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Loving the Country Music Life by Barbara Burke For the past 31 years, Hilton’s Josie Waverly has been doing what she loves, singing, writing and performing country music. In October 2018, Waverly was inducted into the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame, an honor that she says is very humbling. “A lot of people like what I do and they took the time to nominate me. It is a great feeling,” she said. The Hall of Fame induction and awards ceremony was held at the Cortland Music Park at the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame in Cortland, New York. The process starts with 45 people being nominated each year. With voting the number is cut to seven nominees that attend the induction dinner, with three artists making it in the Hall of Fame each year. At the awards ceremony Josie said in her acceptance speech, “I won! Thanks to all of you. Thank you for your love and support over all these years. I accept this award on behalf of my very loving supportive husband, my treasured children, their beautiful wives, my adoring grandgems, my dearest extended family, all the musicians who I have had the privilege to work with over the years, all of you ‘the fans’ and most of all my good Lord who blessed me with talent and then told me to share it with the world. I love you all.” Josie Waverly knew at a very early age that she wanted to sing. “As a child I was moved around quite a bit. I knew that when I had my own family and when I put down roots they would be deep,” she says. Growing up, Josie loved singing along with records, and at age 10 she began singing publicly in her church. It was a calling, she felt that the Lord had blessed her with a singing voice and that it would be wrong not to use it. In 1989 she had a go with taking her talents to Nashville to pursue the next step in her career. She achieved moderate success in Nashville and recorded her first album “One Heart At Your Service” with the guidance of legendary singer and songwriter Razzy Bailey. She has performed all over the United States and has been the opening act for country music stars including Tim McGraw, Charlie Daniels, Loretta Lynn, Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban. She has played to huge audiences and to small gatherings. She has had huge successes and a few setbacks including a serious car accident in 2016 while on the way to perform a benefit show. “I am still working my way back from the accident, getting stronger each day,” she says.

Waverly has also written a series of children’s books called “Josie the Singing Butterfly.” It is a four volume picture book series of 20 short stories about a singing butterfly that meets different animal characters along life’s way. Each animal she meets has a problem that Josie the Singing Butterfly helps to resolve. The stories contain lessons that help children understand friends, family and the complexities of life in a colorful and upbeat way. Waverly travels around to schools and libraries and reads her stories to children. As far as success in a career in the music business Waverly says, “You define your own success. When people come up to me and say ‘too bad you didn’t make it big’ I look at them and think what do you mean? If I were working the big stages I wouldn’t be here locally to sing for you. As far as I am concerned, I have achieved personal success. I am doing what I love to do and have been able to make a career of it.” Her advice to those who are looking at a career in music is simple. She says, “They call it the music business for a reason. It is a business and there is a lot to deal with when you follow your dream. In order to make it, you need to know about all parts of the business, it isn’t just singing. I tell young singers to make sure they are college educated so they have something to back them up. But if you really want it, go after it, get involved, go where the music is and follow that dream.” Waverly said early in her career she got some great advice from country music great Ricky Skaggs. She was opening for him at the Lilac Festival and he came up to her after she performed and advised her to “stay with it.” That meant a lot to her and she followed his advice. “I think my greatest accomplishment is being able to hold my family together while doing what I love to do. Real success is achieving an inner peace with what you are doing with your life, that is success. My joy comes from looking out at the crowd and seeing their joy and knowing that it is something I am bringing to them by my performance,” she says. As far as her personal style Waverly says, “I guess you would call me down to earth. I am the type of girl who goes to the sound check with the Charlie Daniels Band with rollers in my hair. If it is raining I will sing in the rain, it is really about performing for the people, not about me.” Waverly is also quick to point out that the success she has achieved is not all her own doing. “My husband Bob and two sons have always supported and encouraged me in all that I have done. I also give credit to all the musicians that I have played with over the years. Without them, there would be no Josie Waverly. Whenever I say Josie

Hilton’s Josie Waverly was inducted into the New York State Country Music Hall of Fame in October. Photo by Karen Fien. Waverly, it is a whole ball of people that I am talking about,” she says. Waverly is also the proud grandma to five grandchildren that she says brings her the greatest joy. Currently, Josie Waverly performs in several different shows locally. My Gal Patsy is a 90-minute self-penned musical journey into what a night at a Patsy Cline concert would have been like. The performance includes over 20 Patsy Cline signature hit songs. She also wrote and performs in Queens of Pure Country, a tribute to legendary ladies of Country Music. The show includes songs from Kitty Wells, Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, Dottie West, Reba McEntire and more. During the show, Josie portrays nine country singers complete with authentic costume changes for each of the star portrayals. She says, “It is really a challenge to get into each of the unique characters, costume changes and singing styles all within one show.” Another show Waverly stars in is Cash & Cline: A Tribute to Johnny and Patsy.

Waverly, as Patsy Cline, is joined onstage by Terry Lee Goffee as Johnny Cash. Waverly also performs with The Josie Waverly Band which is described as a blend of classic to current country music. They also perform some of Josie’s original songs. The music is country, gospel, spiritual and patriotic songs all blended in. Waverly is preparing a new show that will debut in February 2019. It is called America’s Sweetheart of Song - A Musical Tribute to Connie Francis. The show features a look back on the music of the 50s and 60s and features many of Connie Francis’ greatest hits including “Where the Boys Are,” “Lipstick On Your Collar,” and many more. “People have been asking me for years to sing Connie Francis. I always hesitated because of my language barrier, many of Connie’s songs are sung in Italian. So I have been learning Italian for the show. It has been a challenge, but one I am truly enjoying,” Waverly says. For more information on Josie Waverly visit

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Applications being accepted for Margaret McGrath Foundation Scholarships The Scholarship Applications for the Margaret A. McGrath Charitable Foundation are due March 1, 2019, for the 2019-2020 Academic School Year. The foundation offers two types of scholarships to residents of the Towns of Sweden and Hamlin. The Philip and Margaret Dollard Business Scholarship is awarded to qualifying college students who major in business. The Marie Dollard McGrath Elementary Education Scholarship is awarded to qualifying college students who major in elementary education.

The scholarships are available to students who are enrolled full time in either undergraduate or graduate studies meeting the scholarship requirements. Multiple scholarships are available each year. Qualifying 2019 graduating high school seniors and current college students are encouraged to apply. A total of $680,000 in scholarships has been awarded since 2005. For further information refer to the foundation’s website at or, contact Richard Dollard, Exeutive Director and Trustee at 637-7170, email, Provided information

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Hilton Holiday Concert to feature several performers   The Hilton High School Instrumental Holiday Concert will be an evening of holiday music to remember featuring performances with the 198th Army Band, over 50 alumni, the Hilton High School Symphonia, Wind and Jazz Ensembles, several small ensembles and the Hilton High School Choir. “Our school district adopts the philosophy of getting the community involved in the education of our students and that was the inspiration for involving so many different

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groups in our holiday concert,” said Nancy Russo, band director. The concert is Thursday, December 20 at 7 p.m. in the Hilton High School auditorium, 400 East Avenue, Hilton. Hilton Alumni interested in playing “Sleigh Ride” with the Wind Ensemble and/or “Frosty, the Snowman” with the Jazz Ensemble should contact Nancy Russo at nrusso@ or Jared Streiff at jstreiff@hilton.k12.

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Hilton-Parma Senior Center December trip The Hilton-Parma Senior Center is offering a dinner and a movie day trip on Wednesday, December 12. Celebrate Christmas and go back in time to watch Irving Berlin’s 1954 version of “White Christmas” starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera Ellen. Watch the film on the big screen at Tinseltown from a reclining seat.

Following the classic movie, the group will have dinner at Valicia’s Ristorante. Entrée choices are manicotti, lasagna, eggplant parmesan or chicken parmesan. Bus departs at 1 p.m. with an approximate return time of 6:30 p.m. Cost is $30 cash only. Limited space available. Call the Hilton-Parma Recreation office at 392-9030 with questions or to reserve a space.

