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Marelli’s Markets Showcases Hampton History at Tuck Museum HAMPTON An exhibit celebrating Marelli’s Markets 100 years in Hampton, will be on display at Tuck Museum beginning March 23 and continuing throughout 2014. The exhibit has panels of pictures from the markets 100 years, and mannequins dressed in 1914 period costume with the original wedding dress of Celestina Marelli and some Marelli family memorabilia. The display was produced and coordinated by Cheryl Lassiter, Ann Carnaby and Karen Raynes with assistance from Betty Moore and Rich Hureau. Now in its 100th year of operation, the New Hampshire State Historical Register has recognized a Marelli’s Market as the oldest, continuously run business in Hampton. It is still operated by the sons and grandchildren of the original proprietors, Italian immigrants Luigi and Celestina Marelli. Located in Hampton Center, the store originated as a small, full-service grocery featuring fresh fruit, imported

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goods, and fancy cigars. In its heyday Marelli’s expanded with a meat market, beer and wine, a candy store, and home delivery. Today, the market remains a community favorite for coffee and gossip, candy and roasted nuts, newspapers and lottery tickets. In recent years it has also played host to the local arts scene. A book written by Luigi and Celestina Marelli’s granddaughters, Marcia Hannon-

Buber and Karen Raynes titled: “Marelli’s Market the first 100 years in Hampton N.H. – 1914 to 2014 “ tells the story about their family business and, shares some of their memories of growing up at Marelli’s Market. The book will be available for purchase at the museum. The museum hours are Sunday, Wednesday and Friday 1p.m. to 4p.m. Call 603929-0781 for more information.

Faberge Eggs on Display at Wentworth Home

A famous Faberge egg with circa 1898. (Photo courtesy Faberge.com)

DOVER The Wentworth Home, a retirement living community, has received a grant from the New Hampshire Humanities Council to present “Imperial Russian Faberge Eggs” by Marina Forbes. This presentation will be occur on Monday, April 14, at 1p.m., at the Wentworth Home. This illustrated presentation will focus on the life and

remarkable work of Russian master jeweler and artist, Peter Carl Fabergé. The program features a photo-tour of Fabergé collections at the Constantine Palace in St. Petersburg and from major museums and private collectors around the world. The Fabergé egg is one of a limited number of jeweled eggs created by Peter Carl Fabergé and his company from

1885 to 1917. The most famous of the eggs are the ones made for the Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II as Easter gifts for their wives and mothers This event is free and open to the public. Please call ahead to reserve seating. For more information, please contact Samantha Simpson at 516-8826 or samanthasimpson@comcast.net.

Discovery Center Offer Adventures for Volunteers GREENLAND Great Bay Discovery Center will hold its annual spring educator training at the Great Bay Discovery Center, 89 Depot Road in Greenland on April 16. The training will prepare volunteer educators to teach small groups of school children about the natural history of the Great Bay Estuary, including the wild and wonderful plants and animals that call it home. Once trained, educators lead a variety of lessons throughout the grounds. A favorite of students is the shorefront exploration where they can find prehistoric horseshoe crabs. Students create “estuary soup” in a simulated cooking class and travel the 1,700-foot boardwalk past

towering trees, vernal pools and into the salt marsh. Finally, a visit to the center’s discovery tank lets students have a handson experience while learning about estuary creatures, such as lobster, flounder, eels, mud snails and more. The training for volunteers runs from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. It will include a complete runthrough of the actual school program offered April through June to students throughout the Seacoast region and beyond. All school programs are weekday mornings and run about three hours each. Most of the children attending the program are in grades one through five. Volunteers sign See VOLUNTEERS page 3...

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ROLLINSFORD Seacoast actors appear in the Garrison Players presentation of the greatest of French farces “A Flea in Her Ear”, a new version of Georges Feydeau’s work by David Ives. The show will be staged two last two weekends in March, beginning with opening night Friday, March 21 at 8p.m. “A Flea in Her Ear” is a comedy of mistaken identities and mistaken intentions. Raymonde, the wife of Victor Emmanuel, suspects him of

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Dover Chamber Accepting Scholarship Applications and Educator of the Year Nominations DOVER The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for its Student Scholarship Program which will award one area student $1,000 to be used towards post-secondary education costs.

