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Veterans Day Exhibits at Woodman Institute Museum DOVER – This Sunday, November 11, is Veterans Day. The Woodman Institute Museum will have re-enactors representing the Civil War, World War I, World War II and Vietnam, along with a few military vehicles and a USO coffee and donut tent on the grounds of the ninety-six year old Dover museum. The museum’s war room collections include items representing conflicts as far back as the War of 1812 and Spanish American War. A twenty pound 1814 British gun sits on the lawn and a rare twelve pound Napoleon canon is displayed under the garrison house canopy. The Woodman’s Civil War room features one of the finest collections of Civil War artifacts and

Re-enactors pay tribute to veterans (courtesy photo)

weapons in New England. A special “Letters Home” exhibit is currently being displayed in the Woodman House first floor gallery and includes letters and artifacts belonging to local sol-

diers that left home and family 150 years ago to fight in our nation’s bloodiest war. Several miniature battlefield dioramas created by Richard Nichols, Amesbury, Massachusetts, will

Old Salt Wins Powder Keg Chili Competition EXETER – On Saturday October 20, they came, they ate, they voted! People’s choice for best chili at the first Annual Powder Keg Beer and Chili Festival was the Old Salt at Lamie’s Inn of Hampton. More than fifteen hundred people from around the seacoast gathered at Swasey Parkway in

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Exeter to indulge their taste buds with high class IPA’s, ales, stouts and chili. Master chef Michael Higgins and the Old Salt entered a flavorful “Hops Chili” which was made specifically for this event. “We specialized our recipe for the theme of the event” said Higgins. With beans marinated in Boston Ale, the Hops Chili won the hearts and taste buds of this beer-loving crowd. What made this chili so outstanding was the perfect equilibrium of meat and beans. The chili possessed a tantalizing sweetness that was followed by a bit of bite which made every spoonful captivating. “Exeter hit one out of the park,” Higgins said about the event as a whole. This first annual festival was presented by the Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce and the Exeter Parks and Recreation Department. In addition to the 14th Annual Fall Festival, the combination of these two events attracted nearly ten thousand people to Exeter. “It’s a great opportunity for local restaurants, and we look forward to next year.”

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received during the 1964 Christmas Eve bombing in Saigon. Capt. Reynolds donated her uniform and medals to the Woodman last year, and a special permanent display has been created in the museum’s war room. All veterans will be admitted free during this special Veteran’s Day Event from 12-4 p.m. Admission includes all three exhibit buildings and collections to include the 1675 William Damm garrison house built when early Dover settlers had to defend themselves against Indian attacks. The Woodman Institute Museum is located at 182 Central Avenue in historic Dover. Visit www.woodmaninstitutemuseum.org or call 603-7421038 for group tours.

Teens Help Deliver Shoeboxes of Joy in Mongolia, Uganda HAMPTON FALLS – Operation Christmas Child (OCC), a project of the International Christian Relief and Evangelism Organization’s Samaritan’s Purse, distributes shoe boxes full of gifts all year long to needy children all over the world. Caitlyn Brown and Sean McKenney, two 17-year-old high school seniors, had the opportunity to go with the organization to help deliver those gifts. Recently, they visited the youth group at the Hampton Falls First Baptist Church to talk about their experiences. “It just amazed me!” said Brown, who traveled from her home in Westford, MA to Mongolia to hand-deliver shoe box gifts to a large group of native children anxiously awaiting their arrival. “These children were poor but joyful.” The children, who also receive Gospel information with their shoe boxes, were grateful for what they received. But, if there were more children than there were shoe boxes, they were

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be on display. A framed portrait of Dover’s Capt. Joseph McConnell, who flew combat missions as a navigator in World War II and became a triple ace fighter pilot during the Korean War, shooting down sixteen MIGs, will be on display along with items on loan from the Thom Hindle Dover Collection related to the movie starring Alan Ladd as Joe McConnell and June Allison as “Butch” (his wife Pearl) that premiered in Dover’s Strand Theatre in 1955. Visitors will also have an opportunity to meet and talk with Dover’s Ann Darby Reynolds, the youngest Navy nurse to serve in Vietnam and one of the first women to receive the Purple Heart medal for injuries

Sean McKenney and Caitlyn Brown recently spoke at the First Baptist Church of Hampton Falls about their experience with Operation Christmas Child. (courtesy photo)

quick to share what was in their box with others. Brown first heard about OCC when her church showed a video about the program when she was ten years old. “I knew I had to get involved,” she said. In the seven years since, she has packed more than 400 shoe boxes and raised more than $4,000 during

their annual fundraising events. When she heard there was an opportunity to actually go and deliver the boxes in person, she knew she had to apply, and was elated when she was chosen. When asked about her reaction to the journey, she admitted, “I liked the traveling at first, See JOY page 3...

