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Jaden’s Ladder: Helping Domestic Violence Survivors Climb Higher By Pat Sommers Staff Writer PORTSMOUTH – A woman who has survived the fear, the pain and the desperation caused by domestic violence will soon receive the key that will open the door to a whole new way of life for her and her children. The nonprofit Jaden’s Ladder will present to this survivor of abuse the key to her own
home. The home is the fourth given away by the New Hampshire organization that directs all its efforts toward supporting women and their children and to providing them with post-shelter care and guidance that will empower them to take back their lives and become active and vital members of the community. “We are not a cookie cutter program,” said Oneta Bobbett, a
co-founder of the effort. Women referred by case managers or shelters become part of a highly individualized two-year program that addresses the personal needs of each participant and her children. “We help educate them,” she said of the survivors of violence. “Or we educate their kids. We arrange therapy. Or help arrange housing. It all depends on See JADEN page 11...
Eco-Photography in New England with Jerry Monkman RYE – Conservation photographer Jerry Monkman has spent most of his 20-year career in New England working on more than 120 conservation photo projects throughout the region. In a presentation set 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15, at Rye Library, Monkman will tell the story of some of his most memorable land protection projects, and will share some of his favorite images that describe the breadth of conservation efforts
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that have protected several hundred thousand acres of open space since 2000. Monkman will also be preview his new film project, “The Power of Place,” and will be sign copies of his latest book, the “AMC Guide to Outdoor Digital Photography,” winner of a 2012 National Outdoor Book Award. Monkman is a nature, adventure, and conservation photographer based in Portsmouth, where he runs his photo business, EcoPhotography, with his wife, Marcy. Together, the Monkmans have written and photographed nine books, including “Wild Acadia,” which was named a top photo book of 2007 by Shutterbug Magazine.
Monkman has photographed more than 100 conservation projects for conservation organizations, and his images have appeared in publications around the world, including National Geographic Adventure, National Wildlife, Audubon, and The Washington Post. He is also a regular contributor on the Outdoor Photographer magazine blog, and he has been teaching outdoor photography workshops throughout New England since 2003. A member of the board of directors of the North American Nature Photography Association, he was recently elected to serve as the organization’s president in 2013.
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Hampton Anniversary Celebrated with Trip to Whittier Homestead HAMPTON – The Hampton Parks and Recreation Department and Hampton Historical Society have teamed up to present a trip to the John Greenleaf Whittier Homestead in Haverhill, Mass., on Wednesday, May 15. The trip will be hosted as part of Hampton’s 375th celebration. Whittier, one of America’s most renowned and beloved poets, lived there from 1807-1836 where he wrote some of his most famous poems including “Snowbound.” As a Quaker, Whittier became active in the abolitionist movement, working with William Lloyd Garrison, and also helped to form the Republican
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Party. Two years after his death in 1891, the home was purchased and opened to the public. Curator and former teacher Gus Reusch will lead the tour. Reusch has been curator of the property since 2002. Members from the Tuck Museum will be discussing Whittier’s Hampton connections because he wrote many of his poems, including those about Hampton’s witch, Goody Cole, and the famous Gen. Jonathan Moulton, while staying in the area. The cost for the trip is $12. The bus leaves Town Hall at 12:15 p.m. Visit the Hampton Parks and Recreation office to reserve a spot for this unique event. For more information, call 926-3932.
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Autism Program to Feature Visit by NHSPCA Animals
DOVER – On Sunday, May 12, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will welcome some special guests at its monthly “Exploring Our Way Autism Partnership Program.” The NHSPCA will bring several small animals that children can see and pet. This is the NHSPCA’s first visit to the Children’s Museum and the first time animals have been part of an Exploring Our Way session. The Exploring Our Way program welcomes families with children on the autism spectrum to explore and enjoy the museum’s exhibits together at no charge each month. During the school year, Exploring Our Way is held on the second Sunday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon at the Children’s Museum. A different regional expert is on hand at each session to answer questions and provide resources to families. This program is sponsored by Speedway Children’s Charities. The final Exploring Our Way program for this school year will be held on Sunday, June 9, and the focus will be on trains. This is the third year the museum has created a “Train Time” event for Exploring Our
Way, and there will be special activities at the museum as well as at the Dover Rail Yard. Children will be able to meet a train conductor, see model train displays, learn more about trains, and take a trolley ride to the Rail Yard to tour a working locomotive.. Exploring Our Way takes place when the Children’s Museum is closed to the public and offers families a chance to explore the museum together, with support as needed from museum staff, trained volunteers, and special materials that include mapping tools and social stories. No reservations are necessary, and families are welcome to stay and play after the museum opens to the public at noon. For more information, contact program coordinator Paula Rais at email@example.com.
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‘Children of Portsmouth Past’ at the John Paul Jones House PORTSMOUTH – Both mothers and children – and perhaps dads as well – will enjoy a special display of clothing belonging to infants and children from an earlier time, all from the collection of the Portsmouth Historical Society. The exhibit, “Children of Portsmouth Past,” will be on view Saturday and Sunday at the John Paul Jones House. Some will be surprised at the elaborate boy’s clothing and suggestions will be given for how to tell the difference. See the uniform James Dow wore at age 10 to march in the parade led by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
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and lovely embroidered baby mitts from the Remick family. There will also be on display a dress said to have been made in Paris for Susan Thompson Dwight in the 1850s. Curator Sandra Rux will
give gallery talks at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day and visitors will be invited to view the exhibit between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the John Paul Jones House, 43 Middle St. Admission is $6 ($5 for seniors and Portsmouth residents) for adults; children free, and also includes the other exhibits in the John Paul Jones House – from “The Treaty of 1713: First Nations Diplomacy Opens the Portsmouth Door,” “What the War of 1812 Meant to Portsmouth,” and a collection of more than 30 Portsmouth samplers. Reservations are not required. For more information, call Rux at 603- 436-8420 or check the website: www.PortsmouthHistory.org.
Somersworth Chamber to Host Fall Trip to Tuscany SOMERSWORTH – The Greater Somersworth Chamber of Commerce will host a fall trip to Tuscany, Italy. The chamber is offering this travel opportunity to the general public. About 50 people have already signed up for this tour departs from Logan Airport on Oct. 21. The nine-day, sevennight tour of Tuscany includes
tours of Florence, Pisa, San Gimignano, Montecatini, and a chianti wine restival. The price, based on double occupancy, is $2,399 per person and includes airfare, hotel, all breakfasts and four dinners. Travelers can save $100 by making a deposit reservation before May 20. Along with the standard
tour, optional tours include visits to Venice, Portofino, and Siena. An extended tour can also be added for an additional two nights in Rome. For more information, contact the chamber at 603692-7175 or download the brochure from the chamber website www.somersworthchamber.com.
