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FARM AUCTION Atlee D. and Lydia Miller 464 Collins Hill Road Ulysses, PA 16948 - Potter Co.


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30 HOLSTEIN HEIFERS - HORSE - LIVESTOCK FARM MACHINERY - BUGGIES - PRODUCE EQUIPMENT FARM RELATED - HOUSEHOLDS AND MORE! LIVESTOCK: 30 Yearling Holstein Heifers; Jersey Bull; 6 year old Standardbred Driving Mare; 35 Laying Hens, Turkeys, Geese, Pheasants. FARM MACHINERY: Waukesha Engine w/Clutch; IHC Green Crop Hay Loader; Hay Rake; Buck Rake; JD 14T Baler; Field Drags; 12’ Harrow; Field Packer/Roller; 2 Hay Loaders needs repair; IHC Power Corn Sheller; 2 Row Corn Planter; JD Corn Binder w/ Truck; McDeering 7’ Grain Binder w/Truck; Field Sprayer; Lime Drill; 5-2 Way Plows; Oliver Plow; Fore Cart; Dump Trailer; Gravity Wagon; Flatbed Wagon; 50’ Hay & Grain Elevator; Round Bale Carrier; Round Bale Feeder; 4 Feed Troughs; 2 Buzz Saws. PRODUCE EQUIPMENT: 8’x14’ Fiberglass Greenhouse; Water Wheel Transplanter; Plastic Mulch Layer; Misc Produce Supplies. BUGGIES: 2 Seated Top Buggy; Single Seat Top Buggy; Open Buggy; 2 Bobsleds HAY : Approx. 200 Bales of 2nd Cutting Hay FARM RELATED: Milking Stands for Goats; Lot of Cement Blocks; 3 Fuel Tanks; 14’ Boat on Trailer; Horse drawn Lawn Mower; Weed Eater; Misc. Farm Related Tools. HOUSEHOLDS: Enterprise Kitchen Range; Dressers; Tables; Folding Tables; Oak Sewing Machine Cabinet and Heads; Solid Oak Chairs; Knee Hole Desk; Oak Wood Box; Oak Office Chairs; Office Desks; Beds & Cribs; Rug Loom; Upright Ice Box; Maytag Wringer Washer; Rinse Tubs; Shelving; Table Top Cream Separator; Butter Churn; Butter Bowl; Crocks; Sad Irons; Misc. Dishes and Glassware; Box lots of Misc. Households.

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

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ALLEGANY COUNTY 4-H DISTRICT DAIRY BOWL RESULTS Yorkshire: NY- Allegany County 4-H has attended District Dairy Bowl for the past several years. This year the team consisted of the following 4-H members: Megan Jozwiak (14, Hinsdale), Elana Emerson (14, Cuba), Molly Emerson (17, Cuba), Lily McGovern (17, Belmont), Josh Deichmann (18, Belmont), Michael Deichmann (17, Belmont), Alyssa Santangelo (17, Cuba), Elizabeth Burrows (18, Cuba), Logan Torrey (11, Angelica), Noah Santangelo (13, Cuba), Kyla Jozwiak (10, Hinsdale), Alexis Deichmann (11, Belmont), Zach Deichmann (14, Belmont), Josie (13, Rushford) and Kimmi Litchner (14, Rushford). This year’s District contest had a total of six counties participating; Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Niagara and Wyoming County. There were a total of 20 teams competing at three levels (Novice, Junior Senior). The Allegany County teams placed as follows: Senior team no. 1 - 9th, senior team no. 2 - 6th, and junior team no. 1 - 7th, and junior team no. 2 - 8th. Allegany County had two senior individuals that placed in the top ten. They were Josh Deichmann placed 4th and Lily McGovern placed 8th. Josh is eligible to go onto the State Contest at Cornell in April. We would like to thank the sponsors that helped make this possible for our Dairy 4-H youth. Thank you to Whitford L. C. of Wellsville, NY, Emerson Family of Cuba, NY, Dawn Santangelo, Cuba Gold Diggers 4-H Club Leader, Willow Creek Farm of Belmont, NY and Torrey Family Jams and Bakery of Angelica, NY. Your support is greatly appreciated. Last, but absolutely not least, 4-H would also like to thank our dedicated volunteer coaches, Nicole Santangelo, Carly Neumann, Margaret Jefferds, Vickie Santangelo and Dawn Santangelo. Without them this event would not be what it is today. Thank you so much for your dedication and determination. You are truly amazing. “The competition is a great opportunity for 4-H members from the Western NY counties to get to know each other and share some fun.” If you are interested in knowing more about this and other opportunities that 4-H has to offer, call 585-268-7644 ext. 26, Tom Parmenter, Dairy Educator.

