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IILTON FAMILY DENTISTRY

Combining Quality and Cost is One of the Things We Do Best.

Knowing the families in our community, we understand quality service and cost are both important. We also know people are more comfortable when they have choices. Our list of services assures your family the dignity they deserve at a cost you determine. If you ever have a question or would like more information, feel free to call or stop by.

Accepting New Patients All Ages Welcome

Participating Providers: • Same Day CEREC Dentistry • Dental Implants • Sleep Apnea Devices

10 Canning St., Hilton (585) 392-6440 www.hiltonfamilydentistry.com McColley’s is an Irish Pub right off the canal in Spencerport. We offer a full line of craft beers that are continuously changing!

2018-2019 BRocKpoRT BLIzzARd soccer Tryouts TEAMS FORMING FOR BOYS & GIRLS U8-U19

MANdAToRy TRy-ouT dATes Wednesday, July 25 & Thursday, July 26 Please arrive 30 minutes early.

Tryouts are located at sweden Town park on the following dates and times: • Your favorite domestic beers • Full liquor & wine options • Outdoor seating in our back bar “Root Cellar” area during the summer months! • Live music at least twice a month • All of our food is homemade and we have traditional Irish dishes

We serve lunch and dinner from 11:30-10pm Monday- Saturday and Sundays 12-8pm.

We look forward to seeing you soon here at McColley’s!!

89 South Union St., Spencerport • 585-617-4279

Register online for tryouts www.brockportsoccer.org

Early Bird Discount ($25) ends at midnight on July 22nd.

GIRLS: JuLy 25 (5:30pm - 6:45pm) and JuLy 26 (7:00pm - 8:15pm) BOyS: JuLy 25 (7:00pm - 8:15pm) and JuLy 26 (5:30pm - 6:45pm) Tryout schedule: www.brockportsoccer.org. Players must attend all sessions scheduled for their age group. Changes are expected, check back often. If unable to attend tryouts contact Dave Rogers at teams@brockportsoccer.org prior to July 22nd.

Tryout Registration fee: 25 thru July 22 • $35 after & WALK-IN

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Sophia Camillaci of Hilton was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at SUNY Cortland. She is a communications major and Hilton High School graduate. Kara Phillips, daughter of Lisa Swiatek and Jeffrey Phillips of Hilton, was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at The College at Brockport. Phillips is a 2017 graduate of Hilton High School. Mariel Brueckman, daughter of Steve and Maura Brueckman of Rochester, was named to the president’s list for the 2018 spring semester at The College at Brockport. She is a 2015 graduate of ChurchvilleChili High School. Rochelle Strassner, of Rochester (14624) and a new master’s student in the Global Field Program (GFP) from Miami University’s Project Dragonfly, has recently traveled to Baja. Strassner studied desert and marine landscapes through ecological and social field methods. Michael Jamele of Brockport was named to the dean’s list for spring 2018 at Merrimack College, North Andover, Massachusetts.

Ashlee Hicks, of Brockport, was named to the dean’s list for the spring 2018 semester at Ithaca College. The following new students are planning to join Rochester Institute of Technology this fall: •Lauren Paige of Rochester (14624), daughter of Colleen Bush and William Paige, is in the game design and development (BS) program. Lauren is a 2018 graduate of Gates Chili High School. She received an RIT Computing Medal Scholarship. •Meredith Zachary of Hilton, daughter of Catherine Zachary and Wilson Zachary, is in the film and animation (BFA) program. Meredith is a 2018 graduate of Hilton High School. She received an RIT Founders Scholarship.

Stephanie Spring, of Hilton, is participating in the summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program in Chemistry at The University of Alabama. The program is funded by the National Science Foundation. Her research is focused on “Single Nanoelectrode Electrochemistry and Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence (ECL) or Perovskite Nanocrystals” under the direction of Professor Shanlin Pan. She attends Houghton College.

Sarah Emily Johanna Collier of Hilton, received a J.D. degree at Albany Laws School’s 167th commencement ceremony.

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Haley Lyda of Spencerport, was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at Western New England University, Springfield, Massachusetts. Lyda is working toward a degree in psychology. Allison Havens, daughter of Lori Havens and Dave Havens of Spencerport, graduated from the University of Rochester at the 168th commencement with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology cum laude and a bachelor of science degree in brain and cognitive sciences cum laude.

The following local students were named to the spring 2018 dean’s list from Ithaca College. •Joseph Gutberlet of North Chili •Emily Sabo of Rochester (14624) •Samantha Onderdonk of Hilton.

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Alyssa Smith of Hilton was among over 250 students whose exceptional academic work was showcased during Baldwin Wallace University’s Ovation Festival 2018. Smith, a graduate of Hilton Central High School, presented a poster titled “Exhibit on World War I.”

