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Volume 10 • Issue No. 7

Airman Assists First Responders KITTERY It was late in the afternoon on the Saturday of February Drill, and Major Clint Reed of the 265th Combat Communications Squadron was just leaving his office. The Mount Desert Island native had hung around a little late to go over some details with his officers, but was anxious to be headed south towards his family’s home in Kittery. “I decided, after talking with my family, that we would all meet at a restaurant in Kittery near our home to grab some dinner,” Reed said, leaning back in his chair. Reed’s family had arrived at the restaurant just before him, and when they saw him drive up, they headed inside to get a table. “I parked my car and started walking up,” Reed said. “As

Major Clint Reed of the 265th Combat Communications Squadron made the Maine Air National Guard proud in performing CPR on a woman in Kittery last weekend.

I walked past the small bakery that’s directly beside the restaurant, a woman comes out and says, ‘Does anyone know CPR?’” Reed quickened his pace and covered the 30-40 yards to

the bakery only to find an elderly woman lying prostrate on the ground just inside the door of the bakery. Reed carefully entered the bakery and a bystander told him that the woman had simply dropped to the ground very suddenly. The bystander was seated on the floor next to the victim, holding her hand. “I asked her how long [the victim] had been down, “Reed recalls. “She told me it had only been a minute or two, but I could almost immediately see that [the victim] was not breathing and I was unable to locate a pulse.” Amongst the bystanders was a woman who identified herself as the victim’s daughter, and Reed quickly motioned for her and the rest of those assemSee REED page 20...

Five-O to Host Dinner Benefiting Childhood Hunger OGUNQUIT On Thursday, March 20, three celebrated area chefs will host a dinner at Five-O Shore Road Restaurant in Ogunquit to

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help raise funds to end childhood hunger. Featuring chef James Walter of Five-O, James Beard Awardwinning chef Rob Evans of Duckfat, and chef Derek Bissonette from the White Barn Inn, all proceeds raised from the evening will support Share Our Strength’s efforts to end childhood hunger in America. The event will include a cocktail reception, an auction and a multi-course dinner developed and prepared by Walter, Evans and Bissonette. This evening marks the first time the three chefs have collaborated exclusively on a dinner. “Rob was instrumental in launching Share Our Strength’s efforts in Maine nine years ago,” said John Woods, who coordinates Share Our Strength’s activities in Maine. “We are so very grateful for these three talented chefs to come and share their time and talent to help raise funds that will be used to connect children across Maine struggling with hunger with the nutritious food they need.”

“Dining at Five-O, Duckfat or The White Barn Inn is a singular experience. To have all three chefs together in the same kitchen on the same night will be something special,” noted Five-O President Jeff Porter. One in five children in this country struggles with hunger, including more than 62,000 kids in Maine. However this is a solvable problem. Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign is ending childhood hunger in this nation by ensuring all kids get the healthy food they need every day by connecting them to nutrition programs like school breakfast and summer meals and by teaching families how to cook healthy, affordable meals at home. “In a nation as rich as ours there is no place for childhood

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Scott Landis and his Honduran colleague, Yadira Molina (holding check), receive Yale Innovation Prize from Peter Pinchot (center) and Tim Northrop (far right) of Yale. Conference chairs, Matt Bare and Desirée Lopes, are at left.

Nonprofit Wins First Innovation Prize at Yale School of Forestry SOUTH BERWICK An innovative nonprofit founded by a South Berwick man has been recognized with a prestigious first-time award from Yale University for its successful work protecting tropical forests while creating an income for threatened rural communities in Central and South America. GreenWood, founded by South Berwick resident Scott Landis, and its Honduran counterpart, Fundación Madera Verde, received the first-ever Innovation Prize from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Landis also founded Madera Verde, but it

is now an independent Honduran nonprofit. The $5,000 prize was awarded by an international panel of judges based on a joint presentation by the two partners at the 20th Annual International Society of Tropical Foresters Conference, held Jan. 30 to Feb. 1 at Yale. The Yale prize recognizes GreenWood’s development of a “Green Broker Network” - a unique, entrepreneurial approach to forest conservation that cultivates sustainable business relationships between rural forest producers in Central and South America

hunger. Here in Maine we rank first in New England for childhood food insecurity. A child that goes to school hungry does not reach his/her full potential. When that happens we all lose. As business people and concerned citizens, it is our duty to do our part to make sure kids get a better

start. That is why we are honored to host Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry event” says Donato Tramuto, Chairman of the Board of Prego, LLC, the holding company for the Five-O Restaurant. Sponsors of Share Our Strength’s work in Maine include numerous local businesses like Hannaford Supermarkets, Power Pay and the Bill Dodge Auto Group. “I am constantly amazed to see the selflessness of our volunteers, sponsors, participating res-

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Birthday” to Guptill, giving him a standing ovation. “Bob has lived an amazing life, and turning 100, especially with mind and body in good health, is an amazing gift,” said Pastor Skip Smith. “In a world that rushes and sifts away time, it is a blessing to stop and take stock of the time God has blessed us with. And it is a blessing for us to have Bob remind us of that

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ KAA Announces Feb. Gallery, Summer Shows taking place on Feb. 23 from 4 to 6 p.m. The wonder of each and every show at the KAA Gallery (8 Coleman Ave., in Kittery Point) is the question of what the artists will come up with for each new theme. “Interiors” will run from Feb. 22 through March 16. Coming up this summer, the Gallery will be open on Fridays instead of Thursdays to give friends and tourists visiting the Seacoast area an opportunity to participate in opening receptions which will take place on June 6, July 4, Aug. 1 and Aug. 29. During these times guests will have a chance to see the new artwork, talk with the artists and share in the food and refreshments. During the summer months, themes will include: “Art In Bloom” (June 6 – 29), “Slow Food” (July 4 – 27), “Re-

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February Wine Tasting

The Clown in York will host a wine tasting on Feb. 14 between 5 and 8 p.m. The spotlight is on exciting, budget-friendly wines. The tasting is free. FMI: call 207-351-3063.

Saturday, Feb. 15 Wonder Brook/Murphy Preserve Hike

The Kittery Lions Club will hold a benefit breakfast for Canine Companions for Independence on Feb. 15 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. The menu will include pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausages, toast, orange juice, milk and coffee. The cost for the breakfast is $7 for adults and $3 for children. FMI: call 207439-3378.

Snowshoe Walk

On Saturday, Feb. 15 from 1 to 3 p.m., Tom McClain will host snowshoers and hikers at Wonder Brook/Murphy Preserve. The trek will tour the treasury of beauty at the in-town property and the group will visit the banks of the Kennebunk River. Participants will meet at the trailhead at the end of Plummer Lane in Kennebunk at 1 p.m. FMI: call 207-985-8734.

Service Dog Benefit

All are invited to join wildlife biologists and foresters as they explore the trails at Highland Farm Preserve in York on Feb. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon. Learn how shrubby, wooded areas give many small mammals, birds and other wildlife species safe places to hide, eat, nest and raise their young. Attendees will also encounter many signs of wildlife and learn to identify habitat types. The event is sponsored by York Land Trust and reservations are

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On Feb. 15 at 2 p.m., Howard Bloom, International Sports Management expert and publisher of SportsBusinessNews.com, will be at Kittery Estates to discuss the social, political and athletic events that make up this year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi. FMI: call 207361-7475.

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The Trailblazers Club in Wells will be holding their monthly all-youcan-eat bean supper from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The dinner offers three kinds of beans, coleslaw, homemade bread, ham, hot dogs, chili, American chop suey, dessert and coffee. The price of the supper is $7 for adults and $3 for children ages eight and up. Beer, wine, cocktails and soda are also offered at an additional charge. FMI: call 207646-6030.

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Bluegrass Jam Session

The First Parish Congregational Church in York will host their third Sunday Bluegrass Jam Session on Feb. 16 from 1 to 4 p.m. The jam is open to all level musicians and audience members are welcome to come. The concert is free and unplugged instruments are requested. FMI: call 207-363-8371.

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The Museum of Old York will be sponsoring a February Vacation camp for children ages six to 12 on Feb. 18 through Feb. 20 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The program, “York Sails the Seas,”will give children the chance to play games, make sailor stuff and have fun. Registration is $70 for non-members and $65 for members. FMI: call 207-363-4974.

Wednesday, Feb. 19 Business Before Hours

The Kennebunk-KennebunkportArundel Chamber of Commerce will host Business Before Hours and a presentation called “Simple Strategies for Email Marketing” on Feb. 19 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. The information seminar will be presented by Nathan O’Lear, owner of Mainely SEO, and will show how email marketing will help drive you business success. Registration is limited to 20 attendees, so register soon. The cost of the event is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. FMI: call 207-967-0857.

Thursday, Feb. 20 Ocean Cooking Demonstration

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D.A. Hurd Library Needle Felting Workshop

Beva Meagher is returning to the library for a needle felting workshop at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 22. During the hands-non workshop, Meagher will guide everyone in the crafting of a needle felted barn owl. The class is limited to 12 participants, so pre-registration is required by Feb. 18 and a $5 deposit for a $15 kit is due at registration. FMI: call 207-676-2215.

“Sharing the Love”

The D.A. Hurd Library is “Sharing the Love” during the month of February with their friends at the New Covenant Food Pantry. The library will forgive overdue fines in exchange for a donation of pet food or supplies. The library will give the donated items to the food pantry at the end of the month. The library is asking that the donation reflect the amount of fines. FMI: call 207-676-2215.

Outreach Hours

The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows will be on Feb. 19 at 2 p.m. The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Feb. 26 at 2 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents upon request. FMI: call 207-676-2215.

Kennebunk Free Library The Kennebunk Free Librar y LEGOs Club will meet at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 25. Children ages six and older are invited to join in to create a “Creature.” Preregistration is required. FMI: call 207-985-2173 ext. 5.

Family Yoga

On Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 1:30 p.m., a Family Yoga Class will be offered at KFL. Children ages four and up are invited to bring an adult and join Ms. Susan at the library for 45 minutes of fun. Please bring a mat if you have one, and a blanket for Resting Pose. Pre-registration and a waiver are required. FMI: call 207-985-2173 ext. 5.

