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Descendants of Nero Vond visit Hilton by David Crumb, Parma Hilton Historian On Saturday, June 30, Lonie Wilson and William Jones, descendants of Nero and Mary Vond, arrived from Houston, Texas to visit the village of Hilton and the grave site of their ancestors. It was the first time of record that members of the Vond family had been in town since 1898 when Walter Vond had passed away. Lonie is the great, great, great granddaughter of Nero Vond, a freed African American slave, who moved to Parma, New York in the late 1830s from Vermont. She is researching and writing the story of the Vond family, and was very moved to be able to find the graves of four of her ancestors in the Dunbar Road Cemetery. Not much is known about Nero Vond or his background other than that he was a freed slave who came from Vermont with his wife, Mary, and six children to Parma around 1837. They first settled around Braddock’s Bay, but soon moved to a tenant house owned by William Berridge on North Avenue just south of Curtis Road on the west side. The home was later owned by Edward Mizma and family until it burned in the 1960s. Nero Vond, who was born in 1799, died in 1840 and left his wife with six children to raise by herself. Mary Vond, affectionately called “Aunty Vond” back in the day, was
a strong woman of faith and raised her family into good solid citizens who were all well respected members of the Parma community. Sons William and John moved to Michigan in the 1850s. William served in the Civil War. Son Ansel lived in Parma until 1855 when he moved to Illinois and married the daughter of “Freed Frank,” the founder of New Philadelphia, Illinois. Ansel is Lonie Wilson’s great great grandfather. Ansel became well known as a man who had expertise in selecting land in the new territories that would be agriculturally productive. In his early twenties Ansel worked as a farm laborer for Parma’s Chauncy Curtis of Curtis Road. It was from Curtis that Ansel received his early training in farming. John Vond, known as “Jack,” was a noted wrestler and on a visit home to Parma from Michigan had a match arranged with a soldier who had just returned home to Sandy Creek from the Civil War. A platform 16 feet square was built on the Unionville village green (now Hilton and the site of the Arlington Restaurant). A purse of $40 was raised for the winner two falls out of three. Ira Cross, then a witness, saw Jack lay his opponent on his back twice in a short time. A purse of $5 was raised for the loser. Two other sons, Walter and Elijah, were both fishermen on Lake Ontario. Walter and Elijah owned the lake frontage now known as East Hilton Beach. In the 1850s that land was only a sand dune with a few willow trees and a marshy
Lonie Wilson by the graves of Walter and Mary Vond. This was the first known visit to the area by Vond family members since 1898. Provided photo.
Nero Vond’s tomb stone at the Dunbar Road Cemetery. Provided photo.
William Jones and Lonie Wilson from Houston, Texas, descendants of Nero Vond. Provided photo. area south of the dunes. Walter had a boat house on the corner of Lake Ontario and the end of North Avenue (Route 259). His boat house was a well documented stop on the Underground Railroad. Walter’s boathouse was the last stop on the Underground Railroad in Parma where he would conceal escaping slaves from the south and under moonlight row them to awaiting Canadian ships that would sail them to freedom in St. Catherines, Ontario. Both he and Elijah were fishermen who would set their nets about three miles out in the lake and catch white fish that they would take to Charlotte Harbor and sell to Rochester restaurants. Elijah, the youngest son of the Vonds, according to Ira Cross in his memoirs, was one of the best educated young men of the district schools. He studied grammar, higher arithmetic and algebra in the winters. He later married and moved to Michigan. The only daughter was Mary who stayed home in Parma to assist her mother until her death in 1879. Walter also remained in Parma his entire life and was the last surviving member of the Vond family. He died in April 1898 at the age of 72. His nephew, Orion Vond, came from Michigan to assist him through his last illness. Orion was the son of William Vond. Neighbor Ira Cross was Walter’s executor. Walter left his estate to Orion and his sister Alice Vond. Lonie is working on a history of this interesting family who had much to do with emancipation of African Americans during the turbulent times of the 1850s and 1860s. Parma is the Vond family’s first home of record, and “being able to see the graves of Nero, Mary, sister Mary and Walter along with the location of their home and Walter’s boathouse was an emotional experience,” Lonie said. Should anyone have further information on the historic Vond family please contact the Parma Hilton Historian at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sweden begins pursuit of public water funding In January, the Town of Sweden commissioned its first Comprehensive Water Study, a look at the costs of bringing public water to every property in the town. That report will be presented at a public meeting on August 7 at 7 p.m. at the Sweden Town Hall. Joining engineer Jim Oberst in the presentation will be the town’s income survey consultant, the Monroe County Water Authority and tentatively a representative of the USDA, a major funding source for water expansion projects. The town has recently cleared two funding hurdles: removing the Village of Brockport’s population count so that the Town of Sweden outside the village would qualify for rural water funding opportunities; and conducting an income survey that brought the median household income of residents in un-watered areas of the town below the threshold to qualify for aid. The next step is to engage a consultant to coordinate grant and low-interest loan funding applications. Residents interested in the water report and public water expansion are encouraged to attend the meeting. Questions may be directed to the supervisor’s office at 637-7588. Provided information
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Brockport Police report Between July 1 and July 7, the Brockport Police handled 365 calls for service (11,568 to date) to include one annoyance call, twoharassment/fight/assault reports, one family trouble report, 143 special sttentions, and conducted 88 traffic stops. Note that the above calls do not represent all of the calls received by the Brockport Police. It should be noted that not all of the calls are found to be as dispatched once on scene. Community message Bicycle Safety: This time of year is very popular for all bicycle enthusiasts and with that comes some things everyone should be aware of. When riding your bicycle on the road, it is important that you follow all bicycle laws and vehicle laws. For example, when approaching a stop sign, a bicyclist
still needs to come to a complete stop before proceeding through the intersection. For safety purposes, a helmet and lights on the front and back are required by New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law. A bicyclist can still receive a traffic ticket for not obeying all rules of the road. With the Brockport Sidewalk Sale coming up (July 12 through July 14), the Brockport Police also want to remind everyone that riding a bicycle on the sidewalk along downtown Main Street is prohibited. We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable summer. Any questions/comments can be directed to Chief Mark T. Cuzzupoli by calling 6371020 or by email ChiefCuzzupoli@brockportpolice.org. Provided information
The College at Brockport hosts active shooter exercise by Tami Raco On Wednesday, July 11, a multi-agency law enforcement exercise was conducted at The College at Brockport to help prepare first responders for nightmare scenarios. First responders from across the area participated in an active shooter exercise. The College’s University Police Department and Office of Emergency Management teamed with agencies throughout Western New York to organize the activity. The training took place inside Benedict and Dobson Halls, two residence halls located on Holley Sreet. The exercise called for law enforcement to neutralize a fictitious “active shooter” inside the halls. It also allowed other first responders to simulate real time decisions for police, medical response and transportation.
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•College Entry Help Session for anyone looking for help enrolling in college will be held on Wednesday, July 25 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Genesee Community College, Conable Technology Building, Room T122, One College Road, Batavia. The Adult Educational Opportunity Center (AEOC) outreach specialists will help potential college applicants with a variety of services, including: financial aid counseling, enrollment assistance, veterans services and career services. Both appointment and walk-in sessions will be available. To schedule any appointment, email AEOC@genesee.edu or contact Adult Education Director Kate Trombley, M.S. at (585) 343-0055 ext. 6285. Not limited to students attending or planning to attend GCC. Anyone interested in attending any college or in need of assistance in getting started can participate. Future sessions are planned for Wednesday, August 22 and Wednesday, September 26. •S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) event for ages 3 through 12 on Sunday, July 22. $8 adults, $12 children. Participation is by pre-registration only, at www. nymtmuseum.org/STEM. Provides hands-on activities that demonstrate the simple machines and technology at work in various modes of transportation. •An exhibitation of work by two Brockport Artists’ Guild members: Rosanne Mascari and Richard Della Costa will be held at Java Junction, 56 Main Street, Brockport. The exhibit will run until August 30. •Summer Serenades returns to Brockport every Thursday evening in July at 7 p.m. and August at 6:30 p.m. Bring chairs or sit on the grass. July 19 - The Brockport Big Band - classic big band crowd favorites. •Hamlin United Methodist Church, 1742 Lake Road will host GloryWay Quartet, a Southern Gospel vocal group from Mansfield, Ohio on Sunday, July 15 at 11 a.m. Enjoy some Southern Gospel. Love offering will be taken. •Loaf and Ladle will serve on Sunday, July 22 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Free soup and bread lunch with beverage and dessert to anyone in the community in need of a meal. First Presbyterian Church, 35 State Street, Brockport.
