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OSWAYO VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL/HIGH SCHOOL Shinglehouse, Pa. Carolyn Fugate, District Principal, has announced that the following students, grades six through twelve, have been named to the honor roll for the fourth nine week grading period at the Oswayo Valley Middle School/High School. Students named to the high honor roll have maintained an average of 93% or above; while those on the honor roll have averaged 87% or above. HIGH HONOR ROLL Grade 12: Thomas Gross, Nathan Hewitt, Bethany Mertsock, Alyssa Plants, Katelyn Saulter, Lindsey Wichert. Grade 11: Brooklyn Ford, Bailey Kemp, Barrett Kemp. Grade 10: Cheyenne Brabham, Jessica Harvey, Nathaniel Litt, Zachary Metcalf, Amber Rounsville. Grade 9: Kent Costello, Maverick DeLong, Brian Gilroy, Nathan Henderson, Kayla Keech, Coby Krajewski, Ciarra Mix. Grade 8: Grade 7: Brent Clark, Adam Ferguson, Kendal Keech, Sarah Malogrino, Hannah Metcalf, John Post. Grade 6: Shayla Bickel, Tricia Gallagher, Jacob Karr, Dustin Taylor. HONOR ROLL Grade 12: Brandi Harris, Mykalah Kellogg, Devin McMichael, Miranda Pesock, Colton Saulter, Courtney Scutt, Emily Scutt, Carita Shafer, Cortney Williams. Grade 11: Chloe Blauvelt, Michelle Cadwell, Arthur Dickerson, Joshua Downs, Abbey Filer, Mikala Green, Micah Henderson, Torrey Majot, Ian McMullen, Amanda Mellin, Cole Mix, Jessica Morrison, Gabriel Rees, Brandon Serkleski, Thomas Walker, Ryan West, Jacob Wichert, Travis Wilson. Grade 10: Rachael Adams, Kevin Carson, Anthony Clancy, Thomas Estes, Keagen Goodliff, Brittany Higgins, Macoy Hoffman, Kyler Hunt, Edwin Johnson, Haylee Kellert, Andrew Lawrence, Shania Louwerse, Hailee Maxson, Brayden Meacham, Alexander Miller, Kyle Pease, Troy Pease, Jayden Pire, Jessica Stough, Megan Unverdorben. Grade 9: Marie Bauder, Hailey Black, Chantal Cook, Anthony Dietze, Tyler Ferguson, Miah Graham, Christopher Harvey, Tye Learn, Sara McGee, Christopher Mesler, Virginia Olds, Benjamin Sutton. Grade 8: Gabrelle Baldwin, Sky Barney, Taylor Bean, Alexander Bernard, Brandon Brabham, Dylan Buchholz, Sierra Dickerson, Dylan George, Ricardo Gross, Hope Howard, Kiersten Majot, Vitella Moyer, Kelsie Pease, Tristan Rees, Jillian Wichert, Cheyenne Wilson. Grade 7: Garret Babcock, Rebecka Duell, Jessica Edwards, Julie Fillhart, Arreonna Frost, Kennedy Hallock, Hunter Lee, Abigail Matthews, Adrianna Mesler, Madison Nudd, Grant West. Grade 6: Gage Babcock, Taige Bryant, Alex Goss, Theodore Henry, Noah Howard, Johnathan Jackson, Kaleb Keech, Madison Miller, Dylan Pesock, Paige Smith. f 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. SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Pastor James Haddon Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Tues. Alliance Youth . . .7:00pm Wed. Prayer Meeting.. .7:00pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 19 N. Main St., Portville, NY Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am HOUSE OF PRAYER South Bolivar Road Pastor: Roy Elliot Sunday Service............1:30pm Prayer Meeting Wed.........7pm 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. . . .9am 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 FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Bolivar: Spacious 2 bedroom, 1 bath ranch style home on large town lot with detached 1 car garage. Large covered front porch. $495/mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c ——————————————————————————————— LAFEVER & SONS Carley says, “Get the Raid for the pesky bugs. Get LaFever’s for sewer plugs.” 716-378-6859 or 716-378-8859. tfc ——————————————————————————————— FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Bolivar: Awesome 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with wrap-around porch. Spacious yard for play and good sized back deck perfect for cooking out. $795/mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c
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THE 4C’S SENIOR CITIZENS The 4C’s Senior Citizens met May 22nd with 36 members and one guest. Bea Eastman won the door prize and the 50-50 drawing! Craig Braack gave a wonderful slide show and lecture about the old Genesee Valley Canal that connected the Erie Canal with the Allegheny River by a system of locks and water supplies from Cuba and Rockville Lakes. Mr. Cady added that the old posts along the towpath, now out in the river at Portville, are still visible as straight rows of “stubs” sticking above the water most of the year. The usual fascinating synopsis by Mr. Braack which was much appreciated. The next meeting on June 12th will feature a program about model airplanes. Payment will be due then for the trip to Cambridge Springs, Pa., for those planning to attend on July 17th. A play “Don’t Hug Me!” will be screened. -Don and Becky Cady f
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KES CUSTOM CONCRETE, BLOCK, BRICK, STONE, stamping, foundation repair, sidewalks, driveways, decks, roofing, gutters. Quality work for a fair price. Free estimates. Call Kurt, 716-4746911. 6/22p ——————————————————————————————— TRUCKLOAD MATTRESS SALE 12 models on sale. Queen Pillowtop Set- $388. Cooling Gel Queen Memory Foam Set- now only $995. Guaranteed lowest prices on all models! Howard’s Home Furnishings, Shinglehouse, Pa. 814-697-6241. 4/5c ——————————————————————————————— SPACIOUS HOME FOR RENT / WELLSVILLE: Unique 4-5 bedroom, 3.5 bath ranch style home with large backyard for family friendly play, partially covered back deck and covered front porch. $895/month. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c OSWAYO VALLEY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL Shinglehouse, PA 16748 The 105th commencement of the Oswayo Valley Middle/ High School was held on Friday, June 1, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Thirty five seniors received diplomas during the ceremony. The presentation of medals was made by District Superintendent Charles R. Wicker. The Welcome Address was presented by Thomas Gross, the recipient of the Third Honors Award. He is the son of Dana and Rayda Gross of Shinglehouse, PA. Mr. Gross will attend the University of North Carolina in Charlotte and major in Mechanical Engineering. The Commencement Address was given by Alyssa Plants, class valedictorian, daughter of Stephen Plants and Tonya Harley both of Shinglehouse, PA. Miss Plants will attend Penn State University at University Park and major in Hospitality Management. Also giving a Commencement Address was class salutatorian, Bethany Mertsock, daughter of Allan and Bonny Mertsock of Shinglehouse, PA. Miss Mertsock will attend Mansfield University and major in Business Management. Presentation of the class was made by District Principal Carolyn Fugate and diplomas were given to the students by Board of Education President Tim Ford. Closing remarks were given by Lindsey Wichert, Class Vice President, daughter of Kent and Lisa Wichert. Music was provided by Mrs. Heather Stanley. Awards and scholarships were announced by Jane Perkins, Guidance Counselor. Over $93,000 in scholarships sponsored by local organizations were made available to Oswayo Valley graduates. The following students were awarded diplomas: Gavin Barke, Maranda Coyle, Aaron Davis, Brittany Dickerson, Timothy Drake, Patricia Gerhart, Nicholas Goss, Thomas Gross, Brandi Harris, Nathan Hewitt, Mykalah Kellogg, Alexis Kerswill, Benjamin Maxson, Devin McMichael, Bethany Mertsock, Benjamin Mesler, Brandy Mesler, Mathaeu Miller, Colin Norton, Brittany Olmstead, Tyler Perkins, Miranda Pesock, Alyssa Plants, Colton Saulter, Katelyn Saulter, Courtney Scutt, Emily Scutt, Carita Shafer, Audrey Shikoski, Brittany Sisson, Zachary Smith, Lindsey Wichert, Cortney Williams, Luke Wilson, Yu “Cheven” Zheng. f 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
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FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Friendship: 3 bedroom, 1 bath home on 1.3 acres. Detached 2 car garage. $595/mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c SUMMER WORK WANTED: Bolivar teen looking to mow lawns or babysit. Please call 585-928-2049. 3/29p UPSTAIRS APARTMENT FOR RENT / Friendship: Remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bath upper apartment with spacious kitchen and living room. Washer / dryer hookups. Covered front porch. $350/mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c FOR RENT- Modern efficient 1 bedroom apartment, Village of Bolivar, off street parking, washer/dryer hookup, appliances included. $450 includes water and sewer. No pets. Deposit and references required. Call Bob Ingalls at 585-928-2678. 