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Welcome Spring Wildlife at Wentworth Greenhouses ROLLINSFORD Join the Center for Wildlife at their annual “Make Way for Ducklings” event and learn how to live cohesively with our neighbors in the wild. “With songbirds migrating back to our region, native turtles navigating roadways to reach their ancestral nesting grounds, and mammals searching desperately for a suitable nesting sites, we hope to spread

awareness and promote stewardship and conservation with this event. With breeding and nesting season starting, we look forward to educating the public on how they can best help our wild neighbors.” shares Center for Wildlife’s Education and Outreach Department Lead, Sarah Bunker Kern. Center for Wildlife’s “Make Way for Ducklings” event will help families and community mem-

bers realize these challenges and discover easy ways to make the spring season safe for local wildlife. The popular annual event kicks off on Sunday, March 31 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wentworth Greenhouses, 141 Rollins Rd. in Rollinsford. This year’s event will also include live animal ambasSee WILD page 7...

“It’s Criminal” Brings Together Students and the Incarcerated PORTSMOUTH “It’s Criminal” highlights the economic and social inequities that divide the United States and offers a vision of how separated communities can learn to speak to each other. Poignant and personal, the 80-minute feature documentary shares the life-changing journeys of incarcerated women and Dartmouth College students working together to write and perform an original play that explores the often painful and troubled paths that landed the women behind bars and also shares some of their

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fragile visions for the future. It’s a transformational movie that delves into privilege, poverty and injustice and asks viewers to think about who is in prison and why. In addition to exploring disparities, It’s Criminal also captures how the students and prisoners struggle and ultimately succeed in overcoming their fears and prejudices to form hard won bonds of friendship, showing that empathy is a powerful force that can help bridge the divide.

A panel discussion to follow the film. Panelists include: Pati Hernandez (Professor, Dartmouth College), Signe Taylor (It’s Criminal Director), Rebecca Romanoski (AIR Program Director), and the courageous women who shared their stories to make this powerful documentary. It’s Criminal will be shown at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St. in Portsmouth on Wednesday, March 20. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the

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Workforce Shortage, Importance of Skills STATEWIDE Like many states around the nation, New Hampshire is experiencing difficulty filling available jobs in what are broadly referred to as ‘the trades,’ a problem managers and business owners fear will only worsen. “This isn’t an issue where we are gonna be in trouble – we are already in trouble,” said Al Lawrence, owner of Artisan Electrical Contractors in Madbury. “The average age of an electrician is over 55 in New Hampshire and the average age of a plumber is older. We take these trades for granted.” Josh Brunk, executive director of SkillsUSA New Hampshire, agrees and said this ‘skills gap’ requires ‘handson solutions.’ “SkillsUSA New Hamp-

shire, while not the only organization committed to filling this skills gap, plays an important role in helping students walk out of high school prepared for work in the trades,” he said. One of the ways in which SkillsUSA New Hampshire works, according to Lawrence, who serves as its treasurer, is through local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate occupa-

tional and leadership skills. At the annual national-level SkillsUSA Championships, nearly 6,000 students compete in 99 occupational and leadership skill areas. “SkillsUSA programs also help to establish industry standards for job skill training and promote community service,” he added. At the state level, the month of March is a busy one

for SkillsUSA New Hampshire state staff like Lawrence, as he expressed enthusiasm at the upcoming Electrical Construction Wiring contest. Scheduled to take place on March 20 at Manchester Community College, the contest includes a written test of questions formulated from the latest edition of the National Electric Code (NEC) and a practical conduit bending exercise. “There is also a handson component where students must install a conduit system, cabling system and wiring devices,” said Lawrence. “It is not an easy competition.” For Lawrence, though, the competition is equally important in that it promotes education and learning in the See TRADE page 4...

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Active Retirement Assn. Reads “Nobody’s Famous”

PORTSMOUTH On Wednesday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m., Generic Theater hosts the Active Retirement Association’s Stagecraft Group in a reading of a D. M. Larson play, “Nobody’s Famous”, at the Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy St., Portsmouth. Over the years the Durhambased group has transitioned from simply reading plays to reading and then discussing a play’s direction, time period, characters and

characterizations. They describe Nobody Famous as ‘a silly little play suitable, perhaps, for high schoolers, both fun and challenging to dissect and discuss.’ In Larson’s play, several characters visit a fortune teller – who may be a fraud or may be lucky at picking lottery numbers – and the antics that ensue. For information, call 603436-8123 or visit www.playersring.org. This reading is free and open to the public.

