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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER AUGUST 12, 2012 83rd Year 42nd Week Circulation 9600

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Community Corner

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Announcements Events

DRIVE‑IN MOVIE NIGHT: Friday, August 24 at 8:45pm at Par‑ ish of Our Lady, 10708 Brant‑Angola Road, Brant, NY; cartoons plus “The Lorax”, 361‑1851. Notice

RUBBER STAMPS AVAILABLE at the Eden Penny Saver Of­ fice, 992‑4625; A Vil­ lage Locksmith, Derby, 947‑9071. THE WAGES of Sin is Death, but the Gift of God is Everlasting Life! Health & Fitness

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A VILLAGE LOCK­SMITH has DIS­COUNTED movie passes for Regal Cine­mas available

Employment Misc. Help Wanted

EXPERIENCED COOKS & DRIVERS WANTED ‑ Apply in person at PAT’S PIZZE­ RIA, 9542 Lake‑Shore Road, Point Breeze.

Personal Injury Lawyers

The Miserendino Law Firm, P.C. Over 50 Years Experience

Samuel R. Miserendino 1926 - 2006 Joy Ellen Miserendino Samuel R. Miserendino, Jr.

Angola Office By appointment

905 Lake St., Angola, NY 1-800-924-0936

HELP WANTED: Expe­ rienced Carpenter for new home framing. 485‑6054. LOOKING FOR a driv‑ er for local deliver­ ies. Some prior box truck driving experi­ ence re‑ quired. Looking for a team player who will practice excep­tional customer service with strong attention to de‑ tail and who will work with warehouse staff to ensure accu­ racy. Send resume w/salary history to amy.­cortese@irrsup‑ ply.com. WANTED LINE COOK. Apply at Seneca Hawk, Rts. 5 & 20, Irving. WANTED: Diesel Me­ chanic. Own tools, own transportation. 934‑3500. Industrial Help Wanted

FORKLIFT OPERA­ TOR: Small manufac­ turer in North Collins, hiring a full time forklift operator to load and un­ load trucks and main­tain inventory. Hiring for first shift. Ware­ house and shipping ex­perience re‑ quired. Ben­efits include medical and 401(k) plan. Send resume and salary re­ quirement to: Forklift Operator, P.O. Box 1500, North Col‑ lins, NY 14111, email dlu­c as@crescentmfg. net or apply in person at: CRESCENT MANU­ FACTURING, 10285 Eagle Drive, North Col‑ lins.

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pound

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ORANGE JUICE

2/ 6 $

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C

8 oz.

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each

pound

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3/99

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pound

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French Onion

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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Treasure Chest

AMERICAN LEGION POST 928

7353 Erie Road, Derby, N.Y. 14047 • 947-0928

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

Starting Next Week!

Tuna Sub - $4.00

CASINO TRIP September 5th

Skilled Trades

SHULTZ & CO.

EST. 1861 HARDWARE & APPLIANCES 2 NORTH MAIN ST. ANGOLA

GREAT PRICES! & SERVICE!

549-0262

SHOPPING LOCALLY HELPS EVERYONE IN THE COMMUNITY PROSPER!

CDL DRIVER: DRIVER with Class A license wanted to transport construction equip­ment. Must have knowl­ edge of DOT and OSHA regulations. Du­ ties in‑ clude moving heavy equipment, trans­porting dumpsters and light mechanical work. Car‑ pentry experience help‑ ful. Drug and alco­ hol test required. Bene­fits include health insur­ ance, dental insurance, paid vacation, 401K. 716‑646‑0047. ROUGH & FINISH Car­penters Needed: Expe­rienced only. Pay com­mensurate with experi­ ence, ben‑ efits, year ‑round work. 716‑646‑0047. Full Time Wanted

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Prices Effective 8-13 Thru 8-18

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SEASONED-BREADED

chickEN BABY FiNGERS BAck BUY ONE LB., RiBS GET ONE LB.

FREE

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“Certified Cutp&ped Hereford wra Beef”

Automobile Service Technician Wanted. Full Time Pay to Com­ pliment Experience. Mi‑ litellos Service ‑ Erie Rd. Derby. Full time/ part time, overnights, 10pm‑ 6am. Motivated, de­pendable person needed. Tim Horton’s of Eden, Tim Horton’s of Angola. Ap‑ ply within or TimHor‑ tons.com. MIXER: Small manufac­ turer in North Collins, hiring full‑ time mix‑ ers for first and second shifts. Seeking employ­ ees with good math skills, who have the ability to lift eighty plus pounds. In need of indi­ viduals who will under­ stand and follow written and verbal directions. Send resume and salary requirements to: Mixer, P.O. Box 1500, North Collins, NY 14111, email dlu­c as@crescentmfg. net or apply in person at: CRESCENT MANU­ FACTURING, 10285 Eagle Drive, North Col‑ lins.

ANTHONY J. BARONE JR. Attorney at Law 947-9222 Real Estate, Wills, Estates, Business Practicing law for over 30 years. in association with Serotte, Reich & Wilson

AMERICAN LEGION POST 928 7353 Erie Rd., Derby, NY 14047

NOW SERVING FULL LUNCHES Mon. - Thurs. FROM 11 AM - 7 PM DELIVERY AVAILABLE Including Subs, Reubens, Hot Roast Beef Dinner, Salads, Beef on Weck, Fried Bologna, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Tuna Melt, and more ...

WEEKLY SPECIALS: Mon. & Tues.: Texas Hots - $2.00 Wednesday: Fresh Baked Turkey Sandwiches - $2.25 Thursday: Limburger Cheese - $2.50 EVERY FRIDAY FISH FRY PLUS A FULL DINNER MENU, 11 AM - 8:30 PM

EVERY SUNDAY - BREAKFAST 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Serving Rib Dinner ALL Day, EVERY day!!!

Modern Banquet Room Available For weddings, showers, birthdays, business meetings, funerals, ANY kind of party. Call Peggy for reservations or a tour. 947-0928


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AUGUST 12, 2012 / PAGE 5

ECO

CLEAN UP ~ RECYCLE ~ GET PAID!

Top Prices Paid for Junk Vehicles!

IT’S TIME FOR SPRING CLEAN-UPS!! old appliances, wire, copper, brass, Hours: aluminum, batteries, stainless steel! Mon. - Fri. Recycle and CASH OUT!!!! 8-4:30; Sat. 9-12

BRANT AUTO PARTS

1132 Brant-Farnham Road (Rte. 249), Brant, NY 14027

Erie Co. Certified Scales

(716) 549-0600

DMV# 7097772

Vacation Bible School

August 20-24, 2012

9:00 a.m. - Noon Children who completed Grades K-6

Angola Wesleyan Church 636 Herr Road, Angola

Free

Questions: Call Kathy at 947-4674.

NOW HIRING: McDon­ ald’s, LavAzza Coffee and Sandella’s Pizza at the Angola Travel Plaza on the NYS Thruway. Full and part time posi‑ tions avail­able. All shifts available including over night. Management and cus­t odial/maintenance po­sitions also available. Call 549‑3605 or apply online at www.hiring­ towin.com. Enter code mcd07833c to apply for crew/maintenance posi­ tions. Enter code mcd07833m to apply for management posi­tions. Applications also ac‑ cepted in person at the Angola Travel Plaza. Part Time Wanted

HELP WANTED: Grill Cook. Part time sea­ sonal, experience needed. 7am‑ 2pm. Call 716‑851‑1642. HELP WANTED: Part­ time Cleaning Person in Angola. Call 549‑5600.

WANTED: Cleaner for Angola, village area. Call 549‑6382. Must have resume.

Financial Financial Services

I OFFER zero premium Medicare Advantage Plans (Part C).JOHN CHIAVETTA, Financial Consultant; 549‑1050 anytime. Insurance

LOW COST Contrac­ tors Insurance rates! In­cludes snowplowing coverage at no extra charge. Call today!! 648‑6100. SUPER LOW AUTO In­ surance Rates! Call for a quote today! 648‑6100.

MATT FROST

BUILDING & REMODELING Additions Garages Roofing Siding

627-9196

FREE ESTIMATES INSURED

Windows Decks Kitchens Baths


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

BLACK-TOP DRIVEWAY SEALING 512-2181

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LAMINATIONS, COPIES & FAXES The Angola Penny Saver will now be offering laminations and copies. PRICES AS FOLLOWS: LAMINATIONS: FAXES Business Card.........$ .50 8½ x 11....................$1.00 8½ x 14....................$1.50 11 x 17.....................$2.00

COPIES

8½ x 11 Single Sided...............$ .15 Double Sided.......................$ .30 8½ x 14 Single Sided..............$ .20 Double Sided.......................$ .40 11 x 17 Single Sided................$ .25 Double Sided.......................$ .50 Colored Paper.........................+$ .05

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Rental Real Estate

BIBLE SCHOOL COMING TO

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Gold Street, Angola

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Cell: 716-432-4642 Home: 716-941-6595 Insured

VFW POST 5798

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

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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DAILY LUNCH MENU with SUBS & WINGS

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AUGUST 12, 2012 / PAGE 7

LyndaMasonSellsHomes.com Still the Best Investment!

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DERBY 2 BEDROOM LUXURY Apt. 1050 sq. ft., Newly Renovated, AC, stainless appli­ ances, in‑unit laundry, covered patio & garage. $850/ month. 674‑1032. FOR RENT ‑ 2 BED­ ROOM APARTMENT in village. Includes ap­ pliances, dishwasher, washer, dryer and all utilities. 1st month rent and security with good references. No dogs. Call Jim 479‑7165, leave message.

PULL TABS!

Stop by and see us EAT in or TAKE-OUT

All are Welcome ps Open Daily Mon.- Sat. Sou Serving 11 am - 8 pm

$$$ Great Deal on 2BD in Derby $$$ 20 min. to downtown Buff. Wa­ ter/heat incl. Great deal $625. Call Amber for Tanglewood apts. 310‑3153. 1 BEDROOM Lower Apartment for Rent ‑ Angola. Includes utili­ ties. First & last secu­rity. 549‑5727. 1 BEDROOM upper in Derby, $450.00 a month. No pets. 947‑7774 ANGOLA: Studio Apart­ ment. Available Septem‑ ber 1st. $475/ month, $400 security. No pets. No smoking. 512‑5001. ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ APARTMENT FOR RENT: Athol Springs area. 2 bedroom up‑ per. Dishwasher. Wa‑ ter Only. No pets, non‑smoking building. Secu­rity deposit, lease. $500. Available immedi­ ately. (716)662‑9016. ▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼▼ APARTMENT FOR RENT: Cozy 2 bed­room in the Village of Angola. Includes: stove, refriger‑ ator & laundry hook‑ups with basement storage. $600/month, utilities not included. No pets or smokers. Available Au‑ gust 15th. 817‑3887. BRANT ‑ One bedroom upper, $300/ month plus security, no pets; 2 bedroom upper, $375/ month plus secu­rity, no pets. Call 712‑6801, Pat.