4/29c FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Rushford: Spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with enclosed front porch. Washer/dryer hookups. Beautiful kitchen. Open floor plan. $695/ mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c JONES MEMORIAL PLANS COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER MEDICAL CENTER Wellsville, NY (June 5, 2012)- Jones Memorial Hospital President Eva Benedict today announced that JMH will pursue a formal Collaborating Institution Agreement with the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC). The Agreement is expected to take a few months to finalize. Through this agreement, the two health systems will work more closely together to identify and meet overall community healthcare needs. “It represents an extension of the alliance we have long enjoyed in cardiology,” added Mrs. Benedict. “For the last 12 years, URMC’s department of Cardiology has operated a practice in Wellsville, providing local office visits and diagnostic services, even helping to manage the care of patients who are admitted to JMH.” The result of this formal agreement is better access to other types of specialty care, and smoother transfers and referrals as patients move between the two hospital systems. A formal Collaborating Institution Agreement, which would take a few months to finalize, also allows Jones to tap into URMC’s administrative expertise as the hospital prepares to face the challenges of health care reform. “As our health care system evolves, there is a growing need for us to work with larger health systems to improve access to specialty services right here in the Wellsville area,” Benedict said. “In this case, we have the opportunity to formalize a longstanding friendship with upstate’s largest academic medical center, the University of Rochester Medical Center. That could mean greater convenience and more comprehensive care for our local patients and their families.” “We are thrilled that Jones Memorial has expressed a desire to work more closely with URMC,” said Steven I. Goldstein, URMC Senior Vice President. “They are a well-run hospital with exceptional leadership and a respected, engaged medical staff. Through this Collaborating Agreement, we hope to develop ways to keep more patients right there in Wellsville.” In the current health care environment, with health care reform initiatives and serious federal and state budget pressures, all hospitals are looking for ways to work together to reduce costs and improve care to the communities they serve. As part of its strategic planning process, Jones Memorial had invited URMC to propose various ways that the two systems could work together in a closer, more structured way. While the formal agreement has not yet been signed, both parties have committed to moving forward with the collaboration process, beginning with a Letter of Intent. Jones selected URMC after considering proposals from other large health systems. f
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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 (LCA) 79 Brooklyn Street Portville, NY Rev. Paula Roulette Sunday Worship...........9:00am Sunday School............10:30am ALLENTOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor Vickie Hedlund Route 417 Sunday Morn. Worship...10am *2011 - 2006 model years 72 mos. @ 6% APR, 2005 model years 66 mos. @ 6.5% APR, 2004 model years 60 mos. @7.0% APR, 2003 & older model years 36 mos. @ 7.5% APR (pending credit approval), all payments w/$2500 cash down plus tax and fees. Not responsible for typogrphical errors. 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! *** 18.5 CU. FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER- Very good condition, $150. LOTS, LAND, ACREAGE SECTION 814-225-3797, leave message. fb LENDER ORDERED FARM LIQUIDATION! June 16th! 1 day only! 3 to 43 acre parcels! Low auction prices! Waterfront, timber, farmhouses! Cash ——————————————————————————————— discounts! Clear title! Call 1-888-701-1864 to register! www.NewALL ADVENTURES CAMPGROUND INC. YorkLandandLakes.com I86 Exit 29, Rte. 275, Friendship, NY 14739. Father’s Day AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for hands-on aviation career. FAA approved Weekend June 15-17th. Saturday fishing contest and crafts for program. Financial aid if qualified - job placement assistance. Call Aviation the children and dads. Come camp with us, bring a friend to camp Institute of Maintenance 1-877-202-0386. GENERAL SECTION on a separate site and get $5 off the weekend for you and friend AT&T U-VERSE just $29.99/mo! Bundle internet+phone+TV & save. Up to DO YOU HAVE products or services to promote? Reach as many as 4.9 with this ad. 585-307-0524. alladventurescampground.com cb $300 back! (Select plans). Limited time, call 1-800-437-4195. million households and 12 million potential buyers quickly and ——————————————————————————————— DISH NETWORK. Starting at $19.99/month plus 30 premium movie inexpensively! Only $490 for a 15-word ad. Place your ad online at channels. Free for 3 months! Save! Ask about same day installation! Call 1LOG CABIN- 9’x12’, hand-built, free, must be moved. 814-887fcpny.com or call 585-928-2470. 888-823-8160. 2116. pb HEALTH SECTION FREE NATURE WALK Enjoy a leisurely walk through a rare old growth forest. Suitable for all ages. July 7, 2012 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Lillibridge Property. Pfeiffer Nature Center, Portville, NY. 716933-0187. fb Taxes are paid in the sweat of every man who labors. -Franklin D. Roosevelt
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STAR OF THE EAST CHAPTER #109 Star of the East Chapter #109, Order of the Eastern Star will meet on Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bolivar Masonic Hall, 380 1/2 Main St., Bolivar, NY for a “picnic theme” tureen dinner. Following the dinner our regular meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. Gun raffle tickets will be available. Don’t forget to bring an item for the Bolivar Food Pantry box if able. 3/29f 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 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
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FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Belfast: Beautiful 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with first floor bedroom and washer/ dryer hookups. Covered front porch. $545/mo. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c BOB’S AUTO BODY: Route 417, Bolivar, NY, 585-928-2554. Servicing your needs for over 44 years! Integrity, quality...A great combination. tfc ——————————————————————————————— DAN DUNBAR ~ BUYING JUNK CARS AND SCRAP METAL Free pick up and removal. 585-610-8299. tfc ——————————————————————————————— FOR RENT OR SALE ON LAND CONTRACT / Angelica: Beautiful 4 bedroom, 1 bath home with spacious floor plan. Covered front porch. Large backyard. $695/month. Call Cornerstone 607-936-1945. See our complete listings at www.homesbycornerstone.com c AREA RESIDENTS NAMED TO ALFRED STATE’S SPRING 2012 DEAN’S LIST Alfred, NY (06/06/2012)(readMedia)- Dr. Stephen J. Havlovic, vice president for academic affairs at Alfred State, has announced the Dean’s List of students for the spring 2012 semester. The following were among the over 500 students from Alfred State who made the spring Dean’s List: Nelson Freeman, a resident of Bolivar, NY*; Ashley Hanchett, a resident of Bolivar, NY; LeeAnn Hoernig, a resident of Bolivar, NY; Carol Jones, a resident of Bolivar, NY; Alan Lockwood, a resident of Bolivar, NY; Ryne Wight, a resident of Bolivar, NY; Paige Johnson, a resident of Portville, NY. Alfred State offers associate degrees in 51 programs in the fields of agriculture, health, business, vocational, and engineering technology, as well as liberal arts and sciences. There are also 20 baccalaureate degree offerings. Students from both the Alfred campus and the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville are selected for the Dean’s List if they maintain a 3.50 grade point average (GPA) out of a possible 4.0. The 4.0 GPA or straight “A” students are indicated with an asterisk. f
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 BELIEVERS CHAPEL 2522 West Five Mile Rd., Allegany, NY•716-397-8016 Sunday Worship ...................9:00am & 11:00am RICHBURG FIRST DAY BAPTIST CHURCH 128 Main St., Box 242 Pastor: Larry J. Allen Early Worship..............9:00am Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Wednesday Prayer Mtg. . . .7pm Thursday LIFE Adventure Club for boys & girls in 1-6 grades. For more info. and spiritual counsel, phone 585928-2400.
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FROM THE DESK OF THE SUPERINTENDENT
The final days of a school year are always busy, and while they can be hectic for students, families, and staff, they are also filled with the same energy we feel at the beginning of the year. It has been wonderful to see so many of you at our concerts and awards ceremonies, as together we recognize and celebrate the talents and accomplishments of our students. As you read this issue, you will see numerous reasons to be proud of the children in our District. We have been privileged to provide our students with many opportunities, both academic and extra-curricular. As we have discussed all year, schools are facing difficult economic challenges, and having to make tough decisions on how to allocate declining funding. The Board of Education proposed a budget in May that was fiscally responsible, and included a tax levy increase of only 2%, below our legal tax cap limit of 5.80%. Our goal was to provide the best quality education possible, and the proposed reductions in spending were designed to have the least impact on the fewest students. That budget was not approved by the voters. Rather than go directly to a contingent budget, the Board of Education decided to submit the budget to a second vote. The total spending amount of $17,010,677.00 and the proposed tax levy increase of 2% remain unchanged. What has changed is the way in which some of the money is allocated. As you can see in the summary below, the new plan calls for the reinstatement of wrestling, golf and tennis, with some changes in the structure of those programs. For more detailed information on the budget, please visit our website, click on Departments, Business Office, Budget, and you will find the revised budget booklet, along with other documents that explain various components of the budget. One brochure deals with contingent budgets. In the event that the budget does not pass, we will have to go to a contingent budget. This budget can be no more than $16,868,036, which means we will have to reduce our expenditures by a minimum of $142,641, and our programs will have to reflect that reduction. We hope you will come out to vote on June 19th.
Congratulations to our Class of 2012! They leave us to begin a bright future, and we wish them every success and happiness. On behalf of everyone at BolivarRichburg, I wish you and your families a safe and healthy summer.
