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Volume 9 • Issue No. 9

Theater Fire Prompts Venue Change: Berwick academy to Stage ‘les Misérables’ at Marshwood High SOuTH BerWICK – Berwick Academy is thrilled to announce that the Upper School production of the timeless classic “Les Misérables” will be staged on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Marshwood High School. Curtain time is 7 p.m. Because of a fire that recently broke out in the Patricia Baldwin Whipple Arts Center Theater on the campus of Berwick Academy, the show, which is the school’s annual major theatrical production, was forced to find a new home. Thanks to the kindness and generosity of neighboring school Marshwood High, the show will go on as planned. Head of School Greg Sch-

During a full cast show run-through the week prior to the theater fire, Ian MacFarlane, portraying Inspector Javert, searches for Jean Valjean, amid a crowd of curious onlookers. (courtesy photo)

neider commented, “It is hard to express the amount of gratitude we all feel to Marshwood

High School and Principal Paul Mehlhorn. Their willingness to adapt, adjust, and accommo-

date their schedule to be good neighbors is like nothing I have ever seen as a school leader.

“Clearly, Berwick Academy will be looking for ways to repay this tremendous gesture in months and years to come. As Head of School, there are rare moments when I believe we have to be willing to think outside of the box to create remarkable opportunities for young people. “That said, I have fallen back upon my most trusted mantra in this challenging circumstance: do what is in the best interest of the students. I believe that we have done our best to find that outcome in this case, and that we will all be witness to a very special performance.” See LES MIS page 4...

Visiting artists Series Wells Harbor dredge Funding received at YCCC delivers a diverse array of artists WellS – York County Community College’s Visiting Artist Series

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returns this month, celebrating some of Maine’s most renowned local artists. This year’s lineup features a poet laureate and noted author, a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer, and a pair of well-known musicians who will all appear at the Wells college campus throughout the month of March. The first in the series to make an appearance is Maine Poet Laureate and author Wesley McNair on Thursday, March 7, at 4:30 p.m. McNair is the author of 19 books, including poetry and nonfiction works as well as edited anthologies, and is the recipient of several writing fellowships and awards. Documentary filmmaker and co-founder of Pull-Start Pictures Cecily Pingree will speak on Monday, March 18, at 5:30 p.m. “Betting the Farm” is her first feature film about the hardships of three Maine dairy farmers. Her other projects include See YCCC page 5...

WellS – U.S. Sen. Susan Collins announced this week that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers intends to allocate $3.5 million in federal funding to complete the full dredging of Wells Harbor this fall during the fall/winter dredge availability 2013-2014 window. Since Wells Harbor sustained damage as a result of Hurricane Sandy, it was eligible for funding provided in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, which was signed into law on Jan. 29. The Army Corps is currently moving ahead with completing the coordination and developing plans and specifications for the project. “The nation’s small ports and harbors play an important role in local economies, and there is an ongoing need to address the maintenance backlog to ensure they are properly maintained and can continue to provide economic benefit locally, regionally, and nationally,” said Collins. “This is welcome news for the Town of Wells and will help provide economic benefits for the businesses that rely on the

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Wells Harbor will be dredged during the fall and winter of 2013-2014. (courtesy photo)

harbor for their operations.” Hurricane Sandy and other winter storms have created a large shoal at the entrance of the jetty to Wells Harbor, largely filling the navigation channel and settling basins, and have filled much of Well Harbor, reducing its viability. According to town officials, during astronomical high tides, many of the slips in the harbor are no longer accessible. The last full dredge of Wells Harbor and the Federal Channel was in 2001, with smaller in-

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terim channel dredges received through the Army Corps dredge boat Currituck. The harbor has incrementally been filling in with sand, reducing the 150 moorings to 86 and increasing navigational safety problems. Through the efforts and support of the Maine federal delegation and close working relations with federal and state agencies, permits are in hand and the town is shovel-ready with its local funding match to receive See DREDGE page 6...

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~ News ~ Winter Farmers Market at Kennebunk elementary School KeNNeBuNK – Kennebunk Elementary School will host a Winter Farmers Market for the school community on Wednesday, March 6, from 10:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The event will be open to the general public starting at 12:30 p.m. The Farmers Market, which is part of a larger Wellness Fair at the school, seeks to connect children and families with local foods, even during the cold winter season. Twenty producers and growers from the area will have foods available for purchase at the market. These include Pullen Manor Farm, Redneck Ridge Farm, Casco Bay Butter, Sunset Farm Organics, and Maine Shellfish Co. who will be bringing live lobsters for kids to see. The Winter Farmers Market was held for the first time last March, and this year several new farmers – including the Bison Project, Trailside Herbs, Rococo Artisan Ice Cream, Guzman’s Salsa, The Soup Guy, Trailside Herbs, Eastern River Cattle Company, and VitaminSea Seaweed – will be participating. Rococo is promising a creative ice cream flavor “to showcase the veggie and fruit focus” of the day. The Farmers Market will also help visitors start planning for the spring gardening season. Frinklepod Farm in Arundel will offer seeds for sale, as well as shares in its Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm. Master Gardeners from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension program will answer gardening questions and help kids plant seeds to take home. A variety of children’s activities – including face painting, a farm-themed scavenger hunt, crafts, an essay contest for fourthgraders, and face painting – are also planned.

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~ News ~ Museum to Host Informational Session for Prospective Volunteers OGuNQuIT – The Ogunquit Museum of American Art, 543 Shore Road, will offer a free informational session for prospective docents and volunteers at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, March 6. The session will be held at the York Art Association, located on York Street, York. A short film about the museum will be shown at each session, and docents from OMAA will be on hand to answer questions. Docent and volunteer training will take place at the museum in late April. The museum’s season runs from May 8 to Nov. 1. “Last year, our information sessions were very well attended and brought us talented and knowledgeable docents and volunteers. Since 2013 is the 60th anniversary of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, we expect an increase in visitors wishing to view our permanent collection as well as the exciting special exhibitions and events,” said Phyllis Giordano, docent committee chairman. “Docents lead tours and answer visitors’ questions about our exhibitions, and volunteers help with special events. These informational sessions are an easy way for interested people to learn

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March Programs for Job seekers at the careercenter SPrINGVale— The York County CareerCenter in Springvale is continuing its workshop programs for job seekers and those considering training to upgrade their skills and increase their employability. The Third Annual York County Regional Job Fair will take place on Friday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Nasson Community Center, 457 Main St., Springvale. Businesses looking to hire may still reserve space. Job seekers can participate in two workshops: “Going from ‘Have Done’ to ‘Can Do’ with Transferrable Skills” at 10:30 a.m. and “After the Job Fair: Next Steps” at 1 p.m. Job seekers should bring a résumé and come dressed for a job interview. The CareerCenter is offering several workshops in March to help candidates

prepare for the job fair. Many but not all workshops are listed below. For more information on the job fair or any of the CareerCenter’s programs, visit www. mainecareercenter.com or call 207-324-5460. resume Workshop: Tuesday, March 5, 9 a.m. to noon. Explore the basics of resume writing and learn how to promote the qualifications you have that directly match what the employer needs. Registration required. Computer Basics for Beginners: Friday, March 8, and Friday, March 22, 9 to 11 a.m. This interactive workshop covers basic computer components, navigating the Internet, setting up an e-mail account and how to use these new tools in your job search. Space is limited; please call to reserve a seat. York County Networking Group: Brown Bag Net-

