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Volume 9 • Issue No. 7

mardi Gras Party Kicks Off in Ogunquit Sentinel Staff Report OGuNQuIT – Last weekend’s heavy snowfall may have forced a one-week postponement of Ogunquit’s Sixth Annual Mardi Gras celebration, but planners say the delay simply heightened anticipation for the yearly festivities. The original schedule posted before winter storm Nemo swept up the coast will be followed, according to Frances Reed, vice president of the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce, which coordinates the event. Revelers will kick off the celebration at 8:30 p.m. tonight, Feb. 15, when the search for the

Revelers celebrate Mardi Gras in Ogunquit (photo courtesy of Jordan Freedman)

Mardi Gras King and Queen will get under way at MaineStreet, 195 Main St., in down-

town Ogunquit. Participants will take part in a question-and-answer con-

‘Soup for the Soul’ Celebrates Community and Sends Kids to School SOuTH BerWICK – While others hunkered in to ward off winter’s brutal cold snap, Spring Hill of South Berwick recently teamed up with Daisy’s Children to feed forward. As community members joined local volunteers, guests

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tasted eight different varieties of soup, breads, and desserts prepared still other volunteers. Among these volunteer ‘soup chefs’ were members of MSAD #60’s culinary arts program under the direction of Chef John Couture. Students provided 4 gallons of soup, French Onion and Egg Drop. Other community made soups included Vegetable Beef, Sweet Potato and Chipotle, Turkey Vegetable, Split Pea, Butternut Squash, and Potato, Sausage and Spinach. As guests enjoyed taste testing multiple soups, local musician and supporter, Richie Sokol of Berwick, crooned as only Richie can while accompanying himself on his acoustic guitar. Guests commented to Daisy’s director, Sharon Beckwith, that no matter what selection he played, Richie either sounded like the original artist or better with his own rich vocal twist on covers ranging from Jim Croce, to Neil Young, James Taylor, and more. Guests donated generously as well as supported a small silent auction and sales of goods produced by the women of Concepcion del Norte, Honduras. Founder and current director,

Sharon Beckwith, encouraged attendees to ‘say yes to a friend and hello to a stranger’ much as she did five years ago, leading to an organization that now provides nutritional meals, clean drinking water, school uniforms and supplies, as well as medical interventions to more than 100 children in a mountainous village in Honduras. Sharon introduced seven other individuals in the room who have also traveled to this area of devastating pov-

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parade through town. At noon on Saturday, the celebration will return to MaineStreet where folks can fashion spectacular party hats and masks to wear in the parade that will follow. A $5 fee will be collected to cover the cost of materials used in making this one-of-a-kind souvenir headgear. The line of march will step off from MaineStreet at 1 p.m. and proceed through town to Old Village Inn where prizes for the best hats and floats will be awarded. For those who find that celebrating Mardi Gras requires a small bit of refreshment, Village Food Market will host a wine tasting from 2 to 5 p.m.

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OGuNQuIT – In the 1930s, there were 29 dairies in Kittery, according to commentary in Peter E. Randall’s new film, “Farming 101.” This was typical of southern Maine. Now there is one. Within the backdrop of this dramatic change, a rich history of farming endures in Kittery and nearby Eliot, where Great Works Regional Land Trust is working with Kittery Land Trust to conserve that one dairy, Rustlewood Farm. “My original plan was to document the vanishing farming tradition in this region of Maine, but it was soon apparent that recording the history and practice of farming was only part of the

story,” said Randall, a filmmaker and photographer. “We need more than memories of farming. Preserving the land helps to keep the tradition alive and allows future farmers to have place to plant and harvest.” Parts of “Farming 101,” including a Rustlewood segment, and a talk by Randall will be presented by Great Works Regional Land Trust at the organization’s annual meeting. It will be held at the John F. Hill Grange in Eliot on Thursday, Feb. 21, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., including a potluck and business meeting before the 7:30 p.m. film showing and talk. Members and the public are welSee FARM page 5...

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eileen macomber receives Principal’s award KITTerY – Eileen Macomber, a senior at Traip Academy in Kittery, was named recipient of the 2013 Principal’s Award, according to an announcement by Principal Eric Waddell. The award, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, is given in recognition of a high school senior’s academic achievement and citizenship.

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...MARDI from page 1 In a variation on the traditional Mardi Gras King Cake served in New Orleans, the Ogunquit celebration will head to Bessie’s at 3 p.m. where children will be invited to decorate cupcakes… vides conservation options to landowners and programs to the public within the towns of Eliot, South Berwick, Berwick, North Berwick, Ogunquit and Wells. Since 1986, Great Works has conserved 5,036 acres of forests, watershed and farmland. The Annual Meeting is held to elect Board members. Please RSVP to info@gwrlt.org or 207-646-3604.

and then eat them. Prizes will be awarded to kids who find a Mardi Gras baby inside their cupcake. The party will continue on Sunday, Feb. 17, when artists from Wicked Good Ice Carvings head downtown at 10 a.m. to create a sparkling sculpture in ice that will feature a Mardi Gras theme. The ice sculpture demonstration was slated in Veterans’ Park, Reed noted, but because of the large sidewalk snowbanks that resulted from clearing the

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port to promote and support our farmers while helping our most vulnerable citizens.” Application letters are now going out to farmers who took part in the program in the past. “We’re hoping for another strong participation level, so we can serve people all over the state,” said Julie Waller, the FarmShare program manager at DACF. “The people in the program, especially folks on fixed incomes, really appreciate the wholesome food the farmers provide.” A survey of last summer’s participants turned up dozens of glowing reviews about the quality of both the food and the service. “The produce sure helps me get by,” wrote one senior.” I have only 42 percent of my heart, so picking berries is out of the question, but I can go to the farmer and get them.” Another wrote, “The farm stand where I shopped was very neat and clean. The people were friendly and helpful. I look forward to the next growing season. There is nothing more delicious than

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KITTerY – The Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common has announced the name Star Theatre for its new 2,500-square foot performing arts center. The newly transformed space offers state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems and retractable seating for 171. The theatre is incorporated into the Community Center’s overall 55,000-square foot renovation of the former c.1940 Frisbee School. The high brick space offers a unique venue to the surrounding region for a wide range of activities from live theater, music and dance to movie screenings, weddings and community meetings. Galleries adjacent to the theater offer space for visual arts exhibitions.

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Fatigue can prove a formidable foe to anyone. Exercise enthusiasts and couch potatoes alike periodically can suffer from fatigue, which can affect performance at work and one’s relationships with friends and family. Fatigue can be temporary or chronic, and while quick fixes like an energy drink might work for a little while, such solutions may only mask fatigue for a brief period before it returns once the stimulant wears off. Many times fend-

ing off fatigue involves making some lifestyle changes that can boost your energy over the long haul and make fatigue a distant memory. eat breakfast no matter what. According to a study published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, a high-fiber, high-carbohydrate breakfast can increase alertness between breakfast and lunch, a period of time during which many professionals begin to feel fatigue settling in. Wholewheat toast or a bowl of high-fi-

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...FATIGUE from page 10 Give yourself a break. Burning the midnight oil might be necessary, but failing to take breaks throughout the day will likely exasperate any feelings of fatigue. That’s because taking periodic breaks throughout the workday has been proven to be very effective at combating fatigue. A study conducted at Louisiana State University compared a trio of different work schedules for workers who used a computer. Those who took brief, frequent breaks were better at fighting fatigue and more productive at work than those who did not. A short break of 5 to 10 minutes can be enough to provide an immediate energy boost and fend off feelings of fatigue. Hit the road, Jack. Another way to effectively fight fatigue is to get walking. A decades-old study conducted by a researcher at California State University, Long Beach, found that walking briskly for 10 minutes provides people with more energy than eating a candy bar. Though the candy bar led to an initial energy boost, that boost died down within an hour, whereas the boost provided by a brisk walk increased energy levels for roughly two hours. Get up and walk around the office or take a brisk walk around the block or the parking lot of your office complex. You’ll come back to your desk refreshed and ready to resume your workday. Fatigue is no laughing matter for many men and women. But a few tried and tested fatigue-fighting methods can increase your energy and productivity.

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ers people who are between 49 and 67 years old. Many of these baby boomers have grown to be household names and influential individuals in all areas of business. Actor Brad Pitt is a baby boomer, as is President of the United States Barack Obama. Director Peter Jackson, singer k.d. lang and business mogul Donald Trump all belong to the baby boomer generation. Here are some additional facts and figures about baby boomers: • Baby boomers have more discretionary income than any other age group. • Baby boomers own 80 percent of the money in savings and loan associations. • Baby boomers spend more money than other groups. • Baby boomers account for nearly half of all consumer demand. Baby boomers have been known to have an unprecedented impact on American culture, society and the economy, and that influence is bound to continue for several more years.

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this commitment to environmental protection.” Completed nomination forms, available on DEP’s website at www.maine.gov/ dep, are due to the department by Friday, Feb. 22, with the winners being notified prior to the awards being presented by LePage and Aho in April to coincide with Earth Day. Self-nominations are encouraged. The 2012 Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence, held at Jøtul’s North American headquarters and manufacturing facility in Gorham, honored Idexx, CLYNK, the George R. Roberts Co., Maine Energy Systems, the Washington County Council of Governments and the Environmental Living & Learning for Maine Students Project, a partnership between the Chewonki Outdoor Classroom for Schools, Ferry Beach Ecology School and the UMaine 4-H Camp and Learning Center at Bryant Pond and at Tanglewood that offers subsidized residential environmental education to Maine students. For more information about the Maine Department of Environmental Protection’s Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence or to download an application, visit www.maine.gov/dep or contact Samantha Warren at 207-287-5842 or samantha. depoy-warren@maine.gov.