Fundraisers. •A Donation Drive for Pals4Pets Rescue inc. (non profit dog rescue) on Saturday, July 21, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. They are collecting donations of dog items; blankets, beds, crates, paper towel, bleach, dish soap, dog food, leash/collars and gift cards. Stop by Pet Friendly, 845 Manitou Road, Hilton or call 260-7665. •Purple Pony Treasures - Huge Indoor Garage Sale, Saturday, August 11 and Sunday, August 12; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 8321 Lake Street Road, LeRoy. All sale items are donated and will benefit Purple Pony Therapeutic Horsemanship, Inc., a 501c3 organization. If you have clean, gently used items you would like to donate toward this effort we will gladly accept them. Call 880-1096 for drop off details. **No donations the date of the sale please. **We are not accepting large appliances, TV or computer equipment, upholstered furniture or clothing please. Drop off dates: 8321 Lake Street Road: July 21 and July 27, August 3 evening, August 4. Visit us at www.Purplepony.org 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: www.brockportny.org. 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 Tuesday of every month at 6:30 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 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 meets 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 7 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.
•Brockport Diabetes Support Group meets every third Wednesay of the month from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Strong West, 156 West Avenue, Brockport, in the main conference room.
•Hamlin Public Library summer events: Preschool Storytime: Monday, July 16 from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. for ages 2-5 with caregiver. Themed stories, music and movement. “Our Community Rocks Series” featuring The Farmer’s Table: Monday, July 16 at 1 p.m. Chef Guy will talk about cooking with fresh, local produce and we will be making homemade salsa. Design tumbled rock jewelry: Tuesday, July 17 at 6:30 p.m. (teen & adult program). Big Machine Day: Wednesday, July 18, 1 to 2:30 p.m. Fire truck, ambulance, tractor, SWAT truck, school bus, front end loader and more. Town Hall parking lot. Tween & Teen Escape Room: Thursday, July 19 at 1, 3 and 6 p.m. The Hamlin Public Library is located at 1680 Lake Road North. For more information or to register for programs, call 964-2320. •Seymour Public Library events: Pizza and Pages: HS and MS Book Groups* HS: Tuesday July 17, 1 to 2 p.m. (Grades 9-12); MS: Thursday July 19, 1 to 2 p.m. (Grades 6-8). Meet weekly with other teens who love to read and eat pizza. Space is limited, so sign up now. *Registration required. Dance Sampler from Brockport School of Dance & Performing Arts* Tuesday, July 17, 1 to 2 p.m. or 2 to 3 p.m. Try your hand at different kinds of dance including ballet, jazz, and modern. The first session is for K-2 and the second is for grades 3-5. *Registration required. Book Adventures: Tuesdays, July 17, and 31, 12 to 12:30 p.m. We’ll dive into a story with fun book-related activities. It’s like a story time focused on one book. For ages 2-5. Music and Munchies: Wednesday, July 18, 6 to 8 p.m. Join local band, Suzanne Somers and the Thigh Masters, for some good music while you enjoy food for purchase from some food trucks. Have Guitar, Will Travel Concert*: Thursday, July 19, 6 to 7 p.m. Come hear Tony Dumas play a program of guitar music from Spain, South America, and Hawaii. Tony studied classical guitar with Doug Rubio (Crane School of Music) and flamenco guitar with Chris Burton Jacomé (AZ), Jason McGuire (CA), and Miguel Aragon (Spain). Tony performs on a Michael Collins flamenco guitar. *Registration required. Family Movie Musicals: (Friday, July 20, 1 to 3 p.m.) Travel through the history of musicals this summer. Popcorn and drinks provided. Teen Cooking Class with Liz Bauld*: Saturday, July 21, 12 to 1p.m. Calling all chefs to join us in our cooking program that celebrates our summer reading theme “Libraries Rock.” We will be creating a Edible Rock Garden and a drink using Pop Rocks. *Registration required.
•Board of Commissioners of the Brockport Fire District meet July 16 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 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 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 email@example.com.
•The Kendall School District Board of Education meets Monday, July 16 for an 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 Arc of Monroe awarded Recreation Grant The Arc of Monroe, a not-for-profit organization supporting people with disabilities in Monroe County, was awarded $15,000 in grants from the Trustee Management Board of NYSARC Trust Services. A portion of the grant goes towards recreation programs like The Arc of Monroe’s James M. Papero Enrichment Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology. For 26 years, the Arc of Monroe has provided a weeklong inclusive experience for adults with developmental
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disabilities in partnership with RIT. The five-day, overnight summer program which ran June 25 through 29 included classes taught by faculty and student volunteers from RIT, staff from The Arc of Monroe, and members of the community. The program is named in memory of its late founder James Papero, who was a professor at RIT, former Arc of Monroe board member, and life-long champion for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Thirty-five people supported by The Arc of Monroe were chosen to participate in classes taught by experienced instructors in areas such as Nutrition, Creative Problem Solving, Pet Safety, Personal Budgeting, Family Trees, Healthy Mind and Body, Personal Safety, and Canvas Art. The program provides participants with the opportunity to experience hands-on recreational and educational classes in a college setting. Scholars interact with college students and faculty members and get a taste of “college life” that includes eating in the cafeteria, staying overnight in the dorms, and attending classes. “The Enrichment program offered the scholars the opportunity to expand their knowledge and experience base beyond what many thought was possible. The excitement of attending classes, eating in the dining hall, and developing a unique camaraderie carried throughout the week, from Monday morning’s cautious anticipation right up to the completion ceremony on Friday. Every scholar was able to share what they had learned, and the impact on their lives was clearly visible as they shared stories with their families and housemates,” says Linda Riggs, Senior Director of Programs and Services. A graduation ceremony was held at RIT on Friday, June 30 in celebration of achievement. Provided information and photo
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Trolley rides resume at NY Museum of Transportation The New York Museum of Transportation is happy to announce that their popular trolley rides are resuming as of Sunday, July 22, . The scenic two-mile round-trip ride is included in the price of admission ($8 adults, $7 seniors 65+, $6 youths age 3 - 12). The museum’s vintage trolley cars provide a unique recreation of the interurban trolley era of a century ago, the only such experience in all of New York State. Museum hours are Sundays only, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the rides operate every 30 minutes throughout the day. Visitors should plan to arrive well before 3 p.m. to have time to see and do everything the museum has to offer. The museum’s huge model railroad is a thrill to see in operation, and visitors can also enjoy several trolley cars, a steam locomotive, model railroad, fire truck, horse drawn vehicles, and much more. Artwork on the walls of the gallery depicts scenes on the Rochester Subway, while a 12-minute video of that well-remembered trolley line plays on the wide screen TV. The New York Museum of Transportation is conveniently located 20 minutes south of Rochester at 6393 East River Road (Thruway Exit 46, I-390 south to exit 11, NY Rt. 21 West, then one mile north on East River Road). Call 5331113 or visit www.nymtmuseum.org for information. Provided informatio and photo
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Two scholarships were recently awarded at a Spencerport Rotary Club dinner. Katie Territo is the receipient of the Peter Scot Mueller Scholarship. She plans to attend the University of North Carolina Wilmington to major in Biology and Public Health. Carley Jordan is the recipient of the Spencerport Rotary Club Scholarship. She plans to attend Alfred State for Culinary Arts to major in Baking, Production and Management. Pictured (l-r): Katie Territo with Rotary President Dave DeMers; Carley Jordan with Peter Mueller. Provided information and photos.
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Spencerport Wesleyan Church welcomes new pastor Spencerport Wesleyan Church welcomed Pastor Jason Daniel as their lead pastor, with his wife Rachel and their four children, Sunday, July 15. Pastor Jason has spent the past four years as the assistant pastor at North Rome Wesleyan Church. While on staff he helped to develop and implement a missional vision at NRWC. During that time he also facilitated quarterly mission committee meetings. Pastor Jason served as the Chair of the Board of Christian Education where he oversaw the teaching ministries of NRWC. He also coordinated with ministry leaders in order to plan and execute discipleship goals. Pastor Jason’s experience also includes a great deal of work in Children’s Ministry. Through his work in this ministry he has created an atmosphere conducive for children to worship God, grow in the knowledge of Christ and experience His love. With the support of the children’s ministry team, Pastor Jason has also implemented a scope and sequence of various curriculums. Also during his tenure at NRWC Pastor Jason supported a volunteer culture
with an average of 50 certified adults, and coordinated outreach focused ministries/ events such as VBS, WOW! Kid’s Club, Fall Festival, Family Game Night, Family Movie Night, Easter Egg hunts as well as many others. Pastor Jason has identified his passions as: Preaching – The entire process of sermon preparation that leads to a message from God’s word is a true delight of his. Discipleship – This past year of discipleship has been one of his favorites as he has intentionally focused on being a disciple that makes disciples (who also make disciples). He loves doing life together with other believers as they collectively follow Jesus. Outreach – Whether it is a neighbor, a person on a flight across the country, or somewhere in India, he desires to make Jesus Christ known to people who are lost. Hunting - He thoroughly enjoys being in the woods. Pastor Jason is currently enrolled in ordination course work and is anticipated to complete this in 2019.
