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Tall Ships to Visit Portsmouth PORTSMOUTH The Piscataqua Maritime Commission (PMC) proudly hosts Sail Portsmouth each summer, bringing tall ships to the New Hampshire seacoast. Activities include the Parade of Sail, deck tours, Captains’ reception, Day Sails, exhibits, food, music, and souvenirs – A fun event for pirates of all ages! The USCG Eagle will lead The Parade of Sail on Thursday, August 1 at 6 p.m. and boat

owners are encouraged to join the thrilling Parade of Sail up the Piscataqua and escort the Eagle to its berth at the State Pier (Port Authority). Joined by fireboats from the Navy and local fire departments, the Parade of Sail is best witnessed from the good viewing spots on Four Tree Island, the Kittery Point Yacht Club and the Memorial Bridge sidewalk in Portsmouth, the Great Island Common on New Castle Island, and Ft. Foster in

Kittery, ME. A welcoming ceremony will take place shortly after the Eagle docks at the State Pier. During the ceremony the PMC and local dignitaries and politicians make sure the ships, their captains and crews and visitors feel welcome and part of the celebration. The Eagle will be open for tours from Friday, August 2 See SHIPS page 6...

Dover Opens Cooling Centers During Hot, Humid Weather DOVER With summer comes the potential for heat waves and the City of Dover opened cooling centers this past weekend. The cooling centers are located in the McConnell Center cafeteria and at the Public Library. The McConnell Center cooling center can be accessed by using Door #3 and checking in at the Recreation Department front desk for directions. For those unable to utilize the McConnell Center or Library cooling centers during regular hours, the air-conditioned lobby of the Police Station at 46 Chestnut St. and the City’s three fire stations are also available for

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temporary relief from the heat. The Liberty North End Fire Station is located at 262 Sixth St. The Central Fire Station is located at 9-11 Broadway. The South End Fire Station is located at 25 Durham Road. The Police and Fire departments are also available to assist those who need transportation to one of the cooling centers. For those who need emergency shelter, please contact the Dover Police Department at 603-742-4646, or visit the Dover Police Department or any of the City’s three fire stations to request assistance. For emergencies, dial 911. The Jenny Thompson Outdoor Pool is also open with public swimming hours Monday through Friday, noon to 7:30

p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 6 p.m. As the hot and humid weather continues, Fire Chief Paul Haas urges residents to check on elderly neighbors, stay indoors if possible during the hottest part of the day, wear light-colored clothing while outside, and stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids throughout the day. The

combination of heat and high humidity can put people at risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. People who work or exercise outside or in hot environments, and children attending summer camps or outdoor sports practices should take extra precautions. To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational

Safety and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke is an emergency: call 911. Care of pets is also important throughout this weather. Make sure pets have plenty of water to drink and are not left unattended in vehicles, where the temperature can reach 120 degrees quickly. Eversource expects increased use of air conditioners and fans in the coming days. Though high electricity usage during a heat wave can put a strain on the electric system, See HEAT page 5...

Lilly Among Semifinalists for Teaching Award PORTSMOUTH A New Hampshire high school skilled-trades teacher is among 50 teachers and teacher teams from across the country who were named as semifinalists for the 2019 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence. David Lilly, a teacher at Portsmouth High School, and his skilled trades program are in the running for a share of $1 million in total cash awards. Lilly, who teaches automotive technology, was chosen by

an independent panel of judges from among a field of 749 skilled trades teachers who applied for the prize. The semifinalists — some competing as individuals and some as teacher teams — hail from 26 states and specialize in trades including manufacturing, welding, construction, automotive and agriculture mechanics. “We never cease to be amazed by the talent, creativity and resourcefulness of skilled trades educators,” said Danny Corwin, executive director of

Harbor Freight Tools for Schools. “This year’s semifinalists teach more than a dozen trades and have spent a collective 800 years in the classroom—teaching our students critical skills that our country needs—and we couldn’t be more excited to honor their work.” David Lilly has rebuilt his school’s automotive technology program over the last eight years, transforming it into a program certified by the National See LILLY page 6...

