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Volume 5 • Issue No. 39

Dover Chamber Reveals 2013 Apple Harvest Day Logo DOVER – Apple Harvest Day, the official kick-off to autumn in the Garrison City, will be back in Dover on Saturday, Oct. 5. Now in its 29th year, the oneday street festival that attracted over 50,000 people to the City in 2012, will include over 300 vendors, five stages of entertainment, a 5K road race and numerous family-friend amusements and activities. Apple Harvest Day 2013 will also feature a new logo, courtesy of Amy Spainhower, Principal & Creative Director at Wedgewood Design in Barrington. “Earlier this year the Apple Harvest Day Committee approached me with the idea of working with them to develop a new logo for the event, which I thought would be a great opportunity for Wedgewood Design,” said Spainhower. “We believe it is our responsibility to help our local community whenever we can and Apple Harvest Day is a great event that we are proud to support.” The new Apple Harvest Day logo features five apples of different colors, speaking to the event’s original roots, but also includes graphics that highlight

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the many other aspects of the festival including the road race, the arts, music and family entertainment. “The logo design was a Wedgewood team effort,” added Spainhower. “In collaborating with our designer,

Karlene Kiskinis, we were able to develop a logo that reflected what Apple Harvest Day is all about: community, families and entertainment.” Apple Harvest Day takes place in downtown Dover annually on the first Saturday

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Manager, Michael Mengers. “Last year we saw a huge surge in attendance at the event and we are planning for another busy day downtown.” For more information on Apple Harvest Day vendor and sponsorship opportunities, as well as 5K Road Race registration, contact the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce at 603742-2218 or find the festival online at www.dovernh.org/ apple-harvest-day-5k-road-race or www.Facebook.com/DoverAppleHarvest. Apple Harvest Day is underwritten by Federal Saving Bank.

Hassler Welcomed to New Castle Home Port NEW CASTLE – On Saturday, Sept. 21, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter addressed officials from both the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) as they welcomed NOAA’s newest research ship, the Ferdinand R. Hassler, to her home port at the UNH pier. The Hassler is one of NOAA’s state-of-the-art coastal mapping vessels. It updates hydrographic charts, and is designed to operate from the Great

Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. The primary reason New Castle serves as the ship’s home port is thanks to the unique partnership between NOAA and the UNH Joint Hydrographic Center. The Center was founded 13 years ago with the objective of developing tools and offering training to support NOAA’s research. In June, Shea-Porter announced that the University of New Hampshire’s Joint Hydrographic Center was selected as the recipient of a $6 million grant from NOAA.

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Last week, the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce revealed the 2013 Apple Harvest Day logo, created by the team at Wedgewood Graphic Design in Barrington. (courtesy photo)

in October from 9:00am to 4:00pm. This year, the Festival will take place on Central Avenue from Third Street to Washington Street and on Henry Law Avenue from Washington Street to George Street. Additional venues will be located on Third Street, First Street, Orchard Street, Henry Law Park and the McConnell Center. “I know everyone is looking forward to Apple Harvest Day coming to Dover and being bigger and better than ever,” said Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce Community Events

NOAA’s newest research ship, Ferdinand R. Hassler. (courtesy photo)

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Local Efforts Underway to Restore Yoken’s Sign PORTSMOUTH – Air Force pilots used it as a dependable landmark while flying into Pease Air Force airbase. Motorists used it as a directional beacon if lost in search of their final destination. These are just a couple of the countless stories about how this famous sign was used to not only identify Yoken’s Restaurant and conference center, but was the ‘go to’ landmark for over fifty years for Seacoast area residents and visitors alike. The community is encouraged to show their support by endorsing this restoration project simply by signing a petition. All costs associated with restoration

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project will be paid for by Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank along with 4 Amigos, LLC of Hampton, NH (the developers of Yoken’s Commons). “We keep hearing positive stories about the sign and what it means to so many that we thought this initiative would be a great way for more people to join us in supporting the reinstallation of this iconic landmark. Our involvement in restoring and preserving this historic treasure reinforces our long-term commitment to the greater Portsmouth area. We are proud to facilitate and help fund this important restoraSee YOKENS page 2...

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Gallery Talk About the Probate Inventory of Ursula Cutt

PORTSMOUTH – In July 1694, the sudden and unexpected death of Madame Ursula Cutt, widow of John Cutt, first President of New Hampshire, by the hands of Abenaki warriors provides a snapshot of the personal belongings of one of the wealthiest widows in Portsmouth. On Saturday, Sept. 28 at 11 a.m., Sandra Rux will speak on Ursula Cutt and the information furnished by her possessions. Her husband’s will left all the land and reversion of the buildings to his children. Ursula’s share was in “moveables,” livestock and some farm tools. It is also probable that she owned many of the linens and some of the clothing before her 1675 marriage to John Cutt. The value assigned to the household linens and the clothing often exceeds that for livestock. Her best pair of sheets was valued at three pounds, while the best cows only at two pounds each! The talk will examine the types of household linens and clothing she owned addressing which were imported and which were made in New Hampshire. Come and share this exciting window into 17th century Portsmouth.

As a part of the commemoration of the Treaty of 1713, signed in Portsmouth on July 14, of that year, the John Paul Jones House is host for “First Nations Diplomacy Opens the Portsmouth Door,” an exhibit featuring copies of the treaty, and objects relating to the period of conflict with the Native Americans and protection of Portsmouth. Contact Sandra Rux at 436-8420 or email sandrarux@ portsmouthhistory.org for reservations. Cost is $5 with members of the Portsmouth Historical Society and children free.

