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Volume 5 • Issue No. 5

Success for Atlantic Gymnasts

From left to right - Front row: Ayla McKean, Jillian Dalton, Megan Cunningham. Middle row: Brooke Mcerlain and Sarah Morin. Back row: Sarah Craft and Julia Toshach. (courtesy photo)

PORTSMOUTH – Level 6 gymnasts from Atlantic Gymnastic Training Center of Portsmouth recently captured first place team honors at the DGS Northeast Invite held at Trinity College. Athletes from New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York competed in this competition. The 7-10-year-old division was led by all-around winner Sarah Morin of Portsmouth. She placed first on vault and floor and second on beam.

Annual Winterfest Set in Somersworth SOMERSWORTH – A 23rd Annual Winterfest presented by the Somersworth Festival Association will be hosted on Friday, Feb. 1, and Saturday, Feb. 2. The event is underwritten by D.F. Richard Energy. On Friday from 7 to 9 p.m., the Somersworth Middle School Dance for Somersworth middle school students will be held at Somersworth High School Cafetorium. The cost

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is $6 per student and light refreshments will be available. If there is a snow day there will not be a dance. On Saturday, the association will host a Winterfest Breakfast from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Somersworth High School Cafetorium. Cost will be $3. Breakfast choices are pancakes, sausages and milk or juice. Also offered will be breakfast sandwiches to which sausage and a drink can be added, a la carte. Also the festival will be hosting Frosty’s Funfest from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Admission is free and the price per ticket for games will be 25 cents each. The Somersworth Lions Club will host open skating from noon to 4 p.m. at the Lions Club skating rink on West High Street in Somersworth. Light refreshments will be available. Somersworth High School students will present a fashion show at the high school on Saturday at 2 p.m. The Mr. Somersworth contest will get under way at 7 p.m. on Saturday. For more information on the events of Winterfest call the Somersworth Festival Association at 692-5869.

Ayla McKean of South Berwick, Maine, placed fourth in the all-around as well as second on beam and third on floor. Megan Cunningham of Seabrook placed seventh in the all-around as well as fifth place finishes on bars and floor. Sarah Craft of Dover earned honors for her all around score of 35.350. Brooke Mcerlain of Hampton, took all-around honors in the 11-year-old division, along with first place on vault and bars and second place on beam. In the 12-year-old divi-

sion, Jillian Dalton of Newfields, placed third in the allaround, along with a second place finish on beam and a third place finish on beam. Julia Toshach of Arundel, Maine, took all-around honors in the 13-year-old division, along with first place on vault, third place on beam and bars and fourth place on floor. The girls will return to practice for their Sectional meet being held on Saturday, Feb. 2, at their home gym, Atlantic Gymnastics Training Center in Portsmouth.

Students Participate in Winter Survival Program DOVER – St. Thomas Aquinas High School students recently participated in an intensive, three-day academic program called Winterterm. Winterterm goes beyond the scope of the regular academic curriculum in that courses focus on a particular area of study or interest. With over 50 Winterterm courses to choose from, students were given the opportunity to experience interactive learning in subject areas such as Shakespeare, the Cuban Missile Crisis, digital photography, astronomy, entrepreneurship, Chinese philosophy/history, quilting, technical drawing and more. One such course was called Experiencing Winter (Winter Survival) where students spent time outside, dealing with the elements, learning survival techniques. One of the highlights of the course was a field trip to White Pine Outdoor program facility in Cape Neddick, Maine. Students learned how to build fires using friction from a giant bow drill, how to gather materials to make shelters and how to set traps. Huddled around the fire for warmth, the students cooked hotdogs, s’mores and

St. Thomas Aquinas High School students take pride in the shelter they built in the woods. (courtesy photo)

made hemlock (the conifer, not the poisonous plant) tea. Mother Nature provided some snow on the second day of the course, providing the perfect backdrop for learning how to construct a shelter in the elements, and the final day was spent doing a tracking walk at the Bellamy Reserve. “This was being outside like in the old days – no ski lifts, blaring music or cafes to go into

to get out of the cold, just people huddling around a fire for some warmth, and staying warm by moving about and working, hauling logs in a snowstorm.” said Dr. Sue Pike, who led the course along with Dan Cullity. Both are teachers at St. Thomas Aquinas and leaders of the Environmental Club. For more information, visit STA at www.stalux.org or call 603-742-3206.

