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Volume 9 • Issue No. 10

Maine Family Network Turns Homeless dogs into lucky Pups By Adam Marletta Contributing Writer KeNNeBuNKPOrT – Meet Trixie. She is young, sociable, and enjoys cuddling on the couch. Trixie lives with a foster family in Maine, but she is looking for a permanent home. Oh, and one other thing: Trixie is a dog — a black Labrador mix, to be precise. Trixie is just one of hundreds of rescue dogs hoping to find a “forever home” through the help of Lucky Pup Rescue, a nonprofit organization based in southern Maine. The group was formed in 2008 by Kennebunkport resident Janet Wendle.

Trace is a 2009 alumnus of LPR who was recently certified as a therapy dog. (photo by Jen Richardson)

Lucky Pup Rescue is unique from other rescue organizations in that it has no physical

shelter location. Instead, Lucky Pup relies on a vast network of volunteers and foster families

State Police Take on Primary law enforcement duties in lebanon Sentinel Staff Report leBaNON – The Lebanon Board of Selectmen announced recently to residents of that community that all primary law enforcement services for the town will be provided by the Maine State Police. The move was effective on March 1.

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For the past 10 years, the town has been covered by an agreement between the York County Sheriff’s Department and the Maine State Police. Police coverage alternated monthly between the two agencies. “It was difficult with the alternating schedules with officers doing follow-up on cases and continuity of cases,” said Selectman Jason Cole. “If a resident had a burglary the last day of the month, they may have to wait for follow-up on the case because the next day that officer would be assigned new towns on the other side of the county for a month. The new agreement will give the town police coverage by troopers who will be assigned primarily to Lebanon and who will be able to focus on some of the concerns identified during a recent meeting with Maine State Police supervision, Cole added. Lebanon Selectmen met last Monday with Maine State Police Sgt. Jonathan Shapiro, who was assigned as liaison in crafting an agreement. Also attending the meeting were Lebanon Rescue Chief Samantha Cole and Lebanon Fire Chief Skip Wood.

Some areas identified as concerns included the increase in serious accidents on Carl Broggi Highway between Depot Road and the Sanford town line, speeding through various sections of the community and whether children of the community are being placed in proper car seats and seat belted. Also expressed was an overall feeling that many motorists from out of town feel they can drive recklessly through Lebanon because police coverage is limited. Another area of major concern was out-of-state auto registration violators. The town is finalizing work with a new constable who will be able to identify out-of-state violations, secure evidence and then follow through on prosecution. The initial fine is in excess of $900, it was reported. According to Cole, between 200 and 300 cars that are in violation have already been identified and the constable will pursue prosecution of violators. The town loses all excise tax money on vehicles that are not properly registered, it was noted. Excise tax funds from legally registered

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in Maine and throughout New England. With their help, Lucky Pup has successfully integrated nearly 1,000 dogs into new homes. As Lucky Pup explains on its website, “We believe that all dogs deserve a safe and happy forever home, regardless of breed or where they are from.” “We currently have a 4-pound chihuahua and a 120pound mastiff,” said Sue Richardson, president of Lucky Pup Rescue. “So it’s funny, the different sizes of dogs we work with.” Richardson, an educator in Kennebunk, got involved with Lucky Pup through Wendle, a co-worker. According to Rich-

ardson, her teenage daughter Jen wanted to become active in the rescue process, and they decided becoming a foster family would be a good way to start. She was soon recruited onto Lucky Pup’s board of directors, and recently replaced Wendle as president when she scaled back her involvement after having a baby. The Richardson’s first foster dog was Misty, who was found abandoned in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. “She took a lot of patience before she started to warm up to See PUPS page 30...

Performance of ‘To God Be the Glory’ Celebrates 20th anniversary

Leo Leroux of York, who has played Jesus in “To God Be the Glory” since the show began in 1994, emerges from the tomb as the Risen Christ.

YOrK – This Lenten season will mark the 20th anniversary of a special annual event in York – when Ascension of the Lord Parish presents “To God Be the Glory,” a musical presentation of the life of Jesus, on the three evenings of Thursday, March 14; Friday, March 15, and Saturday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m., and on Sunday, March 17, at 5:30 p.m. The show will be performed at St. Christopher Church on

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York Street. Admission is free, but a donation will be accepted. “To God Be the Glory” features an all-amateur, ecumenical group of singers, musicians and actors, some of whom, like Leo Leroux, who plays Jesus, have been with the show since producer Rita Leroux, Leo’s mother, wrote and introduced the show in 1994. Brandy Irish is music director. See GLORY page 17...

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SOuTH BerWICK – While schools across the country grapple with changes in funding, implementing new curriculum standards, and how to use technology in classrooms, Berwick Academy is taking a creative approach to tell its success story. The school made a case for why it has one of the most innovative education programs and is now hoping it will be enough for a shot at thousands of dollars worth of products and ser-

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~ News ~ Historical Society Plans appraisal event elIOT – The Eliot Historical Society will host an antiques appraisal event from 11 a.m. to 4

Volunteers Needed for Plover Protection Project WellS – Volunteers are being sought to continue a Piping Plover Protection Project initiated in the Town of Wells more than a decade ago. Wells has had a Beach Management Agreement with the federal, state and Audubon Agencies who are charged with protecting habitat for Piping Plovers and Least Terns. These birds begin to arrive on local beaches in April. Their nesting and fledging seasons extend into the summer months. While most often found at Wells Beach, the beaches at Drakes Island and Moody are also checked. In the early stages of the project, there was a threat of beach closure to ensure the safety of these species. Instead, Wells officials proposed a monitoring program which would keep the beaches open for use while protecting the birds through oversight and education of beachgoers. This program has been very successful. From the outset, no birds have been lost due to human activity. To maintain this success, volunteers are needed, people who are willing to commit to walk the beach on a regular basis at least once a week. From the middle of April through May, their task is to identify and count the birds and locate their nests so that they can be protected by fencing. From late May through mid-August, volunteers check the nests, report the location of chicks, and simply make people on the beach aware of the birds and of the simple do’s and don’ts of protecting them. This is a process of educating through conversation, not one of enforcement. Training is provided to all volunteers as well as identification and parking at the beach. Reporting is a simple process. If you enjoy walking the beach and are willing to assist with this program, you can set your own schedule as to which day and approximate time. Ideally we have someone at the beach everyday. You can volunteer for a month or for the season, for a morning or afternoon walk, alone or with a friend. For more information, contact Virginia Calvo at 646-2416 or <vcalvo@maine.rr.com> Volunteers are needed during the whole season but especially in April and May.

p.m. on Saturday, March 9, at Eliot Methodist Church, Route 236. Hap Moore and Lee Horowitz, appraisers with many years of experience, will

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~ News ~ Marshwood High School Second Quarter Honor roll SOuTH BerWICK – Marshwood High School students were named to the honor roll for the second quarter. They are: Seniors High Honors

Adalia Cardoso, Jocelyn Desisto, Benjamin Hebert, Corrin Hoyt, Kody Kaeppel, Monique Lillis, Andrew Purgiel, Kendra Threeton and Celeste Vega.

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Elliott Allen, Bethany Ames, Jared Bouchard, Matthew Brenner, Hailey Bruno-Moulton, Anna Byrne, Kaitlyn Cedergren, John Constantine, Alyssa Curtis, Joseph Darcy, Cameron Davis, Samantha Emerson, Hannah Ferguson, Alyssa Fogarty, Thomas Fontaine, Dakota Greenblatt, Adam Guy, Kendra Halle, Kaitlyn Hebden, Lucas Howarth, Thomas Howe, Abigail Hyson, Robert Jones, Luke Joy, Skye Knowles, Katie Leahy, Emma Leisentritt, Meghan Lewis, Anna Lietz, Kaitlin McKeel, Terence O’Brien, Shane Odiorne, Hayden Pearson, Sydney Porter, Ineliz Rijo, Matthew Scremin, Julia Shannon, Shanna Tofte, Madison Waterman, Hannah Waters, Christopher Whitmore and Gage Zickefoose.

Honorable Mention

Kathrine Baillargeon, William Bellottie, Allison Blunt, Garrett Brown, Nathanael Chamblee, Samantha Crosman, Cody Dutra, Charles Dwyer, Derek Earley, Jillian Gori, Emily Hall, Haley Hartman, Nicole Harvey, Justin Hockney, Kate Hourihan, Christina Janousek, Leighton Magoon, Alex McLean, Kyle O’Brien, Jordan Roberge, Tyler Robillard, Miranda Sansoucie, Erica Sewell, Matthew Shea, Trevor Smith, Chivaun Snyder, Devin St. Pierre, Hannah Thistle, Daniel Veino, Hannah Volger, Zachary Wengert and Jonathan Yarian.

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Hannah Bossi, Julianna Burke, Calvin Butler, Isabella Darren LaPointe, Garrett Robinson and Riley Wilber.

