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In early 2018, Anke Applebaum, Recreation Director for the Town of Hamlin, floated the idea to the Hamlin Town Board of having a mural painted on the west facing side of the Highway Garage building located at 1658 Lake Road. She felt that with the brand-new Library on one side of the old garage, and the Hamlin Town Hall on the other, the old building needed a bit of a facelift in order to better fit into the Town Park campus. Murals were suggested by artist Justin Suarez, a mural painter from Rochester who works with the City of Rochester’s Wall Therapy program and often volunteers at Wild Wings bird sanctuary in Mendon Ponds Park. Many of Suarez’s murals portray images of wild animals and birds of prey and Applebaum thought these pictures would represent Hamlin’s rural character in an appropriate and contemporary manner. She also thought that this project would be an interesting way for youth artists to learn about the process of spray-painted murals and decided that integrating youth artist


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The BOCES 4 Science program received the Community Support STEM Innovation Award in recognition of exemplary programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math from the Finger Lakes STEM Hub at an award ceremony at the Rochester Museum and Science Center. This is the first award BOCES 4 Science has won from the Finger Lakes STEM Hub. The NYS STEM Quality Learning Rubric is used to determine the winning program to celebrate excellence in STEM Education. BOCES 4 Science is a collaborative effort between the BOCES in the Mid-Western New York State region. It is a science program service developed through a partnership between Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES, Monroe #1 BOCES, Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, and the Genesee Valley Education Partnership BOCES. Mary Thomas, science teacher and acting director, of the BOCES 2 Elementary Science Program (ESP) said, “It is so gratifying to have won this award. Our collaborative group has worked very hard over the last several years to create a new science program of which BOCES 4 Science could be proud. These science units go across New York State and provide best practice instruction for K- 5 students. It is quite a feat to have scored well on the NYS STEM Quality Rubric and our whole team feels tremendously honored.” Provided information and photo

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Nazareth College vocalists flank Josh Groban before they take the stage together at his June 28 Turning Stone resort performance. LaMont Haywood is on the far left.

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Free child seat inspections offered The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee (GTSC) will offer free child seat inspections to parents and caregivers during the month of July. As part of a year-long safety initiative, state and local law enforcement agencies, together with various community safety partners, are offering free inspections by certified child passenger safety technicians. DMV Commissioner and GTSC Chair Mark J.F. Schroeder said, “With summer travel season underway, this is a great time of year for parents and caregivers to check their child’s safety seat to be certain that it is properly installed. We’re proud to work with our community partners to offer these vitally important check-up events.” These events aim to ensure all parents and caregivers understand how to choose an appropriate seat for the child’s age and size and how to install the seat correctly. Trained technicians will use the model of “Learn, Practice, and Explain” to educate caregivers on how to select a

child restraint that will fit their child, fit their vehicle and be used correctly every time. Getting safety information and car seat instructions to parents and caregivers is crucial to saving young lives. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), child safety seats reduce the risk of fatal injury by 71 percent for infants and by 54 percent for toddlers in passenger vehicles. The following child safety seat checks are scheduled: •Monroe County - July 18 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at Henrietta Fire District Training Center, 60 Erie Station Road Ext., West Henrietta •Orleans County - July 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Arnold Gregory Complex, at the Community Flea Market-Benefit, 243 South Main Street, Albion. Anyone unable to attend one of the free child car seat check-up events can make an appointment with a child seat inspection site listed at www.safeny. Provided information

SCRA awards scholarships to Spencerport graduates Spencerport Central Retirees Association (SCRA) has awarded scholarships to five 2019 Spencerport High School graduating seniors. SCRA is an organization made up of all those retired from the school district working in any capacity. This year’s awards totaled $9,355. Karina Myshinskiy is the winner of a $1,600 SCRA Scholarship. She will attend Roberts Wesleyan College where she will be part of the Physician Assistant Program. Bronson Slattery is also the recipient of a SCRA $1,600 scholarship. Bronson will be attending Honors College at Georgia Sate University where he will major in Actuarial Science. The winner of the $2,625 scholarship in memory of former Spencerport teacher Deanne Renckens is Sara Bonfiglio. Sara will attend Georgetown University and major in pre-law.

A scholarship in the amount of $2,530 was awarded to Alyssa Libonati. This scholarship is in memory of Mary Ingersoll, a former teacher in the district and founder and leader in the gifted program. Ingersoll also initiated Spencerport’s participation in what is now Odyssey of the Mind. Alyssa, the scholarship winner, will attend Binghamton University and major in medicine. The fifth scholarship in memory of former district superintendent Joe Clement in the amount of $1,000 is awarded to Victoria Caton. She will be attending Westmont College in Santa Barbara County, California majoring in English. Anyone wishing to help support SCRA’s continuing yearly scholarship program may send checks labeled for that purpose to Diana Hanley, 3976 Brick Schoolhouse Rd, Hamlin, NY 14464. Provided information

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•Brockport First Baptist Church, 124 Main Street, will offer a free community dinner, The Gathering, Sunday, July 21, 1 to 2:30 p.m. The dinner is family friendly, and the church is fully accessible. The Teen Closet will be open 1 to 2:30 p.m. Teens are invited to stop in to select free clothes and accessories. •Arc of Monroe will hold two voter registration events on July 18 encouraging people with disabilities to register. Session I will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and Session II from 2 to 4 p.m. at Arc of Monroe, 2060 Brighton-Henrietta Townline Road, Rochester. Arc of Monroe will help people fill out the appropriate forms and answer any questions so they may participate in the upcoming elections.


•American Legion Auxiliary #330, 691 Trimmer Road, Spencerport hosts its monthly basket raffle drawing on the day of Spencerport’s Canal Days Car Show, July 27. This month’s raffle includes eight baskets: a Syracuse themed filled cooler, a Golf package including 2 - 18 holes of golf (donated by Salmon Creek C.C.), family game night, three alcohol related baskets and a couple of this and that type baskets. Tickets cost: $1 each, $2 for 3 and $5 (15) for an arms length. Tickets are on sale now at the American Legion Post.

