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CONNECT ON SOCIAL MEDIA HOW TO REACH US Main Number: 585.232.7100 Customer Service: 800.790.9565 TTY: 585.258.2592 Email: feedback@DemocratandChronicle.com Vol. 183, No. 102 Published daily by Democrat and Chronicle Media Group 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY 14614. Periodicals postage paid at Rochester, NY (USPS 153-100). OURMISSION The Democrat and Chronicle remains ever vigilant for the community good, dedicated to providing unsurpassed value and excellent customer service while expanding multimedia delivery of news, information, diverse opinions and interaction. DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE MEDIA GROUP PRESIDENT & PUBLISHER MICHAEL G. KANE | mgkane@DemocratandChronicle.com 585.258.2200 MGKane_DandC EDITOR & VICE PRESIDENT / NEWS Karen M. Magnuson | kmagnuso@DemocratandChronicle.com 585.258.2220 kmagnuson ADVERTISING SALES Robert Teitgen | bteitgen@DemocratandChronicle.com 585.258.2381 BTeitgen_DandC VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE William J. 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FOR BILLING QUESTIONS Email: Custsupv@DemocratandChronicle.com Call: 800.790.9565 * Hours: Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday: 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. Sunday: 7:30 a.m. to noon. FOR VACATION STOPS & RESTARTS Call: 800.790.9565* *At any time during the automated message you can ask to speak to a representative. DISTRIBUTION DIRECTOR Distribution Director: Paul Kelly 585.258.9888 | pkelly@gannett.com LIKE US AT: Facebook.com/DemocratandChronicle FOLLOW US AT: Twitter @DandC Page2A Monday,October19,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com ROCBuzz Aquick guide to today's news Volume 183, Number 292 SPORTS CAMP ON TV Camp Abilities — an annual one-week international, educational sports camp founded at the College at Brockport for children and teens who are blind, visually impaired, and deaf-blind — will be showcased on HBO this month. Real Sports, the Emmy Award-winning HBO series hosted by Bryant Gumbel, will feature the summer camp in episode 223, set to air at 10 p.m. Tuesday. Reporter Soledad O’Brien hosts the episode, which was filmed at the College at Brockport. You can preview the episode at h ttp://itsh.bo/1hKkFVg. I’ve had the opportunity to report and blog from Camp Abilities and it is an absolutely amazing place filled with athletes who defy stereotypes and what o thers may perceive as physical limitations (as you will see on HBO, they’re not). A s the motto for Camp Abilities, founded by College at Brockport professor Dr. Lauren Lieberman goes: “A loss of sight, never a loss of vision.” —Caurie Putnam, Brockport blogger GOING THE DISTANCE I’m back on the rowing machine on the lawn on E xchange Boulevard. I see a young African-Ameri can man approaching, still perhaps a quarter-mile away on this vast, flat expanse. He’s walking a toddler by the hand. She’s really walking him, since he’s letting her take her time and adjusting his gait to hers. She zigs and zags from side-to-side, prob- a bly covering three times the linear distance. I’ve d one way over a hundred reps in the five minutes it takes him to come up alongside of me. I open my mouth to say, “You’ve really got patience,” or, “You’re a good dad,” or “She’s walked three times the distance as you.” But before I can get a word out h e nods, smiles broadly and says, “If that was a real r owboat you’d be halfway down the river by now.” — Rich Gardner, Rochester blogger HALLOWEEN RACE Following up on the popular St. Rita Fiesta 5K, St. Rita School is introducing another race this fall, the Frightful 5/10K Run and Fitness Walk. I t will take place on Halloween morning (Saturday, Oct. 31), so I expect to see even more cost umes that we get at the Turkey Trot. The 10K will kick everything off at 8 a.m., and the 5K at 8:30 a.m. registration for the 10K is $40 for 18 and over, and $30 for under 18. 5K registration costs $35/25. P rizes will be awarded for fastest male and female and for best costume. For more information and to register, go to https://runsignup.com/Race/NY/Webster/StRita Frightful5Kand10K. —Missy Rosenberry, Webster blogger BEST OF OUR BLOGS CAURIE PUTNAM Members of the Brockport Police Department serve lunch to a thletes at Camp Abilities in 2012. CORRECTED The Democrat and Chronicle s trives to cover the news fairly, accurately and honestly. It is our policy to correct e rrors of fact or statements needing clarification. Please write to the News Editor, Democrat and Chronicle , 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester NY 14614 or call (585) 258-2251. N.Y. LOTTERY Winning Numbers Sunday Midday878Lucky Sum: 23 Evening055Lucky Sum: 10 Win 4 Midday4439 Lucky Sum:20 Evening9577 Lucky Sum:28 Sunday’s Pick 10 24911131516172528 40425052585960687273 Saturday’s Take Five 713213439 S aturday’s Powerball 4849576269 Powerball: 19 Saturday’s Lotto 191 1161922 B onus: 37 Wednesday’s jackpot is $2 million. ROCSTATE City leaders convene in Israel New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is on a three-day trip to Israel with other mayors, including Rochester Mayor L ovely Warren. 7A From silage to chic Aworn-looking collection of grain silos left over from Buffalo’s heyday as a shipping hub have been repur- p osed as places to eat, drink and play for a public eager to literally touch the city’s past. 8A ROCNEWS Sharing life’s lessons Retired basketball player Tamir Goodman visited the Jewish Community Center for a basketball clinic and speech. 6A ROCBUSINESS More than passing fads Brand Networks helps streamline the process for busi- n esses to get their message out to potential consumers via social media. 9A ROCLIVING Put down your phone Multitasking may not be all it’s cracked up to be. We offer a few tips on how to get the task done quickly and efficiently. 1C Seeing nature from your cabin Anew book of photos called Cabin Porn invites readers t o look at photos about holing up in the woods. 5C SEBASTIAN SCHEINERAP New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio places a note at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday. De Blasio is in Israel f or a conference of mayors. @sdowdphoto | Instagram: sdowdphoto sdowd@DemocratandChronicle.com T his week’s Photographer’s Choice features S hawn Dowd, who grew up on a dairy farm in Argyle, Washington County. After working at t he Watertown Daily Times , he joined the Democrat and Chronicle in 1994. Shawn now lives in the city of Rochester but spends as much time as possible hiking the trails of Monroe County and t he Adirondacks. MEET SHAWN DO WD Inside and online today: Check out Shawn’s Photographer’s Choice photo gallery at D emocratandChronicle.com and s elect images on Page 10A. 338-9865 www.toptobottom.tv WET BASEMENT? LEAKY ROOF? Top to Bottom )(/-*3,(012$$$ %0(.!3"(*/2(+-3&3+.%$ ,*3.+/)1,/+'3.# &3#,,-"%!02-+3*0'*) $!"('.(%%+*%(&-(#.) (,(! 4/)('*3.3&3,+% GARAGE DOORS UNLIMITED SINCE ’92 458-8050 FREE Estimates on New Garage Doors or Repairs The score of the Aquinas-Buffalo Canisius high school football game on P age 1D Sunday was incorrect in some editions. Aquinas won the game, 4 2-14.

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