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85 Main Street, P. O. Box 129 Mount Morris, New York 14510
Vol. 54, No. 41 - October 13, 2013
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER
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MT. MORRIS, 38 Murray St.: 4+ bed-
room Colonial. 2 full baths, formal
dining room, hardwood foors, family
room, large open porch, attached ga-
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NUNDA, 9995 Oakland St.: 4 bedroom
Colonial. 2 full baths, new kitchen, for-
mal dining room, large deck leads to
above ground pool, large barn. All on
a corner parcel.
MT. MORRIS, 23 Grove St.: Well
maintained 3 bedroom Colonial. 1-1/2
baths, new kitchen with granite coun-
ters, formal dining room, enclosed
porch, nice large yard.
WARSAW, 4701 Old Buffalo Rd.: 4
bedroom, 2 story home. Large eat in
kitchen, computer room, formal dining
room, 2 stall barn with workshop and
storage. Many updates.
MT. MORRIS, 38 Genesee St.: 3 bed-
room Colonial. Formal dining room,
eat in kitchen, large storage building
with electric, aluminum siding, large
yard, blacktop driveway.
GRANGER, 11536 Old State Rd.:
10+ acre parcel with 2 bedroom cabin
style home. Fireplace, eat in kitchen,
2 large sheds, stocked pond, woods.
Very private.
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4th ANNUAL CAREPARTNER EVENT
Saturday, November 2, 2013
10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Celebrate Family Church, Leicester, NY
Join us as we support and honor all you do as a Caregiver!
Keynote speaker: Sylvia Mackey, wife and
caregiver to John Mackey - former NFL football
player for the Baltimore Colts will present
New Beginnings
Information: Over 30 local caregiver
resources , Yoga demonstrations, Fall
Prevention, Medication Disposal drop-o.
Spaghetti Supper, door prizes, and more!
All FREE for Caregivers!
Sponsored by Livingston County Oce for the Aging, Noyes Memorial
ospital, Rochester Mental ealth Associaon, Geneseo Parish
Outreach Center, Geneseo - Mt. Morris & York/Leicester Kiwanis,
Wegmans, Staples, Celebrate Family Church and Wal-Mart
Breast Cancer Awareness
Fundraiser
2nd Annual
BOOBIE
PARTY
Saturday October 19th, 2013
1:00pm - 6:00pm
Woodlyn Hills Golf Course
Route 408 State Street, Nunda
Music 6:30pm - 10:30pm - DJ Brandon Cramer
50/50 Rafe Chinese Auction Fun Games this year
FUN pictures by Jaime Davis
~ No ticket needed to atend ~
Rafe Tickets On Sale Now for iPad & Cash Prizes
For questions or donations contact: 356-5594
Saturday October 19th, 2013
1:00pm - 6:00pm
Woodlyn Hills Golf Course
Route 408 State Street, Nunda
BAILEY
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HAVE YOU SEEN THIS DOG?
FOR SALE: (4) MasterCraft Glacier Grip II Snowtires, 215/65
R17. Purchased new for over $600, used for approximately
three months. Like new, $250 or best offer! ALSO (2) Sumic
GT50 All Season Radials, P225/50R16, good condition, make
offer. Call 370-1855.
FOR SALE: Pro-Form XP 550E Treadmill-Exerciser. Like new.
$200 or best offer. Call 468-2589.
HEATED MOTORCYCLE STORAGE: $30/month. Storage Special
$29.95 until 10/31/13. Includes battery tender/fuel treatment stabi-
lizer (was $39.94). Pickup/Delivery available. Storage for any car,
boat, camper, etc. also available. Please call for details and pricing.
Varysburg Cycle, 2459 Route 20A, Varysburg, NY 14617 (585) 535-
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Mount Morris
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Friday is Oil, Filter, Lube Day
5 qts. $19.95 plus tax
10% Off All Brake Repairs
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10% Off Steering and
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Air Conditioning Tune-Up
$49.95 up to 2 lbs freon
Complete Evac & Recharge
$89.95 up to 3 lbs freon
Affordable Care Act Impacts On Your Business!
Join these Chamber Information Sessions to fnd out ex-
actly how you will be impacted and learn about your op-
tions. Thursday, Oct. 17th, Noon-2 PM at SUNY Geneseo;
Friday Oct. 18th, 9-10 AM at GCC Dansville Wednesday,
Oct. 23, 8-9 AM at GCC Lima AND 5:30-6:30 PM at Liv-
ingston County Chamber of Commerce, Geneseo. FREE for
Chamber Members; $15 for Non-Members. Sessions will fll
up quickly so please register ASAP! To register, email Deb
Cisco at dcisco@livingstoncountychamber.com or call 243-
2222 today!
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18 Murray Street
Mount Morris, NY
585-752-9835
By appointment
Flexible hours
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Use your legs to shift your weight rather than
twisting your back. Throwing leaves over the
shoulder or to the side while raking can strain
the muscles in the back. Call now to schedule
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WHATS HAPPENING
This page is donated as a public service by the Mount Morris Shopper for use by various organizations and groups
to announce at no charge, non-proft coming events in the Mount Morris area.
What Elses Happening on page 5! e
*MONDAY, OCT. 14: Join us to watch and discuss a new video
series Doing The Right Thing - A University Exploration of Eth-
ics, 7 PM in the fellowship hall at Leicester Union Presbyterian
Church, corner Routes 63 & 20A. Call 658-1197 with questions.
*MONDAY, OCT. 14: Bingo! Every Monday 7 PM at the VFW
Hall, Mount Morris.
*MONDAY, OCT. 14: TOPS Mount Morris 1335 (Take Off
Pounds Sensibly) meets every Monday 6:15-7:30 PM at the Vil-
lage Baptist Church, 39 Chapel Street, Mount Morris. All are
welcome, frst meeting is FREE!
*MONDAY, OCT. 14: TOPS Nunda 457 (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) meets every Monday, 4:30-6 PM at Holy Angels Rec-
tory, 21 Massachusetts Street. Call 468-2503.
*MONDAY, OCT. 14: Nunda Kiwanis Club meets Monday eve-
nings, 6:30 PM at Pizza Corner, Nunda. For information, contact
President Rachel at 468-6016.
*MONDAY, OCT. 14: Clean & Free meets 7 PM Mondays at
Hunt Baptist Church, 9932 South Church Street, Hunt to offer
counsel-encouragement-hope-support to help people stop addic-
tive behaviors. No charge. Call 476-2486 for more information.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Grief Support Groups, 6-7:30 PM 1st &
3rd Tuesday at Livingston Behavioral Health, 9077 Route 408,
Nunda. Free! Meant for anyone dealing with the loss of a loved
one. Pre-registration not required! Call 243-7290 for information.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Public welcome to attend Livingston
County Community Services Board Meeting, 12:30 PM at Liv-
ingston County Mental Health Services, 4600 Millennium Drive,
Geneseo. CSB meets 3rd Tuesday, (except July & December).
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Immunization Clinic, 3rd Tuesday, 4-6
PM at American Legion & VFW Veterans Hall, 5480 East Avon
Road, Avon. Immunizations offered at a minimal charge for 0-18
years of age. No appointment necessary. Bring immunization re-
cord. Under 18 must be accompanied by parent/guardian. MMR
for those 19 or older, adults returning to college must bring proof
of college attendance. Call 243-7299 for information.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Preschool Story Time, 10:30 AM Tues-
days at Mount Morris Library, 121 Main Street. Call 658-4412.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Needles at Noon, at GVCA, Building 4,
Apt. 1, Livingston County Campus, Mount Morris. Needlework-
ers-bring your handiwork & bag lunch for conversation & sharing.
Free/open to public. Call 243-6785 or: mail@gvcaonline.org.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Mount Morris Kiwanis Club meets 6:30
PM, Mount Morris Lanes. Call David Harcleroad at 704-2603.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Mount Morris Rotary Club meets 7:30
AM, Brians USA Diner, Leicester. www.mountmorrisrotary.org.
*OCTOBER 15-16-17: Mount Morris Healthy Food Pantry
and Childrens Clothing Cupboard, 36 Chapel Street, Suite 200,
Mount Morris. Open Tuesday, 9 AM-12 Noon; Wednesday, 1-3
PM; Thursday, 9 AM-12 Noon. Call 658-4466.
OCTOBER 15, 16, 18: Pregnancy Resource Center of the Val-
leys, 3142 Geneseo Road, Mount Morris welcomes new clients.
Free pregnancy testing, information on pregnancy, adoption,
abortion procedures & risks, prenatal & infant care, parenting
techniques. Limited emergency supplies of essential baby items
on site, no cost. Tuesday & Wednesday 12-4, Friday 1-5. Walk-ins
welcome. Call 658-2436 for appointment/information.
*OCTOBER 15 & 17: Silver Sneakers meets 1 PM, Tuesday &
Thursday, second foor at the old Saint Patricks School, Stanley
Street, Mount Morris. Physical Fitness & Exercise for elderly
citizens in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Books N Kids N Crafts, 10-11
AM Wednesdays, for 3-5 years old at Dansville Public Library,
200 Main Street, Dansville. Kids can enjoy stories, songs, crafts
and much more with Ms. Brandy. To pre-register your child, call
(585) 335-6720 or visit library! Til November 20th.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Mount Morris Mobile Pantry, 8:30-
10:30 AM or until gone at 64 North Main Street, Mount Morris.
3rd Wednesday, every month. Free fresh produce and vegetables
will be given out. Open to Livingston County Residents.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Hally-Allen Womens Auxiliary
Monthly Meeting, third Wednesday, 7 PM at Sonya American
Legion Post. Members please attend. Seeking new members.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Harvey L. Brady American Legion
Post #354 meets third Wednesday-7 PM at Mount Morris Lanes,
Erie Street, Mount Morris.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Boyd-Parker VFW Post 547 Ladies
Auxiliary meets third Wednesday-11:30 PM at the VFW Hall, 3
Elm Street, Mount Morris. God Bless America!
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Light House Ministry Free Supper, 5
PM til ?, (1st & 3rd Wednesday), at Nunda United Methodist Church,
30 East Street, Nunda. Great food & fellowship. Call 468-3456.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Grief Support Group, 1:30-3 PM
every Wednesday at Saint Timothys Lutheran Church, Route 20A,
Geneseo. Free! Meant for anyone dealing with the loss of a loved
one. Pre-registration not required! Call 243-7290 for information.
