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Dover’s Oktoberfest to be Held Next Weekend DOVER – Downtown Dover restaurants will be opening their doors on Saturday, Sept. 14, from noon to 5 p.m. for their annual Oktoberfest celebration. This year, 14 Garrison City restaurants will be offering drink specials, complimentary appetizers and an opportunity to win raffle prizes and giveaways. This marks the sixth year in which Oktoberfest will be held in Dover. In 2012, over 1,700 people participated in the pub crawl event. This year’s Oktoberfest participants include The Asia, The Barley Pub, Blue Latitudes, Cara Irish Pub, Cartelli’s Bar & Grill, Castaway’s Boathouse, The Dover Brickhouse, The Farm Bar & Grille, Fury’s Publick House, Kelley’s Row Restaurant & Cellar Pub, LaFesta Brick & Brew, Orchard Street Chop Shop, Patty B’s and The Spaghetti Stain. Oktoberfest tickets are available for purchase at any of the participating locations. Each ticket is $15, or $20 on the day of event. Ticket purchasers will be given a wristband that will give them access to a free Oktoberfest-themed appetizer at each restaurant and discounts

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In 2012, over 1,700 people participated in Dover’s Oktoberfest which features drinks, free appetizers, prizes and activities. (courtesy photo)

on draughts. The first 500 tickets sold also come with a free pint glass and Oktoberfest T-shirt. The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center (550 Central Avenue) will also sell tickets. For the fourth consecutive year, participating Oktoberfest restaurants will be

donating 100 percent of all proceeds generated from ticket sales at the Chamber of Commerce to City Lights, a volunteer Dover committee that illuminates the downtown area during the holiday season and hangs flags throughout the Garrison City in the summer months. Over

the past three years, Oktoberfest has donated over $8,000 to City Lights. “Oktoberfest is a great event for bringing people out to downtown Dover,” said Oktoberfest Coordinator Brian Kelley, Owner of Kelley’s Row Restaurant & Cellar Pub. “It is

a bonus that we are able to give a portion of the proceeds to City Lights every year. They are a great group of volunteers committed to highlighting downtown Dover.” On the day of the event, attendees are encouraged to visit the Samuel Adams Headquarters which will be setup in the Cocheco Mill Courtyard, 421 Central Ave. Ticket holders will be able to enter into prize drawings for trips to the Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, gift cards to local restaurants and premium prizes from Samuel Adams. Members of the 100.3 WHEB Street Team will be visiting each of the participating restaurants throughout the day, organizing competitions and awarding prizes. Some restaurants will also be providing live music entertainment during the event. For more information on Dover’s Oktoberfest, visit www. Facebook.com/DoverOktoberfest or call the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce at 603742-2218.

Seacoast Business Expo Portsmouth Criterium Scheduled for Sept. 12 to Return this Sunday DURHAM – The Seacoast Business Expo, the largest business networking event of the year, will take place on Thursday, Sept. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the University of New Hampshire Field House in Durham. Each year this one-ofa-kind event brings together dozens of businesses and hundreds of contacts, giving all the opportunity to effectively connect with hundreds of potential business partners during the three-hour event. The Seacoast Business Expo is presented by the Seacoast Chamber Alliance that includes representation from the Dover, Exeter, Hampton, Portsmouth, Rochester and Somersworth Chambers and is designed to

enhance membership value, to promote regional economic development, and to reduce expenses for the independent chambers by realizing economies of scale. The University of New Hampshire and Great Bay Community College are the event underwriters. Other event sponsors include Comcast Business Class, People’s United Bank, ENH Power, D.F. Richard and Service Credit Union, Neoscope IT Technology, Conway Office Solutions, Foss Motors and Unitil. Event partners include Calling All Cargo, General Linen Service and Gentle Giant See BUSINESS EXPO page 2...

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PORTSMOUTH – Watch downtown Portsmouth transform into a highspeed race course for world class cyclists on Sunday, September 8. Thousands of spectators will come to downtown Portsmouth to watch the 2013 Portsmouth Criterium featuring Men’s Pro, Men’s Masters 40+, Men’s Category 3 & 4, Kid’s Race, and a Community Challenge. Each year, the Lifestyle

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Stratham Fair 4-H Auction Benefits Local Youth

STRATHAM – The 2013 4-H Benefit Auction at the Stratham Fair was a tremendous success, with an increase in auction donations and bidders this year. The $3,500 in raised funds was the result of generous donations from local businesses and craftspeople, an energized team of 4-H volunteers, and the local community who gathered at the 4-H Exhibit Building to bid at the auction. The Rockingham County 4-H Foundation sends a great thank you to the local businesses, craftspeople, and local citizens who supported the auction with their generous donations, and the auction buyers, auctioneer, and volunteers who made the fundraiser a success for all in Rockingham County

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4-H member Katarina Vogel of Raymond and volunteer Mary Hoelzel of Epping hand tie a quilt which was later up for bid at the 4-H Benefit Auction at the Stratham Fair.