Award-Winning Author to Speak at The Music Hall PORTSMOUTH On Tuesday, March 26, award-winning author Christopher Castellani visits with his new novel “Leading Men”, a story of desire, artistic ambition, and fidelity featuring Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, and their social circle in 1950s Italy. The 7 p.m. event includes an author presentation and Q+A, plus a book signing and meet-and-greet. It will be held at The Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress Street, in downtown

Portsmouth. “We’re delighted to welcome Christopher with his stunning examination of a complicated true-life love story with an extraordinary cast of characters,” said Patricia Lynch, Executive Producer and the night’s moderator. “Like a dive off the rocky cliffs of the Amalfi coast, we will be plunged into the depth and drama of Tennessee Williams’ world.” Christopher Castellani is the author of three other

Poetry at NH State House for Poetry Out Loud Championship CONCORD Politics will take a back seat at the New Hampshire State House in Concord during the 2019 N.H. Poetry Out Loud Championship on March 15, when accomplished high school students from across the state convene in Representative’s

Hall and compete to represent New Hampshire at the national finals in Washington, D.C. Students reciting at the New Hampshire state championship have won their high school group competitions and performed at the top levels of the four regional semi-finals.

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At the championship, they will each present poems from an anthology curated by the Poetry Foundation. Competitors must recite at least one poem written before the 20th century and one that is 25 lines or fewer. New Hampshire poet Kristen Ringman will perform several of her original works at the event. Ringman is deaf; American Sign Language interpreters will translate her work and all performances throughout the evening. The 2019 N.H. Poetry Out Loud Championship begins promptly at 5 p.m. It is open to the public and there is no charge to attend. Organized nationally by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation and led in New Hampshire by the N.H. State Council on the Arts, Poetry Out Loud has become a high-profile

annual event at high schools across New Hampshire, with up to 10,000 students from 45 high schools and high school groups participating each year. The program’s public speaking and presentation requirements help students become better candidates for success both in the workforce and in higher education. Participants consistently report that learning and reciting poetry is an experience that changes their lives. To learn more about 2019 New Hampshire Poetry Out Loud, view a map of participating schools and find out how your school can be involved, visit nh.gov/nharts and click on the Poetry Out Loud button. For additional information, contact Julianne Gadoury, N.H. State Council on the Arts at 603-271-0791, julianne. gadoury@dncr.nh.gov.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ The Art Center Presents Scott Bulger Photography DOVER Scott Bulger’s exhibit, “Under Lock and Key�, is an exposition of individual prints that take the viewer on a tour of Scott’s limitless imagination, to scenes comprising countless individual images stitched together to form seemingly psychedelic dreams, this is a showcase of truly majestic photography. Scott began his photographic career at the age of 12, when his grandmother appointed him family photographer. At age 16, he purchased his first 35mm camera, and his love affair has continued unabated. Today, Scott teaches photography at the college level, and has earned numerous awards and recognition for his skill in the art. He teaches many seminars as well as private lessons, and has been featured in numerous exhibits.

Pontine Theatre Presents Public Displays of Motion PORTSMOUTH The Pontine Theatre continues its premiere season at the Plains School, with performances by Peter Dimuro’s “Public Displays of Motion� March 21-24. Boston-based Peter DiMuro’s Public Displays of Motion is a company of dancer/collaborators adept in multiple movement and performance techniques. Company members span an age-range of five decades. Guest collaborators include professional dancers with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ+ and immigrant

PSO to Perform Prokofiev, Brahms and More Under Lock and Key will run through April 5 at The Art Center located at 1 Washington Street, Suite 1177, Dover. For more information visit www. theartcenterdover.com.

PORTSMOUTH The Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO) 22nd mainstage season continues Sunday, March 24 at 3:30 p.m. at The Music Hall in Portsmouth.

~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday, March 15 The Ballroom Thieves The Ballroom Thieves – Calin “Callie� Peters (vocals, cello), Martin Earley (guitar, vocals), and Devin Mauch (percussion, vocals) – perform immense melodies and hypnotic hooks from personal stories at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St. in Portsmouth. Doors open at 7 p.m. with the show beginning at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 for members, $18 in advance and $20 the day of show.

Tuesday, March 19 Retail Banking Career Fair Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank is hosting a career fair at the Portsmouth Country Club, 80

Country Club Lane, Greenland, 5-7 p.m. Dress for success and bring resumes. To view job postings, visit www.newburyportbank. com.

Wednesday, March 20 Career Day for High School This event will connect high school students with professionals in Healthcare, IT, Law, Agriculture, Science, Marketing, Public Safety, Arts, Media & Journalism, Engineering and Trades. 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Went wor th - Douglass Hospital Garrison Wing Conference Center, 789 Central Avenue, Dover.