Cosplay Workshop

A Cosplay workshop for students in grades six through 12 will be held on Feb. 20 at 3:30 p.m. Cosplay is the art of wearing costumes to portray characters from anime, manga or graphic novels. The workshop will include information on attending anime conventions such as PortCon in Portland. Pre-registration is required. FMI: call 207-985-2173 ext. 5.

Computer Workshop

Ever wonder what’s inside a computer tower? Students in grades six through eight are invited to find out when Ralph O’Brien from Customized Computer Designs visits the library on Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. Students will open up computers and discover the major components inside. Pre-registration is required. FMI: call 207-985-2173 ext. 5.

Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library TWEEN/TEEN Movie Night

The Graves Library will show “Despicable Me 2” at 6 p.m. on Feb. 18 for children ages 12 and up. No pre-registration is necessary. FMI: call 207-9 67-2778.

Watercolor Wednesday

On Feb. 19 from 3 to 4 p.m., the Graves Library will host Watercolor Wednesday with artist Heidi

“Winter Beach Bash”

Children ages five and up are invited to celebrate in the library’s “Winter Beach Bash” on Feb. 20 from 1 to 2 p.m. Attendees are invited to bring their favorite beach towel and warm up with some stories, games, shell crafts and snacks. Pre-registration is required. FMI: call 207-967-2778.

AARP Tax-Aide Program

Volunteer tax preparers in the A ARP Ta x-Aide Program will provide free tax filing assistance on Individual and Joint returns at the Louis T. Graves Library every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. No appointment is necessary. Please bring all appropriate documents for filings. FMI: call 207-9 67-2778.

Wells Public Library B.J. Hickman Performance

The Wells Public Library is presenting a performance by magician B.J. Hickman on Feb. 19 at 10:30 a.m. Hickman entertains family audiences with comedic magic, dazzling deceptions and mind-reading miracles. The event is free and no registration is required. FMI: call 207-646-8181.

Reclaimed Inventions

Use your creativity to invent a robot, design a building, make a toy car and more. Using recycled materials, a little clue, and maybe some glow-in-the-dark duct take, the sky is the limit. Join at the Wells Public Library on Feb. 19 around noon. All ages are welcome. The event is free and no registration is required. FMI: call 207-646-8181.

Library Hosts Mystery Writers Panel YORK York Reads! One Book, One Community has selected Dashiell Hammett’s “The Maltese Falcon” for its 10th annual community reads program. York Public Library is pleased to announce the first proTrain” on Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. The documentary film narrated by Matt Damon documents the life of Howard Zinn, a historian, activist and author of “A People’s History of the United States.” FMI: call 207-363-2818.

Poetry Evening

On Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m., bring either your own or favorite poems from someone else to share. The prompt for the February Poetry Evening is “rainbow.” The topic is open for interpretation. Readings from poetry books are welcome. Readings are in a round-table format and are facilitated by Priscilla Cookson. FMI: call 207-363-2818.

“Enough Said”

On Sunday, Feb. 23, the York Public Library will show “Enough Said” at 3 p.m. Divorced mom (Julia Louis-Dreyfuss) falls for sweet and funny Albert (James Gandolfini), but when she realizes that he is her new friend’s “horrible” ex-husband, she begins to question her feelings. The film is a heartwarming comedy. It is rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content, violence, language and partial nudity. FMI: call 207-3632818.

gram of the 2014 York Reads will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. Four Maine authors will gather at the library to discuss the craft of writing mysteries, where their inspiration comes from, and how they develop their plots and characters. Please join us in welcoming authors, Gerry Boyle, James Hayman, Al Lamanda, and Lea Wait. Gerry Boyle is a former newspaper reporter and columnist turned crime novelist. He is the author of a dozen books spread across two series: the “Jack McMorrow” series, about a former New York Times reporter transplanted to rural Waldo County, and the “Brandon Blake” series, about a young boat bum turned cop who lives and works in Portland. Boyle lives in a very small town in central Maine, where he and his wife Mary raised their family. James Hayman is a transplanted New Yorker. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Manhattan, he spent more than 20 years writing TV advertising for clients like The U.S. Army, Lincoln-Mercury and Procter & Gamble. He moved to Portland in 2001. Four years later he decided to scratch a lifelong itch to write fiction and began working on his first suspense thriller fea-

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BUSINESS & FINANCE Catch Up on Retirement Savings

The virtues of saving for retirement are extolled from the moment young men and women begin their professional careers. Such advice is sound, and though retirement is a long way off from the start of one’s career, those professionals who heed these words of wisdom and start saving early are bound to benefit down the road. But even the best advice can fall on deaf ears from time to time, and many people simply don’t save enough for retirement. A 2013 survey

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WELLS When most regular readers of this space were in high school, the term “financial literacy” was an alien phrase - something for those who enjoyed accounting or bookkeeping. Usually these were the “brainiacs” who felt comfortable with such terms as cash flow, income streams and investment set asides. In other words, it was seldom, if ever, a term bandied around athletic environments such as locker rooms and practice fields. But as the legendary musician Bob Dylan often sings “…for the times they are achangin’.” The focus these days is on investment, investment, investment. That usually requires professional assistance from a financial counseling firm, and finding the right group can be costly without some basic knowledge as to

how the firm conducts its business. Some investment counseling firms are quick hitters: get a fat commission and sign out. The stories of how life savings have been flushed down the drain are hair raising. There are suitcase shamans who are not interested in community awareness or improvement. They want the money so they can run, because, in many cases, they are not really interested in anyone’s future but their own. This is why the husband and wife team at Nvest fills a yawning need: providing the ABCs of financial literacy at Wells High School. George Raftopoulos, to avoid possible political overtones, works his contribution into the regular accounting classes at Wells. Despite this contribution and the recognition of the unenforceable obligations of citizenship, the husband/partner Raftopoulos, teaches twice-weekly

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our region to know there are top of the line professionals such as Nvest willing and able to donate time, energy and even ignore income possibilities, to give Wells seniors a solid grounding in financial literacy. But volunteer teaching is not the sum of Raftopoulos’ contributions to the community. He serves the Planning Board and is a prominent Wells Rotarian. All of his involvement in financial literacy grows out of the fertile mind of BSB Branch Manager, Rhonda Hebert. She shares teaching assignments with Raftopoulos, and, as the

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BUSINESS & FINANCE Don’t Lose When Leasing

Leasing instead of buying a vehicle has its benefits. Drivers who lease often cite the fun of getting a new car every few years and the peace of mind of knowing they won’t have to deal with costly repairs associated with older vehicles as two of the best reasons to lease a vehicle. While leases make practical sense for many drivers, the leasing process can be tricky to navigate. The following are a few things drivers should know about leasing before signing a new agreement. Avoid high down payments. Though many drivers are attracted to leasing because the monthly payments are typically much less expensive than they would if drivers financed a vehicle, such drivers should know that those low monthly payments are often accompanied by hefty down payments, sometimes as much as several thousand dollars at the time the lease is signed.

But such hefty down payments can prove problematic if the car is damaged or stolen. In such instances, the insurance company is likely to reimburse the leasing agency for the value of the car, but not the driver. So the driver might be out his or her down payment and be left without a car. That’s why it’s beneficial for men and women leasing a vehicle to keep their down payments to a minimum, and ideally make no down payment at all. This will increase your monthly payment, but you will have the peace of mind of knowing you won’t be out several thousand dollars should the car be wrecked or stolen during the lease. Purchase gap insurance. Another financial concern for lessees is what happens if the car is totaled or stolen. In such instances, the insurance company will reimburse the leasing agent for the value of the car at the time of the accident or theft, but drivers might still be on the hook for the total obligation of

the lease. That means the value reimbursed to the leasing company will be subtracted from the remaining balance on the lease, and drivers will still be responsible for paying the difference. The only way drivers can protect themselves in such instances is to purchase gap insurance, which will cover the difference should the car be wrecked or stolen. Some leasing contracts already include gap insurance, but drivers should confirm this before signing the agreement. Buy extra miles in advance. Leases come with mileage restrictions, and an agreement that comes with an especially low monthly payment will often stipulate that drivers cannot exceed 12,000 miles per year over the life of the lease. If you exceed that limit, the agreement might charge you as much as 25 cents per mile over the limit, which can add up to a considerable amount of money depending on how many miles over that limit you go. If you know you are likely to exceed 12,000 miles

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Angie with son Tyler; born May 8, 2013

SMHC’s Birthing Suite is a dreamy space with all private cottage-style suites and clinical specialists with warm hearts, big smiles and the reassuring expertise you want. To enjoy SMHC’s Birthing Suite, choose an SMHC physician! Visit birthingsuite.org or call 283-7350 to schedule a private tour.


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For your next emergency, expect high level care with a hometown feel. Your emergency is our life’s work. Our team of board certified emergency physicians is dedicated to caring for your every concern, your every worry, your every emergency. We’re here when you need us, every time. Now we offer emergency care in York AND Wells.

We also know the value of centering care around our patients needs. Here you’ll find private rooms for every patient; comfortable surroundings and special amenities for you and your family; and services to ensure your visit is as quick as you want it to be.

Our emergency physicians and nurses work with an experienced team of primary care providers, specialists, surgeons and staff to provide you with optimal care. And, connections with tertiary-level hospitals in Boston and Portland offer immediate access to experts when your needs are more specialized.

YORK HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CARE open 24/7 and WELLS EMERGENCY CARE at York Hospital in Wells open 7 days, 8a-7p. Visit www.yorkhospital.com/emergency for more information, current availability and physician profiles.

