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Children’s Museum Receives $21K Grant DOVER – The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire was recently awarded a $21,000 grant from the Roger R. and Theresa S. Thompson Endowment Fund. The grant will provide lead funding for two of the museum’s newest outreach programs, “Story Explorers” and “Big World/Small World.” “Since its founding nearly 30 years ago, the Children’s Museum has been dedicated to ensuring that all children and families have access to our nationally recognized programming and exhibits,” stated Justine Roberts, executive director of the museum. “The Thompson Endowment Fund has provided very generous support to us throughout our history, and we are grateful that they are underwrit-

ing “Story Explorers” and “Big World/Small World” this year. These programs provide hundreds of young children, families and teachers with dynamic arts and literacy experiences that build skills in reading, writing, creative thinking and more.” “Story Explorers” partners

National Wear Red Day® to be Celebrated at Frisbie Memorial ROCHESTER – Heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing one in three deaths each year or one per minute, according to the American Heart Association. On Friday, February 1, Fris-

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with local Head Start agencies to provide a literary opportunity for students and their parents. Each child and adult attend three different educator-led sessions at the museum, designed to promote greater interest in reading at home. Each visit builds upon the

next, with group story readings and interactive explorations of the museum’s exhibits. At the end of the final visit, each child receives his or her own book to bring home. “We are happy to welcome these preschoolers and their families into the museum to spark their interest in reading,” said Xanthi Gray, humanities educator at the museum. “We hope that offering them stimulating experiences with literacy here at the museum will translate into increased time spent reading at home.” The “Big World/Small World” program engages elementary school students in a multi-step project that explores their families’ heritage. Each participating class researches their own history, visits the museum,

and creates work to tell their individual cultural stories which are then mounted as a museum exhibit. The program design intentionally forges relationships between schools, the museum, and families, placing the children at the center of the interaction. “This program addresses an increasingly pressing challenge in New Hampshire to support vulnerable residents, including new immigrants,” explained Paula Rais, the museum’s director of community engagement. “Participation in this program catalyzes a deeper understanding of the fundamental similarities within the human experience, and jumpstarts conversations about culture, identity, and diversity that build community.” (courtesy photo)

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bie Memorial will participate in the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day. From 1 to 5 p.m., hospital employees and the public are invited to visit Frisbie Memorial’s Resource Center to learn the risk factors associated with heart disease; receive heart healthy recipes; work with the hospital’s community health educator to learn how to set goals and to self-manage chronic health conditions; pick up a copy of the American Heart Association’s Heart Healthy Guide; and sign up for one of Frisbie Memorial’s upcoming classes and events designed to reduce stress while learning techniques to selfmanage chronic disease. The Resource Center provides a collection of information on diabetes, cancer, women’s health, mental health, and other medical conditions and issues. The center is located on the hospital’s first floor across from gift shop. For more information, visit FrisbieHospital.com.

RYE – Want to know what’s going on with the bridges and on Portsmouth’s working waterfront? Attend the Seacoast Science Center’s Heritage Dinner on Thursday, February 7, with Portsmouth Pilot Captain P.J. Johnson. With 22 years of experience on the Piscataqua River, Captain Johnson will offer a sense of the changes he has seen, as well as the changes the pilots are anticipating, and how they will impact the waterfront. For those who enjoy watching the tugs at work, this is a chance to meet one of the men at the helm. The cost is $50 per person for Seacoast Science Center members; $60 per person for non-members and includes beverages and catered gourmet fare. The evening will begin with a 6 p.m. reception, followed by a catered gourmet dinner and the presentation. Beverages will be provided by Smuttynose Brewing Co. The evening will be sponsored by Appledore Engi-

Pilot Captain P.J. Johnson will represent a harbor pilot’s view of commercial shipping on the Piscataqua River. (courtesy photo)

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Local Author to Offer Reading at Portsmouth Public Library ugees from the Sudan, Vietnam, Cambodia and other countries from which people have come to the U.S. to find safety and a peaceful place where their children can go to school. She is the literacy director of the New Hampshire Humanities Council and works with new Americans arriving in the U.S. from all over the world. A second discussion of the book will be held at 1p.m. on the same day in the Hilton Garden Room. Library book groups are free and open to the public. The library is located at 175 Parrott Ave. For more information, call 603-427-1540 or visit www. cityofportsmouth.com/library.

PORTSMOUTH – Author Terry Farish, will read from her new book, “The Good Braider,” at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28, in the Levenson Room of the Portsmouth Public Library. “The Good Braider” tells the story of a Sudanese young woman who longs for a safer life for herself and her family. Told in verse, this young adult novel recounts the woman’s journey out of the Sudan via Cairo to Portland, Maine. The evening will include a discussion with Farish, concluding with a book signing. Copies of “The Good Braider” will be available for sale. Farish has worked with ref-

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Training Active Bystanders Celebrated HAMPTON – Leaders of two nonprofits, LifeWise Community in Hampton and Quabbin Mediation of Orange, Mass., recently celebrated the completion of “Training Action Bystanders” (TAB) with the freshmen class at Winnacunnet High School. TAB is used to reduce harm doing, providing students with methods and techniques that empower them to bring civility and safety into their own school and community. The multi-state TAB partnership of LifeWise and Quabbin is tailored to individual school needs throughout the New England region. TAB was created by Quabbin seven years ago and holds endorsements

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~ News ~ “All Shook Up” Comes to the Opera House ROCHESTER – C’mon Everybody! Shake it up in the club, set in a small Midwestern town in 1955, when Rochester Opera House Productions presents “All Shook Up,” the Broadway musical comedy featuring twenty-four Elvis Presley classics like “Heartbreak Hotel,” “Love Me Tender,” “Can’t Help Falling in Love” and “Don’t Be Cruel.” Enjoy cocktail seating, cash bar, and a light supper, as great-looking, motorcycling, guitar-playing roustabout, Chad (Jacob Zentis), blows into town and gets everybody all shook up. Chad first meets young mechanic Natalie (Heidi Gagne), who is instantly smitten. This is the most gorgeous man that any girl in town has ever seen! He is looking for excitement, but is informed that the Mayor has outlawed fun; no tight pants, no public kissing and no loud music. Chad decides to change the rules in this dreary little town. Soon, everybody is swept up in the power of rock & roll and the magic of romance. “For those of you who like Elvis music, you will love this musical. It is a fun, fast-paced musical that the entire family can enjoy,” said director and choreographer Steve Small. Live music, directed by Kathy Fink, enhances the “lip-curling, hipswiveling musical fantasy that’ll have you jumpin’ out of your blue shoes.” This Rochester Opera House production runs from

Durham’s Winter Carnival and Cook-Off Slated for February 9 DURHAM – The Durham Parks and Recreation Department will hold its annual Winter Carnival and Chili/Mac and Cheese Cook-Off on Saturday, Feb., 9, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Churchill Rink on Old Piscataqua Road. The event, now going in its fourth year, will feature an open skate at Churchill Rink, as well as a Chili and Mac and Cheese Cook-Off that offers attendees a taste of Durham’s finest recipes. “With the Winter Carnival going into its fourth year, it

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until Sunday, January 27 with evening performances at 8 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.) and matinees at 2 p.m. (doors open at 1 p.m.). Reserve tickets online at www.rochesteroperahouse. com, stop by the box office or call (603) 335-1992. Handicap access is available in the balcony only. Patrons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. This show is sponsored by Eastern Propane and Oil, L. Wynn Sound, Foster’s Daily Democrat, Radio Station WHOM, Cummings, Lamont & McNamee and Colonial Hill. The Rochester Opera House is located in City Hall, 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester NH. The season continues with Popovich Comedy Pet Theater 2/09.

