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B.R.A.G. HISTORICAL SOCIETY B.R.A.G. Historical Society monthly meeting will be the first Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm at the B.R.A.G. Room, downstairs in the Bolivar Library. All welcome! For information, call 585-928-1009. tf ——————————————————————————————— THE BOLIVAR COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY WOULD LIKE to thank the Bolivar Order of the Eastern Star and the Bolivar Catholic Church for all their generous donations. Also, thank you to Eade’s Wallpaper of Olean for their donation of wallpaper and J.P. Flooring of Bolivar for their generous donation of carpeting and installation. Also, thank you to Joe Hollister for all his business services and Bob Mead for all his physical help. p ——————————————————————————————— YOUTH NIGHT Knights Creek Evangelical Methodist Church, 2987 County Road 9, Scio, NY 14880. Starts at 6pm on Friday nights. All ages are welcome. Message and prayer, board games and snacks. tf
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THE 4C'S SENIOR CITIZENS The 4C's Senior Citizens met January 22nd with 24 members and 2 guests present. Emmojean Sturdevant won the door prize and drew Shirley Dibble for the 50-50 event. Thanks are proffered to the local SHOP 'n SAVE store for the monthly donation of ice cream. The meeting of February 12th will feature a show and tell program with members bringing items of interest. The kitchen committee of the month consists of Don and Jean Taylor, Jack Shuler and Rita Tompkins. A trip to Cartwrights' Pancake House and syrup operation is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, March 12th with intent of superseding the regular meeting of that date. That and whether members will pay for the meals according to club budget will be announced. -Don & Becky Cady f
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL LUNCH MENU January 30, 2013 - January 31, 2013 Wed. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Lettuce & Tomato, Baked Beans, Fruit. Thurs. Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Green Beans, Fruit. 2012-2013 Bolivar-Richburg Breakfast Menu Available at the Elementary School: Mon.- Cinni Minnis, Breakfast Bar or Cereal Bar; Tues.- Breakfast Sandwich; Wed.- Mini Pancakes or Waffles; Thurs.- Cinnamon Rolls; Fri.- French Toast Sticks with Sausage. Also available daily: Bagel with Cream Cheese, Cereal and Toast, Assorted Juice, Assorted Fresh and Canned Fruit, Assorted Milk. Available at the High School: Assorted Entrees offered daily may include: Toast and Cereal, Breakfast Sandwiches, Breakfast Wraps, Breakfast Bars, Yogurt, Tastries, Cinni Minnis, Breakfast Pizza, Mini Pancakes, Mini Waffles, Bagel with Cream Cheese. Cinnamon Rolls: Thursdays Only. Side Dishes: Assorted Juice, Assorted Fresh and Canned Fruit, Assorted Milk. * Breakfast Menu subject to change due to food availability. Breakfast Meal Price is $1.25. Reduced Meal Price is 25¢. *Free and reduced applications available in the cafeteria or on-line. Lunch Prices: Full Price $1.65. Reduced 25¢. You must have your card with you to purchase any food in the cafeteria. Items served daily: Milk- Choice of 1% or skim white milk, fat free flavored chocolate or strawberry. Fruits- Assorted Fresh and Canned. 100% Fruit Juice. High School Grab and Go Menu: Mon.- Cheese Pizza, Salad, Yogurt; Tues.- Assorted Wraps, PBJ Sandwich, Salad, Yogurt; Wed.- Hamburger, Salad, Yogurt; Thurs.- Assorted Wraps, PBJ Sandwich, Salad, Yogurt; Fri.Cheese Pizza, Salad, Yogurt. Elementary Students: Mon.-Thurs. PBJ Sandwiches available. Mon.-Fri. Yogurt available. All bread and grain products are now at least 51% whole grain rich. WG=Whole Grain. All salads are a romaine lettuce and spinach blend. Lunch Offer Vs. Serve: We offer all students five menu items. Students must take a minimum of three items; with one of them being either a fruit or vegetable. Students may take 4 or 5 components: Fruit, protein, milk, grain and vegetable. Full price meals will be charged whether or not the student takes 3, 4, or 5 components. The purpose is to reduce waste, but we encourage our students to take all five components because of nutritional benefits. *Lunch Menu subject to change without notice. f