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CountryMax to open a new store in Batavia CountryMax will open a new Batavia store in 2019, in the former OfficeMax building located at 4160 Veterans Memorial Drive. The new Batavia location will become the 17th store operated by the local, Western New York family-owned business. The 23,000 square foot store will showcase multiple custom-built, wood-themed interior elements reflecting local history, as well as climate-controlled small pet rooms, a wild bird center, and over 2,000 square feet of premium, healthy foods for dogs, cats, and pets of all shapes and sizes. In addition to the massive selection of healthy pet options, the new location will feature a large selection of barn and stable feed and supplies, as well as an expansive lawn and garden offering for all seasons. Additional features will include a “Scrub House” self-serve dog wash, special events room, and a custom-built wood lodge filled with homesteading products; beer, wine, cider, and cheese making kits; housewares; gifts and novelty items. CountryMax will be celebrating 35 years in 2019. It has grown by being known as the neighborhood store that can compete with competition both big and small, with prices

and selection consumers have come to demand, as well as a customer service experience that goes above and beyond traditional expectations of today’s retail stores, such as their full carry-out service for purchases big and small. “We were extremely disappointed when we shut our doors in our previous Batavia location, because we knew that our customers in Batavia were so loyal in a location that did not fully showcase what we have developed our stores to be over the years,” said Brad Payne, Director of Sales. “Once we found the right opportunity, it was really just a decision on our part to give the Batavia community the “true” CountryMax experience that we have been working on in our new locations. I think anyone who shopped with us in the past knows we have a huge, unique selection of products that fits the Batavia area, and they are going to be thrilled to see the amount of time, effort, and work that goes into creating the new CountryMax store experience.”

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Wegmans win Safer Choice Partner of the Year Award The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. as one of 12 national Safer Choice Partner of the Year award winners for outstanding achievement in 2017 for the design, manufacture, and promotion of cleaning and other products that carry the Safer Choice label for use in households and facilities nationwide. “The Safer Choice Partner of the Year awards go to businesses that extend their goals beyond the bottom line to provide consumers with products that are safer for human health and the environment,” said Regional Administrator Pete Lopez. “Wegmans’ initiative to educate their employees and customers about the Safer Choice-certified products on their shelves represents ideal business leadership in safer products and sustainability.” Wegmans carries 17 store-branded Safer Choice-certified products in addition to a variety of certified national brands. Wegmans started rolling out its Safer Choice-certified store brands in 2017 and created a “playbook” that was sent to all stores to educate the employees about Safer Choice. Wegmans also designed an integrated marketing campaign to educate its customers about what the Safer Choice label means. Safer Choice recognizes Wegmans for its prominent use of the Safer Choice label and for fostering awareness of the program through their website, direct mail advertisements, employee education, and in-store displays. Safer Choice also applauds Wegmans for its exceptional commitment to transition all Wegmans-brand household cleaning products, laundry detergents, and dish detergents to Safer Choice-certified formulas.

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Ron is a lifelong resident of the Town of Hamlin. Ron currently resides on Priem Road with his wife Vicki. He and his wife own and, along with their sons, operate the local family business. Ron served this Hamlin community as an active volunteer firefighter from 1975 until 2015 when, after 40 years, he changed his status from active to life member. During that time, he also served in several capacities such as: the Board of Directors, Carnival Committee, Buildings & Grounds and Truck Committees. Ron has served as a Fire Commissioner for over 25 years. Ron is also a member of the Hamlin Firemen’s Exempts, Monroe County Firemen’s Association, New York State Association of Fire Chiefs, F.A.S.N.Y. and the Monroe County Fire Districts Officers Association. As your Fire Commissioner, I promise to do my best to serve and protect the residents of the Town of Hamlin.


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Employment rates, government benefit program statistics, healthcare costs and starvation statistics are everywhere. While more than 14 percent of the population in New York State is living in poverty, the Global Education Committee (GEC) at Genesee Community College is doing more than facing the facts. In the college’s nearly-full William W. Stuart Forum, the GEC hosted a very real simulation called “Disrupting Poverty” for students in some Teacher Education and Adolescent Development, Criminal Justice and Human Services classes. The simulation was designed by Missouri’s Community Action Poverty Simulation and facilitated by Juanita Henry, director of the Genesee Region Teacher Center and Pat Mullikin, director of the Tri-County Teacher Center. “The simulation is not a game,” Christine Belongia, professor of Teacher Education and Humanities at GCC said. “It’s an educational experience designed to heighten awareness, foster empathy and challenge assumptions surrounding issues of poverty.” The poverty simulation positions several different family units, being role-played by GCC’s students, in the middle of a community typical of Genesee, Livingston, Orleans or Wyoming counties. During the one hour simulation, each of the family units must manage expenses, attend meetings and appointments, and struggle to meet the overwhelming needs of their family for one month, played out in a series of four fifteen-minute weeks. Each family unit is given detailed lists of bills that must be paid, restricted income statements and limited sources with the task of making hard choices to survive living in poverty. As in any community, there are resources and organizations available to the simulated family units that they can choose to visit - if they can afford transportation which was represented by having a paper “pass” bus ticket, cab voucher, or gas money for a friend or driver, all making the simulation even more realistic. More than a dozen different resources were represented in the simulation by role-playing GCC students. At one desk, a bank offering loans and cashing checks; at another, a child care center with daycare expenses; and another with an employer offering jobs with specific shifts available. In addition, as in the real world, other desks held pawn shops, healthcare

Students participating in the Disrupting Poverty simulation. Photo courtesy of GCC. offices, pay-day advance agencies who charge high interest rates, and or course, homeless shelters and other resources for the severely destitute. Throughout the simulation, students in the family units had to work together to plan and cover expenses, including food and shelter. “If we buy these groceries today, how will we pay for daycare next week,” one student asked his family unit. “My paycheck plus your social security check is only enough to cover rent and electricity this month.” The students in the family unit then researched their family situation and visited various organizations and resources to find ways to make ends meet. “This simulation is powerful for our students,” said Dr. Karen Kovach-Allen, dean of Human Communications & Behavior at GCC. “Some of them live in poverty in the real world and this simulation is practice for knowing what resources are available and what choices they have. For others, the simulation offers a unique glance into the lives of those living in poverty and perhaps leaves them with a little perspective, and an appreciation for what others might be going through.” This is the first time GCC students, faculty and staff have had a simulation experience on campus. The program is part of this year’s Global Education, “Food and Cultural Identity” theme. Provided information

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•The Hilton-Parma Gazebo Band will perform free community Christmas concerts at three area churches. Performances are: Monday, December 10, 7 p.m., at the Park Ridge Free Methodist Church, 10 Straub Road, Greece; and Friday, December 14, 7:30 p.m., at Hilton Baptist Church, 50 Lake Avenue, Hilton. Donations of non-perishable food items for the community food shelf will be accepted at the door. •Annual Christmas concert with Mitzie Collins, hammered dulcimer; Roxanne Ziegler, harp and soloists John Heyer and Casey Costello, tenor. Time change this year to Sunday, December 16 at 3 p.m. at Concordia Lutheran Church, 6601 Fourth Section Road, Brockport (Route 31 west of Econo Lodge) 6375930. Free will offering. Community invited. Refreshments.


•Breakfast with Santa. The American Legion Auxiliary Unit #379 hosts their 3rd Sunday Pancake Breakfast along with Santa on Sunday, December 16, from 8 a.m. to noon at Brockport Area Veterans Club, 222 West Avenue, Brockport. Pancakes, French Toast or Belgian waffle, eggs, sausage, OJ, coffee/tea. Cost $7/person, $3 (ages 7-12), Free to Veterans. Proceeds to benefit local area Veterans.