NOTE: Owners are moving out of state. 9:30AM Wagon loads of smalls, Households, Farm Machinery, Followed by Livestock. TERMS: Cash or Check w/Proper ID. Lunch & Bake Sale by Amish Ladies, Restrooms

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814-354-2290 “The Voice of Experience” FOR RENT- Modern efficient 1 bedroom apartment, Village of Bolivar, off-street parking, washer/dryer hookup, appliances included. $475 includes water and sewer. No pets. Deposit and references required. Call Bob Ingalls, 585-928-2678. tfc —————————————————————————————— ROCKY WORK BOOTS - FULL LINE IN STOCK Steel toe boots from $99. “No Sales Tax”. Howard’s Home Furnishings, Shinglehouse, Pa. 814-697-6241. 4/1c ——————————————————————————————

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

ALLEGANY COUNTY HOME BUREAU The Allegany County Home Bureau meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 10:00 a.m. at the Bolivar United Methodist Church, Friendship St., Bolivar, NY. Must be 18 years of age to join. Contact: Pat Lucas, 716-933-6366 or f

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

THE BOLIVAR COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY 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 Gene Robak, 585-928-1814. Call ahead for an appointment. Pantry is open Tuesday nights 4pm-7pm; Thursday afternoons 2pm-5pm. tf

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Sundays: Adult Electives. . . . . . .9:30am Youth & Children (all ages) Sunday School. . . . . . . .9:30am Worship & Praise Service Contemporary...............11am Children’s Church Nursery provided to age 3 for all services. Youth Group 2nd & 4th Sunday. . . . .6:00pm FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 498 Seaward Ave. Bradford, PA 16701 Church: 814-368-7622 Sunday School...........9:45am Morning Worship.....11:00am Evening Service.........6:00pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting.......7:00pm NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP WORLD OUTREACH CENTER Cyclone, PA Phone: 814-465-3272 Stanton R. Higley, Pastor Sunday Service........11:00am Monday......................7:00pm McCRAE BROOK WESLEYAN CHURCH 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 —————————————————————————————— 2002 ARCTIC CAT 500 ATV- All manual Hi-Lo 4WD with plow. Good condition. Workhorse! $2,700 o.b.o. 814-697-7615. 3/8pb WASHER, $200. DRYER, $175. 30” Range, $175. Refrigerator, $225. Phone 716-676-3965 or 716-373-1553. pb

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Pictured above is Kari Kurtz, Cole Foundation Representative, Deb Carr,PA-C, Honor Your Caregiver Recipient, and Robert Lowther, Eastern Regional Manager Coudersport- Cole Memorial recently recognized Deb Carr, a Certified Physician Assistant from Galeton, PA, through the “Honor Your Caregiver” program. The “Honor Your Caregiver” program, sponsored through The Cole Foundation, provides patients and their families the opportunity to show their gratitude to a provider, nurse, therapist, housekeeper, office or any other caregiver who played a special role in their care. Deb was recognized by one of her patients for giving excellent care and services that exceeded the patient’s expectations. “She listens with an open ear and keeps an open mind and encourages her patients to participate in and take responsibility for their own healthcare,” said her patient. In honor of this recognition, The Cole Foundation awarded Deb with a certificate, pin, and letter to share the patient’s comments. If you’ve received excellent care and would like to recognize that person through the “Honor Your Caregiver” program please contact The Cole Foundation at 814-2745220 or by visiting us online at fb

FOR SALE - RABBITS, pure bred, no pedigree. Mini Rex, Dwarf, Hotots. $10.00 ea. Phone 814-642-7690. pb LIVE IN CONCERT AT THE CATTARAUGUS County Fair! July 30th - Craig Morgan and July 31st - Scotty McCreery! Tickets go on sale April 10th at 9am at the fairgrounds or by phone at 716-938-9146. For ticket prices, seating charts and more visit cb 1997 HONDA VALKERIE MOTORCYCLE, 1500cc, lots of extras, lots of chrome, excellent condition. $7,000.00. Also, like new Western saddle with blanket, breast collar and bridle, $300.00 o.b.o. Shinglehouse, Pa. Call 814-817-5605 or 585307-0524. pb CERES TOWNSHIP MEETING Ceres Township monthly meetings are scheduled on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. The next scheduled meeting is Tues., April 8th, 2014. fb Phone: 814-225-3753 Pastor Bill Nace Sunday School. . . . . . . . .10:00am Worship Service.......11:00am Wednesday: Family Bible Study & Prayer Service..7pm Youth Ministry..........7:00pm GRACE CHAPEL CHURCH 203 Rte. 446, Farmers Valley, Pa. Phone: 814-887-5567 Pastor: Jerry Stauffer Sunday Morning Service. . .10:30am EAST SMETHPORT UNITED CHRISTIAN CHURCH At Rte. 6 & 46 South Pastor: Rev. Allen Young Associate Pastor: Les Leet 814-887-2255• Sunday School...........9:00am Worship Service.......10:00am