4-H youth. Proceeds from the auction help send local youth to county, state, and national leadership and citizenship development events, support 4-H Youth Development programs, 4-H afterschool programs, and

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apple refreshments. Traditional arts such as basketry, timber framing, and spinning will be demonstrated and animals from the Spencer-PierceLittle Farm in Newbury, Mass., will be on hand. The Jackson House is located at 76 Northwest St. in Portsmouth. Admission to the event is $6 for adults, $3 for children, and free to members of Historic New England. Tickets may be purchased in advance by visiting the Events page at www.historicnewengland. org, or by calling 603-436-3205.

Cocheco Valley Humane Society DOVER – Meredie Meredie is an adorable 5-year-old cat who came to the shelter because her family was moving and couldn’t keep her. Meredie is easy to miss when you’re in the cat adoption room as she can usually be found sleeping under a blanket or in her cat hut. Give her a little attention though, and she will happily soak up all your affection! This sweet girl seems a little overwhelmed by the shelter – do you have a quiet home

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Friends of Ballroom Launch Online Fundraising Campaign NEWMARKET – The Friends of the Rockingham Ballroom have launched an online “crowdfunding” campaign as part of a push for funds to complete the mandated fire sprinkler at the Rockingham Ballroom. The Friends group is now focused on raising the money for the excavation to connect the fire sprinkler to the town water source. “Crowdfunding” is a means of raising many small donations from a large number of people, typically via the Internet. The goal is to introduce new donors to a project through

a video, which tells the story of a worthy cause and encourages donations through the video message. “Perks” or rewards are offered for larger donations. Everyone who views the video is encouraged to donate and to share the video message through e-mail, Facebook and other social media. People who cannot afford a donation can help the cause by sharing the message with friends and family members and asking them to donate. According to Friends of the Rockingham Ballroom President Patti Blanchette, “We want

the ballroom’s story to go around the world. This is the last ballroom in the State of New Hampshire and we want everyone to know that and to help us keep the ballroom open.” “Let’s Face the Music and Dance!” was filmed at the Rockingham Ballroom. It can be seen on the “Indiegogo” global website. The group’s next major fundraiser will be the return of the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra on Saturday, Sept. 7, at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call 603-659-4410 or 603431-7224.

Works by UNH Fine Arts Grads Featured at the Children’s Museum DOVER – Gallery 6 at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, 6 Washington St., will feature works by recent graduates of the University of New Hampshire Fine Arts Department this fall. The show is titled “Beyond the Mirror” and will be on display at the museum from Sept. 14 to Dec. 1. “Beyond the Mirror” features works created by Kathleen Brewster, Sarah Brewster, Cara Copeland, Mary Duke, Sophia Lupi, Loren Marple, Peter Schwaegerle, and Alex Smyrnos.

These young artists have several things in common: they are willing to take risks, they embrace challenges, and their developing “voices” reveal a fresh and personal perspective. Their works are based on the theme of self-portraiture, delving into the psychological realm as well as more literal representation. For more information, please call the museum at 603742-2002 or visit www.childrensmuseum.org. Gallery 6 is supported by a grant from the Fuller Foundation.

Rehearsals and Auditions Granite State Choral Society Opens Rehearsal Season

Rehearsals for the Granite State Choral Society will begin on Sunday, Sept. 8, at the First Church Congregational in Rochester from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Registration will begin at 3:15 p.m. on Sept. 8 and end on Sunday, Sept. 22. Performances are scheduled for Nov. 23 and 24. FMI: Email gschoral@gmail.com or call 207457-1576.

Rockingham Choral Society Invites New Members

Rockingham Choral Societ y, under the direction of Andrew Gaydos, is beginning its 57th year of performing choral music in the Seacoast. New and return-

ing members, aged sixteen and older, are invited to join rehearsals beginning Tuesday, Sept. 10 at the Forrestal-Bowld Music Center, Tan Lane, Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter. Rehearsals are from 8 to 10 p.m. each Tuesday evening. FMI: Visit www.rockinghamchoralsociety.org or call Carol Seely at 603-312-0771.

NHTP Youth Repertory Company to Hold Auditions

Auditions for New Hampshire Theatre Project’s Youth Repertory Company will be held on Monday and Wednesday, Sept. 9 and 11, from 4 to 6:30 p.m. FMI: Contact artistic director Genevieve Aichele at gen@nhtheatreproject.org or 603-431-6644.

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Portsmouth Historical Society Presents “Discover Thursdays” PORTSMOUTH – The Portsmouth Historical Society and George Hosker-Bouley present the Discover Thursday Fall Performance Series every Thursday at 7 p.m. at Discover Portsmouth and will feature Susie Burke and David Surette on Thursday, September 12. Tickets are $10 for Portsmouth Historical Society members and $12 for general admission. Series patron passes are available for $200. Warmth, vitality, and spontaneity mark the performances of Susie Burke and David Surette, and have earned them a reputation as one of the finest acts on the lively New England folk scene. Susie’s beautiful, complex voice and

David’s graceful, nimble-fingered string playing combine with extraordinary results on their own blend of contemporary, traditional, and original folk and acoustic music. Together since 1988, Susie and David have built a loyal following for their music, through a steady series of concerts and well-received recordings; their most recent release is Wonderland (2011). The Discover Thursday performance series is made possible by the Seacoast Media Group, WSCA Radio and Clear Channel. For the full concert schedule and for more information, call 603-436-8433 or visit www.PortsmouthHistory.org.