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•Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I - Batavia) will hold the next round of office hours for Genesee County residents. Hawley’s staff will attend the office hours. To schedule an individual appointment, contact his office at or by calling 356-0686. Genesee County: Friday, December 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. Genesee Community College, Conable Technology Building, Room T124, 1 College Road, Batavia. •Brockport: Village Hall, 127 Main Street, Brockport is open Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except holidays. Website: Phone 637-5300. Planning Board meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. only upon application. •Clarendon: Planning Board meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall. •Clarkson: Town Board meets each second and fourth Tuesday at 6 p.m. Conservation Board meets the second Wednesday of every month as needed. All meetings are held in the Town Hall, 3710 Lake Road, Clarkson. The Town Clerk’s Tuesday office hours have been extended to 6 p.m. •Hamlin: Town Board meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Hamlin Town Hall, 1658 Lake Road, Hamlin. For information, call 964-7222. •Holley: Board of Trustees meets on the second Tuesday of the month (December 11) at 7 p.m. at the Village of Holley office, 72 Public Square, Holley. •Kendall: Zoning Board meets the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Kendall Town Hall. •Murray: Town Board meets the second Tuesday of each month beginning at 7 p.m. at the Murray Town Hall, 3840 Fancher Road, Holley.

•Sweden: Town Board meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m. Planning Board meets the second and fourth Monday of each month. Town of Sweden offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, contact the Supervisor’s office at 637-7588.


•Hamlin Public Library programs: Kids Christmas Craft: Saturday, December 8 at 11 a.m. Ages 5+. Preschool Storytime: Monday, December 10 at 10:30 a.m. Christmas themed stories, songs and crafts for ages 2+. Teen Christmas Game and Cookie Night: Tuesday, December 11 at 6:30 p.m. Homeschoolers @ the Library: Thursday, December 13 at 1 p.m. Would you be prepared if there was a natural disaster? Thursday Storytime Adventures: Thursday, December 13 at 6:45 p.m. Christmas themed stories and craft for ages 5+. Call 964-2320 to register. The Hamlin Public Library is located at 1680 Lake Road North. •Seymour Library Programs: Holiday Craft Table: December 9 to December 22. Drop in the children’s room and make a card or craft for someone special. Harry Potter Book Club*: Monday, December 10, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Discuss Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. For grades 6-12. *Registration requested. Adult DIY Craft Club*: Tuesday, December 11, 6 to 7 p.m. Make a craft you can take home to display. *Registration required. Holiday Party: Saturday, December 15, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Our friends from Strong West will be back with fun crafts to make and cookies to decorate. A special visit from the man in red too. The Teen Library Corps presents - Super Candy Land*: Sunday, December 16, 1 to 3 p.m. Seymour Library transforms into Candy Land. Mini-games within the game, holiday crafts and candy treats. Bring the whole family. *Registration requested. For more information, or to register for programs, call 637-1050. This is just a sample of the programs that are offered. For full listing, check our website at


•Board of Commissioners of the Brockport Fire District meet December 11 (Tuesday) Annual Election 5 to 9 p.m., Exempts Building, 248 West Avenue at 6:30 p.m. at Brockport Fire Station 3, 191 West Avenue, Brockport. •The Genesee Transportation Council, the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Genesee-Finger Lakes Region, which includes Monroe, Orleans and Genesee counties, will hold a board meeting on Thursday, December 13, at 8:30 a.m. at the Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Avenue, Brighton. Open to the public with opportunity for comment. The meeting agenda is available on the GTC website

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•Country Neighbors Quilt Guild meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at The Landing, 90 West Avenue, Brockport. New members and guests are always welcome. For information, call Nancy Allen at 392-8976 or email nallen@

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Early in November, the Town of Sweden announced it would pursue grant and low interest loan financing to form a water district on Lake Road from where public water ends south to the Town of Bergen; Countryview Terrace; and Redman Road from Fourth Section Road south to White Road. Since that announcement, the town has submitted a revised income survey to Rural Development. The town has also submitted the water quality and quantity survey results, along with a petition of Redman Road residents from 2002, to the Monroe County Health Department. Support from Monroe County is crucial to achieving the Rural Development funding. While awaiting approval of the revised income survey and receipt of supporting documents from Monroe County Health, the town is compiling additional engineering and information needed for the formal application. The estimated project cost is close to $4.5 million. Provided information

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Celebrate Agriculture Dinner tickets on sale Plans are already underway for the 17th Annual Celebrate Agriculture Dinner which will take place Saturday, March 16, 2019 at 6 p.m. at the Alexander Fire Hall. This annual event is a celebration of Genesee County’s agriculture industry. The highlight of the night is a delicious meal using locally produced foods prepared by Penna’s Catering. The dinner is open to the public. Tickets are now available at the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce, 8276 Park Road, Batavia. Tickets are $30 each or a table of 10 can be purchased for $275. Sponsorships are also available which help support agriculture educational events in Genesee County. Only 400 tickets will be sold, and they will not be available at the door. The Celebrate Ag Dinner is coordinated by the following partners: Genesee County Chamber of Commerce, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Genesee County, Genesee County Soil & Water Conservation District and Genesee County Farm Bureau. For ticket information contact the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce at 343-7440 or

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Notice Inviting Nominations Please take notice that nominations are being sought for candidates for the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award. Nominees must be residents of the Village of Brockport, Town of Sweden or Town of Clarkson. Individuals and organizations may submit nominations. Self-nominations are acceptable. In 2012 the three municipalities established the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award as a memorial to the late Brockport resident. Its rules require that the award be given annually to one or more persons “who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in volunteer work by undertaking important innovative activities or creating significant new ways to serve the greater Brockport community�. A trust fund has been established to provide cash awards for the winners. The winners will be selected by a committee composed of one member appointed by each of the municipal boards. Nominations must be submitted by Noon, Friday, December 28, 2018 to the Brockport Village Clerk, 127 Main Street Brockport, NY 14420, A complete set of the rules for the award is available at the clerks’ offices of the three municipalities and on the Village website Leslie Ann Morelli Brockport Village Clerk DATED: 11/6/18

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“The Christmas Font” oral reading scheduled at Morgan-Manning House Mary Jane Holmes’ novelett focuses on Christmas in a Brockport church by Doug Hickerson On Tuesday, December 18, at 7 p.m., an oral reading of Mary Jane Holmes’ “The Christmas Font” will take place at the Morgan-Manning House, 151 Main Street in Brockport. The presenters are teacher Christopher Albrecht and students in Brockport’s public schools. The entire story will be read by candlelight in the Victorian mansion, while winter scenes of Brockport are projected on screens. Hot chocolate and Christmas cookies will be served. Sponsored by the Western Monroe Historical Society, the program is free and open to the public. In 1868, Mary Jane Holmes published the 68-page novelette. The setting is at Brockport’s St. Luke’s Episcopal Church. The actual Christmas baptismal font that the book is named for is next to the altar in the church.

The entire book will be read by fourth-graders, directed by Julia Hunsinger (Oliver Middle Schooler and member of St. Luke’s Church), and accompanied by the holiday songs of Bella Viola (Oliver Middle School student). “This is just the way Mrs. Holmes would have wanted it,” Albrecht said. “She loved kids.” Christopher W. Albrecht was named “2018 New York State Teacher of the Year.” The honor was in part for dedication to students and this kind of innovative activity involving his fourth-graders at Brockport’s Hill School and older students. He and the students have occasionally appeared in public giving historically-based presentations that he researches in detail. He gives this perspective on Mary Jane Holmes and her novelette: Mary Jane Holmes was a teacher at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church for many years. The characters in “The Christmas

Font” were real people from our town of Brockport, however, she fictionalizes the story by naming the town “Carrolltown.” The story of “The Christmas Font” was to teach generosity and how the gifts of even the youngest members of a community can benefit all people with the purchase of the beautiful baptismal font found at St. Luke’s. Mary Jane Holmes is the most successful women’s authoress of the 19th century with over 2 million volumes of her books sold. The majority of Mrs. Holmes’ work has a female main character. Though she was not a suffragist, her characters portray independent women of strong moral character. “The Christmas Font” is one of her few books that diverges from this pattern. She wrote it for the people of our community. For more information, phone 637-3645 or visit www.

