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Journalist Rachel Slade to Discuss New Book on El Faro Tragedy PORTSMOUTH On Tuesday, November 5, bestselling author and journalist Rachel Slade comes to The Music Hall Loft to discuss her latest book, “Into the Raging Sea”, a narrative on the mystery of El Faro’s tragic fate and the hidden truth about modern shipping. The 7 p.m. event includes an author presentation and interview with Mel Allen, Editor

at Yankee Magazine, followed by a Q&A and post-event book signing and meet-and-greet. Into the Raging Sea, unravels the disastrous and mysterious circumstances that lead to the worst American shipping disaster in recent years when Hurricane Joaquin barreled into the Bermuda Triangle and swallowed the container ship El Faro whole. No one could fathom how a vessel equipped

with satellite communications, a sophisticated navigation system, and cutting-edge weather forecasting could suddenly vanish — until now. Relying on hundreds of exclusive interviews with family members and maritime experts, as well as the words of the crew members themselves — whose conversations were See SLADE page 6...

Seacoast Vet-to-Vet Café A Success DOVER A new monthly Vet-To-Vet Café hosted by Wentworth Hospice debuted at Langdon Place of Dover, 60 Middle Road. Veterans from World War II, Korean Conflict, Iraq and Afghanistan wars participated. One of the highlights of the cafe was a photo taken of three vets aged 101, 102 and 103 years old (see photo to right). Alfred Ferrer, age 101, resides at Langdon Place of Dover. He was a Captain in the 13th Airborne Division in France during WWII, and during the Korean Conflict he served as Captain with the 1st Cavalry Division in North Korea. Roy

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Tanner, age 103 lives in Dover and was a Navy electrician on an LST heading from the Philippines towards Japan when the atomic bomb was dropped and had to turn around. Richard Durette, age 102, also a resident of Langdon Place of Dover, was in the Army Artillery and also served in ROTC. The three were welcomed by Michael Bichrest, Outreach Coordinator for the Veteran’s Administration. Fourteen vets participated

in the first Vet-To-Vet Café at Langdon Place of Dover. The Café, run by Veterans, will be held monthly at Langdon Place of Dover on the last Tuesday of each month 10-11 a.m. and is open to all vets, both war-time and peace-time. It will offer a safe social environment for Vets to gather, decompress and meet other veterans. Future cafes will include guest speakers talking about See CAFE page 5...

Left to right: Alfred Ferrer (age 101) of Dover, Richard Durette (age 102) of Dover, Michael Bichrest Outreach Coordinator for the VA, and Roy Tanner (age 103) of Dover.

Plaque Hung for Visiting Submarine Crew PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Naval Shipyard recently hosted a plaque hanging ceremony, sponsored by the Naval Civilian Managers Association, for the USS Santa Fe (SSN 763) officially welcoming the officers and crew to the seacoast. In this time-honored tradition, Santa Fe’s Commanding Officer, Cmdr. Chris Hedrick joined Shipyard Commander, Capt. Daniel Ettlich; Project Superintendent Greg Earl and Wells Town Manager, Jonathan Carter in hanging the ship’s plaque in the shipyard’s historic Tirante Tavern. “I’ve always heard great things about Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, and so far everyone has lived up to that reputation,”

Left to right: Capt. Daniel Ettlich, Shipyard Commander; Jonathan Carter, Town Manager, Wells, ME; Greg Earl, Santa Fe Project Superintendent; and Cmdr. Christopher Hedrick, Santa Fe Commanding Officer, place Santa Fe’s plaque on the wall. (U.S. Navy photo by Jim Cleveland/Released)

said Cmdr. Hedrick. “The shipyard has impressed us with their pride and professionalism. We look forward to our time on the seacoast and thank the Town of Wells for supporting the ship while we are here.”

Wells, ME, is Santa Fe’s host community. The host community adopts a submarine for the duration of the time the ship is at the shipyard. It is a partnership — the submarine crew enjoys the community’s hospi-

tality and in return, the community receives a helping hand and a unique feeling of involvement in the lives of naval personnel. It is a wonderful opportunity for the community to get to know the Navy and their Sailors as well as introduce the crews and their families to the many treasures found in New England. “Wells is the friendliest town in Maine,” said Carter. “That’s our motto and we intend to live up to it. We are happy to welcome [Santa Fe] and wish you the best in your maintenance period – which we know Portsmouth does better than anyone.” Santa Fe and her crew of 16 officers and 127 enlisted personnel arrived at the shipyard on August 15.

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For the Love of Chocolate and The Chase Home

PORTSMOUTH At any fundraiser, there are numerous moving parts behind the scenes, which in the case of The Chase Home’s 6th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting involves two wellknown chocolatiers. For the second year running, Enna Chocolate and La Cascade Du Chocolat, owned by Enna Grazier and Samantha Brown, respectively, will be responsible for the chocolate at the event, which raises funds for at-risk youth. “It’s wonderful to be able to create such an amazing experience for guests while raising money for critically needed services,” said Jennifer Desrosiers, board member of The Chase Home. Approaching both businesses last year on behalf of The Chase Home, Desrosiers said Grazier and Brown were eager to help the nonprofit agency. Founded in 1877, The Chase Home in Portsmouth serves nearly 300 at-risk youth and families annually statewide through prevention, early intervention, residential and community-based programs. “They dived right into the project and brought some incredible chocolate, which elevated our event,” said Des-

rosiers. For Brown, supporting The Chase Home was an easy decision. “Because The Chase Home does wonders for local, at-risk children--our most vulnerable--we didn’t hesitate to be involved,” she said. Grazier said her involvement stems from a deep concern regarding the area’s atrisk youth. “I appreciate what Chase Home does to help young people develop a strong foundation for their lives,” she said. “It is an honor to contribute what I can to help make this a successful fundraising event.” Presented by The Atlantic Grill, The Chase Home’s 6th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting takes place on Wednesday, November 13 from 6 to 8 p.m. and is expected to attract nearly 200 attendees. “It’s a wonderful, heartwarming event with a deep purpose,” added Desrosiers. “It is also an event with some incredible chocolate.” According to Grazier, she plans two different chocolate origins that will “pair really beautifully with wine.” “I am the only chocolate maker in the world who is using cacao grown by the farmer Herbert Pasqual in Trinidad,” she said. “He only produces a small amount and I buy it

