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By Tresa Erickson While some couples go all out and invite everyone they know to their wedding, others opt for a smaller, more intimate affair. Although they can be less costly, small weddings are not always easy to pull off. Whittling the guest list to a select few can be difficult and cause conflict among family members. If you would like to keep your wedding small, you need to be aware of the pitfalls and approach the initial planning with tact. You must decide first just how small you want your wedding to be-10 people, 20 to 40 people, 100 people? The smaller your guest list, the more lightly you will have to tread. There will be people who expect to be invited to your wedding and they will be hurt and angry when they do not receive an invitation. You can accommodate for this by having a

know of your decision, be tactful. Let them know that while you would have liked to invite everyone, you chose not to for personal, financial or other reasons. Reassure them that they are still very much a part of your life and thank them for everything they have done for you. In spite of your best efforts, some people will not understand why they were not invited. They will be hurt, angry and disappointed, so much so that they may refuse to attend your bridal shower or postwedding party. Try not to let it get to you. Give them time to cool off and focus on making your wedding the best that it can be. Choosing to have a small wedding is easy; implementing the idea, on the other hand, takes work. Be prepared and forge ahead with a smile on your face.

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By Tresa Erickson Your daughter just announced her engagement, and you’re thrilled. You’ve waited for this day forever and can’t wait to start planning the wedding. Whoa, Mom, take it easy! Remember, you are the mother of the bride, not the bride. Your daughter and future son-in-law may have their own ideas about how their wedding should be. While it is true that mothers of the bride once played a very prominent role in the wedding planning, arranging everything from the ceremony location to the hotel accommodations for guests, that is no longer the case today. More grooms are getting

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Divorce and economics are changing the rules. Gone are the days when only the father of the bride is expected to pick up the wedding tab. Families today are much more flexible. One bridal consultant, Peggy, estimates that about 70 percent of weddings are paid for from multiple sources. Depending upon the financial ability of everyone who wishes to be involved, you can divide the expenses in myriad ways. The important thing to remember is that you must have the details surrounding financial contributions ironed out before making commitments with wedding service suppliers. Even if it’s possible to cancel contracts without huge penalties, you don’t need the embarrassment or aggravation. Wedding planning is supposed to be fun. There may be a number of family members who would like to help you out financially. Work your way through the list of possibilities. Jan, another bridal consultant, suggests that you write down what is promised. When you get your finances lined up, use your planning notebook to record details of the discussions and money offers. If you’re really concerned about someone reneging later on, you may want to give this person a copy of your notes. On the other hand, if you’ve gotten a financial com-

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REAL & PERSONAL PROPERTY ESTATE of Wilbur G. Williams Sat., May 8, 10:01 AM (See sale order below) Open House: Sun., May 2, 1-3 PM; Early Bird Preview: Day of auction, 8:00 AM 26 Anderson Street, Mt. Jewett, PA Watch for Daniel A. Carter Auction Signs off Main St. REAL ESTATE • ANTIQUES • HOUSEHOLD • TOOLS • LINCOLN CAR We will be selling the real estate and personal property of the 94-year old estate of Wilbur G. Williams. Serving as the local Fish & Game Commissioner for nearly 50 yrs. Everything will be sold in one day - The Auction Way! Don’t miss out! REAL ESTATE - This Excellent 2 story, 4 Bdrm, home, has 2 full Baths, Kitchen, Laundry, Office & Lg. Front Living Room, Oak floors w/ lg. beautiful 2 story full Garage w/ workshop, Cement Driveway & Out Bldg. Assessed for $36,000 - Lot size approx. 60x150. This well kept home has not been exposed to the market in years!! Opening bid of $10,000.00 - Buyer must sign a noncontingent (as is) Contract and be ready to close 30 days from Auction Date. A $2,000.00 deposit on Real Estate required in cash or certified check (Cashiers Ck. made out to yourself). A buyer’s premium of 10% will be added to the high bid amount of selling price. - For more info call our office: 716-372-2059. AUTOMOBILE - 2001 Lincoln Signature Series Town Car, Loaded w/ all the toys, Sunroof, Leather heated seats, 80,000 orig. 1 owner miles, Vin# 1LNHM82WX1Y649987, Super Clean, Sharp Car, Stored inside garage, Wilbur’s personal Estate Car. ESTATE CONTENTS - ANTIQUES - HOUSEHOLD - TOOLS - Unusual Rare Folk Art Grandfather Clock w/ unusual inlaid (one of a kind); Lg. early plantation secretary; Early cherry drop banquet table; Beautiful oak 2 pc. kitchen cupboard (very unique); Unusual Oak Youth Bed; Oak dble. door Chifforobe w/ mirror; Oak commode w/ inlaid; Unusual Folk Art Sewing Chest w/ inlaid; Quilts; Old Books; Lg. German Cuckoo Clock; Salesman sample Lane Cedar Chest; Pottery; Baskets; Lamps; Child’s stove; Elk hoof Ash Tray; Shaving Mugs; Mahg. Sleigh bed; Glass Baskets; Hobnail Milk glass; Old cameras; Old dishes; Vanity w/ mirror; Sgnd. Hitchcock chairs; Trestle Table; Misc. Coins; Early Empire Chest Drawers; Oak Lighted Curios; Zippo Lighters; Zippo D-Day Normandy Set; Sev. Wildlife Statues; Limited Edition Wildlife plates; Danish Walnut furniture; Lamps; Several large Color TV’s; Bedding; Beds; Dressers; Kenmore Chest Freezer - like new; G.E. Gas Dryer; Metal Shelving; Gun/ Hunting Supplies; Leather recliner; Sofas; Recliners; Picture/ Frames; Kitchenware items; 3 Matching Oak Gun Cabinets; Limited Edition Prints; Game Commissioners Uniform; Holsters; Fish Creel; Fish Poles; Lots of old traps; Fur Stretchers; Glass Minnow trap; Vintage Trunks; Quantity good dry lumber. TOOLS - New GX390 Honda 13.0 generator; Lawn Boy push mower; Alum. step/ ext. ladders; 13” Auto Planer; Craftsman air compressor; Craftsman table saw; Chop saw; Oak work bench; Craftsman Radial Arm Saw; Craftsman Drill Press; Bench grinder; Quality hand tools; Porta - space heater; Rope; Chains; Scrap Copper metals; Lots of misc. / Box Lots - Last minute discoveries. AUCTION TERMS - Cash/ Ck. / Credit Cards - Premium Sale - Removal Sale Day only. All sales are final - not responsible for damage - theft. SALE ORDER - 10:01 Smalls / 11:30 Car / 12:00 Real Estate / Approx. 4 hr. Sale. Comfort Facilities On Site. Complete Luncheon Available.