Marilyn Capawan Superintendent of Schools
SECONDARY PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE
Dear Students, Parents and Community Members, The fact that this will be my last correspondence for the 2011-2012 school year is hard for me to comprehend. It seems like just a short time ago the year was beginning and the anticipation and possibilities of all we could accomplish together was new and exciting. I am proud to report to you today that our school system has experienced many successes, and most importantly our students grew in terms of academic achievement and personal growth. In terms of academic achievement we continue to provide a quality education for our students at both the middle and high school level. Most recently the BolivarRichburg Middle/High School was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a Bronze Star school based upon student performance on English and Math Regent Exams. In order to receive this distinction, the high school had to rank in the top 4,877 public high schools, out of 21,776 public high schools across America. If you break these numbers down into a percentage, Bolivar-Richburg Middle/ High School ranked in the top 22% of all high schools across this country based upon the previously mentioned criteria. This recognition speaks not only to the achievement of our students, but also the commitment to education that begins at home and continues on through both the elementary and middle/high school buildings. This year the students of Bolivar-Richburg Middle/High School performed admirably in extra and co-curricular activities. We continue to send an increasing number of our students to musical competitions, where many of them went on to garner individual distinctions. This year a special honor was bestowed upon our music program, when NYSSMA recognized our orchestra as a Level 4 String Orchestra, which garnered them a Bronze medal ranking when compared to all orchestras across the state. Students from the F.C.C.L.A. were able to compete at state competitions, with two of them, Melody Witt and Briana Vennard, being chosen as state officers. These students will now be going on to represent their organization at the national meeting in Orlando, Florida this coming summer. Showing that students of Bolivar-Richburg Middle/High School recognize the importance of community service, The Friends of Rachel Club continued to work with our local food pantry and was able to collect over (500) items for donation. Students in Mr. Margeson’s art classes continued to work on billboards, which will be displayed prominently around local Little League fields. Also, our Business and Marketing Club helped to organize a blood drive which resulted in a significant donation to the local blood bank. In terms of athletic accomplishment, we saw several of our teams and individual athletes competing for league titles and garnishing individual awards. We are extremely proud of Tyler Newton, a wrestler, who finished in 6th place at the New York State Wrestling Tournament. On the playing field our teams were competitive, but most importantly were often recognized for their sportsmanship. However what stands out the most to me, is the fact that (9) of our athletic teams were recognized as New York State Team Scholar Athletes. In order to receive this distinction, the team as a whole must maintain an overall academic average exceeding 90%. Congratulations to these teams and the student athletes for not only participating in extra-curricular events, but also for having the discipline and commitment to perform so admirably in the classroom. Despite all of this success, I can ensure you that we are never satisfied with where we are at as a school. We will continue to push ourselves to be better educators and role models for the sake of your children and our students. It is, and will always be, our goal to best prepare your children to be successful once they leave the friendly confines of Bolivar-Richburg. Please know that not only you, but we are looking out for their best interest as well. Here is to a happy and safe summer vacation to all. It has been an honor and a pleasure to work with such wonderful students and teachers and to serve such a prestigious school district and community. Yours in Education,
John R. Marshall Secondary Principal
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ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL’S NEWS
I can hardly believe that the end of the year is upon us and summer vacation will soon be here! For most students, this means that the formal learning process often ends, and they begin to show learning losses. This summer achievement loss is particularly evident in reading ability. Young readers who don’t continue to read over the summer, especially those who are reluctant or at-risk, are likely to lose crucial ground. In fact, the research is clear that children who don’t read during the summer can lose up to three months of reading progress and that loss has a cumulative, long-term effect. The following are some suggestions from PBS Parents for making your child’s summer full of literacy fun. ⌧ Be a reader and writer yourself. When you spend time reading books on the beach or even directions for how to put together the grill this summer, you demonstrate for your child that reading is both fun and useful. ⌧ Set aside a consistent time each day for reading. Depending on your family’s schedule, reading time might be in the morning, afternoon, or before bed. Whatever time you choose, stick to it, but also remember that flexibility around trips and special family events is OK. ⌧ Read aloud to your reader. As school-aged children become better readers, parents often stop reading aloud to them. However, by reading more difficult books aloud to your reader, you help him learn new vocabulary words, concepts, and ways of telling stories or presenting information. You also enjoy the closeness of sharing a book with your child. ⌧ Connect read-aloud choices to summer activities. Read your child books about camping, such as Webster and Arnold Go Camping, before or after a camping trip. When you read and discuss books about things your child has experienced, you help her learn important vocabulary and extend her understanding of experiences. ⌧ Allow your child to choose books for summer reading. While it is important for your child to complete reading required by his school, it is equally important for him to read about topics that interest him, whether it is insects, dragons, or a favorite fiction series. ⌧ Help your child select books at a comfortable level. Listen to your child read. If he reads smoothly, uses expression, and can accurately tell you what he read, the book is probably at a comfortable level. If you are having troubling judging, consult your local children’s librarian, who is likely to be an expert at matching books to readers. In addition, teach your child to use the “Rule of Thumb” in selecting books: If he makes 5 or more errors in reading a page of about 50 words, the book is too challenging. ⌧ Encourage your child not to limit summer reading to books. Encourage your child to read the sports page to check up on her favorite baseball team or to read children’s magazines such as Ranger Rick, National Geographic World, and New Moon. ⌧ Read a book and watch the video together. When you finish reading and viewing, discuss the similarities and differences and talk about which version you prefer. Many books, including Stone Fox, Sarah, Plain and Tall, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, are available in movie versions. ⌧ Take books along on outings. Pack books in your beach bag or picnic basket, and bring a stack on long car rides. You and your child can enjoy books together anywhere you go this summer. Also with the end of the year quickly approaching, the elementary school has planned a flurry of activities! With field trips, move-up days, kindergarten graduation, field day, awards assembly, etc. there are many opportunities for family and friends to join us in celebrating our students’, teachers’ and staff’s hard work throughout the school year. Please make sure to check the “End of the Year” schedule so that you don’t miss an event. Yours in Education, Michelle McDowell Elementary principal
At this year’s state meeting the B-R FCCLA won awards for Community Service, Families First, and Financial Fitness. Our Community service projects were: making and selling pink ribbon cookies for breast cancer awareness and heart cookies for “strengthen the children” a food for children program. With both projects we totaled over $500 in donations. At state meeting the following three members were installed as state officers, Briana Vennard - First Vice President and Membership/Alumni Chairperson; Kassandra Clark and Melody Witt as Co-Vice Presidents of Public Relations and Communications. This will be a very busy year for these ladies. The B-R FCCLA has elected officers for 2012-2013; they are as follows: President - Briana Vennard, Vice President - Heather Jordan, Secretary –Melody Witt, Co-treasurers – Kassandra Clark and Justine Anderson, Public Relations Brittany, Bulletin Board Chairman - Chris Perkins, and Historian Nakita Doxey. We are still collecting pull tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. This year we donated 53.5 pounds. Thank you to everyone that is helping with this community service. We are also collecting and recycling empty printer cartridges, and old phones, chargers, etc. Thanks again for your help with this project. B-R FCCLA and the New York Teen Safe Driving Coalition Partnered up for a project called Teen Crashes GTG* *Got to Go The events in May were: Traffic safety door decorating, car flyers, announcements on driver safety, lunch table information, battle of the belts and car cookie making, for awards for both the door decorating and battle of the belts. We hope people will remember the information while driving this summer.
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Above: Battle of the belt contest with Hannah Evingham, Regan Herne, Briana Vennard, and Katie Hackett.
At Right: Kali Learn and Makenna Herne in front of the first place door.
The Pre-K students worked hard throughout the month of May. We hatched 9 Painted Lady Butterflies. The students were able to witness the change from caterpillar to butterfly (and learned the word ‘metamorphosis’). We did some fun planting projects to celebrate spring. The students finished the whole alphabet (letter, sounds, and ‘sign’). We enjoyed an “Alphabet Party” to celebrate our success. The students printing, number knowledge, vocabulary skills, and confidence has really matured throughout the year. They are ready to enter the world of kindergarten! The students will spend a day in the kindergarten classrooms and touring the Elementary School. They are excited and a little apprehensive about their ‘new’ school. As Pre-K comes to an end for another year we have many fond memories to reflect on! Our annual Art Show was a great success. It was a spectacular exhibit featuring a year long collection of creative art work by Pre-K artists. We incorporated a multicultural theme from our visit to “Explore & More”. Each child took a brown box home and created something pertinent to one of the countries we visited (Mexico, South Africa, Vietnam, or The Netherlands). With the help of their family, they came back with amazing creative replicas of one of the countries. Four and five year olds have amazing minds!! A special thanks to Mrs. Pratt (a retired Pre-K friend) that volunteered every Tuesday as our Pre-K Librarian. She did a wonderful job and read us some exciting stories! Stop into the Pre-K if you have a child ready to enter Pre-K in the Fall.
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HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE
Mrs. Crandall-Bean SUMMER SCHOOL FOR GRADES 9-12 ANNOUNCED Summer school classes will again be held in two locations: at the Elm Street Academy in Cuba and at Wellsville High School. Students may attend either school since they both run the same dates, times, costs, courses, etc. Summer school classes will run from 8:00 AM – 9:55 AM and from 10:00 AM – 11:55AM. Students can take only one or two courses in summer school but no more. Classes run Mondays through Thursdays. There are no classes on Fridays. Summer school classes will run from July 9th to August 15th at a cost of $75 per course. Regents exams will be administered on August 16th and 17th. There is no extra charge for taking the Regents exam if the student takes a regents course. Students must bring their payment by June 29th to the B-R Guidance Office. B-RCS will provide a bus only to the Cuba campus at no cost to the student. The bus will leave the Bolivar building at 7:30 AM and return by around 12:30 PM. Students who take only one class will have to stay for the extra two hours if they ride our bus. They can either provide their own transportation or find a ride with other students or parents to avoid the long layover. Pupils who only want to retake a Regents exam without taking a summer school class may take the exam only at a cost of $25 per exam. Exams are offered at both summer school sites - the Elm Street Academy in Cuba or the Wellsville High School on August 16 and -17 (see your counselor for the exam schedule or the high school guidance website link regarding regents exams). One word of caution to parents: report cards will be mailed home to parents on Wednesday, June 27th. This means that parents may not see their child’s report card before the registration deadline for summer school. Parents should check the PowerSchool parent portal on-line to check final grades and/or communicate with their child’s teacher or school counselor during the final week of school to find out if the student passed a course. See below for final exam schedule.
SPECIAL BUDGET HEARING
Monday, June 11, 2012 6:30 PM High School Auditorium
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Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12 Noon to 8 PM Conference Room 107 Bolivar Building Qualifications of Voters To be a qualified voter you must be: • A citizen of the United States • At least 18 years of age • A resident of the Bolivar-Richburg Central School District for at least 30 days prior to the vote.
JUNE 12, 2012
The Business Ownership and Marketing Blood Drive, held on May 14, was a big success. Thirty-four people donated blood, which means that over 60 people were aided. We would like to thank all donors who gave the gift of blood. In addition, we would like to thank the Bolivar-Richburg faculty who were a great help. We also would like to acknowledge the support of the Bolivar-Richburg faculty for their support. Thank you, Mrs. Cady
JUNE 2012 BRCS HIGH SCHOOL FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE
***Final draft*** TUESDAY WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 JUNE 13 8:00-11:00am 8:00-11:00am English 9 RE in Global History English 10 THURSDAY FRIDAY JUNE 14 JUNE 15 8:00-11:00am 8:00-11:00am RE in US History RE in Comprehensive English MONDAY JUNE 18 8:00-11:00am RCT in Global Studies Spanish III local exam 11:45-2:45pm 11:45-2:45pm Global History RE in Physics 9 rm. 207 RCT in Science Spanish I local final RE = Regents exam RCT = Regents Competency Test (given only to students with disabilities) Note: All exams will be held in the lower gym except where noted No student may enter a morning Regents exam after 10:00am or leave a morning Regents exam before 10:00am. No student may enter an afternoon Regents exam after 2:00pm or leave an afternoon Regents exam before 2:00pm. Last Day of Regular Classes: Grade 6: Grade 7: Grade 8: Grades 9 -12: June 20th and June 21st (10:44 AM dismissal both days- Wed & Thurs.) Tuesday, June 12th Tuesday, June 12th Monday, June 11th (last day of BOCES as well) 11:45-2:45pm 11:45-2:45pm RE in Integrated RE in Earth Algebra Science 11:45-2:45pm 11:45-2:45pm 11:45-2:45pm RCT in Reading RE in Algebra RE in 2/Trigonometry Chemistry RCT in US History RCT in Math TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY JUNE 19 JUNE 20 JUNE 21 8:00-11:00am 8:00-11:00am 8:00-11:00am RE in Living RE in Environment Geometry (Biology) RCT in Writing
ATTENTION CLASS OF 2012
Graduation rehearsal will be held in the Bolivar auditorium on June 21st at 1PM. Attendance is mandatory.
