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Table of Contents
Our Office Hours Monday-Thursday;
8:30am-5:00pm Friday; 8:30am-3:00pm
Auctions And Antiques.............................Page 11
Auto Section...............................Page 4
Classifieds For Sale...............................Page 9
Dining and Entertainment.............................Page 14
Employment Opportunities.............................Page 30
Garage Sales.............................Page 15
Give and Take.............................Page 24
Health & Clinical Trials.............................Page 16
Home Services.............................Page 26
Just for Kids.............................Page 28
Pet Place.............................Page 10
Puzzle Answers.............................Page 14
Real Estate.............................Page 19
Senior Center.............................Page 23
FEBRUARY 14, 2016
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It wasnt until 1537 that St. Valentines Day was
declared an official holiday. Englands King
Henry VIII declared February 14th a holiday
in 1537 for the first time.
The average U.S.
spend $116.21 on
gifts, meals, and
VALENTINES DAY 2016sunday, february 14
Geoffry E. Hallstead, D.M.D. Dentistry for all Ages - Canandaiguadentistry.com
3240 Middle Cheshire Road, Canandaigua, NY 14424 585-394-5230
A White Smile for Valentines Day
MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On Feb. 16, 1997, Jeff Gordon claims his first Daytona 500
victory, becoming at age 25 the youngest winner in the history
of the 500-mile NASCAR race, dubbed the Super Bowl of
stock car racing.
Find us on FB for schedules.
Emphasis is on creating art in an open studio setting.
Create - $5 per hour Call to reserve your spot!
Dianne (585) 737-0174
Downtown Canandaigua 85 S. Main St. (585) 396-3350
Forget the ChocolateForget the Flowers Give her what she really wants BLING!
Earrings Pendants Rings Gold Silver Colored Stones
Engraving Jewelry Repairs
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PSYCHIC ADVISOR BY GINA:
Indian Spiritualist, I provideChakra Balancing, love readings,candle burning, palm, tarot & cry-stal. Walk-ins Welcome. $1 Spe-cial. Call 585-261-7821 for moreinformation. Relocated.
Finger Lakes Shipping Outlet
Bring in coupon for 20% discount thru 3/31/16
Mailbox rentals, moving/shipping boxes, supplies We buy: textbooks, video games, calculators, clickers We offer remanufactured and compatible ink cartridges
4385 Recreation Drive (next to Beryl Anns and Roseland Bowl) 585-394-8770 Fax: 585-394-8644 firstname.lastname@example.org
M-TH 9-5:30; Fri. 9-5;
Sat. 10-2 Approved Shipper
for all weddings booked by 3/15/2016.
Nails Waxing Spa Specials Full Set Nails
Hollywood Nails & Spa 3225 State Rt. 364
Suite #195, Cndga, 14424 585-394-8388
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-8pm, Sat. 9-6pm, Sun. 12-5pm
VALENTINES DAY 2016sunday, february 14
C H I M N E Y C L E A N I N G ,RELINING, REPAIRS. Gas, wood,pellet stoves cleaned/ repaired/installed. Mantels built/ repaired/installed. Service most brands.Call (585)356-5567. (email@example.com)
6 Main St. Bloomfield
585-657-8063 1-800-853-9844 bloomersfloral.com
1 Doz. Assorted
Roses $24.95 w/ad.
2/13, 8-5pm 2/14, 9-4pm
Shop Local and Shop Local and
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585-394-3115 mycrowndowntown.com Fine Jewelry & Watches
Valentines Day! Valentines Day!
Give her your heart this Give her your heart this
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INDIAN RIVER DIRECT
20 lb. Box of Florida Seedless Navel Oranges or Ruby Red Grapefruit
$ 30.00 Per Box
CITRUS TRUCKLOAD SALE
Sunday, February 7th 12pm-3pm
50% OFF HOUSECLEANING!New customer special! AmeriHousecleaning for todays family!Commercial/Residential. Weekly,bi-weekly, monthly. Satisfactionguaranteed. Also offer carpetcleaning. 585-247-4760.
40 W. Main Shortsville, NY 585-289-7326 Tues.-Fri. 10-5 Sat. 10-4
PDS COIN Paying top dollar for your coins and currency. We also buy and sell gold and silver bullion. Rare coins and currency available at store.
Convenient store access
VW/ AUDI (used) Sales, Service,Parts, Apply online financing. 32years, open Seven days a week. Relaxin our Enlarged Customer area withLeather Theater Seats, Wifi, KeurigCoffee... www.SelectEuroCars.com.R o u t e s 5 & 2 0 W a t e r l o o ,315-789-2200.
2003 TOYOTA CAMRY LE, SalsaRed, Very Clean, Auto, A/C, PW, PL,CD, New Exhaust, Brakes, Etc.. WellMaintained, Runs & Drives great.$5,450. PALMER AUTOMOTIVE,585-396-0550.
REMOTE CAR STARTERS. 11,500units installed since 1997! Car Audio,backup cameras, cruise control,tinting.JT Sound Livonia. 585-346-0110;www.jtsound.com
Junk Cars Wanted
INA JAM19 IOWA 90
Cash Paid Will Tow
J&J Auto (585) 969-3309
~Combining Modern Equipmentwith Old Fashioned Knowledge,
and Service~3 Generations of Experience
Call The Tree Guys,585-554-6769, 585-506-7377
SELL YOUR CLASSIC CAR HERE!FIND RESTORATION PARTS! Ad-vertise with AdNetworkNY -- we canhelp you find or sell with our lowcost-high impact package of print andonline classified ads placed statewide,or in regional zones throughout NewYork State. Reach as many as 3.3million consumers! Place your adonline at gvpennysaver.com or call1-866-812-8111.