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CERES CEMETERY ASSOCIATION The Ceres Cemetery Association will hold its Annual meeting on April 16th at 6:00pm at the Ceres United Methodist Church. All lot owners and interested persons are welcome to attend. -Dewight Gleason, President 4/25fb CORYVILLE CHURCH OF FAITH 1913 Moody Hollow Eldred, PA•814-225-4943 Rev. Kent Hill SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School. . . . . . . . .9:30am Morning Worship...10:45am Sunday Evening. . . . . .6:30pm WEDNESDAY: Prayer Meeting.......6:30pm LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST CHURCH

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SALVATION ARMY OFFERS FREE COURSES IN DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE TRAINING (Olean, NY, April 2, 2014)- The Olean Salvation Army will be offering free training classes in emergency preparedness and disaster response on Friday and Saturday, April 11 and April 12. The first course on Friday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., is “Introduction to Emergency Disaster Services,” the base training course for volunteers interested in becoming a volunteer for the Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services serving the Olean area. The course offers a basic understanding of how The Salvation Army responds to disasters at both the local and national level. Topics include the different phases of disaster response, how you can respond in your community and how to care for yourself and others in a crisis. The intro course is a prerequisite for advanced disaster training in the Incident Command System, Food Service and Food Safety, First Aid/ CPR, Emotional and Spiritual Care, plus additional specialized courses. This introductory class provides participants with an overview of the Army’s mission and its role within disaster work. The course also covers teaching volunteers how to prepare and equip themselves for a disaster deployment with The Salvation Army. “During last year’s flooding in the Mohawk Valley and city of Oneida, our trained volunteers were able to assist in all aspects of relief efforts to help survivors,” said Stephanie Nicklas, The Salvation Army’s Empire State Division, director of Emergency Disaster Services. Saturday’s course runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is an introduction to the “Incident Command System” and explains how the system is used to command, control and coordinate disaster relief operations. Incident Command is a standardized incidentmanagement response used by all levels of government. It makes possible a coordinated response among government jurisdictions and non-profit agencies in an emergency. It covers the coordination of equipment, personnel, facilities and communication. The classes are free and open to anyone who registers in advance. Materials will be provided. Refreshments will be provided for Friday and Saturday, along with lunch on Saturday. Classes will be held at the Olean Salvation Army Worship and Community Center at 310 E. State Street, in Olean. Volunteers completing Introduction to Emergency Disaster Services and Incident Command System training then can become certified in Emergency Disaster Services Night Service.............4:00pm Wednesday.................4:30pm VALLEY WORSHIP CENTER Rte. 446 Farmers Valley Smethport, PA Rev. David Eastman 814-887-5065 Sunday School...........9:30am Morning Worship.....10:30am Sunday Evening. . . . . . . .6:00pm Wed. Evening.............6:30pm SARTWELL CREEK UNION CHURCH Port Allegany RD 2 Port Allegany, PA Rev. LaVerne R. Howard, Pastor Worship Hour. .9:30-10:30am Sunday School. . . .10:30-11am Everyone Welcome GETHSEMANE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 205 Arnold Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. 16743 814-642-9261 Worship Service.......11:00am COUDERSPORT ALLIANCE CHURCH 7 Alliance Avenue Coudersport, Pa., 16915 814-274-8661 (phone) 814-274-8668 (fax) Senior Pastor: Joe Lazurek Sunday Worship............10:00am