THURSDAY, OCT. 17: Lights On After School Open House,
3:30-7 PM at The Bridge, 25 Chapel Street, Mount Morris. The
only nationwide event celebrating afterschool programs and their
important role in the lives of children, families and communities.
Last year, a record of 10,000 events brought together more than
one million Americans.
*THURSDAY, OCT. 17: Nunda VFW #8961 Ladies Auxiliary
meets 5:30 PM sharp, third Thursday. Call Barb at 943-6358.
*THURSDAY, OCT. 17: Nunda VFW Post #8961 meets 7:30
PM 3rd Thursday at the post, Nunda. Call Harmony, 468-2147.
*THURSDAY, OCT. 17: Babys First Storytime, 10 AM every
Thursday, at Dansville Public Library, 200 Main Street, Dans-
ville. Ms. Brandy will introduce children ages 6 to 36 months
to the joy of books, fngerplays and songs! To pre-register your
child, call 335-6720 or stop in the library! Til November 21st.
*THURSDAY, OCT. 17: Nunda Rotary Club meets 12:15 PM
at Bills Outpost Restaurant, Route 436, Mill Street, Nunda. For
information, call President Gerald Thompson at 476-5919.
*THURSDAY, OCT. 17: United Church of Mount Morris
Clothes Closet every Thursday, 9:30-11:30 AM & 4-5:30 PM.
OCTOBER 17 & 18: Affordable Care Act Impacts On Your
Business! Thursday, Noon-2 PM at SUNY Geneseo; Friday, 9-10
AM at GCC Dansville. Join these Chamber Information Sessions
to fnd out exactly how you will be impacted and learn about
your options. Chamber Members-FREE; $15 for Non-Members.
Sessions will fll up quickly so please register ASAP! To regis-
ter, email Deb Cisco at dcisco@livingstoncountychamber.com
or call 243-2222 today!
FRIDAY, OCT. 18: Community Blood Drive, 1-6 PM at Lima
Town Hall, 7329 Main Street, Lima. Donors must be at least 16
years old, weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and have
not donated within the past 56 days. Call 1-800-GIVE LIFE (1-
800-448-3543) or visit: www.redcrossblood.org.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
We Can Handle
All Types of Plumbing Needs
Water Softeners/Chlorinators/
Well Service/Pumps
New Construction, Remodels
and Repairs
Call (585) 746-9412 any time
Shoemaker Plumbing
Visit www.nundany.org
to keep posted on Nunda events.
NOTES FROM THE NUNDA VILLAGE BOARD
Thank you to the Nunda Chamber of Commerce for all of your
hard work and sponsorship of the First Annual Fall in Nunda
Artisan Show & Sale. A wonderful celebration of the season!
DATES TO REMEMBER
*Monday, October 14th Columbus Day
Village Clerks Offce will be OPEN 9A.M 4:30 P.M.
Village Board Meeting 7:00 P.M.
Public Hearing 7:15 P.M.: Proposed Local Law No. 2 of 2013 -
Local Traffc Laws
*Tuesday, October 15th
Deadline for submission of photos and article ideas highlighting the
Village of Nunda for the Finger Lakes Publication coinciding with the
175th Anniversary Celebration of Incorporation
*Thursday, October 31st Halloween
Trick or Treating will take place on this evening only from 6-8 PM.
WHAT ELSEs
HAPPENING
OCTOBER 18 & 19: Rummage Sale at South Livonia
United Church, 5087 S. Livonia Road. Friday, 9 AM-3 PM;
Saturday, 9 AM-1 PM Bag Sale! Stuff a bag with whatever
you can ft into it for a certain price. Accepting donations for
Rummage Sale until Wednesday, Oct. 16. Place your dona-
tions under our pavilion. Call 734-6784 for information.
OCTOBER 18, 19 & 25, 26: On the Road at the Warsaw
Grange! Join Theatre 101 as we take Its a Sin to Tell a
Lie to join WCBS one-act venue, Fridays & Saturdays,
7:30 PM.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: Ham and Turkey Party, 6 PM at
Seager Werner Post 333, Nunda.
SATURDAY OCT. 19: Craft Sale, Bazaar & Luncheon,
9 AM- 4 PM to beneft Groveland Federated Parish, 6616
Groveland Hill Road, Groveland. Homemade Soup, Sand-
wich & Dessert for $6.00.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: Texas Holdem Tourney at Gaines-
ville Fire Department, 2 East Street, Gainesville. Registration:
Noon-12:50 PM; Games begins at 1 PM. Includes food & re-
freshments. No alcohol allowed. Entry fee-$60. Pay back: Final
Table 6 Spots. For information, call 493-5128.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: Harvest Dinner and Bazaar at York
Presbyterian Church Social Hall, 2662 Main Street, York. Roast
Beef Dinner, 5 PM til ? Adults-$12; Under 12-$6.00; Under
4-free! Takeouts-$12. Bazaar, 3-7 PM in the church narthex.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: Old Fashioned Roast Beef Dinner,
4:30 PM until ?? at Perry First United Methodist Church,
35 Covington Street, Perry. Adults-$10 ($9 pre-sale); Chil-
dren-$5 (age 3-10); Under 3-Free! Take outs and Delivery
available (village only). Call 237-5369 or 519-3999 for
more information.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: Pumpkin Painting, 1 PM at the
Dansville Public Library, 200 Main Street, Dansville. Come
Join the Fun and celebrate the autumn season! For children
ages 3-12 years old. Space is limited for this special event!
Call 335-6720 to register or stop in the library!
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: 2nd Annual Boobie Party, 1-6 PM
at Woodlynn Hills Golf Course, Route 408, Nunda. Breast
Cancer Awareness Fundraiser, Music 6:30-10:30 PM with
DJ Brandon Cramer. 50/50 Raffe, Chinese Auction, Fun
Games this year, FUN pictures by Jaime Davis. No ticket
needed to attend. Raffe tickets on sale now for Ipad & cash
prizes. For questions or donations, call 356-5594.
SUnDAY, OCT. 20: A Nite of Worship and the Word with
special guest Reverend Melody Lavin @ Celebrate! Family
Church, 74 Mount Morris Road (Rte. 36) Leicester. Call
382-9830 or visit: www.iCelebrate.org
PLAnnInG AHEAD
SATURDAY, OCT. 26 The Ossian Historical Society
is sponsoring a Haunted House & Hayride at the Ossian
Community Center on Ossian Hill Road. Hayrides be-
gin-5:30 PM; Haunted House opens-6:00 PM. Cookies and
cider available to purchase. $3.00 per person and includes
the Haunted House, Hayride and a candy treat for children.
Come and join the fun.
SATURDAY, OCT. 26: Annual Fall Christian Mens Fel-
lowship Breakfast, 9 AM at Vasiles Catering & Anastassia
Events, 6440 Pike Street, Portageville. Speaker Sgt. Gary
Beikirch, Vietnam Medic and Medal of Honor Recipient.
Menu: scrambled eggs, buttermilk pancakes, homefries,
sausage, bacon, pastries & quick breads, coffee, tea, juices.
$11.00 includes tip. All men welcome, bring some friends.
Come enjoy the fellowship. Reservation Needed! Call Bob
Weir, 585-468-5515 or Tom Howe, 585-476-2671.
Hot Chocolate
& Cool Music
A delightful evening
of music by
Dr. Jeffery Thompson
followed by hot drinks
and a delicious chocolate
dessert buffet.
Saturday, October 26
7:00 PM

Trinity Church
25 East Street, Nunda, NY
Tickets $7.00
585-468-3850
All-you-can-eat spaghetti
with salad, roll and dessert!
$7 adult
$4 child
under 6 free
4:30-7:00 Dinner
4:30-6:30 Silent Auction
7:00 Live Auction
Wide variety of Sports, Dining, Entertainment, Apparel,
and Craft Items available. Check the website for items:
www.campcherithwny.org
3 miles S from Nunda off NYS Rte. 436
Camp Cherith, Short Tract Rd, Hunt, NY
Tickets available at the door
More information: Diana585-658-4008
Camp Cherith is the camping ministry of Pioneer Clubs

A fundraiser to benet CAMP CHERITH WNY
PUMPKINS @ M&TS EVERYTHINGS: Mums, Fall House and
Garden Flags & more. 1/2 mile north of I-390, exit 6, on Route 36.
Open weekdays, 12 to 5; Weekends, 10 to 5; Closed Mondays.
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
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Be sure to stop by Gatherings for
Pantry Tastings featuring:
Nunda Mustard Kellys Jellies
Hill N Hollow Once Again Nut Butter
SPECIAL..Buy three pantry items from
the same vendor and get the fourth of equal
or less value free!
10 South Parkway, Leicester, New York 14481
(585) 382-9000
October 12th - 7AM - 5PM
October 13th - 10AM - 5PM
October 14th - 10AM - 5PM
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Enjoy specialty coffees, teas, smoothies, homemade pastries
and desserts, artisan sandwiches, soups, salads
and much more!
Plus Artist Demonstration
Trunk Show & Sale
Carli Fournier Collection
Beautiful One of a Kind Jewelry Pieces
SPECIALTY DRINK OF THE
WEEKEND
PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE
Village of Mount Morris
117 Main Street
Mount Morris, New York 14510
(585) 658-4160
Believe in Mount Morris
lThe Village has extended the dead-
line for accepting applications for
a part-time (15 hrs. /week) clerical
position. Applications are available at
the Village offce. Applications must be
returned to the Village offce by Monday,
October 21st, 2013 by 4:00pm. Anyone
who has submitted one already does
not need to re-apply.
lHalloween will be observed on Thurs-
day, October 31, between 6 and 8 pm.
Please be aware, alert and careful
so our children can have a safe and
enjoyable evening.
lThe next regularly scheduled Village
Board meeting will be Monday, October
21st, 6pm in the Village Board room.
l The next brush pick up will be
Monday, October 21, 2013 - please
do not place leaves or other brush in
the roadway.
Village Board Members:
Mayor Joel W. Mike
Trustees Sonya Roberts, Jim Murray,
Geoff Pagano, Joe Christiano























Please Vote For
Patsy Zingaro
for
Mount Morris Town Council


Lifelong Resident of Mount Morris.
Family Oriented, Married to Betty Zingaro.
Past Town of Mount Morris Highway Dept. Employee.