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The PORTVILLE COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY, located at the First Presbyterian Church, 19 N. Main St., Portville, is a volunteer organization of the Portville Community. It is a supplemental and emergency food pantry seeking to serve the residents of the Portville School district. Anyone who receives assistance (food stamps, welfare, Social Security, etc.) and resides in the Portville School District is eligible to receive food from the Portville Community Food Pantry. The food pantry is open the fourth Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 5 to 6:30 p.m. tf WEST CLARKSVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 9003 Daggott Hollow West Clarksville, NY Rev. Les Chambers 585-209-8006 Early Service........8:30-9:30am Sunday School. . . .9:45-10:30am Morning Worship .......10:45am Wed. Prayer Service..........7pm SHINGLEHOUSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Russell Horning Sunday School..............9:15am Morning Worship........10:30am Wednesday Service: BYF (ages 9-12).......3:30pm Choir Practice..........6:15pm Bible Study & Prayer Meeting.........7:30pm NOTE: Wheelchair, access ramp and nursery provided. HERITAGE AFLAME MINISTRIES 585-928-2648 ext. 2 198 Salt Rising Rd., Bolivar, NY 14715 Sunday Morning Services ....................10:00am at The Chapel, 647 S. Union St., Olean, NY Morning Services........10:00am Sunday Night Chapel on the Hill. . . . .6:00pm Wed. Prayer..................6:00pm at The Chapel. Wed. D2D......................6:30pm at The Ministry Center.
ALLEGANY COUNTY HOME BUREAU The Allegany County Home Bureau meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 10:00 a.m. at the Bolivar United Methodist Church, Friendship St., Bolivar, NY. Must be 18 years of age to join. Contact: Pat Lucas, 716-933-6366 or firstname.lastname@example.org f IF YOU ARE A VICTIM of sexual assault or any other type of crime, help is available. You can contact the 24-hour toll free hotline at 1-888-945-3970. tf
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SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 419 Trapping Brook Road Wellsville, NY 14895 585-593-1637 620 West Sullivan Street Olean, NY 14760 716-372-0693 101 Front Ave. Salamanca, NY 14779 716-945-2421 Pastor: Bill McNeil Randolph Church Washington St., 14772 Phone 716-358-3681 Pastor: Bill McNeil Saturday Morning Worship & Sabbath School Call: Pastor Bill McNeil for times..............716-372-8133 BOLIVAR UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 80 Friendship St., Bolivar 585-928-2224 Pastor: Geri Rapino 585-208-8484 Sun. School (adult). .9:30-11am Sunday Worship.........11:05am Contemporary Service Every Sunday..........................6:30pm COME, SHARE, REJOICE! Celebrate God’s Grace, Witness For Jesus Christ. KOSSUTH COMMUNITY CHAPEL (Mennonite) Bolivar, NY•585-928-1452 Pastor: Marlin Miller Assoc. Pastor: Russell Zimmerman Morning Worship..........9:30am Sunday School............10:45am Bible Study and Prayer 2nd & 4th Wednesday. . . .7pm Evening Service, Last Sunday of month........................7:00pm BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (ELCA) 79 Brooklyn Street Portville, NY Pastor Ivy Gauvin Sunday Worship...........9:00am Sunday School............10:30am ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Vickie Hedlund Route 417 Sunday Morn. Worship. . .10am Sunday School Classes, for all school-age children.....10:00am Nursery care avail. infants-3 During church services. . .10am A warm welcome is extended to all to come and worship our Risen Lord with us! SHINGLEHOUSE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lincoln & Church Sts. Pastor: Rebecca Edwards Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship........11:00am Thurs. Choir Practice...7:00pm An Access ramp and nursery care provided. *** HAINES TRUCK CAPS: Fiberglass & aluminum. Tonneau covers & bedliners. Route 417 and 219, Kill Buck, NY, 716-945-5359. 