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~ News ~ Seacoast Science Center Offers Free Admission to Military Families RYE – The Seacoast Science Center is now offering free admission for active duty military personnel, veterans and their families. The program is made possible by funding from BAE Systems of Nashua, supporters of the center since 2009. Lu Goncalves-Getty, director of strategic philanthropy of BAE Systems, said BAE Systems “is happy to continue partnering with the Seacoast Science Center. As part of our partnership, we are honored to offer military personnel, veterans, and their families free admission into this wonderful institution. “The Seacoast Science Center does a fantastic job of educating students about the coastal environment as well as the natural sciences, and we are privileged to be able to offer such a unique experience to the men and women that sacrifice their
lives for us.” According to Center President Wendy Lull, “We are the only New Hampshire museum to offer year-round admission to both veteran and active military personnel and their families. We all owe our thanks to the people who give so much to our country – this is the least we can do to give back to them.” The Center has been participating in Blue Star Museums, the national museum collaboration, since 2010. Through the collaboration, hundreds of active-duty military family members have received free admission from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Lull noted, “We had such a positive reaction from Blue Star visitors, and year-round requests from service families and veteran families, we wanted to extend the program. With BAE’s support we can do just that. Not only
Calendar of Events Wednesday, May 15 Business Event The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Business After House from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15, at The Purple Urchin in the Hampton Beach Casino building, Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach. Call 603-9268718 for more information.
Hampton. Flowers, plants, perennials, annuals, herbs and baked goods, jams, cookies and fudge will be offered. The plants are freshly dug from Hampton Garden Club members’ home gardens and club members will be on hand to answer questions. There will also be a silent auction of Aquarion-sponsored decorated rain barrels.
Friday, May 17 State of the City “State of the City,” a breakfast forum featuring Dover’s city leaders, is slated at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, May 17, at McConnell Center, 61 Locust Ave., Dover. Cost: $15 for members, $25 for non-members. Registration is required. Contact the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce for full information: 603-742-2218.
Saturday, May 18 Spring Plant Sale The Hampton Garden Club will hold its annual plant and bake sale on Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hampton Town Hall parking lot, Winnacunnet Road,
are we able to thank service families, they have the opportunity to spend quality time together. This is particularly appreciated and helpful when families are adjusting to deployment.” Free admission is available to any bearer holding military status identification and up to five family members. A separate admission applies to Odiorne Point State Park, charged seasonally from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The Seacoast Science Center, located in historic Odiorne Point State Park, 570 Ocean Blvd., Rye, is open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information and directions, call 603-4368043 or visit www.seacoastsciencecenter.org.
Professor to Speak at Spring Luncheon GREENLAND – Lawrence Lessig, professor of ethics, Harvard University, will be the guest speaker at the Seacoast Republican Women’s spring luncheon on May 10 at Portsmouth Country Club, Greenland. A social hour will start at 11 a.m. with lunch being served at noon. The cost is $40 per person and checks may be sent to SRW, P.O. Box 495, Greenland, NH 03840. Lessig is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at the university. Prior to rejoining the Harvard faculty, Lessig was a professor at Stanford Law School.
He clerked for Judge Richard Posner on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals and Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. He serves on several boards and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Association, and has received numerous awards. Lessig holds a bachelor of arts degree in economics and a bachelor of science degree in management from the University of Pennsylvania, a master of arts degree in philosophy from Cambridge, and a law degree from Yale. For further information, call 362-4063 or e-mail gd42@ comcast.net.
Maine’s First Lady Participates in Quilt Presentation ROLLINSFORD – Maine’s First Lady Ann LePage recently participated in the presentation of Quilts of Valor to 30 veterans of World War II, Vietnam, Korea, and Desert Storm. The Quilts of Valor Foundation is a 501c (3) non-profit organization whose national effort is to cover all returning service men and women touched by war. These wartime quilts are a tangible reminder of an American’s appreciation and gratitude. Quilts are awarded at many different levels: at military hospitals, to
entire service units returning from combat deployments, or they may be awarded individually. The recent presentation was held at the American Legion Post 47, 551 Foundry St., Rollinsford. “I want to thank Lisa Lapierre of the Village Quilt Shop in Berwick, Maine, for inviting me to
participate in this event,” LePage said. “She has worked tirelessly to make this day one these vets will never forget. “I’m honored to be a part of this national grassroots service effort to recognize these men and women who have been touched by war.”
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Children’s Museum to Offer Summer Day Camps
DOVER – From sculpture and science to art and improvisation, this summer’s day camps at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will run the gamut of interests and ages. Each week of the summer, the museum will be offering at least one camp at its Dover location and registration is open now. Some of the camps are developed and presented by the staff members of the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, while others will be run by Letgo Your Mind and Mad Science of Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts. “Our expertise is grounded in the learning styles of young
children, so we have created camps for children ages 4 to 9,” explained Children’s Museum Education Director Jane Bard. “To offer dynamic experiences for kids at slightly older ages, we’ve partnered with the Mad Science and Letgo Your Mind organizations Their programs will bring robotics, science and animation equipment and experiences into the museum for older elementary and middle school kids. We’re excited to offer such a wide array of camps this summer.” Day camps at the Children’s Museum of NH will include “Messy Art!” “Stupendous Science,” “Sculpture Sensations,” “All About Art,” “Mad Machines and Crazy Contraptions,” “Secret
Hampton Community Choral to Sing of ‘Land, Sea and Spirit’ HAMPTON – The Hampton Community Chorale will offerss a spring concert featuring “Music of the Land, Sea and Spirit” at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at the First Congregational Church, 127 Winnacunnet Road, Hampton. The program of songs representing many facets of America’s musical history ranges from the Shaker traditional “Simple Gifts” to the seasonally inspired “Welcome Spring” by Andy Beck, the post-slavery hymn “Lift Every Voice and Sing” – written by a former slave – and an arrangement that pairs the folk standard “The Water is Wide” with “A Distant Shore” by Mary Donnelly. The Chorale dedicates the concert to Hampton’s 375th anniversary, which is being celebrated this year. Admission is free, but donations are welcome to enable the Chorale to continue to present quality programs for the community. The all-inclusive, non-audition chorale, now in its 11th season, is guided by musical di-
rector Lee Wilson and accompanist Marilyn Cook. New members are welcome when the fall semester begins in September. It’s open to all men and women who desire to sing, regardless of experience or training, and seeks to prove that even individuals who doubt their own musical ability can make beautiful music. The repertoire encompasses all musical genres – from popular to old standards to show tunes to classical. The Chorale rehearses weekly and performs two concerts for the community each year, in December and May. Members also lead monthly sing-a-longs for local senior citizens, exhibit their talents in an annual cabaret fundraiser and perform during Hampton’s tree lighting every December. Last fall, the group added an appearance during the Tuck Museum open house. Further information about the chorale is available by visiting its website: www.hamptoncommunitychorale.org.