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Bar MIllS – In what has become a yearly tradition, SIS Bank recently presented the Saco River Theatre with a donation of $2,500. This is the fifth year in a row that SIS has made a donation to support the organization’s theatrical and artistic presentations. “Giving back to the community is one of the most important aspects of doing business, and as a mutual savings bank we take that responsibility especially seriously,” said Mark Mickeriz, president and CEO of SIS. “Saco River Theatre is a mainstay in the region that provides a wonderful cultural experience, and we enjoy helping make that happen.” The Saco River Theatre, which serves as a non-profit community center with an emphasis on the arts, is the performance home of The Originals, a professional theater group

whose upcoming productions include “Maiden’s Progeny: An Afternoon with Mary Cassat,” “Adrift in Macao,” and Steven Martin-adapted “The Underpants.” Additionally, the theater regularly plays host to musical acts. Jennifer Porter, Pan Fried Steel Drums and Erica Brown’s Bluegrass Connection have all recently taken the stage. For more information visit www. sacorivertheatre.org. “Our relationship with SIS is incredibly gratifying,” says Dana Packard, artistic director at Saco River Theatre. “Their support over the years has helped us reach our production goals as well as sustain and improve upon the space itself.” SIS is headquartered in downtown Sanford with additional branch locations in Springvale, South Sanford, Limerick, Buxton, Waterboro, Wells and York and Portsmouth, N.H.

SIS Bank, including president and CEO Mark Mickeriz, at left, is a proud supporter of the Saco River Theatre, represented by Artistic Director Dana Packard. (courtesy photo)

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Health & Fitness Elderly at Risk in Winter Weather

As more winter storms threaten, local senior care experts are encouraging families to help their senior loved ones and neighbors prepare for the possibility of heavy snow, ice and frigid temperatures. The extreme temperatures and snow of winter can be especially dangerous for older adults. The elderly and those with heart disease are at special risk, according to the American Heart Association. “As people age, their ability to maintain a normal internal body temperature often decreases,” said Jeff Huber, president of Home Instead, Inc., franchisor of the Home Instead Senior Care® fran-

chise network. “Because elderly people seem to be relatively insensitive to moderately cold conditions, they can suffer hypothermia without knowing they’re in danger.” The following tips, from the local Home Instead Senior Care® office, will help you safeguard a senior loved one or neighbor. Fill the cupboard. Help your senior stock the staples and groceries they’ll need in the event of a large snowstorm or cold spell. Maximize energy. Encourage your senior to make sure they have adequate insulation and to check and clean the fireplace and furnace. Replace furnace filters

monthly. Minimize drafts. Help your senior fill old socks with sand and use them in drafty windowsills and door jams. Weather-strip around windows and doors. Keep doors closed to unused rooms and close curtains at night. Stay toasty. Advise your senior to add an extra blanket to the bed and warm the bed in advance with a hot water bottle. Never use electric blankets. A senior may not be able to operate the controls if the temperature needs to be adjusted in the night. dress warmly. A senior’s circulation decreases with age. Encourage your senior to wear an extra sweater or sweatshirt,

and sweat pants during the winter. Monitor the thermostat. Check with your senior to make sure that they’re keeping the thermostat above 65 degrees during the cold weather. Older adults are particularly susceptible to hypothermia, which can develop over a few days and weeks even in the mildly cool indoor temperatures of 60 to 65 degrees. Beware of budget problems. Make sure your senior isn’t trying to save money by keeping the thermostat down. Many communities have energy assistance programs for low- and fixed-income households. avoid slips. Make sure your senior has made arrangements to have driveways and

walkways cleaned. Salt and sand should be available to speed melting. Stay in touch. Check on your neighbor or loved one frequently during periods of cold and snowy weather. Build a network. You can’t always be around to help your elderly loved one. Call on neighbors, family and church members to help or contact your local Home Instead Senior Care office. For more information about senior and caregiver well-being, please visit www. caregiverstress.com. This article was provided by Home Instead Senior Care, a provider of non-medical inhome care services for seniors.

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Pilates Begins at Community Center KITTerY – Pilates classes will be offered at 7:15 a.m. on Mondays, beginning March 11, at Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Pilates is a conditioning system of exercises that helps build flexibility and long, lean muscles, strength and endurance in the legs, abdominals, arms, hips, and back. It focuses on developing a strong core or center, and improving coordination and

balance. Different levels of difficulty will be presented so this class is suitable for beginner as well as for advanced students. Sponsored by the Kittery Recreation Department, the six-week series is open to adults age 18 and over. Cost is $50. All registrations must be done at the Recreation Center or online as phone registrations are no longer accepted. Visit www.kitterycommunitycenter.org for more information.

Free Wellness Art Program Offered YOrK – An Art HOPE Creativity Gathering, a free program of creative wellness for all ages, will launch its spring series at York Public Library, 15 Long Sands

Road. Sessions are set 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, and on April 3 and May 1. The drop-in art studio will feature painting and drawing,

origami paper folding, and an occasional surprise art project. Participants may bring medium or use supplies provided. Stitchers, painters, poets and musicians are welcome. For more information, call 207-337-2900 or visit: www.arthope.org.

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Over-55 Fitness Classes Slated KITTerY – A series of programs designed to promote fitness in mature adults ages 55 and over will be offered this month by the Kittery Recreation Department. Classes will be held at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Chair yoga, a gentle form of yoga practiced sitting in a chair or standing and using a chair for support, is slated 9 to

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Health & Fitness Preventing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in the Workplace

The incidence of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is higher in office settings than most other professions. CTS occurs when the median nerve in the wrist is compressed by inflamed finger tendons that pass through the tunnel. Help prevent CTS by

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If you spend much time on the telephone, you need to switch to a headset. The headset will help to alleviate neck and upper back strain which decreases the circulation into the arms which can be a contributing factor in the development CTS. When performing repetitive gripping activities, make every effort to keep your wrist straight. When the wrist is kept straight, this position produces the least amount of pressure in the carpal tunnel. Stop every 30 minutes and stretch your fingers and wrist backwards five to 10 times to maintain

flexibility. If you have numbness and tingling in the hands, primarily in the thumb, index, and/ or long fingers or the presence of an electric-like shock in your hands, you may have CTS. Ask your doctor for a referral to a hand therapist and get proper treatment. A minor injury to the hand or arm can become a serious long-term disability if neglected. Submitted by Cindy Lavigne, a certified hand therapist at ProCare Physical Therapy and Hand Center, info@procarepthand.com.

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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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Once and for All... Without Drugs, Shots, Surgery or even Chiropractic 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.

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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.

It Promotes Rapid Healing of the Injured Tissues

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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Treat Sleeplessness with Vitamins and Supplements Millions of people around the world battle insomnia. Sleeplessness may be a byproduct of different conditions, and treatment may depend on the underlying cause of the insomnia. Many people find using allnatural supplement therapy is enough to ward off sleeplessness. Insomnia is more prevalent among elderly individuals and women. Elderly people are more likely than younger ones to have medical conditions that may cause pain at night or to take medication that can interfere with a good night’s rest. Some research suggests that men lose about 80 percent of their deep sleep between the ages of 16 and 50. For women, hormonal events often trigger sleeplessness. These can include menstruation, pregnancy and menopause. Individuals who are over the age of 50 may be more prone to anxiety, grief and depression which can cause sleeplessness. Although there are many different medications, be it prescription medications or overthe-counter drugs, to alleviate symptoms of sleeplessness, some people prefer to not take these medications due to the risk of dependency or the side effects associated with them. Hypnotics, which include the brand name Ambien, have been linked to morning drowsiness and even temporary amnesia, where individuals walk around, drive or even cook while under the medication and are unaware of what they are doing. Those who are looking for more natural approaches can use the following vitamins and minerals in conjunction with good sleep hygiene. Calcium and magnesium combination: Calcium and magnesium have been shown to relax the central nervous system, helping the body drift into sleep. According to Dr. William Sears, calcium helps the brain use the amino acid tryptophan to man-