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DIANE P. McELROY (nee Linnan) A Mass of Christian Burial was held at St., Anthony Parish, Farnham, NY for Diane P. McElroy of Derby, NY who died August 6, 2012. She was the beloved wife of Richard M. McElroy; cherished mother of Terri (Anthony) Pecoraro, James (Michelle) McElroy, Kym (Alan) Ulicny; devoted grandmother of Amanda, Samantha, Jackson, Lauren, Danielle and great-grandmother of Norah; dear sister of Mary (Edwin) Nagel, Deacon Neal (Patricia) Linnan and Michael Linnan; loving sister-in-law of Robert (Maryann) McElroy, Rita Geraci and Michael (Fredelina) McElroy, also survived by numerous nieces , nephews and many friends. Diane was a teacher’s aide at Southtown’s Catholic School for 13 years, a member of Cursillo Movement of the Diocese of Buffalo and an extraordinary minister at St. Anthony Parish in Farnham, NY. Donations may be made in St. Anthony Parish. Online condolences and donations at www.lakesidefuneralhome. com. Arrangements by Lakeside Memorial Funeral Home, Inc., Hamburg, NY. ________

WALTER J. MERECKI SR. “Wally” A Mass of Christian Burial was held at St., Anthony’s Church, Farnham, NY on Tuesday for Walter J. Merecki of Angola who entered into rest on August 3, 2012. at age 68. He was the loving husband of Dorothy Merecki; father of Vincent (Wendy) Merecki, Shana (Kevin) Merecki, Walter Jr., (Rachel) Merecki, Ruth Ann (Billy) Kuhn’s. “Pops” to Peggy LaBarge, Rose (Gregory) Salisbury, Holly (William) Bateman, Richard Ruppert. Stepfather of Joseph (Jen) Liberatere, Geoffrey Liberatere, Amanda (Joe) Liberatere, and Nicholas Liberatere. Predeceased by his parents John and Lena Merecki. Brother of John (Faye) and Joe (Karen Merecki. Also survived by 28 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; many nieces, nephews, adopted kids and best friends Greg (Alie) Lee and Mary Jordan who will miss his quick wit and loving compassion. Wally was an avid hunter and fisherman and a lifetime member and Past Commander of American Legion Post 64, South Buffalo, NY He will always be remembered for his humor and compassion for others and his love of life. Arrangements made by Addison Funeral Home, Inc., Angola, NY. ________ ZENON KOWAL “Sonny” Funeral Services were held on Thursday at Parish of Our Lady in Brant for Zenon Kowal of Angola who was born July 8, 1923 and died August 6, 2012 at age 89. He was the beloved husband of Lore (Bachmann) Kowal; loving father of Robert (Jean), Andre (Ginny) Kowal and Diane (Daryl) Andolina; grandfather of Wayne, Rebecca, Wilhelm “Will”, Lee, Andrea, Caroline, Benjamin; great-grandfather of Meg, Peter and Lucianna; predeceased by six brothers. Sonny was a retired Ford Auto Worker. Arrangements by Wentland Funeral Home, North Collins, NY.

ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Obituaries

DID YOU KNOW?

The government does not automatically seize the assets of a person who dies without leav‑ ing a will. When men and women die without a will, they leave what is known as intestacy. Should a person die with no next of kin, then the deceased’s assets will end up under gov‑ ernment control. When a person with family dies without a will, then a formula is used to allo‑ cate those assets. While this ensures a person’s assets will not go to the government, it does not ensure that a person’s assets will necessar‑ ily be distributed how they had hoped or in‑ tended. This highlights the importance men and women must place on creating a will while they are alive and updating that will as they see fit throughout their life.

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ANGOLA LAKESIDE MARKET & DELI ~~ Sausage Central ~~ WHERE THE PRICE IS RIGHT ---------------------Rights Reserved

9155 LAKESHORE ROAD, ANGOLA --- 549-3210

Sale Prices Begin TUESDAY

Master Card, Visa, American Express

WHOLE BEEF Cut & $ STRIP LOINS Wrapped

6.49

lb.

Great for the Grill

5.99

3.99

$

PORK CHOPS

lb.

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lb.

CHOICE BONELESS

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lb.

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47.99

PACK 2

3 lbs. Center Cut Pork Chops 3 lbs. Beef Stew 3 lbs. Chuck Roast 3 lbs. Ground Chuck 3 lbs. Italian Sausage $

52.99

Prices subject to change without notice.

3.69

$

lb.

lb.

3.99

$ PORK TENDERLOINS

PACK 3

lb.

62.99

PACK 4

5 lbs. Boneless Pork Chops 5 lbs. Ground Chuck 5 lbs. Boneless Chicken Breast 5 lbs. Italian Sausage 5 lb. bag Chicken Fingers $

87.99

10.99

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Congresswoman Kathy Hochul was not deterred by a near-monsoon. “I’m glad to be at the Evans Democratic Club picnic,” she announced as she was welcomed to the annual event by Town Chair Robert “Bob-cat” Catalino, Sr. in the early afternoon of Sunday, August 5. The picnic started during a thunderstorm interrupting the summer drought. Hochul welcomed the rain, given the parched condition across much of her rural district. Hochul’s relationship with Evans goes back to when she was County Clerk and her oversight included the DMV office in the Evans Town Hall. Given the redistricting of the Congressional seats, Evans will now be in Hochul’s Congressional district instead of being in Hon. Brian Higgins’ district. She is running for re-election this fall. By three o’clock the skies had cleared and the potluck picnic proceeded in sunshine, with the usual offerings, and a variety of desserts, of which one was made by State Assembly candidate Christina Abt. Abt is a former Evans resident who ran an award-winning horse farm before moving to Eden. She is running in the newly formed 147th District. In addition to Congresswoman Hochul and Assembly candidate Abt, other local officials were there to meet with Evans voters. This included candidates for County Democratic Chair Jeremy Zellner and Jim Eagan. Also attending was Dennis Ward, a Commissioner of the Erie County Board of Elections, and attorney Jim Vallone, a former Cheektowaga justice. Evans officials included town Board member Paul Cooper and Town Clerk Jonica DiMartino. Leaving the Eden Corn Fest for a visit to the picnic was Eden Democratic Chair Molly McLaughlin. “We’re pleased to have so many elected officials and candidates at our picnic,” noted town Chair Catalino. “Although we’re a small town, Evans enjoys a good turnout on Election Day. The fact that they came out to meet with Evans voters shows how important this town is to their election.” The winner of the 50/50 split club at this year’s picnic was Russ Manguso, the Chief of the Parks Department and a basket of cheer went to Kelly Tanyi. The next Club meeting is Tuesday, August 21, 2012 at 7:30 p.m., at the VFW on Route 5, near Lake Street. ________

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RAZZ AND FRIENDS CHAUTAUQUA JAZZ AT GAZEBO

A group new to the gazebo, Razz And Friends, will be at Angola’s Centennial Park from 7:00 to 9:00 PM on Wednesday, August 15th. The group was suggested by several Angola concert regulars. The evening is sponsored by the Evans Township Lions Club, Inc. Razz And Friends is a quintet based group with Barbara Jean, an exceptionally fine vocalist; Razz (Ralph Rasmusson) playing alto and tenor saxophones, clarinet, flute and harmonica; and the rhythm section of Frank Farina on piano, Bill Winchester on drums, and Lloyd Howard on bass. The band originally formed in 1992, with Bill Winchester joining in 1996 and Barbara Jean joining in 2001 as an occasional volcaist and becoming their full time vocalist in 2002. Their repertoire consists mostly of songs from Duke Ellington, Cole Porter and other fine composers, as well as featuring original songs by Barbara Jean in the American standards tradition. Handicapped parking is off High and Center Streets if you arrive early. The Brant-Evans Girl Scouts sell refreshments at the park. The ice cream man has been making a stop at the park each week. The rain location for all of the summer 2012 concerts will be the New Angola Theater on North Main Street. Next week, on Wednesday, August 22, The Krew Band sponsored by Evans Bank and Evans Agency will present the second last concert of the season. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the concert. ________

WHAT’S NEW AT THE ANGOLA PUBLIC LIBRARY? ADULT BOOKS FictionA Room Full of Bones, Elly Griffiths; Wicked Business, Janet Evanovich; Night Watch, Linda Fairstein; Odd Apocalypse, Dean Koontz; I, Michael Bennett, James Patterson; Close Your Eyes, Iris Johansen; The Care and Handling of Roses With Thorns, Margaret Dilloway Non-FictionNo Happy Cows, John Robbins; Chasing Daylight, Eugene O’ Kelly DVDScandal; Casa de mi Padre CD’sElation, Great White J-FictionAbout Average, Andrew Clements; A Perfect Time for Pandas- Magic Tree House #48, Mary Pope Osborne; Guys Read the Sports Pages, Jon Scieszka; The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morrie Lessmore, William Joyce J-Non-FictionThe Wimpy Kid Movie Diary, Jeff Kinney ________

The Community Action Organization of Erie County and the Samaritan Counseling Center have collaborated with the Evans Parent to Parent Group to let parents discuss issues facing teens and young adults in our community. The group’s main goals are to educate parents of the warning signs of substance abuse or self destructive behaviors, share resources and treatment options, and build community involvement. Recently Parent to Parent invited the TLC Health Network Chemical Dependency Program to speak to the group. Michael Waring and Kimberly Covino were able to discuss warning signs with parents and treatment options available. Officer LaRosa from the Town of Evans Police department also spoke to the group about what the community can do to make a difference. He stated, “If you see something, say something.” The Town of Evans Police department tip line is 217-3585. “We are so glad to be able to take a proactive stance in our community, some of these kids really need help.” said one member. Another parent added, “It’s nice to get answers from someone who knows what they are talking about, now we have options.” The Parent to Parent group meets every Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Action Organization located at 251 N. Main St., in Angola. This is an open group and any parent or concerned citizen is urged to attend. ________

TEENS SEEK MORE COUNSELING

The Mental Health Clinic at Community Concern saw a 184% jump in teens seeking behavioral healthcare. Jerry Bartone, executive director, reports that 92 adolescents age 14-18, and their families, have requested counseling and psychiatric care this year. “There are so many factors affecting teens,” says Bartone. “With the struggling economy making it difficult for families these days, many teens feel alone and often have a difficult time resisting negative peer pressure and avoiding dangerous situations. At the same time, the abuse of prescription pain medications has been growing among teens at an alarming rate. With only a third of teens saying they feel they have adequate family support, readily available teen oriented counseling services are more critical than ever.” There is good news. “More adolescents are seeking professional help, and they are involving their parents,” reported Bartone. “The biggest barrier to accessing mental health services has always been the cost. Thanks to funds from grants provided by Evans Bank Foundation and New Era Cap, Community Concern of WNY has been able to make available group and individual counseling in the high school. “They say that the opportunity to be in counseling allows them to say what they feel without fear of punishment or judgement. Teens more readily use advice from someone other than their teachers or parents. They tell me counseling allows them to concentrate better on academics.” said Burt. For additional information, call Community Concern of Western New York at 947-5025 or visit their office at 6722 Erie Road (Rt. 5), Derby, NY 14047. Community Concern is a non-profit agency that depends upon financial donations and volunteer efforts to provide these critical services. Save lives, make a donation today to Community Concern of Western New York. ________

TABS THAT GIVE BACK

The 2011-2012 school was a success year for the students, faculty, and staff of J.T. Waugh. Students worked hard to be successful in and out of the classroom as our ultimate goal is to develop productive, contributing citizens. Students and their families contributed to their school and community through monthly “Community Project”. The ideas for the projects either went along with a curriculum theme (Red Ribbon Week) (100 Pairs of Socks for the City Mission to match 100 Days of School-February), Nationally recognized movements (Pink Ribbons-October), or others that were thought up by teachers or students (sponsoring a puppy to be raised here in Angola for the blind- June) (Collecting tabs for the Ronald McDonald House-May). Whatever the cause the students, staff, families, and in many projects-friends and neighbors worked together to make the project a success. Joining together strengthens us as a school and a community. Pictured is Haley Murray as she delivers the 20+ lbs. of tabs that J.T. Waugh collected for the Ronald McDonald House. It was Haley’s idea to collect the tabs as our Community Project for May, so that the money raised from the pop tabs could be used to help the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House while their child was being treated at Children’s Hospital. ________

2012 COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

Evans Center Ladies Auxiliary is proud to announce this years Community Service Award winner is Paul Greiner. The award is given to a deserving high school graduating senior who dedicates time and energy to the community. Paul recently completed the essentials training to qualify as an active firefighter for Evans Center Volunteer Fire Company ________

HOST FAMILIES NEEDED!

