milwaukee Brewers share the Major League Baseball record for consecutive wins to start a season with how many? 5. Cheryl Miller won two women’s basketball national championships (1983-84) and three Naismith College Player of the Year awards (1984-86) as a member of what team? 6. Old Trafford stadium is home to what English Premier League soccer club? 7. What was the name of the character played by Alex Karras, a Detroit Lions defensive lineman from 1958-70, on the 1980s TV sitcom “Webster”?

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Large amount of YARN. Pick up in Bergen:


PVC SEWER PIPE. 4” diameter. Three (3) 10-foot lengths. Fairport. Pick up only:

TRUCK CAP – for a ’07 Chevy Silverado Classic extended cab with the 6ftx8ft bed: 585-202-1991


CAMPER in decent shape with everything working. The bigger the better: 585808-5800

2 ORGANS and 1 TELEVISION (older model) free to a good home. Pick up only!

OLD CRYSTAL RADIOS and TUBE RADIOS needed for a longtime collector:

QUEEN SIZE MATTRESS, good condition. You pick up: 585-394-4369 DAYBED, white, complete with mattress. Like new. Brockport: 585-391-3354 ARMOIRE CABINET, good condition. Perfect for living room or office:

ROCKS, approximately brick-sized: 585-943-3987 COTTON FABRIC for projects that are donated to non-profit organizations: 607-324-1269 BOAT, BOAT PARTS, MOTORS: 585-729-2143

TAUPE LOVESEAT with THROW PILLOWS. Very good condition, plus two Surefit Slipcovers. East Rochester: 585-249-9808 135 LARGE PRINT “LOVE INSPIRED” BOOKS from 2015-1018. Must take all: 585-345-0523 CHILDREN’S GAMES - Junior Monopoly, Cadoo, Battleships, Apples to Apples. For ages 5 through 9+: COOKBOOKS - Santa’s Favorite Cookies, Betty Crocker [2], Light Ways/Poultry, Crisco Good Cooking, In The Kitchen With Heloise, Hard cover: jmarabel@ WOODEN 8x12 SHED. You remove and clean up. Henrietta: 585-802-7381 ZOOM cable modem model 5341 new in box. Works with Windows and Mac: PLASTIC MAGAZINE FILES: 585-721-6732

Single axle road worthy PULL BEHIND CAMPER. With room for 3. To take cross country: USED OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR in good shape for senior citizen on limited income. Canandaigua area. Will pick up: 585-394-1154 SEASHELLS, the more the merrier! SMALL FILE CABINET, and fish are asking for a 5 GALLON TANK to call home: BOWLING SHOES – women’s size 9-1/2 and a 26” MOUNTAIN BIKE: 585-637-6961 BROKEN JEWELRY for craft projects. Mail to: 128 W. Center St., Box 442, Medina, NY 14103 JUNK CANOES or KAYAKS – Leakers, non-repairable, for parts only. Text: 585-358-6208

TRAMPOLINE: 585-455-2713

OLD TABLE SAW MOTOR, 1 HP or more, 3,600 RPM; I can pick up or remove from old saw: 585-534-9852

Extra copies of NYS & FEDERAL TAX FORMS. You pick up Lakeville: 585-3469777


Large METAL FILING CABINET, 4 drawer lateral style 30W, 52H, 18D. Pick up only Bushnell Basin: 585-267-7700

36 CLEAR BUD VASES: 585-705-8330

15 INK CARTRIDGES for a CANON MG61 PRINTER. Pick up only. Webster:

CORNER GLASS LOCKING CABINET for religious statue, local church: 585924-5867

GREETING CARDS for crafts. You pick up. Fairport: 585-388-0318

VINTAGE ELECTRONICS TUBES, tube testers, test equipment, radios, microphones, stereo audio, motors, speakers, meters, turntables, communication gear, books etc.:



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Postponed: The Embrace Your Sisters (EYS) 14th Annual Tea at Two Fashion Show Fundraiser at Casa Larga Vineyards and Winery on Sunday, May 3rd has been postponed due to COVID-19. EYS is still committed to providing emergency financial support for people with breast cancer. A 100% volunteer staff. EYS champions two annual fundraisers, the Tea At Two Fashion Show and the Positively Pink Walk, to raise needed dollars to support their recipients. Please consider Embrace Your Sisters as you look for ways to support our community during this critical time. Contributions are accepted through the mail and online: Embrace Your Sisters, P.O. Box 322, Canandaigua, NY 14424. Future events: https://www., AmazonSmile and the United Way of Greater Rochester).