Donate Your Car to Veterans To-day! Help and Support our Veterans.Fast - FREE pick up. 100% tax deduct-ible. Call 1-800-245-0398
CASH FOR CARS: Sell your2002-2015 vehicle the easy way! Na-t i onwide F ree P i ckup ! Ca l l1-888-416-2208
PAINTING, WALLPAPER, tex-tured ceilings, ceramic tile, drywallrepair, remodeling. Free estimates.25 years experience. References.David Papineau, 585-737-7027.
Look No Further For Reliable Appliance Service!
Call Joe Appliance Sales & Service 2465 NYS Rt. 332 Canandaigua, NY 585-394-1880 585-657-4470
Sales/Service/Parts Servicing most brands for 35 years.
WANTED OLD JAPANESE MO-TORCYCLES KAWASAKI Z1-900( 1 9 7 2 - 7 5 ) , K Z 9 0 0 , K Z 1 0 0 0(1976-1982), Z1R, KZ 1000MK2(1979 ,80 ) , W1-650 , H1 -500(1969-72), H2-750 (1972-1975), S1-250, S2-350, S3-400, KH250, KH400,SUZUKI-GS400, GT380, HONDA-CB750K (1969-1976), CBX1000(1979,80) CASH!! 1-800-772-11421-310-721-0726 firstname.lastname@example.org
CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!!! 2002and Newer! Any Condition. Runningor Not. Competitive Offer! Free Tow-ing! Were Nationwide! Call ForQuote: 1-888-416-2330.
Rochester Road - Canandaigua
Dependable, trustworthy. Flexiblescheduling. Weekly, bi-weekly,monthly. Residential & Commer-cial. 585-447-2098.
Top Dollar Paid
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Enter online at gvpennysaver.com Or mail/fax/deliver entries to: GVPS Pen-a-Poem Contest 1471 Route 15, PO Box 340, Avon, 14414 Fax: 585-226-3395
Contest guidelines: Must be 18 or older to participate
Poems must be original and will not be returned
Include your name, address/town/zip, daytime phone and email
GVPS employees/families are ineligible
Deadline for entries: 2/15/16
Winners name/poem published 2/19/16
A good poem helps to change
the shape of the universe,
helps to extend everyones
knowledge of himself and the
world around him.
~ Dylan Thomas
Enter your original poem for a chance to win a $100 restaurant gift certificate!
MUSIC Fri. & Sat. 6:30-9:00
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B ecause W e C are
by Kevin W. Dougherty
and Michael P. Dougherty
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A TRADITION OF CREMATION While increasing numbers of people are choosing cremation
over earth burial for reasons of cost and expediency, some religious traditions mandate cremation out of philosophical belief. For instance, all Hindus, with the notable exceptions of holy men and children, are cremated. The belief is that holy men are supposed to have attained a high degree of detachment from their bodies, which allows them to pass on without remaining with their physical selves. Children are also regarded as having much less attachment to their bodies. For all others, cremation provides a distinct and complete means of detaching from the body and allowing the deceased to pass on. Accompanied by earnest prayer, cremation purifies the dead and leads them to a better and brighter life.
Many individuals are now opting for cremation. KEVIN W. DOUGHERTY FUNERAL HOMEs professional and caring staff is here to assure that your requests are met. We understand the difficulties faced when making final arrangements. Contact us at (585) 346-5401 whenever you need us. You are invited to tour our tastefully appointed facilities at Livonia and Honeoye, NY .
QUOTE: The call of death is a call of love. Death can be sweet if we answer it in the affirmative, if we accept it as one of the great eternal forms of life and transformation. Herman Hesse
How far you go in life depends on your being tender w ith the young, compassionate w ith the aged, sympathetic w ith the striving and tolerant of the w eak and strong. Because someday in your life you w ill have been all of these. - George Washington Carver
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The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time w e fall.
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F riend ship H ou se FOOD PANTRY/ THRIFT STORE
Cora Marvin- Director, 585-520-0803 Tony Durant- Treasurer, 585-520-3264
Always accepting clean, reusable donations. 5614 Williams St., Middlesex (585) 554-6056
Wed. 5pm-8pm; Fri. 9am-3pm; Sat. 9am-3pm
At Friendship House, we promote the dignity and self-worth of all of our residents, and public. We strive to give you excellent quality of life through our food pantry and thrift store, both of which supply our Marcus Whitman Schools vast 151 mile area of Yates county and parts of Ontario with one weeks equivalent of food once a month. The thrift store sells clothing and other items at below discount and market prices guaranteeing affordability to our shoppers. We are a nonprofit organization.
Friendship House is not just a caregiving refuge- it is their home and their community center for out-reach in emergencies. As a point in fact, our statistics for the following years, to date:
1. 2012- 2703 individuals 2. 2013- 3203 individuals 3. 2014- 4756 individuals 4. 2015- 6386 individuals and increasing.
That is an average of 532 people a month: 3569 adults, 2249 children and 568 seniors.
We are committed to providing fair and equitable service to all who enter our doors. We also value the time, skills, and expert opinions of our staff, volunteers and community family of churches, for their constant input to better our mission.