Retired from the Village of Mount Morris with 20
years of continual service as Superintendent of
Streets.
Extensive working knowledge of Town & Village
Finances & Infrastructure & Grant Proposals.
Currently Serving on the Assessment Review, &
Zoning Review Boards.
President of the Mount Morris ItalianFest Committee.
Served as Past Constable for the Town of Mount
Morris.
Past member of the Mount Morris Fire Department,
Active Hose Company.
Past Member and President of the Mount Morris
Kiwanis Club.
Past Member of the Industrial Management Council
of Rochester, New York.
Extensive history of Community Oriented Service
in & for the Town & Village of Mount Morris.



Craft Sale, Bazaar
& Luncheon
Saturday October 19, 2013
9AM - 4PM
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it possible to use the beautiful front porch. He helped on the other tasks
that arose and everything was perfect.
Our second business owner was Tim Knowles of Questa Lasagna
who provided the hors doeuvres at a reduced price. Everything was
great and we ate our fair share.
The other event was the induction of three new members: Mary
DImperio, Lynn Flannagan and Tracy Se. These ladies bring with
them new ideas and the important fun loving spirit. If nothing else, we
all love fun!
Remember that time ies when youre having fun!
Time Flies When Youre Having Fun!
Meeting Monthly,
doing many different
things, we have such
fun that its true, Time
Flies When Youre
Having Fun!
By Marilyn Simons
ada Court Jester
We have gone to lunch when the weather is bad; visited the George Eastman
House which features many photographs and a tour of the house itself with so
many interesting things to see; miniature golf; attended 2 conferences; went to
Frontier Stadium and had lunch at the Dinosaur Barbecue and many more things.
Imagine our surprise when one member asked if this wasnt a big
anniversary, maybe 10 years. No one expected that we had been
together that long. We believed it was because we always had fun.
Jessie Hollingshead and her sister Linda Wray were the founders of
our group and they picked women that they thought would bring something
special to the group. With our big anniversary coming up, a celebration was
planned and it had to be a fancy celebration. Bring on the hors doeuvre
luncheon. Thats pretty fancy. Queen Mother Jessie and Vice Queen
Linda made all the plates.
Once again, two Mount Morris businessmen provided us with much
help. Steve Luick, of the Allegiance Bed and Breakfast, allowed the
use of the picturesque mansion. The weather was warm which made
Its been peoples experience that time moves
fast when you are involved in things. For high school
students, time moves fast towards their graduation or
another year closer to being a senior.
When you are a member of a golf league, the
league begins in the spring with chill still in the air
and the days are getting longer. Suddenly, the days
are getting shorter and it seems the sun isnt as
warm. The same thing has happened to the Purple
Ladies By a Dam Site.

MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
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The children of
Lawrence G. Gerace
would like to acknowledge those who sent
cards, visited or made a donation of fowers,
money or food, or came to celebrate the
life of an exceptional World War II Veteran
and a life-long community patriot.
We would like to thank Bill DAngelo and
his staff for the fne service. Also, VFW
Post 5005 and American Legion Post 271
for their service.
Thank you to the Silent Honor Guard
Rochester for the folding of the American
Flag, and Patriot Guard Region 1 and Frank Shiah for getting the fag on
such short notice.
To Dave Harcleroad for the invocation.
To VFW Post 547 Mount Morris for use of the Bingo Hall, American
Legion Post 354 and Ray Snyder for the tribute, Sonyea Legion Post 1341
and Ken Leone for his great contribution of help during this
diffcult time.
To Reverend B. Dan, Michael Donovan, Vicki Jo Weidman, Tim Burns,
Kelly Jo Eastman, Bernice Powers McCallom and Melissa Haynes at Saint
Patricks Mass.
Special thanks to Tracy Eastman for her fne service at the Bingo Hall.
Finally, to our sister Vicky Blair for her selfess devotion to our father
during his failing years.
The greatest source of joy and pride to our father was his grandchildren
and great grandchildren, six of whom carried dad to his eternal rest. Ross
Gerace, Paul Zangerle, Josh Zangerle, Jacob Zangerle, Brian Eastman,
Jeremy Blair!
Loving gratitude for the photo memorial so aptly done by Lindsay
Eastman. Special acknowledgment to Seymour Chemical Company,
Mount Morris Fire Department for their dignifed presentation.
Thank you to Tom Dougherty and Matt Bean for their show of respect.
We are truly blessed by the love and concern shown to us by so many.
It gives us comfort and peace to know our father impacted and touched so
many lives, not only in our country, but in our community as well.
Saturday,
October 19th
6:00 PM
HAM &
TURKEY
PARTY
Seager Werner
Post 333
Nunda
Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm
Saturday 9 am-1 pm
C&H AUTO REPAIR
LOCAL FRIENDLY RELIABLE
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Mount Morris
658-3220
Athlete of the Week
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Buffalo Chicken
$5.00 thru 10/19/13
2010 Doctors Associates Inc. SUBWAY is a registered trademark
of Doctors Associates Inc. Not valid with any other discount or offer.
Valid at the Geneseo, NY location only. No substitutions allowed. No
cash value. Not for resale. Plus tax where applicable.
4243 Lakeville Road, Geneseo
Ryan Snyder, an 8th grader at Keshequa
is competing in his second year of Varsity
Cross-Country. He completed his first first-
place team finish at the McQuaid Invitational.
Known for his fast-paced workouts and strong
finishing kick, Ryan is having a breakout year.
Ryan is the son of Renata and Chad Snyder of
Nunda. ~ Congratulations Ryan! ~
G R O V E R S A P P L I A N C E : A p p l i a n c e S a l e s & S e r v i c e . F a c t o r y
A u t h o r i z e d a n d T r a i n e d . F u l l y I n s u r e d W i t h O v e r 3 0 Y e a r s E x -
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CALL LORRAINES CUSTOM ALTERATIONS for all of your
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
ITS TIME FOR
A CHANGE
Dedicated
Committedtothepeople
Reliable
Responsible
Honest
Respectable
Organized
Make your vote count!!
Please vote on November 5, 2013.
SaraJoYencer
Sara Jo
YENCER
TOWN CLERK
Elect
Douglass
(585) 468-2458
EAST STREET NUNDA
Facility No. 5260024 www.douglassford.com
2014 Ford
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Lou Pierce at 468-2314
Fresh Fruits
&
Vegetables
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Brought to you by
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Security Coalition
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25
5 pm til gone at Nunda Kiwanis Park
NOTICE
The Town of Nunda has currently hired
for the position of Assessor,
Brian Knapp.
Brian will be available on Thursdays from 6:00 PM
to 9:00PM. Brians Assessor Clerk will be Stephanie
Knapp and she will be available on Thursdays from
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at the Nunda Government
Center, 4 Massachusetts St., PO Box 699, Nunda NY,
14517, and 585-468-5184. You can also contact the
Town Clerk with any questions or concerns Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM
and on Wednesdays from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the
Nunda Government Center 585-468-5177.
By Order of the Nunda Town Board
FURNITURE REFINISHING by Tom Maracle. Make your old
wood furniture and kitchen cabinets look new again. Dansville,
(585) 335-3556.
2004 SILVERADO PA rust-free truck, 5.3 V-8, extended cab, 4x4.
Inspected and serviced, PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.
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It Pay$ to advertI$e
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New or experienced agents welcomed (no fees)!!
Mike ODell Broker
519-2588
Hometown Professionals
Over 26 Years Experience
Serving Always, Town Supervisor Chuck DiPasquale,
Town Clerk Christie Murphy and Town Councilmen
Dave DiSalvo, Bob Ossont and Don Huff
TOWN OF MOUNT MORRIS
103 Main Street, Mount Morris
(585) 658-2730
Francis Bellamy
His word became a nations pledge!
A Note from the Highway Superintendent
A sincere Thank You to Milt Smith and
Ed Haefner for your assistance during my
transition from Town Councilman to Town
Highway Superintendent; I greatly appreciate
your support. Thanks to a team effort, the
Town Highway Department has
accomplished numerous undertakings
in a very effcient manner.
Sincerely,
Sam Cipriano
Columbus Day
The Town Clerks Offce will be CLOSED
Monday October 14, 2013
in honor of Columbus Day.
Have a safe and enjoyable
holiday weekend.
York Central School District
Business Offce
Notice of Sale
2004 Chevy Impala
The York Central School District is accepting
sealed bids on the following item:
1 2004 Chevy Impala.
The vehicle has approximately 174,000 miles.
The vehicle is sold in as is condition.
Bids will be accepted until 10:30 am,
Wednesday, October 16, 2013, in the District
Business Offce, 2578 Genesee Street,
PO Box 102, Retsof, NY 14539. Bids are to
be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly
marked on the outside 2004 Chevy Impala.
Potential bidders may inspect the vehicle by
contacting Carol Carlin, Transportation Supervi-
sor, at (585) 243-3175 Monday through Friday
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
The Board of Education reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Terms are cash or bank check.
Harks Sugar Shanty
11415 County Road 16, Dalton
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Winter Squash Maple Products
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write your purchase offer? Of course not. Have your own agent
work only for you. Call ONE STOP HOUSE HUNTING, Nunda, NY.
We represent only buyers, and our services are FREE on all of the
thousands of properties listed in the local MLS. Email onestophh@
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Whirlpool Dryer
7.0 cu. ft. capacity
40-minute Wrinkle Shield
option
4 Temperatures
Reversible side-swing door
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Care Control temperature
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Quiet Spin technology
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499
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Stylish electronic controls are easy to clean
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2 oven racks
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LAWSON
SAND & GRAVEL, INC.
Route 70, Dalton, N.Y. 14836
FULLY INSURED
REASONABLE RATES
(585) 476-2711
Bulldozing
Backhoe Work
Ponds
Grading
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Site Work
Driveways
Septic Systems
Bank Run Gravel
Screened Gravel
Crushed Gravel
Oversize Stone
Washed Stone
Mason Sand
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MOUNT MORRIS CENTRAL
SCHOOL MENU for Grades K-12
uOCTOBER 14 - 18 u
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL - COLUMBUS DAY
TUESDAY: Turkey or Ham Sub w/ Cheese, Lettuce &
Tomato, Whole Grain Sunchips, Baby Carrots w/Dip,
Mandarin Oranges, Fresh Fruit, Milk.
WEDNESDAY: Popcorn Chicken, Tater Tots, Seasoned
Corn, Sliced Peach Cup, Fresh Fruit, Milk.