Many of our Hometown Events were submitted weeks ago, prior to the national guidelines regarding social distancing. If you’re interested in attending one of this week’s events, please be sure to check with the organization to make sure it’s still taking place. Thank you!

BROCKPORT 5th Annual Patrick Carr Memorial Golf Tournament - C.U.R.E. Childhood Cancer Association is hosting their 5th annual golf tournament which is being presented by Brighton Securities. To be held July 20th, 9am-6pm at the Deerfield Country Club, 100 Craig Hill Drive, Brockport. C.U.R.E. is the only organization in Rochester to provide social, emotional, educational, and financial assistance to families dealing with pediatric cancer or blood disorders. You can find more information on our website @ CANCELED: Celtic Celebration Concerts scheduled for March 28 and 29 at Brockport First Baptist and John Knox Presbyterian Church, Ridge Rd., Greece have been canceled at this time.

EAST ROCHESTER 5th Annual Beat Brain Cancer 5k and 1 Mile Walk in memory of Desiree Stockholm who was a Nurse Practitioner at Strong Memorial Hospital. A fast, flat, road race through neighborhoods near East Rochester High School. Race timed by Robin Hood Races. Packet pickup at MedVed, June 5th, 3:30pm7:30pm, and on race day at East Rochester High School, 7:30am8:45am. Wheelchair division begins 8:57am, runners 9:00am and walkers 9:03am. NOTE: If you are signing up to push a wheelchair, please sign up in the wheelchair division. This is a USATF Sanctioned event and certified course. Our course is Certified to be accurate by USATF #NY19102KL. Cost: $18-$25. EastRochester/BeatBrainCancer5k

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HENRIETTA Sunday Breakfast - Canceled: The April 5th Sunday Breakfast from 9am-12pm at the Ely-FaganStevens-Connor American Legion Post 1151, 260 Middle Rd., Henrietta has been canceled. http:// Stuffed Pork Chops - Canceled: The March 31, Stuffed Pork Chop Dinner from 5-7pm at the ElyFagan American Legion Post 1151, 260 Middle Road, Henrietta has been canceled. Friday Fish Fry - Drive Thru Service Only! Enjoy a delicious 12-14 ounce battered fresh haddock with golden brown french fries and a cup of homemade coleslaw and a cup of tartar sauce, just $10.00! Ely-Fagan American Legion Post 1151, 260 Middle Rd., Henrietta. American Red Cross Alert: Blood Donors Needed During Severe Shortage - Healthy individuals are urged to schedule an appointment to donate blood in the days and weeks ahead. We understand why people may be hesitant to attend a blood drive or give at their regular donation center. That’s why we want to reassure you that the Red Cross has implemented additional precautions to help ensure the safety of our donors and staff, including temperature checks prior to entering the blood drive, frequent disinfecting and social distancing between donation beds where possible. Blood Drives are held at the Henrietta American Red Cross, 825 John Street. Various days and times available. To make an appt. visit and use the Sponsor Code: 185.

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PALMYRA Overshot Coverlet Weaving with Freda Peisley - MAY 29-30, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. $60 per day + $15 supplies per sample woven. Alling Coverlet Museum, 122 William St., Palmyra. You may attend one or both days. It costs $60 per day to attend and $15 for supplies per sample you weave. Please preregister with the museum either by calling us at 315-597-6981, emailing us at bjfhpinc@rochester. or historicpalmyra@gmail. com, or registering online. To register online please go to https://historic-palmyra-inc.square. site/. Please note that the online payment of $60 only covers the cost of the workshop, not the supplies which must be paid the day of the event.

PENFIELD Bach to Rock April Audio Extravaganza - Bach to Rock Penfield is the music school for all ages, instruments and music genres! Join us for a rockin’ April Audio Extravaganza Open Mic & Open House afternoon featuring some of our awesome student bands, glee clubs and solo artists. Get a chance to tour the school, meet some of our instructors, enter to win some rockin’ prizes and so much more! Held Friday, April 17, 4pm-6pm at the Bach to Rock Penfield Music School, 2160 Penfield Road, Penfield. https://penfield.b2rmusic. com/

PITTSFORD 261 Fearless Run/Walk Club: 261 Fearless is a not for profit organization for women age 18+. It is a global initiative to connect women socially through movement. We use running/walking as a vehicle to empower and unite women. We are non-competitive and we welcome women of any level of experience! Held every week on Wednesdays from 6-7pm at the Spiegel Community Center, 35 Lincoln Ave., Pittsford. Free to try. www.

