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BROCKPORT: Charming 5 bedroom Colonial. 3,000 plus sq. ft. Stunning features: hardwood flrs, stained glass windows, walnut staircase, David Bruce Murals, pocket doors, plus more! Spacious Oak kitchen w/island. 1st floor laundry, 2-story garage! Wrap around TEXT: H067177 porch. A must TO: VIDEOS see! $175,000 Vickie L. Sweet • 739-6976

HILTON VILLAGE: 4 bedroom Cape home with a 1st floor bedroom, full bath and laundry. Walk to the village and schools. Home has a new roof and remodeled kitchen. Great enclosed porch in back. Many extras.

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SWEDEN: Piece of PARADISE! 5.4 acre private wooded lot. Custom built 4,200+ sq. ft. home. Unbelievable ornate/carved wooden doors, open/spacious flr plan, soaring ceilings, library/ loft, grand great rm. Features att. apt. w/sep. ent. “Quarry” pond, wildlife abounds! $374,900. TEXT: H073877 TO: VIDEOS Joanne Bocach • 585-415-6107 howardhanna.com/R1255666

HOLLEY VILLAGE: Well maint. Village home. Updates: vinyl siding, windows, roof (tear off ), furnace, hot water tank, 2.5 car gar., mudrm, bathrm, newer carpets, fresh paint. Lots of built-ins & storage. Part. fenced yard, 1st flr. laundry. $114,900. TEXT: H074177 TO: VIDEOS Joanne Bocach • 585-415-6107 howardhanna.com/R1256292

CLARENDON: Home has great location backing up to woods w/fenced-in yard; nice deck. New roof, new a/c, patio door & new shower in master ba. Must see! 3BR, 2 full BA. $51,900 TEXT: H072077 TO: VIDEOS Brenda G. Swanger howardhanna.com/R1253065

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bedroom, basement or even corner of the garage if it’s insulated. It is ideal if you can shut the door, but if you cannot, consider “natural boundaries” like walls, furniture and different floors of the home which will help reduce distracting sounds.

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limits to children. Clear physical space boundaries work best with young children, with a door, room, rug or bookshelf operating as a visual boundary line. Keep breakables out of reach of curious little hands and remember that boundaries often have to be repeated.

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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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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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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. Aging.com 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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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Genesee County genesee4h@cornell.edu. 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.

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1. TELEVISION: Which show was a spinoff of the 1970s show “The Six Million Dollar Man”? 2. U.S. PRESIDENTS: Which president had a personal retreat at Warm Springs, Georgia? 3. GEOGRAPHY: Which river runs through the city of Paris, France? 4. MOVIES: Who was the young female star of the movie “Firestarter”? 5. SCIENCE: What is the largest living structure on Earth? 6. FIRSTS: Who is the first (and only so far) football player to win the Heisman Trophy twice? 7. HISTORY: How many people were officially executed in the Reign of Terror after the French Revolution? 8. BIBLE: How many proverbs did King Solomon compose? 9. BUSINESS: What is the unit of currency used in South Africa? 10. U.S. STATES: Which three states have four-letter names? 1. “The Bionic Woman” 2. Franklin Roosevelt 3. The Seine River 4. Drew Barrymore 5. The Great Barrier Reef 6. Archie Griffin, Ohio State 7. Almost 17,000 8. 3,000 9. The rand 10. Ohio, Iowa and Utah

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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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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.

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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 www.gvpennysaver.com

SPRING CLEANING M ADE EASY TO HELP TACKLE INANIM ATE ALLERGENS FAVOR YOUR FABRICS. You may clean your couches, decorative pillow s, upholstered furniture and carpets w ith a quick vacuum, fluff of a pillow or dusting. But spraying these hard-to-w ash fabrics w ith something like Febreze Fabric Refresher Allergen Reduc er (unsc ented) c an help reduc e inanimate allergens that c an become airborne from fabrics as w ell. This nifty product reduces up to 95 perc ent of inanimate allergens like pollen, pet dander and dust mite matter that can become trapped in fabrics and soft surfaces.