“Cabin Fever” Revue Ready for Performance ROLLINSFORD – “The Best of Cabin Fever,” a greatest-hits revue featuring musician-entertainer Kent Allyn, will be presented at 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2, at Garrison Players Arts Center, 650 Portland Ave. in Rollinsford. Tickets are $18/adults, $12/students (under 18) and can be purchased on-line at www.garrisonplayers.org.

Leland Faulkner Featured in World of Wonder PORTSMOUTH – Pontine Theatre presents performance artist Leland Faulkner in a one-man, familyfriendly extravaganza, “World of Wonder: Conjuring Characters & Comedy” on Saturday, February 2. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased at www.pontine.org. or at the door a halfhour prior to the performance. Pontine’s West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington St. in Portsmouth. For more information, email info@pontine.org or call 603-436-6660.

is getting to be a popular event in town,” commented Durham Parks and Recreation Director Stefanie Frazee. “It’s a great opportunity for community members to get out of the house and shake off the winter blues.” Cook-Off competitors are made up of an eclectic mix of restaurants, businesses, organizations and residents from Durham, Lee and Madbury. In 2012, 14 recipes were submitted. Carnival attendees are encouraged to sample all of the recipes and vote on their favorite. Quantities are limited. “Over the last few years the Cook-Off has become pretty popular,” commented Parks & Recreation committee member Mike Mengers. “But there are plenty of other activities to keep everyone entertained.” Additional recreation activities and games will also take place. All Winter Carnival activities, including chili and mac and cheese tasting are free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.ci.durham.nh.us/recreation. Those interested in entering the Chili/Mac and Cheese Cook-Off can contact Durham Parks & Recreation Director Stefanie Frazee at 603-817-4074, sfrazee@ci.durham.nh.us.

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PORTSMOUTH – Great Bay Community College is offering a free WorkReadyNH class beginning on February 5th and ending on March 28th. WorkReadyNH is a free training program for NH residents who are looking to gain two credentials and succeed in the workplace. The class meets Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5pm to 9pm at Great Bay Community Colleges’ campus in Portsmouth at the Pease Tradeport. The program

is available at no cost for New Hampshire residents, age 18+. “Job seekers report that today’s job market can be intimidating - with many more applicants than available positions,” notes Jennifer Scotland, WorkReadyNH Director at Great Bay. “To even be considered for a position, job seekers must present themselves and their skills in the very best light possible and this can be difficult to do. How do you prove that you know something or that

you have the skills an employer is seeking?” The WorkReadyNH program provides a way to assess, improve, and document skill levels in key areas of math, reading, and problem solving/ critical thinking. Soft skills and workplace behaviors such as communication, conflict resolution and team work, have been identified by employers as some of the most important skills an applicant or worker can have. The WorkReadyNH soft

skills class provides workplace readiness training in communication, conflict resolution, employer expectations, interviews, ethics, problem solving, self-discipline, teamwork, and safety in a mock business format. Successful graduates of the WorkReadyNH program earn the National Career Readiness Certificate which provides accurate measure s of an individual’s ability to solve problems and to apply his or her skills to a wide range of challenging prob-

lems and situations. Graduates also receive a Great Bay Community College professional level soft skills credential. “Student success stories on the WorkReadyNH program keep growing” adds Scotland. “Our graduates report increased confidence levels and a better understanding of the skills they need for today’s jobs,” For more information on WorkReadyNH or to register call 603-427-7636 or email workreadygbcc@ ccsnh.edu. Space is limited.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, I am at a loss as to how to add an older HP printer, model 3210, that had been installed into my Gateway XP-using computer onto my Toshiba vista home premium computer. The CD had came with it will not help and I can find no instructions anywhere how to get this done. It is a very fine printer, much sharper than the HP F4200 that was in use. Is there a way to be able to use this printer with my newer Toshiba computer? Thanks for any help. Cynthia Dear Cynthia, I went to HP’s website and searched for your printer model. I found that HP does have drivers available on their website for computers running Vista. All you have to do, is go to HP’s website, search for your printer model (in your case it is 3210) and click on the “Search” button. In the search results, click on the “Software & Driver Downloads” link. Select your operating system, you will need to know if

your Vista computer is 64bit or not. If you don’t know how to check, take a look at this article: http://wp.me/pwwRq-wc for directions. Click the “Next” button and select what you want to download. I usually recommend you download the driver/product installation software. Once you have downloaded the software, double click on it to run, and follow the prompts to set up your printer. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have 2 USB ports and 4 slots on the front of my computer. How do I know which on is E F G H etc. I have an external drive and it uses I but Family Tree Maker does not give me that options. Thanks, Sara Dear Sara, The only real way to know for sure is to plug in your device and see what drive letter it uses. Here is how: 1. Open your “My Computer” window. YOu don’t mention what version of Windows you are using, but you would either click on “Start” and then “My Computer” or just “Com-

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puter”. In Windows XP or older, double click on the “My Computer” icon on your desktop. 2. Take note of the drives listed in the window, then insert your USB or other device. 3. Watch your “My Computer” window, and in a few seconds, your new device will be assigned a drive letter and appear in the window. 4. The memory card slots will always use the same drive letter, so you can mark each slot somehow for future reference. A USB device won’t always use the same drive letter, so you might have to check each time. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I just heard a very disturbing post on the news that there is a serious threat to everyone who uses ‘Java’ - like the entire world I think! It stated that these hacks are going in through Java and able to invade your computer or any device that uses Java. They recommend disabling it. I found Java in my programs but I do not how to disable it – only Uninstall. Also, if you disable or uninstall Java - How will it affect games and any other things? Very worrisome for me as, like you, I make extra income on my computer. Any assistance will again be greatly appreciated. Pattie

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thing. I do have the software CD that came with the printer. Thanks, Mike Dear Mike, You have a couple of options for your wife to print. If you want to keep the same physical setup that you currently have, (the printer plugged into your computer all the time) you can network your computer and your wife’s laptop, then share the printer from your computer with your wife’s laptop. Once you have networked the two computers, (which is too complicated to outline here) you only need to make sure your computer is turned on, and your wife can print from her laptop. You have already mentioned another option, which would be to connect the printer directly to her laptop when she wants to print. Your third option would be to purchase a printer that can be attached directly to your network. With a network printer, you would attach an Ethernet cable directly to your router, and all computers on the network will be able to print to that printer. Elizabeth Comments This Week: Comment: Just want to say thanks. Your solution to another computer user helped me too. You are now my answer person... Dave Comment: Hi, In a recent edition of the Computer Lady newsletter, you asked a letter writer if they had a favorite site for downloading free and legitimate wallpapers. Here is my favorite: http://www. desktopnexus.com/ They have almost 900,000 images that are free, safe and easy to download. They automatically adjust the image to fit your computer or you can override that with your own dimensions. Jo Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.


