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NH Fire Tower History The Focus of Preservation Month STATEWIDE The N.H. Division of Historical Resources is heading outside for this year’s “May is Preservation Month” celebration, highlighting the state’s tradition of forest fire protection and encouraging visits to New Hampshire’s historic fire towers. Throughout May, follow the NHDHR’s Twitter account, @nhdhr_shpo, to learn about New Hampshire’s fire tower history and to see some of the towers to visit. The Division is also encouraging everyone who visits a historic fire tower to share their images on social media and to include the hashtag #MyNewHampshire. Fire tower fans can also

post pictures of themselves at the towers on “My New Hampshire,” the NHDHR’s photosharing website that showcases historic places across the state. “My New Hampshire” is smartphone-friendly and can be accessed from the NHDHR’s website, nh.gov/nhdhr. New Hampshire’s first fire tower was built in Croydon around 1907. Early fire towers could be as simple as a platform built in a tree, but as the need for more stable structures increased, engineered wooden towers were built. They were replaced by the steel towers still standing across the state today. These towers are topped by cabs that offer 360 degree views.

One of many Fire Towers in New Hampshire, this one in Derry.

Many existing New Hampshire fire towers were built in the 1920s and 1930s, when forest fires were frequently started by train embers or smoking materials. Watchmen often lived in cabins near

the base of a tower and would telephone for help if they saw smoke nearby. There are 15 state-owned fire towers in New Hampshire, from as far north as Magalloway Mountain in Pittsburg through the Great North Woods and south into the Monadnock, Lake and Merrimack Valley regions. Some are accessible by auto while others present challenging hikes through rough terrain. Anyone visiting five or more towers is eligible to receive a Tower Quest patch through the N.H. Division of Forests and Lands, which, like the NHDHR, is part of the N.H. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. A map is available on Forests &

Lands’ website nhdfl.org, under “Exploring Our Forests, Fire Towers.” National Preservation Month was established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation in 1973. New Hampshire’s Division of Historical Resources, the State Historic Preservation Office, was established in 1974 and is part of the N.H. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. NHDHR’s mission is to preserve and celebrate New Hampshire’s irreplaceable historic resources through programs and services that provide education, stewardship, and protection. For more information, visit us online at nh.gov/nhdhr or by calling 603271-3483.

Community Seafood Casts Wider Net STATEWIDE New Hampshire Community Seafood kicks off the sixth season of its Community Supported Fishery and Restaurant Supported Fishery by offering a variety of diverse regional seafood to both consumer and restaurant customers. The CSF, a cooperative owned by fisher-

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men and consumers, offers residents a share of NH’s seafood catch at weekly pickup locations throughout the state and in southern Maine and northern Massachusetts. A CSF is like a CSA farm share but for seafood. By joining the CSF, community members provide direct support to fishermen in the form of higher income for their catch. Every pound of seafood purchased includes a .50/lb incentive to the harvester. NH Community Seafood’s program shortens the supply chain, and lets customers know who caught their seafood. “Ninety percent of NH’s seafood is immediately exported out of the state, but

customer support and efforts greatly impact the local fishing industry economy,” says Andrea Tomlinson, manager

of NH Community Seafood. New this year, the CSF will offer local haddock weekly to members as an “Additional

Fish” option, in addition to the weekly “Catch of the Week” fish, typically an underutilized species. “Add-on” items for CSF Members this year will include mussels farmed by NH Fishermen, oysters raised in Great Bay, clams from Downeast, and regionally harvested scallops. The RSF program will also be offering a diversified selection of local seafood to restaurants and retail stores this year. In addition to the supplydriven “Catch of the Week” fish selection, chefs and retailers will have the opportunity to order Haddock weekly, local See SEAFOOD page 4...

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Now Open DOVER Dover Parking Commission Chairman Charles D. Reynolds is pleased to announce the opening of parking spaces dedicated for electric vehicle charging in the Orchard Street Parking Garage. Through a grant from Telsa, Inc., the City received

four wall-mount units at no cost, as well as $4,000 towards installation. The Electric Vehicle Charging (EVC) wall units are on the second floor in the northeast corner of the garage, just above the interior entrance to the Police Station. Two wall units are dedicated Tesla units and two are universal stations

available to any non-Tesla plugin electric vehicle. The four units will be shared among three parking spaces to allow for several combinations for universal and Tesla vehicles. “The electric vehicle market is growing and it was important for the city to promote alternative energy driving

options for our downtown employees and visitors,” Reynolds said. The spaces are paid for by drivers through the regular Pay by Space meter system used throughout the parking garage. There is a four-hour limit on See STATIONS page 5...