Deadline for Service Academy Nominations Oct. 4 MANCHESTER – U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) reminds students and parents that she will continue accepting applications for nominations to the United States Service Academies until October 4. The nation’s prestigious service academies offer U.S. citizens a free education in exchange for service in the Armed Forces. “Our Service Academies provide young people with a great opportunity to get a great education and serve our country in the Armed Services. I hope New Hampshire students will consider this honorable opportunity,” said Shaheen.

Students wishing to receive an appointment to the U.S. Military Academy (WestPoint), U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, or the U.S. Naval Academy must receive a nomination from an official nominating source. Students interested in applying for a nomination must submit their application materials postmarked, or hand delivered, by close of business on October 4, 2013. Following a competitive review of all applications, the Senator’s office will select and nominate a limited number of qualified students to compete for service academy appointments.

cost to privately fund the restoration of this iconic landmark and invest in Portsmouth’s future. Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank’s contribution along with the 4 Amigos will allow the restoration of this historical sign to take place and once again remain for generations to come to enjoy and appreciate, subject to getting city approval.” To learn how you can show support, visit, write, ‘like’ and share posts of the “Save the

Sign” Facebook page at www. facebook.com/savethesign. Sign the restoration petition by visiting Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank in Portsmouth at 254 State Street. Attend the Board of Adjustment meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. at the City Hall and share your fond memories of the Yoken’s restaurant and sign. (photo courtesy of www.facebook.com/savethesign)

Application materials, application guidelines, eligibility requirements and general information about the nomination process are available at http:// shaheen.senate.gov. Completed applications should be mailed to Office of U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Attn: Academy Nomination Coordinator, 1589 Elm Street, Floor 3, Manchester, N.H. 03101.

...YOKENS from page 1 tion project,” said Janice Morse, President and CEO, Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank. “4 Amigos, property developer of Yoken’s Commons, is very pleased with the way in which the project has taken shape. So many people know this location as the Yoken’s site and we want to carry on that tradition and keep this landmark as part of Portsmouth,” said Jim Mitchell representative of 4 Amigos, LLC. “Additionally we are delighted that the bank has agreed to share in the

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~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday, Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. 28 Rummage Sale

The Women’s Alliance at Greenland’s Community Congregational Church will hold a 3-day Rummage Sale from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Greenland Parish House, 42 Post Road in Greenland. FMI: 603-4368336 or greenlanducc@myfairpoint. net.

Saturday, Sept. 28 Exhibit Called “Last Word”

Join Drift Gallery as they close their 2013 season with their final exhibition, “Last Words,” featuring the Golden Book Gown by Ryan Jude Novelline, paintings by Tyson Jacques, photographs by Alicia Goodwin, a neon installation by TED Fellow Alicia Eggert, and the Brad Pitt Video Portrait by Robert Wilson. The opening reception will be held 5-8 p.m. The exhibition will run until November 2. Drift Contemporary Art Gallery is located at 375 Little Harbor Rd. in Portsmouth.

Classic Rock Block Party

With special guests Westminster Hillbillies and Jam Patrol at the Rochester Opera House at 7 p.m. Bring the kids and enjoy a familyfriendly evening of great music, while supporting this benefit for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Tickets online at RochesterOperaHouse. com or call 603-335-1992.

2nd Annual Hidden Treasures

Join Friends of Somersworth, Inc. for an evening of music, dancing and art from 7 to 11 p.m. at the VFW Post, 43 High St, Somersworth. There will also be a silent auction, 50/50 raffle, music, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. All proceeds to benefit the Hilltop Re-Use project. FMI: www.friendsofsomersworth.com.

A Tail of Two Kitties

Using her lastest illustration publication, “A Tail of Two Kitties” as a model, local artist Libby Chase will speak on how she created the illustrations for this children’s book beginning with concept sketches through the final illustrations of the book. Chase will also demonstrate the different media and techniques used to create the images. From 1 to 4 p.m. at Art Experience, 17 High Street in Hampton. FMI: 603-9260443 or www.artexperienceinc. com.

Sunday, September 29 Children’s Museum Birthday Bash

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is kicking off the celebration of its 30th year with a party for kids and families from noon to 5 p.m., there will be fun activities, live entertainment, and traditional birthday party refreshments generously sponsored by corporate supporter

Bank of New Hampshire. $9 for children and adults, $8 for seniors, and free for museum members and children under age one. FMI: www. childrens-museum.org.

IWCNE Meeting

The International Women’s Club of New England will hold it’s next luncheon the Beachmere, 62 Beachmere Place in Ogunquit. Paul and Joyce Giroux will provide a presentation about their 5-year around the world journey in a 38-foot sailboat. Fee $20. Pre-registration required. FMI: www.iwcne.

Tuesday, Oct. 1 Surviving Your Adolescents

Come find out what’s considered “normal” adolescent behavior. Understand teen risk-taking. Learn when to say no and when to let go; how to keep your children safe; and how and to get them ready for successful adulthood. Leave with a better idea of what can help and what can harm your relationship with your adolescent. Facilitator Bob Pavlik, M.Ed. Tuesdays, Oct. 1 & 8, 6-7:30 p.m., at Families First, 100 Campus Dr., Portsmouth. Free; includes free child care. Advance signup required: 422-8208 ext. 2 or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org/programs.cfm.

Gospels of the New Testament as Literature

By Pastor Steve Magee. This course will consider the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Through reading and discussion we will explore together the themes and styles of these ancient books. Tuesdays, 12 weeks, beginning October 1, $20, 7-8 p.m. Pre-registration is required. Call Exeter Adult Education 603-775-8457 or online at adulted. sau16.org.

The first program “School Days Series: Mad Dog & Me - Bullying and the Power of Kindness” is scheduled for October 1-2 at 9:30 a.m. in the Loft. Tickets: $6. This engaging and entertaining mix of world tales and personal stories addresses the culture of cruelty in our society.