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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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“I work for TSA and have to travel a lot. I went to two chiropractors and they didn’t help. In fact, Dr. Donatello’s chiropractic care didn’t help until we added the laser to my treatments. When we did this, my pain went away, the tension disappeared and I could travel on a plane for 8 hours without problems. I have not been able to do that in years.” ~ Brian H., Kittery Point, Maine

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SMMC PrimeCare Cardiologists Receive “Best” Rating

SMMC PrimeCare Cardiologists in Biddeford have received a “Best” rating for cardiac care from The Maine Health Management Coalition. Clockwise from left: Dr. Shabbir Reza, Dr. Paul Meadows, Dr. Howard Sherman, Dr. Edward Quinlan, III, and Jill Gagne, nurse practitioner. (courtesy photo)

BIDDEFORD – The PrimeCare Physicians Cardiology group at Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) recently received the highest rating for cardiac care from The Maine Health Management Coalition. The team of four physicians and one nurse practitioner has also been accredited for heart and stroke care by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and rated Level III for cardiac care by Bridges to Excellence, their highest ranking. “SMMC’s PrimeCare Cardiologists are an experienced team with an uncompromising commitment to providing compassionate, quality care,” said Vice President of Quality and Patient Safety Dr.

Nate Wilson. “Receiving a ‘Best’ rating from The Maine Health Management Coalition assures our cardiac patients that they are getting the best treatment.” Fellowship trained cardiologists Dr. Paul Meadows, Dr. Edward Quinlan III, Dr. Shabbir Reza, Dr. Howard Sherman, and Nurse Practitioner Jill Gagne pro-

vide a full range of diagnostic, surgical and therapeutic treatments for heart and stroke patients. SMMC PrimeCare Cardiology is located at 9 Healthcare Drive in Biddeford. For more information about the quality designations visit: www.ncqa.org, www.hci3.org, or www.mehmc. org.

...SLEEP from page 13 cursor to serotonin. In several double-blind clinical studies, 5-HTP decreased the time required to get to sleep and to decrease the number of awakenings, according to HolisticOnline. It is recommended to take 100 to 300 mg, around 45 minutes before retiring for bed. Melatonin: Although melatonin is the go-to supplement for sleeplessness because of its direct relationship with sleep onset and circadian rhythm in the body, some research indicates that melatonin supplementation may only be effective for those who are deficient in this hormone. However, it may be effective for the elderly person who naturally produces less melatonin as he or she ages. A report titled, “Melatonin in elderly patients with insomnia: A systematic review,” found there is sufficient evidence that low doses of

melatonin improve initial sleep quality in selected elderly insomniacs. Melatonin doses ranged from 0.5 mg to 6 mg, and most participants took a single dose 30 to 120 minutes before bedtime. However, larger, randomized controlled trials with less strict inclusion criteria are necessary to yield evidence of effectiveness in geriatric patients who suffer from insomnia before widespread use can be advocated. Sleeplessness is something that can cause anything from mere annoyance to a long-term health problem. Older adults who are more prone to insomnia can consider a number of natural remedies to help get a better night’s rest. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by MetroCreative.

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~ Calendar of events ~ Friday, March 1 Tavern dinner

Museums of Old York will host a tavern dinner on Friday, March 1, at Jefferds Tavern. The tavern will open at 6:30 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Cost will be $35 for non-members, $30 for members. Reservations are required. FMI 207-363-4974.

Society Meeting

The Astronomical Society of Northern New England (ASNNE) will meet at the New School, 38 York St. (Route 1) in Kennebunk at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 1. Astronomy classes start at 6:45 p.m. FMI www.asnne.org.

KLT to increase understanding and appreciation of local farmland. All “Year of the Farm” events are free and open to the public. FMI www. kitterylandtrust.org.

used Book Sale

St. David’s Episcopal Church, Route 1, Kennebunk, will hold a used book sale on Saturday, March 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The sale will include a variety of reading choices as well as audio tapes, DVDs, and CDs. FMI: 207-985-2127.

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Saturday, March 2

York American Legion Post No. 56 will hold a “Cash for Gold and Silver” fundraiser at the Function Facility in York. The event is set 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, in conjunction with the York Farmer’s Market. Proceeds from this event will benefit the American Legion and the charities supported by the Legion. Items being purchased include gold and silver coins, gold and silver jewelry in any condition, sterling silver tea sets and flatware. Call FMI: Absolute Precious Metals, 603-279-0607, York American Legion, 207-3630376.

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Students of Kennebunk High School will present “Guys and Dolls” Friday, March 1, through Sunday, March 10, at the school. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees get under way at 2 p.m. Tickets are $9 for general admission.

Kittery Land Trust will present a screening of the Camden International Film Festival 2012 Audience Award winner “Betting the Farm” on Saturday, March 2, at 4 p.m. at Kittery Community Center’s Star Theater. The film tells an intimate story of the hope, struggles and perseverance of a group of Maine dairy farmers in their efforts to get their own milk cooperative, Maine’s Own Organic Milk (MOO Milk), off the ground. This is one of several 2013 “Year of the Farm” events, including walks, talks, and demonstrations, sponsored by

Two children’s programs sponsored by the Kittery Recreation Department will kick off on Saturday, March 2, at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Firstthrough third-graders may attend a Lego Camp from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturdays, through March 23. Cost is $85. And a mosaic art class for ages 9 and over is set 2 to 4 p.m., through March 16. Cost is $65. FMI www.kitterycommunitycenter.org.

Monday, March 4 Toy Collection

A collection of animated Christ-

mas toys will be exhibited by Bob Gonnella at a March 4 program sponsored by the Eliot Historical Society. The presentation will begin at 7 p.m. in the John F. Hill Grange, State Road. Admission is free. FMI, call 207-748-0889 or 207-748-0040

Irish Balladeer

A musical program featuring Irish balladeer Paul Carroll is planned at 2 p.m. on Monday, March 4, at Atria Kennebunk, Route 1. Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Carroll will play traditional Irish music along with some contemporary favorites. Light refreshments will be served. FMI: 207-985-5866.

Tuesday, March 5 ‘Farming Options’

“Farming Options in Small Places,” a talk sponsored by the North Berwick Historical Society, will be presented by Barry Person at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, in the North Berwick Community Center at 264 Lebanon Road. Person, who owns Bridgewater Farm in South Berwick, has a degree in agricultural science and much experience in using the opportunities that the land presents, however small the area might be. Both members and non-members are welcome to attend at no charge.

Writing Class

“Preparing for College Writing,” a class in prewriting, drafting, revising, editing and examining model essays, will be presented by Wells-Ogunquit Adult Education at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5, at Wells High School. The five most common types of college writing: persuasive, expository, reflective, literary analysis and writing in response to a prompt will be

explained. To register, visit www. wells-ogunquit.maineadulted.org or call 646-4565.

Wednesday, March 6 auto Care for Women

A free car care seminar for women will be presented by Autoworks and AC Delco from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on March 6 at Autoworks Inc., 107 Government St., Kittery. Light refreshments and an informational booklet will be included. FMI www. auto-works.com or 207-439- 4500.

‘Know Your Nekton’

Get to know your nekton. Fish, crabs, and other free-swimming creatures are collectively called nekton and they are the subjects of much study at the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. In this Lunch-and-Learn program, research scientists Jeremy Miller and Jacob Aman will describe how and why they study these animals in the streams, marshes, and nearshore waters of southern Maine. Bring your lunch and a suggested $2 donation. Slated noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, at Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI 207-646-1555 or www.wellsreserve.org.