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GREENLAND – Rolling Green Nursery will host a celebration of Chrysanthemum Day on Sunday, Sept. 8, from 1 to 4 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided. Asian brush painter Bruce Iverson will be Rolling Green’s traditional Scholar in the Garden, demonstrating the art of chrysanthemum painting and honoring this special day in Asian culture. Chrysanthemum Day, sometimes called the Double Nine Festival, is a traditional Asian holiday observed during

the week of the ninth day of the ninth month. It is said that in ancient China, during the week of Sept. 9, the emperor and his attendants created paintings, strolled in the gardens, ate rice cakes, and drank chrysanthemum wine in an effort to promote longevity and dispel potential misfortune. Chrysanthemum is believed to bring laughter, long life and happiness to one’s family. Superstition says to place a single chrysanthemum blossom in the bottom of your wine glass will bring a long and joyful life.

Retired Teachers Plan Meetings STRAFFORD COUNTY – Fall meetings for all retired educators in the Strafford County area will take place on the second Thursday of September, October, and November. Educators will socialize, discuss updates on legislative issues pertaining to retirement benefits, and support an annual scholarship fund awarded each year to a local high school senior. The first meeting will take place Sept. 12 at Momma D’s, 347 Shattuck Way, Newington. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. Following the business

meeting, a program will be presented by Dr. Susan Dahlgren Daigneault, author of “Shadow of a Mountain: A Soldier’s Struggle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.” The book tells the story of Edward Dahlgren, a Medal of Honor recipient from World War II. The manuscript documents his struggles with PTSD, a condition affecting many of our military veterans. For lunch reservations or more information, call 743-6940 or 332-4689 or e-mail acreboy@ metrocast.net by Sept. 5.

Program of Poetry, Music Slated at West Theatre PORTSMOUTH – Act One Festival 2013 will host an evening of great poetry and music Sunday, Sept. 8, when poet and singer/songwriter John Perrault explores the history of the ballad at the West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth. Perrault will present a musical journey through time – from “Barbara Allen” and “Bobbie” Burns to some of the most popular ballads of today. Perrault will be joined by harmonica virtuoso Mike Rogers and flutist and vocalist Barbara London. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m.  General admission is $18;

seniors and students are $16. Tickets are available online at www.actonenh.org or by calling 603-300-2986. The West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington St. Seating is limited. 

Maple Suites to Sponsor AARP Driver Safety Course DOVER – An AARP Driver Safety Course for drivers 50 years of age and older will be presented from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Maple Suites, 30 Holiday Drive, Dover, on Saturday, Sept. 7. This is a course designed to help drivers learn about defensive driving techniques, new traffic laws, rules of the road and much more. A box lunch will be provided. The registration fee is $14 a

person for non-AARP members and $12 for AARP members. Advance registration and prepayment is required to confirm a place in the class. To register, call Maple Suites at 603-7428820. Class size is limited to 25 participants and registrations will be accepted first-come, first served as long as space is available. Participants must bring an AARP card to the class in order to receive a certificate of comple-

The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation’s first and largest classroom refresher course designed specifically to meet the safety needs of experienced and mature drivers. It helps older drivers learn how to adjust their driving to age-related changes in vision, hearing and reaction time. More information may be found on the Internet at www.aarp.org/drive.

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Meet Amber, Lorraine, and Kay – a daughter, mother, and grandmother who will capture your hearts in “Little Gem,” Elaine Murphy’s richly textured comedy playing at Act One’s Festival 2013 at the West End Studio Theatre in Portsmouth. Sept. 6, 7, 20 and 21 at 8 p.m. and Sept. 7 and 21 at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at www. actonenh.org or by calling 603300-2986. West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington St.

Saturday, Sept. 7 Lee Fair 2013 Harvest Supper

The SoulMate Band will perform at the 24th annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival on Saturday, Sept. 7, on the new Seashell Stage. The show starts at 11 a.m.

Comedy at the Pearl

Comedy will return to the Portsmouth Pearl on Saturday, Sept. 7, with a true triple-header show starring Joey Carroll, Mike McCarthy, and Chris D. Tickets are $15 and may be purchased through the Pearl website via PayPal, or cash the night of the show.

Sunday, Sept. 8

A pig roast and chicken BBQ dinner will be offered that the Lee Field from 5 to 6:30 p.m. (rain or shine). A Firemen’s Association raffle will also be held during this event. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $5 for kids, and can be found at the Lee Town Hall, Library, and Farmer’s Market. Sponsored by the Lee Agricultural Commission. FMI: www.leenh.org.