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of tobacco sale laws is a vital component in combating underage tobacco use. Underage tobacco use is a public health concern in Maine - one in five Maine high school students’ use tobacco products and many start as young as age 12 or 13. NO BUTS! enhances Maine’s efforts to enforce tobacco sales laws in two ways: by giving retailers the tools they need to avoid selling tobacco to minors, and rewarding the majority of Maine retailers who are already doing a good job. Participating stores proudly display a NO BUTS! decal on their store doors to let community members know they do not sell tobacco to minors. Both Spillers’ Farm Store and Allard’s Market are actively working to keep our youth healthy through participating in this program. Choose To Be Healthy is a community health coalition in Southern York County. Coalition members and partners work to create a culture of health living. The coalition supports policies and community changes that promote tobacco and drug free environments, eating well and active living. Funding comes from the federal Drug Free Communities program, the Maine State Healthy Maine Partnership initiative, and the Maine Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services. Additional support comes from York Hospital and local and state grants. For more information, contact Lynne Hatch at the Choose To Be Healthy Coalition at lhatch2@yorkhospital. com or 207-351-2656, or visit www.ctbh.org.


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~ News ~

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~ Where To Dine ~

What’s Happening?

Valentine’s Weekend

Go back to the 80’s Game Night Tuesdays

Join Charlotte & Tom ~ 4PM-Close

www.beachmereinn.com

Special Entrées $8.00

OPEN FOR LUNCH DAILY PRIME RIB FRIDAYS

Three Course Prime Rib Dinner ~ Every Friday $24.95

(Except Wednesday)

You gotta eat somewhere. . . Located on the Beautiful Marginal Way

Bloody Mary Bar every Saturday and Sunday 12-4

Also ~ Catch of the Day Drinks by the Fire Pit 5PM-8PM

Saturday, February 15th & February 22nd

Acoustic Sounds of Nathaniel Noton-Freeman – 5PM-8PM

Valentine’s Dinner Friday, February 14th

$85.00 /Couple ~ 5:00PM-9:30PM

Sunday Brunch

Sunday, February 16th

$55.00/Couple ~ 11AM-1PM

Prices do not include Maine Food and Beverage Tax or Gratuity. Call for reservations.

62 Beachmere Place, Ogunquit Maine 03907 • 207-646-2021 • FAX: (207) 646-2231

Fish Market & Restaurant 855 US Route 1, York, ME

351-8100

Call ahead for take-out and be sure to ask about our other specials! Thursday-Saturday ~ Breakfast 6:30-11 a.m. & Lunch/Dinner until 7:30 p.m. Sunday ~ Breakfast 6:30-11 a.m. & Lunch until 3 p.m.

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Valentine’s Day Weekend Special $26.95

Choose any two entrees below for just $26.95 + tax for the pair. Each entrée includes a small salad, potato, vegetable & blueberry cobbler.

Ocean-Fresh Baked Haddock Grilled Fresh Swordfish Sliced Roasted Chicken Fried Native Shrimp Dinner

646-3355

oshua’s

Restaurant in Wells

Open 5pm Seven Days

www.joshuas.biz

Roost Cafe & Bistro VALENTINE’S WEEKEND MENU

In addition to our regular menu, we will also be offering these wonderful entrees for Valentine diners on Friday the 14th and Saturday the 15th. APPETIZERS Grilled Endive and Radicchio Salad: with spiced walnut and pecans, smoky crumbles, gorgonzola cheese, pomegranate seeds, pumpernickel croutons and honey vinaigrette ENTREES Pan Seared Diver Scallops: wild mushroom risotto, crispy pancetta wheel and shaved parmesan Seared Duck Breast with exotic rice stir-fry, pickled chili slaw, hibiscus cherry sauce 3 Wave Surf &Turf: 3 petit steaks, 1st w/ Lobstah Buttah, 2nd w/ Crab Hollandaise, 3rd w/ Spicy Shrimp Relish, on thick cut roasted potato and roasted asparagus DESSERTS Swans In Love: Profiterole Swans filled with vanilla cream, swimming on a heart-shaped pond of white chocolate and deep raspberry sauce Damn You Chocolate: a decadent chocolate torte of several layers of cake, mousse, ganache, wafers and some little “twists” thrown in (for serious chocoholics on a chocolate holiday)

Next Ports of Call Itinerary for Wednesdays Around the World Food Adventure: Middle East 2/19 Italy & Mediterranean 2/26 • Spain & Portugal 3/5 207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266 • www.roostcafeandbistro.com 262 Shore Road, Ogunquit - We have plenty of parking!

Dine

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Menu • 6pm La Carte A Plus 6, 23 ary 1 Febru atinee M Sun. • Tix $15 Menu m p 2 Carte A La Plus

with Y NANC DAY

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Locally with your

Valentine

2 Miles West of Ogunquit

220 Clay Hill Rd • Cape Neddick

Reservations Recommended • 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com


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~ Where To Dine ~

Pizza Napoli 7 Days A Week, All Year Round Mon-Thur 4:30-9:30 PM, Fri-Sun 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM

Ogunquit’s Only Fresh-Topping Brick-Oven Pizzeria

207-646-0303 • 667 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT • PIZZANAPOLIOGUNQUIT.COM

Pick-Up Specials FREE Antipasto

when you buy 2 Large Pizzas

FREE Topping

when you buy 1 Large Pizza MUST PRESENT COUPON

- Monday -

Create Your Own Pasta Night $16 An innovative dining experience where you choose your own pasta and sauce! Select from 8 different pastas and 12 different sauces, served with salad and Italian bread. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends **Add Chicken $5, Shrimp $8, Sauteed Fresh Veggies $3

Full Bar & Happy Hour Daily __________ Free Delivery

Dine-In Specials

Fri - Sat - Sun Lunch Special

Dinner For 2 $19.99 Large 1-Topping Napoli Pizza & 2 House Salads

Dinner For 2 $27.99

Large 1-Topping Napoli Pizza, 2 House Salads & 2 Glasses of Wine

$7.99

1 Topping Flatbread Pizza & Salad

Angelina’s Ristorante & Wine Bar

BRINGING ITALY TO OGUNQUIT • 7 NIGHTS A WEEK 655 Main St, Ogunquit, ME • www.angelinasogunquit.com Reservations Suggested • 207.646.0445 Casual fine dining at affordable prices year round 4:30 until 10 pm

- Tuesday -

Pasta É Basta $18 A glass of Italian Red or White Wine,Tuscan Soup or Salad and choose one of 9 Special Pasta Dishes! *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

In keeping with our custom, we are closed for the month of March. Our last night is February 23rd. We reopen April 3rd. You can order many of the same great Italian dinners at our sister restaurant

Pizza Napoli – Brick Oven Pizzeria, Italian Kitchen & Bar

- Wednesday & Sunday -

3 Course Dinner $21

Angelina’s “Community Night” 6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

which is always open 7 days a week. Our popular “Mangia Thursday” will continue over there as well on Thursday nights with 15 entrées to choose from and includes a salad for $9.99

NAPOLI – MANGIA (EAT) THURSDAYS

Eggplant Parmesan with Pasta Homemade Meatball with Pasta Homemade Cheese Lasagna Chicken, Broccoli, Alfredo with Pasta Chicken Broccoli, Garlic Oil with Pasta Pasta Puttanesca Baked Penne Pasta Homemade Meatball Sub

Chicken Parmesan with Pasta Pasta Bolognese (Meat Sauce) Pasta with Our Own Pesto Sauce Chicken Puttanesca with Pasta Pasta with Alfredo Sauce Cheese Ravioli Personal One-topping Pizza Pasta Primavera

Last 2014 Winter Wine Dinner 6 pm, February 21 • Amore Dinner

- Thursday -

Personal Wine Dinner $60 per couple 3 Course Dinner with 6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert. Includes a Bottle of Wine of your choice. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

$65

1st Course - Warm Shrimp Crostada 2nd Course - David’s Lentil Soup 3rd Course - Homemade Fettuccini, Shrimp, Roasted Red Pepper Pesto Cream 4th Course - Prime Pork Delmonico, Wild Mushroom Saute, Risotto 5th Course - Ricotta Cheesecake, Balsamic Strawberries Each Course is paired with Wine per person (plus tax and gratuity)

We can substitute 3rd and 4th courses with prior notice.


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Dining Guide The

Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

Join us

Sunday through Thursday January, February and March for

Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant!

Winter Comfort

Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com

Dinner Specials from $12-16

SUNDAY NIGHT SERENITY

OUR 40th

The Acoustic Community Cafe

YEAR

GUEST PERFORMER:

RICK WATSON!

Sunday, Feb. 16 5:30pm in the lounge

HEARTY WINTER SPECIALS FOR LUNCH AND DINNER _______________ COCKTAIL BAR

PRIME RIB &

POPOVER $19.95

_____________________________

646-8467 • Rt 1 North, Wells • bullnclaw.com OPEN DAILY LUNCH AND DINNER FROM 11AM BREAKFAST BUFFET SUNDAY 8AM-11AM

GORGES GRANT HOTEL 449 Main Street Ogunquit

646-1733 raspberris@ogunquit.com Major Credit Cards Smoke Free

OPEN YEAR ROUND

Serving Breakfast Daily 7-11 • Saturday & Sunday 7-12

“Ogunquit’s Best Kept Secret”

Your Check

SPECIALS FROM $6

February Specials

•••• Featuring Signature Drinks: Chocolate Covered Cherry The Nubble Light Passionate Romance The Perkins Cove Lover’s Cocktail for Two The Wells Jetty Steamy Martini Grey Goose Cosmos Tropical Passion Giant Cocktails for Two Winter Rendezvous

20% OFF

SMALL PLATES &

With this coupon. Monday-Saturday. Expires 2/21/14. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)

Dine

220 Clay Hill Rd. Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com

Locally with your

Valentine

Artisanal Pizza & Craft Beer

THURSDAY NIGHT

WINE DINNER FOR TWO includes: • a bottle of wine • chef’s selection of fresh meats and cheeses • two entrees

$45.00

*tax and gratuity not included,cannot be combined with any other deal, dine in only

MONDAYS & THURSDAYS all pizzas 1/2 price *dine-in only

207.646.4118 228 Main St., Ogunquit, ME • cornerstoneogt.com


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Dine Locally

Happy Hearts valentine’s dinner Friday, February 14th Enjoy a memorable Valentine’s Dinner in our relaxed and intimate setting. A prix fixe menu and à la carte selections will be offered. reservations are recommended.

with your Valentine

42 Main Street North Berwick, Maine

sunday Brunch Served 10am-2pm. sunday night trivia Starts at 6pm. Monday night Five-O Public supper Select entrées are $9.50. winter clOsing We will be closed Tuesday, February18th until we re-open on Friday, March 14th.

