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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

BUY HERE - PAY THERE at Jim White’s Truck & Auto Center

www.angolapennysaver.com

JANUARY 13, 2013 84th Year 12th Week

See Details in our ad inside this Pennysaver!

Serving Angola, Derby, Brant, Farnham, Irving and Lakeview 19 Center St., Angola, N.Y. 14006 Phone: 549-1164 FAX: 549-1611 E-mail: info@angolapennysaver.com

NEW YEAR CELEBRATION

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42 mo. MSRP $24,285

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2013 JEEP COMPASS LATITUDE 4X4

42 mo. MSRP $24,565

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2013 CHRYSLER 200 LIMITED

39 mo. MSRP $26,075

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nO DOwn PaYment - nO taxeS - nO 1St PaYment

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2013 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN

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Payments are leases with 10K per yr. allowed, 25 cents per mile overage, all include LSE conquest must have competitive make lease in household (Grand Caravan includes maturing Chrysler LSE loyalty). On approved credit - Good til 1/31/13.

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER ATTORNEYS Anthony J. Barone Jr. Law Offices of John C. Grennell Magavern & Loretto P.C. Scott Brown Thomas C. Farley, Jr. The Miserendino Law Firm, PC AUTOMOTIVE Camus Auto Clark-Brant Garage, Inc. Ferber Automotive Jim White’s Truck & Auto Center The Body Shop Towne Automotive

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947-9222 549-0810 649-1571 549-1565 947-7671 1-800-924-0936

947-4566 549-1744 549-1810 934-3580 648-2550

BAKERIES Unique Sweets Cake Shop

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BUILDERS Cala’s Contracting Duzen Construction Frank Builders Hoelzle Construction Matt Frost Building & Remodeling T. M. Goodrich Construction Wagner Brother Construction

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627-6443 549-4281 992-9642 864-6326 627-9196 868-4352 549-1816

CARPET Tim Murphy

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549-5200

COOLING & HEATING Don’s Heating & Air Conditioning Earl’s Plumbing & Heating Farnham Plumbing & Heating Keiffer Plumbing, Heating & Cooling

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549-5224 992-4388 549-1564 649-3866

EVENTS 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament - LS Coyote Band - VFW Post 5798 Mobile Food Pantry Taste of the Southtowns - SCS UNYTS Blood Drive FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT New Angola Theater

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FINANCIAL PLANNING / FINANCE Lake Shore Federal Credit Union Page 15 FIREWOOD Firewood FOOD & BEVERAGE Braymiller Market, Inc. Chiavetta’s Derby Deli Federal Meats Hoelscher’s Meats Lynn’s Catering & Cakes Meadowbrook Pat’s Pizzeria Skullyz

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549-5798 549-0301 725-9424 512-7940

549-4866

549-4150

549-4313

649-2356 549-1700 947-9256 649-3705 649-2554 337-2267 947-9386 549-6522 549-4095

JANUARY 13, 2013 / PAGE 3

ADVERI ADVERTISER DIRECTORY FUNERAL HOMES Latimore Schiavone Funeral Home

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549-3311

GREENHOUSES & FLORISTS Angola Flower Shoppe Bella Terra Greenhouse Flowers by Darlene

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549-1265 549-2014 947-4133

HANDYMAN SERVICES Old Time Handyman, LLC Southtowns Handyman

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870-0494 549-7646

PETS A Pawsitive Experience Furry Kids Kennel & Daycare Golden Paws Pet Care Services Ten Lives Club

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627-9234 947-5810 400-8431 646-5577

PLUMBING Joe’s Plumbing & Heating Robert Sciarrino, Plumber

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549-0064 697-5211

PRE-SCHOOLS Kids’ Kastle

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947-5052

REAL ESTATE Century 21 - Elaine Urbanowicz Century 21 - Lynda Mason Metro Roberts Realty - Kim Hulburd Owl Homes People Inc. Holly Apartments Waterfalls Village

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984-3453 998-1155 725-8725 673-1366 817-9090 648-3789

REPAIR SERVICE The Appliance Doctor

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992-4195

RETAIL Bauer’s Eden Valley Furniture Custom Curtains

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992-4600 965-2726

SALONS & SPAS Just Hair Mind & Body Trendy Kutz

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947-9260 549-5335

SCHOOLS St. Bernadette School

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649-3369

SEWING Eden Creative Sewing Julie Carruth, Seamstress

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992-4364 627-4729

SHIPPING Evans Emergency Equipment

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549-3338

SPORTS Evans Youth Baseball Orchard Park Roller Rink

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STORAGE Southwestern Storage Facility

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549-0338

TAX SERVICES Liberty Tax Service Tax Wizard

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646-1040 648-2288

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934-2365 934-4219 549-0353

HARDWARE / LUMBER Sam’s Lumber Co. Shultz & Co.

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549-1212 549-0262

HEALTH, BEAUTY, FITNESS Brain & Spine Center Cardiology Group of WNY Eisen, DDS Hands on Health Lakeshore Chiropractic & Wellness Lakeshore Family Medicine

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947-0139 677-6800 549-3311 549-1999 947-5106 947-0408

HELP WANTED Absolut Care Angola Pennysaver Boston Valley Terra Cotta Gowanda Ford Pat’s Pizzeria Remedy Intelligent Staffing Wanakah Country Club

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992-3987

HOME IMPROVEMENT D & L Trucking & Excavating Eastern States Metal Roofing Eden Drawer & Door Co. Electro-Tech Power & Light Gallman Excavating Home Repairs Home Works of Evans Loretto GlasService Masonry 2000 Wetzler Electric Wet Basements

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818-4903 355-4374 992-3849 462-0885 432-4642 696-2591 947-9675 549-2444 549-6533 947-3195 549-6533

INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES Ms. Sondra Yoga Zumba - Suzanne’s School of Dance

