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Friday, March 16, 2018

Volume 14 • Issue No. 11

Chase Farm Gets Sappy for Maine’s Maple Sunday STATEWIDE Commissioner Walt Whitcomb formally announced that Maine has adopted the international grading system for maple syrup. This standard to take effect, comes in advance of this year’s Maine Maple Sunday, held March 25. Most Maine producers have already implemented the voluntary standards in hopes of providing consumers with a better understanding of the natural product they are buying.

Buckets hang on trees gathering sap at Chase Farms in Wells.

Maple Sunday is held annually, every fourth Sunday of the month. Participating sugarhouses will be open for visitors to enjoy freshly made maple syrup and candy, demonstrations of syrup production, sugarbush tours and a variety of other family activities. The voluntary standards announced by Whitcomb are designed to match those used by other countries in order to give consumers standardized information for selecting maple

syrup. It is in response to a 2010 petition from the International Maple Syrup Institute, an organization of producers in the United States and Canada. “The new system, utilized by most Maine producers, combines four to five different systems into one standard that is easier for consumers to follow,” said Whitcomb. “Customers benefit from a system that more accurately portrays what they See MAPLE page 5...

Military & Musical Veterans to Speak YORK COUNTY The final installment of York County Senior College’s 2018 Gary Sullivan Memorial Lecture Series will take place March 21 with a nod to military and musical history through the eyes of two accomplished women. Jen Fullmer, head of Boots2Roots and a 24-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, works to assist active duty military

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members to transition to Maine. Fullmer has served in a variety of leadership positions, including flying squadron command, Chief of Staff of the Joint Interagency Task Force South, facilitating the interdiction of illicit trafficking and other narco-terrorist threats, and Vice Commander of the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, where she was second in charge of United States Central Command’s largest air wing, responsible for combat operations and installation support for 8,000 U.S. and coalition warfighters. Fullmer is a command pilot with more than 2,500 flight

hours in the B-1 Bomber, including 90 combat missions over Afghanistan and Iraq during Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom from October 2001 to May 2014. Her lecture “Beyond the Cockpit” is sure to inspire and educate. The afternoon features Monica Grabin, musician and historian, who specializes in how American history is reflected in song. She plays guitar, banjo and autoharp and various percussion instruments. Her focus in this YCSC program will be on music of the 50s and 60s, and a few from “the greatest decade of American songwriting,” the 40’s.

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Sen. King Talks with Local Leaders on Economy WELLS U.S. Senator Angus King joined business leaders and community members to discuss ways to grow the economy in York County. Senator King spoke at the York County Community College “Eggs and Issues” series last week. He discussed his work in Washington to support job growth in Maine and discussed the importance of workforce development and broadband infrastructure for York County and the state. Before the talk, King mingled with locals in the new Pratt

residents, and others on hand. “Growing Maine’s economy is a comprehensive effort that leverages the resources of all

levels of government, the innovative minds in the private sector, and the vision of the business community to create jobs and support our communities,” Senator King said. “It was great to hear from so many dedicated people in York County today who are moving proactively to strengthen the workforce and support hard working people in Maine. With all hands on deck, we can help ensure qualified workers are taking good jobs in York County and across the state.”

U.S. Senator Angus King addressing a packed house at Eggs & Issues, at York County Community College. (courtesy photo)

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SO. BERWICK & ELIOT The South Berwick Eliot Rotarians plan to raise a roof in the mountains of Honduras, and they invite members of the community to join them. The 10th annual South Berwick-Eliot Rotary Community Geography Quiz Friday, March 23, at the Great Works School in South Berwick will raise the money to put a roof on a new building for a nutritional center and day care center started 10 years ago by a North Berwick elementary school teacher. Sharon Beckwith of North Bewick built a small daycare center in Concepcion del Norte after visiting the mountains of

Honduras and hearing about a woman who starved to death so she would have enough food to feed her own four children. More than a dozen teams will compete in the annual quiz, including teachers, parents, business leaders, and students from all five schools in the Marshwood District. The quiz each year draws hundreds of people to watch game-show-style fun. Audience members are invited to compete for an audience participation prize. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for silent auction, raffle and food and the quiz will begin at 6 p.m. with a presentation by Beckwith about the project. The geography quiz has

raised money in the past for the Eben Ezer School in Milot, Haiti, to send portable kitchens down to an impoverished town in northern Colombia and to help free enslaved women and girls in Nepal. Last year it raised funds for Safe Passage in Guatemala. A former nurse, Beckworth’s efforts to provide clean water, education and medical care evolved into an organization called Daisy’s Children that now feeds 132 children two meals a day and has fed more than 400,000 meals in the 10 years since her first trip. “I dream that the children of these communities receive the same opportunity as my or your child, nephew or niece,� said Beckwith. “Where in the World is Concepcion del Norte,� is free and open to the public. Raffles, a silent auction, pizza and baked goods will be available. The geography quiz was organized by Cindy and Mike

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Moloney, who began the quiz fundraiser with their two young children. They hoped to introduce their daughters to the idea that many people in the world do not live with blessings and comfort they had. “The money raised by this quiz will not only help the children in Honduras, but will continue to build connections between communities with very different experiences and challenges,� said Mike. “Sharon has worked for years to bring a better life to the children of Conception del Norte and we are glad to be able to help her.� The quiz features teams of two students and two adults, including teachers, parents and community members representing just about every Marshwood

school. Each team is sponsored for $250, mostly by donations from South Berwick Eliot Rotary members and a few other businesses. Raffle and silent auction items are donated by local businesses. There will be home baked goods, with Robin Wheeler of Eliot leading the effort. The Marshwood Interact Club will sell pizza and water. For more information, email mcousens@ comcast.net. “Ten years ago we created this event as a way to bring together all ages and interests from our community to help some people who are less fortunate than ourselves in a fun and friendly environment,� said Cindy Moloney, librarian at the Great Works School.

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~ News ~ ...MAPLE from page 1 are buying and how it tastes. Retailers can also more easily choose the grades they want to stock based on customer preferences.” Maine Maple Statistics: 545,000 gallons were produced last year, worth $17.4 million. Maine’s industry has an annual statewide economic contribution, including multiplier effects, of an estimated $48.7 million in output, 805 full-and part-time jobs, and $25.1 million in labor income. Maine has the third largest syrup industry in this country. Maine has the largest maple producing county in the country—Somerset County. Maine has around 1.4 million taps. On the local front, the steam and sweet aroma of sap turning to syrup fill the sugar shack at Chase Farms in Wells. Rick and Bellinda Chase and their right-hand-man, McCormick Adams, collect sap in the morning, using work horses pulling a sleigh, from the 700 or so buckets that hang on sugar maples around the 300-acre farm. In the sugar shack, raw sap flows from a holding tank through three strainers, which filter out things like bugs or twigs that can get into the sap in the woods. The sap then works its way through to the big pan of the evaporator, where the level of it needs to be strictly controlled. “Too low and it burns the pan and ruins it. Too high and the sap won’t boil,” says Rick. So the evaporator needs to be tended at all times, usually

through 12 hours of boiling per day. And the wood stove that sits below the evaporator needs tending too. Rick explains, “Takes a lot of wood. Got to keep the stove as hot as we can – faster cooking.” “We have a lot of conversations around the evaporator,” says Bellinda. As the sap cooks, the syrup part gets heavy, sinks to the bottom of the pan, and flows over to a tap on the side. Here it will be released and bottled by hand. It takes 40 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon of syrup. Chase’s family has been on the land since the 1720s. The farm currently raises 50 head of cattle, sold as all natural beef, and pigs, for all natural pork. Acres of fields get planted in vegetables and flowers every spring. Some are sold as plants, but many leave the farm as mature flowers for a bouquet, or fullygrown peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, onions, summer squash, basil—many things to make a summer salad or yummy vegetable main dish. Chase Farms will be open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the weekend of March 24-25, starting with a pancake breakfast. There will be barn tours, so folks can meet the calves, piglets and lambs. The Blond Belgian horses and the Chestnut Belgians will take turns pulling the wagon out to the sap, so folks can see it up close. And there will be plenty to eat: hot dogs, hamburgers, maple fudge, maple donuts, maple whoopie pies, and vanilla ice cream with maple syrup on the top. Visitors can watch the

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to stream many of their schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sporting and non-sporting events over the Internet. This provides those at home or living away from the area an opportunity to view these events in real time. It also provides students on this media team a real world, hands-on experience producing live, unrehearsed television. On February 8, several team members streamed the last at-home basketball game between the Wells Warriors and the York Wildcats. The complete game and play-by-play commentary provided by the showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hosts, Brendan Dean and Zach Beisswanger, was captured by a video camera, two See VIDEO page 7...

Televising the last home boys varsity basketball game at Wells High School on February 8th are (left to right) Brendan Dean and Zach Beisswanger providing the color commentary and play-by-play. Freshman Kai Rosenberg is on camera. Also present was teacher Becca Redman overseeing the production and operating camera and sound. (photograph by Reg Bennett)


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~ News ~ ...VIDEO from page 6 mics, and a sound mixer connected to the Wells-Ogunquit CSDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s computer network where it was encoded with live streaming software and uploaded to YouTube. Camera and sound operators included Redman and freshman Kai Rosenberg. Other programs produced by the media team and their classmates include the 2017 WHS graduation, Warrior football games, school wrestling matches, athletic awards, sports promos, new teacher interviews, and even a flu prevention video. Several of their productions can still be viewed on their YouTube space, the WHS Media Team Channel. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Its real world experience. It feels like working a job that I love instead of more like a class,â&#x20AC;? said team member Nolan Potter who creates video sports promos, graphics and posters.

