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PCA of Dover Tops Nashua H.S. on NHPTV’s Challenge DURHAM The quarter-finals of NHPTV’s Granite State Challenge kicked off Saturday, April 5, with a match between Portsmouth Christian Academy of Dover and the Academy for Science and Design of Nashua. Portsmouth Christian Academy (PCA) took the lead early and went on to win the game with a score of 305-150. Last year PCA competed in the quarter-finals, and in 2011 they made it to the semi-finals. PCA was represented by captain John Sipp, Jonah Abraham, Connor Foley and Nate Foster, and led by coaches Donna Capern and Dr. Raymond Gamble. “We were very impressed with the academy’s team and found them to be worthy opponents!” noted Portsmouth Christian Academy coach Donna Capern. The Academy of Science and Design was represented by captain Dom Dabekian, Jess Hayes, Alexander Jaferey and Caleb Darling, and led by coach Andrew Myers. Portsmouth Christian Academy now advances to the

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semi-finals of Granite State Challenge. The popular quiz contest began the season with 16 Granite State high school teams battling for the coveted SuperChallenge title and brainy bragging rights. It takes a winning combination of knowledge, teamwork, grace under pressure, and a quick buzzer reflex to play Granite State Challenge. The show brings New Hampshire’s top high school academic teams head-to-head in lively competition. It emphasizes quick recall of material in all major disciplines along with a mix of questions about current events, entertainment, sports, and regional topics. Host Jim Jeannotte poses the Challenge questions to the teams; Lori Warriner interviews team members.

Berwick-Somersworth Bridge Being Replaced SOMERSWORTH The bridge that carries Routes 9 and 236 over the Salmon Falls River between Maine and N.H., is being replaced. The $2.4 million construction project will result in the addition of a turning lane on the bridge, enhanced five-foot sidewalks on both sides of the bridge and an improved railroad crossing in Somersworth. Though two lanes of traffic will be maintained on the bridge, traffic flowing into Berwick from Somersworth will not be allowed to turn left when exiting

the bridge. Instead traffic will be re-routed to Wilson Street via Route 9. All businesses will be open and accessible. The bridge will be fully closed for two weekends, one starting Friday, April 11 at 10:30 am through Monday, April 14 at 2 pm, and one in the fall. Six overnight closures will be allowed over the course of construction. The bridge will fully reopen by November 15 though finish work may occur in the spring of 2015. Details may be found at www.mainedot.gov.

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DOVER To help celebrate World Voice Day, theatre.unmasked is offering a free workshop for local business people at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce entitled “Your Voice Matters!” This workshop will address the importance of vocal tone and quality in the workplace and how individuals can be proactive in their workplace with vocal awareness. The workshop will address phone tone, in-person conversing, and troubleshooting habits that get in the way of success in the workplace. World Voice Day is a day of awareness celebrated globally by Voice Trainers in many areas. According to the website www.world-voice-day.org, “The voice provides the main tool for both semantic and emotional communication, and is therefore relevant to auditory perception, psychology, neurology, cognition, linguistics and phonetics. It is a crucial tool not only in education but also in the daily work

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for about 30 percent of the entire working population.” With a mission “to share the excitement of voice science, pedagogy and the vocal arts”, World Voice Day hopes to remind everyone of how important their voice is, at work and every day. Aimee Blesing is a Certified Trainer of Lessac Kinesensic Voice Training, a training developed by Arthur Lessac over 80 years of research and application. Lessac training is used by singers, actors, business people and anyone seeking more healthful and dynamic vocal life. Aimee will be assisted by Advanced Lessac Student, Jamie Clavet. The workshop will be held from 8:30 to 9:30 am on Tuesday, April 15 at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce. Registration is limited to the first twenty people but the workshop is free. Visit www.theatreunmasked.com for more information.

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NH DAR Profile Award Recipient Announced

PORTSMOUTH Margaret Sumner was selected as the recipient of the NH DAR Profile Award at the chapter’s March meeting. This award recognizes Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) members who personify the state theme of “Celebrating and Strengthening a Lasting Profile of Patriotism and Service”. A 40-year member of DAR, Sumner has served as chapter regent, and a chair of American History, DAR Schools, and DAR Good Citizen committees. She is the current chair of the Women’s Issues Committee. A mother, grandmother, and proud great-grandmother of 11, Sumner has been a fifer with the New Market Militia since 1974. She and her late husband,

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Seacoast Family Food Pantry Fundraiser for Community PORTSMOUTH The Seacoast Family Food Pantry (SFFP) is hosting their 5th Annual Frugal Feast on Saturday, April 12 at 5 pm. The dinner, which is a fundraiser, will be held at the Masonic Temple, 351 Middle Street in Portsmouth. There will be live music, a silent auction, and dinner. The dinner is served in the tradition of local soup kitchens in order to remind those in attendance that for many people, eating in a soup kitchen is the only way to access a hot meal. “Through the Frugal Feast we seek to create an awareness of the problem of hunger in our community and to raise money to support the Pantry’s mission,” said Marion Cheney, Chair of the Board. SFFP is the oldest social service agency in New Hampshire. It was established in 1816 in order to assist the families of fishermen. Still in line with the