Thursday, March 7 Senior luncheon

A luncheon for anyone age 60 and over will be served at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, March 7, at Eliot Methodist Church, Route 236. Suggested donation is $5. For a reservation, call 207-475-7399 by Monday, March 4. The luncheon is sponsored by the Southern Maine Agency on Aging.

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Kittery Recreation Department will sponsor a basic sewing class at 5:30 p.m. on Fridays, beginning on March 8, at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Participants will make pajama bottoms and a pillow. Supplies required include a sewing machine, bobbins, quilting pins, needles, scissors and fabric. Cost is $125. All registrations must be completed at the center or online at http://activenet013.active.com/kitteryrec.

Game Night Set

The Eliot Community Service Department will host a Minute to Win It Game Night from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 8, at Eliot Elementary School. The challenge will include a series of games and challenges. You must register in advance. This program is for youth in first through fifth grades. To register or FMI 207-451-9334 or visit www. eliotcsd.org.

Saturday, March 9 audubon Field Trip

A York County Audubon Field Trip to the Kittery area will be led by David Doubleday at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 9. Participants will meet at Dunkin’ Donuts in Kittery. The focus of the trip will be raptors, ducks, winter specialties and spring arrivals. FMI 207-2054041. Free.

Turkey dinner

The Wells/Ounquit Music Boosters will serve a turkey dinner from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at St. Mary’s Church, Eldredge Road, Wells. Admission is $8 and includes turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, vegetables, rolls, dessert and a beverage. All proceeds will be used to support school

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~ News ~ an evening of Celtic entertainment to Celebrate St. Patrick’s day OGuNQuIT – An evening of Irish entertainment presented by Ogunquit Performing Arts at 6:30 p.m. on March 9 at the Dunaway Center in Ogunquit is a traditional

way to celebrate and enjoy the season. Admission is $5; parking is free. The stepdancers from the Stillson School of Irish Dance will entertain with enthusiastic

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An elder lecture series and seminar with elder therapist and life coach Magdalena Siegel, “Honoring Qur Wisdom,” is scheduled at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at Atria Kennebunk, Route 1. Light refreshments will be served. FMI 207-985-5866.

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The Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be meeting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at the Brick Store Museum, 117 Main St., Kennebunk. The chapter will be holding the annual DAR Good Citizen Silver Tea to honor local high school seniors who have been selected as the DAR Good Citizen from their school. Call 324-6202 to RSVP by March 6.

dancing and colorful costumes. The evening traditionally concludes with the showing of an Irish film, this year featuring the famous Riverdance group performing at Radio City Music Hall. The Stillson School of Irish Dance is one of the gems of Maine’s artistic community. Its founder and director, Carlene Moran Stillson (ADCRG/ TCRG, accredited by An Coimisiun in Dublin, Ireland, and a member of the Irish Dancing Teachers’ Association of North America and the New England Region teaching organizations) began her dancing career at age 4 studying under the direction of her aunt at the Lenihan School of Irish Dance in New Haven, Conn. She has competed in the New England Regional, North American, and World Championships. Stillson started her school 20 years ago. It is the only certified school of Irish dancing in

the state of Maine. The school’s dancers compete all over New England and place in the New England Regional Irish Dancing Championship annually. Dancers have placed in the North American Irish Dance Championships, as well as competing in the All Ireland Championships. Students of the school have performed with famous Celtic performers such as Solas, Cherish the Ladies, Trinity Dance Company, Liz Carroll, Billy McComiskey and Mick Moloney, and Eileen Ivers. Throughout the evening, as the dancers change from one costume into another, Stillson tells the history of the costumes and dances and the awards her dancers have attained. Following the dance presentation, the film “Riverdance: Live from New York City” will be shown on a full wall-size screen using quality projection equipment provided to OPA by Kennebunk Savings Bank.

The Irish Stepdancers from the Stillson School of Irish Dance return to Ogunquit Saturday March 9 at the Ogunquit Performing Arts’ annual celebration of An Irish Evening. (courtesy photo)

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~ Pets ~

Safe Haven Humane Society

WellS – If you’re looking to volunteer some mornings, our morning caregiver team sure could use your help. We try to have four caregivers each morning to share the workload but many times we’re shorthanded. Help feed kitties, clean litter boxes, clean and sanitize rooms, sweep and mop. Of course you get to do this with the kitties watching you. Sometimes they’ll give you a hand with the mop, and lie on your back when you bend over. That’s just because they love you and want you to know it. Please call Joanie at 646-4981. Our new Maverick Mondays and Thursdays are catching on. Our smart kitties now know when someone walks into their room it’s party time. They’re getting accustomed to companionship and affection from new and old friends. So come on down any Monday and Thursday 5 to 7 p.m. Sometimes a family must part with a kitty they love very much. Times like this are very hard on both family and animal. Many cats surrendered by their owners grieve for their loss and sometimes stop eating. So it makes sense to match up these kitties with similar families. Tigger is one such kitty who needs a new home. It’s heartbreaking because this handsome Maine Coon kitty already has a great home, but one of the children has become very allergic to him. So sadly, this 2-year-old must find a new home. Hopefully, one that’s similar so he doesn’t get depressed having to move. Tigger is a great family cat. He loves kids, dogs and people. Like all Safe Haven kitties, he is indoor-only and enjoys playing with his toys and family. Tigger also loves playing with water. He actually tries to get in the tub with the children! He loves

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to sleep with his human mom and dad every night. Tigger is neutered, up-to-date on all his shots, and the only special care he requires is Science Diet dry cat food, because his tummy is sometimes sensitive. If you love Maine Coon kitties, help this family by adopting Tigger. Please call 229-8314 for more information. March 3: Friends and Family event at Big Lots, Five Points Plaza, Biddeford 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Meet Safe Haven volunteers, learn about our No-Kill Mission, and save shopping at Big Lots, a business supporter of Safe Haven. Maverick Mondays and Thursdays: 5 to 7 p.m. at our Adoption Center, 1616 Post Road, Wells. Visit, play with kitties, help get them used to being

WeST KeNNeBuNK – On Saturday, March 9, the Animal Welfare Society will be at the Maine Mall in South Portland from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. for Rescues on the Runway, a pet adoption event of barking proportions. See a wide array of adoptable animals strut their stuff on the fashion runway. Many other animal rescue groups will be there as well with dogs, cats, rabbits and more, all looking for new homes. In addition, players from the NBA D-League Portland Red Claws will be in attendance to sign autographs. Ready to adopt? Start here. Already own? Collect treats, tips, and Red Claws autographs.