Our future programs and others to come depend on you, our public. This is why we are asking our Finger Lakes community to adopt Friendship House. Your support with donations will be greatly appreciated. Our sponsors are: Foodlink, Walmart, Wegmans, and the Harvest Program. (FoodToDonate.com)
We accept donations of gently used clothing, quality foods and checks and money orders to continue our support of the needy in our community.
For further information please contact Cora Marvin or Tony Durant at the above numbers.
Our open days are a bonus to the public; there are donations from our sponsors: such as bread, dairy products, produce and other times eggs.
Please come join us! All are Welcome!
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The George Eastman Museum presents virtual springtime, with the annual Dutch Connection floral display, on view Friday, Februar y 12, through Sunday, February 28. This colorful two-week display will feature thousands of flowering bulbs, displayed throughout the historic mansion.
The two-week display is a welcome treat for the eyes and nose in the midst of winter. The museums historic Conservatory will be filled with thousands of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, amaryllis, and freesias, in various vibrant shades - the same colors Eastman featured 100 years ago. In addition, tropical orchids will be displayed throughout the Palm House and Colonnade, courtesy of the Genesee Region Orchid Society. Also on view on the second floor of the mansion are artifacts from George Eastmans life in 1916.
During his residency between 1905 and 1932, Eastman ordered tens of thousands of bulbs from Holland every year to decorate his Conservatory. The orders were mostly for tulips, narcissus, and hyacinths for indoor forcing, and tulips for the outside beds.
Eastmans annual bulb orders were inspired by a trip he made to Holland in 1890, when he was impressed by the tulip fields he saw while bicycling through the countryside. The present-day display is based on Eastmans original orders placed with Dutch bulb companies. The cultivation process began last July, with six thousand bulbs growing since October. Bulb Sale Potted tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils will be sold during Dutch Connection, with all proceeds benefiting the George Eastman Museum. Group Tours The Eastman Museum offers private group tours of Dutch Connection during regular museum hours. To set up a tour or for more information,
Some of the many Dutch bulbs on display
please contact Stacey VanDenburgh, guest services manager, at (585) 271-3361 ext. 238 or email@example.com.
Dutch Connection is open during regular museum hours, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Included with regular museum admission. For more information, visit eastman.org or call (585) 271-3361.
For the last 22 years, Dutch Connection has been made possible by the generous support of Gerald P. and Karen S. Kral. Greenhouse services have been provided by Lucas Greenhouses.
Spring comes early to George Eastman Museum with annual floral display
FOR SALE: King Size ElectricTempur Pedic Bed, 37 Incheseach side. Removal necessary.Good Condi t ion. $250.
FOR SALE: Sears built-in dishwasher,$25. DeWalt Drill, 12 volt, $50/ b.o.Porter Cable Circular Saw, 7-1/4,$50/ b.o. 585-690-7064.
Items For Sale
DINING ROOM SET: SolidAsh, 4 chairs, 1 leaf. Seats 4-6.Excellent condition. Honeoyearea. Call 585-269-9276.
FIREWOOD: Long slab, $150; Onetruck load is between 4.5 and 5 facecords (4X8X16). FREE deliverywithin 10 miles of S. Livonia,thereafter, $3 per mile (mileage deter-mined by mapquest). 585-314-2969.
Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers. ~Alfred Lord Tennyson
MOTORCYCLES:Before 1985. Running or not.Japanese, British, European,
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Sports Celebrations Vacations Events
Holley Varsity Wrestling Coach
John Grillo (with son Andrew) achieved his 700th
win on Jan. 20.
Dansville Rotary President John Skillings presents a $5,000 check to Amy Pollard, Noyes Hospital CEO. Over the past 10 years, the Club has donated $50,000
to the hospital and $25,000 to the Library.
Brockport hockey hosted a Military Appreciation game, raising $500 for the American Legion. Brockport captain Mitchell Henshaw, with Commander Roy McCloud and Spencerport captain Max Moran.
Liam, Lily, Carley and Parker enjoying Christmas in the City of Batavia.
To sponsor the Pet of the Week,
Call 226-5878 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Penny Saver Pet of the Week
Send us a photo and brief write-up of your pet and well feature it as the POW. Featured pets will be entered in the Pet of the Year Contest and become eligible to win a gift. Email to: email@example.com or mail to: P.O. Box 340; Avon, 14414. For return of photos, please include a self- addressed, stamped envelope. Pets will be published at discretion of GVPS.
Cooper James joined our family on Christmas in 2009. He loves to swim, go to the trails, bury his bones and snuggle. He is the sweetest little guy with a very loud mouth! He loves to greet you at the door with a loud whine, tail wagging like crazy and then he steals your shoes so you cant leave again. He loves his family very much and we love him even more.
Scratch a dog and youll find a permanent job. ~Franklin P. Jones
HEAVENLY KENNEL DOGBOARDING: Large rooms w/airconditioning. Floor to ceilingwalls, individual rooms w/raisedbeds. All pets receive individual-ized attention! 585-794-0550;www.heavenlykennel.com
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DID YOU KNOW? An Obituary inthe Genesee Valley Penny Saver willreach virtually every home in ourcirculation area. Email Lynn Forrester,LynnForrester@GVPennySaver.com
THE KIT INN: Long-Term CatBoarding. Spacious Suites. Peaceful.Private.Affordable. Insured.HomeAway From Home. Visit www.thekitinn.com 585-698-8799
POODLES: Retiring adults. Smallminiature female, 7 years old, $300.Silver Tea- Cup Male, $400. Puppiescoming soon. 585-658-9013.
