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Cancer-Related Concerns at Pease Air National Guard Base PORTSMOUTH / WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) sent a letter with Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Congresswomen Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) and Annie Kuster (NH-02), calling on the Secretaries of Defense and Veterans Affairs to investigate cancer-related health concerns of service members that have served at Pease Air National Guard Base in Portsmouth. This letter comes amid concerns from Granite Staters that cancers among the former Pease service members may be

The Boeing KC-135R “Stratotanker” on the right is from the 133rd Air Refueling Squadron, 157th Air Refueling Wing, New Hampshire Air National Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Ben Bloker)

caused by service-connected chemical exposure to known carcinogens as well as the emerging contaminant, per-

and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The delegation wrote, “We write to bring your atten-

tion to a series of health concerns raised by Granite Staters regarding the incidences of cancer among members of the military who served at the former Pease Air Force Base and the 157th Air Refueling Wing at Pease Air National Guard Base. We have heard from a number of military retirees and their families who believe that exposure to approximately a dozen known carcinogens as well as ground and drinking water contaminated by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have caused serious negative health

impacts, including the development of a number of cancers ranging from prostate to bladder cancer. These members of the community have called for the New Hampshire National Guard (NHNG) to conduct a study to determine the causes and contributing factors for these cancers.”

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Local Author Ulinski to Speak at Dover Public Library DOVER The Dover Public Library is pleased to announce that local author Seth Ulinski will be speaking at the library on Tuesday, December 11 at 6:30 p.m. about his recently published book “Amazing Heights: How Short Men Stand Tall”. Seth notes that the personal development industry will surpass $10 billion in 2018 but you would be hard-pressed to find anything that addresses the unique challenges of one

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baseball, and football until a car accident in his sophomore year of high school. Multiple surgeries and a long recovery process gave him a stronger appreciation for seatbelts and good health. As an adult, Seth was diagnosed with rare autoimmune disorders, requiring thyroid and eye surgery. While educating himself on how to manage these life-altering events, Seth realized the value of self-care. Today, he’s grateful for these setbacks, drawing strength, courage, and wisdom

from them as part of his wider self-improvement work. Read more on Seth’s blog at https:// amazingheights.blog/. Seth Ulinski is a Dover NH resident and a graduate of Clemson University in South Carolina. While attending Clemson, Seth was a member of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. At 5’7”, he is also a member of the short guy fraternity. The program is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Library at 603-516-6050.

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particular group: short guys. Per the U.S. Census Bureau, there are approximately 60 million adult males below average height, which is 5’10’’. Only a select few in the men’s clothing industry have recognized that one size does not fit everyone under 5’10’’. With this in mind, “Amazing Heights” is the first personal development book dedicated to the short guy fraternity. Since he was a kid, Seth has been fascinated with sports. He played basketball,

Misdiagnosed Student Thrives On Stage PORTSMOUTH When Spencer John Bateman was born in 2003, doctors knew he would always be small. They also predicted he would be deaf and that he would never walk very well. Born at three pounds and 14 ounces, they diagnosed him with “failure to thrive,” the biggest of the many misdiagnoses. Now a freshman at Exeter Area High School, Bateman is in fact thriving. He performs on stage, he scuba dives, and he has the kind of confidence every parent wants for their child. The experts were right about one thing, though, Bateman is still

rehearse for an upcoming performance. “When I look in the mirror, it’s me.” Before his first birthday, Bateman was diagnosed with

Meier-Gorlin syndrome, a condition that has been found in only about 50 people worldwide. Although this has left him with no kneecaps, small lungs and ears, and a very slow rate of growth, Bateman is mostly like any other kid – he does homework, plays air soft, horses around with his younger brother, and sometimes talks back to his teachers. Unlike other kids his age, Bateman has become an actor on a professional stage. For the past five years, the Exeter native has appeared as Tiny Tim in the Players’ Ring production of

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small. He is 53 inches tall and weighs in at 43 pounds. “I never noticed that I was small and I never cared,” said Bateman, as he prepared to

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Amare Cantare Winter Concerts