Wednesday, Oct. 2 Helping Kids Navigate Peer Relationships

Siblings, cousins, neighbors, peers. Children have quite a few relationships to navigate. What is your child’s role in getting along with peers, and what is yours? Come to this Q&A with noted psychologist and author Dr. Dawn Huebner. 9:30-11 a.m. at Families First, 100 Campus Dr., Portsmouth. Free; includes free child care. Advance signup required: 422-8208 ext. 2 or FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org/programs.cfm.

Chamber Connection

By Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce. Speaker Marie Brownell, Brownell Insurance Center, will speak on “What You Need to Know About the Affordable Care Act” from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 1 Lafayette Road in Hampton. RSVP to katie@hamptonchamber.com or 603-926-8718, ext. 104.

Thursday, Oct. 3 Deadline Approaches

Strafford County Retired Educators will present best selling local author, Roxie Zwicker, on Thursday, Oct.

10 at Nippo Golf Club located at 88 Stagecoach Lane in Barrington. Ms Zwicker is the author of Haunted Cemeteries of New England, Haunted Portsmouth, Haunted Pubs of New England, Haunted York County, and Haunted Portland. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. for members and new members. Lunch will be served at noon after the presentation. To reserve, contact Priscilla Bowlen at acreboy@metrocast.net, 603-332-4689 or Mary Lane at 7436940 by October 3.

at the North Hampton Town Hall, 231 Atlantic Avenue, at 7 p.m. FMI: nhheritage@gmail.com.

Discover Thursdays

Featuring Andy Happel at 7 p.m. at Discover Portsmouth, 10 Middle Street in Portsmouth. Admission: $10 Members/ $12 Non-Members. FMI: PortsmouthHistory.org or call 603-436-8433.

Saturday, Oct. 5 Exeter Area Chamber Events

The 15th Annual Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the 2nd Annual Powder Keg Beer & Chili Fest from noon to 4 p.m. at Swasey Parkway. Wagon rides, apple pie baking contest, scarecrow contest, storytelling, pumpkin bowling, crafts, live music, magic show and more. FMI: www. exeterarea.org.

Newcomers and Neighbors

The featured speaker will be Carol Brushe, Executive Director of the Eastern Trail Alliance. Carol will speak about the Eastern Trail and East Coast Greenway and all it has to offer for bikers and hikers. At the Kennebunkport Community House, across from the Post Office at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served. FMI: 603-571-8254, newcomerskka@ gmail.com, or www.kptanewcomers.org.

Motorcycle Run

The Studio 109 Relay for Life team will host a benefit motorcycle run. The day will begin at 8 a.m. at Studio 109 (10 Main Street, Gonic, NH / back parking lot) with registration and breakfast. At 9 a.m., there will be a blessing of the bikes, and kickstands will be up at 9:15 a.m. to begin the run. A festive raffle will also be held. This event is open to the public. Cost is $15 per bike and $5 per passenger (breakfast included) with proceeds going to support the American Cancer Society - Relay for Life, which will be held on June 21/22, 2014 at Spaulding High School in Rochester. FMI: 603-335-7022.

North Hampton Heritage Commission

Everyone enjoys looking at houses and other structures but do we know what we are seeing? The North Hampton Heritage Commission invites all who wish to learn more about the architectural styles found in New Hampshire to attend a presentation by Maggie Stier, Field Service Representative of the NH Preservation Alliance in partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The free program is

Dover Chamber’s TechTalk

8 a.m. to 10 a.m. “Mobilize” – Many of us have more computing power in our pockets than we had on our desktops just five years ago. As the technology has matured, businesses have come to increasingly rely on mobile technologies. A lot of business happens outside the confines of your desk and office. Whether these devices are BYOD (bring your own device) or companyissued, you need to support it and ensure your business data is protected. Listen as our mobile security professionals discuss how to effectively integrate mobile technologies with your business processes. Topics will cover: mobile solutions, configuration, mobile device management, policies, and security.

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Anti-Bullying Program

The Music Hall is participating in National Bullying Awareness + Prevention Month by offering two programs bookending the month of October, that deal with the issue.

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Free Health & Wellness Expo on Sept. 28 DOVER – Maple Suites Senior Independent Living will be hosting a free Health & Wellness Expo on Saturday, Sept. 28 at Maple Suites, 30 Holiday Drive in Dover, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The free event is open to the public. More than twelve free health and wellness screenings will be offered

by a variety of local health and wellness businesses throughout the seacoast. Screenings include blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol, eye care, hearing screening, orthopedic massages, chiropractic care, foot screenings, home safety, mobile scooter safety, cane and walker fittings and use, holistic medicines, short-term memory screening,

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muscle strength, spinal motion analysis and medication information and safety. Additionally, shingles and flu shots will be available. There is a charge for the vaccinations. If you would like to attend the free event or need more information, please call 603-7428820. The public is also invited to walk-in the day of the event.

ROCHESTER – Join Community Partners to kick off Mental Health Awareness Week with the “Rocking into the Light” Concert featuring The Brian Maes Band and local talent Beat 4, Thursday Oct. at 7 p.m. at the Rochester Opera House. Tickets can be purchased for $19 at the Opera House Box Office.

October marks the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy signing into law the Community Mental Health Act, which laid the foundation for today’s network of Community Mental Health Centers, like Community Partners. As the Community Mental Health See CONCERT page 5...

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Free Health Education Programs All programs are located at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in the Garrison Wing Auditoriums.

Break Free From Pelvic Floor Disorders Mon., October 7th at 6 p.m.

Elizabeth Chase, MD, of Garrison Women’s Health Center, will present an evening for exploring treatments available for women with urinary incontinence and pelvic prolapse. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 740-2817.

Genetics: The Future of Medicine Mon., October 14th at 6 p.m.