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Winter Exhibit Spotlights Unthemed and Varied Works

PORTSMOUTH – The Gallery at 100 Market is currently presenting “Unthemed and Varied: the Winter 2013 Exhibit.” The event opened this week and continues through April 26, with an artists’ reception at 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 1, at the gallery, 100 Market St., Portsmouth. “The title says it all. We occasionally put themes out to spark something new with artists. But generally twice a year we just leave things wide open and see what the submissions bring. The artists have never disappointed us,” said Michael Simchik, gallery patron and 100 Market owner. “This exhibit is no exception. If anything, it was more surprising than most.” The exhibit features 24 art-

ists with works in photography, printmaking, acrylic, watercolor, oil, mixed medium and wood sculpture. The collection includes representational, abstract, expressionism, modern, and conceptual art. The Lower Galleries’ exhibit features the work of Regina Valluzzi, a doctor of physics, who now paints full time. The show features a series of paintings and sketched trees. The paintings, which feature a DNA double helical motif throughout, are highly textured and embedded with glass beads and lenses. “The tree’s branching form is often used to represent relatedness and diversity,” said Valluzzi. “Combined with the double helical motif for heredity it becomes a comment on the commonality

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of species and on the molecular biological basis for heredity and diversity.” Cori Caputo is the Upper Galleries’ featured artist. Caputo, a longtime seacoast artist known for her distinctive hand, also exhibits a series of trees in sepia and a range of full color works. “I created these in sepia because it allows me to focus on composition, light and shadow,” said Caputo. “I paint in the forest for the reasons listed in my artist statement – luminous lights, shifting shadows, sparking colors and enchantment.” Among the works are three small conceptual works by Bill Paarlberg, their titles expressed in sensory experience rather than language. Barbara van Buskirk has returned with a new collection of prints, and Chris Pothier continues to show works from his boys’ series and one from his new businessman collection. Other artists include Emma Ashby, Adam Bastille, Norman Bastille, Taintor Davis Child, Marcia A. Christensen, Matthew Doherty, Marina Forbes, Gene Galipeau, Linda Gerson,

Book Group to Discuss ‘A World on Fire’ RYE – The Rye Public Library Military Book Group has chosen the second part of “A World on Fire” by Amanda Foreman as the title for its Feb. 7 discussion at 6:30 p.m. The group meets on the first Thursday of the month. “A World on Fire” tells one of the least known stories of British and American history. As America descended into civil war, British loyalties were torn between support for the North, which was against slavery, and defending the South, which portrayed itself as bravely fighting for its independence. Rallying to their respective causes, thousands of Britons went to America as solCara Gonier, Kate Higley, Bruce Jones, Melissa McLeod, Kiera McTigue, Darlene Furbush Ouellett, Bill Paarlberg, Shawn Pelech, JoAnn Portalupi, Daniel T. Rawling, Kevin M. Roddy, Raegan Russell, Nina Shore and Chris Volpe.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Pontine Theatre to Present Puppet-and-Mask Drama PORTSMOUTH – Pontine Theatre will present Sandglass Theater’s Eric Bass in a solo production, “Autumn Portraits,” at 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8, at 4 and 8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10. Tickets are $24 and may be purchased online at www. pontine.org or at the door a halfhour prior to each show (cash & checks only), based on availability. Pontine’s West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington St. in Portsmouth. “Autumn Portraits” is a