sports & recreation Fix, Locke, Wheeler, Koukidis, Rehwaldt, Strzelecki pace Bees swimming sweep by Warren Kozireski Freshmen Jackson Locke and Brady Fix each had two individual first place finishes to lead the Byron-Bergen boys swimming team to an 87-17 win over Wheatland-Chili while Leyna Wheeler, Peyton Koukidis, Alaura Rehwaldt and Jorie Strzelecki duplicated the feat as the girls were also victorious 116-18. Locke won the 200-freestyle in 2:18.45 and the 100breaststroke in 1:24.36 while Fix touched first in the 50freestyle in :26.09 and the 100-butterfly in 1:06.64. The two, along with sophomore Jaden Pocock and senior Kyle Gloskey, also won both the 200-medley relay in 2:15.29 and the 200-freestyle relay in 1:51.46. Gloskey took first in the 100-freestyle in 1:00.28 while Brett Babcock won the 10-backstroke in 1:34.96. Jaden Pocock, sophomore Isaiah Merrell, freshman Logan Pocock and junior Sammy Austin finished the meet by winning the 400-freestyle relay in 4:53.00. For the girls, eight-grader Wheeler won the 200-freestyle in 2:0.65 and the 500-freestyle in 6:59.66 and freshman Koukidis the 200 individual medley in 2:41.93 and 100breaststroke in 1:22.21 while sophomore Rehwaldt took the 50-freestyle (:27.47) and 100-butterfly (1:12.32). Freshman

Strzelecki easily won the 100-freestyle in 1:03.06 and the 100-backstroke in 1:13.09. Sophomore Sarah Streeter was the other individual winner for the Bees as she won diving with 121.88 points. Senior Anna Hersom joined Koukidis, Rehwaldt and Strzelecki in opening the meet by taking the 200-medley

Eagles comeback falls short by Warren Kozireski After jumping out to a 6-2 lead on baskets by seniors Kaitlyn Gregory, Jenna Regan and freshman Elizabeth Snyder, Kendall struggled with Alexander’s full-court pressure to fall 39-32 in girls’ basketball. That early advantage became a 14-6 first quarter deficit as the Eagles turned the ball over several times due to the pressure and other ball-handling errors. Junior Brittany Marks hit a jumper to open the second quarter and Kendall later took advantage of the Trojans starting guards getting into foul trouble to begin their comeback late in the first half.

Lambert, Yockel double-doubles lead Bees to first win by Warren Kozireski Byron-Bergen jumped out to a 19-0 lead over the first five minutes of the game and never looks back as they doubled up Destiny Christian 89-44 in boys’ basketball. Junior Chad Green scored five points and senior Joshua Hohn added consecutive three-pointers to stake ByronBergen to a 13-0 advantage before junior Bryce Yockel hit on his drive to the basket, Travis Lambert had a put-back and Alexander Brumsted a breakaway lay-up to extend the lead to 19-0. Alexander Heatherman later knocked down a corner jumper and the Bees led 22-8 after the first quarter.

relay. The middle two teamed with freshman Gwendolyn Lambert and freshman Grace Shepard to take the 200freestyle relay in 2:03.59 while Wheeler, Strzelecki, Hersom and Shepard earned top honors in the 400-freestyle relay winning in 4:55.96.

Brumsted added ten second quarter points and Hohn had a trey and field goal while Rick Hubbard and Daren Barron hit their attempts as the Bees led 46-20 at halftime. Yockel opened the second half by hitting a pair of threepoints and adding a steal to open up a 32-point advantage while Lambert scored on a put-back and lay-up later in the quarter. Anthony DiQuattro scored four of his seven points in the fourth quarter while Yockel added six more to his total as the Bees ran out the final eight minutes. Lambert finished with ten points and 11 rebounds while Yockel had a game-high 20 points with ten steals and five rebounds as both registered double-doubles. Hohn had 17 points and Barron 12 while Brumsted gave the Bees five players scoring in double-figures with ten points, eight rebounds and four steals. Green finished with nine points for the 1-2 Bees.

Down by nine points, Marks scored on a drive to the basket while junior Katie Pearson and freshman Alezya Brown knocked down free throws in the final minutes of the first half. A Regan put-back closed the half with the Eagles trailing by eight. Alexander opened the second half with seven points to extend the lead to 15, but Kendall rallied as Snyder scored off an inbounds play, Regan hit three free throws and Pearson a lay-up to bring the Eagles to within 29-21 after three quarters. Regan began the fourth quarter with a turnaround jumper to cut the Alexander lead to six, but the Trojans rebounded with a 6-2 run. Kendall would not go away quietly, however, as Regan began yet another rally with four minutes remaining as she hit on a put-back and bank-shot to cut the lead to six with 97 seconds remaining. Marks then hit two free throws to make it a four-point deficit before the Trojans calmly hit three-of-four free throws over the final 30 seconds to seal the win. Regan finished with a team-best 13 points and added four rebounds and a pair of steals for the 1-2 Eagles, Marks had six rebounds to go with her eight points and two steals while Pearson was tops on the team with seven rebounds. Gregory added four rebounds and Snyder four points.

LaBue helps Cadets to first win by Warren Kozireski Junior Payton Labue finished first in two individual events and swam anchor for one winning relay squad to pace Hilton to a 99-79 win over Spencerport in boys’ swimming. Labue took the 50-freestyle by almost one-and-a-half seconds finishing in :23.60 and the 100-freestyle by more than seven seconds in :51.15. He also swam the final leg of the 200-medley relay with sophomore Alexander Morreale, eighth-grader Justin Enser and junior Jack DiBetetto, that took the top spot in 1:47.23. Morreale also won the 200-freestyle in 1:58.74, DiBetetto the 100-butterfly in :58.63 and sophomore Jared Enser the 500-freestyle in 5:02.27. The Cadets swept the top-three spots in the 500 with Morreale and eighth-grader Gianluca Antonini finishing second and third respectively. Spencerport was led by senior Colin Schultz, who won both the 200-individual medley in 2:17.40 and the 100breaststroke in 1:07.61. He also teamed with classmates Jason Nau, Zach Edwards and Ian Gillis to win the 400freestyle relay in 3:53.90. Gillis also touched first in the 100-backstroke in 1:01.54 while senior Thomas Ungaro and junior Alex Ingham finished one-two in diving with Ungaro earning 118.90 points.

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Millennial spotlight - Alejandro Rangel by Alexandra Weaver When Alejandro Rangel was six years old, his parents moved him from Mexico to Hamlin, NY. As he grew up, he began to view the small town, and the surrounding area of Brockport as home. He went to Brockport High School, worked at Lorenzo’s on Main Street, and ended up going to The College at Brockport to study finance. Rangel has fond memories of growing up in Brockport, but a lot has changed for him since he was in high school. “I enjoyed the people, honestly,” Rangel said. “But as they got older you see where they all go, and they don’t go the right way. They don’t go in the right direction and you tend to split off. I’m not in touch with my high school friends any more. They got into drugs, they’re just not working, they’re not looking for work, or they’re working for their parents. When I see that it’s sad, but I guess that’s how it goes sometimes.” Rangel is determined not to go down the same road as his friends. He’s already had one internship with New York Life Insurance Company, and he’s currently preparing to take his Chartered Financial Analyst exam in the spring. It’s a six-hour test, and Rangel says it’s one of the hardest tests in the world, but it will help him get a job. He’s been looking at the local job market since last year, but he says he hasn’t found many. “If you want a job in finance, it’s very hard to find out here,” Rangel said. “Most of the time they want people with ten years of experience. There aren’t many entry level positions around here.” When Rangel realized this, he decided to broaden his search. “Big cities are where you’re going to make the most money in this field, so right now I’m looking at Richmond, Virginia, New York City, and Houston, Texas,” Rangel said. Over the summer, he visited New York City for a job interview with the financial services firm Morgan Stanley. The company even paid for him to stay at a hotel for two days. He believes that he made a good impression, and he’s been keeping in touch with his interviewer. He may even be a good fit for a position with Morgan Stanley in Texas. “I speak Spanish as well, and they really loved that,” Rangel said. “They have a lot of