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Recently, the committee’s efforts - which have ranged from employee health fairs to healthier options on the cafeteria menu - were rewarded when JMH was presented with Gold Recognition by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA). “What a wonderful validation of the work that the Wellness Committee has done,” said CEO Eva Benedict. “Our employees are at the heart of everything we do here at JMH and their health is vital to our mission.” According to Brenda Szabo, VP of Diagnostics and Rehab and the Wellness Committee Facilitator, the gold designation is given to organizations that have successfully built comprehensive worksite wellness initiatives and are demonstrating and documenting outcomes. “The wellness efforts at Jones have included participation in Wegmans’ 8Week Eat Well, Live Well program and Weight Watchers at Work,” she said, noting that stress management sessions, chair massages, tobacco use intervention, workstation ergonomics, and the Create Your Weight program by Sodexho have also been sponsored by the Wellness Committee. But perhaps one of the best examples of the difference the Wellness Committee has made to staff members is Julie Lehman, a four-year member of the Environmental Services Department. The first Employee Health Fair was held shortly after Julie started working at the hospital. Because it was conveniently located in the hospital’s Walchli Room, Julie decided to take advantage of the opportunity and had her blood pressure, cholesterol and glucose levels checked. The results showed that all three were high and Julie was at risk of a heart attack, stroke and diabetes. She was then given something she hadn’t had in years: an appointment with a healthcare provider and a review to see if she was eligible for medical insurance. Now, nearly four years later, Julie has lost 20 pounds and gotten her blood pressure under control. She exercises regularly and eats a healthier diet. She joined the Eat Well Live Well program which required walking and taking the stairs as well as eating more fruits and vegetables. Recently, she was referred to the Wellsville Lions Club Diabetes Center at JMH to help her manage her diabetes risk. “I feel so much better,” she said. “I’ve had high blood pressure for years and having someone to talk to about it and help me take care of it has been a great benefit.” She encourages her co-workers to participate in the Wellness Committee’s activities as well. “Julie is such a success story,” said Brenda Robarts, Employee Health Nurse at JMH. “She was identified as someone at risk during our first health fair and she has worked very hard to take care of herself and improve her numbers.” Julie’s success is exactly the result that the Wellness Committee was hoping for when it formed four years ago and the reason it continues to identify ways to help employees improve their health.
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Most recently the Wellness Committee has developed a walking trail on the first floor of the hospital. This trail also includes seven “Stretching Stations” located along the route, which was designed so that an employee can complete a onemile circuit during their 15-minute break. “The route incorporates cardiovascular stair climbing into the one-third mile walking loop,” explained Ms. Szabo. Julie is excited to try out the walking trail and is planning on making the walk part of her lunchtime routine. There are four levels of distinction in the Well Workplace Awards: bronze, silver, gold, and platinum. Each application is graded according to how these seven benchmarks are met: Capturing CEO Support, Creating Cohesive Wellness Teams, Collecting Data to Drive Health Efforts, Crafting an Operating Plan, Choosing Appropriate Interventions, Creating a Supportive Environment, and Consistently Evaluating Outcomes. JMH received 175.35 points out of a possible 180. “We are going for the platinum next year,” said Ms. Szabo. A multidisciplinary group, current members of the JMH Wellness Committee include Elaine Austin of the Laboratory; Cory Burge, Jason Reynolds, and Kristi Williams of Nutrition Services; Judy Burt, Community Relations; Mona Carbone, RN, Emergency Room; Cherrie Macafee, Quality Assurance; Mary Morse, Infection Control; Brenda Robarts, Employee Health; Brenda Sobeck, Human Resources; Brenda Szabo and Cathy Talbett, Rehab; and Carrie Walker, Medical Imaging. f