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George George is as handsome as can be and very low key. He likes to take things slow and enjoys an easy-going environment. This 3-year-old gets along well with everyone he meets. George is very well-mannered and gentle. He would love to share his new home with other pets, and respectful people of all ages. If a true gentleman is what you are looking for, George may be just the boy for you. Bella Bella is a 3-year-old cat looking for a new home. Bella has tested positive for feline leukemia, so she can’t share a home with other cats. As the name implies, it’s only a concern for other felines. Dogs, people, rabbits, hamsters, parrots, monkeys are all safe around her. Bella is a sweetheart of a cat who just enjoys doing all the usual cat things. Napping, occasionally playing, napping, looking for attention, napping, getting treats... and did we mention napping? Bella would make a great addi-

NOrTH BerWICK – Meet Brody… This handsome guy is a one-year-old chocolate lab. Brody had never seen snow, but like a true Mainer, he loves the fluffy white stuff, chasing snowballs and making doggie angels in the fresh fallen snow cover. Brody is house trained, and his foster parents indicate he is not a barker. Brody will do well with children of all ages, all cats and he just loves other dogs. Brody came to ACAR as part of a convoy of dogs and cats, all rescued from a very high-kill southern shelter. All northbound hounds pulled from these highkill shelters are quarantined for two weeks before transport. All rescued pets come current on all necessary vaccinations, are neutered and have been tested for

tion to practically any home. To see how great she is for yourself, and learn more about her condition, stop on by the shelter today to meet Bella. Murphy Twenty-nine years old. A milestone that isn’t often hit by many domestic animals, but Murphy is just that. Yes, this handsome cockatiel is 29 years old. Amazing, isn’t it? Murphy has lived a long, fulfilling life and now he’d like to find a comfortable home he can retire in. As you might expect, he’s rather laid-back and doesn’t cause a great deal of commotion. Give him a cozy habitat, some treats, a couple of toys, and he’ll be right at home. If you’d like a mature, noble, handsome feathered companion, then stop on in today to meet Murphy. Calendar of events March 2 - The Animal Welfare Society Mobile Adoption Team will be at Pet Life at the Mill Creek Shopping Center in South Portland with adoptable dogs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 9 - The Animal

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Welfare Society Mobile Adoption Team, Staff and Volunteers will be at The Maine Mall in South Portland with adoptable dogs and cats from 2 to 5 p.m. for Rescues on the Runway Adoption Event. Visit with the Portland Red Claws and many animal rescue groups. March 10 - The Animal Welfare Society Mobile Adoption Team will visit Pet Life in Sanford with adoptable dogs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Our Adoption Center is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. We are closed on Wednesdays.

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~ arts & entertainment ~

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WellS – Application materials are now available for the 26th Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival, which will be held Sept. 7 and 8 on the grounds of the Wells

Reserve at Laudholm. Information and applications are available at wellsreserve.org/crafts or by calling 207-646-4521. To be considered, application packets must be received by Laudholm

Trust no later than March 15. The Laudholm festival hosts 100 New England artists and craftspeople in a spectacular seaside setting. Jewelry, pottery, clothing, metalwork, woodwork, and photography are among the crafts selected by jury for this prestigious event. Proceeds from

the festival benefit the nonprofit Laudholm Trust. The world of nature is the unifying theme for the Laudholm festival, though crafts that are not conducive to a nature theme will not automatically be excluded. Originality, freshness, and display quality are key criteria used by the jurying committee.

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This new collaboration is temporary until Just Us Chickens relocates into new retail space in Kittery’s Wallingford Square Masonic Hall when redevelopment is completed this summer. Red Door Pottery, once the home of the Order of the Knights of Pythias, a fraternal organization founded in 1864, is an established Kittery art pottery studio and gallery. On Saturday, March 9, Just Us Chickens and Red Door Pottery will celebrate their new collaboration with an all-day event. Champagne and chocolates will highlight from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Continue to contact Just Us Chickens at 207-439-4209 or at the Red Door Pottery number 207-439-5671.

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Lawrence “Larry” Cato, 63 WELLS – Lawrence Michael Cato, 63, of 102 Stephen Eaton Way, Wells, died Feb. 18 after a long illness. Larry, a Vietnam veteran, served as a U.S Marine. Larry believed that serving his country was a very proud time in his life. Larry grew up in Salem, Mass., before enlisting in the Marine Corps at the age of 18. After his discharge, Larry spent time traveling and exploring the country. He worked several jobs after settling again in Salem, Mass., to raise his son. Larry’s passion for music was evident as he taught himself to play the guitar and also wrote lyrics for many of his songs. He was very proficient in his music abilities and everyone who was blessed with being part of his musical world enjoyed what he offered musically. Humor, animals and music were his three passions and greatest joys of life, he would often say. Larry settled in Wells, with his life partner and best friend, Lisa Helen Peters. Larry was predeceased by his mother, Rosemary (Mellow) Crawford, and is survived by a son, Larry Cempellin, and a young grandson, Mark; his beloved Auntie Alice Kingston; a sister, Rosemary (Chicki) Foley, and her husband, Frank; Cindy and Dean Hennessy; his brother, Christy Crawford; and his cousin, Jack Kingston, with whom he remained close through the years.

Robert “Bobby” Malcolm Childs, 75 TRENTON, Fla. – Robert “Bobby” Malcolm Childs, 75, of Trenton, Fla., died Tuesday, Feb. 19, at North Florida Regional Medical Center. Born in Livermore Falls, Maine, on May 1, 1937, he was the son of the late Charles Perley and

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~ Obituaries ~ Laura Mae (McElhiney) Childs. Bobby grew up in York, and later lived in Portland and Bangor, Maine, before moving to Trenton, Fla., in 2005. He served in the U.S. Army from Jan. 6, 1955, to Dec. 7, 1957, with the rank of Specialist-3 Corporal in the 10th Infantry Division and was stationed in Germany as part of Operation Gyroscope. Bobby married Mildred “Millie” (Pelkey) Childs in Maine on Oct. 19, 2000. Bobby worked for several years in the supply unit at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery. He was an accomplished auto mechanic and gardener and devoted his energies to these hobbies during his years in retirement. A gentle, hard-working, softspoken and humble man, always willing to help others, he was a loving husband, son, father, brother and uncle to many, and he will be deeply missed by his family and friends. Bobby was predeceased by his father in 1997, his mother in 2009, and two brothers, James Joseph Childs in 2003 and Kenneth Lorenzo Childs in 1936. Survivors include his widow, Millie, son James R. Childs and wife Teri; daughter Candace L’Heureux and husband Kevin; grandsons James Jr., Adam, Jacob, Jack and Aleia Childs, and Kevin L’Heureux Jr., all of Portland, Maine; three brothers, Charles P. Childs, Jr. of Richardson, Texas, Gerald Childs of Barrington, N.H., and Timothy Childs of Kittery; eight sisters, Patricia Zenger of York, Laura Kincaid of Visalia, Calif., JoAnn Ross of Hermitage, Tenn., Barbara Nasuti of Dover, N.H., Delores Belanger, Sandra Vano and Gail Childs, all of York, and Brenda Barstow of Rochester, N.H., and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service for Bobby was held on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 2 p.m. at Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, 1301 N. Young Blvd., Chiefland, Fla. Burial was in the Hardeetown Methodist

Cemetery, Chiefland.

Beverly Hallam, 89 YORK – Beverly Hallam of York, died on Feb. 21 at Surf Point, Maine. She was born in Lynn, Mass., on Nov. 22, 1923, the daughter of Alice Linney Murphy and Edwin Francis Hallam. She graduated from Lynn English High School. During her early years she studied clarinet and saxophone. In 1945, Ms. Hallam received a bachelor of science degree in education from Massachusetts College of Art and in that year she received a position at Lasell Junior College, Auburndale, where she was chairman of the art department until 1949. In 1948 she attended Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. In 1953 she received her master of fine arts degree at Syracuse University. From 1949 to 1962, Ms. Hallam was professor at the Massachusetts College of Art where she taught painting, drawing and design. She also introduced and taught the first courses in photography and theater arts. On Saturdays she supervised the Saturday Morning High School Art Classes. An avid photographer, Ms. Hallam traveled to Europe and compiled many illustrated lectures on art subjects which she gave throughout the country. In the early ’50s she pioneered and researched the use of Polyvinyl Acetate as a painting medium, now used extensively internationally and called “acrylic.” She exhibited and demonstrated its use throughout the East. Known for her larger-thanlife airbrushed flowered canvases, she had 45 solo exhibitions in mu-

seums and galleries and 280 group shows. Her work is in the permanent collections of many museums and corporations and in private collections in the U.S., Canada, France, Belgium and Switzerland. Her most recent awards were the Distinguished Alumni Award, Massachusetts College of Art and Maine College of Art Award for Achievement as a Visual Artist. An illustrated book, “Beverly Hallam: An Odyssey in American Art” by Carl Little, (Pub. Walesback Books, Washington) depicts her life and work. The Union of Maine Visual Artists, as part of the Maine Masters Project, featured her brilliant career on film in “Beverly Hallam: Artist as Innovator.” No service. Private burial will be at Pine Grove Cemetery, Lynn, Mass. Contributions in her memory may be made to the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, P.O. Box 815, Ogunquit, ME 03907.