Government Meetings

•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. Village Board meets the first and third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. Village Board work session meets the fourth Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Planning Board meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. only upon application. Zoning Board of Appeals meets the first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. only upon application. Other Boards, Committees, Task Forces have varying meeting schedules. •Clarendon: Town Board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall, 16385 Church Street, Clarendon. Planning Board meets every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall. Zoning Board of Appeals meets upon necessity, on the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. •Clarkson: Town Board meets each second and fourth Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Clarkson Town Hall, 3710 Lake Road, Clarkson. Planning Board meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Zoning Board of Appeals meets the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. Conservation Board meets the second Wednesday of every month as needed. Architectural Review Board meets on the first Tuesday of the month as needed. All meetings are held in the Town Hall, 3710 Lake Road, Clarkson. The Library Board meets on the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Seymour Library, 161 East Avenue. Historical Society meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Clarkson Academy, 8343 Ridge Road. The Town Clerk’s Tuesday office hours have been extended to 6 p.m. •Hamlin: Planning Board meets the first Monday of each month at 7 p.m.; Town Board meets the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m.; Conservation Board meets fourth Monday of each month at 7 p.m.; Zoning Board of Appeals meets the third Monday of each month (July 15) at 7:30 p.m. All meetings held 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 at 7 p.m.; Zoning and Planning Board meet the first Monday of the month at 5 p.m. All meetings are at the Village of Holley office, 72 Public Square, Holley. •Kendall: Town Board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. for regular meetings. The conference sessions (workshop) meets the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. Meetings are held at the Kendall Town Hall, 1873 Kendall Road, Kendall. The Town Board has also scheduled additional work sessions to occur on Saturdays prior to the third Tuesday of each month from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Kendall Town Hall, 1873 Kendall Road, Kendall. Planning Board meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m., with optional work sessions held the second Tuesday at 7 p.m.; and the 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 (No meeting July 22). 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.


•Temperance Camps of Clarendon, a free presentation by Delia Robinson, will be held on Wednesday, July 17, at 7 p.m. at the Clarendon Historical Society, 16426 Fourth Section Road at Church Street in Clarendon. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments served. For more information call 638-6371 ext. 104. •The Clarendon Historical Society Museum, 16426 Fourth Section Road, Holley, will be open from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 17. For information call 638-6371 ext. 104.


•Byron-Bergen Public Library events: Call 494-1120 for details. Library is located at 13 South Lake Avenue, Bergen. •Hamlin Public Library programs: Preschool Storytime: July 15 at 10:30 a.m. Bird themed stories, songs and craft for ages 2 to 5. Community Superstars series, Braddock Bay Raptor Research: July 15 at 1 p.m. Meet rescued birds. Glow-in-the-Dark Galaxy Rock craft: July 16 at 1 p.m. DIY Terrariums for adults: July 16 at 6:30 p.m. Space Escape Room: July 18 at 1 and 3 p.m. (Tweens/Teens) and 6 and 8 p.m. (Adults). Tie Dye: July 24 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Bring item of clothing to tie dye. We have adopted “Mr. Grey’s Strays” as our Summer 2019 community give-back recipient and will accept cat-related items any time during regular business hours. Summer Reading minutes must be turned in by July 19 at 3 p.m. to be eligible for the weekly prize drawing. For a full listing of programs, check our Facebook page or website at For more information, or to register for programs, call 964-2320. •Hoag Library Programs: For a full listing of adult, children, and teen programs please visit our Facebook page or For a full listing of adult, children, and teen programs visit our Facebook page or Hoag Library is located at 134 South Main Street, Albion. •Seymour Library Programs: Family Dance Party: Mondays, July 15 and August 5, 11 to 11:45 a.m. Music aimed at preschoolers, but older kids welcome. Mobile Planetarium: Tuesday, July 16, 2 to 3 p.m. (Teens Only!), 4 to 5 p.m. and 5 to 6 p.m. (Families), 6 to 7 p.m. (Adults only). Parent attendance not required. Climb in to an inflated planetarium and learn some cool facts about the universe. Registration required. Space limited. Participants must be able to crawl into the planetarium and sit on the floor for one hour. Include any adults who are entering the planetarium in your registration and sign up for only one time. Story Space: Wednesdays in July and August 7, 3 to 4 p.m. Join fellow writers for some fun activities to work your imagination. For kids going into grades 2 to 5. Registration required.Fun with Food: Astronaut Edition: Thursday, July 18, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Complete Challenges as a team using your creativity, tasting skills and more. Registration required. Grades 4-8. Great Space Race: Friday, July 19, 2 to 4 p.m. Compete as a family in a variety of challenges to be the first ones to reach space. Play clothes recommended. Skype with an Astronaut: Tuesday, July 23, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. All ages welcome. For information, or to register for programs, call 637-1050.


•Board of Commissioners of the Brockport Fire District meet July 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Brockport Fire Station 3, 191 West Avenue, Brockport. •The Hamlin Morton Walker Board of Fire Commissioners meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. and the third Monday of the month (July 15) at 7 p.m. for the purpose of paying bills. All meetings will be held at the Hamlin Morton Walker Fire District Building, 1521 Lake Road in Hamlin. •The Kendall Fire District Commissioners meet on the third Wednesday of the month (July 17) at 7 p.m. at the Kendall Fire Hall, 1879 Kendall Road, Kendall. •The Brockport Lions Club meets the first and third Wednesday of the month at the Brockport area Vet’s Club on West Avenue at 6:30 p.m. Contact person is Barb Marshall, 255-0948 or e-mail at

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•The Kendall School District Board of Education meets July 15 for its Annual Organizational Board Meeting at 6 p.m. in the David J. Doyle Kendall Junior Senior High School Library at 16887 Roosevelt Highway, Kendall.

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•The Procurement Ready RoundtableTM, a minority business owners roundtable, is holding its kick-off event on Thursday, July 18, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Mayor’s Office of Community Wealth Building, Business & Community Services Center, 30 North Fitzhugh Street, Rochester. The kick-off event is free for interested minority business owners and a continental breakfast will be provided. To register, visit: event?llr=4oky7tbab&oeidk=a07egfy2gy01dc6027f. Contact David Powe at 585-704-6241 with questions.

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College at Brockport 2019-2020 athletic schedule The College at Brockport Athletics Department has released the 2019-2020 schedule for all three seasons (fall, winter and spring). The fall season gets the ball rolling on Friday, August 30 when men and women’s cross-country travel to St. John Fisher College for their first meet of the season. Women’s and men’s soccer are on the road as well; the women headed to Clarkson for tournament play and the men’s team at Rochester Institute of Technology. Also in action that Friday is Women’s Volleyball, set to travel to Alliance, Ohio for the Mount Union Tournament. Field hockey and women’s tennis will both compete at home that day, with tennis hosting Nazareth College and field hockey opening their year against Wells College. A week later, the football team start their season with a road battle against Hobart College. Swimming and diving start off the winter season, with the Ithaca College Quad Meet on October 19. A couple of

Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic preview The 15th stop on the 2019 “Road to the LPGA” takes the Symetra Tour to Brook-Lea Country Club in Gates for the fifth annual Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic from July 18 through 21. “Women’s professional golf has been a staple in the Rochester community for 43 straight years now and we are extremely proud that the Symetra Tour can keep the tradition running in this region,” said Mike Nichols, the Chief Business Officer of the Symetra Tour. “The tournament staff is devoted to growing this event and making it one for all to enjoy, providing a true LPGA Tour family atmosphere.” Greeting the 144-player field in Rochester is a total purse of $175,000. Individuals are set to compete in a 72-hole stroke play format with a cut to the low 60 players and ties after 36 holes. The winner’s share for the event is $26,250. Tournament chairman Mike Vadala said, “It is hard to believe five years has passed since we lost our friend Danielle Downey. She would be so proud of all the good that we are doing for players on Tour, young female golfers from the area, all women in Rochester, and patients receiving treatment from the Pluta Cancer Center Foundation.” Downey, who grew up in Spencerport and played golf professionally, was killed in a car accident in January 2014. Defending champion Eun Jeong Seong (Yongin, Republic of Korea) is among the competitors and the win was one of six top-25 finishes in her rookie campaign. So far this year, she owns a season-best tied for sixth performance at the Symetra Classic. “It was a great feeling to earn my first professional victory at the Danielle Downey Credit Union Classic,” Seong said. “I will always remember the experience and am excited to return and try to defend the title. It will not be easy, but with the great support of the Rochester fans, I will give it my all to make a run.” Action gets underway at 7:30 a.m. all four days with play starting off Number 1 and Number 10 tees in the first and second round. Meanwhile, all groups will head off Number 1 tee in twosomes for both the third and final rounds with a trophy presentation to follow on Number 18 green. Provided information

weeks later, on Friday, November 1, Ice Hockey travels to Plattsburgh State, while Wrestling stay at home to face-off against Penn State – Behrend. Both men and women’s basketball kick of the year with road games on Tuesday, November 12, with the men heading to Morrisville College and the women playing at Rochester Institute of Technology. Indoor Track and Field host the annual Brockport Open on Saturday, December 7 to open up their campaign. The Gymnastics team will begin their title defense on Tuesday, January 7 as they host SUNY Cortland for the first meet of the season. Spring Sports begin on the weekend of Friday, February 21 with Baseball heading to Virginia to battle Ferrum College. Women’s lacrosse starts up a couple of days later when they host Denison College. The men’s lacrosse team kick off their season at home as well on Wednesday, February 26 when they take on Alfred. The softball team will hit the road on March 25 when they open up the year with a double-header against Nazareth College. The outdoor track and field team is the last to start their campaign, with their first meet coming on Saturday, March 28 at SUNY Geneseo. To view the complete schedule visit gobrockport. com/calendar.aspx Provided information


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Third-graders in Erin Ayer’s class at T. J. Connor Elementary try out the Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses during the Career Day.

T.J. Connor Elementary School hosts Career Day Guest presenters from a variety of career fields helped to make the second annual T. J. Connor Elementary School Career Day a huge success. Presenters included engineers, a flight instructor, an Army National Guard, a human resources director, a realtor, a beekeeper, an equine therapist, a Monroe County Probation Officer, an energy analyst, a metal fabricator, a mental health therapist, a medical records tech, The Strong Museum of Play, Director of Education, an EMT, a registered nurse, Wheatland-Chili Career and Technical Education WEMOCO bakery and welding students, a Monroe County Sheriff ’s Deputy, a K-9 officer and his Deputy, and more. Career Day is an opportunity for Kindergarten to fifth-grade students at Wheatland-Chili CSD to learn about different careers and the education and training required to obtain those positions. Career Day helps students learn

about career options so they can start to set goals for themselves. Wheatland-Chili K-12 Assistant Principal Danielle Hoch together with Math Interventionist Siobhan Hough; School Psychologist Dalit Spindel; Fourth Grade Teacher Patty Bruno; Fourth Grade Teacher Maggie Spuhler; Kindergarten Teacher Donna Gronemeyer; Kindergarten Teacher Beth Meeker; and Susan Merriam all helped with the planning of the day and the recruitment of the volunteer presenters. The WheatlandChili Federation of Teachers (WCFT) gave each presenter a keepsake water bottle. “We thank our presenters and community members for sharing their time and expertise as Career Day would not be possible without them,” said K-12 Assistant Principal Danielle Hoch. “T. J. Connor students learned invaluable lessons and we look forward to doing it again next year.” Provided information and photo

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Transportation project approved for Route 31 in Town of Sweden The Genesee Transportation Council and New York State DOT have slated $5,027,100 for a safety improvement project on Route 31 from Route 19 to just west of Salmon Creek Road. While details of the approved project have not been released, and construction not likely to begin before 2021, Sweden Supervisor Kevin Johnson has advocated over

the past eighteen months for several improvements on Route 31. This project may include a center turn lane in the vicinity of Sherry Lane. It also may include additional sidewalks. In the meantime, Johnson has requested that the local NYS DOT office repair decaying pavement on Route 31 between Owens Road and Sweden Walker Road. Provided information

Water testing being conducted in proposed Sweden water district In May, the Town of Sweden filed an application for public water funding with the USDA Rural Development office. The town is now collecting a small sampling of private water sources in the proposed district on Countryview Terrace, Redman Road (between Fourth Section and White Road) and Lake Road to the Bergen town line. The town only needs to sample a small percentage of the 74 existing homes that are in the district.

Testing kits were being delivered to homeowners over the weekend of July 13 and 14. The kits are due back to the laboratory by July 25. Residents of the proposed district with questions, should call Supervisor Kevin Johnson’s office at 637-7588 or email Provided information

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Find The Answers To The Questions Below Inside Your Hometown Community Directory Copies of the Hometown Community Directory may be picked up at our office at 1776 Hilton-Parma Corners Road, Spencerport. THIS WEEK’S QUESTIONS - Questions also listed on our website. 1. What business is advertised on the Village of Holley map page? _________________________________________found on page___________. 2. What chamber of commerce does Walker Brothers Funeral Home, Inc. belong to? _________________________________________found on page___________. 3. What is the phone number for the Town of Parma Court Clerk?

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Jewelry Repair on site • WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS The Route 259 bridge in Spencerport closed to traffic on July 9. Photo by Ray Kuntz Jr.

Bridge rehabilitation project underway Construction is now underway on the $16.3 million project that will rehabilitate two of the region’s most iconic Erie Canal lift bridges, the Union Street bridge in Spencerport and the Main Street bridge in Fairport. Canal boat traffic will not be impacted by the work, which will maintain and help preserve the historic bridges, both built in 1914. “This region has the most canal lift bridges in the state and by investing in them we are protecting the vitality of downtown communities and helping to move the Finger Lakes Forward,” said New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez. New York State Canal Corporation Director Brian Stratton said, “We are pleased to work with the DOT to preserve the rich history of the Erie Canal while improving safety for drivers, pedestrians, and boaters. I thank Governor Cuomo for his leadership in repairing these two century-old bridges that are well-travelled by locals, whether commuting to work or taking advantage of all the canals have to offer.” The project cost is being shared by the two state agencies. Canal Corporation is responsible for maintaining and operating the lifting components of the canal bridges, while NYSDOT owns and maintains the bridges and state highways. The bridges being repaired are on main thoroughfares in the hearts of their communities, providing critical links to local businesses and residences. While the lengthy closure is an inconvenience, the repairs will allow all legal vehicle loads to travel over the bridges. The repairs will include the installation of high-strength galvanized steel to replace the flooring systems, updates to the lifting mechanisms and control towers, and improvements to the bridge railings and guide rail on the bridge approaches. The alignments and profiles of the bridges will not change, however the southern approach to the Route 259 lift bridge will be re-aligned to improve sight distance for vehicular traffic. Access to businesses and sidewalks near the bridges will be maintained throughout the project’s duration. Sidewalks along the bridges will be closed to pedestrians.

