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DemocratandChronicle .com Monday,October19,2015 Page3A What's important and interesting around Rochester. ROCNews Share your panorama photos online at http://on.rocne.ws/rocview ROCHESTER VIEW CLAIRE TALBOT, HENRIETTA Ayoung bluebird perched on a pumpkin. www. ZoundsHearing .com Calltoday!Appointmentsarelimited. HURRY!OZerExpires10-26-15 MSRP: $ 2699peraid per aid * 8 PremiumHearingAids atValuePrices IamoftenaskedwhywesellHearingaidsfor somuchlessthanotherpremiumbrands. AmessagefromourFounder: Zounds ® FounderandCEO, SamThomassonandhisdaughter,Kate Webster 1991EmpireBlvd. Webster,NY (585)672-7646 Henrietta ObE.RiverRd/BehindRIT 250LuciusGordonDr.Suite4A Henrietta,NY (585)286-3611 Greece Ridgemont WegmansPlaza 2833W.RidgeRd,Greece,NY (585)286-3611 Unlessadministeredbyanaudiologistorphysician,thistestisforthepurposeofampliacationonly.Itisnotamedicaltest.*ValidonthepurchaseofClareza®8. **NotvalidforEnza®CustomHearingAid.PresentthisadatZounds®HearingCenter.Notvalidwithotherobers.Voidwhereprohibited.©2015ZoundsHearing,Inc. MANUFACTURER DIRECTPRICING! Charginglessforasuperiorproductisunheardof thesedays,andasconsumers,weareall accustomedtopayingmoreforbetterquality. Thesimpletruthisthatforme,hearinglossis personal.Mydaughter,Kate,lostmostofher hearingasatoddler.Overtheyears,mywifeand Iboughtanumberofhighpricedhearingaids, searchinginvainfortheonethatwouldreallyhelp ourlittlegirl.Wewitnessedmanyotherchildren goingwithout,becausetheirfamiliescouldnot abordtoprovidethem. Ihavealsometanumberofadultswhowouldnot spend“thatkindofmoney”onthemselves,andso theypurchasecheapampliacationdevicesorgo without.Theseexperienceshavehadamajorimpact onmylifeandprovideddirectionformycompany. ThegoalofZounds®Hearingistoprovidethebest qualityhearingaidswiththemostinnovative technologyatthelowestpriceswepossiblycan. Fromourtalentedteamofdesignersand engineersatourcorporateo^cesinTempe,AZ tothededicatedprofessionalsinyourlocalZounds® HearingCenter,weareallcommittedtothisshared goal. Iwouldliketopersonallyinviteyoutocomeinand letourhearingprofessionalsevaluateyourhearing freeofchargeandatyouwithaZounds®hearingaid. Youhavenothingtoloseandsomuchtogain. Ifyouoralovedonearesuberingwithhearing loss,comeinandexperiencetheZounds®diberence. Sincerely, SamThomasson FounderandCEO 214 LocationsCoasttoCoast! 8ProgrammableChannels Rechargeable Mildtosevere hearingloss SameDayFitting -HearBetter In2Hours ** DC-0000362109 Dozens of people g athered at Casa Larga Vineyards on Sunday aft ernoon for an annual event that was missing its leader. Each fall since 2004, A nn Colaruotolo would host “The Three Rs with Mrs. C,” serving up her “more than famous” radicchio, ravioliand Ries- l ing. T his year, the event took place without the vineyard’s matriarch, who died in September at the age of 81. C olaruotolo, known a ffectionately as “Mrs. C,” created the event as away to share some of her favorite foods with the winery’s customers. She served up dishes that w ere popular in coastal Italy but less well known h ere, like radicchio salad or sautéed rappi. “She just loved to be here, serving food and t alking to people,” said her daughter, Andrea Colaruotolo O’Neill. “She’d even print out some of her recipes on little cards to h and out.” T he Perinton winery started as a hobby in the mid-1970s when Ann and her husband Andrew decided to try making wines l ike those produced by his Casa Larga remembers Family, friends honor memory of their Mrs. C SEAN LAHMAN @SEANLAHMAN SeeMRS. C,Page11A Flurries floated through a sea of pink in downtown Rochester Sunday morning at the annual M aking Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. A round 10,000 people, including more than 300 survivors, participated in the 20th annual event org anized by the American Cancer Society. The Rochester walkraised about $655,000, which topped last year’s total of $ 600,000. The walk is the l argest Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event in western New York, said Mike Crisona, senior marketing man- a ger for the American Crowds come out for cancer walk TINA MACINTYRE-YEE@TYEE23/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Maria Diaz and Michelle Besana, both of Chicago, Illinois, take a selfie as they walk on Main Street during the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. They came to support their aunt, Beth Ann Hinog. who lives in Fairport. VICTORIA E. FREILE @VFREILE SeeWALK,Page14A

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