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NUNDA, 15 Water St.: Cape Cod
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family room, fnished basement with
inlaw style apartment, 2 car attached
garage, large rear paved patio.
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Colonial. Vinyl siding, eat in kitchen,
formal dining room, two large enclosed
porches, small barn for storage, large
lot. Priced below assessment.
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Vol. 54, No. 44 - November 3, 2013
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Jacob Blanchard, a sophomore at Keshequa
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6 x 10..........$43
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AFTER HOURS AFTER HOURS
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The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and counsels victims of disasters; provides nearly half of the nations blood supply;
teaches lifesaving skills; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a charitable organization not
a government agency and depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its humanitarian
mission. For more information, please visit www.redcrossnorth.org or contact us at 585-243-7029.
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Air Conditioning Tune-Up
$49.95 up to 2 lbs freon
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$89.95 up to 3 lbs freon
FALL INTO FUN! Make beautiful jewelry for yourself or great
Christmas Gifts, Thursday, November 14th, 5:30-7:30pm at
Livingston Arts Center, 4 Murray Hill Drive, Mount Morris.
Make 6 or more pieces. All supplies and instructions included.
Cost: $25 per person. Bring a friend and both save $5.00.
Reserve your seat now. Call Pam (585) 704-4513.
Cuylerville Volunteer Fire Departments
Steak & Turkey
Rafe
Snacks and
Refreshments
Provided!
For a good
time with
great friends,
come join us!
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The Nunda Rotary Club
will be accepting monetary donations
(501-3-c tax deduction)
during the month of November to purchase
Food Vouchers as the clubs part in the
Nunda Community Christmas Project.
Monetary donations may be sent to:
Nunda Rotary Club
Attn: Ken Veneron- Club Treasurer
PO Box 548
Nunda, NY 14517
The Nunda Rotary Club would like to thank all for
your generosity in this season of giving.
RESIDENTS OF THE
TOWN & VILLAGE OF LEICESTER
The Town Board has authorized the Highway
Superintendent to open the town property at
the southern end of Upper Mount Morris Road
(known as Squakie Hill) to allow all residents as a
place to dispose of any bio-degradable outdoor
yard cleanings (branches, sticks, leaves, etc.)
NO GARBAGE PLEASE.
Open Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 8:00 am
12:00 noon. Any questions, call the Town Hall at
382-3231 between 8 am-4 pm, Monday-Friday.
Visit our website: www.townofeicester.org
1997 DODGE CONVERSION VAN: 118,000 miles, PA van, $3900.
PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.
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WHATS HAPPENING
This page is donated as a public service by the Mount Morris Shopper for use by various organizations and groups
to announce at no charge, non-proft coming events in the Mount Morris area.
What Elses Happening on page 5! e
MONDAY, NOV. 4: Holiday Penny Social & Bake Sale at Har-
rison Lee Post 283, Livonia Center. Door prizes, refreshments,
baked goods, 50/50. Many new and gently used items and crafts.
Calling begins at 7 PM. Come support the Legion Auxiliary.
MONDAY, NOV. 4: RSVP Deadline for Cornell Cooperative
Extension Livingston County Annual Meeting-Thursday, Nov.
14 at Genesee Valley Educational Partnership, Room D120, 27
Lackawanna Ave., Mount Morris. Reception-6:30 PM; Program/
Business Meeting-7 PM. Free/open to the public. Guest Speak-
ers: Mary Carson Davenport & Jessica Silvernail, Independent
Search & Rescue Canine Handlers, Inc. RSVP to 991-5420.
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: Alzheimers Support Groups for caregiv-
ers caring for those with dementia related illness. First Monday,
1-2:30 PM at United Methodist Church, Route 63, Geneseo OR
7-8:30 PM at Noyes Memorial Hospital, Conference Room B,
Dansville. Contact Caregiver Resource Center at 335-4358.
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: Join us to watch and discuss a new video
series Doing The Right Thing - A University Exploration of Eth-
ics, 7 PM in the fellowship hall at Leicester Union Presbyterian
Church, corner Routes 36 & 20A. Call 658-1197 with questions.
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: Bingo! Every Monday 7 PM at the VFW
Hall, Mount Morris.
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: TOPS Mount Morris 1335 (Take Off
Pounds Sensibly) meets every Monday 6:15-7:30 PM at the Vil-
lage Baptist Church, 39 Chapel Street, Mount Morris. All are
welcome, frst meeting is FREE!
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: TOPS Nunda 457 (Take Off Pounds Sen-
sibly) meets every Monday, 4:30-6 PM at Holy Angels Rectory, 21
Massachusetts Street. Call 468-2503.
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: Nunda Kiwanis Club meets Monday eve-
nings, 6:30 PM at Pizza Corner, Nunda. For information, contact
President Rachel at 468-6016.
*MONDAY, NOV. 4: Clean & Free meets 7 PM Mondays at
Hunt Baptist Church, 9932 South Church Street, Hunt to offer
counsel-encouragement-hope-support to help people stop addic-
tive behaviors. No charge. Call 476-2486 for more information.
NOVEMBER 4 & 5: Community Blood Drives, Monday, 2-7 at
Livingston County Government Center, 6 Court Street, Geneseo;
Tuesday, 1-6 PM at Dansville Moose, 6 Main Street, Dansville.
Donors must be at least 16 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds, be
in good health, and have not donated within the past 56 days. Call
1-800-448-3543 or visit: www.redcrossblood.org.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Election Night Spaghetti Dinner, 4:30-
6:30 PM at Mount Morris Lanes, Erie Street, Mount Morris.
Cost-$8.00. Sponsored by Mount Morris Kiwanis Club.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Kiwanis Club of York-Leicester Annual
Election Night Dinner, 4:30-6:30 PM at Leicester Fire Hall.
Adults-$8.00. Takeouts available or eat in at the fre hall. Tickets
available from any Kiwanian or at the door.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Election Day Luncheon, 3-7 PM at
Groveland Federated Church, 6616 Groveland Hill Road. $6.00
includes soup, sandwich, dessert & beverage. All welcome!
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Election Day Dinner, 4-7 PM at Gaines-
ville Fire Hall, 2 East Street, Gainesville. BBQ Pulled Pork
sandwich, cole slaw, baked potato and cupcakes. Takeouts only!
$8.00. Beneft Gainesville Fire Department.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Annual Ossian Ladies Aid Election Day
All You Can Eat Roast Beef Dinner, 4:30-7 PM at Ossian Com-
munity Center, 4760 Ossian Hill Road, Dansville. Sit with your
friends and neighbors to enjoy delicious Home Cooking! Roast
Beef, mashed potatoes, squash, green beans, warm dinner rolls,
coffee. Homemade Pie for Dessert and for sale! Adults-$10; Un-
der 10-$5. Take outs available, wheelchair access.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Nunda Rotary Club #4799 Fall Election
Day Chicken N Biscuit Dinner, 4:30-8:00 PM or gone at Li-
sas Outpost Restaurant, 83 Mill Street, Nunda. Meal includes
Real Mashed Potatoes, Peas & Carrots, Brownie & Beverage.
Adults- $11; Children 4 to 12-$5; Under 4-free! Eat in or Take-
out. Tickets available from any Nunda Rotarian or at the door.
Proceeds beneft ;ocal Nunda Rotary Club Community Projects!
$1.00 refund for I Voted Today sticker.
*TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Immunization Clinic, 1st Tuesday, 4-6
PM at Livingston County Department of Health, 2 Murray Hill
Drive, Mount Morris. Immunizations offered at a minimal charge
for 0-18 years of age. No appointment necessary. Bring immuni-
zation record. Under 18 must be accompanied by parent/guard-
ian. MMR for ages 19 or older, adults returning to college must
bring proof of college attendance. Call 243-7299.
*TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Mount Morris Kiwanis Club meets 6:30
PM, Mount Morris Lanes. Call David Harcleroad at 704-2603.
*TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Mount Morris Rotary Club meets 7:30
AM, Brians USA Diner, Leicester. www.mountmorrisrotary.org.
*TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Preschool Story Time, 10:30 AM Tues-
days at Mount Morris Library, 121 Main Street. Call 658-4412.
*TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Needles at Noon, at GVCA, Building 4,
Apt. 1, Livingston County Campus, Mount Morris. Needlework-
ers-bring your handiwork & bag lunch for conversation & sharing.
Free/open to public. Call 243-6785 or: mail@gvcaonline.org.
*NOVEMBER 5-6-7: Mount Morris Healthy Food Pantry
and Childrens Clothing Cupboard, 36 Chapel Street, Suite 200,
Mount Morris. Open Tuesday, 9 AM-12 Noon; Wednesday, 1-3
PM; Thursday, 9 AM-12 Noon. Call 658-4466.
NOVEMBER 5, 6, 8: Pregnancy Resource Center of the Val-
leys, 3142 Geneseo Road, Mount Morris welcomes new clients.
Free pregnancy testing, information on pregnancy, adoption,
abortion procedures & risks, prenatal & infant care, parenting
techniques. Limited emergency supplies of essential baby items
on site, no cost. Tuesday & Wednesday 12-4, Friday 1-5. Walk-ins
welcome. Call 658-2436 for appointment/information.
*NOVEMBER 5 & 7: Silver Sneakers meets 1 PM, Tuesday &
Thursday, second foor at the old Saint Patricks School, Stanley
Street, Mount Morris. Physical Fitness & Exercise for elderly
citizens in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: Parent/Daughter Night, 6-8 PM in
Mount Morris. Bring your daughter, ages 9-13 for a program to
help learn about the physical and emotional changes that occur
during puberty and help improve communication between par-
ents and their daughters. Light refreshments provided. Register
by Nov. 4 by calling 243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240.
*WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: Light House Ministry Free Supper, 5 PM
til ?, (1st & 3rd Wednesday), at Nunda United Methodist Church, 30
East Street, Nunda. Great food & fellowship. Call 468-3456.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: Dedication of New Ambulance in
memory of Max Stoffer, 7 PM at Gainesville Fire Department, 2
East Street, Gainesville. Cupcakes and beverages provided.
*WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: Books N Kids N Crafts, 10-11
AM Wednesdays, for 3-5 years old at Dansville Public Library,
200 Main Street, Dansville. Kids can enjoy stories, songs, crafts
and much more with Ms. Brandy. To pre-register your child, call
(585) 335-6720 or visit library! Til November 20th.
THURSDAY, NOV. 7: Open Mic Night, First Thursday 7 PM at
Theatre 101, 101 Main Street, Mount Morris. FREE-donations wel-
come! Performers Sign In-6:30 PM. See what the buzz is about!
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Thrift Shoppe
Gently Used and New Clothes & Merchandise
Every Day Sales
Stop in and fll out an entry with each
purchase for a $5 in store gift certifcate.
Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10 am-5 pm Closed Sunday & Monday
Visit www.nundany.org
to keep posted on Nunda events.
NOTES FROM THE NUNDA VILLAGE BOARD
uA Special Village Board Meeting will be held Monday, Novem-
ber 4th at 6:00 P.M. The next Regular Village Board Meeting has
been changed to Monday, November 18th at 7:00 P.M. due to
Veterans Day.
uReminder: There is No Parking on Village Streets from 2AM to
6AM.
uLeaf Pick-Up Continues. Please do not mix brush, black walnuts,
etc. in leaf piles. The leaf machine is unable to clear the debris.
Long thin rows of leaves works better than large piles. Thank you
for your cooperation!
u Christmas in Nunda Vendor Applications are available in the
Village Clerks Offce.
WHAT ELSEs
HAPPENING
*THURSDAY, NOV. 7: VFW Post 547 frst Thursday, 6 PM
at the Vets Hall, 3 Elm Street, Mount Morris. Commander-