A Contemporary American Bistro

207-676-1185

&

Open Seven Days 6 am to 1 pm

M a r t i n i

l O u n g e

Monday-Thursday Special

10% OFF

BREAKFAST & LUNCH

Open Friday-Monday at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com

ANY MEAL

275C - Feb. 14, 2014 LOCATED SIDE BY SIDE IN DOWNTOWN SO. BERWICK MAINE

ISIDORE ON THE ROCKS

ON THE BLOCK BISTRO

18 PORTLAND ST, SO. BERWICK, ME • (207) 704-0199

12 PORTLAND ST, SO. BERWICK, ME • (207) 704-0532

GREAT FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE

DELI MEATS prepared in house as well as our ARTISANAL BREADS, take home meals, GREAT WINES & CRAFT BEER

Open 3-Close Monday-Saturday, Noon-Close Sunday isidoreontherocks@yahoo.com

Open 11-7 Seven Days ontheblockbistro@yahoo.com

Out To Sea Specials, Soup, Salad, Lite Bites Sandwiches, Entrees & Flatbreads

SPECIAL

HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL

4-6pm Sunday-Thursday: Half

Off Appetizers!

Happy Valentine’s! Come and enjoy our regular menus for Valentine’s weekend. Reservations recommended!

Winter Warm Me Up Specials ~ Thursdays

Choice of 5 Delicious Entrees 99 for only $

RTE 1, 335 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207-646-3111 • BINTLIFFSOGUNQUIT.COM

13

Sandwich, Chips, Pickle & Soda for $9.99

Named 2010

r of Restaurateu r the Yea staurant Re by the Maine Association

Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

tax and tip not included

Breakfast/Lunch Sat & Sun 8am-2:30pm • Dinner Thur-Sat 5:30pm-Close

NOW OPEN!

Brewster’s DRAFT HOUSE

2 Main Street, Somersworth, NH / 603-841-7290 facebook.com/brewstersdrafthouse

Affordable Home Cooking Serving Breakfast Anytime Something For Everyone Extremely Fast & Friendly Service Consistently Great Comfort Food

Over 50 Items

Under $10

Celebrating 30 Years in Business Visit us online: www.mainediner.com

Open 7 Days • Route 1 North, Wells • 646-4441


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Dining Guide

BREAKFAST BRUNCH LUNCH DINNER Live Music

LIVE MUSIC on the

Dennis Crow on weekends! Piano for Dinner Fletcher Jazz Duo for Sunday Brunch Live Music

Open Daily

on the weekends!

OPEN

BREAKFAST Valentine's Day LUNCH Weekend & President’s DINNER Open Daily

Day

Happy Valentine's Day!

BREAKFAST Friday, Feb 14, 4:30-8:30pm LUNCH Saturday, Feb 15, 8am-2pm DINNER andBar 4:30-8:30pm Piano ~ Fri & Sat

SundaySunday, BrunchFeb with16, Fletcher Jazz Duo 8am-2pm Monday, Feb 17 Special Events 8am-2pm Birthdays, Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, Bridal BarBrunch, ~ Fri &Family Sat Reunions and Baby Showers,Piano Wedding Packages with oceanfront hotel accommodations available Sunday Brunch with Fletcher Jazzare Duo

The Old Village inn

OPEN YEAR ROUND

Winter Hours: Friday & Saturday, Dinner 4:30pm to Closing Special Events NOW OPEN YEAR ROUND! Saturday & Sunday, Breakfast 8am to 2pm Birthdays, Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, Bridal Lunch/Brunch 11am to 2pm and Baby Showers, Wedding Brunch, Family Reunions

www.thewildblueberryrestaurant.com Special Events: Birthdays, Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, NOW207-646-0990 OPEN YEAR ROUND!

No reservations required for Breakfast/Lunch/Brunch Packages withDinner oceanfront hotel accommodations are available reservations are recommended

Bridal and Baby Wedding Brunch, Family Reunions 82Showers, Shore Road, Ogunquit

www.thewildblueberryrestaurant.com 207-646-0990 82 Shore Road, Ogunquit

______

“A New England Tradition since 1833”

Dine

Open 7 Days Year Round, Serving...

Dinner All Week at 5:30pm Pub All Week at 4pm

Locally

Warm Hospitality, Easy Comfort, Food & Spirits

with your

______

Valentine

250 Main St, Ogunquit (207) 646-7088 www.theoldvillageinn.net

PLEASE PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING

WARREN’S LOBSTER HOUSE

WWW.LOBSTERHOUSE.COM • RTE 1, KITTERY, ME • (207) 439-1630

THE

OUR INCREDIBLE DOLLAR MENU IS BACK

ORDER THE DINNER SALAD BAR FOR $11 AND GET ANY OF THE FOLLOWING APPETIZERS, ENTREES, DESSERTS OR COCKTAILS FOR JUST

BARN

Cocktails:

seafood and GriLL

ONE DOLLAR!*

Lobster barn

(Limit 2 Per Person - No Exceptions)

The Fresh Lemon Drop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Bloody Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Narragansett Lager (pint) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Warren’s Sangria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1

Appetizers:

Cup of Creamy Clam Chowder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Panko Fried Chicken Tenders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Bacon & Cheddar Skins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1

Entrees:

Mrs. Warren’s Baked Seafood Combo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Coconut Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Fried Chicken with Beer-battered Fries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Lobster Stew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Baked Stuffed Haddock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Grilled Lobster Flatbread . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Roast Turkey Dinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1

Desserts:

Warm Bread Pudding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The K.I.S.S. Sundae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L.L. Bean Muddy Boots Ice Cream . . . . . . Grapenut Custard Pudding . . . . . . . . . . . . . (WS)

$1 $1 $1 $1

VALENTINE’S DA Y FRIDAY, FEB. 14 CALL NOW TO RESERVE!

*Each person must purchase the dinner salad bar for $11 to order from the dollar menu . No sharing permitted . Limit 2 persons per coupon . One “entrée” may be ordered for every dinner salad bar purchased . You must present coupon before ordering . Coupon only valid at time of purchase . Tax not included . Not good with any other offer, coupon, discount, or group packages . Maximum 3 coupons per table/group . Not valid on take-out . No cash value . Expires 2/28/14

Family Dining

Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood for more than 47 years

HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET Country Fried Chicken, Baked Stuffed Haddock, Baked Ham 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wed-Sat 11-8 & Sun 11-3 SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

Not Just Seafood

Something for Everyone:

Endless Salad • Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster • Seafood Prime Rib • Steaks • Chicken • Burgers Pasta • Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts • Children’s Menu _____________________ Hours: Wed.-Fri. 4-9pm, Sat. 12-9pm, Sun. 12-8pm (Closed Mon.-Tues.) Lighter Fare Available: Fri.-Sat. in the Bar ‘til 10pm

OPEN 1000 Route 1 ALL York, Me 03909 YEAR 1-207-363-4721 www.TheLobsterBarn.com _____________________

SPECIALS

~ Starters ~ • P.E.I. Mussels (1-1/4 lb) ...... $2.50 (dine-in only)

• Popcorn Shrimp.................. $5.99 • Crab Stuffed Mushrooms(5) $7.99 • Flatbread Pizza................. $7.99 BBQ Chicken, Shrimp Scampi, Philly Cheese Steak

~ Entrées ~

(Served All Day - Changes Daily)

• Twin 1 lb Lobster Dinner..$23.99 (dine-in only / served to one person)

• All You Can Eat Haddock $15.99 Broiled or Fried (extras may vary in size)

• Prime Rib Bomb .................. $9.99

Wednesdays & Thursdays

Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese • Steak Tip Bomb................... $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese

Excluding Specials, Discounts & Dining Packages Dine-in Only / No Sharing A Dinner 15% Grat. will be added to full amount of check

* Add Lobster Newburg Sauce to Any Entrée for $1.50 *

$5 Off Any Dinner Entrée

• Homemade Baked Mac-N-Cheese ......................... $10.99


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~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, What is the big deal about Windows 8? They’re always coming out with new versions. What is so different (and awful) about this one? Everybody I know just groans and rolls their eyes when it is mentioned, and says stay away from it as long as you can. I’ve adapted to every one that came along, so why is this one so bad? Thanks, Nancy Dear Nancy, The big difference with Windows 8 is that instead of a start menu, there is now a start screen with tiles. It looks more like the screen on a windows phone. Since this new interface is optimized for a touch screen, it often feels awkward when trying to navigate with a mouse. I personally don’t think there is anything awful about this version of Windows, it is just different, and it is part of human nature to dislike change. The good news is that Windows 8 can be customized to look and act like earlier versions of Windows. This gives you the user interface that you are used to, while retaining the updated security of the new operating system. I have customized quite a few Windows 8 computers recently, and everyone seems to be happy with

it. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, When I purchased my PC, it came with iTunes installed. I continually get update notices regarding this program and I always allow the update. I notice that this program takes up a lot of space. Do I really need it? I don’t listen to music on my PC, and if I did, are there other programs that would take the place of iTunes? Thank you so much for your help, Ron Dear Ron, iTunes is the program you would use to sync an iDevice (like an iPhone, iPod, or iPad) with your computer. You can use it to transfer music, pictures and other files to your iDevice. If you don’t have one of those apple devices, then you don’t need to have iTunes installed on your computer. Your computer probably has windows media player installed, and you can use that to listen to music on your PC. Elizabeth Hi Computer Lady, I have Windows 7 and had downloaded Quicken Deluxe 2008. After a computer crash, Windows 7 was restored along with

the Quicken files, but I could not reload the software program and therefore was not able to access my Quicken files. Now I need to know which Quicken Software program to buy for home use so it will allow me to access and update my old files. I had tried Quicken Starter, but could never unlock the program or download it to get it started and sent it back. Hopefully you have an answer for me. Many thanks, L. Walker Dear L, The “Starter” version of Quicken is only for those who want to start a new file. It does not include the capability of opening an existing Quicken file, which is probably why you were unable to get it to work on your files. There are several versions of Quicken available that will allow you to access and update your old files. Quicken Deluxe, Quicken Home & Business, and Quicken Premier would all work for you. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have new Windows 8 computer. Can I install Microsoft Office 7 or 10 on my computer? The new Office is good for one year, while older versions are good for the life of the computer and expensive. Thanks, Dave

Hi Dave, I have not yet experimented with different versions of Office on Windows 8, but after a bit of research online, it looks like you should be able to run either Office 2007 or 2010 on your new Windows 8 Computer. I do want to explain a little bit about the new office. There are actually two different versions of Office 2013. One is subscription based. It lets you purchase a one year subscription and use it on up to 5 devices, including your Mac and tablet. All your work is stored in the cloud so that you can work on your documents in one location and pick right back up where you left off from another location. Microsoft also sells Office 2013 in a stand-alone version which does not expire after one

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year, but you can only install it on one computer and it will not be continuously updated like the 360 version. If both of those options are not in your price range, there is always the free, open source, version of Office called Open Office at www.openoffice.org. Open source simply means that it was created by a group of volunteers instead of a company. Open Office can read files created in Microsoft Office, and save files in Office format as well. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at www.askthecomputerlady.com.

