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â€œPeople Matterâ€? at the New Madisonâ€™s Cafe
Nicole McCoomb and Sean Roy, business partners at Madisonâ€™s Cafe, opening in South Berwick in April.
By Carin Lee, Staff Reporter SOUTH BERWICK A new restaurant, Madison's Cafe, will open the beginning of April at 12 Portland Street, in South Berwick, on the town square. It's motto is â€œWhere all people matter,â€? and the majority of its employees will be people with Intellectual and Development Disabilities (IDD). The cafe is the brainchild of Nicole McCoomb, whose 18-year old daughter, Madison, has developmental
delays. She wanted a place for her daughter to thrive after high school graduation â€“ a place that would teach her daily life skills and allow her the dignity of work and a paycheck. McCoomb has lived in South Berwick for 17 years and has 3 children in the school system. She saw an empty restaurant downtown, a lack of opportunities for people with IDD and put the two together. She has been a waitress and bartender for years, so the res-
taurant business was very familiar to her. She was inspired by a Facebook video of a family with two children with Down's Syndrome who had opened a coffee shop. The video captured her thoughts and McCoomb decided to open Madison's Cafe. Her goals are simply to â€œserve good, healthy food and to provide a learning place for people with IDD.â€? The restaurant will serve See MADISON page 3...
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~ News ~ Historical Society Offers Vacation Camp for Kids YORK Unplug from todayâ€™s busy world and learn new skills ...MADISON from page 1 breakfast and lunch six days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. On the menu for breakfast will be baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, oatmeal, fruit cups, smoothies, tea, coffee, cappuccino, and lattes. Lunch will offer sandwiches, salads, soups, smoothies, coffees, yogurt parfaits and desserts. And yes, there will be gluten-free options and take-out offered. Additionally the cafe will have WiFi. McCoomb is striving for a cheerful, comfy, like-home atmosphere. There will be a small table and 4 chairs for young children, a comfy couch, and a counter at the window looking out over the square. In the summer there will be six to eight tables on the outside patio. Sean Roy is McCoomb's business partner. According to him he is, â€œthe builder, handy man and all-around do-it guy.â€? He will be involved in the dayto-day running of the operation. Madison's Cafe will employ anyone of any age who struggles with IDD. It's goal is to fit the job to the individual, taking advantage of each employee's strengths and teaching to their weaknesses. There will be opportunities to do food prep, deliver food to tables, wash dishes and clean. McCoomb has enthusiasm and a vision. â€œI think about the restaurant 24/7 and every day I have a new idea.â€? She does believe â€œIt takes a village to raise a childâ€? and wants community involvement in her restaurant. High school students are invited to work there to fulfill their community service hours. She will host paint nights once a month, birthday parties and tea parties. And she'll fundraise for local sports teams, donating a portion of one day's profits to them. â€œThe community is excited and supportive,â€? says McCoomb. Other businesses want to help. â€œOur Facebook page has blown up.â€? McCoomb describes her daughter Madison as â€œfunny, sassy and lovable.â€? She was named last year's Prom Queen. One of the highlights of Madison's high school years has been the time she has spent doing community service work. She volunteers at Sharon Knight's Berwick Early Learning Center, where she loves the babies and toddlers. Madison knows the cafe is named for her, and is still trying to take it all in. McCoomb believes, â€œThese people can do so much, given the chance. Our customers will
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during Old York Historical Societyâ€™s â€œMakerâ€? Camp! This fun Camp will expose kids to the world of 19th Century muralist Rufus Porter and teach them Porterâ€™s methods for successful future projects. The theme for the camp is â€œYou can Paint on the Walls.â€? Design and paint large decorative wall panels following step-by-step instructions, then add your house and pets to your custom land and waterscape along with familiar landmarks such as The Old Gaol and Sewallâ€™s Bridge! Grind pigments and prepare paints as did Limners, self taught itinerant artists, who decorated early 19th Century interiors in York and surrounding areas. learn so much, and leave with a smile on their face.â€? The logo for Madison's Cafe is a cup of coffee over which the steam curls into a heart.
The camp will be held February 21-23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Parsons Center, 3
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SOUTH BERWICK The incredible tale of a young girl captured in Wells and taken to Canada in 1703, never to return, is the subject of an upcoming Old Berwick Historical Society (OBHS) talk. Dr. Ann Little
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open to the public. Donations are gratefully accepted. â€œWheelwrightâ€™s story is an astonishing personal account of a life transformed by three cultures that defined the colonial era,â€? said Nina Maurer, consulting curator for OBHS. â€œCrossing borders and navigating social upheaval is the core of our 2017 lecture series, focused on cultural frontiers.â€?
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Esther Wheelwright (16961780) embodies the imperial conquest of North America like no other eighteenth-century figure, yet she has been largely written out of the story of American history. Dr. Little explores what Wheelwrightâ€™s journey reveals about English, Wabanaki and French cultures that vied for control of a continent. Born and raised to age seven in Wells, Wheelwright was taken in wartime by the Wabanaki in 1703 and taught to pray as a Catholic and live as a Native girl. At age twelve, she was enrolled in the Ursuline convent school as a student, where she would remain for the rest of her life as a choir nun, eventually becoming the first and only foreign-born Mother Superior of the order. Little is the author of two books focused on women in New Englandâ€™s early history, including
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The Many Captivities of Esther Wheelwright, recently published by Yale University Press. She is an associate professor of history at Colorado State University and received the David and Dana Dornsife Fellowship from the Huntington Library in California to pursue her research in 2014. The OBHS lecture series coincides with a new Counting House Museum exhibit opening in June, entitled Forgotten Frontier: Untold Stories of the Piscataqua, about eight diverse characters who competed for control of their destiny in this region 400 years ago. OBHS lectures are generously sponsored by Kennebunk Savings. More information is available at www.oldberwick.org.
