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July 15, 2018

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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

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Churchville-Chili juniors honored 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,

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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 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. Provides hands-on activities that demonstrate the simple machines and technology at work in various modes of transportation. •Spencerport “Music on the Canal” Concert Series will present David Haines - Brockport Big Band on Sunday, July 22 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Free admission. Bring a lawn chair and the whole family. Concerts are held rain or shine. •Hilton-Parma Gazebo Band continues its 35th Concert Season on Wednesday, July 18 at 7 p.m. at the Hilton Village Community Center, adjacent to Centennial Park. Free and open to the public. •“Meet Your Neighbors” Riga/Churchville Community Event Thursday July 19, 4 to 7 p.m. at Riga Church (Sponsor site), 7057 Chili-Riga Center Road. (Junction Route 33A and Route 36). Varied community organizations all gathered to share info and connections to all our neighbors. Guided tour of our host church by our Riga historian and light refreshments. •Pet Blessing - Bring your pet to Union Congregational Church (14 North Main Street - Village of Churchville) on Sunday, July 22 and he/she will receive a special blessing. The 10 a.m. service will be held outdoors (in rear of church) if weather permits. Otherwise, it will be held in the Lower Hall. Treats will be provided. 293-1665.


•Greater Churchville-Riga Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament on Monday, July 23 at Churchville Golf Course, 643 Kendall Road. Register online at: 2018GCRCCGolfTournament. •Parma Greece United Church of Christ, 1211 Manitou Road will hold a Chicken BBQ on Saturday, July 21 from noon until gone. $10 adults (includes seniors), $6 children (1/2 portion). 392-6120. Help support the Hilton Food Shelf by bringing a non-perishable food item. •Annual Union Church Garage Sale on Saturday, July 21 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Half price after Noon. 14 North Main Street, Churchville. 293-1665. •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 and Sunday, August 11 and 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

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•Chili: Parks & Recreation Committee meets Tuesday, July 17 at 6 p.m. at the Senior Center. •Hilton: Village Board meets the first Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. Zoning Board meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. All meetings held at the Hilton Community Center, 59 Henry Street, Hilton. •Ogden: Town Board meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 7 p.m.; Work Sessions will be held on alternate Wednesdays at 5 p.m. as needed; Ogden Conservation Board meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.; Ogden Planning Board meets the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.; Ogden Zoning Board of Appeals meets the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. All meetings will be held at the Ogden Community Center, 269 Ogden Center Road, Spencerport, and are open to the public. •Parma: Town Board meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Planning Board meets the first Thursday and third Monday of each month at 7 p.m.; Zoning Board of Appeals meets the third Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. All meetings held at the Parma Town Hall, 1300 Hilton-Parma Corners Road, and are open to the public. •Riga: Town Board meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m.; Planning Board meets the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m.; Zoning Board of Appeals meets the first Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. Conservation Board meets fourth Monday of every month at 7 p.m. All meetings are held at the Riga Town Hall, 6460 East Buffalo Road, Churchville. Open to the public. •Spencerport: Village Board of Trustees meets the first Wednesday of the month; Planning Board meets the first Tuesday of every month; Architectural Review Board meets the first Tuesday of every month and Zoning Board meets the third Thursday of every month (July 19). All meetings start at 7 p.m. at the Village Office, 27 West Avenue. The board also meets the second, third, fourth and fifth Wednesday of each month at 4:30 p.m. at the Village Office.


•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. •New Fibromyalgia Support Group meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. at the Westside YMCA, 920 Elmgrove Road, Rochester across from Kodak, near the expressway. Program focuses on ways to boost the Immune System. Classes are small. RSVP is needed four days ahead. Leave a voice mail at 752-1562. Speak slow and clear.