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Adam Allen, Hana Alleva, Carly Amsden, Emma Barker, Carolyn Bates, Jason Beland, Nicole Benedetto, Barbara Bergendahl, Suzannah Blass, Karissa Boesch, Michelle Bosse, Brittany Bossi, Andrew Bryant, Ryan Bulger, Sierra Connell, Benjamin Corey, Alexa Coussoule, Leah Dodier, Hannah Dolan, Garrison Dominguez, Brynne DuBois, Kaitlyn Fletcher, Jackson Foley, Hannah Folger, Carli Fontaine, Bridget Hale, Bridget Henry, Ashley Hickey, Rebecca Hilton, Dylan Hoffses, Brady Innes, Brooke Johnson, Johnna Kashmer, Isabelle Kirwin, Tobias Lamberts, Timothy Lee, Ava Leman, Mariah MacDonald, Samantha Mackenzie, Joshua Marks, Meagan McCormick, Macy Morrison, Max Parker,

Grace Potter, Zoe Preteroti, Brianna Richards, Jun Young Shin, Josef Siraco, Rebecca Thompson and Chelsea Valanzola.

Honorable Mention

Bailey Banville, Riley Burke, Jacob Cheney, Hailey Clementi, Erica Connors, Emily Desisto, Alyssa Dulong, Kyle Fallon, Ian Ferguson, Kathleen Flynn, Larissa Frizzell, Tyler Gagnon, Davis Keating, Noah Kreider, Zane LaPierre, Kaylee Leva, Kimberly Mills, Ethan Nickerson, Adya Plourde, Kyle Rowe, Austin Schladenhauffen, Kyle Sedler, Erin Silver and Ashley Tice.

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Nicholas Barrett, Andrew Blunt, Lauren Brown, Roger Connolly, Olivia Harper, Emily Kahler, Lane Klossner, Amy Lietz, Sabrina Lizotte, Megan McLean, William Ramsay, Jackson Roberts and Griffin Simmons.

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Palestine: a Student’s View KeNNeBuNK – The Maine Chapter of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers will welcome Amer Sami Abusada as guest speaker at a March 16 meeting. Joshua Romano, Mikaella Sansoucie, Katelyn Shea, Leah Shea, Haley Stacy, Hailey Tarr, Austin Trombetto, Sarah True, Rhiannon Waterman and Sophie Welch.

Honorable Mention

Zoe Allen, Emily Bruno-Moulton, Kaite Burovac, Christopher Davis, Morgan Dion, Burton Dow, Adam Driver, Zachary Farmer, Hayden Fitt, Kiera Flynn, Alexander Fudge, Marlee Gagnon, Kevin Gard, Kathleen Locke, Joshua Lord, Silas McIntire, Devan Moretti, Connor Pregent, Emily Robida, Tyler Schontag, Jonathan Stacy, Maya Travers, Alexander Weeks and Mikayla Willey.

Amer is a non-Muslim, 17-year-old exchange student at Bonny Eagle High School, Buxton, Maine. He comes from Beit Sahour, Palestine, a small city not far from Bethlehem. After exposure to the American view of events in Palestine, gathered largely from press reports, Amer sensed the need to present another view and to correct misconceptions. His presentation will include pictures and videos, and will touch on the culture and life style of the people, history of Palestine, the political situation, and what he calls “the wall of discrimination.” The meeting is open to the public and will begin at 2 p.m. at the Brick Store Museum in Kennebunk. Call 967-4298 for details.

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Jessica Bachry, Drew Bartlett, Lucas Blanchette, Molly Brown, Zoe Brown, Madeline Budroe, Lydia Carlson, Kyle Claus, Linden Colby, Nicholas Dalecki, Abigail Dolph, Mia Donatello, Margaret Dowd, Abigail Doyle, Cameron Dufault, Patrick Fallon, Ryan Fife, Thomas Fuller, Hailey Gagne, Cassandra Gagnon, Jenna Gilbert, Danielle Goodwin, Megan Greener, Liam Hawthorne, Jeffrey Hichens, Griffin Hooper, Jackson Howarth, Cody Hughes, Caroline Jacobs, Neylon Kaeppel, Jessica Kimball, Angela Lavigne, Grace Leavitt, Jayna Ledger, Jillian Marcus, Jennifer Marcus, Noah McDaniel, Sean Montgomery, Eli Nixon, Kylie Normand, Michelle Olsen, Kayla Perry, Joshua Piper, Lindsey Poirier, Grace Pouliot, Gianna Riccardi, Maxwell Richardson, Taylar Schoff, Jacob Scremin, Grace Smith, Logan Smith, Heather Snook, Anne Spezia, Lydia St. Pierre, Luke Stankovich, Sophia Syrene, Kaitlin Tarr, Alec Taylor, Tanya Thomas, Callum Toole, Aidan Trager and Abigail Waters.

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Korinne Bohunsky, Erin Campbell, Joelle Casey, Madeleine Doyle, Tyler Forrester, Ryan Gilliam, Elliott Greene, Kayla Harbuck, Zachary Hodges, Sydney Jackman, Brett Janes, Kyle Lavoie, Jacob Leavitt, Jacob Lebel, Cassie MacPherson, Nicole McGee, Lydia McIntire, Cole McIntire, Annie Moloney, Nathan Nebbia, Sarah Oakley, Hanna Philbrick, Olivia Rowell, Elijah Shields, Andrew Smith, Troy Stevens, Colleen Tuano, Samantha Waters, Piper Wilber, Avery Willett, Liam Williams, Sarah Wood and Jessamine Young.

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Victoria Biddle, Erin Byrne, Benjamin Gildersleeve, Bryant Goodenough, Nicholas Hall, Henry Hausmann, Isabella Latta, Maren McKenna, Lilianne Sullivan, Nicho-

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Local bank Partners with Portsmouth’s 3s artspace YOrK COuNTY– In 2011, Kennebunk Savings opened its first New Hampshire office in Portsmouth, and pledged its comprehensive commitment to the nonprofit community.

Since then, Kennebunk Savings has donated to numerous area organizations, and recently announced its biggest gift to date, a $20,000 capital campaign contribution to its Portsmouth neighbor, 3S Artspace.

3S, a multidisciplinary arts nonprofit located in the north end of Portsmouth, has been pursuing a $2.2 million campaign to make its goal a reality. When complete, 3S will house a 2,000-square-foot art gallery, a 375 capacity flexible performance space and a farm-to-table restaurant called Gather at 319 Vaughan St. According to Christopher Greiner, 3S executive director, “It’s truly gratifying to begin to see our vision come to reality. We are well beyond the halfway point in our capital campaign, we have numerous events planned for this year and are that much closer to creating a central gathering place for the Seacoast’s creative community and the community at large.” Bradford C. Paige, president and CEO of Kennebunk

From L – R: Danny Edgecomb, VP for Kennebunk Savings Insurance and Brad Paige, President and CEO of Kennebunk Savings hand a check to Christopher Grenier, Executive Director of 3S Artspace in Portsmouth. (courtesy photo)

Savings, commented on the decision to grant funds to 3S. “We have always been passionate about our support for the arts community, whether in Maine or seacoast New Hampshire, we know just how vital the arts are

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understanding the 2013 Medicare Tax In 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act were passed into law. One of their important provisions is a new Medicare tax designed to help pay the cost of health care reform. The new tax is effective in 2013, so it’s important to start planning now if you haven’t done so already. What’s changing? Medicare contribution tax. The 2.90-percent Medicare tax will continue to be applied to wages and net self-employment income. Half of the

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Lauzier elected board chairman SaCO â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Don Lauzier, vice president of community relations for Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution, was recently elected chairman of the board for the Biddeford-Saco Chamber of Commerce. As board chairman, Lauzier will lead the 86-yearold organization in its efforts to be a voice and a force for collaboration and partnership in the ongoing revitalization efforts. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Don will be a great asset to the chamber,â&#x20AC;? said Kevin Savage, president of Saco & Biddeford Savings. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He is deeply committed to the community and its continued success.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;With the positive changes that are taking place in the area, especially in downtown and in the mill complexes, I am excited to be part of an organization that

...TAX from page 12 of conversion. Paying taxes on the conversion today may allow future distributions to escape scheduled tax increases later. It is generally better to pay these taxes with funds from another account; using IRA assets will typically result in more taxes and may involve early withdrawal penalties, depending on your age. For more information on how the new tax will impact you and your family, please speak with your financial advisor. This material has been provided for general informational purposes only and does not constitute either tax or legal advice. Although we go to great lengths to make sure our information is accurate and useful, we recommend you consult a tax preparer, professional tax advisor, or lawyer. IrS Circular 230 disclosure: To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the IRS, we inform you that any U.S. tax advice contained in this communication (including any attachments) is not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing, or recommending to another party any transaction or matter addressed herein. Nichole D. Raftopoulos is a Certified Financial Plannerâ&#x201E;˘ practitioner at Nvest Financial Group, LLC. She can be reached at nichole@nvestfinancial.com.