THURSDAY: Cheeseburger on Whole Wheat Bun,
Oven Fries, Seasoned Green Beans, Assorted Fruit
Cup, Fresh Fruit, Milk.
FRIDAY: Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza, Black Bean
Salad, Pineapple Cup, Fresh Fruit, Milk.
NEW LUNCH PRICING
Grades K-2 - $1.75 Grades 3-12 - $2.00
Reduced - 25
Breakfast: Grades K-12 $1.25
Reduced - 25
Call 658-5001
Barb Popp, Food Service Manager
bpopp@mtmorriscsd.org
Laurie Cutcliffe, On-Site Manager
Breakfast Daily Choices:
Assorted Yogurt, Bagels,
Granola Bars, Cereal, Low Fat
White, Chocolate or Strawberry
Milk, Juice and Fresh Fruit
Lunch Daily Choices:
Fresh Garden Salads, Assorted
Sandwiches, Assorted Fresh
Fruits, Low Fat Chocolate,
Strawberry and White Milk
Menus are
subject
to change
monthly
You may apply for the free/reduced meal
program any time during the school year.
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FOR RENT: Brand new 1 bedroom trailer with garage. Village
Nunda. Call 468-2189 or 519-3440.
ISAIAH 1 VERSE 19: If ye be willing and obedient, ye shall eat
the good of the land. Grace and Mercy Faith Outreach, 54 Main
Street, Mount Morris.
THOUSANDS OF CDs for $1.00 (One Dollar): Country, Rock,
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
DON BLISS
Septic Service
585-437-2493
Rushford
Vacuum Pumping
of Septic Tanks
WE LOVE GARBAGE:
Livingston County
Residents, let us keep
you clean! We supply
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we recycle.
Call Morgans Waste at
(585) 335-6099.
Attention: Homeowners,
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NOTICE
PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION
180 Main Street, Mount Morris, NY
Selling Sunday, November 3, 2013 @ 3 PM
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Comfortable two family home located in a nice village lot
measuring 60 ft x 165 ft. Apartment 1 has two bedrooms,
and one bath; Apartment 2 has one bedroom and one bath.
Home has separate utiltities and with many updates. Good
location near business district! Seller has owned property
for many years and is ready to sell!
OPEN HOUSES: Tuesday, October 22, 5-6 pm
Sunday, October 27, Noon-2 pm
Auction conducted at property site by licensed real estate brokers:
Pirrung Auctioneers, Inc. Thomas P. Wamp
(585) 728-2520 (585) 335-8660
Visit our websites for details, pictures and terms of sale
www.pirrunginc.com www.tomwamp.com
Monday-Friday: 8am-6pm
Saturday: By appointment!
3 Complete Auto Repair
3NYS Inspection Station
3Performance Parts
3Fully stocked store of welding
supplies including tank exchanges
15 years
experience
All Major
Credit Cards
Accepted
Brad Penn Racing Oil
Stop in for all your
High Performance
and Race Car Needs at
GG&H Motorsports
(same building)
Beamers Sales & Service
4369 York Road, Leicester, NY
(585) 382-3002
GEORGE CASTEEL: Decks - Remodeling, Replacement Win-
dows, Blown Insulation. (585) 658-3863 or 322-5931.
FOR RENT IN NUNDA: Upstairs two bedroom apartment. All com-
pletely remodeled. New kitchen with all appliances, new windows
and patio door, new carpet and paint. Washer and dryer hookup.
NO SMOKERS OR PETS. First, last and security deposit required.
Total electric apartment. Can be seen by calling my Verizon cell at
1-315-427-5669. Photos can be emailed.
CASH PAID FOR YOUR JUNK CARS. Call Benny anytime at
468-5551. ID No. 7090520. Now buying Copper & Aluminum. Have
Scales.
5-HOUR COURSE REQUIRED FOR DRIVERS TEST: Offered
Approximately Every Two Weeks in Geneseo, Dansville. For dates
and details: www.driverdon.com or 607-566-8507. Driver Dons
Driving School, Avoca.
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7,000
HOUSEHOLDS
Would be reading
your HELP WANTED
ad right now if it
was placed in our
Job Opportunity
section.
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The Family of Nancy Thompson would like to thank our family,
friends, Trinity Church family, and the Nunda-Dalton community
for their support during our recent loss. Our gratitude goes to
Anastasia Events for the wonderful meal, Kathys Country Florist
for the beautiful fowers, and Mann Funeral Home for the
arrangements. Thank you to Rev. Duttweiler and Dr. Kingdon
for their words of blessing, prayers, and touching service. Thank
you to everyone that helped provide the meal at Trinity Church
between calling hours. Thank you for the visits and phone calls
while Nancy was in the hospital. We have received an
overwhelming number of cards and delicious food while Nancy
was in the hospital and since her passing. We will miss her terribly,
but she left us with many wonderful memories. Your thoughts,
prayers, and acts of kindness were greatly appreciated.
The Family of Nancy Thompson
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Musical History of WWII
Sing-along with Pianist Geoffrey Clough
October 22, 2013, 7 p.m.
West Sparta Town Hall
8302 Kysorville-Byersville Road, Dansville, NY 14437
Public Welcome, Free.Light Refreshments.
Donations benefit West Sparta Historical Society
For more information contact:
585-335-5094 or click on Historical Society at
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THOMAS PROVO OWNER - MANAGER
Weekday Happy Hour
from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Open daily at noon to 11:00 pm or later
Kitchens open till 10:00 pm
Takeout available,
call ahead ordering and seating
Kids 5 and under eat free
Free WIFI
Prices subject to change
without prior notice
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Sunday
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All Day Appetizer Specials
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$1.00 Bud Light Draft,
$2.00 Domestic Bottle and
$3.00 Well Drinks
Monday
Starting at 7:00 pm
APPETIZER SPECIALS
(dine in only)
$1.00 Bud Light Draft,
$2.00 Domestic Bottle and
$3.00 Well Drinks
Wednesday
Starting at 6:00 pm
LADIES NIGHT
$2.00 Cosmos,
$3.00 House Wines,
$4.00 Long Islands Ice Tea
Thursday
50 WING NIGHT
(dine in only)
Friday
NORTH ATLANTIC
FISH FRY
G
reat food,
great drinks, great tim
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Your Locally O
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eighborhood
B
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YS LOTTO
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Hometown Choice
Each Office Independently
Owned and Operated
5989 Big Tree Road
Lakeville, NY 14480
www.hometn.com
Dawn LoPresto
794-6887
MT. MORRIS: OPEN SUN., 10/13,
1-3PM. 6863 Mt. Morris/Nunda
Rd. Beautiful country setting with
stunning views. Lots of updates!
Mostly new windows, brand new
roof & fresh paint. New electric
baseboard heat but the owners
love to use the pellet stove and
woodstove. Huge garage!
$99,900.
www.conesuslake.com
Saturday, Oct. 19
1-3 pm
at
Sonyea
American Legion Hall
Rte. 36, Sonyea
Groveland Fire Dept.
Fire Truck Display
Games
Sponsored by
Hally Allen
Ladies Auxiliary
Call 658-2620
for information Treats
Donuts Cider
Trunk
or
Treat
SHEDSBYFISHER.COM Visit
website to see pricing and
shed styles. 585-382-9580.
FOR RENT IN PERRY: Be part
of Perrys revitalized down-
town scene that has seen 27
new businesses and over 80
new people working downtown
since 2005! OPTION ONE:
1,636 SF of space for com-
mercial, retail, offce use, Main
Street. Currently laid out with
large front reception area, con-
ference room and three offc-
es, plus bathroom and kitchen-
ette. Heat, A/C. OPTION TWO:
1,166 SF available Novem-
ber, currently Curves. Lake
Street frontage. Carpeted,
bathroom, heat, A/C. OPTION
THREE: 516 SF for offce, stu-
dio, business use on 2nd foor.
3-room suite with large win-
dows, utilities included for
$365/mo. All three in renovated
Rufus Smith Building, can build
to suit. Contact Rick at 585-
237-2614 or pny@insitearch.
com
FOR RENT: 40 acres of Farmland, 1 mile south of Dalton. Tom
Timothy. Call 704-8130.
TREAT YOUR WINDOWS: Draperies, valances, shutters,
blinds, glare control shades, etc. Parts & repairs...FREE es-
timates. Donna Westacott 768-2217
TWO BEDROOM HALF-HOUSE FOR RENT: on Route 408,
Keshequa Schools, No Pets, Call ONE STOP HOUSE HUNTING,
Nunda, 585-468-3882.
WE BUY USED GUNS: all conditions. Come see us at 37 S.
Main St. Perry or call 585-969-7067. Silver Trail Outftters
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
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It Pay$ to adverti$e
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
Its not to early to start
thinking about the hunting camp
Happily bringing bathrooms
into the woods within a
50 mile radius of Hornell.
Co-owner/tech
607.324.5015
Order your septic cleaning today! In a
couple of months, the ground will be frozen.
1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Q and D Management
800-848-8569
800-662-1220-TDD
NYS Relay Line 711
Mt. Morris Country Estates
12 Columbus Ave. Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Age 62 years or older;
Disabled, regardless of age; Income Qualifcations.
Accessible Units Off Street Parking Laundry on Premises
Appliances & Carpeting Community Room Professionally Managed
We maintain landscaping, trash removal, common area cleaning & snowplowing.
For information please call for an application
1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Q and D Management
800-848-8569
800-662-1220-TDD
NYS Relay Line 711
Mt. Morris Country Estates
12 Columbus Ave. Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Age 62 years or older;
Disabled, regardless of age; Income Qualifcations.
Accessible Units Off Street Parking Laundry on Premises
Appliances & Carpeting Community Room Professionally Managed
We maintain landscaping, trash removal, common area cleaning & snowplowing.
For information please call for an application
Rent based on 30% of adjusted gross income.
1 bedroom apartments
accepting applications
mt. morris country estates
12 Columbus Ave. Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Livingston County Board of Elections
6 Court Street, Room 104
Geneseo NY 14454
Phone: 585-243-7090 or 585-335-1705
The Livingston County Board of Elections will be open the
following hours in addition to the regular weekday office
hours of 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM to assist registered voters in
obtaining ABSENTEE BALLOTS if they will be out of the
county on Election Day, Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Tuesday, October 22nd - 4:30 PM to 7 PM
Thursday, October 24th - 4:30 PM to 7 PM
Saturday, October 26th - 8:30 AM to Noon
Monday, October 28th - 4:30 PM to 7 PM
Wednesday, October 30th - 4:30 PM to 7 PM
Saturday, November 2nd - 8:30 AM to Noon
Qualifications to Vote by Absentee Ballot
Absent from Livingston County on Election Day.
