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maine diner Celebrates Three decades of delicious Food By Adam Marletta Contributing Writer

Dick Henry, owner of Maine Diner, surrounded by staff during the 30th anniversary celebration. (courtesy photo)

WellS – The Maine Diner, a popular Wells eatery, celebrated its 30th birthday this week. The restaurant marked the occasion with week-long raffle drawings and with $1-priced coffee throughout the month of February. Raffle prizes included restaurant gift cards, T-shirts, muffin mix, and other quirky and collectible items from the diner’s famous Remember the Maine Gift Shoppe, located next door. The Maine Diner celebrates three decades of serving up world-famous food “like Grandma used to make,” in the

wake of a successful media campaign of sorts. In the last few years the restaurant has received prominent exposure on nationally viewed TV shows like The Food Network’s Diners, DriveIns & Dives, NBC’s Today Show and Boston’s Phantom Gourmet Show. Additionally, the restaurant was awarded the New England Cable Network’s (NECN) “Best Diner in New England” distinction, as well as The Maine Restaurant Association’s “Restaurateur of the Year” award in 2010. And last summer, the diner’s customer count reached the 6 million mark. To be certain, if the Maine

Diner started as a local secret, 30 years later it has become a national fixture of the southern Maine area. In fact, Wiley Miller, creator of the syndicated comic strip, Non Sequitur claims he based Flo’s Offshore Diner – an establishment frequented by the characters in the fictional Whatchacallit, Maine – on the Maine Diner. Yet, despite all the accolades, nobody is more amazed at the diner’s success than owner Dick Henry. Dick and his two brothers, Myles and Bruce, purchased the original Maine Diner from See DINER page 4...

Old Berwick Historical Society Kennebunk Team Wins Presents Firearms of 300 Years ago maine’s Titan Challenge SOuTH BerWICK – Seventeenth century Maine had a gun issue far different from that of today. Guns were a basic necessity for hunting food in the wilderness and defense in a time of warfare between Native Americans and European set-

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tlers. And the problem was that too few weapons were available. In a talk celebrating the Berwicks’ 300th anniversary this year, a local blacksmith and gunsmith, Steve Woodman, will discuss the perpetual shortage of firearms in colonial Maine, the men who tried to alleviate the shortage, and the methods they used. Sponsored by the Old Berwick Historical Society, the talk will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, at Berwick Academy’s Jeppesen Science Center on Academy Street. The public is invited and refreshments will be served. “Among those living in our area, there were always more people needing firearms than there were weapons to arm them,” Woodman explained. “With low supplies and great demand, a number of men worked to keep as many guns in working order as possible.” His talk, entitled “Blacksmiths and Gunsmiths: Building and Repairing Firearms in Maine, 1670-1720,” will explain who these men were and the conditions they worked under. He will also describe the types

POrTlaNd – And the winner is… The seventh annual Junior Achievement of Maine’s Titan Challenge was the biggest ever. This year 99 teams from 33 high schools participated throughout the state. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert Moore of Dead River Co. was at the University of Southern Maine’s Glickman Library to announce the winners. Congratulations went to “Rams 2” team from Kennebunk High School mentored by Peter Welles from IDEXX Laboratories who placed first.

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business & finance considerations as Retirement approaches

Though many people are delaying retirement, the day will still come when they leave their jobs behind and retire. Retirement can be a difficult adjustment that takes some getting used to, but it can also prove an exciting time, especially for those who planned ahead to ensure their retirement was a time to be cherished and not feared. Whether retirement is right around the corner or still a decade or so away, men and women should consider several factors to make sure their retirement years are an enjoyable time that allows them to live life to the fullest. Income: Just because you’re no longer working doesn’t mean

you won’t have income. Government benefits, retirement accounts and perhaps even some light consulting work are just a few ways retirees can earn an income. Though your retirement income will likely pale in comparison to your income as an adult working full-time, estimate what that income will be so you can get at least an idea of how much will be coming in each month. monthly expenses: Once you have an idea of what’s coming in, estimate how much will be going out each month. Certain costs associated with working, such as the cost of commuting and maintaining a professional wardrobe, can be removed from the ledger. But other expenses, including utilities, car payments and possibly

even a mortgage payment, will still need to be made. Once you have an idea of your projected income and your expenses during retirement, you can get to work on a prospective budget to show you what you will need to live on during retirement. employment: Many people now look at retirement as the end of one career and the beginning of another. As retirement draws closer, men and women might want to consider turning an interest or passion into a second career. Such a move might make retirement more exciting while removing some of the fear of finding enough things to pass the time that many people have with regard to retirement.

relocation: Where to spend your retirement years is another thing to consider before the big day arrives. Do you, like many retirees, prefer to stay in your own home?Do you want to relocate to a warmer climate or move to another country? Do you want to move closer to your children and grandchildren? Do you want to split your time in separate cities? Is a retirement village something you might be amenable to? Each of these options is different, and each requires a different financial commitment, so carefully consider where you want to spend your retirement and then consider how you can make those wishes a reality. medical costs:

Private insurance or governmentsponsored programs likely won’t cover all of your medical costs, which typically increase as a person ages. There are various ways to prepare for the medical costs that might arise during retirement, and the earlier you start that preparation the less stressful paying for medical care as you age figures to be. Retirement should be an exciting time for men and women, especially for those who have spent years planning their retirement to ensure it’s as enjoyable as possible. Some article were provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.

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were there,” Dick Henry said. “Of course, none of us had any money. And a lot of the (kitchen) equipment was very old. But we made do with what we had until we were able to afford better equipment.” According to Henry, those first years of business were difficult and demanding. “We served 40 customers our first day,”

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Henry recalled. “Then 100 the next. And slowly things began to pick up.” Contrast those first 40 customers with the long lines of people who routinely cluster around the Maine Diner’s entrance any given day of the week – particularly in the summer. Today, the 90-capacity diner serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and averages about 120 meals an hour. Henry estimates they serve between 450750 people for dinner, and over 400 for lunch, per day. During the summer, the diner utilizes fresh vegetables from a garden behind the restaurant. And the seafood chowder and lobster pie remain the most popular menu items. Still, Henry is the first to note the bittersweet absence of Agency: Davis Advertising Myles Henry, who passed away Client: SIS suddenly in 2010. “I was supW.S.# SIS18268 Fileposed Name toSIS18268_RetirementPlanning be the first one to go,” Program: indd he said. “I didn’t Location: Server 7 just lose a partner, I lost a brother. Myles was Quarter: Q1_13 Artist: a major DF part of this business for AE/AC: SS/JP 28 years.” Media: ButWeekly Sentinel Henry is also quick Size: x 7” Diner’s wonto praise7.961” Maine Color: 4C derful staff. “We have a really Date: Fri 2/22/13 great crew,” Henry said. “And I know every restaurant owner says that, but I really do believe for PDF to be put do this PDFby uploaded to WorkZone It it.Request I couldn’t myself. in WorkZone Holding Tank Holding Tank AE/AC: ________ Date: ___________ Artist: _________________________ would be impossible.” W.S.#: _________________________ Date:__________Time: ___________ In fact, over 25 percent _ Revisions: of the restaurant staff has remained there for 10 years or longer. One waitress, Kathy Lovejoy, has worked at the diner since day one. All in all, Henry cannot imagine doing anything else. “It’s been a long haul, to be sure,” he said with a laugh. “When we started this restaurant, I never thought we would last this long. But I’m still happy to be here.” 1.

