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(814) 274-3224 06/23/14. SUNY GENESEO ANNOUNCES DEAN’S LIST FOR SPRING 2014 Geneseo, NY (06/12/2014)(readMedia)- The State University of New York at Geneseo has announced its Dean’s List for the spring semester 2014. To be on the list, a student must have achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average while taking a minimum of 12 credit hours. Students on the list from this area are: Andrew Mowrer of Bolivar, NY; Kristin Woodhead of Portville, NY. SUNY Geneseo is a public liberal arts college recognized nationally for excellence in undergraduate education and for its professional and master’s level programs. The college combines a rigorous curriculum and a rich co-curricular life YOUTH NIGHT f Knights Creek Evangelical Methodist Church, 2987 to create a learning-centered environment. County Road 9, Scio, NY 14880. Starts at 6pm on Friday CHRIST CENTERED COUNSELING. A free service nights. All ages are welcome. Message and prayer, board games and snacks. tf covering all areas of human need including mental, emotional and physical health; alcohol, nicotine and drug IF YOU ARE A VICTIM of sexual assault or any other addiction; eating disorders; family, marital and other type of crime, help is available. You can contact the 24-hour relationships; careers; finances; demon activity, cults and Call 607-387-5966 or write Box 488, toll free hotline at 1-888-945-3970. tf false religions. Trumansburg, NY 14886. tf

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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 419 Trapping Brook Road Wellsville, NY 14895 585-593-1637 620 West Sullivan Street Olean, NY 14760 716-372-0693 101 Front Ave. Salamanca, NY 14779 716-945-2421 Pastor: Bill McNeil Randolph Church Washington St., 14772 Phone 716-358-3681 Pastor: Bill McNeil Saturday Morning Worship & Sabbath School Call: Pastor Bill McNeil for times...........716-372-8133

RICHBURG FIRST DAY BAPTIST CHURCH 128 Main St., Box 242 Pastor: Larry J. Allen Early Worship............9:00am Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Wednesday Prayer Mtg. .7pm Thursday LIFE Adventure Club for boys & girls in 1-6 grades. For more info. and spiritual counsel, phone 585928-2400. CERES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Worship Service.........9:30am Sunday School..........11:00am Choir, Wednesday......6:00pm Youth, Sunday...........6:00pm

Sat., June 22- Sun., June 29, 2014 Thursday, June 26th

Saturday, June 22nd 9:00 a.m. -5k (3.1mi) Susan G Komen Run/Walk starts at the Main St. Bridge near Top Hat. Registration will start at 8AM at the Bolivar Fire Hall. $20/adult. Kids Run 1-mi. Youth Race. $5/child, ages 12 and under.

Some food vendors will be there. This is a no charge event but please bring your own lawn chair.

2:00 p.m. BRAG Cemetery Walk & Historical Marker Dedication Maple Lawn Cemetery, Bolivar, Cost is $2/person. Event will be held RAIN or SHINE.

Monday, June 23rd POD History Day-6:00-8:00 p.m. Outside the New Oil Museum. Come experience Old Time Main Street Bolivar with live characters and street show! This is a no cost event.

Tuesday, June 24th Community Picnic 5:00 p.m., Shaner Field Hot Dogs, drinks and picnic ware will be provided. Please bring a dish to pass.

Girl Scouts Day at the Park 6:00 p.m., Shaner Field Join us for fun and games.

Children’s Tractor Pull by Baldwin’s, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Shaner Field Basketball Courts

Wednesday, June 25th Spaghetti Dinner, Bolivar United Methodist Church, 3:30-6 p.m. Contact Paula Ayers for presale tickets at 585-928-2648 x-2. Can also buy at the door while supplies last. Proceeds to benefit the Heritage AFlame Missions Group. $7/adult, $4/child (2-12 yrs old)

Pioneer Oil Days Musical Medley Bolivar United Methodist Church, 7-8:15 p.m. Come Listen to the fantastic local musical talent! Free Event.

Team registration at the event, Need a digital camera/cell phone. Promises to be lots of fun!

100 Year Richburg Colonial Library Celebration- Free Concert 5-7:00 p.m.

consisting of a string quartet. In addition to the quartet, a simple loom will be set up for all to try their hand at weaving. Library will be open all day and will have their annual book sale. The Richburg-Wirt Museum will also be open from 12 - 8:00 p.m.

Strawberry Shortcake and Sundae Festival, Richburg-Wirt Museum, 5-8:00 p.m. Delicious and fun for all! Event is not Handicap Accessible. Cost $3.50/each

Movie Under the Stars, Bolivar Free Library Parking Lot, 9:00 p.m. Bring your own seating and enjoy a movie and popcorn! Bring your own drinks, No Alcohol please

Friday, June 27th Kids Night at the Pool- Village Pool, Bolivar- 4 - 8:00 p.m. Kids 7 yrs. old and under need adult supervision. Snack Bar to be provided by POD

Wall of Fame Inductions, New Oil Museum on Boss St., 6:00 p.m.

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Wine & Cheese Tasting, New Oil Museum, 6:30-8 p.m.

$15/person, Sponsored by the Pioneer Oil Museum & Bolivar Lioness Club.

Fireman’s Sock Hop- Bolivar Fire Hall, 8-11:00 p.m. Freddy and the Jets playing 50’s music to entertain, All are welcome! There is no cover charge however a donation to the Bolivar Fire Department would be gladly accepted.

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Dick’s Tours

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Ryan Loucks Construction Home: 585-933-8113 Cell: 716-378-3435

Pioneer Oil Days Parade, Wellsville St. to Main St., 10:00 a.m. All groups to meet on School St. at BRCS High School. Monetary Prizes awarded! Announcer- Tom Robinson RAIN or SHINE

Summer Cruise, On Main StreetDirectly following the Parade Food and Craft vendors, games, and much more! Cars and Motorcycles welcome. *No bikes, Skateboards, Scooters or Dogs allowed on Main St. during the car show*

POD 4th Annual Duck Race, Noon at the Main St. Bridge Tickets $5/duck. Top Three “finishing” ducks win cash prize! Tickets on sale now!