Senator Rob Ortt said, “This $16.3 million investment into the Union Street and Main Street lift bridges demonstrates a commitment to preserving the history and character that makes our region so unique. Not only will these rehabilitation projects improve the functionality of the Union Street and Main Street lift bridges, but they will also increase the commercial and residential benefits associated with the surrounding communities. It’s vital that we stay proactive in our care for these Erie Canal lift bridges in order to ensure the history of these bridges – and the vitality of canal communities – continues to thrive.” The Route 259 (Union Street) bridge in Spencerport closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic on Tuesday, July 9. A posted detour is in place during the bridge closure, guiding motorists using Route 104 (West Ridge Road), Route 261 (Manitou Road) and Route 31. Pedestrian traffic can use the adjacent Martha Street canal bridge crossing. Access to the Erie Canal Trailway will be maintained throughout the project. The Route 250 (Main Street) bridge in Fairport is scheduled to close to traffic on September 4. Both bridges are scheduled to re-open late next year. For real-time travel information, motorists should call 511 or visit www.511NY. org or the mobile site at, New York State’s official traffic and travel information source. Provided information

Extensive repairs are needed to improve safety. A great deal of rust can be seen on the underside of the Route 259 bridge. Photos by Ray Kuntz Jr.

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An Old Fashioned Fourth of July at the Morgan-Manning House The Brockport Community Band returns by Doug Hickerson It was a bright sunny day for the annual Fourth of July at the Morgan-Manning House. The day began at 10 a.m. with the Children’s Parade, which had about 600 people, adults and children, all decked out in patriotic colors (see photos).

Music began with the Brockport Community Choir, directed by Liz Banner. The MC was Dan Hawkin, wearing a patriotic hat and providing humorous commentary. The event featured the Brockport Community Band, which had not played there for several years. Members mastered their music with only about six hours of rehearsals on July 1, 2 and 3. There were 80 community musicians, according to Shawn Halquist, Brockport High School Band Director. The youngest just completed fifth grade and the oldest was 70. Several were BHS Band alumni, and music teachers from Brockport Central School and other school districts, plus retired teachers. The air was filled with the booming sounds of brass and gentle sounds of woodwinds, with a toe-tapping drum beat from snare drums. With a very professional sound, they played a wide variety of patriotic music. “We always have a large turnout of volunteers that make this event possible,” said Gordy Fox, President of the Western Monroe Historical Society, which sponsored the event. “Without all this help every year this event could not be held.” “It is always a great event,” said Halquist who has faithfully led the July 4 band for about a decade. “Brockport is a special place.”

Photos by Dianne Hickerson

Brockport Police report Between July 3 and July 9, the Brockport Police handled 411 calls for service (13,823 calls to date in 2019). Police were dispatched to five family troubles, seven harassment/fight/assaults, five motor vehicle accidents, completed 177 special attentions that include, but are not limited to, house checks, business checks, bike patrol, etc., and conducted 58 traffic stops. The above calls do not represent all calls and not all calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene. Community message: With the summer in full swing, so are the enjoyable events held in the Village of Brockport. With the Sidewalk Sale behind us, Brockport Police would like to point out some other events happening this summer. The Summer Serenades Series, held every Thursday along


the canal behind the Welcome Center, exhibits many area musicians and bands. The Summer Serenades Series is free to the public and is a family friendly event. Coming up on August 10 and 11, Brockport holds host to the annual Brockport Arts Festival that is held on Main Street. The Arts Festival provides opportunities for residents and visitors to check out vendors from around the area selling their goods. Also happening at the Arts Festival is a Vintage Car Cruise-In, farmer’s market, music, the great Duck Derby with over $7,200 in prizes, and plenty of events for all to enjoy. Admittance into the festival is free and family friendly, so all can come out and enjoy. Brockport Police Officers will be at all events and welcome all to come out and say “Hello.” Provided information

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Eight Hilton High School students’ writing and illustrations were selected for the Rochester Area Literacy Council’s 10th Annual Publishing Project. This year’s theme is “Voices of Youth: Imagination, Ideas, Innovations.” The full-color publication provides kindergarten through 12th grade students with the opportunity to publish their written work relating to their creative and inventive imagination or their physical, social, emotional or cultural environment. Students received a copy of the publication at a celebration held June 10 at the Seneca Park Zoo. Shown are: (l-r) Hanna Roman, Sophia Haynes, Meghan Stirpe, Lily Draper, Sydney Spence, Laura Reigle, Kayla Simone and Noah Shannon. Provided photo.

Registration underway for Wilmot Warrior Walk UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute will host its seventh annual Wilmot Warrior Walk on Sunday, September 8 at the Highland Park Bowl in Rochester. Registration is now open for the annual event that features a certified 5K, certified 10K and a one-mile walk, as well as a post-race celebration. Proceeds support cancer research and the Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program at Wilmot Cancer Institute, but it’s not just a fundraiser. This event is meant to unite those touched by cancer. “Cancer doesn’t just impact the person diagnosed. It impacts entire families and communities. By coming together, we can have a more meaningful impact on local


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WEMOCO student honored at SkillsUSA Workforce Development event Ellie Woodin, from Rochester and a student at WEMOCO Career and Education Center in Spencerport, received one of the nation’s highest awards at the 2019 SkillsUSA Championships, held in Louisville, Kentucky, on June 26 and 27. More than 6,500 students competed at the national showcase of career and technical education. The SkillsUSA Championships is the largest skill competition in the world and covers 1.4 million square feet, equivalent to 20 football fields or 25 acres. Students were invited to the event to demonstrate their technical skills, workplace skills and personal skills in 103 hands-on competitions including

robotics, automotive technology, drafting, criminal justice, aviation maintenance and public speaking. Industry leaders from 600 businesses, corporations, trade associations and unions planned and evaluated the contestants against their standards for entry-level workers. Industry support of the SkillsUSA Championships is valued at over $36 million in donated time, equipment, cash and material. More than 1,100 industry judges and technical committee members participated this year. Skill Point Certificates were awarded in 72 occupational and leadership areas to students who met a threshold contest score defined by industry. The Skill Point

Certificate is a component of SkillsUSA’s assessment program for career and technical education. Woodin was awarded a Skill Point Certificate in Job Skill Demonstration Open. “More than 6,500 students from every state in the nation participated in the 2019 SkillsUSA Championships,” said SkillsUSA executive director Tim Lawrence. “This showcase of career and technical education demonstrates our SkillsUSA partnership at its finest. Our students, instructors and industry partners work together to ensure that every student excels. This program expands learning and career opportunities for our members.”

