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Double Feature: ‘Finding Nemo’ and ‘Jaws’ at Prescott Park PORTSMOUTH – It will be a tale of two seas in Prescott Park on July 29, when Prescott Park Arts Festival hosts its first ever outdoor movie double feature: “Finding Nemo” and “Jaws.” The Service Credit Union’s Movie Series in Prescott Park is held each Monday night at dusk. Festival goers can enjoy some of the most popular and beloved films of all time under the stars in Portsmouth’s Prescott Park. To begin, enjoy Disney Pixar’s “Finding Nemo,” the endearing undersea story of a family’s journey to find each other after Nemo, a young clownfish, is captured and taken to a dentist’s office aquarium. It is up to his father and Dory, a friendly and absentminded regal blue tang fish, to overcome obstacles and unlikely twists to retrace Nemo’s path and bring him safely home. Immediately following the lighthearted screening of “Nemo” will be Steven Spielberg’s terrifying 1975 blockbuster “Jaws.” In this timeless classic, follow the epic hunt of a

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great white shark that begins to menace the small island community of Amity. It is up to a police chief, a marine scientist and a weathered fisherman to put a stop to it. “This is one of the only times where I can say wholeheartedly that “Jaws” and “Finding Nemo” make for a perfect pairing,” said Executive Director Ben Anderson. “Both of these movies are terrific, and have similar themes, but are so starkly different from

each other at the same time. You can get your dose of Pixar animation and classic thriller all in one evening, or simply come for one or the other. The bottom line is these are mustsee classics for any generation.” The movie series is the result of a long-term goal and intensive fundraising. The festival organizers were able to purchase a high-definition projector and movie screen, speSee NEMO page 2...

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Date of New Memorial Bridge Opening Still Uncertain By Larry Favinger Contributing Writer PORTSMOUTH – The date for the public ceremony officially opening the new Memorial Bridge has been set. The date when traffic will again be able to use the span has not. As of deadline for this week’s edition of The Sentinel, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) said the bridge that connects Portsmouth and Kittery across the Piscataqua River will be open sometime between now and Aug. 15, the date of the ribbon cutting celebration. The 10 a.m. celebration will be highlighted by the cutting of the ribbon by former Portsmouth Mayor Eileen Foley, who as a 5-year-old child cut the ribbon on the original bridge on Aug. 17, 1923. The opening will also include a procession across the bridge, according to NHDOT. “We recognize the need to open the new bridge as soon

as possible for the traveling public, as well as the desire of the States of Maine and New Hampshire and the communities of Portsmouth and Kittery to have enough lead time available to hold a celebratory event,” NHDOT Deputy Commissioner Michael Pillsbury said in a prepared release. NHDOT said the new lift bridge connecting the neighboring communities will be opened prior to the August festivities to motor vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic once final testing has been completed. NHDOT is working with the contractor, Archer Western, for successful completion and opening of the bridge, but the state agency noted unfortunately the opening will not likely occur by the contractual date. The states of New Hampshire and Maine are sharing equally the cost of the $80 million-plus project, but New Hampshire is responsible for See BRIDGE page 2...

Moffatt-Ladd House to Offer Pirate Camp PORTSMOUTH – The Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden will present “Pirate Camp” on Friday Aug. 2, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Participants will hunt for treasure, make pirate bandanas, flags, bracelets and necklaces, make a ship’s log and write in it with a quill pen, draw your very own treasure map, and hear stories of true pirates and privateers who sailed right off Portsmouth’s coast. A highlight is learning the basics of fencing (sword fighting) with experienced coach Ron Raiselis of the Seacoast Fencing Club. A new addition to this year’s camp is a voyage at noon

on board the Piscataqua with Portsmouth’s Gundalow Company. Spaces are still available for the one-day program, which takes place at the Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden at 154 Market St. in Portsmouth. Cost for the one-day program is $60 for Friends of the Moffatt-Ladd House members, and $70 for not-yet-members. The program is suited to children ages 5 to10. Those interested should contact Barbara or Brielly at 430-7968. Registration is required for this program because space is limited. See PIRATES page 3...