PORTSMOUTH The Seacoast’s vocal chamber chorus Amare Cantare will perform three winter concerts on Saturday, December 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Portsmouth; on Sunday, December 9 at 3 p.m. in Dover; and on Wednesday, December 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Exeter. Amare Cantare’s program will feature a variety of sacred works, including selections from

Josef Rheinberger’s Advent motets and pieces by Josquin des Prez, Cecilia McDowall, Sally Herman, and Juan Garcia de Salazar. They will also perform a set of spirituals, including two Christmas spirituals arranged by David Blackwell and Rosephanye Powell’s “Be Glad in the Lord.” At the conclusion of the program the audience will be invited to sing beloved seasonal

Rock My Soul Performs Rockin’ Holiday Concerts DOVER Rock My Soul, a 25member secular choir that specializes in lively, roots-based gospel, and its “sister group” The RMS Five, a 5-member vocal ensemble that specializes in rich harmonies and unique arrangements of roots, blues, Americana, and gospel, will perform Rockin’ Holiday Con-

certs in NH and Maine. The shows will take place at the following locations: St. John’s Methodist Church in Dover on Sunday, December 9 at 5 p.m.; at the Kittery Dance Hall in Kittery on Friday, December 14 at 7 p.m. and at the First United Methodist Church in Portsmouth on Saturday, December 15 at 7 p.m.

carols along with the choir. An auditioned chamber chorus that strives for musical excellence in the performance of challenging and diverse repertoire, Amare Cantare seeks to foster a vital arts community, collaborate with other organizations, provide opportunities for artistic fulfillment for our singers, and share our love of music with their audiences. Performances will be held on December 8 at Immaculate Conception Church at 98 Summer Street in Portsmouth; on December 9 at Saint Joseph’s Church at 150 Central Avenue in Dover; and on December 12 at Christ Church at 43 Pine Street in Exeter. General admission is $15 at the door, $12 in advance. Student and senior tickets are $12 at the door, $10 in advance. Tickets may be purchased at www.amarecantare.org.

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Pontine Theatre Presents A Victorian Christmas PORTSMOUTH The Pontine Theatre is presenting “A Victorian Christmas” through December 9. The production, performed by Pontine Co-Directors, Marguerite Mathews & Greg Gathers, includes a Toy Theatre adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and a puppet play, The Knave of Hearts by Vermont’s Louise Saunders. Per-

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its height of popularity in England, during the Victorian era. This historic theatrical style is ideally suited to Pontine’s condensed rendition of Dickens’ endearing story. The Knave of Hearts is performed with rod puppets and toy theatre figures. It’s a radical retelling of the fairy tale by written by Louise Saunders. Ms. Saunders was associated with New Hampshire’s Cornish Colony. Her play explains the reasons for the strange behavior of a respectable nursery character, the Knave of Hearts.

Portsmouth Pro Musica Concerts PORTSMOUTH / DOVER Portsmouth Pro Musica, under artistic director Priscilla Stevens French, brings warmth, light, and joy to the holiday season with concerts on December 7 and 9. Using the theme “Dwelling in Unity,” these performances bring together seasonal music from Jewish, Christian, and Solstice traditions. The featured segment of each concert will be Leonard See MUSIC page 4...

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~ News ~ ...BATEMAN from page 1 Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Initially Bateman was invited to try out for the part by Christopher Savage, the father of a friend. Savage was directing “A Christmas Carol” at the Ring that year and thought Bateman might be good for the part. It turned out to be a great fit. “I just morphed into that role and now I feel like I am Tiny Tim, to be honest with you,” he said during an interview at the Players’ Ring on March Street. Over the years he has been invited to play other roles in the show. This year, in the production being directed by Whitney Smith, he will also be Boy Ebenezer. Bateman’s father, Eric Bateman, believes his son is such a natural on stage because he has always had people staring at him. Spencer doesn’t think of himself as an actor and doubts he will perform anywhere besides the Players’ Ring. But he agreed he doesn’t get nervous performing. “I never got stage fright and

