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KEVIN GUEST HOUSE Located in Buffalo, NY, The Kevin Guest House was established as a memorial to Kevin Garvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Garvey of Sharon, Pa. Kevin lost his battle to cancer at the age of 13. The Kevin Guest House provides a temporary, safe refuge for patients and their families at a nominal fee, and extends its hospitality to families of patients who are receiving treatment at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo General Hospital, and other area hospitals. For over 35 years the Kevin Guest House has been welcoming guests, and provides an atmosphere of caring which helps families focus on their loved ones without the stress of finding temporary, affordable accomodations near local health care facilities and services. Kevin Guest House, 782 Ellicott St., Buffalo, NY 14203. Phone: 716-882-1818; Fax: 716-882-1291 or e-mail General Information@kevinguesthouse.org tffb

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We will be featuring a marvelous life long estate discovered deep in the hills of Bradford, PA having not seen daylight for nearly 100 years, along with some outstanding cherished family heirlooms of our 4 generations - hand picked by Dan - making this a real heart pounding, exciting auction, like never before!! ARTS & CRAFTS/MISSION: Stickley Mission 10-pc. dining room suite - orig. varnish; Stickley oak 3-pc. Settle Set; Hammered metal lamps, Van Briggle, Lg. Arts & Craft Chandelier; Arts & Craft Mission panel lamp; INDIAN ARTIFACTS: Rare-Mary Copa polychrome Indian Pot (Museum Quality), Burled Bowls; Navaho Rugs; Arrow Heads; Kachina Dolls. OUTSTANDING LIGHTING: 2 Pierpoint reverse painted lamps; Handell; Bradley & Hubbard; Piano/Organ lamps; Gone With The Wind; Students; Lg. Crystal Chandelier; Slag panelled lamps; fabulous leaded glass floor lamp. ART POTTERY: Wellar coppertone/ woodland; Roseville collection; Rozane; Vanbriggle; FABULOUS DECORATED BLUE STONEWARE COLLECTION: Extremely rare 4" Salesman sample churn w/flowers (Museum pc.); 6 & 8 gal. churns; J. Burger; Geddes; J. Heisar; Olean; M.T. Morris; Cowden & Cox; Hamilton & Jones - Approx. 25-pcs. AMERICAN-VICTORIAN OAK FURNITURE: 2 fully leaded, oak, claw ft. Barrister bookcases; rare 3/4 size stacking bookcases; 3, 4, 6 section oak bookcases; Northwind face-oak curved china cabinet (1 of 3); Northwind face-carved oak server (unusual); hooded oak mirror china buffet w/roaring lion heads; oak highback 3-pc. bed suite; oak 5'-3 door ice box; oak bean/seed counter; fabulous oak hooded double side-by-side bookcase/secretariat; L.C.T. Tiffany Salts; Frederick Remington bronze; sterling silver; gold 2.5 dollar coin; gold/sterling/diamond jewelry; rare Wavecrest floral dresser box (Master size); Cranberry glass; Deldare pottery; hand-painted porcelain; several works of art - signed oil paintings; 1880's Vic. walnut burled cylinder secretary; Vic. marble top tables; CLOCKS: Ithaca double dial clock; lg. mahogany wall clock; Waterbury; Seth Thomas; Chicago Neon adv. clock; 25= pocket watches incl: 23 jewel/Seth Thomas. COUNTRY STORE CONTENTS: Spectacular country store 8' Bean counter (rare); oak ice box; 8' stepback oak store cabinet; oak pool rack; 4-ea. National Brass Cash Registers; 9' Indian store cigar statue (rare); Old Town 16' canoe - original; butcher block; lg. original butcher's meat hook w/cow (rare); lg. bear trap; Liberty root beer keg dispenser; lg. wooden coffee boxes; vintage oak store display cases. SUPER ADVERTISING: Lg. Texaco porcelain 5' round gas sign; Jersey ice cream Portville (rare); Tobacco advertising; lg. Mobil porcelain flying horse sign (scarce); tons of advertising pcs. THE BEST COUNTRY FURNITURE FOUND: Robin Egg blue painted tavern table; fabulous Burks County ptd. 2-pc. stepback cupboard (1 of many); several orig. painted jam/pantry cupboards; Robin Egg blue blanket box; punch tin pie safes; early ptd. Salmon/ Red Hutch table; Pennsylvania Dutch cupboard (18 window pane); Burks County, PA cherry 2-pc. 16-pane corner cupboard in varnish (real nice); superb 2-pc., 16-pane arch door corner cupboard; unusual chimney cupboard; solid Tiger Maple 2-dr. stand; Tiger Maple chest; Tiger Maple chairs; Early chest on chest; Pembroke table; 172-dr. cherry stands; Zinc lined dry sink; Child "Yale" Buckboard in old green paint w/stenciling (rare); lg. enterprise coffee grinder (1 of 4); Mohair jointed 20" Teddy Bear; wooden duck decoys; wooden fish lures; several J.P. Coats spool cabinets; 1876 map; child's painted wood sled; Schuctoe "perfume" jointed Teddy Bear; Putnam Dye cabinet; ptd. pantry boxes; wooden carved hobby horse; Vic. iron garden urns; dated coverlet; lots military buttons; bayonets; mech. black man bank; Encampment medals; folk art items; wooden painted butter bowls; Natzi helmet & medals, paper goods; Early black & white photos, 4 working pin ball machines; juke box. Many items coming in up to sale time - Approx. 600 + cataloged lots to be sold. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20TH - 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. - "Carters Antiques Roadshow & Appraisals" FREE Antique Appraisal & purchasing event. We will have some of the regions' top experts in the field of Gold - Diamonds - Sterling - Coins - Art Glass - Works of Art - Oil Paintings. Tiffany & Pierpoint Lamps, Art Pottery, Guns & Relics, Furniture & any unusual items imaginable. The experts will offer free appraisals and are ready & able to make lg. cash purchases for your items. Our worldwide contacts enable us to have one of the largest Gold/ Sterling/Diamond and Coin buyers on location. We can easily beat any reasonable offer!!! UPCOMING AUCTION: Feb. 11th - Untouched 100 yr. Antique Estate Auction - Carter Auction & Event Center - Allegany.

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UPSTAIRS APARTMENT FOR RENT / FRIENDSHIP: Very nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath upper apartment with brand new carpets. Good size kitchen and bedrooms. Washer / dryer hookups. $450/ month. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c APARTMENT FOR RENT / AVAILABLE FEB. 1ST- 2 bedroom in Bolivar. References required. 585-593-5507; 814-260-9506. tfc PINE GROVE COLLISION 585-928-1308 Free estimates. Pick up and delivery. Complete paint jobs. Stateof-the-Art equipment. Quality collision repairs. tfc HAVE ANY OLD LAPTOPS that youd like to get rid of? I will accept 2002 models and up. Data erasing on pickup via Magnetic Erasing. Call 585-610-2887 for info or pick up. tf RENT LOWERED / FRIENDSHIP: Spacious 4 bedroom home with first floor bath and washer/dryer hookups, huge kitchen and dining room. Large bedrooms with plenty of space for storage. Was $795/mo. Now $695/month. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c FIREWOOD FOR SALE- We deliver. Heap approved. Cut and split. Call for pricing, 585-968-1526. 8/29p LIFT CHAIRS: 6 models to choose from. Starting at $599. Mattress City Furniture, Wellsville, NY. 585-593-5507. 8/13c FOR RENT: HOUSE / LITTLE GENESEE, NY- 3 bedrooms, $600/mo. No pets. References, security. No calls after 7pm. 585928-1038. 2/10p CLOCK REPAIRS on antique windups, cuckoo, Grandfather and others. Complete restoration. Call Elmer Blush, 716-372-4551. 627 Main St., Olean, NY. eowtfc A TO Z AUTO DETAILING - Engine cleaning, interior shampooing, exterior buffing / waxing, window tinting. 7th Street, Allegany, N.Y. 716-373-0143. 52/22eow SEAN LOUNSBERRY EARNS DEANS LIST HONORS AT NAZARETH COLLEGE Rochester, NY (01/11/2012)(readMedia)-- Nazareth College is proud to announce that Sean Lounsberry of Bolivar, has been named to the deans list for the Fall 2011 semester. Lounsberry is studying Graphics and Illustration at Nazareth. A students grade point average must be at least 3.5 or above, and they must complete 12 credit hours of graded work that semester in order to be included on the deans list at Nazareth. Founded in 1924, Nazareth College is located on a closeknit, suburban campus in the dynamic, metropolitan region of Rochester, N.Y. The College offers challenging academic programs in the liberal arts and sciences and professional programs in health and human services, education, and management. Nazareths strong cultures of service and community prepare students to be successful professionals and engaged citizens. The College enrolls approximately 2,000 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students. f RICHBURG COLONIAL LIBRARY The Richburg Colonial Library (160 Main St.) will be hosting a knitting / crocheting group every Monday afternoon starting January 23rd from 4:00 until 5:00. You may help us make hats for patients at Roswell Park Cancer Institute. If you do not know how to knit or crochet one of us would be glad to teach you. You may also make hats at home and our group will take them up. GED classes are also offered at the Colonial Library on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 - 7:30. Have a BOCES teacher help you get that GED this year! Call 585-928-2694 or 585-928-2553 for more information. f

WEST CLARKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 9003 Daggott Hollow West Clarksville, NY Rev. Les Chambers 585-968-0377 Early Service........8:30-9:30am Sunday School. . .9:45-10:30am Morning Worship . . . . . .10:45am Wed. Prayer Service. . . . . . . . .7pm FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1108 Rte. 19 South at Yorks Corners Wellsville, NY585-268-9826 Pastor: Vernon Dean Church: 585-593-5834 Sunday School............10:00am Classes for all ages Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Nursery Available Sun. Eve. Service.........6:00pm Wed.: Adult Prayer, Bible Study & Praise.............7:00pm SHINGLEHOUSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Russell Horning Sunday School..............9:15am Morning Worship.......10:30am Wednesday Service: BYF (ages 9-12).......3:30pm Choir Practice.........6:15pm Bible Study & Prayer Meeting........7:30pm HERITAGE AFLAME MINISTRIES 585-928-2648 ext. 2 71 Boss St., Bolivar, NY 14715 Sunday Morning Services 9:30am. .&. .11:00am at The Chapel, 647 S. Union St., Olean, NY Wed. Prayer..................6:00pm at The Chapel. Wed. D2D.....................6:30pm at The Ministry Center. ALLEGANY COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING MEALS ON WHEELS AND LUNCHEON CENTER MENUS & ACTIVITIES For reservations call: 585-268-9390 by 2pm on the previous day. Toll-free: 1-866-268-9390. Bolivar- Carolyn Hackett, 585928-2672; Cuba- Linda Nelson, 585-968-2397; FriendshipVivian Howell, 585-973-2650; Wellsville- Donna Fiegl, 585-5937665. FOR THE WEEK OF: Jan. 18, 2012 - Jan. 24, 2012 Wednesday: Orange Juice, Corned Beef Cabbage Casserole, Green Beans, Corn Bread, Chocolate Pudding. DiabeticPeaches. Bolivar- Noon, 10:30 Growing Stronger Exercises, Cheryl Czworka: Vitamin Supplements- Good or Bad? CubaNoon, 10:30 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzle, Current Topics, BP Clinic, Erica Blake, I&A. Wellsville- Noon, 9:30 Walking, 10:00 Games, 1:00 Euchre, 1:30 Exercise. Thursday: Tropical Fruit Salad, Chicken ala King on a Biscuit, Peas, Cake. Diabetic- Applesauce. *Birthday Cake at Centers. Bolivar- Noon. Cuba- Noon, 10:30- Growing Stronger Exercises, 11:00 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles, Remembering Cary Grant, Cheryl Czworka Vitamin Supplements- Good or Bad? Friendship- Noon, 10:45 Growing Stronger Exercises, 1:00 Crafts. Wellsville- Noon, 9:00 Stretch, 10:30 Bingo, 1:00 Bridge, 1:30 Exercise, BP Clinic. Friday: Four Bean Salad, Pepper Steak, Rice, Succotash, Banana Bread, Pears. Diabetic- Fruit Cocktail. WellsvilleNoon, 9:30 Walking, 10:30 Bingo! 12:30 Pinochle, 1:30 Exercise. Monday: Sunshine Salad, Macaroni and Cheese, Stewed Tomatoes, Green Beans, Wheat Bread, Oatmeal Cookies. Diabetic- Pears. Bolivar- Noon, 11:00 Growing Stronger Exercises. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 Growing Stronger Exercises, 11:00 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles, National Pie Day. Wellsville- Noon, 9:00 Stretch, 9:30 Walking, 10:30 Bingo, 1:00 Euchre, 1:30 Exercise. Tuesday: Cranberry Gelatin Salad, Roast Turkey with Gravy, Stuffing, Squash, Dinner Roll, Pumpkin Supreme. DiabeticPumpkin Pudding. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles, Hat Trivia. Friendship- Noon, 10:45 Growing Stronger Exercises, 1:00 Cards. f 24-HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE: 585-593-5706 Offers help for those having a hard time coping! Confidential telephone counseling and a resource referral information agent for mental health situations. We are here to help with suicide prevention! Call us! We care! tf THE BOLIVAR COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY, located at the United Methodist Church, 80 Friendship St., is a volunteer ministry of the Bolivar churches. It seeks to provide emergency food assistance and support for families and individuals who demonstrate an immediate need. To receive assistance, please call Bud Merrell, 585-928-5108 or Connie Taylor, 585-9282386. Call ahead for an appoint-ment. Pantry is open Mondays 10am-1pm; Thursdays 2pm-5pm; Fridays 12-3pm; other times by appointment. tf