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Curator to Discuss ‘Evolving Legend’ of Massacre

PORTSMOUTH – As a part of the commemoration of the Treaty of 1713, signed in Portsmouth on July 14 of that year, the John Paul Jones House will host “First Nations Diplomacy Opens the Portsmouth Door,” an exhibition featuring copies of the treaty, explanations of its significance, and objects and documents relating to the period of conflict with the Native Americans and protection of Portsmouth. An important part of the Portsmouth story concerns conflicts that took place here. One of the best-known stories is that of the 1694 massacre of Ursula Cutt, widow of former New Hampshire president John Cutt. Curator Sandra Rux will present “The Evolving Legend of the Massacre of Ursula Cutt” at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 27, at the John Paul Jones House, 43 Middle St. In her lecture, she will examine how this tale expanded from a simple statement by the Rev. John Pike, who was in Portsmouth when the event oc-

curred, to lavish explanations of what happened, who was there, and the life of Madame Ursula. Most of the later embellishments are more imaginative than true and tell us more about the evolution of the American story and 19th century relationships with native peoples than about the life and death of Madame Cutt. Contact Rux at 436-8420 or e-mail sandrarux@portsmouthhistory.org for reserva-

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire’s Summer Bash fundraiser will be held on Thursday, Aug. 1, on the lower terrace at One Harbour Place in Portsmouth. (courtesy photo)

House built for Ursula Cutt about 1682; burned 1912. Only a small portion of it existed in 1682. The house was expanded by subsequent owners but remained in the same location and for many years was known as Long Lane Farm. Photograph c.1900 gift of Garland Patch. (courtesy photo)

Cookbook Committee Seeks Recipes from Local Residents HAMPTON FALLS – The Hampton Falls Historical Society’s cookbook committee is seeking recipes from current and former town residents for inclusion in the Hampton Falls Historical Society Cookbook. The deadline for submitting recipes is Aug. 2. Recipes should be arranged with ingredients first, followed by instructions in paragraph form. Special notes are welcomed.

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tions or more information. Reservations are recommended but not required. Cost is $6 ($5 seniors) with members of the Portsmouth Historical Society and children free. A tour of the John Paul Jones House is included. The John Paul Jones House museum, operated by the Portsmouth Historical Society is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week through Oct. 31.

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Submissions should include your contact information in the event the cookbook committee editors have questions. Recipes can be dropped off at Town Hall or at the library bulletin board as well as by mail to Hampton Falls Historical Society, PO Box 104, Hampton Falls, NH 03844. Or e-mail recipes to hamptonfallshistoricalsociety@yahoo.com. For questions on the HFHS cookbook project, call committee chairman Karen Sabatini at 603-778-4775.

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...NEMO from page 1 cially designed for the projection of outdoor movies. Combined with the existing sound system for concerts, the result is a high quality, unique and affordable movie experience for the whole family to enjoy. The Service Credit Union Movie Series in Prescott Park is offered free of charge with a suggested donation of $5 to $8. General seating is firstcome, first-pick, and audience members are welcome to bring a blanket or lawn chairs with them to the Park. VIP tables or blanket can be reserved through www.prescottpark. org, or by calling the Festival Office at 603-436-2848. In addition to the movie series, Prescott Park Arts Festival’s 39th season also features the musical “Annie” as well as a variety of concerts. For more information, contact Ben Anderson at 603-436-2848 or info@ prescottpark.org.

DOVER – The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will host an elegant waterfront fundraiser in downtown Portsmouth on Thursday, Aug. 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. The 2013 Summer Bash event will be held under large tents in the lower courtyard at One Harbour Place, overlooking the new Memorial Bridge. Valet parking and free dock space will be provided. All proceeds benefit the Children’s Museum’s programming for under-served communities and schools, as well as engaging year-round family events, workshops and activities. “This event is really important for keeping the museum a strong, leading resource for families, schools and children,” ...BRIDGE from page 1 the work with the contractor. There are also federal funds involved in the replacement. The Maine Department of Transportation will be the leader of refurbishing or replacement of the Sara Mildred Long Bridge, which is scheduled to begin sometime in 2015. The 88-year-old Memorial Bridge was closed to vehicle traffic in July 2011. In January 2012, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation closed it to walkers and bikers with demolition beginning soon thereafter. In 1923, the bridge was designated as a World War I memorial to the soldiers and

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sailors of New Hampshire who participated in that conflict. A plaque so designating was mounted on the Portsmouth end of the structure and will be on or near the new span. Construction of the original bridge, which began in 1920, was also a joint venture of the states of New Hampshire and Maine and the federal government. When completed there will be three bridges spanning the Piscataqua River. These include the Memorial Bridge, the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge on the Route 1 bypass, and the Piscataqua River High Level Bridge that carries Interstate 95.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Family Gardening Program Set at Children’s Museum DOVER – The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire will present a midsummer garden harvest workshop with New Hampshire Master Gardener Leslie Stevens on Saturday, July 27, at 10 a.m. The museum established the “Anyone Can Grow Food” program last year to help children and families learn to grow their own gardens. At this workshop, families will visit the raised beds gardens behind the museum to pick and taste ripe vegetables. Children can also add worms to the gardens to enrich the soil, learn to compost kitchen scraps, and examine plants using magnifying glasses to identify good and bad bugs. There is no charge to participate in this workshop but advance registration is

required to ensure there are enough materials for all. Call 603-742-2002 during regular business hours to register.

