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ALBION VILLAGE-ALBION-ORLEANS CO. 232 S. Clinton St. $114,900 Desirable location, 2230 sq ft, 4 br, 1.5 ba. Updated interior, hardwoods, Corian counter tops, double oven. Exterior, 2018 tear-off roof, gutters, vinyl windows! Hurry Over!

LYNDONVILLE: 2612 Oregon Rd. 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath home. Wow 72 acres! Nice custom birch kitchen. Cozy liv. rm. 1 car gar. 24’x42’ barn w/2 15’x42’ lean sheds. Several pastures. 50 acres of woods. Public water. Ideal for the outdoors enthusiast. Ideal farmette. Hunter’s paradise. Call for details 739-6976. $240’s.

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BROCKPORT VILLAGE: 83 Spring St. Family Owned since 1975.2 Bdrms. in Each Unit. Enclosed Porch. 2 Separate Driveways. 1st Floor Laundry. Garage for Lower Unit. New sewer & water line in 2010. Lower Kitchen, Windows & Bath Remodeled 2010.Vinyl-sided. Ideal for Owner Occupied. $124,900. TEXT: H029917 TO: VIDEOS Vickie L. Sweet

BROCKPORT VILLAGE: 50 Chappell St. Walk to Brockport College. 3/4 Bedroom with 1 Full & 2 Half Baths. Grand Columns, Skylights, Chestnut & Oak staircase. Charming Gumwood trim, wood burning stove, 1st floor south-facing Sunroom and Mudroom. 2 Decks, Gardens, Large front porch! $149,900.

CLARKSON: 3185 Lake Rd. Private, Super Clean, 4 Bedroom Raised Ranch on a park-like 1/2 acre lot. Finished Basement w/ large living area, HAMLIN: 242 Cook Rd. Too much to list so plus a wood stove. Bonus Room & Full Workshop! much is NEW here! Newly remodeled, beautiful private country home. 2.5 car garage with loft area. $119,900. Freshly remodeled! $104,900.

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Morgan Fisher (585) 353-1202 Tim Clark (585) 506-8417

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CLAREDON: 4836 Manning Rd. Nice 5 Acre Country Building Lot! Fully approved and ready to go! Public Water and Standard Septic System! Ideal for your new home! Can be packaged with a new home! $20,000 TEXT: H002797 TO: VIDEOS Vickie L. Sweet


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ROCHESTER CITY: 1011 Culver Rd. Great turnkey opportunity. Completely ready to go! All equipment goes with sale. Also included-- parking lot next to the building. Hottest business area of Rochester. This is a busy restaurant! With a large down payment, the seller may hold the mortgage. $199,900.

MURRAY: 16214 Ridge Rd. This once booming family restaurant now available! Famous for their fish fry and breakfast. Cottages and home are all included with this restaurant sale. A little TLC and you will have a gem!! Don’t let this opportunity pass! $120,000.

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Skip the grocery lines and #Shoplocal Farm fresh is always best! Peaches • $3.00

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We accept farmers market coupons! Annuals • Perennials • Hanging Baskets Geraniums • Fruit • Vegetables • Bedding Plants

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Mr. & Mrs. Jared Collins and children. Thank you so much for your generosity and paying for our meal at the Olive Garden a few weeks ago. Your kind words and prayers for our brother William Coffey will never be forgotten. Patty, Julie & Joanne

On Wednesday afternoon, August 21, I dropped a portfolio of legal papers in Routes 5 & 20 between Parrish St Ext and Route 21 in Canandaigua. By the time I realized what happened, papers were strewn about on both shoulders of this busy highway. While picking up papers from one side of the road, I noticed a woman had stopped on the opposite side to get the papers which had blown there. In my state of panic, I didn’t think to ask for her name, but she definitely saved the day for me and restored my faith in the kindness of others.

Navarra’s Farm Market & Greenhouse “We grow it all!” 3272 Eagle Harbor -Waterport Rd., Albion “Celebrating 31 years and still growing strong”

Our six-month-old great granddaughter’s bunny rabbit was inadvertently left at Egypt Park a couple of weeks ago. When Great Grandpa returned later that night, the bunny rabbit was sitting and waiting on one of the picnic tables. Thank you to whoever rescued him. You saved the day (and night). Thank you, thank you!

Many thanks to the kind person who took my lost handicap parking card to the Brighton Town Hall. God Bless. M.G.

The [local transportation] service has gotten so bad this summer that I must call them first to ask if a bus is running that day. The excuse is always the same: “not enough drivers.” This is clearly a management problem, and in all my working life, any business manager who used this excuse over an extended period of time would be looking for another job.

These concussion grenades up, complaining about getting should be eliminated from wet! All the people in line such shows. were courteous and let the selfish person go ahead. You, sir, know who you are To the lady in the black and should be ashamed of SUV that backed over our your behavior. This is what mailbox, our neighbor saw is wrong with a lot of society you do it and described you today! No respect for their to us. It is pretty pathetic that fellow human beings. All the you could not leave a note people waiting were kind and fess up to the damage enough not to say anything you caused. We are retired to you even though we and on limited income and should have sent you to the now must spend money to end of the line where you replace the post, concrete, belonged. The local school athletic and mailbox. You must not field is surrounded by have a conscience. I cannot believe we are homes, but it is still used for reading again this summer occasional fireworks displays. about people who don’t The visual displays cause no On Wednesday, I went for understand their neighbors problems, but the fireworks a haircut. I and three other who need to mow his or her packages that are purchased gentlemen waited for 30 pasture and lawn during the by the fire companies contain minutes. When the barber evening and other farming several non-visual fireworks arrived, a late arrival came chores. Mowing between that are only intended to strutting up and barged in 5pm and 8pm is normal for a make earthshaking noise. front of the line. Granted, farmer, either to beat the heat This type of firework is for use we were all waiting in our of the day or to finish up the in large parks, not in small cars since it was raining. day. I am sure he or she was areas surrounded by houses. This person came walking not just sitting around all day GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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I was at Exit 9 Dunkin Donuts drive thru on September 5th in the morning. When I got to the window, they said the person in front of me paid for me. That was a Livingston County Sheriff. Then I was there on September the 9th, the same thing happened. This time, it was someone from a local trucking company: Mat Trucking. Thank you to both! I mistakenly left $120.00 at the ESL drive up ATM in Brockport. The next person in line took the money in the bank and then deposited it into my account. Thank you, ATM Angel!