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and receive a Salvation Army photo ID, she said. The classes are a kick off to the Emergency Disaster Services Program for the Olean Salvation Army. During disasters, both local and national, The Salvation Army depends on trained volunteers to provide disaster relief services to survivors. Throughout the United States, the Salvation Army provides food, personal care items, clean up kits, counseling, and referrals for social services for disaster survivors. “Last summer flooding along with prior years flooding from both hurricane and tropical storms showed that upstate New York in not immune to disasters. The training offered in these courses enables participants to provide needed emergency assistance through The Salvation Army in his or her own community in the event of a disaster,” she said. To register for both courses, log onto to http:// or contact the Olean Salvation Army at 716-372-6740. The Salvation Army is officially recognized by federal, state and local governments across the country as a sanctioned disaster relief and assistance organization. As a relief organization within the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD), The Salvation Army was involved in the development of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) recently released National Response Framework. fb THE FRESH AIR FUND National Volunteer Week marks a special time of year for The Fresh Air Fund, and I would like to take this opportunity to extend my sincere thanks to our dedicated Fresh Air volunteers, hosts and supporters in the Finger Lakes, NY. Their continued dedication to our New York City children is exemplary for all community members and truly embodies the spirit of the 2014 National Volunteer Week, which is from April 6th to April 12th. Fresh Air volunteers work in several capacities throughout the year in 13 states from Virginia to Maine and Canada to help make The Fresh Air Fund’s programs possible. Fresh Air host families open their hearts and homes, and share the everyday joys of summertime with their Fresh Air friends. Our local volunteer leaders - many of whom are also hosts - serve on our local committees, plan summer activities, publicize the program, and interview prospective host families. Additionally, individuals and local businesses give generously of their time and resources to make The Fresh Air Fundís Volunteer Host Family Program throughout this area a great success each summer. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8 million New York City children since 1877. For more information on how you can help to continue this wonderful tradition of volunteering, please call The Fresh Air Fund at 1-800-367-0003 or visit fb KEVIN GUEST HOUSE Located in Buffalo, NY, The Kevin Guest House was established as a memorial to Kevin Garvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Garvey of Sharon, Pa. Kevin lost his battle to cancer at the age of 13. The Kevin Guest House provides a temporary, safe refuge for patients and their families at a nominal fee, and extends its hospitality to families of patients who are receiving treatment at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo General Hospital, and other area hospitals. For over 35 years the Kevin Guest House has been welcoming guests, and provides an atmosphere of caring which helps families focus on their loved ones without the stress of finding temporary, affordable accomodations near local health care facilities and services. Kevin Guest House, 782 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14203. Phone: 716-882-1818; Fax: 716-882-1291 or e-mail General tffb


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THE BOLIVAR LIONESS CLUB IS COLLECTING used hearing aids for the Finger Lakes Region Lion’s Hearing Foundation. The FLRLHF assists financially burdened hearing impaired persons in our area (and western NY). The used hearing aids’ salvage value normally offsets the cost of repairs. Please put your old hearing aids in a sealed plastic bag to prevent loss of small parts. A drop box is located at Steuben Trust Bank, Bolivar, NY or contact Lois Lounsberry, 585-928-1752 if you have a donation. tf The PORTVILLE COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY, located at the First Presbyterian Church, 19 N. Main St., Portville, is a volunteer organization of the Portville Community. It is a supplemental and emergency food pantry seeking to serve the residents of the Portville School district. Anyone who receives assistance (food stamps, welfare, Social Security, etc.) and resides in the Portville School District is eligible to receive food from the Portville Community Food Pantry. The food pantry is open the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 5 to 6:30 p.m. tf

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GETTING RID OF LICE SAFELY My grandkids had lice and the parents had tried every commercial preparation on the market and all the home remedies they heard about and nothing worked. I found this one online, and after one application, the lice were gone. Also, it is perfectly safe. Soak head with full-strength Listerine®, and generic will do. I put it in a spray bottle and held a wash cloth along the hairline, so it wouldn’t get in the kids’ eyes. Cover with shower cap and leave in for at least two hours or even overnight if you like. When you remove the shower cap, you will see dead lice in the shower cap. Rinse. Next soak head with full strength apple cider vinegar. Again I put it in a spray bottle. Cover with a shower cap. Leave in for at least two hours or as long as you like. This kills the nits. Remove shower cap and rinse. Finally, cover head with cream rinse and start combing. Every time you feel like you have hit a tangle, it is a nit that was stuck to the hair. Rinse. You can do this as often as you like, but we only did it one time and the lice were gone. -Cara