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the words just came out of my mouth,” he said, recalling his first tentative time on stage. Smith, the director of this year’s show, sees Bateman as a great addition to the production. “He brings a depth to the characters he plays that is uncommon for someone his age,” she said. “Along with talent and a good work ethic, his amazing attitude is infectious.” Although he is willing to answer questions about his condition, he said he gets annoyed with the way some people treat him. He expects kids will stare, and is prepared to discuss what it means to be a person living with Meier-Gorlin syndrome. But he expects grown-ups to limit their ogling and absolutely can’t stand it when teachers talk down to him as if he were a little kid. More than other kids, perhaps, Bateman has learned to roll with the punches, and choose his battles. “My parents always told me I was going to be looked at and made fun of so to let it roll off or give it back,” he said. Meier-Gorlin syndrome is a rare condition caused by a gene mutation. In Bateman, it

has meant several surgeries at a young age and getting pneumonia about 20 times due to his small lungs. It also means he can scuba dive quite well since he uses air at about half the rate of anyone else. Eric Bateman noted that the odds of him and his wife, Tracey, finding each other and both carrying the recessive gene for the syndrome was minuscule. The odds of their second child having the same condition, however, was one in four. Shane was born six years ago at a “normal” size. His hope right now is that his older son reaches close to five feet so he can drive a car. As much as Bateman insists he is pretty much like anyone else, he also thinks it would be pretty great to talk to even just one other person who has the same syndrome. So far he has not been able to find anyone, even online. Spencer Bateman will perform in “A Christmas Carol” at the Players’ Ring Theatre, 105 Marcy St., Portsmouth through December 23. Information and tickets are available at www. playersring.org or by calling 603436-8123.

...REFUEL from page 1 rent and former airmen and their families to discuss cancer concerns. Officials have also announced that a contact database will be established to distribute updates through the New Hampshire State Office of Veterans Affairs. In their letter, the delegation requested the Departments of Defense (DOD) and Veterans Affairs (VA) meet with the NHNG and participate in the listening session. The delegation continued, “As you know, members of the military may be exposed to numerous chemicals and substances throughout their service and there is precedent within both the DOD and the VA for studying service-connected exposure to hazardous chemicals, substances and conditions. Furthermore, military job functions associated with the aerial refueling mission are not unique to Pease. There are 18 aerial refueling wings within the National Guard and similar job functions are performed by service members in other types of units both on active duty

and in the reserve component around the world, making the DOD and VA more equipped to develop and conduct studies related to hazardous exposures and health outcomes.” In closing, the delegation submitted a list of questions for the DOD and VA regarding hazardous chemicals and material exposure, studies on the correlation between cancers and military service, and more. In October, Shaheen led a New Hampshire congressional delegation letter to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) calling on the federal agency to focus research efforts on the potential connection between PFAS exposure and pediatric cancer. Senator Shaheen has prioritized efforts in Congress to uncover the potential health effects of emerging contaminants in water supplies. In addition to establishing and funding the PFAS health-impact study for fiscal year (FY) 2018, Shaheen worked to include an additional $10 million for the second year of the health-impact study, which See CANCER page 5...

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ages two and under are free. FMI: www.childrens-museum.org.

“Annie,” one of the most popular musicals of all time opened November 30 and will be running through December 23 at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre,125 Bow St in Portsmouth. Tickets are available through 603-433-4472, or www. seacoastrep.org. thru Saturday, December 22.

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The Portsmouth Historical Society celebrates a Vintage Christmas with its annual Gingerbread House Contest exhibit every day from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. with extended hours on Friday, December 7 until 8 p.m. The exhibition is free and open to the public. The public can continue to vote until Friday, December 14 for the People’s Choice Awards. These awards will be announced on Monday, December 17 on Facebook. FMI: 603-436-8433 or www. portsmouthhistory.org.

Friday, December 7 Ugly Sweater Art Walk Don your ugliest holiday sweater and head down for Dover’s December Art Walk for unique and custom holiday gifts from local artists, live music and tag your sweater selfie with #doverartwalk for a surprise holiday freebie when you drop off your stamped map at the mills by 8 p.m. FMI: www. doverartwalk.com.

PCA First Look Friday Get a “First Look” at Portsmouth Christian Academy, 20 Seaborne Drive, Dover, 8:30-10:30 a.m. Tour includes coffee, refreshments and introductions to faculty and staff. FMI: www.pcaschool.org.