GOOD SHEPHERD (Anglican) 29 South Street, (corner of Stone) Cuba, NY 14727 The Rev. Dr. Kenneth W. Gunn-Walberg Sundays........................3:30pm Evening Prayer and Holy Communion using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Followed by coffee hour. For info., call 716-968-2393. Visitors most welcome. SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Pastor James Haddon Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Tues. Alliance Youth . . .7:00pm Wed. Prayer Meeting.. .7:00pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 19 N. Main St., Portville, NY Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am HOUSE OF PRAYER South Bolivar Road Pastor: Roy Elliot Sunday Service............1:30pm Prayer Meeting Wed.........7pm Everyone Welcome BETHEL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCA) 79 Brooklyn Street Portville, NY Rev. Paula Roulette Sunday Worship...........9:00am Sunday School............10:30am ST MARY’S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 111 Wellsville St., Bolivar, NY 585-928-1024 Parish Administrator: Deacon Frank Pasquale Sacramental Priest: Msgr. Vincent Becker Sunday Mass................9:00am Weekday Mass Mon..........................11:30am First Fri. of Ea. Month. . . . .7pm (followed by benediction) Reconciliation: First & Third Sunday.........................8:30am

Allegany County Real Property Tax Auction
May 1, 2010- 9:30 a.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Genesee Valley Central School, 1 Jaguar Drive, Belmont, NY
Auction catalogs are available for $15 at these locations: Allegany County Treasurer’s Office Allegany County Real Property Tax Department Wellsville Town Clerk Allegany County Summit Auction and Realty LLC Treasurer Sandy Dennison, Terri L. Ross Broker/Auctioneer 7 Court Street, Belmont 607.382.7387 585.268.9289 Terms and conditions available online
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
OSWAYO VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT MENU April 28 - April 30, 2010 Wed. Breakfast: Yogurt and Toast. Lunch: Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, Garlic Breadsticks, Apricot. Thurs. Breakfast: Donuts. Lunch: Beef and Cheese Burrito, Spanish Rice, Pears, Green Beans. Fri. Breakfast: OV Ham or GW Sausage Muffin. Lunch: Pepperoni Pizza, Lettuce and Dressing, Pudding, Mixed Fruit. Lunch Alternatives: Salad Bar or Soup and Sandwich. Mon.- Peanut Butter and Jelly, Vegetable Soup. Tues.- Tuna, Tomato Soup. Wed.- Peanut Butter and Jelly, Chicken Noodle Soup. Thurs.- Cold Cuts, Vegetable Soup. Fri.Cook’s Choice, Tomato Soup. All Breakfasts and Lunches are served with milk. All Menus Are Subject To Change.




MYRTLE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1127 Route 44 Shinglehouse, PA 814-697-7101 Pastor: Bob Hubbard Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Sun. Eve. Service.........6:30pm Wed. Eve. Service. . . . . . . .6:30pm BELL RUN UNION CHURCH 904 Taylor Brook Road Pastor Chad Shaffer Shinglehouse•814-697-6972 Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship.......10:30am Sun. Eve. Service.........7:00pm Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Meeting........7:00pm ALMA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Clara Wilder Sun. Morn. Worship .......11am Sun. Eve. Children...........6pm Teens..........................7pm Wed. Adult Bible Study. . . .7pm FIRST SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF GENESEE 8265 Main Street Little Genesee 14754 Church: 585-928-1857 Office: 607-587-8436 Pastor: Kevin Palmiter Sabbath (Saturday) Fellowship.................9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . . . .9:45am Morning Praise & Worship. . ....................................10:45am Bible Study (Tuesday). . .7pm First Sabbath of each month: Fellowship meal after Worship. *******

COLLECTING- By Larry Cox Q: I have a ceramic black bird that is hollow and was among my grandmother’s kitchen items. Any idea of what it was used for? -- Susan, Sun City, Ariz. A: You have a pie bird. Originally introduced during the Victorian era, pie birds were placed in the center of pies to vent steam while baking. Although the market has been flooded with reproductions, authentic pie birds often sell for a great deal of dough. Pie birds that were given away as advertising premiums are especially desirable. ***