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“Perfect Fifth” Anniversary Choral Workshop

DOVER Granite State Choral Society will host its “Perfect Fifth” anniversary singer’s workshop on Saturday, August 10 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Portsmouth Christian Academy, 20 Seaborne Drive in Dover. The workshop is open all interested singers age 14 and older. Learn techniques and skills useful to group singing whether in a small church choir or large community ensemble. All voice parts (STAB) will find this a stimulating and useful day to work on vocal technique, ask questions and learn more about how to achieve the best vocal sound when participating in a choir or small group. Cost for the workshop is $99 and includes a full day of clinics with highly skilled music professionals, lunch, and all materials. Additionally, attendees will receive a 10% dis-

Forgotten History is Subject of History Book Group Meeting

count on member dues if they decide to join Granite State Choral Society for the 2019-20 season. Students up to age 22 will receive 50% off dues with student verification. Students are also eligible to apply for a scholarship to assist with music and concert attire costs next season which begin on September 8. Last day to register is August 5. Registration will be first come, first served so don’t delay! For online registration and payment information, go to www.gschoralsociety.org.

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HAMPTON FALLS Join the Hampton Historical Society history book group on Sunday, August 11, at 4 p.m., to discuss history that had been forgotten. “We’ll be talking about a part of U.S. history that fell between the cracks,” said Barbara Tosiano, who leads the book group. “In school, we study the Revolutionary War and then pick up in the 1800s. But what happened in between? “The book, The Pioneers The Heroic Story of the Settlers who Brought the American Ideal West, by David McCullough, answers that question.” McCullough tells the story of the settling of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin immediately

after the American Revolution based on the Northwest Ordinance, which required the new territory be settled in an orderly manner. It also called for freedom of religion, an emphasis on education and the prohibition of slavery in the new territory. The focus of the book is Marietta, OH, on the Ohio River, which was settled by New Englanders, some of whom were Revolutionary War veterans, who created a New England village there. “We’ll also learn the rest of the story about famous people who had a presence in Ohio such as Aaron Burr, Johnny Appleseed and Harriet Beacher Stowe,” Tosiano noted. Tosiano, who prepares a food item for each meeting that

New Exhibit at Levy Gallery PORTSMOUTH Norm and Aaron Ramsey, an uncle-nephew team, are once again holding a joint exhibit of their photography called “Aperture Priorities - Translating The Moment” at the New Hampshire Art Association’s Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery during the month of August. Both Aaron and Norm share the view that photography, as a means of artistic expression, transcends the objective reality represented by the subject matter in their photographs.

The result is a moment frozen in time attempting to convey the visualization of an emotional, if not cognitive experience, triggered by the subject matter itself. The challenge, as photographic artists, is translating that moment into a meaningful visual experience for the viewer. Norm’s curiosity and interest in photography is traced back to his early childhood when introduced to his aunt’s Polaroid Land Camera and has remained with him ever since.

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His nearly 36 years in business may have not allowed as much time for photography as he would have liked, but he did produce much of marketing images used during that time and still managed to obtain a Certificate of Graduation in Professional Photography from the New York Institute of Photography. Since then, continued education in various aspects of the art, including the post-editing processes available today has allowed for Norm’s photographic expression to transcend simple picture taking, extending beyond the technical aspects of the craft. Norm’s nephew Aaron has been practicing in the art of photography for the past 18 See LEVY page 3...

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Seacoast Artists and Activists Rally to Save Great Bay PORTSMOUTH / KITTERY, ME Sixteen of the region’s best-known artists will fan out across the seacoast’s waterways, marshes and inlets on July 27-28 for a two-day “paint out” culminating in a live auction to benefit the Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper Program on Sunday, July 28, 3-6pm at The View at Pepperrell Cove in Kittery Point. “Great Bay Plein Air” will raise financial support and awareness for the Conservation Law Foundation’s (CLF) Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper program, headquartered at Strawbery Banke, Portsmouth, NH, while it celebrates the beauty, tastes, and talent across the Great Bay-Piscataqua region. “A lot of artists I know adore the bay’s beauty, but under the surface it’s hurting,” said Christopher Volpe, a frequent seacoast painter and artist who initiated the idea of a benefit art auction. “It’s lost 90 percent of its oysters and more than half of its underwater seagrass meadows in just the last 15 or 20 years. If we can do something about it, we should.” While they may look