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all.” Describing his cacao as complex, she said the chocolate she makes with it contains many layered notes of molasses, buttermilk, and wine. “It is really special and will pair beautifully with bolder complex red wines,” added Grazier, who said she may additionally create a special batch just for the event. Brown said she also plans

to “wow” guests, as she will bring several dark chocolates from different origins around the world. “I may bring one or two surprising chocolates for pairing as well, too,” she said. For Desrosiers, such passion underscores what she thinks makes the annual fundraiser for The Chase Home special. “This event is about community coming together for a shared purpose with deep meaning,” she said. “I can’t

“Or Current Resident” Opens at the Players’ Ring PORTSMOUTH Playwright Joan Bigwood and her two children moved into a 1940s bungalow in Palo Alto about a decade ago, unknowingly displacing a family of three generations who could no longer afford the rising rents of Silicon Valley. 
That very house and the family that was displaced became the basis for Bigwood’s play, “Or Current Resident,” running November 1-17 at the Players’ Ring in Portsmouth. 

“The play confronts the issue of gentrification and where do people go when they get turfed out,” said Bigwood. “It looks at that experience of being displaced unexpectedly.”

 In addition to that real-life family, a real-life ex prisoner that Bigwood knew in California offered the inspiration for the character of Teddy in “Or Current Resident.”

 “I met a guy who was wrongfully incarcerated and told me all about his experience,” Bigwood said. “He told me about life in prison and I was able to use that.”

 In the play, Teddy returns to his childhood home after serving a 14-year sentence for a drug felony. The last time Teddy was there, his 16-year old twin

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 “Or Current Resident” is an ensemble show with each of the characters playing a central role. The six include Mimi, the world-weary grandmother; her daughter, Jill; Teddy; Teddy’s sister, Lynn, and the twins, Molly and Mason.

Molly is the victim of cyberbullying, while Mason balances concerns for his sister’s mental health with his own reputation, while he also becomes increasingly protective of his fragile mother and

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aging grandmother. All of this happens amidst the mounting threat of eviction.

“The family sees the creeping menace around them, as they watch other houses flip,” Bigwood said. “That is the driving issue of the show.”

 “Or Current Resident” will be performed from Nov. 1 to Nov. 17 at the Players’ Ring Theatre at 105 Marcy St. in Portsmouth, with shows on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $20 with discounts for students, seniors, and Players’ Ring members. Reservations can be made at playersring.org or 603-436-8123.

Sydney Casey, a Stratham high school student, and Galen Graham, a UNH student, rehearse for the upcoming production of “Or Current Resident”.

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think of a better way to spend an evening or give back.” Taking place on Wednesday, November 13 from 6 to 8 p.m., The Chase Home’s 6thAnnual Wine & Chocolate Tasting will feature food, cocktails, a short program, and a live and silent auction. Individual tickets for the fundraiser are $65 with sponsorship opportunities beginning at $250. Tickets may be securely purchased online at www.chasehome.org.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Local Artisans Promote Work and Each Other at Seacoast Sage SEACOAST What began years ago as an idea discussed over “many breakfasts at Panera” has blossomed into a cooperative of artisans known as Seacoast Sage, founded by Terry Moher and Charlene Kohn. “It’s really about being able to share our creativity and art with other people, a place to sell our art,” explained Kohn. She said one of the reasons behind forming Seacoast Sage was to create an easy to navigate online marketplace. “You’re not looking at thousands of possible art-

ists when you visit www.seacoastsage.com, but finding one or two you love and returning again and again,” she said. Moher said another important objective behind their cooperative is to inspire and support one another and other artists. “Seacoast Sage is organic by nature, and that’s exciting for us,” she said. “Many of us repurpose materials in our work, and therefore much of our art is one of a kind.” As for their individual work, Moher makes handbags, totes and baglettes, while Kohn creates upcycled wearable art.

Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra Opens 23rd Season November 3 PORTSMOUTH The Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra’s (PSO) 23rd mainstage season opens Sunday, November 3 at 3 p.m. at The Music Hall. All attendees are invited to an “Inside the Music” pre-concert talk with Music Director and Conductor John Page at 1:45 p.m. The season’s opening program will include the lush lyrical melodies of Schubert’s unfinished Symphony No. 8, undoubtedly one the most wellknown pieces of music and also one of the most beautiful and dramatic. The program will also include Rachmaninoff’s thunderous Second Symphony. “Schubert was a master of song and his ability to bind together gorgeous melodies are at the heart of this beloved piece,” said John Page, Music Director for the PSO. “Rachmaninoff’s luscious Second Symphony is an abundance of melodies stemming from the rich Russian vocal tradition. From the intensely intimate clarinet solo of the third movement to the dance inspired soaring lines of

the last movement it’s just one perfectly embroidered melody after the other.” The November concert also features the presentation of the Portsmouth Athenaeum Prize in the Humanities, which will be awarded to a Portsmouth High School student whose achievements and promise in the liberal arts have been outstanding in the view of the school. Candidates are proposed by the faculty, and the winner is selected by the Proprietors of the Athenaeum. The award is given in the Fall in order to strengthen the winner’s application to college or conservatory and given during this concert because, like the Athenaeum, the Portsmouth Symphony Orchestra, and its audience, represents Portsmouth’s commitment to arts. Individual tickets for mainstage concerts are $35 for general admission, $30 for seniors (65 and over) and $20 for student (college age and under). Additional details and tickets are available at www.portsmouthsymphony.org.