Jacob Moore of Brockport was named to the dean’s list at the University of New Hampshire for earning highest honors for the spring 2018 semester. Moore is a marine, estuarine and freshwater biology major. The following high-performing students were named to the president’s list for spring 2018 at SUNY Oswego. •Stephanie N. Ulakovic of Hamlin, a senior graphic design major •John S. Fichter of Hilton, a sophomore public relations major •Kristen Gawron of Rochester, a sophomore business administration major. The following students graduated from SUNY Canton. •Aimee A. Sangiorgi of Brockport, majored in veterinary technology •Emma Heydens of Hilton, majored in nursing •Sarah Collins of Rochester (14624), majored in health care management •Thomas Harter of Rochester (14624), majored in legal studies •Rashad A. Richardson of Rochester (14624) majored in sports management. Kyndal Hetzel of Hilton, was named to the spring 2018 dean’s list at Buffalo State College.

The following local students were named to the 2018 spring dean’s list from Rochester Insitute of Technology (RIT). •Courtney Hunt of Brockport, who is in the biomedical sciences program. •Daniela Lincoln of Brockport, who is in the chemical engineering program. •Michael Matela of Kendall, who is in the civil engineering technology program. •Jordan Comstock of Hamlin, who is in the computer engineering program. •George Glynn of Brockport, who is in the computer science program. •Randy Cole of Hamlin, who is in the computer science program. •Zachary Sutherby of Hamlin, who is in the environmental science program. •Michael Howlett of Brockport, who is in the game design and development program. •Rachel Ackles of Hamlin, who is in the industrial engineering program. •Felicia Swartzenberg of Brockport, who is in the journalism program. •Kevin Chan of Brockport, who is in the management information systems program. •Zach Cooper of Brockport, who is in the mechanical engineering program. •David Custer of Hamlin, who is in the mechanical engineering program. •Julia Visconte of Hamlin, who is in the mechanical engineering program. •Michael Myers of Hamlin, who is in the mechanical engineering program. •Karen Knoll of Brockport, who is in the museum studies program. •Andrew McCafferty of Brockport, who is in the packaging science program. •Evan Manfreda-Schulz of Brockport, who is in the physics program. •Tim Coon of Brockport, who is in the software engineering program.

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newsmakers


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in the service

Diversions Salmon Creek Country Club

Major General Anthony P. German, the Adjutant General, announced the recent reenlistment of members of the State National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard. Specialist Jacob Napier of Hilton, has reenlisted to continue service with the Troop A, 2-101st Cavalry (Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Target Acquisition). Major Stephen M. Warren, a 1997 graduate of Spencerport High School, will be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel US Army July 27 in a ceremony being held at George Washington’s Mount Vernon. Stephen joined the Army National Guard after high school and is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo. He received the rank of 2nd Lieutenant upon successfully completing Officer Candidate School while attending SUNY Geneseo. He served in Iraq in 2004 during Iraqi Freedom and as a Captain subsequently commanded The Wounded Warrior Brigade at Walter Reed. He completed his master’s degree at George Washington University and is currently stationed in Arlington, Virginia attached to The Army National Guard Headquarters. He resides in Arlington, Virginia with his wife, Jessica and two sons, Jude and Dylan.

real estate newsmakers

Janet Campbell

Janet Campbell, Associate Broker with Howard Hanna Real Estate Services of Spencerport, has been awarded Top Sales Agent for June. She represents Iuppa Homes with a subdivision in Sweden, Northview Homes, Reger Construction with a subdivision in Parma (Hilton Schools), and Country Village Estates. Janet is a resident of Ogden where she resides with her husband Dave.

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NOW YOU CAN ENTER ONLINE! To make entering our Directory Contest easier we now have the questions on our website

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Click on “Features” and select the Directory Contest from the choices. That week’s questions will be on that web page. All answers can only be found in the current edition of the

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Also we’ll draw 3 winners for additional prizes each month.

OTHER WAYS TO ENTER

1. Watch your Suburban News or Hamlin Clarkson Herald each week for your entry blank Simply answer the questions & send it in. 2. PLUS make a copy of every receipt over $25 for purchases made at any of the listed advertisers from the Hometown Community Directory and you’ll receive credit for one entry for each receipt submitted. 3. PLUS make a copy of every estimate for services made by any listed advertiser from the Hometown Community Directory and you’ll receive credit for one entry for each estimate submitted.

RULES

1. Limit one entry per week per household for answers to questions printed below. No limit on entries submitted with a receipt for purchase or estimate for services as described above. 2. All entries must be submitted in individual envelopes. All envelopes must have a return address on the front of the envelope including name of entrant. Entries submitted with a receipt must say “RECEIPT” on the envelope. Entries submitted with an estimate for service must say “ESTIMATE” on envelope. Numerous entries submitted in one envelope will count as only one entry.

AGAIN FOR THIS EDITION

Your choice of businesses to select from will be limited. Commencing with the May 2005 contest winners, we are limiting the certificate total for the next year from any particular business to the total spent on advertising by that business in the Hometown Community Directory for that year.

Find The Answers To The Questions Below Inside Your Hometown Community Directory Copies of the Hometown Community Directory may be picked up at our office at 1776 Hilton-Parma Corners Road, Spencerport. THIS WEEK’S QUESTIONS - Questions also listed on our website. 1. What local community organization can be reached at 964-7222? _________________________________________found on page___________. 2. What chamber of commerce does Cellura Dental belong to? _________________________________________found on page___________. 3. What cidery can be reached at 366-7358? _________________________________________found on page___________. 4. What paving contractor is “Your Local Asphalt Specialist”? _________________________________________found on page___________.

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