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Center Celebrates Seven Years of Community Care SaNFOrd – The Cancer Care Center of York County this month is celebrating seven years of providing leading-edge radiation and medical oncology close to home. The Cancer Care Center is a collaborative effort of Maine Medical Center, Goodall Hospital and Southern Maine Medical Center. Radiation and medical oncologists work with patients, families and other members of the patient’s care team to help

determine the best treatment option for each individual. They participate on the leadership teams, tumor boards and cancer care committees at a number of hospitals. In addition to a state-ofthe-art facility equipped with the most advanced resources and technologies, the center also provides an innovative component that many largescale treatment providers do not: a smiling face and a helping hand from outstanding medical staff you can call your neighbor. Cancer treatment is about forging relationships, sharing a commitment to health and maintaining the highest level of communication with our patients. Radiation Oncologist and Cancer Care Center of York County Medical Director Dr. Philip Villiotte reports that among the Cancer Care Center’s key objectives is ensuring uniform, high-quality care to the communities the Cancer Care Center serves. “Spectrum Medical

Group covers four clinics in different geographic areas, and we’re continuously striving to provide consistent care at all sites,” he said. “We work closely with each community and the referring physicians. “We offer innovative technology in Sanford which includes Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT). This is technology that people would expect in the larger Boston hospitals, and it’s right here at home,” he added. The Cancer Care Center of York County will be celebrating Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month with a decorated blue table in the lobby providing facts about colorectal cancer and resources for screenings. A Spring Community Education Series will kick off the American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days the week of March 18, when fresh daffodils will be displayed throughout the Cancer Center for survivors, families, and caregivers. “Living with Late and

Long Term Effects of Cancer Treatment,” a survivorship program led by Melanie Cogan, N/P, Maine Center for Cancer Medicine, Cancer Care Center of York County, is set at noon on March 13. Gina Mosher, OTR/L, rehabilitation manager at Goodall Hospital, will discuss a variety of ways to conserve bodily energy in her “Energy Conservation: Doing More with Less” presentation at noon on March 21. “Look Good, Feel Better,” a program for women receiving cancer treatment, is slated from 2 to 4 p.m. on March 25. A trained volunteer cosmetologist will teach women how to cope with skin changes and hair loss by offering practice make-up techniques with skin care products, information on free wigs and turbans, and complimentary cosmetic products to take home. All programs will be held at the Cancer Care Center. Pre-registration is required. Please call 207-459-1658 for registration and questions.

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Colon cancer is not the easiest topic to discuss, or bring up. That’s one reason why, during National Colon Cancer Awareness Month, the American Cancer Society wants to share some of the basic facts and latest good news about this preventable, treatable, and beatable disease. Colon cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in men and women in the US, as well as the third leading cause of death for men and women. Colon cancer (formally known as colorectal cancer) almost always starts with a polyp – a small growth on the lining of the colon or rectum. Colon cancer can be prevented by finding and remov-

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Colon Cancer Screening Tests Explained • Colonoscopy uses a lighted tube to examine the entire length of the colon and rectum. If polyps are found, they may be removed during the test. To prepare for the test, you may be asked to follow a special diet and use strong laxatives (bowel prep) before the test. Most people are sedated during the test.

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KeNNeBuNK – The Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented the winners of the 2013 DAR History Contests as guests of honor at a recent chapter meeting held at The Atria in Kennebunk. Regent Janelle Anderson presented the awards. The title of the American

History Essay Contest was “Forgotten Patriots Who Supported the American Struggle for Independence”, and the winners were Abbigail Fournier, a fifth-grader from St. James School, and Lydia Wasina, a seventh-grader from Massabesic Middle School. The title of the Christopher Columbus Essay Contest was “How Did the Faith and

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~ News ~ ...GLORY from page 1 “Our musical play shows how music and song can entertain and deliver a message when just words cannot,” commented Rita Leroux, reflecting back on 20 years of “To God Be the Glory.” “We look back on 20 years of being anointed to do God’s work and touch people. On stage we are a strong witness for the Lord,” she said. In addition to Leo Leroux, four other current cast members have been with the production for 20 years: Pat Rose, who plays the Virgin Mary; Theresa Palumbo as the Samaritan Woman at the Well and her husband, Michael, as a Roman soldier, and Andy Compagna in the choir. Mike Palumbo researched the techniques required for safely enacting the crucifixion scene. According to Director Richard Leroux, who also plays St. Peter, every year brings new challenges. “People who have become experts in the show move on and other people take their places, but somehow it all comes together,” he said. “In an overtly secular age,” he continued, “ it is a great gift to share in this public evangelization for the glory of God.” With the passion and resurrection of Christ at its core, “To God Be the Glory” prepares participants and viewers for the sacred events of Holy Week and Easter Sunday. The show begins with the early life of Jesus, continues through the rousing call of John the Baptist for repentance, the public ministry of Jesus and his miracles of healing. The Last Supper is followed by a realistic portrayal of Christ’s crucifixion and death on the cross – a dramatic enactment that always deeply moves the audience. When Jesus emerges triumphantly from the tomb as the Risen Christ, the whole cast erupts joyfully in music and song, with some in the audience joining in.

Santa’s Toybox Needs refilling YOrK BeaCH – Though it seems the Christmas season is just past, it is time to look forward to the next one. St. Christopher Church is one of three local Catholic churches consolidated on Jan. 1, 2011, as the Parish of the Ascension of the Lord – along with St. Raphael in Kittery and the new Our Lady of the Angels in South Berwick.

During the 2012 Christmas season, Santa’s Toybox, sponsored by Union Congregational Church, York Beach, served approximately 40 York area families whose Christmas gift budgets exceeded what they could afford. The effort provided at no cost a selection of new and lightly used toys, games, books, and clothing for those families’ Christmas giving. Now, help is requested in re-

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KeNNeBuNK – Planning continues for Kennebunk’s 15th Annual May Day Festival slated on Saturday, May 4, in downtown Kennebunk. The festival needs many volunteers to make things run smoothly, and it need only be for a short time. Examples include wearing a puppet head for the Shoe String Theatre, helping to line up parade participants, removing the balloons on Main Street and general trash collection in the downtown area after the event. Interested area residents should contact Linda Johnson at magicj@gwi.net or 985-7935.

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Anyone interested in being part of the Craft Market, should visit www.kennebunkmaine.us, click on “Government,” click on “Committees,” click on “Downtown Committee” and click on “May Day Festival” for a sign-up sheet and address information for payment. Information on non-profit participation is also available. May Day Festival planning meetings are generally held on Thursdays at 8 a.m. at Kennebunk Town Hall. These meetings are open to the public; e-mail Linda Johnson for the next meeting date and a copy of the agenda

cars stays in the community to help build roads, provide public safety and cut taxes for residents who properly register their vehicles. Additionally, it was noted, Selectwoman Karen Gerrish has been in talks with the Governor’s Office where concern has been expressed that these same violators with New Hampshire vehicle registration plates may avoid paying income tax by maintaining a New Hampshire address. Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is working collaboratively with the Board of Selectmen on the tax evasion issue. Once cases are identified, the information will be forwarded to income tax divisions at the state level. “We are hoping for people

to just come register their car legally,” Cole said, “and it will save the town time and money to prosecute these cases. “We just want compliance and fairness for each resident.” On the day following the meeting, a Maine State Trooper was stationed at the entrance of local schools to watch for violators, and traffic enforcement was stepped up on Carl Broggi Highway. “We thank the Sheriff’s Department for their coverage of our town and understand the difficulties of switching back and forth each month. They have done a great job of protecting our town and we appreciate their work,” said Cole, noting the new agreement is expected to result in

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~ News ~ Bryce Morales Wins 2013 York County Spelling Bee WellS – For the second consecutive year, Bryce Morales, a sixthgrade student at Berwick Academy, won the York County Spelling Bee. Morales won by spelling “periscope” correctly after going 14 rounds at Wells Junior High School.

Virginia Bradford, a sixthgrade student at Saco Middle School, earned second place while a sixth-grade student from Wells Junior High School, Spencer Poulin, placed third. The county contest attracted 22 contestants from 11 schools and home-schools. Other schools participating included Biddeford

(l to r) Bryce Morales, Virginia Bradford and Spencer Poulin. (Photo/ Reg Bennett)

Middle School, Noble Middle School, Bonny Eagle Middle School, Saco Middle School, Teach Homeschool Group, Massabesic Middle School, Acton Elementary School, Sanford Junior High School and MacKanan Home School. Morales will now attend the state spelling bee which will be held at Hannaford Hall on the campus of the University of Southern Maine on March 30. Bradford will serve as alternate. This marks the 15th year that Wells Junior High School hosted the York County Spelling Bee. The spelling pronouncer was Trisha Winslow. Judges included Patricia Hayden, Rachel Kilbride, Martha Chessie and Susan Onion. Governors of the York County event are Vicki Aldridge and Lynn Mercier. The Wells Junior High School spelling bee was held in early February. In that local match, Jackson Woodman came in first and Spencer Poulin placed second.

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elIOT – In continuation of a community outreach project supporting families and individuals in need in surrounding communities, Eliot Elementary School decided to collect personal care items to donate to Footprints, The mission of Footprints is to make sure that everything

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Friday, March 8 Wine Tasting

European wines from France and Italy will be featured at a wine tasting set 5 to 8 p.m. at The Clown, 659 Route 1, York. The tasting is free. FMI: 351-3063 or www.theclown.com.

Sunday, March 10 Chicken Shoot

American Legion Post 56 of York will host a chicken shoot from 2 to 4 p.m. at the post home, 9 Hannaford Drive. FMI: 363-0376.

