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May 28 - June 3, 2014 Vol. 10, No. 30
Storey Avenue Makeover
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or grocery store, all to serve the driving public and local residents. Storey Avenue, state highway 113, Exit 57 to historic Newburyport, the birthplace of the Coast Guard, is no different. There Photo by Stewart Lytle you find a large commercial area The intersection of Storey Avenue and Low Street. with shopping NEWBURYPORT – Take almost centers and expansive parking lots, any exit off one of Massachusetts' which some city leaders believe is interstate highways and you will a less attractive gateway for a city find similar landscapes – gas that prides itself on its historic stations, fast food restaurants, a architecture and well-landscaped Continued on page 3 convenience store, maybe a bank
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Hermayne Gordon, the Rowley children's librarian.
REGIONAL – Massachusetts is the top-performing state for students competing internationally in math and science tests. But the test scores of Bay State students lag behind their counterparts in many Asian and European countries. So libraries across the North Shore are offering summer reading programs for children of all ages that
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focus on science. The programs offer incentives, including cool grand prizes, parties and other events, to keep children reading, particularly about science, during the summer months. “I believe if a child is reading, he or she can learn anything. It is the window to the world,” said Continued on page 3
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It was a rainy, damp night on May 13th, but that didnâ€™t stop a good turnout for the Pine Grove PTA Ice Cream Social. Kids enjoyed ice cream sundaes and pizza sold at a discount to the PTA by White Farms. They ate sausages and hot dogs donated by Killeen Electrical Services, and munched on popcorn. Little ones bounced all night on the bouncy house and played the basketball and soccer carnival games. Thanks to Jeanne SanvitiMasher and John Howland, the Karaoke station was a big hit. Thanks also go to the Guglielmi family for the use of their karaoke machine and to Jeanne for her donation of the karaoke cdâ€™s. Thank you to Josette Renda for making arrangements and delivery of the machine for this event. Hair braiding was also a big hit. Thank you to Jenny and Dave Patterson for their generous donation of all of the hair braiding supplies. Thanks to Emily Palen and to Backstage Spa and Salon for the generous donation to make the Nail Painting station possible. The face painting station was extremely popular and the kids came away with beautiful designs. Thank you to Face by Eva (McManmon) for donating her time. Thank you to the Butler family, the Gibbs family and to the Dixon family for the use of their tents. Thanks to Wendy Quinn, our entrance was brightened by the beautiful balloons she donated. The planning committee for this event was a huge help. They are: Liz Butler, Lyn Macaskill, Jodi Scolamiero, Wendy Quinn, Kristen Morgese, Sieglinde Aigaer-Crooks, Elena Rosnov-Dundin, Jenny Patterson and Aimee Morland. Thank you so much for everything you did to make this such a great success. Last but not least, a huge thank you to all of our volunteers on the day of the event. Everyone is busy, everyone has so much going onâ€Śbut these volunteers donated their valuable time and it is greatly appreciated: Leah, Jack, Colin and Joe Niska, Nicole Thornton, Jane Koopman White, Aimee, Haley and Emma Morland, Jen and Zachary Godfrey, Kristen Morgese, Maecy, Aidan, Caroline and Ellie Gay-Killeen, Eva McManmon, Magdala Allen, Jenny Patterson, Tricia Savino, Josette Renda, Tara, Peyton and Carter Gibbs, Jeanne Sanviti-Masher, David Masher, John Howland, Chris Piscatelli, Lyn Macaskill, Jodi Scoliarmo, Chase Craveiro, Karen Muzi, Mary Berardino, Lisa Manganello, Janet Manning, Hannah Marsh, Rachel Lees, Margot Lacey, Lisa Salvatore, Elena Rosnov-Dundin, Patti Cummings and Jill Bouley. Thank you also to the Pine Grove Janitorial staff for all of their help. I sincerely hope I did not leave anyone out. If I did, I apologize and shame on me!
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Hermayne Gordon, the Rowley Public Library's children's librarian. Summer may be a time to relax from the rigors of school, but it should not be a time to quit learning, to stop reading, educators and librarians say. Consider some statistics from recent studies: Children, who do not read during the summer, can lose up to 25 percent of their reading level or up to three months of education. Between grades one and six, the potential impact of not opening a book in the summer could compound to 1.5 yearsâ€™ worth of reading development lost. Reading just four books over the summer can prevent the summer slide and increase a studentâ€™s reading level. But summer reading must also be fun. And Gordon believes the program at the Rowley library will be just that. â€œI am excited,â€? she said. For the young readers, the program, called Fizz, Boom, Read, kicks off June 25 with a carnival at the library with face painting, games and crafts. Children and their parents are invited to participate in the program, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, and pick up their colorful folders to record their reading during the summer. The program at the Rowley library continues until August 13. Children who read books this summer will earn tickets toward a drawing for a grand prize of a year's subscription to National Geographic Magazine. They can select their own books or choose from ones selected for them by the librarians. The books can be fiction or non-fiction, like one Gordon likes about the life of electricity inventor Nikola Tesla. The library also has a program for teens, encouraging them to read books about various aspects of science, such as medicine, robots and infectious diseases. If they read 200 pages or one full book, they earn tickets for the grand prize, which will be a an electronic
tablet. For the teens there will also be weekly drawings for prizes. Tickets can be earned for attending activities at the library or volunteering there for two hours. Thursday evenings are devoted teen activities. There is also an adult summer reading program, called Literary Elements. The rewards for the adults is the joy of reading and learning about new things. â€œIf whole family participates, Mom and Dad are reading, for just 15 minutes a day, it will be fun for the whole family,â€? Gordon said. In Amesbury, the library opens registration for its summer reading program June 16 in the library or on line. Each week the library will feature a different science-related craft for all ages. On June 30, participating children and teens can create a mad scientist. Other events include projects about butterfly metamorphosis, the human body and brain and terrariums. The library is also having some fun outside the library, moving Stein, the Mad Scientist around town to stores and offices downtown. Stein will continue to prowl around Amesbury until August 6. â€œIf you see him, come back to the Library and tell us in the Childrenâ€™s Room where he is and what book he is reading. Youâ€™ll get entered into a raďŹ„e each week you find him to get yummy ice cream, donuts or bowling,â€? the library web site says. In Georgetown, the library has also launched its science-related summer reading program. For 10 hours of reading, children from birth to sixth grade can earn a free book. For 20 hours, the prize is free children's admission to the Topsfield Fair, plus a free hotdog, soda and ride tickets. For 30 hours, the prizes also include a second book. Other libraries will announce their summer reading program in coming weeks. The Boston Bruins support the summer reading programs with the slogan, â€œWhen you read, you score.â€?