Last October, Redman led a session about what is involved in creating a high school level media team at the Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine Technology Conference. Potter also participated in the conference session by providing a studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s perspective on a large screen via Facetime. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I look at this as opportunity to get experience for what I want to do in college,â&#x20AC;? said senior and sports commentator Dean, who added candidly that his first game commentary was â&#x20AC;&#x153;pretty bad.â&#x20AC;? However, he indicated that he was determined to improve his on-air performance and so began researching and practicing to get much better at it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He knows everything (about teams that play Wells and sports in general) and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been so much fun about doing the broadcast with him,â&#x20AC;? said Zach, Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s co-host and

...KING from page 1 Strengthening Maineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s workforce has been a top priority for Senator King. He has pushed for changes to the federal welfare program, through his Empower Act, and to child care tax policies, through his PACE Act, to encourage more people on the sidelines to reenter the workforce. He has also supported federal funding opportunities to grow Maineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s information technology industries, like the TechHire program, which has provided $4 million in funding to the state to expand its pool of qualified IT and computer science professionals. Senator King has also been a strong proponent of broadband infrastructure initiatives, which are key parts of his economic agenda to help grow Maineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rural economy, support innovation and create jobs. During his time in office, Senator King has supported the modernization of federal broadband programs, including the FCCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s E-rate program, which supports school and library internet access. Last August, he hosted a listening tour with FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to discuss

the importance of rural broadband for rural education, healthcare, and economic growth. Last Friday was a busy day for the senator. In the morning, Senator King also visited the Sanford Regional Technical Center, the new high school and technology center which will open in September 2018. The facility is designed to serve eight school districts, comprised of 22 school communities, with state of the art programming for workforce development and aims to provide apprenticeship opportunities to high school students in a variety of industries. That afternoon, Senator King presented a Senatorial Certificate to Genest Concrete Manufacturing in Sanford to honor its 90th anniversary in business. He then traveled to Biddeford to present Biddeford Savings Bank with a Congressional Record Statement to honor its 150th anniversary. At the chamber luncheon, Senator King also presented a Congressional Record Statement to the Sanford/Springvale community congratulating the city on its 250th anniversary.

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Local Notable Achievements

Bates College, Lewiston, ME The following students have been named to the deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s list for fall semester ending in Dec. 2017. Melanie Mait of Ogunquit, a 2014 graduate of Berwick Academy, Michael Lombardi of Kittery, a 2016 graduate of Robert W. Traip Academy, Sam Rickerich of York, a 2014 graduate of York High School, and Amanda Sobotka of York, a 2015 graduate of York High School.

Arundel, as a legacy student. Each year the BJU Alumni Association is pleased to recognize second, third, and fourth generation legacy students. In order to be eligible, students must have at least one parent who graduated from BJU.

Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC

Bob Jones University, Greenville, SC

Jackson Cogger, a management major from Cape Neddick, is among the 106 Professional Golf Management students at Coastal Carolina University with a 3.0 GPA or higher.

The Alumni Association recently recognized Dylan Temple, a Freshman Business major from

Colgate University, Madison County, NY

Colby Kingston, of Kennebunkport, a member of the Colgate University Class of 2018, has earned the fall 2017 Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award with Distinction.

Endicott College, Beverly, MA Madeline Leroux of York, a Senior majoring in Nursing, made the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List. She is the daughter of Daniel Leroux and Paula Leroux.

Iowa State University, Ames, IA Alyssa Weigle of Kennebunk, who is majoring in hospitality management, made the College of Human Sciences Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List

Loyola University, Baltimore, MD Claire Beath, a member of the class of 2021 from Kennebunk, has been named to the fall 2017 Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List.

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who is in the chemical engineering program. Kento Kellar, of Wells, who is in the mechanical engineering technology program. Lowell Pence, of South Berwick, who is in the computer science program.

St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY Jeremy Sylvain of Arundel was named to the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List for the Fall 2017 semester. Sylvain is a member of the Class of 2018 and is majoring in economics. He attended North Yarmouth Academy.

Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA Lauren Tishkevich, of Kennebunk, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance and German in December. Tishkevich is the daughter of Joan Tishkevich.

University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

More than 1,200 students were named to the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List for the fall 2017 semester. Students who have earned this academic honor have maintained a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher and taken a minimum of 12 credits. Alexander Bickerstaff of York, who is studying Theatre and Performance, and Emily Kaye of South Berwick, who is studying Film.

Named to the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List for Fall 2017 - Julia Harrod of Cape Neddick; Ryan Webb of Cape Neddick; Lindsey Roberts of Eliot; Ryan Stuart of Kittery Point; Tessa Bukowiec of York; Andrea Dest of Kennebunk; Emma Murphy of Kennebunk; Logan Zandri of Kennebunk; Elora McCuddy of Kittery; Marissa Ford of York; Lindsey Cole of York; Sienna Roberge of Kennebunkport; Douglas Hirschhorn of Kennebunkport.

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The following students at the Rochester Institute of Technology made the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List for the fall semester: Kimberlee Keithley, of Kennebunk, who is in the chemical engineering program. Noah Smith, of Arundel, who is in the business administration-fi nance program. Hayley Richardson, of Kennebunk,

Named to the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List for Fall 2017 - Kelia Ingraham of Kennebunk; Wesley Moody of Wells

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youth engagement in programs, and direct financial assistance to disaster clients. The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. Red Cross services include health and safety training, disaster preparedness/readiness education and planning, disaster response and recovery, blood drives, service to the Armed Forces, community resilience support, and volunteer opportunities. Through the mobilization of resources and expertise, United Way of York County ad-

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Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA Named to the Deanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List for Fall 2017 - Jacob Wilson of Wells, Aerospace Engineering; Olivia Martin of South Berwick, Biomedical Engineering; Abigail Doyle of Kennebunk, Biomedical Engineering; Jasmine Loukola of Wells, Civil Engineering; Matthew Piazza of York, Computer Science; Ethan Martin of South Berwick, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Meghan Flynn of York, Management Information Systems; Lynne Moore of Kittery, Mathematical Sciences; Nolan Bell of Kennebunk, Mechanical Engineering; Joseph Lombardi of Kittery, Robotics Engineering.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Oz Brought to Junior High Stage WELLS Wells Junior High School students invite you to their production of “The Wizard of Oz - Young Performers’ Edition” later this month. A combined cast of actors and tech crew represents more than 60 students from grades 5-8. This interpretation of the classic 1899 children’s story became a Broadway play in 1903 and toured for nine months before becoming a major motion picture. Performances will be held Thursday, March 22, and Friday, March 23, at 7 p.m. A Saturday matinee will take place on March 24, at 2 p.m. All shows take place on the WJHS stage, Ward Gymnasium, Route 1, in Wells. The show’s director is Josie Lynn Perkins with Chris Milliken as assistant director. Alison

Graichen is music director. The production team also includes many dedicated community members who assist with choreography, costuming, technical support, and photography. Perkins said this play has a strong message and is a reminder to all that a true friend will help you on your life’s journey and will get you through all the problems ‘big and small’ that may arise. Remember that when in doubt, look within for the answer. For Milliken, with this production the power of fascination is in the air, which is a central theme of the power of the arts. Tickets are available at the door at a cost of $5. Refreshments and snacks will be for sale. For more information, call WJHS at 207-646-5142. Based on The Wizard of Oz, this one-hour

WJHS cast and crew of the spring musical, “The Wizard of Oz -Young Performers’ Edition.”

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...CAMP from page 11 through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Each of the sessions culminates in a fully staged production on the Playhouse’s main stage. Registrations are now being accepted for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Kids, for ages 10-15, camp session: June 25 - July 1 (1 week) with performances on Saturday, June 30 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Sunday, July 1 at 10 a.m.; Disney’s The Lion King, Jr., for ages 9-14, camp session: July 9-22 (2 weeks) with performances on Saturday, July 21 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Sunday, July 22 at 10 a.m.; Tom Sawyer The Musical, for ages 10-15, camp session: July 23-29 (1 week) with performances on Saturday, July 28 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Sunday, July 29 at 10 a.m.; Disney’s High School Musical, Jr., for ages 13-18, camp session: August 6-19 (2 weeks) with performances on Saturday, August 18 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Sunday, August 19 at 10 a.m. Tickets are on sale now for

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YORK COUNTY Continuum Arts Collective (CAC) hosted its first-ever York County Student Songwriting Contest this winter, and are proud to announce Reyna Burrows from Noble High School as the winner for her original song, “My Walls.” Burrows received a new Taylor Academy Series Acoustic Guitar, guitar lessons, studio time, and a chance to perform at CAC’s biggest fundraiser, Revel in the Meadow, which will be hosted at Spring Hill in South Berwick on June 2. Burrows submission can be heard on CAC’s Facebook page. Continuum Arts Collective is a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to assist under-served, school-aged artists and musicians living in York County, by providing them

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ George Washington and the Natives SOUTH BERWICK On Thursday, March 22, Dartmouth College professor Colin Calloway will discuss George Washingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s relations with Native Americans and how Indian nations and lands shaped the man who shaped the republic. The lecture is hosted by the Old Berwick Historical Society, and begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Berwick Academy Arts Center in South Berwick. Admission is free and open to the public. Donations are gratefully accepted. In his sweeping new biography, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Indian World of George Washington: the First President, the First Americans, and the Birth of the Nation,â&#x20AC;? Dr. Calloway uses the prism of George Washingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life to bring focus to the great Native leaders of his time, and the tribes they represented. In the process, he returns them to their rightful place in the story of Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s founding. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Historians continue to examine the significance of the relations early Americans had with Native Americans,â&#x20AC;? said Nicole St. Pierre, OBHS vicepresident. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The interactions between early settlers and Native Americans are a featured part of our Forgotten Frontier exhibit at the Counting House Museum. This book continues the story,

and ushers us into the time of the Revolution, and what the relations looked like then.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Indian World of George Washington,â&#x20AC;? spans decades of Native American leadersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; interactions with Washington. It traces his early days as surveyor of Indian lands, to his military career against both the French and the British, to his presidency, when he dealt with Native Americans as a head of state would with a foreign power, using every means of diplomacy and persuasion. By

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the end of his life, Washington knew more than anyone else in America about the frontier and its significance to the future of his country. Calloway was born in England, and received his B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Leeds. He has taught at the College of Ripon and York St. John in England, at Springfield High School in Vermont, and at the University of Wyoming. He has also served as editor/assistant director of the Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian at the Newberry Library in Chicago. He joined the faculty of Dartmouth College in 1995 and served four consecutive threeyear terms as chair of the Native American Studies Program. He is now the John Kimball Jr. 1943 Professor of History and Professor of Native American Studies. The Old Berwick Historical Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2018 lectures and hikes are generously sponsored by Kennebunk Savings and supported by historical society members and donors. FMI: www.oldberwick.org.

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The Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Support group meets again this month, always the third Tuesday of the month at 3:30 p.m. This monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s meeting will be held at Sentry Hill at York Harbor, 2 Victoria Court in York. FMI: 207-363-5116.