ROCHESTER Visual Studies Workshop Spring 2020 Film - Thursday, April 9, 7 pm. Black Utopia: Cauleen Smith In Dialogue with the VSW Film Collection. Film Screenings, Workshops and Performances held at the VSW’s Auditorium, 31 Prince Street, Rochester. Admission: $5. Parking: In Rear. Access: Visual Studies Workshop’s auditorium is handicap accessible. http://www.

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Monroe Community College 14th Annual 5K Walk/Run for Scholarships - Homecoming Fun for the entire family! The Monroe Community College Foundation is sponsoring the 5K Walk/Run for Scholarships on Saturday, October 3, 2020. The race begins at 11:00 with pre-race activities beginning at 9:30. The event is at the MCC Brighton Campus, 1000 E. Henrietta Road. The event includes commemorative t-shirt, children’s activities, photo booth, free on-site parking. The course is USATF certified #NY14122KL. Tailgate buffet after race for additional $5.00. Awards ceremony at 12:30. Early registration - $20 by September 28; thereafter $30; Current MCC students - $10. Register at www. or call 585-292-3680. 36th Annual Genesee Valley Woodcarvers Show and Competition - Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 10AM-4:30PM, Rochester Museum and Science Center, Eisenhart Auditorium, 657 East Avenue, Rochester. Admission: Free. Events: 10AM Show Opens. 10:30AM Working Decoy Judging. 2PM Soap Carving Class for Youth (no charge). 3PM Raffle sales close. 3:30PM Raffle drawing-need not be present to win. 4PM Peoples’ Choice Award. 4:30PM Show Closes. This is a chance to see a world class show right here in Rochester! Of special interest is our soap carving class for youth (no charge) at 2PM. Raffle for carvings and carving related items-need not be present to win. Information:

Genesee Region Orchid Society Show and Sale - March 27-29. We are a non profit organization with a mission of promotion, education, and conservation of orchids; our annual show is a combination of these efforts. The location is the Eisenhart Auditorium at the Rochester Museum and Science Center on East Avenue. Friday, March 27 show and vendors open to the public from 1-5pm. Photographers welcome 4-5:00. Saturday hours 10-5pm; Sunday 10-4pm. There will be information sessions and repotting of your existing orchids available. $7 adults; children under 12 free. See www.geneseeorchid. org and facebook@geneseeorchid for more information. Hearing Other People’s Experiences HOPE. Prospective, new or experienced hearing aid users can share their experiences, questions and hearing loss journeys in an informal round table discussion facilitated by retired audiologist and hearing aid user Joseph Kozelsky CCC/A. Tuesday, April 7, 10-11am, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, East Ave at Westminster Road, Rochester. http://www.


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Friday Fish Fry - Guardian Angel’s Church, 2061 E. Henrietta Rd., Rochester on Fridays, March 20, April 3 from 5-6:30 pm. Cost: $10.50 with drive through service. Sponsored by Knights of Columbus. The Chili Art Group present their Annual Spring Show and Sale -- Celebrating their 60th Year, at the Chili Town Hall, 3333 Chili Avenue, Rochester. The show will be open on Friday, May 1st, from 10 AM-9 PM with the Awards Ceremony and Reception from 6:30-9 PM, Saturday, May 2nd, from 10 AM-5 PM and Sunday, May 3rd, from 10 AM-5 PM. Please join us for this fun event which is free and open to the public. You may also visit our website at www. For questions please contact Judy Wood at eaglesnest@rochester.rr. com. Hearing Loss Association of America Rochester chapter WXXI public media and you: an overview of stations and services. An overview of WXXI, Rochester’s public television and public radio station. Hope Scheda reports on WXXI’s relationship with the larger community, especially requesting input on improving service for people with hearing loss. Program begins at 11am on Tuesday, April 7th, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, East Ave at Westminster Road, Rochest e r . h t t p : / / w w w . Hearing Loss Association of America Rochester chapter Cochlear implants: Why expanded candidate criteria matter. Criteria for cochlear implants are far broader than in the past. Alexanna Rodgers, Consumer Engagement Manager of Med-El, will introduce us to one of the implants done at University of Rochester. She reviews how cochlear implants help people with severe to profound hearing loss in one or both ears and the procedure involved. Anyone interested in implants is encouraged to bring along significant others. Tuesday, April 7th, 1:30-2pm, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, East Ave at Westminster Road, Rochest e r . h t t p : / / w w w . Hearing Loss Association of America Rochester chapter Over the counter (OTC) hearing devices: what you need to know. Ramona Stein, owner of Sounds for Life, reviews the purpose of the legislation enabling OTC devices , the different types of devices, and their pros and cons. They supposedly are targeted to mild to moderate hearing loss and are a less expensive alternative to current hearing devices. Program begins at 8pm. Tuesday, April 7th, 7-9pm, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, East Ave at Westminster Road, Rochester. http://www.hearinglossrochester. org GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