and planning to mow at night just to upset you. You decided to live out in the county next to a farmer. Now it is time to be a good neighbor. Have a good day. Bicyclists in [local town] seem to think stop signs and red lights don’t apply to them. They ride in the middle of the street, against traffic in the oncoming lane, and swerve back and forth or side to side. This makes it difficult for car drivers at an intersection to see you if you’re riding in the wrong lane or if switching puts you at an angle in my A-pillar blind spot. Stop being foolish. It is dangerous.



Seymour Library: Brockport’s Award-Winning Gem By Amanda Dudek Area, DeVuyst’s fun and spooky program in collaboration with the teens.


n honor of September, National Library Card Sign-up Month, we are taking a closer look at some of your favorite, local libraries!

Seymour Library is the award-winning, Brockport-based library which has embraced the challenge of serving three municipalities at once: Brockport, Clarkson and Sweden. This year, Seymour Library received the annual Library of the Year award from the Rochester Regional Library Council. “It is quite an honor,” said Seymour Library Adult Services Librarian, Abby DeVuyst. “All the libraries in Upstate New York are considered, and we won in the public libraries category, thanks to our wonderful patrons and the postcards they wrote in about why they love us and need us and about why we are important to them.”

Every program offered is free. “Nobody is charged for any kind of programming, which is wonderful,” said DeVuyst. “Everyone is welcome. We are an option for people who do not have the funds to go out. There are so many amazing things they can do here. This is a huge community service, and, while it may be forgotten sometimes, it shouldn’t be.” DeVuyst mentioned a wide variety of needful services the library provides from Alzheimer’s programs to help searching for employment to assistance signing up for health care. “This is so important to us because I think a lot of times, when people are doing well in life and they do not need our services, they forget about us, but we continue to help people from all walks of life,” she said.

The 53rd Annual RRLC Library of the Year Lunch and award ceremony took place on June 6th. “Several people complimented us on providing the level of service we do considering we serve three communities,” recalled DeVuyst. “That was really wonderful. It was a nice nod to the fact that we are relevant, utilized by the community and span the age spectrum. We are so proud and happy to be that source of community center our members are asking for.” Of course, being that center requires funding. In the past, Seymour Library had to shorten its open hours by two hours a day due to budget constraints. Thanks to a generous donation, this was reduced to a current decrease of one hour per day. “We will always do whatever we can to remain community and patron focused, providing the best service to everyone,” assured DeVuyst. One indicator of Seymour Library’s importance to its communities is its continued growth. Established in 1936 when it was donated by the Seymour family, the library outgrew its original Victorian home, and its much larger building was constructed at its current location on East Avenue in Brockport. Further expansions, such as the space which now serves as the History Room, were subsequently added. Even now, four study rooms are being built to provide quiet spaces for the community. “Libraries are no longer as quiet as they used to be,” explained DeVuyst. “They are vibrant hubs for the community.” In addition to its many useful and educational services, Seymour Library offers many enjoyable programs each month. “We have many new and different kinds of programs,” DeVuyst said. “Aside from local history, my arts, crafts and skill learning programs are the most popular. Our members are so open to expressing themselves artistically. That is what stands out to me the most: the talent and the creativity of the patrons we serve.” While Seymour Library provides many participation opportunities for children and adults, Abby DeVuyst pointed out its “huge, vibrant” teen population. “This is unusual for many libraries,” she said. “We have many teen volunteers, and during the summer months, many of them give up their time freely to help with children’s programming and around the library. In the fall, they start up groups, help in the library, do community service other activities. “Coming up in October, we will introduce Draw Down, a comprehensive plan created in a think tank by geniuses to address our global warming situation,” said DeVuyst. “I attended the program myself, and it was the first time I left such a seminar feeling hopeful.” October will also usher in Haunted Ghost Stories of the


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To those looking to support Seymour Library or another local library, DeVuyst encourages, “Let your town supervisors and other elected officials know how important your library is to you, on the local level, in Albany and nationally. Let them know the community is invested in its library and is watching.” DeVuyst also invited everyone to, “Come and get a library card! We are the community, and we are here for you.” If you would like to see your library featured in one of our upcoming Hometown Stories, let us know at! Enjoy this article? Check out this week’s other great stories: • Springwater-Wayland EMS: Putting the Unity Back in Community • Caring for Families One Soldier at a Time Have something interesting you’d like to share with our readers? Perhaps an original story, a personal experience, community happening, or school event? Add some photos, and your story will be featured on our popular website for all to see. Who knows - it may even end up in print! It’s easy to do. Go to My Hometown at to view previously posted stories and to post your own. Visit My Hometown today!

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HOMETOWN Yard sales are popular ways to make money and clear homes of unwanted items.