Agent Lab – Spy Techniques and Equipment” and many others. For a full list of summer day camp offerings for children ages 4 to 13, call the museum at 603742-2002or visit www.childrensmuseum.org.
Strafford Wind Symphony to Present ‘Flight of Fancy’ ROCHESTER – The Strafford Wind Symphony will offer a concert, “Flight of Fancy,” at 7 p.m. on May 17 at the Historic Rochester Opera House, 31 Wakefield St. Music Director Matt Doiron has filled his final program with all his favorite musical selections, his “Flight of Fancy.” Pianist Arlene Kies will appear for her fifth performance, and will be spotlighted in Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue.” SWS will also present the premier of an original compo-
sition, “Le Tombeau de SaintSaens,” based on the poetry of Ogden Nash and composed by University of New Hampshire professor Christopher Kies. And Doiron will perform a premiere piece on solo trumpet written for him by local composer Morton Gold. The program will also include “Wedding Dance” by Press, “Lincolnshire Posy” by Grainger and “Danzon” by Marquez. Tickets $12 for adults, $7 for children 12 and under. Call 603-335-1992.
Director Says Stage Combat Can Be Tricky PORTSMOUTH – Act One’s associate director, Leslie Pasternack, recent recipient of Seacoast Spotlight Awards for Best Original Script and Best Actress for her onewoman show, “Clean Room,” is not “resting on her laurels.” She is already hard at work directing “Make Sure It’s Me,” a powerful play by Kate Wenner, journalist and former producer of ABC’s 20/20. “Make Sure It’s Me,” which opens in June at the West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington St. in Portsmouth, is a fictionalized account of five Iraq War veterans coping with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and is based on months of interviews Wenner conducted with service members, their families, and medical experts. One scene in the play requires specialized rehearsal techniques for stage combat. “Most audiences realize that whether you are staging a swordfight or a fistfight, every move has to be choreographed and thoroughly rehearsed so that no one gets hurt and the action looks believable,” explained director Pasternack. “For this scene in “Make Sure It’s Me,” I am working with two terrific actors who happen
Former U.S. Marine Cpl. Angela Molihan and retired U.S. Army Sgt. C.R. Marchi rehearse fight scene with director Leslie Pasternack. (courtesy photo)
to be military veterans. Angela Molihan, who plays Army Staff Sgt. Annie Nichols, is a former U.S. Marine, and C.R. Marchi, who plays Army Staff Sgt. Mike Ames, is a retired U.S. Army sergeant. Both have had training in hand-to-hand combat, and Angela has had additional training as a dancer and movement artist.” But as Pasternack goes on to say, “C.R. has an additional challenge here. Before he joined the Army, he studied martial arts for several years. With his combined experience, he has terrific muscle memory for ‘realworld’ combat techniques. But on stage, you use a completely
different approach – you move with your partner, instead of against them. The conflict is an illusion. “So C.R. is training a whole new set of reflexes for this scene, with Angela’s excellent partnering. The final effect should be frightening to the audience, but they should also sense that the actors themselves are safe and under control.” The cast of Act One’s world premiere production of “Make Sure It’s Me” is still in rehearsal, but tickets are now on sale now at 603-300-2986 and www.actonenh.org. See COMBAT page 14...
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~ News ~ Comedy Ensemble to Unveil Work of New Writer PORTSMOUTH – For the very first time, Darwin’s Waiting Room will produce a show from a new writer and director. Over the past five years, Eric Doucet, the ensemble’s executive producer, has written all
material, and directed each production, sharing responsibilities with guest directors in 2009. “We are extremely excited to be working with G. Matthew Gaskell on this endeavor.” said DWR co-executive producer
Comedy Troupe Plans Street Fair PORTSMOUTH – On Saturday, May 18, the “Dorks in Dungeons” cast and crew will be hold a “Mini Portsmouth Street Fair” as a fundraiser for the troupe’s touring needs. The all-day event will be hosted from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 58 State St. The event will feature gently used yard sale items, handmade crafts, bake goods, gift certificates and merchandise donated from local establishments, live music by Jamie Brad-
ley and Old Saw, a food truck, face painting and children’s games. The show “Dorks in Dungeons” is going to Gen Con, the largest gaming convention in the world. All proceeds from the street fair will benefit a kick-starter fund for the effort. The rain date is Sunday, May 19. “Dorks in Dungeons” is an improvisational comedy troupe that scripts its action from the game Dungeons and Dragons.
Kaitlyn Huwe, “His comedy writing has already been such a big hit on the Seacoast...” Darwin’s Waiting Room employs comedy centered on universal themes and, for the most part, oriented toward a family audience. Actors Kevin Baringer, Jacquelyn Benson, Michelle Blouin-Wright, Danica Carlson, Scott Chase, Kylie De Lauren, Eric Doucet and Andy Fling are featured. Shows are slated at 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, May 10 to 26, at 7 p.m. on Sunday, May 12, and Sunday, May 19, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 26, at the Players’ Ring Theater in Portsmouth. Tickets are $15 for general admission, and $12 for members, students and seniors. They can be purchased online at playersring. org or reserved by calling 603436-8123.