2383 West 5 Mile Road, Allegany, NY 14706 • Lic. #AU-003527-L
POOL SALE- All or parts of a 12x20 Kayak pool, ladders, pumps, filters, chemicals, etc. 814-642-9567. 2/20p ——————————————————————————————— PORTVILLE STORAGE Good selection of room sizes available at affordable rates. Call 814-225-4611 or 585-307-1044. 4/13p ——————————————————————————————— SECTION 8 APPROVED / BELMONT: Beautifully renovated 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with new windows, vinyl siding and new roof. Come see the new kitchen and huuuge back deck. $775/ month plus utilities and security. WOTB. Call Cornerstone 607936-1945. See our complete listings at c SECTION 8 APPROVED / BOLIVAR: Nice 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home with many updates and a decent size lot. $825/month plus utilities and security. WOTB. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at c FREE USDA FOOD DISTRIBUTION! Saturday, May 1, 2010 starting at 10am (until gone). Food provided by Food Link, Rochester, NY. Transportation provided by Heritage AFlame Ministries. Please call to reserve your space. For residents in the towns of Bolivar, Friendship, Clarksville, Wirt, Alma and Genesee. Join us between 10am12pm for a tour of the newly opened Bolivar ACCESS Center! For more information, Bolivar ACCESS Center, 71 Boss Street, Bolivar, NY 14715. 585-928-1471 ext. 1401. f CERES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor: Daniel Grimes Worship Service...........9:30am Sunday School............11:00am Choir, Wednesday........6:00pm Youth, Sunday..............6:00pm KAHAL ELOHIM YISRAEL 76 S. Main St., Wellsville (congregation of the God of Israel) Wednesdays: Midrash (study). . . . . . . .7:00pm Saturdays: Sabbath Meeting.....10:30am Food Pantry...................5-7pm
Donations of cash or food accepted.

Sat., May 1ST-10:30am
Held At Mason Facility, Rte. 19, Fillmore, NY 14735
We have moved a great collection from one couple into our facility for public auction. Located on Rte. 19 between Hume and Fillmore. Watch for R.G. MASON AUCTION arrows. FURNITURE: Oak dresser; oak dresser with high mirror; oak glass door cabinet; Tall antique cylinder roll desk; numerous side chairs including Shaker 1800’s chairs; rocking chairs; 9 spindle brace back Windsor rush seat; carved Victorian side tables with marble tops; wicker baby bassinet over 100 years old; stenciled pie cooling rack; large glass front cabinet; washstands; commodes; Larkin’s and a folding Larkin surveyor’s desk; various side tables and chairs; claw & ball tables; special McKechnie table made by James McKechnie that had the McKechnie Brewery in Canadaigua, NY from 1840-1950. CLOCKS: Long drop; short drop; school house; galley; Cherry; Banjo; Time clock; Mantle clocks; Seth Thomas; Westminster; Atkins; Waterbury; Neon Clocks; (Aztec) Grandmother clock. ORIENTAL RUGS: Various sizes, shapes, and colors. PICTURES: Oil paintings, engravings, prints etc., large variety. POTTERY & STONEWARE: Butter churn marked Burger with blue flower; Burger crock with blue design; other stoneware crocks and jugs with blue designs and numerous batter jugs and crocks; Majolica urns; spongeware. ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE TOYS: Thimble Drome race cars; trains; trucks; pedal cars; pedal airplane; Bicycles and tricycles; marble collection etc.; Vintage tricycle collection, Skippy etc.; vintage bicycles, Lionel trains and accessories. COLLECTIBLES: postcards; books; button collection; figurines; tin toys; Marx trucks; Marx ‘worm’ train, new in box; mechanical toys; battery operated toys; Neon clocks; automobilia and related gas collectibles. Chalkware, Orientalia (including figurines, snuff bottles, etc.), vintage dog statue collection; handmade wheel barrow with removable sides; stained glass window, boxing ring bell from Chicago Stadium, circa 1930s. GUNS: Vintage rifles and shotguns, including 1860’s Mule Ear black powder gun made in Geneva, NY, very rare gun. ORIENTALIA: Many statues and oriental dishes etc.; Szechwan collectibles, all vintage, not new; carved wood statues with ivory teeth; Majolica Foo Dogs; hand painted eggs in original silk and wood boxes; soapstone carvings, jade carving. ADVERTISING: Miller Lite 4X8 tin sign, 1940’s; gas signs; tobacco thermometers; cigarette advertising signs; beer signs including neon lights; Automobilia. MISC: Model T gas powered parade car, spoke wheels, vintage; vintage RCA TV and radio tubes; birdhouse (large), off merry-go-round with copper roof; tin flour bin; vintage chain fall (coffin), and much more. This is an auction you won’t want to miss. Many original, rare and hard to find items. Avid collectors. Call for info: 585-567-8844 web site TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK WITH PROPER ID.

RICHBURG FIRST DAY BAPTIST CHURCH 128 Main St., Box 242 Pastor: Larry J. Allen Early Worship..............9:00am Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Wednesday Prayer Mtg. . . .7pm Thursday LIFE Adventure Club for boys & girls in 1-8 grades. For more info. and spiritual counsel, phone 585928-2400. BELIEVERS CHAPEL 2522 West Five Mile Rd., Allegany, NY•716-397-8016 Sunday Worship.........10:00am