The Monroe County delegation to Boys’ State. Provided photo.
American Legion Boys’ State of New York of 2018 Recently, American Legion Posts throughout Monroe County sponsored 24 junior high school boys who participated in the American Legion Boys’ State of New York, held at SUNY Morrisville the week of June 24 to June 29. Boys’ State is a program of the American Legion, the world’s largest veteran’s organization, developed from the concept that youth should be offered a better perspective of the practical operation of government. Boys’ State is an objective citizenship training program, which inculcates individual responsibility to the community, state and nation. It is operated on a two party system on the basis of the political government organization as it exists in New York
State at all levels from local municipalities to the State. It’s a week long program that will last a life time. The 24 delegates from Monroe County were Ian Bankes, Jacob Berg, Joseph Bianchi, Anthony Calamita, Darien Conner, Timothy Dobretsov, Jack Emerson, Quinn Ewell, Aidan Hand, Jerald Hoppa, Oliver Kelley, Christopher Knight, Douglas Krenzer, Matthew Lehman, Timothy LoTemple, Jesse Louis, Robert Nolan, Benjamin Oakes, Elijah Otto, Seth Rifkin, Vladimir Rosien, Curtis Rowe, Daniel Russotti and Connor Starr. For additional information contact your local American Legion Post or visit the web site at: americanlegionboysstateny.com. Provided information
Churchville-Chili juniors honored
Pastor Jason Daniel and family. Provided photo.
“Charlotte’s Web” back on stage RAPA Family Theatre will continue the annual tradition of “Charlotte’s Web” this summer at the Kodak Center. This classic story will be performed for the third year from July 29 through August 19. “Charlotte’s Web” opens the door to a magical barn-yard world, where a young girl named Fern spends her free time with Wilbur the pig. Charlotte, the large grey spider, befriends Wilbur and helps him deal with the shocking news that his life will soon end as bacon on someone’s plate! Charlotte goes as far as coming up with an interesting plan that this spider could only carry out with the help of the other barn yard animals to help Wilbur escape death. “Charlotte’s Web” is directed by Eric Vaughn Johnson. The cast of professional adult actors, includes: Mandi Gurell of Brighton (Charlotte), Lea Mancarella of Pittsford (Wilbur), Marcella Cincotta of Pittsford (Fern), Chip Attwood of Victor (Uncle Homer), Nancy Meister of Rush (Mrs. Arable), Kevin Hayes of Macedon (Mr.
Arable), Ian Reynolds of Greece (Templeton), and Kenya Malcolm of Spencerport (Narrator). “Audiences can expect a fully revamped show,” says Johnson, “We’ve worked in new musical numbers and feature several new and returning cast members.” Performance dates are: Sunday, July 29 at 2 p.m.; Sunday, August 12 at 2 p.m.; Sunday, August 12 at 4:30 p.m. (Sensory Friendly Performance); Sunday, August 19 at 2 p.m. All performances are approximately one hour in length plus a short intermission. Children can “Meet the Cast” after each performance, with photo opportunities, autographs, and more. This summer, RAPA Family Theatre will be continuing their well respected Sensory Friendly Performance program specifically geared towards audience members with autism and special needs. “Charlotte’s Web” features a Sensory Friendly performance developed by RAPA and Monroe BOCES-2 on Sunday, August 12 at 4:30 p.m. Community organizations (including schools) can book daytime performances throughout the week. Organizations have the options to: •Take a field trip to the Kodak Center •Bring a RAPA Family Theatre show to a school •Have an educational talk-back or backstage tour after the show Packages and single tickets are available at www.RapaTheatre.org or by calling 585-254-0073. Tickets are $20 for Adults; $18 for Students and Seniors; $10 for Kids 12 & Under. Provided information and photo
Three young women from our community were selected as delegates to the Department of New York American Legion Auxiliary’s Empire Girls State (EGS). Chili Unit #1830 announced the selection of Delaney Emerson; Harvey C. Noone Unit #954 has named Vanessa Dawley; Ferris Goodridge Unit #330 is sponsoring Serafina Wezelis. These Churchville-Chili High School juniors joined 360 girls from across the state to participate in hands-on workshops on government and political process, designed to create a government from the county to the state level. This year’s program was held July 1 to 7 at SUNY Brockport. Delaney Emerson, daughter of Tim and Christine Emerson, is a member of the National Honor Society and the Foreign Language Honor Society. She has also earned High Honor Roll status. Delaney is a member of the CCHS Varsity Swim Team since eighth grade when she was named the Most Promising Saint. This year she was given the Most Valuable Player Award. She is a member of the Water Water Swim Club. For several years she also played on the JV lacrosse team. Delaney has served on student council, the ninth grade academy dance committee and the Link Crew. At Pearce Memorial Church, she has been a crew leader at Vacation Bible School and participated in Project Out in the Cold to benefit the Open Door Mission. Last summer she assisted at Rotary Sunshine Camp and has just completed counselor training for this summer. For the past year,
Delaney has worked part-time at Leaf & Bean Coffee Co. Vanessa Dawley, daughter of Caroline and Lance Dawley, is an International Baccalaureate diploma candidate. This National Honor Society member and Foreign Language Honor Society member also participates in both indoor and outdoor track and field. Vanessa participates in Masterminds Club and the Dignity for All Committee, as well as the Science Olympiad. As a member of the Leo Club, Vanessa volunteers at elementary schools within the district. In addition, she volunteers in the community at the Seneca Park Zoo. Serafina Wezelis, daughter of Kevin and Dianne Wezelis, is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Foreign Language Honor Society, even earning the Spanish Achievement Award. She participates in Math League and Masterminds, and has received the Euler Award for math and the Chemistry Department award. Serafina was selected for the MVP Award for varsity bowling and Scholar Athlete Award for varsity bowling and JV volleyball. She participates in Concert Choir and peer tutoring. She shares her musical talents as part of her church choir, and works at The Garden Factory. These young women were part of a mythical 51st state where they had the opportunity to learn about the privileges and responsibilities of individuals within a democratic society. Provided information
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Womens Rights National Historic Park announces Convention Days 2018 Women’s Rights National Historical Park (NHP) will hold Convention Days 2018 on July 20 through 22. In 2018, they are exploring the power of words to commemorate the 225th birthday of the reformer, orator, and preacher, Lucretia Mott; the bicentennial of Frederick Douglass; and the 170th anniversary of the First Women’s Rights Convention. This year’s theme, “You have pens and voices,” comes from an 1841 call to action by Lucretia Mott. Events are free and include children’s activities, art projects, live music, living history programs, speakers, and much more. Highlights include presentations with keynote speaker- Robbin Jorgensen, CEO and founder of Women Igniting Change® Friday and Saturday, children’s activities with Miss Tara and Miss Martha from the Seneca Falls Library Friday and Saturday, and take-home crafts with local artist Sandra Shutter on Friday and Sunday. Friday at 3 p.m., Women’s Rights National Historical Park will host “Honoring Our Legacy: Remembering Esther Blake and Mary Curry in Preserving the Wesleyan Chapel” with a reception following. At 7 p.m., the Seneca Falls Community Band will begin a night of music continued by Symphoria, featuring Grammy Winning artist Joanne Shenandoah in the green space by the Historic Knitting Mill, the
future home of the National Women’s Hall of Fame. Saturday, speakers include Christopher Densmore and Wendy Chmielewski from Swarthmore College, a conversation with Living Historians Lucretia Mott, Frederick Douglass, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and an exciting community art project conducted by Art Force 5 from Alfred University. At 4 p.m., come to the live taping of the Stuff you Missed in History Class podcast in the Wesleyan Chapel. At 7:30 p.m., the opera Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Matilda Joselyn Gage will be performed in the Wesleyan Chapel. Convention Days activities will occur throughout Seneca Falls. Be sure to check out the entire schedule and other community museums for special events. Events will be held rain or shine. Public parking is available throughout town, and accessible parking is available behind Women’s Rights National Historical Park Visitor Center. For more information about Convention Days or Women’s Rights National Historical Park including hours and programs, please visit the website at www.nps.gov/wori or call (315) 568-0024. To receive email announcements about other upcoming events, send an email to wori_information_desk@ nps.gov to subscribe. Provided information
Second binational poll reaffirms that Great Lakes protection is critical Lake seen as valuable for recreation, drinking water and essential to region’s economy Eighty eight percent of respondents believe protecting the Great Lakes is highly important and are willing to pay more to ensure their restoration, according to the second large survey conducted on public perception of the world’s largest freshwater system. The International Joint Commission (IJC) sponsored the survey, which was completed by its Great Lakes Water Quality Board in January 2018 and is summarized in the poll report released July 10. The first survey was completed in late 2015. The 4,250 respondents to the 2018 poll live in the eight Great Lakes states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin) and in the Canadian Province of Ontario, and also include members from the region’s First Nations, Tribes and Metís. Key survey responses include: •A whopping 88 percent feel it is essential to protect the Great Lakes from a variety of threats, including pollution and aquatic invasive species, up three percent from the 2015 poll. While 39 percent believe all sectors of society can play a role in these efforts, 23 percent and 18 percent list federal and state/provincial governments, respectively, as responsible for the lakes’ health. •An even higher 89 percent feel it is important to protect the lakes for recreational purposes, even if they personally do not use them, up three percent from the 2015 poll. Thirty five percent of those who use the lakes for recreational purposes have enjoyed swimming or beach visits, while 27 percent enjoy fishing and boating of various kinds. Lake Michigan is the most visited lake, followed by lakes Ontario, Erie, Superior and Huron. •More than half of respondents believe there are too few regulations to protect the lakes, compared with 46 percent in the 2015 poll, and 55 percent said they would be willing to have greater protection of the lakes through regulation even if it meant an increase in the cost of some consumer products. Fifty three percent feel these additional protections would have either no impact (30 percent) or a positive impact (23 percent) on jobs and the economy, while 27 percent felt there would be negative implications and 20 percent were undecided.