The SkillsUSA Championships event is held annually for students in middle school, high school or college/postsecondary programs as part of the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference. More than 360,000 students and advisors join SkillsUSA annually, organized into more than 18,000 sections and 53 state and territorial associations. The national, nonprofit partnership of students, instructors and industry is a verified talent pipeline for America’s skilled workforce that is working to help solve the skills gap. Provided information

Gates senior runner joins Kay’s Krew for JDRF Walk

Kay’s Krew at the JDRF Walk. Bruce Rychwalski is standing in the back row wearing white hat. Kaydence Wade is standing behind the other children and wearing a blue hat.

On Saturday, June 15, Gates senior runner Bruce Rychwalski, 69, walked in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Rochester Chapter Walk-to-Cure on the R.I.T. campus. The annual JDRF Walk is the area’s largest fundraiser in which the money raised goes towards research for a cure for type 1 diabetes. The walk had one goal: to create a world without type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults, and is also known as juvenile diabetes. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is the leading global funder of type 1 diabetes research. Its mission is to improve the lives of all people affected by type 1 diabetes by accelerating breakthroughs on the most promising opportunities for care, better treatment and prevention of type 1 diabetes. Rychwalski walked as a member of Kaydence Wade’s team, Kay’s Krew. Eight-year-old Kaydence was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at eight months old. She is insulin dependent and uses an

insulin pump, as well as a continuous glucose monitor sensor. Kaydence began playing soccer at the age of three, as well as dancing and running. Every Fourth of July Kaydence runs with her brothers in the Town of Greece Scooby Stars and Stripes Kids Fun Run. Rychwalski is motivated by the courage and perseverance Kaydence displays in facing the everyday challenges of type 1 diabetes. He marvels at her will and tenacity to lead a normal and active life and her ability to thrive while facing an incurable disease. Rychwalski, a heart disease survivor, considers Kaydence to be a kindred spirit. She has an implantable insulin pump and he has an implantable cardiac resynchronization therapy device (three lead pacemaker) with an internal defibrillator. Since being diagnosed in 2011 with the genetic heart muscle disease, Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy, Rychwalski has run in 335 5K races. Provided information and photo

Women’s Rights National Historical Park hosts Convention Days 2019 Women’s Rights National Historical Park (NHP) will hold Convention Days 2019, July 19 through 21 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The Convention Day theme “Back to our Roots,” focuses on the early days of the Women’s Rights Movement. This program explores the early movement, its leaders and the impact those roots continue to have on women’s rights today. This year’s event sets the scene for the upcoming 2020 centennial of women’s right to vote ratified by the 19th Amendment in 1920.

On July 20 at 10:30 a.m. the event opens with the Welcome Ceremony, followed by Women’s Rights NHP’s official kick-off of the Centennial of the 19th Amendment. The 1848 convention called for women’s right to vote but it took another 72 years before it was achieved. On August 26, 1920 the 19th Amendment became part of the U.S. Constitution and the right to vote in the U.S. could no longer be denied on the basis of gender. The struggle for universal suffrage is a complex history interwoven throughout the American story. As the nation approaches the 100th anniversary of the

ratification of the 19th Amendment, the National Park Service is preparing to commemorate and tell the story of this history and its legacy. Convention Days has been a signature event in Seneca Falls for many years. This annual event allows visitors to engage with women’s history focusing on the revolutionary 1848 Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention through art, story telling, speakers, and special programming. Speakers include scholars and authors Judith Wellman, Sally Roesch Wagner, Susan Goodier, and Seneca County Historian Walter Gable, in addition to

Elizabeth Cady Stanton descendant Coline Jenkins. Convention Days activities will occur throughout Seneca Falls. The entire schedule is available at wori/planyourvisit/convention-days.htm. Events will be held rain or shine. Public parking is available throughout town and accessibility parking will be available behind the Women’s Rights NHP Visitor Center. Women’s Rights National Historical Park is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, visit or call 315-568-2991. Provided information

The Summer Slump! How many workouts can I miss before I backslide? by Tami Mungenast CPT, CNWC, CCES With summer vacation underway, trips, picnics and outings quickly filling our calendars, finding the time to work out can be tricky. Often one missed workout turns into a week or more of missed workouts. People often wonder how many workouts they can miss before it becomes a hindrance to the progress they have made. Missing a workout once in a while is not necessarily a bad thing. If you are a regular exerciser and you miss a few workouts your body might actually thank you. In the long run, taking a little break from exercise (up to a week) can help you increase your strength and endurance in the workouts after the break. However, once you creep past the week mark you will start to notice some decrease in strength and cardiovascular conditioning. This is especially true if you are new to exercise when consistency is critical.

Two weeks of missed workouts, especially cardio/endurance training, will begin to cause declines in endurance. Within four weeks declining conditioning can be significant. A recent study of recreational runners revealed that fact. According to the Journal of Applied Physiology, “Four weeks of detraining led to a 3.6 decline in blood volume as well as a significant reduction in left ventricle mass.” Muscular conditioning and strength can be maintained for up to three weeks of missed training. Much of this is dependent on how long the person has been exercising. It appears that a person who has been exercising for an extended length of time is able to maintain conditioning longer than someone who is new to exercise. If you are exercising to lose weight or maintain lost weight and suddenly stop training, your diet will be an important factor in weight gain. If you keep eating the same amount of calories and carbs as you did when exercising, you are likely to

start putting on pounds when you stop. It’s a good idea to dial down the carbs and calories a bit for each day you are on vacation or temporarily break from your workouts. While on vacation or busy with summer activities, try getting one or two full body 45-minute workouts in per week

and you will likely not lose ground with your progress. Fuse these workouts with cardio intervals in between resistance training sets to burn the candle from both ends. And remember, no matter how far off track you might get, you are never too far to get back on track again! Happy summer!

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Nurturing nature and knowledge at Churchville-Chili Middle School Back in October of 2018, fifth- and sixth-graders at Churchville-Chili Middle School began preparing for the arrival of about 150 brown trout eggs. They hoped to hatch and raise the fish as part of their Trout in the Classroom experiment. Teacher Patti Saucke had been working to bring the project to life for several years, and excitement was high in her classroom. Over the next few months, with the help of teacher Kyle Poag, Saucke’s students studied stream habitat and conservation. They learned how to monitor water quality, measure food, track population growth with graphs, and understand ecosystems.

Four members of the school’s video club were on hand to capture the event to share with the rest of the school. (l-r) Sarah Bracey, Kayla Monett, Mike DeBona, and Josh Bennigsohn.