Symphony to Offer Musical Interpretation of Visual Arts ROCHESTER – “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Notes,” a tour of musical interpretations of the visual arts, will be presented by the Strafford Wind Symphony at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8, at the Historic Rochester Opera House. Norman Della Joio’s Emmy Award-winning “Scenes from the Louvre” is breathtaking. Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” tributes the late artist and architect Viktor Hartmann. American icon Norman Rockwell is portrayed by William H. Hill. Other artists spotlighted includes Georgia O’Keefe, Gino Severini, John Singer Sargent and Raphael. At the turn of the 20th century, the grand hotels of the White Mountains often hired orchestras to play music for their guests and sometimes commissioned pieces to tell regional stories. The Strafford Wind Symphony has been working with White Mountain History, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the history of the White Mountains, to retell those musical stories. For more information, visit www.straffordwindsymphony.org.

compelling solo puppet-andmask performance, a series of five interlocking vignettes, each exploring one puppet character and its interplay with its manipulator, who might appear as a masked figure, or simply a voice from the sky. The handcrafted rod puppets are characters in the “autumn” of their existence who act out their stories in precise and evocative gestures as they meet their pasts, their selves, their deaths. For most of his performance, Eric Bass manipulates the characters in full view of the

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audience. He combines his own craft with the traditional Japanese Bunraku methods of puppetry. “Autumn Portraits” is intended for adult audiences. This solo performance has won awards in Australia and Hungary and a Citation of Excellence from the Union Internationale de la Marionette. Bass and his spouse, Inez Zeller Bass, are founders of Sandglass Theater, based in Putney, Vt. Bass has presented his work in theaters and festivals throughout Europe, America, Australia and Israel.

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William H. Brennan, 72 SALEM, NH – William H. Brennan, age 72, of Salem, N.H., died Thursday, Jan. 24, at the Holy Family Hospital, Methuen, Mass. He was born in Lawrence, Mass., where he grew up and attended schools and graduated from Lawrence High School. Mr. Brennan was a machine operator at AT&T in North Andover, Mass. He enjoyed boating and fishing, and loved his dog, Rusty. He was the son of the late Benjamin and Rita (Fredrickson) Brennan. He was predeceased by his siblings, Eileen Hurrell and Richard Brennan. He is survived by his son, Daniel Brennan, and his fiancée, Kimberly Patti, of York, Maine; by his grandchildren, Matthew and Kyle Brennan, and by sev-

eral nieces and nephews. Visitation was Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the Douglas & Johnson Funeral Home, 214 Main St., Salem, NH. A funeral Mass was celebrated on Thursday, Jan. 31, at Mary Queen of Peace Church, Salem, NH. To send a message of condolence to the family, view the obituary at www.douglasand johnson.com.

1991 St. Thomas Aquinas High School Basketball State Champions (courtesy photo)

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the Saints teams as they take on Kennett High School in freshman, junior varsity and varsity play. Following the games, alumni basketball players are invited to a special post-game reception hon-

oring the 1991 and 1992 Boys State Championship teams who will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their championship. 

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~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, I never had this happen before. Working on my computer, screen went black for only a few seconds, then came back on upside down. I tried to contact Vaio help and MSN help, but had to turn computer upside down to type (not as easy as it sounds) and accidentally turned off the power while chatting with a service person. I got the idea to restore and it worked. Hooray. Did I hit a button I did not know I had (my hand is in a small splint)? This is so weird. Everyone I tell laughed! Dottie Dear Dottie, You probably did hit a keyboard combination to turn the screen upside down, however I can’t really tell you exactly what keyboard combination you used. Flipping the screen is a “feature” of the video card driver, and since there are quite a few different video card manufacturers, there is no, “universal” flip the screen keyboard combination. Some video card drivers have you hold down the “Ctrl and Alt” keys then press the arrow keys to

rotate the display. This did not work on my computer, however, I could go into the control panel and flip my monitor image. (it was hard to use the mouse with the upside down screen!) Then I just changed the setting to put it back the right way. If this happens in the future, you can either do a system restore, or try to go to your display adapter in the Control Panel and change it from there. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I recently downloaded Windows Live Mail to my laptop so that it would be the same e-mail as my desktop and the text in the menu, folders and message received boxes is so tiny that I can hardly read them. It’s not like that on my desktop computer Windows 7, 64-bit. I have windows XP with sp3, 32-bit on my laptop. I have changed the font in the outgoing mail, incoming mail, control panel (changed icon and menu sizes) and nothing seems to affect those items. Is there a way to change the size of these texts/fonts or am I wishful thinking in Eliot, Maine?