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Care for Your Heart this February Each year, the month of February is filled with images celebrating Valentine’s Day. The heart-focused theme doesn’t have to end on the holiday, however. February is designated “American Heart Month” by the American Heart Association and has been for nearly 50 years. “A time to battle cardiovascular disease and educate Americans on what we can do to live heart-healthy lives,” heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, equal to 2,200 deaths per day. Nicholas “Dr. Nick” Yphantides, medical editor for TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit weight-loss support organization, offers the following recommendations to proactively promote a healthier heart – and ultimately, a better quality of life. Signs of a Heart attack First, know the common signs of a heart attack and what can be done to prevent such medical emergencies. If you think you or someone you know is having a heart attack, call 9-1-1 immediately. A quick response can save your life or someone else’s and prevent permanent damage to the heart muscle. The various treatments for heart attacks work best if they are given within one hour of when symptoms begin, or as soon as possible. Common symptoms of a heart attack include: • Unusually heavy pressure on the chest that lasts more than a few minutes, or goes away and comes back • Sharp upper-body pain in the neck, back, and jaw • Severe shortness of breath • Cold sweats • Unusual or unexplained tiredness

• Unfamiliar dizziness or lightheadedness • Unexplained nausea or vomiting It is so important that it is worth repeating – time is of the essence. The sooner emergency medical systems are activated during a heart attack, the better chances for health and survival. Know the Facts Some conditions and lifestyle factors can put you at a higher risk for developing heart disease and having a

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ing and heart disease. Different tests can determine your risk level and help you manage cholesterol levels. High blood pressure – A person can have high blood pressure with no symptoms at all. When the pressure of blood in the arteries is too high, it can cause damage and be a major risk factor for heart disease. Lowering blood pressure can dramatically lower the risk of heart attack. diabetes mellitus – With

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The tournament featured a sold-out field of 40 adult teams and a field of 12 middle school teams, six teams more than last year’s previous high. Teams from Kennebunk, Old Orchard, Sanford and Biddeford were among those that participated. This year’s major sponsors included: Maine’s Credit Unions, Five County Credit Union, Hannaford Supermarkets, Martin’s Point Healthcare, CU Promise, Kemp Goldberg Partners, Wright Express, Kohl’s, Time Warner Cable, The University of Southern Maine, Texas Instruments and WPOR (101.9) Radio.

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BIddeFOrd – Childhood obesity is on the rise and can set children up for a lifetime of chronic health issues. According to a 2009 Maine Integrated Health survey conducted by the Maine Department of Education and Maine Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), 28.4 percent of Maine kindergarten students are overweight or obese. As part of its mission to keep our communities healthy, Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC), a member of MaineHealth, is working to battle the childhood obesity epidemic. SMMC recently accepted the second installment of a $50,000 grant for the continued implementation of Let’s Go! 5-2-1-0 in the Arundel, Biddeford, Buxton, Dayton, Hollis, Lyman, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Old Orchard Beach, and Saco communities. Let’s Go! is a nationally recognized childhood obesity

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~ Calendar of events ~ Saturday, February 16 Bean Supper The Trailblazers Family Club, Bills Lane, Wells, will hold an all-you-can-eat bean supper from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16. Price is $8 for adults, $4 for children, free for the younger kiddies. For more information, call 646-6030. Community Forum State Sen. Dawn Hill will host a community public forum from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, at Kittery Recreation Center, 200 Rogers Road. The focus of the forum will be a proposed two-year state budget. A forum is also slated from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday at York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road. meeting Slated A meeting of the Associa-

tion for Intelligence Officers will be 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Brick Store Museum Program Center in Kennebunk. Speaker Dr. Ali Ahmida, from the University of New England, will address a variety of topics about Libya, the Arab Spring, and extremists groups in his homeland. The event is open to the public. For information, call 207-9674298. Prime rib dinner A prime rib dinner will be served at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, at the York Elks Lodge, 1704 U.S. Route 1, York. Call 207-3612788. land Trust events Kennebunk Land Trust will sponsor three events over the weekend. On Saturday, Feb. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 17, from 10 a.m. to noon, Lynne Gobeil will host cross-country skiing at Alewive

Woods Preserve. And from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17, Tom McClain will host a hike/snowshoe at Wonder Brook Preserve. For more information about local events, please call 985-8734 or visit www.kennebunklandtrust. org. mission Breakfast The Lebanon North Berwick Baptist Church on Little River Road (2 miles from 202) in Lebanon will have their Mission Breakfast again, from 7 am to 10 am. There is no charge for this breakfast but a donation to the Mission projects would be appreciated.

Sunday, February 17 Bluegrass Jam Session A bluegrass jam session will be hosted from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17, in Friendship Hall at First Parish Congrega-

tional Church, 180 York St. This jam is open to all level musicians; audience members are also welcome. For more information, call 207-363-8371. dave Hollis on the Piano Join Atria Kennebunk for “Valentines Sunday” 2 p.m. with entertainer and pianist, Dave Hollis! Light refreshments will be served. Atria Kennebunk is located on Rte. 1 in Kennebunk. Please call 985-05866 if you have further questions. Classic Film A showing of the classic film “Green Mansions” sponsored by Ogunquit Performing Arts is slated at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17, at the Dunaway Center, 23 School St., Ogunquit. Chicken Shoot A chicken shoot will get under way at 1 p.m. on Sunday,

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~ ask The Computer lady ~ dear Computer lady, I have been receiving messages purported to be from Microsoft saying my Windows Activation period has expired and will become disabled in 28 days unless I activate it. Is this a scam? What should I do? Julia dear Julia, This is probably a scam. Sometimes, Microsoft does send messages warning a person that they have not activated Windows, but unless you have just installed a pirated copy of Windows on your computer, you shouldn’t be getting that message. Unfortunately, there are malware programs out there that will try to trick you into thinking that there is something wrong with your computer, and then asking you to pay them to fix it. Most of the time, these malware programs can be removed with a good malware removal program, but you have to be careful, there are a lot of scams out there pretending to be malware programs as well. I like to use Malwarebytes at: http://tinyurl.com/a898gl3 You can download a free trial and use it for 30 days, it will even let you clean out any infections it finds before you purchase it. Malwarebytes does not replace your antivirus software. Elizabeth dear Computer lady, I just got this new laptop for Christmas. When we are typing a lot of times the cursor will just move and start typing somewhere else. It is quite annoying. Now, as I type this it is not doing it at all. It is mainly happening when we type e-mails. Is there a simple fix for this problem? Thanks, Tara dear Tara, Most of the time, the problem you are describing is caused

by a sensitive touchpad. When you type, your wrists hover over the touchpad, or even rest on it, and your computer interprets this as though you were using the touchpad to move your mouse. This is actually a very common problem, and I have lots of solutions for you to try on my website. Here are just a few of the articles I have written about this problem: http://wp.me/pwwRq10D, http://wp.me/pwwRq-1c6, http://wp.me/pwwRq-13C Elizabeth dear Computer lady, When I come across a very interesting quote, article, and not the whole thing, I want to print it out! . My old PC would let me highlight the words, then copy and print. With my new Christmas “Dell” I can’t figure how to do the same thing. I do not want to print the whole article or page, just the facts of interest! Thank you! Vera dear Vera, The ability to highlight and print only certain areas of a page is not a Windows feature, instead it is a feature that some (but not all) printers include with their drivers. If your printer drivers have the feature, all you need to do is highlight the part of the page, and when you are setting up your printer options (where you select the number of copies you want to

print) There should be a section called, “Print Range” here you can select the current page or a range of pages, or a setting called, “Selection”. When you click on “Selection” and click “Print” only the selected portion of the page will print. If your printer does not include that option, and you want to print part of a web page, there is a website: http://www.printwhatyoulike.com/ that will help you. I have not used printwhatyoulike.com but there are quite a few people who love it. Elizabeth dear Computer lady, I think I’m correct in saying that if you delete a sent message in gmail, you also delete the entire conversation that that particular message relates to. In other words any replies or forwards deleted will delete the entire conversations. Dustyrider dear dustyrider, You make an excellent point, and one that I wouldn’t have thought to mention. There are actually two ways to delete a message in Gmail. One deletes the entire conversation, and the other only deletes a single message. Let’s take a look. When you send emails back and forth with one person, Gmail groups them together into something they call a “Conversation”. When you click on this conversation, the emails are all to-

gether, one on top of the other. If you click the “Delete” icon above the conversation, you will delete all the emails in that conversation. If you only want to delete a specific message in that conversation, click on that one message. Look in the upper-right corner of the message, you will see the date of the message, followed by an arrow (which is a shortcut to reply to that message) and then a drop down list (the icon is just a small triangle). Click on that triangle, and a list of available commands will appear, one of those commands is “Delete this message”. Click on this command, and only the current message will be deleted. Elizabeth Comments This Week: Posted By: Stan In Response to: Jumpy Cursor Comment: I only discovered your website two days ago when I tried to find out if anyone else out in cyberspace ever had what I came to call “a jumpy cursor.” The page of yours I found was one where you were explaining the various ways a person could fix the problem depending of course on the kind of computer they had. Like the person who was asking the question I too had a Dell laptop and quickly imple-

mented your quick and dirty solution, i.e., cut out a piece of heavy cardboard and made a movable flap by taping it over the touchpad. Ingenious! I have used computers since 1962 when I was a freshman at Case Institute of Technology and have used them on my jobs ever since; in all of those years your idea has to be one of the more cost effective and simple fixes I ever saw! Since the message I read was over a year old, I just hope you are still out there in business helping people with their computer problems. I’m sure I had my problems because I never learned to touch type and as a “hunt and pecker” my hands are always moving all over the keyboard and I’m sure that movement drives any sensors on my keyboard crazy. My problem is also complicated by the fact I’ve had symptoms of multiple sclerois for 45 years and my hands are a tad numb and are not always in the locations where I want them to be! In any event, I tip my hat to you! Stan 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/questions.

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...EVENTS from page 17 tures that stay active through the Maine winter. Become a trekking detective to discover the winter world of insects, birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. For ages 6 to 10. $50/40. Financial aid available. Registration required by February 14. Email suzanne@ wellsnerr.org or call 646-1555 ext 116. Also available on Wednesday, Feb. 20. radio Society The New England Radio Discussion Society will host a ‘Tech Talk’ at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the New School at 38 York St. in Kennebunk. Comprised of FCC-licensed amateur radio operators, the New England Radio Discussion Society meets bimonthly to discuss ham radio and radio communications technologies. For more information and meeting details, contact Alex Mendelsohn at 207-9678812. Kids Vacation Camp February 19-21,

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Wednesday, February 20 Benefit Supper Robert’s Maine Grill, Route 1, Kittery, will host a “Community Supper” on Wednesday, Feb. 20, to benefit Caring Unlimited, York County’s domestic violence resource center. A special threecourse dinner menu will be offered for $14 per person, with proceeds supporting Caring Unlimited’s programs and services, including: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, transitional housing, support and education groups, legal advocacy, schoolbased education and advocacy, and community-based education

and training. The “Community Supper” will begin at 4 p.m. and reservations are recommended. Visit: www.robertsmainegrill. com. NarFe A regular meeting of National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE) Agamenticus Chapter 590 will be held at the Kittery Estates, 220 State Rd., Kittery on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 11:15 a.m. A special speaker to be announced.