For more information, please call the museum at (603) 742-2002 or visit www. childrens-museum.org.

Master Gardener Leslie Stevens (center) will be sharing gardening knowledge with families on Saturday, July 27, at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. (courtesy photo)

well as after-school and summer enrichment programs to raise funds and awareness through a full day of outdoorfun for the entire family. The event features a CoEd 3on3 Basketball Tournament (youth and adult divisions),slam dunk contests, a live DJ, bounce houses and other games and kids’ activities,food from Sal’s Pizza of Somersworth, local art, a Macy’s back-to-schoolfashion ahow and and guest speakers, including Tami Provost from Fit on the Fly.

Shakespeare Returns to Prescott Park with ‘Romeo and Juliet’ PORTSMOUTH – Prescott Park Arts Festival’s “Shakespeare in Prescott Park” is back for its third season, and this year features three evenings to catch Shakespeare under the stars with “Romeo and Juliet.” In collaboration with Seven Stages Shakespeare Company, this third season of “Shakespeare in Prescott Park” will offer audiences six performances of “Romeo + Juliet,” with the first evening performance on Tuesday, July 30, at 7 p.m. “Romeo and Juliet” is a

DURHAM – The Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire, will offer week-long summer art classes during the weeks of July 29 to Aug. 2 and Aug. 5-9. Students in second through 12th grades will have a wide variety of classes to choose from and may sign up for classes during the morning, 9 a.m. to noon, or afternoon sessions, 1 to 4 p.m., or both. At the end of each week, students will be invited to share their work in a special exhibition held by the Museum of Art. The cost for a single class

is $125; two classes are $225. The discount applies to families as well. Classes include the cost of basic materials. Lunch and snacks are not provided. For a complete description of classes or to register online, visit the Museum of Art’s website at www.unh.edu/moa or contact Catherine A. Mazur, education and publicity coordinator, at catherine.mazur@ unh.edu or 603-862-3713. For general information about the museum’s exhibitions and programs, contact the Museum of Art at 603-8623712, museum.of.art@unh.edu, or visit www.unh.edu/moa.

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Charity Streetball Tournament and Festival Slated DOVER – Pen.Ink Design Co., TVP Records and Macy’s Newington will team up once again to present a a Third Annual Hoopla Festival, which will commence on July 28at Woodman Park in Dover. Hoopla is a Charity Event that lends support to the Seymour Osman Community Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides local families and youth with academic support and life skills training, as

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play about paradox and juxtaposition,” said Seven Stages cofounder Christine Penney, “and when Ben Anderson and John Moynihan, PPAF’s executive director and general manager respectively, presented the opportunity to split the run of the show in half with three afternoon and three evening performances, it really gave us an opportunity to highlight those themes.” Penney said audiences will see two very different shows in the day and evening performances. “The play has innumerable references to day and night,”

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The Event will kick off the night of July 27 with a night of live music at The Brick House in Dover, featuring several musicians from the Seacoast to Boston, with a $5 suggested donation. The Hoopla Festival will held the following day, Sunday July 28, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For sponsorship or vendor information, or to register a team, visit www.hoopla-nh.com or contact bc@peninkdesign. com. she explained, “and director (and Seven Stages co-founder) Dan Beaulieu’s vision for the show has truly allowed those elements to come to life in ways that are sure to surprise audiences depending on which show they see.” Shakespeare in Prescott Park’s “Romeo and Juliet” plays on the Prescott Park Arts Festival stage on Tuesday, July 30, at 7 p.m.; Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 7 p.m.; Sunday, Aug. 11, at 2 p.m.; Sunday, Aug. 18, at 2 p.m., and Saturday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m. Suggested donation is $5 to $10 at the gate. For more information, call 603-436-2848 or visit www. prescottpark.org/shakes.cfm or www.7stagesshakespeare.org.