healthy, the seacoast’s waterways are under siege from multiple factors, concurs Melissa Paly, the Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper. “With all the growth in the region, we have too much pollution getting into our rivers and bays from sewage treatment facilities, roads, parking lots, septic systems, lawns, and more. We’re seeing a downward spiral of ecological changes that are really troubling,” said Paly. “The good news is that we are making some headway, and we have the knowledge and tools to restore water quality – we just need the political will to make it happen.” The artists will capture the beloved views of the seacoast’s rivers, bays, and coastline, and then immediately offer the newly painted artworks for sale. The culminating gala cocktail party and “wet paint” auction, hosted by professional auctioneer Ailie Byers of Alpenglow Benefit Auctioneers, will take place at The View at Pepperell Cove, with sweeping views of Kittery Point and Portsmouth Harbor from New Castle to Odiorne Point. According to the organizers, the event will

feature local craft beers, Little Bay oysters, Squamscott sodas, and other locally-sourced food and beverages. Participating artists are Karen Blackwood, MJ Blanchette, Todd Bonita, Mary Byrom, Alastair Dacey,

Club Members Show in Boston SEACOAST Barclay Jackson and Laura Lindop, talented members of the Piscataqua Garden Club, recently participated in this year’s Art in Bloom at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston this past April. Each garden club team had been assigned one art object which they interpreted with a floral arrangement to be displayed next to the art. Different arrangements will be on display throughout the museum by 50 garden clubs from across New England. Arrangers were introduced to their art objects in February, which could be a painting, sculpture, piece of furniture, or musical instrument, and have carefully planned their floral interpretation, often based on

Local Artist Creates a Mural at The Chase Home PORTSMOUTH Recently, local artist Natalee Miller created a mural in the girls dorm at The Chase Home in Portsmouth. For Miller, the opportunity to work with The Chase Home was special in a multitude of ways. “I love doing murals and working larger than I do on a day to day basis,” she said. “They gave me total artistic freedom, which is very rare and kind of a dream project. Most of my work and style also revolves around the female experience in some way, so it was a no-brainer.” An illustrator and designer, she said she has had the urge lately to “go large scale and play with interiors and spaces more,” which made the project at The Chase Home even more enjoyable. “I love doing murals and treating walls like a huge sheet of drawing paper,” said Miller, who said all her works tends to reflect a revolving collection of themes and things that inspire her. She does tend to work with common conceptual threads that generally relate to history, nostalgia and fashion. “I also can’t seem to break away from the late ‘70s and ‘80s no matter what I do,” she laughed. In total, the took her about 15 hours to complete. “I had to work in small

Donald Demers, David and Pam Lussier, Stan Moeller, Lennie Mullaney, Lisa Noonis, Bill Paarlberg, Kathleen Robbins, Wendy Turner, Sam Vokey, and Christopher Volpe. Tickets and additional information can be found at www.clf.org/greatbay2019, 617 850-1729, or mpaly@clf.org.

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...LEVY from page 2 years, however he has been snapping photos for as long as he can remember. Having discovered a professional passion for the craft in the streets of Paris, France, while studying abroad, he set out to enhance his knowledge upon return at both the New England Institute of Art and the Maine Media Workshops in Rockport, Maine. Aaron currently employs his skills as a professional landscape photographer, capturing the Maine Coast – often in its most violent form. His love for storms, dynamic weather patterns, and raging seas is what drives his vision. His work can be seen around Ogunquit, Maine, in landmark restaurants and hotels, and is occasionally shown at the New Hampshire Art Association The exhibit can be seen at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, South Gallery, 136 State Street in Portsmouth through September 1. An opening reception will be on Friday, August 2, 5-8 p.m.

Pontine Theatre Receives Grant from National Endowment for the Arts PORTSMOUTH National Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $80 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2019. Included in this announcement is an Art Works

grant of $10,000 to Pontine Theatre (NH Mime Co. d/b/a Pontine) for its regional touring program. Art Works is the Arts Endowment’s principal grant making program. The agency received 1,592 Art Works applications for this round of See GRANT page 5...

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time increments while school was in session so I wouldn’t be in the way,” she said. Miller noted she also had the chance to meet some of the youth who live at The Chase Home. “They did keep me company a few times and it was fun and hilarious,” she said. “Everyone I met there was great.” The Chase Home Executive Director Meme Wheeler expressed appreciation for Miller’s artistic contribution. “It is wonderful to have this place feel as much like a home as possible,” she said. “The girls love this mural and so do we as a staff.” Miller said she is also thankful that she was “handed this wall and trusted to do [her] thing.” “The whole experience was great,” she added. “Everyone was incredibly warm and accommodating, and I’m hon-

ored to have my work at The Chase Home. Founded in 1877, The Chase Home in Portsmouth is one of the oldest nonprofits in New Hampshire, serving more than 140 at-risk youth annually statewide through prevention, early intervention, residential and community-based programs. Some youth are served in the community while others live at The Chase Home. To learn more about The Chase Home, visit www.chasehome. org.