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Hospitals Insist on Additional Visitation Measures during Flu Season ROCHESTER – In response to the national and local outbreak of influenza in the community and, in an effort to protect patients, Frisbie Memorial Hospital is taking additional measures to limit the spread of seasonal influenza virus. Additional measures include: Individuals under the age of 12 will be restricted from all areas of the hospital unless being treated as a patient. Exception: healthy siblings of newborns on the

Women and Children’s Health unit. Any visitor with respiratory or flu-like illness should refrain from visiting any patient care unit and should leave the premises. On the Women and Children’s Health unit, visitors are limited to the newborn’s parents/significant other of the mother, and healthy siblings of the newborn. Adult patients, who are at the hospital for outpatient tests, treatments or procedures, are strongly discouraged from bringing young children. If

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no other arrangement can be made, parents of ill children should reschedule the visit. If the influenza pandemic warrants further limitations, visiting hours may be restricted at the discretion of the hospital. Frisbie Memorial Hospital recognizes that there may be certain circumstances when a visitor with influenza-like illness or other infection will need to visit a loved one. These special circumstances will be made on a case-by-case basis in collaboration with the Nurse Manager and Infection Prevention.

Feeling the Pressure? Knowing Numbers Can Save Your Life! Are you feeling the pressure because you don’t know your numbers? If you don’t know your numbers you should! It could save your life. “Your blood pressure numbers are really important and can help you keep your heart healthy,” said Deborah Boucher, a nurse at The Homemakers Health Services. “Consider them to be heart health barometers; if they’re too high, you could get into trouble.” If you don’t know your numbers, The Homemakers Health Services will make it really easy for you to find out. “The Homemakers Health Services has once again teamed up with the American Heart Association for its “Feel the Pressure” campaign. We’re gathering up our blood pressure cuffs and we’re hitting the road to bring heart health awareness to you,” said René Philpott, public relations director at The Homemakers. “Throughout the month of February – American Heart Health Month – members of The Homemakers professional health care teams will provide free blood pressure checks along with oxygen saturation level checks at select locations

throughout Rockingham, Strafford and Carroll counties.” All participants of the blood pressure clinics will also receive a “Know Your Numbers” card from the New Hampshire Heart Association as well as informational materials regarding heart health.” “High blood pressure is known as the ‘silent killer’ because there are no symptoms associated with it and most people are unaware that they have the condition,” said Boucher. “It affects one in three adults in the Granite State, and left untreated, high blood pressure along with high cholesterol, diabetes and smoking accounts for 85 percent of our risk of having a heart attack or stroke which are the number one causes of death in New Hampshire. “That’s a pretty concerning statistic and The Homemakers and the American Heart Association think it’s time to step up and do something about it. If you know your numbers then you can make healthy decisions and get the help you need before your well-being is at risk.” “According to Philpott, in conjunction with the “Feeling the Pressure” campaign, The Homemakers will be hosting

Frisbie’s Volunteer of the Month: Althea Burrows (courtesy photo)

“The Amazing Heart Race” Facebook Contest. “Each day, on our Facebook page, The Homemakers will post a picture of our “Amazing Heart” with a clue pointing to where we provided blood pressure screenings that day,” said Philpott. “The person to guess the most correct places The Homemakers’ Amazing Heart has been throughout the month will win a heart healthy prize. If you’re business or organization would like to host an on-site blood pressure clinic, contact René Philpott at 335-1770, ext. 103 or rphilpott@thehomemakers.org

ROCHESTER – Frisbie Memorial Hospital’s volunteer services department recently named Althea Burrows as its January “Volunteer of the Month.” Burrows is a participant in the National Able Program and was assigned to Frisbie through the volunteer department.

When asked how she feels about doing service work at Frisbie, Burrows said, “I really look forward to waking up in the morning and coming to the hospital to work. It’s so rewarding for me to bring joy to people whether they are patients or Frisbie staff. Several people have stopped me in the hallway to offer me words of appreciation. I love it here.” Gift shop manager Linda Sunderland offered, “Althea is always upbeat with a smile on her face, available for anything and everything. She is a volunteer extraordinaire! We’re fortunate to have Althea with us. She has such a great attitude!”

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Beat the Winter Blues with Laughter at ShakesBEERience

PORTSMOUTH – Seven Stages Shakespeare Company, the creative team behind Prescott Park Arts Festival’s Shakespeare in Prescott Park, will present a new ShakeBEERience at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28 with a reading of William Shakespeare’s comedy “Two Gentlemen of Verona” at The Press Room in downtown Portsmouth. The cast will include C.J. Lewis, Brian Chamberlain, Lauren Sowa, Doria Bramante, Blair Hundertmark, Andrew Codispoti, Jim Sears, Becky Rudolf, Christopher Reiling, Peter Josephson, Bruce Pingree, Todd Hunter, Matt Schofield, and Glenn Provost This event is free to the public. For more information about Seven Stages Shakespeare Company, or about the ShakesBEERience program, please visit www.7stagesshakes.wordpress.com.

Music Hall to Launch Series with “The Magistrate” PORTSMOUTH – On Sunday, Jan. 27, at 1 p.m., The Music Hall’s National Theatre of London HD Broadcast series will begin the new year with its fourth broadcast of the 2012-2013 season, accompanied by a reception catered by the Teatotaller Tea House from Somersworth, N.H., starting at noon. The Music Hall will welcome Teatotaller back due to the popularity of the café’s prescreening services. Finger sandwiches, scones, dessert selec-

tions, and tea will be available to sample and purchase before the show. The Loft menu and bar will also be open. After serving tea, the broadcast series will begin at 1 p.m. as Tony Award winner John Lithgow takes the title role in “The Magistrate,” Olivier Award-winning director Timothy Sheader’s hit farce by the English playwright Arthur Wing Pinero. The National Theatre of London’s groundbreaking project broadcasts the best of British

theatre from the stage to local cinemas around the world. Each performance is filmed in high definition and broadcast via satellite to over 700 venues in 22 countries. The National Theatre stages over 20 new shows a year at its London home. Tickets are $27.50, or $15 for ages 18 and under. Tickets can be purchased at The Music Hall box office in the Historic Theater, 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, over the phone at (603)436-2400, or on our website www.themusichall.org.