On April 8, 2014, Windows XP becomes Windows XPired! Microsoft will stop providing security updates which keep your data safe. Continuing to use XP will be like leaving home at night, leaving the lights on with the front door open and a big sign saying,

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~ Pets ~ Safe Haven Humane Society WELLS Food and Treats Needed Help, Friskies brand canned cat food is greatly needed as our supplies are running low. Poultry flavors are best. We also need Temptations cat treats as training rewards. Thanks. Adoption Event On March 8, come fall in love with some incredible kitties from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. David’s Episcopal Church in Wells. Fur Drive To provide comfort to orphaned and injured wildlife, we’re conducting a Fur Drive on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., bring your unwanted fur

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garments, hats, and fashion accessories to Safe Haven. They will be delivered that day to Maine wildlife centers who use them for animal rehabilitation. For more information, call 207-229-8314. Velvet Velvet is a beautiful cat who deserves an incredible home. Here’s her story: In 2010 we answered a call from a woman whose cat had given birth to five flea-infested kittens. She had no money and wanted to keep the cats, and asked us to help her. Knowing that fleas can kill kittens, we hurried to help. In a brutal heat wave, we were led to a cardboard box where

a weak, exhausted grey tabby nursed five tiny kittens. You could feel the flea dirt under the mom’s hair. The kitten’s gums were white, a sign of anemia. Kittens have only a tiny amount of blood and fleas can suck a kitten dry. When that happens, they can’t eat. They die. Hundreds of fleas were crawling everywhere, into their noses, ears, mouths. It was obvi-

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ous the kittens were in serious trouble. Flea combing was pointless. There were too many fleas. We had to bathe the kittens, which is risky. Kittens mustn’t catch a chill. But the woman’s water heater was broken, so we had to heat water on her stove for four hours in the brutal summer heat. Each kitten took a long time to treat. We flea picked as we gently bathed them in warm water, then them, then used heated towels and a hair dryer to dry them. We killed hundred of fleas. But when we finished, to our despair, hundreds more fleas had already jumped on them from the woman’s infested house. The woman could see it was hopeless, that these kittens would die. So with tears in her eyes, she

agreed to sign them over to Safe Haven. We rushed them back to Safe Haven. We stayed overnight and continued removing fleas, and made sure mom and her kittens were all warm and fed. And that’s how Velvet came to us. Like many mama cats, she was never adopted. Everyone wants kittens. Velvet is still one of our sweetest, most deserving kitties. She’s beautiful, with an adorable face. Actually, she was adopted once but returned because the man traveled so much, Velvet became lonely and depressed. She is a kitty who loves interaction with people. So Velvet’s back now with us, a hero mom who deserves a great home. Check out the photos and more of her story on our Facebook page.


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~ News ~

Waldorf School Announces $5,000 Scholarship for Seacoast Residents

ELIOT Seacoast Waldorf School’s Board of Trustees announced on Jan. 31 that a scholarship essay contest open to all new students entering first grade for the 20142015 academic year. The winner will receive an award worth $5,000 applicable only towards tuition at Seacoast Waldorf School. “We have experienced fantastic growth in enrollment since the move to our new location on Route 236 just this past year and our goal is to continue to promote Waldorf education on the Seacoast,” said Deirdre McEachern, director, adding, “This scholarship contest is our way of encouraging those parents considering an alternative education to investigate Waldorf education” The essay theme is, “Why I would love my child to have a Waldorf Education”. Entries may be hand-written or printed but must not exceed 500 words and must be mailed directly to the school at: Seacoast Waldorf School, 403 Harold Dow Highway, Eliot, ME 03903 or emailed to: director@seacoast-

waldorfschool.org. Deadline for all entries is Feb. 28 and a winner is to be announced on March 31. All essays must be accompanied by a no-fee, pre-application to the school. For more details on the essay contest and to download the no-fee, pre-application, please visit seacoastwaldorfschool.org. ...WRITERS from page 7 Community College professor Maggie Summer. Her sixth book in this series, “Shadows on a Cape Cod Wedding,” came out in 2013. The seventh will be published in 2014 as well as the first book in a new mystery series set in Haven Harbor, Maine. She is also the author of four acclaimed historical novels for children, all of which have been named to state student choice award lists throughout the country. After the discussion, these four authors will have copies of their books available for signing and sale. More information can be found at http://www.york.lib. me.us/YorkReads2014.html.

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Sending A Little Love with Project: Gratitude BERWICK As part of the Charles S. Hatch Unit #79 American Legion Auxiliary in Berwick’s Project: Gratitude, two local Girl Scout troops have again been enlisted to use their creative skills to send their best wishes overseas to troops from their community. The girls had the Auxiliary ladies quite impressed with their diligence and creativity in creating dozens of valentines in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. The finished cards were sent to active-duty enlisted military personnel whose families live in the community and submitted their names and addresses to the Project: Gratitude program. A thank you to all the girls and their troop leaders goes out on behalf of all the soldiers and families represented, for all the

work they have done, and the caring spirit that they let shine

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a patient who has been down for too long in the field.” Regrettably the patient ultimately succumbed to her injuries some time after arriving at York Hospital, but first responders credit Reed’s decisive actions with giving them a fighting chance. “It can be said with a reasonable degree of certainty that without Major Reed’s interventions, the patient would not have arrived at York Hospital with a pulse,” Kenney said. “[Reed’s] actions speak well of him personally and professionally and of the caliber of our servicemen and women in the Air National Guard.” “The training that we get here in CPR and Self-Aid Buddy Care is tremendous, because these kinds of situations happen when you least expect it,” Reed said. “I would like every single Airman to know that it is some of the most important training that we get here at the unit level.” For Lt. Col. Robert Scott, Reed’s supervisor and commander of the 265th Combat Communications Squadron, Reed’s actions personify the citizen-Airman ethos of the Maine Air National Guard. “Major Reed’s actions epitomize the ideal of the citizen airman,” Scott said. “Always ready to serve, at home or abroad.”

...REED from page 20 bled to move everyone back as much as possible as the bakery was very small and crowded. “At that point, I immediately started with chest compressions,” Reed recalls. “After about 90 seconds of chest compressions, she began to breathe very weakly.” With no one else trained to assist, Reed continued with chest compressions for another few minutes until first responders from the Kittery Police Department arrived. As the officers worked to clear the room, Reed continued to perform chest compressions on the victim, and one of the officers left to retrieve an Automated External Defibrilla-

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Pictured here are the Girl Scouts from Troop 1460 in Berwick showing off some of their creations and pictures of soldiers in the Project: Gratitude program.

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“When the officer returned with an AED he had gotten from the restaurant next door, we repositioned the woman and hooked her up to the device,” Reed said. “We used the AED, but alternated with continued chest compression until the ambulance arrived.” When the paramedics did arrive, about six to eight minutes later, the victim had regained vital signs, with weak but steady breathing, and a pulse. Reed helped the paramedics lift the victim onto a stretcher and secure the safety harnesses. “Its hard to think that only about 10 minutes had elapsed since I had parked my car,” Reed recalls, shaking his head. “You know, it’s ironic, we had just done our CPR refresher course the month before.” With more than 25 years in the military, Reed had been trained in CPR and Self-Aid Buddy care at least every year for the entirety of his career, and when the critical moment finally came, he was ready. “Classroom training of CPR is one thing, actually putting that in to practice when the need arises is another thing,” said James Kenney, system commander for American Ambulance in Kittery. “Early CPR is absolutely vital to patient survivability. [You] cannot resuscitate

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SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Berwick Academy Girls’ Basketball SOUTH BERWICK -

The Berwick girls basketball team snapped a 3-game losing streak with an exciting 42-38 overtime win vs Dana Hall on Feb. 7. The Lady Bulldogs are 15-4 on the season, while Dana falls to 9 -7. Maggie DuChene was a standout on both ends of the court, scoring 15 points (all in the second half and overtime) while holding Dana’s 6-foot-5 inch center Sindain Imondo to only 11 points. Freshman sensation Autumn Ceppi for Dana did have 15 points, but Berwick defenders held her at bay for much of the game. Becca Siegel also had 11 points for Berwick. This game was Senior Night in front of a large crowd, and a tribute was made to five fine players: Suzanna Borg, Rebecca Siegel, Dominique St. Pierre, Torieana St. Pierre and Samantha Sullivan.

SOUTH BERWICK -

The Berwick girls fought both fatigue and a stubborn Winsor team, but finished off a four-game week with a 48-35 win on Feb. 8 in the team’s final home game of the season. Rebecca Siegel made her last home game a memorable one with a 17-point performance to lead the way for the Lady Bulldogs, now 16-4 on the season. Junior forwards Dana Brooks and Maggie DuChene scored nine and eight points respectively.