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People and Business Profiles

Scott Beattie Newest Parnters Bank Commercial Lender PORTSMOUTH Partners Bank (formerly SIS) is pleased to announce Scott Beattie as its newest commercial lender for its Portsmouth branch. In this position, Beattie will be responsible for soliciting and servicing prospective customers with a variety of commercial loans, as well as generating and managing a commercial loan portfolio and corresponding business relationships. Beattie brings over 15 years of experience in lending and business development to the SIS team. Prior to joining SIS, Beattie held the position of Vice President, Commercial Loan Officer for The Provident Bank, where he managed the Bank’s business loan portfolio and orig-

inated millions of dollars in new loan opportunities each year. Beattie, who resides in Stratham, has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Wheaton College of Norton, MA, and currently serves as the Treasurer and Board member for the Hampton Chamber of Commerce.

SOS Recovery Community Organization Receives Grant Award SEACOAST SOS Recovery Community Organization (SOS) has been named the recipient of one of the awards for the 2019 Capacity Building Opportunity Grant, an intensive technical assistance opportunity for peer-run, recovery community, family-run, and youth- and young adult-run organizations. This technical assistance opportunity is offered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Bringing Recovery Supports to Scale Technical Assistance Center Strategy (BRSS TACS). This is the second consecutive year SOS has applied for and received the BRSS-TACS Capacity Building Opportunity Grant. The grant, which is not a monetary award, focuses on evidence-based technical assistance. According to SOS Director John Burns, in 2018 SOS engaged in this technical assistance for building capacity around peer recovery support services for criminal justice programs and re-entry. SOS utilized that support and assistance to build a very successful program for criminal justice supports in Strafford County. The 2019 application was accepted to allow SOS to focus on workforce development through peer recovery

support services. “We are excited and honored to take part in this program.” There is a clear need to build workforce in NH and we know we have many participants in our program that are seeking a meaningful and productive career in the workforce,” said Burns. “We hope to use this to improve our programs and abilities to build recovery friendly workplaces and connect participants in our programs to employers and supports.” The mission of SOS is to reduce stigma and harm associated with substance use by providing safe space and peerbased supports for people in all stages of recovery.

The Chase Home Expands In-Home Program PORTSMOUTH In response to community needs, The Chase Home continues to expand its In-Home Program, which provides families struggling with drug and alcohol abuse or juvenile problems direct care within their homes. “It is really important to work within the families environment,” said Executive Director Meme Wheeler, who said the program is in its fourth year of operation. “It allows us to understand what is going on in the home.”  Recently, The Chase Home hired Kelsey Fitta as a second in-home worker in March.  “I enjoy the work I do and feel that it’s important in helping build a better relationship between the youth and their family,” she said. “At these

visits, I cover anything from talking about how their week has gone, discussing better communication, mediating arguments, or talking about school.” In addition to Fitta, Jyana Jordan has worked in the home-based services program for the past year and at The Chase Home for the past three years. “In the past year, I have been a part of many cases that supported teens and their fami-

One Sky Community Service Adds New Staff Members PORTSMOUTH One Sky Community Services is pleased to announce that Keryn Bernard-Kriegl and Vincent A. DiPiero have recently joined the organization as the Director of Service Coordination and Chief Financial Officer respectively. “One Sky is excited to have both these individuals on board as they both bring a lot to the table to help us in addressing the issues that will help propel the organization into the future more effectively and efficiently,” stated Chris Muns, CEO of One Sky Community Services. Keryn provides comprehensive experience and skills

in program management and coordination, problem-solving solutions and financial management. She is the former Executive Director of the New Hampshire Children’s Trust, where she led the organization for nine years in advocating for the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Before that she was the Program Director at Families First for 8 years, where she coordinated work teams from all departments to reach strategic goals and improve family and patient outcomes. In 2015 she received the Excellence in Nonprofit Management Award from the NH Charitable Foundation and is a graduate of Leadership New Hampshire.