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A 13th annual Chili Fest, sponsored by the Seacoast Republican Women, will be hosted on Saturday, Sept. 7 at the Scamman Farm, 69 Portsmouth Ave. (Route 33), Stratham from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.  Cost will be $10 per person or $25 per family.  Children under 12 are free. Elected officials will

8 to 11 a.m. at St. Martin’s Church Hall in Somersworth. $6 for Adults, children aged 7-15 is $2.50, and for children under 7, it is free. These breakfasts will be held monthly on the second Sunday thru April 2014. The Parish Hall is a handicapped accessible facility via the elevator located in the vestibule. 9 to 10 a.m. at Hampton United Methodist Church, 525 Lafayette Rd (Rt.1), Hampton. Meet new teachers and classmates, and enjoy group activities and singing. There will be Sunday school registration and information for parents on the upcoming year. Regular

‘Vaud and the Villians’ at Portsmouth Music Hall PORTSMOUTH – On Saturday, Sept. 7, at 8 p.m., The Music Hall will welcome back the 19-piece 1930s New Orleans orchestra and cabaret show Vaud and the Villains to the Historic Theater. Vaud and the Villains’ early

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20th century motif is full of bold sounds, with melodies ranging from parlor songs, spirituals and Mardi Gras classics, and the pageantry of 1930s New Orleans. The act was inspired by the Bruce Springsteen “Seeger Sessions” album. The show is part

concert, part revival, part Americana noir, part Moulin Rouge. Tickets can be purchased at The Music Hall box office in the Historic Theater, 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth, over the phone at 603-436-2400, or on our website www.themusichall.org.

Sunday school classes begin on September 15. Childcare is available for ages three and under. FMI: 603-926-2702.

Antique & Classic Auto Show

12 to 4 p.m. T he Woodma n Museum, Dupont’s Service Center and International Cars Ltd, will hold their annual Antique & Classic Auto Show on the grounds of the Dover museum.   There will be classic cars from the 40s, 50s and 60s on display in addition to a new 2014 Audi R8.  A collection of antique bicycles will also be available for pictures. Regular admission will be charged. FMI: 603-742-1038.

Community HU Chant

A Community HU Chant is offered at 10 a.m. and continuing on the second Sunday of each month at the Hampton Inn, 9 Hotel Dr., Dover, NH. This is free and open to the public. FMI: 800-713-8944 or www.eckankar-nh.org

Eckankar Worship Service

An Eckankar Worship Service will be held from 11 a.m. to noon and continuing the second Sunday of each month, at Hampton Inn, 9 Hotel Drive, Dover NH. This is free and open to the public. FMI: 800-713-8944 or www.eckankarnh.org.

Tuesday, Sept. 10 Benefit Night

The Hampton Arts Network (HAN) will hold a benefit from 5 to 9 p.m. at Flatbread’s Hampton location, 61 High Street. FMI: Email marilyn@artexperienceinc.com.

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Health & Fitness Alzheimer’s Educational Seminar Slated for Caregivers ROCHESTER – To provide caregivers of persons suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias with the information and support they need, The Homemakers Health Services will offer an Alzheimer’s educational seminar on Saturday, Sept. 14, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at its office located at 215 Rochester Hill Road, Rochester. The program, which is free and open to the public, will be facilitated by Hanna Jacoby of The Homemakers Health Services, who has extensive training in the area of Alzheimer’s disease. Highlights of the session will include an overview of Alzheimer’s and related

dementias, the seven stages of Alzheimer’s disease, techniques on how to successfully handle problems which arise when caring for persons with the disease, daily living and recreational suggestions, communication techniques and a question and answer period. As seating is limited, reservations are required and can be made by calling 822-2108. An Alzheimer’s Support Group, facilitated by Jacoby is held from 10 a.m. to noon on the second Thursday of each month at the Frisbie Hospital Educational Building, 11 Whitehall Road, Rochester. All interested persons may attend. For more information, contact Jacoby at 822-2108.

Dr. Adam Bottrill Joins Portsmouth Pediatric Dentistry PORTSMOUTH – Portsmouth Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics now has three pediatric dentists to see young patients with the most recent addition of Dr. Adam Bottrill to the practice. Bottrill is originally from New York. Before he decided to become a pediatric dentist, he graduated from U.S. Naval Academy and worked as an engineer on nuclear submarines. He entered Harvard School of Dental Medicine in 2009 and completed his residency in pediatric dentistry with Lutheran Medical Center at St. Joseph Hospital in Providence, R.I., in 2011. Bottrill joins pediatric dentists Dr. Jon Wendell and Dr. Deb Filocoma. The practice also includes adolescent dentist

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Dr. Stacey Delbridge, adult and family dentist Dr. Tina Ho, and orthodontics specialist Dr. Geri Hunter. For more information, call 603-436-2204 or visit www.portsmouthpediatricdentistry.com.