•Chili Public Library events: Registration only where indicated. Registration is open for Life-Size Monopoly to be held on Friday, July 27 for all ages and families. Play is limited to six players per hour on our giant room-sized board. Sign up for the hour block (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) that you would like to play. All players must register, but spectators do not need to register. Registration begins July 17 for Teen Taco Tuesday, to be held Tuesday, July 31 at 6 p.m., for ages 12-18. Join us for tacos, games, a piñata, and a ton of other Tuesday fun. Registration opens July 18 for Hula Hoops for Kids to be held Wednesday, August 1 at 2 p.m., for ages 6-11. Come out for a fun and active class about Hula Hoops and fitness. Monday, July 16 - Musikgarten, 10 a.m. Ages 3-5. Musikgarten, 10:30 a.m. Ages 0-2. Join us for a fun time of music and play. Registration required. Chess Club, 6 p.m. Ages 18 and under. Tuesday, July 17 - Babies and Books, 10:30 a.m. Ages up to 24 months with adult. Wednesday, July 18 - The Checkers Show, 11 a.m. All ages and families. Music, magic, and more. No registration is required, but this is a (free) ticketed event. Tickets will be available at the door 15 minutes before the start time of the program and you must have a ticket to enter.Thursday, July 19 - Simply Stories, 10 a.m. All ages. Explore Art with the Whole Family, 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Friday, July 20 - Family Movie Morning, 11 a.m. All ages and families. Join us for a movie and popcorn. Contact the library for the movie title. Teen Life-Size Candyland, 3 p.m. Ages 12-18. Play on the giant Candyland board. We will have prizes for the winners and lots of candy to munch on. Monday, July 23 - Punk Rock Party, 10 a.m. Ages 3 to 6. Music-filled storytime. Monday Minecraft Madness, 6 p.m. All ages. Bring in tablet and Minecraft knowledge. Some computers available. For more information or to register for programs stop at the library, 3333 Chili Avenue, call 889-2200 or visit •The Newman Riga Library presents Hello Cello on Tuesday, July 17 at 3 p.m. Adele Mockevicius returns with her collection of cellos of all sizes. She will serenade us with music and then let children try out her instruments. This program is suitable for children ages five and up, although younger children will enjoy the music. For more information, call the library at 293-2009. •Ogden Farmers’ Library events: Registration only where indicated. Family Storytime in the Reading Garden - Tuesdays at 10:15 a.m. Join Miss Anne for family story time in the library’s story garden area. Weather permitting. In case of rain, we will meet in the Meeting Room. June 26 through August 14. African Drums - Monday, July 16 from 3 to 3:45 p.m. Learn about African Drums with storytelling, dance, & singing for all ages. Registration required. Genealogy Group: Musical Dossenbachs – Tuesday, July 17 at 7 to 8:30 p.m. Join us for a family history talk about Rochester’s Dossenbach brothers. All are welcome. Presented by Lisa Kleman. Registration is appreciated but not required. Gemstone Jewelry – Thursday, July 19 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Make your own jewelry with the tools and materials provided. Presented by Deb Coller. Grades 6 through 12. Registration required. Fridays Four Ways: Fandom Food – Friday, July 20 at 2 p.m. Assemble and enjoy snacks from your favorite fictional world. Grades 6-12. Registration required. •Parma Public Library events: No registration for programs unless otherwise noted. Monday, July 16 - Kids through 6th grade – Stained Glass Picture Frame: at 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. – Pick your time, then call or stop in to register. Drop-in Tech Help: from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. - Email, Internet, word processing, databases, eBooks etc. Bring your device, charger and passwords. Tuesday, July 17 at 10:30 a.m. Baby Story Time – Songs, rhymes, stories and play. Teen Tech Tuesday: (Grades 7 – 12) from 1 to 2 p.m. Come explore our Squishy Circuits, Dot & Dash robots, Cubelets and Ozobots. Adult Nonfiction Book Discussion: 7 p. m. Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates by Brian Kilmeade. Wednesday, July 18 at 10:30 a.m. - Story Time for all ages. Join Ms Amy for stories, songs and lots of puppets! African Drumming: for the entire family at 1 p.m. Thursday, July 19 at 10:30 a.m. - Story Time for all ages. Join Ms Amy for more stories, songs and lots of fun! Adult Movie Madness at 1 p. m. Black Panther. An action packed adventure. Friday, July 20 - A Passion For Paint adult painting program – Two sessions one from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. No experience needed. Materials are provided. Pick your time and call or stop in to sign up for either session. Parma Public Library is located at 7 West Avenue, Hilton. For more information or to register for programs call 392-8350.