Howlywood Kennels 7856 Rt. 5&20 Bloomfield
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There are over 100,000 kids in foster care, like Savannah,
waiting to be adopted.
Pick up the phone,Well CLEAN YOUR HOME!Call Caylee today for a freeconsultation. (315)-406-5928
SUPPORT our service members,veterans and their families in theirtime of need. For more informationvisit the Fisher House website atwww.fisherhouse.org
MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channe
On Feb. 21, 1948, NASCAR -- the National Association for
Stock Car Racing -- is officially incorporated. NASCAR held its
first Strictly Stock race in 1949 at Charlotte Speedway in North
AUCTION IT FIRST
LIFETIME COLLECTION PART 6
SUN., FEB. 7TH, 2016
12 NOON PREVIEW 1PM START American Legion 454 North Main St., Canandaigua, NY 14424
Victorian Parlor claw foot table, Oak Curved front dresser with mirror, small book cases, large foot ocker, Rochester Milk Bottles, Collector Stamps in sheets some cancelled in envelopes & books, Rail Road, Police, Fire dept Buttons, Beer ashtrays from Rochester, Advertising ashtrays from all over, Depression glass, Vernon early California dishes ,Fire King dishes, Pyrex,
Amber Sandwich bowls, Cobalt blue containers, Redeo Dishes, Franciscan Coronado Plates, Fiesta in lots of colors, and more makers, Salt & Pepper
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AUCTION ALL NEW BUILDING MATERIALS
Saturday, Feb. 13 at 10AM Clarion Hotel, 8250 Park Rd.,
Batavia, NY 14020 Niagara Cabinets Kitchen Sets in Cherry, Mocha, Chocolate, Whites- traditional and shaker styles in standard and dream sizes; Ready To Install Granite Counters - 6 & 7 pc. sets; Appliances: Compact refrigerators, glass door beverage coolers, small chest freezers, microwaves; Flooring: Exotic Hardwood & Laminates; laminate padding; Tile Flooring; accent Tile; Assortment of linens - name brand comforter sets, blankets, fleece throws, pillows, and sheet sets; Pet related items; Lighting - ceiling, chandelier, sconce types; Doors: interior, exterior, & Bi Fold Doors; Kitchen & Bathroom sinks and Faucet Sets; vanities & tops; ADA Toilets, fixtures, & hardware; Carpeting - rolls & area; detergent; Entrance, Bed & Bath, Hall & Closet Door Knob Sets; Ceiling And Bathroom Fans; hot water heaters; tools and more. Auctioneers Note: Preview 8am day of auction. Accepting American Express, Discover, Master Card, Visa , cash and approved checks. Auction details and information available: www.scottperryco.com
Scott Perry & Co.
Niagara Falls, NY 14304
FOR SALE: Manure spreader, anvil,grain drill, 6 row corn planter,Deering grain reaper, haybine, rake,bailer, tedder, elevator, 2+ row cornplanters. 585-733-7621.
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Rushville Artist Mark StashsFirst Solo Exhibit Opens at WoodLibrary - Mark Stash, a Rushville-based fine artist, announces his firstsolo show which runs from January7 through February 16, 2016 in theEwing Family Community Room atWood Library, 134 North MainStreet, Canandaigua. Over 30nature-themed watercolor andacrylic works are displayed. Visitstashartworks.com or call MarkStash at 585-478-6540 for moreinformation. woodlibrary.org.
Finger Lakes Gem, Mineral andFossil Club monthly meeting at theWood Library, 134 North MainStreet, Canandaigua, the secondWednesday of the month at7:00pm. Anyone interested ingems, minerals and fossils wel-come. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pancake Breakfast - Pancakes,eggs and sausage. Free will dona-tion with proceeds to benefit theHoneoye Food Pantry. Join us onSaturday, February 6 from 8am-10am at the Canadice UnitedMethodist Church, 5945 CanadiceHill Rd., Canadice.
The Bloomfield Lions Club will besponsoring a Spaghetti Dinner,Wednesday, February 10, 2016, atVeterans Park, Routes 5 and 20,Bloomfield. Serving 5PM to 7PM.Adults $8.00, Children $4.00, Pre-school Free. Take outs available.
The Bloomfield Garden Club willmeet on Thursday, February 18 at11:45AM at the Bloomfield TownHall, 12 Main St. in Bloomfield. Ourprogram will be a movie presenta-tion & talk about the environmentalproblem that single use plastic bagspose on the natural beauty &ecosystem of the Finger Lakes andwill be presented by Cathy Keller.Our meetings are free and are opento the public. Light refreshmentswill be served. For more informa-tion, contact Kathy Monrad585-657-4489.
Gleaners Walk to End Hunger -This walk is an annual fundraiserfor Gleaners Community Kitchen,feeding our community daily forover 27 years. It is held INDOORS atthe Canandaigua Middle school,215 Granger St., Sunday, March 6from 1-3pm. Partially sponsored byWegmans. www.GleanersKitchen.org, 585-394-4818.
A Singing Valentine - UNFOR-GETTABLE! Surpr i se yoursweetheart at home, at work or atyour favorite restaurant with aSinging Valentine performed byone of our chorus quartets! A Sen-eca Soundwaves Quartet will singfor you on Friday, February 12th,Saturday, February 13th and Sun-day, February 14th by appointmentonly - throughout Ontario County.$45 includes two songs, a rose anda card with a personal message.$20 for a phone or Skype greetingincludes one song and a personalmessage. Call to order today!5 8 5 - 3 9 3 - 4 7 3 1 . w w w .senecasoundwaves.com.