Thursday, February 21 Winter Wildlife day 10am-2pm. Bring the family to explore the trails and treasures of the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. Enjoy live animal presentations (10am and noon), go on a wildlife tracking walk (11am and 1pm), get bird-watching tips, and create a wildlife project to take home. Bring sleds and snowshoes if you have them (and if there’s snow). Presented by the Wells Reserve at Laudholm, Center for Wildlife, and York County Audubon. Free for all. FMI: 207-646-

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Parent’s Night Out Kittery Recreation Department offers the new Parent’s Night Out at the Kittery Community Center. Run by the S.A.F.E. staff, we’ll have pizza, crafts, games and a movie in the movie room. Space is limited so register early. For youth in Kindergarten - 8th Grade, Fridays, 6-9pm, February 22, March 15 & April 19. Cost: $15/first child, $10/siblings. For more information, visit www. kitterycommunitycenter.org.

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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide Clay Hill Farm Presents

$10 Tickets A La Carte Menu

Feb 15, 22 Mar 1 6pm

Bring your love, your family, your friends or all three and delight in an evening of classic literature and modern cuisine! Clay Hill style! Cyrano de Bergerac comes to life right at your table with drama, comedy, romance and even a little help from the audience!

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind dining event.

Limited Seating • Reserve Today! 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com 220 Clay Hill Road • Cape Neddick

207.646.5711 207 646 5711

Bar and Grill

2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1 • WELLS, ME

Monday - Thursday $12.99 Dinner an “Better Tihb!” Prime R

4pm to Close

Sirloin Strip Roast or Homemade Lasagna GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT

Every Thursday, 9-Close KARAOKE

WITH DJ DON CORMIN

$3 WELLS Lunch & Dinner

EVERY DAY 11-8, FRI-SAT ‘TIL 9

Vacation Week HOCKEY IS BACK School Show Your School ID The puck drops here!

$2.50

Bud Platinum or Bud Black Crown

Late Night Menu ‘TIL 12AM

1/2 PRICE APP or $5 CHEESE PIZZA Daily Specials

LIVE

ENTERTAINMENT - Feb. 16 ACOUSTIC JAM WITH RICKY GOLDEN Take Out

CALL AHEAD, WE’LL HAVE IT READY!

WWW.LITCHFIELDSBARANDGRILL.COM


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~ Where To dine ~

Named 2010

r of Restaurateu ear the Y e Restaurant by the Main Association

Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Dining Guide

Over 50 Items

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

Under $10

Celebrating 29 Years in Business Visit us online: www.mainediner.com

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

Happy Valentine’s!

THURSDAY WINTER WARM ME UP SPECIALS

Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

Every Thursday Night, enjoy a selection of five entrees, only $13.99 VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR A FULL MENU

BINTLIFF’S Ogunquit

DINNER RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED (207) 646-3111 335 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT BINTLIFFSOGUNQUIT.COM BREAKFAST / BRUNCH 8-2:30 DINNER / BAR 5:30-CLOSE Saturday & Sunday

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

DOLLAR MENU VALID 2/14/13 - 3/17/13 PLEASE PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING WARREN’S LOBSTER HOUSE 11 WATER ST., KITTERY, ME 207-439-1630 WWW.LOBSTERHOUSE.COM

Volume II - DOLLAR MENU

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

Cocktails:

(Limit 2 Per Person - No Exceptions)

Bloody Mary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Narragansett Lager (pint). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Warren’s Sangria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1

Appetizers:

French Onion Soup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Cup of Homemade Clam Chowder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1 Gravy Fries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1

Entrees:

Petite Lobster Roll on a Croissant w/ Sweet Potato Fries . . Shrimp & Chicken Jambalaya . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baked Stuffed Haddock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chicken Parmesan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fried Coconut Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mrs. Warren’s Baked Seafood Combo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Open Faced Prime Rib Sandwich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Desserts:

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

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*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. 18% Gratuity will be added to full value of check. Menu subject to change. Valid 2/14/13-3/17/13

Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant! Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com


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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide 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”

20% OFF Your Check

With this coupon. Monday-Saturday. Expires 2/22/13. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)

Angelina’s

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As usual, we will be closing for the month of March. Our last day is on February 24th. We will re-open on April 2nd. BUY ONE DINNER

646-3355

oshua’s

Restaurant in Wells

GET A SECOND DINNER

Open 5pm Tuesday through Saturday

www.joshuas.biz

Now Open at 7am Daily Present this coupon any day before 9am for our

Open 7am to 2pm daily

(207) 475-7289 1 York St, York, Maine

Behind the York County Federal Credit Union

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$3 Breakfast Special! Serving Breakfast & Lunch

Something for Everyone

Homemade Chowder, Soups, Breads, Dressings & Desserts

HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 4-9 Sat. Noon-9 Sun. Noon-8

NEW GLUTEN FREE 2 PAGE MENU

WED. NITE SPECIALS

Steak Tips Dinner $13.99 Bourbon Marinated Turkey Tips $11.99 All You Can Eat Fried Haddock Dinner $12.99

½ OFF

Monday Create Your Own Pasta Night! $15

Tuesday Pasta É Basta $17 A glass of Italian Red or White Wine, Tuscan Soup or Salad and choose one of 9 Special Pasta Dishes!

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

Wednesday & Sunday 3 Course Dinner $20 ANGELINA’S “COMMUNITY NIGHT”

* Not to be used with any other coupon or discount offer. Not available on holidays or holiday weekends. EXP 5/10/13 (WS)

*Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

Thursday Personal Wine Dinner $60 per couple

6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert

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

*Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

For the Month of February we are offering

Risotto Thursdays $9.99 Choice of Chicken & Spinach, Shrimp & Asparagus or Primavera Vegetable Risotto, served with Salad & Italian Bread

(served to one person only, no extra orders after 9 as kitchen is closed)

THUR. NITE SPECIAL

2 Dinners for $18.99

8 Dinner choices that change weekly.

FRI. & SAT. NITE SPECIALS Roasted Prime Rib Dinner $19.99 Grilled Delmonico Dinner $19.99

All above served (while supplies last) with soup or endless salad, and homemade breads, with choice of Barn or Crispy fries, rice, or baked potato.

TAVERN SPECIALS

FRI. - SAT. serving Lighter Fare till 10 WED. - FRI. Happy Hour 4-6 / Free Pizza! Mussels with Garlic Basil Butter $2.50 Daily

New generator – When the power is out, we are here to serve you.

1000 ROUTE 1 • YORK, MAINE • 207-363-4721

LAST WINTER WINE DINNER $ Friday, February 22 at 6pm

Wine Dinner Finale

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per person

plus tax & gratuity

1st Course: Eggplant Cutlets, Marinara & Mozzarella 2nd Course: Fried Calamari Salad 3rd Course: Veal, Pork, Beef Meatball Sliders 4th Course: Veal Francaise Homemade Fettuccini 5th Course: Biscotti & Gelato Sundae

Each Course is paired with Wine.

A vegetarian 3rd & 4th Course or fish can be substituted by request.

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Casual fine dining at affordable prices. Casual dress code. Angelina’s serves dinner year round, 7 nights a week from 4:30 until 10 pm. Reservations are suggested.


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~ library News ~

Berwick Public Library 300th anniversary event The first event in celebration of Berwick’s 300th anniversary has been rescheduled to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16. Robert Crichton will speak on “Berwick’s First Town Meeting 300 Years Ago” and Patricia Wall on “Into the Spotlight: Blacks of Early Berwick.” Anne Hahn will announce the winners of the Gingerbread House-making Contest. Kelly Williams will speak on “Letterboxing” while Mary Ellen Wright will hold “Children’s Activities.” Refreshments of gingerbread and cider will be served. Questions? Call 207-6985737.

For more Information Contact the library at 207698-5737 or visit www.berwick. lib.me.us.

lib.me.us.

D.A. Hurd Library

author to Speak The next program in a Pasco Author Lecture Series will feature Dana Pearson: “Two Birds” (a Debut), on Sunday, Feb. 24, at 2 p.m. “Two Birds” is the debut novel by former York County Coast Star Editor and award-winning columnist Dana Pearson.

Outreach The staff of D.A. Hurd Library will offer outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20. The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 27 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request. For more Information Contact the library at 207676-2215 or visit www.da-hurd.

Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library

For more Information Contact the library at 207967-2778 or visit www.graveslibrary.org.

Wells Public Library magician to Perform

Magician BJ Hickman will be giving his annual performance for the children of Wells at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at Wells Public Library.

Thursday, Feb. 28. Call the library at 646-8181 or e-mail kbryant@wellstown.org to register. Sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.

library Treasure Hunts On Feb. 21, and 22 the library will have a treasure hunt for kids all day. Maps and clues are available at the youth services desk. Contact Devin Burritt at 207-646-8181 or dburritt@wellstown.org with any questions.

reader’s Best Friend Trace, the library therapy dog, will be back on Saturday, February 23 from 10:30-12:30. Trace loves to read and visit with kids. For those readers brave enough to read out loud to Trace, we will have special treasures available. Registration is appreciated but not required. Sign up by calling the library at 646-8181, or e-mailing Devin Burritt at dburritt@wellstown.org.

making maple Syrup Ken Canfield, district forester with the Maine Forest Service, will offer a basic informational presentation on how to tap maple trees to create homemade maple syrup at 6:30 p.m. on

For more Information See LIBRARIES page 30...

~ Where To dine ~ OUR 39th

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Friday Night Pizza Caffé Prego pizza served after 5pm. Sunday Brunch à la carte menu served 10am-2pm.

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Winner in “Neighborhood Gem” & “Best Food” categories, serving handcrafted meals in a warm and casual setting.

Monday Night Comfort Food Extravaganza enjoy an entrée for $8.99. Choose from up to 8 of our favorite comfort foods. Winter Closing: Tuesday, February 19th through March 14th We’ll re-open on Friday, march 15th.