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947-5092 816-6376 549-1222

JEWELERS Jewelry by Spence

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947-9936

LAWN & GARDEN Superior Small Engine Repair

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549-4226

LOCKSMITH A Village Locksmith

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947-9071

TOBACCO/GAS Keye Supercenter Seneca Hawk Signals

NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS American Legion Post 928 Town of Brant Supervisor Corner Town of Brant - Garbage Pickup VFW Post 5798

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947-0928

TRAVEL AGENTS Journey’s Unlimited

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648-3505

TREE CARE MJ Foresters The Tree Surgeon

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934-3125 549-2922

532-2208 662-4099

672-7237 549-5798

If you would like to be included in this listing, please call the

Angola Pennysaver at 549-1164


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

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DIVORCE $450* No Fault or Regular Di­ vorce. Covers children, property, etc. Only One Signature Required! *Excludes govt. fees. 1‑800‑522‑6000 Ext. 100. Baylor & Associ‑ ates, Inc. Est. 1977 RUBBER STAMPS AVAILABLE at the Eden Penny Saver Of­ fice, 992‑4625; A Vil­ lage Locksmith, Derby, 947‑9071. Health & Fitness

ELECTROLYSIS‑ Re­ moval of unwanted hair permanently. Reason­ able rates. Satisfied clients. Qualified, expe­ rienced electrologist. Registered profes­sional nurse. Referred by physicians. Member of International Guild of Professional Electrolo­ gists. Call JEAN­NETTE. 627‑2873. TAKE VIAGRA/­CIALIS? 40 100mg/20mg Pills + 4 Free. Only $99! Save $500.00. Call 1‑888‑796‑8878 TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly Informational Meeting! First Church of Evans Wednesday, January 23, 6:30pm Call Betty 934‑9619. Announcements Miscellaneous

A VILLAGE LOCK­ SMITH has DIS­ COUNTED movie pass‑ es for Regal Cine­ mas available. AIRLINES ARE HIR­ ING ‑ Train for hands‑on Aviation Career. FAA ap‑ proved program. Financial aid if qualified ‑ Job placement assis­ tance. CALL Aviation Institute of Mainte­nance 1‑877‑202‑0386.

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Pennysaver deadline: Wed. at noon

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SCOTT M. BROWN ATTORNEY AT LAW

549-1565

ten_lives_club@yahoo.com for adoption info. 646-5577

Lessons at your Home!

Ms. Sondra

welcomes 947-509 2 PIANO, VOICE and VISUAL ARTS STUDENTS Cupid’s Discount

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TOWN OF BRANT SUPERVISOR CORNER

I, and the Town Board, would like to wish everyone a very Happy, Healthy & Prosperous New Year. I am happy to announce that our 2013 budget shows a decrease in the tax rate for the 6th consecutive year and we have been awarded two new grants totaling $74,015 that will create a climate controlled records room in our new Town Hall and enhance our Town Park by creating rest rooms with handicap access for everyone at all times. 2012 was our first complete year in our New Town Hall and it has been given rave reviews by all that have visited our facility. 2012 also saw the building of a Municipal Police Garage and the purchase of a New Highway Truck and Police car. We had a very successful Recreation program serving 153 campers for 6 weeks. The Town pool was an oasis this last summer and the 9th annual Summer Fest was a success. The Town received $132,350.71 in Grant money for 2012. Also with the help of volunteers, field lights were installed on the Football field mostly donated by Lake Shore Junior Football League who is our town’s youth team. They honored our community this past fall by going undefeated and winning the Oataka league of WNY championship, then going to Orlando Florida representing WNY and beating teams from Missouri and Illinois to become undefeated Champions of the East. Also for your information, Lake Shore Youth also built and donated to the town a concession stand and a storage facility. Looking to 2013 will be very exciting as we improve our park by extending the walking path and create a nature walk. We will be adding another Parking lot & Horseshoe Pits for your convenience and pleasure. Funding has been increased for our Free Summer Concerts in the Park series that begin in July. Our Senior Citizen & Silver Sneakers group has a lot to offer. We are planning a larger Summerfest with rides and attractions in June and the use of our Football field for night time events. During the summer come out and enjoy the 3 free shelters that are available as a first come basis and play some tennis & basketball on our outdoor courts.

The Town of Brant signed a new Waste Contract with Best Way Disposal and they will be picking up garbage earlier than Casella waste did, so put your waste out the night before. The day of pickup has remained the same. For everyone that qualifies, there is a Traveling Food Pantry every 3rd Wednesday from 1:30 to 3:30 pm at the Senior Recreation Center. Also every 4th Saturday there is an E-Waste (electronic) drop off behind the Highway garage from 9 am to Noon. Here is to you, for another successful year, Supervisor, Leonard K. Pero And the Town Board

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ANGOLA ROOM FOR RENT $350. All utilities included. Access to wireless internet & cable TV. Contact Carrie or Rich‑ ard Tracy at 716‑435‑6851 or 716‑549‑7295 ROOMS AVAILABLE monthly in Evans area. Call for rates. 818‑4903, 818‑4915.