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~ News ~ American Legion Seeks Nominations for Citizen, Business of Year BERWICK Charles S. Hatch Post #79, The American Legion, is seeking town resident’s nominations for their upcoming 2017 Citizen and Business of the year honors. If you know a citizen or business person who has made a difference in Berwick through volunteering, to promote good government, community excellence or who has made other noteworthy contributions that have benefited the town, please take the time to nominate them for one of these awards.
Technical Center for HS Students SANFORD The Sanford Regional Technical Center (SRTC) provides educational opportunities to students from eight area high schools in York County as they prepare for their lives after graduation. Current 10th and 11th grade students from the following high schools are invited to file applications for a program of their choice: Kennebunk HS, Marshwood HS, Massabesic HS, Noble HS, Sanford HS, Traip Academy, Wells HS and York HS. Home schooled students who reside in the communities served by these schools are also eligible for participation in SRTC programs. More information regarding the programs available at SRTC can be found on the website at http://sanford.mainecte. org. Applications are available on the website and may be filed for first round consideration now through the deadline of March 10. For the application, choose “Admissions” from the home page and then “Apply Online.” Interested students and parents are invited to attend an Open House on Tuesday, February 28, 6-7:30 p.m. to learn about the programs offered, tour the center, and meet the staff. SRTC is located at 52 Sanford High Boulevard in Sanford. If you have any questions, contact Deanna Farrell, Student Services Counselor, at 207-3242942 or email@example.com.
Nomination forms are available at the Berwick Town Hall, the Berwick Library, the Berwick Town Website www. berwickmaine.org or the American Legion, Post #79 website (www.berwickmelegionpost79. org). All nominations must describe the reasons the person or business should be recognized and be signed by the individual making the nomination. Residents should submit their nominations to Citizen/ Business of the Year, P.O. Box 977, Berwick, ME 03901. Deadline for receiving nominations is 3 March 2017. Recipients will be announced at the Citizen and Business of the Year Dinner, to be
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Saturday, February 18 Eden Specialty Ciders at Jefferds Tavern At 6 p.m, Eleanor Leger from Eden Specialty Ciders will discuss how her products are made. The company is a nationally recognized boutique producer of wine-style ciders carefully crafted from locally sourced, sustainably grown apples. Jefferds Tavern, 3 Lindsay Road, York. $50 per person, $45
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Youth Presidentâ€™s Day Event York Art Association, 394 York Street, York, presents â€œExploring Our Winter Worldâ€? from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sponsored by Altrusa; scholarships available. The event will include drawing, dance, music and poetry. It will culminate with a short performance. The session will be taught by artists, Corrine Gilman and Virginia Calvo for ages 6 to 13. Youth may bring lunch and snacks will be available. Arrive between 8:30-9 a.m. $20 for members; $25 for nonmembers. Register at http:// www.yorkartassociation.com/; 207-363-4049; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Friday, February 24 End 68 Hours of Hunger Benefit The Pastor of the Christian Life Church in Eliot, is hosting a benefit for End 68 Hours of Hunger of Eliot and South Berwick on Friday, February 24. The program provides bags of food to foodinsecure students every weekend. The program currently feeds 32 children, from pre-k to grade 12 in the Marshwood school District, every weekend. Contact the church for more details.
Saturday, February 25 Courageous Grandparenting Seminar York Street Baptist Church is hosting the seminar from10 a.m.-4 p.m. Lunch is provided. A unique event for grandparents to be intentional about the way they fulfill their biblical roles as grandparents. Dr. Glen Havumaki will lead the seminar that builds on the material of Calvin Harperâ€™s book, â€œCourageous Grandparenting: Unshakable Faith in a Broken World.â€? $50/ person or $85/couple and includes a copy of the Calvin Harper's book. Register at 207-363-2177 or online at www.familybuilders.net.
Sunday, February 26 Chicken Shoot Held at the York Elks Lodge at 2 p.m. Fun, food, and prizes. FMI: 207-361-1788.
Tuesday, February 28 Mardi Gras Pancake Supper Fruit cup, pancakes, bacon, toppings, beverages. $5 donation. From 5-6:30 p.m. at. First Congregational Church, 1361 State Road, Eliot. FMI: 207-450-8079.
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~ News ~ Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Team to Build in Guatemala YORK COUNTY Over the past several years, Habitat for Humanity, York County has helped fund the construction of more than 32 homes for families in need in the Central American country of Guatemala. This project supports Habitat for Humanityâ€™s mission of â€œA world in which every person has a decent place to live.â€? Expanding on this effort, Habitat for Humanity York County will send a team of volunteers to Guatemala to
work on home constructions in March. It also sent a team there in 2015. The 12 volunteers are all York County residents, many of whom also volunteer at the Habitat for Humanity York County ReStore in Kennebunk. The housing deficit in Guatemala is estimated at approximately 1.2 million homes, and many families live in poorly constructed houses made of unstable materials such as adobe, corrugated metal sheets, wood planks or palm thatching. Others, who
lack even such basic structures, pay over half their monthly incomes on rent or crowd into homes where several families occupy the same small house or room. The team will travel to the Guastatoya District of the country and work at an altitude of
1,700+ feet on the construction of homes for two families. â€œThe volunteer teamâ€™s role in the project is to provide labor for the build. While weâ€™re only there for 9 days, it is estimated we reduce construction time on the project by a monthâ€?, says Bill Parks, who is the team leader.