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FLU OUTBREAK MEANS MORE MASKED CARE GIVERS WELLSVILLE, NY (January 15, 2013) - This year’s flu outbreak is reaching record numbers of people. For the protection of patients, Jones Memorial Hospital is requiring all staff members, medical staff, volunteers and vendors providing services in any JMH facility to either have a flu shot or wear a mask at all times when in the hospital. “Since September, we have been offering staff the flu vaccine,” explained Brenda Robarts, Employee Health Nurse at JMH. “For the protection of our patients, all staff members who choose not to have a flu shot will be required to wear a
mask at all times - except for when they are in the cafeteria.” In addition, Jones Memorial will be enforcing visiting hours, which are 11 am to 8 pm. “We also ask that if you have a cough, cold or flu-like symptoms, please don’t visit,” Mrs. Robarts said, noting that visitors are limited to two per patient and must be over 14. The first step in preventing the spread of flu is immunization, but the second step is practicing universal precautions and respiratory etiquette. “Your hands may look clean, but they have germs on them that could make you or someone else sick,” noted Mary Morse, the Infection Prevention and Control nurse at JMH. It is important to wash your hands often with soap and hot water for at least 20 seconds. Carrying an alcohol-based hand rub (also called hand sanitizer) is also a great idea for when soap and water are not available. Because coughing and sneezing spreads flu germs to everyone around you, it is important to practice respiratory etiquette. “Never cough or sneeze into your bare hand,” Mrs. Morse said. “Use a tissue to avoid spreading germs to everything you touch and throw the tissue into the trash.” If you don’t have a tissue, cough or sneeze into the bend of your arm. It may feel strange at first, but soon it will come naturally. Most importantly, stay home if you think you have the flu. If you haven’t gotten a flu shot, it isn’t too late,” said Mrs. Robarts. “Talk to your healthcare provider.” f DIABETICS: Educational & Testing Services Provided By The Wellsville Lions Club Diabetes Center at Jones Memorial Hospital WELLSVILLE – The Wellsville Lions Club Jones Memorial Hospital Diabetes Center at Jones Memorial Hospital sponsors a monthly series of classes designed to assist diabetics in managing their condition. The classes – which are titled “Diabetes Management”, “Diabetes Complications” and “Connecting Food to Blood Glucose Levels” – are held at Jones Memorial Hospital and include a private, one-on-one session with a Certified Diabetic Nurse Educator. Most insurances cover part - if not all - of the cost of diabetes education sessions. For specific information, contact your insurance provider. Certified by the American Diabetes Association, the Wellsville Lions Club Diabetes Center also offers on-site testing, such as A1C, lipids, urine micro albumin, and a retinal camera. For more information, contact your healthcare provider or call the Diabetes Center at 585-596-5035.
THIS WINTER, WE’RE THINKING SUNSHINE! Celebrate The Fresh Air Fund’s 137th Summer Fresh Air summers are filled with children running barefoot through the grass, gazing at star-filled skies or swimming for the first time. Join host families in and around Central New York for our 137th summer and open your heart and home to a Fresh Air child! Each summer, over 4,000 innercity children visit suburban, rural and small town communities across 13 states from Virginia to Maine and Canada through The Fresh Air Fund’s Volunteer Host Family Program. “The Fresh Air Fund enriches everybody’s lives; you don’t have to entertain the child, just let him or her be a part of your life,” says Nikki, a Fresh Air host. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.7 million New York City children from low-income communities since 1877. Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from six to 18 years old, who live in New York City. Children on first-time visits are six to 12 years old and stay for one or two weeks. Children who are reinvited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips. Over 65 percent of all children are reinvited to stay with their host families, year after year. For more information on hosting a Fresh Air child this summer, please contact Anne Beasley at 315-676-5796 or The Fresh Air Fund at 800-367-0003. You can also visit The Fresh Air Fund online at www.freshair.org.