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yards. So the city is working with a New Hampshire developer, who proposes to redo one of the most visible and dangerous corners of that gateway. City officials would like to use the opportunity to improve the appearance of the entrance to the city that promotes itself as a destination for tourists. “We are keeping a close eye on this project,” said planning director Andrew Card. The goal, Card said, is to create at the corner of Storey and Low Street something that will feel more like a town center than a highway exit. The Institution for Savings, one of several banks along Storey, raised the standard last year when it took a drab one-story branch bank across the street from the new development and built a classic two-story brick building with arched windows and a lighted clock tower. Mike Jones, the bank's president and CEO, called the bank's $3 million renovation to its busiest branch “a good investment.” He said, “This is our future. We hope customers will enjoy it.” Tropic Star Development of Hampton, NH, met again last week with the city's Planning Board to discuss site plans and traffic impacts for its proposal to relocate the Shell gas station at the intersection and build a build a 14,600-square-foot pharmacy, probably a new CVS store with a drive-up prescription window, a new service station and
a 2,500-square-foot convenience store. Tropic Star also proposes to donate more than 20 acres of wetlands as open space behind the new buildings, plus $15,000 to pay for improving access to the acreage. Card said the planning department and planning board want Tropic Star to locate the pharmacy closer to the street so it would look less like a typical commercial strip center. The city would also like for Tropic Star to add brick exterior, instead of the Hardy board siding it is currently proposing. There are also expectations to use the new development to make the street more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. Although there is considerable debate on how to improve this busy and dangerous intersection, Card suggested that a concrete median might help pedestrians cross the state highway easier. He also said the city would like to add bike lanes on Storey to accommodate those bikers who will using the new dedicated lanes on the rebuilt Whittier Bridge of I-95. Some Newburyport residents worry that adding more businesses along Storey will make access to I95 more challenging. Rosemarie Serino opposes the proposed development. She wrote recently: “Why do we need another pharmacy (we already have four), another bank (there are two across the proposed development), another
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May 28 - June 3, 201 seniors and museum members try out new material and new free. $5 for non-members. comedians work on their acts. Amateurs are welcome. The show is hosted by different professional MEDITATION Free, Zen meditation instruction comedians each week. is offered Monday nights at the First WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4th Religious Society, 26 Pleasant Street, Newburyport. The practice sessions meet in the lower meetinghouse HATHA YOGA CLASS Students are led through a from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. For first time participants, the 6pm series of stretches, strengthening orientation session is recommended. and balancing postures, twists The instructor is Joyce Haydock, a and inversions by certified yoga member of the Kwan Um School instructor Maura Mastrogiovanni. of Zen for almost 25 years and a No registration is required, and all Dharma teacher for over 15 years. fitness levels are welcome. Bring Zen is a way of living, a way to a mat if you have one and wear perceive one's life with a clear mind comfortable clothes. Class meets and to better understand your true every Wednesday evening at the Self. Over time, with support, one Rowley Library, 141 Main St., works to attain a clear compassionate from 5:30-7 pm. Sponsored by mind which, moment to moment, the Friends of the Library, cost for is able to help all beings. For more students is $12 or $10 for Friends information, contact Joyce Haydock members. Call 978-948-2850 for more information. at 978-363-5457. TUESDAY, JUNE 3rd
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Mark your calendars now to join us on the Island at PITA Hall for The Art of Summer, our fourth annual hosting of the Plum Island Art Festival presented by the members of the Saltbox Gallery during the weekend of July 11 – 13. This gala show will feature live demonstrations by sixteen renowned local artists who will be out-and-about creating images of familiar Plum Island scenes. Throughout the weekend, there will be paintings, hand-made jewelry and fine handcrafts on display and for sale at PITA Hall. An Artist’s Reception is planned for Friday evening, July 11th, 6 – 9PM. Sponsored by the Plum Island Grille and Vertical Solutions. Show hours: Saturday and Sunday, 10AM – 5PM. Free Parking. Don’t miss the Wet Paint Sale on Sunday! -----------------------------------------------------------REGIONAL - SAVE THE DATE! The third annual Pettengill Cup Charity Golf Tournament will be held on Monday, July 28, 2014 at the Ipswich Country Club. 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