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8989 Erie Road, Angola, N.Y. 14006 549-5798

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DAVID W. DANIELS Funeral Services were held at the Latimore-Schiavone Funeral Home for David W. Daniels, of Angola, NY, who passed away on December 21, 2012. He was the beloved fiance of Elsie Hyna; beloved son of Joan, late William and Mildred Daniels; dear father of Paul, Tina and John Hyna; grandfather of seven grandchildren and a greatgranddaughter; brother of Michael (Keri) Daniels, Mary Beth (Cheryl) Gattie, Deborah Bennediti and the late Warren Sr. Daniels and Doris Lipicki; dear uncle of Warren, Vicky, Melissa, Joseph, Cindy and many more nieces and nephews. _______ JOSEPH RICCI A Mass of Christian Burial was held in Most Precious Blood Church for Joseph Ricci, of Angola, NY, who passed away December 23, 2012 at the age of 94. He was the beloved husband of the late Genevieve; loving father of Ceceila Hill and Paul (Arlene) Ricci; brother of Theresa (late Raymond) Jerozal, Anna (late Frank) Barone and the late Rose Faraci, Jennie, Azarella, Nicholas and Angelo Ricci; grandfather of Richard, Jeffrey Hill, Denise Kowalski and Cheryl Olszewski; great grandfather of Nathan, Gavin Hill, Kelsey Lay, Samuel, Lilly Olszewski and Meghan Kowalski. Arrangements by the Addison Funeral Home, Inc. Mr. Ricci was the oldest living charter member of Evans Township VFW Post 5798. Share your condolences at addisonfuneralhome.com. ________ DANIEL J. BARTHA Memorial Services were held at Faith United Church of Christ, Williamsville, for Daniel J. Bartha, of Scottsville, KY, formerly of Angola, NY, who passed away on December 25, 2012. He was the father of Emily and Katlyn; son of Gloria and the late Donald Bartha. Donations may be made to the church for chancel rails. ________

GARY R. VASSALLO II A Mass of Christian Burial was held in Most Precious Blood Church for Gary R. Vassallo II, of Angola, NY, who passed away on December 24, 2012 at the age of 27. He was the loving son of Gary (Marion) Vassallo; beloved fiance of Samantha Mancuso; brother of Andrew Vassallo; cherished grandson of Lou (Myrta) Catalano and Marilyn (Calvin) Bobseine; Also survived by several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Arrangements by the Addison Funeral Home, Inc. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of WNY. Share your condolences at addisonfuneral home.com. _______ SAMUEL REINO A Mass of Christian Burial was held at Blessed John Paul II Church for Samuel Reino, of Angola, NY, who passed away on December 15, 2012. He was the beloved husband of Irene (nee Startek) Reino; dearest father of Maria (Jason) Scheffler and Gina Rogers; proud and loving Bampa of Samantha, Kate, Maddie, Jack and Caleb; son of the late Francesco and Maria Reino; dear brother of Daniel (Luba) Reino, Rosemarie (Joseph) Metty, Gina Giacchi, Lily (Vincent) Conidi, the late Josephine (Frank) Tonelli and the late Carmella Reino; also survived by many adoring nieces, nephews and dear friends. Arrangements by the John. J. Kaczor Funeral Home, Inc. Sam was a member of the American Legion Post #928. Please share online condolences at www.kac zorfunerals.com _________

LOUIS J. BREHM Funeral Services were held at the John J. Kaczor Funeral Home for Louis J. Brehm, of Lake View, NY,who passed away on December 16, 2012. He was the beloved husband of Jacqualine A. (nee Hedges) Brehm; loving father of Wendy (Garrick) Loveria; dear son of the late Devere and Josephine Brehm; brother of William G. (Margaret) Brehm and D. William (Mary Louise) Barrett; also survived by many nieces and nephews and dear friends. Memorials may be made to The Hospice Foundation of WNY. ________ ELIZABETH MORINELLO (nee Kish) Services were held at The Colonial Memorial Chapels, Inc. and from Our Lady of Victory Basilica for Elizabeth Morinello, of Derby, formerly of Lackawanna, who passed away on December 13, 2012. She was the beloved wife of the late Frank; dearest mother of Richard, Francine (Robert) Williams and Paul (Penny); motherin-law of the late Kathryn; loving grandmother of Rebecca Morinello; stepgrandmother of Jennifer and Cheyenne; daughter of the late John and Elizabeth (nee Soos) Kish; sister of the late Irene Graboski; aunt of John Graboski. _______ PATRICIA M. SULLIVAN A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated in Most Precious Blood Church for Patricia M. Sullivan, of Derby, NY, who passed away December 24, 2012 at the age of 66. She was the loving sister of Kathleen (Neno) LaRusso, John (Nancy) Sullivan, Maureen Korabek, Michael Sullivan, Colleen (Dwight) Neven and the late David Sullivan; aunt of Tony, Christopher, David, Daniel, Lisa LaRusso, Joseph, Michelle Korabek, Nick and Kelly Neven. Arrangements by the Addison Funeral Home, Inc. Share your condolences at addi sonfuneralhome.com _______


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SHIRLEY A. HOPFER (nee Taber) Funeral Services were held at the Wentland Funeral Home, North Collins, for Shirley A. Hopfer, of Angola, NY, who passed away on January 3, 2013 at the age of 79. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward C. Hopfer; loving aunt of Terry, Luther Yochum, Liz and Kim; greataunt of Bradley, Chad and Summer; loving sister of Norma Bellizzi; predeceased by two brothers and one sister; also survived by many nieces and nephews. If desired, memorials may be made to the American Lung Association. ______

ANN JASINSKI (nee Frost) A Mass of Christian Burial was held in Blessed John Paul II Parish for Ann Jasinski, of Derby, NY, who entered into rest December 31, 2012. She was the wife of the late Richard F. Jasinski; loving mother of Lois (Michael) Maj, Richard C. (Suzanne), Daniel (Jean) Jasinski and the late Lucia (Joseph) LaPorte; sister of Barbara (Richard) DeMay and Tom (May) Frost; Also survived by 10 grandchildren and 6 great granddaughters. Arrangements by the Addison Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Jasinski was a member of the Blessed John Paul II Altar and Rosary Society, Bishop’s committee, Lake Shore Central Schools Alumni Board and Ladies Auxiliary of North Evans Vol. Fire Co. Condolences online at addisonfuneral home.com _________