Boy Scouts Soapbox Derby, Tentative 3:00 p.m., Davis Street Hill. Bolivar-Richburg Alumni Reception Bolivar Country Club, 1-5:00 p.m. Richburg Alumni Banquet, 6:30 p.m. Richburg School All are welcome. Contact: Cheryl Sharp, 585-968-3307

Sunday, June 29th

Church Service, Faith Bible Pavillion 10:00 a.m. Paster Clint Pearsall Presiding. Sponsored by the NYS Oil Producers Association & Bolivar Oil Museum Bolivar-Richburg High School Graduation, BRCS High School Auditorium, 2:00 p.m.


Saturday, June 28th

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Close’s Lumber Co., Inc. Roulette, PA 814-544-7543 Olean, NY 716-372-8888

Pine Grove Collision Bolivar, NY 585-928-1308

Richburg Fire & Rescue & Auxiliary Richburg, NY

Top Hat Pizza & Subs Bolivar, NY 585-928-2379

Sisson’s Chain Saws & Stoves, Inc. Bolivar, NY 585-928-2530

Burdick’s Garage, Inc. Parts & Service Little Genesee, NY 585-928-9944

The two $500 Pioneer Oil Days Scholorships will be awarded at graduation.

For more information on each event, please visit us at: Contact Info: Facebook: Bolivar Pioneer Oil Days

All events subject to change or cancellation

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Bolivar Spirits & Wines Bolivar, NY 585-928-1580

Blucher’s Custom Graphics Richburg, NY 585-928-1642

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how the images are captured and displayed to give doctors more accurate information. The equipment is used to produce a 3D view of the breast. Fine details are more clearly visible than on conventional mammograms, making it easier for doctors to spot abnormalities. Anxiety Reduced Older technologies like film mammograms led to more false positives than newer technologies like 3D mammograms. False positives can cause anxiety and even unnecessary medical procedures for some women. An important advantage of 3D mammography is its much greater accuracy, so doctors can more easily tell normal tissue from cancerous, can identify cancers that might be missed using film or even digital mammography, and reduce the need for callbacks to rule out the presence of disease in healthy women. Learn More Your best source of information about whether you should have a mammogram, and if so what kind, is your doctor. To learn more about 3D mammography, go to With 3D mammography, the doctor can see breast tissue detail in a way never before possible. Instead of viewing all the complexities of your breast tissue in a flat 2D image, the doctor can examine the tissue one part at a time. Fine details are more clearly visible, no longer hidden by the tissue above and below. GARDENS It’s time to set gardens again. One tip that I tell friends is to recycle used water or soda bottles by cutting off the bottom and using it as a funnel in the garden. As I set out my tomato plants (this is also good for other plants as well), I place a “funnel” in the hole too. When I need to water (we usually have a drought during summer), it goes directly to the roots. I use a lot less water, and I am not watering any weeds. Mary R. STRETCHING RESTAURANT MEALS You can get more from restaurant carry out. You can easily expand the portion (and thus decrease the cost per portion) by either adding additional ingredients to your carry out dish or by using the sauce in the dish to make another dish. For example, if I’m ordering a Chinese chicken dish, I can easily cook and add some additional chicken breast to the dish to expand the portion size for a relatively low cost. Or if I finish the dish but there’s still sauce left, I can use that sauce and add it to some separate chicken breast that I can cook up. It’ll almost taste like the original carry out. D.

PROTECTING AGAINST SUN DAMAGE WHILE IN A CAR (NAPSA)-The average American spends more than 101 minutes a day in a car. Unfortunately, what many drivers and passengers fail to realize is that when they are in a car, not all the danger they face is on the road. Both drivers and passengers are often exposed to harmful ultraviolet A (UVA) rays, particularly from the side windows of the cars in which they ride. "Damage from certain kinds of ultraviolet rays is cumulative," says Dr. Dee Anna Glaser, vice chair of the dermatology department at St. Louis University. "These rays penetrate deep into the skin and can silently accelerate the aging process, cause wrinkles and even skin cancer." Fortunately, adding a UVAblocking film or tint to car windows can be an effective way to help block damaging rays and protect yourself while you drive. There's even a clear film that appeals to those who do not want a darker window appearance, or where the use of dark films is prohibited by state law. When applied over ordinary automotive glass, this film's virtually invisible protection blocks more than 99 percent of harmful UV rays.* Adding a UV-blocking film or tint to car windows can be an effective way to help block damaging rays and protect yourself while you drive. FINDING VACATION INFO Just wanted to pass along to everyone a good vacation web searching tidbit. Every state’s official website is www.state.(two-letter/ state abbreviation).us For example, Virginia is Each state has some sort of a tourism page on their site to help visitors plan vacations. -Samantha

ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Vickie Hedlund Route 417 Sun. Morn. Worship. .9:30am Sunday School Classes, for all school-age children........... 10:00am Nursery care avail. infants-3 During church services 10am A warm welcome is extended to all to come and worship our Risen Lord with us! OBI COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor: David Cook 585-933-7205 Sunday Services: Sunday School. . . . . . . .9:00am Morning Worship . 10:30am Evening Service...........6pm Wed. Eve.: Adult Prayer and Bible Study..................7pm Jr. & Sr. High Youth. 6-8pm Nursery Care provided for all services. SHINGLEHOUSE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lincoln & Church Sts. Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Wednesday Bible Study......... 10am Thurs. Choir Practice 7:00pm An Access ramp and nursery care provided. FRESH JOY MINISTRIES 201 East State Street, Olean, NY 14760 Pastor: Tyrone A. Hall 716-806-1077 Sunday Service........10:00am SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH 120 East Honeoye Street Pastor: James Haddon 814-697-6611 Church 814-817-5897 Pastor Sunday School...........9:45am Worship Hour...........11:00am Wed. Night Prayer.....7:00pm MYRTLE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1127 Route 44 Shinglehouse, PA 814-697-7101 Pastor: Curt MacDonald Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Monday Evening Healing Service. . . . . .6:30pm Wed. Eve. Service. . . . . .6:30pm BELL RUN UNION CHURCH 904 Taylor Brook Road Pastor Chad Shaffer Shinglehouse•814-697-6972 Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship.....10:30am Sun. Eve. Service.......7:00pm Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Meeting......7:00pm ANGLICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 29 South St. at Stone St., Cuba, NY Services as announced. Peanut butter was invented as a health food by a physician who was concerned about the nutrition of his elderly patients.