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KeNNeBuNK – Kennebunk Savings Bank recently announced that Jill Peter has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Chief Risk Officer. Peter who

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career working in the residential mortgage area, and later, in the commercial loan area. Throughout her career, she has held various senior positions in compliance, credit administration, as a commercial special assets officer and as Vice President in Consumer Lending. In her new role, Peter is responsible for assessing, identifying, monitoring and minimizing any potential business risks. Kennebunk Savings President and CEO Bradford C. Paige said, “Jill is well prepared for this particular

role as Chief Risk Officer from her prior experience in credit administration and her overall knowledge of banking. I expect that she will provide great insight for Kennebunk Savings.” Peter holds a bachelor of science degree in economics from the University of Illinois and an master’s degree in business administration from the University of Southern Maine. Currently Peter serves on the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland’s Family Selection Committee. She lives in Gorham. (courtesy photo)

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‘Shootin’ for a Cure’ Benefits Local Breast Cancer Fund WellS — A check for $30,401 was recently presented to representatives of York Hospital for the institution’s Breast Cancer Living Well Fund. The presentation was made during half-time at a varsity girls’ basketball game be-

tween Wells High School and Traip Academy. About $23,000 of that amount was raised by 80 participants in the girls’ basketball program in the Wells-Ogunquit Community School District. Basketball players from Wells Junior High School and Wells

High School secured pledges averaging $100 each. And in an event held earlier on the day of the check presentation, they attempted 50 free throws each in a free-throw extravaganza known as “Shootin’ for a Cure.” “It is absolutely awe-

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some,” said Jud Knox, president of York Hospital, to the athletes and audience members in WHS’s Ronco Gymnasium upon receiving the check. “Your generosity, your caring will make the difference in people’s lives. For that we are deeply grateful. York Hospital is honored to serve you in Wells.” The remaining $7,000 of the contribution was raised at a golf tournament last fall. The total also included funds raised through pink bracelet and Tshirt sales at the basketball game. According to Wells girls’ basketball coach Don Abbott, chief organizer of Shootin’ for a Cure, $87,000 has been raised for the hospital since January of 2010. Among York Hospital representatives attending the event were members of the York Hospital Breast Care Team. They are Lisa Plourde, Amanda

Demetri Lewis, Joann Paquette and Kathy Bry. Carol Kane, manager of the hospital’s ‘Every Patient Campaign,’ was also present. Kane in as 2011 interview explained that the Breast Cancer Living Well Fund assists women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, undergoing treatment for or recovering from breast cancer. Examples of support provided by the program include therapeutic massage, pre-operative Reiki, guided mediation and spiritual care, Art Hope, transportation, education and emergency assistance. “It’s a long day, but it really pays off,” said Abbott. At this year’s hoops event, WJHS student Hope Wolterbeek was the highest scorer with 44 out of 50 successful free throws. WJHS student Hannah Moody garnered the most pledges totaling $800.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 . 5-7pm Come meet our “special delivery team” of physicians, midwives, birthing nurses and more! Learn about the birthing experience at York Hospital, meet pediatricians on staff, see our facility, enjoy refreshments, sign up for a door prize and enjoy one-on-one time to ask any questions you may have! If you are thinking about having a family, or are already pregnant and want to know more about services offered at York Hospital, please stop in! Our Block Parties are informal gatherings and happen at York Hospital OB/GYN, Surgical & Midwifery Associates, located at 16 Hospital Drive in York. The event includes information from our birthing providers and support services. Call (207) 351-3455 or e-mail fr@yorkhospital.com for more information!

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Orthopaedic Associates of York Hospital to destroy old X-rays of majority. After that time, films may be presented to the patient or destroyed. Written X-ray reports are retained permanently in the patient’s medical record. Anyone wanting to retain his or her X-ray films should call Orthopaedic Associates of York Hospital promptly at 207363-3700.

YOrK – Orthopaedic Associates of York Hospital will destroy old X-ray films up to and including the year 2007 on March 1. Maine law requires that X-ray films be retained in the original or electronic form for five years, or in the case of a minor, five years past the age

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Assistance Available to Address Lead Hazards As a landlord in Maine, did you know half of all children poisoned by lead in Maine live in rental housing? Most of the poisonings that occur in rental properties are due to paint in poor condition. Lead poisoning can cause learning disabilities, lower intelligence, language or speech delays, behavior problems and hearing damage. If a child is poisoned on your rental property, you must pay for expensive abatement of the property and the

expense of relocating the family while you conduct the abatement. Prevent this from happening in your buildings. How can you know if your buildings are at risk for lead? Any building built before 1978 may have lead paint, and buildings that were built before 1950 are very likely to contain lead paint. Paint in good repair is generally safe; keeping the paint in good shape (essential maintenance) is the best way to prevent lead poisoning. Unless professional

testing has shown that a building does not contain lead paint assume all homes built before 1978 contain lead paint and require lead-safe work practices. As a landlord or property owner of a building built before 1978, federal law requires you to provide a prospective tenant the booklet “Protect Your Family from Lead in Your Home”. If your building has been tested for lead, you also must disclose to the prospective tenant the building has been tested and let them see the report. If you are going to do any renovation, repair, or painting projects in your pre1978 building federal law requires you to: 1) provide your

tenants with a minimum of 30 days notice prior to starting any work that disturbs the paint. You must post a sign on the building doors stating what you plan to do and send a written notice by certified mail to every unit in the building. 2) Supply the brochure “Renovate Right” to the tenants. 3) Be certified in lead-safe work practices from the EPA to do the work yourself or hire a certified contractor if the work will disturb more than 6 square feet of the interior or 20 square feet of the exterior. Landlords in York County are eligible for scholarships to attend a state generated Renovate, Repair & Painting (RRP)

Course and may be eligible for free lead dust wipe testing. These incentives are offered by Coastal Healthy Communities Coalition at University of New England in collaboration with Partners for Healthier Communities at Goodall Hospital and Choose To Be Healthy at York Hospital, the York County Healthy Maine Partnerships. For more information please contact Meg Nadeau, project director at Coastal Healthy Communities Coalition, by e-mailing mladd@une. edu or calling 207-602-3551. The York County Healthy Maine Partnerships are three of 28 local HMPs throughout Maine. HMPs are comprehensive community health coalitions working to promote tobacco prevention and cessation, substance abuse prevention, physical activity and nutrition in both the community and schools.

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ACS Relay For Life Offers Reduced Fee for Team Registration YOrK COuNTY – The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of York County gives everyone in the community a chance to help the society save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. During the week of March 5 to March 12, all of those who would like to register with York County will get half off the registration fee, making that fee only $5. To register your team, please visit RelayForLife.org/yorkme, or ...DIABETES from page 12 to know they are not alone and that there are people like Kenyon who can help them along their journey with diabetes, a chronic, widespread condition characterized by high blood sugar in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin, the hormone needed to transport glucose (sugar) from the blood into the cells of the body for energy. It is estimated that nearly 26 million people in the United States have diabetes, including an estimated 7 million who remain undiagnosed. At the same time, about 40 percent of those diagnosed with diabetes did not achieve the blood sugar control target recommended by the American Diabetes Association.

call 1-800-227-2345. You can also register or get more information by attending the next meeting on March 12 at the Wells Junior High School cafeteria from 6 to 6:45 p.m. Former and current cancer patients, those who have lost a loved one to cancer, families, businesses, faith-based and civic organizations, and anyone wanting to make a difference in the fight against cancer are invited to take part in this team event. Relay For Life of York County takes place from 4 p.m. on June 22 until 6 a.m. on June 23 at the Well’s High School track in Wells.

Relay For Life events are held overnight as individuals and teams camp out at an athletic track, park or other gathering area, with the goal of keeping at least one team member on the track or pathway at all times throughout the evening. Teams do most of their fundraising prior to the event, but some teams also hold creative fundraisers at their camp sites during Relay. People from all walks of life come together with a common goal of furthering the American Cancer Society’s efforts to save lives by helping people stay well, by helping them get well, by finding cures

Now, in Kittery, ME, one doctor is helping local residents with back pain live more active, pain-free lives. Do You Have Any of the Following Conditions? • Stenosis • Low back pain • Tendonitis

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Living with back pain can feel like a crippling experience. Let’s face it, your back isn’t as young as it used to be, and playing with the kids or grand-kids isn’t any easier either. Maybe your back pain keeps you from walking short distances or playing golf like you used to. Nothing’s worse than feeling great mentally, but physically feeling held back from life because your back hurts, and the pain just won’t go away! My name is Dr. Jeff Donatello, owner of York Chiropractic Health Center. Since we opened 18 years ago, we’ve seen hundreds of people with back problems leave the office pain free. If you’re suffering from these conditions, a new breakthrough in medical technology may completely eliminate your pain and help restore normal function to your back.

Using a K-laser (Class 4 laser) is an outpatient, nonsurgical procedure, often used in physical therapy and sports medicine to accelerate the healing process. It offers a noninvasive treatment to promote healing for those who suffer from pain in muscles, nerves, and joints, like that associated with chronic back pain. This same laser is used by professional sports teams including the New York Yankees and Cincinnati Bengals.