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Wildcat Mentors Help Youngsters Get Ahead

DOVER – Bruce Montville, president & CEO of LifeWise Community Projects, Inc., will speak on Wednesday, November 14, from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. am at the Dover Chamber. His talk, part of the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Local Experts series, will highlight his work with Wildcat Youth Mentors, a dropout prevention program now in its ninth year. This is one-on-one school-based mentoring to at-risk youth. The mentors – more than 100 - are young adult role models that attend the University of New Hampshire. The program presently serves students at eleven schools in and around the Dover area. “The school level that we service is middle school, up through

Adam Bermingham, Wildcat Youth Mentor (left) and Bruce Montville, president of LifeWise Community Projects (courtesy photo)

the 9th grade in high school,” Montville said. “I concentrate on recruiting volunteer manpower, and we refer our recruited, young adult role models to the schools. The schools interview them and match them up with a student for the entire academic year. They meet once a week for an hour. The

fact that the role-models have a age bracket that is close to the kids, they relate very quickly.” It’s a powerful impact for these youngsters, to work with positive older role models, at this time in their lives. “It’s a pretty good formula. It seems to work,” Montville said. “We’re trying to let

these kids know they belong, help them feel how important they are. And we only want to apply our mentors to kids who need a boost. We want them to get to graduate.” Barrington Middle School, Birchtree Center, Cocheco Arts and Technology Academy, Great Bay Services, Monarch School of New England, Northwood School, Oyster River Middle School, Rochester Middle School, Seacoast Family Promise, Seymour Osman Community Center, and Henry Wilson Memorial Middle School. Join in the discussion by calling the Chamber at 603-7422218 or register online at www. dovernh.org/business calendar. The charge for attending this event is $7 for Chamber members and $10 for non-Chamber members. Lunch will be provided by Unos Chicago Grill.

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~ News ~ 3rd Annual Festival of Trees Lights Up Dover DOVER – The 3rd Annual Dover Festival of Trees will take place on Friday, November 30, from 5 to 8 pm at the Dover City Hall Auditorium at 288 Central Avenue. Dover’s premier holiday event, which attracted more than 2,000 attendees last year, is Underwritten by Kennebunk Savings and presented by the City Lights Committee and Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce. The

event is open to the public and free to attend. The focus of Festival of Trees will be thirty holiday trees, elaborately decorated by local businesses and organizations in a multitude of themes and styles. The night of the event, Festival attendees will be swept off to a winter wonderland as they have the opportunity to stroll among the trees and even select one they might bring home with them.

...JOY from page 1 but after fourteen hours… Still it was an exciting adventure. Mongolia was beautiful. But the best thing was the children’s faces when they got their shoe boxes. They realized they were special and somebody cared. I was inspired by that.” After graduation next June, Brown plans to enter college to study film production. However, she says she will stay involved with the OCC program. “I have already spoken about OCC at several places,” she said. “I have stories to tell to involve others, and I have met other teens passionate about OCC. I will continue to support the program because it is of great benefit to many. It’s taken me to amazing places so far.” McKenney, from Rollinsford, began his OCC experience with a prayer: “God, take me out of my comfort zone.” Soon after, a friend at church, who was an OCC area co-ordinator, told him about the program. What sparked his interest? “The whole idea!” he said. He got very involved, packing boxes, and learning the many facets of the program. Being chosen to travel to Uganda to deliver the shoe boxes was a privilege he really appreciates. Uganda gave him a new perspective. “Garbage was lying in the street. It was such a dirty place with such great people. They were so welcoming,” he said. What made the most impression on him, though, were the children. “I was always watching the kids,” he said. Speaking of the shoe boxes, he said, “Some kids don’t know what to do with it. They don’t have anything. But they shared the toys with their buddies who didn’t get a box.” The experience was what he calls “perspective giving.”

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“It’s easy to live in our world, where everybody has what we have,” he observed. “It’s quite a different thing when we see what the rest of the world has to endure.” McKenney has gained a new appreciation for the blessings he has. After graduation, he plans to enter college to study for a career in youth ministry. There is no doubt an association with OCC will be in his future as well. Operation Christmas Child first began in the United States in 1993 with 28,000 shoe box gifts. Since then, this Samaritan’s Purse project has collected and hand-delivered more than 86 million shoe box gifts to needy children in more than 130 countries. These shoe boxes are brought to drop-off locations around the US and worldwide before being delivered to their recipients, many of whom have never even received a gift. Here in our area, the drop-off location is at the First Baptist Church of Hampton Falls, located at the junction of Routes 1-88 in Hampton Falls. Collection week will be coming up November 12-19. This year, Samaritan’s Purse and its national partners are hand-delivering millions of shoe box gifts to children in more than 100 countries on six continents. Operation Christmas Child shoe box gifts are collected in: the United States, Canada, Australia, Austria, Finland, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Samaritan’s Purse also works in some 100 countries providing aid to victims of war, natural disaster, famine, disease and poverty. For more information visit www.samaritanspurse.org. Story provided by Elaine Winn

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By the end of the night, each tree will go home with an owner through silent auction bidding format. “The best part of the event every year is seeing the different and creative ideas that participants have for decorating their tree,” said Paula Forbes, from Century 21 Central Falls and Festival of Trees committee chair. “Every tree has its own theme and it is a sight to see when they all finally go on display.” There is still an opportunity to decorate a tree at this year’s event. Trees are $50 to sponsors and are decorated the day of November 30. Those interested in participating can contact the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce at 603-742-2218. “Sponsoring and decorating a tree is a great experience,” said Michael Mengers, community events manager at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce. “Whether you are a business looking for exposure or just an organization wanting to have a fun team-building experience, participating in the Festival of Trees is a great way to kick off the holiday season.” In addition to the decorated trees and silent auction, the Festival will also include live holiday music performances, a scavenger hunt, raffle prizes, food

and refreshments. A large portion of the proceeds from Festival of Trees go directly to the Dover City Lights Committee, which is a volunteer group dedicated to illuminating downtown Dover during the holiday season. “The Festival of Trees is a wonderful community event and the largest fundraiser for The Dover City Lights,” said Pam Simpson, from Harvey’s Bakery & Coffee Shop and City Lights committee chair. “Every year it is a goal for City Lights to expand holiday lighting further through the downtown area. This would not be possible without the funds raised through the Festival of Trees event.” Those organizations already participating in Festival of Trees include Artisan Electrical Contractors, Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, Re/Max Legacy, Loyal Order of Moose, Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, St. Mary’s Academy,