Mrs. Hefner The sun has finally decided to shine, and that means summer vacation is coming up fast! Here are a few reminders to help you prepare for next school year. Students entering sixth grade will need to have a TdaP shot and either a varicella immunization or doctordocumented proof of having had chickenpox. Proof of immunization must be on file in the child’s health record. Students in grades 2, 4, 7, and 10 will be given physicals by Dr. Cudahy, the school doctor, if they have not already had a sports physical. If you do not want to have your child examined here in school, please contact either Mrs. Pierce or Ms. Hefner for a physical examination form for your doctor to complete and return to the school. Students in those grades will also have their vision and hearing checked next year. Parents will be notified of any findings that need further attention. All students who want to play sports must have a current physical on file in the Nurse’s Office. If there are any gym excuses outstanding from the previous year, the student must be cleared before participation will be approved. Height and weight information provided by physical exams will be submitted to the state Department of Health to track BMI (Body Mass Index). This information is confidential. Students who need medication during school hours must have a doctor’s order signed by the doctor and a parent or guardian. Permission to give medications must be updated every year. This applies to all medications, even selfadministered inhalers. Order forms can be obtained from the school nurse’s office. Finally, if your child has a health condition, please let the nurse know so she can plan care for that child. I hope you and your family have a great summer!
¢ Grade 7 & 8 students will take any final exams they have during their regularly scheduled class time. ¢ Graduation Rehearsal is Thursday, June 21st at 1:00 PM in the auditorium - attendance is mandatory!
FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
In 2011, New York State Board of Regents eliminated the foreign language proficiency exam that was typically given in 8th grade. This year, the same has happened to the Regents exam given at the end of the three year language sequence. Many students and parents have expressed to me that this means foreign language really doesn’t matter anymore at the high school level. This is not true – while the Board of Regents no longer creates the proficiency and Regents exam for foreign languages – the graduation requirements have not changed. According to state education requirements, students must complete two years of seat time and earn one high school credit of a Language Other Than English (LOTE). They must pass the 9th grade class (Spanish I) or the local equivalent of the proficiency exam. If students wish to graduate with an Advanced Designation Regents diploma, they need to take Spanish II and Spanish III and pass the local final exam. Although it is no longer called a “Regents” exam, students still must pass it in order to earn the credits needed for the Advanced Regents diploma. Nothing has changed for the students. The only difference is that the teachers must now create the test (instead of New York state sending a test to the school). Several teachers from our area met together to create the local equivalent for the Proficiency and the Regents exams. The curriculum for all the Spanish classes remains the same and the final exam follows the same format as the former proficiency and Regents exams. Students will still need to pass these exams to fulfill the graduation requirements. Please contact the guidance office, Ann Walker, or Brandi Lasnick for any questions you have regarding foreign language graduation requirements.
NEWS FROM THE ORCHESTRA PROGRAM
Congratulations to all the string players in grades 5-12 that attended this year’s 25th Annual Spring String Festival at Houghton College. BRCS had 72 students perform in the three orchestras. All the children behaved like ladies and gentlemen for the entire weekend as well as during the concert. Way to go BR! The Spring String Fling concert on May 23rd was wellattended and the students did a wonderful job. What a treat to put all those string players into one concert! On June 1st and 2nd, our more advanced string players performed here for the NYSSMA Zone 15 Westside solo festival. I felt the students put their best effort into their playing and I am very proud. Our scores were excellent! Remember, on vacations you can never do too much fiddling around. Keep playing and enjoying good music. Have a safe and restful summer! Ms. Jennifer Berg BRCS Director of Orchestras
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT NEWS
On May 7, 2012, Financial Advisor, Mr. John McLaughlin of Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated, Olean, NY, answered questions students in Financial Management had regarding saving and investing. Mr. McLaughlin helped students understand how to develop a personal financial portfolio consisting of: U.S. Savings Bonds, U.S. Treasury Issues, Federal Agency Securities, Insured Savings and Checking Accounts and Insured Certificates of Deposit. Mr. McLaughlin showed students the power of compound interest. Students were shown that if they contribute $176.44 a month to a savings account they will have $1 million. Students asked financial planning questions that dealt with stocks, bonds, credit cards and credit rating reports (FICO Scores). Mr. McLaughlin, the father of Financial Management Student, Holly McLaughlin, provided students with a wealth of information. Mrs. Cady and her class deeply appreciate the time Mr. McLaughlin took to share his Financial Advisement skills. Mrs. Cady
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Fun for the whole family!
JUNE 12, 2012
Family Literacy Night
Hosted by the Elementary Reading Department When: June 14th, 6:30-8:00 Where: Richburg Elementary Cafeteria
Come join us for an evening filled with snacks, crafts, and reading!
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Birthdays June: August: 22- Tasha Winans-Brownell 4- Ryan Greeson July: 7- Joseph Collins 10- Paityn Johnston 14- Antonio Chudy 11- Ryder Easton 17- Breanna Militello 12- Hunter Stuck 26- Kadin Tompkins 16- Garrett Faes 28-Tayler Rockefeller 19- Dennis Rhodes 20- Bradley Johnson 26- Landon Danaher 30- Jessica Majot Have a GREAT summer! See you in September!
Miss Glover, Mrs. Lovell, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Rickicki….. Wow! The end of the year is here already. We can’t believe that the year is almost over. We have finished all of our new sight words and are now reviewing and practicing all sight words and letters of the alphabet. We have also begun the last unit in our reading series. We are learning about building with different types of materials and tools. This is a review unit for the students to work on the vowels. Kindergarten graduation will be held on Tuesday, June 19 at 9:00am in the elementary gym. This will be the last day of school for the kindergarten students only. They will be dismissed following the graduation festivities. Happy Graduation to all the kindergarten students! We are so proud of you! We will miss you all! The kindergarten teachers would like to say a very special thank you to Mrs. Johnson from Colonial Library for coming and reading to us all year! Thank you so much Mrs. Johnson for the extra books and reading! The students especially thank you for the awesome scavenger hunt you had for us! Congratulations to Roman Johnston and Caden Giardini for being selected students of the month. We would like to wish the following students a happy birthday: Zachary Mitchell (June 2), Paige Perrin (June 7), Dakota Evingham (June 14), Alexis Wray (June 15), Lily Robak (June 16), Destiny Learn (June 20), Madeline Thornton (June 23), Shaelyn Maples (July 9), Haydan McDonnald (July 11), Krysta Kane (July 19), Brehden Osgood (July 24), Madelyn Baldwin (August 14), Makaila Miess, and Lakoda Champlin (August 18), Anthony Densmore (August 27), Jaykob Brisky (August 28), and Claire Pangburn (August 30). We wish everyone a safe and wonderful summer!! Mrs. Farwell, Mrs. Ferris, Mrs. McClellan, Mrs. Scott..... It sure has been a busy year in first grade! We can’t believe it is over already. The First Grade Team is extremely proud of how hard our students have worked this year and how much they have grown academically and in character. Way to go! In reading, we will complete out the year by studying the theme “Great Ideas.” We will discuss ways to solve problems, as well as notable inventors who thought creatively to solve problems in their world. Please continue to read daily with your child over the summer to help students keep the skills they have been working on fresh in their heads! Math flash cards, telling time, names and values of coins, and counting as high as you can are all great activities to practice over the summer as well. We are looking forward to several important days in June. On Thursday June 14, we will be taking a field trip around the town of Bolivar. We will be visiting many important places in our community and learning how each one plays a role in making our town a great place to live. We also have our Field Day and Cookout scheduled for Friday, June 15. We plan on having lots of fun! We have some first graders celebrating their birthday this month. Birthday wishes go out to: Nolan Martin: June 19 Saige Crainer: June 22 Parker Worth: June 19 Castity Gowdy: June 26 Trilee Blauvelt: June 21 Summer birthday wishes go out to: David Baldwin: July 3 Dakoda Puccinelli: August 2 Lukas Miller: July 6 Aidan Prentice: August 4 Madison Carney: July 9 Dylan Crawford: August 5 Allison Zilker: July 13 Ian Dudley: August 5 Malayna Ayers: July 15 Mary Collins: August 15 Zane Lehman: July 15 Ethen Lewis: August 20 Ethan Ellis: July 22 Kudos to Dylan Crawford, Kelsey Ward, Hannah Barcus, and Katie Fowler! They were selected as student of the month in their respective classrooms. What great role models these students are - super job! Have a great summer and keep reading!
Mrs. Cawley, Mrs. Hill, Mr. Smith….. How quickly the year has gone! Over the long summer break, it is important for your child the read on a regular basis. A visit to one of the local libraries will offer a multitude of good books and hours of reading fun. Practicing math facts will also help counteract the “summer slide” and make September math easier. The student of the month from Mrs. Cawley’s class is Kadence Kreamer. She is very helpful and is a good friend to all. Mrs. Hill’s students of the month are Olivia Marshall and Mary Carll. Both of these girls are always willing to help others, work hard, and have a positive attitude about school. Mr. Smith’s student of the month is Dalton Cutler. He is a good friend and works hard. Congratulations to all! The following people are celebrating June birthdays: June 5- Kohl Budaj, June 6Brennen Gilliland, June 7- Aliyah Cole, June 8-Gracie Thomas and Jesse Taylor, June 17- George Weston, June 23- Kadence Kreamer, and June 27- Dustin Skinner. Enjoy your special day! Over the summer, the following people will be having birthdays: July 8-Dominick Baldwin, July 12-Sam Thornton, July 21-Thomas TJ Duchesne, July 25-Paige Taylor, and July 29-Roger Geist. The August birthdays are August 7–Emma Murphy and Taylor Murphy and August 28-Ben Roberts. Hope you each have a fantastic birthday!
Mrs. Perry, Mr. Pruch, Miss Weitzel….. 4th Grade Science Fair results: The 4th Grade Science Fair was held on Thursday, May 31. 58 of 62 Students had a project for the Fair. Sixteen judges looked them over, and here are the results: The Mr. Piatt Awards go to Color Changing Carnations, Amber Bucher, and Liquid Evaporation, Katie Farrell; The Mrs. Smith Awards to Color Changing Milk, Kaylee Middaugh, and Glow in the Dark Flowers, Cassidy Cole and Madison Cowles; The Mrs. McDowell Award goes to Riley Danaher, Get Off the Phone The Mrs. Greene Award to Solar Food Drying, Makayla Kreamer; The Mrs. Ebeling Awards to Plant Growth and Liquids, Amber Mundorrf, and Plant Growth and Grass, Harold Bennett; The Mrs. Britt Award to Jacob McDonald, Cleaning Green; The Mr. Feuchter Award to Tyler Morris’s Volcano; The Miss Bell Award goes to Tooth Whitening, Macy Jones and Maggie Schiralli; Mr. Conklin’s Award is given to Oldie Moldy, Autumn Geist; Mrs. Perry Award to How to Clean Green, Felicity Mattison and Jaydon McDonald; The Miss French Award goes to Geodes, Chris Carpenter; Mrs. Crowley Award goes to Josie Nolan and Victoria Stuck, Nature’s Tie-Dye; Mrs. Busack Awards go to Magnets and Cranes, Hunter and Chase Murray, and Straw Planes, RJ Giordano; Mr. Schott loved the Solar System by Alissa Wright; Mrs. Capawan was so impressed that she awarded three prizes to Tanks, from Gabe Coats and Skyler Hess, Caleigh’s Crystals, Caleigh Sisson, and Going Green, Jordon McDonald; Mrs. Scribner Awards Veda Burdick for Fruits and Veggies that Conduct Electricity, and Seth Brisky’s Battle of the Batteries; And Mr. Pruch’s Awards go to Skylar DeBoer’s Iron in Mini-Wheats and Crystals, by Gabe Thornton and Angel Liller. Great job kids! Thanks a lot judges, and thanks to the judges who contributed prizes!
