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P.O. Box I, 218 N. Main St.
Bolivar, NY 14715
William W. Jones, Publisher
Please PRINT AD as you wish to have it published. Include name and address if you want it in ad. Allow only one word per space. (Telephone number is one word.) If more space is needed, you may write ad on separate sheet of paper. We reserve the right to reject any and all copy. A signature (whether used in ad or not) must accompany each ad.
individual for one item.
\u2022 Garage and lawn sales not included.
\u2022 May not be of a commercial nature. (Examples of
services, for rent, etc.)
\u2022 Price must be in ad (\u201cbest offers\u201d not accepted).
\u2022 Run one week at a time.
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\u2022 Limit: one free ad per issue. Ad will run in both papers.
firewood for sale, babysitting, or services, for rent, etc.)
\u2022Price must be in ad (\u201cbest offers\u201d not accepted).
\u2022Run one week at a time.
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218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I
Bolivar, NY 14715-0009
Port Allegany Pharmacy
Main St., Port Allegany, Pa.
by Wednesday at 10:00 a.m.
Lindgren\u2019s Variety Store
Main St., Smethport, Pa.
by Wednesday at 12:00 noon
218 N. Main St., P.O. Box I
Bolivar, NY 14715-0009
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convertible, red exterior, black/orange custom interior, a.t., 1.5 liter B16A SOHC engine, 40 mpg, 121,294 mi. New battery, new front tires, needs engine work, not running, replaced rear decklid with spoiler, cold air intake, body sound. As is $500. Call 814-558- 5819.
is now forming for 2009-2010 ski season. This is an affordable way for your entire family to enjoy skiing at Holiday Valley with packages starting at $115 which includes skiing and lessons. For further info., please contact Jane Smith at 814-598-0478. 2/22pb
Charles Cole Memorial Hospital and Sweden Valley Manor present the 6th Annual Memory Walk benefiting the Alzheimer\u2019s Association. October 10, 2009 from 11am to 2pm. Strawberry Field (behind the Wellness Center at CCMH). For more information or to find out how to sign up to walk, please call Debbie McKee at Sweden Valley Manor, 814-274-7610 or Phyllis Glinkowski at Charles Cole Memorial Hospital, 814- 274-9300.
\u201cIn Great Waters\u201d
by Kit Whitfield
Reviewed by Ealish Waddell
not too long ago, but there is a major difference between this world and our own: Humans not only cover the land, but also inhabit the seas. Interbred royal families control the nations of Europe, but these dynasties are at risk from illegitimate half-deepsman children, born illegally and raised secretly, in hiding.
Henry is one such child, a feral waif abandoned by his mother and almost immediately adopted as a pawn of power. Anne, on the other hand, is a born princess finding the role for which she\u2019s trained all her life falling apart around her. It will fall to these two to change the fate
of their country, and to find a new way of reconciling the deepsmen and the landsmen to one another.
This mermaid world is not about singing fish and dudes with tridents: It is savage, very close to the natural rhythms. Deepsmen lives are harsh, unsentimental and often brutally short, yet not without beauty.
Some of the book\u2019s best passages occur in the opening pages, describing Henry\u2019s transition from the sensual, immediate undersea world to a very different life on land. Things as common as straight walls and corners are bizarre and frightening, and the simple act of moving around in an environment
that doesn\u2019t catch him when he falls is a completely new and often painful experience. His adjustment is as much conceptual as physical.
Henry is not exactly a pleasant guy, but he still manages to be sympathetic, a child of two worlds, unwanted by either but determined to force his way in. Anne is easier to relate to, and watching her grow a backbone over the course of the book is highly satisfying. Between the convincing characters and the well-built world they inhabit, \u201cIn Great Waters\u201d is an excellent choice for readers looking for a smart, engaging fantasy read.
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Are you caring for an older person? Do you check on your parent every day at his or her home? Do you provide around- the-clock care in your home?
\u201cCaregivers often find themselves in a situation where they are providing more and more care for an older person\u201d, said Kim Toot, Director of the Office for the Aging. \u201cEighty percent of the care provided to the elderly is provided by informal caregivers who are family members, friends or neighbors. We want to support their efforts by giving them tools to make their jobs easier.\u201d
The Allegany County Office for the Aging is presenting a Caregivers Workshop. This is being sponsored by the Allegany County Caregivers Coalition, a program of the Allegany Western Steuben Rural Health Network and the Allegany County Office for the Aging. The training will be held at Crossroads Business Center in Belmont. Classes begin on Thursday, October 8th and continue once a week through November 12th. The facilitators for the workshop are Mary Gardner-Ruch and Tobi Nickerson, Care Coordinators for the Office for the Aging.
The program schedule is: October 8th- Workshop Overview and Community Resources, Mary Gardner-Ruch and Tobi Nickerson. October 15th- Health Insurance and Paying for Health Care, Madeleine Gasdik, Coordinator of Services, OFA. October 22nd- Tips for Hands on Care, Kathy Gallant, RN, Southern Tier Home Health Care; and Fall Prevention, and Mobility Issues, Dr. Steven Schleicher, DPT, Jones Memorial Hospital. October 29th- Legal Issues, New Power of Attorney Laws and Estate Planning, David Pullen, Esq.; and Advance Directives, Health Care Proxy, Living Will and Ethical Will, Lynn Palmiere, Allegany Western Steuben Rural Health Network. November 5th- Alzheimer\u2019s and Related Dementias, Alzheimer\u2019s Association of Western NY through a Caregiver Conference being held on this day. November 12- Emotional Challenges of Caregiving, Evelyn Robbennolt-Jones, MSW; and Caring for the Caregiver, Vonnie Mattison, Massage Therapist.
Topics deal with caregiver stresses, normal aging process vs. medical problems, legal issues of long term care, caring for Alzheimer\u2019s patients, hints and tips for caregivers, and community resources.
Caregiving includes everything from checking on a parent, loved one, or neighbor every day at his or her home, to providing around-the-clock care. Caring for someone may be a gradual process or you may enter into it because of medical, financial or some other crisis. As this person ages and becomes more frail and demanding, the relationship can become increasingly stressful.
The course is open to anyone. Take part in one or all of the sessions of this 6-week course. Respite care for your loved one is available, please call early. Reservations and information are available at the Allegany County Office for the Aging at 585- 268-9390 or toll free, 866-268-9390.
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Pastor: Kevin Palmiter
Sabbath School......... 9:45am
Morning Worship.... 10:45am
Bible Study (Monday).... 7pm
Pastor: Daniel Grimes
Worship Service........... 9:30am
Sunday School............ 11:00am
Choir, Wednesday........ 6:00pm
Youth, Sunday.............. 6:00pm
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