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St. Paddyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day Fare Get a great corned beef dinner with all the usual vegetables and dessert at the York Elks. 5 p.m. for social, with dinner at 5:30 p.m. $10 p/p. Reservations required. FMI: 207-361-2788.

Trail Blazers Serve Up Supper The Trail Blazers Family Club in Wells is serving a ham and bean supper from 4-6 p.m. 102 Bills Lane in Wells. Always the 3rd Saturday of the month. Adults/$7; children/ $4. Take out available. FMI: 207-337-0663.

Sunday, March 18 Weekly Concert Series At 2 p.m. Ray Calabro returns for yet another crowd pleasing performance of musical pianist madness. At Atria Kennebunk, 1 Penny Lane.

Wednesday, March 21 Business After Hours Hosted by Eldredge Lumber & Hardware/Atlantic Design Center from 5-7 p.m. 627 US Route One in York. This is a Tri-Chamber event for the York Region, Ogunquit, and Wells Chambers of Commerce.

First through fourth grade students recognized recently for demonstrating Wells Elementary Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s core values. (Photo courtesy of April Noble)

WOW! Have you ever wondered how a Waldorf School works? Find out by joining the Seacoast Waldorf School from 9-10:15 a.m. for a chance to observe 1st through 7th grade faculty and their students during main lesson time, the heart of the Waldorf academic day. RSVP (space is limited) to Alison Petersen at apetersen@ seacoastwaldorfshool.org. FMI: 207-686-3140; 403 Harold Dow Highway in Eliot.

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once again be staged as a cozy restaurant with some of the male members of EHS serving as waiters, wearing aprons, ready to ask for preferences, and delivering meals. Flowers on the tables add to the Italian atmosphere. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s menu will be a repeat of last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bountiful offering: choice of lasagna, salad, bread, and beverage, followed by a wonderful dessert of a brownie ice cream sundae. Dinner will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. at the 1st Eliot Congregational Church on State Rd. in Eliot. There is plenty of parking, and it is handicapped accessible. FMI: 207-439-2404

The Eliot Historical Society is hosting another lasagna dinner. The prix fixe dinner ($10) will

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Preacher Lawson, comedian and finalist on the hit reality show Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Got Talent will be bringing the laughs to a Project Graduation fundraiser at Noble High School at 7 p.m. $25 general admission; $50 VIP (after the show). Project Grad was established in the 1980s as a safe way to celebrate graduation. Event organizers are seeking corporate partners for the Preacher Lawson Project Grad Benefit and invite comedy-lovers from far and wide to attend the comedy show and basket raffle that will take place immediately following. Tickets are available for Preacher Lawson at NHS.brownpapertickets.com or in the NHS Main Office. FMI: 603-781-5574 or cynthia.plaisted@msad60.org.

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STATEWIDE Auto insurance rates vary from person to person, even though it may seem like the offerings are the same. But no two drivers are the same, and certain factors may be affecting driversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; auto insurance premiums without the motorists even realizing it. Automotive insurance provider State Farm says most insurance companies consider several factors when calculating the cost of car insurance. Recognizing which situations can increase or lower costs can help drivers get the best rates and coverage needed. Although it can be tempting to reduce the price of insurance by choosing lower amounts of coverage, there are other ways to make insurance more affordable. â&#x20AC;˘ Move. Insurers typically look at where a person lives when calculating rates. Those people who live in highly populated, urban areas likely will have higher premiums than others who live in more rural towns. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s because greater population density often translates into more people on the road â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and a greater chance for insurance claims due to fender benders or theft. By moving, a person may be able to cut rates. â&#x20AC;˘ Gender and age are factors. One canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t step into a time machine, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s helpful to know that growing a little older can lower insurance premiums. The financial advice source Money Crashers say that young men usually incur higher rates than young women because statistically men get into more accidents. However, as a person moves into his or her senior years, the roles reverse. Older women may see higher rates than men the same age. â&#x20AC;˘ Keep make and model in mind. The type of vehicle driven can affect insurance premiums. Certain insurance carriers will increase premiums on vehicles that are more susceptible to damage. Flashy sports cars or those that do not score as highly on vehicle safety ratings calculated by industry experts may result in high premiums. Vehicles that are desirable to car thieves also may cost more to insure. Researching vehicles prior to purchase and checking the rates for those cars or trucks with insurance companies can help keep costs low. â&#x20AC;˘ Commuters may pay more. Individuals who use a car for business or frequent

commuting may pay more than people who drive less because statistically there is a greater risk for an accident, says State Farm. Reducing commute times can lower premiums. â&#x20AC;˘ Tie the knot. Insure.com says married couples have been found to be less of a risk to insurance providers statistically than those who are single. A study by the National Institutes of Health found that single drivers were twice as likely to be in an auto accident as married drivers. Combining policies also can help married people save.

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Berwick Public Library Organizational Zen Janie D. Maxwell talk on Wednesday, March 21, from 6-7:30 p.m. Learn how to get stuff done, feel more in control of your time and bring organizational peace into your life. Maxwell’s organizational journey started in advertising and continued in direct marketing. She was recruited by L.L. Bean to run the business end of their creative department. Today, she works as an independent publishing consultant and runs two on-line businesses. She has written a novel, “Gunny Malone,” a play, “The Mysterious Case of the Missing Ring,” and a musical, “The Dragon’s Well.” This is a free talk; please bring a pad of paper and pen or pencil.

Fenway Park as “Lyrical Little Bandbox” Raymond Sinibaldi has put together a new photographic essay called “Images of Modern America: Fenway Park” in which two dozen fans have contributed photographs, providing a unique look at this cathedral of baseball and those who perform in it. Sinibaldi will talk about his new book at the library on Saturday, March 24, at 11 a.m. Raymond Sinibaldi’s first book was a chronology of Babe Ruth’s days with the Red Sox, “The Babe in Red Stockings,” co-authored with Kerry Keene and David Hickey. In 2012, he once again joined with Keene and Hickey to produce “Images of Fenway Park.” A history teacher for 25 years and author of several books, Sinibaldi has two books in the works about John F Kennedy. The talk is free and open to the public.

~ Library News & News ~ Spring Bake Sale The library needs bakers, tasters, and dessert makers for our annual Spring/Easter Bake Sale fundraiser. We invite all of our talented bakers to donate sweets for the sale. The sale will be held Friday, March 30, and, if anything is left, Saturday, March 31, during regular library hours.

For More Information Call the library at 207-698-5737 or visit www.berwick.lib.me.us.

South Berwick Public Library “White Like Me” The South Berwick Public Library and SURJ Southern Maine have collaborated to show this hourlong film and lead a discussion on the topic. “White Like Me” is based on the work of acclaimed anti-racist educator and author Tim Wise. It explores race and racism in the U.S. through the lens of whiteness and white privilege. Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m. Film followed by discussion.

Author to Share Dog Stories Christopher Morin was born, raised, and currently resides in Portland. He received a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Maine at Orono. He is a history enthusiast and has enjoyed creative writing since penning his first short story back in second grade. “Three Labs A Lifetime” is the story of three black Labrador retrievers who helped shape and define my family’s very identity over the course of three decades. Included are stories and anecdotes—some amusing, others sad—chronicling the lives of these three exceptional dogs as recalled from my memory

and past personal experiences,” he said. His talk is Tuesday, March 20 at 7 p.m.

For More Information Call the library at 207-384-3308 or visit www.south-berwick.lib.me.us.

Wells Public Library Teen Game Tournament On Wednesday, March 14 at 2:30 p.m. Drop by the library to participate in our ongoing gaming tournament. Each month, we will have a new competitive game for you to try your hand at - from retro board games to Wii marathons to our brand new Nintendo Switch. The top scorers at the end of our chosen games will each win a prize! This free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.

For More Information Call the library at 207-646-8181 or visit www.wells.lib.me.us.

York Public Library Rhythm & Blues The third concert in the library’s Winter Concert Series will feature Ben Baldwin and Kent Allyn, who got their start in 1976 at the Cape Neddick Lobster Pound with their R&B band, The Big Note. Since then, they have played every conceivable gig on the Seacoast with the music of Johnny Mercer, Curtis Mayfield, The Band, Cole Porter, Same Cooke, Ray Charles, Ernie K. Doe, and many others. With their vast and varied repertoire, going deep into history, Baldwin and Allyn love playing this music and sharing it with audiences of all ages. Sunday, March 18 at 3 p.m.

Writing & Publishing a Children’s Book Local author Crystal Ward Kent will discuss writing and producing children’s books, how to create a compelling story, and what is involved in producing a book or

...CHAMPS from page 14 lot of compassion,” said Noble. “I think one of the things happening in a lot of our classrooms is recognizing kindness. Students are going above and beyond to be kind. That is something we hope children will just intrinsically have as a value, but, in order to boost and increase that, we’ve decided to recognize that one as appropriate.” According to Noble, any WES staff member witnessing a student who routinely employs one or more of the school’s core values in interaction with others can select that student to attend the breakfast and be recognized. Selection may also be based on just one “above and beyond” instance of genuinely demonstrating one of the core values. The next Breakfast of Champions will be held later in the spring towards the end of the school’s third trimester. Those honored as champions included Owen Avery, Kevin Bolduc, Jacy Brown, getting it published the conventional way. Self-publishing is more accessible than ever, but wouldbe authors need to be prepared for the work involved. Kent will walk you through the process, from discussion on editing to finding an illustrator, the production process, and how to market your book. Tuesday, March 20 at 7 p.m.