•A large majority of residents believe the Great Lakes should be protected for the benefit of fish and wildlife (79 percent) as well as their economic significance to the region (78 percent), and their importance to human health now and for future generations (74 and 77 percent, respectively). •The importance of individual responsibility for protecting the health of the lakes is cited by 80 percent of respondents, up two percent from the 2015 poll, including such actions as being careful of what they dispose down the drain (83 percent), conserving water (74 percent), engaging in online forums and interest groups who address Great Lakes issues (37 percent) and contacting elected and government officials to express their concerns (32 percent). While 30 percent were unsure what steps they could take in 2015, 25 percent were unsure in the 2018 poll. •A large majority, 80 percent, feel it is important that an organization like the IJC exists to facilitate cooperation in Canada and the United States on issues impacting the Great Lakes, and to ensure that the goals and programs outlined in the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement are accomplished. This majority increased from 74 percent in the 2015 poll. “It is clear that the Great Lakes community cares deeply about the resource, is prepared to accept increased costs to protect it, and recognizes personal responsibility to be part of the solution,” said Great Lakes Water Quality Board US Co-Chair David Ullrich. Rob de Loë, Canadian co-chair of the board, said, “This second poll shows that water quality is a top-of-mind issue for citizens in the basin, and serves as a reminder of the enormous shared obligation to protect and enhance the lakes.” The IJC was established by the Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 to help the Governments of Canada and the United States prevent and resolve disputes over the use of the waters they share. The Great Lakes Water Quality Board assists the IJC in monitoring progress by both countries to achieve the goals set out in the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement and provides opportunities for public consultation and participation throughout the Great Lakes region. More information can be found at IJC.org.
Rendering of GlassBarge 2018.
GlassBarge visits draw near As reported in the Westside News Summer Guide, the Corning Museum of Glass (CMoG) 2018 GlassBarge tour will make stops in Holley, Brockport and Spencerport this summer. As the 2018 signature event for the statewide celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial, GlassBarge will offer free public glassmaking demonstrations at each scheduled stop. GlassBarge is a 30’ x 80’ canal barge equipped with CMoG’s patented all-electric glassmaking equipment. In addition to sharing the story of glassmaking in Corning, the GlassBarge tour emphasizes the continued role of New York’s waterways in shaping the state’s industry, culture, and community. GlassBarge will make stops in Holley on July 24 at Holley Canal Park; Brockport on August 17, 18 and 19 at the Brockport Welcome Center; and Spencerport on August 22 at the Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum. The complete tour itinerary is available at www.cmog.org/GlassBarge. A flotilla of historic ships will accompany GlassBarge, including: the Lois McClure, a replica of an 1862 canal barge, and the C.L. Churchill, a 1964 tugboat, both part of the permanent collection of the Lake Champ-
lain Maritime Museum. The museum will share the story of 19th-century canal life and how materials were shipped on New York’s waterways. On the Erie Canal, GlassBarge will be moved by an historic tug from the fleet of the South Street Seaport Museum, connecting upstate and downstate by water. GlassBarge will provide free glassblowing demonstrations from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. All demos are approximately 45 minutes long, and seating is limited. Guests are strongly encouraged to register online at www.cmog. org/GlassBarge for specific demonstration locations and times. Registration is now available for the Holley stop, and will be available three to four weeks prior to the Brockport and Spencerport stops. Tickets have been selling out quickly in nearly every port. Demos can also be viewed from shore without a reservation, and if space becomes available people may be admitted on a first-come first-served basis. The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum will invite people aboard the Lois McClure to learn about life on board a canal barge in the 19th century. Tours are first come, first served and do not require registration.
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Dr. Milton Shulman 1920-2018
Hilton’s long time dentist, Dr. Milton Shulman died May 18, 2018. Dr. Shulman arrived in Hilton shortly after he completed his service in World War II in 1949 stepping into the position vacated by Dr. John Scofield, Hilton’s dentist the previous 20 years. Dr. Shulman retired on December 31, 2013 having been continually in business for 64 years in the same location. Tom Burger, local businessman and historian, noted with humor that he started going to Dr. Shulman when he was six, and now in his late 60s was obliged to find a new dentist. Burger was one of a number of residents in the same predicament. At his going away luncheon at the Arlington Restaurant in 2014 we asked Dr. Shulman if he was the oldest practicing dentist in the United States. He dryly replied, “Probably not.” In our subsequent research we could find no other practicing dentists over 94. Dr. Shulman belied his age, and seemed 20 years younger than his age of 94. He drove to work each day from Brighton – rain or shine, snow or ice. His hand was steady and his wit was sharp. In earlier years Shulman graduated from the University of Pittsburgh and then completed his military service in the U.S. Army where he was in the 10th Mountain Division in Colorado where he was assigned to the dental unit. This unit was where the army trained their ski patrol. After completing his service, Shulman was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain. When asked of his most memorable experience, he replied, “When I made my trip to Washington with the Honor Flight several years before I retired.” His host was Dave Nichols, son of Hilton’s Charlie Nichols, who lives in Washington, and is currently the chairman of the Honor Flight organization. On March 22, 2009, Hilton’s then mayor, Larry Gursslin, proclaimed the week “Dr. Shulman Week” in honor of his 60 years of caring for the dental needs of Hilton residents. He had also been recipient of Hilton’s Citizen of the Year Award. With Dr. Shulman’s recent passing the community must say a final goodbye to an old friend who served us faithfully. Submitted by David H. Crumb Parma Hilton Historian
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•Atkinson, Margaret V., died June 28, 2018 at age 96. Predeceased by her husband, Willard, and many family members and friends. She is survived by her children, Mary Ellen Hindson (Bradley), and Alan Atkinson (Lucille); grandchildren, Tracy Thomas (Jeffrey), Anna Claire Ferrer (Alex), William Hindson, Stacey Bonacci (Joe), Shelly Salotto (Anthony); great-grandchildren, Boone and Ruby Thomas, Marissa and Matthew Bonacci. Peg lived in Rochester for over 30 years, serving as a secretary to two Monroe County Managers, Gordon Howe and Lucien Morin. She also served in the Budget office. She was an active member of Lakeview Community Church Reformed during her Rochester years. Upon retirement she and Willard moved to Sun City West for the blue skies and golf and resided there for another 30 years. She was an enthusiastic member of the water exercise group at the Sun City West Pool. The family is grateful for the care she received at the Greece Atria and Highland Hospital Palliative Care/Hospice. A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. Contributions can be made to the Palliative Care/ Hospice Program, Highland Hospital Foundation, 1000 South Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620 or a charity of one’s choice in her memory.
•Youngs, Lois, age 85, died July 8, 2018. Born June 20, 1933, daughter of the late Harold and Sarah (Davis) Fitzgerald; beloved wife of the late John H. Youngs; loving mother of Julie (Robert P.) Schroeder of Bergen, Becky (Thomas) Dysart of Bergen, Melody (Preston) Leone of Churchville, and John (Joyce) Youngs, II of Greece; fond sister of B.J. (Bob) Sledge of Hemet, California, and the late Harold Fitzgerald, late Jerry Lane, late Mildred Erb, late Ruth Covington; cherished grandmother of eight and great-grandmother of six. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Her Memorial Service was held July 12 at the H.E. Turner & Co. Funeral Home, Bergen. Contributions can be made to the American Heart Association, 2113 Chili Avenue, Rochester 14624 or American Diabetes Association, 315 Alberta Drive, Amherst, NY 14226 in her memory.