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This pain-free, nonsurgical approach works by stimulating the body’s natural healing process, providing pain relief and reducing injury damage. This leading-edge technology has an impressive success rate of returning patients to work, sports and competitive activities, as well as everyday life. Patients treated with the K-laser often show a higher level of function, both during and after the treatment period. The therapeutic laser provides a tremendous alternative for those facing surgery.

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I’m running a very special offer where you can find out if you are a candidate for K-laser therapy. What does this offer include? Everything I normally do in my “Back Pain Evaluation.” Be one of the first 25 callers and here’s what you get... • An in-depth consultation about your problem where I will listen... really listen... to the

details of your case. • A complete neuromuscular examination. • A thorough analysis of your exam and findings so we can start mapping out a plan to being pain free. • A treatment with the K-laser on your back. You’ll see everything first hand to find out if this amazing treatment will be your pain solution – like it has been for so many other patients. The first 25 callers can get everything I’ve listed here for only $39. The normal price for this type of evaluation is $250, so you’re saving a considerable amount by taking me up on this offer. Remember what it was like before you had back problems, when you were pain free and could enjoy everything life had to offer. It can be that way again.

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Due to the expected demand for this special offer, I urge you to call us at York Chiropractic Health Center at once at 207-4389339 so we can get started with your consultation and exam as soon as possible.

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The FDA has cleared the K-laser as safe. Their only warning: Don’t shine it in your eyes. Of course, at our office, the laser is never anywhere near your eyes and we’ll give you a comfortable pair of goggles for your safety. Don’t wait and let your back problems get worse, disabling you for life.

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YOrK – An annual Ecumenical Meal will be served for the 26th year on Saturday, March 2, at noon, at St. Christopher Church Hall, 4 Barrell Lane, York.

This is a free turkey dinner with all the trimmings: mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, squash, green beans, rolls, and home made pies.

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...FIREARMS from page 1 Woodman’s lecture is part of the Old Berwick Historical Society’s 2013 series of talks, walks and historical events tied to the 300th anniversary of the Berwicks’ existence as an independent town. Events will include lectures, tours and public programs focused on the history of this area of Maine and the Piscataqua during the 1600s and 1700s. In 1713, the old town of Berwick – comprising today’s Berwick, South Berwick and North Berwick – was founded when it separated from Kittery. The anniversary series is made possible by member donations and by grants from the Maine Humanities Council and Kennebunk Savings. An exhibit called “Berwick Begins” is now on display in South Berwick Town Hall, and a new archaeology exhibit will open next summer at the society’s Counting House Museum. Since trading a hatchet for his first antique gun at age 11, Woodman, a native of Lebanon, has studied, repaired, restored and reproduced firearms used in America from the 17th through the 19th centuries. A veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, he trained as a Russian Morse Code interceptor and served in Vietnam in 1965 and 1966. He then served in the Maine Army National Guard from 1973 to 1977. After earning a bachelor of science degree in American history from the University of Southern Maine around the time of the United States bicentennial, Woodman and a friend formed the Sanford Militia Company and participated in re-enactments throughout the Northeast until 1981. After apprenticing for two summers at Strawbery Banke Museum he worked full time as a blacksmith from 1972 to 1978. Entering the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in 1979 as a sheetmetal worker, he participated in the Blacksmith Apprenticeship Program. He then re-enlisted on active duty with the New Hampshire Army National Guard and served 13 years as a recruiter and five years as personnel sergeant at the New Hampshire Military Academy, retiring in 2001 with over 27 years of service. Woodman has apprenticed with Everett Byrd, a master antique furniture restoration specialist, has been active in 17th and 18th century living history events, and has been involved in several archeological digs with Dr. Neill De Paoli and Dr. Emerson Baker. More information on the Counting House Museum and all the Old Berwick Historical Society’s programs is available at www.oldberwick.org.


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~ News ~ exotic animals to Visit Bournival Jeep

POrTSmOuTH, NH – Bournival Jeep has invited some very special guests to visit on Saturday, Feb. 23. Wildlife Encounters Environmental Education and Live Animal Shows will bring the natural world of animals to the dealership, located at 2355 Lafayette Road in Portsmouth. From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., alligators, kangaroos and many other exotic animals will be on

hand and available for family picture-taking. Refreshments will also be provided, including the All American favorite food – the hotdog. Visit Bournival Jeep on Saturday and take part in this free family event. For further information and details please log onto www. bournivaljeep.net and www.wildcenterne.org. (courtesy photo)

Fun Fridays at The New School KeNNeBuNK – The New School in Kennebunk has always been a place for community of all ages to gather. Starting in March there will be a regular series of events on Friday nights for people of all ages. Events include studying the stars with the Northern New England Astronomical Society, a family-friendly brick oven pizza night, a movie-marathon night and a game night. Every first Friday of each month the Northern New England Astronomy Association will meet at the school. Activities will include teaching the basics of recognizing the constellations, observing the stars and planets with telescopes of

all sizes, presenting monthly discussions on a wide variety of astronomy related topics, and organizing outings to special events. The student anime and gaming club will host Game Night on the second Friday of every month. Multiplayer games such as Dungeons and Dragons, Risk, Scrabble, Nintendo 64, Xbox and any other board games will be offered. All ages are welcome.. Game Night will get under way at 5 p.m. The club will also host a Movie Marathon Night on the third Friday of every month, at which teens and adults are welcome. Everyone will vote to choose a genre and a list of

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A roast beef supper will be served from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 22 at St. John’s Masonic Hall, Portland Street, South Berwick. Menu: roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetables, salad, beverage. Cost: $8, adults, and $3 for children under 12.

Saturday, February 23 elks events

An afternoon of Wii bowling is planned at noon on Saturday, Feb. 23, at the York Elks Lodge, 1704 U.S. Route 1. Steak or sausage subs will be available. The lodge will also serve a breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24. Cost will be $6. FMI: 207-3612788.

An old-fashioned ham and bean supper will be served from 4to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, at the First Congregational Church of Eliot, 1361 State Road The menu will include home-baked kidney and pea beans, baked ham, scalloped potatoes, American chop suey, cole slaw, rolls, dessert and beverage. All you can eat. Cost: adults, $9, children, $2, under age 5 free.

Spaghetti Supper

A spaghetti supper and bake sale will be hosted on Saturday, Feb. 23, at First Baptist Church, 130 Main St., South Berwick. The bake sale is slated from 2 to 6 p.m. The meal will be served from 4 to 6 p.m.

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The Kennebunkport Conservation Trust will present singer-songwriter David Mallett in concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Atlantic Hall, Cape Porpoise. Mallett has recorded 14 albums and has appeared on numerous programs, including “A Prairie Home Companion.” Tickets are $25 for general admission and $30 for reserved seating. Proceeds benefit the Kennebunkport Conservation

A Winter Color Guard show and competition will be presented on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Wells High School. This season kick-of f will begin at 1 p.m in Wells High School’s Ronco Gymnasium. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for students. Winter color guard teams from Sanford and Marshwood will also be attending.

Club Women

Dr. Alice Schleiderer, Jacqui Boyko and Cindy Schilling, representatives of Wells Public Library, will speak at a luncheon slated by the International Women’s Club of New England at noon on Saturday, Feb. 23, at Bintliff’s Restaurant, Route 1. They will discuss the services available at the library. Cost is $20.

fourth Tuesday of each month at the Wells Public Library. Upcoming titles include: Feb. 26, Bel Canton by Anne Patchett; March 26, The Four Ms. Bradwells by Meg Clayton, with special phone participation by the author, and April 23, The Eyre Affair by Jasper Forde. To register, call 646-8181.

Sunday, February 24

A writing workshop, “Life Mosaic: Writing Your Life in Bits and Pieces,” will be offered by the Kittery Recreation Department from 10 a.m. to noon, beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Cost of the six-week course is $45.

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A worship experience, “On the Road with Jesus,” will be presented at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24, at York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church, 1026 Route 1, York. FMI: 207-363-2749.

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A Flag Day celebration with pianist and singer Flash Allen is slated at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24, at Atria Kennebunk, Route 1. Light refreshments will be served. On Monday, Feb. 25, at 10:30 a.m. pianist Dave Stone will perform.