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STATEWIDE Freedom New Hampshire congratulates Campaign Manager Linds Jakows, who will receive the prestigious “Citizen of the Year” award from the New Hampshire Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). NASW seeks to advance professional knowledge in the field of social work, develop and enforce ethical standards, and promote

~ News ~ Jakows Named “Citizen of the Year” social and legislative policies that improve conditions of life for all members of society. Jakows serves as Campaign Manager for Freedom New Hampshire, the nonpartisan coalition working to pass HB 1319 and provide nondiscrimination protections for transgender Granite Staters. Freedom New Hampshire is made up of businesses large and small, law enforcement of-

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ficers, anti-violence advocates, faith leaders, and transgender residents and their families. Jakows commented “Freedom New Hampshire set out to do something very simple — to make sure that all Granite Staters, including transgender people, are able to live their lives free from the fear of discrimination. I am so proud of how far we’ve come as a coalition and as a community, especially in today’s political landscape. “Most people know from a very young age that they are either male or female. But that is not true for everyone. I’m someone who does not fit into either gender. I’m lucky to have a job that will not fire me for identifying as a nonbinary transgender

Linds Jakows (left) with Freedom New Hampshire associates.

person, but that is not the case for many transgender people. I am grateful that New Hampshire lawmakers recently took a huge step forward to remedy this problem and passed HB 1319 with strong bipartisan support. HB 1319 is common-sense legislation that will ensure that all Granite Staters, including

transgender people, are free from the fear of discrimination in their everyday lives. “I am deeply humbled to receive the Citizen of the Year award and I am eager to continue doing all I can to move our state forward and truly make New Hampshire the Live Free or Die state.”

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Lucie Therrien in Concert PORTSMOUTH Sunday May 20 at 2 p.m., Pontine presents Lucie Therrien in Concert at the Plains School. Seating is limited, and reservations are a must. Suggested donation is $10. Contact Pontine to reserve seats: info@ pontine.org/603-436-6660. The Plains School is located at 1 Plains Avenue in Portsmouth NH. The space is fully accessible with adjacent parking. Lucie Therrien is a songwriter, author, poet, historian, recording artist, visual artist, linguist, film maker and certified teacher. She received a MA in Music History and a BA in Piano from the University of New Hampshire after her fine art studies in Montreal at l’Ecole des Beaux Arts. Therrien has performed on five continents. Among numerous awards she has received, the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts has honored her with four Traditional Master/ Apprentice awards, as well as awards in songwriting, film,

PORTSMOUTH Bitter Pill returns to the Players’ Ring stage with Titus Andronicus Musicus, William Shakespeare’s violent, bloody, grotesquely ridiculous, abomination of a play. Traditional and original music and lyrics are by Billy Butler. After a decade of war with the Goths, Titus Andronicus returns to a leaderless Rome with his prisoners, the Queen of the Goths and her sons. To appease the ghosts of war, he executes her eldest son and she vows revenge. Titus then refuses to accept the title of

video, composing and arranging. Pontine Theatre, now celebrating its 40th Season, is a resident company at Strawbery Banke Museum. The company, in collaboration with the City of Portsmouth, recently renovated the Plains School as the community’s newest cultural center.

Wonder Tales Story Theatre for the Whole Family PORTSMOUTH New Hampshire Theatre Project’s Youth Repertory Company will present Wonder Tales, a collection of stories, legends and tales of wonder from around the world, adapted by Genevieve Aichele. Perfect for the whole family to enjoy together, Wonder Tales features two stories about resourceful young women who outwit the powers that be the magical story of Tam Lin from Scotland and the hilarious Eastern European tale of Clever Manka. Audiences will be carried far into the future with the mysterious story of A Pail of Air and far into the past exploring the secrets of magnetism in Laws of Attraction. Genevieve Aichele’s story theatre adaptation of folktales, legends and science mysteries have been performed by thousands of children in schools throughout New England.

