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Local MS Patient to Ride in Seacoast Escape for a Cure SEACOAST Hundreds of cyclists will set out on Saturday, August 24, for Bike MS: Seacoast Escape, to make a difference in the lives of nearly one million people living with multiple sclerosis in the U.S. Among them will be Brenda Ryan, of Durham, who was diagnosed with the disease in 1981 at the age of 22. MS is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system that interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body.

Symptoms range from numbness and tingling to blindness and paralysis. “My initial symptoms were tightness around one half of my trunk, and numbness

and weakness in my leg,” Ryan said. She also recalled a time not being able to climb up some stairs as she said, “I had to have someone carry me up the stairs. The next day I went to the doctor, he told me he thought I had MS.” By participating in the ride, Brenda hopes to raise money for research and more treatment options for herself and others living with MS. “I think of myself as pretty lucky because I haven’t had symptoms for almost 30 years, but there a lot of other people

out there who are not so lucky” she said. “I have family and friends who have chronic MS with debilitating symptoms. I want to raise awareness and research money for this disease.” This year, cyclists are inspired by a new study conducted by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society which shows more than twice as many people in the U.S. are living with multiple sclerosis than previously thought. “Unfortunately, I believe the more people who have MS, the more attention the disease will get,” she said. “Since I was

diagnosed almost 40 years ago, the extensive research done has led to the availability of more MS controlling medications. I do have hope that they will find a cure for this disease during my lifetime.” Ryan has a fundraising goal of $5,500. Bike MS: New Hampshire Seacoast Escape has a 7:30 a.m. start at Stratham Hill Park, 270 Portsmouth Avenue (Route 33) in Stratham, with the 60-mile route taking riders as far as the Maine-NH border and inland. For more information, go to www.bikeMS.org or call 855-372-1331.

Local Hospital First to Offer Innovative TCAR Procedure PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Regional Hospital is the first on the Seacoast to treat carotid artery disease and prevent future strokes using a new procedure called TransCarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR). TCAR (tee-kahr) is a clinically proven, minimally invasive and safe approach for patients who are at high risk for surgery and need carotid artery treatment. Carotid artery disease is a form of atherosclerosis, or a buildup of plaque, in the two

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main arteries in the neck that supply oxygen-rich blood to the brain. If left untreated, carotid artery disease can often lead to stroke; it is estimated to be the source of stroke in up to a third of cases, with 400,000 new diagnoses of the disease made every year in the U.S. alone. “TCAR is an important new option in the fight against stroke, and is particularly suited for the large portion of patients we see who are at higher risk of complications from carotid surgery due to age, anatomy,

health history, or other medical conditions,” said Jessica Wallaert, MD, Vascular Surgeon at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. “Because of its low stroke risk and faster patient recovery, I believe TCAR represents an important step forward in the treatment of carotid disease.” Prior to this intervention, the main treatment option for severe carotid artery disease was an open surgical procedure called carotid endarterectomy (CEA). CEA removes plaque from inside the carotid artery

to restore normal blood flow to the brain, but the large incision leaves a visible scar the length of the neck and carries risks of surgical complications, including bleeding, infection, heart attack and cranial nerve injuries. “TCAR is unique in that blood flow is temporarily reversed during the procedure so that any small bits of plaque that may break off are diverted away from the brain, preventing a stroke from happening. A stent is then placed inside the

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Victorian Architecture Program at the Library DOVER The Friends of the Dover Public Library will host a fascinating program by Dr. Richard Guy Wilson entitled “Wild and Colorful: Victorian Architecture in New Hampshire” on Tuesday evening, August 20 at 7 p.m. in the Lecture Hall at the Dover Public Library. Richard Guy Wilson is the Commonwealth Professor of Architectural History at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since 1976. He has been a summer resident of NH since 1964. Wilson has run the Victorian Society in America’s summer school since 1978

and is considered an expert on architecture from the 18th to the 21st centuries. His presentation will vi-

sually explore the tremendous legacy of our state’s architecture from the Victorian period (1820-1914). Dr. Wilson will

present examples of exuberant Victorian-era buildings across NH (including some homes in Dover) in houses, hotels, mills, city halls, courthouses, and churches, with references to gardens, furniture, and other elements of the built environment. He will explore elements of visual literacy and point out how architecture can reflect the cultural and civic values of its time and place. This lecture has been made possible by a grant from New Hampshire Humanities and is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Dover Public Library at 603-516-6050.

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HAMPTON Join the Hampton Historical Society (HHS) for its 18th Annual Southern Pig Roast to be held on Saturday, August 24, 12-2:30 p.m., on the grounds of the Tuck Museum of Hampton History at 40 Park Avenue. Enjoy fresh, succulent pork, roasted overnight over wood coals, applesauce, homemade baked beans and brown bread, salads, and lots of desserts. For those not partial to pork, there will be other choices from the grill. Spend a pleasant afternoon under tents enjoying your meal while listening to music by the Billy Billy Band, back by popular

demand. Place your bids on the many items in the silent auction held in the historic barn, and try your luck with the 50/50 raffle. Snack on free popcorn throughout the event prepared by Hampton resident Ron Frigon in his 100-year-old popcorn wagon. Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for students ages 9-16, and free for children 8 and under accompanied by an adult. Tickets are available at Marelli’s Market in Hampton, the Hampton Parks and Recreation office, the Tuck Museum, and via PayPal at www.hamptonhistoricalsociety. org. For more information call 603-929-0781.

