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Marshwood Students Ready to Compete in Washington D.C. SOUTH BERWICK On April 25, students from Marshwood High School will travel to Washington, D.C., where they will represent Maine in the national finals of “We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution”. About 1,200 high school students from all fifty states will participate in the prestigious academic competition about the U.S. Constitution. These Marshwood students are enrolled in the school’s advanced placement U.S. government and politics course and have studied for months to prepare for their role as experts testifying on constitutional issues in a simulated congressional hearing. To represent Maine
Students from Marshwood High School will represent Maine in Washington during the “We the People: The Citizen and The Constitution” competition.
at the national finals, the class won the state competition held in on the University of Southern Maine Portland campus on February 7. Now in its 27th year, the annual three-day competition is the culminating activity of
We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution, the most extensive civic education program of its kind in the country. The program provides students with an understanding of the fundamental values and principles of the Constitution and
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will be shown at 7 p.m. Friday, March 28, at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Kennebunk. A community dialogue will follow the 30-minute film with Chris Buchanan, the film’s director and producer. Buchanan is the Maine coordinator for Defending Water for Life in Maine and the statewide coordinator of Stop the East-West Corridor Coalition (STEWC).
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The event, co-sponsored by the Maine Sierra Club and the First Parish UU Social Justice Committee, is free and open to the public. Dessert will be served at 6:30 p.m. The East-West Corridor is a proposed transportation and utility corridor that would run for 220 miles from Calais to Coburn Gore, beginning with
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the Bill of Rights. The competition involves entire classes making presentations and answering questions on constitutional topics before a panel of judges recruited from across the country. Constitutional scholars, lawyers, and government
leaders, acting as congressional committee members, will judge the students’ performances. The first round of the national finals will be held on the campus of George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia on April 26 and 27. The combined scores of the classes during the first two days of hearings will determine the top ten classes to compete in the championship round Monday, April 28 in congressional hearing rooms on Capitol Hill. During their stay in Washington, D.C., the students will also tour historical sites and have an opportunity to visit Senators Susan Collins and Angus King and District 1 Rep-
Chris Buchanan, statewide coordinator of the Stop the East-West Corridor Coalition (STEWC) addresses the crowd at the 2012 Rally in Portland. The STEWC will be showing the film Stop the East-West Corridor: Why Not? 7 p.m. Friday, March 28tat the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Kennebunk
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OGUNQUIT The Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce announces its second annual “American Pie Competition” during Patriots Day weekend, April 11 to 13. Community members are invited to enter their favorite creation Pies will be judged according to theme, appearance, and taste in two divisions: individual and business. Pie winners will receive Ogunquit gift certifi-
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Nicole Moody, a senior at Wells High School, has been selected to receive the Maine Principal’s Award for 2014.
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~ News ~ “Family Love Letter” Workshop Offered in Kittery KITTERY A workshop titled “Family Love Letter” to record estate planning and end-of-life wishes for loved ones, will be held at Kittery Estates on Saturday, March 29 at 2 p.m. Participants will receive a 38-page workbook for to complete and take home. Many times individuals have not planned for the unexpected. Unfortunately, sometimes they fail to provide ad-
equate information about assets, liabilities and intentions. For example, how many children know where a parent wants to be buried, or who the pallbearers should be? What happens when you cannot find the password to a parent’s computer that holds all of the information needed to manage affairs? While many people are reluctant to discuss their death or disability with family members,
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~ News ~ Two Outstanding Seniors Named Good Citizens at Kennebunk High
KENNEBUNK Every year the principals and athletic administrators of each school in the Western Maine Conference select two seniors who make contributions to their school in the areas of academics, athletics, leadership and citizenship. This year, Laura Broderick and Griffin Drigotas will represent Kennebunk High School at a banquet at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland on Thursday, April 10th. Laura Broderick, the daughter of Pete and Joan Brod-
erick of Kennebunkport, is an outstanding student athlete at Kennebunk High School. An Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and the recipient of the Smith College Book Award as a junior, Laura was appointed to the United States Coast Guard Academy and nominated to the United States Naval Academy. She attended the Maine Youth Leadership Seminar as a sophomore and the United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar as a junior. A member of the National Honor Society, Cap-