Each actor in the Youth Repertory Company will play multiple characters, using a variety of theatrical styles on this magical journey. The technique of story theatre emphasizes ensemble performance, a hallmark of New Hampshire Theatre Project’s mission of collaboration and community-building. Wonder Tales features Laura Bloser and Cleo Podrasky from Portsmouth, Adam and Sarah Hoskin from Rye, Kalani Lohndorf and Delaney Roache from Stratham, and Mischa Landgarten from Kittery. Recommended for ages 4 and up. Directed by Meghann Beauchamp; May 25-27, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets: $10 General Admission or $30 for a Family of 4. Reservations & information: 603-431-6644 ext. 5 / reservations@nhtheatreproject. org.

~ Calendar of Events ~ Saturday, May 19 Seacoast Community Chorus Performs on May 19 and May 20 at First Parish Church, Central Ave, Dover. Tickets available from chorus members or $15 at the door. FMI: 207-337-1820.

Sunday, May 20 Multilingual Concert and Art Exhibit PONTINE THEATER Held at Plains School, 1 Plains ave. Portsmouth, 2 p.m. Doors

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open at 1:30. Suggested donation $10). Reservations a must (limited seating). FMI: info@pontine.org; 603 436 6660.

Tuesday, May 22 Christian Science Lecture Lecture explores “Christian Science: What it is and how it heals.� Presented by Michelle Nanouche, healing and international speaker, at 7 p.m. in the Levenson Room of the Portsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrott Ave, Portsmouth. Free admission. FMI: 603-770-1864.

emperor and a terrible cycle of vengeance begins. Rome slips into depravity and decay, the mighty fall, and everyone dies. Titus Andronicus covers the gamut of love, family, politics, and society in the most cruel, crude, and tragic Shakespearean way. Billy Butler’s Bitter Pill is a band of vaudevillians comprised of musicians, singers, circusers, artists, actors and awkwards. The primary focus is original live performance, but they also present classic and contemporary works reimagined with their own twist-

ed point of view. Show times are May 25June 17, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $18 with discounts for students, seniors, and Players’ Ring members. For reservation visit playersring.org or call 603-436-8123 Since 1992, The Players’ Ring has promoted local artists through the production of original works, while providing an affordable space to local production companies. “The Ring� provides an environment where artists can thrive, grow, take risks and make daring choices.

Souvenir China Exhibit Opens HAMPTON – Long-time resident Steve Brigandi is a collector of all things Hampton, from old police and fire badges, to old postcards and photographs, to turn-of-the-century souvenir china. Part of Brigandi’s 100piece Hampton souvenir china collection will be on display at the Tuck Museum starting May 22, along with pieces from the museum’s collection, in celebration of Hampton’s 380th birthday this year. “Souvenir china is a window into Hampton’s past at the turn of the 20th century, showing what people kept close to their hearts – their churches, schools, local business and, of course, Hampton Beach,� said Betty Moore, executive director of the Tuck Museum. “We are honored to have Steve join us for this special exhibit with pieces from his collection that are unique and beautiful.� “Souvenir china helps tell the story of Hampton,� said Brigandi. “For example, many of the hotels and businesses are no longer here or have significantly changed, so it’s nice to be able to look back and see how Hampton once was.� The turn of the century was an exciting time in America. There were advances in transportation and photography, which were underpinnings for the new souvenir china industry. Also called view china, it displayed pictures of what people wanted to remember. Souvenir china was inexpensive, and utilitarian. Collecting plates, bowls, cups and saucers,

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creamers and pitchers, salt and pepper shakers, vases, ashtrays and other items was the rage. Brigandi’s collection also includes hair receivers. But it is the plates in particular that Brigandi considers pieces of art. “I hope the exhibit will show people how beautiful souvenir china is,� he said. “Today there are no souvenirs like the ones that were made by European craftsmen who had such

pride in their products. You can certainly see that when you look at the china.� Brigandi started visiting Hampton in the summer when he was a boy, staying with his grandparents who had a cottage here. He moved to Hampton in 1976, and has been collecting souvenir china for 35 years. Asked if he has a favorite piece of Hampton souvenir china Brigandi said, “I love them all!� Join Brigandi and members of the Hampton Historical Society for the Hampton Souvenir China exhibit opening Tuesday, May 22, at 6:30 p.m. The Tuck Museum is at 40 Park Avenue in Hampton. All are welcome and light refreshments will be served. The Tuck Museum is open to the public Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays from 1-4 p.m.