Eugene Soares, MD, Ph.D., FAAP, Medical Director of Wentworth Health Partners’ Center for Medical Genetics, will discuss genetics and its importance in medicine as well as the ethical issues raised by the application of genetics in medicine. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 740-2817.

Vegetarian Nutrition Tues., October 15th at 7 p.m.

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Outpatient Dietitian Leigh Davenport, RD, LD, will review how to plan your vegetarian diet for optimal health and the inclusion of necessary nutrients. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 740-2817.

Breast Cancer: Affirm Yourself for Life’s Challenges Thurs., October 17th at 6 p.m. Speaker and author Janet Edmunson, M.Ed. uses personal stories, affirming statements and discussion to find ways to stay positive and thrive in the midst of the difficulties of living with cancer or caring for someone with cancer. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 609-6120.

Seacoast Diabetes Expo

Wed., October 23rd from 5 - 8 p.m. This event provides information for both children and adults with diabetes, including a diabetes-friendly cooking demonstration. There will also be free foot checks and other health screenings along with information booths and guest speakers. No registration needed.

Going Organic

Wed., November 20th at 7 p.m. Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Outpatient Dietitian Leigh Davenport, RD, LD, will teach you how to recognize fact versus fiction in the organic food movement. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 740-2817.

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Health & Fitness Color Your Plate the Color of Autumn Although the season of BBQs and picnics maybe be coming to an end, the American Stroke Association, a di-

vision of the American Heart Association, notes that the Autumn season brings a variety of seasonal fruits and produce

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that are good for the heart and the brain. “Fall is the perfect time to incorporate vegetables and fruits into your diet,” notes Hannaford Registered Dietician Kris Lindsey. “Options like apples, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, pears and kale are at their peak during this time of year and are full of nutrients that can help reduce your risk

for stroke.” According to the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, fruits and vegetables with color contain vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals that have different disease-fighting elements. These compounds may be important in reducing the risk of many conditions, including stroke – our nation’s

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No. 4 leading cause of death and leading cause of long term disability. The Association recommends at least 4-5 servings per day of fruits and vegetables based on a 2000 calorie diet as part of a healthy lifestyle that can lower your risk for this deadly disease. “Your goal should be to See FOOD page 6...

At the opening ceremonies last year, walkers received flowers of four different colors which represent those who have Alzheimer’s (blue), those who are supporting or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s (yellow), those who have lost someone to Alzheimer’s (purple), and those who support the cause and a vision of a world without Alzheimer’s (orange). Later, they flowers will be “planted” in a garden. (photo courtesy of Lucy Day Champion)

PORTSMOUTH – The Seacoast Area Walk will offer a chance for the Seacoast communities to support Alzheimer’s awareness on Sunday, Sept. 29 at Strawbery Banke in Portsmouth. Lucy Day Champion, a Hampton resident, is a proud member of Chamberland’s Angels for the sixth year, and continues to serve on the Seacoast Area Walk

Planning Committee. She walks in memory of her mom. Show your support by making a pledge at http://act.alz.org/ goto/LucyDayChampion. To learn about more ways to support the cause, call Champion at 603-926-4032 or email LucyDayChampion@gmail.com. For more information about the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and the Alzheimer’s Association, visit www.alzwalkMANH.org.

...CONCERT from page 5 Center for Strafford County, Community Partners serves nearly 3,000 people with behavioral health needs annually. President Kennedy’s action with the Community Mental Health Act was a turning point for the way the country treats people with serious mental illness. Now people with mental illness are treated at Community Mental Health Centers in their communities, not hidden away in institutions. Community Partners strives to create a community in which people with mental illness are supported and welcomed as full members of society. Chris Kozak, Community Partners Chief Operations Officer said, “The Community Mental Health Centers

are a part of a movement to help people with mental illness lead full lives engaged in their community. We are working to reduce the perception that somehow seeking and getting the help needed to treat mental illness is any different than seeking and getting physical healthcare”. This celebration of the Community Mental Health Act features The Brian Maes Band. The band features, former members of RTZ, Peter Wolf’s Houseparty 5 and Ernie and the Automatics. Opening for these seasoned musicians is Beat4, a local group of middle school musicians recommended by Ralph Napolitano of Ralph’s House of Tone. All proceeds benefit Community Partners. For more information, visit www.communitypartnersnh.org.

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Health & Fitness means a variety of health benefits that can lend itself to helping control weight, improve cholesterol and lower blood pressure.” Seasonal produce is often more abundant and more affordable—helping to take a strain

...FOOD from page 5 see a rainbow of color when you look at your plate,” states Lindsey. “A diversity of color of healthy foods usually

off your pocketbook as well. By taking advantage of the season’s harvest, you can help you and your family be healthier. With nearly 78 million American adults obese and one in three children consid-

ered overweight or obese, it’s important to take control of your diet by making healthy choices. Obesity is a major— yet controllable—risk factor for stroke and heart disease. Eating plenty of fruits and veg-

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BUSINESS & FINANCE What Do New Investors Really Need to Know?

