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$' Page 2 __ . HONEOYE FALLS TIMES Jure 18, 1987 High School Chorus, Wins Silver Medal Letters to the Editor I The following remarks give up something I have spent were made by Daniel J. Fisher at ov~r twenty (20) years of my life The setting was in the beautiful C'..anadian city of Toronto this past Memorial Day weekend. Concert Choirs from allover the US competed in the Maple Leaf Music Festival 'sponsored by Music Maestro Inc. The Honeoye Falls- Lima High School Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Christine Sargent, competed in front of three judges and were awarded a 'Silver Medal' which recognizes the group as an Outstanding Chorus. The statistics for this past year show that only 8% of the 12,000 students who compete per year received the Superior level award. Only 16% of that same 12,000 students receive the Silver or Outstanding level award. With this in mind, Mrs. Sargent and the 83 members of the High School Chorus were ecstatic with the Outstanding Award they were THE HONEOYE FALLS TIMES USPS 249-340 given. The judges were particularly impressed with the fact that this High School chorus comes from a small community where the group is non-select In other words, there is no feeder type progmm for vocal students within the high school itself. . Apart from the great musical experience, this trip was also one of friendship and working together. The students showed a great deal of loyalty to their HS Chorus and a lot of school spirit. Mrs. Sargent's feelings were those of pride and success for her students. There are many details and a lot of time that go in to preparing for a trip of this magnitude. When a teacher can see all those efforts payoff for the student, it makes all the time and effort very worthwhile. . Below are some of the thoughts expressed by the students as they returned from Toronto and were back at school: Sumie Buckholtz: I hope that this whole experience will prepare the future choir students because it is not just singing, it's getting along and learning about yourself and others in the group. Lisa Desmann: \During our performance I could rcally feel the closeness of our group. I always thought that the chorus was like a family and this trip proved it . Kam Holdren: \When we walked onto those risers Sunday Afternoon I felt like I was part of a winning team. Tracy Sciortino: \I had no idea that the caliber of the judges would be so high. Having such educated judges really makes you appreciate their comments and their time.\ Sue Abelien: \This was the most wonderful choral experience I have ever had. Singing among friends making beautiful music was so endearing and loving that my entire body was filled 'with happiness! \ the Town of Mendon Public to msur~-for your generation, my Hearing on Local Law No. 3., generatIOn and those, hopefully and were submitted to this generations to come-my voting newspaper for publication: privilege ney; my duty. Mr. Supervisor, et aI - I come before you to encoumgc reconsideration of the matter for which this hearing has been convened. On 3 November this year the Voters of this Township will be asked to consider and cast a singlc votc on two (2) separate and distinct elective offices! In my OpIniOn, this SINGLE referendum is not unlike comparing apples and oranges in any of our local markets. To draw a correlation between the duties of the Town Clerk with those of the Town Highway Superintendent is, at best, ill advised. While I stand unopposed to change, when good and valid reasons for change are offered, I do stand opposed to change for the sake of the few. Please, consider this quote, written in our \Sesquicentennial Booklet- \Secure in the traditions of its colorful past our town of Mendon looks forward to a continuance of the prosperity that has marked its ISO-year old existence as a town of Monroe County.