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the case of theft, flood, or fire. To protect your important files against all types of loss, you really need a third backup that is in a different physical location. Some businesses, have a backup system that includes a weekly rotation to an off-site location like a safety deposit box. Some families keep things like pictures on disks in different family members homes. I like to use the cloud for my off site backup. Both Carbonite and Mozy are great for offsite backup because they work automatically in the background while you are using your computer. I hope this information will help you keep your photos and other information safe and sound. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, My desktop icons are “frozen.” By that I mean I cannot click on and drag my desk top icons anywhere, they refuse to “drag.” This recently happened when I put a wallpaper from Microsoft on my screen, which I’ve never done before. Now I can’t change the size, or move my desktop icons. What can I do? Thank you in advance for all your help. Mary Ann Dear Mary Ann, It sounds like you might have “Auto Arrange” turned on. To turn off Auto Arrange, right click on a blank spot on your desktop, point to “View” in the context menu that appears, then click on “Auto Arrange Icons” to turn it on or off. Hopefully this fixes your problem. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Browse her articles at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.


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~ Calendar of Events ~ Saturday, February 2 Author to Speak

Portsmouth Author Harold Whitehouse will appear at Maple Suites Senior Independent Living Community, 30 Holiday Drive, Dover, at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 2, to talk about his book, “Home by Nine.” He will discuss life in early Portsmouth during the Depression and also tell stories and share photos from old-timers who grew up in the “South End” of Portsmouth. Whitehouse will autograph his book following the discussion. To attend this free discussion, RSVP at 603-742-8820. Attendees who RSVP may enjoy a meal following the seminar at 12:30 pm.

Monday, February 4 Meet Your Legislators

The Por tsmouth Democratic Committee will host a “Meet Your Legislators” forum at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 4, at Portsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrott Ave. Appearing will be State Sen.. Martha Fuller Clark and State Representatives Terie Norelli (Speaker of the House), Laura Pantelakos (Dean of the House), Jackie Cali-Pitts, Rebecca Em-

erson, Gerry Ward, Brian Wazlaw, and Joe Scarlotto. There will be opportunity for audience questions and input. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.

Tuesday, February 5 Effective Parenting

An opportunity to learn the most effective parenting style, how to win cooperation, teach values and responsibility, reduce power struggles, and balance the parenting load will be offered in a workshop, Parenting That Makes a Difference.” Facilitator: Bob Pavlik, M.Ed. Free. Tuesdays, Feb. 5, to March 12, 6-7:30 p.m., at Families First, 100 Campus Dr., Portsmouth. Advance sign-up required: 422-8208 ext. 2 or www. FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org.

Wednesday, February 6 Psychologist to Speak

“Parenting School-Age Kids” – In this Q&A session geared toward parents of elementary-schoolage children, psychologist and author Dr. Dawn Huebner will help parents understand troubling behaviors from a developmental perspective and will give practi-

cal tips on helping children develop coping and problem-solving skills. Wednesday, Feb. 6, at 9:30 a.m. at Families First, 100 Campus Dr., Portsmouth. Free. Advance sign-up required: 422-8208 ext. 2 or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org.

in Concord. The event will provide small business owners and managers with an opportunity to meet with top NH policymakers, to learn about legislative issues that could affect individual financial pictures, and tools to help companies prosper. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. Comments by a legislative leadership panel will commence at 8:15 a.m. Workshops planned include “Making New Hampshire’s New LLC Act Work for You,” “Strategies for Financing Your Small Business,” and “The Labyrinth: Helping Small Businesses Navigate Healthcare Reform.” Cost of the event is $15. Registration information is available at 224-5388, ext. 116.