Sacred Landscapes of Peru: The Photographs of Carl Austin Hyatt Andrew Codispoti as Edgar in Seven Stages Shakespeare Company’s ShakesBEERience reading of KING LEAR. Next reading is TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA on January 28th at 6:30 PM. Photograph courtesy of Bushor Photography.

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DURHAM – Two new exhibitions featuring the photography of Portsmouth artist Carl Austin Hyatt as well as Californian impressionist landscapes from The Irvine Museum will open to the public at the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire on Saturday, Jan. 26. A public reception for “Sacred Landscapes of Peru: The Photographs of Carl Austin Hyatt” and “California Impressionism, Paintings from The Irvine Museum” will take place on Friday, Jan. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. “Sacred Landscapes of

Peru: The Photographs of Carl Austin Hyatt” features the work of this photographer who regularly travels to Peru to document and study indigenous spiritual practices. His black and white photographs range from images of Machu Picchu, to abstracted images of Inca stone work, portraits, images of a shaman ritual, and landscape images of Cusco. The exhibition also includes a selection of Q’ero textiles Hyatt has collected during his journeys. A 1996 MacDowell Colony Fellow, Hyatt’s work is represented in collections across the United States, Canada,

Europe, and Asia. “California Impressionism, Paintings from The Irvine Museum” highlights works from the late 19th century and 20th century, when California’s landscape served as the inspiration for a profusion of lightfilled paintings. This traveling exhibition from The Irvine Museum features 35 works of 29 California painters, including: Franz A. Bischoff (1864-1929), Donna Schuster (1883-1953), and Thaddeus Welch (18441919), and is supported by the FEDCO Charitable Foundation and the S. Melvin and Mary Jo Rines Art Exhibition Fund.

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more shops and stores than local residents can support. Vacancies are an inevitable consequence of a boom that goes bust. Although enclosed shopping centers are faring better than strip malls according to many financial analysts, retailers in traditional shopping malls are still hurting. Maintaining occupancy levels in malls has been challenging. Now that consumers are being more cautious, retailers simply cannot afford to keep business thriving. But it is not all doom and gloom for shopping malls. While clothing and shoe shops may be saying farewell, many restaurants, most notably chain establishments, are moving in and occupying formerly vacant retail space. Much in the way that movies released during the Great Depression were about fun times and enjoying oneself, shopping malls are now catering to a feel-good atmosphere. Roughly 16 percent of

mall space is now being leased to restaurants, according to CoStar Group. Entertainment options, from movie theaters to arcades to sports venues, also are taking up occupancy in shopping malls. Entertainment venues are helping to drive the growth of malls and also to help keep them viable. Some business analysts have called this expanded mall concept the mall of the new millennium. However, these entertainment meccas are largely limited to higher-end malls. As the economy slowly recovers, entertainment malls may become more the norm than the exception. Plus, these alternative entertainment source renters may help traditional retailers return to the mall environment and once again find success. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.


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Choral Society to Launch Rehearsals for Spring Concert ROCHESTER – The Granite State Choral Society will begin its work on its spring concert, “CANTA!” on Sunday, Jan. 27. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, the concert will include choral music with a nod to the Spanish language. While many of the selections will be sung in Spanish, there will be material in English, including music from Broadway with a Hispanic background. The centerpiece of the program is a work entitled “Misa

PORTSMOUTH – Artists Dorine Gross and Wendy Turner will exhibit their work at the Gateway Gallery at Great Bay Community College from Tuesday, Jan. 29 through March 22. Gross is a Rye, N.H., artist whose work has been featured in “American Artist” and is found in private and corporate collections in New Hampshire and throughout the United States and in Europe. Her landscapes and still life paintings are rendered in acrylic on canvas. Turner is a Kittery Point, Maine, artist who describes her work as bold hyper-realist images of nature and the seacoast. Her work has been ex-

hibited extensively throughout New England and Florida. Her seascapes and lobster traps are done in oil and watercolor. The event is sponsored by the College Alumni Association, The Green Bean, and Peter Hopkinson Band. An opening reception is planned on Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. The event is free and reservations are not required. For more information on the reception or the exhibit visit: www. greatbay.edu/art_gallery. (www.greatbay.edu underscore gallery) For more information, contact: Annette Brennan or e-mail: acohen@ccsnh.edu. The gallery is open during regular college hours and is free to the public. (courtesy photo)

Criolla” by Ariel Ramirez which was composed in 1963 and is a mass setting with both popular and liturgical styles from Argentina Rehearsals for Granite State’s spring concert session will begin on Sunday. Rehearsals are scheduled from 4 to 6:30 p.m. at First Church Congregational in Rochester. Open registration will begin at 3:15 p.m. on Sunday and end on Sunday, Feb. 10. The spring concerts are scheduled for May 4 and 5.

For more information about joining the chorus, e-mail kdld@metrocast.net or call 207457-1576. The Granite State Choral Society is a non-auditioned community chorus dedicated to presenting quality choral performances, ranging in styles from classical to secular, and to promoting the appreciation of the choral arts. Members come from all walks of life and range from experienced singers to novices.

Growing Roses in New England PORTSMOUTH – The Herb Society of America’s NorthEast Seacoast Unit will host a program,. “Growing Roses in New England,” on Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. at Stoodley’s Tavern, Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth. Jamie Colen, the garden director at Fuller Gardens, North Hampton, will discuss the important criteria to consider in selecting roses, soil and nutrient requirements, cultivation, pruning, winter acclimation and protection. Fuller Gardens is a turn-of-the-century estate garden that was once

the ornament to the summer estate of Alvan T. Fuller, former governor of Massachusetts. It features about 2,000 rose bushes with hundreds of varieties of roses; formal English perennials borders; a Japanese Garden; annual displays and a tropical and desert conservatory. Colen began his tenure at Fuller Gardens in 1989 while still attending the University of New Hampshire and working on an entomology degree. After five years at the Gardens, he left to attend North Carolina State University, Raleigh, to complete course work for an

advanced degree in environmental conservation. While at NCSU he held a research position and ran the field laboratory with the U.S. Federal Fish and Wildlife Department. He returned to the Fuller Gardens in 1996 and in 1999 assumed the position as garden director. Admission to the lecture is $8 ($5 for Strawbery Banke Museum members). Space is limited so pre-registration is required. To register, contact Rie Sluder at nesunit@gmail. com or 603-642-7034. Proceeds benefit the lecture series, scholarships and SBM’s horticultural education efforts.