Attention BRCS Moneysaver Advertising is doing a congratulatory page to our Spring Sports Teams... If you as a business, parent, grandparent, family member, friend or just a proud BolivarRichburg community member would like to be a part of this page, you can. For $20 you can have a personalized (no pictures) 1x1 box in the Moneysaver to let your favorite player or the whole team know how proud you are! For more information or to buy a box, please contact Tammi at the Moneysaver 585-9282470 or email




FOR SALE: We sell wood stoves, wood inserts, gas stoves and fireplaces, pellet stoves / inserts, chimney components and liners. Our brands include Vermont Castings, Majestic, Napoleon, Enviro, Simpson Dura-Vent as well as others. Card Creek Trading Post - By appointment, 814-544-7313. tfcb —————————————————————————————— HOUSE FOR SALE 2-3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 story on 3/4+ acres at 32 Oil Valley Road, Duke Center, Pa. Garage with second floor storage, plus attached carport and small attached shed in rear. Blacktop driveway. Please call 814-778-5724, evenings. tfcb —————————————————————————————— FOR SALE- Mountain bike Trek Antelope 830, 18”, 21 spd., like new, $125. 814-596-8833. fb FOR SALE- 6x8 utility trailer, $400. Paddle boat, $325. 5 1/2 x 11 utility trailer, $375. ‘97 Ford Taurus, 112,000 miles, no rust, new tires, struts, brakes and inspection. $2,500. Phone 716933-6284. pb

*** Dreaming permits each and every one of us to be quietly and safely insane every night of our lives. -William Dement *** One reason I don't drink is that I want to know when I am having a good time. -Nancy Astor *** Life is something that happens when you can't get to sleep. -Fran Lebowitz *** We need men who can dream of things that never were. -John F. Kennedy

BUCKTAIL CHAPTER OF THE MILITARY OFFICER’S ASSOCIATION The meeting for June is on June 17, 2014 for the Bucktail Chapter of the Military Officer’s Association, will be held at the Bucktail Hotel, 101 S. Forest St., Marienville, Pa., at our normal time. (11:30 hours) Luncheon and meeting will be held to discuss upcoming events. Our host will be Lt. Col. Fred Jefferds. If further information is needed, contact either Lt. Col. Jefferds at Marienville, Pa. or CWO Daniel Causer at the Eldred WW11 Museum at phone: 814-225-3681. An officer memer of any branch of service may attend, including civilians of equal status. This includes retired and active duty. We need a good showing of any qualified members as it is time for new officers to be appointed to various positions within the chapter. RSVP, if possible. fb

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DEC: CWM LANDFILL APPLICATIONS PUBLIC COMMENT EXTENDED 60 DAYS Written Comments Received until September 5, 2014 Public Comment Hearing Scheduled for July 16 The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) extended the public comment period on CWM Chemical Services, LLC’s proposal for its facility in Model City, Niagara County until September 5, the agency announced. CWM’s applications are to build and operate a new landfill to be designated as Residuals Management Unit - Two (RMU-2), and for other storage and treatment units. The proposed RMU-2 landfill and other units at CWM’s existing facility will be used to dispose of and manage hazardous and industrial non-hazardous wastes.

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DEC, in conjunction with the Facility Siting Board, will hold two public hearings to receive unsworn comments regarding CWM’s pending permit and siting certificate applications, draft permits and DEIS. Hearings are scheduled for July 16, 2014, 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the Lewiston-Porter High School, 4061 Creek Road, Youngstown, NY 14174. Translator and interpreter services are available during the public hearings at no charge, but must be requested by July 3. To request this service in writing, contact: Daniel P. O’Connell, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Office of Hearings and Mediation Services, 625 Broadway, 1st Floor, Albany, NY 12233. Written comments can be sent at any time throughout the comment period to: James T. McClymonds, Chief Administrative Law Judge, NYSDEC Office of Hearings and Mediation Services, 625 Broadway, 1st Floor, Albany, NY 12233-1550. Email: Electronic copies of CWM’s application and other CWM documents are available through CWM’s website at http:// Additional documents that provide further details on the draft permit, including DEC’s fact sheet, Positive Declaration and copy of the draft permit are available on DEC’s website at 9075.html. Hard copies of DEC’s fact sheet, draft permit and CWM’s applications will also be available for public review at the following locations: •DEC, Division of Environmental Remediation, 625 Broadway, 12th Floor, Albany, NY 12233-7017 (contact

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GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coon Crossing Road Shinglehouse 814-697-7257 Pastor: Thomas Isaacson Sunday School...........9:30am Classes for all ages. Morning worship. . . . .10:45am includes nursery, children’s church and junior church. Evening Service.........7:00pm Mon. (Sept.-Apr.) JAM Clubs, for children in grades 1-6. Wed. (Sept.-Apr.)..........Grace Teens, for students in grades 7-12. Wed. Prayer Meeting .....7pm Nursery available for Sunday School, Sunday worship services and Wed.

