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The Mendon-Honeoye Falls-Lima sentinel. (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) 1989-current, December 31, 2009, Image 2

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2 Thl Mendon-HoneoYI F.lla-Llm. Slntlnl'· Thursday, 0ecember31'~2009~==-==-:=~_~ _______________ , ~ Margarel Gilligan, Tess Gilmore, /' ....... \- lim Gooding, Jame:> HailS. Kayln /_____ ~ ____________ ~hm~n, Paige Hnrgr1lvIl, Knllly ~ if 1.: & \ Hllrvey. Kalhe!)'n Hill, Justin 'vJlfp.\l1'de j.VUJlJ.c!~W dMol' Iloy. Meg Ilubregsen, Samantha _ \f\.(IJ.I). \f P\f j. _ Hurley, Kalherine Jllmes, • h .. \ ... U .... ., .. m.- .... 1IsWt: Creekside Nursery School, located in the Presbyterian Church at 27 North Main Street in Honeoye Falls. Three and four year old classes and pre-K classes are available, For more information please phone GiGi Correll at 624·3660. or email atjcorrell@rochester.rr.com. More information is available on our website at www.creeksidenurseryschool.shutterfly.com. 11t'·IJ )Iiddle School QDiIl'tm' IlIigh lIoum' !toll Grude6 Bennen Allison, Spencer Angulo, Jessica Apthorpe, James Baker, Hannnh Barkin, Morgnn Bassen, E1i7A1bcth Bean, Din Becevic, Andrea Bienlbaum. Lillian Bloomberg, James Bonadonna, Amanda Borden, Kristina Bracnglia, Madeleine Brown, Austin Buschang, Lauren Chlebove, Samuel Chudnick, Tiffany Cordon, Conner Craig, Claire Cuffney, Joshua D' Agostino, Leora Deisenroth, David C DeLaus, Micaela Donatello, Emily Dulieu, Sheila Dunne, Thomas Eastman, Jacob Edom, Lydia Eilinger, Keegan Evans, Aerin Gleason, Daniel Hart, David Harvey, Benjamin Herrmann, Peter Hess, Annabetb Hinman, Chloe Hooper, Devin Hughes, Jackson Huntington, Grace Ingle, Haley Jerge, Tessa Joseph, Bryce Kelly, Griffin Knaak, Siobhan Krenzer, Anna Kat Landon, Alexander Lazarus- Hall, Andrea Less, Claire MacAulay, Alexander Mapstone, Malcolm Mauro, Lauren McKinnon, Annika Mounts, Alexandr Northrup, Emma Northrup, Olivia Nuccitelli, Leo Orsini, Aniela Parobek, Eric Partridge, Alex Ptucha, Madisyn Puchebner, Bailey Reed, Kiersten Rhodes, Carolyn Robb, Meredith Rogers, Hannah Roof, Emma Ross, Lydia Santucci, Madison Sellman, John Seward, Emily Shafer, Caleb Shouse, Zachary Skelton, Spencer Somes, Garrett Steiner, Emma Stout, Laney Sullivan, Jackson Tate, Hanna VanNewkirk, Tyler VanVoorhis, Eleanor Vaughan, Bryan Wager, The Mendon-Iloneoye FaIls-Limo SENTINEL Organized /989 Periodicals postage paid at Honeoye Falls New York 14472 ISSN 1049-4960 Published weekly by: Sentinel Publications, 201 North Main Street Honeoye Falls, NY 14472. Official paper for the Honeoye Falls-Uma Central School Disclrict: The Towns of Mendon, Rush, Lima and Wheatland; Villages of Lima, Honeoye Falls and Scottsville. Subscriptions are $25.00 for one year. or $48.00 for two years within New York Slate, and $30.00 for one year, or $58.00 for two years for all other states. The Sentinel Is sold at various stores for 60 cents a copy. Postmaster, please send address changes to: The Sentinel, 201 North Main Sireet, I Honeoye Falls, NY 14472 Phone: (585) 624-5470 e-mail address: scntinel@fronticmct.nct I Michael R. Shellman, pubn,her . --~-.-- .. ------'. -~ ---- -_.- ~-.----- Helen Warne, Victoria Webster, Delancy West. Kaitlyn West, Kayla White, Emma Williams. Grade 7 Austin Ainsworth, Gregory Allen, Joshua Allen, Riley Allen, Hannah Apthorpe, Claire Augustine, Sarah Benware, Christopher Berry, Maxwell Blieden, Julia Boyle, Marisa Brazak, Valerie Brugmann, Erin Carey, Kevin Charland, Kyle Chiapperino, Ian Clark, Emma Clarke, Ariana Cole, Eliza Crane, Jordan Crego, Sophia Cromwell, Olivia Croston, Alec Dclmerico, Jordan Derby, Kelly DeRycke, J enna DiLaura, Marykate Eckert, Madison Ferrara, Garrett Fletcher, loshua Geary, Matthew Geraci, Audrey Goldlhrb, Benjamin Halleran, Oliver Hanson, Kali Hartley, Hannah Hayes, Leann Hochadel, Noah Holtje, Amanda Jerge, Madison Joseph, Tyler Julien, Jessica Knight, Eric Knop, Sarah Knop, Allyson Kraemer, Kimberly Kusminsky, Trevor Lacz, Miranda Latorre, Jarod Lau, Morgan Machiele, Lee Matthews, John McDonald, Sarah McGuire, Benjamin Meyer, Jillian Millard, Robert Moore, Erin Mulvaney, Kayla O'Connell, Julia Ortenzi, Charles Paganelli, James Patton, Brett Peters, Laura Piazza, Hanna Quigley, Stephen Ranelli, Christian Reifsteck, Heather Reinke, Benjamin Roethel, Julia Rowe, Tina Santucci, Carly Searing, Georgio Spencer, Eli7.abeth Stankaitis, Kathryn Stankaitis, Jessica Sullivan, Eric Teel, Benjamin Thompson, Samuel Tyrrel, Mackenzie