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Wednesday, November 14 Free Family Education Workshop

Home Instead Senior Care of Seacoast and Southern New Hampshire is offering a free family education workshop to help local families who are assisting loved ones with Alzheimer’s or other dementia. The workshop will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the Dover Public Library, 70 Locust Street, in Dover. If you or someone you know is caring for an aging person or relative with Alzheimer’s, you will want to attend this workshop. It will help you to: Understand how your loved one sees the world and themselves; learn how to encourage ongoing independence; and bring meaning and joy at every stage of the disease. For more information, or to enroll in the workshop, contact Julie Stone, director of development for Home Instead Senior Care at 603-433-5959 or email juliestone@homeinstead.com.

Plays by Mamet, Mauriello at Players’ Ring

At 7:30 p.m. at the Players’ Ring, Generic Theater will give a reading of two short plays: “Duck Varia-

~ Calendar of Events ~ tions” by David Mamet and “The Perfect Stranger” by seacoast playwright David Mauriello. Both plays feature seasoned actors Alan Huisman of Rye and Cary Wendell of Exeter. The Players’ Ring is at 105 Marcy Street, in Portsmouth. For information, call 603-436-8123 or visit www.playersring.org. This reading is free and open to the public.

Temple Israel of Dover Sisterhood Annual Fall Fundraising Dinner

The Sisterhood of Temple Israel of Dover hosts its Annual Fall Fund Raising Dinner at 6:30 pm at Temple Israel, 36 Olive Meadow Lane (formerly 515 Sixth Street), in Dover. This event is open to the public; Tickets are $25 per person and include dinner and a presentation by Dr. Jeffrey Segil of Dover Women’s Health. . Contact the Temple office at 603-742-3976 or templeoffice@dovertemple.org to reserve your tickets. Dr. Segil will be speaking on management and treatment of menopause and peri menopause, including hot flashes, sleep issues, libido, concentration and energy issues. Dr. Segil has been specializing in BioIdentical Hormones (natural alternatives)

and hormone balancing for his patients.

Saturday, November 17 Church Fair

Fi r s t Pa r i s h C o n g re g ati o n a l Church, 218 Central Ave. in Dover, will be holding their annual Church Fair Saturday from 9 am - 3 pm. Enjoy more than thirty vendors, cookie walk, craft tables, organ pipe music, handmade quilt raffle,100+raffle table, children’s shopping and activities and lots more. Lobster stew luncheon will be served 11 am – 1 pm; $11per person. For more information call 603-742-5664.

Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving on the Farm

From 10 am - 3 pm. New Hampshire has a special connection to Thanksgiving, as it was our own Sarah Josepha Hale, born on a farm in Newport, NH, who after many years of letter writing, persuaded President Lincoln to declare the fourth Thursday in November a National Day of Thanksgiving in 1863, thereby establishing the National Holiday. So come for homemade pumpkin pie, horse-drawn wagon rides through the fields, blacksmith

demonstrations, visits with the farm animals, popcorn over the campfire and special living history farmhouse tours with costumed role-players. $10 adult/$5 child, Museum members $6/$3

Penny Sale Fundraiser at Somersworth High School

Get a jump-start on your holiday shopping and support a great cause! The Somersworth Festival Association (SFA) is holding its second annual Penny Sale Fundraiser at Somersworth High School. Help support SFA’s family-oriented activities like the Children’s Festival, Kids Koncerts, Breakfast with Frosty, and the Pumpkin Festival and win great gifts. Prizes include Kindle Fire HD, Xbox 360 with Kinect, quilts, rounds of golf, Adirondack chair, cord of wood, $100 Amazon gift certificate, UNH Hockey jersey signed by the 2012 team, jewelry, home décor, gift certificates to area businesses, clothing, gift baskets, pet items, games, toys, and much more. Doors open at 10 am, with hourly series raffles. Penny Sale items will be drawn starting at 4 pm. If you can’t stay for the penny sale drawing, we hope you will stop by to take

chances on the larger items and the 50/50 raffle. You do not need to be present to win the larger raffle items and the 50/50. Food will be available in the cafeteria for purchase. This year they are expanding into two rooms to add more items and seating. For more information or to become an event sponsor, call 603-6925869.

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The 51th annual Kensington Christmas Fair will be held at the American Legion Post on Route 150 in Kensington. The fair will be open 9 am to 3 pm. Santa will visit about 1:30 pm, arriving on the Kensington fire truck. He will be available for anyone of any age, who would like to tell Santa their wishes for Christmas and you can have your photo taken with him, too. A huge selection of country crafts and homemade baked goods will be featured. Raffles and several door prizes are also part of the fun of the fair. Plan to have lunch. Great chili, hot dogs, and American chop suey will be served. Come and have fun while doing some early Christmas shopping. Any questions, call Gloria Lariviere evenings at 603772-6632.