Kennebunk High School Coed Swimming WESTBTOOK -

Besides the outstanding overall finishes for both the boys (2nd place) and the girls (3rd place) at the South Western Conference Championships, Marshall Lowery once again broke the KHS 100 Backstroke record (which she set in January with a time of 1:02.05) with a new time of 1:00.04.

A second school record was set by the Kennebunk girls 400 Free relay. In an epic showdown at the Southwestern Conference Championship meet between Kennebunk and the three-time (subsequently four-time) Conference champs, Waynflete, Kennebunk took top honors in the relay in a time of 3:57.95. The old record of 3:59.58 has been on the books since 1997, and was shattered by Olivia Hammer-Grant, Fiona Harms, Lindsay Nichols and Marshall Lowery.

Traip Academy Girls’ Basketball KITTERY -

season last week with an overall record of 6-11. Traip beat Hebron Academy on Thursday, Feb. 6 64-30.

The Traip Academy girls’ basketball team finished their regular

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Marshwood High SchoolGirls’ Basketball SANFORD -

The Hawks traveled home from Sanford after a tough 51-29 loss on Feb. 4. In a game where scoring was at a minimum for Marshwood, Megan McLean led the team with 10 points.

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...SCORE from page 21 After playing a lackluster first half on defense and leading 36-21, the Rangers got it going in the second half, outscoring Hebron

28-9. Leading the rangers in scoring were Katie Cuttle with 12, Haley Turnbull with nine and Emily Hartley with eight. On Friday, Feb. 7, the Rangers played their last home game of the

LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 18th day of February, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

season versus Wells. Six seniors played in their last game at Traip Academy. Wells won the game 58-37, despite all six of the Traip seniors scoring in the game. Sophomore Jessica MacNeill led Traip with nine points. Senior Katie Cuttle scored five points. Other seniors scoring on the night included Kaylie Andrews and Emily Hartley,who scored four points, Alli Barrett with 3 points, and Kendra Kagiliery and Haley Turnbull with two points.

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The Board will conduct a public hearing to access the Grant Matching Fund up to $1,873.35 as the local match for a Volunteer Fire Assistance grant from the Maine Forest Service for the purchase of fireline nozzles, chain saw chaps, helmets and other safety equipment for the Wells Fire Department. Given under our hands this 4th day of February, 2014. TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN

In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 18th day of February, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening. The Board will conduct a public hearing to review the Spring Thaw Road Policy for posted roads. Given under our hands this 4th day of February, 2014. TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN

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Tips To Keep You Trekking This Winter Winter is in full swing, and with the magical season come the potentially unpleasant snow, ice and slippery conditions that can make driving a challenge. But, even in this less-than-ideal driving weather, Americans are ready to take on what Mother Nature throws their way. Even though 63 percent of Americans say icy roads are their top winter driving concern, 76 percent also say they are comfortable driving in snow, according to Hankook Tire’s Winter Gauge Index. And, if Americans are right - 41 percent of all Americans polled expect more snow this winter, as compared to last year - there will be plenty of opportunity to drive through a winter wonderland. Confident and prepared is the resounding tune among drivers, and that’s not just in the area of getting behind the wheel in slick conditions; Seventy-one percent of Americans spend less than one hour digging their car

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Stick Shifts Not Always What They Seem Many auto enthusiasts prefer stick shifts or manual transmissions, over automatic transmissions. Such supporters of stick shifts tend to feel as though a manual transmission engages drivers in ways that an automatic one simply cannot, making stick shifts more fun to drive than the more staid, automatic alternatives. While the fun factor associated with manual transmission vehicles may be difficult to dispute, there are other commonly held beliefs about stick shifts that are far easier to contest. The following are a few things about

today’s manual transmission vehicles that might surprise even the most ardent automotive enthusiasts. Manual transmission vehicles are not necessarily cheaper than automatic transmission vehicles. Stick shifts are often less expensive than automatics, but that’s not always the case, and certain manufacturers, including BMW, tend to charge the same price for their vehicles regardless of which type of transmission buyers choose. In the past, manual transmissions were almost always a less expensive option than auto-

matic transmissions because they were easier for manufacturers to install, which enabled automakers to cut back on labor costs, and those savings were passed along to consumers. While that difference in sticker price might once have been significant, nowadays it is often negligible, meaning buyers won’t necessarily save substantial amounts of money by opting for a stick shift.

cent of 2013 model-year vehicles were offered only with automatic transmissions. While it might be possible for buyers to still purchase such vehicles with manual transmissions, that opportunity is not guaranteed. Even if it is available, buyers will likely have to pay a premium price to order such custom-made automobiles, and it takes longer to deliver such vehicles than it does when buyers simply buy a car already on the lot.

Stick shifts are not readily available in all models. As the popularity of manual transmission vehicles has waned, so, too, has their availability. According to Edmunds.com, 67 per-

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Common Misconceptions About Fuel Efficiency Fuel efficiency is an important issue for car buyers, and understandably so. Conserving fuel is good for drivers’ budgets and the planet, so the concept of fuel efficiency would seem to benefit everyone. But just because fuel efficiency is a good concept does not mean there are not misconceptions about it among drivers and automotive professionals alike. The following are some of the more widely held misconceptions about fuel efficiency. Full tanks conserve fuel.

Many people have long believed that a nearly full tank of gas means the fuel within that tank is less likely to evaporate, and that tanks that are half-full are losing gas to evaporation. Though this might have been the case years ago, today’s vehicle’s are smarter than ever before, and their fuel systems are designed with vapor recovery systems so drivers traveling around with tanks that are closer to empty than full aren’t losing gas to evaporation. Manual transmissions are more fuel efficient.

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2014 JEEP WRANGLER WRANGLER SAHARA SAHARA 2014 JEEP AUTOMATIC, BLACK LEATHER WITH UNLIMITED “DRAGON EDITION” 4X4 UNLIMITED EDITION” 4X4 DRAGON,“DRAGON LOGO, DUAL TOP. #JW993

BRANDNEW NEW2014 2014JEEP JEEP BRAND grand cherokee overland 4x4 grand cherokee overland 4x4 NAVIGATION, HTD & VENTILATED LEATHER. PANORAMIC SUNROOF. #JG914

LUXURY 11 GROUP, PANORAMIC SUNROOF, NAV, 20” WHEEL GROUP, TRAILER TOW GROUP W/ 7400 LB TOWING CAPACITY. #JG949

2014JEEP JEEPGRAND GRANDCHEROKEE CHEROKEE 2014 LIMITED “ECO DIESEL” 4X4 LIMITED “ECO DIESEL” 4X4 21 MPG CITY | 28 MPG HWY

MSRP $39,970 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000

MSRP $34,225 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000

MSRP $30,245 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000

SALE $30,225

SALE $27,245

SALE $35,970

Brand New 2014 JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT

BRAND NEW 2014 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT 4X4

Brand New 2014 Jeep Patriot Sport

99 SPEED, SPEED,AUTOMATIC, AUTOMATIC,TRANS, TRANS,3.2 3.2 LITRE, V6, LITRE, V6,COLD COLDWEATHER WEATHERGROUP GROUP LEATHER. #JG23 LEATHER. #JG23

AUTOMATIC, AUTOMATIC,33PIECE PIECEHARD HARD TOP, TOP, SIRIUS SIRIUS XM XMSATELLITE SATELLITERADIO, RADIO,CONNECTIVITY CONNECTIVITY GROUP GROUPWITH WITHBLUETOOTH, BLUETOOTH, A/C. A/C. #JW979 #JW979

AUTOMATIC, BLACK LEATHER LEATHERWITH WITH AUTOMATIC, BLACK DRAGON, LOGO, LOGO, DUAL DUAL TOP. TOP. #JW993 #JW993

MSRP MSRP$30,245 $30,245 REBATES REBATES&&DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS $3,000 $3,000

MSRP $39,970 $39,970 MSRP REBATES & DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS $4,000 $4,000

MSRP $47,485 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500

MSRP $49,080 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500

SALE $42,985

SALE $44,580

Brand New 2014 Jeep Compass Sport

Brand New 2014 Jeep CHEROKEE LATITUDE 4X4

NAVIGATION,HTD HTD&&VENTILATED VENTILATED NAVIGATION, LEATHER.PANORAMIC PANORAMICSUNROOF. SUNROOF. LEATHER. #JG914 #JG914

LUXURY 11 GROUP, PANORAMIC LUXURY 11 GROUP, PANORAMIC SUNROOF, NAV, 20” WHEEL GROUP, SUNROOF, NAV, 20” WHEEL GROUP, TRAILER TOW GROUP 7400 TRAILER TOW GROUP W/W/ 7400 LBLB TOWING CAPACITY. #JG949 TOWING CAPACITY. #JG949 MPG CITY | 28 MPG HWY 2121 MPG CITY | 28 MPG HWY

MSRP MSRP$34,225 $34,225 REBATES REBATES& &DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS$3,500 $4,000

SALE SALE$30,725 $30,225

9 SPED, AUTO TRANS, 10 AIRBAGS, HTD SEATS, COLD WEATHER GROUP W/ REMOTE START, 2.4 LITRE TIGERSHARK I4 MULTI AIR ENGINE, SIRIUS XM RADIO, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS. #JC1 22 MPG CITY | 31 MPG HIGHWAY

BrandNew New2014 2014JEEP JEEP Brand CHEROKEESPORT SPORT CHEROKEE

MSRP $24,980 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000

SALE $21,980

SALE SALE $27,245

SALE $35,970

MSRP $24,980 MSRP $24,980 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000

SALE $21,980

SALE$42,985 $43,485 SALE

3.6 LITRE, SIRIUS XM SATELLITE RADIO, 3.73 LITRE RATIO, 6 SPEED MANUAL. #JW1004

AIR CONDITIONING, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, TILT & CRUISE CONTROL, DEEP TINTED GLASS, HEATED MIRRORS, KEYLESS ENTRY. #JP232