BROCKPORT: 603 LaDue Road. 9/20-22 (9-5pm). GARAGE SALE. Bedding, books, kitchen items, & some furniture.

STAFFORD: 9190 Clip Nock Road. Sept. 13th-14th (9-4pm) Antiques, Bikes, Dickies pants like new 40-44, Assorted clothing, Toys, Ski equipment, Sporting equipment and lots of good stuff.

BROCKPORT: 75 Sherwood Drive. 9/19-21 (9-5pm). GARAGE SALE. Something for everyone! Books, tools, toys, treadmill, chairs, gun cabinet, bedframes, much more!




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Lasagna Dinner Sat., Sept. 21st, 2019 • 4:30pm - 7:00pm Brockport Firemen’s Exempts 248 West Avenue I Brockport Tickets at the door or for advance tickets, call: Janice Smith 659-8764 Shirley Mercer 637-9782 $9 Adults, $8 Seniors (65+) $5 (12 & Under) Includes: Homemade Lasagna, bread, salad, applesauce, dessert, and coffee, tea or punch. Take outs available! Also check out our bake sale items!

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A Look Back… MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel * On Sept. 25, 1970, ABC premieres “The Partridge Family,” which would become a smash hit. The group’s songs were not actually recorded by the five siblings and their mom in a garage, but were mostly the work professional musicians in Los Angeles.

Questions older drivers can ask themselves to see if it’s still safe to drive Men and women know that adjustments must be made as they get older. Athletes nearing their golden years may not be able to push themselves as hard at the gym as they once did. Professionals nearing retirement age might not be able to pull long hours at the office like they used to. But aging affects more than just work and play. As men and women age, their ability to perform everyday tasks, including driving, may diminish as well. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration notes that, as people age, certain changes they experience can affect their ability to safely operate an automobile. Changes in eyesight, physical fitness and reflexes may require aging drivers to reassess their skills behind the wheel. The NHTSA notes that drivers can ask themselves the following questions as they try to assess their driving abilities. How is my eyesight? The American Optometric Association notes that vision changes naturally occur as a person ages. Such changes do not necessarily mean drivers have to give up the keys to their vehicles. In fact, they may just require more routine eye examinations. The NHTSA says having trouble reading signs easily, recognizing someone from across the street, seeing streets signs and pedestrians, and handling headlight glare are common signs of age-related eye problems. Can I control my vehicle? Age-related loss of strength, coordination and flexibility can make it hard for aging men and women to control their vehicles. Some signs that drivers might be having trouble controlling their vehicles include trouble looking over shoulders to change lanes, difficulty moving foot from the gas pedal to the brake pedal and difficulty turning the steering wheel. Pain in the knees, legs or ankles also can make it difficult for drivers to control their vehicles. Does driving make me nervous, scared or overwhelmed? Drivers who feel confused by traffic signs and traffic (including pedestrian traffic) should stop driving until they can discuss the issue with their physicians. Medication can sometimes make drivers feel sleepy or confused, and some aging drivers even find themselves overwhelmed in otherwise normal driving situations. Are my loved ones concerned about my driving? Aging drivers may feel offended when family members question their ability to drive. However, the NHTSA notes that sometimes other people notice things about a person’s driving that the person does not. The concern expressed by loved ones should not be taken lightly. Do I drive with passengers? Drivers who routinely drive with passengers, especially young children, carry extra responsibility. As a result, such drivers owe it to themselves and their passengers to honestly assess their driving abilities. Various remedies can address age-related driving issues, and drivers should discuss them with their doctors the moment they feel as though their skills behind the wheel are starting to diminish. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

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* On Sept. 26, 1957, “West Side Story,” composed by Leonard Bernstein, opens on Broadway. The show went on to an impressive maiden run of 732 performances. In 1961, a film version was an enormous hit and took home 10 Academy Awards. * On Sept. 28, 1066, claiming his right to the English throne, William, duke of Normandy, invades England. On Christmas Day, William the Conqueror was crowned the first Norman king of England. William I also is known for his “Domesday Book,” a great census of the lands and people of England.

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Byron Online Only Real Estate Auction

SAT., SEPT. 21, 2019 10:00 A.M. BYRON, NY

6906 Ivison Road, Byron, New York Open House: Thursday 9/19 at 11am & Tuesday 9/24 at 11am or by appointment Bidding closes Thursday, September 26th at Noon

Auction to be held at 5972 Cockram Rd. near corner of Batavia Byron Rd. Equipment sells right after the Real Estate, so approximately 10:10 A.M. MACHINERY: Case 580 Super K 4x4 Diesel Backhoe w/ Extendahoe (5902 hours); Case 580D Diesel Backhoe (3944 hours); J.D. 70D Diesel Excavator (6498 hours); Ford 2000 Gas Tractor (3519 hours); Tractor Supply 5Ft. Rotary Mower (3Pt. hitch); Scaffolding. TERMS: Everything sells AS IS... A 10% Buyer’s Premium if paid with cash or check and 13% Buyer’s Premium if paid with Credit Card. See for pictures.

OFFERING: 1636 square foot home on 1.4 acre! Property features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and a two car attached garage with blacktop driveway. Screened in porch plus deck and aboveground pool. Outbuilding with walk in area. Includes all appliances! Very well-maintained and move-in ready! See our website,, for complete terms and more information!