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ACT ONE Celebrates Neil Simon PORTSMOUTH Artists’ Collaborative Theatre’s Festival 2019 celebrates the unmatched legacy of beloved American playwright Neil Simon with I Ought To Be In Pictures, running August 16 - September 1 at the West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington Street in Portsmouth. The story revolves around screenwriter Herb Tucker, his writer’s block and a guilty conscience for leaving his family sixteen years ago. But Fate comes knocking when his 19year old daughter shows up at his door with plans to become a star. Libby Tucker is someone you’ll never forget - a spitfire of a girl full of hope who offers her father a second chance at life and love...if he’s brave enough to take it. Danielle Howard directs an all-star cast, with Michael Walsh as Herb, Hannah Wagner as Libby, and Donna

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Author Meg Mitchell Moore to Speak at The Music Hall PORTSMOUTH On Tuesday, August 20, author Meg Mitchell Moore will visit The Music Hall Loft, 131 Congress Street, Portsmouth, with her new novel The Islanders, a delicious summer story of three strangers who meet and grow close, sharing unexpected romance, well-meaning lies, and damaging secrets. The 7 p.m. event includes an author presentation and Q&A, plus a postevent book signing and meetand-greet. The ticket package for Writers in the Loft: Meg Mitch-

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ “Deuces Wild” to Open at Players’ Ring PORTSMOUTH “It’s de rigueur in LA to write a couple of scripts and pitch it for a television series,” said Elliott, who moved from the Seacoast eight years ago. But Elliott decided to turn his sketches into one-act plays. And not only is he bringing two of these plays to the Seacoast for “Somebody Dies,” he also brought a Tony Award-winning actor. Kent Klineman, known for playing the role of Stanley in the 1999 revival Broadway Production of “Death of a Salesman,” will be the lead in both of Elliott’s one-acts about, yes, somebody dying. “You don’t know the characters or the story or what the play is about, but you know that — you guessed it — somebody dies,” said Elliott about this double dose of dark comedy. “Deuces Wild” opens in some version of heaven with Jehovah and Allah playing poker. The stakes are human souls ascending to their reward when a suicide bomber arrives after detonating a bomb in Tel Aviv. “Bad Relationship” opens with a view onto a marriage

that has been destroyed by alcohol, sarcasm, sloth, infidelity and rage. It is a Wimbledon match of insults and abuse, finally resolved in a mutual decision to get drunk together. One of them does not make it very far into the play. The two one-acts ended up at the Players’ Ring because Elliott happened to be in York, spending time with family, when he realized the Portsmouth theater was holding its’ annual Producers Meeting. He wandered over to the theater on Marcy Street and successfully pitched his one-act plays. Although Elliott wrote the initial script, John Breneman of Portsmouth, a longtime collaborator of Elliot’s, added characters, pop references and his own touch. Each of the plays includes five characters, most of whom Elliott cast after he arrived in York this summer. “He is Allah and I’m Jehovah,” said Elliot, whose day job involves writing magazine and ad copy for Guitar Center, a national retail chain. While living the Seacoast, he wrote a weekly local news column and sporadic feature stories for seacoaston-

line.com. Elliott recruited Klineman earlier this year. They met each other over a year ago when Elliott saw Klineman on stage in a jam session in Los Angeles and rushed the stage. Klineman was playing and singing “La Bamba,” recalled Elliott, “and I’m a pretty good trumpet player so I charged the stage and played a pretty wicked solo.” Fortunately, Klineman got a kick out of Elliott’s move and his music and they became friends. Realizing it would be hard to pull off the play from the West Coast, Elliott invited Klineman to play the lead in both shows. Klineman agreed, so Elliott found himself hiring an equity actor. “Somebody Dies” will be performed Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, Aug. 16 to 25, at the Players’ Ring Theatre at 105 Marcy St. in Portsmouth, with shows Fridays and Saturdays at 10 p.m. and Sundays at 9 p.m. Tickets are $14 with discounts for students, seniors, and Players’ Ring members. Reservations can be made at playersring.org or by calling 603-4368123.

Local Writer Releases Latest in Mystery Series PORTSMOUTH This summer, local author Darcy Scott presents “Ragged Island”. This spellbinding page-turner is the third in a series of Maine Island mysteries which have collectively won a number of awards. The series protagonist, a Maine botanist, university professor/playboy, travels island to island supposedly cataloging plants when he’s really meddling in island affairs and becoming involved in a series of grisly murders. In Ragged Island, Gil “Hodge” Hodges returns to Matinicus, the set-

ting of the first book in the series, in hopes of settling a few scores and coming to grips with his troubled past, only to find himself embroiled even more deeply in the life of the island. Scott has published five books over the last nine years. She is every bit as adventurous as her characters. Scott and her husband split their time between a residence in Lee, and the coast of Maine where they live aboard a sailboat in the warmer months, bouncing between their moorings in Kittery and Rockland. Scott’s inspiration for

Ragged Island came from a dangerous situation she experienced. “A storm at sea forced me to take refuge in the harbor on the remote, real island of Matinicus just outside Penobscot Bay — a place bursting with atmosphere and possibility: a wild west-meetsbeeper-generation lifestyle, an unbelievable 22 species of wild orchid, and the ghost of a child some 200 years dead,” she said. Scott’s books can be purchased at www.maineauthorspublishing.com, www.riverrunbookstore.com, and on Amazon.

Sheafe Warehouse Features NHAA’s Summer Exhibit PORTSMOUTH The New Hampshire Art Association’s annual Sheafe Warehouse Exhibit in Portsmouth’s Prescott Park opened June 28 with paintings, photographs, small sculpture and notecards created by 50 artist members of the NHAA. “We asked the artists to submit smaller works to make it easier for people visiting the exhibit to be able to take their purchases with them,” said Renee Giffroy, president of the association’s board of directors. “Many visitors will most likely be tourists and those attending shows and concerts at Prescott Park.” The arts have long been an element of Prescott Park. Prescott Park personnel includ-

ed arts advocate Grace Casey, who served as executive director of NHAA for 16 years before retiring in 1982. NHAA celebrates its 79th year of existence and honors Casey’s legacy by continuing the Sheafe Warehouse Exhibit. Demonstrations of artistic techniques in all media will be scheduled on Sunday afternoons and hands-on children and family art activities will be offered free of charge on Saturday afternoons. The exhibit takes place at 105-123 Marcy Street, Portsmouth, through August 25. Visit www.nhartassociation. org for specifics. Image of “Goldie”, a photograph by NHAA member Dave Therrien.