Thursday, March 21 Dorks in Dungeons

Follow the story of a fantastical courier troop as they struggle to make heroic mail deliveries in the face of grave danger and their own incompetence. 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan Street, Portsmouth. Tickets:$12 or Pay What You Can at the door.

Thursday, March 28 Transition Fair The Monarch School of New England, 13 Monarch Way, Rochester is pleased to announce its second annual Transition Fair taking place 4-6 p.m. This free event is designed to connect individuals with disabilities, their families, and the community with resources to help prepare for life after graduation. FMI: www.monarchschoolne.org.

~ Library News ~ Dover Public Library Celtic Band “Penhallow� The Friends of the Dover Public Library are delighted to host Portsmouth-based Celtic band “Penhallow� in the Lecture Hall at the Dover Public Library on Tuesday evening, March 19 at 7 p.m. Admission is free.

17th Annual Poetry Contest T he D over Public Librar y is pleased to announce the 17th Annual Dover Public Librar y Poetry contest for grades K-12. Prizes will be awarded in six different categories and poems will be judged on originality, style and creativity. Deadline for entry is April 16.

Organic Gardening Class Get ready to grow with a 3 week organic gardening series with Master Gardener Vince Cirasole on Monday nights on March 18, March 25, and April 1, 6-8 p.m. Pre-registration is required online through the library’s event calendar or call 603-516-6050.

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communities, creating a rare communicative power. Performances range from grand spectacles, on-site, miniature, intimate dances on table tops, and traditional performances on stage. The Plains School is located at One Plains Avenue in Portsmouth’s West End. Performances are Thursday at 3 p.m., Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 3.p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $27 and may be purchased at www.pontine.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door a half-hour prior to each show based on availability.

Enjoy traditional Irish instruments and vocal music by the Celtic band, Penhallow of Portsmouth on Tuesday, March 19 at 7 p.m.

Monthly Game Night Monthly Game Night is on Wednesday, March 20, 6-8 p.m. Join friends and neighbors for some friendly competition with one of our many games, or bring one you’d like to teach to others.

Creativity Corner We have a new database called Creativebug that teaches you how to do various crafts with instructional videos. Then you can bring your creations to a monthly group called “Creativity Corner� which meets on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Book Group The Evening/Af ternoon Book Group will meet on Monday, March 18 at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to discuss “One-in-a-Million Boy� by Monica Wood. Pick the time that works best for you. “Get Lit� meets at Sonny’s Tavern in Dover on Wednesday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m. They will be discussing “The

Founded in 1997, the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra is comprised of over 65 local professionals, educators, dedicated amateurs and advanced students. The performance will feature Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No. 2 with soloist Sarita Uranovsky and Brahms Symphony No. 4. “This is a concert about reveling in the lush sounds of the strings,� comments John Page, Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra’s Artistic Director. “The Vaughan Williams piece is unashamedly romantic and evocative—it was the soundtrack of the movie ‘Master and Commander’. The Prokofiev concerto celebrates the full virtuosic and lyrical range of the violin in all its glory and the Brahms symphony is one of the few pieces universally beloved by orchestras and highlights the depth and beauty of the string section.� Tickets for mainstage concerts are $26 for general admission, $23 for seniors (65

Museum of Modern Love� by Heather Rose. New members are always welcome.

Classic Cinema Sunday @ 2 p.m. March 17 - An American in Paris; March 24 - Sweet Smell of Success; March 31 - Lust for Life.

Oscar Winners During the month of March we will be showing Oscar winners from 2019 on Monday afternoons at 2 p.m.

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Youth Suicide Prevention Network to Offer Training SEACOAST The Seacoast Youth Suicide Prevention Network (SYSPN) will offer suicide prevention training for Portsmouth High School staff. The training consists of prepared slideshows that highlight the expertise of each lead agency in SYSPN. Now in its third year, SYSPN

was formed through major funding from Exeter Hospital. Leading agencies within SYSPN include The Chase Home, New Heights, and Seacoast Outright. “The training highlights suicide warning signs, how to assess for risk, and how to respond efficiently and effectively,” said Cory Towne-Kerr

of The Chase Home, which helped form the network. “We continue to have youth suicides in our state, and we need to band together to put a stop to this, which is why we need to offer education for those who work with our youth.” Tto learn more about SYSPN, visit www.chasehome. org.