For those interested in becoming members of the Friends of the Moffatt-Ladd House to receive the member’s price for this program, contact Barbara at 4307968 for details. The Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden, designated a National Historic Landmark in 1969, is owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the

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Pour Le Jour Kicks Off 2013 Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music Series

PORTSMOUTH – Pour Le Jour, a trio of flute, oboe and cello, kicks off the 2013 Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music Series on Sunday, July 28, at 3 p.m. at the Wentworth Gardner House. This concert is the first of four in the series, which is produced by the Portsmouth Athenaeum in collaboration with Portsmouth Historic Houses Association. A $20 at-the-door donation is suggested. Seating is limited and on

a first-come, first-served basis. Oboist Margaret Herlehy, flutist Melissa Mielens and cellist Beth Pearson, all active members of the New England chamber music scene, combine as the trio Pour le Jour in a program that will include music from the classical period through the mid-20th century. Together, they will perform select trios by Haydn as well as Beethoven’s “Theme and Variations” based on “La

ci darem la mano,” originally composed for two oboes and English horn. Mielens and Herlehy will also perform a duet for flute and oboe composed in 1945 by Argentine composer Alberto Ginastera. The other concerts in the Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music Series include The Rowe’s Lane Quartet, a string quartet performing on period instruments, on Aug. 11 at DisSee POUR LE JOUR page 5...

Flutist Melissa Mielens and oboist Margaret Herlehy of the trio Pour Le Jour. (courtesy photo)

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, Are laptop cooling pads necessary if one uses the laptop on a hard, flat surface. Thank you for your outstanding site. Abby Dear Abby, There are a lot of factors to take into consideration when trying to decide if you need a laptop cooling pad. You need to think about the temperature of the environment you are using the laptop in, you need to think about which laptop brand and type you are using, the age of the laptop, and how hot the laptop gets when you are running it. Let’s take a look at some of these factors. First, where do you use your

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1. Go to the first page you want to save in your website. 2. Click on the small wrench icon in the upper right corner of the window. 3. Click on “Save Page As” in the menu. 4. A dialog box will open, allowing you to select the location you want to save your page to. Make sure “Webpage, complete” is selected in the “Save as type:” box. 5. Click the “Save” button. 6. Repeat for each page on the site you want to save. I hope this helps you save your precious memories. I enjoyed reading some of the information on your site as I wrote this answer. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, How do I get rid of all the unwanted pictures that have been put on my computer? These pix are of family members and I have way to many of them. Please help me with my computer. Thanx, Mary Dear Mary, In this age of digital cameras, it is all to easy to accumulate many photos on your computer. While many of these pictures can be priceless, I have seen my share of folders full of pictures of the sky, or grass, or blurry practice photos. You didn’t specify if you wanted to get rid of all the pictures on your computer, or just specific photos that you didn’t want, so I will give you directions for both. To get rid of all the pictures on your computer, just find the folders that contain the photos, See COMPUTER LADY page 5...

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Novelist J. Courtney Sullivan to Visit Music Hall PORTSMOUTH – On Wednesday, July 31, The Music Hall’s Writers in the Loft series will welcome J. Courtney Sullivan, the New York Times best-selling author of “Maine” and “Commencement.” Sullivan will present her most recent novel, “The Engagements,” and participate in a moderated question-andanswer session followed by a book signing and meet-andgreet. The event will be held at

the Music Hall Loft at 131 Congress St., Portsmouth. A rich, layered, exhilarating novel spanning nearly 100 years, “The Engagements” captures four unique marriages – the stories of those who marry in a white heat of passion, those who marry for partnership and comfort, and those who live together, love each other, and have absolutely no intention of ruining it all with a wedding. The book also traces the story

PORTSMOUTH – “The Fiber of Portsmouth,” an exhibit by fabric artist and New Hampshire Art Association member Nancy Morgan, will be held in the Gerry Fraiser Gallery at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery in Portsmouth. The exhibit features new works by Morgan depicting the life and scenes of Portsmouth. Morgan has lived her entire life on the Seacoast and that familiarity is captured in her street scenes of Portsmouth and the

Piscataqua shoreline. Morgan has been sewing since she was a child but because she has also been a dancer since age 4, much of her sewing has been costumes. She majored in dance at Adelphi University, and while there also studied costume design. Though self-taught, she has always had an interest in art and graphic design. Several years ago she was introduced to the technique of free-style quilting and discovered a way of combining her sewing and

of diamonds in America, and the way – for better or for worse – these glittering stones have come to symbolize our deepest hopes for everlasting love. Sullivan grew up outside of Boston and set her previous novel, “Maine,” in nearby Cape Neddick. Her ability to capture New England character, charm, and complexity has made her a favorite among readers. The ticket package for Writers in the Loft is $41 ($38 for members). Packages can be purchased through The Music Hall box office, located at 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, over the phone at 603-436-2400 or online at www.themusichall.org.