Not Just Stories: Why We Identifywith Hobbits and Harry Potter, 50thAnniversary Series lecture byProfessor Trista Merrill, Finger LakesCommunity College, 3325 MarvinSands Drive, Canandaigua, Feb-ruary 9, 12:45pm, Stage 14. Free.Visitors should arrive early to allowfor parking, (585) 785-1623.
Elks All-You-Can-Eat BenefitBreakfast: Sundays thru March 13,2016. Everything from biscuits &gravy to pancakes omelets, anyway you like them, as well as hashbrowns, sausage, ham, and bacon.Benefits local projects of the Cere-bral Palsy Associations of New YorkState. Canandaigua Elks Lodge# 1 8 4 4 , 1 9 N i a g a r a S t . ,Canandaigua.
Sonnenberg Garden Club hosts apresentation by Master Gardener,Cindy Cali, on best performingplants and practices to help createa low maintenance garden in ourown backyard. Saturday, February20, 2016, 10:15am, Wood Library,134 N. Main St., Canandaigua. Thispresentation is free and open to thepublic. Library doors open at 10am.
St. Marys Schools St. GenesiusPlayers will perform Godspell Jr.at 1:30 and 6:30 p.m. February 9 inthe schools gym, 16 Gibson St. Themusical, based on the Broadwayshow, Godspell, features song,dance and skits to present some ofthe teachings of Jesus and showhow theyre relevant in our livestoday. Admission is free. The gym isnot handicapped accessible. For de-tails, call (585)394-4300, email@example.com or visit www.stmaryscanandaigua.org.
Disabled American VeteransMonthly Meeting, Chapter 4,Canandaigua Medical Center,Building 6, Room 120, 400 Fort HillAve. on Thursday, February 18from 7-8pm. Need information onyour benefits, help filing a claim orwant to help our military, fellowveterans and their families? Newideas and members needed. Formore information contact: MartyCollins, Commander, DAV Chapter4, 585-721-6542, PO Box 998,Canandaigua, NY 14424.
Books Sandwiched In - A bookreview series sponsored by WoodLibrary. Jeanie Grimm reviewsREMEMBER ME LIKE THIS, a grip-ping novel that portrays astruggling family dealing with their16 year old son who was kid-napped by a pedophile. Bring a baglunch. Beverages and cookies of-fered by The Centerfield Home-makers. February 8, 12-1pm, WoodLibrary, 134 North Main St.,Canandaigua. www.woodlibrary.org, 585-394-1381.
A A A 6 - h o u r D r i v e r I m -provement Program is sponsoredby the Canandaigua Area Chamberof Commerce: Saturday, February13, 9am-3:30pm, Finger LakesCommunity College, Room #A104.PRE-REGISTRATION & PAYMENT ISREQUIRED BEFORE THE CLASS(class size is limited). Last day toregister and pay is Tuesday, Feb-ruary 9th. Course fee $40. AAAand FLCC student/staff discountsavailable. Rates are subject tochange. To Register: Stop by theCanandaigua Area Chamber ofCommerce, 113 South Main St.,Canandaigua. Info. or to register/pay by phone, call the Chamber at(585) 394-4400, ext. 205.
Sweetheart Rides - Give yoursweetheart a gift he or she will longremember! Youll feel as if youvestepped back in time as you cozyup with your sweetheart in a his-toric horse-drawn sleigh. After your20-minute ride on the GrangerHomesteads historic 12-acre site,you will want to come into the LawOffice to warm up and enjoy a hostof hot beverages and goodies. YouGift Includes: 20-minute ride, long-stem rose, delicious chocolatecandy, framed 4x6 photo. $60 percouple. Saturday, February 13, 12-2:30pm, Granger Homestead &Carriage Museum, 295 N. Main St.,C a n a n d a i g u a . w w w .grangerhomestead.org
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Nordic Ski Patrol Hot Dog Days.Come support the Genesee ValleyNordic Ski Patrol Hot Dog DaysSaturday, February 20 & Sunday,February 21. Serving Hot Dogs,Chili, Hot Cider and Sweets from11am-2pm. A great family event atCumming Nature Center. Websitew w w . r m s c . o r g /CummingNatureCenter for direc-tions. 6472 Gulick Road, Naples.Phone (585)374-6160. This is ourmajor fund raiser of the year soc o m e o u t a n d e n j o y t h ec r o s s c o u n t r y s k i i n g a n dsnowshoeing or hiking if there is nosnow. For more information aboutthe GVNSP, google - Nordic SkiPatrol Rochester, NY.
Celebrate Mardi Gras/Carnival:Saturday, February 6, 4:30pm-7:30pm, Mendon Community Cen-ter, 167 N. Main St., Honeoye Falls.GET YOUR GLITTER ON! GreatBuffet - Haitian Pork, Jambalaya,Rice and Beans, Mac and Cheeseand Much More! Silent Auction!Live Music! Beads - Face Painting -Masks! Suggested Donation $10per person, $25 per family or what-ever you can afford. Come One,Come All! Proceeds to provide edu-cation and food for the students inBorgne, Haiti as part of HoneoyeFalls/Borgne Sister Cities.
Pasta with the Ponies - Join usfor a Pasta Dinner to Benefit FingerLakes Thoroughbred Adoption Pro-gram. Held Tuesday, February 23,4pm-7pm at the Finger Lakes Gam-ing & Racetrack Paddock Room,Farmington. $8.00 Includes Plate ofPasta, salad, bread, soda/coffee, &dessert. For more information call585-924-3232 ext 210.