â€œWorking alongside local contractors with rudimentary tools and the family members who must also work on their future home never fails to give volunteers a deeper appreciation of their own home and family,â€? See HABITAT page 8...
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This monthly group will meet on Saturday, February 18 at 10:30 a.m. The book "Among the Shadows" by Bruce Robert Coffin will be discussed. All are welcome even if you haven't had a chance to read the book. Bruce will also present a free author talk and book signing on February 22. Join both for exciting discussions. At the time of his retirement from the Portland police department, Coffin supervised all homicide and violent crime investigations for Maineâ€™s largest city. Following the terror attacks of 9/11, Bruce spent four years working counter-terrorism with the FBI, earning the Directorâ€™s Award, the highest
Call the library at 207-698-5737 or visit www.berwick.lib.me.us.
William Fogg Library AARP Tax Aide Program Trained AARP Tax Aide volunteers will be at the library on Monday afternoons from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. and Thursday mornings from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. until April 13, 2017 to answer federal and Maine income tax questions and help with preparation and electronic filing of income tax forms. Volunteers can also assist with the Maine Property Tax Fairness Credit (formerly known as the Property Tax and Rent Refund Credit or Circuit Breaker) and the new Sales Tax Fairness Credit. Schedule an appointment.
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D.A. Hurd Library Exhibit Celebrates Black History Month The library will host an exhibit of art pieces, mask faces, and furniture from western Africa. Claudy Boy,
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robot helpers? Will we need to make escape pods just to make it home again? Find out on Thursday, February 23, any time between 3-4:30 p.m. This is a drop-in program for Grades 2 and up, teens welcome.
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Call the library at 207-985-2173 or visit www.kennebunklibrary.org.
This is an exploration of science topics (such as those involving our changing environment) through books, film and discussion. The four-part series brings together popular fiction books and video featuring authors, scientists and everyday people who thrive on exploring the natural world. The program is free; books will be provided.
For More Information Call the library at 207-676-2215 or visit www.da-hurd.lib.me.us.
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â€œFinding Doryâ€? Movie Showing on Tuesday, February 21 at 10:30 a.m. Dory is a wide-eyed, blue tang fish who suffers from memory loss every 10 seconds or so. The one thing she can remember is that she somehow became separated from her parents as a child. With help from her friends Nemo and Marlin, Dory embarks on an epic adventure to find them. Popcorn served. Rated PG.
Build A Better World - Painted Paper Collage Workshop Wednesday, February 22 at 2 p.m. Painted paper makers are needed to help get ready for the summer. Kids can come and paint paper collage on papers that we will then prepare for use during our 2017 Summer Reading Program, Build a Better World. Children who volunteer to help may do a smaller painting to take home with them!
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Chewonkiâ€™s Traveling Natural History Program will introduce you to the role bats play in ecosystems ranging from the Maine woods to the South American rainforests. Participants will leave the program with an appreciation for the diversity of bats in the world and for their place in the natural ecosystem. All ages welcome.
Wednesday, February 22, for ages 5 & up Folding airplanes at 6 p.m. and flying competition at 6:30 p.m.
â€œPeteâ€™s Dragonâ€? Movie Shown on Thursday, February 23 at 1 p.m. Popcorn served. Rated PG.
For More Information Call the library at 207-384-3308 or visit www.south-berwick.lib.me.us.
Wells Public Library' BJ Hickman Magic Show Wednesday, February 22 at 10:30 a.m. Using comedy magic, dazzling deceptions, audience participation and mind-reading miracles, the magicianâ€™s shows are a popular favorite throughout New England. Prepare to be amazed.
Family Movie Night Thursday, February 23 at 6 p.m. Have fun eating popcorn and hanging out with friends while enjoying the show.
Bats of the World Presented by Chewonki Friday, February 24 at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, February 22 at 12 p.m. If meditation is something you are curious or passionate about, this program is for you! Learn how to consistently incorporate mediation into your life in order to increase health, wellbeing and inner peace. Wellness Coach Cindy Simon will lead.
For More Information Call the library at 207-646-8181 or visit www.wells.lib.me.us.
York Public Library â€œMia Madreâ€? Film Shown February 26 at 3 p.m. In Italian with subtitles. Acclaimed Italian director Nanni Moretti finds comedy and pathos in the story of Margherita (Margherita Buy), a harried film director trying to juggle the demands of her latest movie with a personal life in crisis. American actor Barry Huggins (John Turturro) initially presents nothing but headaches and her crew is close to mutiny. This well-crafted film won several European awards. Rated R for language. 106 minutes.
For More Information Call the library at 207-363-2818 or visit www.york.lib.me.us.
...HABITAT from page 7 added Parks. Team members must pay their own round-trip airfare to Guatemala, plus any personal expenses. Funding for the building project is done through personal donations by the team members, fundraising activities, and donations in support of individual team members, or for the team collectively. Any individuals or organizations wishing to lend support to the project are invited to go to the website www.habitatyorkcounty.org to read more about the project and to see how they can make a donation in support of the team.