Did You Know? Signs of Cancer Many cancers are detected only after a person discovers an anomaly and alerts his or her doctor. Knowing your body and recognizing any abnormalities could help catch cancer at a very early stage, which can vastly improve your chances of survival. But what are the different signs of cancer? Though some cancer may exhibit no symptoms at all, there are some signs that may indicate the presence of cancer. Moles Look for any abnormal moles or marks on the body. If previously apparent moles change shape or appearance,

this could be a sign of skin cancer. Lumps Lumps may be benign, such as ingrown hairs or abscesses, or they could be cancerous tumors. If you notice a lump on an area of the body that is hard and inflexible, bring it to the attention of a doctor who might want to conduct a biopsy. Nagging Conditions If a cough is lingering longer than it should, or you have a specific pain for quite some time, it could be indicative of cancer. Pain in the abdomen or stomach that does not go away may be indicative of

Free Cancer Screenings Offered at Families First PORTSMOUTH – Families First Health and Support Center will offer free breast and cervical cancer screenings for eligible women on September 18. The clinic will include pap smears and breast exams, with referrals for free mammograms. To be eligible for these screenings, women must meet guidelines related to their age, insurance status and income. To ask about eligibility and to make an appointment, contact Jane Cummings, RN, at 603422-8208 ext. 222 or jcummings@familiesfirstseacoast. org. Advance registration for the screenings is requested.

Physician Kareen Worrell, DO, is volunteering her services to provide the screenings. Other support comes from the State of New Hampshire’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program, the Vermont-New Hampshire Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and the Abenaqui Women’s League. Families First is a nonprofit community health center offering a wide variety of free or affordable health care and family support services to individuals and families, regardless of ability to pay. For more information, call 603-422-8208 or visit www.FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org.

a larger problem. It is safer to have things checked out early on than let symptoms go by without any action. Unexplained Bleeding Bleeding from any bodily orifices could be a sign of a serious condition. Blood in the urine or feces could be cancer and warrants a doctor’s checkup. Sores Sores that don’t heal could be signs of skin cancer. Keep a close eye on sores that do not

seem to get better with time or begin to hurt even more. Skin cancer is quite common, but can be treated when caught early on. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.

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Frisbie Memorial Honored for Patient Safety ROCHESTER – Frisbie Memorial Hospital announced recently that it received the second highest surgery rating in the state. The recently released national study compared 2,463 hospitals in the areas of: Avoiding adverse events during patients’ hospital stay for surgery Avoiding extended hospital stays longer than expected for patient procedures Results of the study demonstrate Frisbie Memorial’s ongoing commitment to ensuring patient safety and delivering quality care through its proactive efforts to reduce risk to patients, hospital officials said. Frisbie Memorial has in place safety measures designed to ensure positive patient outcomes, such as instigating the World Health Organization (WHO) Surgical Safety Checklist, and adhering to federaland state-level patient quality and safety regulations. In July 2012, Frisbie scored in the nation’s top 13.9 percent, and received the highest score awarded to New Hampshire hospitals for Hospital Safety.

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Harvest Golf Tournament to Benefit Two Local Charities PORTSMOUTH – Golfers will tee up for a good cause on Thursday, Sept. 12, when the Lonza Harvest Open Tournament gets under way in an effort to provide a fun day while supporting two local charities. This will be the 12th year that Lonza Biologics, a global leader in the life science market and located at Pease International Tradeport in Newington, has held this philanthropic event. Golfers will hit the course at both the Ledges and the Links at Out-

look, both in southern Maine. This annual charitable event has raised $675,000, which has been shared annually with two charities who have impacted the quality of life for those who are most in need in local communities. The 2013 recipients are End 68 Hours of Hunger, a Seacoast organization putting food in the hands of local children to carry them over the weekend, and The Farmington 500 Boys and Girls Club, which provides a healthy, clean and exciting envi-

ronment in athletics for the youth of Farmington and surrounding communities. Both organizations are approved 501(c)(3) organizations, are 100 percent volunteer and rely solely on local support to run their programs. In support of this event, numerous local businesses have provided sponsorship and prizes for the raffles, drawings, and special events that will be happening as a part of the tournament.

North Hampton Student-Athlete Swaps Swimming for Rowing and Earns Gold NORTH HAMPTON – Ryan McCann of North Hampton, a junior at Trinity College, Hartford, Conn., rowed the number two seat in Trinity’s Varsity 4 Crew that won gold in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) National Invitational Regatta on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass. This is the first gold in the Men’s Varsity 4 for the team since 1994. The performance helped Trinity take second in the Overall Points Trophy Standings with 68 points, and helped the Trinity Men’s and Women’s programs win the Combined Overall Points Trophy Standing. McCann swam for the Bantams through his sophomore year and was a NESCAC All-Academic and a two-time College Swimming

From left to right: Aryaman Nichani, Ryan McCann, Trinity College President James Jones Jr., Michael McLaughlin, Evan Ogden, Antonia Lluberes (courtesy photo)

Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-American selection. He moved to rowing after finishing his 2012 season, and has medaled for the school at contested events. The Men’s 4 won Silver at both the Knecht Cup and the New England Championships earlier in

the season. McCann won gold in these races, rowing the number 4 seat for the third varsity eight (Division II/III) as a novice in 2012. After his rookie season he rowed for the City of Cambridge Rowing Club (CCRC), England, while attending The University of

Summer Football Camp Held at St. Thomas Aquinas

Participants in the St. Thomas Aquinas High School summer football camp were: front, from left to right, Ira Toracinta, Joey Boucher, Andrew Wertz, Spencer Audin, John Wertz, Lucas Banaian, and back, Coach Josh Carberry, Tyler Wiggin, Will Devaney, Kyle Letourneau, James Fithian, Ryan Coleman and Carson Webb. Not Pictured: Tim Bouchard and Derek Grimes (courtesy photo)