“The Best of Ida!” Performance PORTSMOUTH ACT ONE’s Festival 2019 presents Susan Poulin as the incomparable Ida LeClair in “The Best of Ida!” at the West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth, NH on Thursdays, August 22 and 29 at 2 and 7:30 p.m. Ida LeClair, the star of Ida: Woman Who Runs With the Moose, Ida’s Havin’ a Yard Sale! and A Very Ida Christmas, has been called “the funniest woman in Maine.” The Best of Ida is a show jam packed with Ida’s favorite stories. She will crack you up with her insights into love, friendship and the Pine Tree State of mind. Guaranteed to put you in touch with your “innah Mainah,” Ida has Moxie, and she’s not afraid to drink it! Tickets are $20, $18 for seniors and students; with Festival Pass just $16/$14 and are available online at www. actonenh.org or by calling 603-

300-2986 to reserve and pay at the door. The West End Studio Theatre is in the mill complex at 959 Islington Street and is air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible with free off-street parking.

STEAM Saturday at 3S Artspace PORTSMOUTH Family fun can be found in the Loading Dock area at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St., Portsmouth, on Saturday, August 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a fun, educational and hands-on look at Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) activities geared for ages 3-13. Dive into color pinwheel construction, photo paper flower pressing, plastic bottle herb gardens, and more.

Attendees are welcome to come and go as needed during the event. The atmosphere will be casual, fun, and creative! Free and open to the public with a suggested donation of $5 per kid or $10 per family. Reservations are not required, but they do help 3S and the artist prepare materials in advance. Rain or shine. In the event of inclement weather, STEAM Saturday will be moved indoors to the gallery or performance space.

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Coast Opened for Shellfish Harvest

SEACOAST The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) and the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department (NHFG) announce that the ban on harvest of shellfish due to “red tide” is lifted for all species of shellfish except surf clams. The harvest closure went into effect on May 9, for the Atlantic Ocean and Hampton/Seabrook Harbor, in response to elevated levels of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning or PSP, commonly known as “red tide,” detected in blue mussels collected from Hampton/Seabrook Harbor and from Gosport Harbor, Isles of Shoals. The harvest closure was later extended to Great Bay and Little Bay on June 28. “Red tide toxicity levels have been steadily decreasing in New Hampshire shellfish,” said Chris Nash, Shellfish Program Manager for NHDES. “Populations of the microscopic marine algae that produce the toxin have been falling at all of our monitoring stations for several weeks now. As a

result, toxin levels in most species of shellfish have dropped to the point where we can lift the ban on harvest. Our colleagues in Maine and Massachusetts have been reporting similar declines.” The one exception is that surf clams along the Atlantic Coast continue to show unacceptably high levels of PSP toxin. “Different species of shellfish rid themselves of the toxin at different rates,” Nash explained. “Surf clams typically retain the toxin much longer than other types of shellfish, such as blue mussels, softshell clams and oysters.” In New Hampshire, surf clams are primarily harvested recreationally, not commercially. The next round of surf clam testing is scheduled for late August/early September. A precautionary harvest closure affecting Great Bay and Little Bay was implemented on June 28, when blue mussels from the area showed toxicity levels just below the mandatory closure threshold of 80 micro-

~ Library News ~ Dover Public Library Get Creative

The library has a new database called Creativebug which teaches how to do various crafts with instructional videos. Then you can bring your creations to a monthly group called “Creativity Corner” which meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m.

Adult Escape Rooms

Register online at our events calendar for a choice of two adult escape room sessions on Monday, August 19 at either 5:30 p.m. or 6:30 p.m.

join us on the Library’s front lawn for Lawn Trivia on August 22 at 6 p.m. Teams of up to six players are invited to play this book, music, and movie-themed trivia. Winning team will receive a prize! In case of rain, trivia will be moved into the Lecture Hall. Free and no registration required

Monthly Game Night

Attend the monthly Game Night on Wednesday, August 21 from 6-8pm. and play board games with others. All ages are welcome.

Music and Movement

Saturday, August 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Face painting, guessing games, crafts, snacks, and live music will all be part of the fun. Families with children of all ages are invited to experience the joy of play!

All ages are welcome to join in on a fun morning filled with drumming, singing, dancing and play on Saturday, August 24 at 10 a.m. at the library. Dr. Irena McQuarrie, PT of Harmony Embodied, will be leading song games, body percussion, drum games, jams, and more. FMI: www.harmonyembodied.com. This program is free and open to the public.

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Family Play Day

Wednesday, August 21 at 6 p.m. The group will be discussing Time Bomb by Joelle Charbonneau. Copies of the book are currently available for borrowing at the adult circulation desk. For kids in grades 7 and up. The group will be very informal with pizza and refreshments served.

LEGO Saturdays

Stop in anytime from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on August 17, and 24 to build and create. There will also be building challenges to test your imagination.

Summer Movies

Mondays at 2 p.m. in the Lecture Hall the library will show a family movie: August 19 - Captain Marvel, rated PG13; August 26 - Missing Link, rated PG.

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Try your hand at this spelling bee for Star Warriors on Tuesday, August 27 from 6 - 8 p.m. You may know Kenobi begins with a K or Wookiee has two E’s on the end, but how are you when it comes to spelling the hard Star Wars words?

Looking for Signs of Oak Tree Disease in NH STATEWIDE New Hampshire forestry officials are concerned about a new oak-killing disease that may be making its way to the state. Oak Wilt disease has been in the Great Lakes region for decades but recent outbreaks in Albany and Long Island, NY have New Hampshire officials on alert. Red oaks – which have pointy-tipped leaves – are most susceptible to the disease and can die within a few weeks to six months of being infected. White oaks – which can be identified by round-tipped leaves – are less vulnerable.