Saturday, December 8 Thanks to Gravity Band Dance the night away with the hot alt rock energy of Thanks to Gravity at 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan

The Seacoast Wind Ensemble (SWE) will perform at 7 p.m. at the North Church, Market Square in Portsmouth. Program will feature holiday favorites, sing-a-longs, and more. Admission is free but donations are welcome at the door. FMI: www.seacoastwindensemble.org. ‘Tis the season for holiday fun at 5 Hale Street in Dover, 8:30-11 a.m. There will be a waffle bar, cookie decorating, and a non-commercial way of celebrating St. Nick in a safe church environment. Admission is $5 per person or $20 for family. There will also be a small Christmas craft market.

Hometown Holiday Party Come join Downtown Dover in celebrating the Christmas season with hot cocoa, s’more station, Santa stroll, caroling in the streets, Christmas karaoke, Hometown Holiday raffle and so much more at the 3rd Annual Hometown Holiday Party, 2-7 p.m. See all of the participating locations at www.dovermainstreet.org.

Veterinary Open House Visit the newest vet in town for their Holiday Open House at 495 Central Avenue, Dover from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. There will be raffles, refreshments, door prizes and you can meet Dr. Timothy Hunt, founder of Winishahanat Veterinary Care! FMI: www. winichahanatvet.com.

Jingle Bell Express Take a magical journey to the Cochecho Country Club in the C&J double-decker bus to hear a reading of The Polar Express at 10:30 a.m., Noon, 1:30 p.m. or 3 p.m. Ticket price includes a keepsake family photo, time to explore the Children’s Museum and a make-and-take holiday craft. Space is limited! Tickets are $25 per person and children

Rollinsford’s historic Colonel Paul Wentworth House will be decked out in festive attire for a Holiday Open House, 4-6 p.m. Enjoy candlelight, light refreshments and seasonal music in an 18th century atmosphere. Admission is free though donations are welcome. Located on Water Street in Rollinsford. FMI: www.paulwentworthhouse.org.

Sunday, December 9 Bingo to Support Triangle Club The Triangle Club, 887B Central Avenue, Dover is a chemical-free meeting house for those seeking recovery from substance misuse disorders. Enjoy a fun BINGO experience, 12-3 p.m. while helping support the mission. FMI: www. doverbingo.com. Also happening on Tuesday, December 11.

Long Story Short is an ongoing storytelling series featuring a variety of people from around the Seacoast who have a good story to share. Program includes 5-6 scheduled storytellers and one person selected from the audience to tell a story on the spot based on that night’s theme: Family Ties. At 3S Artspace, 319 Vaughan Street, Portsmouth, 7 p.m. Admission $5.

Family Holiday Extravaganza The Seventh Annual Glenn Wixson Family Holiday Extravaganza will be held at the Press Room, 77 Daniel Street in Portsmouth, 6-9 p.m. This is a family friendly holiday celebration full of music and good cheer that you don’t want to miss. FMI: Joel Glenn Wixson at jgwixson@aol.com.

Thursday, December 13 Dover Chamber 101 Program Chamber 101 is an orientation session to review membership benefits, while Chamber 411 is an indepth look at the Dover Chamber’s Member Information Center (MIC).

Messiah Sing-A-Long Come sing or come to listen – Choruses and solos from Parts I and II of Handel’s Messiah, concluding with the Hallelujah Chorus.Musical scores provided, or bring your own. Admission by donation of $10 at the door. Event starts at 7 p.m. at 218 Central Avenue, Dover

Tuesday, December 11 Dementia Support Group Join others caring for a loved one with dementia, and the dementia professionals, 10-11 a.m. at Spring Village, 35 Pointe Place, Dover for Emotional Support, Socializing, Educational Materials and New Ideas Related to all forms of dementia at any stage of the journey. FMI: www. springvillagedover.com.

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Friday December 14 It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play New Hampshire Theatre Project celebrates their 30th anniversary season with a special holiday production of It’s a Wonderful Life. Joe Landry has re-envisioned the beloved film classic as a 1940’s style radio play. Play runs December 14-30 at West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington St, Portsmouth. Admission $30, seniors/students $26.