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St. Thomas Aquinas High School Hockey Pink Out

DOVER – This Saturday, January 26, at 4:45pm, the St. Thomas Aquinas High School Boys Hockey team will hold its annual “Pink Out” game vs. Londonderry at the Dover Arena. The team is proud to support the fight against cancer and will wear pink uniform jerseys at the game. Donations will be accepted at the gate and a silent auction and raffle will be held during the game with all proceeds benefitting the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Last year, the team successfully raised $2,200 for the organization. This year, they hope to raise $3,000. Join the fight against cancer. All are welcome and encouraged to wear pink. For more information, visit STA at www. stalux.org or call (603) 742-3206. (courtesy photo)

HAMPTON – Get set to roll up your sleeves, ride the clickety-clack tractor and lend a helping hand in this farm-tastic barnyard adventure on Friday, January 25 at 10 a.m. With an oink-oink here, and a moo-moo there, it’s time to sing along, plant the crops, and feed the animals on the new clubhouse farm. But when Farmer Pete’s giant windmill blows all the cows, chickens, and piggies out of their pens, it’s up to you – with the right Mouseketools – to help Mickey and Donald find all the animals and bring them home. These movies and shows are specifically for our preschool set (younger brothers/sisters are welcome). The

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Children’s Museum Welcomes New Board Members DOVER – The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire recently welcomed two new members to its board of directors. Susan Entz, executive director for strategic events and programs at the University of New Hampshire, and Sarah Lavoie, an attorney with Burns, Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller and Durkin, joined the board as the museum approaches its fifth year in Dover and 30th year of operation. “As a new board member and a parent of children who have benefited from the museum’s extensive programming I look forward to using my experience in fundraising and event planning to benefit the work of the board,” said Entz. In her current position at UNH, Entz is responsible for a synchronized multi-department events plan that serves the goals and objectives of the university’s

strategic plan and advancement efforts. She joined the UNH Foundation in 1998 as a major gifts officer and became the director of university events and programs in 2002 until assuming her current position in 2012. Prior to joining the university, Entz and her husband, Ken, traveled worldwide as members of the management team for Feld Entertainment’s “Walt Disney’s World on Ice.” Entz lives with her husband and two children, Erika and Emily, in Eliot, Maine. She earned bachelor of arts degree from Boston College and a master’s degree from the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore School of Business and Economics. Lavoie is an associate with the Dover law firm of Burns, Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller and Durkin, where she has practiced

Sarah Lavoie (left) and Susan Entz (right) have joined the Board of the Children’s Museum. (courtesy photo)

since October of 2005. Before joining the firm, Lavoie worked as a judicial law clerk for the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court. She is a graduate of Dover public schools, Holy Cross College and Villanova University School of Law.

“As a parent, I am excited to join the board of directors for the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire and play a part in the museum’s many meaningful contributions to children and families in New Hampshire and beyond,” stated Lavoie.

Piscataqua Savings Bank Expands Trusts & Investments Team

SIS Bank Celebrates New Portsmouth Location Portsmouth – Adding to SIS Bank’s eight Maine locations, the mutual savings bank recently expanded into New Hampshire with a branch in Portsmouth at 501 Islington Street. The branch opened for business in early January 2013 and is providing incredible offers to new customers, running several promotions and contests, and making donations to area charities. For example, in a current and ongoing promotion, new customers who open a personal Ultimate checking account at the Portsmouth branch can receive up to $50 for themselves, while choosing a charity to receive $50. SIS Portsmouth is also offering a home equity line of credit, Prime Plus, with 0% APR and no closing costs. The three charities in-

cluded in the $50 giveaway are Families First (www.familiesfirstseacoast.org), which helps parents and children build positive relationships and prevents domestic violence; Crossroads House (www.crossroadshouse. org), an emergency and transitional housing organization; and Seacoast Food Pantry (www. seacoastfamilyfoodpantry.org), which provides low-income individuals and families with food, personal care products and education for healthy living. In further recognition of the new Portsmouth branch, SIS invites all to visit and enter a drawing to win an iPad2. The winning name will be drawn on February 28, the first day of a Grand Opening celebration, which continues through March 31. During the Grand Opening, the SIS ATM in Portsmouth will randomly dis-

PORTSMOUTH ­– Piscataqua Savings Bank recently welcomed John P. Fredette, CFA to the bank’s trust department as a trust investment officer. Fredette earned an undergraduate degree in accounting from Plymouth State University and a graduate degree in finance from Southern New Hampshire University. He was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in September 2012. Fredette’s responsibilities include managing new and existing trust client investment portfolios. Prior to joining the bank, he was employed by Fidelity Investments as an assistant portfolio manager in the

global asset allocation division. He will reside in the Portsmouth area with his wife, Lisa.

pense $50 bills instead of $20s as part of the ATM Gone Wild promotion. To learn more about these specials and the Grand Opening celebration, visit banksis.com/ grandopening. Great offers and promotions notwithstanding, the Grand Opening celebration is an opportunity for Portsmouth area residents to meet SIS staff, to hear about the ways in which the bank supports the communities where it operates, and to find out why SIS is known as “The Bank that

Listens.” “We’re incredibly excited to be a part of the Portsmouth community,” said Mark Mickeriz, president and CEO of SIS. “Building relationships in the communities we serve and providing great customer service is the best part of doing business. That’s what we’ve being doing since 1933 in Maine, and we intend to do the same in New Hampshire.” For more information, visit www.banksis.com, Facebook Page facebook.com/banksis or call 207-324-2285.

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Library Dedicates Meeting Room to Trustee Emeritus

STRATHAM – The Wiggin Memorial Library in Stratham will dedicate its community meeting room in memory of D. Craig Wark Jr., past library trustee and trustee emeritus who passed away in 2012. The community and friends and family of Wark are invited to a brief dedication followed by a social time in the newly named “Craig’s Room” in the library at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9. During his 10 years on the board of trustees, Wark spearheaded efforts that led the library to receive the New Hampshire Library Trustees Association (NHLTA) awards for the library and library director. The NHLTA also recognized him as the New Hampshire Library Trustee of the Year in 2004, and the Wiggin Memorial Library named Wark its first and only trustee emeritus after his years of service as a board member and chairman of the board. His advocacy was instrumental in the library’s successful expansion/renovation project, which created the meeting room for the community’s use. “Dedicating this community space is a fitting tribute to Craig’s spirit and his dedication to the library and community,” said Bruce Cotter, current chairman of the library board of trustees. For more information about the dedication event, contact the library at 603-772-4346 or director@wigginml.org or check out the library’s website at http://library.strathamnh.gov.