Ulrop, Abigail VanWinkle, Amanda Villanti, Sidney Waite, Jacob Whiting, Claire Williams, Michelle Williamson, Ana Witkowski, Jakob Worley, Jonathan Yarton, Victoria Young, Courtney Zimmermann, Grade 8 Brad Alexander, Christina Allison, Eric Antalek, Riley Bartoo, Jeriann Beiter, Alexis Bell, Emily Borden, Katherine Boyce, Megan Brea, Ambrose Ryan Burgett, Taylor Chudyk, Killian Coddington, Alexandrea Costanza, Sonja Cotton, Anna Cummings, Lauren DePoint, Aleksander Dombrowski, Briana Edelbach, Natalie Engel, Acadia Fairchild, Galen Faurot-Pigeon, Sarah Forney, Elizabeth Gaylord, Sarah Gaylord, Lindsay German, Kelsey Jones. Allison Joseph, Morgan Joseph, Ryan Kelly, Ryan lalonde, Kevin Lefevre. Brandon ~h:hlenblldll:r, Manha Mevorach, NilIlumiel Miller. Zachnry Miller. Jacob Moscnto, Bennen Ockun,Slmnnon O'l.elll)', Stephan Olson, Allison Pumper, Tnylor Reed, Mnkaylu Rool: Grace ShashillY, Josephine Shellic, Juke Smith. Megan Smith, Clayton Somes. Emma Stevenson, Tyler Urekfitz, Gregory VanMaaren. Claire VanNewkirk. Solomiya Vysochnnska, /\ndrew Wager, Rachel Wamhach, Teagan West. Adele Weston, Sam Wick, Keena Wildmlll1, Joshua Wilkes, Justin Willis, Jordan Wohlrcld, Yuri Ynkovlev. Samantha Zimmer. David Zuber. HF-L Middle Sci 1001 Quarter J HOIlOr Roll will appear \ext week. Mendon Public Library events Amerlu Reading l'ower Play: Now through Feb. 5,2010 - for students in grades K to 12. Mendon Public Library, IS Monroe St., Honeoye falls. Read a hat trick (3) of books to win prizes via the Rochester Amerks reading program. The grand prize is suite tickets for an Amerks game in February, the opportunity to drop the puck at the game, a catered dinner at the Blue Cross Arena's resident's Lounge, and Amerks memorabilia. Winners will be drawn randomly from all entries submitted. Details of the reading program are available at www.mendonlibrary.org and at the library. Tales ofthe Wild!: Saturday, Jan. 23, at I p.m. - for youth and adults ages five and up. Pinehurst Senior Living Community, 1000 Pine Trail, Honeoye Falls. Local story teller Ina Doyle will thrill participants of all ages with her tales of the wild and winter, including Raven Steals the Sun, a winter solstice story. Dear Diary - Excerpts from a Life of Adventure: Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m. - for children and adults ages 10 and up. Mendon Community Center, 167 N, Main St., Honeoye Falls. Rich French, owner and co-creator of Pack, Paddle and Ski in Lima, will host this multi-media presentation of excerpts from a Ii fe of adventure and experiences on several continents. This program reflects the Monroe County Library's \Big Read\ theme: wildenless adventure writer Jack London's Call of the Wild. Wild Winter Wonderland Story Time: Thursday, Feb. 4, from 10:30-11 a.m.-forchildren ages three to six. Mendon Public Library, 15 Monroe St., Honeoye Falls. This week's story time will feature books with snow, dogs, and wintry, wild themes. .1 .... flllIl.ldll '11III11 •• blll 2111 .1.IIUldll Date: Saturday January 9, 2010 Location: Mendon Firehall Route 64 in Mendon Time: 10:00 - 2:00 Visit our website at hfmbaseball.org or Call Eric Knaak 624·5579/ kage4@rochester.rr.com Registrotion forms ovoiloble online or ot registration • New Senior league field • Newly refurbished maiors fields • Leagues available for 4 - 18 yr olds by Stew Mulligall Keeping Score \WhallVe've got here is afailllre 10 COllllllllllicale, \ quipped Paul Newman in the movie, Cool Hand Lllke. \If a tree falls in Ihe foresl, \ goes the philosophical riddle, \does ilmake a sOllnd?\ \Remove nol, Ihe ancienl landmarks Ihy falhers have sel, \ states Proverbs 22:28. Another notable feature of Honeoye Falls' earthy, railroad-in- spired, industrial zone has gone to the landfill. Beam Milling, on Lehigh Street (originally F. P. Jobes) is no more. Nearby, the mid- 19 th century office that was once M. & S. Pierce Lumber, will soon be next. Like Newman's Luke, no one is comprehending; like the tree falling, no one notices; and, in this throw-away society, where the blood of heritage is watered-down by apathy, preservation in the name of posterity seemingly extends only to the tip of one's nose. Novelist, George Santayana, inspired this soon-to-be-famous Stewism: \Jfyolldon~ know the past, how yo gonna know theflltllre,\ As futures go, the inexorable vinylization of a notable chunk of Honeoye Falls is, apparently, ours. Top photo by Stell' Mulligan, bollolll photo is .nlhlllilled t \ .~ 1 I ;' I

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