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DOVER Domino and Shemp’s world has been shattered, and they need your help to feel whole again. These beautiful girls are a bonded pair that came to the shelter over two months ago after their owner tragically took his own life. Their owner was not only their caretaker and companion, but truly their best friend. Despite their heartwrenching story and lovable faces, Domino and Shemp are still anxiously waiting for their forever home. Their story has reached thousands of people online, but these girls have barely had any visits from potential adopters.

Although shy at first, Domino and Shemp are sweet, playful companions. They are looking for a loving family to fill the void that was left in their world, and adopt them as a pair. It was their owner’s final wish that they remain together. We know bonded pairs are a tough sell. There’s a significant difference between adopting one dog and adopting a pair of dogs. It’s a lot of responsibility, and can be overwhelming. At CVHS, we do everything we can to keep bonded pairs, like Domino and Shemp, together. We don’t want to separate them. We know they’ve never experienced life without their other half. We know that

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being together gives them a comfort that is beyond what we can give them. Please consider adopting this bonded pair. The responsibility may be significant, but we promise that the love of two grateful pups will be worth it. Don’t keep Domino and Shemp

waiting any longer. Do you or someone you know have room in your heart for two? Come meet Domino and Shemp at Cocheco Valley Humane Society at 262 County Farm Road in Dover, NH. For more information, visit www. cvhsonline.org.

Bernstein’s 3-movement Chichester Psalms, performed to celebrate the one-hundredth birthday of the composer. Chichester Psalms will be accompanied by organist Robert Littlefield and guest harpist Sorana Scarlat. Additional highlights will be performances by the a cappella group The Overtones and an excerpt from the chorus’s forthcoming April concert. Performances are Friday, December 7, 8 p.m. at the First Parish Church in Dover and Sunday, December 9 at 3 p.m. at the North Church in Portsmouth. Tickets can be purchased at www.ppmnh.org for $13 and $11 for students/seniors, or at the door for $16/$13.

~ Library News ~ Dover Public Library STEM Saturday Join us on Saturday, December 8 at 2 p.m. in the Lecture Hall to meet Dover High School’s Shockwave Robotics Team. We will meet the team, learn about their robot and see how it works! After the demonstration, kids in grades K and up are invited to stay and play with Snap Circuits to easily create prewired engineering interconnections. No pre-reg. required.

Poet Claire Conroy Portsmouth poet Claire Conroy will visit the library on Monday, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. and will be reading from her latest book of poetry, “Listen”. She will also sign copies and have copies available for purchase.

Pizza & Pages The second meeting of the Library’s Teen Book Group, Pizza & Pages, will be held on Wednesday, December 12 at 6 p.m. The group will discuss We Were Liars by E. Lockhardt and copies of the book

are available at Library’s adult circulation desk. The group is very informal with pizza and refreshments erved.

Adult and Toddler Yoga On Friday, December 14 from 11 11:30 a.m., adults with toddlers are invited to try out a fun introductory yoga class to learn some basic poses to share with your child. No experience necessary. Bring a mat if you have one.

Charlie & The Chocolate Factory Event Families are invited on Saturday, December 15, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. to celebrate the classic book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Activities, crafts and treats will all be part of the fun with special guest Willy Wonka at 11 a.m. Everyone who attends will be entered into a raffle to win a gift basket and there will be free toothbrushes donated by Dover Pediatric Dentistry to help keep our teeth cavity-free!

Monthly Game Night Join friends and neighbors for

some friendly competition with one of our many games or bring one you’d like to teach to others on Wednesday, December 19, 6-8 p.m.

Interactive Movie Join us Monday, December 17 at 6:30 p.m. as we celebrate the holidays with an interactive showing of Elf in the Lecture Hall! Each person will receive a prop bag full of surprises and instructions on how to interact with the movie as it plays. All ages welcome! Registration is required for Elf.

Hallmark Holiday Movie On Tuesday, December 18 at 6:30 p.m. we will “premiere” the Hallmark Holiday movie Christmas Incorporated which is set in Dover, NH. Written by a man who grew up on the Seacoast.

Paws for Reading Murphy, a certified therapy dog, and her handler, Karen, will be in the children’s room on Saturday, December 15, 10-11 a.m. Murphy is a great listener and especially

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Children of all ages are invited to drop in and make and take a Reindeer Craft from December 9 -15, an Elf Bag Puppet from December 16-22, and a Cottonball Snowman Stick Puppet from December 21-26.