Students watched their eggs hatch, and saw their fry grow into fingerlings. They even learned the hard fact that sometimes the smaller fish were eaten by their larger siblings. The expectation was that about 10 percent of the eggs would survive, but by early spring, the Churchville-Chili trout had beaten those odds. On April 26, more than a hundred healthy fish were released into Oatka Creek in Scottsville by their 50 student handlers. “The great thing about a project like this is that it gets kids personally involved and invested,” said Saucke. “They’ve learned about the negative impact people have had on nature with pollution and habitat loss. But they also see that by respecting the environment, they can help change things for the better. Those values will go with these young people through life, and hopefully be passed to their children, too.” “In the meantime, they develop new math, science, social studies and even language skills, and use them in the pursuit of something tangible and real. Plus, it’s just plain fun.” The details of the project and release were captured on video by student members of the school’s Video Club, led by teacher Jeff House. Their movie, “Trout Release Project – 5/1/2019” is available for viewing at at the bottom of the page.

Trout in the Classroom is an environmental education program designed by Trout Unlimited. Churchville-Chili’s students used equipment loaned through the Seth Green Chapter and received their trout eggs from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). After the release, students visited the

Caledonia Fish Hatchery. Established in 1870 by Seth Green, it was the first fish hatchery in the western hemisphere. It now specializes in stocking brown trout, which is native to this region. Provided information and photo

Churchville-Chili students and teachers braved the muddy banks of Oatka Creek to assist in the release of their carefully nurtured trout fingerlings.

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•Ognissanti, Louise M., of Rochester, died July 10, 2019 at age 95. She was predeceased by her husband, Michael and brothers, Nicholas and Silas Brown. She is survived by her son, Gary Wade (David Lavigne); daughter, Beverly (Albert) Lockwood; grandchildren, Natalie Lockwood, Timothy (April) Lockwood; greatgrandchildren, Christopher, Daniel and Kimberlee. Louise was a member of Moose Lodge #2290 and Sweet Adeline’s International Singing Group. Her Funeral Mass was held July 13 at 1 p.m. at St. Vincent DePaul Church, Churchville. Private Interment, St. Vincent DePaul Cemetery. Contributions can be made to the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm or to the National Kidney Foundation in her memory.


•Briggs, Michael H., died unexpectedly July 2, 2019 at age 49. Predeceased by his mother Marilyn Briggs. He is survived by his children Kane, Carmen and Stella; their mother Kasey Briggs; father Howard Briggs; sister Stacy (Chris Zimmer) Briggs; and many other close family and friends. His Funeral Service was held July 8 at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc., Brockport. Contributions can be made to a charity of one’s choice in his memory. •Nothnagle, Richard A., died July, 4, 2019 at age 73. Survived by his wife, Patricia; children, Tammy (Tom) Canfield, Christopher (Aneli), Rhonda (Brian) Stone, Amanda (Richard) Seaman; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Services were held July 8 at the Leo M. Bean and Sons Funeral Home, Chili. Interment at the convenience of the family. •Vink, Robert J. “Bob,” died June 26, 2019. Predeceased by his parents Donald and Elsie Vink, and sister Sharon Magin. He is survived by his daughter Stacie (Kenneth) Goff; grandchildren Isabella and Jackson Goff; siblings James Vink, Lynda (Roger) Young and Sally Vink; several nieces and nephews, to his good friends Seymour and Ryan- “I’ll miss you guys” and his beloved dog Shea. Bob was a photographer and music lover. His Funeral Service was held July 13 at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc., Brockport. Contributions in his memory can be made to any organization that benefits animals.

Ann (Kenneth) Gartley; and son, James (Janet) Thorne; grandchildren, David (Kristen) Pschierer, Paul (Olivia) Pschierer, Sarah (Isaiah) Zacchigna, Emily Swift (Kenneth Bibb) and Eric (Stephanie) Thorne; five greatgrandchildren; many nieces and nephews, Her Funeral Mass was celebrated July 6 at St. Pius the Tenth Church, Chili. Interment, St. Pius Cemetery. Donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association in her memory.


•Garbutt, Camryn Scott, beloved son of Scott and Eugenia Garbutt, died July 1, 2019 at age 6. He was predeceased by his twin brother, Camdyn in 2014 and also by his great grandfathers, Howard Garbutt and Gene Fritz. Besides his parents, Camryn is survived by his sisters, Alexis, Shelby, Keirsten, Addilyn and Raelyn; also survived by his grandmothers, Linda Ventura and Deborah (Joe) Barr; his grandfathers, Michael (Darla) Wiggins and Rick Garbutt; his great-grandmother, Marjorie Wiggins and his private duty nurses. Services were held July 6 at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., Hilton. Interment, private. Donations can be made to the National Gaucher Foundation, 5410 Edson Ln #220, Rockville, MD 20852 in his memory.


•Caskey, Mary E. “Betsy,” died July 5, 2019, at age 52. Predeceased by her father, John George and her brother, Thomas George. Survived by her mother, Sharon George; husband, Zane Caskey; sons, Brandon and Colin Peterson; brother, Michael (Jessica) George; niece and nephew, Avery and Tyler George; and many friends. Her Memorial Service was held July 10 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Hilton. Interment at the convenience of the family at Falls Cemetery. Contributions can be made to Verona Street Animal Society, 184 Verona Street, Rochester, NY 14608 in her memory.


•Dawley, Dodie (Howe), died July 1, 2019, at age 61. Predeceased by her mother, Betty Howe. Survived by her son, Jeffrey (Kelly) Dawley; her father, Al Howe; her siblings, Douglas (Deb) Howe, Dennis (Karen) Howe, Debi (Joe) Lee, Doreen (Richard) Johnson and Daniel Howe; former husband, Raymond Dawley; many nieces, nephews and friends; also her loving dog, Lacey. Family and friends are invited to call Sunday, July 14, 2019, 1 to 4 p.m. at the Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Inc., 735 East Avenue, Hilton. Interment at the convenience of the family. Donations can be made to Hamlin Dog Shelter, 80 Railroad Avenue, Hamlin, NY 14464 in her memory.

•Thorne, Shirley R., died June 29, 2019 at age 92. Predeceased by her loving husband of 56 years, George A. Thorne, Jr.; two sisters, Marie Muncil and Betty Mendell. Survived by two daughters, Betty Allen, Mary

•Mullen, James Albert, died June 29, 2019, at age 90. He was predeceased by his first wife, Eleanor and his daughter, Karen Floyd. Survived by his wife, Saralynne and his son, Glenn (Jana) Mullen; grandchildren, Bennett (Christina) Floyd, James (Alea) Floyd; great-grandsons, Spencer and Russell Floyd; brothers, Kenneth and Thomas Mullen; step-children, Michele Spring-Moore, Steven (Cheri) Moore; son-in-law, Robert Floyd; stepgrandson, Jason (Tina) Smith; sisters-in-law, Kathy Pittaway and Shirley Mullen; many nieces, nephews and friends. Also predeceased by his parents, John and

•Chudyk, Eva M., died July 9, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. Survived by loving husband of 35 years, Stephen; children, Jennifer (Mike) Ortolaza and Ellen Chudyk (Kiri Breese-Garelick); granddaughters, Maria and Elizabeth; seven brothers and sisters. A Celebration of Eva’s Life was held July 13 from 2 to 10 p.m. at Churchville Park (Oak Shelter). Donations can be made to cancer research in her memory.