Spring Village at Dover Completes Director Team DOVER Spring Village at Dover, an assisted living community specializing in memory care, is pleased to announce that they have completed the hiring of their Director team with the addition of a Director of Nursing, Maintenance Director, and Dining Services Director. Allison Sullivan-Smith will join Spring Village at Dover as the Director of Nursing. A graduate of St. Joseph’s School of Nursing, Allison has been a practicing nurse for over

lies in identifying problems, barriers to success, and triggers for emotional outbursts,” she said. “I have helped create structure, consistency, coping skills, and improve overall communication, which led to teens being able to remain in their home.” As part of the program, families are connected to a variety of services, including therapy, psychiatry, or section 8 housing. For more information, visit www.chasehome.org.

25 years. She has continued a family nursing tradition as a third-generation nurse and brings an extensive background in Long Term Care, Assisted Living, Memory/Dementia care, and Hospice. Working in the field of geriatrics gives Allison great pleasure. She states that she, “appreciates the opportunity to make a real difference in the life of individuals and their families.” Nicholas Griffin joins Spring Village at Dover as Maintenance Director. Nick

is pleased to be back with Woodbine Senior Living, LLC, having worked with them in the past as the Maintenance Director for their community in Rye, NH. He has worked in various areas of property maintenance since 1998, and is also a member of the Strafford County Board of Realtors. Nick says that he, “welcomes the opportunity to create a ‘culture of enthusiasm.’” Rob Caron joins Spring Village at Dover as the Dining Services Director. Rob’s gift is

Vincent DiPiero brings over 25 years of accounting and management experience that includes budgeting, financial reporting, G/L, A/R, and A/P, tax filings, banking relations, accounting system implementation and payroll processing. He is the former Financial Controller for the Pinkerton Academy, Granite State Hospitality, both in New Hampshire, and Pioneer Medical Systems in Massachusetts. He has also served as a private financial consultant for many profit and nonprofit organizations. One Sky Community Services is located at 755 Banfield Road, Suite 3 in Portsmouth.

feeding people. Rob states that he is, “eager to make our residents happy through special treats and meals that will provide them with the comforts of home.” He began working in restaurants and kitchens while still in his teens. Over the years, he has worked in a variety of kitchens as well as spending many years catering weddings, birthdays, and other functions. Most recently, Rob spent eight happy years at the Gafney Home in Rochester. To learn more, visit www. springvillagedover.com or visit 35 Pointe Place, Dover.


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~ News ~ ...HEAT from page 1 Eversource said it is prepared to meet that increased demand and its crews are ready to respond to any outages or issues that arise. Eversource offers these hot weather tips to help customers stay comfortable and save energy and money: Increase the temperature on air conditioners. Keep air conditioners set at a moderate temperature throughout the day as cranking the unit up after work uses more electricity. Programmable thermostats or temperature timers can also help keep costs manageable, especially when away from home. Keep air conditioner filters and coils clean. Clean air conditioner filters and coils at

least every three months. Dirty filters block air flow, reducing efficiency and making it harder to deliver the cool air. Don’t block air flow. Keep air vents clear of obstructions such as furniture, curtains and rugs. For those with central air and floor vents, consider using vent deflectors to direct and increase the reach of cooled air. Seal home cracks and gaps. Seal cracks or gaps in walls and outlets, and window and door frames, to keep cool air from escaping and letting hot air in. Save major appliance use until the evening. Help conserve energy by using appliances like clothes washers and dryers early in the morning or late in the evening, when there is less demand on the electric system. Here are some additional

tips from Dover Fire and Rescue to help prevent heat-related illness: Stay out of the sun as much as possible. Avoid strenuous activity during the hottest part of the day (between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.) and take regular breaks from physical activity. Wear sunscreen and loose, lightweight, light-colored clothing to help keep cool. Never leave children, seniors, pets, or people with health conditions in a parked vehicle, even briefly. Temperatures can become dangerous within a few minutes. Check on your neighbors, especially seniors and people with a chronic illness, to see if they need assistance. Use air conditioning to cool down. People who do not have

an air conditioner can go to an air-conditioned public building, such as a public library or shopping mall, for a few hours. Drink plenty of fluids – don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink. Water is best. Avoid alcohol, caffeine and sugary drinks. Be aware that some medicines affect the body’s ability to sweat and stay cool. Do NOT stop taking medication unless instructed to do so by your healthcare provider. When the body is unable to cool itself sufficiently by sweating, heat exhaustion can result. Symptoms of heat exhaustion include cool, moist, pale, or flushed skin; heavy sweating; headache; nausea or vomiting; dizziness; fatigue. If you are experiencing heat exhaustion, drink cool beverages, seek air conditioning, rest,