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WEST CLARKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 9003 Daggott Hollow West Clarksville, NY Rev. Les Chambers 585-209-8006 Early Service. . . . .8:30-9:30am Sunday School. 9:45-10:30am Morning Worship . . . .10:45am Wed. Prayer Service. . . . . . .7pm


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1108 Rte. 19 South at Yorks Corners Wellsville, NY 14895 Pastor: Vernon Dean 585-268-9826 Church: 585-593-5834 Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Classes for all ages Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am Nursery Available Sun. Eve. Service.......6:00pm Wed.: Adult Prayer, Bible Study & Praise..........7:00pm


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SHINGLEHOUSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Russell Horning Sunday School...........9:15am Morning Worship.....10:30am Wednesday Service: BYF (ages 9-12). . . .3:30pm Choir Practice.......6:15pm Bible Study & Prayer Meeting......7:30pm NOTE: Wheelchair, access ramp and nursery provided. PORTVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 24 Temple St., 716-933-8164 Robert Cook - Interim Pastor 716-676-3274; 585-307-5428 Sunday Services: Sunday School. . . . . .9:45am Worship Hour......11:00am Afternoon Service. 1:00pm Wednesday: Youth Night: . .. . . . . . . . .(Grades 6-12) Adult Bible Study & Prayer. . . . . . . . . .7pm A Place for Everyone Nursery Care provided at all regular services.

GARAGE SALE- Multifamily June 19-21, 9am-5pm. 2371 Honeoye Road, Shinglehouse, Pa. Numerous items. p —————————————————————————————— PINE GROVE COLLISION • 585-928-1308 Free estimates. Pick up and delivery. Complete paint jobs. State-of-the-Art equipment. Quality collision repairs. tfc —————————————————————————————— FRIENDSHIP FREE LIBRARY HOURS: Mon. Closed; Tues. 12:30-7; Wed. 9am-1pm & 6-9pm; Thurs. 12:30pm-7pm; Fri. Closed; Sat. 10am-1pm; Sun. Closed. tf OLD STUMPS If you have an old pine/fir stump that has a lot of resin, it is valuable punk, grunt or firestarter wood (it is called different names in various places). A package of pieces that are about five to six inches long and about the size of a man’s finger sell for about 25 to 50 cents each piece! They light and burn so well that they can easily get a fire going even for someone who has no idea how to properly lay and start a fire. You can get a lot of little pieces off a big stump, which will make a great Christmas gift idea for the men in your life. Debbie Z.

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SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Station, NY “A Baptist Church with a Difference” Pastor: Kenneth Chroniger 607-587-9176 Sabbath (Friday) Season of Prayer.....7:00pm Saturday: Chime Choir............9:00am Fellowship Time. . . . .9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . .9:45am (Class for all ages) (Helping Hand Bible Study Guide avail.) Sabbath Worship. . . . .11:00am (Nursery for Preschool; Learner’s Worship for ages 5-12 available) Sanctuary Choir 2nd Sabbath..........12:20pm Dish to Pass Fellowship Meal. . .12:30pm Youth Fellowship 1st & 3rd Saturdays........... 7:00pm Junior Youth Fellowship 2nd Saturday..........3:00pm Tuesday Bible Study Fellowship.............10:00am BOLIVAR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 80 Friendship St., Bolivar 585-928-2224 Pastor: Vickie Hedlund Sun. School (all ages) 9:30am Sunday Worship.......11:15am COME, SHARE, REJOICE! Celebrate God’s Grace, Witness For Jesus Christ.

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ST MARY’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 111 Wellsville St., Bolivar, NY 585-928-1024 Parish Administrator: Deacon Frank Pasquale Sacramental Priest: Fr. Sean DiMaria Sunday Mass.............8:00am Weekday Eucharist Mass Tues..........................11:30am Friday Mass.............12:30pm (followed by benediction) Reconciliation: First & Third Sunday.......................7:30am GOOD SHEPHERD (Anglican) 29 South Street, (corner of Stone) Cuba, NY 14727 The Rev. Dr. Kenneth W. Gunn-Walberg Sundays.....................3:30pm Evening Prayer and Holy Communion using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Followed by coffee hour. For info., call 716-968-2393. Visitors most welcome. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 19 N. Main St., Portville, NY Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Morning Worship. . . . .11:00am HOUSE OF PRAYER South Bolivar Road Pastor: Roy Elliot Sunday Service..........1:30pm Everyone Welcome BELIEVERS CHAPEL 2522 West Five Mile Rd., Allegany, NY•716-397-8016 Sunday Worship .................9:00am & 11:00am


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KOSSUTH COMMUNITY CHAPEL (Mennonite) Bolivar, NY•585-928-1452 Pastor: Marlin Miller Assoc. Pastor: Russell Zimmerman Morning Worship.......9:30am Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:45am Bible Study and Prayer 2nd & 4th Wednesday. 7pm Evening Service, Last Sunday of month. . . . . . .7:00pm

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Fortunately, seniors can understand the risks and protect themselves. Here are a few helpful tips. • Beware of "robocalls"; that is, a computerized message, instead of a person on the phone. • If anyone calls or e-mails you offering an opportunity to collect a prize by paying an up-front fee, remember: If it sounds too good to be true, it is. • Keep your Social Security number, credit card numbers, account PINs and other personal information to yourself. Your bank and other companies you do business with won't call you to ask you to "confirm" this information. • Don't be pressured. If you feel pressured to make a decision or purchase, or if you are unsure to whom you are talking, just say "no" and hang up. • Open your door only if you recognize the person there. • Never sign any document you don't fully understand. If in doubt, ask a trusted friend, family member or adviser. Never sign blank checks or forms. • Keep a close eye on bank statements, credit card bills and invoices to spot any suspicious activity that could indicate identity theft. Requesting a free copy of your credit report annually (at is a good way to spot potential problems. • Shred your old bills and paperwork to make sure your personal information can't be ac_cessed by "dumpster diving" thieves. Make sure your mailbox is secure. • For home repair projects, always get a second estimate and call the companies' references. Never pay for the work in advanceunscrupulous contractors may take the money and run. • Never use an untraceable wire service to transfer money. If you have to wire money, manage the transfer with your bank and make sure it can trace the recipient. Remain vigilant. If you think you or a loved one has been the target of elder fraud, contact the state's Department of Consumer Protection to report the abuse. For more information, visit the National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse at, and Dr. Marion's "Guide to Avoiding Elder Fraud" on the Philips Lifeline resources page Being proactive about your own protection and safety is important for independent living. So is fast access to help when needed. Philips Lifeline helps seniors live more independently in their own homes by providing help in case of a fall or other accident. For more on how medical alerts can help, visit If you think you or a loved one has been the target of elder fraud, contact the Department of Consumer Protection to report the abuse.