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585-343-5449 RESEARCH REVEALS RECYCLING IS INCREASINGLY POPULAR (NAPSI)—Here, for a change, is good news about the environment: Americans are recycling their food and beverage cartons more than ever and continue to look to brands to actively help drive the recycling of their products’ packages, according to a new survey. What The People Want The national study commissioned by the Carton Council of North America showed that 61 percent of respondents report they always recycle their food and beverage cartons, up 11 percentage points from when the survey was last conducted two years ago. Nearly all— 94 percent—think recycling is important and 74 percent believe recycling should be made a priority. People also have high environmental expectations for the brands they buy. Consumers overwhelmingly expect food and beverage brands to be committed to recycling. More than nine out of 10 said brands should take an active role in helping to increase the recycling of packages. And 56 percent said their loyalty to a food or beverage brand is affected by the brand’s engagement with environmental causes. How To Tell Whether Something Is Recyclable The survey showed that packaging remains the top source for determining recyclability, while friends and family as well as the news gained momentum. Nearly two-thirds of respondents said that if a package did not have a recycling symbol or language indicating the item is recyclable, they would assume it’s not.

BYRON REAL ESTATE AUCTION SAT., SEPT. 21, 2019 10:00 A.M. BYRON, NY Auction to be held at 5972 Cockram Rd. near corner of Batavia Byron Rd. Real Estate: Selling at 10:00 A.M. will be a package of 3 single family houses on 7.1 acres of good tillable land. Houses have been used as rentals and need T.L.C. Public water at the road. Assessed at $92,900, sell to the highest bidder. Suggested starting bid $10,000. A $7,000 deposit required to bid. OPEN HOUSES: Mon., Sept. 16th 4-5 P.M., Thurs., Sept. 19th 10-11 A.M., Sat., Sept. 21st 9-10A.M. Please see for pictures and descriptions or call Penne at 585-303-2325 or Shelly at 585-683-0995. TERMS: 10% Buyer’s Premium.

However, just because a package doesn’t have a recycling symbol, doesn’t mean that it’s not recyclable. To find out, consumers should call their local community or visit its website.

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One help is that now food and beverage cartons can carry the standard “Please Recycle” logo. The ability to use the label is based on the milestone that more than 60 percent of U.S. households have access to carton recycling, a threshold set by the Federal Trade Commission green guidelines for packaging.

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“The survey findings highlight that as more Americans have gained access to food and beverage carton recycling, awareness that cartons are recyclable has also increased,” explained Jason Pelz, vice president of recycling projects for the Carton Council of North America and circular economy director for Tetra Pak. The Carton Council works to deliver longterm collaborative solutions to divert valuable cartons from the landfill. Learn More: For an in-depth look at the research findings, visit For more on recycling cartons, see

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FLU-FIGHTING TIPS: Food can be used to fend of the flu. Common foods that many people already have in their pantries can be powerful flu-fighters. Garlic, for example, contains compounds that have direct antiviral effects and may help destroy the flu before it affects the body. Raw garlic is best. In addition to garlic, citrus fruits, ginger, yogurt, and dark leafy greens can boost immunity and fight the flu, according to Mother Nature’s Network. The British Journal of Nutrition notes that dark chocolate supports T-helper cells, which increase the immune system’s ability to defend against infection.

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Answers 1. Joe Nathan got his 300th save in his 335th save opportunity in 2013. 2. Mickey Mantle, who did it at 21 years, 185 days old. 3. Under; Arizona and Green Bay combined for 96 points in a playoff game in 2010. 4. Eight, the last coming in 2016. 5. Al MacInnis did it in 1994. 6. It stood for 23 years -- Russia’s Svetlana Masterkova set the previous mark of 4:12.56 in 1996. 7. Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. ●

1. Argentina 2. Green 3. Four 4. “Suspicious Minds” (1969) 5. Spinach 6. Cracker Jack 7. Herb Woodley 8. The Lake District 9. Carapace 10. The Alpha Centauri star system

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TRIVIA TEST By Fifi Rodriguez 1. GEOGRAPHY: The Falkland Islands lie off the coast of which country? 2. GAMES: What color is the Pennsylvania Avenue spot on a Monopoly board? 3. ANATOMY: How many chambers are in the human heart? 4. MUSIC: What was the title of Elvis Presley’s last No. 1 hit? 5. FOOD & DRINK: What ingredient is used in a dish described as “Florentine”? 6. ADVERTISING: Which snack featured the advertising line, “The more you eat, the more you want”? 7. COMICS: What is the name of Dagwood Bumstead’s next-door neighbor in the comic strip “Blondie”? 8. LITERATURE: What area of England did poet William Wordsworth often feature in his work? 9. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is the scientific name for a turtle’s upper shell? 10. TELEVISION: What was the destination of the Robinson family in the “Lost in Space” series? (c) 2019 King Features Synd., Inc.

SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. In 2018, Boston’s Craig Kimbrel became the fastest pitcher to 300 career saves (330th opportunity). Who had held the mark? 2. Gleyber Torres, in 2018, became the youngest New York Yankee to hit a walk-off home run (21 years, 144 days). Which Yankee Hall of Famer had been the youngest? 3. In the highest-scoring playoff game in NFL history, was the point total over 100 or under it? 4. Since being in the NCAA championship game in 1998, how many games has Utah’s men’s basketball team won in the NCAA Tournament? 5. Name the last Calgary Flames player before Johnny Gaudreau in 2019 to have a six-point NHL game. 6. Sifan Hassan set a women’s record in 2019 for running the mile in 4 minutes, 12.33 seconds. How long had the previous world record stood? 7. Only three PGA golfers in the past 30 years have won at least one major three years in a row. Name two of them.