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BREAKFAST & LUNCH: FRI-SUN 8-2 DINNER: WED-SUN 5-Close Open Friday-Monday at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com

Also Gluten Free Menu and Products

“A Foodies Delight with exquisite fine foods, below the radar prices.” Contemporary flavors and creations perfect for a bistro.

Blue Plate Specials Return of Thursday’s Throwback Soup or Salad and Entrée - $16 Classic Comfort Foods with an upscale twist.

All photos by www.shanesmainephotography.com, York Harbor, Maine

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~ Puzzles & News ~ Brownies Launch Community Service Project OGUNQUIT – First-year Brownie Girl Scouts Isabella Bazata, Chloe Carbonneau, Tabitha Boudle, Troop mascot “Rusty” and Leaders Jo-Ann Gorlo-Bazata and Frances Reed begin their quest to beautify the Ogunquit Dog Park. Each year they choose a community project to support with proceeds from Girl Scout Cookie

sales. The girls are working with the OGT Dog Park committee to determine the best way to enhance the existing park for its customers, perhaps adding a wishing well, doggie hydrant or some doggie playground structures. Members of Ogunquit/Wells Troop No. 1103 will man Cookie Booths on Sunday, March 10, at Reny’s, Wells Plaza, from 11 a.m. to 2:30

p.m. and on Saturday, March 16, at Village Food Market from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (Missing from photo: Troop members Jessica Boyd, Amelia Rider, Alexandra Saparito, Tiffany Vevmany.) Girl Scouts of Maine provides services and support to over 16,000 girl and adult members statewide. For more info, visit www.girlscoutsofmaine.org. (courtesy photo)

CLUES ACROSS 1. Jam into 5. Egypt’s capital 10. Disfigure 13. Biblical Hamath 14. Vipera berus 15. The three wise men 16. “The foaming cleanser” 17. Earthquake 18. Breezed through 19. South Pacific island 21. Legal possessors 23. List of dishes served 25. Jai __ 26. Superhigh frequency 29. Farm fanbatic 34. Double agents 36. No (Scottish) 37. Peninsula off Manchuria 38. As fast as can be done (abbr.) 39. Apulian city 70121 40. Talk show host Philbin 42. USA’s favorite uncle 45. More coherent 46. PBS drama series 49. Retirement plan 50. Be obedient to 51. French river 53. __ fatale, seductive woman 56. Made a surprise attack 60. Winglike structures 61. Belittle oneself 65. Department of Troyes France 66. Mains 67. Shoe ties 68. A carefree adventure 69. Mariner or sailor 70. Modern chair designer 71. ____ Gin Fizz cocktail

4. Axiom 5. The frame around a door 6. Fruit drink 7. Ugandan Pres. Amin 8. Real Estate Services 9. Brass that looks like gold 10. Nutmeg seed covering spice 11. River in Austria 12. Eliminates 15. Canadian province 20. Green, Earl Grey and iced 22. Four ball advancement 24. Vaselike receptacle 25. Highest card 26. Unction 27. 1st of the books of the Minor Prophets 28. Symbols of allegiance 30. Farm state 31. A citizen of Iran 32. More dried-up

33. Alt. spelling for tayra 35. Perfect examples 41. One point E of SE 42. Secretly watch 43. Three toed sloth 44. __ student, learns healing 45. Liquid body substances 47. Act of selling again 48. Stroke 52. Selector switches 53. Speed, not slow 54. City founded by Xenophanes 55. Picasso’s mistress Dora 57. Having two units or parts 58. 2nd largest Spanish river 59. Delta Kappa Epsilon nickname 62. The cry made by sheep 63. Air Cheif Marshall 64. Perceive with the eyes

CLUES DOWN 1. Chew the fat 2. A prince in India 3. A Far East wet nurse

...THEATRE from page 23 $150,000. The Ogden Foundation partnered with the Maine Community Foundation to issue a challenge matching grant to encourage additional contributors. Center Director Janice Grady added, “Star Theatre has given us an important arts component to the overall Commu-

nity Center mission. It enables us to reach out to the surrounding region and build on Kittery’s growing reputation as a cultural destination.” For more information on Star Theatre contact the Community Center at (207) 439-3800 or visit www.kitterycommunitycenter.org

THANK YOU! You’ve helped us donate $85,000 in 2012 to these worthy York County charities: York Community Food Pantry York General Assistance Fund Footprints Food Pantry (Kittery) Fuel and More (Kittery) South Berwick Community Food Pantry Ethel’s Tree of Life (Kittery) Saco Food Pantry Stone Soup Food Pantry (Biddeford)

Answers to last week’s puzzles

LEEWARD Landing

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Your donated clothing and household items help to feed thousands of York County neighbors and keep hundreds more warm through the winter!


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~ News ~ Obituaries

Peter Heitmann, 74 NORTH BERWICK – Peter Heitmann, 74, passed away on Feb. 6 at his home in North Berwick, Maine, surrounded by his loving family. The son of Louis and Elli (Nieland) Heitmann, Peter was born in Lubeck, Germany, in 1938. He graduated from business college, and in 1962 immigrated to Montreal, Canada, where he was assistant export manager for Armstrong Cork. In 1967, Peter’s love of scuba diving brought him to York Beach, where he owned the Sands Motel and also the Basket Shop for 22 years.

Peter also worked for the York Recreation Department and was one of the original employees of Stonewall Kitchen. Upon retirement, he and his

Gregory Schwartz KITTERY POINT – Gregory Schwartz, died February 4, 2013, from complications of heart disease, with his wife by his side. Greg earned a bachelor of arts degree at Colgate, a MSW degree at New York University, and a Ph.D. in creative writing and literature from The Union Institute. He worked as a therapist in Portsmouth, N.H., for many years, having an expertise in working with domestic violence and couples. It was important to him that he made a difference, especially in terms of making the world a more peaceful place. Greg loved to write screenplays. He wrote four screenplays – one of which was award-winning and received a movie option.

He was a singer, having sung locally with The Funky Divas and Rock My Soul and was an excellent percussionist. He brought boundless shining energy to all he undertook. To quote his son, Dylan, “He was the most generous, loving, hilarious and talented man I have ever met. You will always be a part of me.” Greg married the love of

family moved to South Berwick. Along with his friends he enjoyed music, skiing Tuckerman’s Ravine, playing cards and traveling. Peter had a passion for sports, his greatest love being soccer, and he co-founded the York Soccer Club, where he was president and coached for many years. Peter is survived by his beloved wife of 44 years, Priscilla (Fernald) Heitmann; his sons, Erik Heitmann and wife Bethany of North Berwick and Justin Heitmann and partner Susie Jaggard of Amesbury, Mass., and his grandchildren, Eva and Sidney.

his life, Maddi Wallach, 23 years ago. He was her soul mate and life partner in the deepest sense of those words. He was a proud and loving father to his stepdaughter, Bailey, and his son, Dylan. He was completely delighted by his granddaughter, Grace, and his grandson, Sean. Greg was predeceased by his father, Myles, and his sonin-law, Paul Agakian. He also leaves behind his mother, Phyllis; a sister, Wendy Schwartz, and her partner, Amy; sister Suzanne Bauman and her husband, Alfred; brothers Jeff and Jon; his dog and walking partner, Noodle, and a large circle of close friends. A public memorial service will be held on March 2 at 2 p.m. at South Church, 292 State St., Portsmouth N.H. (courtesy photo)

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Our staff is first and foremost committed to providing the highest quality traditional burial, cremation, and memorial services while supporting our community in many ways. You can see our staff working with many community service organizations, such as Hospice, Rotary International, the American Red Cross, our churches, and our local Police and Fire Departments. Call us to talk about pre-planning in your home or ours.

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A memorial service celebrating his life was held Sunday, Feb. 10, at 1 p.m. at the First Parish Federated Church in South Berwick on Main and Academy Streets. The family asks that donations be made to the York Soccer Club, P.O. Box 527,

Gordon L. Boston, 72 DOVER, NH – Gordon L. Boston, 72, of Dover, N.H., passed away on Sunday, Jan. 27, at his home. He was born on Nov. 11, 1940, in South Berwick, Maine. He went to school there – then decided to go out to work. He moved into New Hampshire for a long time. He then decided to live in

York, ME, 03909. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick, Maine. Online condolences can be expressed at www.johnsonfuneralhomeme.com. (courtesy photo) Dover, N.H., on Abby Lane. He was by himself at the time of his death. He is survived by a brother, Merrill H. Boston, also of Dover, and three sisters, Edithe Jepson of North Berwick, Maine, Gretta Jepson of Wells, and Evelyn Rhodes, also of Wells. There will be family gathering in the spring at Woodlawn Cemetery in South Berwick, Maine, to say good-bye.

Donna (Buswell) Decato, 52 MANCHESTER, NH & NORTH BERWICK, ME – Donna Lynn Decato, 52, of North Berwick, Maine and Manchester, NH, passed away February 4, 2013 at Concord Hospital surrounded by her loving family. She was born on February 27, 1960, in Manchester, the daughter of Walter and Louise (Dutton) Buswell. Donna graduated from Merrimack High School in 1978. She served in the U.S. Military (1978 – 1981) and was so proud to be a veteran. She was Chaplain for the American Legion, and was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary in North Berwick, Maine. Donna was also serving as Post Sergeant-at-Arms of the Quint-Cheney Post #87. Donna loved life and was kind and caring to everyone she met. Her family meant everything to her. She was truly an “Angel” on this earth. Her beautiful spirit will remain in our hearts forever. She was predeceased by her father, Walter Buswell in 2000 and her stepfather, Edward Gazda in 2011. She is survived by her husband, Richard Decato, Jr., her children, Richard Decato, III, Michael Decato, and Katie Perez, all of North Berwick, Maine, her mother, Louise Gazda and sister, Sharon Buswell of Manchester, NH, her brother, Tim-

Donna (Buswell) Decato (courtesy photo) othy Buswell of Wells, Maine, and her beloved grandchildren, Ayden, Madison, and Emilia who brought so much happiness to her life. She is also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and her many friends. The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to Dr. Broketa and the Oncology staff at the VA Hospital in Manchester, NH for the excellent care given to Donna during her illness. A gathering was held at Phaneuf Funeral Home, 243 Hanover St., Manchester, NH on Saturday, February 9, with a Celebration of Life following. Interment will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Donna to the VA Medical Center, Women Veterans General Post Fund, 718 Smyth Road, Manchester, NH 03104.