Sylvia Ann Smith, 78 NORTH BERWICK – Sylvia Ann Smith, 78, of North Berwick, passed away peacefully at her home on Jan. 29. She was born in Lovell, Maine, on Dec. 10, 1934, to Leewood and Levina (Woodsome) Norton. After attending local

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schools in Lovell she continued her education at St. Mary’s College in Lewiston, where she received a degree in nursing. She worked for many years in birthing and found great pleasure in assisting new life enter the world. Later in life she retired to Bradenton, Fla., where she lived for 20 years with her second husband, Bob Smith. She returned to Maine in 2010 to be near family and settled in North Berwick. She found enjoyment in her grandchildren and great-grandchildren as well as knitting and crocheting for “Warm Up America.” Sylvia is survived by her son, Shawn Kelly, and wife Beccie; her son Ryan Kelly; a sister, Marilyn Stocklen, and husband Charles; a brother, Pat Norton, and wife Ellie, and five grandchildren, Kyla, Kyrstie, Pamela, Joseph and Devon. A celebration of Sylvia’s life will be held at her home on April 21 from 1 to 3 p.m. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick. Those who wish may contribute to Warm Up America c/o Delores Fairburn, 10 Canal St., No. 302, North Berwick, ME 03906. Online condolence can be expressed at www. johnsonfuneralhomeme.com.

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SPORTS York Indoor Track Team Takes State Title

Tom Reid, senior captain of the York High School winter indoor track team and state champion in the long jump.

By Larry Favinger Contributing Writer YOrK – Winning an interscholastic state championship at any level in any state is something of which the school and the athletes can be justly proud. To accomplish that feat two years in a row is an even more difficult task, yet that is just what the boys’ winter indoor track team at York High School has done. The Wildcats overcame 26 teams in gaining the Class B state title in the Merrill Gym at Bates College in Lewiston last weekend. The champions piled up a total of 76 points to run away from the field. “It was a total team effort to win our second state title, veteran Coach Ted Hutch said

recently. “Ten athletes scored to get our total points.” Rounding out the top six finishers at the meet were Foxcroft Academy (46), Waterville (44), Falmouth (42), Ellsworth (30), and Wells (29). “We expected and got our big points from (Tom) Reid, (Joe) Vogel and (Josh) Brooks” Hutch said. “Then we got some surprise points from (Nick) Eaton and (Kyle) Morrison in the mile, (Nick) Moulton in the high jump and the 4x800 relay team of (Brandon) LeBlanc, (Schaefer) Rees, (Tony) Ruest and (Tucker) Corbett.” Reid finished first in the long jump, second in the triple jump and second in the 55meter hurdles, Eaton had a third in the mile, Vogel was third in the long jump and fourth in the

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The championship winter indoor track team from York High School. (photos courtesy of Rodger Martin)

800 meters, Brooks was fourth in the 200, Morrison was sixth in the mile and high jump and Corbett was sixth in the 800. The 4x200 relay took fourth and it included Brooks, Bridges, Sean Kelly, and Corbett. Sometimes things work out above expectations to give a team a boost. “That relay was not supposed to score,” Hutch said,

“but they ended up stealing it and giving us 10 points we did not expect.” And it gave the Wildcats a quick 10 points and the lead. “It was a good way to start the meet and we never looked back,” Hutch said. Wells High School was led by senior Denzel Tomaszewski who won the 55-meter dash in See CHAMPS page 26...

Youth Indoor Soccer Clinics elIOT – The Eliot Community Service Department is accepting registrations for youth indoor soccer clinics. This program will include skill instruction through the use of drills and play. The majority of class time will be spent playing games that will enhance each player’s skills. They will also go through basic warm-ups and stretching needed

to be successful in the sport. Clinics are divided by age group and are open to students enrolled in prekindergarten through fifth grade. Sessions are set Saturdays, March 2 through April. For registration fees or to register, contact the Eliot Community Service Department at 207-451-9334 or visit www.eliotcsd.org.

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lady Bulldogs Win in Boston SOuTH BerWICK – Members of the Berwick Academy girls’ basketball team traveled to Boston to play The Winsor School, and performed well in a 48-20 win. Berwick is now 13-5 on the season, while Winsor falls to 7-8. The Lady Bulldogs raced out to a 36-13 halftime lead, and never looked back. Berwick was led by junior guard Rebecca Siegel who scored 14 points; junior forward Dominique St. Pierre added 8 to the final score.

Babe ruth Baseball registration SOuTH BerWICK – South Berwick Babe Ruth Baseball will host signups for the 2013 season on Friday, March 8, from 5 to p.m., and Saturday, March 9, from 9 a.m. to noon at the South Berwick Town Hall. Registration is open to 13through 15-year-olds from South Berwick and Eliot. All 13-year-olds must provide proof of age. A copy of a birth certificate will be required 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 and no older than 15 on April 30. The registration fee is $95 on March 8 and 9; after March 9 the fee is $120. For more information, contact Richard Raitt at 384-9281.

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...CHAMPS from page 24 the record time of 6.53 seconds. The old record of 6.58 was set by Tomaszewski a year ago. For York, Brooks, Morrison, Eaton, Vogel, LeBlanc, and Rees are seniors, while Corbett and Ruest are sophomores. “Our team philosophy is to treat all the athletes, even the freshmen, like seasoned veterans,” Hutch said. “If they feel appreciated and respected, they will do amazing things for their team.” “We also show respect for

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other teams and officials, the coach continued. “Our athletes do not show their talents by talking. They show it by preparing for each meet and each event in a professional way. Then you get on the line and do your best.” “It’s not about winning.” Hutch said. “It’s about working incredibly hard, sacrificing and trying to win.” There are 94 kids on the York High team and, Hutch points out, some 80 percent of them are honor roll students. “We have a lot of athletes that have sacrificed personal

goals in order to help the team,” Hutch said. “Reid and Vogel are our top scorers and they have the same attitude – ‘The team is more important than me. Put me in any

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Kennebunk Free Library Homeschooling Group

The Homeschooling Group will meet at the Kennebunk Free Library on Monday, March 5, from 2 to 4 p.m. No pre-registration is needed. Parents are invited to drop in, ask questions and get support, whether they are new to homeschooling, a seasoned parent/teacher, or merely considering it for a child. Activities for children will be provided. This drop-in group meets monthly.

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The Yarn Spinners, a new needlework club, will meet at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, at Rice Public Library, Kittery. Bring knitting, crochet, embroidery, latch hook projects, etc. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced needle-

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of a York Reads Film series at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 8. Hilary Clark of Maine Population Matters will facilitate the discussion after the film.

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“Argo,” winner of this year’s Academy Award for best picture, will be shown at 3 p.m. on Sunday as part of the Winter Film Series at York Public Library. Based on real events, the film chronicles a covert operation to rescue six Americans during the Iran hostage crisis. The film is rated R.

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Michele Albion will speak about her most recent book, “The Quotable Henry Ford,” during an Author Talk slated at 7 p.m. on Thursday at the library.