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~ News ~ Wells High School Students to Compete on Maine Quiz Program WELLS Six Wells High School students have been selected to form a team consisting of four players and two alternates to represent WHS on a new television quiz program created by Maine Public called â€œThe High School Quiz Show: Maine.â€? The program will feature eight high school teams from around Maine in three levels of competition including a final championship round. Maine Public was formerly known as the Maine Public Broadcasting Network. High schools wishing to send a team had to first qualify interested students. This was done with a preliminary test provided by Maine Public. Out of the 30 schools to take this quali-
fying test, only the eight highest scoring schools were selected to appear on the program. WHS English teacher Ann Bechan was appointed to be the teamâ€™s coach. Bechan initially gathered together a group of students from various grade levels for the preliminary test. Now, with her team in place, Bechan is conducting practice sessions until the quarter-finals in March. The idea to enter the contest was that of WOCSD volunteer, Lou Macellaro, who learned of the competition in the fall and presented the idea to Assistant Principal Josh Gould. â€œIt is publicity for the schoolâ€? said Macellaro who believes the competition is also good for the WHS student community. Macellaro believes
students will watch the show when it is aired and participate in the excitement of the games â€œvicariously through television.â€? The website mainepublic.
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Atty. Meredith G. Schmid Joins Elias Law OfďŹ ces YORK Attorney Meredith G. Schmid of York has joined Elias Law Offices as an Associate Attorney. Attorney Schmid is a graduate of George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia, had previously attended and graduated from Penn State University, and now remains a devoted supporter of the Penn State Nittany Lions. Prior to joining the York office of Elias Law Offices, Attorney Schmid was employed by the United
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defending clients charged with criminal OUI/DWI and drugrelated offenses, as well as other misdemeanor and felony charges, and providing expert legal advice and trial-related services in Family Matters, including Divorce, Legal Separation, Child Custody, and Child Protection. Attorney Schmid, with her husband and two children, relocated to Maine after hearing the call of the New England Seacoast.
Bazata Named Winner in The Knot Best of Weddings 2017 OGUNQUIT Jerry Bazata owner, DJ Jaz Music and Entertainment and MaineDiscJockey.com has announced that he was selected as a 2017 winner in The Knot Best of Weddings 2017 and The Knot Best of Weddings Hall of Fame, awards representing the highest-rated wedding professionals as reviewed by real couples, their families and wedding guests on The Knot, the leading wedding brand and marketplace. This is the 4th year Jerry Bazata has been selected for The Knot Best of Weddings. In its eleventh annual
year, The Knot continues its longstanding tradition of supporting local wedding vendors with The Knot Best of Weddings 2017, an annual by-couples, and for-couples guide to the top wedding professionals across the country. To determine the winners, The Knot assessed almost one million reviews across the various vendor categories â€” venues, musicians, florists, photographers, caterers and more.
Jerry Bazata has over 25 years of experience as a professional mobile entertainer. He has been a featured speaker numerous times at the International Bar & Restaurant Show in Las Vegas, the International DJ Expo in Atlantic City and national wedding industry networking and trade show events. He provides guidance and inspiration to help Brides, Event Planners and Wedding Vendors achieve the perfect event.
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Meadowmere Resort Highlights Local Charities for Family Fun OGUNQUIT Meadowmere Resort has announced that it will partner with local charities to offer onsite Art & Animal Afternoons this February 20-23 and April 17-20. These programs offer family fun from 1 to 4 p.m. and highlight four outstanding charities that work with the arts and animals locally: Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Center for Wildlife, Animal Welfare Society and Art Hope. â€œThe Meadowmere Resort is thrilled to partner with these amazing organizations,â€? said Allyson Cavaretta, Director of Sales & Marketing at Meadow-
mere Resort. â€œThis outreach is a natural extension of our Appreciation Weekends and our teamâ€™s dedication to creating memorable experiences in the Family Serving Family motto. This is a great way for families visiting the area to have a fun learning experience at the Meadowmere.â€? Each afternoon will feature a charity and the opportunity to unplug and to learn in a creative, educational and fun atmosphere. Schedule of events and additional information available online at www.meadowmere.com or at 207-646-9661. Pre-registration for each event is required.
WinterFest Soup Contest Results KENNEBUNK February 4 brought WinterFest to downtown Kennebunk. While there were many activities for locals and visitors to participate on that cold day, the talk was all about the 8th ...QUIZ from page 9 is not like the popular Jeopardy show in that it â€œâ€Śis focused on academics-anything typically covered in school, as well as general information about Maine. It's more the academic quiz-style show with questions posed directly to each competing team.â€? Maine Publicâ€™s website states there will be four preliminary rounds or quarterfinals, two semifinals followed by the final round or championship game. The taping day for the quarterfinal session that WHS will face off with Oak Hill High School in will be held on March 25 at Maine Public's Ladd Studio in Lewiston. If they succeed in that round they will move on to the semifinals later that day. The championship round will take place April 8 in Lewiston. The winning team will take home a trophy, individual certificates plus $1,000 for its schoolâ€™s Project Graduation or something similar with the runner-up team receiving $500 for Project Graduation or similar. All of the 30minute shows produced from this project will be aired on Maine Public Television at a date to be determined. According to David Boardman, the following high schools are also participating in the new quiz show: Bonny Eagle High School in Standish, Falmouth High School, Marshwood High School in South Berwick, St. Dominic Academy in Auburn, Oak Hill High School in Wales, Cape Elizabeth High School, and Oxford Hills High School in South Paris. Alternate teams are: Brunswick High School, and Noble High Schools in Berwick.