\ I say-if it has worked for some now one hundred and seventy five (17S) years-why try to fix it!!? The failure of you, our Town Fathers, to diseern the difference between apples and oranges will do well to insure defeat of Local Law Number 3 of 1987 in and for the Town of Mendon. Published weekly by Downtown Magazine Inc., 36 Main St, Livonia, New York 14487. Richard A. Gagliano, President Second class postnge. paid at Honeoye Falls, New York 14472 Post Office. Karen Macomber Awarded Scholarship The fact is-that these two offices have, for years, commanded IWO (2) columns on eleetion balloL~! But now: by casting a SINGLE VOle, we, the voters are asked 10 disenfranchise ourselves of (2) elective officials! I, for one, am most unwilling to 111ank you for your kind attention and hopefully, reconsideration. The Merton H. Kays II Richard A. Gagliano, Editor 1204 York SI. Honeoye Falls, NY 14472 Phone: 346-3191 Subscription Price: Single Copy 35¢ One Year $10.00 ($11.50 outside Mooroe County) SUbscription discootincd at expiration. POSlmaster, send address changes to: 36 Main St., PO Box A, Livonia, NY 14487 The Rochester Telephone Corpomtion Educational Assistance Fund has awarded scholarship's to five children of employees of Rochester Telephone and its subsidiaries. The 1987 award recipients were honored at a luncheon recently at the University Club. TONY GRAVINO QUARTET IN CONCERT AT HONEOYE FALLS VILLAGE DAYS Saturday, June 27 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. Harry Allen Park sponsored by the Village of Honeoye Falls THE CHURCHES OF HONEOYE FAUS & MENDON WELCOME YOU ST.JOHN'S FIRST EPISCOPAL CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 11 EPISCOPAL AVE •• HONEOYE FAU.S NOR11l MAIN ST .• HO)/EOYE FAlLS 624-4074 or 624-9355 Dr. Rosali~ POUtr.lnkrim PlUtor 8:00 and 10:30 servciccs 10:30 a.m.-Morning Worship Sunday School: Nursery and Sunday School 9:30 a.m.-- Y oung People. Adults TM Rt\II. Miriam Owens. Rector 10:30 a.m.-NurseI}' In grade 5 Phone: 624-2160 STMARK'S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH LUTHERAN CHURCH CORNER OF EAST &. CIIURCH STREETS. 18 VlcrOR MENDON RD. HONEOYE FAU.S ON lIT. lSt EAST OFF RT. 64 Dr.Robtr18ttson.PasltJr 9:00 a.m.--Worship Service 9:15 a.m. SWlday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 624-1766 Nursery Care Provided Phone: 624-3387 or 624-3257 ST PAUL OF THE CROSS MENDON CATHOLIC CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH\ RUSH MENDON ROAD (ROlIIE 251) 29 MONROf. STREET.IIONEOYE FAU.S lUST WEST Of. ROUTE 64 TItc '.\1. OuoJ. Vogl, Pastor 10:30 THE LORD'S DAY SERVICE Masses: Children's SemIon Satunfay 5 p.m. (10:00 1m. during July &. August) Sl'nday 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. 624-14Sf&\tz:t~i67 r:'!';,nytlme) . Phone: 624-1443 .... -, '-' .................. daughter K~e~illiam M:~~~~~ K Macomber of Quaker Meeting c: I H House Road, Honeoye Falls was runera orne one of the award recipients. She RICI-IARD H. DYE, Licensed Owner is gmduating from Honeoye Falls-Lima High School and Casket Selecti~n Room nrSM :;,~:::, plans to major in psychology at I Off Street Parking ~!:~',~:.::, Hamilton College. , ~ 59 Monroe St. 624-1120 Honeoye Falls COLDWELL BANKER MANNING REALTORS serving Monroe & LiVIngston Counllos 334-1814 427-2900 HONEOYE FALLS OPTICAL We cater to your complete eye needs. 7 North Main Streel., Honeoye Falls 624-2585 MARY KAY NESS M.D. NADETIE JACOB M.D. JULES ZYSMAN M.D. DAVID A. NESS M.D. Family Practice Obsletrics - Minor Surgery We accept members 01 Preferred Care Blue Choice and The Monroe Plan (RHN) 23 Ontario St., Honeoye Falls 624-2121 Call or write for help in understanding how tax reform '86 affects your financial planning. MARC R. GILLESPIE CLU,ChFC 6874 Rush Uma Rd. Honeoye Falls, NY 14472 533-1706 Fully licensed in all kinds of investments,life insurance and disability insurance . BARKER & NILSSON Attorneys 13 North Main Slreel. Honeoye Falls CURTIS W BARKER PETER J M~SSON 624-3736 HONEOYE FALLS VETERINARY P.C. 383 Monroe Street, Honeoye Falls 624-1088 WARDEN INSURANCE Localy owned .. we caro about you. 99 East Street, Honeoye Falls 624-3695 HONEOYE FALLS GUIDANCE CLINIC Providing Mentaf Heafth Services to Children and their Families 9 West Main Street Honeoye Falls, NY 14472 (716) 624-3090 Coordinator: Manha Tobin. CS!¥, ACSW SWARTZ LIMA PHARMACY Your Full Service Pharmacy We honor all major Third Party plans. 7308 East Main Street Lima, NY 14485 582-1140

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