Poll Ends 03-31-20 Result Fro 03-24-20 Many people are spending more time at home due to COVID-19 restrictions. How do you hope to take advantage of this extra time? 23% Binge watch a favorite tv series 30% Catch up on my reading 17% Spend extra time with my kids 30% Start my spring cleaning We love hearing from you! Vote and make your voice heard! GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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

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

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

CRASH COURSE KIDS

Art Classes @ Home:

www.youtube.com/user/crashcoursekids Tons of awesome courses in one awesome YouTube channel. From history, biology, gradeschool science, literature & more!

CASSIE STEPHENS cassiestephens.blogspot.com An elementary art teacher is bringing creative fun to young students who are at home. Every week is a new theme!

VIRTUAL TOURS & PROJECTS: Free Workouts: GO NOODLE www.gonoodle.org Movement and mindfulness videos for free

COSMIC KIDS YOGA www.cosmickids.com Free yoga, mindfulness and relaxation videos designed specially for kids aged 3+

ACTIVITIES: CREATE A SCAVENGER HUNT FILL YOUR SIDEWALK WITH ENCOURAGING SAYINGS MAKE SOMETHING CREATIVE OUT OF A CARDBOARD BOX

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SAN DIEGO ZOO KIDS kids.sandiegozoo.org Behind-the-scenes videos and stories, as well as a variety of printable activities and online games. • Research the habitat of your favorite animal. • Make a fun mask of that animal. • Create a slideshow of facts about your favorite animal. MET MUSEUM www.metmuseum.org View 360º videos of the art museum and the exhibits. Learn the history behind the art! • Research an artist. Create a piece of art with the same techniques. • Choose a piece to focus on. Describe it and how it makes you feel.

AMERICAN EGG BOARD www.aeb.org Virtual egg farm field trips, activities, games and lesson plans. • Try to build a structure that will prevent a raw egg from breaking.

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FIVE TIPS TO HELP YOU ON THE ROAD TO YOUR NEW HOME (NAPSI)—Whenever you rent a truck to move yourself from one home to another, keeping these five facts in mind can help you and your furniture all arrive in good order and good time. 1. Let time be on your side. When planning your trip, take into account the time of day you intend to travel and likely traffic patterns. Always leave lots of extra time and be aware of possible bottlenecks along the way. 2. Read the agreement. Most truck rental agreements say something like the language from the U.S. Department of Transportation that prohibits the “carrying or hauling of explosives and other dangerous articles.” That means you can’t pack paint, chemicals and cleaning materials, flammable solvents, propane, gasoline and the like. Check with your rental agent if you’re not sure about a particular item. 3. Don’t be blindsided. Trucks have big blind spots, what the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration calls the “No-Zone.” You should know where these areas are, especially when changing lanes or coming to a stop. 4. Know what you’re driving. Make sure you can find and understand the use of all the truck’s switches and gauges. Adjust the seat and side mirrors so they match your height and comfort zone. Also, remember, trucks are taller, wider and may weigh up to 10 times more than the average car, explain the experts on truck rental at Penske, so you have to be extra vigilant. 5. Be sure to insure. Most insurance and credit card companies won’t cover truck rentals under existing policies. If your insurance company is among them, consider signing up for additional coverage options to protect yourself and your belongings. You may feel more confident knowing there is a company that offers free 24/7 emergency roadside assistance. Learn More: For further moving facts and tips, go to www. PenskeTruckRental.com or call (800) GO-PENSKE. REAL ESTATE

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Large amount of YARN. Pick up in Bergen: bobfaulkner@rocketmail.com

PERSONALITY SCENTS: 585-786-2277

PVC SEWER PIPE. 4” diameter. Three (3) 10-foot lengths. Fairport. Pick up only: jvc45@aol.com