Mrs. Smith & Miss French….. As the school year comes to an end, I would like to thank all of the 5th graders for an AWESOME year in ELA class! I have actually had the pleasure of teaching you for three years! Your smiles and enthusiasm for learning will be greatly missed! All of you have the ability to succeed, and I wish you the best in 6th grade! ☺ The “Student of the Month” in our classroom is Lydia Pompa. Lydia is an excellent student! She is very kind and helpful to her classmates. Her energetic personality makes her a lot of fun to be around! ☺ Happy Birthday wishes go out to: Markus Thomas – June 1 Hannah Clark – July 24 Cassidy Sawyer – June 3 Grace Pierce – August 21 Lily Blauvelt – June 26 Rebecca Clark – August 31 Willy Beaton – July 1 Have a safe and relaxing summer! Don’t forget to grab a good book, find a shady spot, and read, read, read. ☺ Mrs. Greene….. The school year is just about over, and I would like to take this time to thank all my students for all the effort and hard work they put forth this year. I hope they learned a lot, I know I did. I want to wish you all a very happy, healthy, relaxing summer. Think “Hot” weather!!
Mr. Bogey, Mrs. Livingston, Ms. Miles, Miss Scoville..... Wow! I can’t believe the end of the school year is here. It seems just like yesterday that the second graders walked into our classrooms, and now we are getting ready to send them on to 3rd grade. Second graders have been super busy reading and learning all about the history of baseball, different cultures, the wild west, and the history of the American Flag. In reading, we have been learning about author’s purpose, cause and effect, fact and opinion as well as learning how to identify the main idea and details of a passage. Please continue to read over the summer with your child. In math, we have learned how to measure using inches and centimeters. We have started learning how to multiply using arrays and repeated addition. You can help your child this summer by having them continue practicing their math facts to 20 and start memorizing their multiplication facts to get ready for 3rd grade. We have continued to work on life skills in math such as telling time to 5 minutes and counting money. Mrs. Livingston’s student of the month for June is Ryder Easton. Mr. Bogey’s student of the month for June is Chloe Gilliland. Miss Scoville’s student of the month for June is Sydney Feldbauer. Ms. Miles’ student of the month for June is Damien Billings.
We would like to THANK everyone who helped make our Walk-a-thon a success! We raised $918.37 for the American Cancer Society! K - $118.34 1st - $88.23 2nd - $136.22 3rd - $163.49 4th - $128.42 5th - $198.67 Staff - $85.00 Your generous donations will help find a cure for cancer! Thanks again… ☺ Hannah Clark & Lydia Pompa ☺
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PAINT- Mobile home, RV Elasto Meric roof coating not for EPDM rubber TPO roofing, white, two gallons, $20 per gal. 814-4657792. fb BOOTHS AND TABLES- Beautiful oak padded seats and backs. Must see. Call 814-778-5687, message. 2/12pb GOOD USED KENMORE GAS STOVE with grill in the middle, old but works. Missing two knobs but easy to turn, oven works. Be great for camp. Call 814-887-2405, leave message will return call. $50 o.b.o. pb FOR SALE- 3 cushion full size sofa, green in color, $20. Call 814697-6068. fb 3 LONG HAIRED KITTENS- Ready to go, litter trained, 1 male, 2 females. Call John at 814-697-7057, after 8pm. fb CAR SEAT / STROLLER- Was $250. Sell for $70. Has temperature gauge on it. 814-225-6011. fb WESTERN BOOKS- Good shape, $2 ea. Dean Shores, 45 Sartwell Creek Rd., Port Allegany, Pa. 814-642-2678. fb AFFORDABLE POOL PACKAGES to fit everyone’s budget!! We do our own installations. 25# chlorine tablets, 3” on sale now$88. Jacques’ Spas & Pools Coudersport, PA : 814-274-2212. Olean, NY: 716-372-4276. www.jacquesspasandpools.com 4/22cb SIX STEPS FOR MANAGING YOUR STUDENT LOAN THE CLOCK STARTS NOW HESC offers planning tips for recent college grads Albany, NY (05/25/2012)(readMedia)- The ink is barely dry on college diplomas, but the clock is ticking on the six-month grace period for federal student loans. Recent college graduates are reminded that repayment on their federal student loans will begin in November. New grads are encouraged to review their loan repayment options and their rights and responsibilities as borrowers. The New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC), the State’s financial aid agency that helps people pay for college, offers guidance in preparation for repayment at its web site, www.hesc.ny.gov 1. Make and stick to a budget. Developing a personal budget will help you live within your income and manage your payments. There are a number of budgeting tools available to help establish your budget, or you can use the HESC Budget Builder found on HESC.ny.gov; remember to meet your “needs” first, then your “wants” as you can afford. Revisit your budget regularly to make adjustments as necessary. 2. Know Your Lender or Servicer. Do you know where your federal loan is and how much you owe? Since you took your student loan, your original lender may have contracted with a servicer or sold your loan to another company. Either way, you will still have the same rights and responsibilities outlined in your original loan. The National Student Loan Data System
(NSLDS) can provide you with a history of your federal student loans. 3. Read and keep all documents pertaining to your student loans. Be sure to understand all the terms regarding your loans and how much you will be expected to pay each month. Keep copies of all paperwork relating to your loan in your financial aid file. 4. Choose a repayment plan. When it’s time to start repaying your student loans, you can select a repayment plan that’s right for your financial situation. Generally, you’ll have from 10 to 25 years to repay your loan, depending on the repayment plan you choose. Standard repayment- Pay a fixed amount each month. The minimum monthly payment for this option is $50 and the loan must be repaid within ten years. This is the most cost effective plan as it minimizes the amount of interest you will have to pay. Extended repayment- Extended repayment is for borrowers who owe a minimum of $30,000 within a specific federal student loan program. Payment amounts are either fixed or graduated and can have a maximum repayment period of 25 years. This plan is generally more expensive than the Standard plan because the loan balance decreases more slowly while interest continues to accrue. Graduated repayment- This repayment plan starts out with low payments that increase over time, usually every 2 years. You must repay the loan within 10 years and the minimum payment must cover the interest that accrues on your loan between payments. Graduated repayment is more expensive than the Standard plan because more interest accrues early in repayment. Your earlier monthly payments are lower than later payments, causing the loan balance to decrease at a slower rate. Income-sensitive repayment- Income-sensitive repayment is based on your annual income at the time you begin repayment. As your income increases or decreases, so do your payments. Your income status is reviewed annually and you have 10 years to pay your loan. This plan is more expensive than the Standard plan and usually more expensive than the Graduated plan. More interest accrues because you are taking longer to pay down your principal balance. Income-based repayment- Known as IBR, payments are based on your monthly income and family size as compared with the national standard poverty level. This repayment plan is for individuals with exceptional financial hardship or who are pursuing careers in public service. The loan term may exceed 10 years and you may qualify for cancellation of any outstanding balance of your loan if you repay under this plan and meet certain other requirements. 5. Start Repayment. After the grace period, you’ll start repaying your federal student loans. You can prepay part or the entire loan principal at any time without penalty, saving you money on interest. Ask your lender to apply any
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Stanley Weintraub, a National Book Award finalist, reveals that the smoke had hardly cleared from the attack on Hawaii when Winston Churchill dodged enemy subs across the Atlantic so he could meet in Washington with Roosevelt and discuss strategy with his new war ally. Churchill arrived on Dec. 22 and remained through the holidays, attending the lighting of the national Christmas tree on the South Lawn and enjoying a traditional Christmas dinner in the White House.
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The first known use of O.K. was in the New York New Era in 1840 as part of a name: The Democratic O.K. Club. O.K. was an abbreviation for Old Kinderhook, a nickname for future president Martin Van Buren. Kinderhook, New York was Van Buren’s birthplace. ORGANIZED GROCERIES Here are some tips on saving on groceries. Date everything you buy, including dry, canned, and frozen foods. This allows you to rotate your pantry stock to reduce the problem of items becoming out of date. We just write the month and year on each item with a waterproof marker. With freezer items, this is a little more work, but we keep a running inventory on a master list on top of the freezer. Our categories include beef, pork, chicken, seafood, vegetable, fruit, bread, juice, and miscellaneous. Then, every three months or so, we do a complete freezer inventory and place the older items on a shelf by themselves. We also keep a separate “use up” list of what’s on that shelf and use it to plan menus. We have rarely had to dispose of food that has gone bad. TSD
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HOUSE FOR SALE- 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, 2 story nicer home in Eldred, Pa. 1900 sq. ft. plus a large garage. New furnace and replacement windows, dining room, living room, family room. Residential area with a small yard. Appliances included. Reduced to $75,000. 814-225-4497. 10/22pb ——————————————————————————————— TOPSOIL BLENDED WITH COMPOST THEN SCREENED. Also, composted cow manure. Loaded on your pickup. Call for price, Eldred area, 814-598-6559. 2/5pb ——————————————————————————————— DALE’S BARBER-STYLING SHOP: 157 Main Street, Eldred, PA, 814-225-3436. Walk-ins daily. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. e.o.w.tfcb FOR SALE- 1987 Chevy Corvette, removable glass top, am/fm radio, a.t., 94,600 miles, new tires, a.c., good condition, no winter miles, stored inside. $10,500. 585-928-1324. 2/5pb WEB TIP: When searching for businesses and/or classified ads on www.moneysaveradvertising.com enter a certain number of miles to “search radius” to widen or narrow your search. 4/5fb IT’S OUTTA HERE! Whether you’re selling a car, a house, a sports card collection or a washer/dryer combo, a Moneysaver reader ad gets the word out. So whatever you’re selling will find a new home...fast! BOOKS -- Recommended Reading “Pearl Harbor: FDR Leads the Nation Into War” by Steven M. Gillon “Pearl Harbor Christmas: A World at War, December 1941” by Stanley Weintaub Reviewed by Larry Cox During the late summer and early autumn of 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt and top senior advisers
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assumed that an attack by the Japanese was imminent. U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull observed that Japan was actively engaged on “a mission of conquest of the entire Pacific” and that its government had a “long record of duplicity in international dealings.” Roosevelt, after reading secret coded messages from the Japanese in early December, knew that the chance for peace had been lost, but believed the Japanese target would be British Malaya, the Dutch West Indies or perhaps the Philippines. Little did he realize that the attack would occur much closer to home. This Dec. 7 marks the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor and our entry into World War II. Although dozens of books have been written about the subject, two new accounts are exceptional pieces of historical reporting about one of the defining events of the 20th century. “Pearl Harbor” by Steven M. Gillon, a professor of history at the University of Oklahoma, documents the 24 hours that followed the attack, beginning with the first dispatches received at the White House through FDR’s address to Congress the next day. As fast paced as any novel, Gillon provides readers with a dramatic examination of this crucial juncture in our history.