Our Town’s History York Historian James Kences will present the fifth in this series about the history of York. This session

Willliam Burke, Madelyn Campbell, Juliette Carbonneau, Ella Caron, London Chadwick, Emily Chick, Luke Chrimes, Zoe Coleman, Alivia Collin, Isla Collins, Amelia Connor, Ben Copleman, Joshua Corbett, Arianna Cote, Thomas Cote, Lilly Desmarais, Mia DeMauro, Livia DiDomenicantonio, Adriana Ducharme, Isabella Fagle, Payton Fazzina, Hazel Graffam, Ben Gross, Lily Hamilton, Hayden Hludik, Andrew Hubacz, Devan Jones, Trevor Knight, Maddox Koh, Scarlett Lantz, Helen Lee, Amelia Lucas, Evelina Lucas, Matti Mattuchio, Elliott Meggs, Megyn Mertens, Cal Moody, Caleb Moody, Carter Moody, Camden Mosher, Grayson Mosher, Ashley Morrell, Mila Mustacka, Joseph Nawfel, Kaelyn Newman, Jacob Ouellet, Lincoln Polacke, Jackson Pollard, Bohdan Reeck, Jasper Roy, Jacoby Ryder, Gauge Shepard, Ariella Springer, Colin Vaillancourt, Lexi Webb, Arlo Worcester, Hailey Worthing and Nicole Yandell. will cover the toll of the Revolution on the town, the turbulent years of the Confederation that serve as prelude to the Constitution and the new government of the United States, the French Revolution and two decades of war in Europe, the rise of Portland as a center of commerce. About that time, York began to surrender its authority as county seat to Alfred, and Maine succeeded in achieving statehood in the years after the War of 1812. This series is co-sponsored with the Old York Historical Society. Thursday, March 22 at 10:30 a.m.

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Health & Fitness Opioid Crisis Enlists Grandparents STATEWIDE Every child deserves a safe and loving home, a family to provide support, stability, and hugs. When birth parents are unable to care for their children, grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts and uncles, and other family members often step forward. Their answer to this unanticipated challenge is unconditional love. This challenge has become a crisis due to the epidemic of opioid abuse that is ravaging the country. There were more than 64,000 deaths from drug overdose nationwide in 2016 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; numbers that exceed the lives lost to car accidents, breast cancer, or a host of other causes. The statistics are shocking and heartbreaking. Last year, in addition to a recordhigh 418 overdose deaths in Maine, nearly 1,000 babies in our State â&#x20AC;&#x201C; about eight percent of all births â&#x20AC;&#x201C; were born to women addicted to opioids and other drugs. In the United States, a baby is born with an opioid addiction every 25 minutes, more than two per hour. In this crisis, as in past crises, grandparents are coming to the rescue. Grandparents raising grandkids together with the childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parents can support healthy aging and be a positive experience for all involved. Across the country, however, some 2.6 million children are being raised solely by grandparents. These â&#x20AC;&#x153;custodial grandparentsâ&#x20AC;? are called upon for a number of reasons, including alcohol and drug addiction, physical abuse, incarceration, divorce, financial difficulties, military deployment, and even death. In Maine, the number of children being raised solely by their grandparents increased by 24 percent between 2010 and 2015.

Last year, as Chairman of the Senate Aging Committee, I chaired a hearing on the growing phenomenon of grandparents raising grandchildren. The purpose of our hearing was to recognize these â&#x20AC;&#x153;grandfamilies,â&#x20AC;? and to explore what can be done to assist them as they take on this unanticipated challenge motivated by their love of their grandchildren. A clear message from that hearing was the need for these kinship parents to have greater access to information about the resources available to assist them. As a result, I introduced the Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act, bipartisan legislation that would create a federal task force charged with developing and disseminating information designed to help kinship parents. This legislation would assist families with navigating the school system, planning for their familiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; future, addressing mental health issues for themselves and the children, and building social and support networks. This vital legislation achieved a major step forward on Feb. 28 when the Senate Health Committee, on which I serve, passed it by a unanimous vote. It is essential that the full Senate swiftly pass this bill so that our grandfamilies can get the help they need. Among the witnesses at the Aging Committee hearing last year was Bette Hoxie, a custodial grandparent and a board member of the Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine and the Kinship Program, based in Orono. She testified that of the 3,100 families her organization works with statewide, 85 percent are headed by grandparents or great-grandparents, many due to opioid abuse. From health care to clothing and cribs, she told the Committee of the struggles grandparents â&#x20AC;&#x201C; including herself

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majority of these grandparents say: no. They know they are making a difference. They are providing love, stability, and a home to children who might

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Senator Collins, Colleague Call for More Doctors STATEWIDE By 2025, the United States is estimated to need more than 100,000 new physicians to meet the growing demand for health care services across the country In response, U.S. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Jon Tester (D-MT) wrote to the Health Resources and Services Administration, urging the agency to address the growing need for health care services by using the significant funding increase they championed to train physicians in underserved communities. This will help ensure that all Americans, particularly those who live in

rural areas, have access to quality health services. Last month, Senators Collins and Tester secured $126.5 millionâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;double last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s funding levelâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; for the Teaching Health Centers Graduate Medical Education Program. For the past six years, the THCGME Program has worked to address the growing demand for health care services across the country by training medical residents in community-based settings, including low-income, underserved rural and urban neighborhoods. Medical education residents who train at teaching health centers are significantly more likely to remain in rural or

underserved communities. Senators Collins and Tester are the authors of the Training the Next Generation of Primary Care Doctors Act, which is the foundation of the funding reauthorization appropriated last month for the THCGME program. â&#x20AC;&#x153;(The Teaching Health Centers Graduate Medical Education Program) brings primary care physicians and dentists to rural and underserved communities that face critical shortages of health care professionals,â&#x20AC;? Senators Collins and Tester wrote. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The statute appropriates funding at double the prior annual appropriations level and includes new provisions to

strengthen and expand the program. Accordingly, we are writing to emphasize the importance of allocating the newly appropriated funds expeditiously and in an amount and fashion that will sustain training at existing Teaching Health Centers as directed.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;We secured a doubling of THCGME funding in order to increase the per-resident allocation for â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;filled positions,â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? the Senators continued. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With this appropriated funding, we have an opportunity to ensure our nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s teaching health centers have the resources they need to train the next generation of primary care doctors and incentivize them to work in rural and underserved areas.â&#x20AC;?

Senators Collins and Tester introduced the Training the Next Generation of Primary Care Doctors Act last August. Since then, they have been working to ensure the reauthorization and continued funding of this important program. The first Teaching Health Centers opened in 2011, and Senator Collins was present at the opening for the Penobscot Community Health Center in Bangor, Maine, which houses one of the original Teaching Health Centers. RiverStone Health in Billings, Montana, was also one of the original 11 Teaching Health Centers and is nationally recognized for its high-quality resident training and patient care.

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Health & Fitness Planeteers of Southern Maine Encourage Community STATEWIDE The Planeteers of Southern Maine have been recognized for their work with Seed Grants recently awarded them from both the Natural Resources Council of Maine as well as the New England Grass Roots Environmental Foundation. The Planeteers of Southern Maine (née the Kennebunks’ Environmental Action Alliance) came together in adhoc grassroots fashion in January 2017 to encourage community efforts related to planetary stewardship, under the promise of very trying times ahead. Aligning themselves with educators, artists, local scientists, farmers, town committees and area non-profits, and in solidarity with DC’s March for Science and the internationally celebrated Earth Day, the Planeteers organized a terrific day’s worth of activity last April offering a local opportunity for dialogue, learning and expression. The event served to bring together many who’ve known each other by name only, and still more who’ve never had the opportunity to engage in indepth conversations about the varied subjects and issues represented with those on hand: scientists from astronomers to zoologists; experts and activists involved in the exploration of alternative energy sources, construction, applications, lifestyles, and waste management innovations; as well as those working on the elimination and

sequestration of pollutants from carbon and methane emissions known for their impact on global warming and climate change, as well as jetsam and marine debris known for the hazards it poses to sea life. The event served also to formalize the Planeteers fieldwork in beach clean-ups and erosion studies, both of which they conduct according to NOAA protocols, as well as instituting a “Trash Talks” series. The Planeteers are eager to have others join them in these and other efforts related to supporting others’ greening efforts. Well known in these parts is the Natural Resources Council of Maine, conveniently headquarterd just opposite of the State Capitol building, to facilitate lobbying efforts. NRCM is a nonprofit membership organization protecting, restoring, and conserving Maine’s environment, now and for future generations. For more than 50 years, NRCM has been protecting the places and way of life that make Maine so special. NRCM harnesses the power of the law, science, and the voices of more than 20,000 supporters statewide and beyond, and provides seed grant monies to support related efforts to theirs. FMI, please visit NRCM.org or call 207-622-3101. New England Grass Roots Environmental Foundation energizes and nurtures long-term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe and sustainable communities using stories, tools and dollars to fuel local ac-

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Grade 12 HIGH HONORS Thomas Donnelly, Abigail Gerbino, Payton Humphrey, Robyn Jutras, Kathryn Miller, Brynn Rankin, Grace Reynolds, Leah Sobotka, Anne Yauch, Alexander Zinkevicz

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COMMENDATIONS Zoe Bardwell, Sophia Blanchard, Sydney Bouchard, Kylie Caramihalis, McKenzi Dixon, Benjamin Duffy, Mark Engholm, Joseph

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...OPIOIDS from page 17 otherwise have to live with strangers. As one Maine grandparent said in a television interview, “In the end, it’s worth it to know that they are happy and safe.” Throughout history, grandparents have stepped in to provide safe and secure homes to their grandchildren, replacing traumatic pasts with loving and hopeful futures. The opioid crisis has called on grandparents in even greater numbers. The Supporting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Act would help those grandparents who have stepped up to ensure a better life

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for their children’s children. Submitted by Senator Susan M. Collins. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by third-party sources. ...BOOK from page 18 most. Nick Benas is a qualified mental health associate and a former United States Marine sergeant, as well as Iraqi combat veteran. He is the former director of business operations for Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare, a private non-profit mental health agency located in Astoria, OR. He is also a certified mental health first aid instructor by the National Council for Behavioral Health, teaching adults and youth modules. He travels around the country training individuals on how to recognize a developing mental illness and prevent someone from slipping into a crisis. Michelle Hart, LCSW, has more than 20 years experience in the field of social work and has worked in residential and outpatient clinics, educational settings and probation and parole. Her primary focus and passion has been centered around trauma and its impact on children, families, and adults.