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45. From the Leaning Tower’s city 46. Cologne 47. Moses’ elder brother (Bible) 50. A minute amount (Scott) 51. Hindu name for 4 epochs 52. Faded and dull 53. Radioactivity unit 55. The face of a clock 56. The inner forearm bone 59. Tai language of the Mekong region 60. Embrocate 61. Possessed 62. Public promotions 64. Sorrowful

Answers to last week’s puzzles

Just in time for the BIG Game!

WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF A NEW 2012 OR 2013 KIA, YOU WILL RECEIVE A

32” FLAT SCREEN TV OR IPAD OR 4 SKI PASSES

ALL NEW KIAS COME WITH A LIFETIME POWERTRAIN WARRANTY *See dealer for details! NEW 2013 KIA STK# 3563

SORENTO LX AWD

RATE AS LOW AS

1.24%

MSRP $27,190 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $695 CUSTOMER CASH – $1,500 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $500 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

NEW 2012 KIA STK# S3447

SAVE 3,945

$

BUY FOR $23,245 OR

$

329/MO*

SPORTAGE LX AWD

RATE AS LOW AS

SAVE 2,680

$

1.24%

10 YEAR 5 YEAR / 5 YEAR / 5 YEAR /

STK# 3628

SOUL

SAVE $ 860

WE HAVE A TON TO CHOOSE FROM! MSRP $17,464 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $560 MONTH OF JANUARY DISCOUNT – $200

NEW 2012 KIA STK# 3417

BUY FOR $16,704 OR LEASE

$

138/MO*

FORTE EX 5DR

RATE AS LOW AS

SAVE 3,572

$

1.24%

MSRP $24,575 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $930 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $500 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

• • • •

NEW 2013 KIA

WE GUARANTEE TO BEAT ANY KIA DEALER OR YOU WILL RECEIVE $200 CASH FROM US! *See dealer for details!

BUY FOR $21,895 OR

$

299/MO*

MSRP $19,840 SPECIAL – $1,500 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $822 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

NEW 2013 KIA STK# 3629

RIO LX 5DR

MSRP $17,320 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $735 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $1,000 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

NEW 2012 KIA STK# S3509

BUY FOR $15,335 OR LEASE

$

OPTIMA LX

SAVE 3,046

1.24% BUY FOR $17,518 OR

$

199/MO*

MSRP $22,060 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $796 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $1,000 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

12 TO CHOOSE FROM

BUY FOR $19,014 OR

NO CREDIT APPLICATION REFUSED! GUARANTEED HIGHEST VALUE TRADE-IN! WE REFUSE TO BE UNDER SOLD BY ANYONE!

* Upon approval with Kia Motors Finance Credit for lease or purchase. 39 Months, 12K miles per year, on lease or 60 months on purchase. $2995 Down in cash or trade. Tax and documentation is not included. We reserve the right to correct any typos in pricing. See dealer for complete details. Offers expire 1/31/13.

SOMERSWORTH 375 Rt 108 • Somersworth, NH www.kiasomer swor th.com

603-692-1699

Hours: Mon to Thur 8:30am-8pm / Fri 8:30am-6pm / Sat 9am-5pm / Sun 11am-5pm

108/MO* $

RATE AS LOW AS

/ 100,000 MILE - LIMITED POWERTRAIN WARRANTY 60,000 MILE - LIMITED BASIC WARRANTY 100,000 MILE - LIMITED ANTI-PERFORATION WARRANTY 60,000 MILE - 24 HOUR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

KIA

SAVE 1,985

$

$

259/MO*


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No N No No

DO DOWN DOW OWN N PAYMENT NT NT

Somersworth Hyundai

SECURITY TY Y DEPOSIT PAYMENT TILL SPRING

17,205

*

N NDAI 37 2013 HYUNDAI MPG VELOSTER TER

UP TO

179 9

$

LEASE FOR

38

UP TO

MPG LEASE FOR

*per

mo.

* per

mo.

169*

$

per mo.

AVAILABLE

*36 mos., 12K mi. per year, $1,899 due at signing.

LEASE EAASSE FOR FFO ORR O

269

$

14,423 1

*36 mos., 12K mi. per year, $1,999 due at signing.

LEASE FOR

*

PER MONTH

$

30

21,842

UP TO

MPG LEASE FOR

GT $

199

AVAILABLE

*per

mo.

1.99% AVAILABLE

TUCSON

*36 mos., 12K mi. per year, $2,999 due at signing.

239

17,147

$

*per

mo.

16,340

*36 mos., 12K mi. per year, $2,499 due at signing.

2013 HYUNDAI

$

13,254

1.99%

37 2013 HYUNDAI MPG ELANTRA

UP TO

1.99%

ELANTRA

179

LEASE FOR

1.99%

AVAILABLE

*36 **3 36 mos., mo m os. s., 12K 12K 2K mi. m miii.. per pe per year, y ye ear, arr, $2,299 $2,2 $2,2 $2, $2 , 29 29 99 9 due due e at a signing.

AVAILABLE

1.99%

37 2013 HYUNDAI MPG ACCENT

UP TO

15,942

2013 HYUNDAI

$

SANTA FE

MPG

$

199 9

$

29 ALL NEW 2013 HYUNDAI

UP TO

0 9% 0.9

DAAI 35 ALL NEW 2013 HYUNDAI MPG SONATA GLS

UP TO

LEASE FOR

GSS

ALL DEALS GOOD THROUGH JANUARY 31ST AT 8PM!!

All you A ne need is a PEN P

$

*36 mos., 12K mi. per year, $2,399 due at signing.

ALL PRE-OWNED $1,000 BELOW BOOK VALUE GUARANTEED! 2002 TOYOTA CAMRY LE

GRAY, 64K, AUTO., PW, PL, A/C, CD #12483HA

8,983

$

2008 NISSAN VERSA 1.8S BOOK VALUE $9,995 BUY FOR

BLACK, 73K, AUTO., PW, PL, A/C, CD #13359HA

BOOK VALUE $11,400 BUY FOR

OCEAN GRAY, 10K, AUTO., ALLOYS, PW, PL, A/C #H792

10,389

8,994

$

BOOK VALUE $20,995 BUY FOR

BOOK VALUE $15,995 BUY FOR

BLACK, 32K, AUTO., PW, PL, A/C #H757

$

2012 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 S COUPE

2009 HONDA FIT SPORT

2011 FORD FOCUS SES

2008 SATURN AURA XE

BOOK VALUE $9,995 BUY FOR

SILVER, 89K, AUTO., PW, PL, A/C, CD #12087HA

13,850

$

2009 KIA SPORTAGE LX FWD

19,875

$

11,971

$

2008 HYUNDAI ELANTRA SE

BOOK VALUE $13,995 BUY FOR

SILVER, 35K, 5 SPD., ALLOYS, PW, PL, A/C #H755

BOOK VALUE $12,995 BUY FOR

WHITE, 81K, AUTO., PW, PL, A/C, CD #13324HA

BOOK VALUE $9,545 BUY FOR

BLACK, 100K, MANUAL., PW, PL, A/C, CD #13089HB

11,987

$

8,545

$

Book Your Next Service Appt. Online & View Our Entire Inventory 24/7

FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED FOR OVER 12 YEARS @ SomersworthHyundai.com 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH 603-692-5220 #1