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~ News ~ Rescue Run 5k Race Results

RYE – Seven hundred and seventy three runners and walkers hit the trails of Odiorne Point State Park for the Seacoast Science Center’s Rescue Run: Race for Marine Mammals last week. The scenic route brought them through the forest, by the rocky shore, on the sandy beach, and up and down the hills over military fortifications. The SSC holds its annual event to raise awareness and funds for its Marine Mammal Rescue program. Overall race winner Christopher Dunn, 23, of Kennebunk, ME, crossed the finish line with a time of 16:54. Sarah McLaughlin, 43, of Portsmouth, was female overall winner with a time of 21:13. Second male and female finishers were Thomas Jarvela, 33, of Stratham, at 17:24 and Amanda Szymanski, 23, of Londonderry, at 21:12. The Kids Fun Run included a 300-yard dash and a

half-mile run. All children who participated won a prize. The Center combined their Earth Day celebration with the event, with the crowd enjoying music, face painting, and ecofriendly activities. The Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation led a beach cleanup after the race, teaching participants about the dangers marine debris pose on sea life and humans. Seventy-five participants collected more than 144 pounds of debris on the shore. Special thanks sponsors 93.5 The Bull and Z107, Atlantic Grill, Atlantic Gymnastics Training Center, Clif Bar & Company, Derry Medical Center, Evolve Senior Living, Kennebunk Savings Bank, New Hampshire State Parks, NextEra Energy, PromoCentric, and ReVision Energy. Prizes were awarded for the top two male and female winners in each age category, with prize baskets awarded to raffle winners.

Male age group top winners were Liam Johnson, 23:05 (12 and under); Lars Hogne, 17:57 (13-19); Vincent Lyon, 18:19 (20-29); Thomas Jarvela, 17:28 (30-39); Todd Sanders, 22:17 (40-49), Johan Hogne, 21:00 (50-59); and Frank Alix, 22:22; (60+). Female age group top winners were Teresa Lavoie, 28:43 (12 and under); Maddy Anctil, 21:19 (13-19), Amanda Szymanski, 21:16 (20-29); Kate Paine, 22:24 (30-39); Tina Saltmarsh, 25:08 (40-49); Ella Richardson, 24:32 (50-59); Geri Clifford, 24:42 (60+). Complete race results can be found at www.millenniumrunning.com/resultsrescue-run-race-marine-mammals-2018. Learn about the Center’s Marine Mammal Rescue program and find complete race results at www.seacoastsciencecenter.org. and www.facebook. com/nhmarinemammalrescue. The hotline is 1-800-532-9551.

Overall race winner Chris Dunn accepts his first-place award.

...SEAFOOD from page 1 lobsters and Jonah crabs. Local seafood sales help the fisheries industry remain economically viable while providing diners and retail customers with a variety of local seafood. The RSF program is working with Three River Farmer’s Alliance for the third year, to reach more than 175 local chefs and retailers. A weekly newsletter highlights the fish, the fisherman who caught them, recipe ideas

and industry news. All fish and seafood are from NH and regional fishermen and seafood harvesters. “The website makes it very easy for CSF members to purchase extra add-ons or to ‘hold’ their fish for a week and double up another week if someone goes on vacation,” Tomlinson says. Sign-ups for the season are now open. To learn more visit: www.nhcommunityseafood.com.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, Thank you for all your help over the years. I have Windows 10. How do I increase the internal storage on my PC for iPhone photos? I have 29.8 GB free space. I have used 28.5 GB space, which leaves me with 1.22 GB space remaining. Thank you for your help. Robert Dear Robert, I am going to guess that the limit on photo storage is coming from your phone and not your PC. Your PC can hold as many photos as it has room for on the hard drive, so unless your hard drive is almost full, you should not have a limit. A quick way to check is to open “File Explorer” on your PC, click on “This PC” in the navigation pane on the left, then right click on your “C:” drive on the right and select “Properties” from the context menu that appears. If you have plenty of room on your PC, it is not the cause of your limited storage. Next, check your phone: Tap on “Settings”, then “General”

and “About”. Scroll down until you see “Available” and look at the number on the right. This is how much space is available on your phone. Unfortunately, if your phone is running low on space, the only options I know of are to delete things from your phone, or upgrade to a phone with more storage space. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I love reading your newsletter as I am not a computer literate person and it helps me a lot. My question is when I want to log into my email I keep getting this Yahoo, New Privacy and Terms letter. I always click on I’ll accept later and then I can go to my email which is att. net. Supposedly eventually I have to accept this or I will no longer be able to use my email. Do you think this is a legitimate letter and is it safe to accept? Have they always been analyzing everything I use? Would it be better to change to another email site? Thanks for any thoughts on this. Chris