FOOD ON THE ROAD If you travel for business, then you know food on the road can be unhealthy and expensive. You’re limited by time, availability, and whether or not your hotel room has a fridge. Since my work travel almost always involves a plane, I try to take a few granola bars and some dried fruit on my trip. Before I get to my destination, I’ve already looked up grocery stores in the area. I stock up on snacks like granola bars, dried fruit, fruit leathers, sparkling water (as a treat because I love it and don’t drink soda), whole fruit and vegetables, nuts, and rice cakes to name a few. This works for me because I can snack throughout the day at a convention without paying too much for unhealthy food, and I know what I am getting. I can also tap this stash for a quick breakfast when I’m in a hurry or dinner when it is just too late. It also keeps while I am traveling home, and my family will finish eating whatever I bring home. -Emily L. SAVE YOUR HAIR! I found that drying my hair with the cool setting on the hair dryer prevents/tames frizzies, especially in this hot, humid weather. It works better than using all sorts of hair products that don’t work. -Lilly P.
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M A 14149 Rte. 6 Smethport, Pa 16749 N New Listing! A Newly Reduced! Ceres G Township 79 acres that is fully Smethport E accessable by ATV Great Commercial building on Main Street Eldred trails. Three bedroom secluded camp/home immediate occupancy. Large retail Well kept 3 bedroom ranch with attached 1 with bath and is fully furnished. All equipment M ready forplus availablility of several office space car garage. Paved driveway. Enclosed rear is included. Timber value and great hunting. options on the main floor. Spacious rental on porch. E Spectacular view that is rarely found. second floor. MOTIVATED SELLER! #6178 $389,900 #7519 $69,900 #5018 $65,900 N Price Reduced! INVESTMENT PROPERTY: T •
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Port Allegany Borough Ranch home with 3 bedrooms, full basement and 2 car garage. Great starter home. $59,900 #7494
M Nancy Rathbun -Broker A N Port Allegany A 1 and 1/2 story home with 3 bedrooms in the G borough. First floor has 2 bedrooms E and bath. High efficiency furnace and hot water tank both M less than a year old. Quiet neighborhood. $39,000 #6630 E N Bradford 92 Congress T
Street. Former Church. 1 story. 3,050 sq. ft. plus basement. Many possibilities. Call for details.
Mobile home with addition. 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bath, 0.67 acre. Good rural location. Excellent camp.
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Older mobile home with addition on a secluded level lot. Perfect for hunting camp or just a quiet get away.
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Private 98 acres with several panoramic views on dead end road. Ideal for your dream home, pond.
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P R O Liberty Township 3 bedroom manufactured rancher over P full basement on approximately 8 quiet Annin Township Country Home & secluded acres. 2 car garage in 2 story, 4 bedroom home on 4 secluded acres. E with many spectacular views and Covered deck overlooks large, private back basement & family room or shop. Small possibilities. Full basement, garage and yard. Comfortable and spacious living area. stream and some forest land. R pool. #7126 $120,000 #7127 $141,000 #7492 $130,000 T Y M A N A G E M E N T • P R O P E R T Y
Smethport Borough M Shinglehouse Borough Log and modular ranch home on 10+ Eldred Township Building has many possibilities such as Liberty Township acres. Beautiful views of hills and 2 bedrooms, one bath ranch home on the A office, previously restaurant, full nature. In-ground swimming pool with "Lickety Split" and batting cages. banks of the Allegheny River. One car basement, fireplace, seller will consider pool building. Six bedrooms and two 3/4 Equipment available. Two rental attached plus two car detached garage N offer. bathrooms. Fireplace in entrance room. apartments. Great location. and barn. Convenient location. $175,000 #7189 $118,000 #7196 $49,900 #7258 #7517 #7198 $89,900 A $275,000 Just Reduced! G E New Price! M Bradford City Eldred Borough Liberty Township Eldred Township Great investment opportunity. Large 5-6 bedroom Port Allegany Home is in “Move in condition”. Three bedroom manufactured home with E Great 3 bedroom starter home or camp in duplex/single family home with adjoining open Many possibilities for this property that Double corner lot with a detached the country with a large yard and 1 car fireplace in living room. Also full lot. Three car detached garage includes full is located on a corner lot. garage paved driveway. basement and detached garage. garage. basement with access from rear street. N #7374 #7290 $99,000 #7271 $78,900 $49,500 #7267 $52,000 #7270 $69,500 T
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3 bedrooms, Country two story home on 8.7 acres P 2Two story log home with garage on 4.5 Ranch Style home with 3 bedrooms and One story camp on 17.6 acres, wooded baths and 2 car attached with full basement and detached two with small stream, remote location. 2 full baths. 4 bay garage. acres. car garage. R $169,000 $59,500 #7357 $85,000 #7312 $155,000 #7377 #7299 $90,000 #7324 O New Price! Port P Allegany Eldred Very well Borough E kept Cape Cod over Cozy two story, full useable two bedroom R basement on Port Allegany Shinglehouse Borough home walking distance to downtown. Port Allegany Borough a quiet corner lot. 3 or 4 bedrooms, hardwood Country setting home on 5.8 acres. Two Great starter home or for those looking to 2 story home with 2 bedrooms, great One story home on large corner lot with T floors, breezeway to one car garage, paved story with 4/5 bedrooms with updates. downsize. driveway. Lovely home only... starter home or investment property. detached garage/shop area. #7444 $39,900 #7491 $68,900 #7448 $45,000 #7437 #7493 $99,900 Y $84,900
26 acres with one story home and two bedrooms, small stream, suitable for permanent home or seasonal.
M Listing! A Port Allegany Borough Very nice two bedroom double-wide on Bradford Township N 13.16 acres with 3 bedroom home just outside rented lot. Large open living area. Lovely Bradford City Port Allegany Borough deck and back yard with gentle sound of Two story home next to ball field with 3 Two story home with 4 bedrooms, city limits. Large barn/garage and shed with A fenced in areas. Stone fireplace in back yard. creek. Carport and two storage sheds. bedrooms and integral garage. excellent family home. Storage building. #7499 $69,900 #7449 $35,000 $94,000 #7470 $109,900 #7500 G Smethport Borough LAND E 804 West Green Street. Wooded 1.2 M E N T
M A Port Allegany Borough One story home with many updates. N Two bdrms., full basement, rear deck, shed & one car detached garage. Central air/generator. $72,000 #7511 A G VACANT LAND! Keating Township E Eldred Township acre lot with water and sewage 4.3 level, secluded, wooded Vacant Land. 83.4 acres wooded acreage that available. acres suitable for building. Norwich Township M Quiet country setting. $29,500 #6137 borders New York State border, good hunting area. COUNTRY LIVING!! Quiet with beautiful $74,000 #7334 $12,000 #7498 views on 11.5 acres! Very well maintained, Liberty Township E Roulette Township fully remodeled 1-2 bedroom single wide with Eldred Borough New Listing! Ceres Township 12 acres with 4 bedrooms and garage. a sun room additon and full finished walk out 72.5 acres with mobile home, many 3 unit income property with potential for a 79 acres that is fully acc. by ATV trails. 3 bdrms. secluded Unique home built in the architectural basement. Central air/heat. OGM rights 4th unit. Appliances included. Walking possibilities, originally airstrip, great for camp/home with bath and is fully furnished. All equipment is N style of Frank Lloyd Wright. included if owned by seller. distance to downtown Eldred. farming. included. Timber value and great hunting. Spectacular view. #7516 $169,000 #7501 $389,000 $97,000 #7512 $225,000 #7519 T #7364 $84,900
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DONNA’S DAY: CREATIVE FAMILY FUN By Donna Erickson Fabric Blooms Brighten Back-to-School Wardrobe There’s flower power in kids’ and their moms’ imaginations. Just ask 35-year-old Robyn Anderson, busy mom of three active daughters. “I love fabric and can’t get enough of prints, stripes and dots,” she said as she unveiled before me piles of trendy cotton yardage she has collected here and there. “If I see clothing and accessories in the store that look simple and cute, I say to myself, “Now I can make that!” Her latest inspiration blossomed when she and her 6-year-old daughter, Ocean, noticed flower-shaped fabric hair clips and embellishments in fall’s back-to-school fashion. Layered petal-shaped fabric pinched together with buttons and an added clasp or pin on the back looked easy enough for them to make themselves, so they gave it a try. And yes, the blooms were a snap to make. Get started creating one-of-a-kind adorable flower accessories too, using these simple steps. You’ll soon discover that like flowers in nature, each one is unique. Once you make a few, share the creativity with other moms and their daughters for a get-together of creative and fashionable fun. Here’s what you’ll need for one flower hair clip or clothing accessory: --Paper, pencil and scissors --Four 5-inch-by-5-inch pieces of cotton fabric or felt pieces in contrasting colors --Fabric glue --Button --Hair clasp or brooch pin, available in craft stores --Needle and thread 1. Make patterns. First, draw a 3-1/2-inch-wide shape on paper that resembles a three-leaf clover without the stem. (Pick clover from your yard for inspiration or look for a perfect clover shape in a book or online. Notice that each leaf is heart shaped as you begin drawing.) Draw two more shapes that are 2 1/2 inches and 2 inches in width. 2. Set patterns on fabric, outline with a pencil and cut out. You’ll want two 3-1/2-inch shapes. 3. Stack and arrange cut-out shapes from the two largest 3 1/2 inch shapes to the smallest to resemble a flower, gluing each layer in place at the center point. Let glue dry, then pinch the center a bit and sew a button on top through all slightly pinched layers. 4. Sew hair clasp or glue brooch pin to the center of the back of the base. Tip: Creating and crafting with school-age kids provides ideal opportunities for teaching and practicing new skills such as using sharp scissors or threading a needle. *** Donna Erickson’s award-winning series “Donna’s Day” is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donna’s Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is “Donna Erickson’s Fabulous Funstuff for Families.” King Features Synd. (c) 2011 Donna Erickson