•McTamney, Patricia A., died June 28, 2018 at age 86. Predeceased by her devoted husband James, grandson Michael and dear friend, Irene. She is survived by her children Karen (Roger) Jaczynski, Sandi (Sonni) Muchioki, Penny (James) Kretchmer, Pamela (David) Dickson, Kathleen (Nick) Miscioscia; many loved grandchildren and great grandchildren; brother Gary (Barb) Stewart; many nieces, nephews and cousins. Not to be forgotten, her dear friends Barb and Carol. Patricia retired from Brockport Central School District. Services were held July 10 at the Fowler Funeral Home Inc., Brockport. Interment at the convenience of the family in Lakeview Cemetery. Contributions can be made to the Seymour Library, 161 East Avenue, Brockport in her memory.
•Donlon, John J., “Jack,” died July 3, 2018. Predeceased by his infant daughter, Elizabeth A. Donlon. Survived by his wife Mary Ellen; son, John P. (Maryjo); daughters, Kathleen M. (David) D’Ettorre and Margaret M. Donlon; his beloved grandchildren, David J. and Emma E. D’Ettorre; sister, Nancy E. Godshall; many cousins and dear friends. John was retired from the Rochester City Police Department, Eastman Kodak Company, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and a “Friend of Bill W.” His Funeral Mass was celebrated July 7 at St. Pius X Church, Chili. Private Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions can be made to House of Mercy, 285 Ormond Street, Rochester, NY 14605 in his memory. •Gramlich, Josephine, died June 30, 2018 at age 89. Predeceased by her husband of 65 years, Leonard; sisters, Sarah Palermo, Phyllis Carapella, Lilly Parnell and brother, Carmen Libutti. Survived by her children, Thomas, Kathleen (Luke) Piccarreto, Sherry (Ron) Posato; grandchildren, Brian Rahm, Dana Terjung, Amy Fuller and Jordan Gramlich; six great-grandchildren; brotherin-law, Donald (Susan) Gramlich; sister-in-law, Frances Rydzewski and many nieces and nephews.
A Celebration of Life was held July 12 at Resurrection Chapel at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Rochester. Contributions can be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation in her memory.
•Harrington, Rose, died June 14, 2018 at age 82. She is survived by her husband of 21 years, Robert Kenneth Harrington; her daughter, Carmen (Robert) Berkley; her grandchildren, Pattie Sutton, Anita and Thomas Vitarelli; her brother, John Pecora; brother-in-law, Fred (Agnes) Harrington. She was predeceased by her parents, Felice and Anna Pecora, her brother, Sandie Pecora and her son, Patrick Vitarelli. Her Memorial Service was held June 30 at Kingdom Hall, Brockport. Interment, Mt. Hope Cemetery, Rochester. •Potter, Joan M., died July 3, 2018, age 86. Predeceased by her parents, William and Kathryne McDonald and great-grandson, Zachary Mason. Survived by her husband of 62 years, John Robert Potter; children, John William (Tina) Potter, Kathryne Potter, James (Brenda) Potter, David (Jennifer) Potter, Mary Ann (Timothy) Lana; grandchildren, Aubrey, Sean, Brandy, Emma, Matthew, Jack, Brian and Eli; great-grandchildren, Ava, Nathan, Brayden and Lincoln. Her Celebration of Life was held July 14 at the Arlington Restaurant, Hilton. Donations can be made to Fanconi Anemia Research Fund, 1801 Willamette Street, Suite 200, Eugene, OR 97401 in her memory. •Wagoner, William R., died July 9, 2018 at age 76. He is survived by Geraldine (Ferro), his wife of 55 years; his children, Eric (Kim Carlson) Wagoner and Lisa (Hans) Bors; granddaughter, Stephanie (Cory Ehrmentraut) Terpstra and his sister, Marsha (Paul) Sullivan. His service ws held July 14 at Thomas E. Burger Funeral Home, Hilton.
•Sargent, Warren C., “Sarg,” age 85, died July 11, 2018. Warren served his country in the U.S. Army in Korea and was a retired NYS Trooper with over 30 years as a Trooper. Warren was predeceased by his longtime friend Judie Behr and brother-in-law William Beach. He is survived by his sister Jane Beach of Holley and many friends. A Graveside Service was held July 13 at Hillside Cemetery. Contributions can be made to the American Legion Jewell Buckman Post 529, 5 Wright Street, Holley, NY 14470 in his memory.
•Herrick, Gordon C., Age 88, died July 4, 2018 after a brief illness. Predeceased by son, Dean Herrick; parents, Henry and Edna; siblings, Alice Herrick, Royal Herrick, Phyllis Wainwright-Groemminger and Virginia O’dell. Survived by wife of 68 years, Virginia Herrick; children, Katherine (Rick) Zingler, Steven (Judy) Herrick, Mitchell (Bobbi) Herrick, Nancie (Lee) Spencer, MaryHelen (Terry) Blowers and Christine (Joe) Mingeoa; 11 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Gordon was retired from Eastman Kodak Company and served in the US Army 11th Airborne Division. Per Gordon’s wishes, there will be no prior calling hours and interment will be private. Donations can be directed to Honor Flight Rochester Inc., PO Box 23581, Rochester, NY 14692 in his memory.
•Rypma, Richard W. “Ripper,” died July 9, 2018 at age 90. Predeceased by his parents, Walter and Madeline, sister, Virginia, great granddaughter, Madison. Survived by his wife, Jacqueline (Hawarth); children, Debra, Walter (Diane), Charles (Connie); grandchildren, Lexi, Nathan, Victoria, Madeline, Steven (Jessica), Lisa, Angela (D.J.); great grandchildren, Logan, Petyon, Kaiden, Cailin, Kinsley; sister, Dorothy and best friend, Jim Riley. Richard was a WWII veteran with the U.S. Army and a member of the Ferris-Goodridge American Legion Post 330, also a life member of the Spencerport Fire Department and a founder of Spencerport Exempts. His Service was held July 13 at Walker Brothers Funeral Home, Spencerport. Donations can be made to Spencerport Exempts, 75 South Union Street, Spencerport, NY 14559 in his memory.
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sports & recreation Rangers announce new varsity cheerleading coach Spencerport Central Schools is proud to announce that Jessica Orlando has been named as the Rangers new Varsity Cheerleading Coach. Jessica most recently served as a volunteer coach with the cheerleading program. A graduate of Spencerport High School and SUNY Brockport, she is a certified teacher and currently a substitute at Leo Bernabi Elementary School. Provided information
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Rochester Baseball League All-Star Game to be held July 24
Activities will be starting at 6:00 p.m. at Parma Town Park as we invite you to enjoy: • FIREWORKS!!! (Sun-Down - Thank you Wegmans) • Bounce Houses/Inflatables • A Live DJ • A Petting Zoo and Exotic Animals • Prizes from Hilton Parma Recreation • Food Vendors - Hots, Hamburgers, Fried Foods,
Rochester Baseball League (RBL) 18+ Division will be playing their annual All-Star Game, an exhibition to showcase Rochester’s best amateur baseball players, on Tuesday, July 24 at Frontier Field. The RBL, previously the Rochester, New York chapter of the National Adult Baseball Association (NABA), is Rochester’s premier adult amateur, wood bat, baseball organization and is currently ranked as one of the largest amateur adult baseball leagues in the entire county. The league is designed to be a fun, family-oriented baseball environment where more than 500 player-members come together weekly between May and August to participate in one of our two divisions. Proudly flourishing since their conception in the summer of 1993 the RBL currently has 15 teams participating in their 18+ Division and another 12 teams playing in their 28+ Division. The 18+ Division plays primarily Sunday doubleheaders with the occasional weeknight game while the 28+ Division splits their games between a weeknight and Sunday mornings. People are often shocked to learn that not only does Rochester have an amateur baseball league but also that there are 27-teams and over 400 members yearly. The league isn’t about signing a big-league contract or being paid to play but rather developing a community of adult baseball players who feel blessed to have the opportunity to compete, play hard, and play the game they love. The RBL 18+ Division All-Star Game will take place Tuesday, July 24 at Frontier Field, 333 Plymouth Avenue, Rochester. Gates open at 6 p.m. with the first pitch scheduled for 7 p.m. Admission is free. Provided information
Nachos, Pretzels, Snacks, Popcorn and Drinks for Sale!
• LuGia’s Ice Cream (FREE) • An outdoor big screen showing of the movie
at Sun-Down after fireworks, where we invite you to participate in Coco Mask VIP Seating Contest. Visit www.facebook.com/hprecreation for details.
• Face Painting with the NEW Friends of Hilton Parma Parks and Rec ($1) • Community groups with activities, demos and giveaways.