Bridal Fair

The Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce will host a wedding showcase from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Stage Neck Inn and York Harbor Inn. Complimentary admission for brides ad bridegrooms who preregister online: www.weddingsinyorkmaine.com.

‘Ode to Spring’

Entertainer-pianist Dave Hollis will present “Ode to Spring” at 2 p.m. at Atria Kennebunk. Light refreshments will be served. FMI: 985-5866.

Mystery-Thriller

A showing of “Gaslight,” a 1944 mystery-thriller, will continue the 12th season of Ogunquit Performing Arts’ Classic Film Series at the Dunaway Center at 2 p.m. The film stars Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton, Angela Lansbury and Charles Boyer. Admission and parking are free.

Monday, March 11 Zumbatomic

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and enhance coordination, will be offered at 4:30 on Mondays, March 11 to April 22, at the Kittery Community Center. Cost is $45 per child.

Tuesday, March 12 Talk on Tide Mills

A meeting of the Kittery Historical and Naval Society is planned at 7 p.m. at the Lions’ Club Building, State Road. Maritime historian Bud Warren will offer insight into the story of Maine’s tide mills. FMI: www.tidemillinstitute.org.

Open Gym

An after-school program of new games and sport activities will be offered from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, March 12 to April 12, at Eliot Elementary School. FMI or to register, contact the Eliot Community Service Department at 4519334 or visit www.eliotcsd.org.

Jazz Program

Jazz guitarist Tommy Bergier will offer a program of easy listening music at 2:30 p.m. at Atria Kennebunk, Route 1. FMI: 985-5866.

‘Green’ Choices

A Climate Stewards Lecture: “A Step-by-Step Guide for Reducing Your Fossil Fuel Use” will be presented at 6 p.m. at Wells Reserve at Laudholm. How do you choose among the many “green” options in your everyday life? Get solid advice and useful tips from Tom Twist, sustainability officer at The Chewonki Foundation. $5 suggested donation. Reservations required. Call 207-646-1555 wellsreserve.org.

Wednesday, March 13 auxiliary Meeting

The Berwick American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 7 p.m. at the Berwick Town Hall on Sullivan Street. The meeting is open to anyone who would like to see how auxiliary projects benefit veterans and the community. Any woman veteran or relative may attend. FMI: President Diana Lapierre 698-1762.

Parent Forum

Kittery K-8 PTA and Kittery Superintendent Allyn Hutton will present a forum for parents at 6:30 p.m. in the Shapleigh School cafeteria. Participants will discuss the attributes and skills parents would like to see in a new principal at Shapleigh. Hutton will discuss all comments, ideas and opinions from parents .

through fifth-graders at 4:30 p.m. on Thursdays, March 14 to April 11, at Eliot Elementary School and Frost Tufts Basketball Court. FMI or to register contact the Eliot Community Service Department at 207-451-9334 or visit www. eliotcsd.org.

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A recognition ceremony for Traip Academy student athletes who participated in basketball, indoor track, competition cheerleading, and ice hockey will be held in the Traip Academy gymnasium. The ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, March 14 ‘No Blarney’ Talk

Wells Republicans will meet at 6:30 p.m. when Sen. Ron Collins and Rep. Kathy Chase will present a “No Blarney Legislative Update” at Wells Town Hall. Topics discussed will include the process involved in passing legislation and issues such as gun control, paying the state’s hospital bills, and balancing the budget. There will be time for questions. FMI: nford.wellsgop gmail.com or 468-2395.

Floor Hockey

Floor hockey, a fast-paced game on foot, will be offered for second-

James J. Feeney Jr. WELLS – James J. Feeney Jr., 88, of Wells, and formerly of Charlestown and Dorchester, Mass., died on March 3. He was a retiree of the Boston Police Department. The beloved husband of 65 years to Rita T. (O’Connell), Jim lived life fully and well. A son of the late James J. Feeney and Mary (King) Feeney, Jim was raised in Charlestown along with his brother, John

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Friday, March 15 Blues legend James Montgomery and the James Montgomery Band will take the stage at Jonathan’s Ogunquit at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are $17.50.

Flashlight egg Hunt

The Eliot Community Service Department will offer a flashlight egg hunt for teens at 7:45 p.m. at Eliot Elementary School. Eggs will be stuffed with candy and some lucky eggs will have prizes! There will be pizza, beverages, games and music. No tickets will be sold at the door. This program is for youth ages 11 to 15. Registration required by Wednesday, March 13.

end Hunger

Partners for a Hunger-Free York County, in coordination with United Way of York County, will host a fair to get the community engaged in efforts to eradicate hunger. The fair will take place at York County Community College from 9 a.m. to

noon. The event will bring together a diverse group of food system stakeholders to identify and implement sustainable solutions to ending hunger in York County. Beverages will be provided.

eGGStravaganza

The Eliot Community Service Department will host a family egg coloring event for families at 6:15 p.m. at Eliot Elementary School. ECSD will supply four eggs per person. Participants may bring additional hardboiled eggs to color. Last day to register is Thursday, March 14. Registrations will not be taken at the door.

Feed Your Neighbors

A dance party fundraiser to benefit local food programs will be sponsored by South Berwick-Eliot Rotary at 8 p.m. at The Regatta Room in Eliot. Doors open at 6:30. Light appetizers will be available. A silent auction will offer a week at Sunday River or Cape Cod, Red Sox tickets, theater tickets, gift baskets. Tickets are $25 and are available at Affinity Salon and P. Gagnon in South Berwick, Kennebunk Savings Bank in Eliot/ Kittery, Eliot Meat Market, or call 603-767-2319.

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Obituaries

“Bud” Feeney, and sisters, Helen Annesse and Dorothy Jarvie, all of whom predeceased him. In December 1941, he joined the Navy, and served as Chief Petty Officer on the USS Patoka in the South Atlantic and South Pacific, including at the invasion of Okinawa. In January 1951, Mr. Feeney joined the Boston Police, a department he loved, eventually retiring in 1983 with the rank of Deputy Superintendent. He lived for his family: his devoted wife Rita, and his sons and daughters-in-law: Jim and Jean of Fairmont, Minn., Mike and Nancy of Canton, Mass., Richard and Jean of Weymouth, Mass., Jack and Ann of Weymouth, Mass., Dan and Sharon of Lehigh Acres, Fla., and Bob of Plymouth, Mass. He is also survived by many loving grandchildren and great-grandchildren, all of whom he cherished. He died peacefully – with his wife by his side – giving comfort to his family in his last hours. Jim was a loving husband and father and a loyal and thoughtful friend. Visiting hours were Wednesday in the Keohane Funeral Home, 785 Hancock St.,

Quincy. A Celebration of Life service was held in the funeral home on Thursday morning followed by a Funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church, 55 Commercial St., Weymouth, Mass. Burial in Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne. Remembrances may be made to York Hospital, where Jim received exceptional, compassionate care. Donations may be made online or by mail to York Hospital Fundraising, 15 Hospital Drive, York, ME 03909. See www. Keohane.com for directions and online condolences.

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~ News ~ Wells High School Spotlights ‘Champions’ WellS – Wells High School recently presented the second of three ‘Breakfast of Champions’ for the 2012-2013 school year. Nineteen students and five staff members were honored for their contributions to the learning and social environment at the school.. Honorees gathered before the start of school in the school library where the breakfast and awards presentations have taken place the past six years. Principal Jim Daly, Activities Director Jack Molloy and teacher Jay Moore were present to introduce students and present a certificate and red lettered T-shirt to each. Honored were Talia Auen, Nicole Box, Jason Chase, Reid Chase, Mrs. Lauren Clark,

Anthony Crawford, Julianne Fitzpatrick, Matt Gibson, Mrs. Rachel Graceffa, Jake Hamburger, Marcus Harding, Chloe Kellum, Sara Littlefield, Mrs. Heidi Knight, Lil Lagasse, Chandler MacNeill, Christian Martin, Matt McAllister, Alex McCormack-Kuhman, Morgan Miller, David Osterday, Brittany Stutes, Nickolai Tomaszewski and Jake Wilson. To be invited to this special breakfast, one must be nominated by a coach, teacher or staff member. Breakfast of Champions was instituted at the school in 2007 by Daly to recognize student and staff contributions to WHS. Each of the events is organized by Daly and secretary Lil Lagasse.

Among those present for the Breakfast of Champions are (l to r) Lil Lagasse, Heidi Knight, Christian Martin, Reid Chase, David Osterday, Matthew McAllister, Nicole Box, Talia Auen, and Jake Wilson. (photo courtesy of Vanessa White-Capelluti)

...EVENTS from page 24 Spaghetti Supper

Riverside Grange No. 475, 488 Little River Road, Lebanon, will serve a spaghetti supper from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The meal will include spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread, salad, dessert, coffee or juice. Tickets will be available at the door. Adults, $7, children ages 10 to 5, $5, senior

citizens, $6, and children under 5 free. FMI: 651-6494.

VFW Supper

An annual spaghetti supper will be served at VFW Post 5744, South Berwick. FMI: 384-2605.