COLE MEMORIAL OFFERS TELEMEDICINE FOR PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES Coudersport, PA- When a child requires emergent health care, Cole Memorial’s pediatricians and emergency medicine providers deliver immediate attention while consulting with clinical specialists at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) via new state-of-the-art telemedicine technology. “Last month, Cole Memorial launched pediatric emergency telemedicine in the emergency department and the maternity unit, thanks to the Optimizing Utilization and Rural Emergency Access for Children (OUTREACH) program by UPMC,” said Ann Slotta, RN, director of maternal/child and inpatient behavioral health services at Cole Memorial. “The telemedicine unit is portable so it can be used in the emergency department (E.D.) or in the newborn nursery at the Hospital, allowing our providers to collaborate with pediatric specialists in Pittsburgh.” Telemedicine offers two-way audio/video conferencing applications to provide high-level clinical consultations between a Cole Memorial provider and a specialist at a distance. Cole Memorial is leading the way in the development of telemedicine services for cardiology, neurology and rheumatology, in addition to this new pediatric tele-emergency department services and the teleneonatal intensive care unit. According to Shannon Work, RN, director of Emergency Services at Cole Memorial, 18% of the patients that visit the E.D. are age 18 and under. So far, the benefits of Cole’s pediatric emergency telemedicine service include: - Patients and their family travel less to receive specialized care - The need for hospital admissions may be reduced - When higher-level care or a special procedure is required, transfers may be made immediately 3/29 Baby Boy Good, Wellsville 3/30 Ruth Green, Shinglehouse 3/31 Walter Cole Sr., Wellsville Ana Mejia, Fillmore Baby Boy Mejia, Fillmore 4/2 Rafaela McQueen, Wellsville JONES MEMORIAL 4/3 Susan Stives, Bolivar Admitted 3/29 Charles Beebe, Wellsville 3/30 Susan Stives, Bolivar 3/31 Vada Carlin, Wellsville Irene Shine, Wellsville Heidi Good, Wellsville, a son, 4/1 Regina Copenhaver, 3/28/14, Jones Memorial Bolivar Natalie & Brandon Whitman, Chynise Logue, Allentown Port Allegany, a son, 4/2 Kimberly Layfield, Bolivar 3/29/14, Charles Cole Emma Miles, Wellsville Norma & Tyler Stevens, Deanna Scott, Scio Ulysses, a daughter, Annabelle Spencer, 3/30/14, Charles Cole Wellsville Chynise Logue, Allentown, 4/3 Paula Baker, Hornell a son, 4/1/14, Carol Griswold, Bolivar Jones Memorial Carole Nye, Wellsville Deanna & Alexander Scott, Discharged Scio, a daughter, 4/2/14, 3/28 Cynthia Sereno, Jones Memorial Tonawanda

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From the left: Cole Memorial’s Ashley Cowburn, RN from the Maternity Department, 4-year old Sophia Cizek and Pediatrician Marlene Wust-Smith, MD in the Emergency Department’s pediatric telemedicine exam room. f DOLLAR STRETCHER TIPS PROM SAVINGS If you have a friend at another school, consider borrowing or trading dresses if the two of you are the same size. If you live a ski parka sort of life and occasionally need a proper winter coat or grown up rain coat for a trip, see if you can borrow one for a weekend or an evening, returning it in good shape and dry cleaned, of course! The same thing is true with an evening bag or dinner jacket. -T.

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DIABETICS: Educational & Testing Services Provided By The Wellsville Lions Club Diabetes Center at Jones Memorial Hospital WELLSVILLE – The Wellsville Lions Club Jones Memorial Hospital Diabetes Center at Jones Memorial Hospital sponsors a monthly series of classes designed to assist diabetics in managing their condition. The classes – which are titled “Diabetes Management”, “Diabetes Complications” and “Connecting Food to Blood Glucose Levels” – are held at Jones Memorial Hospital and include a private, one-on-one session with a Certified Diabetic Nurse Educator. Most insurances cover part - if not all - of the cost of diabetes education sessions. For specific information, contact your insurance provider. Certified by the American Diabetes Association, the Wellsville Lions Club Diabetes Center also offers on-site testing, such as A1C, lipids, urine micro albumin, and a retinal camera. For more information, contact your healthcare provider or call the Diabetes Center at 585-5964035.