Chelsey Woodworth, Vice-Commander-Tom Young, Quar-
termaster-Larry Woodworth, Secretary-Bruce Abbot. Call
519-6300.
*THURSDAY, NOV. 7: Arland-Kelly American Legion
Post 1569 meets frst Thursday at 7 PM at the post. Call 476-
2725.
*THURSDAY, NOV. 7: Babys First Storytime, 10 AM ev-
ery Thursday, at Dansville Public Library, 200 Main Street,
Dansville. Ms. Brandy will introduce children ages 6 to 36
months to the joy of books, fngerplays and songs! To pre-
register your child, call 335-6720 or stop in the library! Til
November 21st.
*THURSDAY, NOV. 7: Nunda Rotary Club meets 12:15
PM at Bills Outpost Restaurant, Route 436, Mill Street,
Nunda. For information, call President Gerald Thompson at
476-5919.
*THURSDAY, NOV. 7: United Church of Mount Morris
Clothes Closet every Thursday, 9:30-11:30 AM & 4-5:30 PM.
SATURDAY, NOV. 9: Ham & Pork Loin Shoot & Money
Raffe, 12 Noon til ??? at Tusky Sportsmens Club, Wildcat
Gully Road, Tuscarora. Rife, slug, trap shooters, muzzle
loaders and bow hunters welcome.
SATURDAY, NOV. 9: Annual Holiday Bazaar and Bake
Sale, 9 AM-2 PM at Trinity Church of Nunda, 25 East Street,
Nunda. Many crafts, baked goods, peanut brittle, raffes and
New-to-You items will be available for holiday gift giving.
Soup and sandwich lunch will also be offered.
SATURDAY, NOV. 9: Steak & Turkey Raffe, 7 PM at
Cuylerville Fire Department, 2943 Canandaigua Street,
Cuylerville. 50/50 Drawing. Snacks and refreshments pro-
vided. Join us for a good time with great friends.
*SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Euchre Card Party with Prizes, every
Sunday Held at the Ossian Community Center, 4760 Ossian
Hill Road, Dansville. Lunch provided at 12 Noon; Cards at
1 PM. Beneft of the Ossian Ladies Aid & Ossian Commu-
nity Center See us on Facebook. Thru April 27 (except Nov.
24).icester Village Park as a holiday greeting from your fam-
ily or in memory of a loved one. Call Lisa at 382-3051.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast,
8-11 AM at Perkinsville Fire Hall. Menu: Pancakes, Sau-
sage, Ham, Homefries, Sausage Gravy & Biscuits, Eggs,
Toast & Beverage. Adults-$6.00; Children, 6 to 12-$3.00;
5 & under-Free!
Ham & Pork Loin
Shoot and
Money Rafe
Saturday, Nov. 9th
Noon til ?
Tusky Sportsmens Club
Wildcat Gully Road
Tuscarora
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Name:________________________________ Phone:_____________
Tree______ Light color:_______________
Greeting on Tag:
Holiday Greetings From:______________________________________
In Memory Of:______________________________________________
Mail to Lisa Semmel @ 5268 Wheelock Road, Mount Morris,
New York 14510. Deadline is November 14th!
Leicesters Winter
Wonderland
Sunday, December 1st
TREE
$25.00
Limit 40 trees!
Some trees may have
more than one tag!
Help bring the spirit of the holiday season to
Leicester! Live Christmas Trees will be placed in
the Village Park as a holiday greeting from your
family or in memory of a loved one.
All trees will be decorated with lights and
a sponsor tag. You pick the light color:
Red, Green, Blue, White or Multi.
Questions:
Call Lisa at 382-3051
Please return the form below and your check made
payable to the Village of Leicester by November 14th
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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Serving Always, Town Supervisor Chuck DiPasquale,
Town Clerk Christie Murphy and Town Councilmen
Dave DiSalvo, Bob Ossont and Don Huff
TOWN OF MOUNT MORRIS
103 Main Street, Mount Morris
(585) 658-2730
Francis Bellamy
His word became a nations pledge!
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is Hereby Given that the Town Board of Mount
Morris will hold a Public Hearing Thursday, November
7, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, 103 Main Street,
Mount Morris, NY on the Preliminary Budget for the Year
2014. At such hearing any person may be heard in favor
of or against the Preliminary Budget as compiled or in
favor of or against any item or items therein contained.
Copies of the proposed budget are available at the Town
Clerks offce at the above address during normal busi-
ness hours.
ATTENTION DEER HUNTERS
As of November 1, 2013 leftover DMPs are available for
the following units only: 1C, 3M, 3R, 3S, 7F, 7H, 7J, 8A,
8F, 8G, 8H, 8J, 8N, 8R, 9A, and 9F. During this extended
application period, DEC will issue DMPs for an individu-
al WMU all day. The status of permits will be reviewed
each night. As individual units are flled, they will be re-
moved from the list of those available effective the follow-
ing day, with no further applications accepted for those
units. A list of units with available HYPERLINK http://
links.govdelivery.com:80/track? type=click&enid=ZW-
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outdoor/6399.html leftover DMPs will be routinely up-
dated on DECs website.
PLEASE VOTE
Tuesday, November 5th is Election Day. The right to vote
is both a privilege and a responsibility. We encourage all
Voters to seek information on the candidates and issues
in order to make an informed decision, then get out and
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SPEAK OUT
The above articles are editorial opinions and do not necessarily
represent the views of the Mount Morris Shopper, its management
and staff, or the Mount Morris Shopper advertisers.
Dear Speak Out,
WHY IS THE AVERAGE CITIZEN SO COMPLACENT
AND APATHETIC THESE DAYS?
For quite some time now a good share of our citizens
across this GREAT COUNTRY were ignoring what was going
on around them. As a couple old sayings were told to me by
an old Native American some years ago, White people are
becoming SHEEPLE, ready to be herded over the cliff, and
if you place a frog in a pan of hot water, it will jump out. But
place that same frog in a cool pan of water and put burner
on low it will sit there and cook. All around us at all levels of
our governments, they have slowly dwindled our LIBERTIES
AND FREEDOMS just like the frog, and the sheeple helped
them do it!
And when those that have a backbone go against tyranny
by OFFICIALS, they are mocked, defamed and belittled by
those that are ashamed by their own weakness and compla-
cence, and much of it is spread by the corrupt offcials and
their cohorts > FACT.
Robert Lindner wrote a book in the 50s (MUST YOU CON-
FORM) that talked about human nature and the way our gov-
ernment was moving society to be CONFORMISTS or pay
the price of wrath. How many of you out there are those little
conforming robots or the sheeple that follow the pied piper?
Answer is many of you > FACT. Youve allowed our Consti-
tution and our cultures and what many of our VETERANS
fought and died for to be spit upon because many of you lack
substance and morals and you just dont care...is the simple
way of putting it. If this was not true, there wouldnt be so
many illegals in our Country, there wouldnt be controversies
like all the way from the likes of Benghazi, Islamic Jihad, to
local ones like the illegal transfer of the Pioneer Cemetery
and an unneeded and over costing library parking lot that
PUBLIC SAFETY is being ignored at.
Its past time to wake up sheeple, its now time to take our
GOVERNMENTS back at all levels, that is, if youre not a
sheeple.
Jim Dacey,
Perry, NY
Mount Morris Voters
As a retired Town Clerk I ask you
to support and vote for
SARA JO YENCER
for Mount Morris Town Clerk. Sara Jo will
be punctual, organized and dependable. I
believe SARA JO YENCER has the experience
and knowledge to do a great job for us.
Thank you,
Joyce Swanson
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TO THE VOTERS IN LEICESTER
Over the past four weeks, I have tried to let you know who I am and what my vision
for our town is for the next four years. With that in mind, I have not tried to make this a
race to put up the most yard signs, but to make this an election of who shares your views
and values. My vision is to keep your property taxes as low as possible, while not sacricing
town services.
With that in mind, this fall I was the rst Board member to stand up against any
dramatic tax increases for 2014. The Board made adjustments to the proposed budget,
holding down town taxes to below the annual rise in the cost of living (1.86%). And
believing in the rights of people to be free of governmental interference, this year I also
made the motion for our Town Government to stand united with the County Board of
Supervisors in calling on the State Government to repeal the N.Y.S. Safe Act.
Terrence Grant
So if you share my vision of low taxes and the rights of free people, then I ask you to please consider voting
for me on November 5th.
Thank you! Terrence Grant
Re-Elect Terrence Grant to Leicester Town Board
Trinity Church of Nundas
Annual
m Craft Bazaar
m Bake Sale
m Lunch Caf
m New to You Shop m and Raffe
Proceeds beneft local charities,
international missions, and
Trinity Church projects
November 9th
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Trinity Church of Nunda
25 East Street, Nunda, NY 14517
www.nundatrinity.org
Check our prices
for all your Special
Occasion Needs!
Open
Monday-Friday 8-5
Saturday 8-12
WHITEMAN'S
MEAT PROCESSING
3 Dock Street Dansville, NY
585-335-5230
Prices Subject To Change We Accept:
Food Stamps Welcomed Debit, Credit, EBT Cards
deNOVEMBER BUNDLE ed
3 lbs. Beef Round Steak at $3.89 lb...................$11.67
2 lbs. Pork Steak at $2.09 lb.................................$4.18
3 lbs. Ham Slices at $3.19 lb................................$9.57
3 lbs. Beef Chuck Roast at $3.39 lb...................$10.17
5 lbs. Ground Beef Chuck at $3.59 lb................$17.95
4 lbs.Ground Beef Patties at $3.69 lb.................$14.76
3 lbs. Pork Chops at $2.39 lb...............................$7.17
2 lbs. Sausage at $2.69 lb....................................$5.38
1 lb. Bacon............................................................$4.29
1 1/4 lb. Chicken Nuggets....................................$3.99
1 lb. Pepperoni.....................................................$3.99
1 lb. Stew Beef.....................................................$3.99
5 lbs. Leg Quarters...............................................$4.95
3 lb. Pork Shoulder Roast @ $1.99 ..................... $5.97
37 1/4 lbs ............
$
108.03
New
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Proudly serving the community for 40 years
with plans for many more!
Gift Certificates
Available!
G R O V E R S A P P L I A N C E : A p p l i a n c e S a l e s & S e r v i c e . F a c t o r y
A u t h o r i z e d a n d T r a i n e d . F u l l y I n s u r e d W i t h O v e r 3 0 Y e a r s E x -
p e r i e n c e . 4 7 6 - 2 4 4 6 ; 5 1 9 - 8 3 7 8 , 8 0 0 - 2 3 6 - 0 9 8 8 .
1998 BUICK CENTURY: PA Car, V-6 Auto. $2900. Inspected and
serviced at PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.
FOR RENT IN NUNDA: Upstairs two bedroom apartment. All com-
pletely remodeled. New kitchen with all appliances, new windows
and patio door, new carpet and paint. Washer and dryer hookup.
NO SMOKERS OR PETS. First, last and security deposit required.
Total electric apartment. Can be seen by calling my Verizon cell at
1-315-427-5669. Photos can be emailed.
5-HOUR COURSE REQUIRED FOR DRIVERS TEST: Offered
Approximately Every Two Weeks in Geneseo, Dansville. For dates
and details: www.driverdon.com or 607-566-8507. Driver Dons
Driving School, Avoca.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
DON BLISS
Septic Service
585-437-2493
Rushford
Vacuum Pumping
of Septic Tanks
WE LOVE GARBAGE:
Livingston County
Residents, let us keep
you clean! We supply
the garbage can and
we recycle.
Call Morgans Waste at
(585) 335-6099.
Good Drivers Wanted:
Safe drivers have fewer accidents. Fewer accidents cost less money.
Lower costs lead to lower insurance premiums.
Makes Sense, Doesnt It?
Safe drivers deserve great insurance coverage at a substantially lower cost.
Andrew K. Long
CPCU, ARM, CLU, ChFC
6 Chapel Street PO Box 69
Mount Morris, NY 14510-0069
Phone: (585) 658-3342
Fax: (585) 658-2097
We may be able to save you money on your auto insurance.
Please give us a call for a free quote.
INSURANCE
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Insurance