Turkey Supper

The First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main St., South Berwick, will host a monthly turkey supper from 4 to 6 p.m. in the church vestry. The menu includes turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, beverages, and dessert. Cost is $8 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, 5 and under free.

~ ask The Computer lady ~ dear Computer lady, I was going through my files with Search Everything, when I found hundreds of inconsequential pictures that had no bearing or use to the function of my computer. I have a Dell XPS 420, which I bought new from Dell four years ago. I have no particular use for these pictures and would like to know if I can batch delete them without harming my computer. Most of the pictures consists of weird circles and squares, and have no idea where they came from. Hoping to hear from you soon, thank you in advance. Teddy dear Teddy, I don’t think that it is safe to assume that these pictures have no bearing or use to the function of the computer. Windows is a graphical user interface, and it uses images to display the icons and menus that you use. Some of this graphics are not 1 complete image, but they are made up of bits of smaller images. If you delete some of the images that Windows or other programs on your computer uses for the graphical interface, you would not be able to use the basic icons and menus to navigate around your computer. It is possible that these images are part of your internet cache. If that is the case, you can safely remove them. To be sure, don’t just delete the images from your search, but go to your web browser and delete your temporary files from there. Removing these images won’t break the hardware of your computer, but it could result in you having to re-install Windows or other software programs. Elizabeth

dear Computer lady, I have started putting out pictures albums on thumb drive, is that a good or bad idea. Should we invest in an external hard drive to store things? Thanks, Bill dear Bill, It is a good idea as long as that is not your only copy of the albums. Thumb drives can become corrupted, losing all the data on them (unless you want to spend more than $500 on data recovery). I would suggest that you save a master copy of the photo albums on DVDs. A DVD or CD disk has a much longer shelf life and is not affected by static or magnetic interference. An external hard drive is a bit more stable than a thumb drive, however, hard drives do eventually fail, so I would never keep my only copy of important files on any hard drive. Elizabeth dear Computer lady, I have just acquired a new computer which has Windows 8. Can you help me get started? I don’t have the faintest idea on how to make it work! Thanks, Paul dear Paul, Here are a couple of tips to get you started. 1. Use the Windows logo key on your keyboard. If you want to use a program, I will

use Word for an example, tap the Windows logo key, and type “Word” (without the quotes). This will search through your programs for the “Word” Program. You can then click on the search results, or press the enter key to open the program. This also works for the Control Panel (try typing “Power Settings”) and for data like your contacts, emails and documents. 2. Shutting down your new Windows 8 computer can be a puzzle as well. Some manufactures put a shutdown shortcut on the taskbar, but if they don’t it can be hard to find. You can search for it using tip #1 or you can use this method. Point your cursor to the upper-right corner of your screen. A menu will appear down the right side. Click “Settings” in that menu. Click “Power.” Click “Shut Down.” Elizabeth dear Computer lady, I’ve been reading your posts for a long time. They are very enlightening. My question is about “Onenote” the Microsoft program. I first had it on Windows 7 and it transferred over when I updated to Windows 8. There seems to be two separate places for the Onenote books and they aren’t synced or related. One you can access via the file explorer in the documents library. The other one you

get to by clicking the Onenote tile on the start menu. They each have different files in them. Is this normal or is there some way to sync these two files? Geiser dear Geiser, I have to tell you, I love Microsoft OneNote, and I use it all the time. You can have multiple files in OneNote, and you can have them open at the same time. OneNote refers to each file as a “Notebook” and each opened Notebook is listed as a tab on the left side of the OneNote window. I currently have 6 notebooks, a cookbook, sewing and crafting notes, business notes, and more. You should be able to open both of your notebooks, just open the one from your start menu, then click on the “File” tab, click “Open” and navigate to the notebook in your documents. Once you have both notebooks open at the same time, you can easily move pages from one to the other to “merge” them. Just right click on a page (pages are listed down the right side of the window) and click “Move or copy” to start the process. If you want to access your OneNote files from more than one location, you can store your files on Microsoft’s Skydrive and the files will automatically sync

to skydrive. I love being able to start a document on my desktop computer, then finish it while on the go with my laptop, and even be able to access it from my iPad. OneNote stores a local copy on your computer or device, so as long as you sync before you leave the house, you don’t need an active internet connection to view your files. Any changes you make while offline will be automatically synced when you get back online. Elizabeth Comments This Week: Posted By Joe: Dear Computer Lady, I have been using youtube for a while and have been able to find quite a bunch of good songs I used to indulge myself with back in the ‘60s, is there a way to keep these songs in my computer so I can enjoy them when I am not online? Dear Joe, You ask a good question, but I don’t really know the answer. I am posting it here though in case someone else has done this and would like to share. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions

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St. Thomas Students explore the environment

SaNFOrd – St. Thomas School is partnering with Waban’s Teambuilding Recreatoin and Environmental Education (TREE) program to engage students in learning about the environment. Seasonal changes offer different evidence of the activities of the ecosystem surrounding Bauneg Beg Lake, from the colors and autumn air of October and November to the bright crisp chill of December and January. During those months, the fifth- and sixthgraders from St. Thomas were assigned the task of gathering and documenting the “living evidence” around them to help discover what type of forest they lived in. In the fall months, students gathered assorted fallen leaves,

bark, fungi, and berries. They took pictures of the animals, or evidence of animals, and documented their findings. Students gathered “non-living evidence,” such as temperature and precipitation measurements. They also examined the forest’s soil by testing its pH and texture. After gathering all of the evidence, the students discussed their findings and concluded that Waban’s forest is a part of the Temperate Deciduous Forest ecosystem. As the snow began to make its changes to the ecosystem, the St. Thomas students returned for a winter adventure. Students utilized snowshoes to make their way along the woodland trails for a winter habitat lesson. With the use of trail camera technology, students set up a loca-

legislators Welcome rosie Crimp to the State House

St. Thomas fifth- and sixth-graders use snowshoes to get in touch with the snowy forest at Waban’s TREE Center for a winter habitat lesson. (photo courtesy of TREE Program)

tion for investigating the wildlife that is commonly active during the winter. While on their hike, the students were tasked with dis-

covering animal tracks and finding a suitable tree to place the trail camera. Students predicted what ani-

mals they would catch on film and discussed adaptations that certain fauna undergo during the harsh winter season.

Good Citizen Nominees Sought

KeNNeBuNK – Representatives Paul E. Bennett (R-Kennebunk) and Wayne R. Parry (R-Arundel) recently welcomed Kennebunk resident Rosie Crimp to the State House where she opened the day’s legislative session in the House of Representatives with her performance of the National Anthem. (Photo by Bethany Allen)

elIOT – American Legion Post 188 is seeking nominees for its Good Citizen, Fabyan Drake Award. Written nominations should be sent to the American Legion Post 188, Fabyan Drake Award Committee, P.O. Box 188, Eliot, Maine, no later than April 15. The Nominee must meet these requirements:

• The award is made for a deed or deeds performed in the past year, or over a number of years.

• Nominees must be a citizen, male or female, of the town of Eliot.

• No person may receive a second award for the same or similar deed or deeds.

• The award is made to a living person.

For more information, call 603-767-9013

• The deed or deeds performed must be outstanding, above and beyond that which would be expected of the average citizen. • The deed or deeds must have benefited the town as a whole, not one individual.

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~ arts & entertainment ~

York drama Club Stages ‘Honk Jr.’

YOrK – The York Middle School Drama Club will present “Honk Jr.” Thursday, March 14, and Friday, March 15, at 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 16, at 1 p.m. All performances will be at the York High School auditorium. “Honk Jr.” is the story of the Ugly Duckling set to music. This high-energy show is appropriate for children and adults. General admission tickets are on sale at York Middle School or can be purchased at the door. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children. “Honk Jr.” is an actionpacked musical based on the story of the Ugly Duckling. Ugly doesn’t look like his brothers and sisters. His mother, Ida, tries to convince him he should not

York Middle School Drama Club Will Present “Honk Jr.” (courtesy image)

worry. Discouraged, Ugly goes on a journey to find out who he is. He meets many characters on his way including a cat who invites him for “lunch,” a flock of geese, a bullfrog and many other characters who try to help him. Eventually he meets Penny, a swan. He discovers who he really is and his brothers and sisters learn a lesson about judging someone based on appearance.

Soirée and art Show Slated YOrK – When Nemo swept through New England a few weeks back, it took with it plans for an art show and soirée at the WrapAround Porch, 254 Cider Hill Road. So the event, which will feature the works of Dennis Perrin, has been rescheduled for this Saturday, March 9, from 3 to 7 p.m. WrapAround Porch is a historic Arts and Crafts summer bungalow located on the York River in southern Maine. It’s home to the paintings of D.E.Perrin, a fine art gallery, and Beyond Diabetes, a resource for those who seek health

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KITTerY – The Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common will host the first art exhibit opening at its newly inaugurated Vance and Anne Morgan Gallery with an opening reception of “Captured in Fabric” by award-winning fabric artist Nancy Morgan (no relation). The opening reception will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2 to 4 p.m., with an informal artist talk by Nancy Morgan at 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibit will remain on view until March 30. Nancy Morgan has exhibited both locally and nationally. She’s the recipient of the 2011 Honorable Mention of the New Hampshire Art Association, and

Creative Well Being Classes YOrK – Art HOPE artist-in-residence Laura Jaquays will lead a drop-in watercolor studio, “Simple Watercolors for Well Being,” at 10 a.m. on Wednesdays, March 13, March 27 and April 10, at the York Hospital Living Well Center, 127 Long Sands Road. Participants will learn simple techniques for using the classic medium and share a group dialogue about creative well being. Art materials will be provided or bring your own. This free expressive arts program is made possible by the

Simple Watercolors for Well Being (courtesy photo)

York Hospital Breast Cancer Living Well Fund. For more information, contact Susan Kelly-Westman at York Hospital Oncology Care: mail to:skelly-westman yorkhospital.com or 207-475-1167.