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peared from my Desktop a few weeks ago. I backup using Dell DataSafe but don’t think I can pluck one file from my restore files. Will System Restore help? Is there any hope for getting my Recipes - Cakes doc back? Connie Dear Connie, Your question is actually one that I hear variations of quite often. The problem is, you replaced the contents of a Word Document with the new document you were creating. Since you never really deleted the file, it does not show up in the recycle bin, and you are really stuck with no way to retrieve the previous contents of the file. Your Dell backup might help, but I can’t give you directions because I am not using Dell DataSafe. It depends on how the backup is set up, if you can go in and select a single file, and hopefully you haven’t backed up again since you replaced the contents of your file. System Restore will not help. It is made to restore your operating system files without making changes to your documents. This is to protect your
documents if you need to restore your OS to an earlier time. This is actually a situation where the online backup programs, Carbonite and Mozy would work perfectly. Both of those programs store previous versions of your files for 30 days, so you could go back to a date where you knew your file was still good and get a copy. 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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Retirement, Succession Plans: “Must Haves” for Business Owners If you own a business, you may well follow a “do it now” philosophy – which is, of course, necessary to keep things running smoothly. Still,
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ings and a wide array of investment options. Plus, some retirement plans allow you to make tax-deductible contributions. In selecting a retirement plan, you’ll need to consider several factors, including the size of your business and the number of employees. If your business has no full-time employees other See HAVES page 11...
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Indie Publishing: Is It Right for You? PORTSMOUTH – On Wednesday, May 15, at 7 p.m., local authors Kiarna Boyd, Tony Irons, Katherine Mayfield, Doug Zechel, and Darcy Scott will discuss the change sweeping today’s publishing industry at the Portsmouth Athenæum. They will detail the pros and cons of various options available to those who choose to self-publish. The forum is free and open to the public, and is sponsored by the Portsmouth Athenæum (www.portsmouthathenaeum. org). Other forum topics will include “It’s All About Image: How to Select Your Own Editors, Cover Designer, and Publisher” to ensure the best “package” for your work, and “Marketing Madness,” an overview
of what has worked (and not worked) for these five authors in the process of marketing their books. The moderator for the evening will be Darcy Scott, author of the award-winning “Matinicus, Hunter Huntress,” and the recently released “Reese’s Leap.” Scott and another author in the forum, Mayfield, have published both traditionally and independently, and will talk about the advantages and disadvantages of both options. The Portsmouth Athenæum is located at 9 Market Square in Portsmouth. Refreshments will be served, and the authors’ books will be available for purchase and signing after the event.
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Seacoast Physician Offers New Surgical Technique for Hip Replacement PORTSMOUTH – Dr. Akhil Sastry, board certified orthopaedic surgeon and member of Sports Medicine Atlantic Orthopaedics, is one of few surgeons in New England now specializing in Direct Anterior Hip Replacement surgery. This technique differs from traditional hip replacement surgery in that the procedure is performed using a minimally invasive, muscle sparing technique. Unlike traditional posterior hip replacement, this approach does not require the surgeon to cut into the muscle surrounding the hip joint in order to fit the replacement. Because no muscle is cut, patients require
less recovery time, and benefit from shorter hospital stays and more flexibility and mobility soon after the operation. Considered an expert in this technically complex procedure, Sastry is often invited to educate other physicians at facilities across the region. Sastry will present to a group of primary care doctors at Lowell General Hospital and present ground rounds at Holy Family Hospital, a member of Steward Health Care, in Methuen, Mass., in the coming weeks. Sastry is the first physician in the Seacoast to perform Direct Anterior Hip Replacement and has created a website to help patients understand the benefits and techniques of this
Portsmouth Community Road Race Series is Growing PORTSMOUTH – The Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce recently reported the Portsmouth Community Road Race Series is growing. The race series, underwritten by Portsmouth Regional Hospital, works towards Building a Healthy Community while at the same time supporting nonprofits in Portsmouth. This year’s series welcomes two new races and a race partnership. The Portsmouth High School ECO Club is a student-run organization that is currently raising money for the installation of solar panels at our school. The PHS ECO club is hosting the Run for the Sol 5K road race in collaboration with the Great Bay Community College on Saturday, May 11, in order to raise funds for solar panels at the High School. The road race will feature a 5K course at the Pease Tradeport with a start and stop point at Great Bay Community College. The start time will be 1 p.m. The second new race will be on Sunday, June 2, when the SASS 5K to Keep Kids
Safe Road Race and Kids’ Fun Run kicks off at 11 a.m. from Martin’s Point Healthcare and uses the same Pease course. SASS is dedicated to the prevention of child sexual abuse and sexual assault, while supporting victims/survivors and others impacted by sexual violence. As part of this mission, SASS offers a Safe Kids Strong Teens prevention education program which helps keep kids safe from childhood sexual abuse, sexual harassment, bullying, and teen dating violence. All proceeds from the SASS 5K to Keep Kids Safe will go towards the Safe Kids Strong Teens prevention education program that SASS provides to over 10,000 children in grades K-12 throughout the greater Seacoast area of New Hampshire. Finally, the Community Child Care Center of Portsmouth and Prescott Park Arts Festival have partnered to host a 5K race followed by a Kids’ Fun Run in Prescott Park on Saturday, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. More details on the race and the course to be announced in the coming weeks. For additional information on all races, visit www.pcrrs.org.
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‘Off the Ice’ Tells the Rest of the Story
PORTSMOUTH – On May 13 at 7:30 p.m., Kent Stephens’ Stage Force will continue its Play Reading Series with “Off the Ice” by Barbara Field, a play for those who wonder what happens to characters after the last page of a book. In Field’s funny and intelligent work, the sisters of “Little Women,” now married and in their 30s, gather once a month in the old March homestead to visit with the ghost of their departed sister Beth. It’s a comfortable routine
– at least, until the night when a cold winter wind blows an unexpected guest through their door. It’s Eliza from “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” clutching a dead infant. What follows is a playful and thought-provoking story of freedom, identity and desire. Stage Force’s presentation will feature Kortney Adams, Chelsea Hermann, Sarah Kelly, Grady O’Neil and Christine Penney, and will take place at The Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress St., Portsmouth. Tickets are $12, and the price includes a
complimentary beverage. Doors will open at 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in advance at 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, at TheMusicHall.org, or by calling 603-436-2400. Tickets are also available on a walk-up basis on the night of performances at The Music Hall Loft, 131 Congress St., Portsmouth, if not sold out in advance. For more information about the series, visit stageforce.org. The series will continue on Sept. 16 with John Kolvenbach’s “Fabuloso.”