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•“Camp Moose on the Loose” Vacation Bible School at Faith Baptist Church of North Chili, 2954 South Union Street, Monday through Friday, July 16 through 20, from 6 to 8 p.m. Bible lessons, games, crafts, and refreshments. Special bounce house and ice cream social on Friday evening. Ages four through completed sixth grade welcome. Free. Further information available by calling 594-2244.


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YouTH HALL of fAME Alexis Dzus

Alexis Dzus exemplifies what it means to be kind, hardworking, and strong in the face of adversity. The Spencerport High School senior has demonstrated these qualities throughout her life, and most especially following the sudden passing of her father just days before her 10th birthday. “Alexis’ world was turned upside down with the death of her father,” her stepfather and nominator, John Newton, said. “As the days, weeks and months passed, it brought much sorrow and heartache. It also brought so much love and support from a great network of family and friends and slowly the healing began.” Prior to her father’s passing when she attended Munn Elementary School, Alexis often made cookies with her Dad, and brought them in to school counselor Jeanne Pacitto and teacher Scott Schwind – a tradition she continues today. Alexis has also achieved high honor roll every year and Spencerport has recognized her with several academic awards throughout her educational career. She has been a member of the National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society, and is currently enrolled in the New Visions medical program through BOCES. She also competes on the varsity girl’s volleyball team and was recently awarded the Coach Bourne Volleyball Appreciation Scholarship Award. “Alexis has chosen to honor her father by working hard to achieve her full potential,” Newton said. “Her career goal is to become an emergency room doctor.” Alexis is the daughter of Judy Dzus and stepdaughter of John Newton.

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Madison Hoadley embraces life every day with kindness, maturity, and a positive attitude that sets her apart in so many ways. A Spencerport High School senior, Madison has had a history of medical difficulties related to her heart, in which she has endured several surgeries and medical procedures. Despite the physical and emotional toll with such serious medical demands, Madison has been able to maintain her academic goals, participate in many school activities, and become an advocate for individuals with other serious health issues. Specifically, she has served as a spokesperson for the American Heart Association; volunteered through her church youth group; provided sunshine gifts to families in a medical crisis; and built awareness around Healthy Hearts by sharing her experience as part of her Senior Project. School Psychologist and School Social Worker, Kimberly Patton and Jennifer Davin, co-nominated Madison, and said, “Madison has a friendly, warm and outgoing personality. She demonstrates the highest level of respect when interacting with teachers and peers. Despite many personal struggles, Madison always tries her best, is fully invested in her learning, and is a role model to other students.” Madison is the daughter of David and Dawn Hoadley.

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A talented, ambitious, and humble student, Andrew Huffer has never let life’s challenges slow him down. A Churchville-Chili High School senior, Andrew underwent a kidney transplant almost three years ago as a freshman yet he continued to pursue a rigorous academic schedule, including five years of accelerated math, six courses in accelerated science, 9 AP courses, and three years of foreign language. He is ranked sixth in his class of 336 students and will graduate with an Advanced Regents diploma with Honor. All this without one study hall! Andrew’s extracurricular activities include band, wind ensemble, chorus, all county music festivals, Hochstein Youth Orchestra, ski club, math league, and working toward his Eagle Award in Boy Scouts. Janice Spiotta nominated Andrew as his school counselor and wrote, “Andrew’s demeanor is quiet and reserved. He is inquisitive and creative and enjoys problem solving. Due to the combination of his very strong abilities and good work ethic, I feel certain he will be successful in college and his chosen career.” Andrew is the son of Rita and Todd Huffer.

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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 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

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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.

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•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.

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•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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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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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 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-

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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 week-long inclusive experience for adults with developmental disabilities in partnership with RIT. The five-day, overnight

The Enrichment Program allows participants to experience a bit of “college life” at RIT.

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

48th Annual Genesee County 4-H Market Animal Auction The 48th Annual Genesee County 4-H Market Animal Auction will be held Thursday, July 19 at the Genesee County Fair. The auction begins at 7 p.m. in the main show ring. New this year, 4-H members will be selling market chickens and dairy steers. The auction will feature approximately 28 lots of market chickens, 10 goats, 19 lambs, 29 beef steers, two dairy steers and 44 hogs. There will be a complementary buyer’s dinner beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the

fairgrounds. Auction supporters will receive buyer’s dinner meal tickets after registering for a buyer’s number. Special thanks to William Kent and Family for providing 48 years of support of the 4-H Market Animal Auction Program. For more information, contact the Genesee County 4-H Office at 343-3040 ext. 101. Provided information

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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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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] ___________________

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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. and submit to: Julie Christensen, Kendall CSD, 1932 Kendall Road, Kendall, NY 14476. Deadline to apply: August 11, 2018.[7-15]




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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[8-5]

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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.