DOVER – St. Thomas Aquinas High School recently held a summer football camp for youths in fifth through eighth grades. The camp was designed to teach players skills and techniques along with proper practices of strength and conditioning. Campers focused on throw-

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Cambridge, Pembroke College, during the summer of 2012. There he was a two-time winner of the Peterboro Regatta Cup participating in two back-to-back 8-crew races, subbing for an injured participant. McCann has also been awarded Faculty Honors for the 2013 spring semester having achieved a GPA greater than 3.675, and has also been recognized as a NESCAC All-Aca-

demic for crew. In early May, he was presented with the John L. Nicholas Award in Entrepreneurial Studies at the College’s sixty-third Honors Day. The award is presented to an undergraduate who demonstrates the greatest aptitude for an entrepreneurial career, judged by his portfolio of academic work along with a report of entrepreneurial projects completed or proposed.

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a state or local government, or a 403(b) plan, if you work for an educational institutions or nonprofit group. (If you have a Roth IRA, you are not required to take withdrawals at any age.) Your required minimum distribution is calculated by dividing the prior Dec. 31 balance of your retirement account by a life expectancy factor published by the Internal Revenue Service. As the word “minimum” suggests, you can take out more than this amount, but not less. You can use the money you withdraw for any purpose you choose. It may be that you need all of it to help support your retirement lifestyle. But if you have enough money coming in from other sources — such as Social Security and any investments held outside your retirement accounts — you may find that you don’t really need to use every dollar from your RMDs. And if that’s the situation, you might want to

devote some of this money to a college fund for your grandchildren. Or you could simply give the funds to your grandchildren’s parents and let them decide how best to employ it for college. But you do have other options. For example, you could establish a 529 plan and name your grandchildren as beneficiaries. With a 529 plan, any potential earnings accumulate tax free, provided they are used for qualified higher education expenses. (Keep in mind, though, that 529 plan distributions not used for qualified expenses may be subject to federal and state income tax and a 10% IRS penalty.) Furthermore, your 529 plan contributions may be deductible from your state taxes if you participate in your home state’s plan. However, 529 plans vary, so check with your tax advisor regarding deductibility. In all likelihood, you’ll be able to contribute as much as you

want to a 529 plan, because the lifetime contribution limits are generous — although these limits vary by state. Plus, a 529 plan is flexible: If your grandchild decides against an eligible college or vocational school, you can generally transfer the unused funds to an eligible family member. A 529 plan is not the only college savings vehicle available to help your grandchildren; for other possibilities, you may want to consult with your financial advisor. In any case, once you start taking your RMDs from your retirement accounts, think about putting any “excess” amounts to work for your grandchildren’s college education. Your generosity could provide benefits for a lifetime. This article was written by Edward Jones and submitted by Financial Advisor Joseph Mittica, Joseph.Mittica@edwardjones. com.


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Hampton Welcomes New Owner of Seacoast Florist HAMPTON – Maria Moriarty, a native of North Chelmsford, Mass., and a new resident of Hampton, is the new owner of The Seacoast Florist in Hampton at 10 Depot Square. Moriarty brings talent and experience to the florist industry. She shows her talent through her masterpieces, whether it be floral design, watercolors, canvas painting or murals. The previous owner, Cindy Willis, was pleased to sell the business to Moriarty because of her extensive background and her talent after creating the business 32 years. Moriarty raised three children by herself. Her twins, Ryan and Jillian, are both educators in Massachusetts. Ryan, a graduate of Assumption College and Boston University is a seventh-grade English teacher. Jillian, a graduate of Curry College, is a pre-kindergarten teacher.

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Keegan, her youngest son, is currently completing his undergraduate studies at Johnson and Wales University in Providence, R.I., and will earn his degree this year. Moriarty and her staff were welcomed recently during

a Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. The Seacoast Florist is open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.

Rochester Chamber Welcomes People Care to Membership ROCHESTER – The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed People Care to the chamber’s membership. Located at 255 Route 108 in Somersworth, the non-profit organization has been in business for two years and currently has three volunteers. People Care provides prescription drug abuse prevention services through in-

novative educational presentations to students and parents throughout New Hampshire. The staff also produces public service messages about the dangers of prescription drug abuse and sponsor public community forums to implement solutions to the problem. For additional information, contact Director of Fundraising LuAnne Hume Zaida at (603) 692-1822 or e-mail

LuAnne@nhpeoplecare.org. Information can always be found online by visiting www. nhpeoplecare.org. Visit the chamber’s online community calendar to view listings of events and activities organizations throughout the community are hosting. Access the calendar by visiting www.rochesternh.org.