“I often pair two or three different patterns from hundreds of yards of luscious designer cottons and repurposed wools I’ve collected,” said Moher, whose business is Just Simple Bags. In describing her work at CK Studio Designs, Kohn said she repurposes clothing that she finds in thrift shops. “The zipper might be broken or there’s a stain,” she said. “After I clean the fabric, I can work around the imperfections to create new garments.” Other makers and artisans in Seacoast Sage include Sue Tucker (pottery), Maureen

Lewis (seaglass jewelry), Helen and Sarah Friedman (handpoured soy candles) and Roxanne Wazlaw (fiber arts). “We all share a passion for fine workmanship and an appreciation for the unique creativity inherent in each piece of art,” said Moher. “We are designers and makers creating one of a kind pieces.” Crediting the Secret Agency as mastermind behind their digital presence and online shop, Kohn said Seacoast Sage occasionally “pops up” at shows and open houses. The 6th Annual Autumn

Pontine Theatre Presents “Great Small Works”

PORTSMOUTH Pontine Theatre, 1 Plains Avenue in Portsmouth, presents “Great Small Works” in their original production “The Three Graces & Other Works”. Performances will take place November 8-10 with shows on Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 3 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Great Small Works is a collective of artists who keep theater at the heart of social life, drawing on folk, avant-garde, and popular theater traditions to address contemporary issues.

Based in NYC, they produce performances works on a variety of scales, from outdoor pageants with giant puppets and hundreds of performers to miniature “toy theater” spectacles. Great Small Works has received a Puppeteers of America Jim Henson Award for Innovation, a Village Voice OBIE Award and a UNIMA Citation for excellence in puppetry. Tickets are $27 and can be purchased online at www. pontine.org. For more information, call 603-436-6660 or email info@pontine.org.

~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday November 1 Dover’s November Art Walk

4-8 p.m. during Dia De Los Muertos, so the organizers are embracing the theme! Continue the Halloween fun this week, adults and families are invited to dress up. Stop by Danielle Festa’s studio at the 1 Washington Street Mill for face painting or temporary tattoos! Take a tour of Downtown Dover’s thriving arts community, while enjoying live music and entertainment, and Dover’s bustling restaurants and shops. Visit the Cinco De Mayo Dia De Los Meurtos alter and create a message, mention the Art Walk for 15% off the bill.

‘More or Less’ Exhibit at Levy Gallery

“More or Less” is the theme of the 20th annual Joan L. Dunfey open juried exhibition on view during the month of November at the

New Hampshire Art Association’s Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, 136 State Street, Portsmouth.

Saturday, November 2 Rummage Sale

The Hampton United Methodist Church, 525 Lafayette Road (Rt. 1), Hampton, will hold its Annual Fall Rummage Sale from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be fall and winter clothing, toys, books, games, furniture and household items at very reasonable prices. Proceeds support the church’s mission projects in the community. FMI: 603-926-2702.

Evening with Bettye LaVette

Now in her 55th year in show business, three-time Grammynominee Bettye LaVette is an R&B interpreter of the highest order. At 2S Artspace, 319 Vaughan St., Portsmouth. Doors open at 7 p.m. Show at 8 p.m. Member $30,

advanced $35, day of $40. FMI: www.3sarts.org or 603-766-3330.

food. Live music from Kent Allyn and friends. FMI: 603-433-9505.

Wednesday, November 6

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Speed Networking

The Dover Chamber members are invited to Goodwin Community Health, 311 Route 108, Somersworth for a speed networking event 8-9 a.m. Pre-registration is required and limited to 30 participants. Register online at www. dovernh.org.

Friday, November 8 Gundalow Party

Come celebrate Gundalow Company’s 2019 season at the Party for Piscataqua 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the The View at Pepperrell Cove, 88 Pepperrell Road (Rt 103), Kittery Point. Heavy appetizers served from The View’s kitchen, made with local seafood from Fatdog Shellfish & NH Community Sea-

The 6th annual St. Ignatius of Loyola Parish Spirit of Christmas Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturday, November 9 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Holy Trinity Church hall, 404 High Street, Somersworth. The fair will feature handmade items by local parish artisans, penny sale, raffles, jewelry, cookie carousel, baked goods, Christmas decorations and more. Homemade lunch or dinner selections will also be availabl. Free admission and parking.

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Artisans’ Open House Sale takes place on November 2 at Moher’s home from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Durham. Seacoast Sage will also appear at Open Studios at Salmon Falls Mills in Rollinsford from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on November 23-24 in the Lower Mill. For both artisans, the hope is to continue to forge connections in and to the community. “We’d like to become known as artisans and have our art recognized and appreciated,” said Kohn. “We also hope to inspire and support local artists.” To learn more, visit www. seacoastsage.com.

Jazz & Blues Festival at Portwalk Place PORTSMOUTH In its third year, the Portsmouth Jazz & Blues Festival at Portwalk Place features ten distinguished blues and jazz artists performing at nine stages inside Portwalk Place hotels, restaurants, and apartments on Sunday November 10 from noon to 6 p.m. The festival is free and open to the public and sponsored by Portwalk Place, a neighborhood of residences, hotels and restaurants tucked between Deer and Hanover Streets. Brochures listing performers, performance times and stage locations are available on site and in advance at participating Portwalk Place businesses. Parking is available at the Portwalk Garage, with an entrance on Hanover Street. This year’s jazz and blues line-up showcases the singular R&B stylings of perennial local favorites, Ben Baldwin Trio; virtuosic solo blues finger-picking and slide guitar performances of Bob Halperin; improvisational jazz of Paul Heckel and bassist Tim Webb in the Paul Heckel Duo; the swamp Cajun and Zydeco sounds – with a side of blues and funk – of four-time Boston Music Award winners Boogaloo Swamis (featuring the one and only multi-instrumentalist, Mickey Bones, also of the Hot Tamale Brass Band) and jazz duo saxophonist John Melisi and guitarist David Newsam. For details, contact Richard Smith at 603-436-8596 or richard@cuzinrichard.com.