Canceled - GVBCA’s 51st Annual Bottle, Table Top Antique, Paper & Postcard Sale on April 19th, 2020 at the Voller Athletic Center in Rochester has been canceled. The next sale will be APRIL 18, 2021.

RUSH Postponed - The Rush Ladies Auxiliary Easter Egg Hunt on March 28th, 1-2:30pm at the Rush Fire House has been Postponed. Due to the Nation wide cancellation of every event large or small due to COVID19. This Rush Ladies Auxiliary event is being postponed until further notice. Looking forward to seeing you all in the future! Postponed - The Rush Ladies Auxiliary Chicken & Biscuits Spring Fundraiser on Saturday, April 4th, 2020 from 3:00 PM-6:00 PM at the Rush Fire House has been postponed. Due to the Nationwide cancellation of every event large or small due to COVID19. This Rush Ladies Auxiliary event is being postponed until further notice. Looking forward to seeing you all in the future!



The Webster Quilt Guild presents the 2020 Quilt Show, “Envision the Possibilities.” Join us to view over 200 locally designed, pieced and quilted works including The Quilt Consortium Display, “Still Crazy After All These Years.” Various textile related vendors will be available as well as a member boutique and book sale. We are proudly displaying our varied philanthropic endeavors including but not limited to the quilts made in support of the Breast Cancer Coalition, Quilts of Valor and Asbury Baby Program. Held April 18, 10-3:30pm and April 19, 12-4pm at the Holy Trinity Church, 1460 Ridge Rd., Webster. Cost: $5.

Semi-Annual Beef on Weck Fundraising Dinner hosted by St. Mark Lutheran Church of West Henrietta to benefit various charitable causes. Join us Saturday, March 28th from 4:30 until 7 pm. Adult Tickets are $10.00. Dinner includes beef au jus on kimmelweck roll, homemade coleslaw, authentic homemade German potato salad, pickle and dessert. Children’s tickets are $5.00 (12 years and under). Children’s Dinner includes: hot dog, mac & cheese, applesauce and dessert. Eat-in or take-out. St. Mark is located at 779 Erie Station Road, West Henrietta, across from the fire department. 585-334-4795 to reserve tickets.

Rochester Dahlia Society Sales Potted dahlias and tubers for sale. Many, many colors and varieties. Talk with experts about care and planting! Held Saturday, May 9, 8 AM - 12 NOON and Sundays, May 10 & 17 from 8 AM to 1 PM at the Webster Aboretum, 1700 Schlegel Rd., Webster. http://www.

West Henrietta Baptist Church Craft & Vendor Sale - Spring is coming and so is our biannual Craft & Vendor Sale. Once again, you have an opportunity to find that unique item(s) you need for yourself or someone else. We will have another “new to you” table with lots of items you can’t buy elsewhere most likely. Join us Saturday, March 28 from 10-3pm. We are located at 5660 West Henrietta Rd., West Henrietta.

Canceled - The Rush Lions Annual Roast Chicken Dinner on Palm Sunday, April 5th at Noon has been CANCELED.


SCOTTSVILLE T.O.P.S. Take off pounds sensibly! Make friends, have fun, get tips and advice as well as support, on your weight loss journey. Meetings are held Monday mornings at the #4 Chili Fire House, off Scottsville Road (off Jemison Rd.), Scottsville. Weigh in is 9:15 to 9:45 with the meeting following - 9:45 to 10:45. For additional information please contact Ann Shaffer at 585-329-4126.

R&R: Dad’s idea of the perfect Father’s Day may be an afternoon free of obligations and deadlines. A relaxing day in the yard sw imming laps in the pool or hitting a few grounders to your w aiting baseball mitt may be all the excitement he needs. Toss a few steaks on the grill to give Father’s Day a truly perfect ending.