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annual soup competition. This yearâ€™s competition was different as the trophy, used for the past 8 years, was retired. Festival Committee Volunteer Jack Bates, who has run the competition for the last 7 years, coordinated to bring in local chef judges for a Chefâ€™s Choice award. This yearâ€™s judges were the chef and owners of Academe at the Kennebunk Inn, Brian and Shanna Oâ€™Hea. They carefully tasted and discussed the 12 soups submitted by area restaurants. The Oheaâ€™s picked the Smoked Chicken and Grilled Corn Chowdah from H.B. Provisions in Lower Village. Eric Adema, the storeâ€™s new General Manager, was on hand during the event and indicated that he was glad they could participate. With the chef judging finished, the doors to the Holy Cross Lutheran Churchâ€™s kitchen were opened to the public for
Duo to Bring Vintage Country Music Back WEST KENNEBUNK The duo of guitarist/vocalist Jim Prendergast and fiddler Ellen Carlson will make a return visit to the â€œConcerts in West K!â€? series in February with another round of rootsy, vintage country music. The concert will take place Sunday, February 19, at 3 p.m. Prendergast and Carlson last performed in West K in November of 2015, in one of the seriesâ€™ most popular offerings. Their appearance in February comes in response to many requests to have them return. Prendergast and Carlson treat audiences to a journey through the classic repertoire of vintage country music, everything from the Carter Family to Hank Williams to
YORK Local Author Crystal Ward Kent will be offering a program on writing and drawing for children at the York Library on February 22, at 1:30 p.m. Kent is the author of two judging of The Peopleâ€™s Choice award â€“ which went to Salt & Honey for their Roasted Pepper Bisque with Blue Cheese Crestini. Kidâ€™s Choice went to Cherylâ€™s Sandwich Shoppe for her Shepherdâ€™s Pie Chowder. For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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popular children's books, â€œTugboat River Rescue: The True Story of a Tugboat Rescue on the Piscataquaâ€? and â€œThe Bad Cats of Biddeford,â€? as well as â€œHarvest Maine,â€? â€œMainely Kids: A Guide to Family Fun in Southern Maine,â€? stories for Chicken Soup for the Soul and numerous magazine articles. Kent will read from â€œThe Bad Cats of Biddefordâ€? then talk
maintains an active schedule of teaching as well as performing. Admission to the concert is by donation at the door. Suggested levels: $15 adults, $10 youth and seniors (under 18/ over 65), with a $35 maximum for parents with children. For more information: pfwells51@ gmail.com; 207-985-2831. about how to get ideas for stories, what goes into creating a book, and provide some basic drawing instruction. Attendees can also purchase copies of â€œTugboat River Rescueâ€? and â€œThe Bad Cats of Biddefordâ€? autographed by the author. The library will provide drawing paper, pencils and markers. The program will last about an hour and is free of charge. Contact the York Library for more information at 207-3632818. The library is located at 15 Long Sands Road in York.
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BUSINESS & FINANCE ...PLAN from page 14 one that stock as a gift, they would get smacked with that same tax burden. Leave an heir the stock in your will, though, and something called steppedup cost basis allows them to avoid that big tax burden. With stepped-up cost basis, the stock gets a fresh start and the person only has to pay capital gains tax on what it earns after they inherit it. â€˘ Keeping all your assets under joint ownership. When youâ€™re married, itâ€™s natural to put everything in both your names. But itâ€™s not the prudent approach when it comes to appreciating assets, such as brokerage accounts, individual stocks and investment real estate, Perrone says. Thatâ€™s because when one of you dies, the surviving spouse loses half of the stepped-up cost basis benefit. Take that $1 million worth of stock that was purchased for $100,000. If it was under joint ownership, when you died the $1 million would be added to $100,000, then divided by two.
The resulting $550,000 would be the new cost basis for the surviving spouse. If the spouse tried to sell it at the $1 million value, he or she would pay taxes on $450,000. If the ownership hadnâ€™t been in both names, the spouse would owe no taxes. Instead of joint ownership, you could title the account to read POD (Paid on Death) or TOD (Transfer on Death) or ITF (In Trust For), which allows the spouse to receive it without losing the stepped-up cost basis benefit. â€˘ Failing to plan at all. This goes back to that hesitancy about talking about death. Thatâ€™s where a financial professional could come in handy. That person wonâ€™t bring the emotional baggage to the subject that you do. â€œThey can provide you with an objective look at the facts, pointing out what you should be doing and how to go about doing it,â€? Perrone says. â€œOne other mistake people make is they wait until death is knocking at their door before they start looking into what to do with their estate,â€? Perrone says. â€œBut tax laws wonâ€™t allow some
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Marion W. Giles, 91 WELLS – Marion W. Giles, 91, longtime resident of Drakes Island in Wells, died peacefully on Monday, January 30, 2017. Marion, affectionately known as “Yamma” to family
and friends, Marion was born in Cleveland and grew up in Longmeadow, MA. She earned her Associates Degree from Larson Jr. College. In 1946, after his return from WWII, Marion married Cary Stuart Giles. Together they raised four children: Stuart of Christiansted, St. Croix, Marilyn (deceased), David of Cape Coral, Florida, and Holly of Kennebunk. Avid tennis players and terrific dancers, Marion and Cary embraced the Drakes Island community, building their first summerhouse there in 1952 and making it their year-round home after Cary retired in 1988. For years, Marion would ride her bike around the island, visiting friends and dropping off homemade goodies. They liked to travel, too,
and visited many countries and continents. Marion especially loved the warmth of the Caribbean and spent many winters in the islands, particularly Grand Cayman. Full of pep, fun and persistence, Marion was a force of nature-a “dance on the table” kind of lady. Active in the Drakes Island and River Club (Kennebunkport) communities, Marion wouldn’t sit on the bench for anything-well into her 80’s she played tennis, power-walked on the beach, and enjoyed gardening, bird watching, and social and family gettogethers. Marion’s energy and spunk live on in her 10 grandchildren, and 2 (soon to be 3) great grandchildren. A gathering for family and friends will be held at Drakes Island in June and will be an-
nounced at that time. Should friends desire, memorial donations may be made to the Animal Welfare Society, PO Box 43, West Kennebunk, ME 04094; or Laudholm Trust, PO Box 1007, Wells, ME 04090. To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, please visit Marion’s Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral.com. Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street, Kennebunk.