R.G. Mason Auctions
Fillmore, NY • 585-567-8844 *Since 1977


Large Estate Auction
Saturday, May 1st - 10:07 a.m.
Carmen A. Booth Estate • 45 Temple St., Portville, New York Selling will be complete contents of the Carmen A. Booth Estate - Formerly Doc. Hackett Estate. This Grand 2 story Mansion will have yrs. of discoveries to unveil to the public on Sat., May 1st at 10:07 sharp. Early bird preview is Saturday 8:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. Watch for Daniel A. Carter Auction signs off Main Street.
FROM THE PARLOR/DINING ROOM- Fancy Vic. walnut medallion settee; Empire Crotch mahogany sofa w/ribbon design; Empire mahog. 2 dr. stand; oriental room size carpets; sgnd. oil paintings; Vic. enameled biscuit Jar; Vic. cranberry bride’s basket; fine green stemware w/bird etching (elegant); Mount Washington S/P shakers; lg. set ruby dishes; 10 pc. mahogany dining room suite; early Majolica console bowl; unique mahog. barrel server; cut glass; hand painted china; lg. early silver covered platter; linens; doilies; lg. O.G. mahogany mirror; cranberry coin dot vase; Bristol vases; Weller fruit bowl; BOOKS INCLD: Mark Twain, Works of Mary Roberts Rinehardt, Kiplings works, Diary of Samuel Pepys, O Henry, Black Beauty, Scarlett Letter, Life of Sir William Osler (Harvey Cushing), Heisey glass; Vic. 3-pc. Girandell set; French Bisque figurines; French musical brass birdcage (rare); Flint glass; whale oil lamps; end of day glass; Nippon urn; early cherry tilt table; rare-Mother of pearl tilt-top table; several carved Vic. rockers/parlor chairs; Vic. needlepoint chairs; chestnut dropleaf Empire banquet table; fancy carved figural silver tea set; banquet lamps; sgnd. watercolor A. Kabyle; oak Larkin sewing chest; sewing materials; lg. Tole H.P. tray; Mason red/white covered tureen; Beleek; toothpick holders; Dresden figurines. FROM THE PANTRY- Cookbook collection; lg. set fine Haviland china; press cut glass; hand painted bowls; cookware, etc. 4 BEDROOMS INCLD.- Lg. pineapple high poster bed (extra nice); shaving mirror; chenille bed spreads; flower bookends; spindle top stands; corner whatnot; old stage coach trunk; carved walnut Lincoln rocker w/birds head; arts crafts Jardiniere; plank bottom rocker w/Tole ptd. design; sewing stand; walnut vanity w/mirrors; steeple clock w/R.V. tablet; lg. early wax doll; quantity costume jewelry; 6-pc. Grand Rapids bed suite w/Tole painted scene; fruit carved picture frames; lamps; quilts; lg. oriental Heriz room size carpet; crushed red velvet settee; beautiful curly maple high poster bed w/canopy; early tiger maple/cherry chimney back chest; pattern glass oil lamps; lg. maple cannon ball poster bed; W.H. Shelton 1884 engravings; Shaffer/Parker pens. ATTIC/BASEMENT- Vintage trunks; Christmas dec.; old beds, vintage medical supplies; Dr.’s cabinet; Dr.’s scales; wood golf clubs; chair side radio; period mirror; Kimball piano w/ bench; old cupboards; sleds; bikes; tools; lots of misc. and box lots. AUCTION TERMS: Cash/Check-Premium Sale. Removal Sale Day. Real estate is for sale by private treaty.


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2383 West 5 Mile Road, Allegany, NY 14706 • Lic. #AU-003527-L
FOR SALE- Whirlpool washer, $50. Phone 814-225-4274. fb STEREO STAND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION- Like brand new. $50. 814-225-6011. fb HUGE INDOOR SALE AT KELLOGG’S Communications, 340 Ceres Rd., Shinglehouse, Pa. Large variety of items. Antique trunks, dishes, lamps, craft supplies and books. 2 weekends only! Thurs., April 29th through Sat., May 1st and Thurs., May 6th through Sat., May 8th, 9:00am-5:00pm. 2/27cb

An Irish cow, Big Bertha, lived to the record age of 48 before her death in 1993. In addition, she gave birth to a record 39 calves. ***

Visit Our Web Site At WWW.MONEYSAVERADVERTISING.COM For Complete Obituaries.
PORT ALLEGANY - Gordon E. Johnston, 90, of N. Brooklyn-side Rd., died Saturday (Apr. 17, 2010) in Sena Kean Manor, Smethport, after a brief illness. COUDERSPORT, PA - George “Stub” Clark, 79, of Coudersport died Friday (April 16, 2010) at Hamot Medical Center in Erie. ELDRED, PA - Truman S. “Boots” Stuckey, 85, of 974 Newell Creek passed away Saturday (April 17, 2010) at his residence. LAKE PLACID, FL - Donald C. Saunders, 83, of 3002 Beech St. died Thursday (April 15, 2010) at Florida Hospital Lake Placid after a lengthy illness. MANCHESTER, NY - Barbara Ann Weed, 81, of Manchester, formerly of Portville, passed away Saturday (April 17, 2010) at the House of John in Clifton Springs after a lengthy illness. OLEAN, NY - Robert J. Ferguson of Olean-Portville Rd., formerly of the Rochester-Penfield area, passed away Tuesday (April 20, 2010) after a long and brave battle with cancer. WELLSVILLE, NY - Richard W. Swarthout, 92, of 160 Seneca St. and a former longtime resident of Allentown, died Tuesday (April 20, 2010) at Jones Memorial Hospital following a long illness. PORTVILLE, NY - Delloeen W. “Honey” Skroback of 9871 Prosser Rd., Lot 4, went to be with her Lord on Monday (April 19, 2010) at home.