Oak Wilt is a fungus that affects the vascular system of most oak species, stopping the movement of fluids throughout the infected tree, which then quickly dies of dehydration. The disease is spread over long distances through the transportation of infected logs and firewood. Over short distances, it is spread through root grafting as well as by beetles that ingest sap from infected trees and then travel to other trees. Once an oak tree is infected with Oak Wilt disease, it cannot be saved. It is possible, however, to control and

eradicate the disease’s spread to other trees, making it critical to find outbreaks early. Trees with Oak Wilt disease are easily identified, as they drop their leaves during the summer, starting at the top of the tree. Anyone noticing an oak tree that shed its foliage in August is asked to contact the N.H. Division of Forests and Lands’ Forest Health Program at 603-464-3016 or to go to www.nhbugs.org and submit a report that can also include a picture. For more information, visit www.nh.gov/nhdfl or call 603-271-2214.

grams of toxin per 100 grams of shellfish tissue. Oysters collected at the same time from the commercial shellfish farms of Little Bay showed very low levels of toxin, but were subject to the precautionary closure to allow for additional testing. Those test results led to the lifting of the June 28 Great Bay/ Little Bay closure on July 1. Intensive testing of shellfish tissue and monitoring of marine algae populations since that time has documented that conditions have remained stable. Nash cautioned that the red tide issue is not necessarily gone for the year. “The marine

algae that causes PSP can sometimes show a second bloom in late summer or fall. Furthermore, there are other species of marine algae that become active later in the summer, fall, and even into the winter months,” he said. “These algae can cause syndromes such as Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning, Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning, and other issues, so we need to be vigilant in monitoring our ocean and estuarine waters.” Officials from NHDES will continue to monitor seawater algae populations and shellfish toxicity levels throughout coastal New Hampshire.

Changes to the open/closed status of shellfish waters will be announced on the Clam Flat Hotline 1-800-43-CLAMS and on the NH Coastal Atlas www4.des.state.nh.us/coastalatlas/atlas.html. Although the red tide harvest closure is being lifted, NHDES and NHFG remind residents that the recreational harvest season for both softshell clams and oysters remains closed. Weather permitting, recreational harvest for these species will resume when their seasons reopen in early September. For more information, visit http://des.nh.gov/.

~ Pets ~ Pope Memorial Humane Society DOVER Searching for an adorable senior pair? Meet Pumpkin & Cassie! Look no further than Pumpkin and Cassie! This bonded pair came to the shelter over two months ago after their owner moved and could no longer care for them. They are waiting to find a forever home where they can stay together. As senior cats, Pumpkin (12 years) and Cassie (9 years) are a little set in their ways. They prefer a calm, quiet environment where their independence is welcomed. After living in the same home for most of their lives, Pumpkin and Cassie can be a little slow to warm up to new people. Once these two

cuties are comfortable with you, they make wonderful companions. Pumpkin and Cassie are most comfortable when they’re with each other. On any given day, you can always find them together, cuddling and taking cat naps! They would do best in a patient home that will give both of them time to come out of their shells. Because they can be

a bit shy, Pumpkin and Cassie would prefer a laid-back home, without dogs or young children. Can you help these lovebirds stay together? Come meet Pumpkin and Cassie at Pope Memorial Humane Society (formerly Cocheco Valley Humane Society) at 262 County Farm Road in Dover. For more information, visit www.cvhsonline.org.

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Rye Public Library North River Band Concert

Wednesday, August 21 at 3 p.m. The North River Band features long time seacoast area musician Dan Poland joined by vocalists Dianne McMillan and Vicky Poland. Come listen to your favorite covers of folk, pop and country songs!

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Dr. Davis Carries on the Cat Doctor Tradition DOVER Veterinarian Sharon Davis has recently become the new owner of The Cat Doctor of Dover, following in the footsteps and example of the practice founder and long-time colleague Dr. Joann Young, who retired earlier this year. Dr. Davis joined the busy practice in 2009. Work-

ing alongside Dr. Young for a decade, Davis says her philosophies of medicine and business very similar to her predecessor. Dr. Davis says she honed her craft as an associate and relief vet over 16 years at several distinguished New Hampshire practices, focusing on general medicine, wellness, surgery, and emergency care. She has

special interest in internal medicine, dentistry, and behavioral medicine. Davis received her bachelor of science degree from the University of New Hampshire. The Cat Doctor is located at 187 Watson Road, Dover. For more information, call 603-742MEOW (6369) or visit www. catdoctordover.com.


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~ News ~ Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Joins UNH in Educational Partnership PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Naval Shipyard formally entered into an educational partnership agreement with New Hampshire’s flagship public research institution, University of New Hampshire, at a signing ceremony August 1. This is the shipyard’s first educational partnership agreement since earning technology transfer laboratory status in 2017. The laboratory status promotes joint cooperative development programs and business

agreements to work with industry and academia to research complex challenges and develop solutions. “This marks the beginning of a strong partnership that will encourage and enhance study in STEM fields, and allow us to match UNH’s high-quality research program to Navy research interests,” said Shipyard Commander, Capt. David Hunt. “In this way, we can loan unique and specialized hardware to the university to collaboratively work to deliver boats

back to the fleet on-time and continue to develop our talented personnel.” The five-year agreement will allow the Navy to make its scientific, engineering, and technology assets and subject matter experts available to UNH faculty to enhance their research activities and the educational experience of students. In turn, the Navy is able to involve UNH faculty and students in U.S. Navy research projects underway at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

“We are honored to be selected as Portsmouth Naval Shipyard’s first educational partner in support of its critical work in ensuring our nation’s maritime superiority,” said UNH President, James W. Dean, Jr. “This new partnership with the shipyard and the Department of Defense opens a wealth of opportunity for our faculty and students to work with one of the region’s largest employers. It will provide research opportunities for our faculty as well as access to knowl-

~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday, August 16 Loading Dock Concert Series: Kate Redgate Band

The Loading Dock Concert Series at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St., Portsmouth continues with a performance by the Kate Redgate Band 7-9 p.m. Donations of $5-10 are appreciated! Family-friendly event held outside in the loading dock and audience members are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. If rain, the concert will be held inside the gallery.