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NEWS FROM UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH BRADFORD Bradford, PA (01/22/2013)(readMedia)- The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has named 267 students to its fall Dean’s list. Dean’s list status is awarded to full-time students who have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Among those named to the Dean’s list were Joshua K. Kausner, a senior Sports Medicine major from Portville, NY. Anthony M. Miller, a freshman Environmental Studies major from Shinglehouse, PA. Alexandra Mitchell, a senior Social Sciences major from Shinglehouse, PA. The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, founded in 1963, is a safe, friendly institution for students who want to earn a world-renowned degree in a personalized environment. For more information, visit www.upb.pitt.edu. fb ANGLICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 29 South St. at Stone St., Cuba, NY Services as announced. BELIEVERS CHAPEL 2522 West Five Mile Rd., Allegany, NY•716-397-8016 Sunday Worship ....................9:00am & 11:00am
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DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Rd. Duke Center, Pa Rev.: Gary Sheesley Church Phone: 814-966-3922 SUNDAY Sunday School..............8:45am Worship Service...............10am Communion Sunday ................. 1st Sun. of month LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST CHURCH 1300 Prentisvale Road Rte. 346, Duke Center, PA Pastor Beth Rosler 814-966-3998 Sunday Morning Worship....................10:00am
MEAL MENU FOR THE LOCAL MCKEAN COUNTY SENIOR CENTERS Eldred Senior Center, Smethport Senior Center, Port Allegany Senior Center and Mt. Jewett Senior Center Please join your local senior centers for good meals, helpful programs, information, blood pressure and blood sugar screening, weekly music. Meals are provided daily for seniors 60 years of age. Please call a day ahead to order your lunch. Feb. 4 - Monday: Baked Ham, Mashed Sweet Potato, Diced Harvard Beets, Sunberry Round Feb. 5 - Tuesday: Spaghetti & Meatballs, Italian Bread, Tossed Salad, Cake with Frosting Feb. 6 - Wednesday: BBQ Chicken Breast, Corn, Macaroni Salad, Mandarin Oranges Feb. 7 - Thursday: Green Pepper Steak with Sauce, Calico Rice, Tossed salad, Sherbet Feb. 8 - Friday: Chicken Salad, Tomato Slices, Lettuce on Wheat Bread, Pickled Beets, Fresh Orange *Special Holiday meal needs to be ordered one week in advance. f Quote: A friend can tell you things you don’t want to tell yourself. —Frances Ward Weller ***
WINTER GARDENING IDEAS By CCE Master Gardener Lyn Chimera and Community Educator Colleen Cavagna I’m sitting here writing this with the doors and windows open. It feels like spring, but I am sure we know better! This January thaw was perfect for getting some last minute chores done in the garden. I spent some time spreading the conifer branches I had been gathering from discarded trees. There are a few other things you might want to check on now that the snow is not three feet deep: •Check any deer or rabbit barriers you have up. We discovered a few places that needed some staple gun repair. •If you haven’t gotten any deer or rabbit fencing and you have problems with these critters, it’s not too late to put something up. •In my experience the heavy weight deer mesh is more resilient. It’s more expensive, but our deer have learned to push through the lighter weight mesh, much to my dismay. •This is the season for garden and plant catalogues. They are a wealth of information about the growing needs of plants. If you are thinking of adding any plants, trees or shrubs check them out in the catalogues and see if they meet the growing conditions you have. •We have such wonderful nurseries in the area that most of the plants you see in catalogues are available locally, at reasonable prices and no shipping charge! If there is an unusual plant you’d like, check with your local nursery to see if they will be carrying it. •This is a great time to plot out on paper this year‚Äôs flower and vegetable gardens. Be sure to look at previous years plans so you make you are you are rotating your crops. This reduces the severity of pests and disease problems. •If you are going to order seeds, you should get your orders in soon so they arrive in plenty of time to start them early in your house. Don’t forget to get outside and just enjoy the beauty of our stark winter landscape. While gardeners love green growing plants, winter has its wonders too. If you miss seeing green during this time of year, take a walk near a stream and you may find mints and touch-me-nots as well as ferns still growing on the edges of the water or banks. It can be quite a contrast from the white and gray landscape. The tenacity of our local plants can be truly breathtaking. fb