6 SPEED AUTO TRANSMISSION, A/C, DEEP TINTED GLASS, ALLOY WHEELS, FOG LAMPS. #JS289

MSRP $24,080 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $2,500

MSRP $19,480 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500

MSRP $20,690 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $5,000

BRANDNEW NEW2014 2014JEEP JEEP BRAND WRANGLERSPORT SPORT 4X4 4X4 WRANGLER

SALE $21,580

Brand New 2014 2014 Jeep Jeep Patriot Sport Sport

SALE $14,980

WWW.BOURNIVALJEEP.NET ROUTE 1, PORTSMOUTH, NH 603.431.8900 SALE $21,580 SALE $14,980 SALE $21,980

9 SPED, AUTOTRANS, TRANS,1010AIRBAGS, AIRBAGS,HTD HTD 9 SPED, AUTO SEATS, COLDWEATHER WEATHERGROUP GROUPW/ W/ SEATS, COLD REMOTE START,2.4 2.4LITRE LITRETIGERSHARK TIGERSHARKI4I4 REMOTE START, MULTI AIR ENGINE,SIRIUS SIRIUSXM XMRADIO, RADIO, MULTI AIR ENGINE, POWER WINDOWS&&LOCKS. LOCKS.#JC1 #JC1 POWER WINDOWS MPG CITY| 31 | 31MPG MPGHIGHWAY HIGHWAY 2222 MPG CITY

MSRP$47,485 $47,485 MSRP REBATES&&DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS$4,500 $4,000 REBATES

Brand BrandNew New2014 2014Jeep Jeep Compass CompassSport Sport

SALE $15,690

MSRP $49,080 MSRP $49,080 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500

SALE$44,580 $45,080 SALE

9 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, 10 AIRBAGS, 2.4 LITRE TIGERSHARK i4 MULTI AIR ENGINE, UCONNECT, 17” ALUMINUM WHEELS, JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE i. #JC7 22 MPG CITY | 31 MPG HIGHWAY MSRP $27,490 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000

Brand BrandNew New2014 2014Jeep Jeep CHEROKEE CHEROKEELATITUDE LATITUDE4X4 4X4

SALE $23,590

3.6LITRE, LITRE,SIRIUS SIRIUSXM XMSATELLITE SATELLITE 3.6 RADIO,3.73 3.73LITRE LITRERATIO, RATIO, 66 SPEED SPEED RADIO, MANUAL.#JW1004 #JW1004 MANUAL.

AIR CONDITIONING, CONDITIONING, POWER AIR POWER WINDOWS WINDOWS & LOCKS, LOCKS, TILT & TILT & & CRUISE CRUISE CONTROL, CONTROL, DEEP TINTED GLASS, HEATED DEEP TINTED GLASS, HEATED MIRRORS, KEYLESS MIRRORS, KEYLESS ENTRY. ENTRY. #JP232 #JP232

66SPEED SPEEDAUTO AUTOTRANSMISSION, TRANSMISSION,A/C, A/C, DEEP DEEPTINTED TINTEDGLASS, GLASS,ALLOY ALLOYWHEELS, WHEELS, FOG FOGLAMPS. LAMPS.#JS289 #JS289

MSRP$24,080 $24,080 MSRP REBATES & DISCOUNTS $2,500 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $2,500

99 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, 1010 AIRBAGS, 2.42.4 LITRE TIGERSHARK i4 i4 AIRBAGS, LITRE TIGERSHARK MULTI AIR ENGINE, UCONNECT, 17”17” MULTI AIR ENGINE, UCONNECT, ALUMINUM WHEELS, JEEP ACTIVE ALUMINUM WHEELS, JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE i. #JC7 DRIVE i. #JC7 2222 MPG CITY | 31 MPG HIGHWAY MPG CITY | 31 MPG HIGHWAY

MSRP $19,480 MSRP $19,480 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500

MSRP $20,690 MSRP $20,690 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $5,000 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $5,000

MSRP $27,490 MSRP $27,490 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,500

SALE $21,580

SALE $14,980

SALE SALE$15,690 $15,690

SALE SALE$23,590 $23,990

PURCHASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 10% CASH, TRADE OR TRADE EQUITY USED AS DOWN PAYMENT, 75 MONTHS @ 3.99%. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT. LEASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 36 MONTH, 10K MILES PER YEAR, $2499

ALL SALE PRICES AND PAYMENTS INCLUDE COMPETITIVE OR RETURNING LEASE REBATE OF $1000, PURCHASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 10% CASH, TRADE OR TRADE EQUITY USED AS DOWN PAYMENT, 75 MONTHS @ 3.99%. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT. LEASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 36 MONTH, 10K MILES PER YEAR, $2499 DUE AT SIGNING. #JC1 ADJ RESIDUAL $15,237 $7191.36. #JC7 ADJ RESIDUAL $17,043.80 TOTAL PAYMENTS $8285.40. #JW1004 ADJ RESIDUAL 15,652 TOTAL #JW979 ADJ RESIDUAL $19,961.70 PAYMENTS $17,318.70 $10,274.76. S/A TIER QUALIFY FOR ADDITIONAL REBATES. SAME DAY TRANSACTION TAX, TITLE, DOC EXTRA. DUETOTAL AT PAYMENTS SIGNING. #JC1 TOTAL PAYMENTS: $7,253.64. ADJ RESIDUAL: $15,487.60. #JC7PAYMENTS TOTAL$7954.56. PAYMENTS: $8,146.80. ADJ TOTAL RESIDUAL: S/ACREDIT. TIERCUSTOMERS CREDIT.MAY ALL SALE PRICES AND PAYMENTS INCLUDEONLY. COMPETITIVE OR ADMIN FEE $169. SALE ENDS JANUARY 31ST, 2014.

RETURNING LEASE REBATE OF $1000, CUSTOMERS MAY QUALIFY FOR ADDITIONAL REBATES. SAME DAY TRANSACTION ONLY. TAX, TITLE, DOC EXTRA. SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28TH, 2014

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G I B D G I E B K WICWICKED TH ENDSENDS FEB FEB17 17TH * 12,000 miles per year lease, total due at signing includes security deposit, acquisition fee, all factory rebates and factoryfee, assistance to dealer. Tax, title doc fee of $299 anddoc dealer fee not included. expire * 12,000 miles per year lease, total due at signing includes security deposit, acquisition all factory rebates and factory assistance to dealer. Tax, title fee of $299 and dealer fee notOffers included. Offers 2/17/14 expire 2/17/14

2014 TOYOTA 20132013 TOYOTA 2013 TOYOTA2013 TOYOTA 2014 TOYOTA TOYOTA C CAMRY LERAV RAV 4 AUTO4X4 4X4 PRIUS C PRIUSMSRPCAMRY LE 4 AUTO $21,050 MSRP $24,155 MSRP $26,113 Model #2532

Stock #T10353 Stock #T10353 Model #2532 Stock #ST10722 MSRP $21,050 MSRP $24,155 MSRP CAP COST $20,237 CAP COST $22,619 CAP $26,113 COST $24,896 Stock #T10353 Stock #ST10722 CAP COST $20,237 CAP COST $22,619 CAP COST $24,896 PER PER PER MTH MTH MTH PER PER PER

Stock #T10353

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$15,995$19,995 $31,995 AND $36,995 $17,995 AND AND

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

Deal Finder Certied

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin. • 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

2013 SCION FR-SStock #R10542 AUTO, ONLY 1,000 MILES

2012 TOYOTA COROLLA LE

$15,995 AND

2013 TOYOTA TACOMA SPORT

$23,995 AND

• 1.9% For2008 60 MthTOYOTA Fin. • 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

Stock #8977 Hybrid Specialist

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NAV., ROOF, LEATHER, ONLY 42K MILES

2013 SCION FR-S

$23,995 AND

Stock #9068

Stock #T10207A

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin.

2011 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER SE

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin.

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin. • 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

RAV 4

2012 TOYOTA CAMRY LE

$19,995 AND

$17,995 AND

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin.

TOYOTA $29,995 $17,995 2012 COROLLA LE AND AND

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin.

2011 TOYOTA Stock #9074

$15,995 AND

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin. • 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

Certi ed Stock #9078

2012 TOYOTA COROLLA LE

$31,995 AND

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

Stock #9067

• 1.9% For 60 Mth Fin.

Certied Stock #9068

Stock #8977

Stock #9048

NAV., ROOF, LEATHER, ONLY 42K MILES

2005 TOYOTA TACOMA 2010 CAMRY LE DOUBLE CAB Auto

2012 TOYOTA 2010 PRIUS V

Hybrid Specialist

2008 TOYOTA COROLLA XLE V6

Stock #ST10814AStock #ST10391A

Stock #9048

V6 TRD

Power Slider

Power Slider

2010 CAMRY LE

24 Hour Roadside Assistance

S av e $ 4,283

Stock #ST10137A 2005 SIENNA LE

FACTORY SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE COMPLIMENTARY WITH EVERY NEW CAR PURCHASED

Certied

2005 TOYOTA TACOMA DOUBLE CAB

Stock #9067

24 Hour Roadside Assistance

$13,995$14,995 $19,995

Stock #ST10814A

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

FACTORY SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

V6 TRD

$14,995

Stock #T10607B

2005 SIENNA LE

Stock #ST10391A

$14,995

Only 20,000 Miles

AUTO, ONLY 1,000 MILES

Used

Only 20,000 Miles

FinderXD toyotaofportsmouth.com 2011Deal SCION

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$25,862

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ONLY 1 MILE SOUTH OF THE Stock #T10933 PORTSMOUTH TRAFFICUsed CIRCLE Route 1 Bypass, Portsmouth, NH

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$41,925

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• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty

Stock #ST10918A

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty 2011 TOYOTA

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Vehicle Showcase ...FUEL from page 28 to work harder to get down the street than it would if it was well kept. But a well-maintained vehicle should not grow less fuel efficient over time. Shifting into neutral while stopping saves gas. This is another misconception that was once true but no

longer applies thanks to advances in technology. When engines still had carburetors, shifting into neutral might have helped conserve fuel by stopping the flow of gas into the engine while the car was idling. However, fuel injection systems are now computerized and capable of sensing when

an engine is revving above idle. This shuts off the fuel injectors, preventing gas from being injected into the engine and preventing gas from being wasted while the vehicle is stopped as a result. Taking steps to conserve fuel is a good way for drivers to save money and benefit the

environment. However, some of the conventional means to conserving fuel are no longer viable. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by MetroCreative articles.

downshift often note the positive long-term effect that such a practice has on their brake pads and rotors, which can last considerably longer on vehicles with manual transmissions than those with automatic ones.

dispute it. And while those who subscribe to this theory feel that manual transmissions are therefore cheaper to insure because they are at a decreased risk of being stolen, that is also untrue. While the standards used to determine the price of an insurance policy vary between providers, many insurance providers view manual transmission vehicles as more risky because they take longer to shift, stop and accelerate. But manual transmissions also are less expensive to repair, and insurance companies consider that as well when determining

the cost of a policy. Such factors may cancel each other out, and drivers will be left with an insurance policy that’s roughly the same as if the vehicle included an automatic transmission. The demand for manual transmission vehicles continues to shrink, and there are things drivers should know about such automobiles before driving one home. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by MetroCreative articles.