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. 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




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Outgoing Ridgewalk & Run Chair Rich Shear, left, officially handed over the reins to the event to Jim Helms, Jones Memorial’s HIM Director during the first organizational meeting for the 2014 Ridgewalk & Run. Wellsville, NY (March 31, 2014)- After 22 years, Ridgewalk & Run - known as the premier outdoor fitness event in the region - is changing hands. Sponsored by the Wellsville-area Chamber of Commerce since 1993, the 2014 Ridgewalk & Run will be a Jones Memorial Hospital Community Wellness Event. “It was a natural transition,” explained Rich Shear, chairman of the hospital board and founder of the Ridgewalk. “The hospital has always been a major supporter of the Ridgewalk and when the Chamber was ready to move it to another organization, it made sense that the hospital should step forward.” The Ridgewalk & Run brings thousands of people to Wellsville to enjoy the natural beauty of Western New York. “We are excited to add the Ridgewalk into our Community Wellness Events,” said Eva Benedict, CEO at Jones. “It is a natural fit with our efforts to enhance and promote wellness with activities like the upcoming GLOW 5K Run and the Girls on the Run program.” A successful Ridgewalk & Run is a major undertaking and one that relies on a dedicated group of volunteers. “Most of the committee chairs have agreed to stay on and help us and that is a relief,” added Mrs. Benedict. “The support of the community in pulling it together is vital!” The event takes months of planning, though much of the more intense, hands-on work taking place in the last few weeks. This includes walking and running all of the routes and setting up the aid stations along the route. The first Ridgewalk was in 1993 and Jones Memorial got involved a year later when Mr. Shear asked Jones Memorial’s Mona Carbone, RN, if the hospital would consider organizing and running the 12 aid stations along the route. Since then, the hospital’s involvement has expanded to sponsoring the Finish Line Tent and bringing in the University of Rochester Medical Center as a co-sponsor. As a hospital-sponsored event, the Ridgewalk & Run is now a non-profit event. “That means sponsors will be eligible for a tax credit in exchange for their support,” explained the 2014 Ridgewalk & Run Chairman Jim Helms, an avid runner and director of Health Information Management at Jones Memorial. “This is such a unique event and I am looking forward to playing a bigger part in pulling it together.” The Ridgewalk has a maximum number of participants, 1100, and would like to see the event reach that number this year. If you would like to help out with the Ridgewalk & Run or register to participate, please check out f

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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 FIRST SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF GENESEE 8265 Main Street Little Genesee 14754 Church: 585-928-1857 585-259-2989 Pastor: Kevin Palmiter Sabbath (Saturday) Fellowship...............9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . .9:45am Morning Praise & Worship ..................................10:45am Bible Study (Wednesday). . ....................................6:30pm First Sabbath of each month: Fellowship meal after Worship. 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.

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MINIATURE DONKEY FOR SALE- $150. Excellent pet / companion. 585-928-2725, leave message if no answer. fb TOILET- GOOD CONDITION - FREE. Call 585-973-2470. fb 2001 RAM 2500 SLT LARAMIE- New drive train with warranty, Trac-rac with cantilever, needs some body work. $5,800 o.b.o. 814-598-1160. 2/8pb VINYL WINDOWS - TILT-IN, (4) 48x59; (1) 30x59; $225 for all. Cyclone rake, new. Phone 814-225-3833. 2/8pb HERD DISPERSAL SALE. Irish Dexter cattle. Registered breeding stock. The ideal small farm breed. 585-928-2725. pb SPRING VENDOR SHOW - APRIL 12TH from 9am-3pm at the Eldred Borough Fire Department. Over twenty-five vendors. Come and support the fire department. cb

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News: $45.50 Guide: $34.75 Both Papers: $64.25

on Any ONE ITEM For Sale For $150 OR LESS • The ad must be a personal reader from a family or individual for one item. • Garage and lawn sales not included. • May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of commercial nature: firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.) • Price must be in ad (“best offers” not accepted). • Run one week at a time. • 25 words or less. • Limit: one free ad per issue. Ad must meet all of the above requirements or we will not run it. Please use the free reader ad form below.

As always, we will run meeting notices and organization notices of events not involving money for free.

Payment must accompany ad or it will not be printed. Please Run the Prices are for 1 Week - Double for 2 Weeks - Triple for 3 Weeks, etc.

Check Box Below for Which Following Ad For: Area You Want Your Ad In: Eldred, Port Allegany, Smethport, 1 Week Mt. Jewett Area - Shopping News 2 Weeks Bolivar, Portville, Shinglehouse Area - Shopping Guide 3 Weeks Double Price - Both Papers or ____ Weeks

COMMERCIAL, BUSINESS & SERVICE ADS**: $5.00 per week for first 15 words or less, 20¢ each additional word. Ads designated as commercial are (example): Add $2.50 Per Week Check Box for Bordered Reader Ad: Per Paper For rent, items made for sale, items bought for resale, painting, repairs, services, hay for sale, dogs for sale, as well as business Please PRINT AD as you wish to have it published. listings. Include name and address if you want it in ad. Allow only BORDERED READER ADS: $2.50 extra per paper one word per space. (Telephone number is one word.) If more space is needed, you may write ad on separate for each reader ad

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Free Reader Ad Form For One Item for Sale for $150 or Less •The ad must be a personal reader from a family or individual for ONE ITEM! •Garage and lawn sales not included. •May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of commercial nature: firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.) •Price must be in ad (“best offers” not accepted). •Run one week at a time. Mail or Bring to: •25 words or less. Moneysaver Advertising •Limit: one free ad per issue.