If you’re starting out as an investor, you might be feeling overwhelmed. After all, it seems like there’s just so much to know. How can you get enough of a handle on basic investment concepts so that you’re comfortable in making well-informed choices? Actually, you can get a good grip on the investment process by becoming familiar with a few basic concepts, such as these: Stocks versus Bonds – When you buy stocks, or stock-based investments, you are buying ownership shares in companies. Generally speaking, it’s a good idea to buy shares of quality companies and to hold these shares for the long term. This strategy may help you eventually overcome short-term price declines, which may affect all stocks. Keep in mind, though, that when buying stocks, there are no guarantees you won’t lose some or

all of your investment. By contrast, when you purchase bonds, you aren’t becoming an “owner” – rather, you are lending money to a company or a governmental unit. Barring default, you can expect to receive regular interest payments for as long as you own your bond, and when it matures, you can expect to get your principal back. However, bond prices do rise and fall, typically moving in the opposite direction of interest rates. So if you wanted to sell a bond before it matures, and interest rates have recently risen, you may have to offer your bond at a price lower than its face value. For the most part, stocks are purchased for their growth potential (although many stocks do offer income in the form of dividends), while bonds are bought for the income stream provided by interest payments. Ideally, though, it is important to build a diversified portfolio containing stocks, bonds, certificates of deposit (CDs), government securities and other

investments designed to meet your goals and risk tolerances. Diversification is a strategy designed to help reduce the effects of market volatility on your portfolio; keep in mind, however, that diversification, by itself, can’t guarantee a profit or protect against loss. Risk versus Reward – All investments carry some type of risk: Stocks and bonds can decline in value, while investments such as CDs can lose purchasing power over time. One important thing to keep in mind is that, generally, the greater the potential reward, the higher the risk. Setting goals – As an investor, you need to set goals for your investment portfolio, such as providing resources for retirement or helping pay for your children’s college educations. Knowing your own investment personality – Everyone has different investment personalities – some people can accept more risk in the hopes of greater rewards, while others

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~

Las Vegas Comedian To Help Portsmouth Lions

NEWINGTON – Las Vegas style comedy is coming to Momma D’s in Newington, Saturday, Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. when Joe Yannetty, who is one of the top comedians in the business will be appearing in a show to benefit the Portsmouth Lions Club. Appearing along with him, will be Chris Pennie

and Michelle Mortensen. Yannetty, is a regular in Las Vegas and cruise ships as well as having made more than 40 television appearances including Comedy Central, HBO, Showtime, ABC, Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.

Six-Week Film Workshop for Youths Set at Opera House ROCHESTER – Rochester Opera House introduces “Flicker Films Workshop,” a filmmaking learning experience for students ages 10 to 18. With an emphasis on originality and hands-on learning, students use real-world equipment to create their own script, shot list and production schedule. The goal of the program is to ensure that students have fun while learning the skills to create a professional quality film or video. No experience or equipment is required. The “Flicker Films Workshop” is a six-week program, set Oct. 1 to Nov. 7, which will meet each Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. A Red Carpet Extravaganza, the premiere of these new works, will be held on the last day of class, Nov. 7 at 4:30 p.m. Program Director Shay Willard is a local filmmaker, actor, director, singer and educator from Dover. He holds a master of fine arts degree in film

production from Ohio University and has eight years experience in childhood education. He has taught filmmaking to students ages 10 to 20 in a camp, afterschool and collegiate environment. Co-instructor Julie Lawlor is a graduate of Endicott College with a bachelor’s degree in communication with a concentration in digital film. Lawlor produced a thesis documentary on Portsmouth’s own Seven Stages Shakespeare Company. Registration is now open and forms are available at the ROH box office and by download at RochesterOperaHouse.com. Class size is limited. Contact Martha at ROH2@metrocast.net or call 603-335-1992 for details.

Pennie is a full-fledged star on the comedy scene with a devoted following and credentials that are rapidly making him one of the most sought after comedians on the circuit. Pennie was a national finalist in the CMT search for the funniest comedian in the country and has been a finalist in the Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival and the Beantown Comedy Riots as well as being invited to the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta and the Boston Comedy Festival. When first starting out, Pennie was a finalist in the Mohegan Sun “Funniest Amateur Comic in New England.” contest. Mortensen has been a finalist in New Hampshire’s Funniest Comic contest; she was a part of the Granite Fest Comedy Festival, The Plymouth Rock Comedy Festival, she is a regular at The Comedy Studio, Giggles, and has performed at Coconuts in St. Petersburg, Side Splitters in Tampa, the Firewater Grille in Charleston, SC and more. Tickets for the show and dinner are $44, $25 for the show only. Dinner begins at 6 p.m. and should be done before the show. For more information, contact Amy Pruszenski at harbordoc@ aol.com or 603-964-9091.

Bill Bryson to Introduce Chronicle of America in 1927 PORTSMOUTH – On Thursday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m., the Writers on a New England Stage series welcomes

bestselling nonfiction author Bill Bryson, with his exuberant new work chronicling one truly fabulous American epoch, “One Summer America, 1927.” His evening in the Music Hall’s theater includes an author presentation and on-stage interview with Virginia Prescott, host of New Hampshire Public Radio’s “Word of Mouth.” The series’ house band Dreadnaught will play live music during the one-hour event. Bill Bryson is known for his inimitable wit and exuberance, which he turns now toward one year, one summer in our still-young country when America stepped out onto the global stage with larger-thanlife characters and great accomplishments. Much more than just a history, “One Summer” is animated with beautifully told anecdotes and witty asides as well as fascinating facts.

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White Line Carving Workshop at Lane Library HAMPTON – Based in Georgetown, MA, woodcut artist Kate Hanlon is the featured artist for September in the Lane Library’s downstairs Weston Gallery. Hanlon is skilled in a printmaking technique called “white line carving” that was adapted from older Japanese techniques in 1915 by a group of six artists in Provincetown, MA. The process involves carving an outline into a sheet of wood, then brushing each section with watercolor paint and rolling a sheet of paper over the painted sections. This results in a beautiful, “stainedglass” effect for the finished print. Thanks to a generous subsidy from the Friends of the Lane Library, Hanlon will be teaching a workshop for those 16 years or older. The class will take place on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. No previous artistic experience is necessary, but please

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be aware that participants will be cutting designs into a wood block with a very sharp knife. There is a materials cost of $5 per person, and the class is limited to 20 people. Those interested may call the library at 603926-3368. View more at www. katehanlon.com.