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Book on Historic Barn Preservation Releases Updated Edition STATEWIDE Individuals, organizations and communities interested in the historic preservation of barns can turn to the newly released second edition of “Preserving Old Barns: Preventing the Loss of a Valuable Resource” for information on assessing, caring for and celebrating historic barns of all kinds. At nearly twice the length of the original edition, the book offers updated techniques for repairing barns, as well as descriptions of how barn styles have evolved to suit different agricultural needs [and how barns can be adapted for alternative uses while still maintaining their historic integrity]. ...EVENTS from page 3 supply in communities across the state at the Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Garrison Wing Conference Center 8-10 a.m. Summit is $25 and includes a full hot breakfast buffet. FMI and registration: www.dovernh.org.

Tuesday, November 12 Slothrust Concert

To support the release of their fourth album, Slothrust will perform at 3S Art Space, 319 Vaughan Street, Portsmouth. Described as a band that’s a breed apart, capable of serving up deceptively clever epics that veer satisfyingly between incandescent riffing and pop hooks, winsome anxiety and powerful heft.

Irreplaceable and endangered resources, historic barns have been part of the American landscape for centuries. They continue to serve not only as important agricultural structures but also as defining components of our history. Written by historic barn experts John C. Porter and Francis E. Gilman, “Preserving Old Barns” combines practical hands-on advice for repairing barns with color photography by Lowell H. Fewster, descriptions of barn preservation techniques by timber frame expert Arron Sturgis and detailed drawings of barn joinery by Jessica MilNeil. “Preserving Old Barns” is published by the N.H. Historic Agricultural Structures Advisory Committee, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The book is available through local bookstores and at www.nh.gov/nhdhr and www.nhpreservation.org. New Hampshire’s Division of Historical Resources, the State Historic Preservation Office, was established in 1974 and is part of the N.H. Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. NHDHR’s mission is to preserve and celebrate New Hampshire’s irreplaceable historic resources through programs and services that provide education, stewardship, and protection. For more information, call 603-271-3483

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STATEWIDE As the 2019 boating season winds down, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) recognizes the tremendous efforts that have gone into prevention, early detection, and rapid response efforts statewide to curb the spread of aquatic invasive plant species. The efforts are obvious, in that no new infestations of aquatic invasive plants have been listed in two years. Aquatic invasive plant species are not naturally found in New Hampshire’s lakes, ponds, and rivers. Because they are not native, they have few predators or diseases, allowing them to grow quickly and dominate the freshwater systems and impact the native plants, fish, and aquatic insects already present. Aquatic invasive species can lead to reduced shorefront property values, water quality impairments, and problems with the aesthetic and recreational values of waterbodies. These species are spread primarily by transient boaters who move from waterbody to waterbody. Aquatic invasive plants can hitch a ride to new waterbodies on propellers, fishing gear, trailers, as well as in live wells and bait buckets. In many cases, these intro-

ductions can occur by a single fragment that goes unnoticed. According to Amy Smagula, the NHDES Exotic Species Program Coordinator, “New Hampshire now has a total of 76 infested lakes and 11 infested rivers, most containing variable milfoil as the primary invasive plant, while others have fanwort, Eurasian water milfoil and water chestnut. A new infestation is quite literally a boat ride away”. Legislative initiatives in recent years are paying off. Most notably, requirements for boaters to clean and drain their vessels and gear, as well as pulling drain plugs in transit and emptying water containers have contributed hugely to this success through these prevention activities. The Lake Host Program, implemented by New Hampshire Lakes (NH LAKES) through a grant from NHDES, has contributed significantly to prevention efforts statewide, thanks to courtesy boat inspectors stationed at 100 of the state’s busiest public access sites each summer. “Since 2002, the Lake Host Program has conducted over one-million courtesy boat inspections and has made nearly 1,600 ‘saves’ of invasive species that had just hitchhiked out of a lake,

or were about to be launched into a lake,” explains Andrea LaMoreaux, NH LAKES Vice President. “The number of additional ‘saves’ Lake Hosts have contributed to by teaching boaters to always clean, drain, and dry their boat, trailer, and gear whenever they boat is immeasurable! We are grateful for all the boaters who are taking action to protect the lakes they visit.” NHDES encourages all boaters to: Cleanoff any plants, animals and algae found during your inspection and dispose of it away from a waterbody, and use any cleaning technologies at launch sites before entering, and after leaving a waterbody. Drain boats, bait buckets, bilges and other equipment away from the waterbody, leaving a boat’s drain in the open position during transport. Dry anything that comes into contact with the water. NHDES urges lake and river residents and visitors to routinely monitor for aquatic invasive species and report new infestations of anything suspicious. For more information or to report a potential new infestation, please contact the Exotic Species Program Coordinator at Amy.Smagula@des. nh.gov or 603-271-2248.

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Dover Chamber Nominations Due

The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce invites the public to nominate a: Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year and Volunteer of the Year. Applications are due Nov. 15 by 5 p.m. and can be found at www.dovernh.org/awards-dinner or by visiting the Chamber office, located at 550 Central Avenue in Dover.

No New Aquatic Invasive Plant Species Infestations for Two Years and Counting

Dover Public Library All-Ages Music & Movement

Come join in on a fun morning filled with drumming, singing, dancing, and play on Saturday, November 9 at 10 a.m. Dr. Irena McQuarrie, of Harmony Embodied, will be leading song games, body percussion, drum games, jams and more. Think drum circle... with a twist! All ages are welcome!

Book Sale

The Book Sale continues in November with great deals on thousands of remaining books. During November 4-10, the remainder of the items will be sold for the bargain price of just $1 per bag or boxful. Any leftover books will be given away for free beginning Tuesday, November 12. In addition to books, we will have a silent auction for a vintage card catalog with 12 drawers and a 24-drawer (CD sized) cabinet. Minimum bids for each start at $50. The current high bid will be posted at the Circulation Desk.

Adult Knitting Group

On Monday, November 4, 6-8 p.m. the knitting group will meet in the Trustees Room. This group is open to anyone who has a love for knitting and crocheting. All levels are welcome.