Tuesday, February 26 Book Group

Prefer daytime activities to evening? This book group sponsored by Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education is for you. This group meets at 1:15 p.m. on the

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“Mixed Media,” a course offering instruction in using a variety of mediums and techniques to create collages on mat board and canvas, will be offered by the Kittery Recreation Department. The six-week program begins at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 26. Cost: $45.

Wednesday, February 27 Young Writers

“I’ve Got Something to Say: A Writer’s Group for Young Writers” will meet at 4 p.m. on Wednesdays, beginning on Feb. 27, at the Kittery Community Center. Geared to fourth- and fifth-grad-

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Thursday, February 28 Bee School

Beginner Bee School, a five-week introductory beekeeping course, starts Thursday, Feb. 28, from 6 to 8:30 p.m., and continues through March 28 at the University of Maine Cooperative Ext. Instructors from the Maine State Beekeepers Association and the York County Beekeepers Association will lead the program. The course fee is $90 per person, or $140 for a pair of students sharing the text and materials, and includes a one-year membership in the York County Beekeepers Association. Registration deadline is Feb. 22.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ ‘Rock My Soul’ Choir Accepting New Members SOUTH BERWICK – Rock My Soul, a secular choir known in the Seacoast region for lively, roots-based gospel music and rich harmonies, is accepting new singers for the 2013 season. Rock My Soul will welcome new members at rehearsals beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 26. “We’re excited to be starting this new season,” said Artistic Director Dawn Boyer, who directs the choir. “Our sound has reached a new level, and the group has become a vibrant community that has fun together while it works to achieve musical standards it’s proud of. It’s a quality experience for anyone interested in singing roots-based gospel music.” Rock My Soul is based in South Berwick, Maine, but draws singers from various communities as far north as Portland and as far south as the North Shore in Massachusetts. Now in its ninth year, Rock My Soul has garnered critical acclaim and performed throughout New England. Rock My Soul recently appeared on WMUR-TV’s NH Chronicle, WSCH TV’s 207, and Maine Public Radio. One of the group’s songs was also featured on a 2009 PBS documentary en-

titled Freedom Songs: Music of the Civil Rights Movement. “We’ve been thrilled to see how Rock My Soul has ‘taken off’ in northern New England,” said Boyer. “It proves there’s a real hunger for this kind of music. Whether you go to church or have never been, there’s just something about gospel that uplifts people in a way no other music can. It goes way beyond religion – it reaches down into everyone’s soul. And when audiences learn the history behind the songs, they understand what a rich cultural gift we’ve been given.” Those interested in joining can call Membership Director Tina Weinberger at 207-698-4494 or visit www.projectmusicworks. org for more information. Although reading music is not required, the ability to sing on pitch and retain parts learned by ear is essential. Rock My Soul rehearses every Tuesday night from 7 to 9 p.m. at the First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main St., South Berwick. Rock My Soul is part of ProjectMusicWorks, a nonprofit arts and cultural organization dedicated to helping those in need through music.

Photo Exhibit to Open at Gallery KITTERY – The Kittery Art Association will presents a mixture of traditional film and digital photography, as well as new digital artwork in a show called “Photography with Pow: Pictures and Digital Tom Hibschman’s photograph Whitehead Rock Art” which opens 2 (courtesy photo) Saturday, Feb. 23, at the he KAA GalAmong the many photoglery at 8 Coleman Ave. in Kittery raphers who will be displaying Point. are Martha Pummer, Richard A free reception is planned Moore, Tom Hibschman, Barfor Sunday, Feb. 24, between 4 bara Ingersoll, Anne Catell and and 6 p.m. Bill Moore. ...EVENTS from page 18 presented by Glen Shivel, custom boat builder, at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 1, at at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 114 Main St., Kennebunk. Shivel, owner of Kennebunkport-based Callinectes Boatworks, LLC., is a semi-custom builder of classically styled runabouts and yacht tenders. He will talk about his passion for boat-building and answer questions about his craft. www. cboatworks.com/ This event is the first in a monthly series called Creative eXchange: where artists come together to share talent and inspiration. Admission is $5 at the

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Saturday, March 2 Mission Breakfast

Lebanon North Berwick Baptist Church, Little River Road, Lebanon, will host a Mission Breakfast from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 2. Menu: pancakes and waffles with or without strawberries and whipped cream, sausages, orange juice and coffee. There is no charge for this breakfast. Donations to mission projects appreciated.

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if volunteering is something you might want to do. We’re forever growing our team and welcome new friends all the time. Maverick Mondays and Thursdays are truly Cat Lovers’ Nights, when you can immerse yourself among kitties of all colors, ages and personalities. Get down on the floor and romp with them if you like, or play a game of laser mouse. The kitties love to chase the elusive red dot! Maverick Mondays & Thursdays: 5 to 7 p.m., Adoption Center, 1616 Post Road., Wells, 646-1611. Wish list: Fax machine, cat wand toys, veggies (for Ziggy, our bunny – especially parsley and carrots WITH the leafy tops, Yesterday’s News litter, Timothy hay). Also poultry-flavored canned cat food, cat treats, laundry bleach, large-size litter boxes (uncovered). Also Cosmic Banana catnip toys.

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~ News ~ Obituaries

Essie Elizabeth Libby, 91 NO. BERWICK / SANFORD – Essie E. Libby, 91, a longtime resident of the North Berwick-Sanford area, died on Feb. 14 at the Greenwood Center in Sanford. Essie was born on June 28, 1921, the daughter of Frank and Alice (Jacobs) Dorr and attended schools in North Berwick. She was a homemaker while raising two daughters. Once the children were grown, Essie worked as a cook in the dietary department at Goodall Hospital and later at local nursing homes in the area. Later she changed her profession and was employed by Sprague Elec-

tric Co. in South Sanford, where she retired after 15 years of dedicated service. After her retirement from Sprague, she worked part time in the laundry department at Greenwood Center, and later volunteered with the residents, assisting them in their social activities. Essie enjoyed being busy. She took great pleasure in spending time with her family, being very active with the lives of her grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. She was a skilled knitter and enjoyed knitting for her family. She loved animals and had several cats and dogs throughout the years. She was blessed to have a full and active life.

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She is survived by her two daughters, Betty Snow and husband David of South Berwick, and Kathy Wainwright and husband Cary of Rochester, N.H.; her two grandchildren, Scott Wainwright and wife Marji of New Windsor, Md., and Marc Wainwright and wife Jennifer of Middleton, N.H.; her greatgrandchildren, Veronica and Collin Wainwright of New Windsor, Md., and Samantha and Michael Wainwright of Mid-

K. Stuart MacNeill CAPE NEDDICK – K. Stuart MacNeill of Cape Neddick passed away Monday morning, Feb. 11, in his sleep, while living at Kittery Estates. He was born in Saugus, Mass., where he grew up and graduated from Saugus High School. He was a proud veteran of the Korean War. He was the son of the late Rodney MacNeill and Ina Littlefield-MacNeill. He is survived by his daughter, Debra, son Scott, and son Stuart and his wife, Kelly, and grandchildren Jessica and Shane. He is also survived by a brother, Lou, and was predeceased by brothers Rodney, Doug and Bill. Stu was proud to work for the Ogunquit Highway Department and be part of the York Beach Volunteer Fire Department: he loved you all. Stuie brought joy and laughter to most he encountered with his strong sarcasm and his brilliant smile. We will all miss him greatly

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dletown, N.H.; her niece, Natalie Wheelock of Old Orchard Beach, and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband of 41 years, Royal Libby, and her two sisters, Dorothy Hussey and Freda Tibbetts. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 1 p.m. at the Autumn Green Funeral Home, 47 Oak St., Alfred. Family and friends may visit from 11 a.m. until the hour of service. Committal prayers and

burial will be later this spring in Oakdale Cemetery in Sanford. To leave a message of condolence for the family, please visit www.autumngreenfuneralhome.com. Memorial donations may be made to the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland, P.O. Box 336, Westbrook, ME 040980336, or a charity of one’s choice. The Autumn Green Funeral Home is respectfully handling arrangements.

and appreciated our time together. There was a small Celebration of Stu’s Life on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 2 p.m. at Kittery Estates Assisted Living Center in Kittery. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Marginal Way Preservation Fund, P.O. Box 1455, Ogunquit, ME 03907. Online condolences can be expressed at www.johnsonfuneralhomeme.com. (courtesy photo)

Kenneth Eugene Moody, 79 CAMARILLO, Calif. — Kenneth Eugene Moody, 79, passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 5. Ken was born on June 23, 1933, in Waynesville, N.C., to Leslie and Myrtle Moody. Ken was a gentle, kind, loving and patient husband and father. He had a great love of life and family and will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Ken joined the Air Force during the Korean War. After his service, his employment as a financial analyst with Raytheon Co. led him to Camarillo where he lived and raised his eldest three children, David, Robert and Sharon. In 1979, Ken accepted a Raytheon transfer to Massachusetts. He met and married his wife, Sheila, in 1980 and together they raised her two daughters, Robbyn and Errika. He enjoyed sailing, golfing, square dancing and travel. Ken and Sheila spent their life together traveling the world, visiting six of the seven continents and 49 of the 50 states. They spent their retirement years driving cross country to spend their winters in Camarillo and their summers in Wells Beach, Maine.