Biennial Student art Show Slated at Saco Museum

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As is the case with all Drama Club shows, there is a lesson for the cast and audience. The main objective is to provide an opportunity to have fun through a team effort while learning theatrical performance skills. About 35 fifth- through eighthgraders combine the acting, musical and artistic skills to present this annual production. Under the supervision of Bob Carbone, director/producer and Susan Frank, musical director, along with student assistant choreographer Jillian Gottwald, the cast and crew rehearse from December through March twice a week. Ticket proceeds are used to pay for production expenses and to provide the school with equipment or activities that promote the arts.

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SaCO – Every other year, the Saco Museum comes alive with artwork produced by students in local public schools. Presented in conjunction with National Youth Art Month, the “Celebrate Student Art: RSU 23 Art Show” will be on view March 9 through April 20. The exhibition will open with a free public reception at the Saco Museum on Friday, March 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This year, students from Dayton Consolidated School in Dayton; Jameson Elementary School, Loranger Middle School and Old Orchard Beach High School in Old Orchard Beach, and C. K. Burns School, Young School, Governor John Fairfield School and Saco Middle School created artwork for the exhibition. The more than 2,000 objects on display include paintings, pastels and sculpture. The exhibit is organized and curated by local art teachers Piper Bolduc, Debra DiGregorio, Martha Gagne, Joanne Ma-

Visual: Kayla-Lee – Fabric Art – By Nancy Morgan (courtesy photo)

second place winner of the York Art Association’s Fabulous Fiber Exhibit. She was selected for inclusion in the Joan L. Dunfey Memorial Open Juried Exhibit. As a member of the New Hampshire Art Association and Quilt Visions, Morgan’s works are on permanent exhibit at the Thomas Contemporary Quilt Collection in Placentia, Calif. “Having grown up in Kittery and attended Frisbee Junior High – and this summer planning to attend my 40th Traip Academy reunion – I’m thrilled that the town of Kittery is preserving and utilizing such a wonderful building. Having the opportunity to exhibit at what was my junior high school would have special meaning for me,” said Morgan. Located at 120 Rogers Road (Old Frisbee School) in Kittery, the Vance and Anne Morgan Gallery is located at the entrance to the state-of-the-art Star Theatre. For more information, call 439-3800 or visit www.kitterycommunitycenter.org.

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SPORTS It’s laughter and lay-ups When the Harlem Superstars Hit the Court Sentinel Staff Report YOrK – Comedy basketball at its best will hit the court at York High School on Saturday, March 16, when members of the York Rotary Club play host to the Harlem Superstars. The Superstars are a team of talented and highly trained players who handle the ball with amazing dexterity as they take on amateur hoopsters from within the communities in which they perform. Saturday’s 5 p.m. matchup will put the Harlem Super-

stars up against the York Dream Team, featuring Selectman Scott Fiorentino, Police Officers Scott Cogger and Jamie Rooney, York Middle School Principal Dave Williams, Village Elementary School Principal Amy Noble, Village Elementary teacher Andy Gray and Coastal Ridge Elementary School teacher Rich Johnston. The Dream Team will be joined by former and current York High School players. The Harlem Superstars first arrived in York in 2000 when their appearance was

lebanon Baseball Sign-ups Set leBaNON – Final baseball and softball sign-ups for ages 4 to 12 are scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 9, at the Lebanon Fire Station and from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, at the Hanson School lobby. Any player who does not register by March 12 will be placed on a waiting list.

The registration fee is $50 per player, and $35 for each additional family member. No child will be turned away because of inability to pay. All players must produce a copy of a birth certificate. Babe Ruth registration for ages 13 to 15 will be conducted at the same times. Registration fee is $75. Call 457-1406 for details.

Berwick academy Bests dana Hall SOuTH BerWICK – The Berwick Academy girls’ basketball team traveled to Wellesley Hills, Mass., recently and defeated Dana Hall 55-33. Berwick is 14-5 on the regular season. The game was tight in the first half, with the Lady Bulldogs holding a 6 point lead at the

break, 27-21. The team opened the second half with a burst, and never looked back. The team enjoyed balanced scoring as Torie St. Pierre, Suzanna Borg, Maggie DuChene and Rebecca Siegel all scored between 8 and 11 points in the contest.

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sponsored by the York Kiwanis Club. When the club disbanded, the York Rotary Club assumed sponsorship of the benefit event, according to Bernie Lontine, a former Kiwanian who is now a Rotary Club member. “They get the crowd involved,” he noted. “When they say they focus on audience participation they are not kidding.” The Superstars emphasize wholesome family fun at their events, and children are often invited onto the floor to take part in the fast-moving action, particularly during halftime when kids have the opportunity to hit the court and test their skills against each other. “Kids just love it,” Lontine said of the benefit basketball events, noting the Harlem Superstars accommodate children by staying long after play has ceased to talk with youngsters and autograph shirts, hats, photos and sports equipment. Tickets at the door will be $8 for adults and $5 for children. Proceeds will benefit the updating of automated external defibrillators in York schools and in improving the crosscountry and nature trails at York High School, 1 Robert Stevens Drive.

WinterKids announces derby KITTerY – WinterKids recently announced a new major fundraiser and 24-hour team ski challenge: The WinterKids Downhill Derby presented by Kittery Trading Post. This event – the first of its kind in Maine – will be hosted by Mount Abram in Greenwood. The derby will run from noon on Saturday, March 9, until noon on Sunday, March 10. Registration, limited to 50 teams, is now open at www.winterkids.org. The Downhill Derby is

open to teams of skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels (12 and older), with a minimum of five members per team and a maximum of 10. An $85 registration fee gets participants entry in the event, swag bags, a Downhill Derby T-shirt, and dinner and breakfast during the event. Live bands, comedians, raffles, and coffee will keep participants fueled and entertained around the clock. Prizes will be awarded in several categories, See DERBY page 33...

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~ Pets ~

another Chance animal rescue

NOrTH BerWICK – Meet Ming and Yumyum… Ming and Yumyum are sisters who came to ACAR as kittens last summer and are now about a year old. We find that black cats are the hardest to find homes for even though they make wonderful pets. Ming and Yumyum are beautiful sweet shorthaired black kitties, with long slender bodies, delicate paws, and pointed faces. Ming was adopted briefly but had to return to ACAR because she is afraid of children. Yumyum had a tail pull injury in the fall and wasn’t able to come to adoption day for a while but she is fully recovered with only a slight difference in her gait. The girls are spayed, upto-date on shots, loving and

playful, and would do best in a quiet home with no small children. They can be seen on Saturdays during our adoption hours or you may contact their foster mom, Lynn, at 676-5767 or lmanley maine.rr.com. Adoption hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market St. in the village of North Berwick. Thrift Store Hours: Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Other hours “by chance”

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...PUPS from page 1 people,” Richardson recalled. The primary job of a foster family, Richardson explained, is to give the dog love and safety. “Everything else is just gravy,” she said. Foster families typically help their dogs with the basics: house training, crating and socializing. Families also use their first week with a dog to address any medical issues and get a sense of the dog’s personality. “How are they, for instance, around children, cats, and other dogs?” Richardson said, running down the list of early socializing tests. Since many of the rescue dogs have been abandoned or suffered other forms of abuse, it can sometimes take them a while to readjust to family life. No doubt, being a temporary foster family for a dog is not an easy task. Richardson acknowledges the act of giving the dog away can prove too diffi-

cult for some volunteers. “Some foster families do it once and that’s it,” she said. “Others take one dog after another.” And sometimes a foster family ends up becoming a dog’s “forever family.” That has been the case with Arlo, Roxy and Gent, three of Richardson’s foster dogs that each ended up becoming a permanent part of the family. Lucky Pup organizers work to find the best home for each dog – no matter how long it may take. Richardson and her colleagues also go to lengths to keep in touch with “re-homed” dogs. “That’s the most rewarding part,” Richardson said, “when you get to see all the happy endings.” “We definitely get a lot of Christmas cards featuring the dogs every year,” she added with a laugh.