Book Group

The Morning Book Group will discuss the book “Girl Waits with Gun” by Amy Stewart on Thursday, November 5 at 10 a.m. The After-

noon/Evening Book Group will be discussing “Lily and the Octopus” by Steve Rowley at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Monday, November 18. “Get Lit” will meet on November 6 at 6:30 p.m. at Blue Latitudes to discuss “The Yellow House” by Sarah Broom. New members to one or all groups are always welcome.

nication skills at the same time? If so, then consider participating in a discussion group project, on Friday, November 1, 1-2 p.m., based on great works themed around the topic of friendship. Discussion excerpts are available on the library website or ask for the list at the desk. New members are always welcome.

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Saturday Matinees

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2 p.m. Nov. 9 - Toy Story 4 (G).

Classic Cinema Sunday

2 p.m. Nov. 10 - The Great Ziegfeld.

Second Wednesday Movie

On Wednesday, November 13 at 6:30 p.m. we will be showing “Good Boys.” This film is rated R. Max, Thor, and Lucas skip school and set off on an odyssey of epically bad decisions involving stolen drugs, a frat house, and running from both the cops and girls!

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~ Pets ~ Professional Dog Walking Company Expands SEACOAST It Takes a Village Pet Care, located in Barrington, is expanding their dog walking service to South Berwick, ME, and Dover, Rollinsford, Somersworth, Rochester, in addition to the other nine communities they currently service in Rockingham and Strafford counties. The professional dog walking and vacation pet sitting company was established in 2016 with the goal of being a contributing and supporting member of the local community and using sustainable prac-

tices to reduce their environmental impact. Their motto: care of pets, care of people, care of the planet, guides each business decision they make. In December 2018, the company launched the NH Dog Walking Club, a community outreach effort that brings people together for exercise, education and socialization with other dog lovers. Monthly walks are hosted by industry experts who speak on several topics, including proper leash manners, fitness and strengthening, dog aggression/fear, re-

active behavior, puppy basics, senior wellness, pet safety and much more. Membership is free. It Takes a Village Pet Care is certified by the National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS), and a member of Pet Sitters International (PSI). All team members are insured, bonded, background checked and certified in pet first aid/CPR within the first 30 days of employment. For more information, visit www.ittakesavillagenh. com or www.itavdog.club.


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Health & Fitness Bowenwork for Fascial Health to Host Community Clinic SEACOAST On Saturday, November 9, Bowenwork for Fascial Health will host a community clinic at Friends Forever International in Durham. Facilitated by Bowenwork practitioners Ainslee Farrington, Cheryl Brown and Lisa Toole, the clinics provide the public with access to connective tissue and muscle therapy that is supported by “a wealth of research.” “Bowenwork was developed in Australia in the 1950s and is used widely across the globe with it now gaining popularity in the US,” said Farrington. Noting sessions at these clinics are approximately 15 to 20 minutes, Farrington said they can help to either begin to address health concerns, or contribute to a person’s care by keeping the body moving forward. “We reset dysfunctional

patterns,” she said. The effects are generally immediate. “Because we are down regulating the autonomic nervous system, allowing it to come out of fightflight-freeze mode and into rest-relax-repair mode, most people feel this reset in the first session,” she said. For Tracy Cullen of Goffstown, NH, Bowenwork has been “a tremendous help to [her] entire family’s well being.” As an example, she cited an instance in which her kids both experienced ankle sprains one month apart. “Our son received Bowenwork the same day as the incident and was rock climbing with a brace competitively within 10 days,” she said. “Our daughter didn’t receive treatment and was on crutches and needing support for a month.” Cullen said the community clinic sessions are of particular benefit to their family. “Following a session, we feel more grounded, have improved

posture and sleep much better,” she said. “Clinics have provided an on-going regular means for us to affordably nurture our bodies and be proactive with a more preventive approach.” These sessions, noted Toole, can provide a neurological reset that can cue metabolic processes responsible for efficiently regenerating life cell by cell. “The greater the efficiency, the greater the vitality and health,” she said. “Bowenwork is an incredible, research supported self-correction tool.” Bowenwork for Fascial Health offers community clinics on the second Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Friends Forever International, 1 Morgan Way, Durham. Clinics are free for college students and children (18 and under) and $25 for adults. To learn more about Bowenwork, visit www.bowenworkforfascialhealth.com.

Annual WDH Charity Classic Raises a Record $182,000 DOVER The 25th annual Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Charity Classic, presented by Tufts Health Freedom Plan, raised more than $182,000. The sold-out golf tournament, held at the Cochecho Country Club in Dover on June 24, supports comprehensive services for women and families at the Wentworth-Douglass Women & Children’s Center. For the second year in a row, the winning foursome was made up of Michael Curran, Jon Luchette, Jeff Pollock and Keith St. Cyr. The second-place team was Joseph Alvarez, Leo Coyle, Leo Coyle, Jr., and Lori Rand. The third-place team was Dr. Paul Cass, Thomas Ferguson, Edward Hennington, and Brian McNulty. Since the tournament’s inception in 1994, the Wentworth-Douglass Charity Classic has raised more than $2 million to support valuable pediatric programs and services. This year’s fundraising total included $14,000 raised during the tournament’s dinner to purchase a neonatal transport isolette for the Women & Children’s Center. Generous donors were moved to give after

hearing from a grateful family and their care team about their birth experience. The transporter will help enhance the safety and quality of the care for babies who need an extra level of care after birth, while also allowing them to stay close to their mothers and families. “Raising funds to help the youngest patients in our community has been at the heart of Wentworth-Douglass’s golf tournament from the beginning,” says Dr. Paul Cass, Wentworth-Douglass’s Chief Medical Officer and member of the Golf Committee. “When I reflect back on all the years, all the golfers and sponsors who have come together to support our community, and all the lives we’ve been able to touch,

I am truly moved.” “As a strong supporter of the Wentworth-Douglass Hospital’s Charity Classic, we know we are helping the hospital make a difference in the lives of the families and communities it serves,” says Geraldine Vaughn, President of Tufts Health Freedom Plan. “Sponsoring this event allows a continued partnership with Wentworth-Douglass, and we are pleased to be part of the important work being done by this progressive hospital and leadership.” To learn more about the Wentworth-Douglass Foundation and the Wentworth-Douglass Charity Classic, visit wdhospital.org/foundation or call 603-740-2687.