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

OGH’S OBSTETRICAL UNIT, NURSERY EXPANSION WILL ENHANCE COMFORT AND EFFICIENCY Olean General Hospital has begun a significant renovation project in the fourth-floor Obstetrical Unit and Nursery to make mothers and newborn babies more comfortable, and allow staff to perform their clinical duties with greater efficiency. For many families the Obstetrical Unit and Nursery is their first experience at Olean General Hospital. Although patient satisfaction scores are at 99 percent, it’s become time to update the unit that was last renovated in 1991. Since then, nearly 15,000 babies have been born in the unit, said hospital officials. “The renovation is needed because during a high census period our nursery space is not adequate. Our patient volumes have increased dramatically over the past five years. Sometimes it’s been difficult to complete special testing procedures in the nursery due to lack of space,” said Mary Beyth, RN, Nurse Manager for the Obstetrical Unit and Nursery. The three-phase project, expected to cost $500,000, is scheduled to be completed by the end of July, said Joseph Gaughn, Director of Facilities Services. The project’s first phase will involve tripling the size of the 14-bed nursery to 600 square feet, and adding a new waiting room with a refreshment station, Mr. Gaughn said. The expanded nursery will be able to accommodate higher volumes and offer more space for special procedures such as hearing testing, said Mrs. Beyth. “The project’s second phase will bring an updated nurses’ station so staff can perform their clinical tasks more efficiently,” said Mrs. Beyth. The final project phase will focus on the 14 postpartum rooms for mothers. “These rooms will get new patient beds, furniture and oak-trimmed bassinets. Olean General Hospital also is looking to make the postpartum rooms more accommodating for visitors. We want to make these rooms more family-friendly, including having each one equipped with sleep chairs so family members can visit newborn mothers,” said Mrs. Beyth. Additional upgrades will involve having new finishes added to the patient rooms and corridors to coordinate with the interior design of the rest of the hospital,” Mrs. Beyth noted. In support of the project, “The 2009 Employee Campaign set records in both the number of employees contributing and the amount raised. Last year, 377 employees participated, a 21 percent increase over the previous year’s record participation of 311 employees,” said Olean General Hospital Foundation President Karen Fohl, who is also Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Olean General Hospital. “This OB renovation project is something the employees feel passionate about, therefore participation was very high in the campaign. It raised $70,000, an increase of more than 24 percent over the $56,276 raised the previous year,” Mrs. Fohl said. Meanwhile, “We are currently in the midst of a community Capital Campaign to support this project because it’s for the babies. It is our hope that donors will consider making gifts for Mother’s Day in honor or memory of their mothers this year. In recognition and appreciation, the Foundation will gladly send a special card to the mother being honored in this special way,” added Mrs. Fohl. The Foundation is a not-for-profit organization which raises funds to financially support Olean General Hospital’s mission of providing high-quality, cost-effective healthcare to those in the communities it serves. fb MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On May 9, 1926, according to their claims, polar explorer Richard E. Byrd and co-pilot Floyd Bennett fly over the North Pole. The discovery in 1996 of the diary that Byrd had kept on his famous flight seemed to suggest that he and Bennett may have turned back 150 miles short of the pole because of an oil leak. martinis “shaken, not stirred.” (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.


Sat., May 1st • 8am-6pm
APRIL 27, 2010

Grand Opening

Portville Tollgate Redemption Center
We accept Pepsi Specials all brands plus $ 1 liter bottles. . . .2/ 2.50 deposit & sizes of plus $ New York 20 oz. bottles. . .5/ 5.00 deposit State plus $ redeemable 12 pack-12 oz. cans. . . 7.00 deposit bottles & cans. We Now Sell
Now Carrying Pepsi Products Cattaraugus County Dump Tickets. (Next to Red’s & Trudy’s, Portville, N.Y.) 716-969-3336


ALLEGANY COUNTY OFFICE FOR THE AGING MEALS ON WHEELS AND LUNCHEON CENTER MENUS & ACTIVITIES For reservations call: 585-268-9390 by 2pm on the previous day. Toll-free: 1-866-268-9390. Bolivar- Carolyn Hackett, 585928-2672; Cuba- Linda Nelson, 585-968-2397; FriendshipOffice for the Aging, 585-268-9390; Wellsville- Donna Fiegl, 585-593-7665. FOR THE WEEK OF: April 28 - April 30, 2010 Wednesday: Broccoli Salad, Chicken ala King over Biscuit, Mixed Vegetables, Fruited Gelatin. Diabetic- Fruited Gelatin. Bolivar- Noon, 10:30 “Growing Stronger” Exercises, Blood Pressure Clinic. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles, “Current Topics”. Wellsville- Noon, 10:00 Games, 1:00 Euchre. Thursday: Tossed Salad with Dressing, Lasagna, Green Beans, Garlic Bread, Applesauce Cake. Diabetic- Applesauce. Bolivar- Noon. Cuba- Noon, 10:30 “Growing Stronger” Exercise, 11:00 Euchre, Cards, Dominoes, Puzzles. FriendshipNoon, 10:45 “Growing Stronger” Exercises, 1:00 Crafts. Wellsville- Noon, 9:00 Stretch, 10:30 Bingo, 1:00 Bridge. Friday: Chilled Pears, Swedish Meatballs, Buttered Noodles, Zucchini and Tomatoes, Italian Bread, Peanut Butter Cookie. Diabetic- Orange. Wellsville- Noon, 10:30 Bingo! 12:30 Pinochle. f RICHBURG-WIRT HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Richburg-Wirt Historical Society will meet Monday, May 3 at 7pm at the Museum, 243 Main St., Richburg, NY. Our guest speaker will be David Lawton. He will share the experiences of his many mission trips to Russia, complete with slides and photos. Public welcome to attend. Refreshments following the meeting will be provided by Alice Dunbar. 3/20f GENESEE LIBRARY HOURS Summer Hrs: Mon. 12-8pm; Thurs. 9am-5pm; Sat. 12-4pm. OSWAYO VALLEY MEMORIAL LIBRARY Hrs: Mon. 10-8pm; Wed. 9-6pm; Fri. 9-6pm

Bolivar Storage
Liberty St. Extension, Bolivar, NY Call Bob Ingalls: 585-928-2678

We Sell Boxes • Variety of Sizes Available

Units Starting at


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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.

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 12 Noon to 6pm; Sat. 8am to 6pm; Sun. 12 Noon to 4pm.