Lutheran Concordia Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod 6601 Fourth Section Rd., Brockport (Rte. 31, across from Wegmans) 637-5930 • Sunday Bible Study 9:00am • Sunday Worship 10:00am with coffee hour following Wednesday Bible Study at 11am starts Oct. 2. Hygiene Bank distribution is Sept. 14 from noon to 2pm for Brockport School District residents (bring proof of address). NEXT-TO-NEW SALE is Oct. 4 from 9-6 and Oct. 5 from 9-2. $2 bag sale all day on Saturday.

Lutheran Church of Our Saviour 2415 Chili Ave., Rochester • 247-7824 Modern Traditional Service: Sunday, 9am Traditional Service: Sunday, 11:15am Sunday School: 10:15am • Nursery School: Ages 3 and 4


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Batavia First United Methodist Church

50 Lake Ave., Hilton, NY 14468 • 585-392-7990 • Pastor: Dan Brown Website: • E-mail: Facebook: Hilton Baptist Church • Worship Service: 10am • Fellowship: 11am Children’s Sunday School: 11am-12noon • Adult Bible Study: Sun. 9-9:45am; Thurs. 9am Women’s Bible Study & Men’s Group: Every other Sat. (Call for dates & times) Child care avail. during the Worship Service. Handicap accessible.

Disciples Making Disciples One Heart at a Time! 8221 Lewiston Rd., Batavia, NY 14020 • Rev. Ruth R. Warner Prayer Tuesday-Friday 11am Worship Sunday 10am & Wednesday 12 Noon - both followed by hospitality and fellowship. Sunday school and child care provided Sun. at 10am.

Emmanuel Baptist Church 2345 Lake Rd. across from Lawrence Rd. (Route 19) Sunday Service 9:45am Time of Fellowship and Refreshments 11:00am Sunday School Hour 11:15am Sunday Evening Service 6:00pm Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:00pm. Phone 585-964-7370 • Pastor Rob Worthington 518-231-0220

First Baptist Church 306 E Main St, Batavia, NY 585-343-9002 • Traditional Full Gospel Sunday Worship,10AM. Sunday School (all ages) 9AM. Nursery provided, also weekly Bible studies & prayer fellowship. Handicap accessible. Pastor Dave Weidman CHRIST THE CENTER...LOVE FOR ALL WHO ENTER

Church of God

N on-D enominational Church of Christ 60 Spring St., Brockport, NY 14420 •␣Minister: Scott Kelley 585-637-2650 • 10:00am Bible Study, 11:00am Worship Service; Wed. 7:00pm Mid-week Bible Study

Cornerstone Church 8020 Bank Street Road, Batavia • 343-8020 Sunday Coffee & Fellowship 9am, Sunday Worship Service 10am, Tuesday Prayer & Worship 5:30pm, Tuesday Men’s & Women’s Bible Study at 6:30pm

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First Church of God 3059 Main St., Caledonia • 538-2176 Reverend William Phillips Sunday School at 10:00am; Sunday Service at 11:00am Bible Study - Wednesday at 6:00pm

3639 Redman Rd., Brockport • 738-4049 or 348-8365 Sunday Bible Study 10am • Sunday Worship Service 11am Wednesday Bible Study 6:30pm All Are Welcome. Come As You Are

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Episcopal St. James Episcopal Church 405 E. Main Street, Batavia • Mother Bonnie Morris 585-343-6802 • Wednesday Morning Service 11am in the Chapel Followed by Bible Study Sunday Service at 10am - light refreshments follow in the Parish Hall. Join us for Worship!

1163 Main Rd (RT 5) • Corfu, New York 14036 • Pastor: Robert (Bubba) Dean 585-599-4500 • Facebook - High Point Community Church Email - Sunday Service 11am. Coffee and Fellowship before and after service. Nursery and children’s Sunday school care during service. Awana and youth group at 2pm to 4:00pm. Bible studies with the Pastor 11am Tuesday. Perfect Church for the Imperfect Person


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First Presbyterian Church, Batavia

9 Browns Ave. (at west end of Genesee St.), Scottsville 889-2028 Sunday Morning: 10:30am - Holy Eucharist 10:30am - Church School

“Transforming Lives!” • 300 East Main Street (Corner of Main & Liberty) Rev. Dr. Roula Alkhouri, Pastor • 343-0505 Sunday Services: 9:00am ARISE! (multimedia) 10:45am Sanctuary Service (liturgical) •


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Hoag Library: Baby & Toddler Storytime, September 17, 10:30am. Storytime, September 18, 10:30am & 1pm. PJ Storytime, September 19, 6:30pm. One-on-One Tech Help, Fridays, by appointment. Point Breeze and Oak Orchard on the Lake with Dick Anderson, September 24, Noon. BTOP Computer Class: Windows Made Easy, September 25, Noon (Please register). BTOP Computer Class: Email Start to Finish, September 25, 2pm (Please Register). Alzheimer’s Association Community Education, September 25, 6pm (Please register). Car Care 101, September 28, 10am. For a full listing of adult, children, and teen programs please visit our Facebook page or www.hoaglibrary. org Holley Community Free Library: Family Workshop: Library Crafts, Saturday, September 14th, 10:30 AM. September is library card sign-up month! If you don’t have a library card, stop in and get one. Families can hear stories and try out library-themed crafts. No registration. Homeschool Hang Out, Tuesday, September 17th, 1:00 PM. Visit the library to meet other homeschooling families, share ideas & resources, and enjoy a snack and craft! Feel free to stay longer and explore the library! No registration. Story Hour: Apples, Wednesday, September 18th, 10:30 AM. Miss Rita is leading story hour this week. Join her for stories and a craft! No registration. Baby & Toddler Storytime, Thursday, September 19th, 10:30 AM. This half hour block is especially designed for infants and toddlers ages 0-2 and their caregivers. We will share stories, songs, and finger plays and babies can explore and play with age-appropriate toys and socialize with other children. No registration.