• Hilton-Parma Historical Museum Tours • Our GRAND OPENING of the new Tennis Courts with Pickle Ball at Parma Town Park.
• The event is free with the
exception of food, Face Painting and Glow Sticks for sale.
Fireworks sponsored by
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420 Clarkson Hamlin TL Rd. Hamlin, NY
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Until 8/18/18. Tax, delivery, and additional toppings are extra. Delivery charge is not a gratuity and will not be distributed to the employee who provided you service; it is kept by store to administer deliveries. 1 coupon per visit. Excludes mall locations. Not accepted with other specials or combos.
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Good until 8/18/18. Tax, delivery are extra. Delivery charge is not a gratuity and will not be distributed to the employee who provided you service; it is kept by store to administer deliveries. 1 coupon per visit. Excludes mall locations. Not accepted with other specials or combos.
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The Spencerport Firemen’s
Canal Days Weekend
Clarkson plans household survey On June 12 the Clarkson Town Board voted unanimously to retain Jay Grasso of G&G Municipal Consulting to complete a median household income survey. This information will be used for the purpose of bringing public water to areas of the town not currently served, excluding West Avenue and County Line Road. The targeted areas are generally sparsely populated and thus elevates the cost to provide this service. Grasso will administer the Income Survey which will be mailed to residents, to determine if the income in these areas falls below an established threshold. If it does, the Town of Clarkson could apply for state
and federal grant assistance for the cost of providing water service to these districts. Without this grant funding, the cost of this project would be prohibitive and well above the rate that the New York State Comptroller will approve. To show that the town is eligible for the state and federal grant assistance, Clarkson is required to give these agencies information regarding the household characteristics of the population that is intended to benefit from the improvements. Grasso anticipates a strong response rate and expects the survey will be completed by the end of August.
Scenes from the Kendall Fire Department Parade and Carnival - July 6, 2018 Photos by Rick Nicholson
July 28 & 29
SPENCERPORT FIREMEN’S FIELD
All proceeds go to our Scholarship Fund supporting Spencerport Students
Greater Churchville-Riga Chamber of Commerce
Golf Tournament Churchville Golf Course • 643 Kendall Rd. Monday, July 23, 2018 Registration: 10-11am Shotgun Start: 11am Scramble Format
80 per person
Fee includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, lunch, dinner and refreshments
25 per person
Social Hour 4:30 pm Dinner 5:30 pm East/West Lodge Churchville Park
Register online at: http://tinyurl.com/2018GCRCCGolfTournament or contact Joan Hawthorne - 293-3840 firstname.lastname@example.org Stacy Stanton - 293-3366 email@example.com
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GUTTERS Call Joe for seamless gutters, aluminum trim, carpentry work. Complete jobs or repairs. Fully insured. 585392-3248.[11-11-18] _________________ AJ Fritz Seamless Gutters - Seamless gutters installed and repaired. No job to small, Fascia and soffit installed and repaired, siding repairs, gutter cleaning. Call Art, 585506-5904.[7-15]
HANDY MEN/ WOMEN D&K Handyman Service - Deck, Remodeling, Painting, Flooring, Electrical, Plumbing, Power Washing & more! Fully insured. Call Dave Inclema, 585-455-2593.[8-26]
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Mike’s Yard Work now has openings for weedding and mulch and trimming jobs in Spencerport, Ogden and Chili areas. Call Mike at 585-451-4628.[TFN] __________________ S p r i n g / Fa l l C l e a n ups/landscaping/shrub/ hedge trimming. Call Chinappi Enterprises. 585-469-6334.[TFN] __________________ Lehman Landscape - We have your landscaping needs covered. Mowing, Edging, Weeding Planted Areas, Pruning, Planting, Hedge Trimming, Tree Trimming, Leaf Cleanup, Mulching, Weed Prevention, Refuse Removal, Hauling/Removal, Masonry Work, Hardscapes, Spring/Fall Clean-up, Plants and Flowers. Free quotes. Owner and Landscape Professional. Call 585732-1888 or email: DLehmanLandscaping@gmail.com.[8-14]
Reynolds Plumbing - Kitchen & Bath Remodeling, new homes, sewer & drain cleaning, gas lines, water heaters. Plumbing Repair Service. Call Joe 585-637-6879, cell 737-6016. [TFN]
PAINTING: Interior/Exterior, Powerwashing, Deck Restore, neat, dependable and highly skilled. Reasonable rates, 30 yrs. Experience. Call Phil 585-659-8366.[TFN] ___________________
Stephen C. DeVay
Stump Grinding & Bush Removal. Small and large stumps. Call Brian at 585-3926175.[TFN]
Tree and Landscape
Over 38 Years servICe & TrUsT • Complete InsuranCe Coverage • Free estImates • reasonable rates • aerIal buCket
J.M. Tree Service
The deadline for next week’s edition is Thursday at 4 p.m.
Lighthouse Wallpapering & Painting by Margie. Call 585-392-3249. Free estimates, fully insured.[7-15]EOW
“The family owned company ThaT cares abouT you!”
24 Hour EmErgEncy SErvicE
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• Tree Removal (585 ) 766-5674
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JD Cleanout & Junk Service WE CLEAN OUT
Heather the Garden Girl
J I M C E RV I N I Painting and Paperhanging, remodeling, drywall hanging, textured ceilings, gutter cleaning and replacement, and power washing. 585-2709539.[TFN]
• Maintenance • Weeding • Mulching • Trimming
DrivEWAy StonE Landscaping Color Enhanced
PAINTING & PAPERING
AUTOMOBILES/ 0 0 5 TRUCKS
2008 Ford Econoline 250 Cargo Van, power windows, power locks, air, tilt, cruise, 173,000 miles, mechanically excellent, $4,500. 585415-5141.[7-15] __________________ 2007 Toyota Sienna Van XLE, leather interior, new tires, rotors and pads, and exhaust, no issues, inspected. 138,000 miles. $7,200. 585-415-5141.[7-15]
AUTOMOBILES/ 0 0 TRUCKS
2006 Honda Civic LX, 4 door, auto, 125,000 miles, excellent condition, power windows, power locks, tilt, cruise, working air, good tires and brakes, no repairs needed, ready to drive. $4,700. 585-4155141.[7-15]
AUTOMOBILES/ 0 0 TRUCKS
2005 Lexus ES 330, 4 door sedan, power windows, power locks, tilt, cruise, leather interior, power sunroof, 80,000 original miles, $6,900. 585-415-5141.[7-15]
AUTOMOTIVE Four aluminum, 12 spoke wheels, from a 2002 Buick LeSabre. $50 each or all four for $175. Call 585-3528730.[TFN]
AUTOS WANTED Cash 4 Cars - For your cars, vans & trucks. Up to $500 & free towing. cash4carsrochester.com. 585-4822140.[TFN]
You Can Bank on the Classifieds
AUTOS WANTED Junk Cars, Trucks & Vans Wanted. Cash paid up to $800 or possibly more for newer models. Always free pick up! WE ARE NOT AFFILIATED WITH ANY OTHER COMPANY! 585-3055865.[TFN]
gENERal sERVIcE APPLIANCE REPAIR Appliance Repair: Call Lou Borrelli. Washers, dryers, refrigerators, ranges-ovens, microwaves. 585-352-3440. __________________ Top Notch Appliance Service - “A notch above the rest!” Insured. Reasonable rates. Professional Service. 585-8209964, www.topnotchappliance repair.net[TFN]
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WEDDINGS/ SPECIAL OCCASIONS Professionally trained soloist, available to add a touch of elegance to your wedding, meeting or social event. Call 585-352-8730.[TFN]
Attorney: Real Estate Closings, Divorce, Family Court, Bankruptcy and Wills. Call for consultation today. Jennie M. Cooper, 2255 Lyell Avenue, 585-325-7792. A Debt Relief Agency.