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NYSDOT to rehabilitate seven Erie Canal bridges in Orleans County Each bridge set to close for up to six months; project expected to last through 2020 A $10.7 million New York State Department of Transportation project is underway to rehabilitate seven historic Erie Canal bridges in the Orleans County towns of Murray, Albion, Gaines, Ridgeway and the Village of Medina. The rehabilitation work, to be completed in the next two years, is necessary to raise legal weight limits on the bridges and will provide safe access for residents, local farms and businesses, which are vital to economic activity across Orleans County. “All New Yorkers know the importance and history of commerce along the Erie Canal, especially in the Rochester-Finger Lakes region, which is home to nearly 70 percent of the canal bridges in the state,” NYSDOT Acting Commissioner Paul A. Karas said. “By investing in this critical infrastructure today, we are helping to preserve that history and maintain the integrity of these bridges for years to come.” The project has identified for rehabilitation seven single-lane truss bridges constructed between 1909 and 1914. The locations of the bridges over the canal

include: Bennetts Corners Road, between Route 31 and Gulf Road, in the Town of Murray; Telegraph Road, between Route 237 and Groth Road, in the Town of Murray; Transit Road, between Route 31 and West Brockville Road, in the Town of Murray; Densmore Road, north of Route 31, in the Town of Albion; Gaines Basin Road, between Albion Eagle Harbor Road and West Bacon Road, just north of the Albion Correctional Facility, in the Town of Gaines; Bates Road, between Telegraph Road and Portage Road, in the Village of Medina; and Marshall Road, between Route 31 and School Road, in the Town of Ridgeway. The bridge carrying Bennetts Corners Road over the Erie Canal was the first of the seven to close, beginning on December 3, for up to six months. Each bridge will be worked on consecutively through Summer 2020. The work on these bridges will include installing high-strength galvanized steel to replace steel floor systems, low chords, gusset plates, and truss elements. Bridge railing and guide rail on the bridge approaches also will be improved and each bridge will

be repainted. The alignments and profiles of the bridges will not change. Senator Rob Ortt said, “Since being elected in 2014, I have advocated for these longawaited improvements to our canal bridges, many of which are in my district. I am pleased to see that many of these bridges are getting much needed improvements. These bridges are vital in ensuring quick and reliable routes for many residents, businesses, and local farms in Orleans County.” Assemblyman Steve Hawley said, “Safe, reliable and robust infrastructure is the backbone to healthy economic development and one of the many aspects of a flourishing society, and there are few matters more pressing than addressing the insufficient conditions of our area’s bridges. These seven bridges are not only paramount to our emergency services, daily commuters, agriculture and farm equipment and interstate travelers, but are part of the Erie Canal system’s distinct history. I am pleased to see such a large investment in Orleans County’s infrastructure and look forward to improved travel this spring.”

Lynne Johnson, Chair of the Orleans County Legislature said, “The Orleans County Legislature is extremely pleased to see that the New York State DOT is continuing to move ahead with plans to ensure the long-term viability of our transportation system. We have made significant efforts to clarify our concerns and priorities and the State has in turn made an effort to understand and respond to those concerns.” The improvements will require each bridge to be closed to traffic for up to six months at a time, although access to businesses, including public boat launches, will be maintained throughout construction. The approaches to each bridge will be open for local traffic. Work will be done on some of the bridges simultaneously. Pedestrian access to the Erie Canal Trailway also will be maintained throughout construction. For real-time travel information, motorists should call 511 or visit or the mobile site at, New York State’s official traffic and travel information source. Provided information

Deer season is here by T.R. Hendrick If early indicators are accurate the 2018 deer harvest should be up significantly here in what the Department of Environmental Conservation labels the southern zone of New York State. The early snow we’ve had has helped light up the woods for hunters. Deer moving on a white background of snow are much easier to spot and when wounded easier to track. The regular gun season always begins the third Saturday in November which this year was Saturday, November 17 and runs through December 9. Then the muzzleloader and late bow season starts December 10 and runs through December 18.

The D.E.C. tells us that deer hunting is changing in New York as many hunters are choosing to voluntarily let the young bucks go by allowing them to grow another year. The older bucks are now making up an increasing portion of our deer harvest. In 2017, over 53 percent of the adult bucks taken across the state were 2.5 years old or older. Each year, more than 500,000 deer hunters contribute nearly $690 million to New York State’s economy through hunting related expenses, the purchase of hunting licenses and federal excise taxes. Hunters generate over $35 million to support the management activities of NYSDEC. Hunters take some 220,000 deer annually, filling

The Angelo family is at it again with two beauties harvested in Missouri this fall. These deer are a great example of what letting those small bucks grow is all about. freezers with roughly 10.8 million pounds of high quality local venison, one of the healthiest meats you can eat. If you don’t have any venison in your freezer by now you have your work cut out for you. Most whitetails that have had an encounter with a hunter either by catching their wind or a visual meeting will head for the thickest cover they can find, and most will not move again until after dark. Especially the big old boys who bury deep and become completely nocturnal after the first shot goes off. So the question to most deer hunters this far into the season is to sit in one spot knowing that the deer will not be moving on their own or get a group of hunters together and make them move. The purists will say to sit quietly in a tree or ground blind; it is sacrilege to disturb the woods in such an obnoxious manner. But the meat hunters will say that if the deer aren’t moving on their own we will move them. Which, by the way, does benefit the stand hunters as the drivers get the deer stirred up in all directions. Now it might be time to think about moving some deer. You don’t necessarily need a big group. As a matter of fact, a small band of hunters can push deer out of those small out of the way spots that the smart bucks hang out in. Just be safe, know who you are hunting with. Once the regular gun season ends on December 9, you still have an opportunity to hunt the late bow and muzzleloader seasons which runs from December 10 to 18 in our area. Late season deer hunting is a whole different ball game. Strategies for connecting with these pressured deer with a muzzleloader or a bow are much different. Forget your treestands that were productive during the rut. You must hunt late season whitetails at food sources, as the weather gets colder the deer have to eat more often. If you are hunting with a bow, look at properties that are off limits during the gun season. Places like public or corporate properties that prohibit the discharge of

a weapon, such as parks golf courses, airports, ski resorts and woodlots adjacent to manufacturing sites. Obviously, these spots won’t work for muzzleloader hunter who must hunt in locations where it is legal to a discharge a firearm. They need to look closely at places like thick creek-bottoms, swamps, uncut corn lots, overgrown fields of multi-flora rose, and any other chunk of real estate that for one reason or another prohibits human intrusion can also harbor herds of harassed whitetails. Once you find the spots where these skittish deer are bedding, look for the closest place they can find a meal. Corn fields, alfalfa lots and hay mowing are great food sources, but if you can find an abandoned apple orchard that can be a real hot spot. You can hunt the food source but keep your stand back far enough so that the deer are able to comfortably enter the food source. Hunt the travel corridor or transition and staging areas leading from bedding to the destination food. And, as always, wind direction is critical, stay out of your stand until the conditions are perfect. If you are targeting a mature, trophy-caliber buck, remember that they are typically the last to enter a food source. Keep the existing deer comfortable; remember that the big boys are back in the woods evaluating the situation. Be safe out there. There is nothing about a human that looks like a deer. Know your target! I want to believe that it is rare that hunters mistake each other for deer. They can’t be that dopey, can they? I believe most accidents happen when a deer comes between hunters and they get so excited they shoot at the deer without being aware of what’s behind it. Other common accidents happen when hunters shoot themselves while crossing fences without unloading their gun, climbing in and out of a tree stand or back at the vehicle when somebody mistakes an empty gun that is still loaded. Treat every gun like it is loaded all the time and you won’t develop any dangerous habits.