Take Your Child to the LibraryDay! A family event. Meet Woody,the librarys mascot and everyonesfavorite dog! Take Woodys scaven-ger hunt challenge, enjoy a specialdog-themed story time, make adog craft, watch 2 great dog mov-ies, and have your picture takenwith Woody. Check the libraryswebsite for details and times. Feb-ruary 6, 10-4pm, Wood Library,134 North Main St., Canandaigua.www.woodlibrary.org
Love Your Library Day - On Fri-day, February 12, 10am-4:30pm,the Friends of Wood Library invitelibrary patrons to celebrate LoveYour Library Day, at Wood Library,134 North Main St., Canandaigua.Guess how many chocolate kissesare in a jar and you may win aprize. Share the title of a favoritebook, or tell what you love aboutthe library. Choose a bookmarkcreated by ARC. Enjoy a valentinecookie treat provided by Wegmans.
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Ladies Luncheon - Cindy Dalton,former art teacher and cancer survi-vor, will share her testimony at theladies luncheon on Friday, February19, 2016 at LeTourneau ChristianCenter, 4950 County Road 11,Rushville at 11AM. A deliciousbuffet luncheon will follow the pro-gram. $12/person. RSVP at585-554-3400 or email: email@example.com by Friday, February12.
XRX Pioneer Club - Thursday, Feb-ruary 18, Monroes, 3001 MonroeAvenue (former Spring House).Members - $17; guests - $19. Res-ervat ions requi red: Rose -585-482-3905. Bring donations forHOPE House: diapers, shavingcream, razors, shampoo, bodywash, soap, deodorant, paper tow-els, toilet paper, laundry detergent,c l e a n i n g p r o d u c t s . w w w .xeroxpioneerclub.org.
Cumming Nature Center Re-opens Saturday, December 26 forskiing and snowshoeing. Trailsopen five days a week: Wednesdaythrough Friday, 9am-3:30pm; Sat-urday and Sunday, 9am-4:30pm(closed Monday and Tuesday).Admission: RMSC members free;General public donation requested- $3 per person; $10 per family, Skipackage (skis, poles & boots) $15;Snowshoes $5. www.rmsc.org,585-374-6160.
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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On Feb. 20, 1792, President George Washington signs legislation renewing the United States Post Office as a cabinet department led by the postmaster general. While postmaster, Benjamin Franklin had streamlined postal delivery with surveyed and marked routes from Maine to Florida (the origins of Route 1).
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TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH By Keith Roach, M.D.
Healthy Bodies Dont Need Supplements DEAR DR. ROACH: After viewing an infomercial that praised the benefits of probiotics, I would like to know what you think. Probiotics have been prescribed when one is taking antibiotics to replenish the good bacteria that is lost.
When taking no medication, I found that when I took one capsule (30 billion live cultures per capsule/10 probiotic strains) on a daily basis, I would get gas and diarrhea; therefore, I stopped taking them. I thought that this was the exact opposite reaction that should have occurred. Please write about the pros and cons and the reasons/necessity for taking probiotics on a daily basis. -- D.A.M.
ANSWER: Probiotics are microorganisms, usually bacteria or yeast, that have beneficial properties. There is at least some evidence to support the use of probiotics for inflammatory bowel disease (Crohns and ulcerative colitis), colon inflammation from radiation, irritable bowel syndrome and other diseases of the GI tract.
However, with a few exceptions, there is very little evidence that taking anything (prescription or supplement) is of benefit to people who are healthy with no symptoms. Probiotics havent been shown to benefit healthy people. Any treatment can have side effects.
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DEAR DR. ROACH: Does high blood pressure cause irregular or abnormal heart rhythms? -- P.K.S.
ANSWER: Not usually. In some people with very longstanding high blood pressure, the heart can become dilated -- blown up like a balloon to much more than its normal size. When the heart, particularly the atria (the top chambers), becomes dilated like that, it makes atrial fibrillation more likely.
High blood pressure is very common. Irregular heartbeats are universal -- we all have some every day. It is human nature to associate one problem with another, since they are both related to the heart. However, its more likely that the everyday irregularities you may have had without noticing take on new significance with a diagnosis of high blood pressure.
That being said, since it is possible they are related, its certainly worth an EKG next time you see your internist or cardiologist to make sure you dont have a dangerous heart rhythm. Sometimes doctors order 24-hour (or longer) EKGs for use at home, which can be correlated with any symptoms of heart irregularities.
The booklet on abnormal heart rhythms explains atrial fibrillation and the more common heart-rhythm disturbances in detail. Readers can obtain a copy by writing: Dr. Roach -- No. 107W, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6. Canada with the recipients printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery.
DEAR DR. ROACH: I have lower-back ache and have been seeing a chiropractor, which helps a little. Would yoga help? -- A.
ANSWER: Yoga does help many people with back pain, but its important to find an instructor with experience with beginners and in using yoga specifically for back pain. Similarly, tai chi and Pilates exercises have been shown to be useful treatments for back pain.
*** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med.cornell.edu. To view and order health pamphlets, visit www.rbmamall.com, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803.