Students Combat Substance Use in their Communities DURHAM Nearly every community deals with the challenges of substance use disorder. It doesn’t discriminate and the effects are devastating. The problem might seem unbeatable, but young people throughout New Hampshire have the tools to fight back. Students armed with knowledge mobilize in their communities and show how small changes in behavior, like the proper disposal of unused prescriptions can lead to big improvements. In Roads To Recovery II, teenagers from all over New Hampshire share their solution stories about hope, education and empowerment. One way to combat substance use disorder is through frank and honest education and awareness programs. Roads To Recovery II explores local programs that empower teenagers to take the fight against substance use into their schools, neighborhoods and to the statehouse. Young people from Dover Youth2Youth coach students from Laconia to be peer-to-peer mentors. “They are quite a force because they have the energy and they have some time on their hands and they are very action oriented,” says Dana Mitchell of Dover Youth2Youth. In a small pizza shop in Franklin, middle school students are busy folding stacks of pizza boxes and attaching drug awareness flyers to them. The boxes, with messages attached, will leave for delivery to someone’s house, taking important messages about drugs right into the home. “It is hard to measure prevention because you don’t know what you avoided happening, but if you’re out there in front of it, maybe you’re the louder voice and maybe

you’re making a difference,” said Bob Lucas from the Franklin Mayor’s Drug Task Force. Sometimes reducing the incidence of substance use disorder means getting kids outdoors. Exposing teens to outdoor activities can set them on the right path. And it creates leaders. “Instead of getting a high from substance use, they get that high from rock climbing or backpacking,” said Sean O’Brien who founded Youth Leadership Through Adventure. In his seventh season at Youth Leadership Through Adventure, student advisor Noah Schoenbeck encourages other teens to explore the outdoors, “When I joined this group I was not the person that I am today. I was struggling in school, I was going through hard times at home and I was barely motivated. Now I’ve found my passion in the outdoors.” In a small pharmacy in

Goffstown, students from Makin’ It Happen meet with customers. They talk about the importance of prescription drug take-back. Unused drugs in a medicine cabinet, they say, can often end up in the hands of a classmate. Host Jennifer Rooks leads a discussion at the Huot Technical Center at Laconia High School that explores the grassroots efforts going on in New Hampshire with guests from Dover Youth2Youth, students from Laconia High School, Youth Leadership Through Adventure and Makin’ It Happen. Roads To Recovery II is part of the Granite Solutions project of the Granite State News Collaborative. For more behavioral health solutions coverage visit collaborativenh.org. Major funding for the production of Roads To Recovery II is made possible by Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Bank of New Hampshire.

Free Seminar on Stroke Prevention DOVER Langdon Place of Dover, a Genesis HealthCare Community providing Residential, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Rehabilitation Services, will host a free seminar conducted by Wentworth-Douglass Hospital on how to prevent and treat strokes on Thursday, March 28 at 1 p.m. at Langdon Place of Dover, 60 Middle Road, Dover. The seminar is open to the public. The seminar will focus on the symptoms of strokes; who is at risk; how to prevent strokes; what is the best treatment for a stroke; new medical advances in stroke care; when is surgery necessary; what to expect for rehabilitation for a stroke patient; and as a Primary Stroke Center, what Wentworth-Douglass Hospital offers for acute stroke care in the Seacoast. Also, the seminar will include information on the Neurological Rehabilitation Day Program at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. Wentworth-Douglass was the first hospital in New Hampshire to earn Primary Stroke Center Advanced Certification by The Joint Commission, the nation’s leading healthcare accrediting agency. As a Primary Stroke Center, WentworthDouglass provides the best practices in acute stroke care to achieve better outcomes for patients using state-of-the-art diagnostic criteria. Through its partnership

New England VA Announces New Chief Medical Officer NEW ENGLAND The Department of Veterans Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Lisa Soleymani Lehmann as the new chief medical officer of VA New England Healthcare System (VISN 1). Lehmann will oversee the clinical delivery of health care to approximately 260,000 Veterans throughout the six New England states. “We are excited to bring Dr. Lehmann on board as the new Chief Medical Officer of the VA New England Healthcare System,” said Ryan Lilly, Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 1 Director. “Her sound leadership qualities and proven experience will be valuable assets for the network, the employees and volunteers, and most importantly, for

the Veterans we are honored to serve. She is currently serving in an acting capacity so we are eager to have her here permanently.” Lehmann joined the VA in 2015 as the Executive Director of the National Center for Ethics in Health Care and has been serving as VISN 1 Acting Chief Medical Officer since 2017. She is on the faculty at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. Lehmann has been affiliated and on staff at Brigham and Women’s Hospital since 1999. Lehmann received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University and completed her residency in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She received a master of science in clinical epidemi-

ology from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a PhD in philosophy from Johns Hopkins University. She was a fellow in the Harvard Medical School Fellowship in General Medicine and Primary Care and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government Safra Center for Ethics. VA New England Healthcare System includes eight medical centers, located in the six New England States: Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. In addition to health care services for Veterans, VA New England Healthcare System offers extensive education programs for doctors, nurses, and allied health professionals, and receives more than $190 million in research funding.