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HANNAH PRUCH FROM BOLIVAR NAMED TO SUNY GENESEOS DEANS LIST FOR FALL 2011 Geneseo, NY (01/11/2012)(readMedia)- Hannah Pruch from Bolivar, NY (14715) was named to the Deans List at The State University of New York at Geneseo for the fall semester 2011. To be on the list, a student must have achieved a 3.5 grade point average while taking at least 12 credit hours. SUNY Geneseo is a public liberal arts college recognized nationally for excellence in undergraduate education and for its professional and masters level programs. The college combines a rigorous curriculum and a rich cocurricular life to create a learning-centered environment. f BOLIVAR FREE LIBRARY Hrs.: Mon., Wed., Thurs. 6-8pm; Tues. 12:30-4:30pm; Fri. 9:30am-4:30pm; Sat. 9am-12pm. tf


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Soup and Smiles Luncheon In Bolivar
On Saturday, January 21, the Soup and Smiles Ministry at St. Marys Roman Catholic Church, 111 Wellsville St., Bolivar, NY will be sponsoring a

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Diesel & Kerosene Open 24/7

Soup and Smiles Luncheon at the Parish Hall from 12:00 Noon to 2:00 PM - No Charge.
Freshly made hot Wild Rice Chowder or Chili, and a smile will be available at no charge for those members of the community who wish to come in. Our regularly scheduled Soup and Smiles delivery to shut-ins will also take place that day.

Kyle Howard BENEFIT

Sat., Jan. 21st, 2012
Eldred Township Volunteer Fire Dept.
Chinese Auction! Bake Sale!

WPIG-FM Rons Gun Shop

12:00-7:00 p.m.

Cwiklinski Family (Joe)

To Help with Medical Expenses

Benefit for the

Food available:

Beer, Pop, Water, Spaghetti, Meatball Subs

Music by D.J.!

Old East Main St., Cuba, NY


Sat., January 21, 2012

Cover Charge

All are welcome!

Please come out and support Kyle in his battle with cancer.

Mississippi Breeze Country Memories Rustic Ramblers and Quigg Hollow

Contact: Shirley Weatherly (716) 806-0026 or (607) 281-9329 (c). Stan Cwiklinski (585) 610-9441 or Lila (716) 372-7341 with any questions or donations of baskets and raffles. Raffles

Refreshments Available BANDS:


Chicken 'n Biscuits

Scalloped Potatoes & Ham

Spaghetti with Meatball Chicken Parmesan

*Fish Fry- Beer

Batterded, Lemon Pepper, Cajun, Broiled or Breaded


Sausage Gravy over Biscuits with homefries And Other Daily Specials!

Saturday & Sunday

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Basket Raffles

Rolling Hills Cafe

Sunday, Jan. 22; 7am to 11am All You Can Eat Pancakes with eggs & sausage patties


Door Prizes

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Homemade Soups & Homemade Pies!

STAR OF THE EAST CHAPTER #109, O.E.S. Star of the East Chapter #109, Order of the Eastern Star will meet on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 7:30pm at the Bolivar Masonic Hall, Main Street, Bolivar, NY. All Master Masons are invited to attend this special Honor Master Masons Night. Refreshments will be furnished by Mary and Steve Langworthy. Reminder...please bring a non-perishable food item for the Bolivar Food Pantry collection box. 2/17f YOUTH NIGHT Knights Creek Evangelical Methodist Church, 2987 County Road 9, Scio, NY 14880. Starts at 6pm on Friday nights. All ages are welcome. Message and prayer, board games and snacks. tf FRIENDSHIP FREE LIBRARY HOURS: Mon. Closed; Tues. 12:30-6; Wed. 9am-12pm & 6-9pm; Thurs. 12:30pm-6pm; Fri. Closed; Sat. 10am-1pm; Sun. Closed. tf OSWAYO VALLEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY Hrs: Mon. 10-8pm; Wed. 9-6pm; Fri. 9-6pm tf

RICHBURG COLONIAL LIBRARY HOURS Mon. 9am-5pm; Tues. Eve. 3-7pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm.


CHRIST CENTERED COUNSELING. A free service covering all areas of human need including mental, emotional and physical health; alcohol, nicotine and drug addiction; eating disorders; family, marital and other relationships; careers; finances; demon activity, cults and false religions. Call 607-387-5966 or write Box 488, Trumansburg, NY 14886. tf THE BOLIVAR LIONESS CLUB IS COLLECTING used hearing aids for the Finger Lakes Region Lions Hearing Foundation. The FLRLHF assists financially burdened hearing impaired persons in our area (and western NY). The used hearing aids salvage value normally offsets the cost of repairs. Please put your old hearing aids in a sealed plastic bag to prevent loss of small parts. A drop box is located at Steuben Trust Bank, Bolivar, NY or contact Lois Lounsberry, 585-9281752 if you have a donation. tf IF YOU ARE A VICTIM of sexual assault or any other type of crime, help is available. You can contact the 24-hour toll free hotline at 1-888-945-3970. tf

The PORTVILLE COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY, located at the First Presbyterian Church, 19 N. Main St., Portville, is a volunteer organization of the Portville Community. It is a supplemental and emergency food pantry seeking to serve the residents of the Portville School district. Anyone who receives assistance (food stamps, welfare, Social Security, etc.) and resides in the Portville School District is eligible to receive food from the Portville Community Food Pantry. The food pantry is open the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 5 to 6:30 p.m. tf RICHBURG-WIRT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM 243 Main Street, Route 275, Richburg, NY. Open by appointment November through February. Meetings are held the first Monday of every month, 7pm at the Museum March through November. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the museum at 585-928-WIRT (9478) or Melanie at 585-928-1249. E-mail: richburgwirt@yahoo.com tfc ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS If you want to drink thats your business. If you want to stop we can help. Call AA answering service in your area at 716372-4800 or 607-276-8588 to talk to someone who cares or to find a meeting in your area. tf

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MYRTLE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1127 Route 44 Shinglehouse814-697-7101 Pastor: Bob Hubbard Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Sun. Eve. Service.........6:30pm Wed. Eve. Service. . . . . . . .6:30pm BELL RUN UNION CHURCH 904 Taylor Brook Road Pastor Chad Shaffer Shinglehouse814-697-6972 Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship.......10:30am Sun. Eve. Service.........7:00pm Wed. Bible Stdy/Pryr Mtg 7pm ALMA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Geraldine Rapino Sun. Morn. Worship .........9am FIRST SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF GENESEE 8265 Main St., Little Genesee Church: 585-928-1857 Office: 607-587-8436 Pastor: Kevin Palmiter www.sdbchurch.org Sabbath (Sat) Fellowship. . . . . . . . 9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . . . .9:45am Morning Praise & Worship. . ....................................10:45am Bible Study (Tuesday). . .7pm First Sabbath of each month: Fellowship meal after Worship. RICHBURG FIRST DAY BAPTIST CHURCH

128 Main St., Box 242 Pastor: Larry J. Allen Early Worship..............9:00am Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Wednesday Prayer Mtg. . . .7pm Thursday LIFE Adventure Club for boys & girls in 1-6 grades. For info. and spiritual counsel, 585-928-2400. CERES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Worship Service...........9:30am Sunday School............11:00am Choir, Wednesday........6:00pm Youth, Sunday..............6:00pm KAHAL ELOHIM YISRAEL 76 S. Main St., Wellsville (congregation of the God of Israel) Wed: Midrash (study). .7:00pm Sat: Sabbath Mtg.......10:30am Food Pantry...................5-7pm Donations of cash or food accepted. ANGLICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 29 South St./Stone St., Cuba Services as announced. BELIEVERS CHAPEL 2522 West Five Mile Rd., Allegany, NY716-397-8016 Sun. Worship ......9am & 11am FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Rte. 417, Little Genesee, NY Office: 585-928-1856 Pastor: Clint Pearsall Sunday School.........9:45am

Childrens Church and Morning Worship. . . . . . .11am Sun. Eve. Worship. . . . . . .6:30pm Wed. Eve Teen Groups.6:30pm Discovery Club Childrens Program & Prayer Mtg ....7pm MOPS first and third Tuesday Sept.-June .........9:30am-Noon PORTVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 24 Temple St., 716-933-8164 Pastor: Fred Kemp Sunday Services: Sunday School.........9:45am Worship Hour........11:00am Afternoon Service....1:00pm Wed-Family Night: Bible Study & Prayer.................7pm A Place for Everyone OBI COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor: David Cook 585-933-7205 Sunday Services: Sunday School...........9:00am Morning Worship . . .10:30am Evening Service.............6pm Wed. Eve.: Adult Prayer and Bible Study.....................7pm Jr. & Sr. High Youth. . .6-8pm Nursery Care provided for all services. SHINGLEHOUSE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lincoln & Church Sts. Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Thurs. Choir Practice. .7:00pm An Access ramp and nursery care provided.