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decrease the size of the menu icons only? I do not want to change the size of the desktop icons. Marge Dear Marge, You can change the size of the start menu tile icons without decreasing the desktop icons. Here is how: 1. Click on the start button. 2. Right-click on any tile in the start menu. 3. Point to “Resize” in the context menu. 4. Click to select the desired size. Once you have changed the size of the tiles on your start menu, you can drag them to organize them into different groups, and you can even organize them into folders like you do on a phone. Just drag one tile over another tile to create a folder that contains both, then drag additional tiles over the folder to add them. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have a desktop PC just upgraded to Win 10. I also have an HP Laptop that used to be Win 8.1 but now has also upgraded to Win 10. I would like to be able to share the same information between each computer. Is this all possible with use of the cloud or do I still have to network both computers together? I hope you are able to answer my question. Kenneth Dear Kenneth, One of the advantages of the newer versions of Windows, and specifically OneDrive, is that you can automatically keep your settings and documents synced between devices. First, if you log into both your desktop and laptop with the same

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~ News ~ Over There at the Wentworth House ROLLINSFORD One hundred years ago, the United States was engaged in one of the most devastating conf licts in human history: World War I. Discover the stories of American men and women who served at home and overseas, and the impact of the war on the home front as we commemorate the centennial of World War I with

1918: “Over There” and Over Here, a living history event at Rollinsford’s historic Colonel Paul Wentworth House on Sunday, May 27 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. During World War I, the nation, its industry, the people at home, and over two million men and women serving in the armed forces and auxiliary groups overseas all struggled

together in the mighty conflict. At this one-day event, historical re-enactors in period clothing will portray the military and civilian roles of the time. A wide range of artifacts from the war and the home front will be on display, and music and film footage from the era will be played throughout the day. Admission to the event is $5 for adults; free for children

and ARCH members. The circa 1701 Wentworth House is located on Water Street in Rollinsford, and is maintained by the nonprofit Association for Rollinsford Culture and History (ARCH). For more information, consult www.paulwentworthhouse.org or Facebook at The Colonel Paul Wentworth House.

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George Strobel, 96 DOVER – George Strobel, 96, of Dover, passed away February 14, 2018. A graveside service with full military honors will be held on Thursday, May 17 at 11 a.m. in the Woodlawn Cemetery, South Berwick. Johnson Funeral Home of North Berwick, has been entrusted with the services.

~ Library News ~ Dover Public Library Family Passport Day The library will accept applications for U.S. passport books and passport cards on Saturday, May 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event is part of the U.S. Department of State’s Family Travel Campaign, which promotes parents applying early for their child’s passport before the busy summer travel season. Both parents or legal guardians must apply in-person with their child if he or she is under age 16. If one parent or guardian cannot appear in-person on Passport Day, the Department of State has special requirements for ‘parental consent’ depending on the family’s situation. Learn more at travel.state.gov/passports/ children. Applicants may choose routine service (4-6 weeks) or expedited service (2-3 weeks) on Passport Day. Expedited service

costs an additional $6 0. Applicants will be seen on a first come, first serve basis with no appointment necessary on this Saturday only, based on staff availability. For those who cannot be seen on the day of this event, appointments may be scheduled at alternate times by calling the Dover Public Library at 603-5166050. Applicants are advised to bring all necessary forms, copies, and paperwork with them to avoid delays. FMI: travel.state.gov.

Evening of Poetry The Public Library cordially invites you to attend an “Evening of Poetry” on Monday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. in the Library Lecture Hall. All students who participated in the Library’s 16th Annual Poetry Contest for grades K-12, are invited to read aloud their poem entry, but this will be purely voluntary. The general public is encouraged to come and enjoy the students’

readings. Prizes will be distributed in six different categories: K-Grade 2, Grades 3-4, Grades 5-6, Grades 7-8, Grades 9-10, and Grades 11-12. Refreshments will be served. FMI: Denise LaFrance at 603-516-6082.