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~ real estate ~ 207.384.4008 INFO@CENTURY21BARBARAPATTERSON.COM 96 PORTLAND STREET, SOUTH BERWICK, ME 03908

BARBARA PATTERSON

W W W. C E N T U R Y 2 1 B A R B A R A PAT T E R S O N . C O M

Real estate Guide

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Stonewall Kitchen Launches New Products

York – Award-winning specialty food manufacturer Stonewall Kitchen recently announced the launch of 40 new products, including three new flavors to its Simmering Sauces and Meal Starters category. Flavors include: American Chop Suey, Chili and Mom’s Meatloaf. “We launched the category last January with Buffalo Wing, Cacciatore, Coconut Curry, Coq Au Vin, Pulled Pork and Sloppy Joe sauces,” said Natalie King, executive vice president. “Due to the positive feedback from guests and retailers, we wanted to add to the category to give consumers more options for easy and delicious one-pot meals at home. These sauces are rich in flavor and spices and are sure to be a big hit during these cold winter months!” Additional new products include pancake and waffle mix, dressing, mustards, dessert baking mixes, sauces and homekeeping and decorator items.

Fair Tide Receives $1,000 Grant Kittery – Fair Tide, a nonprofit transitional housing program in Kittery, recently received a $1,000 grant from the Rosamond Thaxter Foundation. The Rosamond Thaxter Foundation is a private foundation. The Foundation funds charitable organizations that are located or perform their charitable acts within the area surrounding Kittery and Portsmouth, N.H., with a focus on the support of women and girls. Citing this is the second year it has received financial support from the Foundation, Fair Tide Executive Director Mary Oplinger said the importance of the award highlights critical funding needs for the agency.

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Friends of the Greater York Recreational Complex Announce New Sponsor YORK – The Friends of Greater York Recreational Complex (GYRC) recently announced the support of Perkins Real Estate in Ogunquit (www.PerkinsRE.com) as the volunteer organization works to bring a regional multi-generational complex to York. Christine Diehl, Broker, Perkins Real Estate, said, “My associates and I annually choose two organizations to support. We believe the Friends of Greater York Recreational Complex can maximize our sponsorship to the greatest advantage of our neighbors in our local communities.” “It’s an absolute honor to have the support of the hardworking professionals in the Perkins Real Estate office,” said GYRC President Ray McMahon. “We couldn’t be happier. It really makes a huge difference in our ability to continue to respond quickly to the demands of this project.” Perkins Real Estate and associates will be recognized for their generosity at an event on in “We no longer reliably receive funding in the form of vouchers, which help offset the cost of rent for program participants, she said. “This award provides us with general operating support, which allows us to apply the funds where they’re needed the most. We are so grateful.” Founded in 1998, Fair Tide is a prevention program that combines safe, affordable housing with comprehensive supportive services to keep people safe as they gain the necessary skills to obtain and maintain permanent housing. Referring to 2012 as “a

Perkins Real Estate with Friends of Greater York Recreational Complex (L - R) Rear : Michael Swant, Broker; Newell Perkins, Designated Broker; Julie Edminster, V.P., GYRC; Ray McMahon, President, GYRC; Michael Jones, Broker; Holly Breton, Managing Broker; Walter Kallenback, Broker. Front: Christine Diehl, Associate Broker; Maureen Clayton, Associate Broker; Jeanne Batchelor, Broker. (courtesy photo)

York hosted by Paul and Nancy Stolberg, on Saturday, March 2, at their home. Newell Perkins says the sponsorship is a reflection of the generosity of all the sales associates of Perkins Real Estate. “We’re all committed to giving strong year” for the agency with “significant community support,” Oplinger said she looks forward to continuing to diversify their funding streams in 2013. “From soliciting grants and increasing revenues from our thrift store to engaging both individual and corporate donors, we are committed to strengthening our Agency’s infrastructure so we can better respond to the needs of the homeless population,” she added. To learn more about Fair Tide or its One Warm Night Campaign, visit www.fairtide. org or www.facebook.com/ fairtide.

back to the community in a positive way. We appreciate the efforts of the volunteers of the Friends of Greater York Recreational Complex working to bring an asset of this size to the Southern Maine Region.” The mission of the Greater

York Recreation Complex is to promote and encourage opportunities for fit and healthy lifestyles by providing year-round recreation and enrichment programs through swimming, tennis and fitness to our residents and neighboring communities.

Picard Named Agent-of-the-Month Wells – Mitch Picard has been named Agent-of-the-Month by EXIT Oceanside Realty of Wells. “Mitch is a hard-working Realtor with a tremendous amount of credibility with people.” said Broker/Owner

Rick Coyne. Picard has 17 years of real estate experience in the southern Maine area. He joined EXIT Oceanside Realty in October 2012 and, according to the agency, he has doubled his listing inventory since he has been with EXIT.

Ogunquit Man Elected to Board of Kite Trade Association OGUNQUIT – Larry Smith of Ogunquit recently returned from Las Vegas where he was elected to the board of directors of the Kite Trade Association International. KTAI is a trade organization that supports kite retailers and manufacturers worldwide. KTAI recently held its 25th annual meeting and trade show in Las Vegas. Smith and his wife, Marcy, and daughter Tracy run the Ogunquit Camera Shop and Cricket’s Corner Toys and Kites in Ogunquit.

Smith has been active in kiting and the kite industry since 1987, when they opened Cricket’s Corner Toys and Kites. He started the Capriccio Festival of Kites on Ogunquit Beach in 1997. This year’s event is slated on Sept. 7. Each year 300 kites are given to children to decorate and fly on the beach. Smith also serves on the board of directors of the Ogunquit Playhouse and Ogunquit Baptist Church. He has also served on the board of Heartwood College of Art. (courtesy photo)

Local Democrats New Officers the kennebunks – Kennebunk & Kennebunkport Democrats elected new officers at a recent meeting. They are (L to R): Recording Secretary Ann Marie Briggs, Kennebunkport; Treasurer/Corresponding Secretary Suellen Goodman, Kennebunk; Chairman Patrick Briggs, Kennebunkport; Vice Chairman Jacqueline Welsh, Kennebunk. Outgoing Chairman Diane Denk will now serve as Chairman of the York County Democratic Committee. For more information visit www.kennebunkkennebunkportdems.org or call 967-3180. (courtesy photo)


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~ Pets ~ another Chance animal rescue NOrTH BerWICK – meet Steele Blue and brother Banjo: Steele Blue and his brother, Banjo, are the victims of abandonment, both left behind when their caretaker sold the property. The new owners of the property allowed the two cats to remain but the kitties were restricted to living in the attached barn. When second owner sold the property to the newest owners, the decision was make to remove the cats from the property. Steele is a blue Maine Coon cross spayed female. She is gentle, loving, an absolutely drop dead beautiful girl that loves attention and a warm lap to relax in. Steele has been Frontlined, vaccinations are current and she has passed her wellness exam. Steele is a little shy on first introductions, but warms to new people very quickly. She will be wonderful with older children, adults and small non aggressive dogs but would prefer to be an only cat. Brother Banjo is a handsome orange tiger neutered boy who is a big love. Banjo loves everyone. He doesn’t stand on formality introducing himself to whoever is in the room with him. Banjo loves his sister but the two are willing to part company if the new family can only take one of us. Banjo will do well with other cats, small non aggressive dogs, children of any age. Banjo, like his sister, is current on all necessary vaccina-

tions, Frontlined and has passed his wellness exam. If you are thinking that you would be a good match for one or both of these wonderful loving felines make plans to stop by the adoption center to meet and greet Steele Blue and brother Banjo. In addition to Steele Blue and Banjo, our featured pets of the week, we still have excellent teenage kittens, an increasing number of young adult cats, and a good number of adult cats. Adoption hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market St. in the village of North Berwick. Thrift Store Hours are Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturdays, and other hours “by chance.” One hundred percent of the profits benefit the animals in our care. Donations of items are always welcomed. Please note that donations of goods are accepted Monday through Thursday and Saturdays. No Friday donations. Support For life Our “Support For Life” program asks for the pledge of a $10 monthly donation. Your $10 combined with the monthly donations of others will help us meet our ongoing expenses and continue our work as a true “No Kill” organization. Please help us continue our mission to provide a safe environment and quality care for abandoned, abused, and lost

Safe Haven Humane Society WellS – The storm didn’t stop Safe Haven’s dedicated volunteers from climbing snowdrifts and battling high winds to push open our doors to care for our kitties. Inside our snug building the kitties blinked up from their naps to peer sleepily at the snow-covered faces of volunteers Kate, Lisa, Mike, Carl, Helga, Tiffany and others who came to be sure they were happy, healthy and fed. It is a wonderful thing to know that our cats are number one even during a blizzard. We’re grateful to our dedicated “snow angel” team who held down the fort during the worst of the ’13 blizzard. In a warm foster home on the lake, Safe Haven kitty Autumn chased after her favorite toy, ending with a slide across the new hardwood floors. Playful and safe in foster care, Autumn now spends her days joyfully being a young happy kitty. When tired from her romps with the other kitties and Chihuahua Teddy, she naps at the foot of the bed. Autumn is banned from

one room, however – the one where Pinwheel the guinea pig and caged pet mice live. She’s shown too much curiosity and desire to capture these innocent little ones. They stare out with unblinking eyes at Autumn in her ready-to-pounce position. Autumn will be a delightful family member in a home with a small dog, children who are pet-educated, and no caged animals please! Give Dori a call

animal Welfare Society WeST KeNNeBuNK – Visit the Animal Welfare Society table at the Maine Home, Remodeling, and Garden Show on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 16 and 17. We will be at the show on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event takes place at the Cumberland Country Civic Center in Portland. Adoptable pets will be visiting throughout the weekend. Come enjoy an amazing show and support the AWS at the same time. Otto Otto is as handsome as can be and just a darling to be around. He came to us from a shelter in the South, and is hoping to find a loving family here in Maine. Otto is a fun-loving boy who gets along with everyone. He would love to share his new home with other dogs, people of all ages, and maybe even a kitty. So if a gorgeous, good-hearted young man is what you are looking for, Otto may be just the boy for you.