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

VINTAGE HORSE MANURE: 585-768-2674

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! cperitoreqanddmanagement@gmail.com

OLD CRYSTAL RADIOS and TUBE RADIOS needed for a longtime collector: jfz_rhy@yahoo.com

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: Afwm41@gmail.com

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+: jmarabel@rochester.rr.com COOKBOOKS - Santa’s Favorite Cookies, Betty Crocker [2], Light Ways/Poultry, Crisco Good Cooking, In The Kitchen With Heloise, Hard cover: jmarabel@ rochester.rr.com 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: enaginny@gmail.com PLASTIC MAGAZINE FILES: 585-721-6732

Single axle road worthy PULL BEHIND CAMPER. With room for 3. To take cross country: SDservices10@gmail.com 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: lindart59@hotmail.com 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

BOATS, BOAT PARTS, BOAT MOTORS, BOAT TRALERS, etc.: 585-755-7238

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: TLowes1@hotmail.com

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.: greg3151@ymail.com

STURDY SHIPPING CARTONS: gnbboudway@msn.com

New or used WHEELCHAIR ACCESS. VAN: vazquezidalia77@gmail.com

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A PLACE TO HELP EACH OTHER THROUGH THE PANDEMIC

Together Apart is a new feature replacing our Give & Take! It’s a place for community members to post needs and offerings to help get through the pandemic. Ideas for this page include: Elderly who need groceries delivered • Organizations offering food/meals Facebook Groups that are posting daily activities • Emergency Services offered Organizations that need donations We know that so many people are looking to offer help and need help. Remember to take basic precautions — not just for yourself, but for others when offering or asking for help. Submit at gvpennysaver.com under Our Sections - Give & Take - or call 226-8111 x 111

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CROSSWORD How to clean when faced with a shortage of supplies In light of concerns about COVID-19, various health organizations have issued specific instructions on how to maintain personal safety and cleanliness. These recommendations involve using common household products to sanitize homes, offices and public spaces. As people take such precautions, many are stocking up on extra essentials — resulting in shortages. Everything from hand sanitizers to paper towels may be hard to find on grocery store shelves, leaving some to wonder what they can do to remain safe without sanitizers.

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The Environmental Protection Agency states that coronaviruses are some of the easiest types of viruses to kill because they have an envelope around them that enables them to merge with other cells and infect them. If that protective coating can be disrupted, the virus can’t do its job. For those having trouble finding well-known cleaning agents, these alternatives may suffice.

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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.

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Hydrogen peroxide As people clear isopropyl (rubbing alcohol) off the shelves, do not discount hydrogen peroxide. The CDC says household hydrogen peroxide at 3 percent concentration can deactivate rhinovirus, the virus that causes the common cold, within six to eight minutes of contact. Coronavirus is easier to destroy than rhinovirus, so hydrogen peroxide may be effective at combatting that virus as well. 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. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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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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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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Prickles! I’m a hedgehog, but my parents call me Prickle Tickle. I will be 4 years old on February 27th. I love to hide in blankets and run around. My favorite season is Summer so I can run around in the grass and explore mom’s gardens (supervised of course). I love to eat boiled chicken and eggs. My mom grinds up my regular food because I’ve lost all of my teeth. She’s so nice! I’m ready to run around outdoors once it warms up.

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Cancer Support Group for people with any type of cancer. The Cancer Support Group meets monthly to provide positive support in a friendly and informal environment. Held the last the last Tuesday of the month. Held from 5pm - 6:30pm at Healthy Living office, 164 Washington Ave., Batavia.

PLEASE NOTE Many of our Hometown Events were submitted weeks ago, prior to the national guidelines regarding social distancing.

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 @ curekidscancer.com/events.

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!