Saturday, August 17 A Studio 54 Immersive Dance Experience

Be transported to a place where you can disco dance the night away, brush sh o ulders w it h celebs, and watch glamor-filled performances throughout the night. Doors open at 8:30 p.m.

at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St. in Portsmouth. Tickets are $10 for members, $12 in advance, $15 day of. 21+ show. FMI: www.3sarts.org.

Sunday, August 18 SummerWorks Showcase and Celebration

The 2019 SummerWorks Showcase & Celebration features elements from all three SummerWorks programs with theatrical performances, a CD release, and visual art on display. This event will take place at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St. in Portsmouth 4:15-7:15 p.m. Free and open to the public. Donations gladly accepted.

Wednesday, August 21 Dover Chamber Members’ Business Open House

The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce invites members to

Pointe Place to enjoy a Summer Stroll for August’s Business Open House 5-7 p.m. Bring plenty of business cards for networking and multiple chances to be entered into the grand prize raffle drawing. FMI: www.dovernh.org or 603-742-2218.

Friday, August 23 2019 Seacoast Summer Dine-Around

Ten local restaurants are taking part in the Dine Out & Do Good, Dine-Around Benefit for Lydia’s House of Hope. The following restaurants will donate a percentage of the night’s proceeds to Lydia’s House of Hope, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps those who are hopeless, to achieve a state of independence, sustainability, and productivity. Restaurants participating in the event include: Loco Cocos Tacos, Street,

West End Luigi’s Pizzeria, Vida Cantina, Moxy, Blue Mermaid Island Grill, Poco’s, Atlantic Grill, River House and The Franklin. FMI: www.lydiashousenh.org.

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edge and resources and handson experience for our students.” The educational partnership agreement can be used to meet the needs of either organization. It protects the intellectual property, such as inventions, data and proprietary information, of each partner. “We look forward to serving Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and the national defense,” said UNH Vice Provost for Research, Kevin Gardner. “UNH researchers contribute significantly to the health, well-being and safety of people in New Hampshire, New England and around the world. We look forward to contributing in many different ways to the mission and important work of Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.”

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stroke,” stated Syed Peeran, MD, Vascular Surgeon at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. Portsmouth Regional Hospital is a 220-bed acute care hospital located in Portsmouth, and is the only ACS Verified Level II Trauma Center on New Hampshire’s seacoast, as well as the seacoast’s only comprehensive heart and vascular program with its 24/7 neurosurgical and stroke clot retrieval programs. For more information, visit www.portsmouthhospital.com.

The Exeter Adult Diploma program is now registering students for the Fall 2019 semester courses that begin September 5. This program is designed for students who did not complete high school but who would like to earn a diploma by taking courses in the evening similar to those taken by high school students. Classes are small and are offered Monday and Thursday evenings. Online classes may also be part of an individual’s course schedule. For an appointment, call 603-775-8457 or visit adulted. sau16.org.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, My question is I got a message that says (the user profile service - service failed the login. User profile cannot be loaded.). Does it cost much to have someone open my register and fix it? I’m afraid I would

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mess it up. Thank you for all your help, Carol Dear Carol, That message means that you have a corrupt user profile. This seems to be a fairly common problem lately, and while it is not easy to fix, I have successfully fixed it for quite a few of my customers recently. I don’t know what the computer shops in your area charge for this service, but in my shop, the cost is either two or three hours of labor depending on what is needed to set you up with a working user profile. The good news is that Windows 10 handles a corrupt user profile much better than older versions of Windows. It automatically creates a new user profile for you if the old one becomes corrupt. This way, you can keep using the computer and get the files from your old profile. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Will you write about Microsoft Office OneNote? It is so confusing to me. Thanks, Mary Dear Mary, OneNote is actually a pro-

gram that I use all the time, and because I can take my notes with me on my iPhone and/or iPad, I find more and more uses for it. Let’s start with what OneNote is. OneNote is a digital note taking application. Think if it as a notebook. I might be dating myself, but I remember those trapper-keeper notebooks that had pages to write in, and pockets to keep things in, OneNote is kind of the digital version of a trapper-keeper. When you open OneNote, you will see a mostly empty notebook waiting for you to fill it with tabs across the top, and pages down the right side. In my “Work” notebook, for example, I have a tab on the top for this article, and a list of pages down the right hand side, one page for each week of the year. You can create as many notebooks as you want, just click on “File”, then, “New” select a location to save your notebook (if you save it in “OneDrive” you will be able to access the information in your notebook on your mobile devices as well as other computers) and type a name for your notebook. You can break your notebook down into sections using the tabs across the

top. Each section can then hold individual pages which are listed down the right side. I hope this helps you get started with OneNote. I would love to answer more specific questions about how to use the program, and maybe someone can share how they use OneNote. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I use Blue Mail on my Android phone. With that app, I can read email from the three accounts I use: Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo! I used to use Outlook Express on my computer to do this, but obviously I can’t do that anymore. Is there another email program out there that will consolidate my emails into one program? Thanks, Cliff Dear Cliff, In my experience, Mozilla Thunderbird is an excellent replacement for Outlook Express. Thunderbird does allow you to work with more than one email account, it has more features than the email program that comes with Windows 8 and it is easy to backup and restore your messages. Thunderbird can be downloaded free of charge at:

www.mozilla.org and is fairly easy to install and set up with your email addresses. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, How do I switch to cordless mouse? I just got this laptop with windows 10 yesterday. Thanks, EJ Dear EJ, When you purchase a cordless mouse, it will come with a small USB device that you plug into one of the USB ports in your laptop. That USB receiver will communicate with the wireless mouse and you will be able to use it. Be patient when you plug the USB device in and turn on the mouse for the first time. (Most wireless devices have an on/off switch to conserve the battery). It often takes windows a few minutes to recognize the device and get it working. Once it starts working, however, it will work right off the next time you start 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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The Power of Community: How the Seacoast Cancer 5K Helps DOVER Every dollar raised by participants in the Seacoast Cancer 5K stays in the community to help deliver care to those with cancer. Whether running or walking in support of a family member, neighbor, co-worker or yourself, consider participating on Sunday, September 22, for the 6th annual Seacoast Cancer 5K. Register online before August 16 to take advantage of the $30 Early Bird Registration rate, which includes a complimentary race

shirt. The Dover Police Department has once again formed a team along with the Stafford County Attorney’s Office. The team name is “CuffCancer.” Last year, the team brought a tremendous amount of support to Dover Police Captain, David Terlemezian, who is battling a rare form of cancer. Terlemezian was diagnosed with Spindle Cell Sarcoma last June, after losing his father to brain cancer earlier last year. Faced with his own personal challenge to beat cancer, he and the #CuffCancer

Camp Spinnaker - An Overnight Asthma Camp for Kids STATEWIDE Camp Spinnaker is a sixday residential camp for children ages 8-12 with asthma August 18-23. The camp is organized by Zebra Crossings with oversight by a highly qualified medical team. Campers will be part of cabin groups based on age and will participate in a few cabin group activities every day. A broad range of activity choices are offered each day, including archery, arts/crafts, swimming, performing arts, sports, nature activities and

canoeing to name a few. Meals and evening activities will be spent with the entire camp community and will be full of exciting group games, events, talent shows and more. In addition to all the camp activities, an extensive asthma education component is integrated into the program. All educational sessions are conducted by professional asthma educators. The curriculum is age appropriate, experiential and fun in nature. For more information, visit www.zebracrossings.org.

Efforts to Use Improv to Improve Communication in Healthcare PORTSMOUTH The idea of using improv activities for things other than comedy is popping up all over the country. Alan Alda is using it to help scientists communicate more effectively, Second City in Chicago has a podcast series devoted to exploring the links between creativity and commerce, and Lifestage Inc. is a New York based training and professional development company that uses improvisation in wellness workshops to help with smoking cessation and anxiety. There are also several nurse leaders in the USA who are pioneering the use of improv to improve emotional intelligence and communication among healthcare professionals. In doing so, healthcare professionals will be better prepared to work in teams and provide safer, more compassionate care,

while increasing resilience to burnout and bullying. Nursing Instructor, Candace Campbell out of San Francisco, CA researched the use of improvisational techniques to improve communication skills in nurses for her Doctoral Thesis. Patient Advocate and organizational trainer, Stephanie Frederick, of Tucson, AZ uses improv to help address issues with healthcare staff such as stress, bullying, and patient safety. Communication specialist, Beth Boynton, RN, MS, from Portsmouth, has been pioneering workshops and videos for several years and recently published the industry-first book on “Medical Improv”. “Good communication is essential for safe care, compassionate customer service, and workforce health’ says Boynton, but the skills are not typically emphasized in nursing and medical school and practice opportunities are

team are motivated more than ever to help others who have been impacted by cancer. The #CuffCancer team page reads, “There has been more than 1.5 million new cancer cases diagnosed in this country. This is more than just a national statistic... some of those newly diagnosed patients are people we know. Treatment, research, and patient care has come a long way but there is still a lot more work to do in order to solve this. So let’s work together to arrest this disease and #Cuff-

Cancer.” Join Dave, his fellow police officers, friends, family along, and morre than 3,000 runners and walkers on event day, to support the Seacoast Cancer Center at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. As the #CuffCancer team page says, “Our community deserves quality care and treatment and only our community can make it happen by supporting this important fundraiser.” To register and for details, visit www.seacoastcancer5k.org.

Dover’s Police Captain David Terlemezian.

Spring Village at Dover Honors Nurses DOVER Thursday, July 25, was a special day for the employees of Spring Village at Dover. The flags of the United States of America and the state of New Hampshire were raised for the first time over the new community of Spring Village at Dover. As patriotic music played on cell phones, a special American flag was elevated, one that was flown over the Capitol build-

ing on May 6 to honor Florence Nightingale on National Nurses Day. The staff wished to recognize the compassionate care of exceptional nurses. Spring Village at Dover, a new assisted living community located at Pointe Place in Dover, is managed by Woodbine Senior Living, LLC. For more information, visit www. springvillagedover.com or call 603-842-4908.

Portsmouth Regional Hospital’s Dover Emergency Room Now Open 24/7/365 DOVER Portsmouth Regional Hospital’s Dover Emergency Room is now staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with board-certified emergency room physicians and nurses. Located at 10 Central Avenue in Dover, directly off of Exit 7 of the Spaulding Turnpike, Dover Emergency Room serves the residents of the City of Dover and surrounding communities. “Freestanding emergency rooms are designed to provide critical local access to emergency medical services for circumstances that require more support than a visit to primary care physician or urgent care center could provide,” stated Mary Val-

vano, MD, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. The 10,000-square-foot Dover Emergency Room provides 11 treatment rooms, including bays for trauma care, behavioral health, and pediatric care. Patients receiving care at Dover Emergency Room benefit from a coordinated patient care experience including access to extensive specialty care services and resources offered by Portsmouth Regional Hospital that include an ACS Verified Level II Trauma Center, comprehensive heart and vascular program, 24/7 neurosurgical and stroke clot retrieval programs, compre-

hensive behavioral health services, and full diagnostic testing capabilities. Dover is one of the fastest growing communities in New Hampshire and is a commercial center with more than 30,000 employees in the area each day. Increased healthcare capacity offered by the Dover Emergency Room supports both the residential and workforce populations.

seldom available in our highstress, high-stakes work environments. When we take the focus off of performance and put it on the learning process, improv activities can be a fun and effective way to build these important skills”. Most recently, Boynton offered spring training workshops for health risk managers in CA, IL, and PA and for Licensed Nurse Assistants and

Medical Assistants through Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center; Campbell organized the first Nurses Communication Conference, in CA, which featured a full day improv workshop. Frederick and Boynton joined forces to customize a Medical Improv workshop for Patient Representatives through Cassatt Holding Co. in PA and Campbell is working

on a new book on improv to bring her research into nursing practice everywhere. With over 3 million nurses in the USA, they represent the largest workforce in healthcare. They can be found at almost every kind of patient care setting are frequently cited as the most trusted profession. Creating positive change with this kind of strategy seems hopeful indeed.