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CANANDAIGUA APARTMENTS:Large, 1 bedroom, $600/ monthplus utilities. 3 bedroom (halfhouse), $900/ month plus utilities,available March 1st. Security plus firstmonths rent. Credit/ Reference ap-plication. No pets. 585-393-1397.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TO MODIFY RTS PASS STRUCTURE IN ONTARIO COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that Regional Transit Service, Inc. (RTS) will conduct apublic hearing on a proposed modification to its pass structure in OntarioCounty. The date, time and location of the public hearing will be as follows:
February 1112:30 p.m.Wood Library, Mary Parmele Hamlin Room, 134 N Main St, Canandaigua
This facility is accessible to individuals with disabilities and permit barrier freephysical access. Further information on proposed pass structure modification andthis hearing can be found at myRTS.com or by contacting Regional TransitService, Inc., 1372 East Main Street, Rochester, NY 14609 or call (585)394-2250 or TTY (800) 662-1220.
Any person wishing to comment on these proposals is welcome to attend thepublic hearing. At the hearing, RTS will afford an opportunity for interestedpersons to be heard with respect to these proposed changes. In order to bepermitted to speak at the hearing, you must properly register on registrationsheets that will be available at the hearing location until 10 minutes prior to thehearing commencement. Therefore, if you wish to speak at the hearing, youmust arrive at least 15 minutes before the hearing is scheduled to commence.Speakers will be limited to a maximum of three minutes. Registered speakersmay provide written copies of their testimony.
For individuals with disabilities and/or Limited English Proficiency, upon requestwe will provide assistive service or copies of public documents in an alternativeformat, including in Braille, or another language. Please call (585) 394-2250 orTTY (800) 662-1220a minimum of 3 business days prior to the public hearing if you need suchassistive service. If requested, an interpreter experienced in American SignLanguage will be present at the hearing to assist any participants who arehearing-impaired.
Any written comments must be received by no later than Thursday, February 18at 5:00 p.m.
Mail written comments to the following address:RTS - Legal DepartmentATTN: RTS Pass Structure Modification1372 East Main StreetRochester, NY 14609
Email written comments to the following address:To: Legal@myRTS.comSubject: Proposed RTS Pass Structure Modification
Written and oral comments will be taken into consideration prior to any finaldetermination with respect to the proposed modifications to the RTS passstructure.
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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On Feb. 17, 1865, soldiers from Union Gen. William
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most famous for his March to the Sea through Georgia in the
closing months of 1864.
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Thanks to two Geneseo Walmart Shoppers for helping me when I dislocated my shoulder while checking out at Walmart. You both kept me calm even when I was in so much pain until my husband and the ambulance got to me. Thank you again for helping me.
Pay It Forward! Thanks to the man at Brockport Aldis who offered me his cart in the parking lot and wouldnt accept the quarter. It made my day! Even small acts of kindness or a smile can make a big difference and brighten someones day. p.s. I left the cart unlocked for someone else to use after I was done shopping.
Thank you so very much to the person at the Lakeville Dunkin Donuts on Weds., 1/20, at approx. 7:10 am. I pulled up to the window to pay for my hot chocolate and my wifes coffee. I was told it was paid for. This has never
(sometimes performed as
Happy Holidays) is a
popular song composed by
Irving Berlin during 1941
and published the following
year ... LONG before all this
political correctness started!
It was introduced by Bing
Crosby in the 1942 film
Holiday Inn. Commonly
regarded as a Christmas
song, it was performed on
New Years Eve in the film
and expressed a wish for the
listener to enjoy happy
holidays throughout the
entire year. The song helped
to popularize the phrase
Happy holidays as a
common greeting during the
Christmas and holiday
season in the United States.
I used to look forward to my
husband belting out Happy
Holidays (the only 2 words
he would sing) in his deep
voice every year until he
passed in 2012. BTW, I also
say Merry Christmas!
I live in a very nice
professionals, families, and
retirees. Unfortunately, on
trash day when there are
high winds forecast (there
are four different trash
companies servicing the
neighborhood, each with a
different pick-up day) many
residents just place the
recyclables on the curb the
night before. Due to the
prevailing winds, the
blowing trash that does not
get caught on neighbors
fences ends up at the
entrance of the
neighborhood, creating a
royal mess. Please, if you
must put the trash out
early, secure it; put the
heavy glass on top or find
another solution. Please be
responsible and stop
making the neighborhood
the town dump.
To the coyote hunters
who use dogs and drive
white trucks: I know your
dogs cant read a posted
sign. But that does not give
you the right to disobey the
signs unless you dont care.
I know it is cheaper to pay
fines then it is to own your
own land. If I catch you on
my land I will have you
happened to me before. I was totally shocked. Thank you so much for making our day. I was so flabbergasted that I did not think to pay for the person behind me. However, I will be paying this forward at my next Dunkin Donut stop. You are such a nice person!
Just wanted to say thank you so much for the care and compassion Dr. Gshrey and his staff gave my dog Nikki and me. Even though it was such a difficult time and a terrible thing to go through, it was made a little easier by such caring people. Thank you for being there for us.
Thanks to the Cal-Mum student who went to the concession stand for me at intermission for Airline on Saturday, January 23 in the p.m. He was very pleasant and did not mind standing in line. Teenagers are A - OKAY!
I am so happy to see one of our local supermarkets is helping us senior citizens in our golden years as we age with our math skills. Buy One Get One Free, Buy 2 get 3 Free, 2 for $10, 3 for $5, 10 for $10 and so on. Really makes you think. What does just 1 cost?
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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel On Feb. 18, 1885, Mark Twain publishes his famous -- and
controversial -- novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Its
satirical look at racism, religion and other social attitudes of the
time led libraries to ban the book.