BATAVIA YWCA Spring Fest! 2020 - Sponsored by The YWCA of Genesee County. SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 10-4PM at the BATAVIA DOWNS GAMING AND HOTEL, 8315 Park Road, Batavia. Fun for the entire family! Admission is FREE and you’ll enjoy: Over 100 Vendors, Food Trucks, Entertainment, Bounce Houses, Train Ride, Pony Rides and MUCH, MUCH MORE! YWCA is on a mission 14th Annual Antique Show and Sale - Please stop in to our 14th Annual Batavia Antique Show & Sale Friday, April 17th, 2020 from 5pm-8pm and Saturday, April 18th, 2020 from 9am-3pm. Featuring dealers from all of Western New York, the Southern Tier, Central New York, and even out-of-state dealers! All proceeds from the Batavia Antique Show & Sale benefit the educational and historical programs at the Holland Land Office Museum. This year, the Batavia Antique Show & Sale will again be held at the Call Arena located on the campus of Genesee Community College, One College Rd., Batavia. ’Crafting for Critters’ Vendor Fair sponsored by the Volunteers for Animals: Volunteers for Animals, the non-profit group that works in partnership with the Genesee County Animal Shelter, is holding a Craft and Vendor Fair. The ’Crafting for Critters’ event has many and varied vendors. Admission is free. The Easter Rabbit will be visiting and available for guests to take their own pictures (free of charge). All VFA proceeds go towards animal care. Held April 4, 10-4pm, Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel, 8315 Park Rd., Batavia. For more information about Volunteers for Animals and the work they do- please go to: www. vol4animals.org/ or find us on Facebook. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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. Pending - FREE GRAB-N-GO MEAL Sunday, April 5 (NOT APRIL 12) @ Harvest Kitchen. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 14 State St., Brockport. Serving Baked Chicken Alfredo. 2-3:30pm.

CHURCHVILLE Spring Turkey Dinner @ Riga Church - Time to get out of the cabin for a SCRATCH Turkey Dinner with ALL the fixins’!!! Held at the Riga Church, 7057 Chili-Riga Cntr. Rd., Churchville on Saturday, March 28th. Serving begins at 4PM until all served or out of food. Enjoy roast turkey, scratch stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, cranberry, roll and PIE! Catch up with friends or make some new ones! STILL $9 for adults, $5 for 5-12 yrs., under 5 free! Come enjoy, we’ll do the dishes!

CLARKSON The Clarkson Historical Society has canceled it’s April meeting due to the Coronavirus. We will post the May meeting If conditions improve. Please stay safe.

HOW TO M AKE FATHER’S DAY M ORE ENJOYABLE FOR DAD ADVENTURE SEEKER: If yours is a father w ho enjoys living on the edge, a Father’s Day activity built around ac tion and adventure should be a w inner. Take Dad base jumping, rock climbing, scuba diving, or race car driving. Any of these activities is bound to get Dad’s adrenaline pumping.

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HAMLIN Come join our 150th Year Celebration of the Hamlin United Methodist Church. Our Bishop Rev. Mark J. Webb will be speaking at our 11am-12noon church service on Sunday, March 29th. The fellowship hall will be open until 4pm. All are welcome! Come to the service at 11am or stop in at 1:00 pm and spend some of the afternoon with us. There will be snacks and drinks (free) so you can sit with friends and family to view our: “Nostalgic Museum”. There will be a time line of info from the Town of Hamlin. Hamlin United Methodist Church, Lake Rd. Rt. (19) and Rt. (18). Price: FREE.

HILTON Hilton Neighborhood Party Event - Fundraiser for the Golisano Children’s Hospital. $20 Donation Tickets till April 15, 2020 ($25 at the door). Hilton Exempt Club, 137 South Ave., Saturday, April 25, 2020. 12-4pm - 55 and Over - Early Afternoon Party - games, dance and music! 3-7pm - Family Fun Mother’s Day Card making, lasso, Children’s interactive activities and face painting! 5-10:45pm - 21 and Over - evening of fun activities, music and dance! Tables of 10 available - 585-720-9874 land line, leave message - time frame and how many tickets. Children under 10 free - one child/adult. More than one child per adult $5/child. Canceled: The Hilton Indoor Flea Market & Craft Sale Fundraiser sponsored by the Walker Fire Dept Ladies Auxiliary on Saturday, March 28th, 9 to 3 PM at the Walker Fire Dept., 1420 Walker Lake Ontario Road has been CANCELED. Any questions call Pat 752-0515.