with Massachusetts General Hospital, Wentworth-Douglass has full access to their expert clinicians through TeleNeurology videoconferencing, which allows stroke specialists in Boston to interact with patients and providers in real-time to diagnosis and make treatment recommendations. The seminar will be conducted by Cathy Danforth, MS, RN-BC, CNL. Cathy is the Clinical Nurse Leader for the Stroke program at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. Cathy has been a critical care nurse, a nurse educator and Clinical Nurse Leader during her 35 year tenure at WDH. Also presenting with Cathy will be Karissa Mondoux PT, DPT. Wentworth-Douglass Hospital is certified as a Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center having recently recertified in 2018. WentworthDouglass Hospital’s stroke program is also recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association and has achieved a Silver Plus award for providing high quality care to stroke patients. For questions or to RSVP for the free seminar, call Langdon Place of Dover at 603-743-4110 x 224. ...TRADE from page 1 trades in “a fun and creative way.” “These competitions create excitement in the trades and helps show the rest of the world to wake up a little bit,” he said. “We need a shift to show that there are other options other than a 4-year college.” While acknowledging that there are some who may always laugh at the trades, Brunk said the kinds of careers possible today in them – and their pay – is no laughing matter. “There are young people entering the workforce stepping into $25 per hour jobs and working their way up from there in careers that help build skills that transfer into other industries, too,” he said. “You can live a very comfortable life working in the trades.” To learn more about SkillsUSA New Hampshire, visit www.skillsusanh.org.


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~ News ~ Army Corps Approval of Harbor Emergency Dredging WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) issued a statement in response to the Army Corps of Engineers’ (The Corps) release of their fiscal year 2019 work plan, which includes $4.6 million to move emergency dredging efforts for Hampton-Seabrook Harbor. “Dredging at Hampton-Seabrook Harbor is desperately needed and I’m very pleased that the Corps has prioritized this project for 2019,” said Shaheen. “New Hampshire fishermen depend on Hampton-Seabrook Harbor, but unfortunately the shoaling has become so extreme that they are unable to access open waters during several hours each day. Dredging will immediately ease this economic and safety challenge for our fishermen, and can’t happen soon enough. I’ll continue to work across the aisle with local and federal partners to ensure the emergency dredging is completed in a timely, efficient manner.” “It is great news for New Hampshire that the Army Corps of Engineers included dredging at Hampton-Seabrook Harbor in their work plan for 2019,” Senator Hassan said. “This project is critical to our commercial fishing industry, the vitality of our state’s economy, and the safety of Granite Staters in the region. I’ll keeping working with Senator Shaheen and other partners to help ensure that this vital project is completed without delay.” Senators Shaheen and Hassan have been fierce advocates on behalf of New Hampshire fishermen and coastal communities in Hampton-Seabrook and Portsmouth. In Oc-

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tober, Shaheen and Hassan helped secure approval of mitigation efforts at Hampton-Seabrook Harbor in the bipartisan America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018, which the President signed into law. As a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Shaheen helped procure nearly $7 billion for the Corps to complete necessary infrastruc-

ture projects in New Hampshire and across the country in fiscal year 2019 funding legislation that the President signed into law in September. She specifically fought to include language that addresses the need for emergency dredging at Hampton-Seabrook Harbor by directing the Corps to prioritize off-cycle, emergency dredging in its Work Plans.

NH Students Nominated for US Service Academies WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) has nominated 38 New Hampshire students to the United States Service Academies. The nominees will next be considered by the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Naval Academy and West Point for appointment to the Class of 2023.

“Year after year, I am impressed by the spirit of patriotism that inspires so many young Granite Staters to apply to attend our country’s four military academies. This year’s nominees embody that spirit and have dedicated themselves to their studies in the pursuit of service to our nation,” said Shaheen. “I am so proud of these students for their com-

Now Accepting Scholarship & Educator of the Year Nominations DOVER The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for nominations and scholarships. The Student Scholarship program will award one area student $1,000 to be used towards post-secondary education costs. The Chamber is also collecting nominations for their annual Educator of the Year

award which includes $1,000 to be used towards classroom expenses. Both programs are organized by the Chamber’s Business & Education Partnership and sponsored by Measured Progress, Inc. Applications can be found at www.dovernh.org. Deadline for applications is April 26. For more information, call 603-742-2218.

mitment to serve our great nation, and it is a privilege to nominate them to the U.S. Service Academies.” The list of local students nominated by Senator Shaheen is as follows: U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) – Katherine Shek, Hampton Falls; U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) – David Brackett, Somersworth; U.S. Naval Academy (USNA) – Christo-

pher Eno, Dover and Cameron Scherr, Portsmouth; U.S. Military Academy (West Point) – Christopher Eno, Dover and Cameron Scherr, Portsmouth. Information on the nomination process can be found at www.shaheen.senate.gov/ ser vices/students/academynominations.