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“Mother: Caring for 7 Billion,” a film that follows a mother and child-rights activist on her travels to Ethiopia, will be shown as part

The next Pasco Author Lecture Series will take place on Sunday, March 3, at 2 p.m. and will feature Black Dinah Chocolatier Kate Shaffer. She will share the secrets of her success, along with the charms of living on Isle au Haut, Maine. Since 2007, the tiny island chocolate company Black Dinah Chocolatiers has been featured in countless magazines, including Gourmet and Martha Stewart Living. Food & Wine Magazine has chosen Kate’s book “Desserted: Recipes and Tales from an Island Chocolatier,” for their Best of the Best for 2011; Kate was named to Dessert Professional’s list of the top 10 Chocolatiers

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Wells Public Library will begin hosting a book club for fourthand fifth-graders from 6:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5. At the initial meeting club members will introduce themselves and get our books for the April 16 meeting. Each month the librarian will select books from a different genre, wrap them so that the covers are hidden, and children will choose which book they want to open. Swapping of books will be permitted. Each child will read a different book and share the book with the group at the month’s meeting as well as participate in some group games. Registration is required.

Gallery Opening

A free reception marking the opening of an exhibition of work by Claire Bigbee is planned from 11 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 2, at Wells Public Library. Refreshments will be provided, and the artist will answer questions. Bigbee is a painter and graphic designer living in Wells. and her art will remain on display for the month of March.

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$7,795

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$8,995

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$9,895

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$9,995

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$10,995

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$11,895

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$13,495

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$13,495

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$16,895

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$17,595

All wheel drive, black on tan heated leather, moonroof, automatic.

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$20,900

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2013 Honda

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Civic LX

Cruze LS AUTO

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2013 Honda

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$109 Per Month

$149 Per Month

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Accord LX

AUTO

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2013 Chevy

2013 Honda

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CR-V LX 4WD

$139Per 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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RATE AS LOW AS

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Stk. #13229HB

OR BUY FOR

PER MONTH

Stk. #H782

PER MONTH

2008 HONDA SATURN AUR A XE 2009 FIT SPORT Gray, 64K, Auto.,

2012 M A ZDA JOURNEY 6 I TOURING 2009 DODGE SE Black, 31K,

2008 NISSAN FRONTIER SE V6 2013 HYUNDAI GENESIS COUPE 3.8 R-SPEC

PER MONTH

2009 KIA KIA SEDONA SP OR TAGE 2010 LX Silver, 35K,

Only Only Only Only Silver, 58K, Blue, 48K, White, 81K, Auto., Only Only Auto, PW, PL, $ Auto, PW,BOOK!! $ Only $ $ Only Alloys, PW, MARCH MADNESS CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED SALES EVENT. $1,000 BELOW 10,400 15,995 15,995 11,995 $ $ A/C, CD PL, A/C, CD $ $ PL, A/C, CD V6, PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #12483HA

11,995

Stk. #13324HA 2009 HONDA FIT SPORT 2007 HUMMER H3 White, 81K, Auto.,

Only Only

Black, 86K, Alloys, PW,Auto.,

Alloys, 4X4, Roof, $ PL, A/C, CD 2008 SATURN AURA XE PW, PL, A/C, CD $ 11,995 Stk. #13324HA Gray, 64K, Auto., 18,995 Stk. #13420HA

Only

Auto, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #H820

11,875

#13229HB 2009 D ODStk. GE JOURNE Y SE 2007 P ONTIAC Silver, 58K, G6 Only Blue, 32K, Auto, PW, PL, Only Auto, PW, PL, A/C, CD $ 2012 MA ZDA 6 I TOURING A/C, CD $ Stk. #13229HB Black, 31K, Stk. #13407HB

11,875 10,995 Only

V6, PW, PL, 2008 SATURN AUR A A/C, CD 2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT Gray, 64K, Stk. #12483HA Silver, 50K,Auto.,

Auto, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, 2012CHEVROLET M A ZDA 6 CDI IMPALA TOURING 2011 LT Black, 31K, Stk. #H820 Silver, 26K,

2007 HUMMER H37,995

2007 PONTIAC G615,495

2007

2007

$

V6, PW, PL, Manual, A/C, CD AM/FM/CD Stk. Stk. #12483HA #12447HB

XE GS 10,400 Only Only

10,400

$$

Black, 86K, Auto., HUMMER Alloys, 4X4, Roof,H3 Black, 86K, Auto., PW, PL,4X4, A/C,Roof, CD Alloys, Stk. #13420HA PW, PL, A/C, CD $

$

Stk. #13420HA

Only

18,995 18,995 Only

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT GS 2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT GS 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

Only

$

Auto, Alloys, Auto, PW, PW, A/C, PL, A/C, PL, CD CD Stk. #H820 Stk. #13378HB

$

15,995 Only Only 15,995

Blue, 32K, P ONTIAC Auto, PW, PL, G6 Blue, 32K, A/C, CD Auto, PW, PL, Stk. #13407HB A/C, CD $

Only

10,995

G r a y, 7 2 K , A u t o, King Ca b, Manual, 4X4, Black, 6K, A l l o y s , P W, Alloys, P L , A /CLeather, , CD S t k . PL, # H76 4 ACD PW, A/C,

26,995

Stk. #13362HA 2013 HYUNDAI GENESIS COUPE 3.8 R-SPEC

2009 HYUNDAI SONATA SE Black, 6K, Manual, Black, 79K, Auto, Alloys, Leather,

Only Only

Alloys, PW, PW, PL, A/C, CD $ 2008 NISSAN FRONTIER SE V6 PL, A/C, CD $26,995 Stk. #13362HA

11,995 Only

G r ay, 72K , Auto, Stk. #13440HA K i ng C ab, 4X4, All oy s, PW, NISSAN 2.5S PLALTIMA , A /C , CD G r a y, 7 2K , A u t o, St Gray, K ik n.g#H76 C10K, a b, 4A 4Auto, X 4,

15,995

$ 2008 SE V6 2012 NISSAN FRONTIER COUPE Only Only Alloys, PW, Alloys, P W, PL, $$ A/C, PL , ACD /C , C D

15,995 St k . # H76 4 A 19,875 Stk. #H792A 2009 HYUNDAI SONATA SE 2009

OnlySE

Black, 79K, Auto, HYUNDAI Alloys, PW, SONATA Black, 79K, Auto, PL, A/C,PW, CD Alloys, Stk. #13440HA PL, A/C, CD $

11,995

Book Your Next Service Only Online & View Our Entire Inventory $ Only 24/7 $ Appt.