BLACK ANTS Now that the weather is warming up, little black ants are on the move. I found out that they love peanut butter. I took about two tablespoons, added about a half teaspoon of sugar, hoping to make it even more attractive, and about a half teaspoon of borax from the laundry aisle. I mixed this with a spoon and put a little dab on some milk bottle lids and placed them where the ants were. In less than two days, I did not see another ant. I phoned the poison hot line and found that borax is not dangerous for children or pets unless chronically exposed. However, if I had either, I would have put the mixture into the bottom of a soup can, and set it on its side to keep the kids or critters out of it. Sharon COMMUNITY GARDENS Check with your local town hall to see if your city or town has a Community Garden. Most do, and for a modest fee (usually under $50), a garden space is yours. This sometimes includes seeds and use of tools. Most allow only organic growing, so check that topic out at your local library. You won’t believe how easy it is to grow your own food! CC

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From your precious baby to this beautiful young lady. Bring tears to her eyes at her graduation. Located in Historic Downtown Wellsville


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Wed., June 25, 2014

Angelica, NY - Exit 31 Route I-86

4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Bolivar United Methodist Church $



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Menu: Spaghetti & Meatballs, Tossed Salad, Italian Bread & Butter, Brownie Sundae and Beverage.

Proceeds to benefit Heritage AFlame Youth Group


Sunday, July 13: Vesper Service (no charge)...............7:30pm Monday, July 14: WNY Pro Farm Pullers.......................7:30pm Tuesday, July 15: Horse Pulls.......................1:00pm & 6:00pm Wednesday, July 16: Music Fest: Rustic Ramblers - Country, Crazy Talk-60’s & 70’s, Honky Tonk Sweethearts-Country, Tristen SmithCountry & Rock...................4:00pm-10:00pm

Thursday, July 17: Boys & Bulls Rodeo..................7:30pm Friday, July 18: Vater’s Monster Trucks - Iron Warrior, Black Stallion, Storm Damage and Hurricane Force........................7:30pm Saturday, July 19: Demolition Derby......................4:00pm

All Included with $10.00 Admission! Under 32 inches tall admitted free! *Must be at least 32 inches tall to ride rides.*

APPLIANCE REPAIR - ALL APPLIANCE SERVICE. 716-3731553 or 716-676-3965. pb —————————————————————————————— 12 MATTRESS SETS ON SALE Queen pillow top sets from $388. “We guarantee lowest prices.” All sizes in stock. Howard’s Home Furnishings, Shinglehouse, Pa. 814-697-6241. 4/3c —————————————————————————————— ELEVEN MILE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION The Eleven Mile Cemetery Association will have its annual meeting on June 21st at 6:00pm at the Oswayo Township Building. 3/3f OSWAYO VALLEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY Hrs: Mon. 10am-8pm; Wed. 10am-8pm; Fri. 10am-6pm


PORTVILLE FREE LIBRARY HOURS: Hrs.: Mon., & Thurs. 1-8pm; Tues. 10am-5pm; Frid. 9am-5 pm; Sat. 10am-1pm. tf RICHBURG COLONIAL LIBRARY HOURS Mon. 9am-5pm; Tues. Eve. 3-7pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm.


HELPING TO MAKE BABY'S ROOM SAFE AND COMFORTABLE (NAPSA)-When there's a little one on the way, certain small steps can make a big difference. Here are a few hints on helping to keep the nursery safe and secure from industry expert Sally Morse: T he crib: See to the slats. They should all be there, spaced no more than 2_/8 inches apart. The National Institutes of Health advises using a firm mattress in a safety-approved crib covered by a fitted sheet. Be sure that nothing covers the baby's head and that the mattress support is securely attached to the headboard and footboard. Drop-sided cribs



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are no longer recommended. Toys: Keep them fun-and out of the crib. The American Academy of Pediatrics says nothing should go into the crib but the crib sheet and the baby. Toys should not have strings or cords that dangle or any parts small enough for a baby to swallow. High chair: Be sure it has restraining straps with buckles that are easy to fasten and unfasten independently of the tray, which should lock securely. The chair needs a wide base for stability. Playpen: Don't mess with the mesh. Playpen mesh should be securely attached to the top rail and floor plate and have a small weave of less than 1⁄4 inch openings, with no tears or loose threads. The top rails should lock automatically when lifted for normal use. Changing table: Parents and babies tend to spend a lot of time here. It should have safety straps to prevent falls, and easily accessible drawers or shelves so you don't have to leave the baby unattended. Windows: Any above the first floor need guards with quickrelease features for emergencies. Locks that limit the opening size let you get ventilation. The windows should also provide a serene environment with soft incoming light. The shades can also dim the light for daytime naps. They come in dozens of colors to coordinate with the wall color or the trim. Whatever window fashion you have, make sure it doesn't have accessible cords that young children can get entangled in.