Once again Lake Shore will be hosting a delegation of adults and students from China from the evening of October 1 to the morning of October 5. There are two adults and 32 students- 6 girls and 26 boys. The students range in age from 12 to 14 years old. We are looking for families who are willing to host one or more students for the duration of their visit. We hope you will consider this opportunity to be a part of a valuable and rewarding exchange of cultures. If you are interested, please contact Chris Walsh at 9262461 or cwalsh@lakeshorecsd.org at Highland Elementary School for more information. ________


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FOURTH GRADERS ADD BEAUTY TO THE OFFICE Students artists were called on to add beauty and a touch a childlike flare to the J.T. Waugh Main Office and they didn’t disappoint. Mrs. Smadino, Art teacher, had fourth grade students develop an idea for a 3’x 8’ mural to be the select piece on display that would be the centerpiece to greet one and all who enter the school’s Main Office. The colorful mural includes a sunflower that surrounds the Earth wrapped with children, sea turtles, and other wonderful eye catching sights. Mr. Glen Smith, Head Custodian, furnished a handmade frame that will allow the piece to be changed in the future with other artwork. The vibrant piece done with love and creativity warms the whole office and share to those entering a great first impression of what our students at J.T.Waugh are capable of. ________

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f you like the heat and sunshine that this summer has offered, like most of us, you probably don’t want it to end. However, before you know it, it will be back to school for area high school and college students. If you’ve made a recent visit to your local supermarket or department store, you have no doubt noticed the entrances of those stores filled with school supplies and accessories. For families with children, back-toschool time brings big changes in lifestyles as well as shopping patterns. We, at the new Angola Pennysaver, will try to ease you back into the school year and offer you an abundance of goods and services that you will need to get you into the back to school season. This special section is appropriately entitled ‘Back To School.’ It will offer a variety of businesses that focus on the new school year. What would a new school year be without new clothes and accessories. We will help fashion prep your child or young adult. Lets face it, teens are very clothes conscious so we will suggest advertisers that appeal to that sense. In addition, kids of every age will want a fresh hair style for the new school year. Our many area salons will want to cater to their needs. This guide also features all that you need to get your child ready, from doctor and dental visits to sports check-ups and eye exams. We’ll get you in touch with car dealers as well as car care centers. Are you in need of a pre-school, day care center or an after-school dance studio or perhaps a gym membership, for either yourself or your children ? We’ve got you covered there too. For the college bound students, we will show you how to stock up on college wardrobes for less. Enjoy the remaining “dog days” of summer and let us help you make the transition ‘Back to School’.

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Stock up on college wardrobe essentials for less Prior to starting school, many students spend a portion of the summer scouting aisles of clothes at area stores to expand their wardrobes. Students entering or already enrolled in college may want to make subtle changes in the clothes they select. College students hoping to make a good impression may want to pay attention to the clothes they choose to wear to school, job interviews, formal functions and networking opportunities. Remember, you can network with everyone from fellow students to professors and other staff. This is why it can pay to concentrate on always looking dapper and well kept when attending classes or being on campus. College students who already are facing high tuition bills and costs for textbooks and supplies may feel they do not have the funds for a respectable wardrobe. However, it is possible to get professional-looking clothes on a budget. * Start with the basics. Begin with the basics when assessing your wardrobe. Certain essentials can be used in many different ways. For example, suit starters, consisting of suit jacket, slacks (and skirts for women) and button-down shirts, can be mixed and matched. The slacks can be worn with just about any top, and the same goes for skirts. Pair a jacket with khakis or jeans for a less formal look that is still professional. The button-down shirt can dress up jeans and look crisp but not overly done-up. * Select a muted color palette. That great floral blouse may look tempting, but something that has a large pattern or is easily recognizable cannot be worn as frequently as something less noticeable. College students have minimal storage space and minimal funds for drawers full of clothes. It pays to find pieces that can be reused over and over. Basic colors, especially solid

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colors, are more versatile than more colorful items. * Have at least one good suit. A well-fitting suit is an asset to a student going out on interviews or participating in internships. Be sure to have one or more suits or formal pairings that will serve well when you need to put your best foot forward. Have the clothing dry cleaned frequently enough so it is always readypressed and sharp looking. * Stock up on dark-wash jeans. Dark-colored jeans in a trouser cut look more professional than those that have been acid stained and purposely cut or full of holes or are too form-fitting. When going out, it is alright to wear trendier items, but in the classroom or when representing yourself and the school, you may want to wear more understated attire. A few basic shirts, sweaters and cardigans can be mixed and matched to look professional. * Shop sales or at discount stores. Just because you need to look polished doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune. Many discount stores, consignment shops and big-name retailers have classic styles in off-brands that are not as expensive. Shop at the end of the season when stores are clearing out old merchandise for the next round of clothing. Since classic pieces never go out of style, spend the end of the season shopping for lightweight clothes that can be worn next year instead of paying full price for autumn wardrobes right now. * Choose clothes that can be cleaned in a washing machine. Check the care labels inside of clothes before purchase. Having too many pieces that need to be dry-cleaned can eat away at your budget. Select fabrics that are more durable and can be washed easily. * Ask for clothing as gifts. As a child, you may have cringed when you received clothes as a gift. But now that you’re older, clothing as a gift can be an asset. If you don’t trust the shopping skills of gift-givers, say that gift cards to specific retailers would be much appreciated. * Don’t be shy about hand-me-downs. Certain family members or friends you know may have gently worn pieces of professional clothing that they can share. Rather than have these people put items in the donation bin, ask if you can look through the clothing to see if any items will enhance your wardrobe. Do not be embarrassed about asking for quality pieces on social media, either. Browse online auction and retail sites, such as Ebay or Etsy, for low-cost clothing. While you may not have to retrofit every piece of clothing to create an adequate college wardrobe, it pays to add pieces that will showcase your professionalism -- especially to those people who still may judge a book by its cover.


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Teaching kids to be green The children of today are the decision-makers of the future. Therefore, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s imperative that youngsters learn about the planet and how to protect it. Teaching children about the ways they can protect the planet or make simple changes to decrease their carbon footprints now may pave the way for more informed adults later, and children can discover the benefits of giving back rather than taking more. * Bike, walk or carpool. Kids are in transit just as much as their adult counterparts, and how they get from point A to point B can help or hurt the environment. From home to school, from school to an extracurricular activity, from an extracurricular activity back to home, transportation is a large part of the day. Automobiles

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consume large amounts of fossil fuels and also release harmful contaminants into the air via their exhaust systems. Walking or biking to school gives children the opportunity to enjoy fresh air and exercise while reducing their reliance on fuels. If school is too far away, involve kids in the set-up of a carpool with friends and discuss the benefits of riding together. * Take a trip. Children are visual creatures and often learn the best lessons by seeing what something is all about. A day trip to a working farm or a recycling center can teach important lessons about sustainability and conservation. * Shop secondhand. Children and toys go hand-in-hand. However, what was once the latest and greatest toy can quickly become overshadowed by something new tomorrow. Explain the benefits of getting gently used toys, clothing and books instead of purchasing them new. Doing so reduces the reliance on the production of new things, cuts down on shipping and also saves money. Encourage kids to set up a toy swap where they pass on toys they no longer find interesting to others who can enjoy them. * Lead by example. When installing new LED bulbs or switching out an appliance for an Energy Star-rated model, explain to children why this is being done. Children learn quickly and can grasp abstract ideas more easily than adults may think. They soon may catch on and make their own green changes, such as turning off lights when not in rooms, unplugging game chargers when not in use or using less water while brushing teeth before bed. * Cook together. Instead of purchasing fast food and processed, packaged foods or traveling to a restaurant, make a meal at home that everyone can enjoy. Not only will this enable the family to talk about important local and global issues, it saves energy and reduces the familyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s carbon footprint as well.


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“because neural response to music is a widely distributed system within the brain, it would not be unreasonable to expect that some processing networks for music and language behaviors, namely reading, located in both hemispheres of the brain would overlap.” Music education is not just for the average student. Other research shows it may be beneficial to children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. A study completed at Stanford University showed that mastering a musical instrument improves the ability to process parts of the spoken language. The researchers believe that additional research might develop a way to use the knowledge obtained in the study to increase language development for individuals with dyslexia or cognitive disorders. In many schools, music education is being drastically reduced or eliminated. Parents may want to look outside the classroom for music instruction or play more music at home.

Back-to-school party ideas Music education can help with school skills Music’s efficacy as a teaching tool has long been studied. Though some still doubt if music has any effect on student performance, a strong body of evidence suggests otherwise. Studies into the effects of music on learning are nothing new. Such studies have been conducted for decades, gaining popularity during the 1950s when research was done on something called the “Mozart Effect.” The Mozart Effect theorizes that listening to Mozart can temporarily improve performance and may even boost a person’s IQ. In response, many parents started playing Mozart and other classical music in their homes. By the late 1990s, Baby Einstein, a company that offers a wide range of developmental and entertainment products for babies and toddlers, released a series of CDs and videos that prominently featured classical music amid visual learning sequences for young children. “Baby Mozart,” “Baby Bach” and “Baby Beethoven” were just a few of the videos capitalizing on the evidence that children learn more when exposed to classical music. Ongoing research continues to support the theory that music education can help children on many levels. In Canada, a research group from McMaster University conducted their own study into music education. That study, which was published in the journal Brain in 2006, examined two groups of children, ages 4 to 6. Each were taught the same lessons, but one group was also given musical instruction. The study found that the group of children who received musical instruction scored much better than their peers in literacy, mathematics, IQ, and memory skills. Long Island University researchers Joseph Piro and Camilo Ortiz found that children exposed to a multi-year program of music instruction, involving training in increasingly complex rhythmic, tonal, and practical skills, displayed superior cognitive performance in reading skills compared to their peers who did not receive musical training. The authors concluded that,

Back-to-school season is on the horizon, and many students and parents are either loving or loathing the idea of starting a new school year. For some, a party to commemorate the new school year and the end of summer is customary. Hosting a fun event for the soon-to-be students is one way to make the most of vacation time. * Go with a theme. Maybe the theme is rulers and text books, ABCs, or science, and it can run through the decorations used, the games played, the food served, and many other aspects of the event. Consider a science experiment inspired volcano cake that is oozing strawberry jam. * Include some educational games. Some students experience educational backsliding during summer vacation. That is why many schools have summer reading lists that educators feel promote lesson reinforcement for the coming school year. With this in mind, plan activities around concepts children learned in school. Think about math problem relay races, art projects, reading a story and reenacting it in a play form, or science experiments using solar energy. * Host a campout reading marathon. Encourage guests to bring sleeping bags and favorite books to a campout under the stars. Most of the time can be spent reading while breaks can be devoted to exercising, making campout snacks or telling campfire stories. * Rent out a fun bus or truck. Since many students will be spending a good deal of time on a school bus once the new school year commences, tie into those jaunts to school by renting the services of a game bus or truck. Some vendors will park their vehicles in front of the house for an hour or more, allowing children to climb inside and enjoy themselves on play equipment or compete in video game competitions inside specialized gaming trucks. * Plan a group event at the beach. Spending time seaside can be educational and enjoyable at the same time. Enlist the help of a few chaperones and set up an area on the beach where kids can play and explore the wonders of nature around them. Pack picnic-type snacks or ask attendees to bring items themselves. * Plan a trip to the school. First-time students may be anxious about what to expect during their first days of school. Having friends who are slightly older accompany younger kids to school to give a tour and show them the ropes make the experience less frightening. Afterward, meet at a pizzeria to enjoy some slices and soda. * Host a classic pool party. Of course, some kids want to commemorate the end of summer vacation by enjoying the pool one last time. Have a classic pool party and barbecue in the yard for everyone to enjoy.