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~ Puzzles ~ 23. Length of pant leg 25. Mark with a cut 27. One who destroys completely 31. Greek sophist 34. Thomas Hobbes’s “De __” 35. Copyreads 38. Talk 39. Endangered 41. Snag 42. Comedienne Tyler 44. Castrate a male animal 45. Taj Mahal site 46. Tending to concede

CLUES ACROSS 1. Scottish tax 5. Filled with horror 11. Type of music 14. Variety act 15. Half-conscious state 16. Discontinued European money 17. Formal declaration 19. Shaft horsepower (abbr.) 20. A way to express concentration 21. Airline 22. Goes well with a carrot

49. One who accepts 51. Albanian capital 55. Takes kids to school 56. About Moon 60. __ Seamounts: underwater volcanoes 61. __ Lilly, drug company 62. Not working 64. Alaska nursing board 65. Howl 66. Muslim ruler title 67. Famed arena 68. Back again for more food 69. Cheek

CLUES DOWN 1. Raccoonlike animal 2. Small 3. Separates 4. Parties 5. Automated teller machine 6. One who earned his degree 7. Dislike 8. Flowering plant 9. Nova __, province 10. Inhabited 11. Breathing 12. Partner to pains 13. Immature insects

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18. The back 24. Heavy club 26. Edible fish 28. Lament for the dead 29. Woody climbing plants 30. Small rooms for prisoners 31. Ottoman military commander 32. “The Crow” actress Ling 33. A way of lopping off 36. Cigarette (slang) 37. Helps little firms 39. Member of small discussion group 40. Copyread 43. V-shaped open trough 45. Pokes holes in 47. Beloved “Captain” 48. Resume 49. On a line at right angles 50. Light up lamps 52. Part of the psyche 53. Leeward Island 54. 1960s counterculture activist 57. Edible seaweed 58. Imitator 59. Look at and comprehend 63. Root mean square (abbr.)

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2017ELANTRA KIA SPORTAGE AWD NEW ’19 HYUNDAI GT 44 NEW ’19 KONA SE AWD NEW ’19 HYUNDAI HYUNDAI ELANTRA GTEX IN-S-S4 IN TOCC TO

Black, 7k, Auto, MP3, Bluetooth, USB, Aux Input, Steering Wheel Controls, Back-Up Camera, Stk. #H19160HC

AVA ILA

21,988 LOW MILES

$ LEASE FOR 18,179 LEASE FOR

100 100

PER MO.

SELLING PRICE

SELLING PRICE

14 14 523 523

41K, Black, 2.4L 4Cyl, USB, AUX, Blutooth, Roof Rails, 18’’ Alloys, Backup Camera, Steering Wheel Controls, Stk. # H1589

KK IN-STOC$ K21,995

36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing.

36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $4,995 cash or trade due at signing. Finance for 75 months with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing. 36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing. 36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $4,995 cash or trade due at signing. Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at: SomersworthHyundai.com Finance for 75 months with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing. 36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing.

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

K IN-STOC

SE 0% FINANCE FINANCE FOR FOR

$

2018 HYUNDAI SONATA SE

19,888

20,146

36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing. MO.

$LEASE FOR $ SELLING PRICE $$ PER $ $ PER $ 18,703 168 PER $ MO. $ PER $ ,, MO.Hyundai MO. ,, , Somersworth MO. • 603-692-5220 MO. 370 Rte.MO. 108, Somersworth, NH

39 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included 36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing.

1.9% ABLE 6 AVAIL

139

SAHARA $ 36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with cash orJEEP trade dueWRANGLER at signing. $ $2,9952016 PER

67K, Red, Manual, 3.6L 30K, Gray, 2.5L 4Cyl, AM/ AWD V6, Soft Top, CD/MP3, FM/MP3/AUX, Cruise Steering Wheel Controls, Controls, Fog Lights, 36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing.Side Steps, Fog Lights, Keyless Entry, ABS, Stk. #18343HA Moonroof, Stk. # H1673

21,495 ACCENT

$

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! OR BUY FOR FINANCE FOR THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

NEW ’19 HYUNDAI ELANTRA GT

1.9%

4 IN-S

AVAILA BLE

All prices and payments refl ect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash, Sales Event Cash and Consumer Rebates. Manufacturer qualifi cations are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment.

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$ U S E D C A R C E N T E R 32 ,895 301 14 ,I 717 MO. 178 14 ,523 10 0 S O M E R S W O R T H H Y U N DA C E R T I F I E D U S E D C A R C E N T E R 2016 KIA OPTIMA SX 2.0T 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD 2016 TOYOTA RAV4 2016 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA SELLING PRICE

LEASE FOR

$ $ ORTH SOMERSW

2016 KIA OPTIMA SX2.0L2.0T 28K, White, 4Cyl,

H Y U N$DA I PER MO.

36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $4,995 cash or trade due at signing.

$ T I FPER CER I E D$

Finance for 75 months with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing.

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SELLING PRICE

PER MO.