Award-winning “Clean Room” Returns for Festival 2013 PORTSMOUTH – When an artist ventures out to the edges of our society to find characters with stories to tell, the results can be remarkable. Such is the case with actor/ playwright Leslie Pasternack’s “Clean Room,” which was featured in Act One’s Festival 2012 and won the 2012 Spotlight Awards for Best Actress and Best Original Script. With body, voice, and masks, Leslie Pasternack conjures both sides of an eccentric and captivating love story, bringing to life two big-hearted, but

lonely souls whose lives collide in “Clean Room.” “Clean Room” will be performed at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 29 and at 8 p.m. on October 5, 11 & 12. General Admission is $20; seniors and students are $18; with Festival Pass $16/$14. Please note: “Clean Room” is for mature audiences. Tickets are going fast and available online at www.actonenh.org or by calling 603-300-2986. The West End Studio Theatre is located at 959 Islington Street and is air-conditioned, wheelchair accessible, with off-street parking.

Patrick Dorow Productions Presents “Singing for Seats” PORTSMOUTH – Special guest, Jennifer Fogarty, on break from the International Tour of “The Addams Family,” along with featured performers, Merrill Peiffer and Scottie McLaughlin will be joining a star-studded cast of your favorite Seacoast area performers for two evenings of “Singing for Seats”! “Singing for Seats” will be a family friendly, cabaret-style benefit concert with music ranging from billboard top hits to Broadway classics. A portion of all “Singing for Seats” concert tickets will go toward funding the Players’ Ring current project aimed at replacing their outdated theatre seats. “The Ring would love to transform our 70-seat theatre into a genuine Black Box Theatre to enhance the experience for our audience and for each production company. Doing this would

allow each project the ability to achieve their artistic vision without the hassles of dealing with outdated, heavy, theatre seats that are bolted to the risers,” said a Players’ Ring Board Member. Performances of Singing for Seats will be Sunday, Sept. 29 and Wednesday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. at the Players’ Ring, 105 Marcy Street in Portsmouth. Want to help? The Players’ Ring has a crowd funding campaign going on via Indiegogo, whereby anyone can donate money in exchange for donated gifts including: tickets, jewelry, gift certificates and more. You can even purchase one of the vintage seats or have your name put on one of the new seats. For more information, visit www.indiegogo.com, www.playersring.org and www.patrickdorowproductions.com, or call 603-436-8123.


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~ News ~ Registration Open For 2013 Citizens’ Leadership Academy DOVER — Registration is now open for the 2013 Centrix Bank Citizens’ Leadership Academy presented by the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce and City of Dover. The program will offer Garrison City residents a firsthand look at local government and municipal operations, as well as provide attendees with opportunities to participate in shaping the future of the city. The free, four-week, five-session program will begin on Thursday, October 3. “The leadership academy is a valuable opportunity to learn about local governance here in Dover and discover opportunities to become a better informed and involved citizen,” commented J.

Michael Joyal, Dover’s City Manager. This year’s Citizens’ Leadership Academy will include presentations by City Manager, J. Michael Joyal, Director of Planning and Community Development, Christopher G. Parker and Recreation Director, Gary Bannon. The program will also include a visit to the North End Fire Station and a bus tour of the City’s Community Services facilities led by Doug W. Steele, Community Services Director. “The program is structured to give Dover residents and business owners an overview of the roles and responsibilities of the various city departments and a behind the scenes look at how they

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Graduates of the 2012 Centrix Bank Citizens’ Leadership Academy stand with Mayor Trefethan. (courtesy photo)

each support and contribute to the quality of life enjoyed in our community,” added Joyal. The Leadership Academy will meet on the evenings of October 3, 10, 17 and 24, as well as an afternoon session on Satur-

day, Oct. 19. Participants are not required to make every meeting, but regular attendance is strongly encouraged. Those interested in attending the Academy can register online at www.dovernh.org/citizens-lead-

ership-academy or call Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce Community Events Manager, Michael Mengers, at (603) 742-2214. Interested participants are encouraged to register early as the program is limited to 25 participants.

SPORTS Anniversary Event Attracts National Comedian NEW CASTLE – The First Tee of New Hampshire is celebrating a decade of service to New Hampshire youth at their 10th Anniversary event on Friday, Sept. 27, starting at 6 p.m. All are welcome to enjoy the festivities at the Wentworth By The Sea. Corporate Champion Northwestern Mutual is the generous Title Sponsor. Entertainment is provided by famed Comedian Henry Cho, an avid golfer and supporter of The First Tee. Cho is known for his versatile act worldwide and will soon be heading to New Hampshire with his hysterical, clean comedy. Founded in 2003 at the Sagamore Driving Center in North Hampton, the First Tee of New Hampshire is one of 200 Chapters around the country. The nonprofit youth development organization now offers after-school programs, summer camps and year-round activities throughout the state, in 36 different schools and affiliate golf courses, including Sagamore Golf Club, Rockingham Country Club, Wentworth By The Sea, The Oaks Golf Links, Candia Woods, Hanover Country Club and Plausawa Valley. Other golf clubs in NH also support them. The First Tee also partners with Boys & Girls Club, Ys, Boys and Girls Scouts, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Recreation Departments and other youth organizations. Their mission is to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-

enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. Participants are taught the Nine Core Values: honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgment. Henry Cho has appeared on NBC’s The Tonight Show, CBS’s The Late, Late, Show, NBC’s Young Comedians Special, opened for Jerry Seinfield and been a Vegas headliner. Cho was the keynote entertainer for The 59th Annual Radio & Television Correspondents’ Dinner attended by President Bush and has worked extensively with celebrities Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Willie Nelson, Carrie Underwood and many others. His TV and film credits include a Comedy Central Special, The Henry Cho Show on Great American Country Channel, host of NBC’s Friday Night Videos, Universal’s McHale’s Navy with Tom Arnold and David Allen Greer; Say It Isn’t So with Heather Graham & Sally Field; & Material Girls with Hilary Duff and Angelica Houston produced by Madonna. The special event honors those who exemplify the core values and have shown extraordinary commitment over the past 10 years. These community leaders include Founder Richard Luff, Joan Marchessault, Joanne Lamprey, John Bottomley, Golf & Ski’s Scott Peters & Ned Waters, teacher Nancy Miller, coach Jim Blalock, Tracey Godfroy and children and teens; Lauren Thibodeau, Ty Plaza,