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After-care options for dual-income families In a perfect world, school and work hours would run concurrently. But the average school day begins at 9:00 a.m. and continues until 3:00 p.m., while the average work day lasts from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. As a result, parents must arrange for child care during those hours when school is out, but Mom and Dad are still at work. The two-income family is more common than ever before. Up until the 20th century, a dual-income family was rare. Today, however, roughly 80 percent of families in North America have both parents working, and many find it is impossible to live on one income. Dual-income families often have to make difficult choices about child care. If a mother returned to work shortly after giving birth, day care was probably arranged early on. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2010, 48 percent of children ages 0 to 4 with employed mothers were primarily cared for by a relative. Twentyfour percent spent the majority of their time in a center-based arrangement. As children grow and attend elementary school, traditional day care is usually not an option and parents have to make other arrangements. School-based care Many schools offer programs both before and after school, many of which are reasonably priced. This helps dual-income families, but may not be practical during early-release days, during teacher planning days or holiday breaks. Programs that help parents before school typically allow working parents to drop off their children before the parents head to work. The students are kept in the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gym or cafeteria until the regular school day begins. The same scenario applies to after school programs. At dismissal, after-care students will return

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to the designated location to work on homework or engage in some activities with other after-care participants until their parents arrive to take them home. Family and friends Parents who prefer a different situation than school-based care frequently turn to friends or family members to bridge the gap between school and work. Students who carpool may be dropped off early at the driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home and stay there after school until their parents get home. In addition, many families have welcomed older relatives back into their homes in light of the struggling economy. In such instances, grandparents or aunts and uncles can look after the kids once school has ended for the day. After-school programs Some children are enrolled in care centers that watch children before school, bus them to school and then return in the afternoon to pick up the children again. This is one of the more costly options in child care. However, it may be more educationally structured than the care programs provided at school. Students who participate in sports or academic clubs may have an arrangement to stay with a teacher, coach or club administrator until their parents are home from work. These programs vary depending on the region of the country and the particular school district. Personal finances also play a role in the type of care families can afford. When the decision is made, there are some questions parents should ask before enrollment. * What is the ratio of caregivers to students? * What is the cost of the program? * How are delayed opening days and early dismissal days handled? Holidays and breaks? * What happens if I arrive late? * What activities will take place? * Is there ample time for homework? * Are caregivers teachers or volunteers? * Are background checks conducted? * Is financial assistance available? * What is the turn-over rate of staff? * Is there a nurse available? * Who oversees the program? * Is busing available? * How are emergencies handled? * How is poor behavior handled? * May I visit the program for a check-in? * With whom do I speak, etc.


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How to help kids choose an extracurricular activity

Today’s kids are busier than ever before. Commitments in the classroom

Teens make ideal volunteer When it comes to volunteering, perhaps no group of people is better suited to volunteering their time and services than teenagers. Teenagers typically have lots of free time and are liable to gain great perspective on life from helping others. Teenagers applying for or hoping to one day go to college can also benefit from listing volunteer experience on their college applications. While some might suggest that’s not reason enough to volunteer, it is a benefit to teens looking to stand out among a crowded pool of college applicants. But one of the problems many teens face when deciding to volunteer is finding an opportunity that suits them. Fortunately, teenagers have many opportunities to volunteer at their disposal. Special Olympics Teens who love sports can combine that passion for competition with their desire to help others by volunteering with the Special Olympics (www.specialolympics.org). The Special Olympics provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of sports to adults and children with intellectual disabilities. Volunteering opportunities with the Special Olympics run the gamut of sports, from coaching to keeping score to being there to cheer on the athletes. Habitat for Humanity Teens who enjoy working with their hands might want to consider volunteering with Habitat for Humanity (www.habitat.org). Habitat for Humanity was founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Teens can help build simple and affordable homes for low-income families. Reading Is Fundamental Young readers might embrace Reading Is Fundamental (www.rif.org), which works to motivate children to read by working with them, their parents and their community to make reading a fun and beneficial part of everyday life. Many high school and college students volunteer with RIF, and a volunteer might read books aloud to kids or help in any number of areas, including selecting and ordering books and organizing and participating in book events. The Sierra Club Eco-conscious teenagers might find the Sierra Club (www.sierraclub.org) is the right fit for them. The Sierra Club works to create a safe and healthy community in which to live and provide smart energy solutions to combat global warming. Volunteers can participate in a number of activities through their local chapters. These activities range from working with community outreach programs to partaking in Online Action Teams that promote the Sierra Club and its missions through social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Additional Opportunities The above opportunities are just a few of the hundreds of options available to teens hoping to volunteer. Local homeless shelters, food banks, religious organizations, animal shelters, and even state parks are some of the places teens can contact to learn about volunteering opportunities in their area.

coupled with a full slate of extracurricular activities have ensured that many of today’s school-aged children don’t have a minute to spare. While it’s important for kids to embrace extracurricular activities, parents know it’s not always easy helping kids find the right activity that allows them to grow outside the classroom while still focusing on their responsibilities inside it. In addition, kids’ interests tend to change at the drop of a hat, so something they want to do today might bore them come tomorrow. To help kids choose and manage their extracurricular activities, consider the following tips. * Emphasize that schoolwork must come first. Kids get excited about extracurricular activities, especially ones involving sports where they get to spend time playing with their friends. But parents should emphasize that school still comes first and that, if schoolwork starts to suffer, participation in extracurricular activities will be put on hold until kids get their studies back on track. * Go over coursework at the start of the school year. Examine a child’s course load before choosing an extracurricular activity. It’s important to do this each year, as coursework gets more difficult as children get older. Just because a child could handle a couple of afterschool activities a week when he or she was in fifth grade does not mean such a schedule will be as manageable when the same child reaches high school. Go over coursework and requirements as early as possible, preferably before the school year starts, so you and your child can get a grip on what can and can’t be handled with regards to extracurricular activities. * Get a grasp of the commitment required of a given activity. Extracurricular activities require various levels of commitment. Varsity sport participation, for example, typically requires daily commitment and often requires kids to participate on weekends or even the sport’s “off-season,” which may include summer vacation. However, volunteering with a local charity likely won’t require such a large commitment and such charities often allow volunteers to choose their own schedules. Parents and their children should consider the level of commitment an extracurricular requires and choose the activity they’re most comfortable with. * Don’t overlook the social benefits of extracurricular activities. When helping kids choose an extracurricular activity, it’s important to leave the ultimate decision in their hands. After all, kids won’t get much of the experience if they’re reluctant to participate. However, parents should not overlook the social benefits of extracurricular activities. Consider those benefits when helping kids choose activities, especially if they’re likely to choose solitary activities like learning a musical instrument. It’s good to encourage such interests, but also try to encourage a balance between solitary activities and ones that encourage socialization with peers, such as a sports team, debate club or volunteering with other students at a local charity. * Don’t forget the fun factor. Extracurricular activities are not just supposed to instill character, they’re also supposed to be fun. If kids aren’t having fun or showing any interest in a given extracurricular activity, then help them find another one. Kids need time to have fun away from school just like adults need time for fun away from the office. Weigh how enjoyable a given activity figures to be for your youngster before signing them up.


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innovative lunch containers that can make separating school lunches easy. Few kids want to dig into a brown paper sack and pull out something that has been so squashed it’s unrecognizable. Partitioned lunch boxes enable you to pack different items together where they can be stored separately. The divisions also help you remember to include foods from the basic food groups, such as a fruit, vegetable, protein, starch and dairy item. * Have your child make a list of his or her favorite foods. Once the list has been made, see how you can make the foods healthier. For example, if chicken nuggets make the list, prepare your own nuggets with white meat chunks that are baked, not fried. If there are a number of bread items, see if you can substitute whole grain breads instead of white, bleached varieties. * Get creative. Children may not be inclined to eat loose pieces of fruit. But if the fruit is stuck on skewers or served with a low-fat dipping sauce or caramel, it may look more appealing. Look to “mini” foods, which tend to be more fun as well. Little sandwiches and little burgers may present an optical illusion, where kids think they’re eating only a small amount, but actually it’s a full serving. * Hide healthy foods within others. There are entire recipe books that teach you how to mix fruits and vegetables into desserts to increase nutritive value. Everything from spinach to tofu to beets have been included in items like cake, cookies and brownies. So if kids are reticent to dig into their greens, try a clever hiding method. * Cut foods into fun shapes. Kids may be more inclined to eat a turkey and cheese sandwich if it’s cut into star shapes or their favorite cartoon characters. Invest in a few cookie cutters so that lunchtime becomes fun time. * Don’t let the time of day dictate what you serve. As long as kids are eating healthy items, it doesn’t matter when they eat them. If a child loves bagels, choose whole wheat bagels and add an egg on top for a nutritious lunch. Serve with a gelatin dessert that contains chunks of fruit and low-fat milk, and you’re set. There are many different ways to improve homemade lunches for the better.


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5:00 4:30 4:30 5:00

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BOYS JV/V SOCCER Varsiety Coach: P. Taylor/ JV Coach: R. Tonelli

8/28/12 8/30/12 9/5/12 9/7/12 9/12/12 9/14/12 9/17/12 9/20/12 9/27/12 10/2/12 10/4/12 10/9/12 10/11/12 10/17/12 10/19/12

JV/V @ Sr. High Field Depew Away Silver Creek V only Home Holland Away Springville Away East Aurora Home Maryvale Away Pioneer Home Cheektowaga Away Amherst Home Springville Home East Aurora Away Maryvale Home Pioneer Away Cheektowaga Home Amherst Away

6:30 4:30 4:30 5:00 5:00 10:00 4:45 4:30 5/JV, V 6:30

4:30 5:00 4:30 4:30

4:30/JV 7/V

4:00 4:30 4:30

5/JV 6:30/V

4:30 4:30 4:30

5/JV 6:30/V

4:30 4:30 5:00 4:30

4:30/JV 6:30/V 4:30/JV 5:30/V

9/19/12 9/25/12 9/27/12 9/28/12 10/4/12 10/9/12 10/11/12 10/15/12 10/19/12 10/22/12 10/25/12 10/29/12

BOYS MODIFIED VOLLEYBALL Coach:Eric Fassel Middle School Gym West Seneca West Home Orchard Park Away Hamburg Home Frontier Away West Seneca East Home Eden Home West Seneca West Away Orchard Park Home Hamburg Away Frontier Home Eden Away West Seneca East Away

4:45 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 5:00 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:45

9/17/12 9/19/12 9/21/12 9/27/12 10/1/12 10/3/12 10/11/12 10/13/12 10/18/12 10/22/12 10/25/12 10/29/12

GIRLS MODIFIED VOLLEYBALL Coach: C. Musty Middle School Gym Pioneer Away Springville Away Hamburg Away Eden Away Orchard Park Home Frontier Home Springville Home Hamburg Home Eden Home Orchard Park Away Frontier Away Pioneer Home

5:00 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:30 5:00 4:30 4:30 4:30

5/JV, V 6:30

GIRLS' MODIFIED SOCCER Coach: Breanna Blasz JT Waugh/ Middle or High School Fields 9/18/12 John F. Kennedy Home 4:30 9/22/12 Springville Away 10:00 9/25/12 Pioneer Home 4:30 10/1/12 East Aurora Away 4:30 10/3/12 Eden Home 5:00 10/12/12 Holland Home 4:30 10/15/12 John F. Kennedy Away 4:30 10/18/12 Springville Home 4:30 10/20/12 Pioneer Away 10:00 10/24/12 Eden Away 4.30 10/26/12 East Aurora Home 5:00 10/29/12 Holland Away 4:30

GIRLS' VARSITY TENNIS

GIRLS' VARSITY SWIMMING

Coach Jeff Sills, Assistant Coach C. Ignatowski

Coaches: S. McGough / Asst. T. Rugani

CROSS COUNTRY Evangola State Park 9/25/12 East Aurora Home 10/2/12 Pioneer(Sprague Brook) Away 10/9/12 Springville Home 10/16/12 Amherst Away

9/6/12 9/7/12 9/10/12 9/19/12 9/21/12 9/22/12 9/25/12 10/1/12 10/4/12 10/10/12 10/12/12 10/15/12 10/16/12 10/18/12

GIRLS' VARSITY / JV SOCCER Varsity Coach: Laurie Schultz J.V. Coach:Katie Terranova JV/V @ High School Dunkirk V only Home Springville Home East Aurora Away Pioneer Away Eden V only Home Cheektowaga Home Amherst Away Springville Away East Aurora Home Maryvale Away Pioneer Home Eden V only Away Cheektowaga Away Amherst home

9/18/12 9/21/12 9/25/12 10/2/12 10/4/12 10/9/12 10/16/12 10/18/12

9/22/12 9/25/12 10/1/12 10/3/12 10/16/12 10/18/12 10/20/12 10/24/12 10/26/12 10/29/12

High School Amherst Cheektowaga Starpoint Iroquois West Seneca East Maryvale Pioneer Williamsville South