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~ News ~ Students Math Meet Adds Up to Fun KENNEBUNKPORT On March 7, RSU 21 held its district math meet for students in grades 4 and 5. Sea Road School hosted students from Mildred L. Day School and Kennebunkport Consolidated School. A total of 100 students took part in the meet. Students worked on individual tests
consisting of thirty questions in a half hour. They were also given a 15 minute team round. Teams were made up of mixed groups from the three schools. The district meet began four years ago due to math team being such a popular activity in the district. Not enough events were being offered locally for all
of the team members to have a chance to participate. Since its inception, the district meet has been an event for math loving students to look forward to each spring. Fifth grader Lance Dinino said, “Last year I didn’t know what to expect. This year was different because I did know what to expect, but the
“a greater sense of civic duty as a citizen.” He says it has also shown him how “essential civic participation is to the democratic system in which we live.” Jason Beland adds, “Maine is an incredibly patriotic state and I am honored that we will have the opportunity to represent it.” “We are so honored to represent our state at the We the People National Finals and hope that our statewide community will support this educational endeavor by sponsoring team Maine,” said Sanzone. Anyone interested in helping sponsor the students can contact Matt Sanzone at Marshwood High School 384 – 4500 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Students representing Maine at the national finals are: Adam Allen, Emma Barker, Carolyn Bates, Jason Beland,
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teams were different.” Mixing the teams together helps foster unity between the schools and gives many students the opportunity to make new friends. “It was really fun because we got to be mixed with other kids that we will get to work with next year. That was my favorite part!” stated Quinn Battagliese. Meanwhile Caleb Pelletier added, “It was cool that we got to team up with the
...D.C. from page 1 resentative Chellie Pingree. Students involved in Marshwood’s We The People program speak very highly about their experiences. Isabella Etro says the program has helped her understanding of current issues. She says, “All the information I’ve learned has helped me become a more informed and active citizen. I am so excited to continue this amazing journey in D.C. where I’ll be able to learn more and experience the nation’s capital.” Teammate Hannah Dolan adds, “We the People is a program that has given me the opportunity to show my knowledge of the history and inner workings of our government. At the beginning of the year, I would have never thought that I would be confident enough to speak in front of my peers and judges, but this program has taught me to be proud of my knowledge, my team, and myself.” Matt Sanzone, who teaches social studies at Marshwood, says the program is valuable for students, because it “encourages civic engagement and patriotism while reinforcing the importance of our Constitution and Bill of Rights.” He adds, “ To win the state championship is quite difficult and the students worked very hard to earn this distinction.” Senior Hannah Bossi believes that, “We the People is an experience that will stay with us for the rest of our lives. Not only as students, but as citizens as well.” Garrett Robinson echoes her ideas, asserting that We the People has brought him
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School Superintendent Search Seeks Community Involvement
ARUNDEL, KENNEBUNK, KENNEBUNKPORT The RSU 21 Board of Directors is conducting a nationwide search for a new Superintendent of Schools. The Board anticipates hiring the superintendent in June to begin work for the RSU on July. The Board is offering three opportunities for the communities of Arundel, Kennebunk, and Kennebunkport to provide input regarding the superintendent’s position. Two opportunities will occur in March and April and the third opportunity will occur during the second round of interviews in April or early May. The RSU 21 Board encourages all community members to participate in the search. The first opportunity to provide input will be available to all citizens, employees, and students in the three
towns. The Board is utilizing an online survey about superintendent job characteristics and qualities that has been prepared by Maine School Management and utilized by many districts in the state. The survey consists of a short section regarding demographics and a longer section with a list of attributes or qualifications that the RSU Board will consider as it conducts the superintendent’s search. The survey is your opportunity to tell the board which qualifications you think a new superintendent should possess. The Board will tally all the responses and use the results during the candidate review process. The survey is available at www.rsu21.net/ superintendent-of-schools-survey/. The second opportunity will be three community forums
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After the confidential interviews, the board will meet in executive session with the community interview team to discuss the candidates. The board will utilize all the information gathered from the interview team, the survey, and the community forums when making its decision. Board members and school district administrators are collecting names of those interested in serving on the interview team. Although
there will be a limited number of members on the team, the board seeks representation from all stakeholders. You can submit your name and contact information to an RSU 21 board member, a building principal, or an RSU 21 administrator. You can also call the RSU 21 office at 985-1100 and leave your name and contact information. For more information about the superintendent search and RSU 21, please see www. rsu21.net.