Unable to appear at the polls due to temporary or
permanent illness or disability; or because you are the
primary care giver of one or more individuals who are ill or
physically disabled.
A patient in a Veterans Administration Hospital.
Detained in jail awaiting Grand Jury action or confined
in prison after conviction for an offense other than a felony.
Who may apply for an absentee ballot?
Each person must apply for themselves. It is a felony to make
a false statement in an application for an absentee ballot, to
attempt to cast an illegal ballot, or to help anyone to cast an
illegal ballot.
Applications may be mailed up until seven days before the
election, or hand-delivered to your county board of elections
by the day before the election.
A voter cannot submit an application online or by fax, an
original signature is required. Please note that a power of
attorney or printed name stamp is not allowed for any voting
purpose.
Election Day is November 5, 2013, polling sites will be open
from 6 AM to 9 PM.
VOTE!
Letchworth
Family Medicine
Patients Only
Wed., October 9 8:00 to 11:30 am
1:30 to 6:00 pm
Fri., October 11 7:00 am to noon
Wed., October 16 1:30 to 5:00 pm
Now children under 12 yrs. of age
No appointment
necessary. Just come
in during hours listed.
Health insurance
will be billed. If no
coverage you will be
billed for the balance.
3 Handley St. Perry 237-3227
Clinic
STOR YOUR STUFF!! In the process of moving?? MONTH-
LY STORAGE for ALL your STUFF!! Call PERRY PUBLIC
STORAGE NOW!! (585) 237-2440.
WANTED: Standing timber & logs, actively seeking all spe-
cies of timber! Hardwood, red & white pine, larch & hemlock.
Guaranteed to beat any legitimate offer. A+ rating by the
BBB, fully insured, no heavy equipment. Browns Logging.
585-610-0627
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
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................It Pay$ to adverti$e
Re-Elect
Terrence Grant
to the
Leicester Town Board
Family Man:
Married 24 years to Mary Grant.
Daughter Ashley is a senior at Daeman College, Amherst, NY
Education: Degrees from Community College of the Air
Force, Central Texas College, and State University of New
York at Brockport. While in college, I served as an intern for
Congressman Barber B. Conable, Jr.
Paid for by Friends of Terrence Grant
Veteran:
United States Air Force Security Policeman (April 1981-April 1987)
Stationed in Washington DC & Frankfort, Germany.
Received Humanitarian Service Award for aiding in the rescue of Air Florida, Flight 90.
I am also a member of the American Legion
Business Man:
Self employed dairy farmer (1987-1998)
Transportation Planner for Eastman Kodak and Carestream Health (1998-present)
My wife and I also own a small farm on York Road, where we raise dairy replacement heifers
that our daughter Ashley shows at county fairs and state and national Holstein shows.
Community Service:
Served as the Village of Caledonia Justice (1988-1992)
Served as the Town of Caledonia Justice (1992-1996)
Chairman of the Leicester Republican Committee (2006-present)
Serve on the Leicester Town Board (2010-present)
Deputy Town Supervisor to Supervisor Lisa Semmel (2013)
Guest columnist of articles of historical intrest for the Livingston County News
Since buying the home of Sid and Lee Perkins on York Road, my community
involvement has included serving on Leicester Historian Tom Roffes community committee
that worked to save the park in the Village of Leicester. I also served as liaison between
Mr. Roffe and Congressman Tom Reynolds Office to help put the Boyd-Parker Park in
Cuylerville on the New York Heritagemap, and I was the originator of the Winter
Wonderlandholiday festival in Leicester, which was incorporated with Supervisor Semmels
Christmas Tree Program.
OPEN NOW TILL DEC. 15
th
WINEMAKERS
MANY VARIETIES
GRAPE JUICE
Plus Blackberry, Blueberry, Strawberry,
Red Raspberry, Cranberry, Peach,
Plum, Cherry & Rhubarb
4 miles West of Forestville
on N.Y. ROUTE 39
5 miles East of Fredonia,
2 miles Off Rt. 20
Phone: 716-679-1292
Sun., Mon., Tues., 9am-5pm;
Wed. 9am-7pm;
Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 9am-5pm
Reduced Hours after Oct. 28
th
WALKERS
FRUIT FARMS WINE JUICE
All Juices 21% Sugar
No Sugar Required for
EXCELLENT DRY WINES
Glass & Plastic Carboys
Plastic Barrels
(Sold with Juice Only)
WINEMAKING SUPPLIES
SAMPLE OUR HOMEMADE WINES
(Free advice for beginners)
250 N. Main St. nWarsaw n786-3614 n www.r-realty.net
585 786-3614
Open House
Sat. Oct. 12 & Mon. Oct. 14 from 12 to 4 pm
103 Gardeau St., Perry: Beauti-
ful ranch in the Village of Perry, but
with a country feel. All windows have
been replaced with new, wall to wall
carpeting in livingroom/diningroom,
new granite kitchen counters, sink, ceramic tile. 3 full baths, This
is perfect for those who want to downsize but have an extended
family that visits:) Room for everyone! $129,000.
BETTER HOMES
BETTER HOMES
Mon, Tues, Wed 9-5/Thurs & Fri 9-7/Sat 9-5
13 Ossian Street,
Dansville, NY 14437 Phone: 585-335-8430
Bill and Pam Horton - Owners
For The Quality, Comfort And Style You Deserve
585-335-9211
Pet Boarding Available
4443 Stoner Hill Road, West Sparta
DOG GROOMING
Certified
Professional
Groomer
Seniors $ave 10%
NUNDA 4 BEDROOM HALF-HOUSE FOR RENT: Upstairs 4 Bed-
room with Washer/Dryer hookup at 9 Seward Street, No Pets, ONE
STOP HOUSE HUNTING, Nunda, 585-468-3882.
EASTMAN TREE SERVICE: Complete tree care includes
tree trimming & removal with 75 bucket truck. Stump grind-
ing-Free Estimates. Fully insured. Seasoned Firewood For
Sale. 786-8221
WANTED TO BUY - COINS & CURRENCY. Private Collector buying
old U.S. coins, currency, collections. Top prices paid. Appraisals/
Estimates. Honeoye, 585-322-5909.
STOP RENTI NG! Own a
BRAND NEW 3 bedrooms
manufactured home for as
little as $679/ month plus
WE HELP PAY YOUR HOME
LOAN. Friendly fnancing. Low
money down. Call AGL Homes
for details today! 315-462-9401
or 585-226-2727.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
FAMILY FURNITURE
&URNITUREs"EDDINGs&LOOR#OVERING
In Downtown Perry
Since 1946
Phone: (585) 237-6138
Hours: Mon./Tues. 9:00 -5:30; Wed. 9:00-12:30; Thurs./Fri. 9:00-7:00; Sat. 9:00-4:00
www.FamilyFurniturePerry.com
Special Financing
Available
See store for details
Ambience Firm
$
429
95 Queen
Set
Twin Set ................. $289.95
Full Set .................... $379.95
King Set ................. $669.95
Kingswood
Luxury or Firm
$
569
95
Twin Set ....................$379.95
Full Set .......................$479.95
King Set .................... $759.95
Queen
Set
Dorchester
Luxury
$
749
95
Twin Set ................. $ 479.95
Full Set .................... $ 669.95
King Set .................. $1049.95
Queen
Set
Meadowbrook
Luxury or Firm
$
849
95
Twin Set .................. $569.95
Full Set ..................... $759.95
King Set ................ $1139.95
Queen
Set
Family Furnitures
$
599
95
Save
and
More!
7
0
%
on discontinued Mattress Sets!
Hurry In! Quantities
are limited!
Prices good through 10/19/13
Rochelle
Luxury
$
949
95
Twin Set .................. $699.95
Full Set ..................... $869.95
King Set ................ $1249.95
Queen
Set
Evening Star
Luxury or Firm
$
1049
95
Twin Set .................. $749.95
Full Set ..................... $949.95
King Set ................ $1399.95
Queen
Set
Blue Lagoon 9
Memory Foam EcoGel
$
1199
95 Queen
Set
Blue Essence 11
Memory Foam EcoGel
$
1599
95
Twin XL Set ........... $1139.95
Full Set ................... $1569.95
King Set ................ $1999.95
Queen
Set
Twin Set .................. $919.95
Twin XL Set .............. $949.95
Full Set ................... $1179.95
King Set ................ $1599.95
This is just a partial list of mattresses
to choose from
Doctors of Audiology
Elizabeth Orlando,
Au.D.
Sue DeBruyne,
Au.D.
Geneseo ~ 585.286.3664
Noyes Health Services
50 E. South St., Ste. 400A
Henrietta ~ 585.359.4987
Calkins Health Commons
125 Red Creek Dr., Ste. 220
Inviting NEW Patients
9 Chapel Street, Mount Morris
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Gently Used and New
Merchandise at Bargain Prices
Every Wednesday,
25% off entire purchase
Ulti Ultimate Bargains
Thrift Shoppe
Open: Tues-Thurs 10-5; Fri & Sat 10-5
Closed Sunday & Monday
BUILD A NEW HOME AT AN
AFFORDABLE PRICE! Tru-
Build Homes can build this
plan on your lot for only
$132,500. The design features:
1344 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 1.5
baths, full basement founda-
tion w/ excavation, 95% high
efficiency forced air heating
system, large screened in
porch, cherry kitchen with
custom built island, wrap
around deck, and much more.
We will work to get you into
your brand new home on your
budget. No hidden costs, no
unexpected surprises!
Call for a free consultation:
585-455-7023
www.tru-buildhomes.com
NUNDA SELF-STORAGE
476-5950 or 476-2215
Discount For
1 YEAR LEASES
6 x 10..........$43
6 x 17..........$50
10 x 10........$50
10 x 20........$85
Lowest Rates in the Area
NEWLY REMODELED! Nice 2
Bedroom/ 1 Bath mobile home.
Great community near Letch-
worth State park., just outside
the Village of Mt.Morris and
just 10 minutes from Geneseo.
York schools. Only $14,900.
Financing available. 585-226-
2727 or 585-259-6099.