~ Pets ~ Cat-Book Author to Join the Cat Fanciers’ Federation in Rollinsford ROLLINSFORD Award-winning cat-book author and Cat Writers’ Association Professional Member, Shawn Flynn, has been invited to join the Cat Fanciers’ Federation for their 30th Annual Allbreed Cat & Household Pet Show next weekend. Flynn’s book, “The Kitty Who Rescued Me After I Rescued Him,” is a heartwarming

tale that reveals how the pets we love sometimes turn around and care for us. His book was named a first-place winner in Top Shelf Magazine’s 2018 Indie Book Awards in three categories that include Animals/Pets, Novella and Relationships Non-Fiction. Cat Fanciers’ Federation Allbreed Cat & Household Pet Show will take place at the

Cocheco Valley Humane Society DOVER Say hello to Emma! Emma is an adorable one-anda-half-year-old mix breed dog that travelled all the way from Florida to meet her forever family! She’s been at the shelter for a month, and is anxious to find a home where she can be loved! This sweet girl has stolen the hearts of all the shelter staff and volunteers with her incredible personality, and we cannot believe she hasn’t been adopted yet! Emma absolutely adores people, and loves to socialize when she’s out of her kennel. She’s a friendly, energetic, and very playful girl. Some of her favorite activities include running around in the yards and going for walks! In her kennel, she can seem a little reserved, but Emma’s personality blossoms as soon as she’s let out. Her exuberance is apparent by the way she wiggles with excitement every time she gets to in-

American Legion Martel-Roberge Post 47 Function Center, 551 Foundry Street, Rollinsford on Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. “It really is an honor to have been invited to participate in this year’s CFF show as they are celebrating the show’s 30th anniversary,” commented Mr. Flynn. “With nearly 4 out of 5 households in the U.S. owning at least one pet, I am certain there are plenty of pet lovers in New Hampshire.” The Cat Fanciers’ Federation is a 501(c)7 not-for-profit organization and is one of the oldest feline registries in the United States.

JOIN US FOR A PURRFECT WEEKEND IN ROLLINSFORD, NH CAT FANCIERS’ FEDERATION in conjunction with UNITED MAINE COON CAT ASSOCIATION teract with people! Be prepared to be smothered with kisses and tail wags when meeting her! Emma is dog-friendly and would be delighted to go to home with another canine companion! She must go to a home without any feline friends and with family members aged 8+. Will you let this sweet girl wiggle her way into your heart? Come meet Emma at Cocheco Valley Humane Society at 262 County Farm Road in Dover. For more information on adopting a pet, visit www.cvhsonline.org.

MARCH 23 & 24, 2019 10am-4pm “GO FLY A KITE” THEME

AMERICAN LEGION MARTEL-ROBERGE POST #47 551 FOUNDRY ST, ROLLINSFORD, NH 03869

Vendors & Food Available Tickets are $5 for adults, no charge for children under 6, $3 for seniors, veterans and children under 12 For more information, contact Joyce at 603-533-4930 0 or mine@nhpetsonline.com om

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~ News ~

Land Conservation Support for NH

DURHAM The Great Bay Resource Protection Partnership (GBRPP) has announced the Fall 2018 Land Protection Transaction Grants Program awards. A total of $17,550 in grant funds will support conservation appraisal work on 730 acres of land. The seven conservation projects provided over $17,750 in matching funds. The Land Protection Transaction Grant Program assists land trusts, conservation organizations and municipal governments within the coastal watershed with the transaction costs associated with permanent land protection such as the donation and acquisition of land and conservation easements. The Fall 2018 grant round offered matching Appraisal Grants to assist with the initial transaction cost of a property appraisal. This round of awardees includes conservation properties representing a diversity of natural resources including woodlands, agricultural lands and open fields, important wildlife habitats and water resources. The awarded conservation projects are located across the coastal watershed in six communities including Deerfield, Epping, Kingston, Portsmouth, Rye and Wakefield. The Land Protection Transaction Grant Program will have a grant round in March 2019. Grants will be offered for both Appraisal Grants and Conservation Project Grants to assist