Restrictions may apply.


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(585) 468-2458
EAST STREET NUNDA
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2014 Ford Escape SE 4WD
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2013 Ford Taurus Limited
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New 2012 Ford Focus SE
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2011 Ford Fusion SE
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2010 Ford Taurus SEL
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2010 Ford Edge SEL All Wheel Drive
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The Nunda Rotary Club #4799
Proudly Presenting our
Fall Election Day
Chicken N Biscuit
Real Mashed Potatoes, Peas & Carrots,
Brownie & Beverage
Lisas Outpost Restaurant
83 Mill St., Nunda, NY
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013
From 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM or gone
- Eat in or Take-out -
New Chef Brenda Smith
Proceeds to benefit
local Nunda Rotary Club
Community Projects!
Adults $11.00
Children 4-12 $5 (under 4 free)
Tickets are available from any
Nunda Rotarian or at the door
$1.00 refund for I Voted Today sticker
CALL LORRAINES CUSTOM ALTERATIONS for all of your
Fall, Formal Wear and Sewing Need. (585) 443-0322 or (585)
748-4821.
HOMEBUYERS: Would you use the sellers real estate agent to
write your purchase offer? Of course not. Have your own agent
work only for you. Call ONE STOP HOUSE HUNTING, Nunda, NY.
We represent only buyers, and our services are FREE on all of the
thousands of properties listed in the local MLS. Email onestophh@
frontiernet.net or call 585-468-3882.
THOUSANDS OF CDs for $1.00 (One Dollar): Country, Rock,
Sound Tracks, EZ Listening, Comedy, etc. (Over One Thousand!)
B The Big B BUZZO!! Open 7 Days a Week!! 106 Main Street,
Geneseo. (585) 243-2480.
2003 FORD TAURUS: 45,000 miles, 1 owner car. Inspected and
serviced at PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.
WANTED: Rental in Keshequa School District. Responsible
working adult. 2 bedroom. Reasonable rent. Please call 607-
201-4311.
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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IT PAY$ TO ADVERTI$E

MOUNT MORRIS CENTRAL
SCHOOL MENU for Grades K-12
uNOVEMBER 4 - 8 u
MONDAY: Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Tomato Soup,
Oyster Crackers, Brussels Sprouts, Sliced Peach Cup,
Fresh Fruit, Milk.
TUESDAY: Turkey or Ham Sub w/Cheese, Lettuce and
Tomato, Whole Grain Sunchips, Baby Carrots w/Dip,
Applesauce, Fresh Fruit, Milk.
WEDNESDAY: Homemade Goulash, Wheat Dinner
Roll, Seasoned Corn, Sliced Pear Cup, Fresh Fruit,
Milk.
THURSDAY: Garlic, Pepperoni or Cheese Pizza,
Baked Beans, Tropical Fruit Cup, Fresh Fruit, Milk.
FRIDAY: NO SCHOOL. Superintendents Confer-
ence Day.
NEW LUNCH PRICING
Grades K-2 - $1.75 Grades 3-12 - $2.00
Reduced - 25
Breakfast: Grades K-12 $1.25
Reduced - 25
Call 658-5001
Barb Popp, Food Service Manager
bpopp@mtmorriscsd.org
Laurie Cutcliffe, On-Site Manager
Breakfast Daily Choices:
Assorted Yogurt, Bagels,
Granola Bars, Cereal, Low Fat
White, Chocolate or Strawberry
Milk, Juice and Fresh Fruit
Lunch Daily Choices:
Fresh Garden Salads, Assorted
Sandwiches, Assorted Fresh
Fruits, Low Fat Chocolate,
Strawberry and White Milk
Menus are
subject
to change
monthly
You may apply for the free/reduced meal
program any time during the school year.
Saturday, November 2 4:00 pm til ?
at the Post Home, 7150 Route 36N, Sonyea
Refreshments Served Everyone Welcome!
Call 658-2620
for information
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Fall Ham & Turkey Rafe
Monday-Friday: 8am-6pm
Saturday: By appointment!
3 Complete Auto Repair
3NYS Inspection Station
3Performance Parts
3Fully stocked store of welding
supplies including tank exchanges
15 years
experience
All Major
Credit Cards
Accepted
Brad Penn Racing Oil
Stop in for all your
High Performance
and Race Car Needs at
GG&H Motorsports
(same building)
Beamers Sales & Service
4369 York Road, Leicester, NY
(585) 382-3002
VOTE
David Provo
Mount Morris Town Councilman
Paid for by David Provo
Fiscally Responsible
Community Oriented
Proven Leadeship
Family Focused
Results Driven
It will be an honor and privilege
to serve you.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Mount Morris Central School
Noon-9 PM
Call 658-2761
2000 GMC 4x4: Red extended cab, 84,000 miles, 5.3 V-8, rust free
PA truck. PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.
FOR SALE: Village of Mount Morris, nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath home
on large lot. Great location, upgrades include new roof, siding, F.
A. furnace, windows, 2 car garage. 533-1447.
FOR SALE: Homemade crocheted afghans (throws), makes nice
Christmas gifts or great for college students. Call 585-567-4897.
FURNITURE REFINISHING by Tom Maracle. Make your old
wood furniture and kitchen cabinets look new again. Dansville,
(585) 335-3556.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
Vote for the Team with the Most
Experience!
ALL VOTERS in the Town & Village are eligible to VOTE
When EXPERIENCE matters,
VOTE Row B
November 5th 6:00 am-9:00 pm
Re-Elect Christie Murphy as Town Clerk
Re-Elect David DiSalvo as Town Councilman
Re-Elect Don Huff as Town Councilman
Elect David Provo as Town Councilman (2 year term)
Elect Bob Ossont as Town Justice
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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To All the CONCERNED Voters
of Mount Morris:
I would like to take this opportunity
to thank all the concerned citizens of
Mount Morris that have voiced their
concerns. I have listened and, if elected
as your next Town Clerk I WILL make
the changes you have requested.
Organized ofce/desk
Punctual/reliable ofce hours
Friendly atmosphere
Devoted to the job(s) at hand
Serving the people 100%
If elected as your Town Clerk, I am
ready, willing and committed to take
on any and all training and/or school-
ing necessary to help better serve
Mount Morris. My fnancial background
and the love for new adventures I am
committed to doing my best to serve
the people. I will get the job done
efectively and efciently and will
not disappoint.
I look forward to hearing from the
people with any questions, concerns
and/or comments. Please feel free to
email me at: sarayencer@icloud.com
I wish to Thank everyone for your time
and support! Please make your vote
count on November 5, 2013, vote for
the RIGHT person for the job, vote for
Sara Jo Yencer!
Time for Change!
Sara Jo Yencer
for Town Clerk



Make Your VOTE Count!
PLEASE VOTE
on November 5, 2013
6am to 9pm
at the
Mount Morris Central School
VOTE Row A or D
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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MATTHEW D. DURBIN
for Leicester Town Board
Lifelong resident of the York Central School District
Married to Sarah Parsons
York Central School graduate
University of Pittsburgh Bachelor of Arts
Employed by American Rock Salt in the Purchasing Department
IAABO Board 60 Basketball Referee Section 5
Special Olympics volunteer
I am running for a seat on the Town Board because I believe I would be instrumental in resolving
issues currently facing the Town of Leicester. I will work closely with county and state offcials
regarding the proposed shutdown of the desalinization plant, its environmental effects, damage to
the aquifer and elimination of twenty-fve jobs. I will address ongoing budget issues, keeping tax
rates low while providing the best possible services. I will work cooperatively with the village to
coordinate equipment and services in order to save tax dollars. I would greatly appreciate your vote
on November 5, 2013.
VOTE ROW A
Thank you,
Matt Durbin
Athlete of the Week
~ Keshequa ~
Erins Favorite
Ham and Bacon Sub
$5.00 thru 11/09/13
2010 Doctors Associates Inc. SUBWAY is a registered trademark
of Doctors Associates Inc. Not valid with any other discount or offer.
Valid at the Geneseo, NY location only. No substitutions allowed. No
cash value. Not for resale. Plus tax where applicable.
4243 Lakeville Road, Geneseo
Erin Gibson, a senior at Keshequa High School, is
a co-captain on the Varsity Volleyball team and has
been a consistent player for the Indians offense.
She averaged 11 assists and 10 digs per match,
including 15 assists and 19 digs in sectionals. Erin
is a competitor who kept the team focused during
games. She is a tenacious defensive player who
took away many opponents kills. Erin is the daughter
of Gerald and Janine Gibson.
~ Congratulations Erin ~
Financing
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*Discounts apply to installed
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Windows Siding Doors Insulation
End Of Season Sale! End Of Season Sale!
Call for office hours.
now has another new drop-off
location for your convenience!
Deenas Wedding Boutique,
33 Main St., Mt. Morris, 658-3815.
Call 226-8352 or 495-6370
for more information.
RUNNING GROUP FOR WOMEN: All women welcome!
www.Momsrunthistown.com or email tjkenyon@juno.com
for more information.
MOTOR HOME: 1998 Dutch Star 38 foot, 32.332 K miles, Diesels
300 Cummins, asking $58,000. Stored inside. Call 261-4161.
1997 SILVERADO 4x4: Z71, 106,000 miles, extended cab, 8 foot
box, $6900. PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.