Home Away Away Away Home Away Home Home

BOYS MODIFIED SOCCER Coach: Sean McGarrity Middle School/High School Springville Away Pioneer Home East Aurora Away Eden Home Holland Home Springville Home Pioneer Away Eden Away East Aurora Home Holland Away

GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Varsity: B. Dziewa / JV Coach: M. Reed Sr. High Gym 9/5/12 Williamsville East Home 9/7/12 Sweet Home Home 9/11/12 West Seneca East Away 9/14/12 Williamsville South Home 9/18/12 East Aurora Home 9/19/12 Williamsville South Away 9/21/12 Starpoint Home 9/25/12 Iroquois Away 9/27/12 Williamsville East Away 10/1/12 Sweet Home Away 10/3/12 West Seneca East Home 10/11/12 Starpoint Away 10/15/12 Iroquois Home 10/16/12 Hamburg Away 10/19/12 Gowanda Home

5:00 4:30 4:30 4:30 4:45 4:30 5:00 4:45

Sr. High Courts Cheektowaga Maryvale Amherst Iroquois Cheektowaga Maryvale Amherst Iroquois

9/10/12 9/14/12 9/18/12 9/21/12 9/28/12 10/1/12 10/2/12 10/4/12

Home Away Home Away Away Home Away Home

4:30 4:30 5:00 4:30 4:30 5:00 4:45 5:00

BOYS VARSITY/JV VOLLEYBALL

Coaches: John Coyle/ JV Bill Anderson

10:00 4:30 4:30 5:00 4:30 4:30 10:00 4:30 4:30 5:00

5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:30 5:00 4:30 5:30 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 6:00 5:00

9/6/12 9/12/12 9/18/12 9/20/12 9/24/12 9/26/12 9/28/12 10/2/12 10/4/12 10/10/12 10/11/12 10/17/12 10/19/12 10/23/12

Sr. High Gym Frontier Sweet Home Williamsville East Williamsville South West Seneca East Starpoint Iroquois Hamburg Sweet Home Williamsville East Williamsville South West Seneca East Starpoint Iroquois

Home Away Away Home Away Home Away Away Home home Away Home Away Home

Schedule Subject to Change For up to the minute schedules go to lakeshorecsd.org

5:00 5:00 5:30 5:00 5:00 5:00 4:30 6:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00


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Sale Real Estate Houses For Sale

DERBY: Large 4 bed­ room, 4 acres, corner lot. $190,000. Consider­ ing holding. 947‑5217 House for Sale ‑ 2000+ square ft ranch on 1 acre lot. $155,000. 6816 Derby Rd, Derby. Sally 868‑3421 Lots For Sale

Beach access STEPS away and view of Lake! BUILDING LOTS for sale. 549‑5368. Mobile Homes For Sale

DERBY FOR SALE: Hot on the Market! Move right in. 3 bed­ room, 2 bath dou­ blewide, ex‑ tra large eat‑in kitchen and roomy living room, carport & shed. Awe‑ some lot. Only $40’s!! TRITON, 549‑3737 or 683‑9100. FOR SALE DERBY: Move right in!! Cozy 2 bedroom, open front dining room, Florida room, appliances. Only $8900. TRITON 549‑3737, 683‑9100.

Fri. & Sat: Surf-n-Turf $20.99 Saturday: Pick your Poison! Bucket of Craft Beers $15

With London Calling to the Far Away Towns, Point Breeze will respond and they will come down for:

CASTAWAYS

23rd Anniversary Party Sunday, August 19, 2012

With the opening events at noon, the pomp & circumstance will flow right thru the night. A gastronomically delightful buffet of Olympic proportions will be offered during the evening segments. It all concludes with the closing ceremonies at 4:00. As Always “Open Year Round”

549-6090

Come visit me at Evangola State Park Tomato Fest! • Largest Bounce Houses

• Obstacle Courses • Bounce House with Slides 549-6783 • Water Slip-n-Slides 553-8852 • Sno Cone Machine

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#121146

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v6, 4.3, automatic, A/C, 8’ ft box, cloth interior.

sAve $313 #121085

SALE PRICE

msrp $15,010

14,697*

$

2012 CHEVY ImpaLa LS

msrp $30,435

27,434*

$

2012 CHEVY CRUzE LS

v6, 3.6, full power, cloth interior Am/fm, Cd, keyless entry and more.

power locks & windows, keyless entry, bluetooth.

sAve $3,822

sAve $3,486

SALE PRICE

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The price you see is the price you pay

2012 CHEVY SILVERaDO 1500

1.8 ecotec, air conditioning, Am/fm, Cd, with premium speakers, cloth interior.

8 passenger seating and stereo.

sAve $3,001

Ch Synthetic Oil Change Extra

2012 CHEVY SONIC LS

2012 CHEVY TRaVERSE LS v6, 3.6, auto, fully equipped, Onstar & xm stereo,

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msrp $23,580

20,094

$

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$

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12,888

$

2008 CHEVROLET SILVERaDO EXT CaB LT stk#121122A, v8, 5.3, full power, alloy wheels and only 50k!

15,991

$

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6,488

$

2011 CHEVY HHR LT

Auto, A/C and fully loaded! Only 29k miles!

13,912

$

2010 CHEVROLET maLIBU LS stk#p1267, gm certified! Only 10k and loaded up with all the toys!

16,991

$

2004 CHEVROLET TRaILBLazER LS 4X4 very nice & affordable suv! 6 cyl, full power and running boards.

8,492

$

2007 CHEVROLET mONTE CaRLO LT Jet black beauty! v6, loaded up nicely! Alloy wheels and much more!

13,993

$

2007 VW paSSaT WaGON aWD stk#121247A, 4-motion, leather, moonroof & more!

17,991

$

2004 CHEVROLET TRaILBLazER LT 4X4 stk#p1205A, 6 cyl, loaded up including power seats!

9,754

$

2008 JEEp LIBERTY SpORT 4X4 stk#p12954A, v6 3.7l, loaded, chrome wheels and extra clean!

13,993

$

2007 F150 S/C LaRIaT 4X4

stk#121192A, 5.4 triton, loaded including leather, 2 tone paint & more. Only 51k miles!

19,991

$

2009 CHEVROLET COBaLT LS

stk#12628A, power windows & locks, tilt & cruise, Am/fm, Cd highlight this gas saver!

9,888

$

2008 mazDa 5 WaGON

stk#12974b great on gas an loaded up! perfect for the family.

$14,451 2009 VW TIQUaN SE aWD

stk#121262A, leather & fully loaded, alloy wheels & much more!

19,991

$

2008 HONDa CIVIC

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11,555

$

2008 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT aWD stk#12780A, v6, fully loaded and one owner!

$11,993

2009 CHEVROLET 2008 TOYOTa TUNDRa maLIBU LS DOUBLE CaB stk#13005A, nicely equipped & extra clean! great on gas! very low miles!

14,993

$

2009 CHEVROLET SILVERaDO REG CaB 4X4 stk#12650A, v8, fully loaded, Z-71 off-road pkg, 8 ft box & much more!

stk#pr1110b, 4.7, v8, full power and room for 6! ready for work or play!

15,888

$

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Only 10,000 miles! velocity yellow with ebony leather! fully equipped with bose stereo, navigation and much, much more! beautiful!

20,991

$

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$

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EVERYTHING UNDER $10 SALE: Aug 17th & 18th, 2156 Sherman, North Collins. Boy’s brand name clothes, baby clothes and items to 3T, dolls, Trash Pack, Littlest Pet Shop, Dis‑ ney and lots more. Garage Sale 6640 Wayne Drive, Derby. Starting Wednesday! Running 8/ 15 ‑ Sat. 8/ 18. 9:00‑ 4:00 GARAGE SALE: 7780 Versailles, Derby. Many items. August 17 and 18, 9‑3pm. GARAGE SALE: Crafter going out of business. Christmas crafts and supplies, many other items also. Friday, Au‑ gust 17 and Saturday, August 18, 9am‑2pm, 1728 Lake­ view Rd., Lake View. GARAGE SALE: Fri­day, Saturday, August 17 & 18, 9am ‑ 2pm. Prima‑ ry teaching mate­ rials, Spanish materi­als, An‑ dersen window screens, women’s cloth­ing, kitch‑ en items, round patio table. 1720 Lake View Road, Lake View. GARAGE SALE: Satur­ day, August 18, 9‑4. Home decor, end ta­bles, entertainment cen­ter, books. etc. 9770 South‑ western Blvd., An­gola. GARAGE SALE: Wayne Dr., Derby off Route 5 by Evans Bank, 8/18, 9‑?. Tons of American Girl doll items, few antiques, good children’s cloth­ing. NO EARLY BIRDS! MULTI FAMILY GA‑ RAGE SALE ‑ Au­ gust 17th & 18th, 9am‑ 3pm. 6640 Putnam Drive. Something for every‑ one!


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FAMILY YARD SALE: Variety of articles. Aug. 17 & 18, 9 a.m. ‑ 5 p.m. 1091 Milestrip Rd., Irv­ ing, N.Y. YARD SALE: 303 East Sterling, Angola. Fri­day, 8/17 and Saturday 8/18, 9‑4pm. YARD SALE: Sat., Aug 18, 9137 Stevenson, 8‑4. Off Waterman. Inter­ esting variety, chil­ dren’s, dressers, 2 kay‑ aks, household, decor, priced to sell!

PET HAIRCUTS DONE at your home. Groomer comes to you. $20. Michele. 713‑2748

Moving & Estate Sales

ESTATE SALE: 26 Glenwood Ave, Angola, 8/18, 8/19, 9‑3. Curios, furniture, etc. Cash only! FAMILY ESTATE SALE: 35 Errington Ter­race, Orchard Park. Au­gust 18th, 8am‑6pm.

Electronics Computer Services

COMPUTER BROKE? We do house calls. Sales, service, up­ grades. All work guar­ anteed. Call PC BUILD‑ ERS. 549‑5143. COMPUTER WIZARD! Computer repair, up­ grades. Computer SLOW? Internet viruses and spyware in­ fecting your computer? Com‑ plete computer over‑ haul. 716‑947‑9085. Lowest prices guaran‑ teed.

Pets & Supplies Dogs

WANT MORE LOVE? ADOPT A HOMELESS PET! Mixes, purebreds, all sizes, ages, dogs and cats. Visit www.­ heartforanimals.org and www.postapooch­p lus. com or call 821‑1915. Cats

KITTENS to good homes. 912‑9661.

Merchandise Misc. For Sale

‘98 DODGE DU­RANGO, runs great, $1500 OBO. Murray 12 h.p. ride‑on mower $200. Rinker 18 ft. boat inboard/out‑ board with trailer, runs great. $3000. 947‑0770 or 491‑4593 FOR SALE‑ HOT WA­ TER TANKS at SHULTZ & CO. Low prices. In‑ stallation avail­able. 549‑0262. WALL FURNACE for sale, $200.00. 549‑5368. Wooden hay elevator, antique, works great, $400. 337‑2360. Household Goods For Sale

VERTICALS FROM HEAVEN: Custom verti­ cals, wood, mini, cellu­lar shades. Free esti­mates. 947‑9740. Carpet Sales

CARPET AND PAD Wholesale prices! Also laminates and linos. Best prices in W.N.Y.! Free estimates. TIM MURPHY. 549‑5200. CARPET AND PAD! Brand names! Whole­ sale prices! Why pay more in Hamburg? “Buying local helps ev­ erybody!” TIM MUR­ PHY. 549‑5200. Lawn & Garden

(2) 30’X96’ GREEN­ HOUSES: Sell com­plete or parts. 716‑532‑2920. 42” BUSHHOG Pull‑be­ hind Finish Mower: Re­ mote controls, Honda electronic start, 11 HP engine. Like new! $1,695. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant. 549‑1414.

DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY AT NOON

AUGUST 12, 2012 / PAGE 37

DIXIE CHOPPER: 23 HP, 50” cut. Cut your mowing time in half! $2,995. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant. 549‑1414. FOR SALE: DX26 Case International, 4 Wheel Drive, 26HP Diesel Tractor with Loader & Hydrostatic Trans‑ mission. Low Hours. Completely Ser­viced. Like New Condi­ tion! $14,995. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant 549‑1414. GREAT OUTDOORS LAWNCARE & LAND­ SCAPING ‑ FULLY IN­ SURED, full service company, now accept­ ing new commer­ cial/ residential lawn­care customers. Spe­cializing in landscape design and installa­ tions. Grading/ seed­ ing. (Hydro Seed‑ ing), flowerbed mainte­ nance, tree removals, spring cleanups, storm damage cleanup. Lot clearing. Call 992‑2262, estimate. GTX 1054 CUB CA‑ DET: 54” cut with 27 HP Kohler Twin Cylin­der Engine. Ready to mow! $2,495. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant. 549‑1414. HUSKY 46” 20 HP MOWER. Nice condi­ tion! $995. GUGINO LAWN & GARDEN, Brant. 549‑1414. LAWNS AND LAND­ SCAPES BY CMS. Plantings, trimming, mowing, fall cleanup and other services. Commercial and resi­ dential. 992‑2184 Building Materials

COUNTERTOPS ‑ Cus­ tom made laminate. Wilson Art. Installed or cash and carry. Call Guy. 655‑3842, 574‑6387. Watches & Jewelry

ALL WATCH BATTER­ IES Installed. Only $5. Gold & Pearl Jewelers, 1 Main St., Hamburg. Furniture

FOR SALE: COUCH & LOVE SEAT ‑ brown GC ‑ $350 (Hamburg) 440‑4872.

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Agriculture Fruits & Vegetables

HOMEGROWN toma‑ tos, beans, cucum­ bers and peppers. KWI­ LOS FARM STAND, 549‑6201. Agriculture Miscellaneous

DUINK FARMS MAR­ KET: 3142 Hickox Rd., Hamburg. 1st Right past Braymiller’s off Rt. 62 South. Pork, Lamb, Chicken, grass fed beef, Vegetables & Eggs. Antibiotic and hormone free. “Know who rais‑ es your food!” Market hours: Wednes­day 3‑7pm, Saturday 9‑2pm. 649‑2315. LOCAL HONEY, Maple Syrup and maple prod­ ucts made in Evans. KWILOS FARM STAND 549‑6201.

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After 37 years in business, we have decided to make a change and are no longer running our automotive repair shop but will continue to provide AAA Road Service. You will still find all the services we provided available at our same location and same phone number (337-3664) but will now be operated under the name of Frank C’s Truck and Auto Specialties, Inc. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their years of patronage and support. We value each of you as not only our customer, but also as our friend. Without you, our accomplishments would not have been possible and our goal of beginning to enjoy the fruit of our labor could never have been reached. We also thank all of our employees who served us well over the years and all our many vendors. But most importantly we thank the Lord our God, who gave us the wisdom in decision making, strength in difficulties and blessings far beyond what we could have asked for or even imagined. Again, we extend our heartfelt thanks and prayers. Joe and Karen Seggio Joe’s Tire & Automotive Center, Inc.

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Transportation Trucks for Sale

2001 Chevy Silverado, 156K, loaded, new tires,­ new brakes, new fuel pump and tank, good shape, asking $5,500 or best offer. 716‑864‑8507. Motorcycles for Sale

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PRESCHOOL AND DAYCARE 7821 Erie Road, Derby - 549-0585 5479 Lakeshore Road, Lakeview - 627-3724 Also located West Seneca, Ken-Ton & Grand Island

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Lockout, Jumpstart, Accident, Breakdown, Got a Flat? Call ...

JOE’S PLUMBING & HEATING

TICK-TOCK TOWING & RECOVERY

All Makes of Furnaces, Boilers & Hot Water Heaters Installed & Serviced

MATT’S

1526 Eden-Evans Center Road, Angola 24 Hour Service - Phone 549-1477

ALWAYS ON OUR “TOWS”

24 HR. SERVICE • SR. CITIZEN DISCOUNT • FREE ESTIMATES

All Work Fully Guaranteed

549-0064 • 864-3883 • 549-5717


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Announces Fall Registration Mon. Aug. 20 & 27, 6-8pm Wed. Aug. 22, 6-8pm Sat. Aug. 25, 10-noon

Located at 6811 Erie Rd (Route 5), Derby, NY

Ages 3-Adult • FREE Registration

• Classes as low as $20/mo. • Boys dance Free • Non-recital classes available • Costume Fundraiser • Zumba

WANTED:

Classes begin September 5th Call 716-348-7884 • Director Henrietta Gotta-Ebert 2nd location • 31 years experience

YOUR NEWS STORIES Got some interesting news you want to share with our readers? We’d love to hear it!

You can submit your local news to our office for publication in the pennysaver.

MULCH

You can give us a picture to go along with it! All material will be subject to approval by our editors. Any articles deemed unsuitable for publication will be disregarded. News will appear in the first available issue.

TOPSOIL STONE SHREDDED AND SCREENED

$15 off

Over 70 Years!

on Any Load 4 Cubic Yards or More

4240 Schreiber Drive Eden, New York 14057

992-4332

www.SchreiberWinkelman.com Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; Sat. 8:00am - Noon

CLIP & SAVE

Here are the requirements: • It must be something that has already happened, NOT an upcoming event. • It should be about a local event or person.

CLIP & SAVE

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

EDEN

SELF STORAGE

Unit Sizes 5x5, 5x10, 10x10, 10x15, 10x20, 10x25 Also heated and cooled climate controlled units Secured outside parking RV's * Boats * Auto 24 Hr. computerized gate access * Fully Fenced * Well Lit * Surveillance cameras 8750 S. Main Street, (Rt. 62), Eden 14057

24 HOUR EMERGENCY LOCKOUT SERVICE

992-4200

Affiliated Locksmith

PFAFF

• Commercial & Residential • Auto Lock Specialists • Safe Sales & Servicing • Locks Sold & Installed • Door Closers/Panic Bars

6926 Erie Road FAX Tops Plaza 947-4995 Derby, New York

8386 North Main Street Eden, NY 14057

Bonded Insured

(716) 992-4364

Machine Sales and Service Quilt and Garment Fabrics Classes/ Patterns Notions/Books

www.edensewingcenter.com M, Th, F 10-5:30; Tues.10-7; Wed. & Sat. 10-4

882-3587 / 947-9071 / 672-5166

Cell (716)867-2497

(716)941-9239

Timothy J. Hoelzle

Supreme Dealer

B&B FENCE COMPANY Tom Burke All Types of Fencing

HOELZLE CONSTRUCTION

Custom Built Homes Renovations Additions

General Contracting

(716) 864-6326

R RAZOBrakes and Mufflers

QUALITY USED AUTO SALES

"The World's Cheapest Mufflers and Brakes" P: (716) 549-AUTO Kevin "RAZOR" Rasinski, Owner (2886) 8243 Erie Road F: (716) 549-2286 FREE ESTIMATES Angola, NY 14006 Springville, NY

DON'S HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES

549-5224

8428 Erie Road, Angola, NY

YOUR AD HERE

Please call for Pricing 549-1164

SOUTHTOWNS HANDYMAN

All Home Repairs ~ Emergency Plumbing ~ Electrical Roofing ~ Siding ~ Gutters ~ Repairs ~ Painting Bathrooms ~ Floors ~ Windows & Doors Basement Waterproofing ~ Foundations - Chimneys Remove ice/snow from roofs All Mobile Home Repair Insurance Cases

T.M. GOODRICH CONSTRUCTION Live Here - Work Here

• Roofing • Decks • Windows • Doors

• Garages • Siding • Metal Trim • Interior Alteration

549-7646 Tom Goodrich 868-4352 • Flooring • Trim Work • Bathroom Remodels • Kitchen Remodels

EDEN PLUMBING & ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION & SERVICE ELECTRIC SERVICE UPGRADES FREE Carbon Monoxide & Natural Gas Leak TESTING of Your Home Heating System. Call 992-3832 for appointment

YOUR AD HERE

Please call for Pricing 549-1164


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Now Hiring For DAYS & NIGHTS

Must be able to work past 10 p.m. Experience preferred but not needed. Full or part-time Competitive pay Benefits available APPLY WITHIN

EDEN SEAFOOD & PIZZERIA

8530 North Main St., Eden

Calling All Girls!

Brant-Evans Girl Scouts

OPEN REGISTRATION

Date: August 28th Time: 6-8 PM Place: Most Precious Blood

Any Questions Contact Valerie 830-3833 “Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.”

CHICKEN BBQ

Saturday, August 18, 2012 At First Congregational UCC 132 N. Main St., Angola - 549-2115 Dinner Includes: 1/2 Chicken, $

8.50

Macaroni Salad, Baked Beans, Roll & Butter, Dessert

EAT IN OR TAKE-OUT

NOON UNTIL SOLD OUT Handicap Accessible

Prepared by Stu, Bob, Toni & Tony

TURNBULL

GARDEN CENTER 10036 Versailles Plank Rd, North Collins, NY 14111 716-337-2248

T wo Weeks Only!

50% OFF Everything!

(all plants, fountains, chemicals etc... see store for details!)

August 13th to the 25th Sale Hours: Mon. - Sat. • 8am-4pm Semi of new plant material arriving Aug. 27th!

www.turnbullgardencenter.com

AUGUST 12, 2012 / PAGE 43

Boats & Accessories

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Get your boat ready for the year. We SER‑ VICE OUTBOARD BOAT mo­ tors. Con‑ tact us at 549‑4226 for more informa­ tion. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Parts & Accessories

TRANSMISSIONS PROFESSIONALLY Overhauled and in­ stalled in your passen­ ger car or light truck. One year warranty and affordable pricing. Call 934‑2222, Monday ‑ Fri­day 8 ‑ 4. Vehicles Wanted

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ $$$WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE! Your junk vehi‑ cle and scrap metal. K & R SAL­VAGE, 337‑3109. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ $$JUNK CARS WANT‑ ED$$ Free pickup! $Cash$ paid! TIM‑ MY REGAN TOW­ ING. DMV#7106530. 563‑2591 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CASH FOR JUNK VE­ HICLES and scrap metal. Flatbed ser‑ vice available. Call Rob. 998‑3603. DMV#7109787. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ TOP PRICES PAID for Junk Vehicles and Scrap Metals. BRANT AUTO PARTS. 549‑0600.DMV #7097772.

Service & Repair Appliance Repair

WASHER AND DRYER REPAIR‑ Most makes. Guaranteed. 549‑6707. Builders & Remodelers

DECKS, DECKS, DECKS: I build, repair and stain decks. No job too big or too small. Im­peccable customer sat­ isfaction! Free esti­ mates/ Insured. Don 780‑7146.

Multisorb Technologies is the world leader in active packaging solutions. Revolutionary products, impeccably trained employees and effective business principles have guided us since our inception. The company has set industry standards, pioneered innovative ways of thinking about sorbent technology, introduced products that have changed the face of the industry and remained the ideal source for preserving the integrity of packaged products. We currently have the following opportunity: PRODUCTION OPERATORS: Operate and maintain a variety of electrical/mechanical equipment according to pre-established procedures and guidelines. High School Diploma or GED required, along with 1 - 3 years of mechanical experience. The shifts currently available are: 12:00am to 8:00am & 4:00pm to 12:00am Mon-Fri. Starting pay $10.05/hour. We offer a superior benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance, disability and 401(k) with a match! If you are interested in joining a company with a bright future, please apply by going to our website, www.multisorb.com. Multisorb Technologies 325 Harlem Road Buffalo, NY 14224

HANDYMAN Electrical, windows, doors, siding, decks, power wash‑ ing, ceramic. Free esti­ mates. 934‑3178. INTERIOR/ EXTERIOR REMODELING: I do all phases of home re­ pairs. Drywall, electri­ cal, plumbing, painting, doors, windows, wheel‑ chair ramps, handi‑ cap bars, tile, lam­inate floors, decks, lighting, cabinets, etc. No job too big or too small. Impec‑ cable work record. Free estimates/ Insured. Don 780‑7146. IT’S SIMPLE. Stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the win­ ter with proper insula­ tion and ventilation. Call for free estimate, DON HILL’S. 337‑2433.