Andrew D’Angio White to be Installed as Rector KENNEBUNK On Sunday, February 26, at 4 p.m., the Rev. Andrew D’Angio White will be installed as the 4th rector of St. David’s Episcopal Church in Kennebunk. D’Angio White, 32, celebrated his first Sunday with the people of St. David’s on December 4, 2016. He comes to Maine from Newark, NY, east of Rochester, where he served as Rector for the Northeast Partners in Episcopal Ministry (NPEM), a cluster of three congregations (plus a summer chapel) that share clergy leadership. During his tenure, NPEM was recognized for their contributions to the farmworker community by Rural and Migrant Ministry, a New York-based service and advocacy group. “I am thrilled to be joining the people of Saint David’s and to be starting a new chapter together”, says D’Angio White. “Saint David’s is a vibrant community dedicated to sharing the Gospel and I’m honored to serve with them.”
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D’Angio White was chosen to lead the congregation after a 24 month process of discernment led by lay members. Warden Bruce Brauninger said, “Father Andrew is a collaborative leader, well spoken, a good listener, and brings a lot of energy to St. David’s. We are excited to have him lead our parish.” Members of the community are welcome to gather for the installation as the church marks the celebration of D’Angio White’s new role with the church. The Rev. Canon Michael Ambler, representing the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, will officiate. The Rev. Jennifer Zogg, rector of the Church of the Epiphany in Rumford, RI, will
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Rosemary J. Menter, 73 NORTH BERWICK â€“ Rosemary J. Menter, 73, of Sanford, passed away unexpectedly February 13, 2017 at Southern Maine Health Care. She was born January 14, 1944 in Danvers, MA, the daughter of Douglas and Shirley (Pugh) Farnsworth. In 1948, when Rosemary was 4-years-old, the family moved to North Berwick where she lived for most of her life. She was a 1962 graduate of North Berwick High School. Rosemary worked on the family farm and learned a good work ethic from it. She remained a hard worker for the many years she was a Nurseâ€™s Aide for several nursing homes, among them, North Berwick Nursing Home, Margowanda Nursing Home and retired from Berwick Estates. Rosemary loved children and throughout her nursing career, she also cared for children in her home. She was also a Girl Scout leader for several years. Rosemary was pre-deceased by her parents Douglas and Shirley Farnsworth and sister, Judith Coyne. Surviving are two sons, Steven Rumney of Berwick, Allen Menter of
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Harland E. Roberts, 88 NORTH BERWICK â€“ Harland Ernest Roberts, 88, of North Berwick, and formerly of Concord, NH, passed away on Monday, February 13, 2017 following a period of declining heath. Harland was born April 28, 1928 in North Berwick, to Ernest and Emma (Nelson) Roberts. He attended local schools and graduated from the University of Maine. He served his country as a decorated U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War, and subsequently spent his entire civil engineering career with the NH Department of Transportation, retiring as Deputy Commissioner. Returning to his ancestral farmstead in North Berwick upon retirement, Harland was active in town affairs and served on its Board of Selectmen for 17 years. He was also a generous support-
er of the North Berwick Historical Society, the North Berwick Library and the Great Works Regional Land Trust. Harland is survived by his loving wife of 66 years, the former Stella M. Gagne. He leaves a son, Stephen (Paula) Roberts of Concord, NH; daughter, Susan (Kenneth) Craigue of Concord, NH; and daughter, Martha Roberts (Merrell Clarke) of Springvale; as well as 12 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Harland was predeceased by sisters Nelda Roberts and Geneva Hall, step-mother Lucy (Kezar) Roberts and step-sister Barbara Day. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Harlandâ€™s name to the Great Works Regional Land Trust, 610 Main Street, Ogunquit, ME 03907. Johnson Funeral Home in North Berwick is assisting the family. Visiting hours will be on Friday, February 17, 4-6 p.m. Services will be held at the funeral home on Saturday, February 18 at 11 a.m. A reception will follow at the Bethel Christian Church, 129 Lower Main St., North Berwick. For more information, visit www.johnsonfuneralhomeme.com.