Parapalooza 2013 to Help Fund Team USA Quest DOVER – Seacoast Music Award Winners Heavens to Murgatroid will headline a rock-n-roll fundraiser “Parapalooza” to benefit local area Para Equestrian Mary Jordan in her bid to make Team USA at the 2014 World Equestrian Games (WEG) in Normandy, France. The event will be held Saturday, Sept. 28 at Cara Irish Pub’s upstairs Chameleon Club, 11 Fourth Street in Dover, starting at 7 p.m. Jordan, a seacoast area resident, is an international Para Equestrian who represented the United States at the 2010 Alltech World Equestrian Games in Kentucky and was an alternate for the London 2012 Paralympics. She became the third person in her family diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) 11 years ago and is a national MS advocate and public speaker. Having earned her qualifying score to secure an invitation to the US Selection Trials next summer, she is now actively pursuing a berth on the 2014 squad with her mount Sebastian, owned by Deecie Denison of Vermont. “My sport is my passion and I ride for a reason: to share that we live in a new day and age of great hope with MS. My riding brings me great joy and is my conduit to raise awareness about MS Josh Godfroy and Brian Adams. Tickets to this important fundraiser are $150 per person. Tables can be reserved for a discount. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, call 603-964-3033, email kc@thefirstteenh.org, or visit www.TheFirstTeeNH.org.

Para Equestrian Mary Jordan (Lindsay McCall photo)

and Para Equestrian sport, to be an example of what a person with MS can do,” Jordan said. To kick off her “Mary from Maine Normandy Campaign” and celebrate the spirit of the sport Jordan invited her favorite band Heavens to Murgatroid to headline the event. Heavens to Murgatroid is an award-winning popular seacoast-area power-pop band from the early ‘90s made up of seacoast-area residents Tim McCoy, Rick Twombly, Tim Theriault and Alan Jordan. Together the group recorded several albums starting with their debut album “!” and topped the charts on college, alternative and Boston-area radio stations. The group is graciously volunteering their time to Jordan’s fundraiser. Last year their Portsmouth show was sold out. “Competing internationally is daunting in what it entails since many of the competitions are across the country and around the world. I am grateful to the band and the community for their support and becoming part of our

team,” Jordan said. “I thought it would be a great celebration to bring together their music with my goal. They are great guys who know what it is like to work hard and chase a dream. I have been a diehard fan for years and have always related to the drive and talent of these wonderful musicians and songwriters. My iPod is filled with their amazing music!” Proceeds from the event will go to direct athlete competition support with a portion of the proceeds being given to MSrelated programs and the United States Para Equestrian Association (USPEA). The suggested donation is $15. Tickets can be purchased in three ways and online donations are tax-deductible: Visit www. uspea.org/parapalooza, call 207216-0094, or visit Cara Irish Pub before the event, or at the door the night of the event. Residents can follow Jordan’s progress on the Mary from Maine Normandy Campaign 2014 page on Facebook. A website is forthcoming at www.maryfrommaine.com.


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~ Technology ~

Ask The Computer Lady

Your Files Can Be Held For Ransom! Earlier this year, a terrible new type of malware known as ransomware began to appear. The Cryptolocker hijacker quietly searches through your hard drive, and any other networked drives that your computer can access including your server, finds your personal and business files and wraps them up in strong encryption. You won’t even know that it has been installed on your system until it has finished encrypting all your files, then it will announce its presence with a brightly colored pop-up window demanding that you pay a fee of $300, before the timer runs out, to get your files back. Many antivirus programs have not been able to catch this ransomware until it is too late. The scary thing about CryptoLocker is that it really does encrypt your files, and there is not a way to get them back unless you either have a backup that was not connected to your computer at the time of infection, or you pay the ransom. Any backup drives that are connected to your computer will be encrypted, as will your server if your computer has access to it. Cloud backup services like Carbonite and Mozy will simply backup the encrypted files to their servers, so unless you can retrieve earlier versions of the files, (Carbonite keeps them for 30 days) you are out of luck.

What can you do to protect yourself from this malicious program? Here is what I did: I took an external hard drive that is larger than my computer hard drive, and plugged it into the USB port on my computer. Then, using Acronis True Image, I clicked on the “Backup and Recovery” tab, and selected, “Disk and Partition backup”. In the window, I checked off my local disk (C) as the source, and the USB drive as the destination. Finally, I clicked the “Back up now” button to begin the backup. Three hours later, when the backup was finished, I unplugged the drive from my computer, and put it away. I will repeat this process at the end of every week, and I might even get a second hard drive and alternate backups just in case one of them fails. I urge you to find a way to backup or archive your files so that they are protected. You can use an external hard drive as long as it is not attached to your computer once the backup is finished. You could also use a USB flash drive, or burn your files to CDs or DVD, and then store them in a safe place. If this is something that you are not comfortable doing yourself, contact your local computer shop and get an estimate, this is something that I love to help my customers with. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady,