The chamber is also collecting nominations for its annual Educator of the Year award, which includes $1,000 to be used towards classroom expenses. Both programs are organized by the chamber’s education committee and sponsored by

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Measured Progress. A student scholarship will be awarded to a local student who demonstrates a commitment to community and a record of volunteerism. All applications must be submitted to the chamber no later than April 30 at 5p.m. Last year’s scholarship winner, Deanna Scruton, was a home-schooled student who made a significant impact in the community through her involvement with the Strafford County 4-H program. Scruton now attends the University of New Hampshire where she studies design and technical theater with a focus on costume design.

The Educator of the Year award recognizes a local education professional who employs innovative education strategies, demonstrates on-going leadership and cooperation and makes a lasting impact on community and students. Nominations can be submitted by students, parents, colleagues or community members and must be received by the chamber before 5p.m. May 17. The Educator of the Year for 2014 will be announced in early June. Dover High School cosmetology instructor, Judy Ring received the award in 2013. “The Chamber’s education committee encourages

students, teachers, parents and administrators to take the time to recognize the special students and educators who make a difference every day in the academic setting,” commented Jeanne Supple of Measured Progress, who is also on the chamber’s education committee and its board of directors. Scholarship applications and Educator of the Year nomination forms can be picked up at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce (550 Central Avenue) or found online at www.dovernh.org/education awards. For more information, call the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce at 603 742-2218.

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Health & Fitness Seven Tips to Overcome Life’s Toughest Moments Motivational speaker, Shawn Anderson, has interviewed hundreds of people who have experienced tragedy, failure and setback. He’s also been witness to many who have walked through their toughest moment only to make it to the other side with an increased passion and purpose for living. “It’s inevitable that at one time or another life will punch us hard in the gut; no one is immune to experiencing tragedy or failure,” Anderson says. “But when it’s our turn to feel life’s stomach

blow, how will we handle it? Will we ‘go the extra mile’ and passionately keep on living, or will we just give up and go through the motions?” In his interviews, Anderson learned that extra-mile people who transition positively through life’s toughest moments practice at least one of these seven regrouping strategies. 1. They don’t quit on life. “Tragedy might have happened, huge mistakes might have been made, but the world continues. People who have walked successfully over life’s

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hot-coal moments always keep going. They never quit living,” Anderson shares. 2. They live day-by-day. “It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the ‘What am I going to do now?’ feeling, but extra-mile people focus on the now. They don’t let thoughts of how they’re going to deal with tomorrow defeat them,” Anderson says. 3. They find support. “By forging relationships with positive, move-forward type people, survivors trigger positive energy to flow back into their lives,” Anderson points out. 4. They get involved again.

“Extra-mile people transcend life’s tragedies by not choosing isolation when life knocks them down,” Anderson shares. “It’s easy to want to hide in a cave after something bad happens, but the longer we stay in the cave, the more challenging it is to ever leave it.” 5. They remain optimistic. “Extra-mile people support themselves with their own words and actions. They don’t let negative self-talk rule their brains, and they make sure not to surrender to negative, selfdefeating emotions,” Anderson says. 6. They trust their faith and look for a higher purpose in their loss. “Extra-mile people

believe that there is a stronger power at work in the world. Faith in a higher power...and yourself...works miracles in overcoming bad events,” Anderson quotes. 7. They seek to add value to the world. “People who have weathered a life storm recognize the opportunity to re-evaluate their own contribution to the world. They use their event not as a forever defeat, but rather as an igniting spark to do something meaningful,” Anderson says. Shawn Anderson is a sixtime author, keynote speaker and motivational success coach. www.ShawnAnderson.com.


