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Page 18 • The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan.N.Y., October 31,1990 Middle School busy PENN YAN — Jack Gleason, juvenile aid officer of the Yates County Sheriff’s Department, will be the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Penn Yan Middle School PTG at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 1 in the school’s cafeteria. Gleason will present a pro­ gram on DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education). This program was developed' for presentation to hith and sixth grade students. DARE curriculum focuses on peer resistance training, self- concept improvement, and value judgements about respect for the law and personal safety. The PTG extends a special invitation to all sixth grade parents and to all parents and friends with children in the Middle School to learn about the DARE curriculum being taught, thus opening up one more avenue of communication with tljie kids. Eve^one is encouraged to come join in for an informal evening of learning, a part of what’s happening in the school, where their children spend so much time. The Wayne-Finger Lakes Tbacher Resource Center (TRC) visited the Penn Yan Middle School on Friday, Oct. 26. Mobil units visit schools on a regular basis, bringing modem technology and resources to teachers for loan. Several teachers discussed the possibilities of Penn Yan setting up an electronic bul­ letin board to be a recipient of the K-12 network from TRC, at no cost to the district. For more information, con­ tact Barbara Schmidt, director of TRC, a t 716-526-6431. In Mike Legault’s sixth grade room, there are orange and blue spiders hanging from the ceiling. In language arts, the students have been writing creative stories about the spiders and their adventures on Halloween. Th^ science classes have also created and named their own constellations. They will be doing a scientific story using the lesson vocabulary. The first big science unit test for Ibam Three was aced by Suzanne Hunt, Justin Mat- teson, Chrystal Greene and C h rist Webster. Mrs. Kuehne’s homeroom is the winner of the Book Or­ dering Contest for the Septem­ ber through October period. Fifty-three percent of the students in her homeroom or­ dered books through book clubs. They celebrated with a pizza party on Friday, Oct. 26 during lunch. Students learn at Disney ^Healthy Eating for the Holidays^ Nutrition workshop set PENN YAN — Do you find the holidays to be an especially chal­ lenging time to maintain your family’s nutritional well-being? lb help you, the Home Economics Program, Cornell Cooperative Ex­ tension - Yates County, is offering a workshop on “Healthy Eating for the Holidays”. using the microwave oven for holiday food preparation that in- ccs^orates the dietary sidelines for reducing fat, sodium and cholesterol. Recipes and samples will be included. individuals who have pre-regis- tered will be contacted in the event of cancellation. There is limited space, so register soon. Call 315-536-3381 for registration information. Participants will leam to enjoy delicious holiday eating without sacrificing nutrition. Instructor Robin IVavis, Cornell Cooperative home economist - Seneca County, also will include practical tips on The workshop will be held on Thursday, Nov. 15 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, comer of Main and Chapel streets, Penn Yan. There is a $5 fee per participant to cover the cost of materials. Paid pre-registration is required by Thursday, Nov. 8. Only those Potter Mrs. a y d e Hey 554-3233 On Sunday, Nov. 4, at 10 a.m., the First Baptist Church of Rochester is planning a special service to honor the Rev. Thomas B. Richards to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his ordination into the ministry. A reception will be LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL — Many of the guests who visit the Walt Disney World Resort dream about working at such a magical place. Each semester, students from colleges and universities across the nation turn this dream into reality through the Walt Dis­ ney World College Efrogram. Founded in 1981, the program is designed to offer students a total experience in working, living, and learning. Participants work in all areas of Walt Disney World and are “cast” in roles such as lifeguards, culi­ nary assistants, attraction hosts, food and beverage hosts, and many other positions within the three theme parks and seven resorts. Among this year’s participants is Robert Harris of Penn Yan. Students in the program are housed in fully-furnished apartments where they are able to meet and leam from other U.S. and international students who represent EPCOT center’s World Showcase countries. Students also attend weekly business seminars taught by full­ time cast members. College credit is usually received for their work, and many participants return to Disney after school to find careers in their chosen field. This summer’s 1,100 student cast members were able to play a part in events such as the world premiere of Ibuchstone Pictures’ Dick Tracy and the opening of a new resort hotel. The Walt Disney World Dolphin. I P a rticipating in the Walt Disney World College Program are from left: L a u ra Roman, Mickey Mouse, of course R o b e rt H a rris of P e n n Yan, a n d H a rry Fee. ' held immediately after the wor­ ship service. There will be no church service that Sunday at Potter Baptist Church as the con­ gregation and interim pastor, the Rev. Gordon Gilbert, will be at­ tending this celebration. Rev. Richards has been the pastor of Potter Baptist Church for several years and has recently resigned due to ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Johnson of Waverly recently spent several days with his sister, Mrs. William Hiler, and Mr. Hiler. Mr. and Mrs. James Hilton spent the past weekend with th» ,, daughter and family, Mr. andMri.»