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ROCHESTER – Do you like to know how things are made? Do you enjoy sketching and designing? Gain a hands-on experience in technical theatre at Rochester Opera House Technical Theatre Workshop for ages twelve to eighteen. Apply your talents to theatre in this workshop that explores a different aspect of technical theatre arts each week. Technical Theatre Workshop is an afterschool eight-week program that

meets each Wednesday (October 2 – November 20) from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. During the last week of the workshop, students engage in the Techie Olympics, a fun competition to showcase their skills learned during the workshop. Classes, based on the New Hampshire Department of Education Curriculum, explore different aspects of technical theatre arts each week and include: Scenic Design & Painting, Car-

pentry, Lighting Design, Sound Design, Stage Craft and Film Production. Under the direction of professional, seasoned artists and instructors, students gain first-hand knowledge and experience in the behind-the-scenes technical intricacies necessary to stage a live theatre production. Registration is now open and forms are available at the Box Office and online at RochesterOperaHouse.com. Class size is limited. For more information, contact Martha at ROH2@metrocast.net or call 603-335-1992.

A question about Excel - a pretty elementary question, I think, but I am not a practiced Excel user. I have (and use slightly) Excel 2007 and 2010 on my laptops. I use the program to maintain a record of the business miles I drive each year, for tax purposes, so each year I have to try to recreate the same form to fill in. Here’s the question: How do I ask the program to carry out the same procedure in multiple rows of the same column? (e.g. if I want column H to show the product of (G - F) in each row, and want this to happen in every row from 1 to 67, how do I program that?) I hope this is clear enough. Thank you for any help you can give! Jo

is a small box. Hover your cursor over that small box and it will turn into a plus sign. 3. When your cursor turns into a plus sign, hold down your left mouse button and drag down as many rows as you want to copy the formula to. 4. Release your mouse button, and excel will copy the formula to each row, relative to that row. Now, if the formula in row 3 is G3 - F3, the copied formula in row 4 would be G4 - F4. Elizabeth

some sort of camera software. My Logitech webcam came with a disk, and had some software for using the camera to take pictures, but when I moved it to my new computer, I didn’t install the CD and while the webcam works with Google hangouts and other programs, the only way I can access the webcam directly is through the control panel. I wish I knew what you wanted to do with the webcam, I might be able to help you find some software to accomplish your task. Elizabeth

Dear Computer Lady, I have a Dell XPS 420 with a built-in webcam and my OS is Windows 7 Home Premium 32 Bit. My problem is that I can only open the webcam when I’m on Skype. How can I open the webcam normally? Thank you, Teddy

Computer Vocabulary: Internet The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers in over 100 countries. The Internet is used to exchange data, news and opinions. The Internet is not controlled by any one country or company, but instead each computer connected to the internet is independent. You can choose which internet service to use, and what content on your computer you make available to the rest of the internet. No one actually owns the internet, and no one person or organization controls the internet, in fact, the internet is more of an idea or concept than a physical structure. Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions

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Dear Jo, Thank you so much for your detailed description! It makes it very easy to answer your question. To make every row in column H show the product of (G - F), first make your formula in the first row. Make sure the formula is correct, and showing you the correct results, then, follow these simple steps. 1. Click on the cell with the formula once to highlight it. 2. Notice in the lower-right corner of the highlighted cell there

Dear Teddy, I’m not sure what you mean by normally, but a webcam is kind of like your speakers. It works in programs that are made to use a webcam, but doesn’t have its own program unless the software that came with the webcam includes

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6SPEED, AUTOMATIC, TIRE & WHEEL PKG, A/C, PREMIUM CLOTH SEATING, TILT & CRUISE CONTROL, FOG LAMPS. #JP244

5.7 LITRE HEMI, PANORAMIC SUNROOF, NAV, 20” WHEEL PACKAGE, LUXURY II GROUP WITH HEATED & VENTILATED FRONT LEATHER SEATS, DEMO APPROX 3300 MILES, 8 SPEED AUTO TRANS. #JG900

MSRP $22,280 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000

MSRP $47,080 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $5,000

21 MPG CITY | 27 MPG HWY

SALE $18,280

Brand New 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4

SALE $43,080

Brand New 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4x4

POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, TILT & CRUISE CONTROL, 8 SPEED AUTO TRANS, A/C. #JG937

AUTOMATIC, A/C, 3.73 REAR AXLE RATIO, SIRIUS XM SATELLITE RADIO. #JW905

5.7 LITRE HEMI, NAV, 20” ALUMINUM WHEEL UPGRADE PKG, POWER SUNROOF, HTD LEATHER SEATS, POWER LIFTGATE, 8 SPEED AUTO TRANS. #JG905

AUTOMATIC, A/C, 430 MAV WITH UCONNECT & BLUETOOTH, BODY COLORED HARDTOP, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, TILT & CRUISE. #JW897

MSRP $31,990 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000

MSRP $28,880 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000

MSRP $41,775 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000

MSRP $36,965 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000

SALE $28,990

SALE $25,580

SALE $37,775

SALE $32,695

PURCHASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 10% CASH, TRADE OR TRADE EQUITY USED AS DOWN PAYMENT, 75 MONTHS @ 3.99%. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT. LEASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 36 MONTH, 10K MILES PER YEAR, $2499 DUE AT SIGNING. #8681 TOTAL AMOUNT OF PAYMENTS $10,518.12. ADJ RESIDUAL $20,473.60. #JG905 TOTAL AMOUNT OF PAYMENTS #13,600.44. ADJ RESIDUAL $26,318.25. S/A TIER CREDIT. ALL SALE PRICES AND PAYMENTS INCLUDE COMPETITIVE OR RETURNING LEASE REBATE OF $1000, CUSTOMERS MAY QUALFY FOR ADDITIONAL REBATES. SAME DAY TRANSACTION ONLY. TAX, TITLE, DOC EXTRA. SALE ENDS SEPT. 30TH, 2013.


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