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Eat Well This WInter – Farmers’ Markets All Year Long ROLLINSFORD – When people hear about a Winter Farmers’ Market here on the Seacoast, the first thing they ask is what could there possibly be to buy, other than potatoes? Well, they’ll be in for a big surprise when they walk into light-filled Wentworth Greenhouses on Saturday, November 17, from 10am-2pm, for the first winter market of the season. Shoppers will be treated to a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach when they see the aisles of more than fifty farmers and food producers selling an amazing variety and quality

of locally grown and produced food. An abundance of winter squash, pumpkins, onions, Brussel sprouts, kale and collard greens, carrots, salad greens, apples, eggs, maple syrup, and yes, potatoes are among the many items available. Unique to this market is the chance to purchase all of your holiday meal needs, including pre-made pies, bread for stuffing, dinner rolls, and other trimmings. There are also specialty vendors selling wine, tea, pre-made soup, herbs, and more. Live music, kids’ activities, and local craft vendors hosted by Wentworth Greenhouses round

Halloween Senior Health & Wellness Fair ROCHESTER – Halloween was the theme for Senior Health and Wellness Fair recently hosted by The Homemakers Health Services. More than 300 seniors and caregivers attended the event which highlighted more than fifty community businesses and organizations including community health care providers, hearing and vision specialists, rehabilitation services, insurance and financial planning counselors. The purpose of the Senior Health and Wellness Fair, which was sponsored by Goodwin Community Health Center, PainCare Centers and others, was to provide area seniors the opportunity to learn about area resources to improve their quality of life and participate in a variety of health screenings. Here Tammy Sears receives a flu shot from Deborah Boucher, a nurse with The Homemakers Health Services. (courtesy photo)

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out this popular community event. “The first market of the winter season is always exciting for us,” said Sara Zoë Patterson, Board Chair of Seacoast Eat Local, the organization which hosts the markets. “It gives local families the opportunity to shop for their holiday meal, as well as greet farmers they haven’t seen since summer and meet new ones they might never otherwise have known about.” Plus, she added, it’s a wonderful outlet for local farmers to sell their produce and stay viable through the winter months. Generously underwritten by Wentworth Greenhouses and Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, the Rollinsford winter market will run on scheduled Saturdays through March. Anyone interested in the dates for the markets, as well as more information and a vendor list for each one, should go to www.seacoasteatlocal.org, check out the Winter Farmers’ Market page, and sign up for the e-newsletter which will deliver all the latest news on local markets and food. The Winter Farmers’ Markets accept Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT). This program enables SNAP or Food Stamp recipients to use their EBT cards to purchase healthy, fresh, and locally produced food. The Winter Farmers’ Market EBT/ SNAP program offers fresh vegetables, meats, milk and cheese, honey, breads, baked products, and seeds or seedlings for food-

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Portsmouth Public Library Seacoast Storytellers to Present “A Bounty of Stories”

On Sunday, November 18, from 2 to 3 pm members of the Seacoast Storytellers Guild will present “A Bounty of Stories for Harvest Time” in the Levenson Room of the Portsmouth Public Library. Storytellers Meg Gilman, Shelley Hersey, Mike Lang and Laura Byergo will tell tales for listeners aged 3 to 103. The hour-long program will include stories about facing the Hairy Man that lives in the swamp, a boy sent in search of a little red house with no windows and no doors, and a surprising folktale from Mongolia about an emperor who is so evil that no one dares look at his face! The Seacoast Storytellers Guild is a group of amateur and professional storytellers who meet once a month at the Portsmouth Public Library to share and practice their

~ Library News ~ craft. Listeners are always invited to attend, and new tellers are encouraged. Meetings are held on the first Wednesday night of every month from September to June, from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. in the library’s Hilton Garden Room. The group holds two free performances for the public each year to thank the library for hosting their guild meetings and to share the timeless art of storytelling with the Portsmouth community. This performance is free and open to the public. For more information on this program, contact Debra Ballou at Dballou@aol.com.

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Rye Public Library Notes From A Maine Kitchen

On Wednesday, November 28, at 7 p.m., join author Kathy Gunst

as she discusses her latest cookbook and shares thoughts on food, writing, and cooking. Gunst of South Berwick, Maine is the IACP-award nominated author of fourteen cookbooks. IACP is the International Association of Culinary Professionals. Listen to Kathy’s stories about a year spent cooking, gardening, writing, and foraging through Maine–from hunting for wild mushrooms, ice fishing for smelts, lobstering, to canning, cooking with kids and the meaning of holiday meals. Kathy will highlight the best of late summer-early fall with her new recipes.

Contemplating Contemporary Art

Thursday November 15 at 7 p.m. In honor of the new Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, The Friends of the Rye Public Library present Brooke Digiovanni-Evans, head of gallery learning at the MFA,

for a presentation on interpreting and appreciating contemporary art. Enjoy a slide presentation by Digiovanni-Evans. Find out more about the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, the MFA contemporary collection and how to truly understand and enjoy a style of art that can sometimes be, like modern jazz, initially dissonant to sensibilities.

Military Book group for December 6

The Rye Public Library Military Book Group has chosen Part 1 of “A World on Fire” by Amanda Foreman as the title for their December 6 discussion at 6:30 p.m. The Military Book Group meets on the first Thursday of the month. “A World on Fire” tells one of the least known great stories of British and American history. As America descended into Civil War, British loyalties were torn between support for the North and defending

the South. Rallying to both their causes, thousands of Britons went to America as soldiers racing ships through the Northern blockades, and as observers, nurses, adventurers, guerillas and spies. At the heart of this international conflict lay a complicated and tortuous relationship between four individuals: Lord Lyons, the painfully shy British Ambassador in Washington; William Seward, the blustering US Secretary of State; Charles Francis Adams, the dry but fiercely patriotic U.S. ambassador in London; and, the restless and abrasive Foreign Secretary Lord John Russell. Despite their efforts, and sometimes as a result of them, America and Britain came within a whisker of declaring war on each other twice in four years.

