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Page 14 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., August 8,1990 UpcoMiNq LAKE COUNTRY NURSERY & L A N D S ^ A Complete Nursery and Landscape Needs ana f t Senior Bowlers The winter league for Senior Bowlers will start bowling on Monday, Sept. 10 a t 1 p.m. a t Star \^ew Lanes in Penn Yan. 'Ib sign up for a team, those in­ terested should call the League President Pete Parmalee at 607- 243-7974, or Secretary Shirley Kurtz a t 315-536-6766. Rummage S a le Guyanoga Valley Grange mem­ bers will have a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, Aug. 10 at the Grange Hall in Guyanoga. A bag sale of clothing will be conducted for $1.25 per bag. Young P arents to meet The Young Parents Program meets from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., every Thursday at the Penn Yan FVesbyterian Church, Main Street. The group is sponsored by the Middlesex Valley Child Develop­ ment Center in Rushville and is open to any young parents, ages 20 and under. Sm o ker *s Anonymous Smoker’s Anonymous meets weekly on Wednesdays at the Branchport Free Librajy, 29 North Main St., Branchport. Meetings begin a t 8 p.m. Smoker’s Anonymous is a fel­ lowship of men and women help­ ing each other to quit smoking and live their lives free of nicotine. Meetings are free and open to anyone who desires to stop using nicotine. For more information, call 607- 522-4429. Humane Society The Yates County Humane Society will meet at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 16 in the Yates County Auditorium, 110 Court St., Penn Yan. 'The society meets on the third Thursday of every other month and all those interested are in­ vited to attend. FABS S u p p o rt Group to meet The Friends and Breathing Supporters (FABS) Support Group will meet a t 2 p.m., Monday, Aug. 13 at the Penn Yan Area Volunteer Ambulance Corps, cor­ ner of Main Street and North Avenue. FABS meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Persons with COPD (Chronic i Obstructive Pulmonary Disease), their families and friends are in­ vited to attend. For more information, call Donna Jones at 315-536-2582 or Jane Boyd a t 536-4401. Pancake breakfast 'The Branchport Fire Depart­ ment will serve a pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m., Sun­ day, Aug. 12 at the Branchport Firehouse. The menu includes pancakes, sausage, eggs, hash-brown potatoes, along with coffee, juice, and milk. The breakfasts will continue on the second and fourth Sundays of each month through Aug. 26. Suicide Prevention Child care providers to meet Group to meet A local support group for suicide survivors and families of success­ ful suicide victims, will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 15 at the Community Action Agency, Yates County Office for the A^ng building, 5 Collins Ave., Penn Yan. The group meets on the third Wednesday evening of each month, and is facilitated by a cer­ tified suicide coordinator who has had training and experience in that area. No fee will be charged and confidentiality will be respec­ ted. Funding sources for the support group include the Steuben/Yates Economic Opportunity Program, the Dundee United F ^ d , and the New York State Division for Youth. For more information, those in­ terested should contact the Crisis Intervention/Suicide Prevention Prc^am at 5 Collins Ave., Penn Yan, telephone 315-536-8987. Singles events upcoming activities planned by area Single-Divorced-l^dowed groups, include a summer picnic at Mil-Benskj Farm in Newark, to include hayrides, food, swimming and live music beginning at 3 p.m., 'Ibesday, Aug. 21; fall bowl­ ing begins Sunday, Aug. 26 and runs through May 1991 a t 3 p.m. at Sunset Bowl in Geneva; and the 7th annual Labor Day picnic is planned for 1 p.m., Monday, Sept. 3 a t the New York State Ex­ periment Station in Geneva. For more information, those in­ terested should call the Finger Lakes office of Social Ministry at 315-789.2686. Rum mage S a le 'The Ladies’Aiuoliary of the Pot­ ter Fire Department will have a Rummage Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 18 at the Potter Firehouse. New and used merchandise, in­ cluding gift items will be on sale. Clothing will be $2 a bag all day. Penn Yan graduate notes college plans PENN YAN — Benjamin Miller, a June graduate of Penn Yan Academy, will be attending the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he will study - civil/environmental engineering. Miller is the son of Edith Mann of 2962 Coates Road, Penn Yan, and Gary Miller of Brandon, FL. Included in the awards he* received during high school are the Robert Lightfoot Award in Music, the VFW Music Award, the John Phillip Sousa Band Award, and the Izaak Walton League En­ vironmental Career Scholarship. He