...POUR LE JOUR from page 4 cover Portsmouth; Calandra Trio, comprised of viola, harp and flute, on Sept. 15 at Little Harbor Chapel, and The Trio Cleonice, comprised of violin, cello and piano, on Oct. 27 at St. John’s Episcopal Church. All concerts will be held at 3 p.m. “We are thrilled to be able to bring the Historic Portsmouth Chamber Music Series back to the community for a second year,” noted Bill Wieting, chairman of the Portsmouth Athenaeum Performance Committee. “Collaborating with the Portsmouth Historic Houses Association has allowed us to

artistic skills. Morgan’s career has been a journey of challenges, innovations and successes, having won awards in both the fabric art and art venues. Her work has appeared in many art galleries and private collections. There will be an artist’s reception on Friday, Aug. 2, from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit runs from Aug. 1 to 30 at the New Hampshire Art Association’s Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, 136 State St., Portsmouth. Call 431-4230

pair wonderful locations with our truly exceptional line up of performers and we invite the public to take advantage of this unique cultural opportunity.” Audience members planning to attend all four concerts are encouraged to purchase a Series Subscription for $75 per person. Those interested in subscriptions or patronage can mail a check made out to The Portsmouth Athenaeum to P.O. Box 848, Portsmouth, NH 03802 with “HPCM” noted on the memo line. For more information, please visit www.portsmouthathenaeum.org.

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Volunteer Jennifer Beadnell of Portsmouth Named Award Recipient WELLS– Jennifer Beadnell of Portsmouth, N.H., was named a winner of the Sandra C. Labaree Volunteer Values Award presented by the New England division of the American Cancer Society. The award is named in honor of the late Sandra C. Labaree, a longtime American Cancer Society volunteer from Damariscotta, Maine, and a founding member of the

New England Division Board of Directors. The award recognizes and honors New England volunteers whose actions and service in the fight against cancer most exemplify the society’s organizational values. Beadnell has served on the Relay For Life of York County volunteer planning committee for six years. During her first three years, she single-handedly organized all logistical as-

pects of the event. For the past four years, she has led the York County committee as the event co-chairman. Other winners of the

Sandra C. Labaree Volunteer Values Award include Susan Towle of South Portland, Judi York of Skowhegan, Bev Davis and Rick Litchfield of Ken-

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Dan Hickman Joins Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

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PORTSMOUTH – Dover native Dan Hickman recently joined Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Portsmouth. According to Branch Manager Mary Williams, “Dan will be a valuable asset to our office. As a Seacoast ‘local,’ his knowledge of the region, combined with his enthusiasm, and apparent regard for detail, will contribute to his success in this business.” Hickman has a degree in business management from

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Keene State College and was a police officer in the town of Seabrook for the past four years. Following training for the New Hampshire Real Estate Salesperson’s/Broker’s Licensing Exam, he received his New Hampshire Real Estate License and is a member of the Seacoast Board of Realtors. Hickman said he has had a long-time interest in real estate which was escalated during the process of buying two homes within the last year. Hickman went with Coldwell Banker “because of their comprehensive training program, support, and their commitment and focus to provide genuine one-stop shopping services to their clients and customers.” Hickman can be contacted by phone or text at 603-953-5930. His e-mail address is HickmanRealEstate@Gmail.com. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is located at 25 Maplewood Ave. in downtown Portsmouth.

Little Tree Education Welcomed by Dover Chamber of Commerce DOVER – The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Little Tree Education (LTE) with a traditional ribbon cutting. Little Tree Education is an innovative, Montessori-based school that serves modern families. The center is focused on redefining the standard of early education. Little Tree Education (LTE) honors the child’s natural desire to learn through imagination, creativity, and intellect. LTE provides learning experiences that develop and maintain the learning, social, physical

and emotional skills necessary for successful school performance in the years to come. LTE effectively prepares children for a life full of learning. LTE serves children 6 weeks through 6-years. Little Tree Education is located along Route 108 on the MadburyDover town line. Little Tree Education is currently accepting applications. For additional information, contact owner Sara Greenshields at 314 Route 108, Madbury, N.H. 03823, 603-7428733. You can visit them online at www.little-tree-education. com.