Free Financial Seminar for Women

Edward Jones Financial Advisor Joe Mittica of North Hampton will host an educational seminar, “ A Woman’s Guide to Money Matters,” at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6, at his office at 18 Lafayette Road, Suite 6. Participants will learn more about: What one can do now to prepare for retirement; One’s options to pay for a child’s or grandchild’s education; Developing a strategy to help achieve one’s financial goals. The seminar is free, but space is limited. To make a reservation, call Lucy Champion, branch office administrator at 603-964-1947.

Saturday, February 9 Roast Turkey Dinner

The Parish of the Assumption will host a homemade turkey dinner at the St. Charles Church Hall, 577 Central Ave., Dover, 4-6 pm. The menu includes roast turkey, mashed potatoes and all the trimmings. Adults, $9; seniors, $8, children 5 to 12, $5, children under 5, free. Take-out meals are available for $9. The church hall is handicapped accessible.

Friday, February 8 Small Business Day Scheduled

The eighth annual Small Business Day will be hosted by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce on Friday, Feb. 8, at the Holiday Inn

Valentine Crafts for Kids

A Make It and Take It Craft Workshop for children 2 and over, “Watercolor and Crayon Valentine Cards,” will be hosted from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9, at Rochester Public Library. Advance sign-up is not necessary. Younger children should be accompanied by an adult. Older children may attend independently. Children may leave when their projects are completed, so parents should stay in the Children’s Room. FMI: Call 603-335-7549 or visit www.rpl.lib.nh.us.

First Event in Celebration of Berwick’s 300th Anniversary

Saturday, Feb. 9 at 1 p.m. (snow date: Saturday, Feb. 16) at Berwick Public Library in Berwick, Maine. Robert Crichton will speak on “Berwick’s First Town Meeting 300 Years Ago” and Patricia Wall on “Into the Spotlight: Blacks of Early Berwick.” Anne Hahn will announce the winners of the Gingerbread House-making Contest. Kelly Williams will speak on “Letterboxing” while Mary Ellen Wright will hold “Children’s Activities.” Refreshments will be served of Gingerbread and Cider. FMI: 207-698-5737 or www.berwick. lib.me.us.

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Frisbie Memorial Offers “Recipe of the Month Club” ROCHESTER – The Diabetes and Endocrine Center at Frisbie Memorial Hospital is offering free monthly educational cooking classes through their “Recipe of the Month Club.” Each month, the Center’s registered and licensed dietitians will select a new recipe, such as a healthful snack, a nutritious entrée, or a guilt-free dessert. Participants will learn how to cook healthy meals and will have the opportunity to sample the tasty

recipe creations. The next “Recipe of the Month Club” – Cooking for Two Hearts: Learn How to Make Fiber Romantic – is scheduled from 2 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 6 at the Diabetes and Endocrine Center, 245 Rochester Hill Road, Suite 1B. The “Recipe of the Month Club” is free and open to the public. Advance registration is required and can be made online at FrisbieHospital.com/ calendar, or by calling 603-9940120.

Free Seminar on Hip and Joint Pain to be Held in Dover DOVER – Maple Suites Senior Independent Living Community will host a free seminar on hip and knee pain at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb., 6 at Maple Suites, 30 Holiday Drive, Dover. The seminar will focus on the anatomy of knees and hips, signs and symptoms of joint problems, how joint specialists can help, treatment options, and diet, exercise and medication. The seminar will be con-

ducted by Donna Smith, coordinator of the joint replacement program at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital. The hospital’s joint replacement program brings together a team of surgeons, nurses, therapists and technicians to help patients live their lives without joint pain. To attend the free seminar, respond to Maple Suites at 603-742-8820. Seminar attendees who RSVP in advance may come for dinner at 12:30 p.m. at Maple Suites prior to the seminar.