Hampton Arts Network Honors Karen Raynes for Community Service HAMPTON – The Hampton Arts Network (HAN) recently honored Karen Raynes following the organization’s annual Miniature Golf Tournament at Captain’s Cove Adventure Golf in Hampton. Raynes, a member of HAN, was named “Keeper of the Club” and presented with the official golf putter. The duties of the honoree at the golf tournament are to signal the beginning of play with a blast from an air horn and cheer the players during the tournament. Formed four years ago by a group of local artists, HAN offers members opportunities to exhibit art in local venues and participate in a variety of artistic events, such as the October Art Walk during the year. Raynes is a founding member of the Hampton Arts Network and held the position of membership director for three

years. She created and managed culinary events at HAN’s annual Artwalk. Every year she assists in the preparation and opening of Star Island for the season. Raynes is a member of the Hampton Historical Society and volunteers at all their events, including conducting walking tours in Hampton. A retired professional cook, Raynes said during an interview, “It (volunteering) inspires me to create. I wanted to be a volunteer, but was always working and did not have the time until I returned to Hampton to help with the family business. Marelli’s Market was established in downtown Hampton in 1914 by my grandparents, Luigi and Celestina Marelli, and is still owned and operated by family members.” Now listed in the New Hampshire Historical Register, the market is the oldest continuously run business in Hampton.

Karen and her sister, Marcia Hannon Buber, both work part time at the market. They are compiling a book of family memories, “Marelli’s Market, The First 100 Years, 1914-2014,” to be released in the fall as part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the business. “The book is a statement of pride in our heritage,” said Raynes. Recalling her cooking experiences on Windjammer Schooners, Raynes said, “I found that cooking was a fine profession that allowed me to travel, create and share the fruits of my labor. I’ve cooked on windjammer cruises, Tall Ships, The Gazela Primeiro, at dude ranches, hunting camps and fancy expensive restaurants. When the sailing season was over, I would look for a good chef in a restaurant or hotel and work with him to improve my craft.” Raynes has also written four cookbooks.

Seacoast Law Firm Honored for Advocacy Role in the Community

From left to right, Ashlee Iber, executive director, Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast; Michael J. Donahue, attorney; Sharon Cuddy Somers, attorney; Stephanie A. Guy, paralegal (courtesy photo)

PORTSMOUTH – Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC, a full-service law firm with offices in Exeter, Portsmouth and Meredith, was recognized as a “Community Builder” by the Workforce Housing Coalition of the Greater Seacoast, the nonprofit’s name for local businesses that go above and beyond to support the agency’s mission and the development of workforce housing in the Greater Seacoast region. Since the firm began in 1985, the lawyers at DTC have had a deep involvement with the New Hampshire communities where they represent individual clients and developers, and multiple municipalities throughout the state. Michael Donahue, one of DTC’s founding partners said, “It is readily apparent, especially in the New Hampshire Seacoast, that there is a significant need for housing that is affordable and in reasonable proximity to the centers of employment.” Donahue continued, “The WHC has a well-earned reputation for providing education and information, forums for stakeholders and the impetus to address this significant economic and social issue to the benefit of our communities and our citizens.” DTC was an early supporter of the efforts to raise the work force housing deficit to the attention of our communities and government officials.

In 2008, DTC joined with other likeminded New Hampshire public and business organizations concerned about this issue to underwrite “Communities and Consequences,” a documentary film produced by Jay Childs and Justin Frances, as well as the companion book written by Peter Frances and Lorraine Stuart Merrill. The firm also worked with the City of Portsmouth Planning and Legal Staff to draft what became the first Workforce Housing Zoning Ordinance amendment for the city and developed the framework for the Gateway Zone in Portsmouth that allows substantially increased density on appropriate tracts in a mixed-use format. In addition, DTC has played pivotal roles in the development of mixed-use, mixed-income and senior housing opportunities in the communities of Exeter, Rochester and Rye NH. DTC participates actively in the coalition and with others in the development community to bring the benefits of its practical legal experience permitting projects and advising municipalities in order to advance the goals and objectives of the Workforce Housing Coalition. Companies that achieve “Community Builder” status do so through a $1,000 donation to the coalition and a commitment to support the group’s mission. To learn more, visit www. seacoastwhc.org.

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Demonstration of Ikenobo Ikebana Set at Portsmouth Library

PORTSMOUTH – An Ikenobo Ikebana demonstration will be held at Portsmouth Public Library on Thursday, Sept.12, at 3:30 p.m. Immediately following the demonstration the accompanying exhibit will be unveiled in the library lobby. The exhibit runs through Sunday, Sept. 14. Ikebana is described as a way to express one’s feelings with each individual flower. Many different Ikebana styles have appeared during the 550 years of Ikebana history. They each have a distinctive character and are arranged with a particular form or pattern in mind. However, awareness of natural beauty allows the arranger to approach the ideal beauty which Ikebana seeks. The Kittery Point Ikenobo Chapter is sponsoring the event. The Kittery Point Chapter is affiliated with the Ikenobo Ikebana Society of America in San Francisco and Ikenobo Headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. Four members of the Kittery Point Chapter will demonstrate four different Ikebana styles. The exhibit in the library lobby will be of arrangements made by members of the

Kittery Point Ikenobo Chapter. For more information, contact Elaina Hatsis of the Kittery Point Ikenobo Chapter at elainahatsis@comcast.net. The event is free and open to the public. The library is located at 175 Parrott Ave. For directions, contact the library at 603-427-1540 or visit www.cityofportsmouth.com/library. (courtesy photo)

Rye Public Library Sew What? Pam Anthony and Lisa offer craft, sewing, knitting, or crocheting time at the library, meeting on the first (September 6) and fourth (September 27) Fridays of the month from 3 to 4:30 p.m. LEGO Mania 2013 A lego challenge will be offered, or build what you want, meeting on first Monday of the month (September 9) during the school year from 3 to 4:30 p.m. in the Community Meeting Room. Please remember that only children aged 8+ may be left in the library without supervision. For More Information Contact the library at 603964-8401 or visit www.ryepubliclibrary.org.