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pets by becoming a “Support for Life” member and pledging a monthly donation. It is through your generosity that the organization exists and will be here to serve your community for years to come. at 251 5741 to learn more about Autumn. Also in Dori’s care is the lovely Abyssinian guinea pig mentioned above. Like all Abyssinians, Pinwheel’s hair is distinguished by growing in whorls called “rosettes.” This 3-year-old guinea pig is a tri-color cutie. Pinwheel loves to play in his tunnels and tubes, and snack on carrots and romaine lettuce. What Pinwheel needs is someone who can work with him to bring out his personality. Pinwheel would rather have a home without a dog or cat, and please no little children (they scare him). Let’s help Pinwheel find the best home for his needs. Adoption fee for Pinwheel is $20. Please call Dori at 251-5741 for more info. Feb 18: Maverick Monday and Adoption Event, 5 to 7 p.m. at our Adoption Center. Come

Jazzy Meet Jazzy, a 4-year old Bengal cat. Like the Siamese, Bengals tend to be talkative cats. Similarly, they have deep cries, so you’ll know when they’re the ones talking to you. Jazzy is true to her breed, though she’s not a constant chatterbox. She’ll let you know if she’s happy or looking for attention, but she does have her periods of quiet, relaxing time. In fact, that’s what this regal gal prefers; finding a cozy spot to curl up in and catch a nap. She’s friendly and gladly accepts attention, but she won’t follow you around, rubbing your legs every chance she gets. Jazzy’s good looks, friendly demeanor, and unique breed would make her a welcome addition to most any household. Stop on in today to meet Jazzy and see for yourself just how sweet she is. Snow White This lovely little princess is Snow White, an adult Cockatiel. Snow White is eagerly awaiting someone to come along and whisk her away to a castle to call her own. Like typical Cockatiels, and play with the kitties and help socialize the shy ones. Adoption team will be there to assist you if you’d like to apply. Feb 21: Maverick Thursday, 5 to 7 p.m. at our Adoption Center. Meet the kitties of Safe Haven, brush them, play with them, and love them.

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~ arts & entertainment ~

‘rigoletto’ Broadcast Slated for Saturday

POrTSmOuTH – Met@The Music Hall will continue its current series with a broadcast of “Rigoletto” on Saturday, Feb. 16. The day will kick off with Opera Connection - a pre-broadcast conversation led by Dennis Neil Kleinman starting at 11:30 a.m. at the Loft. The broadcast in the Historic Theater begins at 1 p.m., while a Post-Opera Dinner at The Library Restau-

rant adjacent to the Historic Theater, has two seatings at 4:45 and 5:15 p.m. This adaptation of Giuseppe Verdi’s 1851 play takes place during the 1960s in Las Vegas. Rising Italian conductor Michele Mariotti leads the new production premiere of “Rigoletto,” seen in a new staging by the Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer in his Met debut. Contact The Music Hall

Ogunquit museum of american art to Host Program for docents OGuNQuIT – The Ogunquit Museum of American Art will offer free informational sessions for prospective docents and volunteers at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at Kittery Art Association, and at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 6, at York Art Association. A short film about the museum will be shown at each session, and docents from OMAA will be on hand to answer questions. Docent and volunteer training will take place at the museum in late April. The museum’s season runs from May 8 to Nov. 1. “Last year, our information sessions were very well attended and brought us talented and knowledgeable docents and

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volunteers. Since 2013 is the 60th anniversary of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, we expect an increase in visitors wishing to view our permanent collection as well as the exciting special exhibitions and events,” said Phyllis Giordano, Docent Committee Chair. “Docents lead tours and answer visitors’ questions about our exhibitions, and volunteers help with special events. These informational sessions are an easy way for interested people to learn more about the museum, ask questions of a current docent and pick up application forms.” To sign up or for more information, please e-mail Phyllis Giordano at pgiordan@maine. rr.com or call 363-1082.

‘Pinocchio’ to be Presented BIddeFOrd – The Academy of Developing Artists of Maine will offer performances of “Pinocchio” at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, and at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, at ADAM, 432 Elm St. Tickets will be $10 and $13 at the door. box office at the Historic Theater (28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth), or call 603-436-2400 for ticket information.

Cutler Shows abstract drawings at Kittery Salon KITTerY – Bess Cutler, a long-time participant in the national and international contemporary art scene, will present an exhibition of her recent drawings starting on Friday, Feb. 15, at the Doo Hair Salon, 25 Government St., in Kittery. The show will begin with an opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibition will be a “first” for Cutler following some

Open Call to local Young artists KeNNeBuNK – River Tree Arts is celebrating Youth Art Month with an open call to all artists, ages 3 to 18. To honor young and talented local artists, this open call allows students to submit one piece of art work to be displayed in a March gallery exhibit. Artwork may be framed with wire for hanging or displayed unframed. If unframed, RTA will use pins to hang work. Artwork can include paintings, drawings, photographs, sculpture or pottery.

Ribbons will be awarded to one student in each category: preschool, K-2, grades 3-5, middle school and high school. The show will be on display March 8 to 30. Drop-off for artwork submissions will be on March 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, please call River Tree Arts: 207.967-9120. River Tree Arts, a nonprofit arts center specializing in art and music classes and lessons for children and adults, is located in Lower Village, 35 Western Ave., Kennebunk. Visit www.rivertreearts.org.

Comedy Headliner to appear at Portsmouth Club POrTSmOuTH – The Pearl in Portsmouth will host a special comedy event on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 8 p.m. when national headliner Joe Yannetty, who is a regular in Las Vegas and on cruise ships as well as having more than 40 television appearances, will be perform at the 45 Pearl St. venue. Yannetty is a Las Vegas regular who performs on cruise ships and has had 40 television appearances. Yannetty’s TV credits include dozens of television shows, Comedy Central, HBO, Cinemax, The Rosie O’Donnell Show and ABC’s 20/20 and more. Yannetty has appeared at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Also appearing at the Feb. 23 show will be Sal Votano and

35 years of owning and operating under her own name contemporary galleries in Boston and in Los Angeles, along with the Soho area of New York City. Her career in pioneering contemporary art has featured reviews and profiles in The New York Times, both in its magazine section and dailies, as well as in various major art magazines. Also, her efforts have included career development for artists, and art consulting for private and corporate collectors old and new. After a career of nearly four decades, Cutler said, “It is amazing that this is my first exhibition since the mid-1970s when I was attending graduate school at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.” Cutler has spent the last five years living in Kittery where she has organized two life-drawing groups. She also maintains her art consulting work with York Hospital as her major client as illustrated by the collection she recently assembled for the hospital’s new branch in Kittery. The exhibition at the Doo Salon will be on display for two months. The public is welcome. Please call 207 439-4009 for current viewing hours. Contact Cutler at besscutler@comcast.net or Doo at 207 439-4009 for more information.

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SPORTS marshwood alpine Team Triumphs BrIdGTON – The Marshwood boys’ alpine ski team took first place in the last regular season slalom race on Shawnee Peak’s East Slope with 17 points. Marshwood was followed by Scarborough (34), Windham (68), and Kennebunk (87). Scoring for Marshwood were Dakota Greenblatt (first), Jason Beland (third), Hayden Pearson (fifth), and James

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King (eighth). The Marshwood girls’ alpine ski team came in second place with 34 points following Kennebunk with 29 points. Scarborough (53), Windham (60), Gorham (75) and Cheverus (104) rounded out the competition. Scoring for Marshwood were Sophia Syrene (fourth), Riley Wilber (seventh), Brittany Bossi (11th), and Maggie Dowd (12th).

Berwick Girls Falter in Hard-Fought match SOuTH BerWICK – The Berwick girls made the long trip to Kimball Union Academy and dropped a hardfought game 47-37. Berwick falls to 11-4 on the season. The Lady Bulldogs came out cold in this one – scoring only 2 points in the first 8 minutes. It was an uphill battle all

night. Berwick closed to within 4 points at 30-26 with about 10 minutes to go, but could get no closer. Maggie DuChene scored 8 points for Berwick. Torie St. Pierrre contributed 7 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals. Dominique St. Pierre and Rebecca Siegel each scored 6 points.

Team registration Scheduled leBaNON – Lebanon baseball and softball signups for ages 4 to 12 have been scheduled. Registration is set 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 26 and March 12 in the Hanson School lobby, and from 10 a.m. to noon on Feb. 16 and 23 and March 2 and 9 at Lebanon Fire Station. Any player who does not

sign up by March 12 will be put on a waiting list. The registration fee is $50 per player and $35 for each additional family member. Any player who registers at the February signups will receive a $5 discount. No child will be turned away because of the inability to pay the registration fee.

BIddeFOrd / aruNdel – Richard J. LaRue, D.P.E., professor and NAS Fellow, in the University of New England Department of Business and Communications, has been recognized by the American Association for Physical Activity and Recreation (AAPAR) with the “Pathfinder” Award, the association’s highest honor. The award was presented at the 2012 National Convention of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, in Boston, Mass. on March 15. Introduced in 2010, the Pathfinder recognizes a member who has made a significant difference to AAPAR and to one or more of its structures. Qualifications for the award include outstanding leadership in the profession; educational contributions encompassing more than one facet of physical activity or recreation, such as service, scholarship, or teaching; educational contributions of national significance through the medium of physical activity or recreation; and social and humanitarian All players must bring a copy of their birth certificate. Registration for Lebanon Babe Ruth teams, ages 13 to 15, will take place at the same times. Fee is $75 per player. For more information, call 207-457-1230 or 207-457-1406.

association and national committees, including: the AAHPERD Social Justice Committee, the AAHPERD School and Community Committee, the AAHPERD Finance Committee, the AAPAR Awards and Nominations Committee, and the AAPAR and AAALF Executive Committees. LaRue is a fellow of the North American Society for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance. He has served on the National Association for Sport and Physical Education-North American Society for Sport Management Sport Management Program Review Council both as a reviewer and as a member of the council. Over the years of his involvement with AAHPERD, Dr. LaRue was awarded the AAALF and AAPAR Honor Awards, two AAPAR Presidential Citations, and several Council-Level Awards for Leadership, Recognition and/or Service. Dr. LaRue is completing his 14th year of service at the University of New England, and his 31st year of teaching in higher education. He resides in Arundel. (courtesy photo)

concerns. Dr. LaRue is the third recipient of this prestigious award. A member of American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD) and AAPAR/American Association for Active Lifestyles and Fitness (AAALF) for over 30 years, he has served in a number of leadership roles, including president of AAPAR; AAALF representative to AAHPERD Board of Governors; chair of the Council for Facilities and Equipment; and on numerous

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...LIBRARIES from page 22 Contact the library at 207646-8181 or visit www.wells.lib. me.us.