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Dear Computer Lady, Your newsletters have provided me with a lot of good information over the years. In the last newsletter, there was a question of whether shutting down the computer was a good idea. My question is whether shutting off the surge protector where my computer and printer are plugged in would be a good idea when they are not in use. I’m a big supporter of saving on my utility bills and would appreciate your input. Thanks, Joni Dear Joni, I don’t see any problems with turning off the surge protector once your computer and printer are turned off. It will conserve a small amount of electricity. If you want to protect your computer from possible lightning strikes or power surges, however, you should not only turn off the surge strip, but unplug it from the wall as well. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Last week I played a CD on my computer. Since then I’ve not been able to open the door to take out the CD. Any tips on how to do this? Nelda Dear Nelda, I do have a way for you to open your CD door, and it works in all versions of Windows.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Click on “Start” and then, “Computer” or, “My Computer” depending on which version of Windows you are using. In the computer window, right click on your CD drive, and click, “Eject” in the context menu that appears. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I installed my copy of Microsoft office 2003 on my new HP computer that came with Microsoft office starter 2010. I was using office 2003 but decided to try the office starter 2010. I do not like it and just want to use the office 2003, but now my Excel and Word files open in the starter 2010 version. How do I set office 2003 as the default program? Thanks, Matt Dear Matt, I have run into problems installing an older version of Office when a newer version is already installed. The only way to solve it is to completely remove Office 2010 before installing the older version. Since you have already installed Office 2003, I have one thing you can try before you start un-installing programs. 1. Click on the “Start Orb” and click “Default Programs” in the start menu. 2. In the Default Programs window, click on “Set your default programs”. 3. If Word 2003 appears in the programs list, click on it, then click “Set this program as

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default” on the right. 4. Repeat with Excel 2003. If Word and Excel 2003 don’t appear in the list, go back to the “Default Programs” window, and click on “Associate a file type or protocol with a program”. This dialog box will allow you to click on word files (.doc) and then click the “Change program...” button to associate Word 2003 instead of 2010. If these steps don’t work, your best option is to go to the control panel and completely uninstall all versions of Office. Reboot (click on “Start” point to the arrow to the right of “Shut Down” and click on “Restart”) the computer. Then, only after you have rebooted the computer, you can install Office 2003. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I hope you have a quick answer.... I have an EEE netbook. Is there a way to expand the capacity? I need more space.

Thank you, Harriet Dear Harriet, A netbook is really nothing more than a small laptop computer that doesn’t have an optical (CD or DVD) drive. The storage space can usually be upgraded, but it might not be cheap or easy. The first thing you need to do is find out what kind of hard drive your net book has. Some net books have a special solid state drive (it is kind of like a USB data stick and has no moving parts.). These solid state drives are not as standard as a regular hard drive with moving parts, and it will be harder to find replacement parts. If your net book has a standard SATA 2.5 inch hard drive, you should be able to purchase one with more storage space and replace the existing drive. You would need to make an image of your existing drive, and copy it to the new drive. If all this sounds complicated to you, your best option is

to take the net book to a local computer shop and have them give you an estimate. Elizabeth Comments This Week: Posted By: Terry In Response to: Problem With Site Security Certificates Comment: I’ve been fixing computers for about 15 years and I’ve come across the “problem with site security certificates” issue a number of times. The problem is caused because the Calendar on the computer is wrong possibly because of the CMOS issue this user just needs to adjust the date on his/her computer. Web browsers have security certificates with a start date and an end date. If the computer date is off one-way or the other, that would explain the issue.

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.

~ Library News ~ Dover Public Library Peep and Poetry

In April, the library will host two annual contests. An all-ages peep show contest involves constructing a literary-themed diorama in a standard size shoebox, using peeps of any color or species. Students grades K-12 may also enter the 12th annual poetr y contest. For guidelines, prizes, and more information, call the reference desk at 516 6082.

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Portsmouth Public Library Game of Thrones

Participate in an evening of “Game of Thrones” trivia Thursday, April 3

from 6p.m. to 8:30p.m. in the first floor Levenson Community Room. Trivia questions will be based on the first three seasons of the HBO fantasy series “Game of Thrones.” Teams of up to four people are allowed. Due to the mature content of the television series, this event is for ages 18 and over. ”Costumes encouraged. No reservations necessary. For more information please contact trivia night host and library assistant Stacia Oparowski at 603-7665124 or email her soparowski@ cityofportsmouth.com.