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As overseas production operations return to the United States, enrollment in trade schools continues to rise. Despite high levels of unemployment, domestic manufacturing companies are finding it difficult to fill positions, thanks in part to an attitudinal shift over the years wherein young people did not consider manufacturing a respectable or

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Something’s Cooking at the Children’s Museum of NH Mini Iron Chef Competition on November 10 DOVER – One of the best ways to get kids interested in trying new foods is to involve them in preparing meals, so the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire and Hannaford Supermarkets have teamed up to inspire kitchen creativity and promote family teamwork. The FoodWorks Mini Iron Chef Competition will be held on Saturday, November 10, at the Children’s Museum of NH in Dover. This fun cook-off will feature pairs of children and adults, with the kids acting as head chefs and grown-ups playing the role of sous chefs. Each pair will work together to turn a box of healthy ingredients – plus a mystery item to be revealed at the start of the session – into tasty creations. “This is the second cooking competition we have offered in partnership with Hannaford Supermarkets, and it is back

by popular demand,” said Jane Bard, director of education at the Children’s Museum of NH. “Getting kids involved with food prep and recipe creation is a fun way for kids to learn to make healthy meals and be

Darkly Comic “Murderers” Gets Stage Force Reading PORTSMOUTH – On November 12, meet three hilarious killers as Stage Force’s Play Reading Series takes on “Murderers” by Jeffrey Hatcher. There’s no whodunit mystery to the crimes Hatcher explores on fictional Riddle Key, Florida. Instead, this collection of three sharply satirical stories is told by the killers themselves, who deliver us a boatload of pitch-perfect black comedy. There’s the tax-evader with an eye to his mother-in-law’s fortune; a vigilante receptionist with a love for crime novels who decides to rid the island’s retirement community of nuisances from salesmen to missionaries, and a long-suffering wife who determines to put a stop to her septuagenarian husband’s philandering ways. Among his many stage and screen credits, Hatcher wrote several episodes of “Columbo,” so fans of the murder-mystery-in-reverse will not want to miss this one-performance treat. “Murderers” features Brent Askari, Helen Auerbach, and Susan Poulin. It will be read at 7:30 p.m. at The Music Hall Loft, 131 Congress Street, Portsmouth on November 12. The $12 ticket price includes a complimentary beverage: glass of wine, beer, presspot coffee, White Heron tea, or soft drink. The Play Reading Series is sponsored by Jumpin’ Jays Fish Cafe, with support from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. All Play Reading

performances start at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets for the series are $12. They can be purchased in advance at 28 Chestnut Street, in Portsmouth, at TheMusicHall.org, or by calling 603-436-2400. For more information, visit stageforce.org.

Pulitzer-Prize Winner to Speak on New Book DURHAM – The Active Retirement Association, through their Seacoast Memorial Lecture Series, is happy to host noted Pulitzer Prize-winning author and journalist, Barbara Walsh, speakmore open to trying new foods. We were really impressed with the flavor combinations young chefs came up with in our first competition. Children really got into working with the ingredients and even creating garnishes for their dishes, just like they’ve seen at restaurants.” The Mini Iron Chef Challenge pairs children ages 4 and up working with adult partners. Once they register, participants will receive the list of ingredients that will be provided by Hannaford at the event. Athome trial runs with these ingredients are encouraged so team members are familiar with these foods. An additional mystery ingredient is revealed when teams arrive. The Children’s Museum provides a variety of small appliances for teams to use, as well as bowls, plates and utensils. Two sessions of cook-offs will held on November 10: one session from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. and a second session from 1-2 p.m. The fee per team is $10 for museum members and $15 for non-members. Registration is required. Teams can register at the front desk or by calling the museum at 603-742-2002. (courtesy photo)

This event will be held on Sunday, November 11, at 2 pm at the Durham Community Church, 17 Main Street, in Durham, and is open and free to the general public of all ages. Students are welcome. Barbara Walsh, a graduate of the University of New Hampshire where she studied photography and journalism, has worked for newspapers and magazines in Florida, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Ireland. Walsh lives in Maine with her family and their coonhound, Jack, a rescue dog from Tennessee.

ing on her new book, “August Gale.” This is a story of a father and daughter’s journey into the storm. In “August Gale,” Walsh, who has interviewed killers, bad cops, and crooked politicians in the course of her career, takes readers on two heartrending odysseys: one into a deadly Newfoundland hurricane and the lives of Irish Catholic fisherman who relied on God and the wind to carry them home; the other, into a squall stirred by a man with many secrets: a grandfather who remained a mystery until long after his death.

Sunday Jazz Series at the Press Room PORTSMOUTH Celebrate Veterans Day one day early by coming out to hear live jazz – “America’s Classical Music” as Dr. Billy Taylor used to say. The Press Room Sunday Jazz Series is more than thirty years old, and Chris Humphrey and his band are honored to be involved still. Come and hear these guys play Sunday, November 11, from 6 to 9 pm. The band features Chris Humphrey vocals, arrangements (from Kennebunk), Trent Austin, trumpet (from Boston), David Wells, saxophone (from San Francisco area) and Ryan Parker, piano (from NH), Keala Kaumeheiwa, bass (from Boston), and Les Harris, drums (from NH). At the Press Room, 77 Daniel St, in Portsmouth.