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Come listen to the sounds of Quintessence, a woodwind quintet, formed by the five principal players in a New Hampshire orchestra on Wednesday December 12 at 3 p.m. A concert that’s sure to put you in the spirit of the holidays! Free!

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Rye writers, Skip and Kathleen Lockwood will visit on Wednesday, December 12 at 6:30 p.m. Skip will read excerpts from his book “Insight Pitch: My Life as a Major League Closer” and his wife, Kathleen, will share her perspectives from her book, “Major League Bride: An Inside Look at Life Outside the Ballpark.” Free!

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Health & Fitness The Chase Home and Others Fighting Teen Suicide SEACOAST In the past two years, The Chase Home in Portsmouth has expanded services to include early intervention/prevention, which are designed to address emerging issues in youth and families before they reach a critical stage. In its Seacoast Youth Suicide Prevention Network (SYSPN) program, made possible through a multi-year initiative funded by Exeter Hospital, The Chase Home seeks to better support youth it already serves and those outside their general demographic. Other leading partners include New Heights and Seacoast Outright. Currently, all three agencies are planning a series of internal trainings designed to

assist respective staff members in better detecting and addressing risk factors that lead to teen suicide. “The training piece is critical, because we all work with different segments of the population,” said The Chase Home Executive Director Meme Wheeler. “We need to each understand what the other knows about the issues facing kids and youth.” Next steps in the process include providing external trainings to staff of other agencies that regularly come into contact with youth. Wheeler said they also plan to step up marketing around the program, which will include a digital presence geared toward caregivers and youth. “Kids are online and they

are talking, looking for answers to questions,” she said. “We need to be where the kids are, too.” By the end of fiscal year 2019, which concludes June 30, 2019, Wheeler said the hope is that SYSPN will include all organizations funded through Exeter’s Hospital’s initiative. “We want to serve as a referral source for youth and their families and connect them with the services best suited to their particular needs,” she added. “We offer services in this program through our partners, but we also want to be a referral source.” To learn more or to sign up for an external training, email ctowne@chasehome.org. Details can be found at www. chasehome.org.

$800K Announced for Trauma Services to Help Children WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Congresswomen Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) and Annie Kuster (NH-02) announced $800,000 from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Assistance to the City of Manchester. This grant will support the Manchester Police Department’s Adverse Childhood Experiences Response Team Enhancement (ACERT) Project, which provides services to children exposed to trauma, including substance use, domestic violence and sexual assault. ACERT consists of a comprehensive support network, including a police officer, a crisis services advocate and a community health worker

who provide security, safety and support to victims of childhood trauma. “The opioid epidemic affects every community in New Hampshire, and there are too many children facing trauma as a result of individuals and family members with substance use disorders in their homes,” said Shaheen. “As we work to turn the tide of the epidemic, it’s imperative that our community continue to have the resources necessary to help children who have been impacted by their loved ones’ substance misuse. I am pleased to announce federal funding for the ACERT program in Manchester, which will provide vulnerable youth with a support system to navigate the difficult obstacles they face at home, and ensure they have assistance to live happy

and successful lives. Combating the opioid epidemic requires a multi-faceted approach, and I’ll keep fighting for additional resources so children throughout New Hampshire who have been affected by this crisis have the assistance they need and deserve.” “The opioid epidemic has upended countless lives, including the lives of children who have suffered trauma from exposure to substance misuse, domestic violence, and sexual assault,” said Hassan. “It is critical that these children get the support they need so they can go on to lead successful, healthy lives, and I am pleased to announce this grant to help bolster Manchester Police’s ACERT program to better provide comprehensive support for our kids.”