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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
To the Voters in the community of Mount Morris
Being a lifelong native of Mount Morris, I began working at a very young age. After graduating
from the MMCS Class of 1976 with 2 years at the Charles G. May Occupational Center,
eventually I was fortunate enough to secure gainful employment right here in the community that I
grew up in. I was a full time employee for the Town of Mount Morris Highway Department and
enjoyed working with, and for the people in the community. Realizing the advancement potential
opportunities, I secured employment with the Village of Mount Morris and served as laborer/MEO
for 1 year then served as the Villages Superintendent of Streets for 19 years. I successfully
completed the Municipal Rural Police Training Academy at GCC and actively served my
community as a part time police officer for 12 years with the distinct honors of most of them
serving under the direction of Chief of Police, Charles J. DiPasquale Sr. I am grateful and proud
that my employment offered me countless opportunities to work with, help and serve the people in
my community. Working in law enforcement taught me some valuable lessons that can only be
learned thru experience and the safety and security of my community was perpetually at the
forefront. Over the years I successfully implemented many cost saving endeavors and at times,
generated thousands of dollars in unanticipated revenues for the Village. Im well versed in
creating and managing municipal budgets and successfully did so for many years in my tenure as
Superintendent. Ive worked cooperatively with others on many grant proposals and successfully
authored and completed the shared municipal services grant that acquired vehicle repair lift
stations and equipment for the creation and implementation of the joint fueling station now in
place for the Town and Village of Mount Morris. Ive worked cooperatively with youths from
BOCES and Youth Employment and seeing our young people develop and advance was in itself a
very gratifying experience. I am a past member of the Mount Morris Fire Department, Active Hose
Co. and past member and president of the Mount Morris Kiwanis Club. One common thread that
was always shared in all my years of service to my community was and still is cooperation. The
type of cooperation that can only come from people working together. When I decided to take on
the task of refurbishing and relocating the Mills Fountain/Monument, a great deal went into
virtually every aspect of the project. It was a long journey and in all reality, although I
orchestrated the project, it would have not been completed without the help, vision, dedication and
expertise of many good people All Working Together. As president of the Mount Morris ItalianFest,
the same can be said. Ive been actively involved since its conception from Terry Mistretta 18
years ago. Countless hours dedicated to advance planning that ultimately leads to hosting a
community event that is recognized as Mount Morriss Yearly Signature Event and enjoyed by our
community and thousands of people from surrounding communities both near and far. And all
with dedication, cooperation and teamwork from every member on the committee. As I seek
election as one of your Town Council Members, I approach it with the same cooperative and
teamwork outlook all in the interest of making sound and prudent decisions for you, the people of
Mount Morris. I have no hidden agendas and no representation for special interest groups and I
have high degree of respect for the people in my community. I am retired and can devote the time
and experience needed to effectively serve as your next Town Council member and am prepared to
do so to the best of my abilities. In closing, once again I Respectfully Ask for Your Support on
Election Day, November 5
th
, 2013 at the Mount Morris Central School from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
Thank You and God Bless All of You and God Bless Mount Morris.
Sincerely, Appreciatively and Respectfully,
Patsy Zingaro, Candidate for Mount Morris Town Council
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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Winner of 2011 and 2013 Boston Music Awards
Also performing
Brian Dudley
Saturday, November 9 @ 7:00 PM
New Nunda Fire Hall
12 South State Street, Nunda
Nunda Garden Club Presents
Band Bash
featuring Bostons
Kingsley Flood
(With Nundas own Jene Morgan Force)
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MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE
VOTE ROW B!
ATTENTION LEICESTER VOTERS
Paid for by the Leicester Republicans
Amy L.
Mann
Thomas J.
Doughtery
Kevin W.
Doughtery
Robert F.
Waltman
Richard
White
Gerald
Hull
Terrence
Grant
David
Fanaro
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COUNTY
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(Vote for ONE)
COUNTY
SHERIFF
(Vote for ONE)
COUNTY
CORONER
(Vote for any TWO)
TOWN
JUSTICE
(Vote for ONE)
COUNTY
COUNCIL
(Vote for any TWO)
COUNTY
COUNCIL
(to fll vacancy)
(Vote for ONE)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
OFFICE
585-335-9211
Pet Boarding Available
4443 Stoner Hill Road, West Sparta
DOG GROOMING
Certified
Professional
Groomer
Seniors $ave 10%
Daylight Saving Time Ends 2 AM-Sunday, November 3
FOGGY/ BROKEN HOUSE
WINDOW? CRACKED WIND-
SHIELD? Quality work at af-
fordable prices. All insurances
accepted. Countywide Glass,
585-438-4301, East Avon.
www.countywideglass.com
WANTED TO BUY-COINS &
CURRENCY. Private Collector
buying old U.S. coins, cur-
rency, collections. Top prices
paid. Appraisals/ Estimates.
Honeoye, 585-322-5909.
NEW HOMES + WE HELP
PAY! New 3 bedroom/ 2 bath
mobile home available now
at The Mint MHP in Mt. Mor-
ris! Only $37,889. Friendly
fnancing. Own for about $737/
month-includes lot rent and
insurance. Plus The Mint helps
pay about $8,400 of your home
loan. Call AGL Homes for pro-
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VEHICLE WINTERIZATION
SPECIAL: Complete lube and
service, cooling system power
fush and refll, and new artic
wiper blades (most vehicles)
$99.95 Sedam Tire & Auto Ser-
vice Your Full Service Tire &
Auto Center in Perry. Call 237-
2124 or 1-800-639-4457.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
Re-Elect
JERRY HULL
for
Leicester Town Council
Family owns and operates a large farm in Leicester, Thornapple Farms
Married to Darlene for 36 years
Three children: Kelly, Dan, Amy
Graduated from York Central School in 1971
Past volunteer reman for Leicester Fire Department
An active participant with Leicester Boy Scout Troop 85
Deep Roots in Leicester: As a life-long Leicester resident, I am very familiar with
the people, the businesses and the community as a whole. The Hull Family has
a150 year history of farming in Leicester.
Qualications
Years of experience owning and operating a successful business.
Capable of making both small and large decisions on a daily basis.
Skilled at managing both small and large budgets.
Manager of many employees.
Together with my wife, have raised a very strong family.
The last four years as a councilman has taught me alot about our town.
In these tough economic times, the Town of Leicester has many challenges
to face. As your councilman, I will do my best to make informed decisions
that will keep taxes under control while strengthening our town with minimal
change in service. PLEASE SUPPORT ME ON NOVEMBER 5TH.
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The polling location has moved to the Leicester Town Hall.
Handicap parking is available with a ramp in the back of the
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Dansville Hornell Warsaw
HEARING CENTERS
WARSAW
67 West Buffalo St.
(585) 786-2422
DANSVILLE
60 Red Jacket St.
(585) 335-5724
HORNELL
100 Loder St.
(607) 324-0467
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Door Prizes include: $30 Gift Card to The Genesee River
Restaurant, $15 Gift Card to Questa Lasagna, $25 Gift Card
to Carvings and More, and a Free 1 Topping Pizza from The
Leaning Tower. All prizes will be drawn separately. Thanks to
all these local business that donated to our organization!
H 10 RAFFLES WITH 3 WINNERS PER RAFFLE
H50/50 Drawings throughout event
HPENNY RAFFLE FOR A HENRY LEVER ACTION 22 RIFLE
Food and Snacks will be served Beer - $2.25 Wine $2.50
Mount Morris VFW Post 547
3 Elm Street, Mount Morris
HAM AND TURKEY RAFFLE
NOVEMBER 23rd from 4 pm - ?
TICKETS FOR DOOR PRIZES AVAILABLE
AT THE DOOR FOR $1
Throughout the school
year, and even during
the summer months,
Clip and Save these
symbols off many name
brand products...includ-
ing ofce products too!
Help your school col-
lect money for school
projects. Send them to
school with your son or
daughter. Divide them
up if you have more
than one. At the begin-
ning of the year, each
classroom sets a goal to
reach for collecting box
tops so they can pur-
chase something they
would like for their class-
room. This also helps the
younger grades with
counting. This is not lim-
ited just to the Elemen-
tary. A chart is kept in
the elementary wing of
the school to see which
class is in the lead. The
class with the most box
tops wins a pizza party
at the end of the year!
If you dont have chil-
dren or grandchildren
in school, contact one of
us and we can pick them
up or there is a drop off
box at the Town Library
and at local businesses!
Call Tammy at MMCS
at 658-3331 Pam Hill at
704-4513.
MIKE ZASOS PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL SERVICE:
Water Pumps Serviced. Water Heater. Call 243-4562.
CAR OR BOAT STORAGE:
Clean, dry building with con-
crete foor. Locked and Secure.
$30/ month. Call 658-3788
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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READ EVERY AD!
READ EVERY AD!
READ EVERY AD!
Nunda Voters:
I want to provide a few reasons why I deserve
your vote this election day. As many of you al-
ready know I work hard for the town working
alongside our employees. I am very particular
on how I want to see things done to ensure
they are done well. I try to fnd the best and
most efcient way to get the job done so we
can move onto other projects and attempt to
address as many needs as possible.
During my past 6 years as your Highway
Superintendent I have transformed 5 miles
of dirt road to paved, or oil & stoned (chip
sealed). In an effort to save tax dollars a vast amount of work has been put
into the government center. We have remodeled rooms, porch floors, put in
sidewalks, paved the parking lot & driveway, and completed other various
projects on the building. This building has provided a great location for our
Town & Village offices & court room.
Due to my efforts, Nunda was one of the first towns in Livingston County
to start buying government trucks and equipment. By setting this trend we
have spent only $14,000.00 for equipment carrying a value of $350,000.00.
This past year I also restored a government truck for under $50,000.00 which
would have been $150,000.00 tax dollars to buy new.
When re-elected, my plan for the upcoming year includes, but is not limited
to, rebuilding the following roads:
Nunda-Byersville Rd.
Kendall Rd.
Town Line Rd.
Portions of Scipio Rd.
I will continue to work hard for the town and provide maintenance on all of
our roads. Thank you for your support and please vote Moran for Town Roads
this Tuesday, November 5th.
Superintendant- Rick Moran
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Mount Morris Voters
On November 5, 2013 please join us
in supporting and voting for
SARA JO YENCER
for Mount Morris Town Clerk.
George & Joyce Swanson
ATTENTION
HORSE LOVERS:
Sunbri dge Saddl ery Open
House November 9th with door
prizes, a drawing, homemade
treats and cider. Celebrating
18 years in business. The
November Special is 18% Off
Everything, except feed. Open:
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday 12 noon-6 pm and
Thursday til 8 pm or call 468-
5234 for appointment at 8318
Creek Road, Nunda. Your Lo-
cal Purina Feed Dealer; Large
Inventory/reasonable prices!
Visit our website at
www.sunbridgesaddlery.com.
FALL CLEAN UP: Gutter clean-
ing, window glazing, caulk-
ing, home weatherization,
painting/staining. Christopher
White 237-0085
1997 S10 BLAZER: 92,000 miles, PA, V-6 automatic, $3900 at
PELLICANE MOTORS, 658-2260.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
VOTE for the
MOST QUALIFIED
Candidate
For Mount Morris
Town Clerk
Dear Mount Morris Voters,
Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Christie Murphy, your Town Clerk. I grew up in
Rochester and moved to Mount Morris 23 years ago because I felt it was a great place to raise
my 3 children, who are now responsible and respectable adults. I earned an Associates of
Applied Science degree in Data Processing (with a minor in Accounting) at SUNY Cobleskill where
I graduated with Honors. I had a 17 year career at Eastman Kodak as a computer programmer and
business research data analyst. My family and my job are my top priorities in life. I have served
the community of Mount Morris in the Town Clerks ofce for almost 17 years, and I love my job! I
love that it allows me to use many of my personal strengths such as my math skills, my computer
competency and my talent for writing. Most of all, I enjoy the opportunity to assist so many
people in my community, for I am a people person. I also appreciate having a job where I feel I
make a contribution to society that really matters. I am an honest and dedicated public servant,
and I want nothing more than to continue to serve my community as Town Clerk. Therefore, I
respectfully ask for your support in my re-election campaign. Below are some important facts
I ask you to consider when casting your vote for Town Clerk.
This is not a policy-making position; the choice is about who is most prepared to handle the
duties involved. It is also not a typical clerical position, as municipal Clerks have to serve and
answer to the Board, the County, the State and the public.
I was elected Town Clerk after serving as Deputy Town Clerk for close to 5 years...such on-the-
job training is crucial to successfully performing the many complicated and vital tasks required of
a Town Clerk. As Clerk, I have also taken advantage of many educational opportunities in order to
improve the service I provide.
This job requires knowledge of many computer software programs including four that are
specialized for Town Clerks, Tax Collection, Water Billing and NYS Sporting Licenses. Since
technology has evolved over the years, even previous Clerks and Tax Collectors are not familiar
with current tools/databases.
The new term of ofce will begin January 1, 2014. The start of a new calendar/scal year has
always been the busiest time of year, but that has been compounded since Town & County Tax
Collection was added to my duties 10 years ago. Prior experience is essential to efciently manag-
ing this workload.
I have made many improvements since taking ofce, including changing the open ofce hours
from 27 to 40 hours. I also meet people by appointment when these hours are not convenient,
and most weeks I work more than the open ofce hours. I dont claim to be perfect, as no one is,
but I believe I have done an excellent job in meeting the many demands of my position I have
been out campaigning door-to-door, and I apologize if I did not manage to connect with you.
Please contact me anytime at 261-0291 if you have any comments, questions or concerns.
Please cast YOUR VOTE to allow me to continue to serve as YOUR
Town Clerk/Tax Collector/Registrar. Thank you for your time and careful consideration.
November 5th VOTE for the MOST QUALIFIED Candidate
VOTE for Christie Murphy - Your Mount Morris Town Clerk
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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1 Lg. Pizza w/cheese
1 Pitcher of Soda
SUNDAY AFTERNOON
BOWLING SPECIAL
Noon-5
November 3rd 10th 17th
2 for 1
BOWLING GAMES
Doctors of Audiology
Elizabeth Orlando,
Au.D.
Sue DeBruyne,
Au.D.
Geneseo ~ 585.286.3664
Noyes Health Services
50 E. South St., Ste. 400A
Henrietta ~ 585.359.4987
Calkins Health Commons
125 Red Creek Dr., Ste. 220
Inviting NEW Patients
THE BIBLE SAYS
For further help, write: Burke Hill Bible Church
P. O. Box 257, Silver Lake, NY 14549
Or come see us at the corner of Burke Hill and Coe Rd., Perry, NY
For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;
(Romans 3:23) Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the
world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for
that all have sinned: (Romans 5:12) And as it is appointed
unto men once to die, but afer this the judgment: (Hebrews
9:27) Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the
tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteous-
ness: by whose stripes ye were healed. (I Peter 2:24) And this
is the record, that God hath given to us eternal life, and this
life is in his Son. (I John 5:11)
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Professional Taxidermist
2013 World Taxidermy
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CLIP N SAVE
Nunda Voters
I ask for your vote to be
re-elected to the Board
of the Town of Nunda.
Looking forward to
continuing to serve
our Nunda community!
Thank you.
Doris Marsh
for Town Councilperson
For more information or to register, please
call the Reproductive Health Center at
243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240
A service of the Livingston County Department of Health
Bring your ohild to our Parent / 3on or
Parent / Uaughter Night. 1hese programs
are for boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14
and girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 and are lRLL. lRLL. lRLL. lRLL.

These prograns wiII heIp participants Iearn about
the physicaI and enotionaI changes that occur
during puberty and heIp inprove connunication
between parents and their chiIdren.

Llgbt retresbments wlll be serveo.


Parents.
Not sure wbat to say to your son or
oaugbter about puberty?


For more information or to register, please call the
Reproductive Health Center at 243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240

A service of the Livingston County Department of Health
Parent / Son Night
November 12
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 12

Parent / Daughter Night
November 6
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 4
Bring your ohild to our Parent / 3on or
Parent / Uaughter Night. 1hese programs
are for boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14
and girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 and are lRLL. lRLL. lRLL. lRLL.

These prograns wiII heIp participants Iearn about
the physicaI and enotionaI changes that occur
during puberty and heIp inprove connunication
between parents and their chiIdren.

Llgbt retresbments wlll be serveo.


Parents.
Not sure wbat to say to your son or
oaugbter about puberty?


For more information or to register, please call the
Reproductive Health Center at 243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240

A service of the Livingston County Department of Health
Parent / Son Night
November 12
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 12

Parent / Daughter Night
November 6
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 4
Bring your ohild to our Parent / 3on or
Parent / Uaughter Night. 1hese programs
are for boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14
and girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 and are lRLL. lRLL. lRLL. lRLL.

These prograns wiII heIp participants Iearn about
the physicaI and enotionaI changes that occur
during puberty and heIp inprove connunication
between parents and their chiIdren.

Llgbt retresbments wlll be serveo.


Parents.
Not sure wbat to say to your son or
oaugbter about puberty?


For more information or to register, please call the
Reproductive Health Center at 243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240

A service of the Livingston County Department of Health
Parent / Son Night
November 12
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 12

Parent / Daughter Night
November 6
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 4
Bring your ohild to our Parent / 3on or
Parent / Uaughter Night. 1hese programs
are for boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14
and girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 and are lRLL. lRLL. lRLL. lRLL.

These prograns wiII heIp participants Iearn about
the physicaI and enotionaI changes that occur
during puberty and heIp inprove connunication
between parents and their chiIdren.

Llgbt retresbments wlll be serveo.


Parents.
Not sure wbat to say to your son or
oaugbter about puberty?


For more information or to register, please call the
Reproductive Health Center at 243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240

A service of the Livingston County Department of Health
Parent / Son Night
November 12
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 12

Parent / Daughter Night
November 6
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 4
Bring your ohild to our Parent / 3on or
Parent / Uaughter Night. 1hese programs
are for boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14 boys ages 10 to 14
and girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 girls ages 9 to 13 and are lRLL. lRLL. lRLL. lRLL.