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PRICE REDUCED TO SELL / LOG CABIN with land: This seasonal cabin/retreat sits nestled on 11+ acres with access to two ponds and 340 acres for hunting, fishing and recreational purposes. Located in Scio School District, 15 min. from Wellsville. The cabin comes fully furnished including appliances and too many extras to list. This is truly a fabulous buy for the outdoorsman and ready to be enjoyed today. This secluded cabin/ retreat is priced to sell at $59,000. Call 607-937-0678 for more details including financing options. c RENT LOWERED / BOLIVAR: Nice 3-4 bedroom, one bath home on over 2.4 acres of land right across from the school. Large covered front porch. Spacious floor plan including huge kitchen, living room and dining room. Was $695/month. Now $625/mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c SPROUTS DRUG STORE Winter activities- Leanin Tree puzzles and puzzle glue and Red Heart yarn. 122 E. Academy Street, Shinglehouse, PA 16748. 814-697-6331. c DESIRABLE RENTAL WITH DESIRABLE PAYMENT / Wellsville: Desirable three bedroom home with first floor bath and large yard for play. Covered front porch. $595/month. Call Cornerstone 607936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c GREAT FAMILY HOME FOR RENT OR SALE / BOLIVAR: Open three bedroom, one bath home right outside of Bolivar. Attached garage with spare room for tools or storage. Enclosed backyard and back deck. $695/month. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c FOR RENT- 2 bedroom mobile home, $400 per mo. plus utilities, no pets. Adults please. Avail. Jan. 20th. 716-397-0738. 2/17p JORDAN INGALLS OF BOLIVAR, NY, NAMED TO DEANS LIST AT YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY Youngstown, OH (01/12/2012)(readMedia)- Jordan Ingalls of Bolivar, NY, a Physical Education major at Youngstown State University, has been named to the Deans List for the fall 2011 semester. To be eligible for the Deans List, a student must carry a semester grade point average of 3.4 or better and take a minimum of 12 semester hours of credit. Youngstown State University is a comprehensive urban research university that offers nearly 15,000 students more than 135 undergraduate and graduate programs backed by a strong tradition of teaching, scholarship and public service. As a major educational and economic development resource in the region, YSU is known for its focus on academic research and creative programs that transform its students into successful professionals, scholars and leaders. Located in the heart of the Tech Belt between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, YSU provides opportunities for students to actively participate with accomplished faculty, often in one-on-one settings, on advanced research and creative collaborations. The beautiful 145-acre campus includes high-tech classrooms, state-of-the-art labs and performance facilities, a variety of on-campus housing options and recreational facilities among the best in the nation. The universitys 18 athletics teams, including the fourtime national champion football team, compete on the Division I NCAA level, while the Dana School of Music and the Department of Theater and Dance offer a variety of performances on and off campus. f


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PRESCRIPTION DRUG DISCOUNT CARD PROGRAM HELPING LOCAL RESIDENTS CareMark Discount Card saves Allegany and Steuben County Residents over $267,000 since April 2007. Wellsville, New York, January 9, 2012: The CareMark Prescription Drug Discount Card Program has saved Allegany and Steuben County residents more than $267,000 in pharmacy prescription drug costs since implementation of the program in April 2007. As a method to help the increasing number of individuals without health insurance, and to assist those without prescription drug coverage, the Allegany/Western Steuben Rural Health Network, Inc. (AWSRHN), Allegany County United Way and United Way of the Southern Tier locally initiated the CareMark Prescription Drug Discount Card Program in May 2007. Although the program is not insurance, the card provides immediate discounts at the pharmacy for residents without prescription drug coverage, explains Melissa Williams, Project Coordinator at the Allegany/Western Steuben Rural Health Network (AWSRHN). Savings on each prescription may vary. In 2011, consumers saved an average of 26 percent off the pharmacies regular retail prices for prescription drugs. This is an extraordinary cost savings for local residents in these difficult economic times and I encourage more families and individuals to take advantage of this program, continued Williams. Over 1,900 individuals participated in the program in 2011. Since implementation of the CareMark Prescription Drug Discount Card Program in May 2007, the program has saved Allegany and Steuben County residents over two-hundred sixty seven thousand dollars in prescription drug costs with over 9,300 individuals participating in the program. Participating in the CareMark Prescription Drug Discount Card Program is simple. There are no enrollment fees and no forms to fill-out. The cards are available at most pharmacies, many doctors offices and local agencies, or by calling AWSRHN at 585-593-5223 ext. 15. We are pleased to furnish the discount cards by mailing them to any resident who makes a request. In addition, if agencies, school, churches or other organizations are interested in distributing the cards, supplies are available, explained Williams. Upon presenting the card to the pharmacist, individuals pay the lower of a discounted price or the pharmacys regular retail price. This card cannot be used in conjunction with other insurance; however, a person may use the card to purchase prescriptions that are not covered by his/her plan. Most major pharmacy chains and locally owned pharmacies accept the CareMark Prescription Drug Discount Card. For a full list of participating pharmacies or to learn more about this program, please visit www.caremark.com/allegany or www.caremark.com/steuben, or call the Allegany/Western Steuben Rural Health Network, Inc. at 585-592-5223 ext. 15. f ANNUAL SUNY FINANCIAL AID DAY Alfred, NY, January 2012--The Alfred State College Office of Student Records and Financial Services will participate in the annual SUNY Financial Aid Day, Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012, beginning at 9 a.m., in the EJ Brown Business Building, Room 414, on the Alfred campus. The financial aid staff will assist students and their guests in completing and submitting the 2012-13 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) electronically. The FAFSA is required for all financial aid, including New York State assistance. The financial aid staff will also be available to answer any questions regarding the financial aid process. Students/parents can register by going to http:// www.suny.edu/studentevents or by calling 1-800-342-3811. This workshop is open to all prospective college students and their families, including those who do not plan to attend Alfred State College. Registrants will receive an e-mail listing necessary information, including what materials students/ parents will need to bring with them, building location details, and parking directions. Prior to SUNY Financial Aid Day, participants are encouraged to obtain: a Federal PIN number at http:// www.pin.ed.gov (allow 1-3 business days for receipt); drivers licenses; alien registration card (non-U.S. citizens); bank statements and investment information; FAFSA PIN number; Social Security numbers; 2011 Federal Income Tax return (or estimated); W-2 forms or other records of income earned for 2011; and 2011 untaxed income information. SUNYs Statewide Student Financial Aid Days are offered as a service to all prospective college students and their families. The programs are designed to answer questions and provide assistance regarding the financial aid application, types of aid available, and the award process. Thirty-five programs will be offered across New York State. Students and parents should feel free to attend the program closest to where they live. f 4Cs SENIOR CITIZENS The 4Cs Senior Citizens met January 10th at the Richburg Firemens Clubhouse with 31 members and one guest present. Edna Gigee won the door prize and Sue Nichols the 50-50 drawing. On January 24th Mark Baker will speak on the bird rehabilitation program and he is a Falconer. Our officers comprise the kitchen committee for this month with Anniversary and Birthday Cakes for the 24th baked by Stella Wood and Judy Koslowski. Six tickets are still available for the May trip with 44 signed up to date. -Don and Becky Cady f

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OSWAYO VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT MENU January 18, 2012 - January 24, 2012 Wed. Breakfast: Breakfast Wrap. Lunch: Chicken Alfredo, Corn, Dinner Roll, Pears. Thurs. Breakfast: Whole Grain Funnel Cake. Lunch: Beef and Cheese Nachos, California Blend, Strawberries and Bananas. Fri. Breakfast: Cooks Choice. Lunch: Turkey and Cheese Sub, Potato Wedges, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Vegetable Sticks, Ambrosia. Mon. Breakfast: Breakfast on a Stick. Lunch: Hot Dog on a Bun, Baked Beans, Baked Chips, Pineapple. Tues. Breakfast: O.V. Ham, G.W. Sausage Muffin. Lunch: Chicken Patty on a Bun, Tater Tots, Peaches. Lunch Alternatives: Salad or Soup and Sandwich. Mon.- Peanut Butter & Jelly, Vegetable Soup; Tues.- Tuna, Tomato Soup; Wed.- Peanut Butter & Jelly, Chicken Noodle Soup; Thurs.- Cold Cuts, Vegetable Soup; Fri.Cooks Choice, Tomato Soup. All Breakfasts and Lunches are served with choice of milk. Menu is subject to change. f

B.R.A.G. HISTORICAL SOCIETY B.R.A.G. Historical Society monthly meeting will be the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm at the B.R.A.G. Room, downstairs in the Bolivar Library. All welcome! For information, call 585-928-1009. tf

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DONNAS DAY: CREATIVE FAMILY FUN By Donna Erickson Make a Family of Readers in 2012 When I go to a friends house, Im always scouting out the bookshelves or poking through piles of reading material on the coffee table or kitchen counter. Its not that Im that nosy, but Ive discovered that I get to know my friends a little better when I see what they enjoy reading. What makes for a good book, newspaper or magazine, anyway? Each can be the promise of adventure, another point of view, a giggle, an alternative way of thinking. I especially love books that grab both myself and the child Im reading with. If you popped by my house right now, you would find the striking, newly released Puff, the Magic Dragon Pop-Up Book (Sterling Childrens Books) on my end table. Paper engineer Bruce Foster animates the timeless lyrics page by page with amazing creativity. And when I joyfully share it with a child, I play the accompanying CD sung by Peter Yarrow of the familiar song Ive known since childhood as we turn the pages and travel with Jackie Paper and Puff to the land of Honalee. Surely reading good books can enrich us all, no matter our age. But the extra benefits to kids go beyond the printed page. Watch children with a new book as they turn pages with anticipation and scan for things that surprise and intrigue them. Diane Lemke, an elementary principal and curriculum director, believes that reading is the river that runs throughout education and, ultimately, life. The innately tactile nature of children is rewarded by practice

interacting with covers and pages, eye-catching colors, pictures and letters in all shapes and sizes, she says. Books are like packages with interesting contents of patterns and sounds. When positive adult touch is paired with book time, a message is translated about the specialness of written words. As you turn the calendar to 2012, and you feel from time to time you arent offering your children or grandkids enough food for thought or possibilities for learning, crack open a book together. Discover how books can unlock a world of thinking and learning in an enriched year of family reading and storytelling. Donna Ericksons award-winning series Donnas Day is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donnas Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is Donna Ericksons Fabulous Funstuff for Families. (c) 2012 Donna Erickson



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Dear Community Members, Welcome to 2012! We know this is the time of year for making resolutions, and setting goals towards improvement. It is also a time to reflect on goals we already have, assess how effectively we have met them, and plan ways we can continue to grow. For this school year, we determined that two priorities would be to expand community involvement in the school and to increase communication. This school year began with a Community Picnic to welcome back our students and families, community members attended and contributed to a forum on the new Common Core Standards, and many senior citizens were able to join us for the traditional holiday luncheon and entertainment provided by our students. We have reopened our hallways for walking at the Bolivar building, reopened the weight room for community use, and continue to offer the services at our fitness center. Our holiday concerts were well attended, and were a wonderful opportunity for us to share the hard work and talent of our students and staff with the community. Our new website is up and running, and providing updated information on a constant basis. As we look ahead, we will be hosting our next Community Forum on the evening of February 7, at 6:00PM. This one will be dedicated to sharing information about our budget process for the 2012-2013 school year. As I mentioned in last months newsletter, schools are again facing fiscal challenges, and we look forward to working with you to share ideas on how we can meet the needs of our students in a climate of decreasing revenues. We will provide the community with information about changes to the budget process, including a discussion of the new tax levy limitation legislation. We will also give an overview of our own current fiscal picture, from both the spending and revenue perspectives. Finally, we will be seeking community input by asking what you value in our schools. Our goal for the evening is to not only share information with you, but to better understand what community members feel is essential to making BolivarRichburg the unique District that we are. As we develop the budget, we want to be able to consider your thoughts as part of that process. We will be putting more details about the forum on our website and in a future Moneysaver. We hope to see you there!