services provided 198 years ago, the mission is to provide lowincome individuals and families with food, personal care items, and education for healthy living. “The need continues to grow throughout the Seacoast and we intend to seek ways to meet the spirit and purpose of our early founders,” said Deb Anthony, Executive Director. “There has been a rise in the number of elderly using our services along with working families with children. It is inconceivable that our most vulnerable should be hungry in an area of great resource,” noted Cheney. Tickets can be purchased at the door. They are $20 a person, $35 for a family, and $140 for a table of 8.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ A Cappella Group Announces Opening Act For Annual Double Bill ROLLINSFORD On April 13, the rockin’ a cappella of Tuckermans at 9 teams up with special guest The Stairwells on the Garrison Players Arts Center stage. “We didn’t start out to make this an annual thing,” said Tuckermans at 9 founder and baritone Mark Miller of Dover. “But it’s been so much fun the past several years sharing the stage with another a cappella group, we just keep doing it.” The Stairwells evolved from an eight-week a cappella class at Traip Academy in Kittery, Maine, in the early 1990s. Led by Ben Baldwin (of rock n’ roll, swing, and R&B band Ben Baldwin and the Big Note), the group continued to perform at venues including the Portsmouth sightseeing vessel M/V Thomas Leighton, birthday parties, and

multiple large community events. “Following a hiatus,” explained Baldwin, “The Stairwells reorganized in 2010 and has been making music ever since, from rockin’ gospel to doo wop. And our name? Well, as it turns out, ‘stairwells’ are where the twelve of us sound the best!” “A cappella is total vocal,” explained Miller. Dubbed “T9” by fans, seven-voice Tuckermans at 9 has entertained audiences from Boston and the north and south shores of Massachusetts to Lewiston, Maine, and in New Hampshire from Portsmouth to Nashua and into the Lakes Region since 2004. “We’re often asked, ‘How can you do all these great songs without instruments?’ But everything you hear at a T9 show, including what sounds like brass, electric guitars, or drums, comes from our voices. It’s an en-

tertaining show with something for every age and taste. And once you experience a cappella, I guarantee you’re gonna want more of it in your life.” Rounding out the group’s New Hampshire roster are soprano Ashley Gove (Nashua), altos Kam Damtoft (Durham) and Fran Lipe (New Durham), tenors Shay Willard (Dover) and Walt Porter (Brentwood), and bass Bill Hersman (Durham). Exeter’s Tony Berke is T9’s sound technician; assistant sound technician Kevin Consaul hails from Nashua. The performance will be held at 7 pm at the Garrison Players Arts Center, 650 Portland Avenue in Rollinsford. Tickets are $18 for adult and $15 for children. More details can be found at garrisonplayers.org or tuckermansat9.com.

Pro Musica Presents Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” PORTSMOUTH Felix Mendelssohn’s epic oratorio “Elijah,” will be performed by Portsmouth Pro Musica with Bradford Gleim, Boston-based baritone, singing the title role. Artistic Director Priscilla Stevens French will conduct the 62-voiced mixed chorus accompanied by a 15piece orchestra and organist Robert Littlefield. The Boston Globe cites “Elijah” as the great success of Mendelssohn’s final years, with echoes of Bach and Handel. The textured score presents the story of the Old Testament prophet Elijah and his quest for God despite pagan deities and the curse of a three-year drought on ancient Israel Concerts will be performed Friday, April 11, 7:30 pm, at Christ Church, 43 Pine Street, Exeter, and Sunday, April 13, 3

pm, at South Church, 292 State Street, Portsmouth. Tickets are available at the door ($15 general, $12 seniors/

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Victoria Avella, class of 2013, takes to the runway at the 2013 Fashion Show. (courtesy photo)

DOVER On Sunday, April 13, at 12:30 pm, St. Thomas Aquinas High School will host its annual Fashion Show. The 2014 Show, “50 Years of Fashion” will feature trendy, chic and prom-worthy attire from local retailers modeled by St. Thomas Aquinas High School students. Special guest modelers from the Class of 1964 will be on hand to help celebrate our 50 year theme, which was chosen in honor of the STA charter class.

Fashion show guests will also enjoy a small live auction and a festive raffle with an array of items. All funds raised at the St. Thomas Aquinas Fashion Show benefit the Tuition Assistance program which helps one in four families afford a St. Thomas Aquinas education. More information, including a list of participating stores, is available online at www.stalux. org/fashionshow. To attend, call the high school advancement office at 603-609-1441.

Pontine Theatre Presents Shakespeare’s Will on April 17

The Garden Gate by Peg Duffin (courtesy photo)

Peg Duffin Exhibits During April HAMPTON The Hampton Arts Network (HAN) is pleased to announce Peg Duffin as the April Artist of the month at the Hampton Town Hall. The title of her painting is “The Garden Gate.” Duffin has been a Seacoast Art Association member for more than twenty years, and was a founding member of HAN. Her art has been published and used several times for local fundraisers. She owns and operates Art & Soul Gallery and teaches watercolor classes from her home in Hampton. Duffin’s paintings will be on display and for sale at the Hampton Town Hall through May 2 and may be viewed during regular business hours.

PORTSMOUTH – Pontine Theatre presents Shakespeare’s Will performed by guest artist, Tannis Kowalchuk in performances set for April 1720 at the West End Studio. Anne Hathaway married William Shakespeare in 1582, raised their children, and buried her husband in 1616. The rest of their 32 years of marriage is one of literary history’s great mysteries. This mystery provides a dark and comedic playground for this beautiful and lyrical solo performance piece written by Vern Thiessen.

Tannis Kowalchuk is artistic director of Highland Park New York’s North American Cultural Laboratory. Performances are Thursday and Friday at 8 pm, Saturday at 4 pm, and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets are $24 and may be purchased online at www.pontine. org or at the door and half-hour prior to performances based on availability. Pontine’s West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington Street in Portsmouth. Find details at www.pontine.org or 603-436-6660.