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DAVID W. DANIELS Funeral Services were held at the LatimoreSchiavone Funeral Home, Inc. for David W. Daniels, of Angola, NY, who passed away on December 21, 2012. She was the beloved finace of Elsie Hyna; beloved son of Joan, late William and Mildred Daniels; dear father of Paul, Tina and John Hyna; grandfather of seven grandchildren and a greatgranddaughter; brother of Michael (Keri) Daniels, Mary Beth (Cheryl) Gattie, Deborah Bennediti and the late Warren Sr. Daniels and Doris Lipicki; dear uncle of Warren, Vicky, Melissa, Joseph, Cindy and many more nieces and nephews. ________ SHIRLEY A. HOPFER (nee Taber) Funeral Services were held for Shirley A. Hopfer, of Angola, NY, who passed away on January 3, 2013 at the age of 79. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward C. Hopfer; loving aunt of Terry (Liz), Luther Yochum; great aunt of Bradley, Chad and Summer; loving sister of Norma Bellizzi; predeceased by two brothers and one sister; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Arrangements by the Wentland Funeral Home, North Collins. If desired, memorials may be made to the American Lung Association. ________

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JEANETTE GEORGE Funeral services were held at the Addison Funeral Home for Jeanette George, formerly of Tampa, FL, who passed away December 23, 2012 in Queens, NY at the age of 36. She was the beloved daughter of Joseph (Beverly) George of Derby, NY; loving sister of Melinda (Ruben) Clark and Brent George; granddaughter of Edna Peach and Kenneth (late Betty) George; aunt of Nathaniel and Maria Clark; niece of Don (late Judy) George, Linda (Mike) Burkhardt, Edward (Tina) Parker; Judy (Kermit) Mcgary, late Nancy (Bob) Simonson and Brian Parker; also survived by many cousins. Born in Lockport, NY, Jeanette was a graduate of Tennessee Temple University and Word of Life Bible Institute. She was a child care worker at Idlewild Baptist Church in Tampa Florida. She had a special gift for working with small children. She also was a strong Christian, sharing Jesus with everyone she knew. ________

PATRICK F. JASINSKI “Sony” Funeral services were held at Addison Funeral Home, Inc. for Patrick F. “Sony” Jasinski, of Angola, who entered into rest January 5, 2013. He was the beloved husband for 52 years of Patricia A. (nee Kush) Jasinski; loving father of Steven Jasinski, Gregory Jasinski and Julianne (Timothy) Leach; grandfather of Kyle, Brian, Matthew, Zachary, Deven, Samantha and Makayla; great grandfather of Kera and Aiden; brother of Richard (Mary Riley) Jasinski and Diane (late Douglas) Russel; also survived by many nieces and nephews; son of the late Carrie (nee Michalski) and Stephen Jasinski. Patrick was an employee of Securitas Security Service. Condolences online at ad disonfuneralhome.com ______

BETTY MURAWSKI-WARSITZ A Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated in Most Precious Blood Church for Betty Murawski-Warsitz, formerly of Angola, who died on December 27, 2012 at the age of 87. She was the beloved wife of the late Chester Murawski and Robert Warsitz; loving mother of Carlene (Bruce) Bingenheimer, Henry “Bub” (Susan) Murawski, Miriam “Mimi” (Thomas) Alf and the late Matthew D. Murawski; also survived by many grandchildren. Arrangements by the Addison Funeral Home, Inc. Share your condolences at addisonfuneralhome.com _______

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THURSDAY/FRIDAY EVENING 12 and UNDER YOUTH ROLLER HOCKEY Registration & Draft: Orientation: First Games:

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Depending on ages of the signed up it may be possible for us to separate ages 13 to 15 in one category and ages 15 to 18 in another. That is subject to amount of participants for the winter season. This Season: All leagues will have at least 12 games of play plus playoffs. The cost of each league is $150 per player. All players will receive Black Biscuit Jerseys, trophies and an end of the season pizza party. Any questions or concerns please call 662-9860 at any time. Also, 15 and 18 and under leagues can bring in their own teams with a minimum of seven players. Please be reminded that payment in full is required at registration. Thank you so very much for your patronage, Frank Young SirFrancisY@aol.com

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EVANS-BRANT CHAMBER SPEAKER SERIES

The Evans-Brant Chamber of Commerce kicked off the 2012-2013 Speakers Series with a 12/13/12 presentation on financial strategies to build your business. Salvatore Gandolfo and James C. Kranz of Merrill Lynch's Wealth Management group addressed chamber members at the Evans Historical Society's 1857 Museum. Their groups manage portfolios of $500M for small businesses and individuals. They addressed the "fiscal cliff" arising from 1) the forthcoming expiration of decreased tax rates which will decrease the amount of discretionary spending going into the economy and 2) government spending cuts, which decrease the amount of money going into the economy. Decreased money into the economy will result in slowing GDP growth to about 2 percent. It will be bad for the recovery that has been slowly proceeding since 2009. The stock market return is at about 13% for 2012. Gandolfo's outlook is that neither of the two dominant parties will want to jeopardize the recovery. Tax rates will likely not remain as low as they are currently so their clients are selling some positions and taking their tax impact in 2012. They reviewed the typical life stages of a business and distinguished common business cash needs associated with those stages. For instance, how a start-up can finance using a line-of-credit, instead of liquidating retirement assets. The presentation included an analysis of retirement savings products that are available for small businesses. A poll of attendees matched national trends: most small businesses don't offer retirement benefits for employees. Gandolfo outlined potential benefits to employers, including retaining quality personnel, tax-advantaged savings for the owner as well, and tax benefits for the business. The seminar materials outlined the various plans that are available with a table contrasting the benefits of each kind. There was a good deal of discussion on appetite for risk. Gandolfo outlined how to use historical market trends to prepare, depending on how close one is to retirement. Gandolfo pointed out that over one-third of all new business are started by retirees. "In our office, we call retirement 'the second act'. Retirees are inclined to take this kind of chance," he noted. Americans ages 55 to 64 are more likely than any other age group to start their own business. Kranz pointed out an example by way of his own father, who is retired but started a bottled sauce business in Forestville. The bottom line for running a small business is to get a return on your investment of money and time. Effective financial planning can mean your business can structure income and cash flow for longevity. The best advice: start planning now, and check your status at least once a year to make sure you stay on track.