& SIGNR D IVE

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

00

All you need is a PEN

$

WINTER INT E W RN LD L O E W S SELLDOWN

BONUS CASH UP TO $1,000

*All prices and payments based on in-stock units and exclude tax, title, destination and dealer fees. Price reflects all available rebates Competitive owner, Valued owner, Military, Recent college grad, HMF bonus cash. See dealer for qualifications. New England Auto Show Bonus

FA M I LY O W N E D & O P E R AT E D F O R O V E R 1 2 Y E A R S

#1 &Down SIGN R IVE FA M I LY O W N E D & O P E R AT E D F O R O V E R 1 2 Y E ABONUS CASH D Payment RS No

No $ SIG N o&Deposit N N oRPayment E Til IVSummer D No All you need Security is a PEN

0

NTEEVENT WISALES R SUPER SUPER SALES EVENT

All youN need o is a PEN Available on

$

0%

Down Payment Security Deposit Payment Til Summer

Available on 32 IN Vehicles All New

AVAIL ABLE

STOCK

0%

AVA ILABLE

18

IN STOCK

NEW ’12 NISSAN FRONTIER SV 0%

NEW ’13 NISSAN OR BUY FOR ALTIMA 2.5S

NEW ’12 NISSAN OR BUY FOR FRONTIER SV

0%

229

$

FINANCE FOR

AVAILABLE

PER MONTH

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #31462 VIN ENDING IN: 452892

17,901 $

20,999 $

$

229 $

32 IN STOCK

189 $ 0%

AVAIL ABLE

75 months withNISSAN $1,999 cash NEW ’13 FINANCE PER or trade due @ signing. $600 FOR college grad included. ALTIMA 2.5SMONTH

229

IN STOCK

LEASE FOR

PER MONTH

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #13113 VIN ENDING IN: 187366

0% $ AVAILABLE

18

189

$

STOCK

18

IN STOCK

LEASE PER 39 month leaseNISSAN with $1,999 NEW ’12 cash or trade due @ signing. FOR MONTH $600 college grad included. FRONTIER SV

189

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #31462 VIN ENDING IN: 452892

THIS NOT A YOU OWN IT! 1 ORIS MORE ATLEASE! THIS PRICE. #13113

ALL DEALS GOOD THROUGH

SUPER SALES EVENT

NEW ’13 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S 32 IN

AVAILABLE

JANUARYCASH 31ST BONUS JANUARY 31ST AT 8PM!! UP AT TO8PM!! $1,000

ALL DEALS GOOD THROUGH

SELLDOWN

All New Vehicles All New Vehicles

No No No

UP TOGOOD $1,000 ALL DEALS THROUGH

#1

Down Payment Security Deposit Payment Available on Til Summer

0%

12

IN STOCK

AVA ILABLE

NEW ’12 NISSAN VERSA 1.8S HB 0%

12

129

$

IN STOCK

AVAILABLE

FINANCE FOR

PER MONTH

NEW ’12 NISSAN OR BUY FOR VERSA 1.8S HB 1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #11462 VIN ENDING IN: 295565

10,998 $

$

129 $ 0%

12

IN STOCK

AVAIL ABLE

NEW ’12 NISSAN VERSA 1.8S HB

75 months with $1,999 cash FINANCE PER or trade due @ signing. $600 FOR MONTH college grad included.

129

THIS NOT AT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! 1 ORIS MORE THIS PRICE. #11462

0%

AVAIL ABLE

9 IN STOCK

0%

AVAIL ABLE

NEW ’13 NISSAN VERSA SV 9 IN %

0

45

$

AVAILABLE LEASE FOR

PER MONTH

45 $

PER MONTH

NEW ’13 NISSAN OR BUY ROGUE SFOR AWD

18,199 $

0% $ AVAILABLE

249 $

9 IN STOCK

LEASE PER 24 month leaseNISSAN with $1,999 NEW ’13 cash FORor trade due @ signing. MONTH $600 college grad SV included. VERSA

45

NEW ’13 NISSAN OR BUY FOR SENTRA SV

249

STOCK

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #22213 VIN ENDING IN: 615378

11,651 $

$AVAI0% LABLE

16 IN STOCK

NEW ’13 NISSAN college gradS included. ROGUE AWD

FINANCE PER 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 FOR MONTH

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #11213 VIN ENDING IN: 837492

22

IN STOCK

FINANCE FOR

0

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #11213 VIN ENDING IN: 837492

MPG

NEW ’13 NISSAN SENTRA SV 39

AVAILABLE

NEW ’13 NISSAN OR BUY FOR VERSA SV

STOCK

NEW ’13 NISSAN ROGUE S AWD 16 IN %

$

STOCK

JANUARY 31ST AT 8PM!! 16 IN 39

249

IS NOTAT A LEASE! YOU #22213 OWN IT! 1THIS OR MORE THIS PRICE. VIN ENDING IN: 615378

49

M$ PG

LEASE FOR

22

IN STOCK PER MONTH

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #12113 VIN ENDING IN: 643979

13,899 $

$ M39 PG

49 $

22

IN STOCK

LEASE PER 24 month lease with $1,999 NEW ’13 NISSAN cash or trade due @ signing. FOR $600 college grad included. SENTRA SVMONTH

49

1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #12113 VIN ENDING IN: 643979

$ $ $ $ $ 17,901 11,651 10,998 20,999 13,899 18,199 $ $ $ $ $ $ $

VIN ENDING IN: 187366

O M E RLEASE SOR W OFOR RT H OR BUYS FOR BUY PER

FINANCE PER 2011 NISSAN MAXIMA FOR MONTH

Gray, 36K, Alloys, 1 OR MORE AT THISSunroof,PW/PL, PRICE. #13113AM/FM/CD, VIN ENDING IN: 187366 Keyless Entry Stk. #N12645A

17,901 OR BUY FOR

2007 DODGE RAM 1500 4X4 85K, PW/PL, 75 months with Silver, $1,999 Quad Cab, cash Keyless Entry or trade due @ signing. $600 Stk. #P9066A college grad included.