14-10 points: You are a student who could be getting better grades. Focus on the areas where you responded either sometimes or never. Improvement in these areas will result in even better academic performance. 9-5 points: Youre probably not getting very good grades. You need to rededicate yourself to your academics. Organization, such as setting aside time for studying and completion of homework should be a primary focus. Your grades need serious improvement. Ask for help. Speak with your teachers and counselor to figure out a plan of action. Recognize that success will not be achieved overnight, but if you seek out assistance and commit to improving as a student, the benefits will become apparent.

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Regardless of how you scored on this survey, or how you are currently performing as a student, there is always hope and room for improvement. Here is to wishing you the fortitude to strive for academic excellence. It will not come easily, however the rewards for your dedication and hard work will benefit you for a lifetime. Yours in Education,

John R. Marshall Secondary Principal

Marilyn Capawan Superintendent of Schools


What Kind of Student Are You? The start of a new year is a time when people often find themselves making pledges of good intentions they intend to keep during the upcoming year. With that being said, now is a perfect time for students to either rededicate themselves to their academic endeavors, or for struggling students to commit to academic improvement. As a parent, I encourage you to take a moment and have your child fill out the following survey, and then use the results to foster a discussion about their schooling. Always 1. I complete homework assignments. 2. I have all necessary materials when I report to class. 3. I use the time teachers give us in class to get started on homework. 4. I take good notes. 5. I ask and answer questions in class. 6. I use tricks to memorize information. 7. After reading an assignment in the textbook, I know what Ive read. 8. I get along well with my teachers. 9. I am good at taking tests. 10. I am happy with my grades. ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ Sometimes ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ Never ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______

Dear Families, Welcome back to school and Happy New Year! I hope you all enjoyed the holidays and had a chance to share some special moments with family and friends. The New Year provides us an opportunity to reflect on those things that we wish to improve upon and make resolutions to enhance our lives. Our students will have this same opportunity as we stress the importance of goal setting and achievement in the second semester. Your childs academic motivation is coming, for the most part, from one source: you! While it is a tremendous responsibility, recognize that you also hold tremendous influence over your childs desire to learn. There are many things that you can do to help your student. Begin the discussion of goal-setting simply by asking your child what he or she hopes to accomplish or learn this second half of the year. You might even be surprised to find that the expectations your child has for himself or herself are higher than you imagined! Once your child picks a personal learning goal, help him or her develop a plan for accomplishing it. This will most likely include defining the goal, setting a time frame, and making a list of steps necessary in working toward the goal. You may also want to talk about how your child will realize that the goal has been accomplished. Finally, make sure you acknowledge your childs progress along the way. Knowing that mom or dad noticed will increase your childs sense of accomplishment and strengthen his or her self-determination. Best wishes for a healthy and happy 2012! Michelle McDowell Elementary Principal



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By Liz Collins The BR FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) has had a great year so far. We have two juniors that are State Officers Elect, Briana Vennard and Kassandra Clark. They will go into their state offices in March. We also have a State Junior Leader, 8th grader, Justine Anderson. We had a successful Tom Wat Sale in October; the profits will help send students to the state meeting March 28 31 at the Villa Roma Resort in Callicoon, NY. Thank you to everyone that purchased items from the members. PULL TABS AND INK CARTRIDGES Our FCCLA is still collecting pull tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. So far we have about 25 pounds. Our goal is to collect 50 pounds can you help us? We are also collecting used ink cartridges to recycle. PINK RIBBON COOKIES Thank you to everyone that bought pink ribbon cookies here at school and at the football game in October. We made $320. This was donated to breast cancer awareness.

Give yourself 2 points for each always answer, 1 point for each sometimes response and 0 points for each never response. Add up your score. What Your Score Means 20-15 points: You are a very good student. Continue what you are doing.


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Grades 10-12 Mrs. Crandall-Bean JANUARY 2012 REGENTS EXAMS: The January 2012 Regents Exam schedule is listed below. Most students retaking a Regents exam have already signed up for the exam in the high school Guidance Office; there is no fee for the January exams. Any student who has not signed up to retake an exam should see Mrs. Crandall-Bean ASAP to be sure an exam is available. Parents and students are reminded that for security reasons, the state never allows any make-ups for Regents exams. Regents exams are given throughout the entire state on the same date and at the same approximate time. Questions regarding January Regents Exams may be answered by calling Mrs. Crandall-Bean in the Guidance Office at 928-2985. JANUARY 2012 REGENTS TEST SCHEDULE Tuesday, January 24 8:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. 11:20 A.M. 2:30 P.M. RE in Integrated Algebra RCT in Global Studies RE in Comprehensive English

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worksheet first and gather several documents before completing the form. Please realize the importance of completing the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1st. By far, the best website Ive found to help with the financial aid process as well as loads of information about grants and loans is the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) website. It can be found at www.hesc.com. We also have several other very helpful financial aid links on our school website just check out the guidance page at http://www.brcs.wnyric.org. PSAT RESULTS ARRIVE FOR JUNIORS The results from the October PSAT (the SAT warm-up exam) have arrived and Mrs. Crandall-Bean reviewed them on December 22nd and January 3rd with the students who took the test. Students were given an interpretation of their test results, their actual test question booklet, and a copy of their score report to take home. The score report shows students what questions they answered correctly, incorrectly and omitted. In addition, the scoring service predicts an SAT score for those students who will take the SAT in the spring. Parents should review these results and call Mrs. Bean if they have questions. The next test for college-bound juniors will be the SAT and/or ACT exams, which are given in the spring. Information about test dates, costs, practice tests and registration forms for both tests are available in our Guidance Office, on our Guidance website and on the Internet. In December all juniors were given a packet with basic tips regarding how to register and prepare for this important college entrance examinations. ASVAB RESULTS FOR JUNIORS The ASVAB test results have arrived and on December 15th, Dr. Faith Durden, ASVAB Test Administrator, interpreted test results for our juniors. She then gave students the FYI, which stands for Find Your Interests career interest inventory as well as instruction on how to navigate the ASVAB Career Exploration website. After taking the ASVAB, students are given an individual Use Access Code on their score report which entitles them to free access to this excellent website for two years to complete additional career and college exploration. We are very excited that we are again able to implement this free high quality service for our juniors this year! As always, if you have any questions regarding the ASVAB, please contact the Guidance Office at 928-2985.


******************************************************************* Wednesday, January 25 8:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. 11:20 A.M. 2:30 P.M. 12:20 A.M. - 2:30 P.M. RE in Living Environment (Biology) RCT in US History RE in Algebra 2/Trigonometry RCT in Mathematics


Beginning in November, students taught by Mr. Pettenati and Mr. Spoor in the Media Communications Class at the Belmont Career and Technical Center, were given the opportunity to become an Adobe Certified Associate. As of today 14 students have taken and passed the exam. Over 1200 colleges and universities recognize and award 3 credit hours of credit for passing the Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop CS4 exam, through the American Council on Education.

******************************************************************* Thursday, January 26 8:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. RE in Geometry RE in US History RCT in Science RE in Chemistry RE in Earth Science RCT in Reading

11:20 A.M. 2:30 P.M. 11:20 A.M. 2:30 P.M. 12:20 P.M. 2:30 P.M.

******************************************************************** Friday, January 27 8:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. RE in Global History & Geography RCT in Writing

RE = Regents Exam RCT = Regents Competency Test (only for students with disabilities) SCHEDULING TO BEGIN SOON: During the months of February and March, Mrs. Crandall-Bean will begin meeting with students in grades eight through eleven to make out next years schedule requests. Parents and students should put plenty of thought into the preparation of a students schedule. It is very important to balance the quality and quantity of a schedule. That means that if the student is taking a very challenging schedule (high quality) then he may want to consider reducing the number of credits/course (quantity) in the schedule. On the other hand, if the student is not taking many Regents-level courses then he may want to increase the number of credits/courses he takes. This balance allows the greatest chance of student success. Helping to make this decision is where your childs counselor can be of great assistance. Heres how we schedule students at B-RCS. Each spring students meet with their counselor and receive a Schedule Request Form. This form lists the names of all our courses. As each student sits down with the counselor he highlights the courses he wants for next year. Keep in mind that each student must request a minimum of 6 1/2 credits per year. The student signs the form and is instructed to take it home and discuss it with his family, have a parent or guardian sign it and return it to his counselor. From here, all the student requests are entered into our computer system and the counselor begins to create the master schedule for next year. The master schedule is designed around all students requests and is usually finished around mid-summer. Soon thereafter, each student will receive a letter indicating the requests that we were actually able to schedule for the student. Sometimes courses meet during the same block of time and conflict with one another and the student may need to select a different elective course that fits in with their required courses. The student is instructed to review the letter and call school if she wants to make schedule change. It is very important to know that these changes must be made before the deadline that is listed on the letter. Once the deadline passes the request to change a course will not be honored unless it is a computer error or unless the students teacher feels that the work is at a level beyond the students capabilities. We do this because we need to plan accurately for class size when ordering textbooks and making teacher and room assignments. Parents with questions about their childs schedule are always welcome to contact their childs counselor. FINANCIAL AID ASSISTANCE Parents of seniors needing assistance in filing the financial aid form (FAFSA) for this year can either call Mrs. Crandall-Bean in the Guidance Office or the college their child plans on attending. FAFSA stands for Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This is the form that all college-bound seniors must complete with their parents in order to qualify for student loans and grant money. Paper forms of the FAFSA are no longer sent to high schools. Instead, parents must call 1-800-433-3243 or download a copy off the Internet at www.federalstudntaid.ed.gov. 98% of families filed the FAFSA over the Internet last year because the filing is much faster and safer than the paper form. To file over the Internet the student and one parent must get a PIN so they can electronically sign their FAFSA. To do this, go to www.pin.ed.gov...it only takes a few minutes. Seniors have already applied for their PINS in December during their Government class time. Next, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov and begin the filing process. Youll need to download a FAFSA

Pictured from left to right are: Aaron Joyce (Andover), Haley Robinson (BolivarRichburg), Dean Cooper (Belfast), Cierra Green (Andover), Samantha Bailey (Wellsville), Travis Dice (Wellsville), Murphy Geshwind (Wellsville), Kasey Gough (Wellsville), Dallas Greene (Andover), and Clinton Coy (Wellsville). Absent: Tyler Rhodes (Friendship), Paul Pangburn (Scio), Shawna Miller (Wellsville), and Patricia Hodgkins (Wellsville).

The month of January finds the Living Environment students creating papers and powerpoint presentations on featured scientists. Each student has a different scientist and each scientist has contributed to the field of biology in some manner. This project will reinforce research techniques, introduce the students to a variety of scientists achievements, and enable students to practice their life-skill of public speaking. Also during January, evolution will be covered as a unifying theme in biology. Evolution gives some reasons as to why we share some traits and much of our DNA with other organisms. As always, keep up with lab work and all homework can be found on the school website. Patricia Eshelman


In addition to the Fitness Center, the Weight Room (upstairs) will be open to the community starting January 3, 2012. Days and Hours Monday Thursday 7 to 8 PM Community members must be 18 years of age or older.