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Charles Dickens returns to GCC Charles Dickens, as played by WKBWTV’s Meteorologist Mike Randall, will present “A Christmas Carol” at Genesee Community College’s Batavia Campus on December 21 at 7 p.m. A multifaceted actor, Randall studied both theatre and meteorology in school and since 1983, Randall has reported the weather on WKBW-TV in Buffalo. Randall was inducted into the Buffalo Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2017. Back in 1868, Charles Dickens toured the country bringing his classic novel, “A Christmas Carol” to audiences everywhere. Nearly century and a half ago, Dickens’ per-

Mike Randall, portraying Charles Dickens in “A Christmas Carol.”

formances were completely sold out in Buffalo. For the last decade, with only a replica of Dickens’ famous velvet, fringed reading lectern and a copy of “A Christmas Carol,” Randall has been transforming himself into Dickens, recreating the original tour atmosphere in stages, halls, classrooms and many other venues. Randall performs in a period costume with a beard and wavy hair, and through his expert theatrics he brings Charles Dickens to life. He plays each of the novel’s characters with distinguishing voices and mannerisms capturing all of the subtle comedic timing of Dickens’ original work. The performance will take place at GCC’s Batavia Campus in the Stuart Steiner Theatre. Tickets for the performances are $15 in advance or $20 at the door. Advanced ticket purchases are strongly recommended as seating is limited. Proceeds from the performance will go to the Genesee Community College History Club. “When the History Club presented this event last year, many people indicated they enjoyed it so much that they’d like to see it,” said Derek D. Maxfield, GCC’s associate history professor and advisor to the History Club. “As the program helps my students learn about value of coordinating and planning events that embrace history and engage the community, it is simultaneously a pleasure to watch local friends and families enjoy a holiday event that is fun for all ages.” For advanced tickets or more information, contact Associate Professor of History Derek D. Maxfield at 585-343-0055 ext. 6288, or via email: ddmaxfield@genesee. edu. Provided information and photo

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Volunteers needed for Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign Thanksgiving Day marked the official kick-off of The Salvation Army’s Annual Red Kettle Campaign. This fundraiser is critical to year-round operations of essential services to those in the most need across New York state. Perhaps the most visible of their fundraisers, The Salvation Army relies on money raised in the red kettles to support social service programs year-round. Critical services like hunger relief through food pantries and soup kitchens, shelter and housing programs, youth services for kids of low-income families like after-school and character-building programs, music lessons and week-long camp experi-

ences and more are all made possible by the communities’ generosity at the kettles. All donations received in the kettles stay in the communities where the contributions are made to assist local individuals and families in need. “The Salvation Army has kettle locations across all of New York State. The money raised through this campaign is used to support thousands of local residents each year. And every indicator, every predictor that we use points to even greater need this holiday season,” says Major Ivan K. Rock, State Commander of the Empire Division. “This is why we need this campaign to be successful.”

The Salvation Army is encouraging families, friends, co-workers, community groups and other organizations to join the fight for good this Christmas and volunteer to ring the bell. Just 60 minutes of bell ringing yields enough in donations to feed 13 people. The Red Kettle Campaign runs through December 24. To volunteer, visit To donate or learn more, visit or call 1-800SAL-ARMY. Provided information

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Girl Scout Troop 60408 from Spencerport helped in the Children’s Craft Tent at Christmas on the Canal - Sunday, December 2. Look for more photos online at

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C-C students welcome local professionals to Career Day For the past 11 years, professionals from an impressive range of regional businesses and organizations have volunteered their insights and expertise to students as part of Churchville-Chili’s Ninth Grade Academy Career Day. On November 20, students again gave their full attention to around 40 experts from a dozen fields as far-ranging as animal science, architecture, social media and healthcare. Each career group presented a 45-minute outline of their field and job responsibilities, and answered questions from interested students. Several speakers, like Rory Weilnau, a civil engineer with Stantec Consulting Services, are C-C HS

alumni themselves, and remember their own experiences with Career Day. Career Education Coordinator Ann Maher said, “Our goal is to spark interest in our students for a career area and help them see the connection between their academics and the future. The event is made possible with the support of our many presenters, who are parents of our students, alumni of Churchville-Chili, and community members. We are incredibly grateful to all of them for taking time out to meet with our young people. Career Day proves to be a great way for the community and school district to work together to benefit students.”

Helen and Gertrude visitors included motion graphics designer Shaemus Spencer, copywriter Jill Duff and visual designer Haley Giangreco.

Each student was able to choose four areas of interest from the areas of digital arts, social media and photography, business and marketing, computer science and information technology, engineering and manufacturing, healthcare services and health sciences, architecture and construction, law and public safety, culinary arts or animal science. Businesses represented at the event included Agape Physical Therapy, ALA Architects, ARC of Livingston-Wyoming, Bar Bantam, Bausch and Lomb, Brand Networks, Campus Construction Management Group, Churchville Veterinary Hospital, Delphi Technologies, FDNY, Gates Fire District, Harris Corporation, Helen and Gertrude, Optimax, Precise Tool and Manufacturing, RIT, Rochester Police Department, Seneca Waterways Council, The Stowe Law Firm, University of Rochester and URMC, and Valhalla Café and Catering. Provided information and photos

Guest speaker Sean O’Donnell, chef at Bar Bantam, explained the structure of restaurant staffing, including the important role played by front of house professionals.

Dr. Richard Parsons and Veterinarian Technician Patti Dilulio shared the triumphs and the challenges of working with animals and their owners.

death notices Chili

•Egan, Terry W. Sr., died December 3, 2018. Predeceased by his wife, Elaine. Survived by his children, Terry Jr. (Virginia) and Shari (Rick) Anable; grandchildren, William (Sharon), Barry (Stephanie) Egan, Jeni (Eric) Rynerson, Sarah and Bryan Anable (Brianna Christian); 7 greatgrandchildren. Services were held December 6 at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home, Chili. Interment Grove Place Cemetery. Donations can be made to Hildebrandt Hospice in his memory. •Wilkin, Mary Ellen, died December 1, 2018 at age 93. Predeceased by husband, James and son, Mark. Survived by children Kathleen Wilkin, Suellen (Tom) Horvath, Jim (Nancy) and Michael (Laurie); grandchildren, Erin, Adam, Lindsay, Tommy, Katie, Kelly, Lisa and Mark; great-grandchildren, Harrison, Elizabeth, Gavin, Ellie, Brynn and Aubrey; sister, Nancy Howland; special friends, Dottie, Chris and Judy. Her Funeral Mass was celebrated December 4 at Holy Ghost Church, Gates. Interment, Holy Ghost Cemetery. Donations can be made to the Church, 220 Coldwater Road, Rochester 14624 in her memory.


•Chilson, Richard A. “Dick,” age 77, died December 3, 2018 after a long illness. He was born August 19, 1941 to the late Samuel and Marjorie (Wilcox) Chilson. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his siblings, Mick, Marty, Roy, Sam, and Stella Sargent. Dick is survived by his loving wife of 34 years, Cindy; children, Chris (Debbie Fiorito) Chilson, Renee (Rafael) Monroy, Denise (Kevin Miller) Chilson, Mandy (Keith) Roth, Kristi Chilson, Dakota Chilson; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren; siblings, Roger (Hazel Bickham) Chilson, Dora (Jim) Tice, Nora (Jerry) Walters, Larry (Rita) Chilson, Linda (Dan) McDonald, Leota (Duane) McClure, Bruce (Emily) Chilson; several nieces, nephews and cousins. His Funeral Service was held December 8 at the Christopher Mitchell Funeral Homes, Inc., Holley. Contributions can be made to the Wilmot Cancer Center, 300 East River Road, P.O. Box 278996, Rochester, NY 14627 in his memory. •Eldridge, Brenda S., died suddenly November 30, 2018 at age 55. Predeceased by her loving husband, Micah, her parents Frank and Betty Belski, and brother Frank. She is survived by her daughter Makayla; siblings Laurie Wagner, William (Denise) Belski, Eileen Dreamstead and Howard Belski; several nieces and nephews; in-laws Merle (Jeanne) Eldridge; and special friends Ned (Bonnie) Storm, Ike (Becky) Isenberg and Chris (Amee) Lana. Services were held December 8 at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc., Brockport. Donations can be made for Pancreatic Cancer Research in her memory.