CANOLA: A UNIQUE PLANT WITH HEALTHY OIL (NAPSA)-Canola oil is widely regarded as heart healthy and versatile by dietitians and chefs, but many consumers may not understand why-or know what canola is in the first place. "Canola is often confused with rapeseed, but the two crops and their oils are distinctly different both compositionally and nutritionally," explains Minnesota canola grower Rob Rynning. Canola oil comes from the crushed seeds of the canola plant, which is a member of the Brassica family that includes broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. It was developed in Canada through traditional plant breeding to remove two undesirable components (erucic acid and glucosinolates) found in rapeseed. To acknowledge these differences, the new plant earned a new name, canola-a contraction of "Canadian" and "ola," meaning "oil." Rapeseed, although still grown in limited quantities in North America, is confined to production under contract for specific industrial uses, Rynning notes. T he oil extracted from canola plants is also one of the most healthful in the world. Doctors and nutrition experts laud canola oil for both what it does contain and what it doesn't. Of all common cooking oils, canola has the most plant-based omega-3 fat (11 percent) and the least saturated fat (7 percent)-half that of olive oil (15 percent). "Since heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, it's critical to lower intake of saturated fat and to consume a moderate amount of healthy fats instead," says Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, cardiologist and director of the women's heart disease center at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital. "Canola oil is simply a smart choice as an everyday cooking oil."

In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized a qualified health claim on canola oil's ability to reduce the risk of heart disease when used in place of saturated fat. Research has shown that the oil's high unsaturated fat content (93 percent) helps lower "bad" LDL cholesterol, thereby reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Unsaturated fats are made up of mono- and polyunsaturated fats, including omega-3 and omega-6. "The types of omega-3 and -6 fats that are found in canola oil can be considered 'essential' in the diet because the body can't make them on its own," notes Roberta Duyff, M.S., R.D.N., author of "American Dietetic Association Complete Food & Nutrition Guide." "Canola oil is higher in omega-3 fat than other common cooking oils so it's an easy way to get some of this often underconsumed nutrient in the diet." Moreover, chefs consider canola oil a kitchen essential, too. Its neutral flavor, light texture and high heat tolerance (a smoke point of 468° F) make it a match for almost any culinary application. "I love cooking with canola oil because it's incredibly versatile," agrees Nancy Hughes, a professional recipe developer and cookbook author. "I use it for sautéing, searing, roasting, baking, stir-frying, vinaigrettes-you name it. The fact that it's healthy to boot makes my decision in the kitchen even easier." Canola oil may help reduce the risk of heart disease when used in place of saturated fat. Body Wash By Any Other Name I have a shopping tip that I learned the other day and would like to share with others. I was at Wal-Mart buying body wash, which can be quite expensive, when I accidentally grabbed the wrong bottle off the shelf. It was the same brand, scent, and had the special “cleansing beads.” However, I grabbed hand soap instead of body wash. Out of curiosity, I checked the ingredients on each bottle and they were virtually identical! So I bought the hand soap in place of the body wash, and I got a bigger bottle for less than half the price! That’s one more expensive item that I can cross off my list. Kim M.

Thanks to the Cook children, grandchildren & great-grandchildren for an “Awesome” 81st Birthday!!!

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An Aruba Adventure (NAPS)-Many Americans have a warm spot in their hearts for a warm spot on the map-the Caribbean island of Arubaespecially during wintertime. One reason: the enchanting festivities, including Saint Nicolas Day on Dec. 5, when children line the harbor for the ceremonious arrival of "Sinterklaas." On Dec. 27, Aruba's biggest traditional musical event, the Dande Festival, has dozens of singers and musical groups present their original works to brighten the new year with blessings, goodwill and prosperity. Then, on Jan. 1, hundreds gather on the beach at noon to take the New Year's Plunge.

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TRAILER FOR SALE- 4x7 steel, single axle, all lights, etc. New, never used. $450. Call 716-498-0065. pb FOR SALE: TWO-ROOM SMALL ANIMAL CONDO. One room has screen with removable window. Removable tray for easy cleaning. Solid wood, shingled roof. Excellent condition. Asking $100. 716-933-6429. fb FOR SALE- LEATHER SADDLE BAGS, WINDSHIELD, sissy bar and rack with expandable leather pack bag for Intruder or C90 Boulevard. $425. 814-598-0418. pb 6/9 Baby Girl Stives, Bolivar Rachel Stives, Bolivar 6/10 Marlene Rose, Wellsville Ronda Sullivan, Andover 6/11 Deborah Howard, Wellsville Eldon Mosher, Wellsville JONES MEMORIAL 6/12 Wilma Demarte, Wellsville Admitted Baby Girl Lafler, 6/7 Brittany Scholes, Belmont Whitesville 6/8 Robin Lafler, Whitesville Robin Lafler, Whitesville Rachel Stives, Bolivar 6/9 Deborah Howard, Wellsville Robin Lafler, Whitesville Ronda Sullivan, Andover Brittany & Cody Scholes, 6/10 Marlene Rose, Wellsville Belmont, a son, 6/7/14, 6/11 Leah Cline, Wellsville Jones Memorial Andrea Niece, Smethport Rachel & Steve Stives, Bolivar, 6/12 Andrea Niece, Smethport a daughter, 6/8/14, Janice Woythal, Andover Jones Memorial Discharged Denise & Samuel Groff, 6/6 Patricia Baker, Wellsville Shinglehouse, a son, Baby Boy Bradley, Cuba 6/8/14, Charles Cole Christina Bradley, Cuba Robin Lafler, Whitesville, Doris Mitchell, Richburg a daughter, 6/9/14, 6/8 Baby Boy Scholes, Jones Memorial Belmont Heather & Daniel Morey, Brittany Scholes, Belmont Roulette, a son, 6/10/14, Sheila Whipple, Wellsville Charles Cole Hospital Listings and Births may also be viewed at