Portsmouth Venue Plans Top Comedy Lineup PORTSMOUTH – The Portsmouth Pearl, which for nearly a year has been bringing top comedians in the region to the stage, will feature Ira Proctor, Saturday, May 11, in an 8 p.m. show. Proctor, who is a regular in Las Vegas and on cruise ships, will be joined by Steve Scarfo of Las Vegas, Comedy Central and Anthony Scibelli. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased in advance through Pay Pal via the Pearl website (www.portsmouthpearl.com) or $15 cash the night of the show. Parking is free. Seating is limited to 100 on the floor and 20 first row balcony seats for this event. Proctor is a Boston comedian who has performed from Las Vegas to Afghanistan. He recently showcased at the prestigious Montreal Comedy
Festival, was featured on the Today Show, and finished his second season of NESN’s Comedy All-Stars. He was the Boston winner of the Sierra Mist “Next Great Comic Search,” became a fixture in the Boston Comedy Festival, and has appeared in Comedy Central’s “Laugh Riots.” He has appeared on ABC’s Inside Edition, Fox News, New England Cable News, NBC Nightly News, Chronicle and XM radio. Scarfo is a 15-year veteran of the comedy scene and is a regular at the Comedy Connection, Nick’s, and major clubs across the country. Scarfo has appeared in Las Vegas, headlines from Maine to Los Angeles and has shared the stage with many of the top comedians.
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Opening the evening will be Scibelli who was a semifinalist in the Boston Comedy Festival. Scibelli has performed in top clubs and venues such as Nick’s Comedy Stop, Giggles Comedy Club, The Comedy Studio, The Gershwin Hotel in Manhattan, The Brattle Theater, the Comedy Vault, and Boston Comic Con. He has been featured on Cracked.com, UnSceneComedy.com and in The Boston Globe.
Chamber Chorus to Offer Musical Program for Children EXETER – The Seacoast chamber chorus Amare Cantare will present a program of choral music designed especially for children ages 6 to13 on Friday, May 10, at 6:30 p.m. This free 40-minute program will engage and amuse the audience with pieces from a variety of countries, traditions, and musical styles. Children ages 6 and up – and their parents – will be able to experience live choral music as a vehicle for telling stories, making jokes and expressing ideas, emotions, and humor.
‘Dorks’ to Take the Stage at Players’ Ring PORTSMOUTH – The Dungeon Master – Brian Kelly – and five bumbling players – Teddi KenickBailey, Sam Bennett, Brian Paul, Matthew Richards and Cullen DeLangie – will venture through an ongoing campaign of battles, challenges, skill checks and more, when the troupe of comedian improvisors act out another episode of “Dorks in Dungeons.” Improvisers also include Michael Ficara, Glenn Provost, Robin Fowler, and Jess Miller. “Our game is played for comedy but we take the rules very seriously,” said Kelly. “Our audiences get to participate as well. It leaves everyone laughing the whole way through... even people who don’t know anything about Dungeons and Dragons” “Dorks in Dungeons” is in-
spired by a well-known rule-intensive role-playing dice game in which players create imaginary characters in a fantasy world and set off on quests – all controlled by the Dungeon Master. The show can be seen
monthly at the Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy St., Portsmouth. The next show is set at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 16. Tickets are $12 for general admission, and $10 for students, seniors and members.
Music Hall Welcomes Comic Tom Cotter PORTSMOUTH – The Music Hall recently announced the latest addition to its “Hilarity” comedy series for Saturday, May 11, at 8 p.m. – stand-up comic Tom Cotter from Providence, R.I., best known as the first comedian to ever reach the finals of “America’s Got Talent.” Before his run on the world’s largest talent competition, Cotter won the Seattle International Comedy Com-
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petition, the grand prize at the Boston Comedy Festival and was voted Best Stand Up at The Las Vegas Comedy Festival. He has become a familiar face on television shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, The Today Show and his own series, Two-Funny, on the Women’s Entertainment Network. Cotter has performed at over 300 colleges and venues around the world, from London to Beijing to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. He has also been featured in dozens of TV commercials for McDonalds, Doritos, Pepsi and Amsel Lite. Tickets are on sale at The Music Hall box office at 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, by phone at 603-436-2400, or online at www.themusichall.org.
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Past audiences of this annual event have praised the unique educational opportunity it affords, citing Amare Cantare’s energy, choral artistry, and versatility. The concert will take place at the Exeter Congregational Church, 21 Front St. in Exeter. Admission is free, but guests are asked to bring a nonperishable food item to donate to the church’s food pantry. For more detail about the program, visit www.amarecantare.org. This program is designed for school-age children ages 6 and up. (courtesy photo)
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~ Arts & Entertainment / News ~ Pontine Theatre Invited to Perform at International Toy Theatre Festival PORTSMOUTH – Pontine Theatre has been invited to perform at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, N.Y., as part of Great Small Work’s International Toy Theatre Festival. The company will perform “A Memorable Murder,” a scene about the murders on Smuttynose drawn from Pon-
tine’s original production, “The Isles of Shoals: Eternal Sound of the Sea.” Performances will take place June 15 and 16. Toy Theater – also called Paper Theater – was the rage in parlors across Europe and the Americas in the 19th century, a popular means of staging dra-
Generic Theater to Offer Reading of British Thriller PORTSMOUTH – Generic Theater will read Laura Wade’s “Breathing Corpses” on May 15 at 7:30 p.m. as part of the free play reading series at the Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy Street, Portsmouth. “Breathing Corpses” is a thriller/drama in which the characters keep discovering dead bodies. Amy, a chambermaid, is dubbed the “angel of death” by her manager after she finds a dead person in one of the hotel bedrooms. JIm, the manager of a self-storage unit, can no longer ignore the smell emanating from unit B16. Kate is just walking her
...JADEN from page 1 their needs.” Some women, Bobbett noted, return to college to earn bachelor’s degrees. Some enroll in classes to become registered nurses. Others seek vocational training. These and other efforts toward self-improvement and shaping a better life are supported by Jaden’s Ladder. “It is all based on their goals and their dreams,” Bobbett said of the survivors, who must sign a contract that obligates them to stay away from their abuser as long as they are accepting Jaden’s Ladder assistance. Statistics show that many survivors return to their abusers several times, becoming victims again and again. Jaden’s Ladder’s goal is to break that cycle through empowerment and support. Participants in the Jaden’s Ladder program must attend therapy sessions, support group meetings and other activities that are designed to bolster their self-confidence, make them stronger and help them make better choices in life. “They are working, they are going to school,” Bobbett said of the domestic violence survivors. “They are feeding their own children. “We are not government funded,” said Bobbett, who is herself a survivor of an abusive relationship. “We are totally volunteer based.” An impressive 82 percent of
boyfriend’s dog when he leads her to a dead body. How are the bodies and characters connected? The play travels backwards and forwards in time to explore how each discovery changes the people involved. “Breathing Corpses” premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 2005 and had its U.S. premiere in 2007. Wade is a British playwright and recipient of numerous theater awards. The play reading will be directed by Helen Brock and will include actors Roland Goodbody, Susan Turner, Betsy Kimball, Brett Reis, and Molly Sullivan.