HOLES DRILLED: For pole
buildings, mobile homes, fenc-
ing, etc. Reasonable rates.
The Hole works. (585)493-
5274.
READ EVERY AD!
READ EVERY AD!
READ EVERY AD!
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
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Osage Golf Driving Range
7291 Creek Road Mount Morris, New York
Putting Chipping
Two Golf Holes To Play
Hiking Trail
Friday(Starts 6pm)
3 hours $12/person 2 hours $9/person
Saturday nights:
6pm to 8pm $8/person 8pm to 10pm $10/person
10pm to 12am $10/person
12am to 2am $8/person
*Reservations Highly Recommended*
All Include Bowling & Shoe Rental
New for Kids - Every Sat. Night
Bouncy House 6-7:30pm
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Saturday Night Special


Glow Bowling
Rte. 19A, Portageville
585-468-2166
The place to go ...
When you're going out.
Letchworth Pines
www.LetchworthPines.com
OPEN AT NOON EVERYDAY
Check Out Our Specials!
Mon
Tues
$10.95 NY Strip
or Crab Legs
99
Tacos
Fri
Awesome
Fish Fry
Sat
Pizza Combo
$1.99 Beef
on Weck
Wed
Sun
Rack of Ribs
39
Wings
Thurs
Fridays (10pm-close)
Saturday Night Special
6pm to 8pm $8/person
8pm to 10pm $10/person
10pm to 12pm $10/person
12am-2am $10/person
Reservations Recommended All Include Bowling & Shoe Rental
Every Saturday * Noon - 8pm
Glow Bowling
B
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B
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Parties
are a
Blast!
2 Hours: $10/person 3 Hours: $13/person
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Sat. Oct. 19
Double Cross
We can protect your ASH TREES from Emerald Ash Borers
KOCH SPRAYING SERVICE, INC.
CLUSTER FLIES?
DON'T BE BOTHERED!
Spiders, Bees, Wasps & Box Elder Bugs
CALL 585-243-4515
Cell 585-721-PEST (7378)
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CLIP & SAVE
Josephine Koch, Owner
The Fly Lady
CAN YA DIG IT? YES WE CAN!
Complete Excavating Service
Commercial & Residential
BACKHOE
DOZER
TRUCKING
40+ Years
Experience
(585) 468-2619
(585) 261-2725
Gary Hotchkiss
Owner/Operator
HUSKY CONTRACTING
Attention Farmers-When youre thinking about your insu-
rance coverages, remember to call Harts Insurance Agency
in Perry for a second opinion. 585-237-2126 or 1-800-722-
1877. You will be glad you did! The Standard of Excellence
Since 1877.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
(716) 372-2059 (716) 474-9244 (716) 372-5059
Country Estate Auction
Sat., October 12th 10:01am
Complete Estate of Roland Baker
10051 Fair Street
Dalton, New York
* Real Estate * Antiques * Tools * Dozer * Household Goods *
REAL ESTATE (will be sold at 12 Noon): 3 Bedroom, 2-story
home on large lot - 2-story barn/garage with upstairs apartment
and built-in mechanic pit in floor. Call for private viewing. Real
Estate terms: Cash sale - no contingencies - 10% buyers premium
- Opening bid of $25,000.
HIGHLIGHTS:
1956 J.D. Crawler - Model 420-0-Serial #88044 with original
manuals (nice); 1952 Ford 1 ton dump- 5-3- original and
restorable!!!; 1971 Mercury Brougham - nice car. Rebuilt engine
(not in car; sells with it)
GARAGE AND TOOLS:
Quantity of lumber; H.D. jacks; milk cans; shelving; ladders; log
chains; garden tools; chainsaws; push mower; scaffolding; chain fall;
bench grinder; air tools; hand tools; sockets; wrenches; clamps;
beam drill; ext. ladders; H.D. vise; wooden pulleys; organizers; lots
of miscellaneous Two-story garage full!!!
ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES/HOUSEHOLD GOODS:
Large oval Victorian marble top table; hanging kitchen lamps;
fabulous cherry tall case clock - Charles R. Sligh with brass
works/weight - very large and impressive; arts and crafts light
fixtures; R.R. lanterns; ornate and fancy high-back pump organ; arts
and craft clock; corner crystal curios; sterling misc.; military items;
Stanley 45 plane; numerous wooden molding planes; carpenters
tool chest; old saws; old levels; OAK regulator clock; hot pins/
holder; vintage paintings; Depression glass; early transits - Keuffel
and Esser - Gurley with original boxes; encampment medals/
ribbons (full showcase) step-back youth cupboard; Ruby glassware;
old kitchen bric-a-brac; postcards; auto repair manuals; old books;
large wooden butter bowl w/ paddle; deer mount; vintage buttons;
stoneware; crocks; jugs; churns; Lincoln bookends; med. cabinet;
covered butter dishes; S&P collection; Nippon chocolate pots; hand
painted china; kitchen Hoosier cupboard; silver plate items; large
crout crocks; Michigan brass country store cash register; marbles;
kitchenware; cherry drop leaf table; old bottles; wooden trencher in
old blue paint; Hess toy trucks; trunks; commodes; old dresses; old
furniture parts; threaded sewing machines; Griswold mailbox;
wooden paint pole; rope bed; wooden adv. boxes; canning jars;
clocks; clock parts; clock cases; O.G. clocks; old radios; old
cupboards; old tables/stands; football cards; political buttons;
Cracker Jack prizes; miscellaneous coins; old receipt book; picture
frames; vintage chairs/rockers; chimney cupboard; cast kettles; old
beds; old settees - attic is full.
TERMS:
Cash/check/credit cards - 10% buyers premium applied - all sales
final. Removal sale day only.
Lic. #AU-003527-L
ANNUAL FALL FEEDER CATTLE AND
BEEF REPLACEMENT SALE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18TH 5:30 P.M.
Animals will be accepted at the barn on Thursday,
October 17th until 8:00 p.m. and all day Friday until
4:00PM. Cows that need to be vet checked should
be at the barn by 1:00 p.m. on Friday.
Early Consignments:
15 - Angus Feeders consisting of:
5 - 350-400# Heifers and 10 - 500-600# Bulls
30 - 500-700# Angus Steers and Heifers
CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME
Sue Rudgers, Manager
607-776-2000 or 585-447-3842
Jonathan Lubic, Operations Manager 585-250-2032
7418 ROUTE 415N BATH, NY
Friday, October 18 1-6 PM
Lima Town Hall
7329 Main Street, Lima
Monday, October 21 2-7 PM
Livingston County Government Center
6 Court Street, Geneseo
Monday, October 21 3-6 PM
Conesus United Church
6199 South Livonia Road, Conesus
Tuesday, October 22 1-6:30 PM
Avon Veterans Hall
5480 Avon- E. Avon Road, Avon
DONATE BLOOD
IN OCTOBER
For information, contact
the American Red Cross at
1-800-GIVE LIFE
(1-800-448-3543)
or log onto
www.redcrossblood.org
To donate blood, donors must be at least 16 years old,
weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good health, and have
not donated within the past 56 days. Giving blood
usually takes less than an hour.
GREGG FRUIT FARM: U-pick only grapes; Concord, Niag-
ara, Steuben & Edelweiss. Seedless Concord & Reliance. U-
pick apples: Honeycrisp, Cortland, Crispin, Idared, Northern
Spy, Red Spy, Gala, Empire, Jonagold. U-pick open Thurs.
thru Monday, bring containers. Closed Tuesday & Wednes-
day. Stand open 7 days per week-hours 8AM-6PM. 4930
Middle Reservation Rd., between Perry and Castile, South of
Castile Cntr. Rd. (which is off Route 39) 585-493-5281.
SHEDSBYFISHER.COM Locally built. Quality Wood and Vi-
nyl Sheds. 585-382-9580
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2013
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Church Choices
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: Saint Lucys Church, Retsof invites you to
Saturday-4 PM Evening Mass. Call 243-1100.
*SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Dansville Quaker Worship Group, 14 Battle
Street (at Growing Places), Dansville. Worship, 10-11 AM, 1st &
3rd Sundays, Childrens program. Call 468-5274 or www.nyym.org/
dansville. Under care of Alfred Friends Meeting, www.nyym.org/
alfred. Seekers & newcomers welcome.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: First Presbyterian Church Tuscarora, 8082
Main Street. Sunday Worship Service-9:30 AM; Sunday School-10AM.
All welcome. Pastor Stewart Buisch. Call 658-9860.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Geneseo United Methodist Church, Rt. 63 &
Court Street, Geneseo. Contemporary Worship-8:30 AM; Traditional
Worship-10:30 AM (coffee hour between services). Sunday School
(all ages)-9:30 AM. Nursery care. Handicap accessible. Reverend Dr.
Keith Griswold. Call 243-3160.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Groveland Federated Parish, 6616 Groveland
Hill Road. Sunday Worship-10 AM, with Sunday School; A Method-
ist/Presbyterian Community. All welcome. 243-2638.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Holy Angels Church, 45 Church Street, Nunda
welcomes you to 8:15 AM Morning Mass. Call 243-1100.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Harvest International Family Church - A Su-
pernatural Experience! 4647 Reservoir Road, Geneseo. Pastors Bob
& Kathy Campbell. Sunday Worship-10 AM, Childrens Church dur-
ing service, infant-6th grade. HIFC@frontiernet.net. Call 243-9280.
www.hifc.org. www.booksandgiftstogo.org.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Leicester Union Presbyterian Church, 161
Main Street, Worship Service-10:30 AM. Pastor David Missel. Call
382-3311.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Nunda United Methodist Church, 30 East
Street, Nunda. Sunday Worship-11 AM. Pastor Beth Malone. All
welcome. Call 468-3456.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Ossian First Presbyterian Church, 4717 Ossian
Hill Road, Dansville. Sunday Worship-9 AM; Sunday School-9:15
AM. Pastor Bill Ellis.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, Lakeville
Road, Geneseo, west of I-390. Sunday School-10 AM; Sunday Wor-
ship Service-11 AM. All are welcome. Call 243-0130.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Saint Pauls Lutheran Church, County Road
15, between Angelica & Short Tract, Basswood Hill Rd, Town of
Allen. Morning Worship-10 AM; Sunday School-11 AM.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Saint Timothy Lutheran Church, 5015 Lakeville
Road, Geneseo. Sunday Worship Services-8 AM & 10:15 AM; Sunday
School, all ages-9 AM. Pastor Justin Johnson. Call 243-4490.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Short Tract United Methodist Church, County
Rt. 15, Short Tract. Free Breakfast last Sunday, 8-9 AM. Sunday
School-10 AM. Sunday Service-11 AM. Call 567-2726.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Trinity Church of Nunda, 25 East Street, a
Baptist Presbyterian Federated Church. Sunday School-9:15 AM;
Sunday Worship-10:30 AM. Call 468-2680.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: United Church of Mount Morris, State Street
welcomes you to Sunday Worship-10:30 AM. Call 658-2122.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: Websters Crossing United Methodist Church,
Rt. 15. Sunday Worship-9 AM; Childrens Sunday School, 9:20-10
AM; Pastors Pause, 8:45-8:55 AM-One on One time with children,
ages 3-6th grade. Pastor Jeri Kober. Call 669-9071.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: West Sparta United Methodist Church, corner
of Redmond and Green Roads, West Sparta. Sunday Worship-9 AM.