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DURHAM The Great Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve is in need of volunteers to “Get dirty for Great Bay”! With Earth Day just around the corner, show your love for the environment by volunteering to plant trees and shrubs on Adam’s Point in Durham, NH. Located at the mouth of Great Bay, Adams Point is a public property owned by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. It is steeped in a rich cultural history; once the home of the locally famous Adams family and a popular location for anglers, oystermen and wildlife watchers. On Saturday, April 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. the Reserve is looking for 60+ volunteers to help plant trees and shrubs along the shoreline. The day will be broken up into two shifts: 9 a.m. – noon and 1p.m. to 4 p.m. The morning shift will consist of the creation of the planting beds in designated areas with soil, jute matting and native trees and shrubs. The afternoon session will consist of finishing up the planting and watering thoroughly. Adding native trees and shrubs will serve a dual purpose: strengthening the eroded soil edges through strong root systems, and redirecting visitors to pre-determined access points. “We want visitors to come to Adams Point,” says Rachel Stevens, Stewardship Coordinator

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ing Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem and the events leading up to Easter. The sermon is called “The Quirky Truth”. A “Loaves & Fishes” Soup Sale to benefit the discretionary fund will be held after each service. Maundy Thursday will be held April 17 at 7 p.m. when there will be a service of Tenebrae and Holy Communion in the Sanctuary with a tableau of

Cocheco Valley Humane Society DOVER Max Max is seven years old and came to Cocheco Valley Humane Society because his owners were moving and could no longer keep him. He is okay with cats and should be fine with a canine friend as long as they meet first. He would do best in a home with children ten or older. Max is looking for a medium energy home with someone willing to work with him on being more comfortable with handling. Age: 7 years. Sex: Neutered Male. Breed: Labrador / Sharpei. For more information, con-

tact Cocheco Valley Humane Society at 262 County Farm Road in Dover, 603-749-5322, or www.cvhsonline.org.

the Last Supper. Good Friday on April 18, will offer “The Meditation Labyrinth” which will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to all who would like to prayerfully take its journey. The Good Friday Ecumenical Service will follow in our church Sanctuary at 12 noon with “Readings and Reflections, Stones of Remembrance and the Ten Reproaches”. Easter Sunday, April 20, arrives with a 5:45 a.m. Ecumenical Easter Sunrise Service (weather permitting) held at North Beach (across from 18th St.) followed at 6:30 a.m. by a Sunrise Breakfast served at HUMC by the Men’s Club. All are welcome; free-will offering. Easter Worship Services will be held in the Sanctuary at 9 and 10:45 a.m. with a sermon entitled “Can Google Solve the Death Problem?” Childcare is available for ages 3 and under. The church is handicapped accessible with hearing devices available. For more information, call 603926-2702 or visit www.hamptonnhumc.com.

~ Calendar of Events ~ Sunday, April 13 Breakfast Buffet

The public is invited to a breakfast buffet from 8 to 11 am at St Martin’s Church Hall on the corner of West High and Maple Streets in Somersworth. Only $6 for adults, children aged 7-15 is $2.50 and for children under 7, free.

Antique Appraisal Day

The Stratham Historical Society will hold its 23nd Annual Spring Appraisal Day (af fectionately known to its members as the “Stratham Road Show”) on Sunday, April 13, from 1 to 3 pm, in the Morgera Room of the Stratham Fire Station. In attendance will be Caroline French of Caroline L. French Antiques in Dover,, and Aime Sevigny of Aime & Priscilla Antiques in North. Berwick, Maine, and Devin Moisan of Devin Moisan Auctioneers in Dover, who are experts in appraising a variety of antiques and collectibles. A fee of $4 will be charged for one item, $6 for two

items and $11 for five items. Proceeds will go toward maintaining the society’s collections and other related expenses.

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The Portsmouth Garden Club will hold its monthly meeting at 12 noon at the Urban Forestry Center. Jamie Colen, Garden Director at Fuller Gardens will be the guest speaker. Presentation will begin at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited. RSVP to 603-205-4594.

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April 18 through May 4, Generic Theater will perform the Pulitzer and Tony winning tragicomedy “August: Osage County”, by Tracy Letts, at The Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy Street, Portsmouth NH. Show times are 8:00 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 7:00 p.m. Sundays April 20 and 27th, and 2:00 p.m. Sunday, May 4. Tickets cost $12-$15. Seniors, students, and Players’ Ring members receive discounts. Strong language. Reserve by calling 603-436-8123 or visiting www@playersring.org.


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Health & Fitness “Wellness 101” at the Dover Public Library DOVER The Dover Public Library will present a series of “Wellness 101” workshops by Joe McCue, owner of American Wellness Solutions, LLC, and a Certified Wellness Practitioner. Focused on enhancing different dimensions of personal wellness, these free workshops will occur on the second Monday of every month: learn more about your body, mind, and behavior,

and how you can make changes to increase your own wellness The first presentation is an introduction to wellness on Monday, April 14 at 7 pm. May 12 (7 pm) offers “Values: The ‘Why’ of Everything”. Learn how your value system influences your behavior, and how clarifying that system helps you to make better decisions. “Physical Wellness” will

be presented on June 9 (7 pm). Learn what contributes to robust physical wellness. This topic will cover strength, endurance, balance, power, speed and agility. We will also demystify the body mass index (BMI) and learn about its pros and cons. Joe McCue has been a practicing massage therapist since 2001 and currently holds several certifications in a variety of different modalities, including Cranio-