Scrapbooks can help document your year
Many interesting and special events take place during the course of a typical year. While the trend is to share photos and anecdotes via social media, these memories tend to be forgotten soon after they are posted. Rather than relegate birthdays, holidays, school milestones, and other such yearly events to the black hole of cyberspace, crafty men, women and children may want to display them in more prominent ways.
Scrapbooking is a popular hobby that can help people document various events over the course of the year. But scrapbooking can be much more than that as well. Scrapbooks can serve as valuable resources that speak to the way life once was.
Such traditions are not new. Books highlighting family memorabilia, such as recipes, poems, letters, and illustrations, were popular in England as early as the 15th century. Even school yearbooks are a type of scrapbook, highlighting students and events in a single convenient book.
The reasons for scrapbooking are the same today as they once were. Scrapbooks preserve memories, record family stories and pass down information through generations. Scrapbooks can even be customized in any manner their creators desire.
For those who have resolved to devote more time to documenting happy times and special events in the year ahead, scrapbooking is a great way to do just that. Heres how to make the process creative and successful.
Devote a box to scraps. At the beginning of the year, set aside a medium-sized box, such as a shoebox, that can store various items you want to include in your scrapbook. These may include ticket stubs, receipts, brochures from trips, or any other items you deem worth saving.
Make time to scrapbook. Set aside a few days each month to go through collected items and organize them so you have an idea of what will be included on your pages. Every event may not make the final cut, but thats up to you.
Indulge in some craft-store shopping. Not everyone has the time to design each scrapbook page from scratch. Fortunately, there are numerous pre-designed templates or slip-in pages that require little work on the part of scrapbookers.
Use your own handwriting. Handwritten sentiments can make the scrapbook even more meaningful.
Dont overload with photos. Let one or two photos on a page best convey the emotions and stories. Create balance with white space, text and other accents.
Categorize your photos. Disorganized photos can make scrapbook creation more challenging and ultimately frustrating. Organize your photos by month and rely on cloud-based photo storage systems to keep them safe. Then, when you need them, you can print only those images you want to include in your book.
Have fun with the process. You have the entire year to create a beautiful scrapbook. Take your time and experiment with different ideas.
Showcase the special memories of the year ahead by starting a scrapbook.
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UPRIGHT & STICK VACUUMS Both work, but we like our new one better : email@example.com
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MODEL TRAIN CATALOGS of recent years for train fans of every age : firstname.lastname@example.org
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30 TABLE TOP TUBE TV. 9 years old. Good condition : 585-334-6809
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USED WINE BOTTLES. Please call to set up a date and time. You pick up : 585-641-0340
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HEAVY DUTY CONSTRUCTED WOOD BUNK BED LADDER. Approx. 5 ft. tall x 2 ft. wide : 585-880-0898
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Let us know when your item is taken/you receive what you asked for and we will remove it from the li st.
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GREEN WAYS TO CLEAN UP SNOW
Although residents of chilly c limates come to expect the flakes and gathering snow mounds, some people never quite get used to the c leanup involved in keeping neighborhoods safe and accessible.
In M arch 2014, North America w as covered by the third-highest amount of snow that late in the season since record keeping began in 1966, according to NOAAs U.S. National Ice Center. Snow can begin in September and October in some northern areas and stretch on until early spring. It pays to learn the best w ays to deal w ith snow and to incorporate some environmentally friendly strategies as w ell.
The most eco-friendly w ay to remove snow is to w ait until the spring thaw w hen itll melt. Unfortunately that is not prac tical for most people. Therefore homeow ners and business ow ners need to look to other methods to c lear drivew ays, parking lots and sidew alks of the w hite stuff.
Kids rarely look forw ard to doing their homew ork. But the right atmosphere can make homew ork seem like less of a chore and more of an opportunity for kids to apply themselves.
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HOW TO M AKE OLDER HOM ES M ORE ENERGY EFFICIENT
Check for leaks and plug any you find. Homes may develop air leaks over time, and such leaks allow air to infiltrate the home. W hen that occurs, homeow ners instinctively turn up the thermostat in w inter to combat the cold air getting in. Come summertime, those same homeow ners w ill run their air conditioners on a higher setting in an effort to stay comfortable w hen hot air is c reeping through the cracks. Rather than adjusting the temperature inside, fix any sources of air infiltration you find. Run your hand along doorw ays and w indow s to determine if any drafts are coming through. Older homes may also develop cracks in bricks, around the foundation and in siding or stucco. Seal any areas w here you feel air infiltrating your home, w hich w ill save money, reduce your energy consumption and make your older home more effic ient.
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W HEN IT COM ES TO
W INTER ROOF CHECKUPS,
THE ATTIC IS YOUR FRIEND
You know youre supposed to do it tw ice a year. But w hat homeow ner relishes the thought of c limbing a ladder to check the health of his roof -- as key to a homes energy effic iency as that roof might be -- w hen the w eather is turning sharply colder outside?
Well, as it turns out, w hile even a quick, eyeball roof-check is recommended this time of year, theres a fallback option.
You could just check your attic instead.
Roofs ac tually c reate an insulated barrier that helps trap heat inside, and most attic spaces are located right below them, explains Jason Joplin, program manager of the Center for the Advancement of Roofing Excellence. That makes them perfec t for spotting potential problem areas and damage w ithout w orrying about falling.
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Fair Housing Statement All real estate advertised in the Genesee Valley Penny Saver is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it
illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.
We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.
Fair Housing Enforcement Project
Monroe County Legal Assistance Center
1 W. Main