Pastor Beth Malone. All welcome. Call 585-335-8030.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: York Baptist Church, Main Street, York, a
welcoming & afrming American Baptist Church. Morning Worship
Service-9:30 AM. Reverend William Taber. Call 243-3210.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: York United Presbyterian Church, 2662 Main
Street, York. Morning Worship-11 AM with Sunday School-10 AM.
Joyfully serving the community! Reverend Michelle Sumption. Call
243-1266.
OCTOBER 14,15, 16, 20: Hunt Baptist Church, 9932 S. Church Street,
Hunt. Monday Clean & Free-7 PM; Tuesday Mens Bible Study-6:30
PM; Wednesday Family Night: Dinner-6 PM; Bible Study (all ages)-
6:30 PM; Youth Recreation-7:30 PM; Sunday School (all ages)-9:30
AM; Fellowship-10:30 AM; Worship-11 AM; Prayer Meeting-6:30 PM,
Training and Strengthening Disciples. Sign Language & Transportation,
476-2486; www.huntbaptistchurch.com.
OCTOBER 14, 16-20: Saint Marys Roman Catholic Church, 6
North Street, Canaseraga. Monday, Thursday & Friday Mass-9 AM;
Wednesday Mass-6:30 PM; Thursday (after mass)-Adoration til 7 PM,
Confession 6-7 PM; Friday-7 PM Adoration & Confession; Saturday
Mass-5 PM; Sunday Masses-9 & 11 AM, 5 PM. Father John Cullen.
(607) 545-8601.
OCTOBER 14, 17, 20: Saint Marys Parish, 4 Avon Road, Geneseo.
Monday-8 AM Morning Mass; Thursday-5:15 PM Evening Mass at
the Interfaith Center, SUNY Geneseo; Sunday Masses-8 AM, 10:15
AM and 5:30 PM. Call 243-1100.
OCTOBER 15, 17, 20: Grace & Truth Christian Fellowship, 3462 E.
Groveland Road (next to Hamptons Corners) Mount Morris. Tuesday
Mens Study-7 PM; Thursday Womens Study-7 PM (thru 4/18); Sunday
Morning Worship-10 AM with Sunday School, nursery available. Sign
Language & Spanish interpreting. Fellowship following with coffee,
etc. Pastor Kirk Dudek. Weekly events, call (585) 658-9880 or visit:
www.graceandtruth.org.
OCTOBER 15, 17, 20: Village Baptist Church, 39
1/2
Chapel Street,
Mount Morris. Tuesday 7 PM-Evening Prayer; Thursday 1 PM-Bible
Study; Sunday Worship-10 AM. Pastor David Ritz. All welcome! Call
658-3258. www.villagebaptistchurch.net.
OCTOBER 15 & 20: Saint Patricks Church, 46 Stanley Street,
Mount Morris. Tuesday-8 AM Morning Mass; Sunday-10 AM Morn-
ing Mass. Call 243-1100.
OCTOBER 15 & 20: Dalton United Methodist Church, 10074 State
Street, Dalton. Tuesday Free Coffee Hour-10 AM (except holidays);
Sunday Worship 10:15 AM. Pastor Heidi McGinnis. Call 476-2490.
OCTOBER 15 & 20: Dansville Foursquare Church, 49 West Ave,
Dansville. Tuesday Flipside Youth-7 PM; Sunday Worship with Childrens
Church-10 AM; Pastor Shawn Harnish. Call 335-7707 or visit: www.
dansvillefoursquare.com.
*WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: Light House Ministry Free Supper, 5 PM til
gone, 1st & 3rd Wednesday, at Nunda United Methodist Church, 30 East
Street. Great food & fellowship. Call 468-3456.
OCTOBER 16 & 18: Saint Thomas Aquinas, 175 Main Street, Le-
icester. Wednesday & Friday-8 AM Morning Mass. Call 243-1100.
OCTOBER 16 & 20: Burke Hill Bible Church, Burke Hill/Coe
Road, Perry. Wednesday Evening Bible Study/Prayer, call 786-5490
for time & place; 11 AM-Sunday Morning Worship.
OCTOBER 16 & 20: Cornerstone Baptist Church, 4232 Reservoir
Road, Geneseo. Wednesday: Evening Prayer, Childrens Program &
Teen Group-6:30 PM; Sunday: School-9:45 AM; Worship-11 AM;
Evening Praise Service-6 PM. Call 243-4514.
OCTOBER 16 & 20: Dalton Assembly of God, Rt. 408, Dalton.
Wednesday: Boys & Girls Ministry-7 PM; Sunday School (all ages)-
9:30 AM, Sunday Morning Worship-10:45 AM; New Life Service-7
PM. Pastor Richard Hepler. Call 476-2261.
OCTOBER 16 & 20: Grace & Mercy Faith Outreach Ministry, 54
Main Street, Mount Morris. Wednesday Bible Study-6 PM; Sunday
Worship-11 AM with childrens church. 658-9782 or 335-5756.
OCTOBER 16 & 20: Oakland Wesleyan Church, 1519 Rt. 436,
Nunda. Wednesday Fellowship Meal-5:30 PM, Praise & Prayer Ser-
vice-7 PM; Sunday School-9:45 AM, Worship-11 AM, Youth Group,
6-8 PM (grades 7-12). Call 468-2389.
OCTOBER 16 & 20: Portageville Community Baptist Church, 6668
Pike Street, Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 PM; Sunday Worship-10
AM. Rev. Sam Wolcott. Call 468-5039 or 567-8855.
OCTOBER 17 & 20: Celebrate! Family Church, 74 Rt. 36, Leicester.
Sunday Worship-10 AM; Junior Youth Group, grades 6-8 meets 11 AM,
every other Sunday; Senior Youth Group, grades 9-12 meets 7 PM,
every other Thursday. Call (585) 382-9830 or visit: iCelebrate.org.
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Early consignments of 11-500-600#
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Consignments welcome of all types of
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This sale will follow
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The Nunda Historical Society is looking for
Korea War era veterans to take part in the
special program Memories of the Korean War
to be held November 13, 2013
@ 7:00 pm at the
Nunda Historical Building.
Any veteran or family member
willing to participate or who
would like more information
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Radon is sneaky and dangerous! Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas that you
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identifed by the Surgeon General as the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United
States. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, radon is responsible for
approximately 20,000 deaths annually.
Radon is produced naturally by the decay of radioactive material in soil, rock and in
groundwater. It moves upward in the soil and can enter your home through cracks and other
holes in your homes foundation or with groundwater from a well. Houses located on highly
permeable, gravel concentrated soils; with ground water levels deep below the surface, can
have indoor radon levels that are above average. These environmental characteristics are
especially prevalent in the river valleys of the Finger Lakes region and the Southern Tier region.
Houses located on or around limestone may also be at higher risk for elevated indoor radon
levels.
According to the EPA Map of Radon Zones, Livingston County is one of many counties in
New York State considered to have the highest potential for high radon levels. The only way
to determine if radon is a concern in your home is to test for it using a radon detection kit. The
Livingston County Department of Health reminds residents that radon detection kits are avail-
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contact the Center for Environmental Health of the Livingston County Department of Health
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Do you enjoy making a difference in the lives of others?
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Are you looking for a new opportunity?
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 8 AM - 4 PM
Career Opportunity: University Eye Specialists, PC
is in search of candidates for the following positions:
Ophthalmic Medical Technicians
These positions do require medical office
experience and medical knowledge. Positions are
permanent, full time with an excellent benefit package.
Send resume to: University Eye Specialists
2469 State Route 19N
Warsaw, New York 14569
Attn: Bonnie Willey
or Email: bbw@universityeyespl.com
Applications are now being taken
for the position of
Deputy Clerk
for the Town of Nunda.
Job qualifcation includes profciency in computer
software, the ability to multitask and general offce
duties. This is a part time position which will be
three (3) days a week for three (3) hours per day.
Pay will be based upon experience.
Please contact the Nunda Town Clerk
with a letter of interest and Job Application at the
Nunda Government Center, 4 Massachusetts St.,
PO Box 699, Nunda NY 14517
Cindy Essler, Town Clerk
HELP WANTED
Full time help- 40 hr. week
Person to receive, deliver furniture & perform misc. tasks.
Clean drivers license, good communication & people
skills a must. Ideal candidates should be detail oriented,
organized and willing to lift heavy items.
References requested. Please send or drop off resumes to:
Family Furniture
P.O. Box 81, 9 S. Main St. Perry, NY 14530
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JOB
Opportunities
Call 658-3520 for ad sizes and prices
The vision at the Arc of Livingston-Wyoming is to empower
people of all ages to experience the joys and challenges of life
with a growing sense of personal dignity and independence.
The Arc of Livingston-Wyoming is the largest not-for-proft agency
in Livingston & Wyoming counties.
Send application to HR@lwarc.org or mail/fll out an application at
18 Main Street, Mount Morris between the hours of 8am and 4pm.
For more information, or to see a full list of our job opportunities with
full descriptions, please visit our website at www.lwarc.org.
EOE
Residential: Life Skills Assistants needed in both Livingston & Wyoming
counties. Full Time, Part Time and Per Diem opportunities are available!
Substitutes: Seeking candidates for Substitute positions at our KidStart
locations in Mt. Morris and Dansville. Will be working under the leadership
and guidance of the teacher in providing direct care for the children. Act as a
classroom team member providing valuable input and ideas toward the best
programming possible for each child.