...EVENTS from page 4 all parents, including parents of children with special needs. Led by Families First Family Center Director Georgie Clark. 6-7:30 p.m. at Families First, 100 Campus Dr., Portsmouth. Free and includes free child care. Advance signup required: 422-8208 ext. 2 or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org/ programs.cfm.

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Saturday, Sept. 14 Turkey Dinner

The Parish of the Assumption will host a homemade turkey dinner at the St. Charles Church Hall, 577 Central Ave., Dover, from 4 to 6 p.m. Adults cost $9, seniors

Film Eclectica begins at the Portsmouth Public Library PORTSMOUTH – Film Eclectica kicks off the season on Thursday, September 12 at 6:30 p.m. with ‘42’, the life story of Jackie Robinson. The film portrays Robinson’s history-making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1946 under the guidance of team executive Branch Rickey.  This film is rated PG-13, runs for 128 minutes and stars Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman. On Thursday, September 26 we will show ‘Mud’ starring Matthew McConaughey. Two young boys encounter a fugitive on an inhabited island near their Mississippi bayou homes and form a pact to help him evade the bounty hunters on his trail. The boys not only want to save ‘Mud, but also reunite him with his true love, Juniper (Reese Witherspoon).  This film is rated PG-13 and runs for 130 minutes.  ‘The Sapphires’  comes to the Levenson Theatre on Thursday, October 10. This light-heart$8, children 5 to 12 cost $5, and children under 5 are free. Takeout meals are available for $9. The Church Hall is handicapped accessible and the dinner is open to the public.

ed, feel good musical depicts a Vietnam War era one-minute-offame series of events and is based on a true story. It’s 1968, and four young, talented Australian Aboriginal girls learn about love, friendship and war when their all girl group The Sapphires entertain the US troops in Vietnam. Chris O’Dowd puts in a stellar performance as the girls agent. The film is rated PG-13 and runs for 103 minutes.  To celebrate the spooky season of the year on Thursday, October 24 we will show the zombie film ‘Warm  Bodies’.  A highly unusual zombie saves Julie from an attack. The two form a relationship that sets in motion a sequence of events that might transform the entire lifeless world.  This film is rated PG-13, runs for 98 minutes and stars Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer & John Malkovich. Dress in your best zombie attire if you like! The screenings are free and open to the public. The Library is located at 175 Parrott Avenue, next to the Middle School. For directions contact the library at 603-427-1540 or visit our web site at www.cityofportsmouth.com/ library.

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September 6, 2013

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GSS

~ Puzzles ~ CLUES ACROSS 1. Former NBA player Bison __ 5. Rabbit __, Updike novel 10. Rectangular groove 14. Formally declare 15. A citizen of Oman 16. Dull in color 17. Pace of movement 18. Athletic saucers 19. Not crazy 20. -__, denotes past 21. 17th Greek letter 22. “__, chihuahua” 23. Sight, smell and touch 27. Ribbon belts 30. Products of human creativity 31. Behave in a certain manner 32. Breathing out

37. First St. Louis bridge 41. No variation 42. 1/1000 of an ampere 43. Palladium 44. Cain and __ 45. Small stone coffin-like box 46. Failed 2012 candidate 49. Point midway between E and SE 51. Turns into noun 52. Temper or anger 54. Atomic #56 56. Negligible amounts 59. Wuthering Heights author’s initials 60. The cry made by sheep 61. Exclamation of surprise 62. Basics 65. Wife of Mohammed

50. Point midway between S& E 52. Apportions cards 53. Ruled by an abbess 55. Expressed pleasure 57. Bleated 58. Storage buildings 60. Stored in the gallbladder 63. Reciprocal of a sine 64. Point midway between S & SE 65. 8th Month (abbr.) 66. They __ 67. Dental group 68. Conducted

11. Macaws 12. Mother of Perseus 13. Does as told 24. Canonized 25. Stray 26. Speak haltingly 27. __ Dee, actress 28. Air cooling machine 29. Stanley’s automobile 32. Old world, new 33. 16 34. Foot (Latin) 35. A citizen of Thailand 36. Select 38. Airborne (abbr.) 39. River in NE Scotland 40. Skilled in deception 47. Hot condiment 48. Not divisible by two

67. Wing-like structures 69. Smaller amount 70. Lesion 71. Transfer property 72. Indian groom 73. Round stone 74. Sums up CLUES DOWN 1. Challenges 2. Hedge 3. Lease 4. Before 5. Singer Stewart 6. Islamic prince 7. African shirt 8. Unusually (Scot.) 9. Twelve 10. Tooth caregiver

Answers to last week’s puzzles

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GSS

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