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Posture for Fitness, Performance and Body Building Intense physical training. Highly specific nutrition plans. 100% dedication to perfecting the human form. Body building competitions require their participants to face many extremes in order to be the best of the best. But even the most rigorous of training may not be enough to perform at the top if posture is not taken into consideration. “Proper posture of the body creates equilibrium, without which, physique training can lead to the shortening of muscles and ligament injury. If you are unable to access the full range of motion in the kinetic chain, you cannot take advantage of the proper mechanics that allow you to train at your peak,” says Dr. Kenneth Bryan, a certified posture exercise professional and personal trainer who works with body building athletes to unlock their full potential through focused posture exercise training. Certainly, a balanced posture exudes confidence and excellent physical form, two elements upon which an overall score is calculated. But the benefit of a strong posture begins in training, both for injury prevention and achieving balance in muscle development. From her own experience, Dr. Krista Burns, a chiropractor living and practicing in Italy, attributes her enjoyment and success in body building to a regimen of preventative chiropractic care and posture training. “Without a strong foundation in proper posture, I would not be able to perform. It helps me to train safely before the competition and ensure that I am building muscle evenly.” In addition to preventing injury and improving training capacity, posture plays a criti-

cal role in stage presentation. With good posture, you appear taller, leaner, and can move more gracefully. Tyler Tsujimoto, NASMCPT, CPEP, a personal trainer to several body sculptors on local, regional, and national levels, agrees that posture exercise protocols are crucial to training safely and effectively. “I am a huge fan of alignment exercises like the pelvic tuck and have implemented it with body building clients in multiple ways. You build a much stronger core foundation with targeted posture exercise, and the stronger your foundation, the more receptive your muscles are in your extremities. This makes muscles easier to sculpt and train them how you want them to appear.” Tsujimoto also stresses how crucial posture is to posing on stage. “Competitors hire coaches specifically for posing. You need to learn and understand your body well enough to be able to show off your definition to the judges. Posing coaches consistently comment on the results of our posture training regimen. Not only does it help clients to work out properly and build muscle symmetrically, but it also helps tremendously with presentation. Judges can spot weak posture on stage, even if you have muscles on top of muscles. It’s very noticeable.” While body builders succeed through the supervision and training of nutritionists, personal trainers, and posing coaches, focused training on posture exercise to prevent injury and enhance performance is just now beginning to gain momentum in the sport. “I expect to see the posture niche to grow exponentially,” says Dr. Steven Weiniger, author of Stand Taller Live Longer. A vocal proponent of the importance of routine posture assess-

ment of athletes, Weiniger asserts that by strengthening balance, alignment, and motion, one can utilize his body with increased range of motion, fluidity of movement, and, therefore, perform with greater efficiency and reduced risk of injury. Dr. Burns, who obtained specialized training as a posture exercise professional, has been competing in the bikini category for two years, working closely with her posing coach to improve her “bellezza,” or overall appearance on stage. “Posture is a huge factor in your ability to perform. At times you have to hold poses for several minutes. It requires a great amount of muscular endurance, which comes from being able to balance and align your body properly.” “When a competitor is locked up and can’t maintain an appropriate posture, he accen-

tuates these differences when he poses – or fails to maintain a pose,” says Dr. Bryan. “Furthermore, judges look for dynamic movement patterns with contraction. The more flexibility you have under these contractive positions, the better the judges will react. You can’t get any more basic than that – posture is the gateway to the physical realm.” Tsujimoto hopes that posture will become a greater focus with trainers and coaches. “Posture greatly impacts everything about this sport,” he says. “When your body moves more efficiently with less wasted effort, everything becomes more enjoyable. The amount of time and effort that you need to do your lifting and cardio becomes less burdensome because you move with less pain. Self confidence is enhanced with a stronger posture in everyday

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life, but it really comes out on stage. There is a lightness to the individuals that have strong posture – they have more fun, they move and flow from one pose into another more effortlessly. Functionally, posture strengthening exercises are beneficial to training and endurance. Aesthetically, with proper posture and greater control of your body’s movement, you’ll get much better scores.” About the Author Rebecca Coates is Senior Editor for BodyZone.com, a free international online resource for posture and health information. Contributors: Dr. Kenneth Bryan practices in Cuiabá, Brazil. Dr. Krista Burns practices in Parma, Italy. Dr. Steven Weiniger practices in Atlanta, GA. Mr. Tyler Tsujimoto practices in Midvale, UT. Professional contributors may be reached through PosturePractice.com.


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Chamber Announces 2014 Business Leader of the Year and Citizen of the Year

ROCHESTER The Rochester Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate the winners of the 2014 Business Leader of the Year and 2014 Citizen of the Year awards, which were announced at the Chamber’s Annual Dinner Dance & Awards Banquet, held on Saturday, April 5 at The Red Barn in South Berwick, Maine. Business Leader of the Year: David Keefe Federal Savings Bank Dave Keefe’s banking career spanned nearly 40 years, working for a number of institutions including Strafford Savings Bank, Southeast Bank (which later became Citizens Bank), Profile Bank and most recently as Vice President Commercial Lending Officer for Federal Savings Bank. Keefe serves on Rochester’s Job Loan Committee and has been instrumental in a number of business expansion efforts within the City. He has helped many small businesses in the Rochester community remain competitive and strong despite challenging economic times.