First Parish Church Joins Chamber of Commerce DOVER – A ribbon was cut by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce to reintroduce the oldest faith community in the Seacoast area. A Dover religious organization, founded in 1633, First Parish Church lives today as an inclusive church that welcomes all people. A Sunday service is held at 10a.m., each week, year-round. The Rev. Mike Bennett is pastor. Refreshment and fellowship follows every service, and child care is available during the service. Services are held in the church sanctuary, located at 218 Central Ave. in Dover. Sunday School programs and youth ministry programs are held from September to midJune. The Sunday school family gathers each week. Sunday school mission projects include Operation Christmas Child, the Heifer Project, the Hat and Mitten project, and Cocheco Humane Society. First Parish Church hosts both the Dover Food Pantry and the Community Crisis Desk, which operate weekly out of the church buildings. Members regularly participate in the Friendly Kitchen, CROP Walk and mis-

Left to right: Toby Arkwell, RW Insurance, Chamber Board; Dave Paolini, Century 21 Central Falls Realty, Chamber Board; Jeanne Supple, Measured Progress, Chamber Board; Laurie Widmark, LegalShield, Chamber Ambassador; Mariann Carlson, Curtis 1000, Chamber Ambassador; Rick Gremlitz, First Parish Church; Donna Evans, First Parish Church; Pastor Mike Bennett, First Church; Karen Robichaud, First Parish Church; Molly Hodgson Smith, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce; Christine Sieks, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, Chamber Board; Sean O’Connell, Shaheen & Gordon, Chamber Board; Shawn Olsten, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, Chamber Ambassador, and Doug Glennon, Glennon Consulting, Chamber Board Chair. (courtesy photo)

sion trips to crisis areas. First Parish Church supports Dover Adult Learning, End68 Hours, My Friend’s Place, Dover Community Action and Project Share. Programs of First Parish Church include the Find It at the First Thrift Shop which operates three days every week at the church. Craft groups meet on a

regular basis, a group offers a first Saturday church supper, October through June, and Sunday morning adult education groups are led by Pastor Bennett and other church members. Contact First Parish Church at 603-742-5664, by e-mail at firstparish@comcast.net and on the web at www.firstparishdover.org.

Joseph D. Mittica Receives Edward Jones Eagle Award NORTH HAMPTON – Edward Jones Financial Adviser Joseph D. Mittica of North Hampton recently received the firm’s Eagle Award for his “clear vision of both client and business goals” over the past year. Mittica was one of only 1,510 of the firm’s more than 12,000 financial advisers to receive the award. “When you work for a firm that is known for its outstanding service,” Mittica said, “it’s quite

an honor to be singled out for your service record.” Jim Weddle, Edward Jones’ managing partner, added, “Joe is an outstanding member of the Edward Jones team who personifies the ideal financial advisor, someone who is 100 percent dedicated to serving the financial needs of his clients. I am very pleased to present this well-deserved award.” Edward Jones provides financial services for individual

investors in the United States and, through its affiliate, in Canada. In January 2013, for the 14th year, Edward Jones was named one of the best companies to work for by Fortune Magazine in its annual listing. Edward Jones is headquartered in St. Louis, Mo. The Edward Jones website is located at www.edwardjones.com, and its recruiting website is www. careers.edwardjones.com. Member SIPC.

Bottomline Technologies Announces Krantz Memorial Award

Left to right: Shawn Olsten, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, Chamber Ambassador, Bevin Smith, Little Tree Education, Mike Mengers, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, Belle Greenshields, Dorothy Greenshields, Sarah Greenshields (owner, standing with Bear Elliot in arms), Melissa Lesniak, Keller Williams - Melissa Lesniak Group, Chamber Ambassador, Beverly A. Hodsdon, Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce, Harrison Demeter is standing, Little Tree Education. (courtesy photo)

PORTSMOUTH – Bottomline Technologies, a provider of cloud-based payment, invoice and banking solutions, announced recently the establishement of the annual Josh Krantz Award to recognize top employees who exemplify the outstanding qualities most respected about Josh Krantz, who passed away suddenly in April. “Josh is deeply missed,” said Jessica Moran, vice president of client services. “His absence in the office is prominent.

We will remember Josh with this annual award and his name will live on at Bottomline.” Recipients of the Josh Krantz Award will be Bottomline employees who exemplify top performance in their role, passion for their work, who energize the workplace, who have fun and are fun to be with, and who love working at Bottomline. Winners will receive a $500 donation to a charity of their choice and two plane tickets for domestic travel, reflect-

ing Josh’s sprit and commitment to having fun and giving back. “The difference Josh made was motivating everyone around him,” said Paymode-X teammate and close friend Griffin Cordes. “He was committed to excellence and truly enjoyed coming to work”. “Bottomline mourns the passing of our friend and colleague,” said Rob Eberle, President and CEO of Bottomline. “We will honor his memory through this award and be a better company for it.”