These prograns wiII heIp participants Iearn about
the physicaI and enotionaI changes that occur
during puberty and heIp inprove connunication
between parents and their chiIdren.

Llgbt retresbments wlll be serveo.


Parents.
Not sure wbat to say to your son or
oaugbter about puberty?


For more information or to register, please call the
Reproductive Health Center at 243-7540 or 1-800-243-9240

A service of the Livingston County Department of Health
Parent / Son Night
November 12
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 12

Parent / Daughter Night
November 6
6 PM 8 PM
Mt. Morris
Register by November 4
Advertising Pays Off!
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
7,000 HOUSEHOLDS
WOULD BE READING YOUR
HELP WANTED AD RIGHT NOW
IF IT WAS PLACED IN OUR
JOB OPPORTUNITY SECTION!
7,000 HOUSEHOLDS
WOULD BE READING YOUR HELP WANTED AD
RIGHT NOW IF IT WAS PLACED IN OUR
JOB OPPORTUNITY SECTION!
7,000 HOUSEHOLDS
WOULD BE READING YOUR
HELP WANTED AD RIGHT NOW
IF IT WAS PLACED IN OUR
JOB OPPORTUNITY SECTION!
7,000 HOUSEHOLDS
WOULD BE READING YOUR HELP WANTED AD
RIGHT NOW IF IT WAS PLACED IN OUR
JOB OPPORTUNITY SECTION!
7,000 HOUSEHOLDS
WOULD BE READING YOUR HELP WANTED AD
RIGHT NOW IF IT WAS PLACED IN OUR
JOB OPPORTUNITY SECTION!
7,000 HOUSE-
HOLDS
WOULD BE READING YOUR
HELP WANTED AD RIGHT
NOW
IF IT WAS PLACED IN OUR
JOB OPPORTUNITY SEC-
TION!
MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT
ON NOVEMBER 5TH
ELECT
JONI SANTUCCI
TOWN OF LEICESTER
Town Council
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Dedicated community member
for over 40 years
Responsible
Fair
Honest
Committed
I will work for you and our community!
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We will be honoring the following inductees:
Tim Diemoz, Gus Marano, Pete DiAngelo,
Matt Isaman, Jennie Flint, Brenda Gibson,
Don Martin and Lynn Briggs
The event will be held in the Tink MacVean
Gymnasium with the reception starting at
5:30 pm and dinner to follow at 6 pm.
Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at
Keshequa Central High School.
Please come join us in honoring
these inductees!
Please call the MS/HS at
468-2541, ext. 1197 with any questions.
Hope to see you there!
Keshequa Central School
2nd
Athletic Hall of Fame Induction
on
Saturday, November 30
Everyone in the community
is invited to attend the
RAWLEIGH
CONSTRUCTION
All Phases Residential / Commercial
Home Remodeling Roofng
Siding Windows Gutter Cleaning
Heating & Cooling Additions
We make accurate and honest estimates
We start a job on the day we promise
We complete a job on or before our due date
We keep our promises
4
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Free Estimates
Fully Insured
Accepting
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Remodeling?
(585) 658-3950 (585) 739-9766
1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Q and D Management
800-848-8569
800-662-1220-TDD
NYS Relay Line 711
Mt. Morris Country Estates
12 Columbus Ave. Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Age 62 years or older;
Disabled, regardless of age; Income Qualifcations.
Accessible Units Off Street Parking Laundry on Premises
Appliances & Carpeting Community Room Professionally Managed
We maintain landscaping, trash removal, common area cleaning & snowplowing.
For information please call for an application
1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Q and D Management
800-848-8569
800-662-1220-TDD
NYS Relay Line 711
Mt. Morris Country Estates
12 Columbus Ave. Mt. Morris, NY 14510
Age 62 years or older;
Disabled, regardless of age; Income Qualifcations.
Accessible Units Off Street Parking Laundry on Premises
Appliances & Carpeting Community Room Professionally Managed
We maintain landscaping, trash removal, common area cleaning & snowplowing.
For information please call for an application
Rent based on 30% of adjusted gross income.
1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Mt. Morris Country Estates
12 Columbus Ave. Mt. Morris, NY 14510
GEORGE CASTEEL: Decks - Remodeling, Replacement Win-
dows, Blown Insulation. (585) 658-3863 or 322-5931.
CASH PAID FOR YOUR JUNK CARS. Call Benny anytime at
468-5551. ID No. 7090520. Now buying Copper & Aluminum. Have
Scales.
4 BEDROOM HALF-HOUSE FOR RENT IN NUNDA: Upstairs Half-
House with Washer/Dryer Hookup and Deck at 9 Seward Street.
No Pets. ONE STOP HOUSE HUNTING, Nunda, 585-468-3882.
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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Friday(Starts 6pm)
3 hours $12/person 2 hours $9/person
Saturday nights:
6pm to 8pm $8/person 8pm to 10pm $10/person
10pm to 12am $10/person
12am to 2am $8/person
*Reservations Highly Recommended*
All Include Bowling & Shoe Rental
New for Kids - Every Sat. Night
Bouncy House 6-7:30pm
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Saturday Night Special


Glow Bowling
Rte. 19A, Portageville
585-468-2166
The place to go ...
When you're going out.
Letchworth Pines
www.LetchworthPines.com
OPEN AT NOON EVERYDAY
Sat. November 9
ANNUAL
3-PERSON FUN TOURNAMENT
SAT. NOVEMBER 9 & SUN. NOVEMBER 10
$1,000.00 1ST PLACE
GUARANTEED
Warsaw Fire Department
9=X
SPLIT=SPARE
For More Info call: 786-2608 or 468-2166
Prize Fund $24.00
Bowling $20.00
Expenses $16.00
Total Entry: $60.00
Entry Fee
Squad Times
Sat. Nov 10
12PM
1:45PM
3:30PM
5:15PM
Sun. Nov 11
1:00PM
2:45PM
4:30PM
Rhythm Collision
Town of Nunda Voters
I ask for your support
on November 5th
for Election to
Town Council!
Jim Forrester
Everybody Reads The Shopper!
2002 SILVERADO: 2 wheel
drive, 4.3 V-6 automatic, regu-
lar cab, 8 foot box, 82,000
miles. PELLICANE MOTORS,
658-2260.
WE WORK WITH BUYERS
Talk to Chuck
One Stop House Hunting,
Nunda
585-468-3882 or
onestophh@frontiernet.net
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A special Thank You to Russell Barber and Stacy Wilson at Woodlyn Golf Course
and the DJ, Brandon Carmer!
The event could not have happened without the TaTa Committee, you guys are the best!
Until next yearKeep Checking the Bumps for Lumps
Thanks Again!
Sully
Cathy Sullivan
Laurie Snyder
Helga Lamb
Teresa Lindsay
Chris McKinney
Nunda Family Pharmacy
Bob and Pat Kelly
Letchworth Pines
Teena Wampole
Kathys Country Florist
Crego Birdsall Inn
Debbie Snyder
Mt. Morris Lanes
Sierra Inn
Anne Prunoske
Becky Clinton
Bonnadonna Auto
Gloria Soto
Sherri Preston
Diane Gath
Rachel Willett
Nunda Napa
Hemlock Grill
Its All About You
Geri Stokes
Lloyd and Lynn Liquor
Joan Sullivan
Laurie Denby
Bugman & Sons
Pizza Corner
Parts Plus
Deb Borgus
Corrine King
Danielle Genova
Brian & Shelly Beardsley
Ciraulos Deli & Grill
Kellys Saloon
Judy James
Keith Gelser
Jamie Davis
Mt. Morris Napa
Jess & Todd Spike
Brandy Chapman
Russell Barber
Dogwood Florist
Jennifer Bernard
Charred American Bar & Grill
Patty Chatley
Dalton Builders Inc.
Irene Pierce
Big Sky Saloon
Amy Pike
A friend of Mike Yencer
Savannah Kennedy
Parts Plus
The Gascon Family
Mary Coniglio
Barb Sanford
Gary Cox
Lisa Grifth
Nancy Lunduski
Belle Terry
Bruce Prince
Once Again Nut Butter
Deb Schnoover
Mt. Morris Leaning Tower
Tina & Cory Clinton
Nunda Lumber & Hardware Inc.
Mitch & Dawn Yencer
Sue Sullivan
Cindy Parker
Destiny Curry
Kathy Mehlenbacher
Don & Teri Fisher
Missy & Bill Dake
Jo Perry
Hawleys Lumberyard
Kathy Pike
Buzzo
Tammy & Bill Garwood
Vicki Carlin
Wilma Willey
Paula Claud
Laura James
Debbie Curry
Arcs Seniors Program
The 2nd Annual Boobie Party raised $8156 for the
Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Awareness!!
This would not have been so successful if it wasnt for our friends and family who helped sell the
t-shirts, koozies and rafe tickets!! As well as, the great community members who came to support
the cause!
The winner of the iPAD was Amanda McKinney from Dansville, the $100 winner was Sharon Ha-
gen of Nunda, and the $50 was won by Debbie Snyder of Nunda. Lorie Scroger of Nunda won the
beautiful quilt made and donated by Cindy Parker of Castile.
We had over 70 donations of baskets, gift certifcates and monetary donations. We would like to
Thank the following for their generosity:
Tina Clinton Kathy Mehlenbacher Jennifer Bernard
Jessica Spike Shelly Beardsley Destiny Curry
Barbie Gelser Amy Pike Deb Borgus
Belle Terry Savannah Kennedy Geri Stokes
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Friday, November 15th
3:00 and 7:00
Saturday, November 16th
7:00pm
Ticket Price $7
Keshequa MS/HS Auditorium
KCS Drama Club
Friday, November 15th
3:00 and 7:00
Saturday, November 16th
7:00pm
Ticket Price $7
Keshequa MS/HS Auditorium
KCS Drama Club
Friday, November 15th
3:00 and 7:00
Saturday, November 16th
7:00pm
Ticket Price $7
Keshequa MS/HS Auditorium
KCS Drama Club
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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Hometown Reliability
Nunda Lumber has Electric or Gas
Hot Water Heaters In Stock
Check out
the complete selection of
Water Heaters at
Nunda Lumber
11 S. State Street
(585) 468-2521
It Pay$ to Adverti$e
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
Call 658-3520
to place your ad!
Elect
ROB WALKER
for
Nunda Highway
Superintendent
Life-long resident of Nunda, with a knowledge of the
community and its needs and roadways.
Graduate of Keshequa Central School
Owner of Walker Enterprises, a trucking business and snow
plowing service. Its roots were in all aspects of building
construction.
Perform all maintenance on my tractors/trailers including
experience in operation & maintenance of large equipment.
26-year member of the Nunda Fire Department with four
years as chief.
As Fire Chief, have supervisory experience, knowledge of
paperwork, computer reporting, plus a familiarity with the
bidding process.
Wife, Leah and (2) sons: Jeffrey and Decklyn, with another
child due in November.
My present self-employment situation and long hours have
NOT allowed me the opportunity to make personal contact
with all voters, and I regret that more citizens could not be
contacted for a one-on-one communication.
I would greatly appreciate your vote on November 5th.