Kennebunk Free Library School Vacation Week Kennebunk Free Library will offer programs for children of all ages during school vacation week. In addition to these special events, the regularly scheduled story times will be held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:15 a.m. There will be no Monday story time, as the library will be closed for Presidents’ Day. Kids Yoga On Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 2 p.m., children ages 2-5 and a caretaker will be invited to try yoga.

Group participants will learn various animal poses in a class geared especially for preschoolers partnered with an adult. Space is limited. Pre-registration and a waiver form are required for all participants.

Teen anime Club On Thursday, Feb. 21, at 3:30 p.m., the Teen Anime Club will meet. This ongoing group for students in grades 6-12 views and discusses anime, and shares manga drawing tips.

Hunger Games Party On Wednesday, Feb. 20, at 2 p.m., students in grades 6-12 can attend a Hunger Games party. In this popular series, rulers maintain control through an annual televised survival competition pitting young people from each of 12 districts against one another. The library will host a Jeopardy-style trivia game based upon the first book in the series. Participants are invited to come in costume. Students are asked to pre-register.

Cowboy Storytime The library will host a Cowboy Storytime on Friday Feb. 22, at 10 a.m. Children ages 4 and up are invited to hear stories, sing songs, and create crafts. Please pre-register. For more Information Contact the library at 207-985-2173 or visit www.kennebunklibrary.org.

Lebanon Library Saturday events Story time will begin at

10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16, at Lebanon Library. A winter carnival will get under way at 11 a.m. and a craft program will commence at noon. On Saturday, Feb. 23, story time is scheduled at 10:30 a.m. Gingerbread Man stories are planned and children will decorate a gingerbread cookie. For more Information Contact the library at 207457-6082 or visit www.lebanonme.org.

York Public Library Film Screening York Public Library will host a screening of the critically acclaimed “Beasts of the Southern Wild” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24. Admission is free.

Sen. Dawn Hill will host a Community Forum from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 16. Poetry evening Tuesday, February 19, 6:30 p.m. Please bring poems to share, either your own or favorite poems by someone else. At least one poem should relate to the theme for January which is cabin fever. Readings occur in round table format and are facilitated by Priscilla Cookson. Video Conference Attorney Sean Norton will discuss ways to obtain free tax preparation for the 2012 tax year in a video conference slated at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at the library. See MORE page 32...

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~ News & Classifieds ~

York County retired educators Offer Trips

YOrK COuNTY – The York County Retired Educators offers trips to members and non-members, anyone who wishes a nice day out. We are offering the following three trips: The York County Retired Educators have reserved seats at the Leddy Center on March 20 for the 2 p.m. performance of The Man Who Came to Dinner. Lunch will be at the Old Salt Restaurant in Lamie’s Tavern and Inn in Hampton, N.H. The cost will be $62 which includes transportation, tickets, lunch, all taxes and tips. Mail your check to Freda Weaver at P.O. Box 91, York ME. 03909 by the Feb. 15 deadline. Find out how much fun is “Wicked Good Fun” on April 24. The York County Retired Educators will be going to the Oxford Casino, Maine’s newest fun attraction. Featured are over 700 state-of-the-art reel and video slot machines as well as games of blackjack, roulette To place your

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CNA/PSS 3-11 Positions are available now either part-time or full-time

Sentry Hill Retirement Community is looking for CNAs or PSSs who enjoy helping seniors have a better life. In exchange, we will offer you a rewarding job where you can make a difference. We are looking for individuals who are hospitality minded and who have compassion, respect and integrity. Please send your resume and cover letter by email or post to:

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Administrator Sentry Hill at York Harbor 2 Victoria Court York, Maine 03909 mdunham@mainecare.com

and craps. You must be 21 to come on this trip. The cost of this trip in is $25 and includes a $10 credit for the slot machines. Your meal is not included but the Casino Grill is available with menu items in the $8-10 range The cost does include transportation and driver’s tip. Don’t be disappointed. Mail your check to Freda Weaver at P. O. Box 91, York, ME 03909 before March 23. The York County Retired Educators have reserved seats in the center balcony for the 8 p.m. show on Friday, May 10 for the Boston Pops. Featured this year is the filmed anima-

tion showcasing selections from the original Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 along with the live concert performance of classical music brought to life by the Boston Pops conducted by Keith Lockhart. The cost will be $80 which includes transportation, tickets, all taxes and driver’s tip. We will stop at the 99 Restaurant for dinner on your own before the concert. Mail your check to Freda Weaver at P.O. Box 91, York, ME 03909 before the March 23. Any questions? Call Freda at 363-4763, Rita Drew at 3243543, or Fern Dondero at 3614270.

...TOUR from page 32 to meet other athletes and play my best,” he said. The 2013 Colonials Ambassadors team will tour Scotland in April 2013 as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of introduction of basketball in Scotland. The team will be hosted by Scottish basketball clubs in Inverness, Dundee, Edinburgh and Falkirk. As on all Colonials tours, Kevin and his New England teammates will be hosted by the families of their Scottish basketball peers. The Colonials Ambassadors program is sponsored by the

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New England Colonials International Basketball Club.Founded in 1980, the New England Colonials International Basketball Club is a non-profit, volunteerrun program that has as its central purpose the support and encouragement of international friendship and understanding between New England studentathletes and their peers around the world. Donations can be made on behalf of Kevin’s efforts and commitment. A FirstGiving fundraising page for the 2013 Ambassadors tour has been created and can be viewed at http://www.firstgiving. com/fundraiser/scott-bryson/2 013ColonialsAmbassadorsTour Please be sure your donation indicates Kevin’s name, to whom the gift is directed. Donations may also be made to the team in general. Donating through FirstGiving is safe and secure. For additional information, please contact Scott Bryson at 508-734-5660 or by E-mail at necolonials@aol.com. Parents and players interested in future tours may learn more about the Colonials’ program online at the team’s website located at www. NewEnglandColonials.net.

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Town of Eliot, Maine Customer Service Representative (Assistant Clerk) The Town is seeking an individual to perform the duties of Customer Service Representative (Assistant Clerk). This is an advanced clerical and customer service position in which the incumbent performs a wide variety of complex and highly detailed clerical transactions while having extensive customer service interaction including but not limited to: motor vehicle registration, collection of taxes/utilities and reconciliation of miscellaneous cash receipts. Municipal office experience and knowledge of software applications such as Word and Excel are preferred. For further information and job description, please contact Wendy Rawski at the Eliot Town Office, 1333 State Road, Eliot, Maine 03903 (207)439-1817. Letters of interest and resume must be received by the close of business February 22, 2013. This is a full time position; pay range is $14.00 to $16.92 depending on experience. The Town of Eliot is an equal opportunity employer.

...MORE from page 30 “red” York readers Theater Friday, February 22, 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, February 23, 7:30 p.m. York Readers Theater performs “Red” by John Logan. Set in artist Mark Rothko’s studio in the late 1950’s when he was working on his Seagram murals, Rothko and his young assistant, Ken, discuss the meaning of art. Winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best Play. Winter Concert Series Sunday, February 17 at 3 p.m. Elizabeth Lorrey crafts a dark blend of edgy, intense acoustic rock: slow-cooked, finely seasoned, with a hint of Suzanne Vega simmering in The Cure. She performs regularly throughout New England and her newest CD, “Bittersweet” was just released in December. Cormac McCarthy, on stage humorist and one of New England’s finest songwriters, sings of a heartfelt, sometimes funny, sometimes desperate, sometimes glorious world of common people, struggles, hope, relationships, madness, and love, with a silky baritone voice and just enough grit. For more Information Contact the library at 207363-2818 or visit www.york.lib. me.us.

William Fogg Public Library Book Group Katherine Boo’s “Behind the Beautiful Forever” will be discussed at a meeting of the Wednesday Evening Book Group at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 20, at William Fogg Public Library, 116 Old Road, Eliot. “The Cat’s Table” by Michael Ondaatge will be the read-

ing selection for March. Tax Preparation William Fogg Public Library is hosted AARP free tax preparation from 1 to 4 p.m. on Mondays and from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Call 207439-9437 for more information. Teddy Bear Picnic Tuesday, Feb. 19, 10:3011:30 a.m. Bring your teddy bear or favorite stuffed animal friend for stories, songs, games and healthy snacks. Make a festive winter crown for you and your fluffy friend! All ages. Please call or come in to sign up. Center for Wildlife’s Winter adaptations Program Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2-3 p.m. The Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick is the largest wildlife medical rehabilitation facility in northern New England, caring for over 1,650 injured or orphaned animals every year. This program, featuring three of the center’s live Wildlife Ambassadors will focus on how our local wildlife adapts to the winter and how we can spot the different species in the snow. Best for ages 4 and up. Please call or come in to sign up. drop-in Preschool story Time Thursday, Feb. 21, 10:3011:30 a.m. “There’s a rumble in the jungle, there’s a whisper in the trees…” Come hear some of our favorite wild animal stories, songs and rhymes and make an a fun craft to take home. For ages 3-6. No sign-up necessary. For more Information Contact the library at 207439-9437 or visit www.williamfogg.lib.me.us.

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CASH FOR GOLD & SILVER York American Legion Farmer’s Market, 9 Hannaford Dr,York

SATURDAYS 9AM-3PM FEB. 16, MAR. 2, 16 & 30 Clean out your jewelry box and fill your pockets WITH CASH Proceeds to benefit local veterans. FMI: 207-363-0376

puBliC notiCE PUBLIC HEARING To: Marianne Goodine or Elizabeth Littlefield, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine; GREETINGS: 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 19th day of February, 2013 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. A list of the posted roads is available at the Town Hall or on the web at www.wellstown.org. Given under our hands this 5th day of February, 2013. TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN


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~ Classifieds ~ fiREWood / pEllEtS

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wInter rentAL wAnted Would like to rent an oceanfront condo or home from Dec. 2013 to March 2014. View of the ocean most important. Two retired persons and a retired service dog. Max rental $2000/month. Call 207-361-1536

LcB BookkeePInG Lee Bryant QuickBooks ProAdvisor 207-475-5495

BerwIck - unFurnISHed 3 BR, 1100 sq.ft. 1st floor apartment, updated including efficient forced hot air, W/D hookups, new kitchen, private driveway, porch, private yard, great shape, move in ready. $885 w/ water and sewer. Great deal! No smoking. Pets are ok. Call 207-451-7329

york - roommAte Mature female wanted for year round, furnished room. Kitchen, laundry & utilities included, but not phone. No smoking, no pets. $400/month. Call 207-363-3312.