ROCHESTER 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. hearinglossrochester.org 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 . hearinglossrochester.org

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Harvest Kitchen Grab-N-Go Baked Chicken Alfredo

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APRIL 5 2-3:30pm Not Sunday, April 12 St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 14 State St. Brockport

PENDING And Spring arose on the garden fair, Like the Spirit of Love felt everywhere; And each flower and herb on Earth’s dark breast rose from the dreams of its wintry rest. ~ Percy Bysshe Shelley, “The Sensitive Plant”

ROCHESTER 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: http://gvwoodcarvers.com 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 . hearinglossrochester.org

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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

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. chiliartgroup.weebly.com. For questions please contact Judy Wood at eaglesnest@rochester.rr. com.

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(NAPSI)—There are about 74 million children in America today and if you’re a parent, here’s something you should know: involved fathers— whether they live with their kids or not—can help their children lead happier, healthier and more successful lives. Children who feel close to their fathers are two times more likely to go to college or find a job after high school, 80 percent less likely to end up in jail and 50 percent less likely to experience depression.1 The small moments kids enjoy spending with their fathers can make a big difference in their lives. If you’re like most fathers, you’re already doing what you can to be a great dad. Here’s a look at five easy ways to keep it up. What You Can Do 1. Spend time with your children. 2. Be a positive role model. 3. Send a text to stay connected when far away. 4. Read to your children. 5. Remember #DadJokesRule! There has been a massive growth in fatherhood involvement over decades—fathers now spend nearly triple the amount of time with their children than fathers did in the 1960s.2 What Dads are Already Doing Recent research suggests fathers are already very involved: • 90 percent consider their role as a dad to be rewarding day in and day out.3 • 78 percent have talked to their child’s teacher about progress in school.4 • 61 percent have attended a PTA or other school meeting.5 • Over half have helped with a class trip, special project or activity.6 • Over a third of fathers have helped with coaching their children’s sports teams.7 Even though fathers are largely more involved than in previous generations, dads today still want to be more engaged. Nearly half say they don’t spend enough time with their kids and want to do a better job at parenting.8 To help more fathers understand the importance of their role in their children’s lives, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (@fatherhoodgov), and the Ad Council (@ adcouncil) have partnered on a national Responsible Fatherhood Campaign. “All dads should be supported and celebrated for their efforts on Father’s Day and year-round because we know how the story ends for the kids whose fathers show up for them consistently—these children and families thrive,” says Kenneth Braswell (@braswellkenneth), Director, National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse and Fathers Incorporated. The campaign drives to Fatherhood.gov a free resource that offers information, tools and more. Dads can visit the website for ideas to get involved and stay involved in their children’s lives. Other resources include activity suggestions, homework help, online games and a long list of dad jokes! No matter how busy you may be, make time for your children. It only takes a moment to make a moment. Learn More: For helpful tips, tools, information, jokes and resources, visit www.fatherhood.gov. 1 - Primus, L. (2017). Changing systems & practices to improve outcomes for young fathers, their children & their families. Washington, DC: Center for the Study of Social Policy. Retrieved from https://www.cssp.org/pages/body/Changing-Systems-Practice-Young-Fathers.pdf 2 - Parker, K. & Gretchen, L. (2017). 6 facts about American fathers. Washington, DC: Pew Research Center. Retrieved from http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/06/15/fathersday-facts/ 3 - http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2015/12/17/2-satisfaction-time-and-support/#finding-timefor-family-friends-and-leisure 4 - NRFC Data Snapshot 2018, 2013-2015 National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) 5 - http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2015/12/17/2-satisfaction-time-and-support/#finding-timefor-family-friends-and-leisure 6 - http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2015/12/17/2-satisfaction-time-and-support/#finding-timefor-family-friends-and-leisure 7 - http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/2015/12/17/2-satisfaction-time-and-support/#finding-timefor-family-friends-and-leisure 8 - http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/06/15/fathers-day-facts/