STEM Saturday Kids grades K and up are invited for a “STEM Saturday” event on May 19 at 2pm in the Lecture Hall to design and build rubber bandpowered airplanes. Participants will build, tinker with and perfect their planesfor a flight competition. Prizes will be awarded to the plane with the longest flight time, the longest flight distance, and the highest flight. All the supplies will be provided; kids need only bring their imaginations and enthusiasm.

Free Workshop for Apple Mobile Device Users Ryan Quigley, manager of NH iPhone Repair in Downtown Ports-

mouth, will be at the library on Tuesday, May 22 at 6:30 p.m. to present a free workshop on Apple mobile devices. Whether you have an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod, you will learn valuable information about using your device to its fullest potential from an expert. The presentation covers the basics of Apple’s operating system as well as providing tips and tricks, common problems, and professional recommendations for your device. The program is free and open to the public.

at 6:30 p.m. at the library. Helene helps individuals and businesses take back control of their space in order for it to function better. Helene takes the anxiety out of de-cluttering, downsizing and relocating. The program is free and open to the public.

For More Information

Wednesday, May 23 at 6 p.m. The Creative Feast’s Liz Barbour explores favorite recipes discovered hidden in novels she has read. Following Liz’s discussion will be a cooking demonstration and a sampling of two of the recipes.

Call the library at 603-516-6050 or visit www.dover.lib.nh.us.

Hampton Falls Free Library Organize & Downsize Certifi ed professional organizer Helene Parenteau will share her organizing skills on Tuesday, May 22

For More Information Call the library at 603-926-3682 or visit www.hamptonfallslibrary.org.

Rye Public Library Feasting from Literature

For More Information Call the library at 603-964-8401 or visit www.ryepubliclibrary.org.

Health & Fitness Free Cancer Screenings DOVER – In recognition of National Melanoma and Skin Cancer Awareness Month in May, Seacoast Dermatology PLLC is offering area residents free skin cancer screenings. Current estimates indicate one in five Americans will develop skin cancer during their lifetime. Dr. Andrew E. Werchniak, former Medical Director of the Brigham & Women’s and Dana Farber Cancer Institute Skin Cancer Screening Program, urges people of all ages to get a visual examination of their skin by an experienced dermatology provider at least once a year. “It’s so important for people to get a simple annual screening—and it only takes a few minutes. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Early detection and

effective treatment if needed really can save your life.” Seacoast Dermatology, PLLC is offering two free skin cancer screening opportunities in May. Area residents are encouraged to make an appointment, but walk-in’s welcome. To accommodate busy patient schedules, Seacoast Dermatology has also expanded their office hours to include late evenings and Saturday clinics. Please call Seacoast Dermatology at 603-431-5205 to schedule your free screening or visit seacoastdermnh.com more information. Free Skin Cancer Screening Event Dates: Saturday, May 19. 8am-10am. Doctor’s Park Building, 17 Old Rollinsford Road, Building A, Dover.

Helping with New Hampshire’s Opioid Crisis PORTSMOUTH ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care, a physician owned and operated urgent care company, now offers Suboxone Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) at their Portsmouth center located at 750 Lafayette Road in the Keller Williams Building. This new service will be offered in addition to their comprehensive current urgent care and occupational health services. Opioid addiction continues to be an epidemic nationwide. Those seeking treatment have limited options, and many are even waitlisted due to scarce local resources. In an effort to help patients in their communities receive timely care for their addiction, and to begin their recovery, ClearChoiceMD is adding MAT to their services. ad The Th treatment will be piloted at their Portsmouth, NH location th with the potential for future w program expansion to all 10 of pr

their centers located throughout New England. MAT is a critical tool in the battle against addiction. Timely treatment is essential for recovery and with few options, this has become increasingly challenging. By introducing MAT into the urgent care environment, treatment availability increases, allowing for more patients to be treated sooner. Although appointments will be required for MAT, the convenient extended hours provide greater flexibility for patients seeking treatment. “Our urgent care model is designed to respond to the medical needs of our communities.