every dollar donated to Jaden’s Ladder goes toward improving the lives of women and children, she noted. Most of those dollars, Bobbett said, including the money used to purchase homes for women and children in need of them, come from fundraising events held by Jaden’s Ladder volunteers. Money is also donated by supporters. “It is that support of the Seacoast area that enables us to do this work,” said Bobbett, who serves as the organization’s program director. Founded in October 2004, the organization takes its name from the word Jaden, which means “God has heard.” The name, founders feel, highlights the program’s commitment to helping those in need during times of trouble. The word ladder symbolizes the climb to new heights, the reaching of higher goals by women who break free of the cycle of domestic violence. “We have such amazing, strong and courageous women in our program who work hard every day to overcome their abusive past and be able to stand on their own two feet,” she added. “I wish I could give a home to all of them because they are all deserving. “It means so much to me that the community came together to be able to provide this home to a wonderful mother.” Jaden’s Ladder board members, survivors and their families will celebrate the effort at a
matic spectacles at home. But just as revolutions in print technology had brought Toy Theater into 19th century homes, 20th century advances in electronic media and mass culture led to the extinction of this popular family entertainment. More information is available at www.pontine.org.
The Porch Party Mamas will perform on May 16 at Discover Portsmouth. (courtesy photo)
Discover Thursdays Performance Garrison Players Series Featuring Porch Party Mamas to Present singing each other’s songs at PORTSMOUTH – ‘The Nerd’ The Discover Thursday their own “porch parties,” the ROLLINSFORD – Get out your pocket-protector and calculator. Closing out the 60th production season, Garrison Players will present Larry Shue’s “The Nerd,” directed by Michael Turner. Now an aspiring young architect in Indiana, Willum Cubbert has often told his friends about the debt he owes to Rick Steadman, a fellow ex-GI whom he has never met but who saved his life in Vietnam. He has written to Rick to say that, as long as See NERD page 13...
...HAVES from page 6 than yourself and your spouse, you may consider a Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) plan or an owner-only 401(k), sometimes known as an individual or solo 401(k). Or, if your goal is to contribute as much as possible, you may want to consider an owner-only defined benefit plan. If you have employees, you might want to investigate a Simple IRA or even a 401(k) plan. Your financial advisor, working with plan design professionals and your tax advisor, can help you analyze the options and choose the plan that fits with your combined personal and business goals. Now, let’s turn to business succession plans. Ultimately, your choice of a succession plan strategy will depend on many factors, such as the value of your business, your need for the proceeds from the sale of the business for your retirement, your successor, and how well your business can continue without you. If your goal is to keep the Mother’s Day dinner on Tuesday, May 14, when the keys to the future are placed in the hand of a woman reaching for a better life for herself and her children. To learn more about Jaden’s Ladder or to support its efforts in helping survivors of domestic violence, visit www.jadensladder. org or call 603-430-1118.
Series continues with a performance by the Porch Party Mamas on Thursday, May 16, 7 p.m. at Discover Portsmouth, 10 Middle St., Portsmouth. Tickets are $12 and $10 for Portsmouth Historical Society members and are available at the door. For more information, call 603-436-8433 or visit www. PortsmouthHistory.org. The Discover Thursdays Performance series is made possible by Kennebunk Savings and Seacoast Media Group. Inspired by playing and
Porch Party Mamas are established Boston-area musicians and singer/songwriters who decided to combine their individual talents and create their own brand of rrban folk, country and blues. They took their act on the road, and the Porch Party Mamas were born. All are seasoned players, each with their own individual musical styles and critical accolades. Among them, they have shared the stage with a distinguished number of artists including Willie Nelson, the Indigo Girls, and Lyle Lovett.
business within the family, you’ll need to consider how much control you wish to retain (and for how long), whether you wish to gift or sell, how you balance your estate among your heirs, and who can reasonably succeed you in running the business. Many succession planning techniques are available, including an outright sale to a third party, a sale to your employees or management (at once or over time), or the transfer of your business within your family through sales or gifts during your life, at your death or any combination thereof. Many succession plans include a buy-sell agreement. Upon your death, such an agreement could allow a business partner or a key employee to buy the business from your surviving spouse or whoever inherits your business interests. To provide the funds needed for the partner or employee (or even one of your children) to purchase the busi-
ness, an insurance policy could be purchased. Your estate plan – including your will and any living trust – should address what happens with the business, in case you still own part or all of it at your death. The best-laid succession plans may go awry if the unexpected occurs. All these business succession options can be complex, so before choosing any of them, you will need to consult with your legal and financial advisors. Whether it’s selecting a retirement plan or a succession strategy, you’ll want to take your time and make the choices that are appropriate for your individual situation. You work extremely hard to run your business – so do whatever it takes to help maximize your benefits from it. Article provided by Joseph Mittica, Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Joseph.Mittica@ edwardjones.com.
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Dover Chamber Entrepreneur Round Table Welcomes Photographer
DOVER – The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly Entrepreneur Round Table event on Tuesday, May 14 from 8 to 9:30 a.m. at the Dover Chamber, 550 Central Ave. Brylye Collins of Brylye Collins Photography will discuss what constitutes an effective professional profile picture. Entrepreneurs Roundtable The Entrepreneurs Roundtable is a monthly gathering of entrepreneurs from all experiences. The purpose is to equip, encourage and challenge business owners. Call the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce at 603742-2218 to make a reservation. You can register for this event at www.dovernh.org/business calendar. The charge for attending this event is free for chamber members and $10 for non-chamber members.