EOE/M/F/V

Elaine Urbanowicz Licensed Sales Agent

Century 21 Ganey Call me at 984-3453 648-2100

Elaine.sager@century 21.com

Office

OPEN HOUSE - SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1-3 15 Glenwood, Angola OPEN HOUSE - SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1-3 7611 Delamater

to everyone who attended the party August 4th and to everyone who called or sent cards.

THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Bob Catalino


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

BUSINESS DIRECTORY Flowers by Darlene

FREE ESTIMATES

ANTHONY CALA

CALA’S CONTRACTING

Contemporary and Traditional Design

Home Improvement - All Types

7365 Erie Road Derby, NY 14047 1-716-947-4133

716-627-6443 716-913-0956 THOMAS C. FARLEY, JR. Attorney at Law

YOUR AD HERE

Chapel Park Villa

7008 Erie Road, Suite 8C Derby, New York 14047

Call for Details: 549-1164

Phone: 716-947-7671

FARNHAM PLUMBING &

HEATING

Boilers, Furnaces & Hot Water Tanks Installed & Serviced Backhoe Services Available Licensed ~ Bonded ~ Insured FREE ESTIMATES

549-1564 - Cell: 913-6052

SOUTHTOWNS SOUTHTOWNS SEALCOAT SEALCOAT Protecting Your Asphalt Since 1996 Locally Owned and Operated Fully Insured • All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

Owner: Shawn St. George 992-4448

REMODELING PROJECT SPECIALIST • • • • • •

Room Renovations Fences • Wood/Vinyl Painting - In & Out Decks / Railings / Stairs Windows / Entry Doors General Repairs FREE ESTIMATES LOW PRICES

Dom’s Handyman Service

Small Concrete Jobs • Steps • Patios Sidewalk • Chimneys • Doors • Windows Emergency Plumbing • Drywall • Painting Mobile Home Repairs • Bathrooms • Roof Repairs, etc ... 35 years of experience 10% Senior Discount

CALL DOM - (716) 949-9776 9542 Lakeshore Rd., Angola

549-6522

PIZZA • SUBS • WINGS • TACOS NOW OPEN TIL 3 AM FRIDAY & SATURDAY

D & L TRUCKING & EXCAVATING

SEPTIC SYSTEMS - SNOWPLOWING • DEMOLITION• BOBCAT SERVICES • GRAVEL • SLAG • TOPSOIL

947-9675

RM Heating & Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning, Heating, Snowplowing & Refrigeration Servicing BRYANT STANDBY GENERATORS 3890 Hobday Road Bliss, NY 14024 (585) 322-7407 Mobile: (716) 997-5044

Fax: 716-947-9428

285 Lotus Point Road Irving, NY 14081 (716) 549-4669 Mobile: (716) 997-9398

• Bulldozing • Backhoe • Excavating • Lot Clearing • Dependable • Reliable • 25 Years in Business

Cell 818-4903

WET BASEMENTS FOUNDATION PROBLEMS BEAMS ~ SILL PLATES ~ JOISTS BLOCKS WALLS ~ DRAIN TILE WALL CRACKS ~ PIERS ~ BEACH WALLS ALL FOUNDATIONS CORRECTED

549-6533


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

AUGUST 12, 2012 / PAGE 45

MEMORABLE EVENTS FROM 1912

The arrival of 2012 should be celebrated just as the preceding years were. A new year often provides a sense of rejuvenation, but it also marks a great time to look back on history. At the dawn of a new year, many people wonder what it was like to be alive 100 years ago. Throughout 2012, history buffs and novice historians alike might be interested to know the following events all took place way back in 1912. January * The Republic of China is established. * British explorer Robert F. Scott reaches the South Pole, only to discover Roald Amundsen arrived there irst. * The International Opium Convention is signed at The Hague. It is the first international drug control treaty. February * China adopts the Gregorian calendar. * Arizona becomes the 48th state of the United States of America. March * Albert Berry makes the first parachute jump from a moving airplane. * The Girl Scouts of USA are founded. April * The RMS Titanic sets sail for New York City. Four days later the passenger liner would strike an iceberg, eventually sinking as a result. * A solar eclipse is seen across Europe. * Boston’s Fenway Park and Detroit’s Tiger Stadium open. The stadiums would become two of baseball’s most historic stadiums. May * The Olympic Games begin in Stockholm, Sweden. * The Beverly Hills Hotel opens. June * New Jersey Governor Thomas Woodrow Wilson earns the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. * The deadliest tornado in Canadian history, known as the Regina Cyclone, devastates the city of Regina, Saskatchewan. July * Jack Johnson retains boxing’s heavyweight title with a 9th round TKO of Jim Flynn. * Emperor Meiji, who presided over Japan as the country became a world power, passes away at the age of 59. August * The Bull Moose Party, which resulted from a split in the Republican Party within American politics, forms and nominates Theodore Roosevelt as its presidential candidate. * Abdelhafid of Morocco abdicates as Sultan of Morocco after a controversial reign. September * The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism is founded in New York, New York. * Center fielder Casey Stengel, who would go on to become one of baseball’s most beloved and successful managers, debuts as a player with the Brooklyn Dodgers. * More than 1,000 people die when the Kiche Maru, a Japanese steamship, sinks during a typhoon.

GRAB A GRABBER!!!

to make your classified ad stand out. We have many headings to choose from for an additonal cost of $3.00. CALL US TODAY! 549-1164 (Here are just a few samples)

MUST SEE!

like new

Boys & Girls Club of Lake Shore “The Positive Place for Kids”

NOW HIRING: part-time positions

October * The first Balkan War begins when Montenegro declares war against Turkey. * Former US President Theodore Roosevelt is shot while campaigning in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Roosevelt delivers his speech before visiting the hospital, where it is determined that the speech in his breast pocket likely saved his life.

Looking for outgoing, enthusiastic and self-motivated individuals 17 years of age & over. Must enjoy working with youth. Shift hours & days vary.

November * Woodrow Wilson defeats William Howard Taft in a landslide to become the 28th President of the United States. * The body of Antarctic explorer Robert Scott and his companions are discovered. Scott is believed to have died in March.

Looking for a mature and enthusiastic individual with some computer knowledge to assist members with registration and dismissal. Must enjoy working with youth. Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 4:00-6:30 p.m.

December * The bust of Queen Nefertete is found in El-Amarna, Egypt. * The first US postage stamp is issued. It features an airplane. * The Piltdown Man is supposedly found in England. It is later revealed as a hoax.

Youth Development Professionals

Front Desk Assistant

Background checks required on all positions Applications available on-line at www.bgclakeshore.org or at the Club 42 Sunset Boulevard - Angola, NY 14006


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ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

BUSINESS DIRECTORY

ELECTRICAL Ric Hammer Free Estimates

947-5543

LICENSED

No job too big or small 40 years experience

INSURED

SouthWestern Storage Facility

992-4388 Earl's Plumbing & Heating

Self Storage Units & Outside Storage for RV's, autos, trailers, boats, trucks

DRAIN CLEANING SHEET METAL WORK NEW CONSTRUCTION

Truck Rental & Leasing LOCAL, ONE-WAY, PERSONAL, SMALL BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL

FREE ESTIMATES

Storage & Truck Rental 549-0338 after hours Truck Rental 549-0103 1670 Eden-Evans Center Rd., Evans/Angola, NY Secured Facility

Wetzler Electric • • • • •

Service Upgrades New Wiring & Repairs Pool Hook-ups 240 Lines Hot Tubs

Phone: 947-3195

INSURED

Mobile: 480-5748

HEATING INSTALLATION & SERVICE

Senior Discount and 1st Time Discount

The Flower Derby

ED'SEdWELL SERVICE Dinkuhn, owner Natural Gas Well Tending Well Service & Repair Homeowner Maintenance

6901 Erie Road Derby, NY 14047

Insured • 10 Years Experience

947-4525

Shop: 549-8969 • Cell: 440-5386

Are your Drawers Falling Down? Call Eden DRAWER & DOOR CO. • • • • •

549-4070 Electro-Tech Power & Light Craig Cleland Master Electrician

716-462-0885

Big Jobs Small Jobs Low Rates Quality Work

“This town needs a hero.”

MOLLNAR CONST.

CO., INC.

Sifted Topsoil & Garden Mixes Gravel Stone Driveways

Sewer & Water Lines Septic Systems Drainage Bulldozing & Grading

Complete kitchen from floor to ceiling Cabinet refacing Drawer Replacement Counter Tops (laminate & solid surface) Alterations of any kind

For Free Estimates Call PAUL SHEA 992-3849

HOME REPAIRS

• PLUMBING • WINDOWS • DOORS • CHIMNEYS • ROOFS By the Hour or Job • GUTTERS 10% SENIOR DISCOUNT • ELECTRIC References • Free Estimates • FLOORS • GUTTER CLEANING

696-2591

549-2344

PALMIERI PAVING LLC • • • • •

Blacktop Driveways Parking Lots Resurfacing Hot Patchwork Stone Driveways

FREE ESTIMATES

992-2414

INSURED

WE ARE METAL ROOF EXPERTS QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED Licensed

548-1107

Insured


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

2013 TEAM TRYOUTS Thurs., August 16th • 6 pm Sun., August 19th • 11 am Tues., August 21st • 6 pm Players needed for all divisions 10U, 12U, 14U Call for info - Al Butlak • 860-1258 Tryouts at EYB Fields on Bennett Rd. Angola, NY

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH H H DEMOCRATIC H H INSPECTOR’S SCHOOL H H H Aug. 13, 9 a.m. or 1 p.m. H H Aug. 14, 9 a.m. or 1 p.m. H H H Evans Town Hall H You must attend 1 session. H H H Bob Catalino H H Evans Democratic Chair HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Golden Paws Pet Care Services NOW OPEN: Dog Daycare & Boarding

Dog Walking Play Sessions Nail Trimming Waste Pick-up

Now Offering

Saturday Play Groups for Puppies, Adults & Seniors

Cats & Dogs Licensed, Insured & Bonded

(716) 400-8431

www.GoldenPawsPCS.com

PENNYSAVER DEADLINE IS NOW

WEDNESDAY AT NOON!

Please get your ads in early!!!

end of season

special a/c

Fred & Judy Strade’s 50th Wedding Anniversary

Keiffer Plumbing, Heating & Cooling

No RSVP requested. Gifts gratefully declined. This is an OPEN INVITATION to all family and friends of Fred and Judy.

649-3866 NORTH COUNTY Car­ pentry Home Improve­ ments and Repairs. All types. Fully Insured. 934‑0059 or 969‑7656. SUNSET BUILDERS & ROOFERS: Pole barns, additions, roof­ ing, repairs, windows, tear‑offs. Licensed, in­ sured. 716‑549‑2800. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ WE NEED SUMMER WORK!!! NEIGHBOR­ HOOD CONTRACT­ ING is now giving up to 20% OFF to our cus­ tomers for sched‑ uling their summer home im­provements NOW!!! Roofing, sid‑ ing, win­ dows, doors. All interior and exterior projects qualify for our money saving offer!! Free esti­ mates! Senior dis­counts! 549‑1592. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Cleaning

HOUSE CLEANING, pet sitting & more. You need someone you can trust in your home. I of­ fer weekly, bi‑weekly or monthly cleanings, ar­ ranged according to your personal needs. Give me a call @ 912‑7883 to discuss prices. HOUSECLEANING: Summer keeping you busy? Let us clean your home. 260‑0955. Concrete

ALL TYPES OF Con­ crete Work! Driveways, floors, patios, etc. Dump truck, backhoe, Bobcat service. 337‑0500.