Hamlin Public Library 1680 Lake Road, Hamlin 585.964.2320

Hoag Library 134 S. Main St., Albion 585.589.4246 Hrs.: M-Th 10am-8pm, F & Sat 10am-5pm

Holley Community Free Library 86 Public Square, Holley 585.638.6987 • Hrs.: M & W: 10am-1pm & 4-8pm Tu, Th, & F: 10am-5pm Sat: 10am-2pm until June 22nd (Closed Sat for the Summer)

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Here’s what’s happening at your local library… Seymour Library: Teen Craft Night*: Monday, September 16, 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm. School is back in session, and we will be making locker magnets so you can personalize your locker with your own style. Grades 9-12. *Registration required. Pajama Story Time: Tuesday, September 17, 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm. Have a fun evening out in your pajamas with some stories, songs, and rhymes. Science Story Time: Wednesday, September 18, 11:30 am to 12:15 pm Stories, songs, and more followed by a fun science experiment. Ages 2-5. Playdough Playtime: Thursday, September 19, 11:45 am to 12:30 pm. Stick around after story time to play with a variety of play doughs. Fiber Spinning and Knitting Group:Tuesday, September 24, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Join us as we spin fiber and have fun. All ages and spinning skill levels welcome. GENESEE VALLEY PENNY SAVER

BATAVIA Batavia Walk to End Alzheimer’s - Saturday, September 21, 9amnoon. Hosted by Premier Genesee Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at 278 Bank St., Batavia. While there is no fee to register or participate, we strongly encourage participants to fundraiser to contribute to the cause and the Chapter offers a number of tools and materials to help with fundraising. The Center’s outdoor park offers space to enjoy snacks and refreshments, visit with local vendors, and buy basket and 50/50 raffle tickets, while the roughly 2-mile walk route offers a pleasant stroll through a lovely neighborhood. Register at and start fundraising to earn terrific incentives. Questions: 716-626-0600 or 800-272-3900.

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Life Transforming Faith Conference: Chaotic life? Come REST, and let the Word of God transform your life! Guest speaker, Jaime Barkwell, speaks in church settings as she is passionate about encouraging others to grow in their relationship with Christ. Through several life trials, and through the busy-ness of life, Jamie has been blown away by God’s miraculous faithfulness. Please call the church to register by October 1 @ 585-343-8521. Payment is at the door. Breakfast & lunch are included. Cost: $15. Held October 5, 9:15-3pm at the Batavia Assembly of God Church, 24 North Spruce St., Batavia. http://

4th Annual Pork for Patriots Benefit - September 28th. Rain or Shine. Benefactors: Rochester American Warrior Hockey League and Blue Star Mothers. Pork for Patriots (general admission $25 per person pre-sale, $30 at gate. Begins 4pm). Live music! Fireworks, raffles and more. A VIP Wine/Brew Walk, hosted by Gust of Sun Winery, begins 3pm with pre-sale tickets for $40 per person. To be honored in a short, patriotic ceremony at 4pm.: Medal of Honor Recipient Gary Beikirch, the late Staff Sgt. Nicholas J. Reid (his parents will accept his award), Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter and Julie Highland Pruss and John Pruss. Info.: or McCracken Farms, 585-395-0505.

The Great BATAVIA Train Show - Sunday, November 10, 9:30AM to 3:30PM at the New Richard C. Call Arena at Genesee Community College. Donation: $6 / Under 18 yrs. -$3 / Under 13 yrs.-Free. Same Great Show in a new location. More vendors and model trains. New, modern facility. Plenty of parking. Snack bar. Follow signs from Exit 48 on the NYS Thruway to Genesee Community College, 1 College Rd., Batavia. For information on table availability: Genesee Society of Model Engineers, Inc., PO Box 75, Oakfield, NY 14125. Email: Visit our web site: and follow us on Facebook.

The Gathering Table - Brockport First Baptist Church, 124 So. Main St., is hosting a free dinner, The Gathering Table, on Sunday, September 15, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. The dinner is family friendly, and the church is fully accessible. The Teen Closet, offering free clothing and accessories, will be open 1:00 2:30 p.m.

BROCKPORT Next-to-New Sale: Concordia Lutheran Church, 6601 Fourth Section Road (Route 31), Brockport, west of Econo Lodge. Clothes, toys, books, furniture, housewares, tools, much more. Friday, October 4th, 9-6PM. Only on Saturday, October 5th, 9-2 PM, a $2 bag sale and half price on items larger than bag. No pre-selections. Besides this baked items and crafts sold both days! 637-5930. Proceeds go to Concordia and their Living Circle.

HENRIETTA Indoor Garage Sale - Faith United Methodist Church is holding an Indoor Garage Sale on Saturday, September 14th from 9am to 3pm. We’re located at 174 Pinnacle Road in Henrietta (zip code 14623) and are handicapped accessible. Something for everyone--kitchen goods, decorative items, toys/games, books, fish tanks and much more! If you loved our spring sale come to our fall sale you won’t be disappointed!

ROCHESTER Introduction to Modern Square Dancing: Learn to Square Dance. Free Open House Sundays, September 15 & 22, from 4:30 to 6:30pm at the First Baptist Church Chili, 3182 Chili Avenue. Join us for a fun evening of dance. Cloverleaf Squares Information Line, call 585-987-5972.