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6502 Barber Hill Rd., Geneseo, NY 14454
585-243-1563
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Cat D3C dozer $200.00 $1,000.00
Cat D4XL dozer $250.00 $1,250.00
Cat D5M dozer $300.00 $1,500.00
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Komatsu PC130 excavator $275.00 $1,375.00
Komatsu PC200 excavator w/thumb $325.00 $1,500.00
Kubota 55 excavator $250.00 $1,250.00
Cat 416C 4X4 backhoe $225.00 $1,125.00
Cat IT28G wheel loader $250.00 $1,250.00
Cat 950G wheel loader $300.00 $1,500.00
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Skid steer Loaders & attachments $175.00 $700.00
*Monthly rates and trucking available for all machines.
Check our website www.teitsworth.com for specs and pictures.
A Division of Roy Teitsworth, Inc.
25th Annual Fine Art &
Craft Show and Sale at
Livingston Arts, 4 Murray
Hill Drive, Mount Morris.
Open to public November
8-16 during gallery hours.
Extended hours
November 8, 10-5.
See website:
www.LivingstonArts.org
or call 243-6785.
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585-493-5281
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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To Livingston County Voters:
I believe very deeply that the right thing for voters to do is elect Tom Dougherty
Livingston County Sheriff. This is not intended to degrade Undersheriff James
Szczesniak. It is because of the state of affairs our sheriffs department has been in
for so many years -- as in decades. We badly need someone to swiftly and
effectively fix the many problems.
Thirty-nine years ago, while in college, I was sworn in as a part-time deputy by
the late Sheriff Douglas J. Welch. (By coincidence I was the deputy who received the
911 call when he suffered his fatal heart attack on July 4, 1976.) I was there part-
time for about six years until becoming an attorney. I was also an assistant district
attorney for ten years under the late Theodore E. Wiggins, Jr. Thus, I served under
the two Sheriffs who preceded Sheriff York, and was an assistant DA when Mr. York
became Sheriff. I have also followed the department closely throughout the years.
I was an assistant DA when Jim Szczesniak became a deputy sheriff. Without
question he was conscientious and had all the qualities of a good sheriffs deputy.
His 28 years of service are commendable. The rank of Undersheriff is directly below
that of Sheriff York. In no way do I intend to attack Jim as a person. Unfortunately,
though, he has been in the wrong place at the wrong time for too long. Mr.
Dougherty is in a much better position to be our next sheriff.
This letter wont win friends but someone needs to get the truth to the public.
In this situation it would be a travesty and a gross disservice to voters if they werent
told the true story here.
Despite accreditations and other window dressing, the Livingston County
Sheriffs Department has been quite an undesirable place for many years throughout
Sheriff Yorks terms. Deputies and those of higher rank -- who dare get caught
talking -- and members of the public have been subjected to a great deal of negative
treatment. At the same time, the favor vendor notoriously gives courtesies and
favors to those who are in good. Those not so situated have been subjected to
opposite treatment, threats, intimidation, bullying and other improper things. Truth
and forthright honesty has been lacking for many years. (I have the documents and
evidence to prove this and put my money where my mouth is.)
To get the sheriffs department restored to what it should be we need to put
personal feelings and sentiment aside. We shouldnt be talking about whos in line
for Sheriff or who deserves it or who has more experience. The true, key,
question should be, Who will do the best job running (and rehabilitating) the
sheriffs department?
One of the biggest things Sheriff York has always been famous for is
micromanaging. Anyone at any rank, from corporal or sergeant to major, and
undersheriff, makes very few decisions on their own, in the normal way. Reality is
that Mr. Szczesniaks experience may be at the rank of undersheriff, but he has not
had the experience a person would ordinarily get at that rank. This is critical. For no
matter what rank he has been in, he has not had the experience or learning
opportunities. And, worse yet, he has served under and been trained by a Sheriff
whose methods and attitudes and commands are inferior to appropriate and proper
standards.
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Indications are strong that the investigation into possible criminal conduct on
the part of deputy sheriffs assigned to the jail has been put on hold until after the
election. The investigation is in its tenth month. As one knowledgeable officer
said, The state police have solved homicides in less time than that. It is only a
matter of time before the hammer will probably fall for the jail time card matter.
Criminal charges are expected. Even if Mr. Szczesniak did nothing wrong, this was
still something he was in charge of. We dont need clouds over the head of a sheriff
before he even takes office.
Mr. Szczesniak could have retired about three years ago. He has been
compromised by Sheriff York. The best thing for all is for Mr. Dougherty to take
over as a new broom and give the deputies some relief.
Tied to all this are the photographs of retired law enforcement officers who
are openly supporting Mr. Dougherty. It is not a back-slapping group of retired
cops. It is a group who is trying to tell the public there needs to be a change.
(Some took risk of retaliation to be with that group.) They have served under or
during Sheriff Yorks regime. They lived with the conditions. They know. They also
served with Jim Szczesniak. They are saying, as openly as possible, that putting
Jim Szczesniak in as the next sheriff is NOT a change. It is something different, but
not enough to be a change.
The same for endorsements from organizations representing present police
officers. Sheriff Yorks actions through the years have affected most other
departments throughout the county. Many officers do not want the York regime to
continue. (A writer of a recent letter to the editor was misinformed about
subordinates being displeased with Mr. Szczesniak because of discipline-related
things; Sheriff Yorks micromanaging takes that away from the Undersheriff.)
Tom Dougherty is one of the sharpest, most intelligent and knows what hes
doing law enforcement officers I have seen come along since I became a deputy
39 years ago. My several conversations with him are the greatest breath of fresh air
since Sheriff York took office. Mr. Doughertys ethics, integrity and principles are so
far above the York regime theyre in a different league.
A most important angle here is the admiration and respect Tom Doughertys
peers have for him. Very, very rarely have I ever seen a group of deputies and
others band together to support one of their own for the top spot. Please note that
the mutual respect and admiration he and his peers have for each other came
together LONG before there was even a hint of his running. I have heard from a
number of law enforcement people that Mr. Dougherty is really and truly excellent.
And -- his age? Weve had younger sheriffs before. Id rather have someone whos
going to try to undo all the damage the politically-manipulating John M. York has
done.
Let there be a complete and clean end to the York regime, and let Mr.
Szczesniak enjoy a well-deserved retirement. Elect Tom Dougherty Livingston
County Sheriff this Tuesday.
William A. Mulligan
Geneseo
Paid for by William A. Mulligan
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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READ EVERY AD
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VOTE
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Marvin A Yamonaco Sr
West Sparta Town Councilman
Marvin is a full time farmer who lives and
works in town. He will be available to town
residents any day, any time.
As a farmer and a Senior Citizen he is
concerned about taxes. He will work to keep
taxes fair and reasonable while still providing
needed services to the residents of West Sparta.
Marvin worked for 30 years as a highway
construction laborer and labor foreman. He will
use his experience and knowledge of highway
work to help our Highway Superintendent
deal with local road issues and concerns.
Marvin has previously served as a Town
Councilman. He is ready to return with the
skills and information he learned during that
term and work with the current Board to keep
our Town moving in a positive direction.
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24th Annual
Artful Holidays
Fine Arts & Crafts
Show and Sale
November 212 at
Livingston Arts Center
Special Member & Patron
Presale Reception
Nov. 1, 68 p.m.
Featuring locally made jewelry,
baskets, ornaments, bath and body
products, knitted and felted apparel,
framed art, quilted bags and more.
Hours:
Opening Friday, 10 a.m.6 p.m.
M, T, W, F, 15 p.m.
T 17 p.m.
Sat. 10 a.m.3 p.m.
Closed Sunday
4 Murray Hill Dr.
Mt. Morris, NY 14510
585-243-6785
LivingstonArts.org
November 8-16 Livingston Arts, 4 Murray Hill Drive, Mount Morris
Artful Holidays 25th Anniversary
Fine Art & Craft Show and Sale
Stained glass, paintings & prints, handknits,
jewelry, ornaments, pottery, wooden bowls
and more... all handcrafted by local artisans!
Open during gallery hours:
Tuesday-Friday 1-4 Thursday 1-7:30 Saturday 11-3
Extended Hours Friday, November 8th, 10-5
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Congratulations to our
Halloween
Coloring Contest
Winners
Age Group 3-5 years
Paisley Cosimano, Dansville
age 5
Age Group 6-9 years
Jillian Mitchell, Swain
age 9
Age Group 10-12 years
Naomi Graber, Mount Morris
age 12
Thank you
to all of the
participants!
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Thank you
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Mount Morris Lanes,
and Leaning Tower
for donating prizes!
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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Dear Voter,
If you live in Avon, Caledonia, Dansville, Geneseo, Mt. Morris or Nunda, you are
one of nearly 20,000 village residents served by local law enforcement. If you visit
these villages for public school, college, shopping, dining and entertainment you
are among the thousands more who are served by local law enforcement.
As a member of a village police agency for the past 28 years, Im very aware of
the importance of partnerships among law enforcement agencies for the benefit
of all Livingston County residents and visitors. Partnerships are only effective when
based on mutual respect; respect is gained by truly recognizing each partners
needs and obligations to their own communities.
I have listened to presentations by both sheriff candidates on three occasions.
I have come to the conclusion that the candidate who offers law enforcement
and residents the path to true law enforcement partnerships is Tom Dougherty.
Tom has been clear that he will correct the long disputed flaws associated with
the Stop DWI Program and the closest car policy.
Furthermore, Tom will focus on spending tax dollars efficiently, from the
operation of the jail to addressing full size SUVs being provided for Sheriffs
upper management.
Lastly, I wish to point out that as Sheriff, Tom will continue to support our second
amendment right while working with Albany to improve the Safe Act to insure
that legal gun owners are protected and criminals are held accountable.
On November 5th we have the right to vote. We can vote the status quo; or
I ask that you please join me, vote for improvement, vote for Tom Dougherty
for Sheriff.
Sincerely,
Charles Perkins
52 Clara Barton Street
Dansville, NY 14437
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Dr. Mike Gburek, DDS
Were happy to be celebrating our one year anniversary in
Geneseo! Dr. Mike is looking forward to many more years
of meeting new patients and sharing his passion for the
dental eld.
If we havent seen you or your employees in our oce, we
extend this invitation to stop in and see us.
We would be happy to answer questions and
schedule an appointment for whatever your
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Dr. Dan Doaga Dr. Steven R. Ragan
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Thanksgiving, Christmas
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To the Voters of Mount Morris:
Please make your vote count on Tuesday,
November 5, 2013!! Please vote row A or D.
Please vote for the most dedicated, punctual,
reliable, honest, respectable, organized
and committed person for the job!!
Please vote Sara Jo Yencer
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Dont forget to set your clocks back...
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Please join Tom Doughertys
broad base of supporters and help
Elect a Sheriff for ALL the people...
Patrick Gallivan, New York State Senator
Prior to representing the citizens of Western New York in the New York State Senate, I proudly serv ed for over 20 years in law enforcement as Sheriff of Erie County and Captain in the New
York State Police. Tom Dougherty, the Republican candidate for Livingston County Sheriff in 2013, sh ares my values in law enforcement and community service, and I have full faith that Tom
possesses the requisite qualities to protect the citizens of Livingston County and ensure the Sherif fs department is economically and operationally sound. I am supporting Tom Dougherty for
Sheriff of Livingston County because he is the best candidate for the job and I hope you will too.