The Chamber speaker series will take place at 6:30 pm on the third Thursday of each month in Jan., Feb., March, and April. Each event will be held at the Evans Historical Society’s 1857 Museum. The next Chamber speaker event will take place on Jan. 17 at 6:30 - 7:30 pm. The topic: Facebook for Small Businesses and introduction of a new Chamber member benefit: your company’s coupons on the Chamber website. Anton Forth, President of RT Enterprises of NY LLC, will talk about using social media to promote your business. Admission is $5 but free for chamber members with a coupon from the Chamber’s website. More information is at the Chambers website at www.ebccny.org. Picture: Chamber Education Chair Darleme McDonogh, Ed.D., presents a pair of poinsettias to speakers James C. Kranz (left) and Salvatore Ganfolfo (right.) The poinsettias were donated by Chamber board member Caryl Youngers, owner of Bella Terra Greenhouse. __________

VFW POST CHRISTMAS FOR NEEDY FAMILIES

The VFW Post 5798 sponsored it’s annual Christmas for Needy Families Fund on Saturday December 22, 2012. The event was held at the First Congregational United Church at 132 N. Main St in Angola. For over 30 years, the VFW Post 5798 has been making a Happy Holiday season for those in need. With the help of generous donations of food, toys and clothing from the community, the VFW has continued to make this a very Merry Christmas for our local and surrounding area families, including Brant, Farnham, Derby, North Evans, Irving, Silver Creek, Eden, and Angola. ___________

LS GRADUATE ON DEAN’S LIST

Steven C. Siracuse, a 2009 graduate of Lake Shore Central, has been named to SUNY Fredonia Dean’s List for the Fall 2012 Semester. Stephen is pursuing dual degrees in Social Studies Adolescent Education and History. He is a member of Phi Alpha Theta, a National History Honor Society, and Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, where he has held numerous positions. Steven is the son of Chuck and Kathy Siracuse, of Angola, and brother of Lisa K. Siracuse of Honolulu, HI.


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Community News Attention Town of Brant & Village of Farnham Residents

EVANS DEMOCRATIC CLUB DECEMBER MEETING

Erie County Surrogate Barbara Ann Howe and Dennis Ward, secretary of the Erie County Democratic Committee, both visited Evans for the Democratic Club December meeting and holiday mixer. Ward chaired the biennial organizational meeting of the the town's Democratic Committee held at the VFW on December 18. He extended the greetings of County Chair Jeremy Zellner who wished everyone a great holiday season. Ward discussed various local and county-wide races in 2013, which will include a state supreme court race. The slate was announced and voted: Robert "Bob-Cat" Catalino was re-elected to a term as Town Chair. Karen Connors Erickson, Rob Catalino, and Laurie DiMartile were elected to Vice Chair. Kathleen Karyczak was elected Secretary and Joseph Catalano will serve as treasurer. Daniel Mecca was elected sergeant at arms. Nominations were made to fill various committee vacancies and local people were voted into those offices. Hon. Barbara Ann Howe led the Club in the Pledge of Allegiance to start the December meeting. Judge Howe has served as the Surrogate for Erie County for ten years. As Surrogate, she has overseen adoptions, guardianships, and managed estate issues. "It is a privilege to be a judge, and it has been a privilege to be your Surrogate," she noted. "I hope I have earned your vote for re-election." She will seek re-election in 2013. Town Chair Bob Catalino announced the slate for the Democratic Club developed by the Nominating Committee. For president: Michelle Parker; vice-president Patti Latimore; treasurer Karen Connors Erickson; corresponding secretary Dawn Casali; co-recording secretaries Kathy Bartus and Kathy Karyczak; sergeant-at-arms Bobby Heath. The directors are Mike Karyczak, Mark Parker and Ross Guarino. The Club election will be held at the January 2013 meeting. The meeting adjourned to holiday fun for the potluck Christmas party. The next meeting will be held on Tues., January 15, 2013 at 7:30 pm at the VFW. Photograph: Pictured at the December meeting and holiday mixer: Dennis Ward, Secretary of the Erie County Democratic Committee; Hon. Barbara Ann Howe, Erie County Surrogate; Robert "Bob-Cat" Catalino, Chair of the Evans Democratic Committee. __________

LUPUS MEETING

The Lupus Alliance of Upstate New York will hold a New Patient Orientation meeting on Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at the Lupus Alliance office, 3871 Harlem Road. Cheekowaga, from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. All newly diagnosed lupus patients, their families and friends are welcome. There will be current literature available as well as a video and time for questions. There is no charge for the program, however, reservations are necessary. For information and reservations please call the Lupus Alliance at 835-7161.