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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 or call (315) 568-0024. To receive email announcements about other upcoming events, send an email to wori_information_desk@ to subscribe. Provided information

Opinion/Comments Thank you for community support The President and the Trustees of the Western Monroe Historical Society would sincerely like to thank the community for supporting our annual Fourth of July celebration. The crowd was estimated to be at least 750 people. Well over 135 children and adults marched in the Kiddie Parade. The smiles on everyone’s faces testified to the fact that it was a very happy and entertaining event. I talked to people from the east side of the county and they all said an event such as this is not seen in their towns. Also our thanks go out to the numerous volunteers from the Society who spent the very warm day selling and

cooking food, giving tours, working with children, setting up the grounds, and the other things we needed help doing. The music was phenomenal. Each and every performer should be congratulated. This is not a money raising event. It has always been a gift to the community but due to the generosity of the participants we made a little money to help run the Morgan-Manning House. Next year we will try to make it bigger and better. Gordon Fox President of the Western Monroe Historical Society

Simmering Ag Labor Situation “U.S. agriculture remains united on the need for immigration reform,” according to Tom Maloney, Sr., Extension Associate at Cornell University’s Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. He addressed Brockport and Clarkson residents in late June, describing the complex labor situation within local and national ag sectors. Despite their disparate, independent point-of-views as individuals, farmers speak with one voice in farm commodity and advocacy groups, trade associations, and cooperatives, working together for immigration reform. In the U.S., low unemployment, a recovering economy, and growing competition among all types of employers increases the difficulties farmers experience in locating farm labor. At the same time, fewer Mexicans are coming to the U.S. because of the increasing influence of drug cartels in border crossings and enhanced U.S. law enforcement at borders. Also, the Mexican economy improves while their nation’s birth rate declines. Consequently, more U.S. fruit and vegetable growers are using the H-2A visa program, administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service, to ensure a legal workforce on their farms. On the other hand, dairy producers cannot use the H-2A visa program since their labor needs span the entire year; an H-2A visa is seasonal. Alternative sources of foreign born farm workers include refugees, J-1 Visa workers, and TN Visa holders, the last two visa types pertain to either students, trainees, or teachers or trained professionals e.g. scientists, CPAs, veterinarians, etc., respectively. In addition, the growing influence of consumers “...who want to support companies

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

My take on Donald Trump When it comes to Donald Trump, let me add my perspective and “take” to the debate: Trump is merely a skillful manipulative “Gaslighter” and con-artist who intentionally appeals to our worst inner qualities because he believes that this is who and what 51 percent of us are - angry, lonely, fearful, bitter, resentful, and spiteful coldhearted haters, some of whom fear projections that indicate that one day over 50 percent of the USA population will be non-

white. He plays all of us for fools and suckers because he probably doesn’t believe most of the stupid things that he cleverly spoons out to us. Get it? It’s all an act. We have all fallen for his act. He must laugh at all of us every day, both his supporters as well as his critics. Stewart B. Epstein Rochester