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Safe Haven Humane Society WellS – Velvet has waited long enough. We had a talk with this darling gray tabby, and we agreed that before the end of March, she will find the forever home she’s been waiting for. Velvet listened intently to our promise and immediately rolled over on her back, her feet in the air. We all know it’s just a matter of time before she’s doing the same thing in her new home. The plan we made is for her to simply continue being herself. She’s irresistible, with big eyes, soft gray-tabby markings, and a belly that’s not just round but blond and fluffy. She enjoys ear rubs and chin rubs, but her favorite is a good belly rub, which makes her wiggle with joy. Velvet is 4 or 5 years young. She was a great momma kitty to a litter when she arrived at Safe

Haven. All her kittens have been adopted and now Velvet waits her rightful turn. When someone enters the kitty playroom, her eyes seek them out. She is waiting. She needs you and we believe you need her. Let’s prove us right. Come and meet Velvet and see how great she makes you feel.

animal Welfare Society WeST KeNNeBuNK – Bane Fear not, as this lovable fellow won’t be a true bane to any household, but rather a great boon. Bane is a 5-yearold American Shelter Dog. He came to the AWS as a stray, so not everything is known about his past. However, his favorite activity is no mystery, he loves tennis balls. Loves ‘em. Toss them for him to fetch, give him one to gnaw on, bounce one around for him to smack, he gladly does everything and anything with tennis balls. Aside from that, Bane is a very friendly and playful dog. He enjoys getting regular walks and exercise to wear him out. He does need a little bit more work on his obedience skills, but that’s nothing attending an obedience class, like the one we offer at the shelter with discounted rates for adoptees, won’t solve. Bane would be happy to share a new home with some other dogs and rugged children who can handle his play style. If you’d like to add Bane to your home, stop on by the shelter today to meet him. Salem Black cats always seem to get a bad rap. They supposedly hang around too much with witches, cross the paths of superstitious people, and then there’s the whole Halloween thing. Well, despite his name, Salem is here to improve the reputation of black cats everywhere.

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Salem is a handsome 3-year -ld and is quite the friendly fellow. He may not come right over to every new person who enters a room, but once he realizes he can make a friend, he’ll greet them in no time. He has no intention of getting in your path, has never been seen with any greenskinned women and, as for Halloween, well his preferred holiday is Christmas. Salem would

Visit her at the Safe Haven Adoption Center 11a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Saturday, or Maverick Monday and Thursday evenings 5 to 7 p.m. Or call 229-8314. Calendar March 10: Volunteer Pot Luck Lunch 1 to 4 p.m. at Safe Haven Adoption Center. Call 229-8314. March 16-17: Indoor Yard Sale, Collectiques Building, 1616 Post Road, Wells, next to the Adoption Center, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Maverick Nights: Mondays and Thursdays 5 to 7 p.m. at Safe Haven Adoption Center. Everyone’s invited to play with the kitties. Call 229-8314.

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be happy to share a new home with other cats and children of all ages. If you’d like to bring this friendly, fun feline to your home, then stop on by the shelter today to meet Salem. Greg, Peter and Bobby, three fun-loving little fellas looking for a new home, are adult gerbils and the best of friends, so they want to find a home together. Being gerbils means all they want to be happy is a habitat with hiding spots, things to chew on, wheels to run on, and regular attention to keep them happy and social. One look at these adorable critters and you’ll be hard-pressed to not take them home with you. See if you can resist their charm and stop by the shelter today to meet them. Calendar March 9 - The Animal 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 the Rescues on the Runway Adoption Event. 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. March 11 - Watch Megan and Gail with an adoptable AWS pet(s) on the Furr-ever Friends segment at 8:20 a.m. on Good Day Maine, Fox 23. March 16 - Join the AWS Humane Educator and a pet at the Children’s Museum and Theatre of Maine on Free Street in Portland for a program on animal care and handling from 10:30 a.m. March 16 - Come to Pet Quarters on Route 1 in Wells to meet the Animal Welfare Society Mobile Adoption Team and adoptable dogs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.


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~ News ~ Climate Talks Planned by Wells reserve at laudholm WellS – Climate changes and always will, but we are living in a time of unprecedented change and uncertain future. If you wish you could limit the effects of climate change while planning ahead for potential impacts, you will get solid information and money-saving tips during this

ing Your Fossil Fuel Use” with Tom Twist, sustainability officer at the Chewonki Foundation. Twist will discuss the multitude of “green” options faced as a consumer or business owner. On April 3, Jennifer Hatch of ReVision Energy will present “Solar Energy for Your Home.” She will explain how much a solar

year’s Climate Stewards Lecture Series hosted by the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. The Wells Reserve has invited several experts on climate literacy, climate politics, and practical solutions to present thought-provoking and actioninspiring lectures. They begin on March 12 at 6 p.m. with “Reduc-

hot water or solar electric system costs, what you can expect for a return on your investment, what incentives are available for solar energy systems, and how these systems perform in our Maine climate. The third lecturer will be Stephen Mulkey, president of Unity College. In his May 13 talk, “Crisis and Opportunity in the Environmental Century,”

Mulkey will describe how humanity’s response to climate change, and the resulting ecological crises, will define the future world economy — and will be the ultimate test of our adaptability as a species. Full details about these lectures will be found at wellsreserve.org. Funding for the series is provided by the NOAA Climate Stewards Education Project.

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~ News & Classifieds ~ Wells and Wells reserve Protect Merriland river Watershed Parcel WellS – For the second time in less than a year, the Town of Wells and the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve at Laudholm have teamed up to protect a key parcel of land in the Merriland River watershed. The 61-acre Highpine Properties parcel consists of forested wetlands, vernal pools, and the headwater streams of the Merriland River. With 100 feet of frontage on the Sanford Road (Route 109), the undeveloped tract is nestled into the 700-acre Fenderson Wildlife Commons, a designated town conservation area. The protection of the Highpine property adds to one of the largest blocks of unfragmented conservation land in southern Maine “Protection of land in the Merriland River watershed is a priority for us,” said Paul Dest, director of the Wells Reserve. “The Merriland River is one of four rivers that flow into our estuaries, and we are delighted to be part of an effort to protect this river’s headwaters and to contribute to a landscape-scale watershed protection effort.” While the Town of Wells has a fund for purchasing land, no town funds were used for this purchase. “Two years ago the landowner challenged us to do this without using town funds,” said Keith Fletcher, a Town of Wells Conservation Commission member and the project leader of this acquisition. “The Town of Wells met this challenge thanks to help from our friends at Maine Natural Resources Conservation Program, the Wells Reserve, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Coastal and Estuarine Land Conservation Program, Great Works Regional Land Trust, the Wells Rotary, many generous private donors, and the owner of the property, who

sold us the land at well below market value. “In all we raised over $170,000 in cash and in-kind donations to make this project happen,” said Fletcher. “We also received important advice and support from Maine Coast Heritage Trust and The Nature Conservancy.” The property was purchased from the Highpine Properties LLC, Howard Hall President, who purchased the land from a developer several years ago specifically to conserve it for the town. This project – along with the 105-acre Tilton acquisition completed by the Town and Wells Reserve early in 2012 – will help protect water quality along Wells beaches and in coastal estuaries. The Merriland River is the major freshwater source for one of the three estuaries encompassed by the Wells Reserve and Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. The river originates in sandy outwash plains in western region of the Town of Wells, meandering for six miles before meeting Branch Brook to form the Little River, the largely pristine estuary of the Reserve and the Refuge. The Merriland River and its associated uplands are a high priority for conservation for the Town of Wells Conservation Commission and Wells Reserve, which together established the Merriland River Corridor Project.

...DERBY from page 29 including Biggest Fundraising Team and Best Team Spirit. The Downhill Derby aims to raise funds for WinterKids’ programs, so that more Maine children can develop healthy lifelong habits through fun, outdoor winter activity. In addition to corporate sponsorships and the registration fee, derby participants will be encouraged to raise money for WinterKids through online team fundraising pages and social media outlets such as Facebook. “The Downhill Derby will bring together hundreds of winter enthusiasts who will support a great cause,” said Julie Mulkern,

WinterKids’ executive director. “WinterKids is proud to serve 17,000 children each year, and the derby is a great way to bring awareness of our mission to the state of Maine. We are excited to cheer on all of our Derby teams.” The WinterKids Downhill Derby is presented by Kittery Trading Post and supported by Portland Pie Co. WinterKids’ Major Community Sponsor is Hannaford. WinterKids’ Supporting Sponsors are TD Bank and L.L.Bean. For more information about WinterKids and the Downhill Derby, please visit www.winterkids.org.

andrews Named recipient of Maine Principal’s award WellS – Jim Daly, principal of Wells High School, announced recently that Madeline Andrews, a senior at Wells, has been selected to receive the Maine Principal’s Award for 2013. This award is sponsored by the Maine Principal’s Association in recognition of high academic achievement and good citizenship demonstrated by Maine high school seniors. “I was surprised to receive it,” said Andrews about being selected. She was notified of her selection in a letter from Daly. “I didn’t know much about the award prior to receiving it but I was very honored to receive it from my principal. And he said lots of nice things about me.” “Madeline has played an important role at Wells High School for the past four years,” read a statement issued by the principal. “She has been an outstanding role model and a high achiever.” The information provided by the principal’s office highlighted Andrews’ many accomplishments. She is a Na-

tional Honor Society member and has worked on the school newspaper. She has been honored by WOCSD’s Literary Achievement Awards program, named Student of the Trimester and was a recipient of the Breakfast of Champions Award. She is also a member of the marching and concert bands at WHS. Andrews participates in sports at WHS where she demonstrates leadership as captain of the varsity girls’ lacrosse and varsity girls’ soccer teams. Andrews also volunteers time in school and in the community. She is a Sunday school teacher and liturgist. At Wells Elementary School she volunteers to teach French to students. She is also a volunteer with Camp Susan Curtis Fundraisers. A luncheon to honor all recipients of the Maine Principal’s Award for 2013 will take place on Saturday, April 6, at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor. At this luncheon MPA recipients will be presented with a plaque and a pin. Attendees to the lun-

Madeline Andrews, Maine Principal’s Award winner. (photo by Reg Bennett)

cheon are also eligible to win a Horace O. McGowan Scholarship. There will be five $1,000 McGowan Scholarships awarded by the MPA in honor of the association’s past executive director. Andrews, the daughter of Eric and Kathryn Andrews, Wells, said she is uncertain which college she will attend after high school graduation but indicated she wants to study to become a medical doctor.