SANTA DAY BREAKFAST AT VFW

The Santa Day Breakfast sponsored by Evans VFW Post 5798 held on Saturday, December 15, 2012 from 9am-12pm. The Post received additional help from the National Guard and members of the NY 53rd CASD of the United States National Defense Force Support Command (SEP). __________

THE MOBILE FOOD PANTRY will be at our Recreation Building at our Brant Town Park located at 1000 Brant-Farnham Rd., Brant, NY 14027 on every 3rd Wednesday of every month from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm. You must bring proof of income, photo ID for every member of home and proof of address. Annual Income Guidelines are as follows. 1 $13,000 2 $18,300 3 $23,100 4 $27,900 5 $32,700 If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Supervisor’s Office @ 716-549-0301 ext. 3

THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS LIVES IN BRANT

On Saturday, December 15th the Ladies of the Brant Fire Auxiliary hosted Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Brant Fire Hall. Over 80 children had the opportunity to sit on Santa's lap to tell him their wishes for the holiday. Frosty and Rudolph also danced and entertained the young ones while elves painted their faces and made balloon creations for young and old alike. Holiday bags with coloring books and candy were given to all the children. The ladies of the auxiliary also provided holiday refreshments. __________

EVANS LAUNCHES COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT CORNER ON WEBSITE

The Town of Evans recently kicked-off the Commercial Investment Corner, a new initiative to help market available commercial properties to potential investors using the Town website. Town officials have assembled an initial list of approximately 14 commercial properties that are actively for sale, or vacant and underutilized. To be eligible for this initiative, the property must be for sale, in good condition, and have an identified point person with whom a potential investor can contact. The owner/realtor must also provide a list of details necessary to create a profile for the property. “The Realtors and property owners that we have reached out to have expressed their gratitude for the Town’s assistance with marketing these properties,” said Supervisor Dash. “Our ultimate goal is to see these properties returned to productive use and aid the local economy,” he said. The Commercial Investment Corner webpage can be found at www.townofevans.org/community. Please contact Lori Szewczyk at 549-3915 if you are interested in have your property listed on the Commercial Investment Corner. For further information, please contact the Lori A. Szewczyk at 716-549-3915.

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Service & Repair Miscellaneous

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School News SEPTEMBER CITIZENS OF THE MONTH

Thank You

The family of the late Joseph Ricci would like to thank Randy and Scott Addison, Father John and Most Precious Blood Church, the VFW, and family, friends and neighbors for helping us through our time of sorrow. The Ricci Family

The Brant Evans Citizens for Responsible Choices and Lake Shore Central Middle School would like to announce the September Citizens of the Month. These students are being honored for being good citizens in their school and community.

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CYRUS FARNER Cyrus Farner is the son of Herbert and Julie Farner of Irving. He is a sixth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for September. In school Farner enjoys being in orchestra and playing the violin. He also enjoys math, art and gym. Outside of school he likes to be outside and doing archery.. His future goal is to become a famous artist. He really enjoys drawing trees, especially dead ones. Farner said his favorite thing in the world is spending time with his family and friends. The character trait he believes is the most important for continuing success is respect. “You need to respect people for who they are and the things that they may have to endure,” Farner said.

MICHAEL HILL Michael Hill is the son of Stephan and Kathleen Hill of Brant. He is an eighth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for September. In school Hill enjoys chorus and math is his favorite class. Outside of school he likes to work on cars that will go out and race. He has helped work on stock cars that competed at the Holland Speedway. Hill’s future goal is to go to college and become a lawyer, He said his favorite things in the world are cars and auto racing. The character trait he believes is most important for continuing success is being trustworthy. “People have to be able to trust you, like be responsible and that you will follow through to do something and succeed,” Hill said. __________

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AEDAN JOHNSTON Aedan Johnston is the son of the late Robert and Kristen Johnston and currently resides with his grandmother, Sally Johnston of Angola. He is a seventh-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for September. In school Johnston enjoys being in band and playing in the percussion section. He is in the Leadership Club now and is looking to join other clubs later in the school year. Outside of school he likes to swim, hang out with his friends and spend time on the computer. Part of his community involvement includes helping out in the past with the Lake Erie beach clean up. Johnston’s future goals is to attend college and earn a medical degree. He said that his favorite thing in the world to do is to be with his older brother, Keegan. The character trait he believes is most important for continuing success is perseverance. “Even when things are hard, I still will follow through on what my goals were set at,” Johnston said.

LS PRE CALCULUS STUDENTS DRAW PICTURES USING EQUATIONS

Inside Mrs. Brodies' Pre Calculus class at Lake Shore Senior High School students learned how to draw pictures using only equations in their graphing calculator. By using multiple types of equations with parameters, students applied information learned in order to change the width and shift the functions in multiple directions. Pictured are two of the students who made drawings. Shelby Grey (left) drew "The Road Trip", made from ellipses,circles,lines and absolute value equations. Luke Suleski (right) drew "Jackson The Man", made from circles,ellipses, lines, and parabolas. Other students made pictures of Christmas tree with a candy cane, a snowman, a cat, a fish being caught by a fishing pole and other unique ideas using the above equations as well as hyperbolas and inverse functions. Each student had to present their pictures to the class along with a short story. Students in class were able to incorporate what they learned while having fun too. ___________


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School News

OCTOBER CITIZENS OF THE MONTH

DERBY DELI

The Brant-Evans Citizens for Responsible Choices and Lake Shore Central Middle School would like to announce the October Citizens of the Month. These students are being honored for being good citizens in their school and community, as well as showing off their school spirit

LAUREN WOOD Lauren Elizabeth Wood is the daughter of Matt and Traci Wood of Angola. She is a sixth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for October. In school Wood enjoys being in band and plays clarinet. Her favorite class is English. Outside of school she likes to ride her bike, play softball and be with her friends. She also enjoys reading and drawing. Wood is a member of the Girl Scout Troop out of Lake Erie Beach Fire Hall. She also is a member of Holy Cross Lutheran Church. Her future goal is to become a veterinarian, taking care of all types of animals. Wood said her favorite thing in the world is music. The character trait she believes is the most important for continuing success is determination. “You have to be determined to complete the schooling that is needed to be a vet,” Wood said.