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COLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL COMMUNITY WELLNESS EVENTS • A Free Better Breathers Support Group is held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 11:30 a.m. at Cole Memorial’s Wellness Center in Coudersport. For details, call (814) 2745550. • Free Therapeutic Touch sessions are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Cole Memorial’s Patterson Cancer Care Center. For details, call (814) 2749045. • Are your kids looking for something fun & healthy to do this summer? Starting June 16, the Coudersport Wellness Center’s Family Fitness Challenge summer program kick-off with events like hiking, geo-caching, kayaking, swimming, picnics, games & more! Call 274-5353 for details and sign-up. • The Women’s Health Center at Cole Memorial partnered with the Twin Tiers Affiliate of Susan G. Komen to offer free mammograms to underinsured women age 40 plus on June 18. For an appointment, please call (814) 274-8200. fb

OSWAYO VALLEY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL Shinglehouse, PA. Brice Benson, Principal, has announced that the following students, grades six through twelve, have been named to the honor roll for the fourth nine-week grading period at the Oswayo Valley Middle/High School. Students named to the high honor roll have maintained an average of 93% or above; while those on the honor roll have averaged 87% or above. HIGH HONOR ROLL Grade 12: Cheyenne Brabham, Jessica Harvey, Haylee Kellert, Zachary Metcalf, Kyle Pease, Jessica Stough. Grade 11 : Kent Costello, Maverick DeLong, Brian Gilroy, Miah Graham, Kayla Keech, Coby Krajewski, Ciarra Mix, Virginia Olds. Grade 10: Dylan George, Ricardo Gross, Vitella Moyer, Tristan Rees, Cheyenne Wilson. Grade 9: Garret Babcock, Katherine Diehl, Jessica Edwards, Adam Ferguson, Kendal Keech, Sarah Malogrino, Abigail Matthews, Hannah Metcalf, John Post, Logan Weidner, Grant West. Grade 8: Shayla Bickel, Tricia Gallagher, Aidan Healy, Jacob Karr, Dustin Taylor. Grade 7: Faith Coole, Erynn Dickerson, Rebekah Johnson, Keith Lamb, Jacob Rossborough, Karina West. Grade 6: Brevin Austin, Aaron Bennett-Dailey, Marcus Esposito, Colton Gietler, Justice Rees, Owen Sturdevant, Shayla Wilhelm.

HONOR ROLL Grade 12: Petter Aagesen, Rachael Adams, David Armacost, Kevin Carson, Amber Damon, Alisha Drake, Jacob Duell, Thomas Estes, Edwin Johnson, Catherine Kohl, Andrew Lawrence, Shania Louwerse, Hailee Maxson, Logan Olmstead, Emily Paddison, Jayden Pire, Sunghyun Pyun, Kyle Simons, Megan Unverdorben. Grade 11 : Hailey Black, Anthony Dietze, Christopher Harvey, Nathan Henderson, Rodion Matviichuk, Sara McGee, Christopher Mesler. Grade 10: Sky Barney, Taylor Bean, Jaymie Bennett, Alexander Bernard, Sean Cummings, Hope Howard, Kenneth Kellert, Kali Lananger, Kelsie Pease, Malissa Perkins, Brody Taylor, Jillian Wichert. Grade 9: Rebecka Duell, Arreonna Frost, Kennedy Hallock, Hunter Lee, Madison Nudd, Paige Prince, Paige Tilley. Grade 8: Gage Babcock, Garren Black, Taige Bryant, Kendra George, Alex Goss, Ryan Graves, Theodore Henry, Noah Howard, Kaleb Keech, Madison Miller, Dylan Pesock, Shawn Radigan, Paige Smith, Maverick Waterman. Grade 7: Isaiah Barney, Charlie Gross, Nicole Hamon, Olivia Jandrew, Ava Lee, Caitlin Pease, Macayla Smith, Kaylee Turk, Christa Turner, Nash Wetherby. Grade 6: Brooklyn Babcock, Rafe Caskey, Emma Gross, Honor Gross, Vlad Hoffer, Alton Skiver, Sarah Stickles, Arianna Waterman, Noah Wichert, Morgan Williams. f THE BOLIVAR COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY NEW HOURS: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS 2PM-5PM Located at the United Methodist Church, 80 Friendship St., is a volunteer ministry of the Bolivar churches. It seeks to provide emergency food assistance and support for families and individuals who demonstrate an immediate need. To receive assistance, please call Connie Taylor, 585928-2386 or Bud, 585-928-5108. Call ahead for an appointment. NEW HRS: Pantry is open Mondays 2pm-5pm; Thursdays 2pm-5pm. tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stop we can help. Call AA answering service in your area at 716-372-4800 or 607-276-8588 to talk to someone who cares or to find a meeting in your area. tf

Plan A Vacation, Get Happy (NAPSA)-It's no surprise that a great vacation can cause a boost in happiness. But did you know that the biggest boost in happiness actually comes from the vacation-planning process, which has a greater impact on happiness than the vacation itself? That's the word from experts who say that just the anticipation of a vacation can increase happiness for up to eight weeks, according to a study published in the journal Applied Research in Quality of Life. To help jump-start your happiness, here are some tips on how to plan a great vacation and get happy. • Commit to Regular Vacations: Americans wasted more than 500 million vacation days last year. To keep from becoming part of this statistic, lock in your vacations now! One great way to ensure you take regular getaways is by purchasing vacation ownership. This travel lifestyle product guarantees that you will have a vacation each year. And through exchange companies like RCI, you can swap your week or points for a stay at one of the nearly 4,500 resorts in more than 100 countries that are a part of its exchange. • Choose the Vacation You Need: Your destination and activities of choice are essential parts of planning the vacation you need. Think about the type of experience you want. Are you stressed at work? Perhaps a beach vacation at a spa resort would provide the relaxation you need to come home rejuvenated and refreshed. Or have you been feeling stagnated and bored? Then a location with activities like zip lining or scuba diving will give you the adrenaline rush you crave. Also think about if you would like a family-friendly resort, or choose an adults-only break if that's what you need. It's your vacation-take ownership of the details. • Do Your Research: With so much travel advice available online, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Find a site that comes from a name you can trust, and that offers a wealth of advice on many destinations at once. This way, you can compare several location options on one site. Travel guide and travel magazine websites are good sources, as is, where you can find information on destinations including traveler reviews.