Ken was predeceased by his parents, son David, brothers Leslie and Jim and sister Mohela Medford. He is survived by his wife, Sheila, son Robert Moody (Patty); daughters Sharon French, Robbyn Gindi and Errika Gravlin; grandchildren Angela Biehl (Chris), Holly and Tyler Moody, Kegan and Michaella Rogers; greatgrandchildren Ryan and Conner Biehl; sisters Hilda Leatherwood and Joyce Raby and sister-in-law Betty Moody. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Christ Church P.O. Box 87, 6 Dane St., Kennebunk, ME 04043. A memorial service will be held in Maine later in the spring. (courtesy photo)

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SPORTS lady Bulldogs Score One Win, One loss SOuTH BerWICK – The Berwick Academy girls’ basketball team traveled to Concord, Mass., recently and defeated Concord Academy by a score of 44-31. This was a makeup of a game originally scheduled on Jan 16. The win placed Berwick at 12-4 on the season. The Lady Bulldogs went out to a fast start and led 27-16 at the half. Torie St. Pierre and Rebecca Siegel combined for 15 first-half points. A third junior guard, Suzanna Borg, led Berwick with seven second-half points to stave off any chance of a Concord comeback. Undefeated Beaver Country Day traveled to South Berwick and continued its dominant season with a 73-38 win over Berwick. Beaver is 18-0 on the season, while Berwick fell to 12-5. Four players combined to score all 73 Beaver points, led by senior center Kaila Duarte and senior guard Adi AliceaCordero who combined for 44 points. Junior guards Torie St. Pierre and Rebecca Siegel scored 15 and 9 points respectively for the Lady Bulldogs.

Traip academy State Class “B” Indoor Track results KITTerY – The Traip Academy girls’ indoor track team recently placed third in the 2013 State of Maine Class “B” Indoor Track Championships held at Bates College on Feb. 18. Individual results for Traip students included: State Class B Champion - (55 Meter Hurdles) Ashleigh Roberts - 8.90; State Class B Champion - (Pole Vault) Kelsey Barnes – 10-feet, 6-inches; State Class B Runner-up - (Long Jump) Jocelyn Lorrey - 16-4.50; State Class B Runner-up - (Triple Jump) Jocelyn Lorrey - 36-02.50; and Sixth Place Finish - (4X200 Meter Relay) Kelsey Barnes, Hannah Nightingale, Ashleigh Roberts, Jocelyn Lorrey In boys’ events, Ralph Humiston placed sixth in the pole vault (11.0). The Weekly

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Spring Wrestling registration in Progress

YOrK – York Parks and Recreation and the Hammerhead Wrestling Club are currently conducting sign-ups for the spring wrestling sessions. The youth mini-session for kindergarten through fifth grade runs five weeks, Feb. 26

to March 28, 5 to 6 p.m., and is recommended for beginning or experienced wrestlers. It is also suitable for those looking for an activity during the March “shoulder season” before outdoor spring sports start. The club is also hosting signups for its freestyle and Greco-

Roman competition team. Freestyle and Greco are the Olympic styles of the sport and teach wrestlers to score in a faster-paced match than traditional American forkstyle. Fourth- through 12thgraders may enroll. All must be experienced wrestlers. The eight-

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5:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, Feb. 27 through April 3. Cost is $50. A beginner class in West Coast Swing will be offered at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, Feb. 26 through April 2. Cost is $60. Ballroom dancing instruction is scheduled at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesdays or at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, beginning Feb. 26 and 27. Cost is $70. Beginning tap is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, beginning on Feb. 26. The cost is $80.

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Rice Public Library Photo lecture

Travelers Bob and Johanna Mangion will offer a photo lecture of their three-month China adventure at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 27. The program is sponsored by the Friends of the Rice Public Library.

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Graves Memorial Public Library Book Group

A new evening book group for adults will meet at 6:45 p.m on

~ library News ~ Thursday, Feb. 28. The book selection this month will be “The Light between Oceans” by M.L. Stedman. Several copies are available at the Library.

Volunteers

Graves Library is looking for students in fourth grade and over, who are interested in volunteering once a month. Volunteers will meet at the library from 3 to 4 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month. The next meeting is scheduled for Feb. 28.

For more Information

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York Public Library Winter Film

“Beasts of the Southern Wild” will be presented as part of a Winter Film Series at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24. Rated PG-13 for frightening sequences, some language and brief sensuality. 91 minutes.

Isabeau esby, author Talk

Saturday, March 2, 7 p.m. Isabeau Esby, author of “Cracking Open: Adventures of a Reluctant Medium”, will talk about the spirit world at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, at the library. What is a ghost? Is it somehow different from a spirit? And can either manifest itself onto our earthly plane of existence?

For more Information

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South Berwick Library Series to launch

An Art@Your Library series will open with a lantern making class from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, at South Berwick Library.

Trading Cards

An Artist Trading Card Workshop will continue the series on March 2, and “Monster Making” will conclude classes on March 9.

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Kennebunk Free Library Star Wars Club

The Kennebunk Free Library is starting a Star Wars Club for students in sixth through 12th grades. This group is for students who appreciate all things Star Wars including movies, games and Star Wars-based fiction. The Star Wars Club meets on the last Wednesday of the month at 3:30 p.m. Preregistration is required by calling 985-2173 x5 or e-mailing ts@kennebunk.lib.me.us.

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~ ask The Computer lady ~ dear Computer lady, I just love your newsletter and don’t know where I would be without it! Can iCloud be used on smart phones also or just an iPhone? Thank for all your help over the years! Kathy

dear Kathy, iCloud can actually be accessed from any web browser, I access my iCloud account from my PC almost every day. However, in order to have an iCloud account, you need an Apple device to set it up. I set

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)

mine up with my iPad, but you can also get one with an iPod Touch, or iPhone. Once you have the iCloud account set up, go to www.icloud. com from any device, sign in with your apple ID, and you can access your calendar, contacts, notes, mail and reminders from any computer or smart phone with internet access. I use iCloud.com from my PC, and any appointments that I make while working at my computer, are automatically available on my iPad. Elizabeth Hi elizabeth, My new Olympus camera takes MP4 video which is not compatible with Windows Vista. I cannot believe I am the only person having this problem but have not been able to fine a work around on the Internet. Can you help? I have learned a lot from you and would appreciate your help. Thanks, Sharry dear Sharry, You are not the only person with this problem, but there are several solutions you can try to be able to view your videos. First, it is not Vista that

is not compatible, it is just that your version of Windows Media Player does not have the right codecs to decode the MP4 video. Your best solution is to download a program that is capable of displaying the MP4 files for you. Apple Quick Time will play MP4 files: http://www.apple. com/quicktime/ iTunes can play MP4 video: http://www.apple.com/itunes/ MPC-HC is a free, open source program that plays MP4 files. I have not tried it, but it looks decent: http://mpc-hc.org/ You should be able to download and install one of these programs and play your video from your camera. Elizabeth dear Computer lady, How can I scan a document onto my computer and reduce its size so that I can upload to my work and not get the error file is to big? Thanks, Joyce dear Joyce, It sounds like you are scanning the document at a high resolution. There are a couple of options, first, you can lower the

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~ News ~ ‘Fabulous Find’ Thrift Shop reopens in New location

‘me & my Pal’ Scouting Programs Slated YOrK COuNTY – Girl Scouts is more than cookies and camp. Learn more about Girl Scouting during Me & My Pal programs slated in York County.