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People and Business Profiles

Playhouse Lands 17 Award Nominations OGUNQUIT The Ogunquit Playhouse has received seventeen nominations from the Independent Reviewers of New England for its 2017 productions of “Bullets Over Broadway,” “Ragtime,” and “From Here to Eternity” including Best Sound Design, Best Projection Design, Best Choreography, Best Ensemble, and Best Musical, as well as Best Music Director for Jeffrey Campos, Best Director for Seth Sklar-Heyn and Jeff Whiting, Best Supporting Actress for Sally Struthers, Best Supporting Actor for Julian Decker, Best Actress for Kirsten Scott, Best Actor for Josh Young, Darnell Abraham, and Reed Campbell, and Most Promising Young Performer for Tyler Wladis. “To be recognized once again by the IRNE nominating committee alongside some of New England’s leading theaters

is a great honor. Congratulations to our exceptional creative teams and casts who made our 85th Anniversary season a success,” said Bradford Kenney, executive artistic director, adding “We want to extend our congratulations to all nominees who have been recognized by the IRNE Awards.” The Independent Review-

Nurse Labrie Recognized for Outstanding Work BIDDEFORD Rose Marie Labrie, RN, CCRN, a nurse in Southern Maine Health Care’s special care unit, has been honored with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Labrie was nominated for her “clinical skill and compassionate care” and “exemplifying the kind of nurse that our patients, their families and our staff recognize as an outstanding role model.” The award is part of the DAISY Foundation’s program to recognize the super-human efforts nurses perform every day. The DAISY Foundation was established by family members in memory of J. Patrick Barnes who died at the age of 33 from complications of a little known, but not uncommon, auto-immune disease. “Rose Marie Labrie has a great love for her profession as a nurse,” said Chrysa Ragnarsson, SMHC’s Special Care Unit nurse manager. “Rose includes her patients their care plan. She works with them to get out of bed several times a day to improve their healing during their hospital stay. Rose is positive and professional and staff seek her out for input on solving patient problems or concerns. Rose is a wonderful nurse and a strong advocate for her patients and their families.”

Nurses may be nominated by patients, families, and colleagues. They are chosen by a committee of nurses at Southern Maine Health Care to receive The DAISY Award. Awards are given throughout the year at presentations given in front of the nurse’s colleagues, physicians, SMHC administration, patients, and visitors. Each honoree receives a certificate commending her or him for being an “Extraordinary Nurse,” and a beautiful and meaningful sculpture called A Healer’s Touch, hand-carved by artists of the Shona Tribe in Africa. “When Patrick was critically ill, our family experienced first hand the remarkable skill and care nurses provide patients every day and night,” said Bonnie Barnes, FAAN, president and co-founder of The DAISY Foundation. “Yet these unsung heroes are seldom recognized for the super-human work they do. The kind of work the nurses at Southern Maine Health Care are called on to do every day epitomizes the purpose of the DAISY Award.” If you have received extraordinary care from a nurse at Southern Maine Health Care and would like to nominate them for a DAISY Award, complete the online application at https:// mainehealth.org.

Library Gets Fabulous Find

ers of New England award ceremony is New England’s largest theater arts recognition program, recognizing the work of playwrights, designers, actors, choreographers, and directors among small, mid-size, and fringe theater companies throughout the previous year. The IRNE Award ceremony will take place on Monday, April 23, in Brookline, MA. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required due to space limitations.

BERWICK The Berwick Public Library was one of the beneficiaries of the Fabulous Find’s monthly donations to non-profit organizations. Each month, the Fabulous Find, a non-profit resale boutique, donates profits to three local non-profits. In February, it was the Berwick Public Library, Yoga by Donation of Portsmouth, and the Southern District YMCA in Exeter. With Fabulous Find board president Marcye Phil-

brick, right, are, from the left, Berwick Public Library Board President Paula Lepore, Library Board Member Amelia Hashman, Library Director Sharon Kelly and, holding the giant check, Ava Hashman. The Fabulous Find is at 139 State Road in Kittery. For the month of March, the boutique’s beneficiaries are My Friend’s Place in Dover, the Greenland Center for Autism, and the Portsmotuh Symphony Orchestra. (Photograph by Ralph Morang)

Cafe Serves It Up for Everyone SOUTH BERWICK A ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted by Holly Roberts, executive director of the York Region Chamber of Commerce on February 14 for the Grand Opening of Madison’s Cafe located on Portland Street in South Berwick. Madison’s Cafe is a breakfast, lunch and dinner restaurant that sources local ingredients and employs individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. We put an emphasis on empowering and appreciating these individuals, while helping them to develop life skills that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. Nicole McCoomb heard about Bitty and Beaus Coffee Shop in North Carolina that employs people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. So she decided that she wanted to open up a cafe, a place for her daughter to work when she graduates from high school. Madison is a very vibrant and happy 19 year old at Marshwood High School. She will graduate in 2019 alongside her brother Connor. Madi has the honor of being prom queen at her junior prom. She loves to ski

Front row, left to right: George Heiseler. Cook, Brooke Johnson. Server, Madison McCoomb. Server, Tanner Hansen. Nicole’s son, Nicole McCoomb Owner, Alex Ferguson. Server, Eddie Hanson friend and owner of iQuarium in York, Holly Roberts Executive Director of York Region Chamber of Commerce. Back row, left to right: Sean Roy owner, Dan Patstone server.

and take her dog Holly for walks. Madison has spent two years volunteering at Berwick Early Learning Center taking care of babies and the toddlers. Her love is for babies. She cuddles them, feeds and burps them and plays with them. She recently did an assessment through work opportunities at the daycare. Madi’s favorite thing to do

at the cafe is eat! She is quite a taste tester. And she likes to socialize with all the customers. She is pretty proud to have a restaurant named after her. Madison’s Cafe welcomes you to visit their cafe, where all people matter! Open year round. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Winner of the 2017 Southern Maine “Employer of the Year” award.


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~ Pets ~

Safe Haven Humane Society

WELLS For three years Baby Girl lived outside as a stray. Those who knew her hated to see her endure a third winter outside, so they called Safe Haven. We initially put Baby Girl on our wait list, and she was brought in before the snow fell. At first this darling little grey and white female was hesitant and very shy. It took months before she relaxed enough to respond to other cats, but eventually she made friends with another shy kitty named Soulful. They napped and cuddled to-

gether, finding comfort sharing mutual fears. As the weeks passed, Baby Girl responded to other kitties as well. She became confident enough to walk around the room without fear, and eat with the other kitties. Soon after that, Baby Girl realized that people were just as fun to be around! She made her social breakthrough and hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t looked back at her shy life! Baby Girl even seeks affection from volunteers now. If she knows you, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll even jump in your lap and rub against you, begging for kisses and ear rubs. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s become a real love bug and will be a wonderful family member for anyone with a quiet home. She is still getting over her initial shyness, so a loud environment would be scary for

her. It might even set her back, but in the right home, sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be very happy. Baby Girl is a healthy

Tickets are $5 for adults, no charge for children under 3, $2 discount for seniors, veterans and children under 12 For information about showing your cat at this show, please contact Joyce at mine@nhpetsonline.com

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Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Angels NORTH BERWICK Meet sweet little Micro. He is a three-month-old yellow Lab mix puppy who is looking for a loving home in Maine. He is a happy guy who is all puppy. Loves to drag sticks and play with his toys. He would love a family for nice long hikes and trips to the lake in the summer. He is an all around perfect family dog. If you would like to meet Micro, call Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Angels Rescue at 207676-5599. Please join Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Angels Rescue on Saturday, March 31

from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for an adoption/information event at Petlife on Route 4 Sanford.

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is having a 50 percent off winter clothing sale. Fresh inventory is added daily so be sure to check in often for the best buys. Your donations of household items, small appliances, cookware, bakeware, kitchen utensils, bath towels, dish towels are all needed and welcome. Please only items in very good condition. Call 207229-8314 for more information. Our shelter is always in need of more volunteers, scoopable litter, canned Friskies cat food, and cat treats.

Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK Meet Elsa! This magnificently beautiful, dark calico Maine Coon kitty is approximately two years of age that came to ACAR as an owner surrender. Maine Coons take five years to fully mature, so Elsa is still a very young cat with a lot of â&#x20AC;&#x153;kittenhoodâ&#x20AC;? left in her and a long time to go to before she fully matures. Elsa is a bit unsettled at the moment, having been uprooted from her home and family routine quite abruptly. She is slowly decompressing in foster care and is already showing signs of becoming a little less shy and scared daily with the oneon-one attention she has been receiving. She went through a lot in her former home, but underneath it all is an absolutely sweet and loving girl. She just needs to find the â&#x20AC;&#x153;purr-fectâ&#x20AC;? humans who understand how fun and quirky calicos can be, especially when sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a Maine Coon kitty! Elsa is fully vetted, current on vaccinations, and spayed. She has passed her wellness exam and is looking forward to meeting new prospective parents in the near future. She will do best in a quiet household where there are no young children. Preferably a home where a single person, family with respectful teens or empty nesters where she can be the queen of your animal loving dreams and household would be the ideal match for her. We are not sure how she would feel about sharing her world with dogs or other kitties. Ideally we think she would do best as an only cat. She further needs a home where her fur-ever family understands she might need a

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young kitty, only around 3-1/2 years old. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very neat, has perfect behavior and grooming, and is already showing great potential to become a real social butterfly. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be fine with cat-friendly kitties and older, cat-friendly children. Please come visit her at our center and fall in love with this very precious girl! For more information, call 207-646-1611. Our thrift shop, located between the Wells IGA and Sherwin Williams paint store,

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little time and patience after having been uprooted. She needs for you to earn her full trust, but once you have, she will be the best fur-family member ever! Elsa is also looking exclusively for an indoor only lifestyle as she has never been an outside girl and does not have the necessary survival skills to be an indoor/ outdoor kitty. It will be a few weeks before Elsa will be available for adoption but we are seeking to find her the ideal placement so weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re starting the search now for her fur-ever humans. We will be accepting applications emailed to us that can be downloaded from our website at anotherchanceanimalrescue. org. Print it, fill it out, scan it and send it back to acaradoptions@ gmail.com or print it, fill it out and put it in the mail to us at our PO Box 552, North Berwick ME 03906 mailing address. We will review all applications and be contacting all who are interested in adopting Elsa who we feel will be a good match to set up meet and greets in the coming weeks once we feel Elsa has overcome some of her abandonment issues. In addition to our featured pet of the week, Ms. Elsa, in a couple of weeks we will have

kittens that are old enough and ready to be adopted, plus a few teenage kittens and a nice selection young and older adult cats all looking for a new loving new home for spring! We are currently still closed as we focus on treating and caring for the eye kittens and other older cats we took in along with them. They are all turning some pretty huge and positive corners, but still require a great deal of hands-on care while we simultaneously work on making this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5th Annual Pet Expo next month our best yet! Stay tuned here and â&#x20AC;&#x153;likeâ&#x20AC;? us on Facebook to be as up-to-date with our re-opening date when we feel everyone is 100 percent up to snuff and ready to adopt their humans. Interested in volunteering? Please contact Becky our new Volunteer Coordinator by email See CHANCE page 29...

Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK Join the Animal Welfare Society for a very special event at the PetLife in Sanford on Saturday, March 17. This event has something for everyone! In addition to puppies and kittens available for adoption, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll have demonstrations and activities all day. There will be two drawings with a total of eight chances to win. Prizes include PetLife gift cards and passes to AWS Puppy Social Hour. At 10 a.m. registration for kitten adoptions opens and the Kids Zone craft table starts. Two-and-a-half month old Dasher is one of the many puppies going to the event. Visit our adoption page to learn more about the pets waiting to be your lucky charm! All adoptions are on a first come, first served basis â&#x20AC;&#x201C; registration will open up one hour before the adoptions begin.

At 11 a.m. kitten adoptions begin, and the Humane Education lesson starts. At 12 p.m. registration for puppy adoptions opens and canine training demo starts. At 1 p.m. puppy adoptions begin. The event ends at 3 p.m.

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~ News ~ ...CHANCE from page 28 at volunteers@metrocast.net She would love to talk with you about some great opportunities to get involved with us and the kitties we help too Currently our cupboard of supplies is getting low. We desperately need Friskies canned wet food pates and shreds in poultry flavors preferably and also Fancy Feast or Purina Pro Plan Kitten wet food. Purina One Selects Chicken Flavor Adult Dry Food and Purina One Kitten dry food too. Scoopable litter is also very much needed and puppy pads would be greatly appreciated as well! They can be dropped off any day of the week between 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. at our Adoption Facility located at 251 Country Club Rd, Sanford, or shipped to us at that address if ordering online. Just be sure to enclose a gift receipt letting us know who you are so we can be sure to properly thank you! Donations for the ongoing care and veterinary expenses are always appreciated. Checks and Money Orders can be sent to our PO Box 552, North Berwick, ME 03906 address or by PayPal online

Telling Jesus’ Story for 25 Years YORK “To God Be the Glory,” a musical presentation of the life of Jesus, is celebrating a quarter century of production. The troupe is gearing up for this year’s installment at St. Christopher’s Church in York. Based fully on the Gospel accounts of the New Testament, “To God Be the Glory” depicts the birth and public ministry of Jesus Christ and enacts a portrayal of his death on the cross. It concludes with a celebration of his Resurrection. The audience is deeply using boomeredgewater@gmail. com address using the “friends and family” option so that no fees are charged to you or us. We also would love to see more members join our “Paws For A Cause” program that allows you to set up a recurring donation via PayPal that is automatically deducted on the same day each month that you decide. To be a member and pay by check, just note it in the memo and send the check each month to the PO Box listed above. All donations are tax-deductible.

moved and many in each audience are repeat attendees who come back year after year. “To God Be the Glory” can surely be described as an authentic religious experience. York resident Rita Leroux wrote and produced the show in 1994 and continues as its producer. “I had a heart’s desire to put on a play at St. Christopher’s 25 years ago. It came to pass and has been going strong ever since,” she said. “When my five-year-old granddaughter saw the play for the first time… she was amazed.” “To God Be the Glory”

is performed by an all-amateur group of more than 100 singers, musicians, actors, and supporting volunteers, some of whom come from non-Catholic faith traditions. Director Richard Leroux, who also portrays St. Peter, is one of Rita’s three sons in the show, in addition to Leo as Jesus and Daniel as John the Baptist. “Spring is coming and so is our annual presentation of ‘To God Be the Glory.’ This will be the 25th year of our depiction of the life of Jesus Christ with a talented mix of new and returning cast and singers. We are very excited to put on a great performance in celebration of our 25 years of this

...FREE from page 13 for holding the PMA in such esteem,” said Mark H.C. Bessire, the Judy and Leonard Lauder Director of the Portland Museum of Art. “The Berger Trust held a thorough selection process for this bequest, and in giving these works to the PMA, they are not only recognizing the unbelievable devotion of the PMA Board and staff, but the passion of the Maine community for supporting the arts.”

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show,” the director said. After each year’s final performance, the cast goes home until the time for the next year’s performance arrives. Then they simply resume where they left off. Leo Leroux has been Jesus and Pat Rose has been the Virgin Mary since the first show. Likewise, Mike Palumbo has played a Roman soldier each year. He played a major role in securing the technology for safely enacting the Cross scene. His wife Theresa plays the Samaritan woman at the well. Each year there are some newcomers. This year the show has a new musical director in Shawn Gregory, who has spent thirty years in music ministry. He is a co-director of the parish Faith Formation program. Before the Thursday performance, at 5:30 p.m., there will be free pizza donated by Anthony’s Food Shop, Ruby’s Wood Grill, York 54, and York House of Pizza. Sponsored by Parish of the Ascension of the Lord, the show will be performed on March 15 and 16 at 6:30 p.m. and on Sunday, March 18, at 3 p.m. Admission is free, but a donation is welcome.

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Florence Lillian (Barlow) Haggett, 105 BOOTHBAY HARBOR â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Florence Lillian (Barlow) Haggett, 105 peacefully passed away on March 10, 2018 at the remarkable age of 105. Born in East Boothbay on November 13, 1912 , she lived in there until her 100th birthday. She was one of six children born to Luther and Lillian Barlow. She was predeceased by brothers Richard, Arthur, Wendell and Elliott, and her sister Katherine, as well as her husband Gilbert Mather Haggett. She was the first of her family to attend business school in Portland, and worked as a bookkeeper for Marston Brothers, Central Maine Power Co.,

where she met her eventual husband â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gibâ&#x20AC;? and then worked for brother Arthur at Harbor Motors Co. Her life was one of giving unconditionally as evidenced by her 95 years of attending Boothbay Harbor Methodist Church as a Sunday school teacher, member of United Methodist Women and Life Member of Crescent Chapter #54 of the Order of Eastern Star. She was a recipient of the Boston Post Cane as the oldest citizen of Boothbay Harbor. She will long be remembered for her service to the local Public Library and the Historical Society as well as by her friends and neighbors for her kindness and blueberry muffins and buckle, chocolate chip cookies, and those amazing lemon merenque pies. She leaves behind a son Richard and his wife Jeannette Davis of Wells; a son Courtney and late wife Janet Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Sullivan (predeceased in 2007), and his present wife Anne Rollins of Wells; Five grandchildren Candace Flanders, Christian Haggett, David Haggett, Patricia Pappalardo, and Nancy Kirshner; Seven great-grandchildren - Mary Grace Miller, Emily Haggett, Anthony

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was born June 21, 1966 in York, son of David M. and Arline L. (Welch) Racine. Stephen was a 1985 graduate of Wells High School. He grew up in Wells learning to hunt and fish locally and riding his motor cross bike thru those same woods. He loved Harley Davidsons and collecting all the memorabilia associated with them. At the age of 14, he starting tinkering on vehicles; later graduating from TCI in Enfield, CT as a Diesel Mechanic, which began his lifelong career. Stephen was predeceased by his father, David M. Racine in 2002. He will forever be missed by his mother, Arline L. Racine of Wells, his sister, Rebecca L. Racine of New Portland, three aunts, Valerie Bourque, Nancy Hunt, Suzanne Racine and several very dear friends who were his family; Calvin Hilton, Carl Walton, Brett Ryan, Gerald Patterson, Larry Taylor, Chris and Cathy and Kenny Milliard. There will be no services at this time. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Friends who wish may contribute in his memory to the Houlton Humane Society, 263 Callaghan Road, Houlton, ME 04730. Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick. Condolences may be expressed at www.johnsonfuneralhomeme.com

Judson A. Redlon, 78 WELLS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Judson A. Redlon, 78, of the Barron Center in Portland, formerly of Wells, died Friday, March 9, 2018, at Maine Medical Center following a period of failing health. Judson was born February 6, 1940 in Biddeford, the son of Maynard and Mildred Hutchins Redlon, and lived at home until age 10 years, then he was placed at Pineland Center until he was 22-year-old and his parents took him home to

live with them once again and resided with them until around 2007, at which time he moved into his nieceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home. He was moved to a nursing home due to respiratory issues, eventually being placed at the Southridge home, an ICF, in 2010. He attended Creative Works System day program, where he is successful in a variety of activities and also attended CPI (Community Partner Inc) day program â&#x20AC;&#x153;Senior Enrichmentâ&#x20AC;? in Portland. Most recently he has resided at the City of Portland Baron Center, and was a member of the Wells Congregational Church. Survivors include a brother, Dennis B. Redlon, last known to reside in Biddeford, and a niece Bethany Chaloux, of Arundel. Judson is described by his team members as a very loving and social person, and misses having closer attachment to others. An hour of visitation will be held 10 to 11 a.m., Wednesday, March 21, at the Bibber Memorial Chapel 111 Chapel Road, Wells, followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. with Reverend Charity Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Martian officiating. Spring interment will be in Hope Cemetery, Kennebunk. Should Friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1 Bowdoin Mill Island #300, Topsham, ME 04086. To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, please visit Judsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral.com. Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel.

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~ News & Classifieds ~ Volunteers Help Locals Warm Up SACO More than 40 community volunteers gathered last weekend at Thornton Academy to wrap storm window inserts for low income homeowners in Saco. The storm window inserts are part of a collaboration between Habitat for Humanity York County and Age Friendly Saco. Keep York County Warm! is Habitat for Human-

ityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weatherization program which provides weatherization services at no cost for up to 40 low-income homeowners each year. Habitat utilizes rebates from Efficiency Maineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Low-Income Home Energy Savings Program to provide each participating homeowner with $1,050 of weatherization services, LED bulbs, CO and smoke detectors and interior storm window inserts.