...SHIFTS from page 30 transmission vehicles like to bemoan the costs of replacing the clutch on their vehicles, and that raises some concern among buyers considering a stick shift. But skilled stick shift drivers need not be worried about constantly replacing the clutch, which tends to be most in need of replacement when novice drivers struggle to get the hang of a manual transmission. In addition, manual transmissions are often much less expensive to replace than automatic transmissions. Also, skilled stick shift drivers who can deftly

Stick shifts may not repel car thieves or cost less to insure. Because vehicles with manual transmissions require more skill to drive than automatics, some feel as though this deters car thieves, who may not know how to drive stick shifts. But there is no evidence to support this theory, nor any evidence to

TAKE A VIRTUAL TEST DRIVE @ WWW.PORTCITYCHRYSLERDODGE.COM 2005 TOYOTA CAMRY XLE

2010 CHEVROLET MALIBU LT

2011 DODGE CALIBER HEAT

2010 DODGE CHARGER SXT 3.5

2009 HONDA ACCORD EX 4DR

2013 KIA FORTE EX

2012 MAZDA 6i TOURING

Automatic, AC, Climate Control, Power Seats/Windows/Locks, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Cassette w/CD Player, Stk #91299A

Auto, AC, Power Moonroof/Seat/ Windows/Locks, Traction & Cruise Controls, Tilt Wheel, Keyless Entry, ABS Brakes, Stk #24033A

Auto w/Autostick, AC, Power Moonroof/Windows/Locks, 18” Alloys, Remote Starter, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Only 31K Miles, Stk #24141A

Automatic, AC, Power Seat/ Windows/Locks, Alloy Wheels, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, CD Player, Stk #23024B

Automatic, AC, Power Moonroof/ Seat/Windows/Locks, Alloy Wheels, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Changer, Keyless Entry, Stk #91322B

Automatic w/Autostick, AC, Power Windows/Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Hands Free Cellular, Factory Warranty, Only 30K Miles, Stk #91323

Auto w/Autostick, AC, Power Seat/ Windows/Locks, Alloy Wheels, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Factory Warranty, Only 31K Miles, Stk #91324

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$11,995

2012 FORD FOCUS SEL

2012 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S

2012 KIA SOUL +

2012 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT

2012 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING CONVERTIBLE

2012 FORD FUSION SEL V6

2012 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE

Automatic, AC, Power Moonroof/ Windows/Locks, Alloy Wheels, Fog Lights, Hands Free, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Stk #91331

Automatic w/Autostick, AC, Power Windows/Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Traction Control, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Factory Warr., 34K Miles, Dual Exhaust, Stk #91325

Auto, AC, Power Windows/Locks, Alloy Wheels, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Hands Free Cellular, Factory Warranty, Only 31K Miles, Stk #91327

Automatic, AC, Power Windows/ Locks, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Player, Keyless Entry, Factory Warranty, Only 34K Miles, Stk #91332

Auto w/ Autostick, AC, Power Seats/Windows/Locks/Convertible Top, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Factory Warranty, Stk #91334

Auto, AC, PWR Seat, Alloys, Fog Lights, Keyless Entry, Full PWR Equip., Traction Control, Hands Free Cellular, Dual Exhaust, Factory Warr., 34K Miles, Stk #91328

Automatic, Rear AC, Power Windows/Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Sunscreen Glass, Keyless Entry, Factory Warranty, Stk #24023A

POWER MOONROOF

KEYLESS ENTER-N-GO

HANDS FREE CELLULAR

$14,995

ONLY 34,000 MILES

$14,995

POWER SEATS

$14,995

LEATHER HEATED SEATS

FACTORY WARRANTY

2012 CHEVROLET MALIBU LT

2013 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT

2010 FORD F150 XLT 4X4

2012 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TOURING

2014 JEEP COMPASS 4X4

Leather Heated Seats, Power Moonroof & Seat, Remote Starter, Traction Control, Chrome Wheels, Full Power Equip., Factory Warr., Only 34K Miles, Stk #91326

Auto, Rear AC, Power Windows/ Locks, Tilt Wheel, Alloys, Keyless Entry, Cruise & Traction Controls, Sunscreen Glass, Factory Warranty, Only 31K Miles, Stk #91305

Automatic, AC, Power Pedals/ Windows/Locks, Alloy Wheels, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Bedliner, Trailer Tow, Hands Free Cellular, Stk #24105A

Auto, Rear AC, Power Seat/Sliding Doors/ Liftgate/Windows/Locks, Keyless Entry, Alloys, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Factory Warranty, Stk #91277

Automatic, AC, Power Windows/ Locks, Alloy Wheels, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Factory Warranty, Stk #91330

Leather Interior, Power Seats, Auto Climate Control, Remote Starter, 19” Alloys, Dual Exhaust, Full Power Equip., Touch Screen, Factory Warr., 33K Miles, Stk #91329

Leather Heated Seats, Power Moonroof/Seat, Alloy Wheels, Fog Lights, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Full Power Equipment, Factory Warranty, Stk #91300

LEATHER & MOONROOF

ONLY 31,000 MILES

KEYLESS ENTRY

LEATHER & REAR SEAT VIDEO

ALLOY WHEELS

LEATHER INTERIOR

LEATHER & MOONROOF

$14,995

$15,996

Mon-Fri 8:30-8pm Sat 8:30-5pm, Sun 11am-4pm

$14,995

$17,888

$12,899

$19,688

$12,995

$19,988

$19,995

$15,995

$15,995

2013 FORD TAURUS 2013 JEEP GRAND LIMITED CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4

$20,788

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9 Fox Lane, OGUNQUIT MLS#1122407 & MLS#1122417 • $499,000

Ogunquit center to Berwick Road to South Street, right‚ then onto Highland.

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6 Woodcrest Avenue, OGUNQUIT MLS#1113949 • $489,000 Your Host: George Wilson 207-251-2941

1 Tara Way, YORK MLS#1116670 • $459,900 Your Host: Bill Conda 207-450-5030

From Ogunquit Ctr to Berwick Rd to Grove, take left and see sign to Woodcrest

From Ogunquit Ctr to Berwick Rd, right on Tara, before Josiah Norton

RE/MAX Realty One Welcomes LuAnn Neff

RE/MAX Realty One is pleased to welcome LuAnn Neff to its team of Real Estate professionals. She is a Maine-licensed Associate Broker who offers her expertise to Sellers and Buyers, and continues to provide professional services to landlords by securing renters for year-round, winter and seasonals. LuAnn has served the southern Maine and New Hampshire seacoast area for over thirty-five years in various business capacities. She is a New England native who moved from Massachusetts to pursue her interests in the culinary field while attending UNH. LuAnn developed her strong business sense while managing numerous food and beverage businesses, including her own Eatery in Portsmouth, NH.

KITTERY • $65,000 Affordable living opportunity within convenient location to Kittery shopping, town, schools, and highway. Close to Portsmouth and local beaches, this 3 BR, 2 BA, well-cared-for home offers great year-round or vacation home living. Pets welcome! Nancy Raynes 207-363-2497 x131

YORK • $89,000 This manufactured home would make a nice summer getaway! You own stock in Mainely York which means you own your land! This 2 BR home has many updates. Kitchen, living room, and master bath have been updated. You’ll love it! You can’t get any more convenient a location. Bob Maneely 207-337-2708

“My business skills, attention to detail and commitment to customer service allowed me to develop a successful rental business in Southern Maine,” says LuAnn. “I have been licensed to sell real estate since 2005 and have proven that real estate rentals and sales are a combination that works well for the real estate community.” The invitation to join RE/MAX Realty One was “a perfect fit” for LuAnn.”I feel at home in an office where everyone is there to support my success. I knew that I made the right choice immediately. The commitment to ongoing continuing education, high standards of professionalism and RE/MAX top selling producers lured me to this office and I look forward to what¹s ahead for me.” LuAnn enjoys outdoor adventures and keeps herself active with hiking, walking, skiing, traveling and boating. She also enjoys cooking, yoga, music and dance. Most of all, spending time with family and friends are the best of times. LuAnn lives locally with her husband and Himalayan kitty, Jasper.

SOUTH BERWICK • $369,900 Quintessential Maine Farmhouse with lots of level, wooded and grassy land. 3 BRs, 2 BAs, LR, eat-in kitchen and den. Quiet location, minutes from Ogunquit and beaches. Such a lovely property! Bob Maneely 207-337-2708

YORK BEACH • $450,000 SHORT STROLL FROM SANDY BEACH with sidewalks all the way. Great for investor living on site with YR rental income potential. 2 Separate buildings and 2 huge patios for private outside living. HW floors and front porch. Joanne Stone 207-337-2359

LuAnn can be reached at 207-363-2497 x134 and LuAnn@yorkmaine.com. Visit www.yorkmaine.com and www.jeanknapprentals.com for listings. If you are interested in a career with RE/MAX Realty One, please visit www.Joinremax.com and contact Ina Toth, Managing Broker of RE/MAX Realty One, at ina@yorkmaine.com or 207-363-2497 x133.

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WS Feb. 14, 2014