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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: 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 | 585.258.2200 MGKane_DandC EDITOR & VICE PRESIDENT / NEWS Karen M. Magnuson | 585.258.2220 kmagnuson ADVERTISING SALES Robert Teitgen | 585.258.2381 BTeitgen_DandC VICE PRESIDENT / FINANCE William J. Hart | 585.258.2520 BHart_DandC DIRECTOR / MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Dennis R. Floss | 585.258.2242 DRFloss_DandC SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS PARTNER Donna L. 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The Thanksgiving Day print edition is delivered with every subscription that includes print edition delivery and will be charged at the then regular Sunday newsstand price, which will be reflected in the November payment. EZ Pay is a method for automatically paying your subscription, for information, call 800.790.9565 or go to Terms and conditions apply. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION: Rates on request, 800-790-9565. Mail subscriptions are payable in advance. No mail subscriptions will be accepted where carrier delivery is maintained. Periodicals postage paid at Rochester, N.Y. (USPS 153-100). POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Democrat and Chronicle, 55 Exchange Blvd., Rochester, NY 14614-2001. CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR DELIVERY ISSUES CALL: 800.790.9565 Or go to: For Sunday delivery issues in Rochester or its adjacent suburbs, please contact customer service by 10 a.m. to have a replacement copy delivered. For Monday thru Saturday delivery issues, credit or next-day delivery will be offered. FOR BILLING QUESTIONS Email: 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 | LIKE US AT: FOLLOW US AT: Twitter @DandC Page2A Tuesday,October20,2015 DemocratandChronicle. com ROCBuzz Aquick guide to today's news Volume 183, Number 293 FLOWER FIELDS TOUR On Sept. 24 the Country Gardeners of Webster Garden Club traveled to Spencerport for a Flower Fields tour with Nellie Gardner (such an appropriate name!) She grows cutting flowers on her historic Spencerport farm and is also the horticulturist at the Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin Martin House in Buffalo. She moved into the historic house in 2009 and had much restoration to do to both the house and property. Nellie has planted two acres of cut flower gardens (annuals and perennials). There is a small shop w here she sells dried and fresh cut flowers. The day the Country Gardeners were there she had picked 30 buckets of flowers. Customers can stop in and pick up fresh or dried bouquets or wreaths. She has h ad no formal training but enjoys putting together “bouquets that please her.” N ellie is open for field trips, Garden Club lectures and workshops and also does horticulture consultations as well as weddings. Garden Club members enjoyed shopping for bouquets, and some e ven started thinking ahead to the club’s Christmas Holiday Sale on December 5 and found red peppers a nd flowers to dry to add to the handmade arrangements and wreaths. You can find out more about Nellie Gardner and Flower Fields on her website, I f you’re interested in more information about Country Gardeners of Webster Garden Club please call Carol Caton at (585) 671-3456. —Missy Rosenberry, Webster blogger LITERARY SOIREE Have you gotten your tickets for Brockport’s swankiest annual literary soiree yet? If not, get on it! T he seventh annual After Hours @ the Library w ill be held at the Seymour Public Library, 161East Ave., Brockport, from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. Tickets are $25 per person. This event is always beautifully done and all proceeds go to the library. A feature of this year’s After Hours will be the ribbon cutting for the new local history room. Other highlights of this year’s gala are: » Musical performance by “The Golden Eagle S tring Band.” » Exhibits of Town of Clarkson history. » Wine and hors d’oeuvres, desserts,and beverages. » Raffle baskets. » A Giving Tree. F or more information or tickets go to seymour- or call Debra Cody, chairwoman, at (585) 637-9297, or Carl Gouveia, library director, at ( 585) 637-1050. —Caurie Putnam, Brockport blogger BEST OF OUR BLOGS PROVIDED PHOTO Nellie Gardner, in her shop, gives lectures and workshops and does horticulture consultations and weddings. 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 Monday Midday 313L ucky Sum: 7 E vening114Lucky Sum: 6 Win 4 Midday 3659 L ucky Sum:23 Evening7806 Lucky Sum:21 Pick 10 46910162237384144 47495054586064667076 Cash4Life 48314654 Cashball: 3 S unday's Take Five 310163439 L otto W ednesday’s jackpot is $2 m illion. F or more information: or call (518) 388-3300 ROCSPORTS Glimmers of hope on Bills’ horizon Sal Maiorana writes that it’s very possible that the worst may be in the past for the Buffalo Bills. But, he says, Rex R yan must stop overthinking the defensive plan. 1D ROCNEWS Report: Many here are overweight According to a report released Monday by Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, about two-thirds of adults in the Finger Lakes region are overweight or obese. 4A NYSTATE Upstate legislators want transit funds After Gov. Andrew Cuomo committed earlier this month t o putting $8.3 billion in state funds toward the New Y ork City public-transit system’s capital plan, lawmakers from other parts of the state are calling for parity. 5A ROCBUSINESS Echo gets a lot bigger with Henrietta move Echo Global Logistics Inc. has more than doubled its local space by moving into a 3,300-square-foot center at 3144 S. Winton Road. 6A Mixed results for M&T Earnings were up at the bank, but results missed Wall Street’s expectations and shares closed down nearly 3 percent. 6A ROCLIVING Woman to Watch: Lynne Hobaica The new ceramics studio manager at Genesee Center for t he Arts and Education couldn’t be happier in a career choice that has led her to Rochester. 1C JAMIE GERMANO/@JGERMANO1/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Mario Williams of the Buffalo Bills looks to stop Bengals RB Jeremy Hill in Sunday’s game. Problem solver watchdog | @jonhand1 T he Problem Solver watchdog beat focuses on f inding solutions to people’s problems, large and small, and Jon either tries to solve the prob- l ems or draw attention to them so that a solution can be found in another way. Jon is a married father of four children who lives in Penfield. He is a lacrosse and basketball coach, a p art-time bartender and a small-business owner. JON HAND Today: Jon writes about an Ogden couple who,inspired by their son, are building a group home for him a nd five others with intellectual d evelopmental disabilities. 1A 338-9865 WET BASEMENT? LEAKY ROOF? Top to Bottom CALL NOW - 20% OFF )(/-*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 Casa Larga Vineyards is in Perinton. A photo caption that appeared on P age 11A Monday gave the wrong town.

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