TURBO THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL4Cyl,AWD LIKE 2016 TOYOTA RAV4 2016 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 67K, Red, Manual, 3.6L 20K, Silver, 2.5L 30K, Gray, 2.5L 4Cyl, AM/ AWD NEW MANUAL CHARGED TURBO V6, CD/MP3, MP3,Silver, AUX, 18’’ FM/MP3/AUX, 67K,Soft Red,Top, Manual, 3.6L 20K, 2.5LAlloys, 4Cyl, 30K, Gray, 2.5LCruise 4Cyl, AM/ AWD LIKE NEW CHARGED S O M E R S W O R T H H Y Cruise, U N D A I C E R T I FControls, IFog E D U S E D C A R V6, C E N TMANUAL ER Steering Wheel Controls, Steering Wheel Lights, Soft Top, CD/MP3, MP3, AUX, 18’’ Alloys, FM/MP3/AUX, Cruise $ $ Side Steps, Fog Controls, Lights, $ Controls, Left/Right Side $ Keyless Entry, ABS, Steering Wheel Cruise, Steering Controls, Fog Lights, 2016 KIA 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SLWheel AWD 2016 TOYOTA RAV4 2016 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA Stk. #18343HA Camera, Stk. #H1660 TURBO Moonroof, Stk. #H1673 CD/MP3/AUX, Nav., Rear 28K, White, 2.0L 4Cyl, Camera, 18’’ Alloys, Cruise CD/MP3/AUX, Nav., Rear Control, FOB Controls, Camera, SX 18’’ Alloys, Cruise OPTIMA 2.0T Stk. #H1639 28K, White, 4Cyl, Control, FOB2.0L Controls, CD/MP3/AUX, Nav., Rear Stk. #H1639 Camera, 18’’ Alloys, Cruise

2014 JEEP UNLIMITED SPORT 88K, White, CD/MP3, 2014 SPORT 2014 JEEP JEEP UNLIMITED UNLIMITED SPORT Hand Crank Windows, Control, FOB Controls, Stk. #H1639

88K, CD/MP3, 88K, White, White, CD/MP3, Cruise Control, Fog Hand Crank Hand Crank Windows, Windows, Cruise Fog Lamps,Control, ABS, Alloy Lamps,Control, ABS, Alloy Cruise Fog Wheels, Wheels, Stk. Stk. #19020HB #19020HB Lamps, ABS, Alloy Wheels, Stk. #19020HB

$ $

20,995 20,995 20,995 CHARGED

HARD TOP HARD TOP HARD TOP

20,888 20,888

$$ $ 20,888

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

Controls, Left/Right Side 20K, Silver, 2.5L 4Cyl, MP3, AUX, 18’’ Alloys, Camera, Stk. #H1660 Cruise, Steering Wheel Controls, Left/Right Side Camera, Stk. #H1660

2016 HONDA CRV 2016 43K, Silver, Auto, AWD 2016 HONDA HONDA CRV CRV

AudioSilver, Theft Auto, Deterrent, CD, 43K, AWD 43K, Silver, Auto, AWD 7” Touch Screen, USB, CD, Audio Theft Deterrent, Audio Theft Deterrent, 7” Touch Screen, USB, CD, MP3, Back-Up Camera, MP3, Back-Up Camera, 7” Touch Screen, USB, Stk. Stk. #19233HA MP3,#19233HA Back-Up Camera, Stk. #19233HA

$ $

21,495 21,495 21,495 LIKE NEW

CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN

19,888 19,888

$$ $19,888

36 month lease with 10K mi/yr with $2,995 cash or trade due at signing.

Keyless Entry, 30K, Gray, 2.5LABS, 4Cyl, AM/ FM/MP3/AUX, Cruise Moonroof, Stk. #H1673 Controls, Fog Lights, Keyless Entry, ABS, Moonroof, Stk. #H1673

2018 HYUNDAI SONATA SE 2018 SONATA 7k, Auto, MP3,SE 2018 HYUNDAI HYUNDAIBlack, SONATA SE Bluetooth, USB, MP3, Aux Black, MP3, Black, 7k, 7k, Auto, Auto, Input, Steering Bluetooth, USB,Wheel Aux Bluetooth, USB,Wheel Aux Input, Steering Controls, Back-Up Controls, Back-Up Input, Steering Wheel Camera, Camera, Stk. Stk. #H19160HC #H19160HC Controls, Back-Up Camera, Stk. #H19160HC

$ $

21,988 21,988 21,988 AWD

LOW MILES LOW LOW MILES MILES

18,179 18,179

$ $

25,888 25,888 25,888

2017 KIA SPORTAGE EX AWD 41K, Black, 2.4L 2017 EX AWD 2017 KIA KIA SPORTAGE SPORTAGE EX4Cyl, AWD

$ $ $18,179

Somersworth Hyundai

Somersworth 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NHHyundai • 603-692-5220 Somersworth Hyundai 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220 Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

Side Steps, Fog Lights, 67K, Red, Manual, 3.6L V6, Soft Top, CD/MP3, Stk. #18343HA Steering Wheel Controls, Side Steps, Fog Lights, Stk. #18343HA

USB,Black, AUX, Blutooth, Roof 41K, 2.4L 4Cyl, 4Cyl, 41K, Black, 2.4L Rails, 18’’ Alloys, Backup USB, AUX, Blutooth, Roof USB, AUX, Blutooth, Roof Rails, 18’’Steering Alloys, Backup Camera, Wheel Camera, Wheel Rails, 18’’Steering Alloys, Backup Controls, Controls, Stk. Stk. #H1589 #H1589 Camera, Steering Wheel Controls, Stk. #H1589

MANUAL

LOADED LOADED LOADED

21,995 21,995

$ $ $ 21,995

SomersworthHyundai.com

370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220 SomersworthHyundai.com

All prices and payments refl ect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash, Sales Event Cash and Consumer Rebates. Manufacturer qualifi cations are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment.

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance 5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash, Sales Event Cash and Consumer Rebates. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment.

Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at: Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

SomersworthHyundai.com

All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash, Sales Event Cash and Consumer Rebates. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment.

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