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Keefe also served on boards and committees for the Strafford Guidance Center, Seacoast RediCare, Cornerstone VNA and Frisbie Memorial Hospital. He is a member of the Rochester Rotary Club, having served as President and Treasurer. Through this organization, he has volunteered countless hours serving the community including volunteering at the Homeless Center for Strafford County or ringing the bell during the holidays for the Salvation Army. Dave resides in Rochester with his wife, Stewart. Together they have four children- Kate, Jenn, Collin and Jamee and two grandchildren. 2014 Citizens of the Year: Gerry and Claire Bisaillon

Gerry and Claire Bisaillon have been active in the Rochester community since the 1970’s when their sons joined the Rochester Youth Hockey League. They became involved in the league serving as officers of the parents organization, working in the concession stand and conducting fundraisers. Through their efforts, they helped to raise thousands of dollars for youth hockey in Rochester and at Spaulding High School. The Bisaillons both worked at Public Service of New Hampshire. During their employment at PSNH, they were involved in a number of organizations. Gerry assisted with several United Way Day of Caring events and Claire served as an Ambassador for the Greater

Rochester Chamber of Commerce as well as chair of the Operation Thank You event. Gerry has volunteered for Holy Rosary Credit Union for over 25 years and has been a member of Holy Rosary Parish for 50 years. The couple serve as ushers and greeters for the parish. The Bisaillons were both members of the Rochester Rotary Club, with Claire having served as president in 1996 and 1997 and Gerry as president in 2008-2010. As Rotarians, Gerry and Claire were constant fixtures at nearly every Rotary event, service project or fundraiser. These included ringing the bell for the Salvation Army during the holidays, helping with traffic control for Rochester’s Holiday Parade, passing out food boxes to the elderly at Christmas time, working endlessly on Howie’s Field of Dreams, donating money for wheel chairs for polio victims in Nigeria, gathering clothes for the SHARE Fund, wrapping Christmas gifts for needy children and folding clothes for the annual Rotary Clothing Drive.

The Bisaillons reside in Rochester and serve on the Board of Directors for The Gafney Home. They have two children, David and Stephen and six grandchildren. ...QUIZ from page 1 for the Governor’s Cup against the winner of the WGBH Boston High School Quiz Show at the end of the season. Watch Granite State Challenge Saturdays at 6 p.m. on NHPTV Prime, and at other watch online anytime at www. nhptv.org. Ready to play Granite State Challenge online? Join others in the group, play with your friends on Facebook, or take the quiz on your own. Granite State Challenge is generously funded by lead sponsor Unitil. Additional funding is provided by NH NEA, Heinemann, DF Richard, MarkemImaje, Pax World Mutual Funds, and Measured Progress. The GSC 2014 champion banner for the winning school was donated by the NHHEAF Network Organizations.

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Dear Connie, I had not heard of FLV Media player, but with a little bit of research, I discovered that it is a media player that plays .flv files that have been downloaded from YouTube. If you don’t have files that you downloaded from YouTube, then you don’t need the FLV media player. If you don’t need it, just go to the “Control Panel”, then go to “Uninstall A Program” to remove it. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, My Windows Vista goes to sleep everytime I dust the key board off. I try to avoid the sleep key (it has a moon on the button) but it’s very sensitive. I always have to shut down the computer completely and turn it back on to WAKE it up. What can I do to wake the computer up? Thank you, Mary Dear Mary, I would ALWAYS shut the computer down and unplug it before doing any cleaning on it. This is to protect the computer from static electricity, which can destroy sensitive electronics. Even dusting can generate static electricity. Before you clean the computer, turn it completely off, and unplug it. If it is a laptop, unplug it and remove the battery. Now it is safe to clean your computer. You can dust it with a

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old people who only use online for email and to surf the net (also buying). Thank you for your wonderful column and help. Sincerely, Carol Dear Carol, I hear stories like this every week, in fact, I had a computer in my shop last week with the same type of story, the owner contacted what he thought was Gmail tech support, was told that the computer was full of viruses, and wanted $250 to clean it up. When I took a look at the computer, the only malware on it was the program installed by the online tech support company. The truth is, you probably were not talking to the Panda company, (did you search for the tech support number online?) but some online scammer. You were probably not infected with anything either. They were just trying to scare you into thinking that. I sell great malware protection here for under $30, I have never seen anti-malware software that costs hundreds of dollars for one computer. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.


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Prepare for Health Care Costs During Retirement As you save and invest for retirement, what are your ultimate goals? Do you plan on traveling the world? Purchasing a vacation home? Pursuing your hobbies? People often think and plan for these costs. Yet, too often, many of us overlook what potentially could be a major expense during our retirement years: health care. By preparing for these costs, you can help yourself enjoy the retirement lifestyle you’ve envisioned. Many of us may ignore the impact of health care costs because we just assume Medicare will pay for everything. But that’s not the case. In estimating health care costs during retirement, you may find that $4,000 to $6,000 per year per person for traditional medical expenses is a good starting point, although the amount varies by individual. Furthermore, this figure does not include the costs of long-term care,

which can be considerable. To illustrate: The national average for home health aide services is nearly $45,000 per year, and a private room in a nursing home is nearly $84,000 per year, according to a recent survey by Genworth, a financial security company. So what can you do to help cope with these costs? Here are a few suggestions: Estimate your costs. Try to estimate what your out-of-pocket health care costs might be, based on your health, your age at retirement, whatever supplemental insurance you may carry and other factors. Know the key dates. Things can change in your life, but try to identify, as closely as possible, the age at which you plan to retire. This will help you spot any coverage gaps before you become eligible for Medicare at age 65. Also, be aware of the seven-month window for enrolling in Medicare, beginning three months before your 65th birthday.