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ALYSSA GARDNER Alyssa Gardner is the daughter of Jim Garner and Kelly Gardner, both of Angola. She is an eighth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for October. In school Gardner enjoys being in the band, where she plays the flute. She is on the track team and is treasurer in the student government. Her favorite classes in school are math and biology. Outside of school she is involved in Hamburg Gymnastics, where she is a level nine and her favorite apparatus is the uneven bars. She also likes to read in her spare time. Gardner’s community involvement includes helping her mother at Cloverbank Elementary School at times. She is a member of Most Precious Blood Church. Her future goal is to go to college and become a veterinarian. Gardner said her favorite thing in the world is gymnastics. The character trait she believes is most important for continuing success is being trustworthy. “To get a good job, the employer needs to be able to trust that you will do your job,” Gardner said. __________

STUDENT OF THE MONTH - RESPECT

PAIGE WEST Paige West is the daughter of Greg and Michelle West of Derby. She is a seventh-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for October. In school West enjoys being in band and plays flute. She was in the musical “Legally Blonde” and her favorite subject in school is math. Outside of school she likes to swim, bike ride and hang out with her friends. She enjoys cooking at home, especialy making meatloaf and noodle salad, and babysitting. Part of her community involvement includes helping her mother at a developmental home. She is a member of the Wayside Presybeterian Church. West’s future goal is to attend college andbecome a nurse, working with newborns and young children. She said that her favorite thing in the world is to be with her family. They help her with everything, she said. The character trait she believes is most important for continuing success is reliability. “One needs to have people trust your, that you’ll do things the right way,” West said.

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Southtowns Catholic School celebrated Student of the Month on December 14th. The theme was "Respect". Each teacher picked the student in their class that demonstrated "respect" the best. Pictured: Savannah Reynolds, Kaylee Dodson, Max Barney, Nick Iglewski, Delaney Campbell, Claire Kruszka, Zoe Gonez, Abby Lopez, Luke Wickett, Alex Davis, Ella Skalski, Dominic Redman, Eric Bowman, Walt Rybczynski, Emma Gian, Shane Czora, Zachary Carr, Joseph Strozyk, Matthew Argy, Alix Novack, Joe Gogan, Quinn Griffin, John Klaffka, Marissa Huddy, Brianna Huddy, Christopher Huddy, Natalie Backus & Marina Travale. __________

LS GRADUATE ON DEAN’S LIST

Katherine Caboot, a 2010 Lake Shore graduate, made the Dean’s List for the 2012 Fall semester at St. Bonaventure with a GPA of 4.0. She is majoring in early education. Katherine is the daughter of Bryon and Jackie Caboot, of Derby. ________

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School News NOVEMBER CITIZENS OF THE MONTH

The Brant-Evans Citizens for Responsible Choices and Lake Shore Central Middle School would like to announce the November Citizens of the Month. These students are being honored for being good citizens in their school and community.

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MITCHELL McGARRITY Mitchell McGarrity is the son of Sean and Diane McGarrity of Angola. He is a sixth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for November. In school McGarrity enjoys playing a saxophone and is in the band and the jazz band. His favorite class is math. Outside of school he likes to soccer, camping and reading McGarrity is a former member of the Boy Scouts. He is a member of First Lutheran Church in Blasdell and participates in the annual Crop Walk. His future goal is to go to college. McGarrity said his favorite thing in the world is family and friends. The character trait he believes is the most important for continuing success is kindness. “If you are not kind to others, you will be alone and not get anywhere,” McGarrity said.

SOPHIA KOENIG Sophia Koenig is the daughter of Hans and Patricia Koenig, of Derby. She is an eighth-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for November. In school Koenig enjoys being in the band, where she plays in the percussion section. She is on the cross country and lacrosse teams. Her favorite class in school is English. Outside of school she plays hockey with the Hamburg Hawks as a center. Koenig’s community involvement includes volunteering to help with the Friends of the Night People. Her future goal is to be a clothing designer. Koenig said her favorite thing in the world is playing hockey. The character trait she believes is most important for continuing success is determination. “One needs to be determined, to be able to take everything step by step and to continue with it,” Koenig said. __________

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Miss Erica Aikin's Grade 8 class each did research on an immigrant coming over to the USA via Ellis Island and then pretended to be them. They presented facts on the country, heritage, foods, and customs. Some dressed the part, some brought foods in to taste. All brought a recipe to share. They all filled a "suitcase" and described the items they brought and why they brought them. They also needed to talk about their experience of coming over, the inspections at Ellis Island. Pictured: Bradley Darvill, Hunter Skoczylas, Elliott DiChristopher, Evan Herman, Nicholas Ralph, Eli Trembley, Evan Mangan, Molly Skalski, Matthew Argy & Claire Koessler. _________

MATTHEW MEMMO Matthew J. Memmo is the son of Rich and MaryLou Memmo of Derby. He is a seventh-grader and is a CRC Citizen of the Month for November. In school Memmo’s favorite subject in school is social studies. Outside of school he likes to bike ride and read. Memmo’s future goal is to own his own book store. He said that his favorite thing in the world is family. The character trait he believes is most important for continuing success is honesty. “If people aren’t honest, how can you tell if what is being said to you is true,” Memmo said.

The Lake Shore High School Academy of Business & Finance Students held their Christmas Bowling Party this year at Chick’s Bowling Alley. This year students decided to celebrate the holidays a bit differently! Instead of holding a Secret Santa, students decided to sponsor a needy family. When junior, Juliana Norton heard that there was a local family that was struggling to provide basic necessities for their family she proposed the idea of adopting the family in lieu of the Secret Santa. The idea was well received and the students got busy buying presents for the family. They had a great time shopping and wrapping. These remarkable, young adults coordinated and organized the entire event. Each grade level was given a member of the family to buy for. Students brought in toys, clothes, food, gift cards and other items to give to the family in order to help them celebrate the holidays. The students had a great time bowling while celebrating the true meaning of Christmas! __________