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A “Monster Making” class will conclude the Art @ the Library series at the South Berwick Public Library. Susan Schwake, author of Art Lab for Kids and director of artstream gallery in Rochester, N.H., will lead the workshop for children on Saturday, March 9, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the South Berwick Public Library. Texture plates, watercolors and crayons will be used to make these flat “monstrous” creations. This program is part of a three-part winter art series. All programs are free and open to the public, first come, first served. Children age 4 and over may participate.

O n Sunday, Ma rch 10, at 2 p.m., Kennebunk re sident and author Dana Pearson will read from his debut novel, “Two Birds,” at Louis T. Graves Library, 18 Maine St. in Kennebunkport. Refreshments will be served following the lecture.

A showing of ‘Hotel Transylvania’ will be presented as part of York Public Library’s Family Fun Film Series at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 9. The film is rated PG.

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Dr. Sue Pike, environmental sciences and biology teacher at St. Thomas Aquinas High School, will offer a program on climate change at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 15, at York Public Library. The presentation is part of the library’s celebration of the life and legacy of Rachel Carson.

Story Time for Kids

Weekly children’s story time will take place on Friday, March 8, at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. at Louis T. Graves Library. This is a year-round program that includes stories, fingerplays, songs and crafts. Designed for children ages 0-5, but all ages are welcome to attend. Parents and caregivers may participate. No registration is required.

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York Public Library will present a March 17 screening of “Temple Grandin,” an HBO film starring Claire Danes, a woman who overcame the limitations imposed on her by autism to become a Ph.D. and an expert in the field of animal husbandry. She did not speak until age 4 and had difficulty with social interaction through high school. She created a simple device known as a “hug box” or “hug machine,” widely recognized today for its calming effect on autistic children. She is also noted for the creation of her humane design for the treatment of cattle in processing plants, which has been the subject of several books and won an award from PETA. The film, rated PG, will be shown at 3 p.m. There will be free popcorn, and beverages will be offered for $1.

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Students in kindergarten through fourth grade may visit Kennebunk Free Library to take part in a book club focused on the “Magic Tree House” series by Mar y Pope Osborne. The next meeting is Wednesday, March 13, 4 p.m. Preregistration is required by calling 985-2173 extension 5 or e-mailing ys@kennebunk.lib.me.us. At the March meeting, the group will focus on “The Knight at Dawn,” the second book in the series. Extra copies of the book are available at the library for children to read ahead of time.

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The Monday Af ternoon Book Group of Eliot and Kittery will meet on Monday, March 11, from 4 to 6 p.m., at the William Fogg Library in Eliot. Participants will celebrate Women’s History Month by reading fiction or nonfiction pertaining to that subject. New members are welcome.

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Gentle Yoga with Sallie Sharpless, will meet Wednesday, March 13, noon to 1 p.m. at the library, 116 Old Road, Eliot.

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Artwork on display during the ‘Children’s Vision IV’ exhibition at Kennebunk Free Library. (courtesy photo)

KeNNeBuNK – An exhibition entitled “Children’s Vision IV” by students from Sea Road School, Kennebunk Elementary School, Mildred L. Day School and Consolidated School will be on display at the Kennebunk Free Library during March. The public may view the exhibit during regular library hours. Visual arts teachers Darlene Nein of Sea Road School and Mildred Day School, Kathy Marquis of Kennebunk Elementary School and Consolidated School and Audrey Grumbling of Consolidated School have gathered a collection of student work from kindergarten to fifth grade to share with the community. The exhibit is a sampling of a variety of mediums that students explore, design and create within

their specified art programs. As art educators, Nein, Marquis and Grumbling contribute to learning through knowledge, production, and critical analysis of art. The program aspires to meet the needs of all students, instilling personal success, stimulating spoken and written literacy, and promoting a sense of global awareness. The arts enhance problem solving, risk taking and critical thinking. Art is a language of visual images. It provides opportunities for expressive language, ability to understand, respond to, and talk about visual images. The arts enable students to establish links between subjects and a variety of cultures. The arts provide a vehicle to care about our communities and our environment.

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~ Puzzles ~ 34. “You Send Me” singer Sam 35. Volcanic mountain in Japan 36. Governed over 38. Process of decay 39. Clear wrap brand 41. Put into service 42. Snake catcher tribe of India 44. Best section of the mezzanine 45. Masseur 47. Funereal stone slabs 49. Before 50. Again 51. 1 of 10 official U.S. days off 58. Alternate name 59. One of Bobby Franks’ killers 60. Port capital of Vanuatu

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~ News ~

March is red Cross Month: Celebrate The Heroes

YOrK – During Red Cross Month, the American Red Cross recognizes the nation’s Everyday Heroes who give of themselves and in some way help their community, from York County and across the state of Maine. “Please remember those who help all of us here in Maine by giving their time to help their neighbor,” said Patricia Murtagh, CEO of the Red Cross of

Maine. “We want to thank our heroes during Red Cross Month – our volunteers, blood donors, class takers, and financial supporters who help us assist those in need.” March was first proclaimed as Red Cross Month 70 years ago by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Since 1943, every president has designated March as Red Cross Month. The American Red Cross is synonymous

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Atria Sings chorus members include: (left to right) Connie Audet, Madelyn Perry, conductor Shirley Haywood, Elizabeth Faulkner, Hilda Thornhill, Joyce Pelkey, May McLean, Lillian Whittaker, Terry Chat, Marian Hanson and John Mott. Atria Sings chorus members who are not pictured are; Lillian Thompson, Helena Jones, Irene DeSalvio and Theresa LaBrie. (courtesy photo)

props, residents of Atria Kennebunk offered a performance for students and faculty and dedicated the song “Ain’t She Sweet” to principal Marianne Horne. Atria Kennebunk’s Engage Life Instructor Shirley Haywood, conducts the 14-member chorus group which meets weekly. “ Said Haywood, “This performance marked Atria Kennebunk’s first public performance and residents say they can’t wait for what’s next.”

KeNNeBuNK – Atria Sings, a choral group from Atria Kennebunk, sang for 200 students recently at Wells Elementary School. Dressed in matching ensembles and prepared with The Red Cross is not a government agency and relies on donations of time, money and blood to do its work. An average of 91 cents of every dollar given to the Red Cross is invested in helping people in need.

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WELLS Charming, spacious with custom features and amenities. Not your average layout. Beautiful kitchen, 1st floor laundry, 3-4 BRs, sec. system, landscaped lot. $244,900 Gail Benson 207-251-0632

YORK BEACH Great location. Stroll to the sand and smell the surf! A turnkey gem, ready for you! Charming 2 BR, 1 BA cottage with low maintenance, ideal for a summer fun. $220,000 Ken Knowles 207-451-0386

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WELLS Like new! Dreaming of energy efficiency? Solar panels and pellet stove reduce costs! 3+ BRs, 2 BAs, 1 acre with basement work area. Minutes to I-95, train station and beach. $266,900 Alan Kew 207-232-3660

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LEBANON Possibilities! 5 Buildings presently with seasonal autos, boats, RVs, 1 residence, 1 barn converted to office space, 1 retail as gift shop, 1 building lot, all on 28 acres with 5 wells! MLS 1047741 and 1048735. $599,000 J Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822

YORK HARBOR Location can始t be beat! Small but charming Condo steps away from Harbor Beach, and walk to restaurants. Your perfect Maine vacation getaway! $239,900 Jimmy Hager 207-361-7169

CAPE NEDDICK OCEAN FRONT RETREAT, private and elegantly set back from road with magnificent gardens. Spacious, contemporary, 3 BRs with 3 FPs, 4 BAs, large master suite. Breathtaking views of Boon Island and Nubble Light await you! Newer barn with potential for guest/ in-law suite. $1,694,900 Bill Conda 207-450-5030

MOODY BEACH Enjoy BOLD Atlantic views from anywhere in this home! Relax on porch 2 car or spend a day at the beach in your backyard! Spacious living and 2-car garage! $979,000 Alan Kew 207-232-3660

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WELLS Lovely location with open concept LR, sun room with FP, full bath next to 1st floor BR/den. Easy accesss to ge. I-95, but no road noise. Great price with 2-car garage. $310,000 George Wilson 207-251-2941

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