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THE 107TH COMMENCEMENT OF THE OSWAYO VALLEY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL The 107th commencement of the Oswayo Valley Middle/High School was held on Friday, June 6, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Forty two seniors received diplomas during the ceremony. The presentation of medals was made by District Superintendent, Dr. Frank McClard. The Welcome Address was presented by Cheyenne Brabham, the recipient of the Jessica Harvey, Zachary Metcalf, Cheyenne Brabham Third Honors Award. She is the daughter of Eugene Brabham of Shinglehouse, PA and Amy Gray of Eldred, PA. Ms. Brabham plans to attend Clarion University and major in Pre-Pharmacy. The Commencement Address was given by Zachary Metcalf, class valedictorian, son of Shawn and Amy Metcalf of Shinglehouse, PA. Mr. Metcalf will attend Liberty University and major in Aeronautic Pilot/Mechanic. Also giving a Commencement Address was class salutatorian, Jessica Harvey, daughter of Tim and Natalie Harvey of Shinglehouse, PA. Ms. Harvey will attend University of Pittsburgh at Bradford and major in Radiological Science. Presentation of the class was made by Principal, Brice Benson and diplomas were given to the students by Board of Education President, Tim Ford. Closing remarks were given by Jessica Stough, Class Vice-President, daughter of James Stough. Music was provided by Mrs. Natalie Seely. Awards and scholarships were announced by Jane Perkins, Guidance Counselor. Over $120,000 in scholarships sponsored by local organizations were made available to Oswayo Valley graduates. The following students were awarded diplomas: Petter Aagesen, Rachael L. Adams, Cheyenne Lynn Brabham, Kevin M. Carson, Anthony Edward Clancy, Spencer J. Cole, Amber Lynn Damon, Austin A. Dickerson, Alisha Marie Drake, Jacob E. Duell, Thomas D. Estes, Emilie Elizabeth Ford, Sarah A. Fuller, Draven M. Gibbons, Keagen Michael Goodliff, Jessica L. Harvey, Brittany Alece Higgins, Garrett J. Howard, Kyler M. Hunt, Trenton R. James, Edwin D. Johnson, Haylee Marie Kellert, Catherine Elizabeth Kohl, Andrew D. Lawrence, Shania Lynn Louwerse, Hailee Renee Maxson, Brayden James Meacham, Zachary Thomas Metcalf, Alexander M. Miller, Alton E. Nofsker III, Grant Thomas Nolan, Logan Marie Olmstead, Emily Lynn Paddison, Kyle Scott Pease, Troy Alexander Pease, Jayden Alexander Pire, Sunghyun Pyun, Amber Lynn Rounsville, Kyle J. Simons, Jessica Lynn Stough, Megan Rose Unverdorben, Brianna Noel Welch. f

FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Rte. 417, Little Genesee, NY Office: 585-928-1856 Pastor: Clint Pearsall Sunday School. . . . . .9:45am Children’s Church and Morning Worship. . . . .11am Wednesday Evening Teen Groups...............6:30pm Discovery Club Children’s Program & Prayer Mtg . 7pm MOPS first and third Tues. Sept.-June .......9:30am-Noon ***

OFF-SEASON TIPS FOR YOUR YOUNG ATHLETE (NAPSA)-Increasingly, young athletes who want to take their game to the next level have to find additional training opportunities to supplement their school or town program. While the process of evaluating or designing an off-season training program can be challenging for a parent, it doesn't have to be that way. To help, here are some tips: • Start by signing your child up for a camp or clinic. Camps provide athletes with an introduction to group training and can be a great way for kids to get used to playing against local or out-of-town competition. In a typical camp, kids will practice with their peers and get exposed to different coaching styles. While the length of camps vary, they usually only last a few days. It is important to remember, however, that camps can get pricey and athletes need rest. Avoid scheduling a summer full of back-to-back camps to prevent athlete burnout. • Stay active and healthy throughout the off-season. Parents can help their athletes by making exercise-and the right diet-key parts of an off-season routine. Even parents without a sports background can contribute to their child's success. Timing athletes, counting reps, completing drills and taking children on bike rides, trail runs or to a local swimming pool are easy ways to provide support. • Seek the help of a private coach or trainer. A private coach can create a customized, sport-specific training program for your athlete during the off-season. In addition, many private coaches can provide guidance in skill development, but they can also help your athlete when it comes to film study, competition strategy, flexibility and agility work, and weight-training regimens. While locating the right coach for a student athlete can be challenging, there is a resource that can help. A site called connects athletes with private sports coaches across the country for one-on-one and small-group coaching sessions. One-on-one coaching is a wise investment for any parent. In fact, the cost of private coaching has become comparable to that of camps and can even cost less. Beyond sports-specific skill coaching, a private coach can also serve as a personal mentor and be a resource for athletes with injury concerns or expose them to a new sport they lack experience in. To learn more about finding a coach for your student athlete and constructing an off-season program, visit


POTTER COUNTY - GOD’S COUNTRY. Photo above shows camping at the Honeoye Valley Temperance Assembly in the Shinglehouse Park about 1908. This photo was loaded by Mrs. Winnie Maxson and appeared in an earlier edition of the Monesyaver.

HERITAGE AFLAME MINISTRIES 585-928-2648 ext. 2 198 Salt Rising Rd., Bolivar, NY 14715 Sunday Morning Services ..................10:00am at The Chapel, 647 S. Union St., Olean, NY Morning Services.....10:00am Sunday Night Chapel on the Hill. .6:00pm Wed. Prayer...............6:00pm at The Chapel. Wed. D2D...................6:30pm at The Ministry Center.


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