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ALLEGANY, NY- Eric Earl Wilber, of 4520 Five Mile Road, died unexpectedly at home Wednesday (January 16, 2013). WEST CLARKSVILLE, NY- Nettie S. Geist, 83, of 8561 Stewart Road, town of West Clarksville, and formerly of Farmersville Station and Bald Eagle, Pa., passed away Tuesday (Jan. 15, 2013) at the Absolut at Houghton with her family at her side after a lengthy illness. COUDERSPORT, PA- Stephen E. “Steve” Dynda, 73, of Maple Lane, passed away Thursday (Jan. 17, 2013) in Sweden Valley Manor, Coudersport. MELBOURNE, FL- Jane Rita Scanlan departed this life Monday, (Dec. 31, 2012) in Melbourne, after a heroic battle with cancer. ELDRED, PA- Anne M. (Schwab) Rogers, 50, formerly of Duke Center, passed away Sunday (Jan. 20, 2013) at the residence of her mother after a seven-year battle with cancer. SHINGLEHOUSE, PA- Patricia J. “Pat” Fuller, 72, of Shinglehouse, passed away on Thursday (January 24, 2013) in the Olean General Hospital, Olean, NY, after a short illness. ANGELICA, NY- L. Joseph Kenyon, 73, of 84 Mechanic St., passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family and friends, Monday (Jan. 21, 2013) at Jones Memorial Hospital, Wellsville. OLEAN, NY- Rita A. Larson, 90, of 113 S. Ninth St., Olean, passed away Wednesday (Jan. 23, 2013) at her son’s home after a brief illness. BELMONT, NY- Mary Elizabeth (Salis) Pasquale, 87, a long time resident of 31 Willard Street, Belmont, NY passed away peacefully on Wednesday (January 23, 2013) at the Wellsville Manor Care Center with her loving family at her side.
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* Carry on especially important items. Some items are simply to important to pack. A bride's wedding gown and the groom's tuxedo fall into this category. Unfortunately, checked bags can get lost, and no bride or groom wants to arrive at their destination without their gown or tux. An airline may provide brides with a garment bag to store the wedding gown, and the gown and tux can likely be hung in the plane's closet without fear of other passengers putting items on top of them. In addition to the wedding day attire, don't store items like the wedding rings or family heirlooms in a checked bag. Carry these items in a purse or securely store them in a carry-on bag. * Consider mailing welcome packages after you return home. Welcome packages are nice gestures that show your guests just how much you appreciate their being there for your big day.
However, when having a destination wedding, couples may discover that their premade welcome packages are too bulky or just too numerous to easily fit into luggage. Instead of taking these to your destination, mail them to your guests after you return home. The packages might not be there to welcome guests, but the sentiment is still the same and guests will appreciate the gesture just the same. If you plan to go this route, talk to the hotel in advance to see if they can help you put together a smaller package so guests are
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AREA RESIDENTS NAMED TO ALFRED STATE'S FALL 2012 DEAN'S LIST Alfred, NY (01/18/2013). Dr. Stephen J. Havlovic, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Alfred State, has announced the Dean's List of students for the fall 2012 semester. The following were among the over 500 students from Alfred State who made the fall Dean's List: Adam Austin a resident of Bolivar, NY - Mechanical Engineering Tech, Anthony Emery a resident of Bolivar, NY - Heavy Equipment Operations, Nelson Freeman a resident of Bolivar, NY - Drafting/CAD, Ashley Hanchett a resident of Bolivar, NY - Forensic Science Technology, LeeAnn Hoernig a resident of Bolivar, NY - Digital Media and Animation, Allyson Bretzin a resident of Portville, NY - Undeclared Major, Michelle Cobado a resident of Shinglehouse, PA - Drafting/CAD f When science discovers the center of the universe, a lot of people will be disappointed to find they are not it. -Bernard Baily
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Wedding receptions run the gamut from small, intimate gatherings in a restaurant to large spectacles featuring hundreds of guests inside a banquet hall. At the heart of any wedding reception is the desire to present a memorable party for all in attendance. That being said, there are some steps couples can take to add extra indulgence to wedding receptions and really set them apart from the mundane. With the average cost