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THE COLE FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES LIST OF DONORS Coudersport, PA- The Cole Foundation announces their list of donors who have given toward projects and initiatives from January 2014 - March 2014. “We are grateful to our donors, who make it possible to enhance the work of Cole Memorial through their generosity. These gifts enable our local healthcare system to remain progressive and vibrant in order to best serve the medial needs of our diverse communities” said Patrice Levavasseur, Executive Director, Cole Foundation. Bowman Scholarship Fund- In memory of Mary Ellen Lewis: Bonnie K. Healy Cardiac Rehab Fund- In memory of Bill & Kathryn Thompson: Bonnie K. Healy Digital Mammography Fund- Oswayo Valley School District Volleyball Team General Fund- In honor of Central Potter Health Center: Odd Fellows Home of Western Pennsylvania Honor Your Caregiver- In honor of Deb Carr: Mike and Linda Voss-Plummer; In honor of Dr. Wei: Ed and Shelby Pitchford; In honor of Dr. Szczupak: Ed and Shelby Pitchford Long Term Care Activity Fund- In Memory of Phyllis A. Glinkowski: Bonnie K. Healy, Ed and Shelby Pitchford Patterson Cancer Care Center Fund- Batterson’s Beverage, Bosek and Rankin Motor Sales, Cimino Hardware, Inc., County Line Enterprises, Edward and Theresa Dennison, Jeffrey and Veronica Dugan, Earl F. Dean Inc., Lyle and Jean Folk, Forest View Evergreen Tree Farms, Galeton Area School District, Galeton Education Association, Klines Gift Shoppe, Larry’s Sport Center, Inc., Loyal Order Moose Galeton LDG 826, Henry and Jean Lush, M & M Logging & Lumber Co., Mark Germino Agency Inc., Nittany Oil Company, Inc., Northwest Savings Bank, Jonathan and Laura Ogden, Logan Olmstead, Raymond Richar VFW Post 6611 Home Assocation, SMC Powder Metallurgy, Inc. In memory of Chauncey Taylor: Edna Taylor In memory of Pete Ernst: Maribeth Brown, Jacqueline Ernst-O’Brien, Bruce Fessenden, Arnold Haskins, Jim Johnson, Donald McFall, The Passive RF Program Team In Memory of Amy Empson: Cheryl Rimel In memory William Sauers Sr.: Edna Taylor In memory of Marilyn E. ‘Tiff’ Slawson: National Fuel Reach Out and Read- Dave & Sharon Crandall Shinglehouse Health Center Expansion ProjectAnonymous, Darwin Roberts, Thomas Firkel, John and Patrice Levavasseur In honor of Dr. Barke: Ed and Shelby Pitchford In honor of our community-Telemedicine/Treatment Suite: Anonymous In memory of DeWayne Hanel: Barry and Janette Church, Richard and Bernice Eastman, Norma Hanel, Haskins Household, Dale and Pamela Heusner, Martin and Nerine Maier, Edmund and Theresa Memmott, Shinglehouse Walleye Club, Charlotte Voorhees, William T. Wichert & Family In honor of all medical helpers- Jack and Lila Hewitt For more information visit or call 814-274-5520. fb *** A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. -Herm Albright



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Family Friendly Dining •Daily Pizza & Wing Specials Tuesday Dart Night starting at 7pm & $2 Longnecks from 6 - 9pm Thursday

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HAM & TURKEY RAFFLE APRIL 11th, 2014 7:00pm Open To The Public • Non Smoking • Join The Fun!