Strafford County Family Justice Center Welcomed by Chamber ROCHESTER – The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce welcomed Strafford County Family Justice Center to its membership. Strafford County Family Justice Center is newly located at 150 Wakefield St. in Rochester. Strafford County Family Justice Center is a nonprofit agency designed to provide services and support to victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault while holding offenders accountable. Through outreach and consultations, the agency seeks to educate the community on domestic abuse and sexual assault issues and their impact. Programs and services are designed to support survivors and help break the cycle of abuse. Executive Director Ann Sanok also has on-site partners including A Safe Place; New Hampshire Legal Assistance; Rochester, Somersworth and New Durham Police Departments; New Hampshire State Police; Sexual Assault Support Services, and Rochester Child Care Center. The agency can be contacted by calling 603-509-1916 or visit the office Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with no appointment necessary. For additional information, visit www.scfjc.com.
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Dover Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Carron Law Firm
Left to right: Scott Wellington, Foy & Mariotti Insurance, Chamber Ambassador, Michelle Alexander, Dover Main Street, Connie Roy, Reverie Design, Chamber Ambassador, Emily Karelitz, Imagine You, Donna Coraluzzo, Dover Children’s Home, Chamber Board of Directors, Pamela Brunet, Genesis Health Care (formerly Langdon Place of Dover), Chamber Ambassador, Beverly A. Hodsdon, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, Laurie Widmark, LegalShield, Chamber Ambassador, and Jim Horne, Beacon Business Advantage, Chamber Ambassador and Chamber Board Member. (courtesy photo)
‘Imagine You’ Image Consultation Joins Chamber of Commerce DOVER – The Dover Chamber recently welcomed Emily Karelitz of Imagine You with a traditional ribbon cutting. Imagine You is a personal styling and image consultation service. Karelitz is a certified image consultant with The Fashion Image Institute in San Francisco, Calif., and holds a bachelor of arts degree from Wheaton College in Massachusetts. Her background in the theatrical and entertainment business has pro-
vided her with an understanding of and appreciation for, the importance of utilizing personal style to help make a strong first impression. Imagine You provides clients with a variety of services designed to meet specific style and wardrobing needs. For additional information, contact Imagine You Image Consultation at 603-312-8714 or by e-mail at info.imagineyou@ gmail.com. The firm is located at 400 Central Ave., Dover.
Left to right: Nedra Sahr, North Star Circle, Chamber Ambassador, Beverly A. Hodsdon, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, Scott Wellington, Foy & Mariotti Insurance, Chamber Ambassador, Bob Loch, Infinite Imaging, Chamber Ambassador, Connie Roy, Reverie Design, Chamber Ambassador, Donna Coraluzzo, Dover Children’s Home, Chamber Ambassador, Chamber Board Member, David Carron, Law Office of David Carron, Marianne Carlson, Curtis 1000, Chamber Ambassador and Laurie Widmark, LegalShield, Chamber Ambassador (courtesy photo)
DOVER – The Dover Chamber of Commerce welcomed the law office of David Carron into its membership with a traditional ribbon cutting. David Caron graduated from New England School of Law in Boston in 2001. In 2004, he was the lead attorney in hundreds of juvenile court cases in Connecticut with his father’s firm, Carron and Fink, LLC. During that period, he tried dozens of proceedings in neglect
Dover Chamber Welcomes New Member DOVER – The Dover Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Lolly with a traditional ribbon cutting. Lolly is a locally owned and independent business run by Laurie and Steve Raybould.
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and termination of parental rights cases. Carron has experience with children, both interviewing and advising approximately 100 children in both roles as guardian and attorney. He has counseled private clients in the resolution of family, criminal and civil cases and has drafted dozens of motions for short calendar practice. Carron was admitted to Massachusetts State Bar in January 2002, Connecticut in 2005, and New Hampshire in 2011. David Carron founded his new practice in 2012, centered in New Hampshire. He earned a Child Welfare Law Specialist designation by the National Association of Counsel for Children in 2011. For additional information, contact the law office of David Carron at 198 Goding Road, Lebanon, by phone at 603-833-9521 or online at www. lawofficeofdavidcarron.com.
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Left to right: Bob Carrier, Robert C. Carrier, Contractor and Deputy Mayor of Dover, Anthony McManus, Anthony McManus, P.A., Steve and Laurie Raybould, owners of Lolly, and Beverly A. Hodsdon, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce. (courtesy photo)
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Rochester Chamber Welcomes Little Caesar’s Pizza ROCHESTER – The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce welcomed Little Caesar’s Pizza to the chamber’s membership. Owners Jason and Christina Desormeau have been in business for three years and will open a new Rochester location in June at 306 N. Main St.
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Rochester Chamber Welcomes Subway to Membership ROCHESTER – The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Subway to the chamber’s membership. The restaurant has duel locations at 158 N. Main St. in Rochester and inside the Lilac Mall located at 14 Lilac Mall Road in Rochester. Partner Jason McCluskey has owned the two local locations for two years and has 10
employees. For additional information, e-mail rapidrivergroup@ gmail.com or call 860-777-7868. Information on Subway’s catering services can also be obtained by visiting www.subway.com. Visit the chamber’s online community calendar organizations are hosting. Access the calendar by visiting at www.rochesternh.org.
Rochester Chamber Launches Facebook Contest ROCHESTER – The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce recently started monthly Facebook contests for members. When a chamber member or chamber member representative “likes” the chamber’s Facebook page that business will be entered into a drawing
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Youth Theater Program Returning to Prescott Park Arts Festival PORTSMOUTH – Prescott Park Arts Festival has announced plans to revive its youth theater academy program as part of its 2013 summer offerings. As a special partnership with Camp CenterStage, this opportunity for young, aspiring actors will offer a three-week, full-day camp, from July 15 to Aug. 4, culminating in two performances of “Seussical Jr.” on the FairPoint Communications MainStage. The youth theater program, Camp ENCORE! will offer sessions in music, singing, dancing, acting, visual arts and technical theater while rehearsing the fully produced show, “Seussical Jr.” The three-week session will also include guest artist teachers, specialized focused workshops and community outreach experiences. “Each camper will have to opportunity to grow, learn, explore, have fun and perform on the festival’s stage,” said Camp Director Lisa Forsley. The collaboration with Camp CenterStage brings with it a well-developed camp program, and a full staff of professional teachers and artists to lead the summer session. “We had to place this camp on hiatus five years while we reorganized in order to put the festival on the wonderful path it has enjoyed over these last few years,” explained Prescott Park Arts Festival Executive Director
Ben Anderson. “Still, we were inundated with requests to revive the program each year, so we’re proud to finally have that opportunity. It is an experience that kids will treasure for their entire lives.” Offered during most of the festival’s 38-year history, the youth academy once reached between 70 and 85 children and was held over the full eight weeks of summer. “Getting the next generation of creative types involved and developing their talents at a young age is something that the festival is very proud to offer again to the community,” explained Anderson of his decision to go forward with the camp. The camp is open to aspiring youth performers, artists, and technicians ages 8 to 17. Campers will receive a total of 120 hours of learning, rehearsing and creative fun. All classes and rehearsals will be held at Prescott Park Arts Festival, providing a beautiful outdoor setting with full artistic and technical support for the final show. The camp will be Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with an early drop-off program available. More information about Camp ENCORE! can be found on the festival website, www.prescottpark.org/camp. cfm or by contacting the festival office at 603-436-2848.