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Join the Friends of the Rye Public Librar y as they sponsor the second Rye Public Library Tech Fair from 10a.m. to 2p.m. March 22. This is a fun atmosphere for discovering the resources available through the Rye Public Library website. Did you know you could download free music, e-books and audio books to your PC or device? You can also stream independent films on demand and learn a language at your own pace. The fair will feature demonstration stations for many of the library’s resources available to patrons on their home PC through the library’s website.

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~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday, March 21 Comedy at The Pearl

Live stand up comedy returns to The Portsmouth Pearl at 8p.m. with a special “Creature and the Teacher” night starring nationally known George Hamm who has played Las Vegas, Atlantic City and toured with Bob Marley. Mike Prior, a public school teacher who has appeared on Comedy Central, MTV and major clubs throughout the region, will also perform. Tickets are $15. FMI: www.portsmouthpearl.com.

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Monday, March 24 The Piano Guys at Music Hall

7:30p.m. in Por tsmouth. The Piano Guys have created a fresh approach to the growing crossover of classical and pop music that has connected with a massive audience. Tickets: $68, $60 and $35. FMI: 436-2400.

Saturday, March 29 and Sunday March 30 Portsmouth Museum of Art’s New Home Opening

T h e o p e nin g of Po r t s m o u th Museum of Art’s new home on Islington Street. Judith Ann Braun and Aaron Li-Hill create site specific installations in this new exhibit space 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. Opening reception Sunday 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Free. FMI: 436-0332.

Sunday, March 30 and Monday, March 31 Fruit Tree Grafting Workshop

S u n d ay 1p.m. to 5p.m. a n d Monday 9a.m. to 1p.m. Learn general principles of grafting and fruit tree propagation, and the technique of whip and tongue grafting. All participants will leave with three grafted apple trees. Cost: $35 to $45. Participants may choose one date. Registration required. FMI: meetup.com/ GreaterSeacoastPermaculture or amyla44@juno.com.

Sunday, March 30 Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem

Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, accompanied by a chamber orchestra of harp, violas, ‘cellos, double bass, two French horns, and organ. Performance at 3 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Church in Dover. Tickets: $15 at the door/$12 in advance. Students and seniors: $12 at the door/$10 in advance. FMI: 664-6974 or visit www.amarecantare.org.


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BUSINESS & FINANCE “Spring Cleaning” Can Brighten Your Investment Picture

The days are getting longer and warmer — a sure indication of the arrival of spring. Another sign of the season may be the urge you get to do some spring-cleaning. But you might not realize that some of the same springcleaning techniques used on your home can also apply to your investments and your overall financial strategy. Here are a few ideas to consider:

Get organized. You may also be able to organize your investments more effectively, just as you would the furniture in your home. One possibility: Consider consolidating your investment accounts with one provider. If you have an IRA here, another one there and some other investments scattered about, you may be paying more in fees and commissions than necessary. Consolidating these investments could save money and paperwork, and you may find it easier, with all your investments under one “roof,” to follow a single, unified investment strategy.

Get rid of “clutter.” You may find a bunch of items you no longer need. You might look at your portfolio and find “clutter” in the form of investments that are no longer appropriate for your objectives. For example, perhaps some of them are virtual duplicates of other investments you own, diminishing your potential for diversification. Perhaps some investments are now too risky for your needs. In any case, you may be better off rebalancing your portfolio.

Seal “cracks.” Over time, the grout between your kitchen or bathroom tiles can crack, so you’ll need to re-grout to protect your flooring. And you may find that, in looking at your overall financial strategy, your “protection” component — primar-

ily in the form of insurance — might have developed some “cracks” or “chips.” Has your life insurance kept up with changes in your family situation? Events such as marriage, remarriage or the arrival of a new child can all trigger the need to review your life insurance. You’ll also want to make sure you have adequate disability insurance. Consult with a financial professional for information on appropriate protection vehicles. Do some “dusting.” You may need to dust furniture, shelves and other surfaces in your home. And if you’ve been investing for a long time, you may need to metaphorically “dust off” your financial strategy to “freshen it up”. For example, when you get close to retirement, you may need to shift some — but certainly not all — of your growth-oriented investments into income-producing ones.