Review your insurance your financial advisor. family. Talk to your legal options. advisor about establishing a Invest for growth and rising Medicare-approved in- income. health care directive, which surance companies offer some Health care costs typically allows you to name someother parts to Medicare, in- rise as you move further into one to make choices on your cluding Part D, which covers retirement, so make sure that behalf. prescription drugs; Medigap, a reasonable portion of your Health care costs during which covers gaps in Parts A assets is allocated to invest- your retirement may be unand B (in-hospital expenses, ments with the potential for avoidable. But by anticipating doctor services, outpatient care both growth and rising income. these costs, you can put yourand some preventive services); self in a position to deal with and Part C (also known as Think about health care them — and that’s a healthy Medicare Advantage, which is directives. place to be. If you were to become designed to replace Parts A, B, This article was written Medigap and, potentially, part incapacitated, you might be by Edward Jones and subD). You have several options unable to make health care de- mitted by Financial Advisor for Part D, Medigap and Medi- cisions — and these decisions Joseph Mittica. If 30 youptwould 3.5” x 2.5” | Maximum Font Size: care Advantage, each with may affect not only your qual- like to reach Mittica, you can varying coverage and costs, ity of life but also your finan- do so by calling 603-964-1947. cial situation, andFont thatSize: of your 3.5” x x2.5” 2.5”| Maximum | Maximum Font Size: 30 30ptpt so choose the plans that best 3.5” 3.5” x 2.5” | Maximum Font Size: 30 pt fit your needs. (To learn more about Medicare and supplemental insurance, go to www. medicare.gov.) Joseph D Mittica

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Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals and Earth Day Celebration at the Science Center

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The Seacoast Science Center’s Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals features a 5k trail race and 2 mile through the scenic trails of historic Odiorne Point State Park. After the race, there are raffles and a free Earth Day celebration. All proceeds support the Marine Mammal Rescue program and ocean education efforts.

SOMERSWORTH To help families dealing with the devastating disease of Alzheimer’s, The Homemakers Health Services will be hosting “A Round to Remember Alzheimer’s,” Golf Tournament beginning at 8:30 a.m. June 4, at The Oaks Golf Links in Somersworth. Sponsored by Eastern Propane and Oil, all proceeds of the tournament will go toward providing home health, support, education and respite care for families that are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias. “Today, it seems that nearly

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~ Library News ~ Lewis Carroll: Puzzles & Riddles at the Dover Library April 15 DOVER The Friends of the Dover Public Library will host an intriguing presentation, “The Life and Works of Lewis Carroll: a Puzzle with Riddles” on Tuesday evening, April 15 at 7pm by Rev. Robert Stiefel, PhD. The program is an adaptation of a popular course Dr. Stiefel taught at UNH. Under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson wrote two of the most widely read and beloved classics, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There”, and the epic poem “The Hunting of the Snark”. Dodgson (1832-1898) was resident Lecturer in Mathematics at Christ Church College, Oxford, and an eminent portrait photographer, logician and mathematician, inventor, theologian, an Anglican deacon. His life continues to present puzzles to be solved and riddles to tease us, ones that may or may not be answerable. In this way, both his life and his works are very much alike. The question repeatedly put to Alice and to the hunters of the Snark is one Lewis Carroll repeatedly put to himself and asks each of us: “Who are you?

Dover Public Library Classical Music

On Saturday, April 19 at 11 am, the library will host the sixth in a series of free classical music concerts for families, featuring live performances of well-known musical masterpieces. This month’s concert will feature Baroque music by Bach, Handel, and Monteverdi. Performing will be soprano Heather Guilfoyle, flutist Richard DuBois and pianist Naho Bessho. The concert’s length is just 40-45 minutes, so that children may attend and enjoy the music too.

For More Information And which way do you want to go?” Dr. Stiefel recently retired after 22 years teaching Honors Seminars and Humanities Courses at the University of New Hampshire. Earlier he also taught at Harvard University and Haverford College. A priest in the Episcopal Church since 1979, he served as Rector of Christ Church, Portsmouth from1991-2002 and currently serves as voluntary chaplain at Maple Suites Independent Living Retirement Center. Reading Carroll’s books is certainly not a pre-requisite for attending, but for those who’d like to reacquaint themselves with Alice’s adventures before the program, the Dover Public Library has four copies of the recommended edition of “The Annotated Alice: The Definitive Edition” (Norton, 2000) avail-

Contact the library at 603-5166050 or visit www.dover.lib.nh.us.

Lane Memorial Library “The Pirate Fairy”

Friday, April 11, 3:15 p.m. From the world of Peter Pan comes “The Pirate Fairy”, a swashbuckling new adventure about Zarina (voice of Christina Hendricks), a smart and ambitious dust-keeper fairy who’s captivated by Blue Pixie Dust and its endless possibilities. When Zarina’s wild ideas get her into trouble, she flees Pixie Hollow and joins forces with the scheming pirates of Skull Rock, who make her captain of their ship. Tinker Bell (voice of Mae Whitman) and her friends must embark on an epic adventure to find Zarina, and together they go sword-to-sword

able for browsing or borrowing. This program is free and open to all. For more information, call the Dover Library at 603-5166050.

with the band of pirates led by a cabin boy named James (voice of Tom Hiddleston), who’ll soon be known as Captain Hook, himself. Enjoy the laughter, heart, magic and thrills of The Pirate Fairy. Rated G. 90 minutes. Admission is free and open to the public. Popcorn and water are provided courtesy of the Friends of the Lane Memorial Library.