18 Suburban News - South Edition - July 15, 2018

Legal NoticeS Legal Notice Town of Ogden

Legal Notice Village of Spencerport

WHEREAS, the Town Board has determined that the below vehicle is no longer needed for public purpose, and can therefore be sold at public or private sale. THEREFORE, the Town of Ogden is accepting sealed bids for the below vehicle. All bids must be in a sealed envelope marked “Caprice Bid”. Bids may be mailed or hand delivered to the Town Clerk’s Office at the address above. The Town of Ogden is not responsible for bids lost in the mail. All items are to be sold “AS IS” and “WHERE IS” with no warranty expressed or implied. All prospective bidders are encouraged to inspect items prior to bidding. Bids will be opened on Tuesday, August 7th, 2018 at 10:00 am in the Town Clerk’s Office. A bid guarantee in the amount of $50 of your bid is required as a deposit and will be returned if you are not awarded the bid. The successful bidder will have 3 days to pay for and pick up the vehicle; Cash or Cashier’s Checks only. The minimum bid for this vehicle is set at $3500. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The results of the bid opening will be presented to the Board for consideration at its next scheduled meeting on Wednesday, August 8th, 2018. ITEM: 2013 Chevrolet Caprice PPV 4-DOOR SEDAN VIN #6G1MK5U24DL827150 NOTES: Odometer reads 72198 miles as of 7/10/18. Vehicle is in good condition; white exterior with black interior; rear-wheel drive with 6.0L V-8 engine. Car is equipped with automatic transmission, power driver’s seat, power steering and air conditioning, 2 working key fob remotes, heated exterior mirrors, full size spare, AM/FM/CD player. Car does have some rust. Inspection Location: 269 Ogden Center Road, Spencerport NY; Shown by appointment by calling 617-6131 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am-4:00pm. The Town of Ogden has listed the above vehicle to the best of its knowledge at the time of printing. The Town of Ogden is not liable for typographical or descriptive errors in this list. ALL PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO INSPECT ITEMS PRIOR TO BIDDING. ALL VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT SOLD “AS IS” AND “WHERE IS”. DATED: July 12, 2018 Noelle M. Burley, Town Clerk Town of Ogden

Legal Notice Village of Spencerport

Resolution 7/2018

Resolution 7/2018

Introduced by: Mayor Penders Seconded by: Trustee Kuntz

Introduced by: Mayor Penders Seconded by: Trustee Hopson

Whereas, the Village of Spencerport previously established a capital reserve fund known as “General Fund Reserve Fund” pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-c of the General Municipal Law for the purpose of financing the cost of reconstruction or betterment of any Village owned assets and also to finance the cost of construction or acquisition of any buildings, equipment or other items deemed necessary by the Village Board and

Whereas, the Village of Spencerport previously established a capital reserve fund known as “Sewer Fund Reserve Fund” pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-c of the General Municipal Law for the purpose of financing the cost of reconstruction or betterment of any Village owned assets and also to finance the cost of construction or acquisition of any buildings, equipment or other items deemed necessary by the Village Board and

Whereas, the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport deems it necessary to expend an amount not to exceed $55,100.00 for the purpose of installing a natural gas generator at the Department of Public Works Facility.


NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Village Treasurer be and is hereby directed to remove from the General Fund Reserve Fund an amount not to exceed $55,100.00 the purpose of installing a natural gas generator at the Department of Public Works. This resolution is adopted subject to permissive referendum. Vote of the Board: Carol J. Nellis-Ewell, Deputy Mayor Charles R. Hopson, Trustee Ray Kuntz, Trustee David Wohlers, Trustee Gary Penders, Mayor

Whereas, the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Spencerport deems it necessary to expend an amount not to exceed $25,190.00 for the purpose of installing a natural gas generator at the Department of Public Works Facility.

Aye Aye Aye Aye Aye

Respectfully submitted by, Jacqueline Sullivan Village Clerk

That the Village Treasurer be and is hereby directed to remove from the Sewer Fund Reserve Fund an amount not to exceed $25,190.00 the purpose of installing a natural gas generator at the Department of Public Works. This resolution is adopted subject to permissive referendum. Vote of the Board: Carol J. Nellis-Ewell, Deputy Mayor Charles R. Hopson, Trustee Ray Kuntz, Trustee David Wohlers, Trustee Gary Penders, Mayor

Aye Aye Aye Aye Aye

Respectfully submitted by, Jacqueline Sullivan Village Clerk

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Serve. Pray. Worship. A Welcoming and Affirming American Baptist Congregation. 124 Main Street, (585) 637-9770. Sunday: 9:45am - Praise Music; 10:00am - Worship; 10:30am - Children’s Study; 11:15am - Adult Study. Free Community Meal 3rd Sunday.