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OSWAYO VALLEY MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL Shinglehouse, PA 16748 Thirty four members of the Oswayo Valley Middle/High School Class of 2012 were recognized at the annual Senior Recognition Program Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at the middle/ high school. Special awards and scholarships were presented to selected seniors by representatives of several scholarship programs. Over $93,000 in scholarships sponsored by local organizations were made available to the Oswayo Valley graduates. Scholarships and awards were presented to: Patricia Gerhart: American Legion Scholarship, Sharon Lodge #598 Scholarship, Eureka Chapter 52-Order of the Eastern Star Scholarship, Oswayo Valley Music Boosters ScholarshipAlternate, Chris Shall Memorial Scholarship, Shinglehouse Volunteer Fire Company Scholarship; Nicholas Goss: Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Physical Education Sponsored by Ebeling Bus Service; Thomas Gross: Third Honors, OVTA Award, Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Science-Sponsored by anonymous donation, Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Math-Sponsored by School Administration, Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Technology, EducationSponsored by Wayne Paving Inc., US Army National Reserve Scholar/Athlete Award, American Legion Scholarship, F.L. and Alice Donovan Memorial Scholarship, Oswayo Valley Sports Boosters Scholarship, Joe Lundy Memorial Scholarship, Irene Wellman Shelley Memorial Scholarship; Brandi Harris: Melissa Drake Memorial Scholarship, The Norton Scholarship Trust; Nathan Hewitt: Academic Wall of Fame in the area of Computers- Sponsored by Ram Forest Products; Mykalah Kellogg: Oswayo Valley Sports Boosters Scholarship, Joe Lundy Memorial Scholarship-Alternate, Shinglehouse Volunteer Fire Company Scholarship-alternate, Shinglehouse Volunteer Ambulance Association Scholarship; Alexis
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611 W.State St., Olean, NY 14760 Locally Owned & Operated Phone: 716-373-5391 Fax: 716-373-5393 Hrs: Mon.-Thurs. 9am-5:30pm; Fri. 9am-8pm; Sat. 10am-3pm www.carpetxpress.net Same Name • Same Location • Same Owners “The bottom line is Always less at Carpet Express!” FORD MODEL 532 SMALL SQUARE HAY BALER- Baler is in next to new condition. Wake up hobby farmers! Only $3,500. 814598-9292. 2/12pb ——————————————————————————————— BAR AND CHAIN OIL SPECIAL- $33.00 CASE / $8.25 GALLON for low temperature and regular. Canfield’s Outdoor Power Equipment, Inc. 814-697-6233. www.canfieldsoutdoor.com. tfcb ——————————————————————————————— 1999 DODGE RAM PICKUP- Extended cab, short box, 318 V8, a.t., 4x4, beautiful candy apple red, 132,000 mi., truck is in very excellent condition, $7,600. 814-598-9292. 2/12pb TWIN TIER CHRISTIAN RIDERS MEETING Local Chapter of Christian Motorcyclists Association- 2nd Saturday of the month, 9am at Fox’s Pizza, Eldred, Pa. Weather permitting, ride to follow. All visitors welcome! tffb BEFORE YOU MOVE This is the time of year when people move out of town. There is a federal law that says you can’t load canned goods, aerosol cans, food products, plants, etc. onto a moving van or rented moving truck. Instead of throwing out these items, share them with others. For instance, the local food bank could use unopened frozen and canned foods. Perhaps a nursing home could distribute any plants to residents who have few visitors. The battered women’s shelter could use all of the above items, along with toiletries. Habitat for Humanity or ReStore may be able to use paint, spray paint, varnish or other products in your garage. Other charitable thrift stores, such as Salvation Army, Goodwill, etc., can sell your unwanted household goods, furniture and clothing. You can get a tax deduction by donating to these charities. Are there needy families in your church that could benefit from items you’re not taking along? Or, simply give things to friends and neighbors. All of this will help keep items out of the landfill and benefit other frugal folks.
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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 2nd & 4th Sundays.................6:00pm COME, SHARE, REJOICE! Celebrate God’s Grace, Witness For Jesus Christ. FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 1108 Rte. 19 South at Yorks Corners Wellsville, NY 14895 Pastor: Vernon Dean 585-268-9826 Church: 585-593-5834 Sunday School............10:00am Classes for all ages Morning Worship. . . . . . .11:00am Nursery Available Sun. Eve. Service.........6:00pm Wed.: Adult Prayer, Bible Study & Praise.............7:00pm
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Wasp & Yellow Jacket Foam Jet blast 22 ft. Kills wasps, hornets and yellow jackets. Fast-acting, blanketing foam. Waterbased formula.
01-01, FWH16, 0-21709-02216-2
Dura-Driver 7-in-1 Interchangeable Bit Screwdriver Seven Interchangeable bits: #1 Phillips x 3/ 16” slotted, #2 Phillips x 9/32” slotted, 1/4” x 5/16” nutdriver & 7/16” nutdriver. Cushioned rubber comfort grip for slippage control. Ergonomic, high high efficiency, high torque handle for ease of use. Industrial strength 52 steel bits for long life.
01-04, SDMB7CDP, 0-37103-16654-8
Quick Edge Tungsten Carbide Sharpener & Lockback Knife Combo Tungsten carbide sharpening heads are reversible and replaceable. Designed with an ergonomic grip finger guard and thumb rest. Lockback knife included. (Not for use with serrated blade). Colors may vary by location.
01-03, LSTCS-070, 0-80999-09882-0
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DOLLARS AND SENSE BY David Uffington Is Your Food Still Safe to Eat? In light of the government’s likely cuts in funding for foodsafety surveillance, it’s more important than ever to be alert to recalls and news about food-borne illnesses. The Microbiological Data Program, sure to be axed from the annual budget, was set up in 2001 to test thousands of fruit and vegetables, many times more than are tested by the Food and Drug Administration. Results of those tests are then shared immediately with the FDA, and if necessary, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Given the recent outbreak of salmonella in cantaloupe and bean burgers, and E. coli in cheese and sprouts, it falls to us to be more vigilant on food safety, especially if some safeguards are going away. Here are some steps you can take
to ensure that the food your family eats is safe. If you haven’t set up your computer for automatic foodsafety alerts, do it now. Go to the FDA website at www.fda.gov/ safety/recalls and sign up for email or SMS/text message notices. If you have a farmer’s market near you, inquire about how the crops are grown and fertilized. Make sure any manure comes only from herbivore animals, not carnivores, which can contain the very parasites and bacteria that you’re trying to avoid. Remember that “organic” means no antibiotics or synthetic ingredients, but it doesn’t completely guarantee your safety. Grow your own. Many localities now allow a small number of chickens to be kept, even in urban yards. A half-dozen chickens will provide enough eggs for your family ... and if you’re so
inclined, the occasional Sunday dinner. Get expert advice and study the feeds you provide. Know where it came from. Feed can be contaminated by a variety of bacteria, including salmonella. The FDA also reports on chicken-feed pellets and had one recall last year because of metal fragments. Whatever the chicken eats ends up in your eggs. With vegetables, you can control the process from start to finish. Consult your county extension office for advice on soils and any additives needed to bring it up to par. Keep pets away from your garden and the source of water you use on the plants. (Whatever is in the water is taken into the plant and can’t just be washed off.) Check www.foodsafety.gov for information on recalls and food handling safety. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.
Outdoor Fogger Twin Pack To enjoy your backyard this summer, create a bite-free zone with Cutter® brand. Repels and kills mosquitoes and other annoying insects. Perfect for backyards, decks, patios and picnic areas. 2-16 oz. foggers per pack.
01-11, 65704, 0-71121-65704-6
CitroGuard™ American Holiday Candle Patriotic flag design will dress up the backyard for summer barbeques. Triple wick citronella candle. 20 oz.
01-13, 95993, 0-71121-95993-5
Bald Eagle Design Thermometer Bold vibrant silk-screened scene of American Bald Eagle and USA Flag. 13.25” easy to read dial. Shatterproof and weather resistant.
01-12, 90007-215, 0-71589-04322-1
Cutter® Backyard™ Insect Repellent Unscented aerosol meets the American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation for use on children. 6 oz.
01-14, 51020, 0-16500-51020-8
Flex-o-bag Heavyweight Contractor Bags 42 Gallon 42 Gallons, 33”x48”. Warp’s Heavyweight Contractor Bags can be used for rugged clean-up and heavy trash, 20 bags per box.
04-03, HBP42-20, 0-42351-43841-5
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'11 Toyota Avalon LTD Sedan
JUNE 12, 2012
'11 Toyota Rav4 4x4 SUV LTD
# T4286, 5 dr., Pacific blue met., 6 cyl., 136 miles., 3.5L DOHC 24V, V6 engine, 5 spd., elec. controlled auto trans., 17" alloy P225/65R17, anti-lock brakes, auto. dual zone climate control, AM/FM, 6-disc CD charger, 6 speakers, XM radio.
'11 Toyota Venza Sedan FWD
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#T4177, 5 dr., 6 cyl., 68 mi., Classic Silver Met., inter. color lt. $32,165 grey. 3.5L DOHC 24-valve 6 spd. auto., 20" Alloy Wheels w/P245/ -$1,385 50R20 tires, elec. p.s. (EPS), 4 whl. disc brakes, 4-Whl. Ind Susp., antilock brake sys., r. spoiler w/LED high-mount stop lamp, AM/FM CD with MP3/WMA, 6 spkrs., XM radio.
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T4222, 4 dr., blizzard pearl, inter. Retail: Lt. grey, 6 cyl., 3.5L, 268HP DOHC 24 V, 6 spd., 97 mi., ECT-I Shults A/T with Sequential Shift, 17" alloy Discount wheels with P215/55R17 tires, anti-lock brake system, driver & $ Front passenger airbags, power SALE: moon roof with sliding sunshade!