SHORTSVILLE Finger Lakes Celtic Festival - Become Celtic for the day (if you’re not already) and enjoy a pleasing array of sights, sounds and smells. This event includes: Highland Heavy Games, Bag Piping competition, Dance Exhibitions, an array of Celtic Music, Demonstrations, A large Gathering of Scottish Clans, Historical & Heritage Societies, Artisans, Kids Activities, and so much more. Held Saturday, May 16, 9:30AM-6PM at 4925 Collett Rd., Shortsville. Admission fee: Adults $12, Age 6-16 $10, Over Age 60 $10 and Age 5 & under are Free. Tickets: No pets please. Parking is Free. Held Rain or Shine.

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Dreaming of America By Marlene Caroselli


reams represent a significant thread in the tapestry that is America. We have dream teams of lawyers and Olympic basketball players. Musically, we have songsters engaged in “California Dreaming” and those who request that lovers “Dream a Little Dream of Me.” Cinematically, we watched Elvis Follow That Dream. Native Americans weave dream catchers and a beloved oftquoted orator told us, “I have a dream.” Television viewers in the 80’s watched an astronaut “Dream of Jeannie,” and parents today continue to offer nocturnal wishes for sweet dreams. Therapists want to explore our dreams and Google meanderers who want to explore the word “dream” will find billions of entries as they search.

Starlight Creations carries work by many local artists! Views on Dreams It seems all kinds of Americans have thoughts to share on this popular topic. Muhammad Ali warned his opponents, “If you even dream of beating me, you’d better wake up and apologize.” We Americans are encouraged by affirmations like Walt Disney’s: “If you can dream it, you can do it.” We remember JFK’s Inaugural Address when he quoted George Bernard Shaw’s assertion, “I dream things that never were; and I say, ‘Why not?’” Mike Pence acknowledges, “I grew up with a front row seat to the American dream.” Even Olympian Michael Phelps assures us “the more you dream, the farther you get.” The American Dreamette The noun suffix “ette” suggests a diminutive form. So, the “major” has a “majorette,” and a small “novel” is known as a “novelette.” The “cigar” has its diminutive, too: “cigarette.” Small “kitchens” are “kitchenettes” and small “diners,” “dinettes.” Then there’s the “baguette,” coming from the Latin word for a “stick,” and the “pipette,” a smaller “pipe.” Not surprisingly, the generic, Local author, macrocosmic American Dream has its Marlene Caroselli personalized, microcosmic “dreamette.” This is a smaller, less abstract, more individualized version of the great American Dream. It is one person’s view of the hopes America can make real. I’ve seen evidence of the “dreamette.” My parents have shown me photographs of Italian immigrants who wanted to assure their families left behind that they are succeeding in America. They posed for photographs in their best outfits, of course, with their hands on the back of a chair. Draped on the chair were additional ties and gloves and pairs of shoes – all proof of the possessions they now owned: real symbols of their achievements in this new land. There are millions of stories of immigrants who have left poverty or persecution behind and sought a better life in America. Sylvia


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Serry is one such story. Her parents came here in 1969, attracted to the freedoms America offers... especially our freedom of religion. They knew, as does the world, that America is the land of opportunity. Her father was an entrepreneurial architect and engineer; her mother, Starlight Creations an art teacher with a master’s degree in the fine arts. Sylvia acknowledges that her mother’s passion for the arts is what fueled her own. That passion was both an inspiration and an aspiration. “I had dreamed of opening a place like Sylvan Starlight Creations for as long as I can remember,” she reveals. “I just never had the courage to quit a stable job to open an art gallery. So, when the company I was working for was going under, I made the decision to pursue this dream.” She also adds a peripheral realized dream that inspired her: “My brother has owned his own auto repair garage for many years and I always admired his courage.” Variety is the Spice of Life... and of Art Galleries! Sylvia carries work done by local artists... more than one hundred of them. Not only will you find paintings and jewelry, metal art and woodwork, stained glass and whimsical creations at Sylvan Starlight Creations, you’ll also find a wide range of classes. They include painting, decoupage, mixed media, collage, making copper bracelets, and alcohol ink paintings. To be sure, you’ll find every conceivable color exhibited in the gallery’s works... not just the color purple. And, in this era of purple dinosaurs and purpleologists, you can find the gifts you are seeking and the home décor objects you want at 50 State Street, in the north end of Schoen Place. There’s a purple barn there. Look into the windows and listen very carefully. You can almost hear Bob Marley inviting you : “Don’t worry. Be happy [in the purple place].”