~ Calendar of Events ~ Thursday, August 1 Multicultural Concert at Portsmouth Book & Bar

Songs of a Parisian Cafe to a Greek Taverna can be heard starting at 8 p.m. at Portsmouth Book & Bar, 40 Pleasant Street in Portsmouth. Lucie Therrien will kick things off with her eclectic repertoire of French, Spanish, and English music. Carol and Chuck Coronis will rock out at 9 p.m. with hypnotically driving Greek and Turkish music. $5 cover charge. FMI: portsmouthbookandbar@gmail.com or 603 427 9197.

Exeter Hospital’s Offers Revolutionary Story Time

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Revolutionary Story Time! turns Folsom Tavern at the American Independence Museum into a place for kids, ages 3-5, 2-4 p.m. FMI: www.independencemuseum.org.

Saturday, August 3 Free Admission Day at Independence Museum

As part of the New Hampshire Museum Trail events this month, the American Independence Museum will express its appreciation for residents in SAU 16 with Free Admission Day. Sponsored by Kennebunk Savings, the day will provide free admission to residents of Exeter, Brentwood, Kingston, Newfields, and Stratham as well as town employees, including teachers, with valid

ID. FMI: www.nhmuseumtrail.org.

Monday, August 5 Free Bike Clinic in Exeter

Build confidence bicycling in traffic with the help of certified bicycling instructors. For ages 14+, helmets required, 5:30-7:30 p.m. For details visit: www.seacoastbikes.org.

Wednesday, August 7 Morning Mixer

Portsmouth Christian Academy, 20 Easborne Drive, Dover, invites members to a morning networking opportunity 8-9 a.m. Pre-registration is required and is limited to 30 participants. Register at www.dovernh.org. Starting at 8 a.m., join members for speed networking!

Friday, August 9 She Funk at 3S Art Space

“Put a glide in your stride, a dip in yo’ hip and come on up to the mothership” with She Funk, a 12-piece band bringing the best from the ‘70-80s. 8 p.m. at 3S Art Space, 319 Vaughan Street in Portsmouth. $10 Member, $15 advanced, $20 date of sale.

Sunday, August 11 Breast Cancer Fundraiser

There will be a seaside fundraising gala and cocktail party to support Seacoast NH/ME Breast Cancer Patients at Wentworth by the Sea Country Club, 60 Wentworth Road in Rye, 5-8 p.m. FMI: 603759-5640.

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and remove heavy clothing. If left untreated, heat stroke can result. Heat stroke is life threatening. Symptoms of heat stroke include red skin that is hot to the touch; changes in consciousness; rapid, weak pulse; and rapid, shallow breathing. The body temperature may rise dramatically and the skin may feel dry. Move someone experiencing heat stroke to a cool place and seek emergency medical assistance. For more information, contact Dover Fire and Rescue at 603-516-6148. ...GRANT from page 3 grant making, and will award 977 grants in this category. “These awards, reaching every corner of the United States, are a testament to the artistic richness and diversity in our country,” said Mary Anne Carter, acting chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. “Organizations such as Pontine Theatre are giving people in their community the opportunity to learn, create, and be inspired.” The NEA grant will support Pontine’s regional tour of original stage works that explore the literature and culture of New England. The tour will serve largely rural communities through partnerships with libraries, museums, and historical societies as well as programs presented at assisted living communities and senior centers. For more information, visit www.arts.gov.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Hi Elizabeth, I just have a simple question, what is the key combination for shutting down a window when it won’t X out? I use Windows 7. Thanks so much, Arlene

Answers to this week’s puzzles!