POOL WATER DELIVERY Chlorinated Water for Pools, Hot Tubs & Special Needs
We NoW offer IN Home/ offICe
Drinking Water Hot & Cold Coolers
FORD WATER HAULING 727-4065
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T & C Goose Wranglers
Nuisance goose removal. Simple, safe, humane. No geese harmed iN process • Fully Insured •
The Right Blend... News Consumer Information Community Events Coverage
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ITEMS FOR SALE/FOR RENT ART WORK Original acrylic paintings ... seasonal, landscapes, portraits, modern folk images, various sizes. Affordable & very interesting. For more information contact Nils R. Caspersson, 585924-7868.[TFN]
BOATS & ACCESSORIES 2011 Larson LX710, 135 hp. custom covers, trailer. Used 5 times, less than 15 hrs. on motor. $15,000 585-355-5873.[TFN]
★★★★★★ ATCD - We create 100% four color process tee shirts, print 1 shirt to thousands, 100% eco friendly inks. Call 585-355-8807 talk to Chris.[8-19]
★★★★★★ COMPUTER SAlES/SERVICE
ELECTRONICS RETAIL & SERVICE OUTLET
fURNACE - STOVES Fisher Wood Burning Stove used very little 32” deep, 17-1/2” wide, 32” tall - $500 or B.O. 585-469-8939.[TFN]
GARAGE/ RUMMAGE SAlES Private Moving Sale - All items 6 months old. Furniture, round glass top 45” table & 4 chairs, small curio cabinet (black) with glass doors, Southwestern artwork (Grand Canyon), area rug, many other items. Call 585880-4382; 480-4402569.[7-15] __________________ Garage Sale: July 20 & 21, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 4272 Canal Road, Adams Basin. Baby items, boys clothes to 4T, kitchen items, Bissell vacuum cleaner, ladies clothes, outdoor furniture, much more![7-15]
GIfT IDEAS GOODNIGHT SPENCERPORT - rhyming story, local history, gorgeous photographs $15. The Unique Shop, Cafe Macchiato. www. goodnightspencerport. com.[TFN]
65 80 FC ......... Local Delivery ......... 5 or More Local Delivery 75 FC
FC ......... Picked up • $
Seasoned & Unseasoned Log Loads Available
While Supplies Last • Additonal Fees for Out-of-Town Delivery
BCEXCAVATING, INC. MISCEllANEOUS fOR SAlE
★★★★★★ Huge Summer Clearance - 20% off all merchandise, now through end of July. 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. M-F; 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday. Book Centre, Village Plaza, Spencerport.[7-22]
★★★★★★ Kodak Carousel slide projector - Extra trays. $88. 366-4829.[7-29] __________________ Madame Alexander doll, original package - Juliet. #1370. $66. 366-4829.[7-29] __________________ Three seat patio swing with side trays and top. Like new. $100. 585395-0303.[TFN] __________________ Swim Raft - Shoremaster, 7-1/2 ft. x 9-1/2 ft. yellow all-poly raft with non-skid deck, ladder, anchor line. 3,000 lb. capacity. Sturdy & stable. $600. 585-3927630.[7-29]
585-370-7986 cell 585-352-0368
MISCEllANEOUS fOR SAlE Blueberries, Honey, Garlic! Enjoy nature’s bounty from our small Victorian farm.U-Pick/ We-Pick, high quality organically-sprayed blueberries. The Gardens at Colehill - An environmentally conscious family farm, growing extraordinary produce in an idyllic country setting. Follow us on Facebook for more information facebook.com/ColehillFarms. Friday through Monday, 7 AM to 7 PM 585-638-6528.[7-22] __________________ 8 ft. Pilot Dingy with oars and 2 hp. Yamaha outboard. $600 or B.O. 585-233-2501. rdpkillion@rochester. rr.com.[7-15] __________________
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NOTICE The following inserts should be found inside your edition of the Suburban News or Hamlin Clarkson Herald this week.
• HARbOR FREIgHT Inside all papers. • bROCKPORT SCHOOL - FOCUS Inside all papers in Hamlin, Brockport, Clarkson and Sweden. IF YOU FAIL TO RECEIVE A COPY OF THESE FLYERS AS YOU SHOULD, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE AT 352-3411.
Advertise in the Westside’s only publications with saturation coverage... AND a professional editorial staff. That spells readership and response. To advertise in Suburban News and The Hamlin-Clarkson Herald call 585-3523411 for details.[TFN]
Bergen Meadows Apartments
Off street parking with laundry facilities on premises, appliances, carpeting. Very reasonable rents based on income eligibility requirements. Anyone interested may call (585) 494-2168, TDD Relay 711 Pet for an Friendly application.
HAMLIN TERRACE APTS. Now accepting applications for
Two Bedroom Family Units
Reach almost 5,500,000 homes in the New York state classified Network available through this newspaper. Only $490 for 15 words. $15 each additional word. Call 585-3523411 and place your ad today![TFN]
Harper Park Hamlin: New and pre-owned manufactured homes for sale in lovely community. Yard with 2 car asphalt driveway. Short drive to Hamlin Beach State Park. Moderately priced, single floor living. Take a tour today. 4000 Brick Schoolhouse Rd., Hamlin, NY. Call 585-964-2434 or visit us at www.harperhomes.net. [TFN]
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RESORT PROPERTIES fOR RENT Three bedroom, 2 bath home in North Cape May, N.J. (10 minutes to the ocean, beaches). Call Keith at 585-352-8730. [TFN]
EvERy EMPLOyMENT AD RUNS ONLINE FOR IN-HOME CARE
Need Help to Stay in Your Home? Retired, Registered Nurse looking for part-time work. Phone 585-953-9939. [7-15]
Trailer Mechanic Needed - Full time, first shift. Pay and benefits competitive. Call 585-4942750 ext. 2.[7-15]
cnc/mold maker/tool maker needed for a shift
• Master Cam & work experience needed • Ability to read blueprints • Grinder/Mill & EdM experience preferred
Competitive pay based on experienCe • work Close to home
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Tree & Lawn Care
Hilton Village Upper - one bedroom, eat in kitchen, remodeled bathroom, no pets. $675/month plus utilities. Call 585-392-5869.
Looking for an individual to efficiently and effectively schedule and organize daily work for multiple individuals. The ideal candidate must possess strong written and verbal communication skills. Attention to detail is a critical component of this position. This is a full time seasonal position.
4343 Buffalo Rd., N. Chili, NY 14514
- ROUTE PLANNER -
Apply in person to: One
Step Tree & Lawn Care
Or send your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
1670 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rochester (minutes from College Town). One bedroom, $825 per month - utilities included, security deposit required, one year lease, full basement for storage, off street parking, laundromat across street (Mt. Hope Plaza), immediate availability, pictures available upon request, will consider pets. Contact Thomas Nanni, 585-694-4212.[TFN]
Be sure to ask your realtor to advertise your home in The HamlinClarkson Herald and Suburban News. The only two publications on the west side with saturation coverage ... and a professional editorial staff. That spells readership ... and that spells results. Have them call us at 585-3523411 for all the details. [TFN]
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[12-3] MISCEllANEOUS FREE NOTARY SERVICE - Michelle Johnson, Hamlin, NY. If you need something notarized you can contact me at email@example.com to arrange. [TFN]
Spencerport/Greece. Studio/1 BR apartments, 2 BR House and Mobile homes. Great location on W. Ridge near Manitou. Commercial Building 2,000 sq. ft. Subdividable. 585-3813672.[TFN]
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MOBIlE HOMES fOR SAlE
B ro ck p o r t - W i l l o w brooke Manor. Spacious two bedroom apts. Appliances, carpeting, 24 hr. emergency service, free cable TV, recreation and laundry facilities. 585-6373400.[TFN]
EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
Hilton: Cedar Hill Townhouses - The Space your family needs to grow ... away from the crowded city. Affordable two and three bedroom town-houses with 1.5 baths, finished basement family rooms, storage/laundry rooms wit h w/d hookups, central air, 24-hour emergency service, and playground for the kids. Cats are welco me. Rates from $825$875 + security. Call for details 585-392-6015. Professionally managed by Landsman. Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Equal Housing Opportunity. We do not participate in Section 8 or DSS programs. [TFN] __________________
One bedroom apartments for age 62 or older, or disabled regardless of age.
HOMES fOR SAlE
Bergen, New York
• TOPS Inside all papers in Bergen, Holley, Kendall, Clarendon and Murray.
Help a Veteran in need! Donate your gently used furniture and household items. Call 585-8661747 or visit our website pgrny.org.[TFN] __________________
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• gATES bIg m Inside all papers in Ogden and Spencerport.
Carpet Installer helper needed. FT/PT. Must have reliable car & cell phone. Must be on time & able to do some heavy lifting. No experience necessary. For info call 585-350-9697.[7-22] ___________________ Fence Installers/Laborers Wanted for NYS Fence. Apply at 858 Manitou Road or email to cbianchi@nysfence. com.[7-15] ___________________
House Cleaner - Days, M-F. Can earn over $500/ wk. with performance & attendance rewards. Must be at least 21 years old & have own car. 585247-4650.[TFN]
Night Cleaner Position opening at Kendall CSD. Minimum wage. 2:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Complete an Orleans County Civil Service application (on web site at www. kendallschools.org) and submit to: Julie Christensen, Kendall CSD, 1932 Kendall Road, Kendall, NY 14476. Deadline to apply: August 11, 2018.[7-15]
Spencerport Central School District seeking
school nurse (rn)
at Taylor Elementary School, full-time, 10 month school year with additional paid
days in summer. Comprehensive benefits, degree stipend, summers off, paid leave time, school recesses, eligible for NYS Retirement system.
substitute rn & lPn Substitute opportunities at elementary, middle and high school levels. For details and to apply online see
www.spencerportschools.org under Human Resources/Job Opportunities.