Service Writer/Tech
Apply within at
BEACHS
AUTOMOTIVE
2524 New Road, Leicester, NY
CNA: Full and part time positions available. 11-7 shift.
NO mandatory overtime. Medical and dental insurance available.
Current NYS certification required.
Apply in person or call
for an interview.
LeRoy Village Green
RHCF
10 Munson Street
LeRoy, NY 14482
768-2561
TRUCK DRIVERS
Class A
Linehauler Driver
OTR & Second Shift
Local Drivers with Class
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We offer competitive starting
pay, 401k with company match,
company health care & paid
vacation and personal time.
We require 1 yr. minimum
driving experience.
Celebrating 80 Years!
Resumes can be faxed:
Attn: Ed to
(585) 279-0784
or email to edoody@
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NEEDED:
MILKER ON DAIRY
FARM IN PERRY.
Call between 7-9pm
(585) 237-2961.
Cuylerville Volunteer Fire Department
is desperately in need of EMT-Basics.
We welcome both current EMTs and any
other individuals (18 years or older),
interested in taking a EMT course.
SUNY Geneseo students welcome!
For more information, please contact a
Cuylerville Fire Department Member
or email us at:
cuylervillemedic@gmail.com
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WANTED: Offce receptionist for busy medical practice lo-
cated in Warsaw with travel 1 day/week to 2nd location. Part
time to full time position. Experience preferred. Mail resume
to: Box E, c/o Warsaw Penny Saver, 72 Main Street, Warsaw,
NY 14569
WANTED: Medical assistant for busy Warsaw practice. Part
time to full time position. Experience preferred. May require
travel 1 day/week. Mail resume to: Box D, c/o Warsaw Penny
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JOB
Opportunities
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DRIVERS WANTED
Class A with Tank Endorsement
Apply at
BUGMAN & SONS
10046 State Street, Dalton
or call (585) 476-5920
Looking for rns
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correctional facility in your area,
1 year experience required,
ER experience a plus.
Apply today!
(866) 387-8100 ext 202
or email:
recruit@whiteglovecare.net
SERVICE COORDINATOR

Provide ongoing support, advocacy and follow-up
to assure each persons optimal beneft from the
services/programs accessed. Work in partnership with
each person, his/her advocate, family members, and
service providers to develop the Individualized Service
Plan. Assess, link, and monitor each persons services
based on his/her preferences and abilities. Position is
located in Perry.
Send applications to HR@lwarc.org or mail/complete
an application at 18 Main Street, Mount Morris,
between the hours of 8:00am4:00pm. For more
information, please visit us at www.lwarc.org.
Keshequa Central School
VACANCY
Position: LTS Elementary Teacher
for Maternity Leave
Location: Elementary Building
Start Date: December 2013
Salary: as per contract
Qualications: New York State Certication
Please send KCS Application
(www.keshequa.org), copy of certication
and resume to:
Mrs. Tammy Van Sickle,
Secretary to Superintendent,
P. O. Box 517,
Nunda, NY 14517
no later than October 22, 2013
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Genesee Valley Federal Credit Union is seeking motivated, team oriented
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Member Service Representative Experience as a Bank/ Credit Union
teller preferred. Account opening experience is a plus. Strong experi-
ence in a cashier role with other varied responsibilities will be consid-
ered. College degree preferred but not required.
Locations available:
Geneseo- Part time without benets (15-25 hours per week)
Dansville- Part time without benets (15-25 hours per week)
Floater (will work all locations)-Full time with benets (35-40 hours)
GVFCU seeks individuals that possess the following:
Customer Service Skills Computer Prociency
Critical Thinking Skills Team Player
Ability to Multitask Excellent Organizational Skills
Positions will have training provided
All candidates must be able to work Saturdays.
GVFCU is a full-service community credit union with a focus on provid-
ing our member/ owners the best service. We offer a comprehensive
benets package including health insurance, 401(K), paid time-off, paid
holidays, paid life & disability insurances and tuition reimbursement.
All resumes will be held in condence.
Please forward your resume and cover letter to Heather at:
4621 Millennium Drive, Geneseo, NY 14454 or Fax (585) 243-4143
Email: HeatherM@GeneseeValleyFCU.com
No phone calls please.
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Mount Morris Rotary Club
Mount Morris Rotary Club
meets Tuesdays, 7:30 AM
Brians USA Diner, Leicester
For information, visit:
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Internet Outreach www.whenlifehurts.com
Youth Outreach www.otrym.org
Call (585) 507-1045 or (585) 883-7043
Support THE BRIDGE and On The Road Youth Ministry
Designate Greater Rochester United Way
DONOR OPTION 1903 www.otrym.org
OCTOBER 14-17: After School Open Time, 3:30-7 PM,
Monday thru Thursday, for ages 5-13. Recreation - Home-
work Help - Crafts - Mentoring - Snacks.
TUESDAY, OCT. 15: Discipleship Advanced Bible Study,
7-8 AM, Studying Acts with the Visual Bible.
OCTOBER 15 & 17: First Steps For Little Ones featuring
Veggie Tales, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 7-8 AM.
THURSDAY, OCT. 17: Kingss Kids, 7-8 PM, Basic Bible
Study. Studing Matthew with the Visual Bible.
~ Free Baked Goods Available Every Day ~
Downtown Kid Central
After School Program and Youth Groups
for the kids and teens of downtown
25 Chapel Street, Mount Morris, NY
YOUTH PROGRAMS
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: ROYAL RANGERS Boys Group,
7-8:15 PM at Dalton Assembly of God, behind church in the Bruce
N. Hesse Building. Bible lessons, merit badges, life lessons, fun.
Call 476-2261.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: GIRLS CLUB, 7-8:15 PM at Dalton As-
sembly of God. Bible lessons, merit badges, life lessons & fun. Call
476-2261.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: YOUTH & FAMILY NIGHT, 6-8 PM at
Hunt Baptist Church. Pizza Supper followed by music, prayer &
Bible studies for all ages with recreation time. Call 476-2486.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: AWANA Youth Group for grade K-6,
at Village Baptist Church, Mount Morris. Kids Dinner-6 PM. Meet-
ing-6:30 PM, Handbook learning, games and an exciting Object
Lesson from the Bible. Call 658-3258.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19: CLUB 24/7 (for teens) 6-7:30 PM at Village
Baptist Church, Mount Morris. Awesome activities. Answers for teens
about how to live today. Bible workbook with traveling competition,
teen food. Call 658-3258.
SUNDAY, OCT. 20: YOUTH GROUP, 6-8 PM at the Lawson
House, across from Oakland Wesleyan Church, 1519 Route 436,
Nunda. For grades 6-12. Call 468-2389.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16: YOUTH FELLOWSHIP, 6-8 PM
at Portageville Community Baptist Church in the fellowship
hall. Games, music & time to chat around the Bible. All are
invited! Come enjoy the fellowship! Call 468-5039.
CENTER CLOSED ON FRIDAYS
LUNCH MENU
For Senior Citizen Program
23 State Street, Mount Morris, N.Y.
Marchia Santangelo, Site Manager
658-4513
Reservations are requested 2 days in advance.
Please contact Site Manager for further information.
Menu subject to change
SERVING TIME 12:15
WEEK OF OCTOBER 14-17
MONDAY: Spaghetti/Meat Sauce, Italian Vegetables,
Broccoli, Breadstick, Butter, Baked Custard, Apple
Juice, Milk.
TUESDAY: Chicken Pot Pie, Mashed Potatoes,
Stewed Tomatoes, Sugar Cookie, Orange Juice,
Milk.
WEDNESDAY: Kielbasa/Sauerkraut, German Po-
tato Salad, Green Beans, Rye Bread, Butter, Apple
Pie, Cranberry Juice, Milk.
THURSDAY: Swiss Steak, Whipped Sweet Potato,
Cooked Spinach, Dinner Roll, Butter, Fruit Cocktail,
Apple Juice, Milk.
Need a Ride? Call the LATS Bus at 658-4690
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American
Red
Cross
Media inquires may be directed to
David Parish, Executive Director,
Northern Livingston County Chapter
585-243-7029 or 585-303-6369 (cell),
or at nlccross@frontiernet.net
October 2013
FIRST AID & CPR CLASS
SCHEDULE
The Red Cross of Northern Livingston County
oers CPR & First Aid classes held at Livingston
County Government Center, 6 Court Street,
Geneseo, unless otherwise noted.
Child Care First Aid & CPR
Saturday, Oct. 26 9 AM-5 PM
To register for any of these classes, call
1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or go to
www.redcross.org and Take A Class.
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Through caring & education,
the Humane Society of
Livingston County works to
eliminate the abuse and
overpopulation of animals
and aids in the prevention
of their suffering within
our communities.
NEXT MEETING:
Thursday, November 21
7 PM at Avon Inn
Cal is a 4 month old male kitty, who will
look like a Maine Coon when grown.
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Livingston Arts is offering affordable
classes for people of all ages exploring
pottery, yoga, bookbinding, and fber
arts. Boasting small class sizes and a
beautiful setting, Livingston Arts Center
beckons you to nurture your creative
side.
Classes this fall include mixed-level
clay, silk fusion, bookbinding, holiday
clay, childrens art workshops, and
more. Classes offered at Livingston
Arts Center are lead by experienced
and talented teachers.
Our teaching artists include local
ceramic artists Alysha Baier and
Sharon Leary, Erica King, Lyndsay
Clark, and Ruth Ann Polito. Some of
the classes are held in our Arts Under-
ground studio, a 3-D studio where we
welcome the seasoned and beginner
artist to get messy and create!
The classes are held in a beautiful,
historical building on the Livingston
County campus in Mount Morris. For
information or to schedule a visit,
see LivingstonArts.org/learn
or call 243.6785.
Make Something this Fall
at Livingston Arts
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Trick or Treat
Halloween sweets
wreak havoc on your childs teeth.
Halloween is just around the corner, and candy consumption will be in full force. We want you to be aware of
the kinds of candy that are the worst for your childrens teeth.
Chewy, sticky sweets, such as taffy, gummy candies and caramels have the highest chance of cavities. These candies
stick to everything inside of your mouth, including the grooves of your teeth The longer the food sticks to your
teeth, the longer bacteria can feed on it, which could lead to a cavity.
Make sure your child is brushing twice a day for at least two minutes. Proper oral hygiene can avoid cavities.