Green FIrewood Cut, Split & Delivered $200/cord Eric Hobson 207-467-0621 SeASoned FIrewood Quality & Quantity Guaranteed $265/Cord Free Local Delivery 207-337-0773 SeASoned 16” FIrewood Cut, Split & Delivered $245 / Cord 207-439-5974

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AutoS WAntEd junk & uSed veHIcLeS wAnted (207) 423-0068 / (207) 363-7492 Please leave message.

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we need rentALS! We have renters but not enough homes in York, Kittery, Eliot and S. Berwick. Call us to list your long term property for free. No obligations or restrictions! BILL joneS reALty teAm 207-636-7531 www.billjonesrealtyteam.com rentAL wAnted Spacious 1 bedroom unit needed in Short Sands Beach area. Year round lease required. 603-306-2143

ACCountinG LAurA S. LeBer, cPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: laura.leber.cpa@gmail.com B/A AccountInG roberta (Bobbi) macrum, cPA Bookkeeping, payroll, tax prep Small business consulting bonded & insured money mgmt Call 207-850-1292 or email baaccting@gmail.com

pERSonAl ASSiStAnCE truStwortHy retIree will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) play checkers, scrabble, cribbage & other card games. 4) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 5) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519 or 207-240-6168

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moBilE HomES foR SAlE kIttery - $79,000 3 BRs, 2 BAs, 1297 sf, 2003 Model at Yankee Commons. Fireplace, W/D, easy access to Rte. 1&95. Call Joanne, REMAX Realty One 207-337-2359

itEmS foR SAlE uSed FurnIture Portico’s Porch 438 Main St-South Berwick 207-384-0900 Online store: porticosporch.com

SnoW ploWinG Snow PLowInG Dependable and Experienced Fully Insured Serving in No. Berwick Area 207-409-6567

Wanted to buy * Antiques * Silver * Gold * Chris Lord antiques

SHIrLey’S SPotLeSS Home cLeAnInG Dependable, thorough, and trustworthy. 207-439-1363

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EquEStRiAn SERviCES HorSeBAck rIdInG LeSSonS: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970

coAStAL cLeAnInG ServIceS Cleaning for homes and rentals in York County. Insured. References upon request. Call Joanne 207-676-9098 The Weekly

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oGunQuIt: Year-round, one-bedroom garage apartment including utilities and one-bay garage. $900/month Ogunquit Rental Properties 207-646-1500 moody, mAIne rentAL 3 Bedroom house, 1 mile to Footbridge parking lot, no pets, no smoking. $1000/month plus utilities. 207-324-0710 LookInG For A rentAL? You may be able to buy! 100% financing available for many homes. Call Norma @ Portico Realty 436 Main St, So. Berwick ME 207-384-4663 207.384.4008 96 Portland St. So. Berwick, ME

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Things to Know About Motor Oil When it comes to taking care of their vehicles, many motorists prefer to be overly cautious. While that’s not necessarily a bad thing, there are times when being too cautious can unnecessarily cost you money. Motor oil, and when to change that oil, has long been a point of contention. Many drivers grew up being told that motor oil should be changed every 3,000 miles. However, that myth has been debunked for many of today’s vehicles, which should come with suggested intervals between oil changes. According to Edmunds.com, in 2010 the average interval for oil changes was 7,800 miles. In addition to changing a car’s motor oil less frequently, there are other things drivers should know about motor oil. Oil does not necessarily need to be changed before a long trip. Taking a trip? While it’s good to have your car examined before embarking, if the recommended oil change interval is not up, then you do not need to preemptively change your oil. Such a

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change is likely unnecessary and will not improve the performance of your vehicle during the trip. Black oil does not necessitate a change. Conventional wisdom once suggested if the oil on the dipstick is black then it needs to be changed. But nowadays automotive professionals are noting that black oil is doing its job and different additives might be changing the oil’s color, which means the oil doesn’t need to be changed. You can use petroleum-based oil after using synthetic. Another longstanding myth regarding motor oil was that once you use a synthetic motor oil instead of a petroleum-based oil you have to continue using synthetic oil, which is often more expensive than more traditional motor oil, in order to avoid harming the vehicle. However, automotive professionals have noted that these two types of oils are now often blended, meaning switching back and forth from one to the other is not likely to cause any damage to

The staff and family at Starkey Ford would like to THANK the local community for making 2012 one of THE BEST YEARS IN OUR 57-YEAR HISTORY!

OVER 700 NEW & USED VEHICLES SOLD & OVER 7,000 FOREIGN & DOMESTIC VEHICLES SERVICED Our customers are the focus of everything we do and we look forward to serving you and our community for many years to come! DEALERSHIP: Mon-Thurs 7:30am-7pm, Fri-Sat 8am-5pm ★ SERVICE: Mon-Fri 7:30am-5pm, Sat 8am-NOON

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Vehicle Showcase Use the Correct Octane Gas for Your Automobile A variety of factors come into play when a person is deciding which new or previously owned vehicle to purchase. While body type, model year and make all are considered, shoppers should also look into what type of fuel the vehicle needs. Many drivers are aware of the different grades of gasoline available at the pump. Unleaded versions come in regular, plus and premium varieties, which coordinates to the octane of the gasoline. The octane rating of gasoline tells a driver how much the fuel can be compressed before it spontaneously ignites, rather than igniting normally from a spark plug in the vehicle engine. Lower-octane gasoline can withstand less compression than higher-octane gasoline.

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* All lease payments 48mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT & GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $1,499 cash or trade due at signing. All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner, Valued Owner, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees.

* All lease payments 48mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT & GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $1,499 cash or trade due at signing. All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner, Valued Owner, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees.


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Vehicle Showcase ...TEENS from page 36 skills. Once your teen has become familiar with the vehicle, a good next step is to find a back road or a road without heavy traffic where he or she can learn more subtle driving skills that might be difficult to learn in a parking lot. Coming to a stop, maintaining a safe distance between vehicles, accelerating and decelerating on roadways and learning to share the road with pedestrians and/ or cyclists are all valuable lessons that can be learned on a back road without heavy traffic. Some lessons are best learned on the freeway. Some skills, including changing lanes and merging into traffic, are best learned on the freeway or highway. Teens will eventually take to the highway once they get their driver’s license, so it’s best to

teach them how to handle using on and off ramps and learning to yield when entering a highway so they’re comfortable with such driving and don’t have to teach themselves. Teach kids to anticipate other drivers. Anticipating other drivers is a lesson even some veteran adult drivers must learn, much less teen drivers with little or no experience driving. When teaching teenagers to drive, emphasize how difficult it can be to anticipate other drivers’ maneuvers and how defensive driving techniques are designed to help drivers predict what other drivers will do in order to protect themselves from drivers who might be unpredictable. Teach teens to keep an eye out for drivers routinely switching lanes without signaling and tell them to be mindful of other drivers when they pull up to a stop sign. Teens who will

can decrease visibility and headlights might not provide much help. Like learning to drive on the highway, learning to drive at various times of the day is a valuable lesson that kids should learn with their parents in tow and not on their own after they have received their driver’s license. (MetroCreative photo)

become good drivers will eventually find such techniques are second nature, but initially parents should instruct them in the ways to anticipate the behavior of other drivers so the teens can stay safe on the road. Practice driving at different times of the day. Taking teens out to drive at different times of the day can teach them that road conditions, even when the weather is nice, vary depending on the amount of light. Driving at dusk and dawn, for instance, can be difficult because glare from the sun

The articles in this special section were provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.

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439 US Route One York, ME 03909 84 School Street Ogunquit, ME 03907

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*Offer valid at close of escrow on model home only (pictured above) on or before 06/30/2013. Buyersʼ eligibility subject to valid State of Maine Purchase and Sale Agreement for full price with zero Seller concessions for closing costs or otherwise. Market Value of automobile as advertised is US $18,900.00. Offer void where prohibited.

KITTERY - Spacious, 3 BR, 2 BA Bungalow with flexible floor plan includes a large eat-in kitchen, bamboo floors, leaded glass, pocket doors, loft area, full daylight basement with pellet stove, and room to expand. Large deck with seasonal water views. ROW to Spruce Creek. $259,888

WELLS - The Foxbird is an energy efficient ʻNet Zeroʼ attainable home offering simple 1-floor living. This thoughtfully designed 2 BR, 2 BA Ranch model features a large granite kitchen, master BR with private BA, maple floors, over-sized windows and entertainment deck. $319,000

SOUTH BERWICK - Spacious and private Cape with in-law apartment on lower level. Flexible, open concept plan is great for entertaining and features a large eat-in island kitchen, 1st floor master suite, and formal DR. Wood floors, large windows and plenty of storage. $349,000

KITTERY - Seasonal water views from this 2-story home built in 1925. Great starter home offers 1-car attached garage, private deck and enclosed porch, with easy highway access and close proximity to shopping and the shipyard. $249,888

YORK - Walk to Short and Long Sands beaches, restaurants and shops from this stylish, finely detailed, quality constructed beach home. Open floor plan offers granite kitchen with breakfast bar, high ceilings, wood floors, expansive windows and enclosed, glass sun porch. $449,900

YORK - Short stroll to beach from this spacious, bright, 3 BR, 3 BA Colonial tucked away from the road on an acre of landscaped grounds. Open concept with large rooms and option to expand into 3rd floor walk-up attic. Low maintenance 2nd home or investment property. $449,000

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OGUNQUIT - Desirable Ogunquit location! This 4 BR, 3.5 BA Cape features a beautiful, landscaped, 1 acre lot nestled on a quiet street within walking distance to Perkins Cove, beaches and downtown shops and restaurants. Potential to subdivide lot. In need of exterior TLC. $799,000

2 Building lots available at the end of a private road off Route 103. Lot B $84,900 Lot C $89,900

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