Residential/Commercial Electrician - Electrical contractor looking for an experienced electrician. Must have experience in residential and commercial electrical wiring. Candidate must have: Neat and professional appearance; ability to lift 50 lbs. or more; knowledge of the NEC; Ability to work independently or with others; Good communication skills; Knowledge and experience reading blue prints; Personal hand tools; Valid NYS Drivers License; Reliable transportation, Drug free. Candidates are reviewed on an individual basis with compensation commensurate to experience and production abilities. E-mail resume to Bleierelectric@yahoo.com.[8-5]
Consult The Hometown Community Directory for business and consumer information.
local resource. Prepared by Westside News Inc. 585-352-3411
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contact Tami for help with your employment needs • 352-3411 ext. 129 • or Tami.email@example.com
EMPLOYMENT JOBS/FULL TIME
Shelby Transportation, LLC, a subsidiary of Western New York Energy, LLC, located near Medina, NY is now hiring drivers for round trip, regional runs to support corn oil sales from our ethanol plant. On farm/ agricultural tractor trailer driving experience strongly preferred. Home 2 to 3 nights a week. Must have Tank endorsement. Must have a minimum of 3+ yrs. recent experience. Good MVR, No DUI/DWI. ExcEllEnt BEnEfits PackagE availaBlE
Send resume to:
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Simmering Ag Labor Situation that prioritize both treatment of workers and animals, even above low prices” is having an effect. Collectively, agriculture’s position on immigration reform is 2-pronged; legalized status for current undocumented workers and a guest worker program that includes dairy. The latter – a guest worker program, is the most likely solution given the current political climate. If undocumented workers achieve legal status, they will be more visible and engaged in rural communities. They may be able to obtain driver’s licenses and buy cars, thus increasing their mobility. Their frequency of home visits and returning to jobs, state-side, will increase. And they will have more opportunity to access jobs outside of agriculture. The implications of a guest worker program include increased on-the-farm labor costs, the disappearance of other foreignborn worker visa programs, heightened pressure from farmers to streamline the program and make it more flexible, the inclusion of dairy, and more regulatory oversight including housing inspections. Those in attendance were impressed with Maloney’s presentation, bringing clarity to the complex farm labor situation and explaining the ramifications of future, potential legislation. This program was sponsored by Compassionate Brockport, whose goal is “creating a Caring Community.” It traces its beginning to early 2017 when members of the Brockport Interfaith Ministries met with SUNY Brockport President Heidi MacPherson to address ways to create “a more welcoming environment for all in Brockport...” Compassionate Brockport
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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: www.humcny.org, E-mail: email@example.com. 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, www.lifequest.cc, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Facebook: LifeQuestCC, twitter: @lifequestcc Lead Pastor: Rob Dickerson. Worship 10am. Midweek programs: Tuesday 7pm Royal Rangers - a scouting program for boys. Saturday 7pm YouthQuest High School & Middle School student ministry. “Journeying together as we discover God’s love and purpose for our lives.” Faith, Family, Friends, Fun, Freedom.
MORTON BAPTIST CHURCH
1152 County Line Road, Hamlin, NY 14464, 585-659-8459, email@example.com. Interim Minister: Rev. Walter Steenson, email firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
OGDEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
“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. www.ogdenpresbyterian.org. Pastor Tedd Pullano.
PARMA CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
39 Hovey Street, Hilton, (585) 615-6383, www.PCFMinistries.com, Facebook: Parma Christian Fellowship Church. Rev. Dr. Myke Merrill. 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.
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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, spencerportumc.org, email@example.com. 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, www.stgeorgehilton.org. Please join us for Worship and Sunday School at 9am.
ST. JOHN LUTHERAN CHURCH
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.
ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CHURCH
55 Martha Street, Spencerport, NY 14559, Phone: 585-352-5481, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, The Rev. Peter B. Mottola. Mass Schedule: Saturday 5pm, Sun 7:45am, 9:30am, & 11:15am; Monday 8am; Tuesday 8am; Wednesday 6:30pm; Thursday 8am; Friday (Traditional Latin) 8am. Confessions: Wednesday 5:45pm, Saturday 3:45pm. Upcoming events: Vacation Bible School “SHIPWRECKED” Aug. 13-17, 2018. Check out our Website for details www.stjohnschurchspencerport.org.
ST. LEO’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
167 Lake Avenue, Hilton, (585) 392-2710, www.stleochurch.org. Father Joseph Catanise. Saturday schedule: Confessions 3:304:30pm; Rosary 4:30pm; Mass 5pm. Mass: Sunday 9:30am (includes Children’s Liturgy). LifeTeen Mass 7pm. Correction: 25th Anniversary Mass of the death of Fr. Chester Klocek, our third Pastor, will be celebrated on Thursday, July 19 at 8:30am. Handicap accessible. All are welcome.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH
ST. MARK’S CHURCH
13 South Main Street, Holley 16789 Kenmore Road, Kendall Parish Center - Holley 638-6718, www.stmarystmark.org. 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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Long-term ramp closure in place along Route 390 The New York State Department of Transportation announced that, as of July 11, one of the Route 390 ramps in the Town of Gates, Monroe County, will be closed for an extended period. For approximately seven weeks, the Route 390 southbound ramp at Lexington Avenue will be closed to accommodate construction in Phase II of the ongoing I-390/I-490 Interchange Project. The ramp is expected to re-open to the traveling public by August 31. A detour is in place advising motorists to use Ridgeway Avenue or Lee Road.
Motorists are reminded that fines are doubled for speeding in a work zone. In accordance with the Work Zone Safety Act of 2005, convictions of two or more speeding violations in a work zone could result in the suspension of an individual’s driver’s license. For real-time travel information, motorists should call 511 or visit www.511NY.org or the mobile site at m.511ny. org, New York State’s official traffic and travel information source. Provided information
Get out & grow! by Kristina Gabalski
Frogs are important garden helpers by Kristina Gabalski A recent letter from a reader prompted research into frog populations. The reader wrote that she is concerned because she has not seen or heard as many frogs this year, describing what could be called a “silent summer.” It was difficult to find any statistics regarding this summer season, but declining populations of amphibians worldwide over the past 50 years is well documented; some sources even stating frogs and other amphibians are on the verge of mass extinction. According to a 2013 study done by the U.S. Geological Survey, threats to amphibian populations vary by region, but include human influence (development, pesticide use, etc.), and disease, particularly the chytrid fungus which has spread around the world due to factors such as global trade. The USGS notes that amphibians are good indicators of significant environmental change because they breathe through their skin, meaning their bodies are more sensitive to disease, pollution, etc. Closer to home, a study on amphibian decline done by St. Lawrence University found that habitat loss fragmentation and pollution from pesticides and pharmaceuticals have led to population declines of amphibians in New York State. The status of the disease chytrid fungus, is largely unknown in New York State, the study found. St. Lawrence University cites additional factors for the declining frog population including over exploitation (the use of frogs for food and as pets), climate change, development and invasive species. The study noted that late springs like the one we had this year, mean there is less time for frogs and other amphibians to reach vernal breeding pools and may affect populations on a given year. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation cites similar reasons for declining frog populations in our state. It is interesting to note that the NYSDEC, along with the help of volunteers, annually assist amphibians with road crossings during annual breeding migrations in March and April. The amphibians typically make their breeding trek on rainy nights in early spring, and crossing roads to get to breeding grounds can be perilous. Volunteers, most notably in the Hudson Valley region, assist the amphibians to safely get across roads. Frogs are important. They are garden helpers, like toads, because they eat harmful insects. You can help sustain frog populations by making your garden and yard a welcoming spot for amphibians. Not surprisingly, ponds attract frogs. If you have a pond, Cornell Cooperative Extension advises to refrain from mowing around the edge. Ponds with mown and trimmed edges are only attractive to Canada geese, while other wildlife will be drawn to plants such as cattails, sedge grasses, and other native plants such as Joe-pye weed. Create microhabitats by digging coves and holes along the pond edge. Rocks and logs half submerged in the pond are effective ways to attract wildlife including frogs. Avoid using pesticides and herbicides in your garden - remember that even organic options are still meant to kill disease and insects.
If you do not have a pond, you can create a welcoming frog “pool” by sinking a small child’s pool, half barrel or shallow pan into the ground in a shady part of the garden. Fill the bottom with rocks and soil, add water, and a selection of floating and potted aquatic plants. You can also partially bury terra cotta pots in the soil and keep the area moist to encourage both toads and frogs, especially during dry times in summer. If you have frogs in your yard and garden, congratulations! It means your yard is a healthy place for them to live.
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