Dear Arlene, When you want to close a window and either can’t get to the X or it is not responding, you can use the keyboard combination, “Alt + F4”. When you hold down the Alt key, and press the F4 key (located in the top row of the keyboard) it closes the active window. If you tap the F4 key repeatedly until all windows are closed, it will then begin a shutdown of Windows. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I was looking at your response to shut down windows 10 computer just hit the power button on the computer and shut it down. It is the easiest way I find on laptops. Not sure if it is OK to use on table tops. Has not hurt my lapt top at all. Albert Dear Albert, Pressing the power button is an acceptable way to shut down your computer, you just need to be aware of a couple of things. Always press and release the power button to start the shutdown process. If you hold the power button for 4 or

more seconds, it will shut the power off to the computer without doing the proper shut down procedure which will damage your computer over time. Turning your computer off with the power button might not be actually shutting it down, but instead putting it to sleep. Since you need to shut down your computer once a day to keep it running smoothly, you will need to make sure that is what pressing the power button is set up to do. You can access these settings in the Control Panel under Power Options. Make sure it says, “Shut Down” next to, “When I press the power button” and click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the window. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I bought a new computer running Windows 10. I’m learning new things. I transferred almost all of my info from my older computer, but it won’t let me transfer 3 files, favorites, contacts and links. HELP! Thanks you for all of your help in the past. Jay Dear Jay,

I’m not sure what you used to do your transfer, but I can help you copy your favorites, contacts and links from one computer to the other. On your old computer you will need to open two explorer windows. One for a temporary storage device like a USB drive, and the other for your computer. Place the two windows side by side on your desktop so that you can see the contents of each folder. On the window for your computer, go to your C: drive and open it. On your C: drive, you should see a folder called, “Users” double click to open it, then double click on your user name (the one that you use when you log into your computer) You should now see a folder containing your documents folder, along with your favorites, contacts and links. Now, drag each folder that you want to transfer from the C: drive window to the external hard drive window, the computer will copy that folder and all sub-folders to the external hard drive. When you have finished copying the files, take the USB drive to your new comput-

er, and repeat the steps above, only this time copy from the USB drive to your new computer’s hard drive. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I need to know what security that you recommend for windows 10. Best if free but most inexpensive. I do not do alot of surfing the internet or play games. Thanks, Susan Dear Susan, The security software that I prefer and use on my computer is Emsisoft Anti-Malware. It is less than $30/year which is far less than many of the other security suites. When you consider the cost of having viruses and malware cleaned out of your computer, this is a great deal. If you are not sure about it, Emsisoft does have a 30 day free version. That way you can try it out and make sure it works on your computer. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. To submit a question, email her at elizabeth.boston@gmail.com.


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Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) that offers articulated credit at several local colleges. Students in Lilly’s class run a live shop, interacting with customers as they write repair orders, diagnose problems and select parts for repair. Lilly offers several of his students independent study placements at local dealerships. In 2019, Lilly’s students placed seventh at the National Automotive Technology Competition, bringing his program a boost in reputation and industry attention. The semifinalists now

~ News ~ advance to a second round of competition, where they will be asked to respond to online expert-led video learning modules designed to solicit their insights and creative ideas about teaching practices. Two rounds of judging, each by separate independent panels of reviewers, will narrow the field to 18 finalists and, finally, name the three first-place and 15 second-place winners. Winners will be announced on October 24. The 18 winners will split $1 million in prizes. First-place winners will each receive $100,000, with $70,000 going to their public high school skilled trades program and $30,000 to the individual skilled trades teacher or

teacher team behind the winning program. Second-place winners will each be awarded $50,000, with $35,000 going to their public high school program and $15,000 to the teacher or team. Past winners have dedicated their winnings to modernizing their shops, investing in specialized tools, promoting their programs to families and purchasing equipment to prepare students for higher-level accreditations. Semifinalists whose school, district or state policy prohibits receipt of the individual portion of prize earnings were eligible to apply on behalf of their school’s skilled trades program. If they win, the entire prize will be awarded to the school.

...SHIPS from page 1 through Sunday, August 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Since the USCG Eagle is owned by the American people, there is no charge for tours however, the public is asked to consider a donation to the Piscataqua Maritime Commission to help the organization continue to offer their Sea Challenge sail training program. A family donation of $20 will include a one year membership to the PMC that includes our newsletter delivered electronically. Other vessels to see this year is the 170-foot Mystic and “America’s Privateer”, Lynx. Mystic, a three-masted, gaff-rigged, square-topsail schooner requires a crew of 14 to manage her 13 sails, but with her