Many Seacoast businesses have helped to make The Fabulous Find’s relocation and expansion possible. (courtesy photo)

KITTerY – The Fabulous Find Thrift Shop reopened for business recently in a new, larger location at 139 State Road in Kittery. A February Donation Drive is in progress, and a Grand Opening celebration is planned for Saturday, Feb. 23, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The boutique-style thrift

shop had outgrown its old location in just over two years, and purchased the new building with 50 percent more space in January. “Taking ownership of this highly visible expanded space solidifies our commitment to making a difference in the Seacoast for decades to come,” said Anne Hunter, store manager. “But

we truly do not do it alone – the daily donations of goods, work of store volunteers, and support of our patrons are all critical pieces of the puzzle.” The Fabulous Find sells donated higher-quality clothing, home goods, furniture, music and books to raise funds for a variety of 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations.

To date, nearly $250,000 has been raised and donated. “Our $4,000 gift from The Fabulous Find moves us closer to the creation of the African Burying Ground Memorial Park in Portsmouth,” said Vernis Jackson, chairman of the organization’s committee. “We are lucky to have this support and assistance.” A number of local businesses have generously donated or discounted goods and services to See FINDS page 28...

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Remodeling  Bath  Siding New Additions  Kitchen  Decks All Types Of Flooring. FREE ESTIMATES! NEW! Now installing electric heated bathroom floors. Fully Insured Jack Fortier (207) 384-2604  Cell: (207) 252-0976

Remodeling & Repair • Interior/Exterior Painting • Carpentry Yard Work • Power Washing • Wallpapering & Stenciling

Handyman Jack, etc. LLC by Jack and Diane

Professional, experienced, fully insured • FREE estimates

207-363-5793 Member of the York Chamber of Commerce

Eliot, Maine

Siding - Windows - Doors - Decks Kitchens - Baths - Alum. Trim Work Seamless Gutters Free Estimates

Fully Insured Maine & NH NO JOB TOO SMALL Fred Merrill Sr.

207-703-0050 Cell 603-765-1855

Handy Man Services Serving Southern Maine

o’brien 207 337 3225

Fully Insured Contractor / Handyman Bob Cat Work Available

TODD FREDERICK OWNER (Fully Insured)

207-251-3718

no job too big… or too small! York, ME

Richard St. Charles

Regis Carpentry &

Building - Remodeling 207-641-2362

Specializing in everything you need for a beautiful home!

Additions • Decks • Siding Kitchens • Baths • Hardwood Flooring Licensed & Insured FREE ESTIMATES

Property Maintenance QUALITY WORK AT LOW PRICES Fully Insured - Many References

207-451-8083

“NO JOB TOO SMALL”

call scott

AGAMENTICUS HOME REPAIR • Snow Plowing • Handyman • Carpentry • Painting • Decks

CASON CARPENTRY

RATES ARE LOW! START THAT PROJECT NOW!

Licensed & Insured

Kitchen, Basement & Bath Remodeling ~ Decks Replacement Windows ~ General Carpentry & Repair Dan Cason Cell: (207) 651-8580 Tel/Fax: (207) 676-9840

Mainely Odds-N-Ends HANDYMAN SERVICES

• Light Carpentry • Sheetrock Repairs • Powerwashing Services • Storm Doors Installed • Interior / Exterior Refinishing • Home Security Checks Many More Services Available No Job Too Small Reasonable Rates Fully Insured

207-646-1567

CALL DOMENIC FOR A FREE CONSULTATION


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~ Home & Business Services ~

trEE / lot clEarinG & stump GrindinG

J.W. Ballard Tree Service Buyer of Standing Timber Lots Cleared • Bucket Truck Tree Removal Firewood • Chipping Fully Insured • FREE Estimates

1-603-817-6025

Tregg Cliche Tree & Lot Clearing

CONSTRUCTION

Selective Cutting Lot clearing Chipping ~ Firewood

Quality Custom Homes & Remodeling from Design to Finish

Fully Insured • Free Estimates

Additions • Roofing • Windows Siding • Decks • Kitchens • Bath

(207) 590-9275

Bennett’s Tree

___________________________ ___ _

Certified Tree Care C

ElEctric

Match Any Competitor’s Price! Serving Southern Maine Free Estimates / Licensed & Insured

207-615-7414

GENERAC Standby Generators in Stock!

furniturE rEpair / upholstEry

Call Today for a Free Estimate!

QUALITY Furniture Repairs

Rousseau Electric

Chinchillas Antiques

www.rousseauelectric.com

207-439-0747

207-676-0901

“Jake of All Trades” Call (207) 337-5959 Generator Installation

Fully Insured - Licensed in ME

1 MAN, 1 TRUCK, GREAT PRICE

Southern Maine Residential

SMR SCOTT MACE OWNER

LICENSED & INSURED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

207-439-5344 ALL CALLS RETURNED

Over 30 Years Experience Fully Insured 80 Cranberry Street, Wells

(207) 646-6562

Kittery Point, ME

Over 25 Years Experience Free Honest Estimates

small EnGinE rEpair

J.R.’s Small Engine Repair & Sales ––––––––––––––––––––––––––

261 Burnt Mill Rd, Wells, ME 04090

207-646-2638 • Cell 251-3629 “You Break It, We Fix It” Rototilling • Field Mowing Bush Hogging

–––––––––––––––––––––––––– USED SNOWBLOWERS

computEr sErvicEs

STAR TEK Computer Services

Virus Removal, Repairs Upgrades, Networking & New Systems in Home or Office Call or email Jeannine at leblancjm@startekpc.com

207-251-2235

dryWall

WE LOAD & HAUL

ANYTHING TO THE DUMP!

The Dump Guy

207-450-9262 • 603-486-7991 www.seacoastdumpguy.com DUMPSTERS FOR RENT

ROLAND D. BOUTIN

PLUMBING

Ryan Porell

Master Plumber

New Construction Remodeling Service & Repairs Seasonal Turn-Offs Life Safety Sprinklers

FHW Heating Systems New Construction & Remodeling Installation and Repair

20% Off New Customers Free Estimates

207-251-4243

Insured Master Plumber

(207) 730-1966

or email rboutin3@maine.rr.com

CALL LEON BROEKMAN (207)363-2567

Insured Master Plumber Master Gas Technician • • • • •

STEVE ENRIGHT MASONRY Brick, Block or Stone Fireplaces, Chimneys, Chimney Re-lining, Wood Stove Hearths, and Repairs.

(207) 363-6663 Paul Thurston

Masonry

Chimneys (New or Repaired), New Flashing, Steps, Walkways, Patios, Stonewalls, Foundations, Drainage Work, Sump Pumps, Basement Water Proofing. Fully Insured. Low Rates. Free Estimates.

Call Any Time! 207.985.3577

Kitchen/Bath Remodels New Construction Heating Systems On Demand Hot Water Plumbing Service & Repairs

dougbrownplumbing.com 207-646-0629

CRICKET’S PLUMBING

door sErvicEs

Dave The Door Man Installations & Repairs Interior & Exterior Storm, Shower, Basement Wood, Steel, Fiberglass Weather Stripping Lock Replacements Call Dave Lomasney

RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING Services & Repairs

Master Plumber #MS90014293

207•206•6824

207-351-1891

paintinG / papErinG

House Painting

Plumbing, Heating & AC Installation & Service

chimnEy sErvicEs

985-2130 or 361-4420

interior - exterior professional - insured

Bob Roux Phone: 207-985-4080 Cell: 207-251-8995 Email: rroux1@maine.rr.com

Haleys Fine Finishes Interior / Exterior Painting & Pressure Washing

pEt sErvicEs 207-985-3477 Cell 207-205-1273 Swept, Lined, Repaired, Professionally, Guaranteed No Mess Fire Safety Means Peace of Mind

Galen Humphrey

roofinG

Owner

Call for a FREE estimate!

BEDARD’S

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL

646-6684 / cell 251-0443 Wells, ME ~ Fully Insured

WastE rEmoval

R.P. PLUMBING

masonry

CALL: Brian Bourque

J.L. WIGGIN ELECTRIC

Electrical & Building Contractor Framework to Finish Electrical Panels & More

LEE R HANSEN

(trimming, removal, emergency service, etc) ________________________________

DaveBennett19@gmail.com We’ll go out on the limb for you!