...CAFE from page 1 topics of interest to veterans, discussions about veteran challenges, VA concerns, resource help and will include ceremonies honoring veterans’ service. The cafe is conducted under the umbrella of “We Honor Veterans”, a program that provides care and honors those who have served. The program was initially conceived for hospice groups to honor veterans so no veteran is alone

at the end of his/her life. The program however has grown dramatically to include nonhospice agencies and now offers a meaningful cultural environment for vets of all wars to meet, network, develop friendships and learn about important resources. Langdon Place of Dover is a Genesis Senior Living community, and home to many retired veterans.

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Open House and Wellness Seminar DOVER No Finish Line Fitness, 44G Dover Point Road in Dover is hosting an open house and wellness seminar on Saturday, November 9 at 9 a.m. The topic is “Fit after 50” The Importance of Strength and Mo-

bility Training. There will be complimentary refreshments, raffle prizes and all guests will receive Popzup Popcorn and a workout voucher. For more information and to register online, visit nofinishlinefitness.com.

The Breast Center Recognized for Advanced Surgical Approach PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth Regional Hospital announced that The Breast Center at Portsmouth Regional Hospital and breast cancer surgeon, Lauren Thompson, MD, have been recognized as a Hidden Scar Center of Excellence and Hidden Scar Trained Surgeon. This innovative program trains surgeons on minimally invasive surgical approaches that deliver optimal clinical and aesthetic outcomes for patients. Thompson is among the first on the Seacoast to perform this advanced approach to breast cancer surgery that hides scars, minimizing the daily emotional reminder of a breast cancer diagnosis. Each year, approximately 253,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer that requires surgery. In New Hampshire, an estimated 1,330 women will be impacted, with many unaware of all the surgical options available, including less invasive approaches that can help restore self-image and emotional healing. “A breast cancer diagnosis is difficult enough. At The Breast Center at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, we are committed to enabling our surgical team to perform complex, sought-after surgeries that give more women access to transformative options,” stated Thompson. This new surgical technique allows Thompson to remove cancerous tissue through a single incision made in a hidden area, preserving the natural shape of the breast while reducing visible scarring. Patients who undergo this surgical approach experience optimal clinical and cosmetic outcomes and are at no higher risk of recurrence than patients who undergo other surgical techniques. About Portsmouth Regional Hospital Portsmouth Regional Hospital is a 220-bed acute

Caption: Lauren Thompson, MD, Breast Cancer Surgeon at Portsmouth Regional Hospital receives her Hidden Scar certification from Kyle Butters with Hidden Scar.

care hospital located in Portsmouth. Portsmouth Regional Hospital serves the Seacoast region’s residents in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts and is one of the area’s largest employers. Portsmouth Regional Hospital is the only ACS Verified Level II Trauma Center on New Hampshire’s Seacoast. Portsmouth Regional Hospital is the Seacoast’s only comprehensive heart and vascular program, and its only 24/7 neurosurgical and stroke clot retrieval programs. For more information about Portsmouth’s services and physicians, visit www. portsmouthhospital.com.

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Dear Computer Lady, I need your help. Every time I copy a recipe and send it to Word, it comes out 1.5 spacing and I want single spacing. I have to highlight everything and open a box above and change it to single spacing every time I use it. Can you please tell me how to keep the spacing to single without having to change it every time I use it. I use Mozilla Firefox and Windows 10. Any help will be much appreciated. You are always such a great help. Thanks a million, Lori Dear Lori, It sounds like you need to set the default line spacing in Word. Since you already know how to adjust the line spacing in Word, you are already halfway there. Just follow these directions: 1. Open a blank document in Word. 2. Use the key combination Ctrl + A to select the entire document, or find, “Select All” in the toolbar at the top and use that. 3.

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in Gmail on your computer. When you are reading an email from someone you want to add to your contacts, just hover your mouse over the person’s name or address. A small box will pop up with information about that person. In the bottom left corner of that box will be a link that says, “Add To Contacts”. If the person is already in your contacts, it will say, “Contact Info”. Elizabeth

Dear Computer Lady, The Last few weeks week you showed us how to delete and add folders in Gmail, what I want to know is how to add contacts so I don’t have to type in the E-Mail address each time I want to send an E-Mail. Thanks, Harlan

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cost to download and install it on your computer. I did download Scribus and played around with creating a calendar. It was very basic, and not very easy to make changes to the calendar template, but it does work. Second, is a desktop publishing program like PrintMaster or PrintShop at www.broderbund.com. You will even find a program called, Calendar Creator on the Broderbund site. I hope this helps you find the software you are looking for. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have been following you for a while and enjoy your responses. Right now I have a problem with AVG. I have been using it for a few years with no problems. About three weeks ago it stopped working. Nothing. Would not even start. I tried installing a new version Would not even install. Now I am trying to uninstall and cannot. There are two AVG programs on my computer. The

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People and Business Profiles Senator Shaheen Receives Small Business Champion Award WASHINGTON, D.C. U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) was honored by eBay with a Small Business Champion Award and by the ...SLADE from page 1 captured by the ship’s data recorder — Slade unravels the mystery of the sinking of El Faro. As she recounts the final twenty-four hours onboard, Slade vividly depicts the officers’ anguish and fear as they struggled to carry out Captain Michael Davidson’s increasingly bizarre commands, which, they knew, would steer them straight into the eye of the storm. The Music Hall Loft is located at 131 Congress St., in Portsmouth. Ticket packages are $32 and include a reserved seat, a copy of Into the Raging Sea ($18 paperback), a bar beverage, author discussion, Q+A, and book signing meet-andgreet. Packages can be purchased online at www.themusichall.org, by phone at 603436-2400, or in person at the B2W Box Office at the Historic Theater, 28 Chestnut Street.