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Help Elderly Loved Ones Avoid Financial Abuse

It’s unfortunate, but true: The elderly population may be the most vulnerable group in our society. In fact, in an effort to call attention to the problems of physical, emotional and financial abuse of the elderly, the United Nations has designated June 15 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. If you have older parents, or even grandparents, can you do to anything to help prevent them from being victimized, especially with regard to their finances? Actually, there’s a lot you can do. First and foremost, you need to maintain good communications and a

trusting relationship with your older family members. As long as these elements are present, you should feel free to make the following suggestions: Increase awareness – When it comes to financial fraud and scams, many seniors think: “It can’t happen to me.” But the facts suggest otherwise: Some 20 percent of Americans over the age of 65 admit to having been victimized by financial swindles, according to a survey by the non-profit Investor Protection Trust. Let your loved ones know that no one in their age group is immune to financial predators. Guard private information – Ask your parents or grandparents to not divulge

personal information over the phone. In fact, urge them to get caller ID, if they don’t have it already, and tell them that if they don’t recognize the number, don’t answer. Legitimate callers are more likely to leave messages than scammers. Don’t send money. Exhort your parents or grandparents to never wire money to a random account — no exceptions. Ignore “limited-time offers” – Your loved ones should ignore callers, mailers or emails that demand they act immediately. These offers are often overblown at best and may be fraudulent at worst. Don’t trust “no risk” offers – Financial offers that sound too good to be true are

likely just that — untrue. Legitimate investments carry both potential risks and rewards. Avoid “debt-settlement” claims – If your older loved ones have debt problems, they may be especially susceptible to offers that claim to “clear up” all their debts. But there’s no quick fix to this problem and any caller who claims otherwise is likely being deceitful. Encourage your parents or grandparents to discuss their debt situation with an honest, professional debt counselor or a financial advisor. Here’s one more thing you can do to help your parents or grandparents avoid financial fraud: If they don’t already work with a trusted, qualified financial professional, introduce

Will You Be Able to Retire When You Want? Despite the soaring stock market of the past few years, some Americans are nervous about their ability to retire comfortably – or even retire at all. Consider these somewhat sobering statistics: Almost half of American workers report being “not too confident” or “not at all confident” about being able to afford a comfortable retirement, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2013 Retirement Confidence Survey. The 28 percent who say they are “not at all” confident is the highest level recorded in the 23 years of this survey. Between 2010 and 2012, the percentage of people 45 to 60 who planned to delay retirement rose to 62 percent from 42 percent, according to the Conference Board, a non-profit business membership and research organization. If you’re in either of these

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groups – that is, if you’re concerned about having enough resources to enjoy your retirement years or you’re afraid that you’ll have to work longer than you anticipated – what can you do to possibly alleviate your worries? Your first step is to get specific about your retirement goals. Have you set a target date for your retirement yet? If so, how many years until you reach this date? Once you know when you want to retire, you’ll need to come up with some sort of “price tag” for your retirement years. By taking into account your hopedfor lifestyle and your projected longevity, you should be able to develop a reasonably good estimate of how much money you’ll need as a retiree. You may find it helpful to work with a financial professional – someone with the tools and experience to plug in all the variables needed to calculate your retirement expenses. Next, review your retirement savings vehicles, such as your 401(k) and IRA. Are you contributing as much as you can afford to these accounts? Are you increasing your contributions when your salary rises? Within these vehicles, are you choosing an investment mix that

can offer the growth you’ll need to accumulate a sufficient level of retirement savings? Even after you’ve “maxed out” on your IRA and 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement plan, you can find other tax-advantaged vehicles in which to invest for retirement. Again, your financial advisor can help you evaluate the ones that may be suitable for your needs. Still, even after maximizing your investments, you may come up short of what you’ll need, given your desired retirement date. Consequently, you may need to consider working a couple of extra years. If you like your career, you may find that moving out your retirement date isn’t so bad – you’ll bring in more earned income and you may be able to delay taking Social Security, which would eventually result in bigger monthly checks. Plus, you could postpone your withdrawals from your 401(k) and IRA, giving these accounts more time in which to potentially grow. (Keep in mind, though, that once you turn 70-1/2, you’ll have to start taking money from your 401(k) and your traditional IRA.) In any case, do what you can to retire when you want ­­–

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but be flexible enough in your thinking so that you won’t be shocked or dismayed if you need to slightly extend your working years. By “covering your bases”

them to one. If your parents have a relationship with such a professional, they will be less likely to listen to any questionable, unsolicited offers than if they were trying to manage their finances on their own. You’re in a good position to know how much, or how little, help your elderly loved ones may need in terms of avoiding financial abuse. So be willing to do whatever it takes to help them enjoy their retirement years comfortably. This article was written by Edward Jones and submitted by Financial Advisor Joseph Mittica, Joseph.Mittica@edwardjones.com. in this way, you can be ready for whatever comes your way. This article was written by Edward Jones and submitted by Financial Advisor Joseph Mittica, Joseph.Mittica@edwardjones.com.