...NERD from page 11
Wentworth Home Honors Retiree
DOVER – The Wentworth Home, a nonprofit assisted living facility in Dover, recently recognized 48 years of service from retiree Shirley Conway. After more than four decades, Conway is retiring from her duties in the housekeeping and dietary departments.
A celebration of Conway’s service was held at the home and was attended by 40 residents, staff, volunteers and family members. For information regarding Wentworth Home, please call 603-742-7406 or visit www. wentworthhome.com. (courtesy photo)
he is alive, “you will have somebody on Earth who will do anything for you.” So Willum is delighted when Rick shows up unexpectedly at his apartment on the night of his birthday party. But his delight soon fades as it becomes apparent that Rick is a hopeless “nerd” - a bumbling oaf with no social sense, little intelligence and less tact. Rick stays on and on, his continued presence among Willum and his friends leading to one uproarious incident after another, until the normally placid Willum finds himself contemplating violence - a dire development which, happily, is staved off by the surprising ending of the play. For more information or to purchase tickets for Garrison Players’ production of “The
Nerd” call 603-750-4278 or visit www.garrisonplayers.org. Performance dates are: May 10 to 12, 17 to 19, and 24 to 25. All performances will be held at the Garrison Players Arts Center on Route 4 in Rollinsford. Shows are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Garrison Players Arts Center (GPAC) is a nonprofit, volunteer-based community theater group dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the area by presenting high-quality theatrical performances geared for family audiences. Established in 1953, the players encourage people of all ages to enjoy and participate in the many facets of the performing arts, and to help maintain the Garrison Players Arts Center. For more information about auditions, shows or GPAC, visit www.garrisonplayers.org.
Ray Ambrogi, chairman of the Mark Wentworth Home board and Trustee of the Year (courtesy photo)
Wentworth Board Chairman Named LeadingAge Trustee of the Year
PORTSMOUTH – In recognition of his outstanding dedication and commitment to the Mark Wentworth Home in Portsmouth, Chairman of the Board Ray Ambrogi was recently recognized with the LeadingAge of Maine and New Hampshire Trustee of the Year award. “Our community is most fortunate to have a leader who has integrity, and who cares deeply for the home’s residents and staff. Ray works collaboratively with the members of the board which has helped to solidify the home’s place of prominence in the senior care community in the Seacoast,” said the home’s president and chief executive officer, Bill Henson, of Ambrogi. Many years after his own mother resided at the Mark Wentworth Home, Ambrogi was appointed to the board of trustees, on which he has served as treasurer and member of the admissions and finance committees. As chairman, Ambrogi has been at the helm as the Mark Wentworth Home has taken on an adult day program and a transportation program that serves all senior residents of Portsmouth. “Beyond his leadership role as chairman, Ray continues to make other contributions. He is known to drop in on Saturdays to play poker with residents and has been involved most recently with a community program that has brought kids and seniors together,” explained Executive Director Debbie Rodier, who submitted the nomination to LeadingAge. LeadingAge is a national association of 5,600 not-for-profit, long-term care providers of services to the elderly, of which the Mark Wentworth Home is an active member. The local chapter, LeadingAge of Maine and New Hampshire, follows and acts upon a wide range of longterm care issues including financing, legislation, regulation and policy development in Maine and New Hampshire. Ambrogi is the second Mark Wentworth Home trustees to be honored with the award at the chapter’s regional conference in the last three years.
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Announcing the First Annual Pack and Boots 5k Road Race Veterans Count to Host 5K Road Race PORTSMOUTH – The Seacoast Chapter of Veterans Count is kicking off its first annual fundraising event with the Pack and Boots 5K Road Race on Saturday, May 18, starting at 9 a.m. Sponsored by Service Credit Union, the race will begin and end at Service Credit Union’s new headquarter building located at 3003 Lafayette Road in Portsmouth.
This unique race gives runners two course options. Runners can run the traditional 5K course, or take the challenge and run a 2.2K course in boots while wearing a weighted pack. Proceeds will go to Veterans Count, a program of Easter Seals New Hampshire, which provides emergency funding and support to New Hampshire military service members and their families. To register and to learn more about prizes and giveaways go to vetscount.org.
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St. Thomas Senior Signs Letter of Intent DOVER – St. Thomas Aquinas High School senior Cecilia “CC” Chrisom of Dover, recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play Division II Volleyball at St. Anselm College. Chrisom plans to study business at St. Anselm. Highlights from Chrisom’s volleyball career at St. Thomas Aquinas include being named NHIAA Division II Player of the Year, being awarded First Team All-State honors both her junior and senior years, and achieving three New Hampshire volleyball Coaches’ Association milestones for having over 500 digs, 500 kills, and 150 aces.
Members of the Chrisom family celebrate Cecilia’s signing. Pictured are her mother Karen, sister Maria, Cecilia, sister Brenna, and her dad Brendan. (courtesy photo)
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Did You Know? The Little League World Series began in 1947 as a national tournament for all known Little League programs across the United States. Initially known as the National Little League Tournament, the inaugural tournament featured just 11 teams, all of which were from Pennsylvania or New Jersey. However, more than 2,500 spectators were on hand in Williamsport, Pennsylvania to witness Maynard Little League defeat the Lock Haven All Stars in the title game by a score of 16-7. That result was printed in newspapers around the country, and the resulting publicity helped spread Little League nationwide. Within a few years of the inaugural tournament, every state had its own Little League program.
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