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TRUCKS • TRUCKS
T4322A, 4WD, 6.0L 8 cyl., $ birch, 20,776 mi. Retail: $28,475
'09 Chev. 2500HD Silverado Work Truck
'10 Chev. 4WD Colorado Truck
B20001A, LT w/1LT, 3.7L 5 cyl., black, 13,732 mi. Retail: $21,975
'08 Toyota 4WD Highlander Ltd. SUV
TP2169, 3.5L V6 cyl., green, 52,511 mi. Retail: $29,875
'08 Chev. FWD Impala SS Sdn.
T4243A, 5.3L 8 cyl., white, 36,143 mi. Retail: $22,500
2011 Ford Ranger XLT 4WD Truck $ 24,375 B20143A, 4.0L V6 cyl., lt. green, 16,313 mi. 2010 Chev. Silverado 1500 4WD Work Truck $ 25,400 B20104A, 4.8L 8 cyl., silver, 7,506 mi. 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Work Truck $ 20,400 T4503A, 4.8L 8 cyl., black, 55,739 mi. 2009 Chev. Silverado 1500 4WD LT Truck BP12300, 4.8L 8 cyl., dk. charcoal, 34,728 mi. $29,999 2009 Toyota Tacoma 4WD Truck $ 29,800 T4461A, 4.0L V6 cyl., 23,409 mi. 2008 Chev. Avalanche LS 4WD Truck $ 28,479 T4353B, 5.3L 8 cyl., blue, 56,160 mi. 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 4WD Work Truck $ 19,200 T4435A, 4.8L 8 cyl., red, 43,500 mi. 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE1 4WD Truck $ 19,875 B20052A, 4.8L 8 cyl., white, 39,779 mi. 2008 Toyota Tundra 4WD Truck SR5 $ 29,000 TP2087A, 5.7L 8 cyl.,tan, 39,814 mi. 2008 Toyota Tacoma 4WD Truck $ 22,100 T4381A, 4.0L V6 cyl., red, 61,205 mi. 2007 Chev. Silverado 1500 LT1 4WD Truck B20014A, 5.3L 8 cyl., blue granite met., $ 20,650 68,436 mi. 2006 Toyota Tundra 4WD DW Truck $ 21,995 TP2197, 4.7L 8 cyl., maroon, 66,199 mi. 2003 Ford Ranger XL 4WD Truck $ 12,995 BP12372A, 4.0L V6 cyl., 41,534 mi.
22,500 23,555 19,720 26,783
18,510 18,999 26,500 21,500 18,320 20,995 11,995
2010 Hyundai Sonata GLS FWD Sedan $ 16,175 BP12297, 2.4L 4 cyl., gold, 44,912 mi. 2010 Toyota Camry SE FWD Sedan TP2204, 2.5L 4 cyl., spruce mica, 30,449 mi. $19,025 2010 Toyota Camry LE FWD Sedan $ 18,025 T4476B, 2.5L 4 cyl., red, 45,758 mi. 2009 Nissan Altima FWD 2.5 S Sedan $ 19,500 TP2208, 2.5L 4 cyl., black, 13,543 mi. 2009 Subaru Legacy Spec. Edt. AWD Sedan $ 20,025 TP2187, 2.5L 4 cyl., 18,890 mi. 2009 Chev. Malibu LT w/1LT FWD Sedan $ 15,995 B20049A, 2.4L 4 cyl., 30,190 mi. 2008 Dodge Avenger SE FWD Sedan $ 12,750 B19848A, 2.4L 4 cyl., gray, 51,135 mi. 2007 Chev. Impala LT FWD Sedan $ 11,450 TP2198A, 3.5L V6 cyl., 84,560 mi. 2005 Ford Focus SE FWD Sedan $ 7,995 TP2194A, 2.0L 4 cyl., 96,080 mi. 2005 Chevrolet Malibu FWD Sedan $ 8,075 B20022B, Base, 2.2L, 4 cyl., blue, 86,926 mi. 2003 Chrysler Sebring LX FWD Convertible $ 5,325 T4487A, 2.7L V6 cyl., white, 82,440 mi. 2003 Honda Accord EX FWD Sedan $ 10,995 TP2192A, 2.4L 4 cyl., beige, 95,342 mi. 2000 Toyota Camry LE FWD Sedan $ 8,495 BP12366A, 3.0L V6 cyl., 99,030 mi.
13,540 18,830 17,889 17,077
'10 Chev. LTZ Avalanche Truck
BP12324, 4WD, 5.3L 8 cyl., white, 23,743 mi. Retail: $39,999
18,890 15,994 11,995 11,450
'07 Toyota SR5 4Runner 4WD SUV
T4294A, 4.0L V6 cyl., driftwood pearl, 80,306 mi. Retail: $22,250
6,995 7,050 4,883 9,995 7,895
‘10 Chrys. Sebring FWD Touring Sdn. SALE: $
‘09 Jeep 4WD Wrangler Unlimited Sahara SUV
T4105A, 3.8L V6 cyl., maroon, 30,973 mi. Retail: $29,300
SUV • VANS • SUV • VANS
2012 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WD SUV $ 22,699 BP12358, 3.7L V6 cyl., silver, 16,838 mi. 2011 Dodge Gr. Caravan Mainstreet FWD Van $ 21,995 TP2145, 3.6L V6 cyl., silver, 27,470 mi. 2011 Toyota Sienna Van LE 4WD $ 24,975 TP2206, 3.5L V6 cyl., silver, 48,746 mi. 2010 Dodge Gr. Caravan SE FWD Van $ T4485A, 3.3L V6 cyl. 20,255 2009 Chev. Express RWD Pass. Van $ TP2162, 6.0L 8 cyl., blue, 24,510 mi. 16,999 2009 Toyota Rav4 4WD SUV $ T4462A, 2.5L 4 cyl., blue, 74,855 mi. 18,125 2009 Toyota Sienna LE Van T4335A, 3.5L V6 cyl., Desert sand, 35,358 mi. $20,975 2008 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WD SUV $ TP2195, 3.7L V6 cyl., silver, 50,967 mi. 17,955 2007 Toyota Rav4 Limited 4WD SUV $ BP12359A, 2.4L 4 cyl., 51,084 mi. 19,495 2006 Cadillac Escalade ESV AWD SUV $ T4215A, 6.0L 8 cyl., grey, 102,372 mi. 16,995 2005 Dodge Caravan SXT FWD Van $ T4345A, 3.3L V6 cyl., silver, 63,818 mi. 9,125 2004 Chev. TrailBlazer Ext. LS 4WD SUV $ T4308A, 4.2L 6 cyl., sandstone, 93,415 mi. 11,089 2002 Chev. Trailblazer LT 4WD SUV $ BP12325A, 4.2L 6 cyl., 113,631 mi. 8,225
CARS • CARS • CARS
21,995 21,995 23,570
TP2163, 2.4L 4 cyl., black, 67,640 mi. Retail: $12,500
'11 Toyota FWD Camry SE Sedan
TP2146, 2.5L 4 cyl., white, 38,335 mi. Retail: $19,995
'11 Toyota Rav4 4WD SUV
BP12315, 2.5L 4 cyl., brown, 56,873 mi. Retail: $21,100
'09 Toyota 4WD Tacoma Truck
TP2156, 4.0L V6 cyl., silver, 24,527 mi. Retail: $28,000
2012 Chev. Impala LS FWD Sedan $ 18,775 BP12374, 3.6L V6 cyl., white, 16,694 mi. 2012 Chev. Impala LS FWD Sedan $ BP12373, 3.6L V6 cyl., silver, 16,556 mi. 18,775 2012 Chev. Impala LT FWD Sedan $ BP12375, 3.6L V6 cyl., black, 18,856 mi. 19,850 2012 Chev. Impala LT FWD Sedan $ TP2201, 3.6L V6 cyl., black, 16,060 mi. 23,900 2012 Chev. Impala LT FWD Sedan $ BP12378, 3.6L V6 cyl., silver, 15,523 mi. 19,850 2011 Chev. Impala LT FWD Sedan $ BP12376, 3.5L V6 cyl., black, 35,547 mi. 18,450 2011 Toyota Camry LE FWD Sedan $ TP2209, 2.5L 4 cyl., 31,065 mi. 19,175 2011 Toyota Matrix 5DR. FWD AT WAGON $ TP2207, 1.8L 4 cyl., silver, 29,082 mi. 18,650 2011 Chev. Impala FWD Sedan LT $ BP12377, 3.5L, V6 cyl., grey, 32,613 mi. 18,875 2011 Mercury Milan Premier FWD Sedan $ BP12380, 3.0L, V6 cyl., maroon, 27,212 mi. 20,975 2010 Chev. Impala LS FWD Sedan $ 15,995 BP12360A, 3.5L V6 cyl., 29,709 mi.
19,495 16,995 17,230
18,800 23,900 18,800 17,030
'07 Chev. Cobalt LS FWD Cpe.
TP2116, 2.2L 4 cyl., white, 53,245 mi. Retail: $11,200
19,454 16,995 16,425 16,599
'09 Chev. Silverado 1500 LTZ 4WD Truck
B20088A. 5.3L 8 cyl., white, 43,128 mi. Retail: $33,625
15,590 19,392 15,414
‘08 Toyota 4WD Tacoma Truck
T4437A, 4.0L V6 cyl., red, 57,194 mi. Retail: $25,980
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'09 Subaru AWD Forester SUV
T4254A, X w/Pr. Pkg., 2.5L 4 cyl., spark sil. met., 38,929 mi. Retail: $20,900
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For your convenience a loaner car will be available for every body shop repair.
Collision Hot Line: 814-368-9500 New Manager: Don Zamberlan
'09 Acura MDX AWD SUV
TP2133, 3.7L V6 cyl., burgundy, 54,217 mi. Retail: $31,888
'11 Kia Sportage EX AWD SUV
B20124A, 2.4L 4 cyl., silver, 11,088 mi. Retail: $26,757
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'10 Toyota FWD Corolla LE Sedan
TP2148, 1.8L 4 cyl., white, 35,468 mi. Retail: $15,500
'09 Toyota 4WD Tacoma Truck
T4368B, 4.0L V6 cyl., Barcelona red, 96,000 mi. Retail: $27,950
'08 Toyota 4WD Highlander Ltd. SUV
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TP2150, 3.5L V6 cyl., black, 41,508 mi. Retail: $29,875