11,995 10,995 @ SomersworthHyundai.com Stk. #13407HB

Stk. #13440HA

Manual, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #H755

13,650

#H782 2010 KIA Stk. SED ONA L X 2011 TOYOTA COROLL A LE Blue, 48K, Only Gray, 18K, Auto, PW, Only PW, PL, A/C, CD $ 2009 KIA Auto, SPORTAGE PL, A/C, CD $ Stk. #H782 Silver, 35K, Stk. #13203HA

13,650 15,200 Only

Manual, Alloys, PL, A/C, CD 2009 KIA PW, SPORTAGE 2010 HYUNDAI VERACRUZ Silver, 35K, Stk. #H755 Black, 46K, Auto,

$

Manual, Alloys, Alloys, HTD Seats, PW,PL, PL,A/C, A/C,CD CD PW, Stk. #H755 Stk. #13318HA

$$

11,995 Only Only GLS

11,995

21,495 2011 TOYOTA COROLLA LE 2011

OnlyLE $ Only

Gray, 18K, TOYOTA COROLL A Auto, PW, Gray, 18K, PL, A/C, CD Auto, PW, Stk. #13203HA PL, A/C, CD $ Stk. #13203HA

15,200 15,200

2010 2011 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2012 ALTIMA 2010 HYUNDAI HYUNDAI VERACRUZ VERACRUZ GLS GLS 2011Rte. CHEVROLET IMPALA LT LT NH 2012 NISSAN NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S 2.5S COUPE COUPE 370 108, Somersworth, 603-692-5220 Only Only Only $ 15,495 $ 21,495 $ 19,875

Black, Silver, 50K, Silver, Gray, Black, 46K, 46K, Auto, Auto, Silver, 50K, Silver, 26K, 26K, Gray, 10K, 10K, Auto, Auto, HTD Seats, Manual, Auto, PW, Alloys, PW, PL, * All lease payments 48mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT & GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $1,499 cash or trade due at signing. AllPW, prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, CompetitiveAlloys, Owner, Valued Owner, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. Alloys, All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees. Alloys, HTD Seats, Manual, Auto, PW, PL, $ $ PW, PL, A/C, CD AM/FM/CD PL, A/C, CD A/C, CD $ $ PW, PL, A/C, CD AM/FM/CD PL, A/C, CD A/C, CD Stk. #13318HA Stk. #12447HB Stk. #13378HB Stk. #H792A Stk. #13318HA Stk. #12447HB Stk. #13378HB Stk. #H792A

7,995

$ 7,995

15,495

19,875

21,495

Book Your Next Service Appt. Online & View Our Entire Inventory 24/7

Book Your Next Service Appt. Online & View Our Entire Inventory 24/7

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

@ SomersworthHyundai.com 370SomersworthHyundai.com Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH @ 603-692-5220

370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH

603-692-5220

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

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

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Jim Dugan | Nancy Ergmann | Lisa Hamel | Mike Conlon | Laura Daly | David Sullivan | Lianne Cronin | Jeffrey Jellison | Laurie Collins

Atlantic Realty 433 US Route 1, Cottage Place, Suite 101, York, ME 03909 | 207.363.4053 | info@c21atlantic.com

NO. BERWICK - THE GRANITE IS A 3 BR, 2.5 BA HOME located close to shopping, restaurants & schools on a lovely 3/4 acre. This is one of many designs you can choose from. All of these homes will be built by a wellknown local builder who will take you through the process. $243,100 NANCY ERGMANN 207-337-2896

YORK - RARE TO THE MARKET, HIGHLY DESIRED, 3 BR CONDO IN THE GRAY GULL ASSOCIATION! Perfectly situated between Short & Long Sands Beaches, easily accessible in a minute’s walk. Low condo fees, 2 parking spaces, on-site laundry, pool & excellent rental history. HURRY! $269,900 JEFF JELLISON 207-752-1659

YORK - COZY 2 BR COTTAGE WALKING DISTANCE TO SHORT SANDS OR LONG SANDS BEACHES! Fully functioning kitchen offers eat-in or out on the deck options. Great summer home for you to enjoy or increase your income using it as a great rental investment. $199,900 JIM DUGAN 207-351-6303

YORK - CLOSE TO THE SEA! Take a look at this pristine Cape situated on a double beach lot only 5 minutes to Long Sands Beach. Enjoy the deck in warm weather or curl up in front of the fire in the family room admiring the view through a wall of brilliant glass. CALL NOW! $374,900 LAURA DALY 207-337-2121

UNDER CONTRACT

HE WHO HESITATES MISSES A VERY GOOD VALUE IN YORK! Come see our new listing only 1 mile from the beaches and an easy commute to the highways. Enjoy open concept LR/dining/kitchen, pine floors, private deck, garage, and 2 driveways. Wellkept… Move right in! $237,000 LAURIE COLLINS 207-337-3746

REALIZE YOUR DREAM OF HAVING A HOME IN THE BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE TOWN OF YORK BEACH! This partially cleared, level building lot is just 300 yards from Long Sands Beach. Quiet, private setting, this wooded land has access to public water & sewer. Bring your builder and design today! $175,000 LIANNE CRONIN 603-674-1441

NO. BERWICK - LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT LOCATION TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME? LOOK NO FURTHER! This lovely, manicured 3/4+ acre lot is conveniently located close to town facilities yet maintains the feel of the country. Enjoy the convenience of an easy walk to the center of town and quick access to So. Berwick & Wells. Soil tested, town water. $64,900 NANCY ERGMANN 207-337-2896

NEW PRICE

KITTERY - 2 BRIGHT & SUNNY BUILDING LOTS IN DESIRABLE LEWIS FARMS! Build your dream home on one of these lovely half acre lots and enjoy all the amenities Kittery has to offer. PRICED TO SELL AT $99,900 EACH! NANCY ERGMANN 207-337-2896

YORK - LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT ELEGANT HOME WITH AN IN-LAW APT? Look no further. This stunning, 5 BR home offers all private suites, wood burning FP in the LR, open concept family/ DR & a gourmet kitchen. Surrounded by magnificent perennial gardens. Currently a B&B. Totally renovated with 30% increase in space in 2006. $949,000

YOUR HOME COULD BE HERE! I just put this beautiful, spacious, 9 room Colonial under contract. Think you can’t sell yours in this market? Think again! Wellqualified buyers are shopping now! Give me a call today for your FREE MARKET ANALYSIS to determine fair market value for your home. LISA HAMEL 207-361-7019

YORK - SO MUCH HOUSE FOR SO LITTLE $$! 3 BR home on a very nice lot with 2-car garage, full basement and very convenient location ideal for commuters. This home has it all: Eat-in kitchen, separate dining, spacious living room with a woodstove insert in fireplace & more. A MUST SEE! $289,800 MIKE CONLON 207-337-1287

KITTERY BRIGHT AND CHEERY! Ideal retirement, first time buyers, or year round vacation home. Wellmaintained park close to beaches and shopping. Newly renovated throughout. Almost new kitchen appliances including range, refrigerator, dishwasher, and dryer. $29,900

NEW CONSTRUCTION IN YORK! Come design your home! Built by one of York’s most-renowned builders this 2700 SF Colonial sits in a new, private, 9 lot subdivision. Open concept first floor with a cath. ceiling great room, massive kitchen & dining plus a flex room. 3 BRs up and a walk-up attic for future expansion. $549,000

HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to build right now in York on this 3 acre wooded and private lot. Soils tested, surveyed, underground utilities, protective covenants. Pick your builder. Look into this now! Affordably priced at $86,900

PRISTINE, OVERSIZED COLONIAL LOCATED OFF A QUIET, DEAD-END ROAD IN ELIOT! You’ll find gleaming HW in the BRs & dining plus a front-toback FP in the LR with fresh carpets & paint. Storage with the walk-up attic, unfinished basement & 2-car garage with massive loft above. Large lot with hot tub in private backyard! $299,000

YORK RIVERSIDE ESTATE WITH A DEEP WATER DOCK! This 3,500 SF home set on 1.59 acres is a beautiful blend of traditional Cape features with custom molding and cabinetry, and post & beam styling with cathedral ceilings. $895,000

CHOOSE YOUR BUILDER… WE HAVE THE LAND! Your dream home is within reach by buying this 5 acre, wooded, York lot in a rural and private subdivision. Perfect for a sizeable home plus a horse barn/ accessory building. Surveyed, soil tested underground utilities. Call now! $117,900

www.c21atlantic.com

YORK BEACH - DON’T MISS OUT IN CHARM AND VALUE! Renovated, open concept, year round home. Recessed lighting, hardwood floors, new bathroom, huge bonus room runs length of the house. Located on a double beach lot. $259,900


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