•Taylor, Kenneth C., died December 2, 2018, age 75. Predeceased by his son, Donald Greene. Survived by his wife, Nancy; children, Stephen (Annalou) Greene, Susan (Charlie Gay) Greene; daughter-in-law, Donna Greene; brother, Garry (Deborah) Taylor; grandchildren, Trisha L. Norton and Joseph Marsala Jr. Funeral Services were held December 6 at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Hilton. Interment at the convenience of the family. Donations can be made to Hamlin Fire Department in his memory.


•Spencer, Helen “Betty” (Nelson), died November 22, 2018. Betty was born October 19, 1928, the daughter of Alfred and Frieda Nelson, in Eagle Bay, NY. Betty attended Hartwick College, where she learned Latin, Russian and graduated with a degree in Chemistry. Betty also spoke fluent German. Following graduation from college, Betty moved to Rochester, to take a job at Eastman Kodak Company, where she worked editing research papers. Betty was a social, active woman who was deeply involved in the First Congregational (“White Church”) in Spencerport, singing in the church choir for 60 years. She enjoyed camping and trips to the Adirondacks with her family, as well as other family-oriented activities. Betty also managed the Fairfield Cemetery for 46 years, sang in the community chorus, worked at the Salem soup kitchen, and headed the local Republican Committee for many years. Betty was known as the “go to” person in Spencerport by many community members. Betty’s family and friends will always remember her as an intelligent, educated, kind, and generous person, with a quick wit and great sense of humor. She was well loved by the staff at Westwood Commons while she resided there. Betty was predeceased by her beloved husband Raymond; her sisters, Paula Gray (Nelson) and Mary Alfreda. Betty is survived by her children, David (Paula) Spencer, Daniel (Maria) Spencer, of Spencerport, Carol Spencer of Orlando, Florida; grandchildren, James, Sarah, Evan, Jeffrey (Amber) and Jason, of Spencerport. Betty is also survived by her brother, Stuart Nelson and his wife, Maryann and family, sister, Ruth Brussel and husband, Al and family. A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring. Information forthcoming.

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•Thomas, Daniel J. Sr., died November 30, 2018 at age 64. Predeceased by his parents, Anthony and Dorothy Thomas; brother, Joseph Thomas. Survived by his loving children, Anthony, Annmarie and Daniel Thomas Jr; sister, Kelly Thomas-Borrelli; brother, Tom Thomas; aunt, Gloria Sebastian; many special nieces and nephews, especially Jimmy, Justin and Brianna Borrelli; many special cousins including, Joey, Johnny and Patti Sebastian; many special friends, chiefly Louis Ferrari and Tim Hogan. Dan was a graduate of RIT where he received his bachelor’s degree in 1976. He was the founder and owner of New York State Fence Company and an avid real estate collector. Dan was a loving and devoted father. His Celebration of Life was held December 4 at in the chapel of Christ Our Light Mausoleum at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions can be made to St. Jude’s Children Hospital ( in his memory. •Thomas, Joyce R. (Soricone), died December 2, 2018 at age 86. Predeceased by her former husband, Leonard; parents, Frank and Felicia; sister, Evelyn Annunziata; daughter-in-law, Fawn Thomas. Survived by daughter, Pamela Hirsch; son, Gary Thomas; son-in-law, David Hirsch; grandchildren, Eric, Rachel and Gary Jr. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m, Monday, December 10 at St. John the Evangelist Church, 55 Martha Street, Spencerport. Interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Donations can be made to the Unity Health Foundation in her memory. •Wasserbauer, Charlotte E., died November 17, 2018 at 87. Predeceased by her husband Harry J. and sister Irene E. Acker. Survived by children Diane Wasserbauer, Mark (Susan) and Lynn Wasserbauer; grandchildren Martha and Alison; nephews Paul and Marty Acker; and other relatives in Ohio and Sweden. Her Memorial Service was held December 8 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencerport. Interment will be at Arlington National Cemetery. Donations can be made to the Trinity Women c/o Trinity Lutheran Church, 191 Nichols Street, Spencerport 14559 in her memory.

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Legal NoticeS Legal Notice Town of Hamlin Hamlin Zoning Board of Appeals Public Hearing


Due to the Holidays Our office will be clOseD December 24th & 25th, December 31st & January 1st.

Please be advised that the Hamlin Zoning Board of Appeals will hold a Public Hearing at the Hamlin Town Hall located at 1658 Lake Road, Hamlin on Monday, December 17, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. with on-site inspections by the board beginning after 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 15, 2018 for the following: PUBLIC HEARING AREA VARIANCE

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THOMAS RATH 97 MORTON ROAD Application of Thomas Rath, owner, Thomas Rath, seeking relief from Town Code§520-31B to add a carport to the west side of the existing garage with a side setback of 3-feet where the code states a side setback of no less than 5-feet may be maintained as long as there is the 10-foot separation from any structures on neighboring properties. This is in the R-L zone. Tax account#012.030-01-009. All interested parties will be given the opportunity to be heard at this time. Further information may be obtained by calling 964-8181.

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December 6, 2018 Norman Baase, Chairperson Zoning Board of Appeals

Legal Notice Town of Hamlin Hamlin Planning Board Monday, December 17, 2018 6:45 p.m. Pursuant to Section 274a and 276 of Town Law as amended and the Town of Hamlin Zoning Code, the Hamlin Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, December 17, 2018 at 6:45 p.m. at the Hamlin Town Hall located at 1658 Lake Road, Hamlin for the following: PUBLIC HEARING PROPERTY SPLIT JAMES CARNES 1310-1318 WALKER LAKE ONTARIO ROAD Application of James Carnes, owner, James Carnes (Marion Carnes, deceased), seeking a 3- lot property split of one existing parcel containing 100.8 +/- acres located at 1310-1308 Walker Lake Ontario Road. Lot# 3 to be 40 acres. Lot# 2 to be 7.5 acres. Lot# 1 to be 54+/- acres. Tax account# 022.02-02-018. This is in the R-L zone. All interested parties will be given the opportunity to be heard at this time. Further information may be obtained by calling 964-8181. December 6, 2018 Chris Schlieter Planning Board Chairperson

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Centered on Christ. Dedicated to Service. Welcoming to All. We are a progressive American Baptist congregation located in the heart of Brockport. 124 Main Street, 585-637-9770. Worship with us Sundays at 10am. Free community meal every third Sunday.


6601 Fourth Section Road, Brockport 14420 (Route 31 across from Wegmans), 637-5930, Sunday Bible class at 9am, Sunday worship at 10am, fellowship and coffee follow worship. Christmas Concert with Mitzie Collins is SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16 at 3pm. Candlelight Communion Service on Christmas Eve, December 24, at 7pm. Hygiene Bank distribution January 12, noon to 2pm, for Brockport School District residents.


Meets every Sunday, 9:30 am, at Hamlin Exempts Hall, 1382 Lake Road (Rte. 19), Hamlin 14464. Jesus Christ died for your sins to give you hope, his love and power to make it through life and to Heaven. He’s calling you to him. Please answer that call and you’ll have a joy this broken world can’t give you. *ALL ARE WELCOME* Mission Statement: Galatians 6:14 KJV. For information, please call 585-889-5949.


Our mission: To reach people for Christ, for the salvation of the world. Join us for worship led by Rev. Jeffrey Aiosa at 10am every Sunday. Bible study meets Wednesday at 10am and Thursday at 7pm. We are located at 1500 Spencerport Road, Rochester 14606 (Rt. 31 in Gates between Long Pond Road and Elmgrove Road). Handicap accessible. Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook. com/ElmgroveUMChurch For more information, call 585-247-4973 or visit our website:


35 State Street, Brockport, NY 14420, 585-638-3780. Web Site:, email: “We are a congregation that loves God, loves others and serves the world.” Join us for worship at 10am with Rev. Nicholas Dorland, followed with coffee and fellowship. We have a family friendly service where all children are welcome. Children may choose to use the Pray Ground in the Sanctuary or Nursery care is available. Children’s Sunday School 9 to 9:50am. Teen Bible and Bagels, first and third Sunday of each month from 9 to 9:50am. Youth Group meets the second and fourth Sunday of each month from 6 to 8 pm. Book Study, Thursday 7 to 8:30pm. Loaf and Ladle serving a free hot meal the fourth Sunday of each month from 1 to 2:30pm. Free community garden throughout summer and fall. Fellowship and outreach programs for youth and adults.