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Atlantic Green Energy Helps Customers Ease into Green

MixMenu.com Seacoast Owners, Kyle Morton (L) and Alex Kelly (courtesy photo)

Delivery Service Comes to Seacoast SEABROOK – “Go Green Gradually” is George Hurley’s motto when he talks to customers visiting his Atlantic Green Energy Solar Store about the various alternative energy products he sells that not only sustain the environment but also help customers save money. The phrase is transparent: Every single thing an individual, family or business can do to transform wasteful habits and practices into green ones contributes to sustainability, the effect cumulative and synergistic. But like the proverbial journey of a thousand miles, “one small step,” taken step after step, will get you where you want to go. And Atlantic Green Energy is there to help you begin the journey. It does so with a unique inventory of energy- and money-saving products, from the KShield reflective barrier - capable of reflecting 97 percent of the heat that penetrates the ceiling back into the house - to solar attic fans, solar panels, super-efficient

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06 CHEVY MALIBU MAXX SS 06 CHEVY MALIBU MAXX SS BOOK VALUE

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Security Deposit Payment Til Summer

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Blue, Blue, 43K, Manual, PW, AM/FM/CD, PW, PL, AM/FM/CD, 3 SPL,70K, Keyless Entry, Alloys Gray, Auto, PW, Keyless Entry, Alloys Stk. #N12701B Blue, 43K, Manual, PL, Keyless Entry, Stk. PW, #N12701B PL,AM/FM/CD AM/FM/CD, Alloys,

*75 months with $1,999 cash or trade

$

*39 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade

Silver, 23K, Auto, AWD, AWD, Alloys, Alloys, PW, PW, PL, AM/FM/CD Gray, 21K, Manual, PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N12684A Silver, 23K, Auto, Sunroof, Alloys, Stk. #N12684A AWD, Alloys, PW, Spoiler, AM/FM/CD PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. #P9143WR Stk. #N12684A Gray, 21K, Manual, Sunroof, Alloys, Silver, 23K, Auto, Gray, 21K, Manual, Spoiler, AM/FM/CD AWD, Alloys, PW, Stk. Gray,#P9143WR 21K,Alloys, Manual, Sunroof, PL, AM/FM/CD Sunroof,AM/FM/CD Alloys, Spoiler, Stk. #N12684A Spoiler, AM/FM/CD Stk. Stk. #P9143WR #P9143WR

$

*75 months with $1,999 cash or trade *39 monthAM/FM/CD lease with $1,999 cash or trade Sunroof, due @ signing. $600 college grad included. due signing. $600 college grad included. Stk.@ #N1380A 2007 LINCOLN MKZ

2007 LINCOLN MKZ

White, White, 76K, Auto, Leather, Leather, Alloys, Alloys, PW, PW, PL, PL, LINCOLNSunroof, MKZ AM/FM/CD Silver, 63K, Auto, Sunroof, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N1380A White, 76K, Auto, Sunroof, AWD, Stk. #N1380A Leather, Alloys,PW, PW, Leather, Alloys, PL, $

*75 months with $1,999 cash or trade Alloys, Fog*39 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade Lights, due @ signing. $600 college grad included.Keyless Entry due @ signing. $600 college grad included. Stk. #N1394A

Silver, 98K, Auto, AWD, PW, AWD, PW, PL, PL, Alloys, Fog Lights, ONE Alloys, Fog Lights, LOW MILES Orange, Manual, Keyless9K, Entry Silver, 98K, One Owner, PW,Auto, PL, Keyless Entry OWNER Stk. #N1394A AWD, Sunroof, PW, PL,Spoiler Alloys, Stk. #N1394A Alloys, Fog Lights, Stk. #N12833A Keyless Entry SUPER Stk. #N1394A LOW MILES Orange, 9K, Manual, One Owner, PW,Auto, PL, Silver, 98K, ✓ FREE OIL CHANGES SUPER Orange,Sunroof, 9K,FREE Manual, Alloys, AWD, PW, PL,Spoiler ✓ CAR WASHES Stk. #N12833A MILES Orange, Manual, One Owner, PW, PL, STATE LOW Alloys, Fog Lights, ✓9K, FREE INSPECTIONS One Owner, PW,Spoiler PL, Keyless Entry Alloys, Sunroof, Service Open All Day Saturday Alloys, Sunroof, Spoiler Stk. #N1394A Stk. #N12833A Stk. #N12833A 7:30am - 5:00pm ✓ FREE OIL CHANGES Credit? No Credit? ✓Bad FREE CAR WASHES ✓ FREE INSPECTIONS NOSTATE PROBLEM! ✓9K,FREE OIL CHANGES Orange, Manual, Service All Day Saturday ✓ OIL ✓ FREE FREEOpen CARCHANGES WASHES One Owner, PW,7:30am PL, CAR FREE STATE ✓ FREE WASHES - INSPECTIONS 5:00pm

2010 NISSAN JUKE S 2007 2006 TOYOTA RAV4 $ SUPER $ $ $ ONE FULLY $17,921 $10,996 $11,872 13,396 OWNER LOADED S O M E R $$SWO R T H N I S S A N C E R T I F I E D U S E D C A R C E N T ER 13,396 10,996 $ CLEAN $ 17,921 $ 11,872 9,999 $14,907 $19,404 $16,933

2010 MAZDA

2010 LS 2010 CHEVY MAZDAIMPALA 3S

Keyless Entry, Alloys Stk. #N1328A Stk. #N12701B Gray, 70K, Auto, PW, PL, Keyless Entry, Blue, 43K, Manual, Gray, 70K, Auto, PW, Alloys, AM/FM/CD PW, PL, AM/FM/CD, Stk. #N1328A Gray, 70K, Auto, PW, PL, Keyless Entry, Keyless Entry, Alloys PL, Keyless Entry, Alloys, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N12701B Alloys, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N1328A Stk. #N1328A