Sales, Service and Installation Dealer

plumBinG

construction

Chet Woodbury Painting Wallpapering

ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION

1-800-ROOF-994

• Asphalt • Rubber • Metal Roofing Highly recommended by previous customers!

ROOF SPECIALIST SINCE 1949

Call For Your Winter Special!

BROEKMUD@MAINE.RR.COM

York, Maine

WastE rEmoval

207.363.4136

EXcavation / fill

FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED

YOUR AD COULD BE HERE! Call or email THE WEEKLY SENTINEL

(207) 646-8448 ads@theweeklysentinel.com

brian kelley

excavating Septic eptic Systems Drainage Ponds Driveways Roads Lot Clearing Stump Removal

Sea & Retaining Walls Granite Steps & Posts Fine Stone Work Patios

35 YEARS EXPERIENCE

AFFORDABLE RATES

207-837-5027 York Beach, ME


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~ Classifieds ~ rEntals WantEd

moBilE homEs for salE

firEWood / pEllEts

rEntals

rEntals

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

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

GrEEN $180/cord 207-676-8458

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.

rENTAL wANTEd Spacious 1 bedroom unit needed in Short Sands Beach area. Year round lease required. 603-306-2143

snoW ploWinG SNow pLowING Dependable and Experienced Fully Insured Serving in No. Berwick Area 207-409-6567

puBlic noticEs

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 5th day of March, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening. The Board will conduct a public hearing to release funds from the Grant Match Fund up to $1,250 for a match with the American Legion Post to replace Veteran Grave Markers at Ocean View Cemetery. Given under our hands this 19th day of February, 2013. TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN

PUBLIC HEARING To: Marianne Goodine or Elizabeth Littlefield, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine;

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

ELIoT ApT Small, one bedroom apartment, ideal for one person. All utilities included, $175/week. No pets. Call 207-439-2636

SEASoNEd 16” FIrEwood Cut, Split & Delivered $245 / Cord 207-439-5974

music sErvicEs

Seasoned Firewood CUT/SPLIT/DELIVERED

Stored in barn. $265/cord for 2 or more cords. Smaller deliveries available. We accept credit cards.

DUBOIS LIVESTOCK & EXC INC.

(207) 282-4445

itEms for salE USEd FUrNITUrE Portico’s Porch 438 Main St-South Berwick 207-384-0900 Online store: porticosporch.com rINNAI propANE GAS hEATEr REC329A - Vent free, excellent condition, 3,000 to 10,000 BTU. $200 207-646-7534

GREETINGS:

pErsonal assistancE

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 5th day of March, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

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

The Board will conduct a public hearing to access the Grant Match Fund up to $2,937.54 as the local match for a grant from the Maine Forest Service to the Wells Fire Department for the purchase of various fire retardant clothing and safety equipment. Given under our hands this 19th day of February, 2013. TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN

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 5th day of March, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN

MUSIcAL INSTrUMENT & ELEcTroNIcS rEpAIr All brands. Professional, affordable, reliable. Free estimates. TuneTown Music Gear (207)641-8863 www.tunetownmusicgear.com

clEaninG sErvicEs ShIrLEy’S SpoTLESS hoME cLEANING Dependable, thorough, and trustworthy. 207-439-1363 coASTAL cLEANING SErvIcES Cleaning for homes and rentals in York County. Insured. References upon request. Call Joanne 207-676-9098 The Weekly

Atlantic Self Storage

24 Hour Access Climate & Regular Units INDOOR CAR & BOAT STORAGE Moving Supplies Penske Truck Rentals ________________________ 326 US Rt 1, York, ME

207-363-3311

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 NEW RENTAL OPPORTUNITY! 2 Bedroom Mobile Home, Nice Lot Immaculate Condition North Berwick Location $850 / Month

www.century21barbarapatterson.com

Sentinel

storaGE rEntals AFFordABLE STorAGE Rentals $30 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404

commErcial rEntals

york

2,500 Sq.ft. shop / warehouse / storage space with office and bathroom. $1,200/mo.

INDOOR/OUTDOOR

STORAGE

Change of Season Special!

207-450-8720

(207) 985-9305

EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND SUITES

May 1 - November 1 from $299 Snowblowers & Plows Snowmobiles, Skis & Snowboards Inside space from $65 per month

*

Pay for 6 Months, Get a 7th for FREE!

• 24 Hour Access • Month To Month Rental • Residential And Commercial Accounts • Sized from 5’x5’ to 20’x20’ Raydon Road

wELLS rENTALS Year round, second floor, 1 BR apartment. $650 + utilities. *Winter Rentals Available* Garnsey Bros. Rentals (207) 646-8301

Local News • Local Sports Local Staff • Independently Owned

storaGE rEntals

The Board will conduct a public hearing on “An Ordinance to amend Chapter 212, Vehicles and Traffic, of the Code of the Town of Wells to Clarify Parking and Directional Requirements Along Gold Ribbon Drive and Webhannet Drive”. Given under our hands this 19th day of February, 2013.

cUSToMIzEd GUITAr LESSoNS All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252

wELLS rENTALS 1 BR apartment $675. 1 BR apartment $775. Tenant pays heat/utilities. Lease required. No smokers/pets. 207-363-7655

207-363-0020 York, Maine

Scotland Bridge Road

*Payment in full, in advance, required to receive this special.

Prime Route One, Wells location. Offices with shared waiting area, kitchen and bath. Suites available at attractive terms. Newly remodeled building, handicap accessible. Ample, well-lit parking. Sign on incentives! Starting at $500/month, all inclusive!

Call today to reserve space:

(207) 985-9305


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~ News & Classifieds ~

Sentinel

Local News • Local Sports Local Staff • Independently Owned

EquEstrian sErvicEs

ELIOT AUTOMOTIVE

horSEBAcK rIdING LESSoNS: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970

www.EliotAutomotive.com

horSES BoArdEd Full Board $350/month Eliot, Maine 207-439-2636

autos WantEd Buys Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, RVs Campers We’ll beat best offers!

100 Dow Highway, Eliot, ME 03903 Phone: 207-439-0263, Kevin or Gary Email: eliotauto@yahoo.com

hElp WantEd

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

$100 UP TO $100,000 AVAILABLE! Paid Off or Not Instant Money on the Spot! All Makes & Models • Wholesale Buyer

– DON’T GET RIPPED OFF – CONTACT ME LAST:

207-363-2483, or email hoaty@starkeyford.com

$50,000

for the right vehicles! Call Dan: (207) 251-2221 or Email: villagemotors@comcast.net

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

Are You Compassionate? Our CAREGivers’ compassionate care has made us the leading provider of non-medical services to older adults. Join us in making a real difference in their lives – and yours. Flexible P/T morning, afternoon, evening, or overnight hours. Immediate openings in York, Kittery, Eliot and throughout York County. Home Instead Senior Care Kennebunk: 207.985.8550 York: 207.363.6550

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

Paying up to

Home: (207) 676-1034 Cell: (207) 233-5814 Maine & nh

WEEKEND HELP WANTED

Mary Ellen Dunham

We need late model trucks and autos of any kind.

One Item or Entire Estate. Cash paid for all antiques. Antique furniture, oriental rugs, paintings, old weather-vanes, glass, china, pottery, old clocks, lamps, antique dolls & toys, guns, swords, duck decoys, coins, old prints, books, old photography. Buying antiques for over 20 years.

LooKING For 3 dependable conscientious ladies to clean an ocean-front property at Biddeford Pool Saturdays from late May to late October. Please call 207-646-7373

Please send your resume and cover letter by email or post to:

HOATY @ TOLL FREE 1-877-395-FORD,

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

hElp WantEd

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.

CASH FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK

! K O LO

make the move successful. They include Salmon Falls Nursery and Landscaping, Fernald Construction, Eldredge Lumber, Absolute Power, Dow Hill Architects, Exeter Decorating, and Perry Plumbing and Heating. For more information, visit thefabulousfind.org or call 207439-8669.

CNA/PSS

autos WantEd

antiquEs

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autos WantEd JUNK & USEd vEhIcLES wANTEd (207) 423-0068 / (207) 363-7492 Please leave message.