Laura Mullen; his siblings, Katherine Mullen, John, Gerald, William, Richard and Charles Mullen. Jim was Past Chief of Hilton Fire Dept. and a former Fire Marshall and Building Inspector for the Town of Parma. Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service, Monday, July 15 at 7 p.m. at Hilton Baptist Church after which Jim’s family will receive friends in the Lloyd Room of the church. Private Interment, Parma Union Cemetery. Contributions can be made to Hilton Fire Department or Hilton Baptist Church in his memory.


•Boccaccio, Michael R., age 79, died July 7, 2019. Survived by his wife of almost 36 years Sharon; son: Bobby (Mary) Boccaccio; daughter: Colleen (Andrew) Young; five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren; brother-in-law: Robert Orto, Jr.; sister-in-law: Jean Orto; several nieces, nephews, cousins. His Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated July 11 at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, Brockport. Interment Creekside Cemetery, Churchville. Contributions can be made to a charity of one’s choice in his memory.


•Hampton, Gary, died June 30, 2019 at age 66. Survived by his loving wife Nora Hampton (Heckman) of 37 years; children, Michael, Robert, Donald, Douglas; grandson, Jackson; sister, Gail (Kevin) Benoit; brother, Will Hampton. Gary, retired from the U.S. Navy, was the chatty cashier at the Tops in Hilton and also a swim instructor at the YMCA (Westside and Monroe). His Funeral Service was held July 9 at Elmgrove United Methodist Church. Interment private. Donations can be made to Elmgrove United Methodist Church, 1500 Spencerport Road, Rochester, NY 14606 or Boy Scout Troop 165, c/o St. John the Evangelist Church, 55 Martha Street, Spencerport, NY 14559 in his memory.

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Keep your family safe online by Tami Raco Kids are now home from school on summer vacation. While parents are at work kids may find themselves spending more time online. Help keep your family safe with these online privacy tips provided by the National Missing and Exploited Children Center. To e n s u r e t h e i r s a f e t y, teach children what is okay and what is not okay to share online. Privacy means something different to chil-

dren, teens and grownups. The Internet encourages them to share personal information. As much as it can be fun, it can also present some risks and can put children in vulnerable positions. Some things not to share include: passwords, addresses (home and school), their locations, school name, and phone numbers. Often victims of an online scam have had their identities stolen by sharing this kind of information. Be sure to discuss privacy settings with your family. Most social media sites have settings for privacy. Encourage kids to adjust these settings so that only those who are approved can see what they share. Be aware of location tags. Some phones and sites use GPS to track users. Be sure this is disabled. Teach children how to create strong passwords. Explain that passwords should be more than eight characters, and teach them acronyms or songs to help remember them.

Help kids avoid online scams. Explain that scams often target children and teens promising money or prizes in exchange for personal information. Tell them to always contact an adult before providing any personal information. Use these discussion starters to talk about protecting privacy online. •Why do you think it’s important to only add friends you know in real life on social media? •Do you know how to change your privacy settings on social media websites and apps? •Do you know how to disable location-tagging on your phone or in the apps you use? •Have you ever seen a pop-up or ad that asked you for personal information? What did you do? •How easy do you think your passwords are to guess? Do you know how to make them stronger? For more information visit: http://www.missingkids. com/education

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Notice is hereby given that the Planning Board of the Town of Clarkson will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 6:00 pm at the Clarkson Town Hall, 3710 Lake Road, Clarkson, New York to consider the following application: Applicant: Wellington North Senior Residence Property Address: West Avenue, Town of Clarkson NY Tax ID #: Portion of 68.02-1-3 Acres: 5.011 Applicant is requesting subdivision, site plan and special permit for Congregate Housing. The project requires a subdivision of 5.011 acres of land, to construct a 27, 727 square foot, 50 unit senior multi-residential facility on the larger parcel of land. The site will access from Wellington Woods Drive, which accesses both Lake Road and West Avenue. Utilities will be brought to the site from the existing Wellington Woods facility, which is managed by the applicant.

“A LOCAL LAW TO AMEND THE “DOG LICENSING AND CONTROL LAW OF THE TOWN OF CLARKSON” Please take notice that on July 9, 2019 the Clarkson Town Board adopted Local Law #1-2019 “A local law to amend the Town of Clarkson’s “Dog Licensing and Control Law of the Town of Clarkson” ” This Local Law restricts the number of dogs per household to three dogs, and permits dogs to be exempt from this restriction if they are duly licensed no later than September 1, 2019. It also amends the redemption period and notice provisions for dogs that have been abandoned or seized. The complete text of this local law is on file in the Office of the Town Clerk, and may be inspected during normal business hours. By Order of the Town Board of the Town of Clarkson.

All interested parties will be given the opportunity to be heard. Application is on file in the Building Department.

Dated: July 10, 2019

By Order of the Planning Board of the Town of Clarkson.

Sharon S. Mattison Clarkson Town Clerk

Dated: July 8, 2019 Kevin Moore Building Official

SOLAR ENERGY FACILITIES LAW OF THE TOWN OF CLARKSON Please take notice that the Town Board of the Town of Clarkson will hold a public hearing at the Town Hall, 3710 Lake Road, Clarkson, New York, at 6:00 p.m. on July 23, 2019, to consider the adoption of the following Local Law: INTRODUCTORY LOCAL LAW #2-2019 “Solar Energy Facilities Law of the Town of Clarkson” This Local Law, if adopted, will regulate the installation of solar energy systems within the Town of Clarkson. The text of this proposed local law is on file in the Office of the Town Clerk, and may be inspected during normal business hours. All interested parties will be given the opportunity to be heard. Dated: June 25, 2019 By order of the Clarkson Town Board Sharon S. Mattison Town Clerk


6601 Fourth Section Road, Brockport (Rt. 31, across from Wegmans), 6375930, Sunday Bible Study 9am, Sunday Worship 10am followed by coffee hour. Wednesday Bible Class at 11am. Community Hygiene Bank Distribution on July 13 from noon to 2pm.


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 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.


5220 Lake Road South, Brockport, 585-637-2470. Regular Meetings: Sundays - Sunday School for all ages 9:30am, Worship Service 10:45am; Wednesday 6:30pm - AWANA Club 4 years old to 8th grade, TEEN Group 7th-12th grade, Adult Bible Study and Prayer.,


“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: 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: 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.