...MOODY from page 6 and Lacrosse.” “She is a great kid,” said Principal Daly. “She has done a great job in the last four years and she has worked extremely hard. She deserves the best.” A luncheon to honor all recipients of the Maine Principal’s Award for 2014 will take place on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor. At this luncheon, MPA recipients will be presented with a plaque and a pin.
Attendees to the luncheon are also eligible to win one of ten Horace O. McGowan Scholarships of $1,000 each in honor of McGowan, the MPA’s past executive director. Moody, who is the daughter of Amy and Patrick Moody of Wells, says that she has been accepted at nine institutions of higher learning but as of this writing remains uncertain which college she will attend for a degree in Nursing.
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~ News ~ York Flower Shop Shares Tips with Garden Club YORK The York Flower Shop rose to the challenge presented by the Old York Garden Club at its recent meeting. Members of the Old York Garden Club searched their attics for quirky containers for York Flower shop’s owner Laura Kennedy and designer Christine Gambella-Nunez to fill. The challenging containers varied: a cobalt blue fondue pot, a glass Easter hat, a small diva vase, and a large white snail shell. The women grabbed handfuls of baby green hydrangeas, peonies, tulips and other flowers, and deftly created arrangements while sharing some tricks of the trade. The fondue pot became a home to an informal arrangement for tulips, grape hyacinth, geranium foliage and mimosa flowers. A few of the small leftover flowers were added to the small burner, visually tying it back to the large pot. “Never let anything go to waste,” Gambella-Nunez advised. “ Use the short flowers to fill a small container for the powder room or bedside.”
BERWICK This marks the 13th year that ChildLight Montessori School in Berwick will hold its annual “Build a Dream” dinner and auction. The event will be held March 28 at Spring Hill in Berwick. Parents and friends from area communities and
alumni will gather to help raise funds for the ChildLight scholarship program.. The evening will feature music, a silent and live auction, appetizers and camaraderie. Coyote Kolb, a Boston based band, will perform. For more information, call 384-0153.
Christine Gambella-Nunez, designer; Laura Kennedy, owner York Flower Shop at a meeting of Old York Garden Club.
She explained that flowers with short stems last longer than those with long stems. Another tip: Don’t use oasis with bulb flowers, as the oasis material will clog the stems. Kennedy delightf ully
...PIE from page 1 Hamlin won second place for a ruby red, white, and blue fresh strawberry and blueberry pie. What is an “American Pie”? It depends on who is cooking and eating it. Last year ‘s contest included some awesome apple pies, a ginger peach pie, strawberry pies, and mixed berry pies. An “American Pie” need not be made of fruit. Other pies included the thin mint pie, chocolate pie, and even a “s’mores” pie! To enter the contest, bring
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your pie to the downstairs recreation room of the Dunaway Center (23 School Street, Ogunquit) at 11a.m., Saturday, April 12. Pies will be judged during “Taste of the Town” with results announced at 1:30p.m. After the judges have finished, the public at the “Taste of the Town” will be invited share what’s left of the sweet treats. For more information contact the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce at 646-1279.
stated that baby’s breath is “in” for weddings again; it dries very well and can stand alone when massed together. She told club members, “If an arrangement contains a hydrangea that starts to wilt, cut off a bit of the stem and put the flower in warm water and into the refrigerator for a short while to perk it up again.” She added that cut flower arrangements will last longer if you cut a bit off the stems every day and change the water.
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ French Farce Puts “A Flea in Her Ear”
Kate Gilbert as Raymonde and Autumn Allen as Lucienne will perform “ A Flea in Her Ear” in Rollinsford.