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SOUTHTOWNS CATHOLIC SCHOOL FIELD TRIP TO SHEA’S

SCS Students in Kindergarten, Grade 1 & Grade 2 had a field trip to Shea's Performing Arts Center for Shea’ s “On School Time Series”. The series offers live children’s theater on Shea’s main stage. Every show presented supports NYS Common Core standards and is chosen to enhance classroom curriculum. The children watched the Pushcart Players perform “Stone Soup and Other Stories”. Pictured are Joey Panzarella, Nick Kauzala & Alex Davis. __________

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The Lake Shore High School Freshman Academy welcomed the Class of 2016 through its doors this fall. Students in the freshman seminar classes have been participating in various teambuilding activities designed to showcase the value of working together to create positive outcomes. Although every student is different and unique, the thing all students have in common is that they are all freshmen and part of the same class. The goal is to use such consistency and collaboration to create class camaraderie. In addition to teambuilding, the Lake Shore 2016: Freshman Seminar students have been learning what it takes to be successful academically and socially in high school. Students are learning organizational skills, time management, note-taking, critical study and reading skills. This program is geared at preparing students so they can be successful in and after high school. The Freshman Academy motto is: "Strive for 85!" (or higher). The Lake Shore Freshman Academy supports students in their efforts to become successful academically, socially, behaviorally and emotionally here at Lake Shore. (Pictured: Lake Shore freshmen engaged in various teambuilding activities) __________

YMCA WRAP AROUND PERFORMS

On Wed., December 19th, the Wrap Around Class sang Christmas carols at the Holly Apartments in Angola. The children made bells and passed them out to the residents. The Wrap Around program is available for children enrolled in the PM UPK located at the W. T. Hoag Educational Center. For more information on the program, please call Olivia at the Southtowns YMCA at 674-9622 x 105. __________


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EVANS YOUTH BASEBALL 2013 Evans Youth Baseball is a local affiliate of Babe Ruth Baseball, Babe Ruth Softball, and Cal Ripken Leagues. Each year, it provides organized house and tournament baseball opportunities for approximately 500 children. Practices begin around April 1st. The house league season will begin on May 5th and end around July 1st for age 12 and younger. ONLINE REGISTRATION Register your child online! Go to the EYB website at http://www.evansyouthbaseball.com and click on the demosphere link listed under SITE PAGES. This is a safe and secure way to be sure your child is registered accurately and on time! OTHER FEES PLAYER ELIGIBILITY $25 per family for book of raffle tickets Boys 4-18 years of age as of May 1st, 2013 $25 per family volunteer fee (Bring a separate check. It will be returned to you if you volunteer Girls 4-16 years of age as of December 31st, 2012 $15 late fee will be strictly enforced after February 24th, 2012 IN PERSON REGISTRATION OPPORTUNITIES Sunday, January 27th from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Evans Center Fire Hall Tuesday, January 29th from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Evans Center Fire Hall Sunday, February 10th from 1 – 3 p.m. at the Evans Center Fire Hall REGISTRATION COST $65 for one (1) child ($45 per player special rate for Tee Ball/Pee Wee) $105 for two (2) children $125 for three (3) or more children

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Evans Youth Baseball & Softball

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PO Box 90, Derby, NY 14047 Player Information

Player Name:__________________________________________________

Home Phone: (716) __________-___________________

Street Address:_________________________________________________

Gender:

B

D/O/B: ___/___/___

G

City/State/Zip:__________________________________________________ e-mail address:______________________________________ Division:

T-Ball (4-5) Pee Wee (5-6) Rookie Boys (7-8)

Rookie Girls (7-9)

Major Girls (10-12)

Babe Ruth Girls (13-16)

Minor Boys (9-10) Major Boys (11-12) Babe Ruth Boys (13-15) Sr Boys (16-18)

Is child affiliated with any League sponsor?

No

Yes

Sponsor Name:______________________________________________

Parent / Guardian Information Father/Guardian: ______________________________________ Work/Cell Number: ________________________________________________ Mother/Guardian: _____________________________________

Work/Cell Number: _______________________________________________

Medical / Emergency Information Emer. Contact Name:_______________________________________ Phone:__________-_______________ Relation:______________________ List any medical conditions:

Shirt: YS YM YL

AS AM AL AXL AXXL

Uniform Size

Hat: Y

A

WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND DISCLAIMER I/We, the parent/guardian of the above named candidate to participate on an Evans Youth Baseball team, hereby give my/our approval to participate in any and all League activities, including transportation to and from the activities. I/We know that participation in this activity may result in serious injuries and protective equipment does not prevent all injuries to players, and do hereby waive, release, absolve, indemnify and agree to hold harmless Evans Youth Baseball, Babe Ruth Baseball, League Officials, members, the organizers, sponsors, participants and persons transporting my/our child to and from activities for any claim arising out of any injury to my/our child whither the result of negligence or for any other cause, except to the extent and in the amount covered by accident or liability insurance. I/We agree to return upon request any equipment issued to my/our child in as good condition as when received except for normal wear and tear. I/we understand that information given on this form may be shared with league coaches and officials as necessary. If not already provided, I/we will furnish a certified birth certificate of the above named candidate to League Officials. EMERGENCY MEDICAL AUTHORIZATION I the undersigned, parent or legal guardian of the participant, a minor, hereby authorize the managers, coaches, or parents of team members acting in the capacity of activity supervisors/vehicle drivers, as my Agents, to consent to medical, surgical or dental examination and/or treatment. In case of emergency I hereby authorize treatment and/or care by any qualified, licensed physician who is available. Father's/Guardian's Signature:

Date

Mother's/Guardian's Signature:

________________________________________________________

Date

________________________________________________________

PARENT/GUARDIAN VOLUNTEER INTEREST: Volunteer Name (A)__________________________________________ Volunteer Name (B) __________________________________________

Please indicate with ‘A’ and/or ‘B’ volunteer as identified in lines above

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