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* Butler-passed hors d'oeuvres: During the cocktail hour guests are mingling and taking advantage of the opportunity to engage in conversation. This may be the last real opportunity to chat amongst one another before the volume of the band or deejay drowns out discussions. Rather than disrupt the flow of conversation to make a trip to the food stations, choose butlerpassed hors d'oeuvres to bring food right to the guests. It lends a feeling of indulgence and is also a convenient way to keep guests satiated. * Valet parking: Most wedding venues provide on-site valet parking. However, if you're using a restaurant or banquet hall that does not provide this service, you can hire a valet company to do the parking for guests. While you will be whisked to and fro in the back of a limousine, guests will have to do their own driving. Being able to exit the car right in front of the venue and not worry about finding a parking space will be convenient for guests. * Emergency toiletries baskets: Rather than spending money on an extra floral arrangement for the men's and women's restrooms, purchase items that can be grouped into a handy basket. For women, include items such as extra pairs of stockings, spray deodorant, sanitary items, and sewing kits. For men, mints or mouthwash, dental floss, cologne, and stain removal pens may come in handy. In the event that a minor mishap occurs during the wedding, guests will have items at their disposal to remedy it. * Specialty courses: In addition to the cocktail hour and the main meal, you may be able to arrange specialty stations for guests with particular palates or interests. Some couples like to have a cigar smoking area or you can offer specialty cocktails. When ethnic customs are included in a wedding, menu items can be geared around native dishes. Candy and dessert bars are also popular to have at weddings, particularly if children
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are invited. A flambe dessert presentation is both a spectacle and a treat. * Overnight accommodations: For the wedding that will run into the wee hours of the morning, offer guests a place to stay nearby to remove the hassle of driving home at a late hour. Some reception halls have arrangements with nearby hotels. For those that don't, negotiate a discounted rate for wedding guests. Many do and will set aside a block of rooms for your event with a discount code. You may want to treat guests who
seated away from the speakers. And of course, every attempt should be made to seat individuals who may have conflicts with others away from one another. * Birthday and anniversary mentions: You can notify the band or deejay of any guests in attendance who may be celebrating their own special events on your wedding day or in close proximity. There are many extra touches you can take as a couple to make guests feel welcomed and important at your wedding.
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for food in New York state by allowing those who purchase fish from a licensed hatchery, such as fish markets, to resell the fish in New York. Only licensed hatchery operators can sell black bass in the state. Hatchery-reared smallmouth bass and largemouth bass may still be sold for stocking purposes, as presently provided for, but smallmouth bass may not be sold for food purposes. “The regulations will make it easier for aquaculturists and fish markets within and outside the state to sell hatchery-reared largemouth bass for food, while continuing to protect wild bass populations that are the foundation of our popular and economically important bass fisheries,” said DEC Commissioner Martens. “New York provides excellent fishing opportunities for largemouth bass and smallmouth bass. DEC recognized the need to include measures in the regulations to safeguard the state’s black bass sport fishery.” DEC and the New York Farm Bureau to establish procedures requiring adequate record keeping to ensure that black bass being sold commercially originate from licensed aquaculture operations and not from wild sources. Aquaculturists were supportive of the regulations which do not provide for the sale of smallmouth bass for food purposes, a measure that was the subject of a number of comments DEC received from bass fishing enthusiasts. The adopted regulations address sale of bass for human consumption including labeling largemouth bass containers used for transportation, retaining purchase and sale records by distributors, and requiring that largemouth bass being sold live in retail markets must be killed before being transferred to retail customers. Largemouth and smallmouth bass being sold for stocking into waters within the state must come from sources that have been inspected for, and found free of, harmful fish pathogens - a requirement that has been in effect since 2006. f