Every year I am reminded of the generosity of the people I work with at BolivarRichburg Central School. For the third year, several colleagues joined me in helping families have a Christmas. Between monetary and food donations, and gift buying, 15 people were able to have a happy holiday season. I would like to thank the following colleagues for their kindness and willingness to assist me in this endeavor: Mrs. Bokman, Mrs. Capawan, Mrs. Ebeling, Mrs. Ferris, Mrs. Loucks, Mrs. Lovell, Mr. Marshall, Mrs. McCullough, Mrs. Miles, Ms. Renyck, Mr. Sahm, Mrs. Schena, Mrs. Simard, Ms. Snow, Mrs. Wilber, and Mrs. Windus. I also want to thank the anonymous donors; I truly appreciate your kind gesture. If I have forgotten anyone, I sincerely apologize; I do however, believe that I work with some of the greatest people in the world. Thank you again for all you have done. Sincerely, Sherry Childs 6th grade Special Education Direct Consultant


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Class / Teacher Spanish 8 Mrs. Lasnick Spanish I Mrs. Walker Spanish II Mrs. Lasnick Spanish III Mrs. Walker Vocabulary topics Navidad research Asking questions School subjects Leisure Accepting/declining invitations shopping places around town outdoor living foods Grammar concepts Gender with articles -ar verb endings Stem changing verbs irregular past tense object pronouns Formal commands por

will read the stories See How We Grow, Farfallina and Marcel, Seeds, and Hide, Clyde. We will focus on the following comprehension skills: cause and effect, plot, drawing conclusions, and main idea. Our sight words for the month are: see, look, they, you, and of. In phonics, the students will be working on the letters Dd, Kk, Ff, and Oo. We will also continue sounding out and blending new words. Students are improving daily. Please continue practicing these skills with your child at home. Students have started addition in math. We will be spending this month doing many hands on activities to help the students learn how to write number sentences and add. We would like to congratulate the following students for being named student of the month: Aydin Sisson, Claire Pangburn, Madeline Thornton, and Grace Higby. We would also like to wish a happy birthday to the following student: Isabel Thomas (Jan 17).


Mrs. Farwell, Mrs. Ferris, Mrs. McClellan, Mrs. Scott..... In December first grade was busy traveling the world. We learned about different holiday celebrations from many countries like Italy, Germany, Mexico and Sweden, just to name a few. Our world travels ended with a trip on the Polar Express to the North Pole. We enjoyed our travels but were happy to return to Bolivar-Richburg Central School. January Birthdays 5 Gavan Dickerson & Trey Taylor 10 Alexis Learn 18 Evan Pinney 19 Samantha Bucher 20 Trent Sibble 29 Hunter Walp Students of the Month Mrs. Farwell Trent Sibble Mrs. Ferris Ethan Jones Mrs. McClellan David Baldwin Mrs. Scott Cole Neudeck

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Recently, Bolivar-Richburg Central School District has had chickenpox cropping up among its students. We havent seen chickenpox, also called varicella, in years because immunization is mandatory for all children. Why we are seeing chickenpox now is unknown, and will require testing by the Health Department. Meanwhile, parents and children should remain calm and learn about what we are dealing with. Chickenpox is a highly contagious viral illness caused by the varicella-zoster virus. It was a common childhood illness until the vaccine was developed in 1995. Since then, chickenpox has rarely been seen, and the disease is usually a milder form for vaccinated children. Chickenpox are spread person-to-person by directly touching the blisters, saliva or mucus of an infected person. It can also be transmitted through the air by coughing and sneezing, and indirectly by touching freshly contaminated items, such as clothing, from an infected person. Blisters that are dry and crusted are no longer able to infect others. Infected people will have a sudden onset of slight fever and will feel tired and weak. This will soon be followed by an itchy blister-like rash, mostly on covered areas of the body. They may develop on the scalp, armpits, trunk and even on the eyelids and mouth. The blisters eventually dry, crust over and form scabs. Students should be kept home until all blisters are dry and crusted. Symptoms usually appear 14 to 16 days (range of 10 to 21 days) after exposure to someone with chickenpox or herpes zoster (shingles). The virus can be transmitted from 1 to 2 days before the rash appears until all the blisters are dry and crusted. Most people do not get chickenpox more than once. However, since the virus remains in the body, it may cause shingles later in life. People with chickenpox should be kept home and away from others until the rash crusts over, usually 4-7 days. Infants and people with immune system deficiency disorders are especially vulnerable to the disease.

Mr. Bogey, Mrs. Livingston, Ms. Miles, Miss Scoville..... Happy New Year from second grade! In math, second graders have been busy working on becoming word problem whizzes and continuing to practice their addition and subtraction facts. In reading, we have been working on setting a purpose for our reading and using statements to help guide our reading. We have read folktales and stories about helping each other. Happy January birthday wishes go out to: 5 - Braelin Bentley 8 - Owen Vennard 17 - Sydney Feldbauer 21 - Lilly Johnson 30 - Lacie Buckley Chase Cook is Mrs. Livingstons student of the month. Chase has been working really hard and has been doing many kind things for his teacher and classmates. Hunter Stuck is Miss Scovilles student of the month. Bryannan Proctor is Ms. Miles student of the month. Paityn Johnston is Mr. Bogeys student of the month. Congratulations and keep up the good work!

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I would like to offer your child a wonderful opportunity to receive extra tutoring after school through the PeerWORX Tutoring program, offered at Bolivar Richburg Central School. I am excited for the chance to enrich their education. Our year is off to an excellent start. The PeerWORX program is a peer-tutoring program developed to assist school districts in achieving academic success. High school students receive research based training on effective tutoring techniques and assist teachers in reinforcing school curriculum with middle school students in need of academic assistance. Much more than just a peer tutoring program, PeerWORX promotes positive role modeling and mentoring relationships within schools, utilizing a schools greatest resource: their students. Tutoring focuses on completing the daily read and homework. Also, tutors and learners work together on math and language arts skills and school projects. I wanted to introduce myself as the program coordinator and to gather some information. My name is Molly Share, and I am looking forward to working with your child over this school year and aiding them in becoming the best students they can be. I can be reached Monday - Friday at Literacy West NY, Inc. The telephone number is (585) 268-5213, or by email, MShare@lwny.org. The program operates every Tuesday from 3-4pm.

Mrs. Cawley, Mrs. Hill, Mr. Smith..... December was a very busy month in third grade. We all learned about holidays and customs in other countries. Mrs. Hills class and Mrs. Cawleys class did research on individual countries. Each student selected a country and found information. After doing the research, the students made posters or boxes to display the information and then did a presentation to the class. Students brought in many interesting things to share with the class. It was a fun learning experience. In math, we have been working with multiplication, measurement, and time. We are doing our best to become fluent with math facts. We want to be able to answer a math question in five seconds! That is why we need to practice at home, too. We are finding out that it takes practice, practice, and more practice to memorize facts. We have made Flash Cards to use in the classroom. Is your child practicing at home? The things that Mrs. Cawleys class planted are really growing. We are most impressed with the potatoes. We are wondering if we will have enough potatoes by spring to cook. Unfortunately, our avocado hasnt sprouted yet. We are starting to give up hope. Mrs. Cawleys student of the month is Kyla Phearsdorf. Kyla shows good effort and is a good friend to the other students in the room. Mrs. Hills student of the month is Wayne Karnuth. Wayne has also been working extremely hard in school and has had the most amazing attitude towards learning. Mr. Smiths student of the month is Andrea Hint. Andrea is another hard worker. Congratulations and keep up the great work! The following people all have January birthdays: Katarina Barrett, Andrea Hint, Alexander MacDonell, Ethan Williams, Daniel Baldwin, Daniel Barkley, Mercedes Turybury, Tucker Gleason, and Allyson Hebert. Enjoy your special day! A New Years Reminder: For Book It!, students need to read 350 minutes this month. Because all students should be reading 20-30 minutes each night, a pizza should be just around the corner. Enjoy those books!

Ms. Weitzel, Mrs. Perry, Mr. Pruch..... Mr. Pruchs student of the month is Seth Brisky. Seth has been working very hard this year on both his academics and his behavior. Student of the month was presented to Madison Cowles in Mrs. Perrys class. Maddie is a hard worker who takes pride in doing a good job on her school work. It is not uncommon to find Maddie lending a helping hand to a friend. She is a shining example of a positive role model to her peers. Ms. Weitzels class chose Dennis Deck as their student of the month. Dennis always strives to complete his work and demonstrates good behavior. Congratulations Seth, Maddie and Dennis! Students have been pretty busy in ELA class this past month. Not only have we been writing personal narratives and newspaper articles, weve been reading many stories and using context clues to help us determine the meaning of unfamiliar words in the text. We shared stories that led us into a unit of Christmas Around the World. After sharing our own Christmas traditions and ways we celebrate Christmas in our own homes, students traveled around the world via a webquest to research a country of their choice. Students discovered new traditions, decorations, foods enjoyed, music shared, and some fun stories about Christmas in other countries. As each student presented his

Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Glover, Mrs. Rickicki, Mrs. Lovell..... We hope everyone had a wonderful break and a happy holiday. We hope to finish out the month of January and the second marking period strong. Throughout this month, we will be reading stories about how people, plants, and animals grow and change. We

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or her final project to the class, everybody was invited to share in the new knowledge of how Christmas is celebrated in other parts of the world. Mrs. Busack visited us in mid-December for two lessons: Rock Talk and Water, Water, Everywhere. These two lessons were part of our study of natural cycles. Fourth graders are learning about the water cycle, the cycle of the seasons, the cycle of rocks and nutrients, the cycle of day and night and so forth, and what causes them. Mrs. Busack had the boys and girls get involved in a variety of cooperative activities around the classroom. Mrs. Baldwin has presented several ACASA lessons this month also. The children are learning about the consequences of drug use, how and why friends are the biggest influence in their lives right now, and how to make good choices in learning how and when to say no to friends without losing their friendship and without suffering negative sequences. In math, students have completed their division and fraction unit. They did quite well in both. Remember to practice those skills. We will be working with money, learning how to tell time and learning about measurement in January. Please allow your child to use these three skills at home, at the store or working with crafts and cooking. These are teachable moments.

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GOOD SHEPHERD (Anglican) 29 South Street, (corner of Stone) Cuba, NY 14727 The Rev. Dr. Kenneth W. Gunn-Walberg Sundays........................3:30pm Evening Prayer and Holy Communion using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Followed by coffee hour. For info., call 716-968-2393. Visitors most welcome. SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Pastor James Haddon Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Tues. Alliance Youth . . .7:00pm Wed. Prayer Meeting.. .7:00pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 19 N. Main St., Portville, NY Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am HOUSE OF PRAYER South Bolivar Road Pastor: Roy Elliot Sunday Service............1:30pm Prayer Meeting Wed.........7pm Everyone Welcome SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Station, NY A Baptist Church with a Difference Pastor: Kenneth Chroniger 607-587-9176 Sabbath (Friday) Season of Prayer.......7:00pm Saturday: Chime Choir..............9:00am Fellowship Time........9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . . . .9:45am (Class for all ages) (Helping Hand Bible Study Guide avail.) Sabbath Worship........11:00am (Nursery for Preschool; Learners Worship for ages 5-12 available) Sanctuary Choir 2nd Sabbath............12:20pm Dish to Pass Fellowship Meal......12:30pm Youth Fellowship 1st & 3rd Saturdays. 7:00pm Junior Youth Fellowship 2nd Saturday............3:00pm Tuesday Bible Study Fellowship...............10:00am GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coon Crossing Road Shinglehouse814-697-7257 Pastor: Roger N. Hain Asst. Pastor: Thomas Isaacson Sunday School..............9:30am Classes for all ages. Morning worship........10:45am includes nursery, childrens church and junior church. Evening Service...........7:00pm Mon. (Sept.-Apr.). .JAM Clubs, for children in grades 1-6. Wed. (Sept.-Apr.) Grace Teens, for students in grades 7-12. Wed. Prayer Meeting .. 7:15pm Nursery available for Sunday School, Sunday worship services and Wed. ST MARYS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 111 Wellsville St., Bolivar, NY 585-928-1024 Parish Administrator: Deacon Frank Pasquale Sacramental Priest: Fr. Sean DiMaria Sunday Mass................8:00am Weekday Eucharist Mass Tues.............................11:30am Friday Mass...............12:30pm (followed by benediction) Reconciliation: First & Third Sunday.........................7:30am


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Mrs. Smith & Miss French ELA class has been a busy month with lots of reading and writing! We read three great stories: Midnight Ride of Paul Revere ~ a narrative poem, Jane Goodalls 10 Ways to Help Save Wildlife ~ expository nonfiction, and Wings for the King ~ a play. Every 5th grader also did a research project on an endangered animal. They learned a lot of information about their animal and presented their report to the class. Did you know that most animals are endangered due to human behavior?? The Student of the Month in our classroom is Tyler Haley. Tyler has shown great improvement in all areas. He works hard and respects his teachers and classmates. Happy birthday wishes go out to Drew Saunders on January 18 and Bryan Mascho on January 30.