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BOO K VALUE $13,9 95

BLACK, #13324HA

BOO K VALUE BOO K VALUE BOO K VALUE 2011 TOYOTA COROLLA S95 $22SE , 495 $12 ,9 2009 DODGE JOURNEY 2008 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN $11, 4 0 0 SXT $ BUY $ BUY $ BUY FO R FO R FO R 11,987 8,545 19,875 BOOK VALUE BOOK VALUE BOOK VALUE SILVER, BLUE, RED, $12,875 $17,495 $13,100 58K, 67K, 19K, $ $ $ BUY FOR BUY FOR 21,495 10,389 11,971 BUY FOR AUTO, AUTO, Book Your Next Service Appt. Online & View OurAUTO, Entire Inventory 24/7 ALLOYS, BLACK, PW, PL, 46K, A/C AUTO #H755 AWD, PW, PL, A/C, CD #13318HA

ALLOYS, GRAY, PW, PL, 64K, A/C AUTO., #H792 PW, PL, A/C, CD #12483HA

ALLOYS,

PW, PL

PW, PL, WHITE, A/C, 81K, CD AUTO., #13089HB PW, PL, A/C, CD #13324HA

2008 DODGE GRAND PW,PL, CARAVAN SXT $BOO K VALUE A/C, CD BLUE,

2009 DODGEA/C, JOURNEY SE CD $ #13229HB SILVER,

BOO K VALUE $12 , 875 BUY FO R

SUNROOF,

2011 TOYOTA S PW,COROLLA PL, $BOO K VALUE RED, A/C, CD

11,875 16,995 @ SomersworthHyundai.com 12,100 #12580HA 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, $ $ 603-692-5220 $ 11,875 16,995 2009 KIA SPORTAGE LX FWD 12,100 S COUPE NH 2008 NISSAN VERSA 1.8S 2012 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 BOOK VALUE

2010

BOO K VALUE $9, 545

100K, FO R 2009 HONDA SPORT MANUAL., FIT BUY

BUY FO R 2010 HYUNDAI 5VERACRUZ GLS SPD.,

16,495

$13,10 0 58K, 67K, 19K, #13367HA BUY FO R AUTO, AUTO, AUTO, PW, PL ALLOYS, SUNROOF, A/C, CD PW,PL, PW, PL, $ #13229HB A/C, CD A/C, CD A/C, CD #12580HA #13402HA *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#13367HA Auto Show Bonus

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

BOOK VALUE

BLACK, $9,9951.8S 2008 NISSAN VERSA 73K, BLACK, AUTO., 73K, PW, PL, AUTO., PW, PL, A/C, A/C, CD CD #13359HA #13359HA

BOO K VALUE BUY FOR $9,9 95 BUY FO R

8,994 8,994

$ $

BOOK VALUE

OCEAN GRAY, 2012 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 $20,995 S COUPE 10K, OCEAN GRAY, AUTO., 10K, ALLOYS, AUTO., ALLOYS, PW, PL, PW, PL, A/C A/C #H792 #H792

BOO K VALUE BUY FOR $20,9 95 BUY FO R

SILVER,

2009 KIA SPORTAGE LX$13,995 FWD 35K,

19,875 19,875

$ $

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

BOO K VALUE BUY FOR $13,9 95 BUY FO R

11,987 11,987

$ $

2008 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 16,495SE BLACK,

BOOK VALUE

2008 HYUNDAI ELANTRA $9,545 SE 100K, BLACK, MANUAL., 100K, PW, PL, MANUAL., PW, PL, A/C, A/C, CD CD #13089HB #13089HB

BOO K VALUE BUY FOR $9, 545 BUY FO R

$ $

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

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

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

@ SomersworthHyundai.com

370SomersworthHyundai.com Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH 603-692-5220 @

603-692-5220

*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

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

370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH

$17, 495 BUY FO R

*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

8,545 8,545


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