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Rye Public Library Adult Book Discussion Group

Selection for April 15 is “Heat and Dust” by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. The group meets the third Tuesday of every month 2-3 p.m. or 7-8 p.m. Newcomers are always welcome. A profound and powerful novel, winner of the Booker Prize Set in colonial India during the 1920s, “Heat and Dust” tells the story of Olivia, a beautiful woman suffocated by the propriety and social constraints of her position as the wife of an important English civil servant. Longing for passion and independence, Olivia is drawn into the spell of the Nawab, a minor Indian prince deeply involved in gang raids and criminal plots.

Conversations: Poems of the Earth

With facilitating poet Mimi White continues Thursday, April 17 at 6:30 p.m. Participants will look at poems closely and discuss their interpretation.

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Wendy Nottonson Quartet

Friday, April 18 at 2 pm, join talented local musicians in celebration of National Library Week. The Wendy Nottonson Quartet brings you a special hour of Jazz Standards from the American Songbook, including the timeless music of George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Richard Rogers, and many others! Wendy, a four year resident of Rye, currently performs throughout MA & NH and teaches piano and voice. Sponsored by the Rye Public Library

For More Information

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Seabrook Library Downton Abbey Tea Party

Thursday, April 17 at 4 pm. Did you ever think you were born in the wrong century, or do you just love watching the popular Masterpiece Theatre program of the same name about the British uppercrust and their sprawling household? Come watch the first two episodes of Season Four of Downton Abbey and enjoy tea sandwiches, scones with clotted cream, and, of course, tea. The program is free and open to the public. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Costumes are optional, but encouraged. Call the library at 603474-2044 to reserve your place.

For More Information

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28. People in southern India 30. Withered, dry 31. Central nervous system 34. Short composition for solo instrument 36. Communist 37. Specific localities 39. Garden cultivator 40. Stratford’s river 41. Atomic #34 42. Stalkless leaves 48. Significant other 50. Chilled 51. Dakar is the capital 52. Amuse & delight

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Writers On A New England Stage Presents P.J. O’rourke

PORTSMOUTH The Writers on a New England Stage series welcomes bestselling humorist P.J. O’Rourke – called “the funniest man in America” by Time and The Wall Street Journal – on Wednesday, April 16. O’Rourke will take the stage with his first book of all new, previously unpublished material since 2007, “The Baby Boom: How It Got That Way — And It Wasn’t My Fault… And I’ll Never Do It Again,” turning his lens on his fellow post-war babies in an attempt to understand, explain, and celebrate the glorious mess made by his generation. The 7:30 p.m. event in The Music Hall includes an author presentation and on-stage interview with Virginia Prescott, host of NHPR’s “Word of Mouth.” The series’ houseband Dreadnaught will play live music during

Annual Seacoast Republican Women Essay Contest

the one hour event. For years, P.J. O’Rourke has trained his critical eye and rapier wit on institutions ranging from the U.S. government and the global economy to the automobile industry and American politics. Now, in “The Baby Boom”, he trains that eye on his own generation. As the youngest boomers turn fifty, O’Rourke says it’s time for “the generation that changed everything” to weigh its impact on society. Drawing on his own experiences and a cast of memorable characters, he leads us on a candid but equally sentimental, laugh-out-loud journey through the circumstances and events that shaped a generation and the modern world. Tickets can be purchased at the Historic Theater, 28 Chestnut Street, Portsmouth, or over the phone at 603-436-2400.

GREENLAND The Seacoast Republican Women will present an opportunity for students to participate in their annual Essay Scholarship Contest. It is open to private, public, or home-schooled students in the New Hampshire seacoast area. The topic: Is the greatest threat to US National Security

internal or external? The purpose is to invite our youth to examine our political process and issues that may influence our future leaders and reflect upon common Republican goals and values. Judging will be based on originality of thought, style, expression and grammar. Entries should be two pages, double-

spaced and include a cover letter with name, address, phone contact and school name. Please send to: SRW, PO Box 495, Greenland, NH 03840 by April 16th. The winner will receive $500. Contact Renee Portu (603) 781-0716 or mportu@comcast. net or nhsrw.org for more information.

Jazz Society Presents Six Solo Pianists PORTSMOUTH Six of the most accomplished New England-based jazz pianists will be presented in a free performance and audience dialog at 4:30 pm on Sunday, April 13, at The Press Room in Portsmouth. The event is a presentation of the Seacoast Jazz Society, the latest in its series, the Seacoast Jazz Appreciation Project (SJAP). The focus of this session is solo piano jazz performance.

It will feature pianists Joe Mulholland, Ryan Parker, Tim Ray, Gilson Schachnik, Rusty Scott and Mark Shilansky. Terry MacDonald, who hosts the Jazz Society’s ongoing “play-and-tell” series, commented, “The piano has been described as effectively a full orchestra, producing melody, harmony, percussion, and a range from low bass to high treble. How each solo jazz pianist chooses to utilize the

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

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

OR BUY FOR OR BUY FOR OR BUY FOR OR BUY FOR OR BUY FOR NEW ’14 NISSAN NEW ’14 NISSAN NEW ’14 NISSAN NEW ’14 NISSAN SNOTE O MSE RFRONTIER S W OK/C RSV T4X4 H NROGUE I S S ASN C E RMAXIMA TIFIED U S EALTIMA D CA R C E NSENTRA TER S VERSA 3.5S 2.5S AWD