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Activities, resources and websites to entertain & educate your kids while staying at home! Educational Websites: KHAN ACADEMY Expert-created content and resources for every course and level for free.

SCHOLASTIC Day-by-day projects to keep kids of all ages reading, thinking and growing at home.

NASA Activities range from building a moon habitat, puzzles, and even rockets you can build in your backyard – with an adult of course!


Art Classes @ Home: Tons of awesome courses in one awesome YouTube channel. From history, biology, gradeschool science, literature & more!

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Purchasing Assistant SUNY Geneseo is looking for a new team member to provide excellence in service to the College community through this newly created Purchasing Assistant position. The Purchasing Assistant reports to the Director of Purchasing & Central Services, and assists the Director and Associate Director with administering and supervising the various functions in Purchasing & Central Services, including: the procurement card program; minority and women owned business program; reviewing and processing routine purchase requisitions for campus departments; providing day-to-day supervision of the College’s Property Control System; and serving as coordinator for Research Foundation purchasing.

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• 2+ years experience in the automotive field working with domestic, import & light trucks • Must have clean NYS driver’s license • Tow endorsement a plus • NYS Inspector’s license • Good work habits • Good basic automotive skills - have your own tools, including air tools • Experience in computerized engine controls, with scanners and driveablility problems and in the use of diagnostic equipment, alignments, etc. are a plus for the job.

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

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Our health care team is an integral part of the quality compassionate care we provide to our residents and their families. We are a part of Hurlbut Care Communities whose mission is to provide person-centered care to our residents and support to our families – to enrich body, heart, mind and spirit. Job Responsibilities: As the Director of Nursing you will function in an administrative capacity to assure that resident care is delivered in accordance with the highest standards of care, policies and procedures of the facility and New York State and Federal regulations. You will meet daily with the Assistant Director of Nursing to review clinical issues, staffing, quality assurance trends and resident and family needs. You will meet regularly with the Administrator and other Department Heads. Additional Requirements of the Director of Nursing include: • A current license, in good standing, to practice as a Registered Nurse in NYS • Proven track record of Managerial excellence • Provide quality care and services. • Excellent customer service skills. Compensation and Benefits • Competitive Salary for the ideal candidate • Medical, dental and vision insurance • 401(k) retirement planning • Paid vacation and personal days • Tuition reimbursement If you are an enthusiastic leader who is passionate about helping others regain their quality of life, then Penfield Place may be the right place for you to make a difference! Please send your resume and cover letter to: Robert Rubens, Administrator at Penfield Place

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) An unexpected problem should be handled as quickly as possible so that it doesn’t cause too much of a delay. Someone who knows what you’re facing could provide needed advice. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) An unsettling situation seems to be taking forever to be resolved. Fortunately, your Bovine aptitude for patience is strong this week, so you’ll be more than able to wait it out. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Taking a stand against an uncalled-for situation involving a friend or co-worker isn’t easy, but somehow you’ll rise to the challenge and do it. Rely on advice from someone you trust. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) There are still some questions on all sides that need to be dealt with in order to allow hurt feelings to heal. Get your workplace tasks done early so that you can devote more time to loved ones. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Consider a new spring makeover that will show all you Leos and Leonas in your best light. A new hairdo and some fashionable new clothes can help put a fresh glow on your image. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Some stormy, emotional weather can blow up in the workplace when an irate co-worker has strong words for you. But if you believe right is on your side, you’ll be able to ride it out. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Creating more balance in your life is especially important now so that you’re not distracted when you get into projects that will make demands on both your physical and mental energies. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) As much as you enjoy being right when others are not, show your generous side by offering to use what you know to everyone’s benefit. This way, you gain admirers and avoid resentment. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) This is a good week for the Archer to aim at healing relationships. Whether it’s at home, at work or among your friends, get everyone to set things straight and make a fresh start. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Although you like things done your way, this is a good time to listen to ideas from others. You might even find yourself agreeing with one or more of their suggestions. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Aspects favor positive action to reclaim your ideas from someone who might want the glory without doing any of the work. Expect to find many people rallying to support you. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) You might feel uneasy about taking that step forward at work or in your private life. But who knows better than you that while treading water keeps you afloat, it doesn’t get you anywhere. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a way of creating positive attitudes and making people feel good about themselves. (c) 2020 King Features Synd., Inc.


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