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Using Age Friendly Sacoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s community relationships, the organization identified 14 homeowners who would benefit from the services offered through Keep York County Warm! Volunteers from both organizations then went into homes to take measurements and provide weatherization services to participating homeowners. The window wrapping day hosted by Thornton Academy was a multigenerational event. Thornton Academy stu-

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dents volunteered alongside seniors as they worked to make a difference in their own community. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Partnering with Age Friendly Saco has allowed us to bring weatherization services to households we may not otherwise reach,â&#x20AC;? said Habitatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weatherization coordinator Alana Shapiro, â&#x20AC;&#x153;we are excited to continue this partnership for years to come.â&#x20AC;? For more information about volunteering or receiving weatherization services contact Alana at kycw@habitatyorkcounty.org or 207-985-4850.

REAL ESTATE WANTED LOOKING TO BUY A home with first floor bedroom. Livable, repairable, or land to build. Replies confidential. 207-650-7297

DEVELOPER/LENDER: BUYING Land for subdivision, wood lots, houses, camps, office buildings. BERWICK Thanks to the generosity of the Kathryn M Laf ley Humanities Center, on Monday, March 12, the chil-

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HELP OFFERED PERSONAL ASSISTANCE TRUSTWORTHY RETIREE will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 4) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519 Mature female seeking position as full-time live-in CAREGIVER/COMPANION to elderly M/F. 25+ Years experience. Excellent references. $150/day. Sorry no Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s or Dementia. Diabetics OK. 774-573-3627 â&#x20AC;˘ Thank you!

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~ Classifieds ~ ITEMS FOR SALE

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SEASONED FIREWOOD Over a year old. Stored in barn. $285 per cord for 2 or more cords, delivered in local area. 207-282-4445

One Item or Entire Estate. Cash paid forallantiques.Antiquejewelry,coins, silver, gold, paintings, clocks, lamps, telephones, radios, phonographs, nauticalitems,weathervanes,dolls&toys, pottery, photography, military items, swords, advertising signs, fountain pens, bottles, tools, books & much much more! Buying antiques for over 20years.BarnandAtticClean-OutAlso.

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FRONT DESK ATTENDANTS NEEDED Full & part time. Benefits available for full time employees. Competitive pay. Weekends and evenings required. Apply in person to:

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HOUSECLEANING WITH HAPPINESS: I clean from the top to the bottom. I work alone. Flexible. Reliable. 2 hours $75.00, 4 hours $150.00. I have over thirty years experience. Abundant references. I love what I do, let me do it for you. Call/text/email Kelley 207-604-4117 myequines2@gmail.com

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PERSONAL LINES ACCOUNT MANAGER If you are an insurance professional who is eager to be part of an organization that values the employee experience, offers superior client service, and commits to giving back to our community, we have a great opportunity for you in our York, ME office. Send resume to Careers@ChalmersInsuranceGroup.com

PUBLIC HEARING To: Marianne Goodine or Michele Stivaletta-Noble, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine; GREETINGS:

2018 Seasonal Positions Available Full & Part Time

In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 20th day of March, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening.

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The Board will conduct a public hearing for the release of up to $43,808.05 from the Harbor Improvement Fund (0012) for 6 Pilings with 2 damaged during the Blizzard, 7 helical anchors and chains with installation and purchase of an Ice machine and its installation.

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Given under our hands this 6th day of March, 2018. BOARD OF SELECTMEN OF THE TOWN OF WELLS

Available To Start *Immediately*

Please email resume to: megan@anchoragebythesea.com or drop off in person at 125 Shore Road, Ogunquit, ME


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~ Classifieds ~ HELP WANTED

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CARPENTER WANTED Quality minded, part time, finish to cedar roofing, 3-4 work days, 6-8 hours a day, starting March. Call David Mann 207-337-3073

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SEASONAL PART-TIME GUIDE to work at Southern Maine sites for the 2018 season. Guide will conduct tours and assist with daily museum operations including tour admissions, museum cleaning, museum shop sales, and opening and closing the museum. Training is provided. Applicants should enjoy working with the public, have an interest in history, and have basic computer skills. Experience in retail sales and customer service desirable. Must be DYDLODEOHZHHNHQGVKDYHDĂ H[LEOHVFKHGXOHDQGFRPPLWWRHPSOR\PHQW through the end of the 2018 season, May-October. (EOE) Send resume and cover letter to JewettHouse@HistoricNewEngland.org. If you are applying for a guide position at more than one property, please indicate this in your cover letter.

Short term (until May) nonmedical HOMECARE SERVICE NEEDED. Light housekeeping & shopping. Limited hours (max. 4 hrs/week). $12.25/hour. 207-217-9218

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Experience helpful but not required. Day positions 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and evening positions 3:30 to 10:30 p.m. Five days per week (includes weekends). Pay is commensurate with experience.

HOUSEKEEPING. Experience not necessary, will train. Must be detail oriented. Six days per week (includes weekends) approximately 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Pay is $11.50 to $14.00 per hour. HOUSEMAN. Hours are 1 p.m.

to 7:30 p.m., 6 days per week (must work weekends). Duties include luggage assistance, keeping pool area neat and processing pool towels, grounds maintenance and occasional light maintenance. Pay starts at $11.50 per hour.

BREAKFAST/LAUNDRY ASSISTANT. Experience not necessary, will train. Hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pay is $11 per hour. Duties include helping in continental breakfast room bussing dishes/running dishwasher in a.m. then helping in laundry after breakfast is done.

If interested, call Carol at 646-5562 (9-2 Mon-Fri) or send an email to cpsphawk@maine.rr.com.

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Town of Kennebunkport Equipment Operator / Truck Driver

Great pay based on experience. Health insurance / simple IRA, paid holidays for year round employees.

The Town of Kennebunkport is seeking an Equipment Operator / Truck Driver who is a motivated problem solver who will prioritize customer service issues, take responsibility for a winter plow route, and contribute to team efforts for summer road maintenance operations. This position is full time, hourly, non-FLSA Exempt, and reports to the Public Works Director and/or Foreman. High School diploma required. Ability to operate a 5-Ton Plow Truck with wing and material spreader required. Overtime work is required during winter storm events. Two years of related public works or construction equipment experience required. The EHQHÂżWV SDFNDJH LV FRPSHWLWLYH DQG VWDUWLQJ VDODU\ LV FRPPHQVXUDWH with experience. Must possess a valid Class A or B CDL license. Send cover letter and employment application by March 21, 2018 to: Jennifer Lord, Town of Kennebunkport, Human Resources Department, PO Box 566, Kennebunkport, ME 04046. Job description and employment DSSOLFDWLRQLVDYDLODEOHDWWKH7RZQ2IÂżFHRUDWZZZNHQQHEXQNSRUWPH gov (click on â&#x20AC;&#x153;Human Resourcesâ&#x20AC;? under Departments Tab).

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Waitstaff for our Residential Dining 6-32 Hours weekly, varied shifts, 7am-2pm days, 3:30-7:30pm evenings, and includes some weekend shifts.

Dishwashers 8-24 Hours weekly, 4-8:30pm evenings and 8am-3pm & 4-8:30pm weekends. Starting pay for both positions is $10 per hour (more if you have experience) with $1 additional shift differential on Saturdays and Sundays. These are year round positions. Mature candidates encouraged to apply. Must have transportation and a good work ethic. Paid time off for all positions, LQFOXGLQJSDUWWLPH)XOOEHQHĂ&#x20AC;WVSDFNDJHDYDLODEOHIRUDQ\HPSOR\HH working a minimum of 30 hours per week in any (or combined) position.

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cooks, breakfast cooks, prep staff, waitstaff, hosts & dishwashers Please call 207-363-5557


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SPORTS

Wrigley Selected Student-Athlete of Month WELLS Wells High School has awarded senior Michael Wrigley the Student-Athlete of the Month Award. Wrigley received this distinction for his academics and performance on the WHS wrestling team. This is his second time receiving this award in wrestling, the first in December of 2016. Presenting a plaque to Wrigley on February 16 was WOCSD Director of Athletics 6-12 Pierce Cole, John C. Kreie of Cole Harrison Insurance Agency and Pamela MoodyMaxon of Moody Maxon Real Estate. “It’s great to get recognized twice for this, but I look at wrestling more as a team sport,” said Wrigley after the award presentation. “Arguably the best threesport athlete Wells has seen in many years,” said Kreie. “Being part of four state championship teams in the last year says a lot about this kid’s talent and leadership ability.” Scott Lewia is coach of the WHS wrestling team. “Michael is a very smart technical wrestler,” Lewia said. “He

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became the second Wells wrestler to record a 100th career pin. Michael was a big part of our second consecutive state championship win here at Wells High School, winning the 195 pound weight class becoming the 43rd Wells wrestler to capture a state title.” Wrigley was a runner-up in the South Regional Championship in the 195 pound category before winning the Class B State title. He also qualified for the New England Wrestling Championships. “Michael strives to be the best in whatever he is doing both on and off the mat,” said Moody-

Maxon who has followed Wrigley since he was a fourth grade student participating in Pee Wee Wrestling. “He is a true warrior who is a great example for the younger kids. He is a fan favorite and takes time to get pictures with the younger athletes. And I’ve even seen him signing autographs after games and meets.” The Student-Athlete of the Month awards program at Wells High School is in its 12th year. It is sponsored by the Cole Harrison Insurance Agency and Moody Maxon Real Estate. Recipients of the award are chosen by the administration at Wells High School.

STATEWIDE The Maine Boatbuilders Show is in its second year, and now at the Portland Sports Complex—same show, new site. Sail, power, small and large boats are all represented at the three-day event in March in Portland. Up and down the New England coastline, boat yards are humming. Come meet the builders, see the experts, and get your boating questions answered. If you are an old salty, or new to boating, this is the show to spend the weekend with. All of the manufacturers for marine products and engines are here. Maine’s boatbuilding community is extremely diverse. There are those that build dinghies, others mega-yachts, and anywhere in between and this show is here to promote everyone. Many boat builders do not know what they will have available at show time, but what boats are coming will be announced soon. With the brain trust that is attracted to the show, there is

often animated discussions and as much going on in the aisles as in the booths. Friends make the show an annual pilgrimage. The fact that it is a gathering point and a celebration has attracted national organizations. The Maine Maritime Academy alumnae will hold a Maritime Flea Market all three days with proceeds going to support Maine Maritime Academy with scholarships. Lectures are free all three days so pick a seat for a rest, and enjoy an educational hour. There is a restaurant in the new site all on one floor. To celebrate the next generation, for the seventh year, there will be an engine diagnosis competition between the Maine vocational high schools from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday. This has grown and become very important to the industry as they search for new competent employees. What better than to see them at their best, here competing for $15K in scholarships? The show is expected to draw around 10,000 people to See BOATS page 37...