How Can Younger Investors Cope with Tough Times? As Americans, we’re used to thinking that we will inevitably do better than our parents’ generation. But, for now at least, this type of progress may be facing some roadblocks – and this inability to gain ground, financially, can have real implications for today’s younger people and their approach to investing. Before we get to the investment component, though, let’s quickly review the nature of the problem. In a nutshell, younger Americans – those in their twenties and thirties – have accrued significantly less wealth than their parents did at the same age, according to a recent study by the Urban Institute. Here’s why: Bursting of housing “bubble” – Many younger people who bought houses shortly before the housing “bubble” began deflating in 2006 now find themselves to be “underwater” on their mortgages – that is, they owe more than their houses are worth. Consequently, they have less opportunity to build home equity – which has been an important means of building wealth for past generations. Student-loan debt – The median balance among all households with student loan debt is now more than $13,000, according to the Pew Research Center – and debt levels are much higher for recent gradua-

tes. It can take years to pay off these debts – and the money being used for debt payments is money that can’t go toward building wealth for long-term goals. Wage stagnation – For several years, the job market has been pretty bad for younger workers. And even those with jobs aren’t making much headway, because wages, adjusted for inflation, have largely stagnated for over a decade. Less income clearly equates to less opportunities for investing and creating wealth. Still, even given these somewhat grim realities, younger people can help themselves build resources for the future and make progress toward their long-term goals. If you’re in this group, what can you do? For starters, pay yourself first. Set up an automatic payment each month from your checking or savings account into an investment vehicle, such as an IRA. At first, you may only be able to afford small sums – but, over time, you may be pleasantly surprised at the amount you’ve saved. Next, every time your salary goes up, try to increase the amount you put into See INVESTORS page 11...


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Cocheco Valley Humane Society DOVER – Oh, hello. I am Daisy and yes, it’s hard to believe a girl as gorgeous as me could be in a shelter. But it’s true. I am making the best of things, as any serene middle-aged gal should. I keep my long calico coat immaculate, there is always a twinkle in my green eyes, and I come running for the treat bag. I also get along very well with all the other cats in adoptions. I am a roamer, which means I am free to spend time with other cats out in the main adoptions room. I do resent cats

getting too pushy or in my face, but a lady must expect a certain degree of treatment, I think. Some people have no manners. If you are a gentle person looking for an elegant and sweet companion, please come look me up. I am ever so eager to go home with you. Age: 10 years. Sex: Spayed Female. Breed: Domestic Long Hair. For more information, contact Cocheco Valley Humane Society at 262 County Farm Road in Dover, 603-749-5322, or www. cvhsonline.org.

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Sacred Circle A Sacred Circle Dance will be hosted from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, July 26, at the Portsmouth Center for Yoga and the Arts, 95 Albany St., Portsmouth. A multi-cultural folk dance accessible to many ages, body types and experience levels. Steps taught; no experience or partner needed. Cost: $5. For more information: 603664-2796 or amyla44@juno. com or www.portsmouthyoga. com/vlt6082.htm.

Transition Time With a month left before school starts, it is time to start taking steps to prepare your child for fall schedules and demands. Understand why some children have frequent meltdowns and a lower frustration threshold, while others naturally experience tougher times with transitions, large or small. Cate Jackson from the CATCH program at Portsmouth Regional Hospital will explain why these things happen and share proven strategies to make them happen less. The program is set 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 6, at Families First, 100 Campus Drive, Portsmouth. Free; includes free child care. Advance signup required’ call 422-8208 or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org/programs.cfm.

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...INVESTORS from page 10 your 401(k) or other employersponsored retirement plan. Because you typically contribute pretax dollars to your 401(k) or other plan, the more you put in, the lower your taxable income. Plus, your money can grow on a tax-deferred basis. Here’s another suggestion: Don’t be “over-cautious” with your investments. Many younger investors, apparently nervous due to market volatility of recent years, have become quite conservative, putting re-

latively large amounts of their portfolio into vehicles that offer significant protection of principal but little in the way of growth potential. Of course, the financial markets will always fluctuate, and downturns will occur – but when you’re young, and you have many decades in which to invest, you have time to overcome short-term declines. To achieve your long-term goals, such as a comfortable retirement, you will unquestionably need some growth elements

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* All lease payments 36 mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing. Elantra GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,499 cash or trade due at signing. All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner, Valued Owner, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees.

* All lease payments 36 mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing. Elantra GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,499 cash or trade due at signing. All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner, Valued Owner, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees.

GSS July 26, 2013  

Granite State Sentinel, July 26, 2013

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