with the transaction expenses for permanent land protection projects including survey, title, legal, baseline documentation and environmental assessment costs. The Great Bay Resource Protection Partnership is a collaboration of conservation organizations in the coastal region that promotes landscape-scale land conservation and stewardship. Funding for the Land Protection Transaction Grant program is provided by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation and the Thomas W. Haas Fund of New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. The Nature Conservancy serves as the fiscal agent for the GBRPP grant program. Great Bay Resource Protection Partnership Land Protection Transaction Grant Program recipients include: Bear Paw Regional Greenways, $2,250, Town of Deerfield; Town of Kingston, $3,500, Town of Kingston; Moose Mountain Regional Greenways, $2,000, Town of Wakefield; City of Portsmouth, $3,500, City of Portsmouth; Town of Rye, $3,500, Town of Rye; Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire, $700, Town of Epping; Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire, $2,100, Town of Epping. For questions, contact Dea Brickner-Wood at 603-868-6112 or info@greatbaypartnership. org, or visit www.greatbaypartnership.org.

Piscataqua Garden Club Shares with 4th Graders DOVER Piscataqua Garden Club’s (PGC) Conservation Committee, chaired by Ronni Freiberger, worked with the Dover Public School’s 100 fourth graders at the Horne Street School. Using Lynn Cherry’s famous children’s book, “A River Ran Wild, an Environmental History about the Nashua River”, they wrote new text about the Cocheco River and its history with the Piscataqua River. With PGC member Pam Graves and her husband Steve Graves’s Boston Whaler, videographer Jim White took pictures along the Piscataqua and Cocheco Rivers. They captured

From left: Jeannie Poore, Deborah Twombly, Westy Lovejoy, Tinka Pritchett, Deb Chag, Ronni Freiberger, Susan Moreau, Dianne Lawson, kneeling: Graham Chag, Anne Bryer, Megan Harris, Heather Campbell.

the history of Portsmouth and nearby rivers in a 15-minute narration. Twelve PGC members volunteered in the classrooms to read the book. On another day the UNH marine docents provided hands-on activities in each classroom cour-

tesy of PGC. The club also gave each student a blank copy of the book to illustrate, a map activity, and crossword, to enrich their learning. A spring field trip to the Gundalow Company also provided ands-on learning about the ecology of the river.

Support for Businesses with Military Passes Senate WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Patrick Leahy (D-VT) issued the following statements after their legislation to support small businesses with National Guard and Military Reservists unanimously passed the Senate. The National Guard and Reserve Entrepreneurship Act will assist small businesses when essential employees, including small business owners, are called up as part of National Guard or Reservist duties, by improving existing loan and deferral programs of the Small Business Administration (SBA) and making them more accessible. These programs include the Military Reservist Economic Injury Disaster

Loan (MREIDL), a direct loan program that provides emergency working capital to small businesses to meet their obligations until operations return to normal after the essential employee is released from active duty military, and the Repayment Deferral for Active Duty Reservists (Repayment Deferral), which authorizes the SBA to work with private lenders to defer interest or loan repayment for small businesses facing similar situations. “The civilian men and women serving in our National Guard have committed to serve our country, and we need to have their backs,” said Senator Shaheen. “I’m very pleased that this legislation passed the Senate with

bipartisan support, because it will provide much-needed assistance to entrepreneurs and small business employees who are deployed. I will continue to work across the aisle and with SBA to support these critical programs to support our National Guard.” “The citizen-soldiers of the National Guard, and the small businesses that employ them, are vital to our close-knit communities,” said Senator Leahy, Co-Chair of the Senate National Guard Caucus. “This legislation will enable entrepreneurs and small businesses affected by deployments to better take advantage of every opportunity. With current deployment, this bill is needed now more than ever.”

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, I contacted what I thought was Trend Micro to have it added to my second computer. Instead I got CyberWorx but the agent said they were with Trend Micro. I allowed him to examine my computer for several hours. They promised they would not charge my credit card for a year’s service until I was satisfied. The next day my computer was practically useless. I sent them a ticket – no answer. I contacted Trend Micro who said they had no relation to CyberWorx and since I have a paid up contract with Trend Micro, the technician finally got my computer cleaned out and working. Then 10 days later I got the charge from CyberWorx put on my credit card. The phone number associated with the charge was not answered by a legitimate company. I am challenging their Discover card charge, but felt maybe your readers need to know about this. The TM man said I may have googled Trend Micro and their phone was with it is how this got started.