Science Coalition with a 2019 Champion of Science Award. Shaheen, a senior member of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee – and a former small business owner – has been a fierce advocate for small businesses as Governor of New Hampshire and since she began serving in Congress in 2009. Most recently, Shaheen has led efforts in Congress to repeal the remote internet sales collection tax requirement, resulting from the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Supreme Court case, and has fought to protect small businesses that will be impacted by the burdensome requirement to collect sales taxes from nearly 10,000 different jurisdictions. Previously, Senator Shaheen successfully led efforts in Congress to stop the Marketplace Fairness Act, which was first introduced in 2011 to impose these internet sales tax collection requirements. Earlier this year, Shaheen reintroduced legislation with Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) – the Stop Taxing Our Potential (STOP) Act – to overturn the Wayfair case. eBay will honor Shaheen for her advocacy on this issue and her steadfast leadership

Grand Opening of Tuscan Market Benefits The Chase Home PORTSMOUTH Tuscan Market recently opened in downtown Portsmouth with 10% of the day’s proceeds to benefit The Chase Home. Founded in 1877, The Chase Home serves more than to empower small businesses throughout the nation. Additionally, the Science Coalition—a nonprofit organization comprised of more than 50 public and private universities— presented Shaheen with a Champion of Science Award, which recognizes members of Congress for their commitment to science through support for funding of federal research agencies. As the ranking member of the Senate Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee, Shaheen has been a strong advocate for scientific research funding priorities. Representatives from Dartmouth College and the University of New Hampshire were in attendance to honor Shaheen with the award.

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140 at-risk youth annually statewide through prevention, early intervention, residential and community-based programs. Some youth are served in the community while others live at The Chase Home. Tuscan Market also hosted a lunch for these same youth, an opportunity Meme Wheeler, executive director of The Chase Home, said meant “a great deal to them.” “Anytime we can provide the kids with a community-based experience, it makes them feel good and better about themselves,” said Wheeler. “We are so thankful for this

opportunity.” This opportunity for The Chase Home builds off an existing relationship with Tuscan Brands. In addition to hosting fundraising events for The Chase Home, Tuscan Kitchen in Portsmouth has made numerous in-kind donations as well as prepared meals on-site for youth residents. For example, the market just donated $1,100 to benefit The Chase Home’s Summer Program, which provides activities and experiential learning activities to at-risk youth. For more information, visit www.chasehome.org.

New Board Members Make an Impact PORTSMOUTH In late 2018, The Chase Home in Portsmouth put out a call for volunteers on its Board of Directors, a request that has yielded tangible results in 2019. The Chase Home has now welcomed four new board members in FY19. Greenland resident Scot Hopps is Director of Hotels for Lark Hotels. Dover resident Jenna Cooke is Project Manager for Wells Fargo Home

Mortgage. Sudbury, MA, resident T.D. Thompson opened and runs the Boston Office of Schooley Mitchell. Stratham resident Justin Rivlin is General Manager for River House in Portsmouth. “There can be no more important investment than the kids and families that The Chase Home supports,” Hopps said. To learn more, visit www. chasehome.org.


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2017 HYUNDAI TUCSON ECOAUDIO AWD STREAMING CD/MP3, AUX, Bluetooth,

Black, 32K, Auto, AM/FM/with Finance for 75 months Bluetooth, $2,995 CD/MP3, cash 32K, orAUX, trade due at signing.STREAMING AUDIO Black, Auto, AM/FM/ WAS $21,300 Fog Lights, Cruise Control,

Stk. #19168HA $ W Black, 32K,E Auto, SOM R S O WAS $21,300 Fog Lights, CruiseAM/FM/ Control, 18,888 NOW STREAMING AUDIO R T H CD/MP3, AUX, Bluetooth,

$18,888 $

Stk. #19168HA 2017 HYUNDAI TUCSON WAS ECO$21,300 AWD Fog Lights, Cruise Control, 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD NOW Black, 32K, Auto, AM/FM/ STREAMING AUDIO

18,888 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD 18,888 Silver, 30K, Auto, 2.5L 4 Cyl, CD/MP3, AUX, Bluetooth, Stk. #19168HA SPORT UTILITY WAS $21,300 AM/FM/CD/AUX, Nav., Fog Lights, CruiseUSB, Control, NOW WAS $25,550 Stk. Bose#19168HA Audio, 18’’ Alloys, Fog $ Lights, Stk. #H1660

$

20,888

NOW

Silver, 30K, Auto, 2.5L NOW 4 Cyl, SPORT UTILITY 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD AM/FM/CD/AUX, USB, Nav., Silver, 30K, Auto, 2.5L 4 Cyl, WAS $25,550 SPORT UTILITY Bose Audio, 18’’ Alloys, Fog AM/FM/CD/AUX, USB, Silver, 30K, Auto, 2.5L 4Nav., Cyl, SPORT UTILITY WAS $25,550 Bose Audio, 18’’ Alloys, Fog Lights, Stk. #H1660 AM/FM/CD/AUX, USB, Nav., $ Lights, Stk. #H1660 WAS $25,550 NOW Bose Audio, 18’’ Alloys,NOW Fog

2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD $

Lights, Stk. #H1660

$

Black, 51K,FORD Auto, CD, MP3, 2017 EXPLORERROOMY LTD 2019 SUBARU IMPREZA BASE BLUETOOTH ROOMY AM/FM/AUX, USB, FOB HD Radio, Satellite Radio, $ $ Dark Blue, 5K, 2.0L 4 Cyl, Black, 51K, Auto, CD, MP3, HY U N D A I C E R T I F I E U S E D $20,991 $28,991 Controls: Trunk/Hatch/ Streaming Audio,D Nav., 18,888 27,888 BLUETOOTH ROOMY AM/FM/AUX, USB,Camera, FOB HD Radio,Sensors, Satellite Radio, Tailgate, Back-Up Parking Dark Blue, 5K, 2.0L 4 Cyl, 36 month lease with 10K with FOB $2,995 AM/FM/AUX, cashBlue, or trade at signing. BLUETOOTH Dark 5K,USB, 2.0Ldue 4 Cyl, WAS $20,991 Controls: Trunk/Hatch/ Tailgate, Back-Up Camera, ABS, Stk. #20038HA NOW