BOLIVAR FREE LIBRARY Hrs.: Mon., Wed., Thurs. 6-8pm; Tues. 12:30-4:30pm; Fri. 9:30am-4:30pm; Sat. 9am-12pm. tf —————————————————————————————— LAFEVER & SONS Carley says, “You don’t even have to travel - Call my dad if you need gravel.” 716-378-8859 or 716-378-6859. 4/8c —————————————————————————————— FRIENDSHIP FREE LIBRARY HOURS: Mon. Closed; Tues. 12:30-6; Wed. 9am-12pm & 6-9pm; Thurs. 12:30pm-6pm; Fri. Closed; Sat. 10am-1pm; Sun. Closed. tf HELP THE BOLIVAR FOOD PANTRY! Celebrate National Library Week! April 13th - 19th Bring in a canned food item for every over due book at the Richburg Colonial Library, 160 Main Street, Richburg, NY and we will forgive your fine. We will deliver the canned goods to the Bolivar Food Pantry. f

4C’S SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB The March 11th trip to Cartwright Pancake House in Angelica was very enjoyable as were the buckwheat pancakes. Tuesday, March 25th twenty-eight members and one guest attended the meeting at the Richburg Firemen’s Clubhouse. Don Cady called the meeting to order at 12 noon and Dan Little said the invocation. A tureen lunch was had and cake and ice cream was served in honor of the March birthdays and anniversaries. Our guest, Craig Braack gave a wonderful presentation on the US Air Force and Pentagon 9/11 memorials. Ethel Hint won the door prize and Ginny Hint was the lucky winner of the 50/50. Sympathy cards sent to Barbara Carpenter, Hattie Collins’ family and Lucille Baldwin. A birthday card sent to Lucille Sexton. Kitchen committee for April - Don & Jane Anst and Dan & Diane Little. Next meeting: Tuesday, April 8th. See you there. f

BOLIVAR-RICHBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL LUNCH MENU April 9, 2014 - April 15, 2014 Wed. Hamburger or Cheeseburger on Bun, Corn, Fruit, Milk. Thurs. Corn Dog, Dinner Roll, Baked Beans, Fruit, Milk. Fri. Personal Pizza, Cooked Carrots, Fruit, Milk. Mon. No School - Spring Recess Tues. No School - Spring Recess - Classes resume 04/22/14 High School Grab and Go Menu: Mon.- Cheese Pizza, Salad, Yogurt; Tues.- Assorted Wraps, Deli Sandwich, Salad, Yogurt; Wed.- Hamburger/ Cheeseburger, Deli Sandwich, Salad, Yogurt; Thurs.- Assorted Wraps, Deli Sandwich, Salad, Yogurt; Fri.- Cheese Pizza, Salad, Yogurt. Elementary Students: Assorted Sandwiches or Yogurt available daily. Lunch Offer Vs. Serve: We offer all students five menu items. Students must take a minimum of three items; with one of them being either a fruit or vegetable. Students may take 4 or 5 components: Fruit, protein, milk, grain and vegetable. Full price meals will be charged whether or not the student takes 3, 4, or 5 components. The purpose is to reduce waste, but we encourage our students to take all five components because of nutritional benefits. Menu subject to change without notice. f

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ELDRED BOROUGH FIRE DEPT. GUN SHOW - 6 Platt St., Eldred, Pa. April 26 & 27, Saturday: 9am-4pm; Sunday: 9am3pm. Sponsored by the Eldred Conservation Club. All Federal, State & Local Laws will be obeyed. Free drawing with admission. Admission: Adults- $3.00. Children Under 12- Free. Dealers Note: Only 100 tables available - hurry and reserve yours! Plenty of parking. Refreshments available. For info., call Bob Cummings 814-225-4643. 2/8cb FOR SALE - CRAFT ITEMS: Lace, beads, ribbon. 128 N. Main St., Bolivar, NY. 585-928-2968. pb —————————————————————————————— HEAVY DUTY SEAMLESS GUTTERS Only $199 for 30’ gutter installed!! Free downspout with every gutter!! Made onsite, colors available, leaf guards. 20 years experience. Cook’s in Bolivar, N.Y. 716-378-1352. tfcb —————————————————————————————— BUYING JUNK CARS AND SCRAP-Highest prices paid in the area. Pick up or delivered. Walt Miles, 814-642-7358; 814-5981844 (cell). tfcb RESALE SHOP AT ELDRED UNITED METHODIST Church Mission Building Hours: 10:00am-2:00pm every Friday beginning 04/04/14. Also, open 10:00am-2:00pm every first Saturday of the month. 9/25pb CERES CEMETERY ASSOCIATION IS ACCEPTING lawn mowing bids for the 2014 season. Must be insured. Please mail bids to: Ceres Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 118, School St., Ceres, NY 14721. Dewight Gleason, President. 3/25cb

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