PER

PW/PL, Alloys, VIN ENDING IN: 295565 Keyless Entry Stk. #N13233A

20,999 10,998 VIN ENDING IN: 452892

HEMI

9,876 OR BUY FOR $

1999 TOYOTA CAMRY SOLARA

39 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

13,986

$

FINANCE

2007 SUBARU IMPREZA FOR MONTH FOR MONTH ONE ONE Gray, 74K, AWD OWNER OWNER 1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #31462 1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #11462

17,625 OR BUY FOR

$

NIS A FOR N C E R T IOR FBUY I EFOR D U S E D OR CBUY A FOR R C E N T EORRBUY FOR ORS BUY VIN ENDING IN: 295565

STATE

Silver, 127K, 75 months withINSPECTED $1,999 cash 2dr, Alloys, Fog Lights, PW/PL, AM/FM/CD or trade due @ signing. $600 Stk. #N12573B

$

3,590

college grad included.

LEASE

PER

FINANCE

2003 FORNISSAN ALTIMA MONTH

11,651 #N13135B OR BUY Stk. FOR

$

2011 KIA SPORTAGE

18,199

4,464 OR BUY FOR

VIN ENDING IN: 615378

or trade due @ signing. $600 14,717 college grad included.

$

Somersworth Nissan

75 months with $1,999 cash THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! or trade due @ signing. $600

39 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

75 months $1,999 cashIT! THIS IS NOT A with LEASE! YOU OWN or trade due @ signing. $600

24 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

PER

4WD, Alloys, Steprails, VIN ENDING IN: 643979 PW/PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. #P9223

13,899

21,544 OR BUY FOR $

2011 NISSAN MURANO SV ONE ONE Silver, 16K, Auto, AWD OWNER OWNER 24 month lease with $1,999 75 months with $1,999 cash

Black, 23K,Alloys,

24 month lease with $1,999 PW/PL, AM/FM, Entry cash or trade dueKeyless @ signing. Stk. #N13193B $600 college grad included.

LEASE

PER

2011 NISSAN XTERRA FOR MONTH FOR MONTH STATE SUPER Gray, 19K, Auto, INSPECTED CLEAN 1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #22213 1 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. #12113

Red, 123K, Auto

1 OR MORE AT THIS PW/PL, PRICE. AM/FM/CD, #11213 VIN ENDING IN: 837492 Keyless Entry

Sunroof, Alloys, PW/PL, AM/FM/CD cash or trade Stk. #N12762A

23,785

$due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

75 months $1,999 cashIT! THIS IS NOT Awith LEASE! YOU OWN or trade due @ signing. $600

24 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. 3 FREE OIL CHANGES $600 college grad included. 3 FREE CAR WASHES

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

Service Open All Day Saturday 7:30am - 5:00pm

S O M E R 285 SWO R T108, H NSomersworth, I S S A N C E R TNH I F I E• D USED CAR CENTER Rte. 603-692-5200

college grad included.

college grad included.

college grad included.

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

3 FREE STATE INSPECTIONS

Credit? No Credit? Visit hours days week at: SomersworthNissan.com SOMER S us W24O R SUBARU Ta day, H 7N I Sa S AN T INISSAN F I EALTIMA D U S ESTATE D C A2011 R NISSAN CEN TBad ENO RPROBLEM! 2003 2011 NISSAN MAXIMA 2007 IMPREZA XTERRA ONE SUPER ONEC E R

Gray, 36K, Alloys, 2011 NISSAN MAXIMA

$

2007 DODGE DODGE RAM RAM 1500 1500 4X4 4X4 2007 Silver, 85K, PW/PL, PW/PL, Silver, 85K, Quad Quad Cab, Cab, Keyless Entry Stk. #P9066A #P9066A Stk.

OWNER

17,625 17,625

$

Stk. #N12645A

OWNER ONE

74K, AWD 2007 SUBARU Gray, IMPREZA

OWNER ONE

INSPECTED STATE

123K, Auto 2003 NISSAN Red, ALTIMA

Gray, 19K, Auto, 2011 NISSAN XTERRA

CLEAN SUPER CLEAN

All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

Sunroof,PW/PL, AM/FM/CD, Gray, 36K, Alloys, Keyless Entry AM/FM/CD, Sunroof,PW/PL, Stk. #N12645A Keyless Entry

HEMI HEMI

13,986

$

PW/PL, Alloys,

Gray, 74K, AWD Keyless Entry PW/PL, Alloys, Stk. #N13233A Keyless Entry Stk. #N13233A

1999 1999 TOYOTA TOYOTA CAMRY CAMRY SOLARA SOLARA

$ $

9,876 9,876 OWNER

STATE STATE INSPECTED $

Silver, 127K, Silver, 127K, INSPECTED 2dr, Fog Lights, Lights, 2dr, Alloys, Alloys, Fog PW/PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N12573B #N12573B Stk.

3,590

PW/PL, AM/FM/CD, Red, 123K, Auto Keyless Entry PW/PL, AM/FM/CD, Stk. #N13135B Keyless Entry Stk. #N13135B

$ $

2011 2011 KIA KIA SPORTAGE SPORTAGE

Black, 23K,Alloys, Black, 23K,Alloys, PW/PL, PW/PL, AM/FM, AM/FM, Keyless Entry Stk. Stk. #N13193B #N13193B

4,464 4,464

INSPECTED

ONE ONE OWNER OWNER

4WD, Alloys, Steprails, Gray, 19K, Auto, PW/PL, AM/FM/CD 4WD, Alloys, Steprails, Stk. #P9223 PW/PL, AM/FM/CD $ Stk. #P9223

2011 2011 NISSAN NISSAN MURANO MURANO SV SV

14,717 14,717

$

Somersworth Somersworth Nissan Nissan

285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5200

285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5200 Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at: SomersworthNissan.com Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

21,544 21,544

$

SomersworthNissan.com

All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

Silver, 16K, Auto, Auto, AWD AWD Silver, 16K, Sunroof, Alloys, Sunroof, Alloys, PW/PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N12762A #N12762A Stk.

ONE ONE OWNER OWNER

23,785 23,785

$

3 3 3 3

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

OIL CHANGES CAR WASHES OIL CHANGES STATE INSPECTIONS CAR WASHES

3 FREEOpen STATE Service AllINSPECTIONS Day Saturday - 5:00pm Service7:30am Open All Day Saturday

Bad7:30am Credit?- 5:00pm No Credit? NO PROBLEM!

Bad Credit? No Credit? NO PROBLEM!


January 25, 2013

12 The Granite State Sentinel

GSS

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1-800-258-1448 Shop us online 24 hours a day www.DoverHonda.com Mon-Thurs: 9am - 8pm, Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm, Sun: 11am - 4pm

029-0912-DAW-ShopOnline

5 Dover Point Rd. Dover, NH 03820

1-800-396-8109 Shop us online 24 hours a day www.DoverChevy.com

Plus title, tax, license, acquisition, and admin fee. First monthís payment due at signing. EPA highway mileage estimate. Use for comparison purposes only. Actual mileage will vary. See dealer for details.

Mon-Thurs: 9am - 8pm, Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 5pm, Sun: 11am - 4pm


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