34-foot beam there’s plenty of room aboard. She has 17 cabins and her main salon seats 38 for dining. Her main mast is 110 feet tall! Mystic’s public tours will also include a special tour inside the vessel where visitors can see where the crew lives. Two of her deck houses, including the main salon with its teak trim, and its forward navigation house, open to the public. The beautiful 122-foot, two-masted topsail schooner Lynx returns to Portsmouth after several years. She is a replica of an early privateer from the War of 1812. With her sharply raked masts, and a low-slung design, she was built for speed, so as to avoid the British ships blockad-

ing our ports, but her 6-pound cannons made her more than a match for the British merchant shipping on which she preyed. Lynx considers Portsmouth her homeport and see will be arriving will be arriving Wednesday July 30 prior to the beginning of Sail Portsmouth. She will initially be docked in New Castle, and will be offering two-hour ocean sails to the public Wednesday through Friday. Viewing points all along the river in Maine and New Hampshire plus the Memorial bridge sidewalk. For more information, call the Piscataqua Maritime Commission at 603-353-0308 or visit www.sailportsmouthnh.org.

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~ Library News ~ Dover Public Library The Stargazer Kit!

Teach yourself the planets and constellations of the night sky by borrowing the Dover Public Library’s NEW Stargazer Kit. The Stargazer Kit is a backpack that contains binoculars designed for astronomical use, a rotating star finder, a Sky Atlas designed for stargazing with binoculars, a step-by-step guide to finding stars, and a red LED flashlight so you can refer to books and charts without ruining your night vision. And remember, the library’s children’s room also has two StarBlast 4.5 Astronomical Telescopes you can borrow. These powerful instruments will show the moon and deep sky objects in far more detail than could be seen with a common beginner’s telescope.

For More Information

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

Lane Memorial Library Scottish Music with Fiddle and Cello

The Lane Memorial Librar y’s Summer Concert Series ends with traditional Scottish music with fiddle and cello on Tuesday, July 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Lane Room. Elizabeth and Ben Anderson blend Scottish tunes with lively rhythms and innovative harmonies to create a sound rooted in tradi-

tion, inspired by the contemporary, and completely original.

Touch-a-Truck

Come explore police cars, fire trucks, construction vehicles and many others! This will be a quiet, sensory-friendly event, with no horn honking on Friday, August 2, 10 a.m. to noon at Centre School parking lot.

Paper Craft Event

On Thursday, August 1, 2-3 p.m., teens can join D&D Dungeon Master, Sarah Terry, for a special paper craft. Teens will be making handmade journals and handdrawn item card and loot packs.

Dungeons and Dragons Night

On Friday, August 2, 4 - 8 p.m., the library will host an after-hours D&D Game Night. Bring your books, characters, and dice or use a prerolled character. Dungeon Masters will be on hand to lead campaigns.

Red Sox Ticket Raffle

Get tickets for the Red Sox Ticket Raffle! Raffle tickets are available at the Circulation Desk. Win 2 tickets to the Boston Red Sox vs New York Yankees game, Loge Box Seats - First Base on Saturday, September 7. Raffle tickets: $1 ea. or 6 / $5 or 25 / $20. Winning ticket drawn August 20. Need not be present to win.

For More Information

Call the library at 603-926-3368 or visit www.hampton.lib.nh.us.

~ Puzzles ~ CLUES ACROSS 1. Cash dispenser 4. Air pollution 8. Illegal seizure 10. Shop 11. Besides 12. Spanish dish 13. Protective covering of seeds 15. Greedy eater

16. Existing only in the mind 17. Make rough 18. Cooperation 21. A way to consume 22. Strike out a batter in baseball 23. Swiss river 24. 2K pounds 25. Domesticated animal 26. Surrounds the Earth

27. Legendary actress 34. Seattle ballplayer 35. Bluish greens 36. Carrying of a boat 37. Having a particular shape 38. Takes advantage of 39. The Destroyer (Hindu) 40. Basmati and saffron are two 41. Leak slowly through

42. Parrots 43. Midway between south and southeast CLUES DOWN 1. Vinegary 2. Ohio town 3. Bivalve mollusk 4. Type of hat 5. Liquefied by heat

6. Synthetic acrylic fiber 7. Wild or sweet cherry 9. Flower segment 10. Lizard-like 12. What politicians stand on 14. Pie _ __ mode 15. Indian city 17. Old TV part (abbr.) 19. Assaults 20. Paddle 23. Types of photos 24. Dorothy’s friend was made of this 25. Soirees 26. Scottish port 27. Percussion instrument 28. Auto industry icon Iacocca 29. Type of drug 30. Historic city in Germany 31. Animal disease 32. Some like them in martinis 33. Get away 34. Entertainment 36. Where ballgames are played

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