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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1. Release Your Mind by Escaping into Nature. Getting out into nature gives you the space and peace to release the things that bog you down. Escape the rush. Try camping in the wilderness or taking a scenic hike. Studies show that surrounding yourself with nature can have positive effects on mental health. Ditch the office and try working outdoors at a picnic table or on a blanket in the grass. Wherever you go, whatever you do, sit back and breathe in the fresh air. 2. Refresh Your Exercise Routine with New Moves. Inspiration derives from new experiences, which is why exercise physiologist and Bowflex fitness advisor Tom Holland recommends mixing up your daily workout routine. “Give yourself the opportunity to explore and challenge yourself in new ways,” suggests Holland. Try a new workout program, or an exercise machine that moves you in new ways, such as the breakthrough Bowflex LateralX ( cardio machine. It strengthens and activates muscles with side-to-side, pushand-pull and stand-and-squat motions that target the arms, back, hips and core, as well as common trouble spots including glutes, hamstrings and quads. By moving in all directions, you mimic everyday activities such as yard work, housecleaning or chasing after your kids. It’s a new and exciting workout that can keep you motivated. 3. Reset Your Soul with Time for Yourself. In addition to carving out time for fitness, you need to make time for yourself. Creating positive energy in a chaotic world can be challenging but it’s important for overall health and well-being. You don’t have to be a yogi to meditate. Experts say to start small—try focusing for 10 minutes a day in a quiet place and don’t get frustrated if your mind wanders. It takes practice but the benefits are worth the investment. You may find you’re more calm and productive and you sleep better. Whatever helps you reset, create time in your schedule and act on it. You owe it to yourself. Just after the death of the flowers, And before they are buried in snow, There comes a festival season,


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TREADMILL in good working condition. Batavia area: 585-409-6477

GOLDEN LIFT CHAIR w/heat and massage and a LEATHER RECLINING SOFA, navy blue. You pick up: 585-289-3378

PLAYER PIANO ROLLS, ROOFING TAR and ROLLED ROOFING. Please leave message: 585-671-1996

LEATHER RECLINER, cream colored. A few slight tears on one arm. You pick up: 585-797-4508

VINTAGE ELECTRONICS – radios, tubes, tube tester, test equipment, microphones, stereo audio equipment, meters, motors. Anything electrical. 585-538-9341

SET OF PLATZ GRAF STONEWARE, circa 1900 (incomplete set). Bring own boxes:

SNEAKERS. Call/text 585-861-8063 to arrange pick up or meet up in Orleans or Genesee Counties only please.

RHUBARB PLANTS. You dig: 585-584-3547 POP UP CAMPER needs work. You pick up: 585-334-9268 CARPET SHAMPOO SOLUTION for Regina Steamer machine. 4 – bottles of shampoo. 1 – bottle of spot and stain pre-cleaner: 585-571-4915

OLD VIDEO GAMES to be played, enjoyed, and collected. Not to be resold: 585-474-2052

UPRIGHT PIANO: 585-313-1762

WOODEN SCREEN DOOR for interior use. Rustic/some repair okay though not ideal. 28” wide by 79” high or able to cut down: 585-721-685

LIGHTED KING SIZE WATERBED with large drawers under in pedestal. Long storage from door at foot of bed:

STERILE DRESSING SUPPLIES: gloves, gauze, driveline, ChloraPrep, Betadine: 585-362-3697

Sizeable box of VARIOUS LIGHT BULBS, mostly CFL’s, some non CFL indoor flood lights, a couple incandescent bulbs:

ELECTRIC PIANO / KEYBOARD. 88 keys: 585-216-5896

WEIDER ULTRA MAX WEIGHT BENCH and WEIGHTS. You pick up in Batavia: 585-343-7346

VEHICLE TO USE IN DEMOLITION DERBY, any condition. Will pick up: 585-750-6914

PIANO. You pick up. Henrietta area: 585-317-0076

FOLDING CARD TABLES for the VFW: 585-394-8625 (call after noon)

WATER SOFTENER, 5 yrs. old, very good condition and a WELL WATER HOLDING TANK: 585-548-2289 leave message

DORM FRIDGE in working condition: 585-749-2432

SINGER SEWING MACHINE, 1 owner, needs some work: 585-281-6739

ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER in working condition with Word Spell if possible: 585-657-6103

WATCHES, CLOCKS, PARTS and ACCESSORIES. Any condition, working or non-working: 585-377-4604

WEIGHT STACK up to 122 pounds, STAND to hold weights and a WEIGHT BENCH: 941-486-8166


CALIFORNIA KING MATTRESS, double pillow. You pick up: 585-624-9118

AFX, AURORA, TYCO HO Slot Car: 585-330-8152

30-GALLON ELECTRIC WATER HEATER, 270 GALLON KEROSENE TANK & KEROSENE and a SEARS CAR TOP CARRIER: 585-507-6861 or 585-507-0410 TEACHERS BLACKLINE MASTERS, about 200 books, various subjects and grades. Great resource. Must take all: 585-230-8559


19’ BOAT and 125 HP MOTOR for parts or rebuild: 585-474-7634

Old GENESEE COUNTY MILK BOTTLES. Batavia: 585-250-2376 VERY OLD 26” BICYCLE, very rustic, doesn’t need to work and FLAT STONES: 585-334-1249

Two used FARM TRACTOR TIRES, 34” interior. Good for decorations or whatever:

PAINT SAMPLES from Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore. Good for crafts. Beige, blues, greens, white. Approx. dozen: TEXT 585-429-0497

FRIDGE, working condition. Apartment size at least:

Unopened MEAL SUPPLEMENT DRINKS (Ensure, Boost, etc.). Name brands or generic. Also need PLASTIC HANGERS in good condition: 585-346-9777 SHREDDER in good condition and an INLINE SWITCH for a vacuum cleaner cord: SINGLE EXTRA LONG COMFORTER or SHEETS: CALL or TEXT: 585-500-9926

Submit at under Our Sections - Give & Take - or call 226-8111 x 111 Let us know when your item is taken/you receive what you asked for and we will remove it from the list.