Mrs. Walters and Mr. Feuchter Happy New Year! 2012 May your life be like Arithmetic Your joys be added, Your sorrows subtracted, Your cares divided, And your happiness multiplied.

Miss Bell

4th-5th Grade Concert

Tuesday, January 31, 2012 6:30 pm Richburg Gym Student performers should arrive at 6:10 for warm-up. All 4th-5th grade students are required to participate. Please plan now to provide transportation for your child. If you anticipate a problem or conflict, please contact Miss Bell immediately. Email is the easiest way to get in touch: rbell@brcs.wnyric.org or send a note with your child. Students should dress up for the concert. Information sheets including dress code have gone home with the children. Contact Miss Bell if you have questions about the dress code. This is going to be a fabulous, fun, exciting concert!

2nd-3rd Grade Concert

Tuesday, March 27, 2012 6:30 pm Richburg Gym Plan now to provide transportation for your child that night. Performers should dress up for the concert. All 2nd-3rd graders are required to participate. Mark your Calendar! COMMUNITY DANCE DAY!! March 15 in the evening Details to come! Bring the whole family and invite your friends! Fun, easy folk dancing from American, Irish, English, and French traditions. Expert dance teaching by nationally-known caller Sarah VanNorstrand. Even if youve NEVER danced before, Sarah will teach you everything you need to know and youll be able to join the fun right away! All thats required is a walking step! Rockin tunes that will have you on your feet in no time by nationally-acclaimed Great Bear Trio members Andrew & Noah VanNorstrand. Even if youre not sure about the dancing, come on over just to hear these stellar musicians on fiddle, guitar, electric guitar, banjo, foot percussion, mandolin, and....... (drum roll)..... DIGERIDOO!!
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BOLIVAR-RICHBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL LUNCH MENU January 18, 2012 - January 24, 2012 Wed. Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Green Beans, Fruit. Thurs. Cooks Choice. Fri. Cooks Choice. Mon. Pizza Logs, Dipping Sauce, Tossed Salad, Fruit. Tues. Hamburger or Cheeseburger, Tater Tots, Cooked Carrots, Fruit. Breakfast Prices: Full- $1.25. Reduced- 25. Lunch Prices: Full- $1.60. Reduced- 25. Please have your card with you and use your ID number at all times when purchasing food in the cafeteria. If you have an allergy to any food items please contact the cafeteria manager for an alternate. You must have a doctors excuse for these changes. Served Daily Assorted 8 oz. Milk, Assorted Fruits. Also available daily for breakfast: Cereal and Toast, Assorted Juice, Fruit, Assorted Milk. Elementary Students Pre-Order sandwich. Tossed salad will be available everyday with your meal. Served on Grab and Go Line- Salads, Subs, Fruit, Juice and Milk. Menu subject to change without notice. Breakfast available at the High School - Assorted Entrees offered daily may include: Bagel with Cream Cheese, Toast and Cereal, Breakfast Sandwiches, Breakfast Bars, Yogurt, Tastries, Cinni Minnis, Breakfast Pizza, Cinnamon Rolls (Thursdays only). Side Dishes: Fresh Fruit, Fruit Cup, Assorted Juices, Assorted Milk. *Menu subject to change due to food availability. f

LOG HOUSE, ONE BEDROOM- Includes stove and refrigerator, $400 a month. Adults, no pets. References. 585-928-1040. tfc FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Friendship: Well kept three bedroom, two bath double wide in nice neighborhood. Open living and dining rooms. $675/month. Call Cornerstone 607936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Friendship: Remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home on its own 1.4 acres of land with two-car garage. Great home for smaller families. Pets allowed. $595/month. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 419 Trapping Brook Road Wellsville, NY 14895 585-593-1637 620 West Sullivan Street Olean, NY 14760 716-372-0693 101 Front Ave. Salamanca, NY 14779 716-945-2421 Pastor: Bill McNeil Randolph Church Washington St., 14772 Phone 716-358-3681 Pastor: Bill McNeil Saturday Morning Worship & Sabbath School Call: Pastor Bill McNeil for times.............716-372-8133 BOLIVAR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 80 Friendship St., Bolivar 585-928-2224 Pastor: Geri Rapino 585-208-8484 Sun. School (adult). 9:30-11am Sunday Worship.........11:05am Contemporary Service 2nd & 4th Sundays.................6:00pm COME, SHARE, REJOICE! Celebrate Gods Grace, Witness For Jesus Christ. KOSSUTH COMMUNITY CHAPEL (Mennonite) Bolivar, NY585-928-1452 Pastor: Marlin Miller Assoc. Pastor: Russell Zimmerman Morning Worship.........9:30am Sunday School............10:45am Bible Study and Prayer 2nd & 4th Wednesday. . .7pm Evening Service, Last Sunday of month.......................7:00pm BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCA) 79 Brooklyn Street Portville, NY Rev. Paula Roulette Sunday Worship...........9:00am Sunday School............10:30am ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Vickie Hedlund Route 417 Sunday Morn. Worship...10am Sunday School Classes, for all school-age children. . . .10:00am Nursery care avail. infants-3 During church services...10am A warm welcome is extended to all to come and worship our Risen Lord with us!


VALLEY RECYCLING: BUYING SCRAP copper, brass, aluminum, stainless steel, etc. Top prices! 34 W. Union Street, Allegany, NY. 716-372-9542. tfcb PETERSON STOVES Are your heating bills too high? Check out our coal, wood, and gas stoves, free standing units, forced air and hot water boilers. Clean burning, automatic feed. Heat the average home all winter for only $1,100. Call 585-933-7277. tfcb FOR SALE - TRAC-RAC ALUMINUM LADDER RACK, almost new condition, off of Dodge 6 bed. Call 814-366-0325. tffb BEAGLE PUPPIES - AKC Hunting parents, great pet, registered, shots and wormed, $225. 814-778-5352, Kriner. 2/17pb MILITARY ASSOCIATION CONDUCTING MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The Bucktail Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America is conducting a membership drive. To be eligible to be a member, you must have been a military/civilian officer, past and present, of any branch of service that was honorably discharged or retired. One year free membership, luncheons/meetings are held most months. Be an active part of a special band of brothers with your fellow officers. Be informed on current civilian/military aspects of our country and the world. For more details, or for an application, contact Daniel J. Causer Sr. CWO (USAR) Ret. at 814-225-3681 or e-mail to dancauser1@yahoo.com Now more than ever in our republic, we must band together to support our military and the Constitution of the United States of America. NOTE: Eldred, PA is the former home of the ammo plant and nitro plant for the American Army and British Army during WWII and was still active till the middle of 1950. fb

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White diamond and only 10,000 miles! #11653P

MSRP: $31,785

SALE $23,995


Leather, V6, P/sunroof, 6 disc CD, spoiler Only 37,000 miles.

BLUE BOOK: $16,705

SALE $13,995

Black w/chrome wheels, V6, remote start, 100,000 mile BLUE BOOK: $19,150 warranty. Only 27,000 miles.


SALE $15,995


Heated seats, V6, full power equipment, 52,000 miles. SALE


P/sunroof, Sync by Microsoft, power seat, alloy wheels, 31 mpg highway, 25,000 one owner miles. #11437AB 3.9 V6, heated bucket seats, 41,000 miles. 100,000 mile warranty.

BLUE BOOK: $17,435

SALE $14,995


Heated leather seats, remote start, full power equipment, 49,000 miles. V6, power seat, CD, keyless entry, and only 75,000 miles.

BLUE BOOK: $17,200

SALE $14,995


SALE $13,995


SALE $6,995


LT model w/full power equipment. Just 18,000 miles!

Sport, V6, full power equipment, only 17,000 miles.

MSRP: $34,650

SALE $25,995


45,000 one owner miles! V6, CD, Onstar, keyless entry, alloy wheels, 100,000 mile warranty.


MISCELLANEOUS SECTION EARN COLLEGE DEGREE ONLINE. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 1-800-494-2785. www.CenturaOnline.com AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for hands-on aviation career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance, 1-877-202-0386. DISH NETWORK. Starting at $19.99/month plus 30 premium movie channels. Free for 3 months! Save! Ask about same day installation! Call 1888-823-8160. ANY LAPTOP REPAIRED just $79. Macs, too. Really! Free Fedex shipping! $69 extra for screen or motherboard replacement. Call Authorized Laptop Repair Specialists, 1-877-283-6285. HEAT YOUR HOME for 5 cents an hour! Portable infrared iHeater heats 1000 sq.ft.. Slashes your heating bills by 50%. Free shipping too! Use claim code 6239. Was $499. Now $279. Call 1-888-443-7314. U.S. RADIATION EXPOSURE cancer compensation $50k-$400k. Nuclear workers, military, downwinders, familes. Call toll free 1-855-EEOICPA (1855-336-4272). www.StephensStephens.com. 410 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SECTION CLARINET, VIOLIN, FLUTE, TRUMPET, amplifier, Fender guitar $75 each. Upright bass, cello, saxophone, French horn, drums $189 each. Others 4sale 1-516-377-7907. REAL ESTATE SECTION DO YOU HAVE vacation property for sale or rent? With promotion to nearly 5 million households and over 12 million potential buyers, a statewide classified ad cant be beat! Promote your property for just $490 for a 15word ad. Place your ad online at fcpny.com or call 585-928-2470. FARM LIQUIDATION SALE! Jan. 21st! 40 acres - house/barn - $149,900. Handyman farmhouse, huge barn, pond, stream! 3 hrs NY city! 1/2 hr Albany! Call now to register & receive huge buyers credits! 1-888-775-8114 WANTED TO BUY SECTION WANTED ALL MOTORCYCLES, pre 1985, $Cash$ paid! Running or not. 1-315-569-8094. WANTED Diabetes test strips. Any kind/brand. Up to $22.00. Shipping paid. 1-800-267-9895 / www.SellDiabeticstrips.com BUYING EVERYTHING! Furs, coins, gold, antiques, watches, silver, art, diamonds. The Jewelers Jeweler Jack 1-917-696-2024 By Appointment. Lic-Bonded.


SALE $15,995
BLUE BOOK: $21,030


SALE $20,995


Leather, CD w/XM radio, Onstar, keyless entry, running boards, tow pkg. 40,000 one owner miles.

SALE $17,995


White diamond, heated leather seats, 20 wheels, premium BLUE BOOK: $32,345 audio, V6, 10,000 one owner miles! SALE $28,995 V6, P/seat, CD/Sat radio, alloy wheels, 25,000 one owner miles! SALE Full power equipment, CD/Sat radio, 19,000 one owner miles!

#12605A #11371C

All wheel drive, Bose 6 disc w/XM, power everything! 52,000 one owner miles. Leather, V6, P/sunroof, CD/Sat radio, 73,000 miles.