Cathy Young, New York State Senator
Tom Dougherty has all the credentials to be a first-rate Sheriff for Livingston County. He has the ability, the experience, and the management skills the job calls for. Please join me in
supporting Tom Dougherty for Livingston County Sheriff.
Lowell Conrad, Chair of the Republican Party
The leadership of the Republican Party has closed ranks to support our candidate, Tom Dougherty, af ter a hard-fought primary election where he earned the support of our Party. I urge all
Republicans to come together and support Tom Dougherty for Sheriff.
Republicans agree
Law enforcement agrees...
Democrats, Independents and
Unaffiliated Voters agree....
Endorsed by: Avon Democratic Committee, Mt. Morris Democratic Committee, North Dansville Democratic Committee
Phil Jones, Past Chair of the Livingston County Democratic Party
Only one candidate for Livingston County Sheriff has talked about Public Safety AND
Efficiency, Cost, Employee Morale, and Cooperation with other law enforcement agencies.
That Candidate is Tom Dougherty. ALL of these issues is what all voters of ALL parties should
be looking for in a candidate for public office. As a former Democratic Chair and staunch
Democrat, I urge ALL voters to support Tom Dougherty for Sheriff on November 5th.
Support Tom
Election Day
November 5th
(Polls open at 6:00 am until 9:00 pm)
You can confirm your polling place by calling 585.243.7090
Paid for by Friends of Tom Dougherty
MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
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JOB
Opportunities
Call 658-3520 for ad sizes and prices
RN 11PM-7AM
Part Time Relief Supervisory responsibilities.
Previous LTC experience preferred, supervisory
experience a plus. Ideal for supportive,
team oriented individual.
Apply online at: Leroyvillagegreen.com
or forward resume to: LeRoy Village Green,
10 Munson St., LeRoy, NY 14482
110 W. Main St.,
LeRoy, NY
(Do not contact Barilla Directly)
INDUSTRIAL
CLEANING
Temp-Hire Opportunities
Part-time hours available
All shifts - $10/hour
Call Today to Apply!
768-4380
Kelly Services is proud
to be recruiting for
46 Main Street
Geneseo, NY 14454
(585) 245-5220
www.bigtreeinn.com
Interested, experienced
candidates can apply at:
Campus House
17 Main St.,
Geneseo
Equal Opportunity
Employer
The Big Tree Inn is a place where not only business and community
members can join together to celebrate and conduct business, but
families can share a memorable experience.
We are seeking skilled culinarians and hospitality professionals for
the following part-time positions:
Line Cooks - Prior restaurant experience required. Good knowledge of
hot food preparation to include: soups, sauces, saut, grill, broil, fry, cold
food preparation and butchering. Knife skills and cooking terminology
are essential. Knowledge and adherence of sanitation rules is required.
Servers - Experienced servers to provide exceptional service in all areas
of the business including restaurant, tavern and event center. Prior
experience in an upscale dining restaurant preferred. Bartending
experience a plus. Also seeking experienced on-call catering servers.
Dishwasher/Prep - Multitasking individual to maintain cleanliness of
dish area and assist with daily prep.
Housekeeping - Seeking individuals to clean guest rooms and other
areas of the business including restaurant, tavern and event center.
Opportunities available during the day & overnight.
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JOB
Opportunities
Call 658-3520 for ad sizes and prices
TRUCK DRIVER
Outstanding opportunity to join a local Rochester area trucking company.
Were a small company with an opening for an Over the Road Driver who
possesses a CDL class A license. We operate late model, well maintained
equipment. Long haul van freight no NY City runs and very little E. Coast.
Paid by the mile for every mile driven, avg. of $1,000 - $1,300 per week. Home
every other weekend, with 3-4 days off. A HazMat endorsement is preferred,
but will consider applicants who are willing/able to obtain endorsement.
Minimum of 3 years experience is required.
We offer:
Weekly Direct Deposit
Competitive Salary, with increase potential after 120 days
Safety Incentive Bonus
Vacation Pay
Holiday Pay
Health/Medical Insurance with generous company contribution
Dental Insurance
Please apply by mail to: silc@sabinmetal.com or by fax: 585-294-5076
The Arc of Livingston-Wyomings vision is to empower
people of all ages to experience the joys and challenges of life
with a growing sense of personal dignity and independence.
Send applications to kftzpatrick@lwarc.org or mail/complete an application
at 18 Main Street, Mount Morris between the hours of 8am and 4pm.
For more information, please visit us at www.lwarc.org.
EOE
Help Desk Technician Responsible for responding to end user requests
for technical support, documenting and assisting in the resolution of computer
problems, forwarding complex problems to appropriate staff. Assists in the
installation and diagnosis of hardware and software and related incidents.
Assistance will most often be provided via phone and remote control of PCs
with some on-site help/installations at our 21 satellite locations in Livingston
and Wyoming Counties.
Special Education Teacher Responsible for the effcient daily
classroom activities, assessment and programming for preschool children,
with various educational disabilities in a preschool class.
Mount Morris Central School
A Commitment to Excellence ~ A Tradition of Success
VACANCY NOTICE
POSITION: 1:1 Aide
This position is to assist
a specic student.
QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma
EFFECTIVE DATE: November 14, 2013
APPLICATION
DEADLINE: November 8, 2013
APPLY TO:
Send cover letter, resume, 3 reference letters, and
application (available at www.mtmorriscsd.org) to:
Dawn F. Mirand
Superintendent of Schools
Mount Morris Central School District
30 Bonadonna Avenue
Mount Morris, NY 14510
Mount Morris Central School
Is An Equal Opportunity Employer.
HELP WANTED
IMMEDIATELY
Carpentry skills required.
Part-time/full-time available.
~ Job sites in Rochester area ~
Call for more info/appointment
Morans Glass, Inc.
Nunda, NY
585-468-2664
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JOB
Opportunities
Call 658-3520 for ad sizes and prices
CNA: Full and part time positions available. 11-7 shift.
NO mandatory overtime. Medical and dental insurance available.
Current NYS certification required.
Apply in person or call
for an interview.
LeRoy Village Green
RHCF
10 Munson Street
LeRoy, NY 14482
768-2561
Tech/RCA
Part time - evening shift.
2pm-10pm
Aide
Part time - 6:30am-1:30pm
Every other weekend.
Aide
Part time - 5:30pm-9:30pm
Including every other weekend.
We are looking for applicants who are experienced,
team oriented, can be flexible & have a strong work ethic.
Morgan Estates
Assisted Living Community
4588 Morgan View Rd., Geneseo, NY 14454
j.bruckel@morganestates.com
Help Wanted G rowing company looking for the following personnel:
Full-Time position available for a
Q UALITY C ONTROL I NSPECTOR - 1st shift.
Strong open plate inspection, knowledge of GD&T, and experience
inspecting lathe parts required. CMM experience with PCDmis
software desired but will train.
F ULL T IME CNC O PERATOR - 2nd shift.
Employee Benefits: Competitive wages, shift differential
(2nd shift), company contributes to E.S.O.P., 401(k) plan, medical
insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, disability insurance,
vacation time, sick time.
Education: Tuition reimbursement for employees.
Apply at: B & B Precision Mfg., Inc.
310 W. Main Street, Avon, NY
sguerin@bbprecision.com www.bbprecision.com
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
Are you looking for a great place to work?
We are growing and we have positions available!
Chapin International, Inc. is now hiring! Applications for
Production positions are being accepted for all shifts.
Starting wage is $10.00 per hour; pay raise to $11.25 (+ $.45 shift
premium) after three months and full benefits (medical and dental
insurance, 401(k), vacation) after successful completion of six-
month probationary period. Overtime and advancement
opportunities available!
OPEN INTERVIEWS on Thursday, November 14, 2013
from 8:30am - 11am at the Genesee County Career Center
at 587 East Main St., Batavia, NY (behind Aldis).
You must bring photo ID.
Cant make it to the open interviews? Stop in anytime at the Career Center
and fill out an application.
Applications will NOT be accepted at Chapin.
No phone calls please .
Requirements:
Safety and quality must be a top priority
Ability to read and understand written job orders
High energy, positive attitude
Attention to detail and hand-eye coordination
Able to stand for long periods of time to perform repetitive work
Must have good attendance
High school diploma or GED required
Must be able to work any shift
Must be drug-free and pass pre-employment drug screen
LOOKING FOR RNS
for immediate placement in a
correctional facility in your area,
1 year experience required,
ER experience a plus.
Apply today!
(866) 387-8100 ext 202
or email:
recruit@whiteglovecare.net
DRIVERS WANTED
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Apply at
BUGMAN & SONS
10046 State Street, Dalton
or call (585) 476-5920
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Keshequa School District
Senior Citizens
Please join us for a
Thanksgiving Dinner
at Keshequa Elementary
on Friday, November 22, 2013 at 1:00
This is a complimentary dinner for senior
citizens living in the Keshequa Central
School District. It is prepared by the Dalton
cafeteria staff under the supervision of
Mrs. Sandy Cox. The Dalton Elementary
Student Council is proud to host this event
and will be present to serve you!
*Please call
Marnie Hillier at 476-2234 ext. 1132
or Tammy Van Sickle at 468-2541 ext. 1105
to make your reservations by
Wednesday, November 20th!
The Nunda Historical Society is looking for
Korea War era veterans to take part in the
special program Memories of the Korean War
to be held November 13, 2013
@ 7:00 pm at the
Nunda Historical Building.
Any veteran or family member
willing to participate or who
would like more information
should contact the Society
at 468-5991 or email:
tscook@rochester.rr.com.
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MOUNT MORRIS SHOPPER HSUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2013
Please be advised that Electioneering is prohibited within
100 feet of the poll site entrance. This includes distributing,
wearing or carrying political literature, posters, banners,
buttons, t-shirts, bumper stickers, signs and soliciting
votes by phone.
Livingston County Board of Elections
Nancy L. Leven
Laura M. Schoonover
Commissioners of Election
All election districts will be open for the General Election
on Tues., Nov. 5, 2013 for voting from 6am to 9pm.
If you have any questions about your voting location in
Livingston County, please contact the Board of Elections
at (585) 243-7090 or (585) 335-1705. The following
is a list of the town and districts with their locations.
Town and District Location
Avon 1, 6 & 8 Town of Avon Fire District,
1615 W Henrietta Rd (East Avon)
Avon 2 & 4 Avon Wesleyan Church, 300 Genesee St
Avon 3, 5 & 7 Avon Village Hall, 74 Genesee Street
Caledonia (all) JW Jones Hall, 366 Leicester St
Conesus (all) Conesus Town Hall,
6210 South Livonia Rd
Geneseo 1 & 6 St. Marys Parish Center, 13 North Street
Geneseo 2, 3, 4 & 5 United Methodist Church,
4520 State Route 63
Geneseo 7 & 8 Morgan Estates Community Center,
4339 Clear View Road
Groveland 1 Groveland Town Hall, 4955 Aten Road
Groveland 2 Groveland Fire Hall, 7428 State Route 63
Leicester (all) Leicester Town Hall, 132 Main St
Lima (all) Genesee Community College,
7285 Gale Rd
Livonia 1 Hemlock Fire Hall,
7375 Al Sharpe Avenue
Livonia 2, 4, & 5 Lakeville Fire Training Grounds,
5939 Stone Hill Road
Livonia 3 & 7 Livonia Town Hall, 35 Commercial Street
Livonia 6 Livonia Village Office,
36 Commercial Street
Mt. Morris (all) Mt. Morris Central School Gymnasium,
30 Bonadonna Ave
N. Dansville (all) North Dansville Town Hall,
14 Clara Barton Street
Nunda 1 & 3 Nunda Fire Hall, 4 South State St
Nunda 2 Dalton United Methodist Church,
10074 State Street
Ossian Ossian Town Hall, 4706 Ossian Hill Road
Portage Portage Town Hall,
2 North Church Street, Hunt
Sparta (all) Sparta Community Center,
7351 State Route 256, Scottsburg
Springwater (all) Springwater Town Hall,
8022 South Main Street
West Sparta West Sparta Town Hall,
8302 Kysorville-Byersville Road
York 1, 2 & 3 York Town Hall, 2668 Main Street
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Are you wondering whether to take an over-the-counter medication to help
with lost sleep or something a little stronger that the doctor will prescribe? First
of all, in the case of a sleeping issue that seems to be ongoing, talk to the doctor.
There may be an underlying issue thats making it hard to fall asleep or stay
asleep. Over-the-counter sleep helpers are fine in the short term, but be sure to
talk with the pharmacist about any other medications you are taking in order to
minimize the risk of a dangerous interaction. Prescription sleep aids belong to
different classes of drugs; some can be addictive, and some can leave a person
sleepy the next day.
Chronic sleep deprivation, for whatever reason, significantly affects your
health, performance, and safety, so its important to have a checkup if you are
sleep deprived. Sleep deprivation is quite often due to unrecognized sleep
disorders. After a typical nights sleep, you may not feel restored and be
sleepy during the day, but be totally unaware that you are sleep deprived or