Support for Partnership Between State Law Enforcement WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), the lead Democrat of the Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee, Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Edward Markey (D-MA) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH), along with Representatives Katherine Clark (D-MA), Richard Neal (D-MA), Jim McGovern (D-MA), Mike Capuano (DMA), Stephen F. Lynch (DMA), Niki Tsongas (D-MA), Bill Keating (D-MA), Carol

Shea-Porter (D-NH), Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) and Annie Kuster (D-NH), the founder and co-chair of the Bipartisan Heroin and Opioid Task Force, applauded an award of $2.95 million to the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office in support of partnerships between Massachusetts and New Hampshire law enforcement to investigate and interdict narcotics, including heroin and fentanyl. “Drug trafficking knows no borders which is why partnerships across state lines are so important to keeping drugs

off our streets,” said the New Hampshire and Massachusetts delegations in a joint statement. “We believe that these partnerships between law enforcement will undoubtedly save lives. This award is a vote of confidence in our law enforcement who do such a tremendous job protecting our communities and need all the help they can get as they fight on the frontlines of the opioid crisis. We will continue to do all that we can to secure resources and provide tools to those who are fighting to end this epidemic.”

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$500K To Expand Treatment for Substance Abuse in Seacoast WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter (NH-01) announced $502,729 in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service grants from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The grant will fund Greater Seacoast Community Health’s efforts to expand medication-assisted treatment for vulnerable populations in Somersworth and the Seacoast region. “This funding will provide critical resources to Greater Seacoast Community Health, increasing treatment options for those who need it most. I’m very pleased by these additional grants to help our health care providers. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, I’ll continue to fight for more federal support for Granite Staters on the frontlines of this epidemic.” said Shaheen. “Medication-assisted treatment is the gold standard for opioid use disorder treatment and it is a critical part of the comprehensive approach that we need to continue implementing to curb the deadly tide of the opioid crisis,” said Hassan. “This federal grant will support those efforts by expanding access to medication-assisted treatment for some of our most vulnerable Granite Staters under the care of Greater Seacoast Community Health. I’ll keep fighting to secure additional resources so that those seeking treatment have access to the care they

need to get their lives back on track.” “We know that to turn the tide in the deadly opioid epidemic, individuals with substance use disorder need access to evidence-based treatment options, and that’s what this funding will support,” said Shea-Porter. “Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is critical in our state’s fight to combat the opioid epidemic, and we rely on organizations like Greater Seacoast Community Health to administer MAT programs. This funding was made available through the hard work of the entire New Hampshire Congressional Delegation, and I am pleased to see that Greater Seacoast Community Health will receive more of the resources it needs to serve our communities. Congratulations to Greater Seacoast Community Health, and I thank them for the incredible work they do to improve the health and well-being of our communities.” Greater Seacoast Community Health was established when the Goodwin Community Health Center and Families First merged in January, 2018. The organization of Federally Qualified Health Centers serves 16,500 patients at clinics in Somersworth, Portsmouth, and Seabrook, providing primary care, prenatal care, breast and cervical cancer screenings, MAT, and intensive outpatient treatment for substance use disorder.

...CANCER from page 5 she authorized in the FY2019 National Defense Authorization Act and appropriated in the defense funding legislation that was signed into law in September. Shaheen also worked to include specific language in the FY2019 defense bill that streamlines the process of transferring funds from DOD to ATSDR, to facilitate the funding process of the study going forward. In August, Senators Shaheen and Hassan joined a bipartisan group of Senators to introduce legislation that would hold federal agencies accountable to address PFAS contamination at military bases around the country. This bipartisan bill continues Shaheen’s work on PFAS exposure research as

it specifically relates to service members and veterans, who are in environments that have higher exposure to these chemicals. In April, Senator Shaheen worked with Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD) to introduce the PFAS Registry Act, which Senator Hassan also cosponsored, to create a national database for service members and veterans experiencing health problems potentially due to PFAS exposure. The bill would allow military personnel and veterans to receive updates on recent scientific developments on the effects of PFAS exposure and information on what resources may be available to address their health concerns.


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Thursday, December 20 NHTP Presents The Winter Solstice in Story & Song New Hampshire Theatre Project (NHTP) will once again celebrate the winter solstice. Spoken word and theatre artist Diane Edgecomb brings to life the ancient myths that reveal the deep meaning behind winter holiday traditions. Margot Chamberlain and Tom Megan accompany the tales with instrumental melodies along with traditional and original songs. 7 p.m. at West End Studio Theatre, 959 Islington St, Portsmouth. Tickets $25. FMI: www. nhtheatreproject.org or 603-4316644 x 5.

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