1 GOOSE NECK ROCKER, $25. 1 tufted back chair, $20. 1 exercise bike, $15. 1 foot peddler, $10. All in good condition. 585928-2589. 3/20c ——————————————————————————————— ALMA ROD & GUN CLUB ANNUAL HAM & LEEK DINNER Sun., May 2nd, 1:00pm at the Clubhouse, County Rte. 18. Members- $7. Non-members- $8. 2/20c ——————————————————————————————— FULLER’S LAWN & TRASH SERVICE- Trash- $18/mo. Lawn mowing - reasonable rates. Call 585-808-0031, Scott. 4/27p THE BOLIVAR LIONESS CLUB IS COLLECTING used hearing aids for the Finger Lakes Region Lion’s Hearing Foundation. The FLRLHF assists financially burdened hearing impaired persons in our area (and western NY). The used hearing aids’ salvage value normally offsets the cost of repairs. Please put your old hearing aids in a sealed plastic bag to prevent loss of small parts. A drop box is located at Steuben Trust Bank, Bolivar, NY or contact Mary Lowery, 585-928-1343 if you have a donation. tf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS If you want to drink that’s your business. If you want to stop we can help. Call AA answering service in your area at 716372-4800 or 607-276-8588 to talk to someone who cares or to find a meeting in your area. tf COME JOIN OUR YOUTH GROUP The Bolivar United Methodist Youth Group meets the first and third Sunday of every month, 4-6pm, at the church, 80 Friendship St., Bolivar, NY. Everyone in grades 6 and up are welcome. Fun, games, worship and service projects. tf

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RICHBURG-WIRT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM- 243 Main Street, Route 275, Richburg, NY. Open every Wednesday 10am-3pm or by appointment. Meetings are held the first Monday of every month, 7pm at the Museum - everyone welcome! For more information or to schedule an appointment, call the museum at 585-928-WIRT (9478) or Melanie at 585928-1249. E-mail tfc

By Chris Richcreek 1. Name four of the five lefthanded pitchers to win more than one Cy Young Award. 2. Between 2000 and 2009, four Boston Red Sox pitchers each won 20-plus games in a season once. Name them. 3. Name the last Army head football coach to win his first game against Navy. 4. In 2008, Tony Parker became the fourth NBA player to tally at least 50 points and 10 assists in a game. Name two of the other three to do it. 5. Which countries share the longest consecutive streak of Olympic gold medals in men’s hockey? 6. Who won the last Southern 500 NASCAR fall race in 2004? 7. How many Davis Cup titles has Spain captured since 2000? Answers 1. Randy Johnson (five), Steve Carlton (four), Sandy Koufax (three), Tom Glavine (two) and Johan Santana (two). 2. Derek Lowe (21 in 2002), Pedro Martinez (20 in ‘02), Curt Schilling (21 in ‘04) and Josh Beckett (20 in ‘07). 3. Tom Cahill in 1966. 4. Oscar Robertson, Michael Jordan and LeBron James. 5. Canada (1920-1932) and Soviet Union (1964-1976), with four consecutive Olympics each. 6. Jimmie Johnson. 7. Four (2000, ‘04, ‘08 and ‘09). (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

1. Who had a hit with “Smooth” in 1999? 2. What group released “Lola” in 1970? 3. Who sang “Do Wah Diddy Diddy” first, an American or British group? 4. Which artist released songs with these locations in the titles: “Phoenix,” “Wichita, “Death Valley,” “Kentucky” and “St. Louis”? 5. Who sang “Wuthering Heights,” and when? 6. Which duo released “Love Is Strange” and when? Answers 1. Santana. The song, which featured Matchbox Twenty singer Rob Thomas on vocals, was No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 12 weeks. 2. The Kinks. Al Yankovich did a parody, “Yoda,” in 1981 using a “Star Wars” theme. 3. American. The Exciters recorded the song in 1963, with Britain’s Manfred Mann having the more successful version one year later. 4. Glen Campbell. Other song titles included: “Arkansas,” “Oklahoma,” “Houston,” “Tennessee,” “Hollywood,” “Branson” and “Galveston.” 5. Kate Bush wrote the song as her 1978 debut single after reading the book of the same name. It hit No. 1 in markets all over the world. 6. Mickey and Sylvia, in 1957. It was the only big hit for Mickey Baker and Sylvia Vanderpool, but the song has been covered by others over the years, as well as being used in films such as “Badlands” and “Dirty Dancing.” (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH Alfred Station, NY “A Baptist Church with a Difference” Pastor: Kenneth Chroniger 607-587-9176 Sabbath (Friday) Season of Prayer.......7:00pm Saturday: Chime Choir..............9:00am Fellowship Time........9:30am Sabbath School. . . . . . . . .9:45am (Class for all ages) (Helping Hand Bible Study Guide avail.) Sabbath Worship........11:00am (Nursery for Preschool; Learner’s Worship for ages 5-12 available) Sanctuary Choir 2nd Sabbath............12:20pm Dish to Pass Fellowship Meal......12:30pm Youth Fellowship 1st & 3rd Saturdays. 7:00pm Junior Youth Fellowship 2nd Saturday............3:00pm Tuesday Bible Study Fellowship...............10:00am PORTVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH 24 Temple St., 716-933-8164 Pastor: Fred Kemp Sunday Services: Sunday School.........9:45am Worship Hour........11:00am Afternoon Service....1:00pm Wednesday-Family Night: Bible Study & Prayer. .7pm A Place for Everyone Nursery Care provided at all regular services.

GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coon Crossing Road Shinglehouse•814-697-7257 Pastor: Roger N. Hain Sunday School..............9:30am Classes for all ages. Morning worship........10:45am includes nursery, children’s church and junior church. Evening Service...........7:00pm Mon. (Sept.-Apr.). .JAM Clubs, for children in grades 1-6. Wed. (Sept.-Apr.) Grace Teens, for students in grades 7-12. Wed. Prayer Meeting .. 7:15pm Nursery available for Sunday School, Sunday worship services and Wed. Fri. Reformers Unanimous Addiction Program............7pm FAITH BIBLE CHURCH Rte. 417, Little Genesee, NY Office: 585-928-1856 Pastor: Clint Pearsall Sunday School.........9:45am Children’s Church and Morning Worship. . . . . . .11am Sun. Eve. Worship. . . . . . .6:30pm Wednesday Evening Teen Groups.................6:30pm Discovery Club Children’s Program & Prayer Mtg ....7pm ANGLICAN CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD 29 South St. at Stone St., Cuba, NY Services as announced.

STRANGE BUT TRUE- By Samantha Weaver • It was French writer and film director Marguerite Duras who made the following observation: “I believe that always, or almost always, in all childhood, and in all the lives that follow them, the mother represents madness. Our mothers always remain the strangest, craziest people we’ve ever met.”

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*OLEAN EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES* April 27- Intro to Social Networking Media for Business Seminar, Jamestown Community College Depot, Olean, 910am. How can I use Social Media to connect with customers and clients? How much time is needed to make this worth the effort? What features are available? Learn answers to these questions and more. To register for the class, please call JCC at 376-7572. April 28- Business After Hours, Green Acres Cafe, North Union St., Olean, 5-7pm. BAHs are for GOACC members & guests. BAHs are where you can gather in a casual atmos-

phere, win prizes and giveaways, share business cards, meet new business colleagues. If you attend seven out of 10 BAHs, you will be entered to win the attendance fund raffle. This month’s Attendance Fundraiser sponsor is Sports Locker. Please RSVP to 372-4433 or reply to April 28- Walker Bros. Circus, William O. Smith Recreation Center, Olean, Show times 5:30pm, 7:30pm. The fabulous new Walker Bros. Circus has hit the road for its all new 2010 North American Tour where the production will dazzle adults and children of all ages. This incredible show features second and third generation circus performers from around the world. The list of breathtaking acts includes performances such as aerial cloud swing, juggling, tons of comedy, along with an astonishing array of circus acts. Adults will be in awe at the performers stunning athletic ability, as children are captivated by the clown’s comedic antics. This world renowned international cast guarantees a lifetime of memories for all who attend. For more info., please visit April 28, 29- Wind Energy Basics Seminar, Cattaraugus Allegany BOCES, 1825 Windfall Rd., Olean, 5:30-8:30pm. Students will be introduced to local applications of wind energy to generate electricity. For questions or to register, please call 716-376-8384. Please note this is a NEW DATE. April 29- Sean Kingston in concert, St. Bonaventure University Reilly Center, 8pm. Tickets can be purchased at the Reilly Center Ticket Office or online at For more info., assistance or special accommodations please call 716375-2506. Independent Health Members- Independent Health has alerted GOACC to a mandate that applies to fully-insured and self-funded groups in certain states, including New York. The Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 (CHIPRA) requires that group health plans allow employees and dependents who are eligible for, but not enrolled in, a group health plan to enroll in the plan upon meeting certain conditions. A model notice for use by employers has been released by the US Department of Labor and can be found at Independent Health has advised that “Groups that renew or renewed their plan year between February 4, 2010 and April 30, 2010 are required to send the model notice to their employees. All other groups must provide the notice to their employees before their next plan year renewal date and on an annual basis thereafter.” GOACC assumes no responsibility in this matter but is passing on information that has been identified and received from the carrier. fb


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THE PORTVILLE LIBRARY The Portville Library is offering a basic computer class using Microsoft Word and surfing the World Wide Web on Thursday evenings starting at 6:30pm for five week sessions. The class starts on May 6th and open to all our patrons at no charge, but registration is a must. f
BOLIVAR-RICHBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL LUNCH MENU April 28 - April 30, 2010 Wed. Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwich. Lunch: Pepperoni Pizza, Vegetable Sticks, Fruit. Thurs. Breakfast: Cinnamon Rolls. Lunch: Sloppy Joe on Bun, Corn, Fruit. Fri. Breakfast: Pancakes, Syrup. Lunch: Macaroni and Cheese, Broccoli, Fruit. Lunch Prices: Full- $1.50. Reduced- 25¢. Please have your card with you and use your ID number at all times when purchasing food in the cafeteria. If you have an allergy to any food items please contact the cafeteria manager for an alternate. You must have a doctor’s excuse for these changes. Served Daily Assorted 8 oz. Milk, Assorted Fruits. Elementary Students Pre Order soup and sandwich. Tossed salad will be available everyday with your meal. Served on Grab and Go Line- Salads, Subs, Pizza, Fruit, Juice and Milk.

By Larry Cox Q: My mom’s favorite holiday, next to Christmas, was Halloween. She collected Halloween favors and items when she would run across them at flea markets and yard sales. I have four large boxes that I have inherited, and I do not know current values. Can you help me? -Audrey, Pine Bluff, Ark. A: One of the better references is Vintage Halloween Collectibles: An Identification and Price Guide by Mark B. Ledenbach (Krause, $27.99). This guide features more than 1,600 items, including country of origin, manufacturer, specific maker markings, dates of issue and scarcity. Some of the prices listed are truly frightening: a composition candy container from the 1920s, $850; a devil’s head lantern, circa 1920s, $900; a black cat mask, 1920s, $165; and a jointed cardboard witch, circa 1925, $200. *** Q: I purchased two Victorian doll beds at an estate sale, and I am refinishing them for my granddaughters. I would like to know more about them and am enclosing photos. -- Marilyn, Surprise, Ariz. A: Your doll beds appear to be Eastlake in style and were probably crafted during the Victorian era. As for values, if you “refinish” them, you can subtract at least 50 percent from their value. *** Q: I have a book entitled “Portraits of North American Indian Life” published in 1972. How much do you think it is worth? -- Leonard, Clifton Heights, Pa. A: I found more than a dozen copies for sale at, many priced at less than $10. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 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