have a sleep disorder. To schedule an appointment, please call GENESIS
INTERNAL MEDICINE at (585) 243-5109. We are located at 50 East South St.,
Suite 600, Geneseo.
P.S. Insomnia is considered to be chronic when a person experiences it at least three
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Church Choices
NOVEMBER 7 & 10: Celebrate! Family Church, 74 Rt. 36, Leicester.
Sunday Worship-10 AM; Junior Youth Group, grades 6-8 meets 11 AM,
every other Sunday; Senior Youth Group, grades 9-12 meets 7 PM, every
other Thursday. Call (585) 382-9830 or visit: iCelebrate.org.
SATURDAY, NOV. 9: Saint Lucys Church, Retsof invites you to Sat-
urday-4 PM Evening Mass. Call 243-1100.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: First Presbyterian Church Tuscarora, 8082 Main
Street. Sunday Worship Service-9:30 AM; Sunday School-10AM. All
welcome. Pastor Stewart Buisch. Call 658-9860.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Geneseo United Methodist Church, Rt. 63 &
Court Street, Geneseo. Contemporary Worship-8:30 AM; Traditional
Worship-10:30 AM (coffee hour between services). Sunday School (all
ages)-9:30 AM. Nursery care. Handicap accessible. Reverend Dr. Keith
Griswold. Call 243-3160.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Groveland Federated Parish, 6616 Groveland
Hill Road. Sunday Worship-10 AM, with Sunday School; A Methodist/
Presbyterian Community. All welcome. 243-2638.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Holy Angels Church, 45 Church Street, Nunda
welcomes you to 8:15 AM Morning Mass. Call 243-1100.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Harvest International Family Church - A Su-
pernatural Experience! 4647 Reservoir Road, Geneseo. Pastors Bob &
Kathy Campbell. Sunday Worship-10 AM, Childrens Church during
service, infant-6th grade. HIFC@frontiernet.net. Call 243-9280. www.
hifc.org. www.booksandgiftstogo.org.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Leicester Union Presbyterian Church, 161 Main
Street, Worship Service-10:30 AM. Pastor David Missel. Call 382-3311.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Nunda United Methodist Church, 30 East Street,
Nunda. Sunday Worship-11 AM. Pastor Beth Malone. All welcome. Call
468-3456.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Ossian First Presbyterian Church, 4717 Ossian
Hill Road, Dansville. Sunday Worship-9 AM; Sunday School-9:15 AM.
Pastor Bill Ellis.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Pleasant Valley Baptist Church, Lakeville Road,
Geneseo, west of I-390. Sunday School-10 AM; Sunday Worship Service-11
AM. All are welcome. Call 243-0130.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Saint Pauls Lutheran Church, County Road 15,
between Angelica & Short Tract, Basswood Hill Rd, Town of Allen.
Morning Worship-10 AM; Sunday School-11 AM.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Saint Timothy Lutheran Church, 5015 Lakeville
Road, Geneseo. Sunday Worship Services-8 AM & 10:15 AM; Sunday
School, all ages-9 AM. Pastor Justin Johnson. Call 243-4490.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Short Tract United Methodist Church, County Rt.
15, Short Tract. Free Breakfast last Sunday, 8-9 AM. Sunday School-10
AM. Sunday Service-11 AM. Call 567-2726.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Trinity Church of Nunda, 25 East Street, a Baptist
Presbyterian Federated Church. Sunday School-9:15 AM; Sunday Wor-
ship-10:30 AM. Call 468-2680.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: United Church of Mount Morris, State Street
welcomes you to Sunday Worship-10:30 AM. Call 658-2122.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: Websters Crossing United Methodist Church,
Rt. 15. Sunday Worship-9 AM; Childrens Sunday School, 9:20-10 AM;
Pastors Pause, 8:45-8:55 AM-One on One time with children, ages 3-6th
grade. Pastor Jeri Kober. Call 669-9071.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: West Sparta United Methodist Church, corner of
Redmond and Green Roads, West Sparta. Sunday Worship-9 AM. Pastor
Beth Malone. All welcome. Call 585-335-8030.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: York Baptist Church, Main Street, York, a wel-
coming & afrming American Baptist Church. Morning Worship Ser-
vice-9:30 AM. Reverend William Taber. Call 243-3210.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: York United Presbyterian Church, 2662 Main
Street, York. Morning Worship-11 AM with Sunday School-10 AM. Joy-
fully serving community! Reverend Michelle Sumption. Call 243-1266.
NOVEMBER 4, 5, 6, 10: Dansville Free Methodist Church, 25 Franklin
Street welcomes you! Monday Kidz Klub, 2:30-5 PM for preschool-5th
grade; Tuesday Youth Group, 7 PM for 6th-12th grades; Wednesday
Prayer Meeting, 7 PM; Sunday Worship-10:30 AM, Sunday School-9:30
AM. Bible Study groups for men and women. Call 335-3898. Pastor
Christopher Cole.
NOVEMBER 4, 5, 6, 10: Hunt Baptist Church, 9932 S. Church Street,
Hunt. Monday Clean & Free-7 PM; Tuesday Mens Bible Study-6:30 PM;
Wednesday Family Night: Dinner-6 PM; Bible Study (all ages)-6:30 PM;
Youth Recreation-7:30 PM; Sunday School (all ages)-9:30 AM; Fellow-
ship-10:30 AM; Worship-11 AM; Prayer Meeting-6:30 PM, Training and
Strengthening Disciples. Sign Language & Transportation, 476-2486; www.
huntbaptistchurch.com.
NOVEMBER 4, 6-10: Saint Marys Roman Catholic Church, 6 North
Street, Canaseraga. Monday, Thursday & Friday Mass-9 AM; Wednesday
Mass-6:30 PM; Thursday (after mass)-Adoration til 7 PM, Confession 6-7
PM; Friday-7 PM Adoration & Confession; Saturday Mass-5 PM; Sunday
Masses-9 & 11 AM, 5 PM. Father John Cullen. (607) 545-8601.
NOVEMBER 4, 7, 10: Saint Marys Parish, 4 Avon Road, Geneseo.
Monday-8 AM Morning Mass; Thursday-5:15 PM Evening Mass at the
Interfaith Center, SUNY Geneseo; Sunday Masses-8 AM, 10:15 AM and
5:30 PM. Call 243-1100.
NOVEMBER 5, 7, 10: Grace & Truth Christian Fellowship, 3462 E.
Groveland Road (next to Hamptons Corners) Mount Morris. Tuesday
Mens Study-7 PM; Thursday Womens Study-7 PM (thru 4/18); Sunday
Morning Worship-10 AM with Sunday School, nursery available. Sign
Language & Spanish interpreting. Fellowship following with coffee, etc.
Pastor Kirk Dudek. Weekly events, call (585) 658-9880 or visit: www.
graceandtruth.org.
NOVEMBER 5, 7, 10: Village Baptist Church, 39
1/2
Chapel Street,
Mount Morris. Tuesday 7 PM-Evening Prayer; Thursday 1 PM-Bible
Study; Sunday Worship-10 AM. Pastor David Ritz. All welcome! Call
658-3258. www.villagebaptistchurch.net.
NOVEMBER 5 & 10: Saint Patricks Church, 46 Stanley Street, Mount
Morris. Tuesday-8 AM Morning Mass; Sunday-10 AM Morning Mass.
Call 243-1100.
NOVEMBER 5 & 10: Dalton United Methodist Church, 10074 State
Street, Dalton. Tuesday Free Coffee Hour-10 AM (except holidays); Sunday
Worship 10:15 AM. Pastor Heidi McGinnis. Call 476-2490.
NOVEMBER 5 & 10: Dansville Foursquare Church, 49 West Ave,
Dansville. Tuesday Flipside Youth-7 PM; Sunday Worship with Childrens
Church-10 AM; Pastor Shawn Harnish. Call 335-7707 or visit: www.dans-
villefoursquare.com.
*WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: Light House Ministry Free Supper, 5 PM til gone,
1st & 3rd Wednesday, at Nunda United Methodist Church, 30 East Street.
Great food & fellowship. Call 468-3456.
NOVEMBER 6 & 8: Saint Thomas Aquinas, 175 Main Street, Leicester.
Wednesday & Friday-8 AM Morning Mass. Call 243-1100.
NOVEMBER 6 & 10: Burke Hill Bible Church, Burke Hill/Coe Road,
Perry. Wednesday Evening Bible Study/Prayer, call 786-5490 for time &
place; 11 AM-Sunday Morning Worship.
NOVEMBER 6 & 10: Cornerstone Baptist Church, 4232 Reservoir
Road, Geneseo. Wednesday: Evening Prayer, Childrens Program & Teen
Group-6:30 PM; Sunday: School-9:45 AM; Worship-11 AM; Evening
Praise Service-6 PM. Call 243-4514.
NOVEMBER 6 & 10: Dalton Assembly of God, Rt. 408, Dalton. Wednes-
day: Boys & Girls Ministry-7 PM; Sunday School (all ages)-9:30 AM,
Sunday Morning Worship-10:45 AM; New Life Service-7 PM. Pastor
Richard Hepler. Call 476-2261.
NOVEMBER 6 & 10: Grace & Mercy Faith Outreach Ministry, 54 Main
Street, Mount Morris. Wednesday Bible Study-6 PM; Sunday Worship-11
AM with childrens church. 658-9782 or 335-5756.
NOVEMBER 6 & 10: Oakland Wesleyan Church, 1519 Rt. 436, Nunda.
Wednesday Fellowship Meal-5:30 PM, Praise & Prayer Service-7 PM;
Sunday School-9:45 AM, Worship-11 AM, Youth Group, 6-8 PM (grades
7-12). Call 468-2389.
NOVEMBER 6 & 10: Portageville Community Baptist Church, 6668
Pike Street, Wednesday Prayer Meeting-7:30 PM; Sunday Worship-10
AM. Rev. Sam Wolcott. Call 468-5039 or 567-8855.
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American
Red
Cross
Media inquires may be directed to
David Parish, Executive Director,
Northern Livingston County Chapter
585-243-7029 or 585-303-6369 (cell),
or at nlccross@frontiernet.net
November 2013
FIRST AID & CPR CLASS
SCHEDULE
The Red Cross of Northern Livingston County ofers CPR
& First Aid classes held at Livingston County Government
Center, 6 Court Street, Geneseo, unless otherwise noted.
CPR and First Aid (Blended Learning)
Saturday, Nov. 2 9:30-11:30 AM
Professional Rescuer (Blended Learning)
Saturday, Nov. 2 12:30-3 PM
Child Care CPR and First Aid
Saturday, Nov. 23 9 AM-5 PM
*Blended Learning means portions of this course
must be completed online.
To register for any of these classes,
call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
or go to www.redcross.org and Take A Class.
Call (585) 234-2828
Through caring & education,
the Humane Society of
Livingston County works to
eliminate the abuse and
overpopulation of animals
and aids in the prevention
of their suffering within
our communities.
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4502 State Rt. 36 Leicester, NY 14481 (585) 382-3822
BUYING:
Copper - Aluminum - Brass - Batteries
Appliances - Steel & Iron - Stainless Steel
Monday-Friday, 8 AM-4:30 PM
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CENTER CLOSED ON FRIDAYS
LUNCH MENU
For Senior Citizen Program
3 Elm Street, Mount Morris, N.Y.
Marchia Santangelo, Site Manager
658-4513
Reservations are requested 2 days in advance.
Please contact Site Manager for further information.
Menu subject to change
SERVING TIME 12:15
Need a Ride? Call the LATS Bus at 658-4690
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 4-7
MONDAY: Pot Roast w/Onions & Carrots w/Gravy,
Mashed Red Potatoes, Asparagus/Corn Medley,
Chilled Peaches, Orange Juice, Milk.
TUESDAY: Chicken Florentine, Wild Rice, Califor-
nia Mix, Mixed Green Salad w/Ranch Dressing,
Dinner Roll, Butter, Gingerbread Cake, Cranberry
Juice, Milk.
WEDNESDAY: Stuffed Manicotti w/Meat Sauce,
Peas, Garbanzo Bean Salad, Garlic Bread, Lemon
Pudding, Apple Juice, Milk.
THURSDAY: Meat Loaf, AuGratin Potatoes, Mixed
Vegetables, Bran Muffn, Butter, Chunky Apple-
sauce, Tomato Juice, Milk.
Internet Outreach www.whenlifehurts.com
Youth Outreach www.otrym.org
Call (585) 507-1045 or (585) 883-7043
Support THE BRIDGE and On The Road Youth Ministry
Designate Greater Rochester United Way
DONOR OPTION 1903 www.otrym.org
NOVEMBER 4-7: After School Open Time, 3:30-7 PM,
Monday thru Thursday for ages 5-13. Recreation-Home-
work Help-Crafts-Mentoring-Snacks.
TUESDAY, NOV. 5: Discipleship Advanced Bible Study,
7-8 AM, Studying Acts with the Visual Bible.
NOVEMBER 5 & 7: First Steps For Little Ones featuring
Veggie Tales, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 7-8 AM.
THURSDAY, NOV. 7: Kings Kids Bible Study, 7-8 PM.
Studying Matthew with the Visual Bible.
~ Free Baked Goods Available Every Day ~
Downtown Kid Central
After School Program and Youth Groups
for the kids and teens of downtown
25 Chapel Street, Mount Morris, NY
YOUTH PROGRAMS
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: YOUTH FELLOWSHIP, 6-8 PM at Por-
tageville Community Baptist Church in the fellowship hall. Games,
music & time to chat around the Bible. All are invited! Come enjoy
the fellowship! Call 468-5039.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: ROYAL RANGERS Boys Group, 7-8:15
PM at Dalton Assembly of God, behind church in the Bruce N.
Hesse Building. Bible lessons, merit badges, life lessons, fun. Call
476-2261.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: GIRLS CLUB, 7-8:15 PM at Dalton As-
sembly of God. Bible lessons, merit badges, life lessons & fun. Call
476-2261.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: AWANA Youth Group for grade K-6, at
Village Baptist Church, Mount Morris. Kids Dinner-6 PM. Meet-
ing-6:30 PM, Handbook learning, games and an exciting Object
Lesson from the Bible. Call 658-3258.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6: YOUTH & FAMILY NIGHT, 6-8 PM at
Hunt Baptist Church. Pizza Supper followed by music, prayer &
Bible studies for all ages with recreation time. Call 476-2486.
SATURDAY, NOV. 9: CLUB 24/7 (for teens) 6-7:30 PM at Village
Baptist Church, Mount Morris. Awesome activities. Answers for teens
about how to live today. Bible workbook with traveling competition,
teen food. Call 658-3258.
SUNDAY, NOV. 10: YOUTH GROUP, 6-8 PM at the Lawson
House, across from Oakland Wesleyan Church, 1519 Route 436,
Nunda. For grades 6-12. Call 468-2389.
NOVEMBER 4 & 5: Monday Kidz Klub, 2:30-5 PM for
preschool-5th grade; Tuesday Youth Group, 7 PM for 6th-
12th grades at Dansville Free Methodist Church, 25 Franklin
Street. 335-3898.
The Mount Morris
Senior Nutrition Site
WILL BE
MOVING
Our last day at the Swan
Center is October 31st.
We will reopen at the
VFW Hall
on 3 Elm Street
November 4th
Attention Senior Citizens
7,000
HOUSEHOLDS
Would be reading
your HELP WANTED
ad right now if it
was placed in our
Job Opportunity
section.
Stay alive...
Dont text and drive!
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