2010 CHEVY IMPALA LS 2010 CHEVY IMPALA LS

2010 CHEVY IMPALA LS Gray, 70K, Auto, PW, PL, Keyless Entry, Alloys, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N1328A

OWNER

SPORTY

OWNER

2011 TOYOTA 2009 NISSAN MURANO 2009 HONDA ONE SUPER ONE 13,396 11,872 2010 NISSANCOROLLA JUKE S SS 17,921 2007 LINCOLN MKZ SL 2006 TOYOTA CIVIC RAV4 SI SUPER ONE FULLY ONE OWNER SPORTY OWNER 2011 TOYOTA COROLLA 2009 NISSAN MURANO SL 10,996 2009 HONDA CIVIC SI ONE SUPER ONE SUPER CLEAN OWNER LOADED OWNER 2011 TOYOTA COROLLA S $ SPORTY 2009 NISSAN MURANO SL$ OWNER 2009 HONDA CIVIC SI $ LOW ONE SUPER ONE MILES $OWNER Somersworth Nissan SPORTY OWNER 9,999 14,907 19,404 16,933 $ $$OWNER $ $ $ $ 17,921 $$10,996 $$ 11,872 $ 13,396 9,999 14,907 19,404 16,933 285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, 9,999 14,907 NH 603-692-5200 19,404 16,933 PL, AM/FM/CD Sunroof, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N1380A #P9148 Stk. Silver, 63K, Auto, Sunroof, White, 76K,AWD, Auto, Leather, Alloys, PW, Silver, 63K, Auto, Leather, Alloys, PW, PL, PL, AM/FM/CD Sunroof, AWD, Silver, 63K, Auto, Sunroof, AM/FM/CD Stk. #P9148 Sunroof, AWD, PW, Leather, Alloys, Stk. #N1380A Leather, Alloys, PW, PL, AM/FM/CD PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. Stk. #P9148 #P9148

Somersworth Nissan Somersworth Nissan 285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH 603-692-5200 Somersworth Nissan $ $

TOYOTA COROLLA S a week 2009 NISSAN MURANO SL 2009 HONDA CIVIC SI 24 hours a day, 7 days at: SomersworthNissan.com ONE Visit us2011 SUPER ONE OWNER OWNER Gray, 21K, Manual,units. AllSPORTY Silver, 63K, Auto, Prices after *All prices and payments based on in-stock prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. all applicable rebates.

$

9,999 14,907SomersworthNissan.com 19,404 285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH 603-692-5200 Sunroof, AWD, Leather, Alloys, PW, PL, AM/FM/CD Stk. #P9148

Sunroof, Alloys, Spoiler, AM/FM/CD Stk. #P9143WR Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH 603-692-5200 SomersworthNissan.com

Somersworth Nissan *All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

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

SomersworthNissan.com

*All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates. Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH

603-692-5200

*All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

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

SomersworthNissan.com

*All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

SUPER LOW MILES

16,933

$

Alloys, Sunroof, Spoiler ✓Bad FREE STATE Service Open AllINSPECTIONS Day Saturday Credit? No Credit? Stk. #N12833A 7:30am - 5:00pm

ServiceNO Open All Day Saturday PROBLEM! Bad7:30am Credit?- 5:00pm No Credit? NO PROBLEM!

Credit? No Credit? ✓Bad FREE OIL CHANGES ✓ FREE WASHES NOCAR PROBLEM! ✓ FREE STATE INSPECTIONS

Service Open All Day Saturday 7:30am - 5:00pm

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BRAND NEW 2013 GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4

BRAND NEW 2012 COMPASS SPORT

BRAND NEW 2012 LIBERTY SPORT 4X4

LEASE $269/MO

BRAND NEW 2012 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED 4 DOOR 4X4

LEASE $212/MO

3.6 LITER V6, FLEX FUEL, AUTOMATIC, PWR WINDOWS & LOCKS. #JG797

V6, AUTO, PWR WINDOWS & LOCKS, POPULAR EQUIP GROUP, FOG LAMPS, LEATHER WRAPPED STEERING WHEEL, CARGO COVER, TINTED GLASS, UCONNECT W/ BLUETOOTH. #JL1222

MSRP $32,120 REBATES & DISCOUNT $4,123

MSRP $27,660 REBATES & DISCOUNT $6,500

BRAND NEW 2012 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT 4X4

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A/C, AUTO, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, #JS249

PWR WINDOWS & LOCKS, CRUISE CONTROL, CONNECTIVITY GROUP W/ BLUETOOTH, TUBULAR SIDE STEPS, SIRIUS XM RADIO, ALLOY WHEELS. #JW730

23 MPG | 27 MPG HWY MSRP $20,525 REBATES & DISCOUNT $4,326

MSRP $29,835 REBATES & DISCOUNT $3,000

SALE $27,997 SALE $21,160 SALE $16,119 SALE $26,835 2011 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT 4X4. ONLY 44K MILES, AUTO, SOFT TOP, A/C. #9934 $22,481 2011 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT 4X4, AUTO, A/C, PWR WINDOWS & LOCKS, 17K MILES. $289/MO #9936. $19,881

LEASE $263/MO

LEASE $319/MO

2010 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT 4X4. SUNROOF, 36K MILES. $17,481