We understand that there is a dire need for treatment options and we want to do our part to help,” said Dr. Thomas H. Scott, Chief Medical Officer at ClearChoiceMD. ClearChoiceMD Urgent Care will provide Occupational Health services such as the evaluation and treatment of work place injuries, DOT physicals, drug screens and pre-employment physicals. For these visits, no appointment is necessary. Patients are encouraged to reach out for more information on Suboxone MAT treatment by calling the Portsmouth location directly at 603-427-8539.

...STATIONS from page 1 these spaces. Permit holders with plug-in electric vehicles may use these spaces but must adhere to the time limit and move to other spaces once the

four-hour period has elapsed. For more information, contact the Parking Bureau at 516-6132 or parking@dover. nh.gov.


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People and Business Profiles Black Heritage Trail on the Move

PORTSMOUTH As of April 1, the Black Heritage Trail of NH will move to a new location at 280 Marcy Street in the old South Meeting House in Portsmouth’s historic South End. The BHTNH is thrilled to be relocating to a historically significant location that is one of the stops along the Portsmouth Black Heritage Trail. The old South Meeting House,

also known as South Ward Hall or South Ward Meeting House, is located atop Meetinghouse Hill. It is bordered by Marcy Street, Manning Street, and Meeting House Hill Road. The current South Ward Meeting House is the second building that has occupied this site. The meetinghouse was built on the site of a 1731 meeting house, which was razed in 1863. Portsmouth built the cur-

Kennebunk Savings Opens New Office STRATHAM Kennebunk Savings officials joined members of the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, guests from the community, customers and vendors to open its newest location in Stratham, New Hampshire. The newly constructed building is located at 9 Portsmouth Avenue, at the intersection of Routes 108 and 101, making it a convenient and easy-toaccess site. Formerly the site of a gas station, this office is Kennebunk Savings’ sixth branch in New Hampshire and nineteenth in its York County, Maine and seacoast New Hampshire network. According to Kennebunk Savings President and CEO Bradford C. Paige, “We are excited to put roots down in Stratham. We’ve found that we’re already busy with existing customers who have another convenient location to access us and with new customers, who we know will quickly understand the value of a Kennebunk Savings relationship. With our unique blend of

products, responsive customer service and an unparalleled commitment to our communities, we’re very excited about our newest venture into the Stratham market.” To mark the branch opening, Kennebunk Savings contributed $1,000 through its Community Promise program to the NHSPCA in Stratham. The Community Promise program is Kennebunk Savings’ commitment to serving its community; each year Kennebunk Savings pledges 10% of earnings to local nonprofit organizations. Since 1994, that has resulted in over $11,000,000 in donations to area nonprofits. Part of Kennebunk Savings’ commitment through its Community Promise also includes volunteering and in 2017 employees spent over 10,000 hours working to better the community. Vice President and Branch Manager Kelly Hutchinson will lead the Stratham team that includes assistant branch Manager Ieva Watson and small business lender Ryan Pope.

rent South Meeting House in 1866. The first floor was originally used as a school and the second as ward room for public functions. The election hall was the site of two major 19th-century institutions for Portsmouth’s black citizens. Starting on New Year’s Day in 1881, annual celebrations of the Emancipation Proclamation were held here. The first was attended by “most of the colored people of the city” and over 100 invited white guests. The celebrations included speeches, a catered supper and music, and recurred for eighty years. This building was also home to New Hampshire’s first black church. A multi-de-

Planner, and Accredited Estate Planner. Queeney has seventeen years of experience encompassing various aspects of personalized client services, networking, training, compliance and trust operations support. Since joining Piscataqua Savings Bank in May 2016, he has provided complementary client and fiduciary services, as well as budgeting and financial planning assistance. “Although we will miss Kathy’s leadership and expertise, we’re happy for her on a well-deserved retirement,” said Rick Wallis, president and CEO of the Bank. “I’m also excited about the Trust De-

New Hampshire Black history, but will allow for a new, dedicated home for the organization and its staff. The BHTNH will be sharing space in the building which currently is the home of Portsmouth Public Media Television (PPMTV). Boggis commented, “PPMTV has been very generous in offering us a place here until we find a permanent home to headquarter the BHTNH. We appreciate their support and cooperation as we transition from our alliance with Discover Portsmouth to our own dedicated home in the hopefully near future.” For more information visit: http://blackheritagetrailnh.org