participated in many ac­ tivities, including JV lacrosse. Ski Club, Varitones, Chorus, Jazz En­ semble, and the Concert and Marching bands. “Quality Care Deserves Quality Support\ an information and support group for those who provide child care in their homes, will meet a t 7:30 p.m., Ibesday, Aug. 14 at the United Church, corner of Main and Gibson streets, Canandaigua. These group discussion sessions give home child care providers the opportunity to exchange ideas, in­ terests, and concerns with each other. All who care for children in their homes, and those consider­ ing starting a day care business are welcome to attend. The group meets regularly on the second Ibesday and fourth Monday of each month. “Quality Care Deserves Quality Support\ is sponsored in coopera­ tion with the Ontario/Yates Child Care “Ibsk Force. This group represents several local agencies concerned with child care needs and promotes the availability of quality child care in area com­ munities. The group meets the second Tuesday and fourth Mon­ day of each month. For further information or to arrange for a ride from the Rush­ ville area, those interested should call the Child Development Cen­ ter a t 716-554-6846. Clay sculpture workshop set Local artist, Eddie Davis, will present a demonstration and workshop on clay sculpture in Rushville on Thursday, Aug. 9 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. as part of the Child Development Center’s summer series of Kaleidoscope workshops for children, ages 6-12. Davis will give a demonstration of techniques in clay sculpture, followed by a hands-on experience for the children with this art material. Davis has taught adults and col­ lege students at Community Col­ lege of the Finger Lakes, Roches­ ter Institute of Ifechnology and Keuka College, as well as other schools in New York State and Minnesota. He has taught young children in the Rochester City Schools and a t summer recreation programs, and has been a featured artist at Artpark. His works of art are displayed in Rochester a t Monroe Community College, Highland Park and RIT, as well as in Minnesota and Ten­ nessee. A donation of $1.50. is suggested for children for this workshop. Pre-registration is not necessary. Parents and other adults are also welcome to attend. For more information about this Kaleidoscope workshop and others, contact the Child Development Center, 12 Gilbert St., Rushville a t 716-554-6846. This Kaleidoscope workshop is supported, in part, with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts through On­ tario and Yates counties. In On­ tario County, the LIFT Program is administered by the Ontario County Arts Council. In Yates County, Decentralization funds are administered by the Yates County Arts Council. Round & square dance slated The Vine Valley Methodist Church will have a round and square dance with Eric Rounds as cdler, at the Vine Valley Com­ munity House on Saturday even­ ing, Aug. 11 from 8 to 11 o’clock. All those interested are invited to come and bring their friends for a social time. Refreshments will be available. Women's Rodeo There will be a New York State Women’s Open Rodeo on Satur­ day, Aug. 11 in the Dur- ham/Hoban Arena at The Windmill farm and craft market. Route 14A, midway between Penn Yan and Dundee. This rodeo, which is the second rodeo in a series of three, will be for the benefit of the Yates County Unit of the American Cancer Society. There will be two performances, one at 10 a.m. and one at 1 p.m. General admission is $2. Children under 12 will be admitted free. ^Looking B ack in History* A program of “Looking Back in History” will be held at the Italy Valley United Methodist Church, Naples, on Sunday, Aug. 12 beginning with a ^ a d bar at noon, served until 2 p.m. when a program of hymn singing and remembrances will include an overview of the history of the church and community brought by Town Historian Jessie Coons and tales spun by longtime community member and former pastor at Italy Valley, the Rev. Harold Eaton. During dinner (at a minimal cost), one may browse through old books, pictures and other memorabilia, offered by com­ munity members, and share memories with one another in an afternoon of nostalgia and celebration. The public is invited to all activities of the afternoon. Sing-a-long Lori Jane Knapp will be provid­ ing a sing-a-long time for ages 2-5, Tuesday and Friday mornings during August at Rainbow Junc­ tion child care center in Penn Yan. These activities are made pos­ sible by Decentralization funds through the New York State Council on the Arts, which are administered locally by the Yates County Arts Council. For more information,, contact Knapp a t 607-292-6671 or Valarie Quinn at the child care center, 315-536-2703. 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