SALE $25,995
BLUE BOOK: $17,920




SALE $14,995
BLUE BOOK: $22,384

#12116A SALE $19,495 #12153A
V6, heated leather seats, P/sunroof, Infinity audio w/XM, 53,000 one owner miles.

SALE $17,995


Extended length, 7 passenger, DVD player, dual P/sliding doors, remote start, park assist., 60,000 miles. SALE




LT w/All Star pkg., 5.3 V8, remote start, park assist., BLUE BOOK: $30,194 bed liner, Z-71, 10,000 one owner miles. SALE $27,995 V8, CD/XM, Onstar, steps, tow pkg. 21,000 one owner miles. BLUE BOOK: $26,752


6.0L Max towing pkg., matching fiberglass cap, remote start, BLUE BOOK: $26,662 steps, CD/XM, Onstar, 33,000 one owner miles. SALE $22,995 SLE, Vortec 3500, bucket seats, full power equipment, CD, tonneau cover, bed liner, 66,000 one owner miles. BLUE BOOK: $17,658


SALE $22,995


SALE $15,995
BLUE BOOK: $14,097


SLE, Vortec 3.7L, engine, bed liner, tonneau cover, BLUE BOOK: $23,423 tow pkg., 100,000 mile warranty. SALE $19,995

LT, V8, matching fiberglass cap, steps, full power

#11618A equipment, 63,000 one owner miles. SALE $12,995

V8, auto., A/C, 8 box, cruise, CD, 54,000 one owner miles. BLUE BOOK: $17,119


Black w/20 chrome wheels, chrome steps, chrome grille, BLUE BOOK: $28,600 remote start, 39,000 one owner miles. SALE $24,995 LT pkg., V8, CD/XM, Onstar, 32,000 one owner miles. BLUE BOOK: $25,118


SALE $14,995


SALE $20,995


Top of the line SLT model! Heated leather seats, Bose, BLUE BOOK: $24,290 Z-71, 42,000 one owner miles. SALE $19,995

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ANGUS BROOD COWS- Four due May 2012, plus two cows open calves at size. 814-544-9023. 2/10pb THREE BEDROOM RANCH HOME: Barden Brook, Eldred, Pa. 1 & 3/4 baths, many updates, 3 acres, two car attached garage, appliances included. Check us out on pennswoods or call 814225-3775. 2/10pb CHECK OUT WWW.MONEYSAVERADVERTISING.COM Your Moneysaver, Your Community Connection online. 5/3fb STRANGE BUT TRUE by Samantha Weaver In medieval Japan, dentists removed patients teeth with their bare hands. *** Thought for the Day: Television news is like a lightning flash. It makes a loud noise, lights up everything around it, leaves everything else in darkness and then is suddenly gone. -- Hodding Carter (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.

GREATER OLEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE UPCOMING EVENTS www.oleanny.com / www.oleaninfo.com Jan. 18- Free Bone Density Screening with the coupon from GOACC member directory, Olean Medical Group, 535 Main St., Olean. Call for an appt., 716-376-2242. Next free screening dates are January 18 and April 11. Jan. 21- Snowshoe Blitz, Pfeiffer Nature Center, 1974 Lillibridge Rd., Portville, 10am-2pm. Snowshoe Blitz gives local people the opportunity to enjoy something new while taking part in a relaxing hike through the forest. Paths, Peaks and Paddles, an outdoor company from Buffalo, NY, will be giving snowshoe lessons and a guided tour at the Pfeiffer Nature Center. Snowshoes will be provided and hot chocolate will be given to everyone after the hike. The event operates rain or shine unless conditions are unsafe. Because this is a popular event, pre-registration is required. To register for the Snowshoe Blitz, call (716)-9330187 or email naturalist@pfeiffernaturecenter.org The registration deadline is Jan. 18. Cash/checks are the only accepted form of payment. fb NOW HERES A TIP By JoAnn Derson Mix some salt with a little bit of water and rub the mixture over your hands for a few minutes to get rid of the smell of garlic or onions from cooking. Rinse under cold water. -- J.J. in Nevada

HAINES TRUCK CAPS: Fiberglass & aluminum. Tonneau covers & bedliners. Route 417 and 219, Kill Buck, NY, 716-945-5359. Monday-Friday 9-5, Saturday 9-1 or by appointment. tfcb FRIENDLY CORE CO. Recycling automotive catalytic converters and non-ferrous metals. M-F 8:00-5:00 or by appointment or well pick up your material. We pay cash or check! 814-697-6839. 1/2 mile past Dollar Store, on Rte. 44S, Shinglehouse, Pa. tfcb BUYING JUNK CARS AND SCRAP-Highest prices paid in the area. Pick up or delivered. Walt Miles, 814-642-7358; 814-5981844 (cell). tfcb MONEYSAVER READER ADS GET GREAT RESULTS- Fill out the reader ad form in this issue and see for yourself! 5/3fb NARCONON RECOVERY TIP #54 Dont Forget To Take Your Vitamins Addiction causes nutritional deficiencies. When someone is using drugs vital minerals and vitamins are used up and it can take the body several days, weeks, months, or even years to build the vitamins back up, depending on the severity of the addiction. While in treatment and after, it is important to get nutrients back into the body. One way to do this is to take vitamins every day. You can visit a local store or even see a doctor or nutritionist on what is best to take. If you or a loved one is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction call Narconon Arrowhead at 800-468-6933 or visit us at www.stopaddiction.com. fb DOLLAR STRETCHER TIPS Want to live better on the money you already make? Visit <http:/ /www.stretcher.com/index.cfm?TipsSyn > to find hundreds of articles to help you stretch your day and your dollar! Copyright 2012 Dollar Stretcher, Inc. - Dollar Stretcher Tips *** PROTECTING YOUR BLOW DRYER Periodically take an old toothbrush and clean the air vents on the back of your blow dryer, removing the lint that has accumulated. It will increase the airflow so that your blow dryer doesnt get overheated. -Tina H.


SPORTS QUIZ By Chris Richcreek 1. Who has hit the most career home runs in Detroit Tigers history? 2. Name the most recent Yankees starting pitcher to be elected to the Hall of Fame. 3. When was the last time the University of South Carolina won a conference championship in football? 4. Name the three NBA players who have finished a season shooting at least 50 percent from the field, 50 percent from the 3point line and 80 percent from the free-throw line. 5. Entering the 2011-12 NHL campaign, how many consecutive seasons had the San Jose Sharks won the Pacific Division? 6. In 2011, 21-year-old Austin Dillon became the youngest driver to win a season championship in NASCAR Truck Series history. Who had been the youngest? ANSWERS 1. Al Kaline, with 399 home runs. 2. Phil Niekro, who pitched for the Yankees in 1984-85. 3. It was 1969, as a member of the ACC. 4. Steve Kerr (1995-96), Tim Legler (1995-96) and Detlef Schrempf (1994-95). 5. Four consecutive seasons. 6. Travis Kvapil was 27 when he won it in 2003. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.


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BIBLE TRIVIA by Wilson Casey 1. Is the Book of Micah in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From 1 Samuel 2, what mother brought her son a coat every year? Hannah, Elisabeth, Rebekah, Sapphira 3. David met Goliath with his sling, and smooth stones to the number of ... ? 2, 3, 4, 5 4. From Exodus 4, whom did God ask, Who hath made mans mouth? Eve, Noah, Moses, Adam ANSWERS: 1) Old; 2) Hannah; 3) 5; 4) Moses (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. HOLLYWOOD By Tony Rizzo HOLLYWOOD -- This story should be a movie. Carol Channing won a Tony Award playing Dolly Levi in Hello Dolly on Broadway from 1964-70 and again in 78 and 95, and also a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination for Thoroughly Modern Millie in l964. In 2000, in her memoir, Just Lucky, she wrote about her first love, at 15, Harry Kullijian. A mutual friend read it and nudged Harry to call Carol. Nine years ago, the thrice-married Carol moved to Palm Springs and married Harry. On Dec. 21, Carol performed her act at The Aqua Caliente Casino in Palm Springs, with Harry at her side. The following Monday, on the eve of his 92nd birthday, Harry suffered an aneurysm and died. At least they had a chance to get it right before it was too late! She was the hit of the 2011 Tribeca film festival in New York as the subject of Dori Bernsteins documentary, Carol Channing: Larger than Life. Happy 91st birthday, Carol (on Jan. 31), and many more! *** Kaye Stevens, who passed away in late December at 76, was a magical person who lit up a room just by entering it. Discovered by Johnny Carsons sidekick, Ed McMahon, she frequently guested on The Tonight Show and performed with the Rat Pack (Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr.) and on many of Bob Hopes USO tours for the troops. I met Kaye when she played Jeri Clayton on Days of Our Lives in l974. We got along so well, she asked me to manage her career. In l976, when the newly elected California Sen. S.I. Hayakawa was inaugurated, he wanted ONLY Kaye to perform at his ball, attended by Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy. Waiting to go on stage, Kaye asked me, What can we do to make People magazine this week? I came up with a plan. The senators hobby was tap dancing, and two famous moviemusical tap dancers were in the ballroom: Gene Nelson, best remembered for the film Oklahoma, and Buddy Ebsen (then Barnaby Jones on TV), who danced with Judy Garland in MGM musicals. I knew Ebsen wouldnt want to dance, so I suggested Kaye have the audience keep applauding until he got up. Kaye got them onstage, and they tapped to a standing ovation and across two pages of People magazine that week -- in a photo I took! (c) 2012 King Features Synd.

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COLLECT SOME BARGAINS- Looking to complete your set of something? Check out our reader ads. Whatever youre looking for, odds are you can find it in the Moneysaver! COUCH THEATER -- DVD PREVIEWS By Sam Struckhoff PICKS OF THE WEEK Drive (R) -- Ryan Gosling stars in this stylized thriller about a getaway driver who gets involved in a job gone wrong. Goslings manof-few-words protagonist smolders opposite Carey Mulligan, the young mother next door who can never be rid of the trouble caused by her convict husband. The taciturn motorist takes an interest in pulling her out of danger, and becomes the target of some bad guys on the take. Dont assume this is another coulda-been-Statham, generic car-chase flick. Drive has an original look, masterful pacing and intense violence all to the tune of a buttery-smooth, pitch-perfect soundtrack. If you can handle the visceral shocks and escalating tensions, then this is a wild ride of current, cool and unforgettable cinema. In Time (PG-13) -- In a bluish near-future science-fiction world, time is literally money. Wealthy people stay young and live forever, while the working sods have to scrape by just to make it another day. Its a nifty idea for a Bonnie and Clyde, upset-the-system type of adventure. Too bad the whole thing falls flat and runs out of time while the film is still rolling. Justin Timberlake plays a blue-collar guy who gains a windfall when a wealthy man decides hes sick of immortality and gives all of his time to Timberlake, thus killing himself. By this point, the movie has just begun to preach loud and clear through its thin metaphor for wealth inequality. The movie gets dull as the plot limps along, the characters stay flat and the heavy-handed speeches continue. The Thing (R) -- In a remote facility in Antarctica, a few cabinfevered researchers find something not of this world. A grotesque shapeshifting alien is making its way though their roster, and nobody knows whom to trust or where to run. Its a prequel that plays it so close to the original that its almost a remake. For a pointless prequel, it sure tries its best. Unfortunately for this Thing, John Carpenters 1982 The Thing casts a long, cold shadow as one of the best American horror films. The thing about the new Thing (sorry folks), is that it has thrills based around gore and things jumping out at you, but it never learns to walk on its own, and instead relies on mimicking the exact characteristics of the original without getting the real hang of it. The Big Year (PG) -- Jack Black, Owen Wilson and Steve Martin are three comedy steeds hitched to this cart that goes nowhere. This lukewarm flick about competitive bird watchers has its threedimensional characters, but the comedy never really takes flight. Its on a small-scale, but there is some enjoyment in the movie if youre patient and gentle-tempered with it.