Ronald Leon St. James, 69 WELLS â€“ Ronald Leon St. James, 69, of Wells, died at home on February 9, 2017. Born in Barre, VT on December 9, 1947, Ron was the son of Leon and Jeannette (Benoit) St. James. He grew up in White River Junction, VT and attended Harvard University before being
drafted to serve as a medic in the 101st Airborne in Vietnam from 1967-69. Ron married Anne Robichaud July 11, 1970 and received his Bachelorâ€™s Degree from the University of Vermont in 1973 and his Masters in Social Work from the University of Connecticut. He and Anne raised their two daughters and a droop of basset hounds in Lebanon, NH, moving to Wells in 1991. He spent his career as an Accredited Clinical Social Worker, writing and teaching in his spare time. Ron is pre-deceased by his parents and brother Michael St. James. He leaves his wife of 46 years, Anne St. James; two daughters, Terri-lee Couture and Michelle St. James; three grandsons, Ryan, Justin, and Devin Couture; three sisters, Donna Sullivan, Laurel St. James-Long, and Linda St. James; one brother, Robert St. James; and several nieces and nephews. A gathering that celebrated Ronâ€™s life through the sharing and hearing stories of his exploits was held Wednesday, February 15, at Bibber Memorial Chapel in Wells. Should friends wish, memorial donations can be made to The Animal Welfare Society, P.O. Box 43, West Kennebunk, ME, 04094 or The Good Shepherd Food Bank of Maine, P.O. Box 479, Lewiston, ME, 042430479. To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, please visit Ronâ€™s Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral. com. Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 111 Chapel Road, Wells.
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~ News ~
SPORTS ...MANAGE from page 22 * Team Snap: Team Snap is one of the premier team and club management services available (www.teamsnap.com). This software helps anyone, even those with little or no website design experience, run a team, league or other organization online. The team is managed by a team owner who can choose free services or a tiered payment plan depending on the option that owner chooses. Team members are invited to join free, where they can message other players, check calendars and even get text message alerts. * Team Pages: Having a cur-
rent and well-designed website can encourage others to be more involved and invested in a particular team or league. However, sometimes getting a website up and running can be challenging, particularly to the novice designer. With Team Pages (www.teampages.com), anyone can create a sport- or club-themed website and have it live in a manner of minutes. Drop and drag layout design options makes creating multiple pages even easier, and there is a calendar option for keeping track of games and other meetings. * Active: Active (www.
active.com) is the leader in online event registrations, from marathons to softball leagues. Visitors can search for various activityinspired events nearby and learn more about sports leagues for children and adults. In addition, the site features informative articles on nutrition, player improvement tips, medical information, and much more as it pertains to activities. * League Athletics: This tool (www.leagueathletics.com) mixes team website design with league management and registration. It also enables others to
SCOREBOARD Marshwood HS
Boys' Varsity Basketball Friday, Feb. 10 Marshwood 67, Noble 44 Marshwood ends the season with a win against Noble 67-44. Ben Beers led with 15 points, Cole McDaniel with 12 points, Sam Aiguier with 11 points and Derek Essex with 8 points.
Boys' Varsity Ice Hockey Wednesday, Feb. 8 Marshwood 3, So. Portland 7 Hawks lost to SoPo/Freeport/ Waynefleet at the Dover Ice Arena. Henry Honkonen scored twice and Cooper Ross also scored for the Hawks. Evan Cole assisted both Honkonen goals and Jarid Tomblin added one assist.
NOBLE / Wells HS
Boys' Class A Hockey Wednesday, Feb. 8 Noble-Wells 1 (3-11), Cheverus 7 (8-3)
2017 Maine Class B South Wrestling Final Results: Team Scores 1 193.5 Wells 2 154.5 Mt Valley 3 128.0 Lisbon 4 119.0 Dirigo 5 112.0 Erskine 6 69.0 Madison 7 53.0 Oak Hill 8 37.5 Lincoln Academy 9 15.0 Boothbay 10 11.0 Monmouth 11 0.0 Wiscasset
Place Winners 106: 1 Jack Tibbetts, Lisbon, Decision 5-4; 2 Vinny Deroche, Mt Valley, None; 3 Caden Gibson, Wells, Decision 16-0; 4 Carolyn McGray, Madison, None 113: 1 Ryan Norton, Wells, Pin 3:40; 2 Cole Mongeon, Madison, None; 3 Evritt Roy, Mt Valley, Pin 0:42; 4 Dave Poulin, Lisbon, None 120: 1 Michael Sprague, Erskine, Pin 4:39; 2 Devin Bickford, Wells, None; 3 Riley Quatrano, Lisbon, Decision 12-11; 4 Alex Shorey, Mt Valley, None 126: 1 Caleb Austin, Mt Valley, Pin 2:37; 2 Kyle Laroche, Lisbon, None; 3 Zoe Buteau, Oak Hill, Pin 4:18; 4 Josh Burgess, Wells, None 132: 1 Danny Buteau, Oak Hill, Decision 9-2; 2 Cullen Cummings, Wells, None; 3 Calvin Thompson,
