THE CHIMNEY MAN: Chimney cleaning & relining. Chim--
neys repaired & installed. One call does it all. Call John,
585-689-3645
 
WANTED: Standing timber & logs, actively seeking all spe--
cies of timber! Hardwood, red & white pine, larch & hemlock.
Guaranteed to beat any legitimate offer. A+ rating by the
BBB, fully insured, no heavy equipment. Brown’s Logging.
585-610-0627
 
ATTENTION FARMERS: Kramell’s Meat Market Custom
Slaughtering and Processing of beef, hogs, and lamb. 585-
689-5376.
 
PUBLIC NOTICE! Any sewing machine/vacuum repaired,
free estimates, guaranteed, 34 years experience, factory
trained. Warsaw Ace Hardware, 585-786-2670.
 
KOZIEL’S TREE SERVICE: total tree care, stump grinding,
tree trimming, removals, brush clearing, backhoe, dump
truck service, screened topsoil. Fully insured, free estimates.
585-237-3376 or 585-455-5601
 
JACK OF ALL TRADES HANDY MAN SERVICE: Plumb--
ing, Electric, Drywall. Local, 40+ years experience. Call or
Text Jack Wilson @ (585)749-0486.
 
PLUMBER FOR HIRE! 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE, CALL
B.T. @ 585-689-3364 
 
TAX TIME! JY Tax of Warsaw, Tops plaza. Warsaw largest
preparer. Taxes done right for less. 585-786-0015.
 
Semi-retired Plumber living in Perry, 716-693-7245, re--
placing galvanized and old rusting pipes with new plastic
pipes, sewer, and drain cleaning. Affordable prices.
 
BIRD FEED FOR SALE: Quality sunflower, mixes, peanuts,
fresh nyjer, ear corn, suet. 24/7 self-serve. Delivery avail--
able. Hay and Straw. Hans Kunze 813-2676, 6340 La--
Grange Rd., Wyoming. 
 
IF SERVICE AND INTEGRITY MATTER TO YOU: Call
Hart’s Insurance Agency in Perry for your Car, Home, Busi--
ness or Farm insurance needs at 237-2126 or 1-800-722-
1877. The Standard of Excellence Since 1877
 
ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT BREAKFAST AT WYOMING HOOK
AND LADDER: Sunday February 19th. 26 Maple St. 8 AM-
Noon. Adults$10, Children 4-10 $5, Babies & Tots 3 and
under free. Please bring a non-perishable item or backpack
to support the Wyoming Central School’s Backpack Program
and Share the Love!
 
CAR TRAILER FOR SALE: new tires, new lights, and new
brakes. All ready to go. (585) 322-6641. If no answer, leave
message. I will call back.
 
CORDELIA A. GREENE LIBRARY Chocolate in the stacks
baskets are out. See out on Facebook.
 
FOR SALE: Ladies’ plus size clothes, size 2xl, 2 pair of New
Balance shoes, 2 strap on ankle supports. Call 585-380-
2602, No Voice mail.
 
GENERAC Standby Generators provide backup power dur--
ing utility power outages, so your home and family stay safe
and comfortable. Prepare now. Free 7-year extended war--
ranty ($695 value!). Request a free quote today! Call for ad--
ditional terms and conditions. 1-844-930-1753
 
Portable Oxygen Concentrator May Be Covered by
Medicare! Reclaim independence and mobility with the com--
pact design and long-lasting battery of Inogen One. Free in--
formation kit! Call 866-594-9181 
 
Eliminate gutter cleaning forever!/a LeafFilter, the most
advanced debris-blocking gutter protection. Schedule a
FREE LeafFilter estimate today. 20% off Entire Purchase.
Plus 10% Senior & Military Discounts. Call 1-844-993-
0032 
 
STORE YOUR STUFF!! In the process of moving??
MONTHLY STORAGE for ALL your STUFF!! Call PERRY
STORAGE, LLC NOW!! (585) 237-2440.
 
SUBARU SALES & SERVICE: Best selection in the Tri-
County area. Trust your Subaru repairs to your local Subaru
specialist at PAUL’S PAINT AND BODY SHOP. Just 5 miles
from Pike. 585-567-4243
 
Attention Men! The Warsaw Barbershoppers are alive and
well. Come Sing with us every Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. at the
Warsaw Masonic Hall, 75 South Main Street, Warsaw.
Please call 585-786-8441 for more information. 
 
Weekly Storytime with Miss Mary: at Warsaw Public Li--
brary. Tuesdays at 11:00 am.Storytime is now at 11:00 am
all year-long! Every Tuesday! No registration required. Drop-
in for stories, songs, and activities designed for pre-school
aged children and their caregiver/s.
 
Spice of the Month Club: Take & Make Kit: Once a month
pick up a take & make kit featuring a different spice! Each kit
will include a sample of the spice, background on the spice,
and a variety of recipes to try from around the world. Try a
suggested recipe or one of your own choosing. Share imag--
es of your culinary creations on facebook or instagram by
tagging the Warsaw Public Library!
 
Letchworth State Park Winter Lecture Schedule: Free,
interactive, educational presentations in the Winter Lecture
Series return to Letchworth State Park every Saturday in
January and February, 2023. All winter lectures are held at
the Humphrey Nature Center. Due to the possibility of tem--
porary road closures due to winter weather, please use the
Castile entrance, 6787 Denton Corners Road, Castile, NY,
turn right, and look for signs for the nature center about 1
mile down the road. No registration is required. All are wel--
come to attend. Programs are best suited for ages 10 and
up. 
Winter Lecture Schedule:
Feb. 11: 1pm Basics of Wild Mushrooms and Mushroom
Photography, Craig Braack
Feb. 18: 1pm Windows to the Past; Using Images to Explore
Letchworth Park’s Past, Tom Cook
Feb. 25: 1pm Waterfalls of Letchworth State Park (a slide
show), Douglas Bassett
 
Hobbits and Hyperdrives Adult Book Club: Join us at the
Warsaw Public Library to discuss a variety of science fiction
and fantasy novels on the third Tuesday of the month at
6:00pm.
 