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died on the way to the hospital. They worked on him for a long time but could not revive him. They didn’t do an autopsy, and they declared his death as “atherosclerotic vascular disease.” He was 79 years old and had no health problems. He came into the house and said that something was in his throat and he couldn’t swallow. He tried to cough it up, but nothing came up. He then collapsed. He had no pain. I am still puzzled by that symptom of a heart attack. Have you ever heard of that? I am really curious and still in shock. I hope you can explain. -- T.S. ANSWER: I am very sorry to hear about your husband. I think he likely did have a heart attack, which is the leading cause of death in the industrialized world. Although many people have symptoms of heart disease that they ignore, some people have no symptoms until sudden death. Atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries due to cholesterol plaque and calcium in the blood vessels of the heart, almost always is present in people with a heart attack. The initial symptom of a heart attack varies widely. Throat discomfort is not rare. Cough is a common symptom, as the heart becomes damaged and the pressure in the lungs increases. The classic symptom of chest pain certainly does happen, but there are many variations. Both men and women can have atypical presentations. ***

DEAR DR. ROACH: My husband has Parkinson’s disease. He also has a stent in his heart. We have been to many doctors to address a breathing problem: fast breathing. He experiences this daily, and we are told that it is anxiety. It is difficult to watch him go through this. It sometimes happens before he is due for his Sinemet, but other times right after taking it. He has been prescribed Xanax, clonidine, cannabidiol-infused gummies and a few others. One doctor says it is from Parkinson’s, but the rest say it is anxiety. -- E.W. ANSWER: Shortness of breath can have many causes, but someone with Parkinson’s disease has an unusual possibility, called “respiratory dyskinesia” (which just means “abnormal movement of the muscles of breathing”). This is an involuntary rapid breathing that causes distress, and it usually happens an hour after taking a medication like Sinemet. Changing the dose can help with diagnosis, and working with a neurologist to adjust the dose of the Sinemet (which comes in fast-acting and slowrelease formulations) can solve the problem. I would start with an expert on Parkinson’s. Keeping a diary of when he takes his medication and when the breathing trouble starts and stops will be helpful, as would a video of what it looks like when happening. Having Parkinson’s doesn’t make someone less likely to have other causes of shortness of breath, and anyone with a stent in the heart (meaning a history of blockages of at least one heart artery) is at risk of developing further blockages. Poor blood flow to the heart is another potential cause. Get the Parkinson’s evaluation first. I would not recommend anti-anxiety medications unless there is clear evidence of benefit. Ascribing a physical symptom like shortness of breath to anxiety without a thorough workup is unwise. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to © 2019 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Throughout the history of commerce, many a deal has been made at the dinner table. Business dinners are a great opportunity to lay a foundation for long, potentially lucrative professional relationships. Etiquette is important when hosting business dinners, as a breach of decorum can derail a relationship before it even begins. Professionals tasked with hosting business dinners can take the following tips to heart before sitting down to break bread with their colleagues. Choose a restaurant that can cater to various diets. Hosting a business dinner can be similar to hosting family during the holiday season, when hosts must cater to guests with various food allergies and dietary restrictions. Asking for such information in advance of a business dinner may seem intrusive to guests, so try to find a restaurant that offers a flexible menu capable of accommodating vegetarians, vegans and guests who might be gluten-free. Avoid restaurants that specialize in styles of cuisine that might be unhealthy or so extraordinary that guests might be hesitant to order anything from the menu. Confirm the reservation. Make the reservation well in advance of the date of the dinner, and don’t forget to confirm the reservation a week beforehand. Confirming a week beforehand gives hosts time to book another reservation should theirs have been canceled by mistake. Arrive at the restaurant before your guests. Hosts should arrive at the restaurant before their guests so they can address any potential issues in advance of the beginning of the dinner. Arriving early gives hosts time to ensure the table set aside for their party is not in a heavily trafficked area of the restaurant, such as adjacent to the kitchen or restroom. Hosts who arrive later than their guests may also give guests the mistaken impression that they are unimportant. Let guests order first. Once everyone has sat down at the table, hosts should allow guests to order first. Doing so saves guests who don’t want to eat that much the potential discomfort of sitting there while their hosts eat an appetizer and/or large entrée. If guests choose to abstain from alcohol, follow suit. If guests want to have a drink, hosts can limit their consumption to a single beverage. Don’t eat too quickly or too slowly. Hosts should try to keep pace with their guests in regard to how quickly or slowly they eat. Guests might feel uncomfortable if they finish first or feel pressured to eat quickly if their hosts finish first. Pay in advance. Business dinner guests do not expect to pay for their meals. While it’s widely accepted that hosts will pay, it can feel awkward to have the bill brought to the table. Upon arriving early, hosts can give their credit cards to the wait staff and ask that they be charged without having the bill brought to the table. If necessary, step away from the table during the meal to sign the bill and address any discrepancies. Business dinners have sparked many successful professional relationships, oftentimes thanks to hosts who took the time to ensure the dinners went off without a hitch.

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