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2012 HYUNDAI SONATA HYBRID

,

Red, 21K, LEASE PER Auto, FOR MONTH Leather, Roof, A/C 2 OR MORE ATAlloys, THIS PRICE. PL 24 month leaseVIN withENDING $999 cashPW, or trade MODEL #11454 IN: 413336 Stk. #N14398A

due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

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$

NEW ’14 NISSAN

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$

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HYBRID

FINANCE FOR

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

$

2013 NISSAN JUKE SV AWD PER MONTH

75 months with $1,999 cash or trade 21,160 due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

2 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. MODEL #31414 VIN ENDING IN: 735951

OR BUY FOR

,

ONLY 247

MILES! White, Auto, Turbo, LEASE PER Alloys,FOR Sunroof, MONTH PW, PL, A/C, CD MORE AT THIS PRICE. 2 OR 24 month lease with cashIN:or806120 trade #22214 VIN $1,999 ENDING Stk.MODEL #P9577B

$

20,876

due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

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$ ,

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Gray, 36K, Auto, PER Leather, MONTH Roof, A/C, 2 OR THIS PRICE. Alloys, PW, PL 75MORE monthsAT with $1,999 MODEL #16114 VIN ENDING IN: 471911 #N14377A cash or trade due @Stk. signing.

FINANCE FOR

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10 741 21 836 19 875 24 997

$

$

2012 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LTD AWD

LIKE NEW LEASE FOR

,

2012 KIA SOUL + PER MONTH

24 month lease with $999 cash or trade 22,862 due @ signing. $600 college grad included. OR BUY FOR

2 OR MORE AT THIS PRICE. MODEL #13114 VIN ENDING IN: 366974

$

,

SPACIOUS

Black, 32K, Auto, FINANCE PER Alloys, PW, PL, FOR MONTH A/C, 75 AM/FM/CD 2 OR MORE AT THIS months with $1,999 cashPRICE. or trade MODEL #12014 VIN ENDING IN: 632238 Stk. #P9643WR

$

14,968

due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

17140 13168 OR BUY FOR 2011 NISSAN PATHFINDER SV 4X4

$ $ $ $ , RTH NISSA 9,775 , 23,115 , A R C E N T E,R 22,747 S, O M E R21,712 SWO N C E R T I F,I E D U S$E D C

2011 TOYOTA RAV4 AWD Black, 44K, Auto, Leather, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C Stk. #P9635WR

$ $

$

2013 NISSAN XTERRA S 4X4 THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! FLAWLESS

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

White, 16K, Auto, Alloys, Roof Storage, PW, PL, A/C, Easy Clean Cargo Stk. #P9551WR

RUGGED

$

2004 K/C IT! XE 4X4 THISNISSAN IS NOT A FRONTIER LEASE! YOU OWN

RUNS GREAT

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THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! SMOOTH

Silver, 37K, Auto, RIDE Dual Climate, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, CD, Stk. #P9631 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

2012 KIA SOUL + 2013 NISSAN JUKE SV AWD 2012 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LTD AWD Somersworth Nissan 21,160 20,876 22,862

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

2012 HYUNDAI SONATA HYBRID OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

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

ONLY 247 MILES!

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

HYBRID

White, Auto, Turbo,

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

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

LIKE NEW

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21,160 FLAWLESS

Stk. #N14398A 2011 TOYOTA RAV4 AWD

Black, 44K, Auto, 2011 TOYOTA RAV4 AWD

FLAWLESS

Stk. #P9577B S 4X4 20,876 2013 NISSAN XTERRA RUGGED

White, 16K, Auto, 2013 NISSAN XTERRA S Alloys, 4X4

RUGGED

Stk. #N14377A 2004 NISSAN FRONTIER K/C XE 4X4

Pewter,K/C 123K,XE Auto, 2004 NISSAN FRONTIER 4X4 Alloys, PL,Auto, Pewter,PW, 123K, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, AM/FM/CD A/C, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N14267A #N14267A Stk.

22,862 RUNS GREAT RUNS GREAT

Silver, 37K, Auto, 2011 NISSAN PATHFINDER SV 4X4 Dual Climate, Alloys, Silver, 37K, Auto, Dual Climate, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, CD, $ PW, PL, A/C, CD, Stk. Stk. #P9631 #P9631

23,115 9,775 21,712 23,115 9,775 21,712 Somersworth Nissan OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Somersworth Nissan Leather, Alloys, Black, 44K, Auto, Leather, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C PW, PL, A/C Stk. #P9635WR #P9635WR Stk.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK MON-THURS TIL 8PM FRI-SAT TIL 6PM MON-THURS TIL 8PM SUNDAYS TIL 5PM

FRI-SAT TIL 6PM SUNDAYS TIL 5PM

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

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

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SomersworthNissan.com

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

$

SPACIOUS

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SMOOTH RIDE

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April 11, 2014

12 The Granite State Sentinel

GSS

THE STARKEY DEAL!

For Almost 60 Years. Worth The Drive. Right Off 95!

Don’t make a $

1,000 MISTAKE

Make sure you see us last! LEFTOVER NEW 2013 FORD MSRP $45,085 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -5,586 FORD CREDIT FINANCING REBATE -1,000 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500

STARKEY

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37,999

LEFTOVER NEW 2013 FORD MSRP $52,930 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -5,500 FORD CREDIT FINANCING REBATE -1,500 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500 TRADE ASSISTANCE BONUS CASH -2,500

PRICE $ STK#N4599

LEFTOVER NEW 2013

5 ONLYFT! LE

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$

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NEW 2014 ESCAPE 4 DOOR

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$

18,999

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$

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PRICE

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MSRP $14,795 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -1,296 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500

PRICE

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$10,00 OFF 0 STK# A70954

STARTING AT

243

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$

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