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Woody & Friends is a Remarkable Local Legacy By Tim Malley

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oody and Friends is a local group that plays nursing homes and assisted living facilities as well as the VA in Batavia, NY. For all intents and purposes, Woody and Friends is Rick Nicholson. Rick Nicholson has been with Woody and Friends since its inception all the way back in 1981 when Rick Nicholson formed the group in Brockport, NY. Many of the group members have changed faces over the years, but the one constant has been Rick Nicholson. Rick Nicholson is a superb guitarist. I had many discussions with him regarding music over the years, and one thing I know just by talking to Rick is that he loves The Moody Blues. In fact, I believe that Rick’s main musical influence is The Moody Blues. I also am a huge fan of the band because The Moody Blues have a sound that just can’t be duplicated. The early Moody Blues, which was led by Denny Laine, was around from 1964 to 1966. It consisted of Denny Laine, Clint Warwicke, Graeme Edge, Mike Pinder and Ray Thomas. This was the first incarnation of The Moody Blues, and with this first incarnation of The Moody Blues, the band scored a huge hit with the song “Go Now” which was released in 1965. “Go Now” was originally written by Bessie Banks. After “Go Now,” The Moody Blues struggled to make the charts. Then, in 1966, Denny Laine and Clint Warwicke left The Moody Blues and, to replace both Denny Laine and Clint Warwicke, The Moody Blues hired Justin Hayward and John Lodge. Soon, The Moody Blues would focus entirely on a lush orchestrated sound when Denny Laine led the Moody Blues. It was with this sound that the Moody Blues scored their most popular hits such as “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon” among many other mega hits that represented The Moody Blues’ second incarnation. I’ll never forget when Rick Nicholson gave me his only copy of a great The Moody Blues CD that originally was released in 1969. It was of course “On the Threshold of a Dream” which is just as fantastic as when it was first released. Still, Rick can play all different kinds of music, not just The Moody Blues. A lot of times, he and Woody and Friends have sing-a-longs when they visit the places they go to, such as the VA in Batavia. Rick and his band will sing excellent versions of songs such as “To Catch the Wind” by Donovan, “Galveston” by Glen Campbell, “The Camptown Races” by Don Gibson, “Stand by your Man” by Tammy Wynette, and “Girl” by The Beatles, among many other musical artists that Woody and Friends cover and cover well. Incidentally, when I was talking to Rick Nicholson about Glen Campbell, he said what made that trademark booming sound in Campbell's song “Galveston” was that Glen Campbell actually used a compressor with his

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Woody and Friends band members: (l-r) Dennis Bender, Bonnie Gekoski, Rick Nicholson (Woody)

guitar to create it. I thought that little tidbit of information was fascinating. Nicholson's Woody and Friends presently consists of Rick playing with two other musicians, a harmony singer by the name of Bonnie and an excellent rhythm guitarist by the name of Dennis. I always enjoyed Rick Nicholson's and Woody and Friends' music because I always found it engaging and fun. So next time you’re at a local assisted living facility, a local nursing home or even the VA in Batavia among the many other places they play, maybe you will hear Woody and Friends and realize they are not just a good band, but they are, in fact, a great band. This is why, in my view, Woody and Friends are a local legend because their music will never go out of style.

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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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HABITS In order to hamper the spread of the virus, residents can practice social distancing and proper germ prevention practices:

• Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing; going to the bathroom; and before eating or preparing food. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. • Stay home when you are sick.

• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

• Disinfect high-traffic surfaces often.

• Avoid people who are sick.

If you have questions about recent travel and symptoms regarding COVID-19, please call the NYSDOH Coronavirus hotline:

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