8/5/12 Solutions

EVANS TRAVEL SOFTBALL

AUGUST 12, 2012 / PAGE 47

Please join us to celebrate

Sunday, August 26, 2012 from 11 to 2 pm First Congregational Church 132 North Main St., Angola


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

YOUR AD HERE

5V Crimp Metal Roofing Leaf Solutions Gutterguard

Call for Pricing: 549-1164

5”/6” Seamless Gutters

Standing Seam Metal Roofing Systems ON SITE ROLL FORMING • VARIETY OF COLORS Phone/Fax: 716-934-4658

Sales & Installation • Free Estimates • Fully Insured 12446 Hanford Rd., Silver Creek, NY 14136

LIST FOR

• • • • •

5.5%

Full Service MLS No Additional Fees or Charges Target Marketing Internet Plan Free Market Analysis All Listings Online

JOE GELENCSER MASONRY - 947-0012

FOR SALE BY OWNER MLS - AS LOW AS 2.75% - NO SIGN UP FEE SUNSET BUILDERS/REMODELING: Roofing (new, tear-offs, repairs - shingle/metal), Siding/Windows, Additions, Decks, Homes Built, Licensed and Insured, Free Estimates

(716) 824-4800

CELL: 983-0082

BRICK, BLOCK, STONE, TUCKPOINTING, CHIMNEYS, FIREPLACES, PORCHES, REPAIRS and ALTERATIONS

(716) 947-5555

SUNSETREALTYOFWNY@VERIZON.NET • WWW.SUNSETREALTYOFWNY

WATER DELIVERED

58 N. Main St. Angola, NY

319-8363 549-4444

Homemade Pies ~ Gourmet Cakes ~ Cookie Trays Cupcakes ~ Custom Cutout Cookies Hours: Tues. - Fri. 12-6; Sat. 9-2

for Pools

www.uniquesweetscakeshop.com

337-2777

Everyone is unique. Why shouldn’t their cake be?

Make Your Home Stand Out

YOUR AD HERE Call for Pricing: 549-1164

HOME REPAIR

Licensed Fully Insured

Mike DiMartile Owner

Free Estimates 716-359-0286

THE TOWN OF EVANS POLICE DEPARTMENT will be conducting the

Citizen Police Academy

this year beginning Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012 and ending Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012. The Citizen Police Academy has been designed as a way for the public to learn about police department operations and the duties of Evans Police Department personnel. The academy will meet once a week at 7:00 p.m., and classes will be approximately three hours. Some of the topics covered will include patrol functions, detective bureau operations, crime scene investigation, accident investigation, domestic violence, court procedures, sex offenders, and marine unit operations. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have never been arrested, be of good moral character, and pass a background investigation. Anyone interested in attending may pick up an application in person at the Town of Evans Police Station, 8787 Erie Rd., Angola, NY 14006. Class size will be limited. The deadline for submitting applications is Friday, September 7, 2012.

POURED WALLS‑ Full basements, garage foundations, additions, retaining walls & trench footers. 337‑0500. QUALITY CONCRETE WORK: Driveways, pa­ tios, sidewalks‑ pat‑ tern, stamped concrete, basements, retaining walls, stairs. 913‑4907. Electrical Services

MASTER ELECTRI­ CIAN Big jobs, small jobs, low rates. Qual‑ ity work. Free esti‑ mates. Call Craig. 716‑462‑0885.

Excavating

METICULOUS EXCA­ VATIONS‑ New lawns, driveways, drainage, sewer, septic systems, land clearing, ponds, utillities, indoor, out­ door, horse arenas, de­ molition etc. Refer­ences available. Call Joe. (716) 432‑1847. Fencing

FENCES UNLIMITED: Fence repairs and new installations. All types. 716‑381‑1290.

For FAXES, LAMINATIONS

& COPIES

Stop in to the

ANGOLA PENNY SAVER

19 Center Street, Angola, NY • 549-1164

AMERICAN LEGION POST 928

7353 Erie Road, Derby, N.Y. 14047 • 947-0928

Membership Picnic August 25th, Noon New Members Welcome

Past & Present Servicemen & Women Sons of the Legion & Ladies Auxiliary


ANGOLA PENNYSAVER

Hauling

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ DUMPSTER SER­VICE: Got garbage? We take it. Construc­ tion debris, basements, attics, ga‑ rages, estate cleanouts. 10 years ex­ perience. We load and buy con‑ tents also. 480‑0738. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Landscaping

CALL ALL SEASONS YARD MAINTENANCE Mowing, Trees/Shrubs (trimmed or removed), Gutters, etc. SERVING YOUR TOWN FOR 27 YEARS. 992‑4780. HOLE BORING: Porch‑ es, Fences, Site Prepa‑ ration, Backhoe, Skid Steer Work. SMALL‑ TIME ENTER­PRISES, 532‑5226. TOPSOIL, GRAVEL, SLAG, millings, fill, new lawns, driveways, de­ molition, backhoe and bulldozer, tree removal, land clearing. 549‑3857/ 913‑6317. Service & Repair Miscellaneous

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ FOUNDATION RE­ PAIRS: Houses, cot­ tages, garages, porch‑ es, decks, sheds, mobile homes, and barns. Rot‑ ted beams, joists, floor leveling, piers, founda‑ tion walls, crawl spac‑ es, wet bowed base‑ ment walls, drain tile, waterproof­ing. No job too small. 35 years. Bob (716)­445‑7623 EX‑ PERT FOUNDATION RE­PAIRS. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

CLAYSON CON­ STRUCTION: 6 years experience in pole barns, decks, garages, vinyl siding, soffit and fascia. Free estimates. Fully insured. Great la­ bor rates. Give us a call (716)790‑0031. ETHANOL in your gas‑ oline is harming your small engines. GUGI‑ NO LAWN & GARDEN has the solu­tion, STAR TRON, low cost fuel ad‑ ditive ex­ tends engine life. Brant Reservation Rd., Brant. M ‑F, 8 ‑5 & Sat, 8 ‑3. 549‑1414.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ SEWING & ALTER­ ATIONS: Hems, zipper repair, tailoring, minor & major repairs. Bride & Bridal party alter­ ations. Fittings by ap­pointment. Free pick up & delivery. 35 years ex­ perience. Call Sandy 541‑8609. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ TOPSOIL, GRAVEL, shale, slag and fill. Com‑ pare my prices! New lawns, driveways, sewer and septic sys­ tems, demolition, back­hoe and bulldozing. FRANK M O N­T E L E O N E . 549‑5160. Mower Repairs

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ EXPERT FOUNDA­ TION REPAIRS ‑ 35 years, house leveling, rotted/sagging floors, beams, joists, piers, crumbling founda‑ tions, basement walls. Bob 716‑445‑7623. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ PAUL A. SHEA‑ Fine woodworking & finish­ ing, furniture restora­ tion, custom cabinets and repairs. 992‑3849. PIANO TUNING, repair­ ing, regulation and res‑ toration by FRANK J. CIMINESI. Restored pi‑ anos for sale. 549‑1012. PRESSURE CLEAN­ ING: Green moldy sid­ ing? Spiderwebs? Hot water makes the differ­ ence!! 780‑7030. SEALCOAT‑ Meticu­ lous work. Refrences available. Now is the time. Free estimates. Call David St. George 549‑3829.

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♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ SUMMER IS HERE! Get your lawn mowers tuned up for the year. Early bird specials are going on. Call 549‑4226 for more informa­tion. Pickup and deliv­ ery is available. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Painting

BEST DEAL ‑ Exterior Painting and Pressure Washing. Decks and Fences. Good Prices! Quality Work! Call Steve 597‑9054 See Website‑ www.Buff‑pro.­com TOM VAYO PAINTING AND HOME REPAIR‑ Exterior/Interior paint­ ing, drywall repair and installation, carpentry repair. 25 years experi­ ence. Insured. Call 880‑0858. Security Products

A VILLAGE LOCK­ SMITH now has DIS­ COUNTED movie pass‑ es for Regal Cinemas available. Septic Tank & Drains

SEPTIC TANKS VACU­ UMED CLEAN by (The Wizard of Ooze LAKESHORE SEPTIC. 549‑3969. Tree Service

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ “THE TREE SUR­ GEON”. Tree removal, trimming, stump grind­ ing, lot clearing. Fire­ wood. Reasonable prices. Free estimates. Fully Insured. 549‑2922. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ EVERYTHING WITH TREES. At low competi­ tive prices, we offer the best complete tree ser­ vice at reasonable cost. Customer satisfac­ tion is our primary con­ cern. Certified Arborist on every job. Call the tree professionals with over 40 years experi­ ence. Free estimates. Full insurance cover­ age. (716)992‑3800 JAMES SERVICES ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ HILTY TREE SER­ VICE: Trimming, stump removal, storm clean up. Decorative Ponds. Free estimates. In­sured. 867‑0243. MIKE’S TREE RE­ MOVAL: Stump grind­ ing, bucket service. Fully insured. Prompt Service. 818‑7272. MJ FORESTERS TREE SERVICE: Trim­ming, removals & stump grind‑ ing. Free Estimates. Fully In­sured. 934‑3125 or 359‑8384. TREES, TREES, TREES trimmed and re­ moved by NISARIC YARD MAINTE­NANCE. Also, com­ plete land‑ scaping ser­vices. Owner/ Operator Nick Latimore. 713‑5187/ 549‑1173. In­sured.

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Thank You!!!!

air ConDitioneD StuDio

The Town of Evans and the Evans-Brant Chamber of Commerce wish to thank the following businesses, organizations, and individuals for their generous donations and participation which helped make the Taste of Evans, held on July 15 at the Evans Town Park, one the most successful in the over 10 years that it has been held. We could not do this without your support. Darlene McDonough Diana Cafferty Bob Beck Town of Evans Police Lynn White & Family - Music Suzanne’s School of Dance - Miss Jill Lake Erie Beach Vol. Fire Co. Bouncy Jumper Mark & Michelle Parker Patti Latimore Kris Dash Town of Evans Planning Office Sam’s Lumber Town of Evans Building Dept. Tim Horton’s of Derby Flower Derby Evans Ace Hardware Creative Comforts Pet Resort Supervisor Keith Dash Jack & Kathy Kuebler State Farm Insurance Jeff Connors Lake Shore Superintendent James Przepasniak American Legion Post #928 Auxiliary Chiavetta’s Greenhouse Connors Hot Dog Stand Tops Market of Derby

Mickey Rats Benzinger’s Cleaners Kim’s Shear Expression Grandview Golf Course Evans-Brant Chamber of Commerce Bella Terra Greenhouse Angola Taste of the Midway Charlie’s Sugar Waffles Farnham Fire Company Joey V’s Pizza Tropical Ice Empire Realty Services Group Cheri Hahn Cindy, John & Kyle Latimore Councilman Dennis Feldmann & Jill Town of Evans Parks Stroh’s Athletic Club Cheri Ruben - Evans Idol E.C. Health Dept. Gloria Hougle Lori Szewczyk Toni Pinter Town of Evans Assessor’s Office Town of Evans Parks Dept. Councilman Paul Cooper Lad’s Lake Shore Liquors Lori Masullo

Jack & Lynn Krajacic RT Enterprises of NY Democratic Club Latimore-Schiavone Funeral Home Kwilos Farms Lake Shore Central Athletics VFW Post #5798 Evans Emergency Equipment Evans Bank Angola China King Pasquale’s Hogg’s Auto Wash Castaways Cala’s Kitchen Flowers by Darlene Town of Evans Chief Ernie Masullo American Legon Post #928 Angola Volunteer Fire Co. Desperado’s Barbecue Jay’s Hilltop Bistro Mickey’s Rise & Dine Women of the Angola Moose Lodge All our Crafters

And if we forgot someone, we sincerely apologize! SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!!!

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245 Buffalo street, hamBurg village

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a trusted leader in Dance education for 35 years because:

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549-4206

Every Tuesday Bowling Special 9 p.m. - 11 p.m.

$1.35/Game

Lake Shore Youth Soccer Association TRYOUTS FOR THE 2012-13 SEASON will be held on the following dates at Wendt Beach: SUNDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1-2 PM WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15th, 6:30-7:30 SUNDAY, AUGUST 19th, 1-2 PM Please plan to attend at least one of these sessions.

We are looking for Boys and Girls ages 9-19 to form teams for next year. Winter training will be available. Cost is expected to be under $200.00, which includes uniform, 13 games (confined to WNY ONLY), one tournament, and winter training facility rental costs.

QUESTIONS: Email: seankmcgarrity@roadrunner.com

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