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DEC ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO COMMERCIAL BLACK BASS REGULATIONS Regulations for hatchery-reared smallmouth bass and largemouth bass (collectively, black bass), were adopted, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joe Martens announced today. The new regulations will ease the process for hatchery-raised largemouth bass to be sold
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The Red Cross offers the following safety tips on how to prevent fires: •Have wood and coal stoves, fireplaces, chimneys and furnaces professionally inspected once a year. •Never use a stove or oven to heat the home. •Never leave portable heaters or fireplaces unattended. •Turn off space heaters or extinguish the fireplace before going to bed or leaving home. •Place a space heater on a hard, level, nonflammable surface. Do not put space heaters on rugs or carpets, near bedding or drapes, and keep children and pets away. Look for a space heater model that shuts off automatically if the heater falls over. •When using a fireplace, use a glass or metal screen large enough to catch sparks or rolling logs and keep the fire in the fireplace. •Keep all flammable materials such as newspapers, matches, bedding, clothing, carpets and rugs at least three feet away from heat sources such as space heaters, fireplaces and stoves. Smoke alarms save lives. People should: •Install smoke alarms on every level of their home, inside bedrooms and outside sleeping areas. •Check monthly that smoke alarms are working properly by pushing the test button. •Replace batteries in smoke alarms at least once a year. •Replace smoke alarms every ten years. •Planning for fire emergencies is important. Make sure all household members know two ways to escape from every room of the home, and set up a meeting place outside in case of fire. Practice escaping from the home at least twice a year and at different times of the day. Teach household members to stop, drop and roll if their clothing should catch on fire. Visit the “Home Fires” section on www.redcross.org/swny The American Red Cross of Southwestern NY is a United Way Organization. f RED CROSS SAFETY TIPS FOR COLD AND SNOWY WEATHER With cold temperatures and snow expected over the next week, the American Red Cross of Southwestern NY urges residents to get prepared. Exposure to cold and snow can cause injury or serious illness such as frostbite or hypothermia, and as temperatures drop, people may resort to alternative heat sources, which can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning or fires. The Red Cross offers these tips to stay safe in the cold weather: • Use generators correctly - never operate a generator inside the home, including the basement or garage. Do not hook up a generator directly to the home’s wiring. The safest thing to do is to connect the equipment needed directly to the outlets on the generator. • Prevent frozen pipes - when the weather is very cold outside, open cabinet doors to let warm air circulate around water pipes. Let the cold water drip from the faucet served by exposed pipes. • Don’t forget family pets - bring them indoors. If that’s not possible, provide adequate shelter to keep them warm and make sure they can get to unfrozen water. • Avoid using a stove or oven to heat the home. Keep a glass or metal fire screen around the fireplace and never leave a fireplace fire unattended. • If using a space heater, place it on a level, hard, nonflammable surface. Turn the space heater off when leaving the room or going to sleep. Keep children and pets away from the space heater and do not use it to dry wet clothing. When traveling in the winter: • Carry an emergency preparedness kit in the trunk. • Keep the car’s gas tank full for emergency use and to keep the fuel line from freezing. • If someone does get stuck, stay with the car. Do not try to walk to safety. • Start the car and use the heater for about 10 minutes every hour. Keep the exhaust pipe clear so fumes won’t back up in the car. • Leave the overhead light on when the engine is running to help rescuers see the vehicle. • Keep one window away from the blowing wind slightly open to let in air. If you have to go outside: • Dressing in several layers of lightweight clothing keeps someone warmer than a single heavy coat. • Mittens provide more warmth to the hands than gloves. Wear a hat, preferably one that covers the ears. • Wear waterproof, insulated boots to keep feet warm and dry and to maintain one’s footing in ice and snow. For more safety tips visit www.redcross.org/swny. fb MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP and earn extra money at the same time when you use a reader ad in the Moneysaver Shopping Guide and Moneysaver Shopping News. Sort out, clean out and get rid of your extra items by delivering your message to the mailbox of over 13,500 homes in the Moneysaver circulation area!
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