TV RELEASES Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking [Blu-ray] Hey Dude: Season Two Agatha Christies Poirot: Series 1 Agatha Christies Poirot: Series 2 Frontline: A Perfect Terrorist (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. CELEBRITY EXTRA By Cindy Elavsky Q: A while back I remember reading on your website (celebrityextraonline.com) about a movie with Will Ferrell spoken entirely in Spanish. Is this still happening? -- Dave R., via e-mail A: The movie you are referring to is called Casa de mi Padre, which also stars Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna and Efren Ramirez. It is indeed in the style of the telenovela and is entirely in Spanish (with English subtitles for us gringos). The movie hits theaters March 16, and you can see the first trailer on the movies Facebook page and on YouTube (search Casa de mi Padre). *** Q: I loved The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Are there plans to film the second book in the series? I hope so! -- Stephanie S., Hollywood, Fla. A: Although the box-office returns for Dragon Tattoo arent blockbuster material, you can bet 10,000 kronor that The Girl Who

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DONNA'S DAY: CREATIVE FAMILY FUN Fun Games to Keep Minds Sharp in 2012 I resolve to build a better brain in 2012. If you're like me, the "think tank" can always use a little exercise, and it's easier and definitely more fun to keep a resolution when you share the challenge with friends and family. That's where games come in. Here are a couple of fun brain games to put smiles on faces and help everyone in the family keep their mind sharp. TAKE TWO! When you don't have time for a standard Scrabble board game, try this speedy version that uses the letter tiles without the board. My daughter taught it to us years ago, and our family is still hooked! Here's how: Turn all the Scrabble tiles upside down in the center of the table. Each player takes seven tiles, turns them over and quickly creates words in his own crossword arrangement in front of him. Each word must connect with another, as it would on a Scrabble board. As soon as one of the players has used all seven tiles to form his words, he shouts, "Take 2." Each player now draws two more tiles and attempts to work them into their arrangements. Continue this fast-paced play with each player drawing two tiles when someone shouts, "2." As the game progresses, players may rearrange their words as they work in the new letters. When all tiles are gone from the center, the game proceeds until one player has used up all of his letters. Count individual scores by adding up the points printed on each of the letters for all words formed. Deduct points for tiles not used. Highest score wins. I-SPY MEMORY GAME Pull out your kitchen junk drawer, gather family members around and say, "Ready, Set, Go!" Quietly study the contents for 20 seconds. Hide the drawer, and ask everyone to write a list of items they saw. Designate an amount of time for writing, depending on ages of your kids. When time is up, read off your answers, and the longest list wins. For another round, try other storage areas, such as a tackle box, sewing basket or your desk drawer when kids visit your office. Donna Erickson's award-winning series "Donna's Day" is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna's Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is "Donna Erickson's Fabulous Funstuff for Families." (c) 2012 King Features Synd., Inc.


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CELEBRITY EXTRA Q: I really liked "That '70s Show," especially Danny Masterson. I haven't really seen him in anything lately and was wondering what shows/movies he has lined up. -Leonard G., via e-mail A: TBS just announced that it is aproducing a new series called "Men at Work," which will star Danny along with James Lesure, Michael Cassidy and Adam Busch. The story follows the misadventures of four friends who work together at a magazine, with Danny's character, Milo, being recently dumped and his friends helping him get back in the game. Slated to premiere this Danny Masterson summer, the show was created by Breckin Meyer (of "Franklin and Bash" and "Clueless" fame), who is co-executive-producing the show and also wrote the pilot. There's no word yet on whether Breckin plans to make a cameo in the series. Q: My husband is a huge fan of the History Channel, especially its series "Battlefield Detectives." Any chance it will come out on DVD? I'd love to surprise him with it! -- Kaitlin M., in Minnesota A: Surprise your husband this Valentine's Day with a three-volume boxed set of the entire first season of the series. "Battlefield Detectives," which ran from 2003 to 2006, explored history's famous battles, focusing on the battlefield itself and conducting re-enactments and forensic research to better understand what really happened. The DVDs also come with a 16-page viewer's guide and biographies of major military leaders, plus other extras. Go to acornonline.com for more info on the series. Q: You mentioned that Madonna will be performing the halftime show at the Super Bowl this year, and it got me to wondering if Animal Planet will be continuing its tradition of showcasing its "Puppy Bowl" competition. Please say yes! -- Cara O., Halifax, Nova Scotia A: YES! Animal Planet's annual canine competition, "Puppy Bowl VIII," will air on Sunday, Feb. 5, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET/PT. Animal Planet has searched shelters and rescue groups across the nation for the toughest pups ever to carry a chew toy across the goal line and into an end zone. And if you want to skip (or DVR) Madonna's halftime show, the cute and cuddly kittens are returning to "Puppy Bowl" with an allnew edition of the Bissell Kitty Halftime Show. All of the animals featured in "Puppy Bowl" come from rescues and shelters across the United States. This year's starting lineup includes puppies from spcaLA, All Star Pet Rescue, Go Boxer Rescue, Pet Matchmaker Rescue, Furever Dachshund Rescue and Huts for Mutts Dog Rescue. Those interested in adopting a pet in your area can visit petfinder.com. Q: Aside from her Twitter ramblings, what else has Ellen Barkin been

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Have you walked with a two-year old? Have you ever tried to take a twoyear-old on a straight-ahead walk? It just doesnt happen. Children that age have an entirely different agenda. For a two-year-old, there is no sense of accomplishment with leaving point A in order to arrive at point B. The only reason for even venturing out the door is the prospect of the journey- or to meander - between point A and point B. When youre two, the world is still a new and fascinating place. Every stone deserves investigation, every mud puddle calls you, and every creepy, crawly creature must be scrutinized and subjected to awe, or torture, or screams of delight and horror. When youre two, the only possible reason for finally arriving at point B is so that now you can begin the trek back to point A. In this New Year, dont be in too big a hurry to get where youre going. Avoid getting consumed with checking every item off of your to-do list. Enjoy the moment as you listen to life today like a two-year old and make a positive life. A public service message brought to you by

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Retail: $23,555
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Retail Shults Price 2005 Mercury Mariner SUV Premier 4WD- T4248A, 74,788 mi. $13,500 $10,500* 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser SUV 4WD- T4188A, 54,937 mi. $21,995 $17,843* 2010 Toyota RAV4 SUV 4WD- TP2089, 44,855 mi. $21,875 $18,875* 2010 Toyota RAV4 SUV 4WD- TP2088, 44,093 mi. $21,888 $18,888* 2009 Toyota RAV4 SUV 4WD- TP2090, 21,533 mi. $20,000 $16,943* 2010 Toyota Sienna Van LE FWD- T4111A, 50,100 mi. $20,999 $16,943* 2007 Toyota Sienna Van XLE FWD- T3572A, 26,421 mi. $22,995 $17,743* 2008 Jeep Wrangler 4x4- Black. $ 15,245* Lets sling some mud girls & boys. 2008 Highlander Ltd. 4x4- Gold, 92k mi. Looks like 30. $ 20,000* Your neighbor will never know! $ 2007 Toyota F/J Cruiser- Blue stick w/4x4. 18,200* $ 2004 TrailBlazer 4x4- 3rd row seat. 6,000*

05 Toyota Prius Sedan FWD

T4116A, 73,679 mi.

Retail: $10,895
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08 Jeep Liberty SUV Sport

BP12241B, 4WD, 72,602 mi. Retail: $16,500 Shults Price:


10 Chev. Traverse SUV LT AWD

BP12221, LT w/1LT, 21,200 mi. Retail: $23,830 $ * Shults Price: 18,843

2003 Chevy Silverado Ext. Cab 4x4 $ Auto., V-8 4,500 WOW!

08 Mazda CX-7 SUV Gr. Tour.

B20003B, AWD, 44,083 mi. Retail: $19,975 $ * Shults Price: 16,383


10 Toyota Matrix Wagon FWD

TP2079, 46,345

Retail: $14,500
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11 Hyundai Santa Fe SUV GLS

BP12270, AWD, 21,599 mi.

Retail: $25,650
Shults Price:



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10 Chrys. Town & Country Tour. Van FWD- BP12209
32,312 mi. Retail: $21,675 $ * Shults Price: 13,995


Retail 2008 Buick Enclave SUV CX AWD- B20058A, 67,044 mi. $24,140 2008 Ford Escape SUV XLT 4WD- T4231A, 70,115 mi. $19,475 2001 Ford Escape SUV XLS 4WD- TP2064A, 135,356 mi. $6,995 2002 Jeep Liberty SUV Limited 4WD- BP12271A, 117,237 mi. $10,850 2002 Jeep Liberty SUV Limited 4WD- BP12235A $9,995 Shults Price

21,140* 15,475*

3,995* 7,850* 6,995


09 Buick Lucerne Sdn. CXL-4

B19603A, FWD, 33,854 mi.

Retail Shults Price 2004 Chev. Silverado 1500 Truck $ 7,900* LS 4WD- B19492B, 122,625 mi. $10,900 2003 Chev. Silverado 1500 Truck $ 8,500* LT 4WD- T3931C 113,850 mi. $11,500 2004 Dodge Dakota Truck $ 11 Chev. Impala Sedan LT SLT 4WD- B20031B, 85,410 mi. $11,855 8,855* BP12230, FWD, 28,039 mi. 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 Truck Retail: $19,000 $ * $ * SLE 4WD- B20040A, 37,329 mi. $26,995 23,995 Shults Price: 11,700 2000 GMC Sierra 1500 Truck $ SL 4WD- BP12273L, 89,359 mi. $10,995 7,995* 2008 GMC Sierra 2500 Truck SLE1 4WD- B19974A, 147,341 mi. $15,995 $11,950* 2004 Nissan Frontier 2WD Truck $ 8,843* XE RWD- TP2092, 50,150 mi. $12,500 10 Toyota RAV4 SUV LTD 4WD 2005 Nissan Titan Truck TP2071, 37,695 mi. XE 4WD- T4245A, 107,656 mi. $15,555 $12,555* Retail: $25,995 2008 Toyota Tacoma Truck $ * Shults Price: 19,843 4WD- TP2083, 39,427 mi. $18,743 $15,743* 2005 Toyota Tacoma Truck 4WD- T4142A, 88,943 mi. $13,544 $10,544* 2008 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck LTD- T4257A, 38,148 mi. $32,555 $29,555* 2007 Toyota Tundra Truck SR5 4WD- T4279A, 47,000 mi. $27,995 $21,500* 11 Toyota Camry Sedan LE TP2081, FWD, 45,601 mi. 2003 Toyota Tundra Crew Cab 4x4 Retail: $17,250 TRD Off Road SR5- White w/cap & great looks! $ * Shults Price: 12,500 $ * T4266A, 90,504 mi. $13,500 10,500 2008 Silverado Crew Cab 4x4- 52k mi. Very well kept truck. Trade that rust bucket! $ 2005 Nissan Titan 4x4- 107k mi. 10,800* 2007 Toyota Tundra Double 4x4 SR5- Speedway blue, one-owner, 46k mi, Oh yes Cameron! 2004 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab- Auto., 50,150 mi. $9,550*

Retail: $19,555
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BP12228, 28,338 mi. Retail: $15,725 $ * Shults Price: 10,995

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