WARSAW’S WRITE CONNECTION 2022-2023: Second
Tuesday of the month September thru May at the Warsaw Li--
brary 6:00pm. FREE! NEW MEMBERS WELCOME! For
more information, contact Wendy at 585-786-5290.
 
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY: We are welcoming winter
with new hours! Our service hours have changed.
We now open at 10:00 am Wednesdays & Thursdays
instead of 1:00 pm! 
Our hours are as follows:
Mondays and Tuesdays: 10-7
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 10-6
Fridays 1-5
Saturdays 10-1
 
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY: Readers’ Circle: An Adult
Book Discussion Group: Meets the Third Thursday of the
Month at 2:00pm.
 
GOT OLD PHOTOS? SHARE THEM AT SHAREFEST!:
History buffs at the Gates House Museum invite you to bring
in old photos of interesting people, places or just about any--
thing. Old papers such as deeds, birth certificates, diaries, or
whatever you want preserved -- bring it in. We will photo--
graph it all and record your memories too. Your originals and
copies will be returned for your easy access and safekeep--
ing. Stop by weekdays 10-2 or email for an appointment.
Gateshouse1@frontier.com. 585-786-5240.
http://www.warsawnyhistory.org. Photography equipment funded
in part by the Wyoming Foundation.
 
Single Mom’s “Breaking Bread” Club: Are you a single
mom? Join us for free dinners & fun programs for Moms &
Kids: The group meets the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each
month 5:30-7:30PM at Breezeway Barn, 141 North Center
Street, Perry, NY. For more information: Please contact Jen
Hall at enhall@hiridge.gmail.com
 
WARSAW PUBLIC LIBRARY: Chilling Reads Adult and
Teen Winter Reading Program now through February 28
2023. Our “Chilling” winter reading program for adults and
teens starts now and runs through February 28th! Read any
book that gives you the chills; including chillers, thrillers,
mysteries, suspense, horror, or books set in winter/cold
weather and submit a review for your chance to win (warm
up) with a $20.00 gift card to Vertical Cafe! Complete as
many reviews as you would like until the program ends. The
winning entry will be drawn at random on 3/1. Review forms
are available at the library. Return completed reviews to staff
at the circulation desk. Reviews may be used on social me--
dia, omitting personal information. Print, e & audio books
count! 
 
Looking for crafters/vendors: to set up for a March 25th
show in Warsaw. For more information text 585-233-3835
 
FEBRUARY 22nd: Annual Ash Wednesday Fish Fry at the
North Java Fire Department - 11:30am - 7pm or until sold
out. Dine in or take out. Deliveries are available. For addi--
tional info. or to place an order call 716-208-3388.
 
LENTEN FIRESIDE CHATS - 6:00 PM on Facebook Live.
Begins February 22 (Ash Wednesday). Lent is a season of
preparation for Christ’s death and resurrection. This year we
will be using “Surrounded By Grace” (A Bible Study For Lent)
By Bill Thomas. Hosted by Castile UCC.
 
ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST: February 19, 2023 from
8-10am at the Masonic Hall, Main St., Pike. Adults $10,
Children $5.
 
LETCHWORTH’S HUMPHREY NATURE CENTER Is offer--
ing live virtual field trips! Schools can now call in to the Na--
ture Center using the virtual meeting platform of their choice
for an educator to accompany their class as they watch the
Park’s virtual field trip videos, free of charge! Teachers can
call Elijah Kruger at the Humphrey Nature Center at Letch--
worth State Park at (585)493-3683 to schedule a virtual guid--
ed program.
 
DALE BAPTIST CHURCH, 1291 Dale Road, Dale N.Y. Ser--
vice times: 10:30am for Sunday Worship Service and 6pm
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Bible Study @ 5pm.
 
“IF YOU WANT TO DRINK, IT’S YOUR BUSINESS, IF YOU
WANT TO GET SOBER, IT’S OURS.” Alcoholics Anony--
mous. 888-854-8322 aa.org. Download the free AA Meeting
Guide app.
 
Adult individuals living with developmental disabilities
are invited to join a Circle of Friends: where individuals
can get out into the community and socialize with friends.
Meeting the 1st and 3rd Mondays each month at the Wyo--
ming County YMCA from 6:30 - 8 pm. Please bring any nec--
essary individualized support personnel with you when at--
tending. Come join us with your ideas. This is a community
organized group for socialization, not a respite program. Call
Gretchen Jackson at 585-739-7692 or Tara Alexander 585-
409-0205 for additional questions. We hope to see you
there!
 
BENNINGTON SENIOR CLUB MEETS FOR LUNCH ON
MONDAYS. Annual membership is $10 per year. Luncheons
are thru the Office For the Aging Lunch Program. Tickets are
required for lunch, please call the Office for the Aging at 585-
786-8833 for tickets. Suggested donation is $4. Luncheons
are Mondays from 11:30 - 2 at the Pine Lounge in Cowles--
ville.
 
CASTILE UNITED CHURCH MEALS AND MISSIONS
COMMUNITY LUNCHEON Held the third Thursday of each
month at noon. Please bring a dish to pass if possible. This is
a time for socializing with friends. 4 Washington St., Castile.
 
TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH WARSAW: has free distri--
bution of cat & dog food on the 1st Sunday of every month
from noon-1:30.