Chase Home Gets Grant PORTSMOUTH As a result of a $3,000 grant from the Agnes M. Lindsay Trust, Chase Home in Portsmouth will soon be able to keep track of and manage communications with business partners, donors and more. Grant funding will equip Chase Home with Little Green Light software. Meme Wheeler, Chase Home executive director, said their current system to track external communications is inadequate. “The new system will make everything more centralized and ultimately allow our staff to work more efficiently,” she said. The grant will cover the installation of the cloud-based service and the first year of its subscription. Susan Bouchard, administrative director of the Agnes

Donovan Retires, Queeney Steps In PORTSMOUTH Piscataqua Savings Bank has announced that Kathy Donovan, VP/Senior Trust Officer, and head of the Trust Department will retire at the end of February from her position after 15 years at the Bank. During her career, Donovan has provided personalized service to the Bank’s clients in all aspects of trust, estate administration and client relations, in addition to senior management duties. Stepping into her position as VP/Senior Trust Officer is Tom Queeney, whose professional designations include Certified Trust and Financial Advisor, Certified Financial

nominational Bible-study class outgrew the capacity of James F. Slaughter’s living room, and moved here in 1890 as People’s Mission. In 1892 it reorganized as the People’s Baptist Church with Reverend James Randolph as its first pastor. It was an auxiliary of the Middle Street Baptist Church. Racially separate churches in this county provided not only a center for social and political activities, but relief from the segregated seating and other limitations imposed by white religious institutions. They worshiped here until 1915. JerriAnne Boggis, Executive Director of the BHTNH, is excited about the move to a location that not only reflects

Chase Home’s Alyshia Kelleher.

M. Lindsay Trust, said the trust pays tribute to Lindsay’s passion for “the education of poor and deserving students from rural communities and child welfare.” In funding Chase Home, she said its mission and the expected outcomes from the grant made the nonprofit agency a good recipient. “The mission of The Chase Home for Children is ‘helping at-risk troubled youth in crisis achieve success in life and opportunities as adults,’ which fits well within the mission of the

Agnes M. Lindsay Trust,” she said. The system will play a key role in helping the organization expand its reach. “We can better keep track of our supporters and partners and when and how we communicate with them,” she said. Founded in 1877, Chase Home is dedicated to providing supportive and restorative residential and family services to atrisk youth in a safe and nurturing environment. To learn more, visit www.chasehome.org.

New Equity Owners at R.M. Davis Kathy Donovan.

partment team that Kathy has helped build. We have a team of Trust Officers, Portfolio Managers and seasoned Trust operations staff who will continue to support our clients.”

PORTSMOUTH R. M. Davis of Portland and Portsmouth, Northern New England’s largest private wealth management firm with over $4B in AUM, is pleased kick off 2018 by welcoming two new equity owners. Industry veterans, Scot E. Draeger, Director of Wealth Management and General Counsel, and

Dean E. Walker, Vice President of Trading and Data Management, joined the ownership team, effective January 1, 2018. Draeger and Walker’s new roles come at a time of significant growth for R. M. Davis, and their proven leadership offers greater breadth of expertise and experience for clients and the future of the firm.


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73K, Auto, AWD, Traction Control, AC, Alloys, Bluetooth, XM/FM Radio With 6 Speakers, #18233HA

27,953 TURBO

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2015 TUCSON GLS AWD

AWD

$

2010 MERCEDES 300 4MATIC

13,265

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82K, Auto, AWD, AC, Heated Leather, Power Seat, Cruise, Premium Audio, #18257HA

14,999 LUXURY

$

11,500

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All prices and payments reect all available incentives, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash and Consumer Incentives. Manufacturer qualiďŹ cations are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. 2018 Elantra SEL: $2,500 Retail Bonus Cash, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad. 2018 Santa FE Sport AWD: $3,500 Retail Bonus Cash, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad. 2018 Elantra GT: $2,500 Retail Bonus Cash, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad. 2018 Kona SE AWD: $500 Retail Bonus Cash, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad. 2018 Tucson SE AWD: $2,000 Retail Bonus Cash, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad.2018 ACCENT SE: $1,500 Retail Bonus Cash, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad. 2018 IONIQ HYBRID: $500 Value Owner Coupon, $500 US Military, $400 College Grad.

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Granite State Sentinel, May 18, 2018

GSS May 18, 2018  

Granite State Sentinel, May 18, 2018

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