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2015 Jeep Renegade Limited 4x4 ......... $17,988 Sport Appearance Group, Cold Weather Package, Technology Group

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2016 Jeep Wrangler Sahara 4x4 ........... $29,325

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*AII leases are 10,000 miles per year, based on S/A tier credit, and $2,999 due at signing. Tax, title & doc fee extra. All applicable rebates assigned to dealer. #JS458 adj. res. $18,823, total of payment $3,816. #JW2767 adj. res. $20,433.80, total of payment $9,192.69. #JW2835 adj. res. $33,025.50, total of payment $11,680.89. #JC541 adj. res. $18,688.95, total of payment $7,968.96. #JG1495 adj. res. $22,075.90, total of payment $9,356.40. SAME DAY TRANSACTIONS ONLY. SALE ENDS MARCH 19, 2018.

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~ News ~ Students Take Olympic Reading Challenge SOUTH BERWICK Sixty-five GWS reading students participated in a fourweek Winter Olympic Reading Challenge. Students chose an international flag to mark their reading progress during the four weeks of the Pyeonchang Winter Olympics. On March 1, the challenge ended and students turned in their logs to show the thousands of pages they had read since February 5. They celebrated their achievements with cake and medals for

all students, and prizes for the top six readers. Special thanks to Pumpkinman Triathlon and GWS

Stats Class Chats with D.C. Expert

teachers for the prizes. The celebration was sponsored by the Maine Education Association’s Read Across America grant.

SOUTH BERWICK A Marshwood High School teacher’s Advanced Placement statistics class had the opportunity of participating in an open dialogue with Nick Hatley from the Pew Research Center based in Washington, DC. Kelly Crowley’s class interacted by the use of Skype. Hatley is a research analyst on the Center’s Domestic Survey Research Team. The Marshwood students were given a 40-minute presentation that addressed the types of jobs at the Pew Research Center, the surveying methods used at the center, The American Trends Panel, and the specific research that Hatley has participated in. The students were able to understand how the

...BOATS from page 36 the Portland Sports Complex, located at 512 Warren Ave, in Portland. Admission is $15 per day. Children under 12 accompanied by adults will be admitted free. Groups of 10 or more can purchase block tickets for $10 ea. It is open to the public and will run from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 26. To learn more about the 31st Maine Boatbuilders Show, go to www.portlandyacht.com.

topics they are learning about in class are directly related to career paths in the real world. The students enjoyed hearing about these methods from someone who uses them everyday. Hatley shared his personal journey that led him to the Pew Research Center. He encouraged students to be aware of their future potential.

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36

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289

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24

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27,995*

OR

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119

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24

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BRAND NEW 2018 RAM 1500 CREW CAB BIGHORN 4X4 REMO T OME 20” CHR LS WHEE

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36,630

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$

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36

/MO. MONTHS


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March 16, 2018

38 The Weekly Sentinel

~ Puzzles ~

CLUES ACROSS 1. Punctuation mark 6. Married woman 9. Nocturnal rodent 13. Suffix 14. A way to disappoint 15. Saddle horse 16. West African country 17. Philippine island 18. “Girls” creator Dunham 19. A type of twin 21. Groans 22. Infections 23. What a beaver makes 24. Thou 25. Make a mistake

28. Receive 29. Dresses 31. Burn the surface of 33. Where coaches observe 36. Ceremonial offices 38. Paddle 39. The body’s main artery 41. Altered the original state 44. Alleges 45. Short-billed rails 46. Northern Thai province 48. Albanian monetary unit 49. Who the Wolverines play for 51. Oath 52. Astronomical period

54. A single unit 56. Presides over 60. Spoiled tot 61. Hillsides 62. Fertility god 63. Assuage 64. Signs a contract 65. Ancient Greek war dance 66. Allows 67. Lunar crater 68. Crash a motorcycle (Brit. slang) CLUES DOWN 1. Loose-fitting undergarment 2. Western Romanian city

25. Energy-saving module 26. Make sense of a language 27. Hurries through 29. Songs to one’s lover 30. Name given to plant groups 32. Improves 34. Patriotic women 35. Inflamed swelling on the eyelid 37. Instrument in Indian music 40. Request 42. Make into leather without using tannin 43. Defies 47. Neither 49. Flower cluster 50. Phonological unit 52. Leaves in water 53. Cavalry-sword 55. Famed American cartoonist 56. Messenger ribonucleic acid 57. Scarlett’s home 58. Make 59. Stony waste matter 61. What to do at auction 65. Incorrect letters

3. Unit of length 4. Type of electricity 5. Article 6. Mothers 7. Monetary unit 8. Single Lens Reflex 9. Tan-colored horses 10. Region 11. Cautious in spending money 12. Belittle 14. Sarcastic 17. Fathers 20. Clothes 21. Opera’s Callas 23. Lentil dish

The answers to this week’s puzzles are on page 4.

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Automatic, Air Conditioning, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Keyless Entry, Rear Fixed Glass, Factory Warranty, Traction Control, Only 26K Miles, Stk#91949

8-Spd Auto, AC, 20” Chrome Wheels, Dual Exhaust, Keyless Entry, Fog Lights, PWR Windows/ Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Satellite Radio, Spray-in Bedliner, Tonneau Cover, Stk#18114A

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8-Speed Auto, AC, Alloy Wheels, Bedliner, Keyless Entry, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Satellite Radio, Bluetooth Hands Free, Factory Warranty, Stk#91910

Auto, AC, Power Windows/ Locks/Seat, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Keyless Entry, Bluetooth Hands Free, Chrome Side Steps, Bedliner, 65K Miles, Stk#18063C

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2016 CHRYSLER 2016 JEEP GRAND 2016 JEEP 2016 DODGE 2015 FORD F-150 2016 JEEP WRANGLER 2016 JEEP GRAND 2016 RAM 2500 300C HEMI CHEROKEE WRANGLER SPORT DURANGO LIMITED SUPER CREW UNLIMITED SAHARA CHEROKEE CREW CAB SLT 4X4 LAREDO 4X4 4X4 HARD TOP 4X4 LARIAT 4X4 4X4 HARD TOP LIMITED 4X4

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Auto, Air Conditioning, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Alloys, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Power Seat/ Windows/Locks, Fog Lights, Factory Warranty, Bluetooth, Satellite Radio, Stk#91914

Automatic, Air Conditioning, Fog Lights, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, 3-Piece Hard Top, Satellite Radio, Factory Warranty, Stk#91948

8-Spd Auto, Rear AC, Heated Seats/Steering, 8.4” Touch Screen, Remote Start, Satellite Radio, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Alloys, Fog Lights, PWR Liftgate, Camera, Full PWR Equip., 33K Miles, Stk#91893

Heated/Cooled PWR Seats, Nav, Fog Lights, Alloys, Touch Screen Radio, Remote Start, PWR Equip., Keyless Enter-N-Go, Back Camera, Heated Rear Seats, Running Boards, Wheel Flares, Stk#18064A

Auto, AC, Freedom Hard Top, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloys, Side Steps, Fog Lights, Keyless Entry, Satellite Radio, Factory Warranty, Stk#91950

Heated Seats, PWR Liftgate, Remote Starter, Keyless EnterN-Go, 20” Wheels, 8.4” Touch Screen, Fog Lights, Memory Seats, Full PWR Equip., Factory Warranty, 16K Miles, Stk#91923

Automatic, AC, PWR Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Bedliner, Touch Screen & Satellite Radio, Keyless Entry, Bluetooth, Trailer Tow & Brake Controller, Factory Warranty, Stk#91921

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The Weekly Sentinel 39

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29,978

$

ALL YOU NEED IS A PEN!

Finance for 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due at signing.

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

S O M E RSWORTH N IS S A N CE RTI F I E D U S E D CA R CE N TE R 2015 CHEVY SILVERADO Green, 59K, High Country, Leather, Sunroof, Nav., 4X4, Tow, Bedliner, Stk #P2034

$

36,940

2017 HYUNDAI SANTA FE SPORT Black, 27K, AWD, 2.4 4 Cyl, Alloys, Bluetooth, Back Up Camera, Satellite Radio Stk #N17746A

2014 NISSAN MAXIMA SV

LOADED

AWD

$

Black, 29K, Sunroof, Nav., Leather, Alloys, Climate Control Seat, Prem. Pkg. Stk #P1196

$

NAVIGATION

20,750

2015 FORD FUSION SE White, 21K, Auto, Alloys, USB, SYNC, A/C, PWR Equipment Stk #N1870A

CLEAN

2011 BMW 328XI

Gray, 72K, AWD, Auto, Alloys, Leather, A/C, 6 Cyl, Push Start Stk #N1851A

2006 FORD F-150 Red, 83K, FX4, 4X4, 5.4 V8, Flare Side Bed, Auto, Step Rails Stk #N17927C

2012 NISSAN ROGUE

AWD

$

Black, 93K, AWD, Nav., Sunroof, Alloys, PWR Seat, Roof Rails Stk #N17850A

12,462 FLARE SIDE BED

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All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

$

10,461

2015 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMTED

$ $ 11,200 19,425 14,139 Somersworth Nissan Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

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White, 32K, Sahara, 4X4, Hard Top, Nav., Auto, Fog Lights, Tow Stk #N17703A

LOADED

$

33,710

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Energy Enthusiasm Experience

ELIOT WATERFRONT - $949,900.

KENNEBUNK COMMERCIAL - $1,375,000.

Panoramic views of the Cocheco, Salmon Falls & Piscataqua Rivers on 3 pristine waterfront acres with private pier & mooring. Gorgeous, level waterfront location trimmed with fruited trees & perennial gardens providing a scenic backdrop to a tranquil setting on the water’s edge. MLS# 1322272

Prime residential/commercial real estate abutting the Chamber of Commerce in the heart of Kennebunk. Six single family homes and one 2-family situated on seven bundled parcels provide numerous options for creative investors. MLS# 1289365

RECENT MARKET ACTIVITY

SOLD

12 BRIDGE STREET KITTERY

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392 BEECH RD ELIOT

11 PEPPERELL WAY YORK

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