Monmouth, Decision 7-5; 4 Jon Wainwright, Dirigo, None 138: 1 Ethan Boucher, Mt Valley, Pin 1:01; 2 Caleb Chase, Wells, None; 3 William Borque, Erskine, Pin 2:05; 4 Dakota Nutter, Lincoln Academy, None 145: 1 Brock Glidden, Erskine, Default; 2 Kurtis Bolton, Lisbon, None; 3 Colin Woodhead, Dirigo, Pin 2:21; 4 Connor Burns, Oak Hill, None 152: 1 Hunter White, Dirigo, Decision 8-0; 2 Nick Lerrette, Lisbon, None; 3 Drew Peters, Wells, Decision 10-6; 4 Peter Cogley, Mt Valley, None 160: 1 Bryce Whittemore, Dirigo, Pin 2:33; 2 Issac Therien, Mt Valley, None; 3 Cam Bourget, Lisbon, Decision 6-4; 4 Nathan Curtis, Wells, None 170: 1 Michael Wrigley, Wells, Pin 1:55; 2 Jesse Pelletier, Mt Valley, None; 3 Brad Harriman, Lisbon, Pin 2:20; 4 Harold Christiansen, Erskine, None 182: 1 Nolan Degroot, Dirigo, Decision 12-1; 2 Truth Ingam, Lincoln Academy, None; 3 Zach Morin, Lisbon, Default; 4 Jeffrey Kierstad, Erskine, None 195: 1 Nolan Potter, Wells, Default; 2 Dalton Berry, Dirigo, None; 3 Cameron Crocker, Boothbay, Pin 4:08; 4 Isaak Peavey, Erskine, None 220: 1 Seth Padelford, Madison,
Decision 8-0; 2 Sean McCormackKuhman, Wells, None; 3 Darren Buono, Mt Valley, Pin 1:48; 4 Sagan Charlebois, Erskine, None 285: 1 Jakob Peavey, Erskine, Pin 1:17; 2 Matt Brown, Madison, None; 3 Brendan Dean, Wells, Pin 0:48; 4 Jacob True, Dirigo, None
AFFORDABLE STORAGE Rentals $40 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404
CLEANING SERVICES AMYâ€™S OCD CLEANING (207) 671-3557 AmysOCDcleaning@gmail.com Residential / Commercial Daily / Weekly Full Service Cleaning SHIRLEYâ€™S SPOTLESS HOME CLEANING Dependable, thorough, and trustworthy. 207-439-1363
SOUTH BERWICK South Berwick Babe Ruth Baseball will be holding sign-ups for the 2017 season on Friday March 3 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and Saturday March 4 from 9 a.m.noon at the South Berwick Town Hall. Sign-ups are open to 13 follow a teamâ€™s progress while broadcasting scores and schedules. Custom design options enable flexible and easy layout in a matter of days. * Scoutlander: Scoutlander (www.scoutlander.com) hosts and manages troops, packs and dens associated with the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. The site is free, though voluntary donations are used to further the development of the site. Scout leaders can inform parents of upcoming meetings or events. Separation
through 15-year-olds from South Berwick, Eliot and Rollinsford students who attend Marshwood schools. All 13-year-olds must provide proof of age. Bring a copy of your birth certificate for the league files. Any new 14 or 15-year-olds who have not played for South Berwick Babe Ruth must also provide a birth certificate. Applicants must be 13 on or before April 30. 2017 and no older than 15 on May 1. 2017. The registration fee is $95 until March 4 and after March 4 it is $120. For any questions, call Richard Raitt at 207-384-9281. of public and private areas of a troopâ€™s site enable password-protected information to stay private. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by stock articles.
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WINTER RENTAL - WELLS BEACH 3rd Floor, 1 BR APT, now thru mid-May. $800/month includes all utilities except heat. No pets. 207-351-6797
CUSTOMIZED GUITAR LESSONS All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252
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GUNSMITHING GUNSMITHING SERVICES Expert cleaning and repairs, also light machining services, lathe and milling work. Very reasonable rates. 207-450-8957
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~ Classifieds ~ FOR SALE
DIGITAL PIANO FOR SALE Roland KR-570 Intelligent Digital Piano with accessories and music books in excellent condition. $1000. 207-837-1527
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~ Pets ~
Safe Haven Humane Society
WELLS Due to the winter storms The Beachmere Innâ€™s â€œGive Back Dinner Seriesâ€?, has been rescheduled to February 19, 5-9 p.m. Weâ€™re grateful to be chosen to be a recipient of this generous fundraiser. Reservations are encouraged at 207-646-2021. The Beachmere Inn is located at 62 Beachmere Lane in Ogunquit. We are so encouraged to see some of our long term kitties getting such wonderful homes! Many of the kitties that are still
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NORTH BERRWICK Meet Crockett (pictured) and brother, Tubbs, two exquisite young adult boys who are Norwegian Forest Cats that came into the rescue when their young caregivers could no longer provide a home for them. Both are well-behaved, sweet and gentle, looking for a family or single person that could keep them together. Both are neutered, current on all vaccinations, and have passed their wellness exam. Both boys indoor-only kitties and are def-
Emmaâ€™s Angels NORTH BERWICK Meet adorable Jolie! She is a gorgeous southern mix who is just a pup. Sweet and happy little girl who walks on two legs for treats! She is spayed and up-to-date on her shots. A perfect family pup or maybe a fun hiking friend. If you would like to meet Jolie, Please call Emma's Angels Rescue 207-676-5599. Volunteers and donors needed! We will be having our "Emma's Run"/Giant Yard Sale at Hanna's Tavern Rt. 4 Sanford on August 5. Anyone who can help or donate a raffle prize, call Molly at 603-955-1515.
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