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59 Henry St, Hilton, Hilton Community Center,, email: info@, 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 walter., 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. Samaritan 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: 585-352-5900. Cell: 585-363-8922. E-mail: All are welcome.


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.


Welcomes all to worship with us in a warm, inclusive fellowship in the Episcopal tradition of openness and caring for all. 635 Old Wilder Road, Hilton, NY (across from Kelly’s Apple Farm), 585-392-4099. Please join us for Sunday worship at 10am September through June, 9am in July and August. Sunday School meets at 10am September through May. Follow us on facebook or look for us on the web at


1107 Lake Road West Fork, Hamlin, NY 14464, (585) 964-2550. Pastor Christian Bode. Email Sunday Services 8:30 & 11AM, 5th Sunday at 9:30AM with Fellowship Brunch.


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. 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: Soul Core - Excercise while praying the Rosary 8am; Confession 3:30pm; Rosary 4:30pm; Mass 5pm. Sunday: Mass (with Children’s Liturgy) 9:30am; LifeTeen Summer Mass time schedule for July and August will be 7pm. Rosary at Mary’s Shrine resumes Tuesdays at 7pm weather permitting, bring lawn chair. Summer Intensive Religious Program from Grades 1-5 held July 29 through August 5, 9:30am to 3:30pm. Office closes Fridays at noon for July and August. 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, Mass Times: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 8:00 AM, St. Mary’s; Thursday – 5:30 PM, St. Mary’s; Saturday Vigil – 4:00 PM, St. Mary’s; Sunday – 8:30 AM St. Mark’s, 10:30 AM St. Mary’s.

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by Kristina Gabalski Sycamore anthracnose affects trees; Daylily Garden Dedication planned by Kristina Gabalski You may have noticed how sickly looking many American sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) trees are this year. The trees do not have much leaf foliage and appear to be dying. I have seen sycamores around our area and in travels south and east of Rochester that show the same symptoms, making the trees look very bare. A recent article published by Michigan State University Extension says American sycamores in the lower part of that state are also looking sickly this 2019 growing season. The problem, according to MSU, is severe symptoms of a fungal disease called sycamore anthracnose. Our cold, wet spring is to blame for the spread of the disease which is caused by Apiognomonia veneta, a fungal pathogen which overwinters on the dead leaves, infected twigs and branch cankers of Platanus spp. MSU says the pathogen begins reproducing from dead leaves and infected twigs and then infects new leaves and shoots. Rain helps to spread the fungal spores to the new leaves and shoots which can quickly develop disease symptoms and die. The weeks of cold weather this spring also worsened the problem because tree growth was slowed while the fungal pathogen continued to kill dormant buds. If you have a sycamore which has symptoms of anthracnose, MSU says don’t panic yet. Our weather has finally begun to warm up and dry up, and as the season progresses, the anthracnose disease should abate. The affected trees should put out a second flush of leaves by the end of the season and mature leaves are naturally more resistant to the disease. In fact, MSU advises patience before utilizing fungicides. Other management options include collecting and disposing diseased leaves at the end of the season. With smaller trees, it is helpful to prune out diseased and damaged branches. Pruning also helps to increase air flow and reduce the time the leaf is wet. Always remember to sanitize pruning tools between cuts. Watering your tree during dry periods can also be of help. Finally, a soil test can help determine if there are necessary nutrients lacking which are needed for tree growth. The use of fungicides is not recommended for treating anthracnose on shade trees which are otherwise healthy. MSU says in certain cases – such as for trees which are not well established or trees which are unusually attractive and important to the aesthetics of the landscape – fungicides may be an option. Remember, however, fungicides are effective only as a preventative measure – you must apply them before signs of disease are shown.

In addition to sycamores, anthracnose can affect many deciduous trees and shrubs, and after cold wet springs like we had this year, it can be worse. You may see symptoms of the disease on woody ornamentals in your yard. Anthracnose causes irregular spots and dead areas on leaves and can lead to early leaf drop. The color of affected foliage varies from plant to plant but is often tan or brown in color. If you have plants affected by anthracnose, rake up diseased leaves and destroy them. Removal of affected plant materials will prevent the disease from overwintering next year. Plants should recover, unless they have been affected by the disease over a period of several years.


SAT., JULY 20, 2019 10:00 A.M. TOWN OF GREECE Auction to be held at 2828 English Rd., Town of Greece REAL ESTATE: Selling at 10:30 A.M. will be a 4 bedroom, 1 bath Cape Cod style house w/ attached 2 car garage. Lot is 100’ x 400’ and has additional 1 car garage at rear of property. Assessed at $90,700 and sells $50,000 or above for cash only. An $8,000 deposit required to bid. A 10% B.P. OPEN HOUSES: Sat. July 13th 10-11 A.M. and Tues. July 16th 4-5 P.M. Contact Shelly Falcone 585-683-0995. CONTENTS: Also selling 2002 Dutch Star by Newman 38 ft. Class A motor home; 2007 Montana Mountaineer 35 ft. fifth wheel trailer; Antiques and Collectibles; Household; Tool and Garage Items; See for pictures, terms and descriptions. Phone (585) 494-1880


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One of the many daylilies in bloom at the Colby-Pulver House. Photo by Karen Fien.

Daylily Garden at Colby-Pulver House to be dedicated July 26 Mark your calendars for July 26 through 28, events are planned at the Colby-Pulver House to dedicate the Daylily Garden. The Dedication Ceremony is planned for Friday, July 26 at 2 p.m.; on Saturday, July 27, enjoy the gardens with the Finger Lakes Daylily Society; and on Sunday, July 28, a Garden Walk and Talk will take place at 2 p.m. The daylily is the official flower of the Village of Spencerport and Town of Ogden and the Ogden Historical Society has worked for several years to develop the garden at the Colby-Pulver House, 568 Colby Street. Jean Colby says the daylilies planted closest to Colby Street should create a rainbow of color when in full bloom.

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS LECESSE Construction, LLC will receive proposals for the Frances Apts. Phase II project, located in Sweden, NY from all interested subcontractors including M/WBE, SDVOB, and Section 3 businesses. The project consists of the new construction of six two-story wood framed apartment buildings, totaling 48 units, adding an addition to existing community building, and associated site work. LECESSE will be hosting an informational meet and greet for interested subcontractors on Thursday, July 18th from 4:00-6:00PM at the LECESSE main office located at 15 Circle Street, Rochester, NY 14607. Bids should be submitted by 10:30 AM on 7/25/19. Bids can be sent: 1) via mail to LECESSE Construction, 15 Circle St, Rochester, NY 14607 2) via email to or 3) via fax to 888-251-8187. CONTRACT BID DOCUMENTS may be obtained electronically by contacting the Estimating Dept via email or phone at 585-334-4490.

American sycamore tree (in middle of photo) looks bare of leaves this season due to fungal disease. Photo by Kristina Gabalski.

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