Thanks, Lester Dear Lester, Thank you very much for sharing this! I see people all the time who search online for a phone number and end up calling a scammer company instead of the real company. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have Google Chrome also Century Link. I can’t put anything in my favorites from Google Chrome but I can get to favorites. If I want to save anything I have to do it from Century Link. Is there a way to solve this? Thank you, Audrey Dear Audrey, I am not familiar with Century Link, but I do use Google Chrome all the time. In Chrome, shortcuts to websites are not called, “Favorites” instead, they are called, “Bookmarks”. Here is how to create a bookmark in Chrome. 1. Open Chrome and navigate to the page you want to create a bookmark for. 2. Locate the star icon in the right hand edge of the address bar and click on

it. 3. If desired, you can change the name of your bookmark, and select a sub-folder to store it in. 4. Click the “Done” button and your bookmark is saved. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have Microsoft Works Word processor . It does not give me the option to delete anything I save there. Is there a way other than pulling down “file” or “edit” and choosing? Thanks for your time, Red Dear Red, I am so glad you included the steps you are taking to try and delete your documents in your question, that makes it easier for me to see what you are doing, and tell you a way that will work. You actually need to leave Works, and use File Explorer to delete your Works documents. You also need to know where the file you want to delete is located on your computer. First, open File Explorer. Click on “Documents” if that is where your file is located (usually word processing documents are located

in the documents folder) and locate the file. Right-click on the file you want to get rid of, and click “Delete” in the context menu. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Been fan for years now and you have always come through with great solutions. This problem should be easy for you, however it is driving me El Nutzo! How do I establish a different “Default E-Mail” program? I currently use Comcast mail, and also have a g-mail account and yahoo mail. How do I make one of these a DEFAULT mail program that I can use from any site or program such as a photo editing program? Thanks for all the years of help and best wishes for your continued success. Frank Dear Frank, The short answer is, you can’t make one of those your default program and use it from programs such as your photo editing program. Here is why, and what you can do to work around it. First, your Comcast

mail, Gmail, and yahoo mail are all websites that you view in your web browser and use for your email. They are not using email programs. Your computer can only see them as just another website. When you are trying to email from a place like your photo editing program for example, you need to have a specific program set up just for email, or it just won’t work. A good solution, would be to install Mozilla Thunderbird and set up one of your email addresses in it. I have had good success using my Gmail address with Thunderbird, but the others would probably work as well. Once you have installed and set up Thunderbird, your programs will see it as your default email program and you can use it to send a photo or other files. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. To submit a question, email her at elizabeth.boston@gmail.com.


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~ Puzzles ~ CLUES ACROSS 1. Submit 7. When you hope to arrive 10. Ducks 12. Ancient Dead Sea region 13. Hatch 14. Genus of finches 15. Knifes 16. Towards the oral region 17. Bitter-flavored beer 18. Brews 19. Hideouts 21. Where one sleeps 22. Unbroken view of a region 27. Hammer is one 28. Racing legend

33. Commercial 34. Understood by just a few 36. Global design effort 37. Portuguese folk song 38. Traditional woven cloth 39. Oil barrel (abbr.) 40. Cupbearer of the gods 41. Spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation 44. Dabs 45. Bedspread 48. Visionary 49. Prime Ministers 50. Criticize 51. Teeter

CLUES DOWN 1. Bird genus 2. A baseball team 3. Taxis 4. Baseball stat 5. Insecticide 6. Midway between east and southeast 7. Icelandic poems 8. Rocker Rundgren 9. Doctors’ group 10. Inform wrongly 11. TVs used to have one 12. Long-__: donkeys 14. Weasel-like mammal 17. Payroll company

18. Conductance unit 20. Fifth note of a major scale 23. Prepares 24. Yellow-fever mosquitos 25. Partner to Pa 26. They __ 29. Canadian province (abbr.) 30. Official 31. More colorless 32. Goodies 35. Sanders was one 36. Talkative 38. Rips apart 40. Chinese Muslim 41. Rapid eye movements 42. Song

43. Spent it all 44. Somber 45. Cycles per second 46. Naturally occurring material 47. “Orange is the New Black” character ...WILD from page 1

sador presentations: “Walk a Mile in My Paws!” 11:30 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. and “Fly a Mile in My Feathers” at 12:20 p.m. - 12:40 p.m. There will also b a raffle with prizes, face painting, owl pellet dissection, kids crafts, homemade baked goods and other refreshments. The Center for Wildlife is located at 385 Mountain Road, Cape Neddick, ME, and admits over 1,900 injured wild animals, fields 15,000 phone calls on its Wildlife Assistance Hotline, and presents over 300 environmental education programs to over 10,000 community members annually, with no state or federal funding. To learn more about our work or support our efforts, visit www. thecenterforwildlife.org or call 207-361-1400.

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