“X” PACKAGE NAVIGATION. 5.7L V8 HEMI WITH FUEL SAVER TECH. HEATED LEATHER, DUAL PANE PANORAMIC SUNROOF. #JG759

AIR CONDITIONING #JW759

MSRP $23,165 REBATES & DISCOUNT $2,700

MSRP $41,205 REBATES & DISCOUNT $6,750

SALE $20,465 SALE $34,705

2009 JEEP WRANGLER ULTD SHARA 4X4. DUAL TOP, 6 SPEED, FULL POWER. #9934. $24,991 2008 JEEP COMPASS 4X4. 26K MILES, SUNROOF, AUTO, #J247A. $15,545 2008 JEEP WRANGLER “X” 4X4. 6 SPEED TRANS, 69K, $245/MO. #9947. $16,881 2008 DODGE NITRO R/T. AWD, MOONROOF, 4.0 LITRE V6, 55K MILES. #9963 $18,991 2010 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED SPORT 4X4. 33K MILES, DUAL TOP, TOW PKG, AUTO. #JW773A. $24,881

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#JG797 TOTAL PAYMENTS $9708.12 ADJ RES $16,792.40. JG759 TOTAL PAYMENTS $12,506.13 ADJ RES $21,426.60. #JL1222 TOTAL PAYMENTS $8,298.42 ADJ RES $10,787.40. #JW759 TOTAL PAYMENTS $10,223.07 ADJ RES $11,814.15. $2499 DUE AT SIGNING, TAX, TITLE & ADMIN FEE EXTRA. ALL LEASES 10K MILES PER YEAR. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT WITH ALLY FINANCIAL. ALL APPLICABLE REBATES ASSIGNED TO DEALS. NOT ALL CUSTOMERS WILL QUALIFY FOR ALL REBATES. SALE ENDS NOVEMBER 30TH, 2012.

2008 SUBARU LEGACY SEDAN

2007 NISSAN SENTRA SEDAN

2009 NISSAN ROGUE“S” AWD

2008 TOYOTA RAV 4 LIMITED

$158/MO

$124/MO

$244/MO

$261/MO

SSPD, A/C, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS. #9950B

AUTOMATIC, A/C. #9931A

2007 JEEP COMPASS LIMITED 4X4

2010 MAZDA 6I TOURING SEDAN

SALE $8,950

$191/MO LEATHER, SUNROOF, AUTO, 71K MILES. #JP197B

SALE $12,881 2008 HONDA CRV EX 4X4

$259/MO AUTO, SUNROOF, ONLY 46K MILES. #J9927

SALE $17,881

2010 CHEVY SILVERADO CREW CAB 4X4 LT

$379/MO 25K MILES, V8, 5.4 LITRE. #JW767A

SALE $25,881

SALE $6,950

21K MILES, AUTO, A/C, PWR WINDOWS & LOCKS. #9951

LEATHER, MOONROOF, ONLY 30K MILES.#JG764A

SALE $16,888

SALE $17,888

2010 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE LS

$231/MO

2010 MAZDA 3I TOURING SEDAN

$268/MO

$217/MO

2012 FORD FOCUS S

$204/MO ONLY 4000 MILES, LIKE NEW. #JP199A1

SALE $13,991

2008 KIA AMANTI SEDAN

$204/MO

2011 KIA RIO LX SEDAN

$189/MO 10K MILES, AUTO, BALANCE OF 5YR/60000 MILE WARR. #9938

SALE $12,881

2005 TOYOTA TUNDRA X-CAB

$225/MO

20K MILES, AUTO, SUNROOF, ALLOY WHEELS. #9962

ALL WHEEL DRIVE, 3RD ROW SEAT. #9967

32K MILES, AUTOMATIC, ALLOY WHEELS, SUNROOF. # #9961

V6, LEATHER, MOONROOF, 41K MILES, LIKE NEW. #9900

ONLY 56K MILES, AUTOMATIC. #JG753A

2008 MINI COOPER “S”

2006 JEEP WRANGLER “X” 4X4

2008 HYUNDAI VERACRUZ LIMITED AWD

2010 CHEVROLET HHR LT

2010 HONDA ACCORD EX-L

SALE $15,888

SALE $18,281

$261/MO

$221/MO

LEATHER, SUNROOF, 30K MILES, AUTO.

VERY CLEAN. #JG778A

2011 HONDA CIVIC LX SEDAN

$202/MO

SALE $17,991

AUTO, A/C, ONLY 37K MILES, POWER & WINDOW LOCKS.

SALE $13,888

SALE $14,980

$331/MO

SALE $13,991

$174/MO

7 PASSENGER, 19K MILES, LEATHER, SUNROOF. #9946

47K MILES, AUTO, A/C, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS. #9967

2010 VOLKSWAGON DIESEL JETTA TDI

2010 CHEVY IMPALA SEDAN

2010 TOYOTA TACOMA DOUBLE CAB 4X4

$293/MO

$247/MO

SALE $12,500

40K MILES, AUTO, LEATHER, SUNROOF. #9932

SALE $19,991

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SALE $22,881

27K MILES, HTD LEATHER, SUNROOF, V6. #9922

SALE $16,991

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SALE $11,881

$335/MO 46K MILES, 6 SPEED, V6, SR5, TRD. #JG765B

SALE $22,881

SALE $12,900

$261/MO AUTO, LEATHER, SUNROOF, CERTIFIED. #9912

SALE $17,881

2011 SCION TC HATCHBACK

$233/MO 23K MILES, 6 SPEED, ALLOYS, MOONROOF. #JL1197A

SALE $15,991

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