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CUBA GRANGE #799 EVENTS 2010 Sat., May 1st, 10am-12pm: New York State Grange Legislative Day at Cuba Grange Hall, public invited to meet with legislative representatives. The Cuba Grange Hall is located at 116 East Main Street, Cuba, New York. f SHINGLEHOUSE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Lincoln & Church Sts. Pastor: Daniel Grimes Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Youth Group 1st & 3rd Sundays................4pm to 6pm Thurs. Choir Practice. .7:00pm Tuesday Bible Study. . . . . . .Noon An Access ramp and nursery care provided.

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MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On May 3, 1933, James Brown, the Godfather of Soul, is born. Brown did his first gospel singing while in prison, and he impressed the warden and the Georgia State Parole Board with his seriousness of purpose enough to win his release after only three years of an 8-to-16year sentence. • On May 5, 1944, Bertha Benz, the wife of auto pioneer Karl Benz, dies in Germany. In 1888, Bertha drove an experimental three-wheel model on a surprise visit to her mother 65 miles away, becoming the first person to drive an automobile over a long distance. During the journey, she unclogged the car’s fuel line using one of her hairpins. She also used the garter on her stocking to fix a broken ignition.

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BOOKS -- Recommended Reading “Twilight: The Graphic Novel, Volume 1” by Stephenie Meyer and Young Kim Reviewed by Ealish Waddell In case you’ve been living on a desert island for the past couple of years, the gist of the novel “Twilight” is this: Quiet girl moves to gloomy town and falls for brooding classmate, who turns out to be equally drawn to her, despite the pesky fact that he is a vampire who might at any moment snap, kill her and consume all her blood. With talk of soulmates, destinies and lots and lots of yearning, it’s pure wish-fulfillment for romantic misfits who just long to be understood. Perhaps that’s why the stories seem to have struck a chord not just with dreamy tweens, but with readers of all ages and backgrounds. In addition to the hit movies and endless parade of tangential merchandise that surround the “Twilight” phenomenon, now there’s another version of the original story being offered up to these voracious fans. In concert with author Stephenie Meyer, artist Young Kim has created an extremely faithful graphic-novel adaptation of the tale. The book is labeled “Volume 1” and only covers the first half of the prose version, but it’s a strong enough effort to give readers hope that the rest of the planned series will be equally effective. Mostly black and white with a few judicious splashes of watercolor, Young’s version of “Twilight” is certainly appealing visually. The style of the layout, characters and backgrounds owes much to the contemporary [SET ITAL]manhwa[END ITAL] techniques common to comics in Kim’s native Korea (similar to [SET ITAL]manga[END ITAL] in Japan) -- the art is vivid, fluid and inviting, with a soft, often sketchy quality that’s pleasing to the eye. Meanwhile, the narrative is brisk and easy to follow, deftly hitting all the important plot highs that the expectant fan will be waiting for with palpitating heart. For while it’s certainly possible for this to be a reader’s first exposure to “Twilight,” it is even more likely to be a supplement to the story for those who have already digested the plot elsewhere. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.

MOMENTS IN TIME The History Channel • On May 7, 1902, Mount Pele on the French Caribbean island of Martinique begins the deadliest volcanic eruption of the 20th century. The city of Saint Pierre was buried and 30,000 people died when a cloud of gas with a temperature of more than 3,000 F sent an avalanche of boiling ash down the side of the mountain. • On May 4, 1970, in Kent, Ohio, National Guardsmen fire their weapons at a group of antiwar demonstrators on the Kent State University campus, killing four people, wounding eight and permanently paralyzing another. In 1974, a federal court dropped all charges levied against the Ohio National Guardsmen.

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THIS IS A HAMMER By Samantha Mazzotta Introducing Kids to Home Improvement Q: Recently, when a roofing crew made significant repairs to our roof due to storm damage, my two sons and daughter were fascinated by all the activity. They followed the crew around and pestered them with questions. I think learning about home repair is a valuable skill, and I’d like the kids to be involved in more projects, but I am unable to perform many home-repair tasks myself. I also wonder if they’re old enough to learn various tasks: They are 10, 8 and 5. Do you have any suggestions? - Gloria G., Fort Worth, Texas A: Getting kids involved in home improvement and repair projects can be very rewarding. Of course, their age, abilities and maturity should be taken into account when deciding how much they can be allowed to do. A 5-year-old shouldn’t be hammering nails, but a 10-year-old would probably do a brilliant job (and handle the hammer responsibly). There are programs out there for kids. Some are offered by publicservice departments, others by nonprofit organizations (including

Scouting, which teaches kids a myriad of life skills), while others are paid classes geared to different age levels. Check around and see if something is available for all three kids, or at least the two older ones. Look around your home as well. Not all home-improvement projects have to be big or involved. They can be as simple as patching a nail hole or hanging a picture. Sit down with the kids and plan out how you’ll all tackle the project. Who will gather the tools and supplies needed, who will do the actual work, who will help carry items back and forth? If you have a trusted neighbor who frequently does home repairs and is willing to teach the kids a thing or two, you have another option to allow them to learn. Keep in mind that the kids might only be initially interested. But teaching them new skills and letting them take on more responsibility can have rewards far beyond just the simple act of fixing or improving something. HOME TIPS: Take a child’s age and maturity level into account when teaching home improvement skills, for their own safety. c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc.


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