WAS

Black, 51K, Auto, CD, MP3, 36 month lease with 10K with Radio, Radio, $2,995HD cash or Satellite trade due at signing. Streaming Audio, Nav., Parking Sensors, Stk. #H1724 NOW

WAS

$28,991

WAS

BLUETOOTH $18,888 LIKE NEW

$ 2017 EXPLORER LTD WAS $28,991 StreamingFORD Audio, Nav., 2019 HYUNDAI KONA SE

15,888 LIKE NEW

18,888

$ 2019 SUBARU BASE WAS $20,991 Controls: Trunk/Hatch/ 2016 VW JETTAIMPREZA SEL

18,888 2016 VW JETTA SEL 18,888 ABS, #20038HA Dark Stk. Blue, 5K, 2.0L 4 Cyl,NOW

Gray, 28K, Auto., LCD, AM/FM/AUX, USB, FOBAudio Tailgate, Back-Up Camera, Theft Deterrent, MP3, HD Controls: Trunk/Hatch/ ABS, Stk. #20038HA Tailgate, Back-Up Camera, Radio, CD, USB, Aux In, NOW $

$

WAS $20,991 WAS $16,991

ABS, Stk. #20038HA Real-Time Traffic Display,NOW MStk. #H1726 NOW

Gray, 28K, Auto., LCD, Audio 2016 VW MP3, JETTA Theft Deterrent, HD SEL Gray, 28K, Auto., LCD, Audio Radio,28K, CD, Auto., USB, Aux Theft Deterrent, MP3, HD Gray, LCD,In,Audio Radio, CD, USB, Aux In, Real-Time Traffi c Display, Theft Deterrent, HD $ Real-Time TrafficMP3, Display, MStk. MStk. #H1726 NOW Radio,#H1726 CD, USB, Aux In, NOW

2016 VW JETTA SEL

ROOMY $ 27,888 SPORTY

Stk. #H1724 NOW Black, 51K, Auto, CD, MP3,

WAS

$28,991

$ 2019 HYUNDAI KONA SEWAS $20,991 $ SPORTY 2019 HYUNDAI Screen, Dual USB Outlets, KONA SE

2019 HYUNDAI KONA SE

SPORTY Somersworth Hyundai $ LIKE NEW $ 20,888 15,888 18,888 20,888 15,888 18,888 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220 WAS $16,991 LIKE NEW WAS

$16,991

WAS $16,991

Blue, 18K, Auto, AWD, LCD Aux Input, Streaming Audio, Screen, Dual USB Outlets, Aux Input, Streaming Audio, Steering Wheel Mounted Steering Wheel Mounted Controls, Controls, Stk. Stk. #H1717 #H1717 NOW NOW

Blue, 18K, Auto, AWD, LCD Screen, Dual USB Outlets, $ Aux Input, Streaming Audio, Steering Wheel Mounted Controls, Stk. #H1717 NOW

WAS $20,991 SPORTY WAS

$20,991

WAS $20,991

20,888 15,888 18,888 SomersworthHyundai.com Somersworth Hyundai Somersworth Hyundai 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220 SomersworthHyundai.com 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220

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

$

Real-Time Traffic Display, MStk.days #H1726 a week NOW at: Visit us 24 hours a day, 7

$

FOG LIGHTS

Rails, 30K, ABS, 2.5L Cruise Control, $ R Gray, 4 Cyl, Auto, CAR C E N T E $23,625 Camera, Bluetooth, Roof Stk. #H1673 19,888 NOW FOGWAS LIGHTS AM/FM/MP3/AUX, Back-Up

27,888 27,888

Blue, 18K, Auto, AWD, LCD HD Radio, Satellite Radio, Parking Sensors, Screen, Dual USB Outlets, Streaming Audio, Nav., Stk. #H1724 NOW Parking Sensors, Aux Input, Streaming Audio, Stk. #H1724 Steering Wheel Mounted NOW Controls, Stk. #H1717 NOW Blue, 18K, Auto, AWD, LCD

2016 TOYOTA RAV4 AM/FM/MP3/AUX, Back-Up

Gray, 30K, 2.5L 4with Cyl, Auto, 36 month lease 10K with Back-Up $2,995AM/FM/MP3/AUX, cash or 2.5L trade due at signing. FOG LIGHTS Gray, 30K, 4 Cyl, Auto, WAS $23,625 Camera, Bluetooth, Roof

Somersworth Hyundai

$19,888 $

Rails, ABS,TOYOTA Cruise Control,RAV4 2016 WAS $23,625 Camera, Bluetooth, Roof NOW 2017 PACIFICA Stk. Gray,#H1673 30K,CHRYSLER 2.5L 4 Cyl, Auto,

19,888

FOG LIGHTS Blue, 42K, V6, AM/FM/MP3/AUX, Back-Up Rails, ABS,Auto, Cruise3.6L Control, 3RD ROW SEATING WAS $23,625 AUX/MP3, Cruise Control, Camera, Bluetooth, Roof Stk. #H1673 WAS $21,850 Rails, ABS, Cruise Control, Back-Up Camera, Power NOW $

2017 CHRYSLER PACIFICA $19,888 Stk. #H1673 Sliding Rear Doors, Stk. #19047HA

18,888

NOW

Blue, 42K, Auto, 3.6L V6, NOW 3RD ROW SEATING 2017 PACIFICA AUX/MP3,CHRYSLER Cruise Control, Blue, 42K, Auto, 3.6L V6, WASSEATING $21,850 3RD ROW Back-Up Power AUX/MP3, Cruise3.6L Control, Blue, 42K,Camera, Auto, V6, 3RD ROW SEATING WAS $21,850 Back-Up Camera, Power Sliding Rear Doors, AUX/MP3, Cruise Control, Sliding Rear Doors, $ Stk. #19047HA Stk. #19047HA WAS $21,850 NOW Back-Up Camera, Power NOW

2017 CHRYSLER PACIFICA $

Sliding Rear Doors, Stk. #19047HA

$

18,888 18,888

18,888

NOW

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

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

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

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

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

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

SomersworthHyundai.com

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

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

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


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