22 South Main Street, Churchville (across from the Johnson House Restaurant), 585-454-9152,, Pastor Dominic Renaldo. SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE at 10:30 am, BIBLE STUDIES WEDNESDAYS at 7 pm. Our FOOD PANTRY is open Wednesdays from 6:30 to 7 pm, free and open to the community. We are a church committed to Jesus Christ, His Word, and sharing His love with people walking through real life. Handicap accessible.


“A Congregation of the American Baptist Churches.” We are a community of God’s people who seek to enable others to form a spiritual connection with God and share the Good News of Jesus Christ. 50 Lake Ave., Hilton, NY 14468, (585) 392-7990. Pastor Dan Brown. Website: E-mail: Facebook: Hilton Baptist Church. Worship Service: 10:00 AM followed by a time of fellowship. Children’s Sunday School: 11:00 AM – 12:00 Noon. Child Care available during the Worship Service. Handicap Accessible. Hearing Assistance available during the service.





Making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world by Following Christ; Connecting Generations; Transforming Communities. 21 West Avenue, Hilton, NY 14468, (585) 392-8761. Rev. Jennifer Green, pastor. Website:, E-mail: office@ Service: 10am. Fellowship: 11am. Sunday School: 11:30am. Child care available 9:30am to 12:30pm. Adult Bible Study: Monday 7pm & Thursday 1pm. Handicap Accessible.

59 Henry St, Hilton, Hilton Community Center,, email:, Facebook: LifeQuestCC, twitter: @lifequestcc, Lead Pastor: Rob Dickerson. Worship 10am. Midweek programs: Tuesday 6:45pm Sacred Girls - scouting program for girls meets at Hilton United Methodist Church; Tuesday 7pm Royal Rangers - a scouting program for boys meets at the Gate Youth Center; Saturday 7pm YouthQuest High School & Middle School student ministry at the Gate; Monday through Thursday 2:30pm-6pm The Gate Youth Center After School Cafe. “Journeying together as we discover God’s love and purpose for our lives.” Faith, Family, Friends, Fun, Freedom.


1152 County Line Road, Hamlin, NY 14464, 585-659-8459, Interim Minister: Rev. Walter Steenson, email, cell 585-729-2502, home 585-392-5427. For The Glory Of God And The Advancement Of His Kingdom. Service with choir at 10:30am, Children’s Sunday School - during church service, Choir practice Wednesday at 6:30pm, Communion the first Sunday of each month. Handicap accessible.


“To equip ourselves and others to be disciples of Christ as we seek God’s will for our church and beyond.” Sunday worship with choir at 10:00 a.m. with Sunday School for children. Fellowship hour after worship with lots of good food. Men’s and Women’s Bible studies. Youth group. Many Service and Fellowship opportunities. Handicapped accessible. 2400 South Union Street, Spencerport 14559, 585-352-6802. Pastor Tedd Pullano.


39 Hovey Street, Hilton, (585) 615-6383,, Facebook: Parma Christian Fellowship Church. Rev. Dr. Myke Merrill, Pastor Michael Whitcomb Tazey. Worship Services: Saturday 5:00PM, Sunday 10AM. Family Midweek: Wednesday 6:30PM Kids Club, TurningPoint Teens, Adult Bible Discussion Group. Nursery School: Parma Kids Preschool and Child Care Center, 39 Hovey Street, Hilton. School Phone: (585) 392-5792.


Located at 3940 Canal Road, Spencerport, NY 14559. We offer a place for people of all ages to encounter God through worship, fellowship and Biblical teaching so we can grow in our relationship with Jesus and make a difference in our community and the world. Services are: Sunday School at 9:30 AM. Sunday Worship at 10:30 AM. Enjoy a cup of coffee before service. Wednesday Bible Study for Adults and Youth Group meets at 6:30 PM. Prayer follows at 7:30 PM. Nursery is provided for all services. Handicap accessible. Seminarians Harvest provides free prepared and perishable foods every fourth Sunday of the month. Look for our special events at or like us on Facebook. Phone: 585-3525900. Cell: 585-851-4746. E-mail: Spencerportassemblyofgod@ All are welcome.

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With God’s help, we are Christians who are trying to get it right by making disciples for Jesus Christ through Worship, Fellowship and Love for all of God’s children. Would you join us on our journey? 30 Amity Street, Spencerport, NY, 585-352-3114,, Jack Laskowski, Pastor. Sunday Service is at 10:30am followed by Coffee Hour in the Fellowship Hall. Child Care, Sunday School and Bible Study available. Handicap accessible. 635 Old Wilder Road, Hilton, NY 14468 (across from Kelly’s Apple Farm), 585-392-4099, Please join us for Worship and Sunday School at 10am.


1107 Lake Road West Fork, Hamlin, NY 14464, (585) 964-2550. Pastor Christian Bode. Sunday Worship 8:30 & 11AM. Sunday School & Bible Class 9:45AM. NYS Licensed Child Care - Mon.-Fri., 6AM-6PM, 964-5859, Preschool.


55 Martha Street, Spencerport, NY 14559, Phone: 585-352-5481, E-mail:, Father Peter Mottola. Mass Schedule: Saturday Vigil 5pm; Sunday 7:45am, 9:30am and 11:15am; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8am; Wednesday 6:30pm; Friday Traditional Latin Mass 8am. Upcoming events include Discovering Christ October 4 through November 15. Check out our Website for details


167 Lake Ave., Hilton, (585)-392-2710. Father Joseph Catanise. Cursillo Ultreya: last Saturday each month after Mass. Mass schedule: Monday 5:30pm; Tuesday through Thursday 8:30am; Friday 8:30am Communion Service. Saturday: Confession 2:30-3:30pm; Rosary 3:30pm; Mass 4pm. Sunday: Mass (with Children’s Liturgy) 9:30am; 10:30am Adult Bible Study; LifeTeen Mass 6pm. Handicapped accessible.


Wherever you are in your faith journey, you are welcome at St. Luke’s. Founded in 1838, Our Mission is to Worship God Joyfully, Love One Another, Serve in the Name of Christ. Located at 14 State Street, Brockport, NY, we invite you to join us for Sunday Morning Worship and Children’s Sunday School at 9am. Handicapped accessible. Hearing assistance available. Coffee Hour directly following morning worship in the Parish Hall. Harvest Kitchen, our outreach to the greater community, offers a shared meal, fellowship and connection to community the second Sunday of the month, 2 to 3:30pm. Contact us at 585-637-6650. Visit us on Facebook or on our website at Recognized as a National Jubilee Church for outreach and service to our community.



13 South Main Street, Holley 16789 Kenmore Road, Kendall Parish Center - Holley 638-6718, Father Mark Noonan. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday - 8:00AM St. Mary’s; Thursday - 5:30PM St. Mary’s; Friday - 8:00AM St. Mark’s; Saturday Vigil - 5:00PM St. Mary’s; Sunday - 8:30AM St. Mark’s, 10:30AM St. Mary’s.

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Annual Christmas Concert

Our Local Christmas Services

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Sun., Dec. 16th • 3:00pm

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Community invited. Refreshments.

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CHRiStMAS EvE, December 24 7pm Candlelight Communion Service

Spencerport Assembly of God

All Jesus Wants For Christmas Is Your Presence

Sunday, December 23 10:30am

Come worship the King of Kings

3940 Canal Road, Spencerport • 352-5900

Masses Christmas Eve 3:30pm • 6:00pm • 11:00pm Christmas Day 10:30am

First Congregational United Church of Christ

(“The White Church”) 65 Church Street, Spencerport Sun., Dec. 23 10:00am Fourth Sunday of Advent Worship

St. Leo the Great Catholic Church 167 Lake Ave., Hilton, NY 14468 Rev. Joseph Catanise • 392-2710

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