BookkEEpinG LcB BooKKEEpING Lee Bryant QuickBooks ProAdvisor 207-475-5495

PRESIDENT’S WEEK SAVINGS

WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF A NEW 2012 OR 2013 KIA, YOU WILL RECEIVE A

32” FLAT SCREEN TV OR IPAD OR 4 SKI PASSES

WE GUARANTEE TO BEAT ANY KIA DEALER OR YOU WILL RECEIVE $200 CASH FROM US! *See dealer for details!

A NEW KIAS COME WITH A LIFETIME ALL POWERTRAIN WARRANTY *See dealer for details! NEW 2013 KIA STK# 3563

SORENTO LX AWD

RATE AS LOW AS

1.24%

MSRP $27,190 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $695 CUSTOMER CASH – $1,500 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $500 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

NEW 2012 KIA STK# S3447

SAVE 3,945

$

BUY FOR $23,245 OR

$

329/MO*

SPORTAGE LX AWD

RATE AS LOW AS

SAVE 2,680

$

1.24%

NEW 2013 KIA STK# 3628

SOUL

WE HAVE IT!

LEASE FOR

MSRP $17,464

NEW 2012 KIA STK# 3417

NEW 2013 KIA STK# 3629

$

99/MO*

*FOR 39 MONTHS AND $3000 DOWN

FORTE EX 5DR

SAVE 3,572

$

RATE AS LOW AS

RIO LX 5DR

MSRP $17,320 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $735 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $1,000 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

NEW 2013 KIA STK# S3966

SAVE 1,985

$

BUY FOR $15,335 OR LEASE

OPTIMA LX

$

108/MO*

1.24%

MSRP $24,575 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $930 COMPETITIVE BONUS – $500 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

BUY FOR OR

$

$

21,895

299/MO*

MSRP $19,840 SPECIAL – $1,500 KIA OF SOMERSWORTH DISCOUNT – $822 MILITARY BONUS – $500 COLLEGE GRAD REBATE – $750

BUY FOR OR

$

$

17,518

199/MO*

WE HAVE A TON TO CHOOSE FROM! MSRP $22,060

LEASE FOR $99/MO* *FOR 39 MONTHS AND $4000 DOWN

NO CREDIT APPLICATION REFUSED!

* Upon approval with Kia Motors Finance Credit for lease or purchase. 39 Months, 12K miles per year, on lease or 60 months on purchase. $2995 Down in cash or trade. Tax and documentation is not included. We reserve the right to correct any typos in pricing. See dealer for complete details. Offers expire 2/28/13.

• 10 YR / 100K MILE - LIMITED POWERTRAIN WARRANTY • 5 YR / 60K MILE - LIMITED BASIC WARRANTY • 5 YR / 100K MILE - LIMITED ANTI-PERFORATION WARRANTY • 5 YR / 60K MILE - 24 HOUR ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

KIA

GUARANTEED HIGHEST VALUE TRADE-IN! WE REFUSE TO BE UNDER SOLD BY ANYONE!

SOMERSWORTH 375 Rt 108 • Somersworth, NH www.kiasomer swor th.com

603-692-1699

Hours: Mon to Thur 8:30am-8pm / Fri 8:30am-6pm / Sat 9am-5pm / Sun 11am-5pm


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We’re Celebrating George & Abe’s Birthday All Month Long! Save Thousands At Dover Honda & Dover Chevrolet During Presidents Month Sales Event!

2013 Honda

2013 Chevy

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$98 Per Month

Civic LX

Cruze LS AUTO

Lease for 24 months with $2,995 cash or trade down. Excludes tax, up front fees additional. 12k miles per year. Security deposit with approved credit.

STK# C20921 • MSRP $17,925 • 5 SPEED

Lease for 39 months with $899.00 due at signing plus first payment, security fee, tax, title, acquistion fee and doc fee. 10k miles per year. Includes GM lease conquest bonus.

2013 Honda

2013 Chevy

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Equinox FWD LS

Accord LX

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Lease for 24 months with $2,995 cash or trade down. Excludes tax, up front fees additional. 12k miles per year. Security deposit with approved credit.

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Lease for 39 months with $899.00 due at signing plus first payment, security fee, tax, title, acquistion fee and doc fee. 10k miles per year. Includes GM lease conquest bonus.

2013 Chevy

2013 Honda

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CR-V LX 4WD

$119 Per Month

AUTO

Lease for 24 months with $2,995 cash or trade down. Excludes tax, up front fees additional. 12k miles per year. Security deposit with approved credit.

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~ Puzzles ~

ClueS aCrOSS 1. Afraid feeling 5. Cause to be embarrassed 10. A group of hunting animals 14. At some prior time 15. Papier-__, art material 16. Disney’s “____ and Stitch” 17. College army 18. Essential oil from flowers 19. Solo vocal piece 20. “Bodyguard’s” female star 23. Liz’s 3rd husband Mike 24. A weapons emplacement 25. Vast desert in N Africa 28. Fasten by sewing

32. Organic compound 33. Cooper’s Hawk (abbr.) 34. Immerse in a liquid 35. A beatnik’s abode 36. Utter sounds 38. Used esp. of dry vegetation 39. Live in 42. Metric linear units 44. Indian frock 46. Stand for a coffin 47. The Great Emancipator 53. Brown coat mixed with gray or white 54. Lightly fry 55. New Yorker film critic Pau-

line 57. European sea eagle 58. Lasiocampidae 59. Another name for Irish Gaelic 60. Droops 61. Clairvoyants 62. Phonograph record ClueS dOWN 1. On behalf of 2. Enough (archaic) 3. Adrenocorticotropin 4. Public recitation 5. “Gunsmoke” actress Blake 6. Waited with _____ breath

7. ____-Breaky Heart 8. Sacco and Vanzetti artist Ben 9. Those who inspire others 10. Capable of being shaped 11. Cardinal compass point (Scot.) 12. TV advertising award 13. Zen Buddist riddle 21. Hill (Celtic) 22. Universal standard time 25. Passover feast and ceremony 26. Zanzibar copal 27. NE Arizona pueblo people 29. Pith helmet 30. Small trout-like fish

31. Greek hell 37. Herbal teas 38. Struck a golf ball 40. Dash 41. Removes writing 42. Coal laborers 43. Old world, new 45. Mental representation 46. Someone who bites 47. Greek god of war 48. Albanian word for snow 49. Resounded 50. Solo racing sled 51. Gull suborder 52. Crimefighter Elliot 56. Albanian monetary unit

Answers to last week’s puzzles

ACROSS FROM THE 99 RESTAURANT!

ROUTE 1, PORTSMOUTH NH

- Alissa Bournival BRAND NEW 2013 JEEP BRAND NEW 2013 GRAND CHEROKEE COMPASS LATITUDE 4X4 OVERLAND SUMMIT 4X4

603-431-8900

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SALE $43,185 BRAND NEW 2013 WRANGLER UNLIMITED 4 DOOR 4X4

LEASE $299/MO

SALE $21,385

SALE $21,780

BRAND NEW 2013 GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4

LEASE $249/MO

HARD TOP, A/C, SIRIUS XM RADIO WITH CD. #JW801

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MSRP $27,975 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000

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SALE $24,975

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SALE $26,920

Come check out the animals from Wildlife Encounters on Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 10AM-4PM Refreshments provided!

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ALL LEASES WITH $2499 DUE @ SIGNING. 10K MILE PER YEAR, 39 MONTH TERM. TAX, TITLE & ADMIN FEE EXTRA. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT WITH ALLY FINANCIAL. ALL APPLICABLE REBATES ASSIGNED TO DEALS. NOT ALL CUSTOMERS WILL QUALIFY FOR ALL REBATES. #JG832 TOTAL PAYMENTS $9165.60 ADJ RESIDUAL $18462.30. #JG791 TOTAL PAYMENTS $10576.80 ADJ RESIDUAL $13516.25. #JP203 TOTAL PAYMENTS $7171.92 ADJ RESIDUAL 14520.75.#JG842 TOTAL PAYMENTS $9,635.73 ADJ RES 17,035.20. #JS266 TOTAL PAYMENTS $6952.14 ADJ RESIDUAL 14551.60. #JW801 TOTAL PAYMENTS $10977.84 ADJ RESIDUAL $15945.75. SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28TH, 2012.


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Weekly Sentinel, February 22, 2013

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