35 State Street, Brockport, NY 14420, (585) 637-3780. “We are a congregation that loves God, loves others and serves the world.” Join us for worship Sundays at 10am with Rev. Nicholas Dorland. We have a family friendly service where all children are welcome to attend service. Nursery and child care is available. Coffee/fellowship following worship. Sunday School and adult education 11:15am each Sunday. Teen Bible and Bagels the first Sunday of each month at 9:15am. Book study Thursday evenings 7 to 8:30pm. Loaf and Ladle serving a free hot meal the fourth Sunday of each month 1 to 2:30pm. Free Community Garden summer and fall. Many fellowship and outreach programs for youth and adults. Website: www. Email:


65 Church Street, Spencerport, NY 14559, (585) 352-3448. Sunday worship 10:00 am, family-friendly, children attend church until dismissal to their Sunday School classes - nursery through high school ages. Coffee hour after worship at 11:00 and special events throughout the year.


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


Grace & Peace meets Sunday mornings in the Ogden Senior Center, located at 200 South Union Street in the Village of Spencerport. Bible study: 9:30 to 10:15am. Coffee and snacks: 10:15 to 10:30am. Church service: 10:30am to noon during which time children’s church is available. Pastor: Eric Longnecker. An independent, Bible based, Christ centered church. Please join us.


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


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


59 Henry St, Hilton, Hilton Community Center,, email:, Facebook: LifeQuestCC, twitter: @lifequestcc Lead Pastor: Rob Dickerson. Worship 10am. Midweek programs: Tuesday 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.


“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. Worship Services: Saturday 5:00PM, Sunday 10AM. Family Midweek: Wednesday 6:30PM - Kids Club, TurningPoint Teens, Adult Bible Discussion Group. Easter Sunday Service 10AM. Nursery School: Parma Kids Preschool and Child Care Center, 39 Hovey Street, Hilton. School Phone: (585) 392-5792.


4322 Buffalo Road, North Chili, NY 14514. (585) 594-9488. Join us this weekend! Saturday: 5pm Contemplative Service. Sunday: 9am Traditional Service; 11am Contemporary Service. Pearce 4 Kids Child Care Center,, 585594-1833. Handicapped Accessible.


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.


“Sharing the love of Christ.” 2653 Nichols St. (Rte. 31), Spencerport, (585) 352-3398, Sunday Schedule: 9:00am Sunday School (for all ages); 10:15am Worship. Mid-Week: 7:00pm Inductive Bible Study. Pastor Jason Daniel, Senior Pastor. Pastor Phalkun Nov, Cambodian & Nepali Ministries.


635 Old Wilder Road, Hilton, NY 14468 (across from Kelly’s Apple Farm), 585-392-4099, Please join us for Worship and Sunday School at 9am.


55 Martha Street, Spencerport, NY 14559, Phone: 585-352-5481, E-mail:, 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


167 Lake Avenue, Hilton, (585) 392-2710, 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.



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


191 Nichols Street (Route 31), Spencerport, NY 14559. Phone: 3523143. Rev. Matthew W. Canaday, Pastor. Trinity’s Summer Worship Schedule – Sundays at 9:30AM – May 27th thru September 2nd. Visit our Website at E-mail: “The Mission of Trinity is to joyfully share the Gospel through Christ-centered worship, teaching and reaching out to the community by acts of caring.”


14 North Main Street, Churchvillle. No matter who you are or where you are on your journey, we welcome you to our Open and Affirming United Church of Christ (UCC) Church where we believe God is still speaking. Join us Sunday mornings at 10:00 for our worship service and Sunday School. Our church values asking questions and exploring how our faith can be lived in this troubled world. Enjoy a pancake breakfast at the church from 8 to 9:30 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month, September through June. Stop by, call, email us or visit our website. We would love to hear from you! Website: Phone: 293-1665 and email: Like us on Facebook -

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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 per-

“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 or by calling 585254-0073. Tickets are $20 for Adults; $18 for Students and Seniors; $10 for Kids 12 & Under.

cent), 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

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: Provided information

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Remembering Jim Infantino Jim passed away on April 30th but his presence will be felt forever. • Member of the Spencerport Rotary Club since 1999 • Club President 3 times • Attained perfect attendance for 15 years • Chairman of the Spencerport Rotary Golf Tournament for 16 years • Received the coveted Paul Harris Fellow award from the Rotary Club in 2002 and received recognition two additional times • Chairperson of the MDA Roadblock in Spencerport for over 15 years • Organized and ran a fundraising event – A Night at The Races for over 10 years • A coordinator and an active participant in awarding trophies to the wrestlers at the Teike-Bernabi Wrestling Tournament for over 12 years

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