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6 The Granite State Sentinel

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~ Sports ~

Children’s Museum Hosts Races for Prizes and Pledges

DOVER The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will hold its annual 5K Road Race and Children’s Fun Run on Saturday, May 3. This is the sixth year the museum has held its fundraising race in downtown Dover, following the museum’s relocation to the Garrison City in July 2008. This is the first race in the Seacoast Road Race Series (SRRS). Runners who complete six of the eight races in the series are awarded a coveted SRRS running jacket and can win other prizes as well. This is the tenth year of the series. The 5K Road Race begins at 9a.m. at the intersection of Central Avenue, Washington Street and Henry Law Avenue, just in front of the museum. The course runs up Central Avenue to Chapel Street, up Portland Avenue and back down to Henry Law Park. Post-race activities, including an awards ceremony and refreshments, will take place in Henry Law Park following the race. The first 500 paid registrants will receive free race T-shirts. The 5K registration fee is $22 in advance and $25 on the day of the race. A link to online registration can be found at www.childrens-museum.org.

No more than 1200 runners will be allowed to participate. Children ages 12 and younger can participate in the Fun Run, which takes place at 10:30a.m. in Henry Law Park. The Fun Run series of events features a half-mile race, twoquarter mile races (one for children 6 and under, another for children ages 7 to 10), and a free 50-yard dash for children age 4 and under. All Fun Run participants will receive a blue ribbon. Paid registrants in the half-mile and quarter-mile races will also receive free t-shirts. The entry fee f is $8 for registration in advance and $10 on race day. There is no fee for children participating in the 50-yard dash although a signed release form is required. The Children’s Museum also invites runners to raise additional funds for the museum by collecting pledges for their run. Participants who collect more than $50 in pledges get their entry fee waived and will in the running for prizes based on total amount raised for the museum. Pledge forms can be found on the back of each race entry form. Links to online entry can be found at www.childrensmuseum.org. Walk-up registration will be available at The

Paralympians Congratulated in Congressional Records WASHINGTON D.C. U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) recently submitted a statement to the Congressional Record congratulating New Hampshire athletes who competed in the 2014 Winter Paralympics in Sochi, Russia: Shaheen stated in part: “These athletes are an inspiration to all of New Hampshire and athletes around the country. They have exhibited incredible dedication to their respective sports and have proven their remarkable abilities in competitions nationally and internationally. A selection to the United States Paralympic Team is a great honor and a fitting reward for their years of hard work and training. With access to the unparalleled beauty and terrain of the White Mountains, thousands of miles of trails, and nearly one Children’s Museum on race day beginning at 7:30a.m until 15 minutes prior to the start of each race. Information on the Seacoast Road Race Series can be found at www.proportsmouth. org. This year’s 5K race is presented by Salmon Falls Family Healthcare and PainCare, and the event’s lead sponsor is Relyco. Additional 5K spon-

Hampton Falls Paralympian Taylor Chace leading his team to victory. (Photo courtesy TaylorChace.com)

thousand lakes, Granite Staters are at home on the snow, on the ice and in the air. New Hampshire is proud to acknowledge our state’s paralympians and is excited to show the world their talents during the sors include Formax and Burns, Bryant, Cox, Rockefeller & Durkin, PA. Lonza Biologics and Seacoast Kettlebell sponsor the Fun Run. Weathervane Seafoods is returning as sponsor of the hospitality area. For more information on the race, please contact The Children’s Museum of NH at 603 742-2002 or email questions@ childrens-museum.org.

Sochi games.” Taylor Chace of Hampton Falls was among three paralympians from New Hampshire. Chace competed in sled hockey. Chace, a three-time Paralympian, is a member of the Paralympic gold medal sled hockey team and reigning top defenseman from the 2010 Paralympic Games. He is currently captain of the US team and was named the USOC’s Paralympic Sportsman of the Year for 2010. Shaheen added that members of the U.S. Paralympics team have “overcome incredible challenges and with resolve, hard work and courage, they represent the best of our nation.”

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