- Greg Rose, Susan and Sarah, cf| Walkersville, MD. I Ella Knapp and daughter,° Sherry, of Barrington visited their j aunt, Mrs. Murray Savage, la«l Saturday aftemrtnn • T Your Favorite dessert is hack! H o m e m a d e APPLE CRISP ANTIQUE INN ^HBstaumt and Soda Fountain OPEN 8AM UNTIL EVENING d F U a MENU SERVED $0 much more than art Ice cream store. -Vs have homemade soups, chill, ^hot luncheon specials, subs ana sandwiches. PERRY’S ICE CREAM Serving breakfast and lunch Monday thru Saturday Ice Cream . Emporium ROUTE 5 4 A AT KINNEY’S CORNERS PENN YAN 3 1 5 - 5 3 6 -6 5 7 6 rTake-outs call 536^529 Four Corners, Penn Yan PENN YAN DtNER Specials WEDNESDAY - Liver & Bacon THURSDAY - Roast Turkey with Stuffing FRIDAY - Creamed Codfish & Baked Potato SATURDAY - Chicken & Biscuits • Baked Virginia Ham HOMEMADE PIES - m< m- m g o o d E lm S tree t Perm Yan RUPPERT'S COFFEE SHOP 110 Elm street, Penn Yon Open 5 am • 6 pm Mon., Tues. & Wed Open 5 am - 8 pm Thurs., FrI. & Sat. with These Specials Crispy Fried Chicken .............................. *4.25 J l l Liver & Onions .......................................... *3.75 W T Pork Chops ................................................ *4.75 NY Strip Steak .......................................... *7.95 Fish Served a ll day Friday Only _____ ________ ~ ~ - H o m e m a d e P i e s -------- --------------------- East Elm Street, Penn Yan BREAKFAST Mon. - Sat. 5 am - til Sunday 5 am - Noon LUNCH 11 a m -2:30 pm FEATURING DIFFERENT DAILY SPECIALS Try Our Delicious M l You Can Eat SALAD BAR 9{pzo Accepting ^ E s ^ e r o a t io n s T o r Cfiristmas (Parties stja j i i l l l jJBSSi Seneca Lake P erch. . . . *3.50 Fresh Fish ....................... *3.50 Fresh Scallops .............. *4.00 Clams (Fried) .............. *3.50 Shrim p ........................ *3.50 Sm elt ...................... *2.25 Dinners include slaw & choice o f french fries or onion rings Shrimp Cocktail. . . *3.00 Call Ahead or.lust Come In! MAC’S DAIRY BAR 'J-ry OU.T- oCc£-_/ixA.iOTt^e£’ Ic.& c ream soeCa.s • C o n A S Ice cream s-u.rtt£aes Rt. 14A; just south of Penn Yan ____ 536-3226 V BAKERY 8c CAFE CBa-kary L \ r p . r r f ^ - f n c + ! ^ r e c i f ^ c i s t J L r U T L c f i c S — i 'Hs.w JcdCHhurs:. !Mon-Sat. (J 6:30am-3:00pm, j7 Sun 8:00 am-3:00 pm j Z70 Ca^ Street, Tenn O^an J ... ... .. 536-0997 I I Hours:' Tuts., Wed., Thurs. 10-6 I n. 10-7:30, Sat. 10-5:30 Closed Sunday & Monday VILLAGE lOS Main Street, Penn Yan = 0'mncr...f VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Yates County Post No. 745 Friday, November 2 LASAGNA ALSO FEATURING: Fish - Shrim p S c a llo p s “ Fried C lam s - NEW ! N e w York Strip S teak - 200 East Elm St, Penn Yan 536-7289 □ iiiiiMiiiiiMuiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiimiiiiiiiMiiimiiiiiminiMiiii The Dresden Restaurant = 14 Miles South of Geneva of Rt. 14 at Dresden 315 - 536-9023 i Fii. S S a t Dinner Specials Broiled Salmon S teak • Broiled Scallops ^ Serving Lunches M o n d ^ through Friday 11:3o - 1:30 Friday & Saturday 5:00 -10:00 pm; Sui^ay*NoM • 7-OO^p^ Christmas Parties (= ne now for p rim e dates for ^ g r o u p s ^ Come share our live music every Saturday evening in December . .......................................................... . ....................................... mill: W. Lake Rd. Open 7 Days A Week y o u Everything must g o 50% OFF Up to November 1st. - 4th Thank you for your patronage this season. See you in the spring! ^ i l l ^op h a r b o r Favorite Eating Place o f the Finger Lakes Nightly Dinner Specials Spogherti • Chops • Steak Seafood • Chicken lunch; Mon.-FrI. 11 am to 2 pm Dinner: Mon.-Thu's. 5 to 9 pm Fri. & Sat. 5 to 10 pm Sun. Noon to 8 pm VALUABLE COUPON Mon. • Thurs. Only 25% O F F ; xt/itfi this coupon on any (Menu Entree S-9 pm * ^ I t e c l e e m a t Hill T o p H a r b o r E x p iro s 6 / 1 3 / 9 1 * 301 Lake Street, Penn Yan, NY Phone 536-8876 You remember Jack & Darla; They're alive and well at SCHOONERS, RESTAURANT IN CANANDAIGUA OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY LUNCH DINNER FROM 11 a m FROM 4 p m • Italian S p e c ialties • S a l a d s • B u rgers • C h i c k e n • V e a l • C l u b s • P latters • S e a f o o d • S a lads • H o t &. C o l d S a n d w i c h e s • S a n d w i c h e s • Burgers • C h i ld r e n 's M e n u 'EARLY BIJRD’ ^ E C U fS ' 4-6 Reserve Now for Holiday Parties! 407 Lakeshore Drive 716-396*3360

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