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Seacoast actors appear in the Garrison Players presentation of the greatest of French farces “A Flea in Her Ear”, a new version of Georges Feydeau’s work by David Ives. The show will be staged two last two weekends in March, beginning with opening night Friday, March 21 at 8p.m. “A Flea in Her Ear” is a comedy of mistaken identities and mistaken intentions. Raymonde, the wife of Victor Emmanuel, suspects him of having an affair. When she receives apparent (but erroneous) evidence of his infidelity, she decides to catch him in the act. Great mis-
understandings lead the characters into compromising situations at a hotel that specializes in romantic rendezvous. An amorous Englishman and an insanely jealous Spaniard complicate the situation. “This is without a doubt the funniest script I have ever read,” says director Jim Mastro. “Theater goers should be prepared to laugh until it hurts!” Cast members includes Autumn Allen, Dover, William Burr, Dover Scott Degan, Portsmouth, Kate Gilbert, Amesbury, MA, Donna Goldfarb, Dover, Lisa Littlefield, Milton, Rich Sal-
vati, Rollinsford, Matt Smith, Dover Phil Adams, South Berwick, Craig Capone, Ogunquit, Jan Hansen, Eliot, John Safina, York, Brooke Steinhauser, Kittery, and Tom Whateley, Wells. Performances at the Garrison Players Arts Center are March 21 to 23 and March 28 to 29 at 8p.m on Friday and Saturday, and 3p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students under 18. They can be purchased at the door, by calling 603-750-4ART or at www. garrisonplayers.org. The arts center is located on Route 4, at the corner of Roberts Road in Rollinsford.
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KITTERY Two bands with big sounds will be raising the roof at The Dance Hall on the last weekend of March. The monthly “ Fourth Friday Forum” on March 28 at 8p.m. will feature Shango AfroPop Orchestra in an homage to the legendary Fela Kuti, a Nigerian musician whose life and music was immortalized in the Broadway hit “ Fela.” On Saturday, March 29 at 7:30p.m., Chris Klaxton and The State-Line Big Band makes its debut featuring the some of the finest musicians on the Seacoast. Fela Kuti was Nigeria’s James Brown, Bob Marley, Dr. King, Sly Stone, Malcolm X, and George Clinton all rolled into one super-funky, hilarious, radical ac-
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heard, from Yoruba songs and rhythms, to Highlife guitars, to American jazz and funk. Fela was such an outsize figure it takes four members of Shango (Jonny Peiffer as bandleader, Stu Diaz as vocalist, Matt Langley on tenor saxophone, and Mike Effenberger on keys) to even come close to pulling off what Fela was able to do. Shango is nearly 20 members strong with horn players, guitars, keyboards, percussion, singers and dancers, Comprised of the Seacoast area’s finest instrumentalists, Chris Klaxton and the StateLine Big Band delivers the classic swing/dance band arrangements. These include the works of George Gershwin, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Charles Mingus, as well as original material. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door and can be purchased at RiverRun Bookstore, Wallingford Square, Kittery. For more information, call 703-2083.
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Divas Party Celebrates Bicentennial
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The Divas of South Berwick: Erin Capron, Corianna Melino, Mimi Abell, Kelly Cheney, Rachel Martin, and Danielle Long.
dire needs. “This year we wanted the party to benefit as many people in town as possible,” said Rachel Martin, who dreamed up Diva Night in 2012 with some friends and is also a board member of SoBo Central. “The organizing committee realized that SoBo Central’s work cuts across all boundaries and all seasons, and is an organization for everyone in the community.” SoBo Central puts on the LanternFest, which draws more than 1,000 people each August to Spring Hill Restaurant. The organization was formed in 2009 as a non-profit umbrella for See DIVAS page 20...
OGUNQUIT Grammy Award winner, Charles Neville of the Neville Brothers and Jeff Pitchell with Texas Flood have been in the recording studio creating a new CD called “Mardi Gras: A Taste of New Orleans and the Blues/ Rock/Pop,” which is also the name of their new show. They will be together presenting this show at Jonathan’s Ogunquit on Friday, March 28. Neville, a sax, flute, and vocals man with the Neville Brothers, has a Grammy Award and gold/platinum records from six different countries. He has appeared on “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show,”
“Oprah,” “Saturday Night Live,” “Arsenio,” “Austin City Limits,” “Letterman” and the “Tonight Show.” Neville is well known for his ethereal performances at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. For details, visit jonathansoqunquit.com or call 646-4777. 4 Market Place Dr York, ME 03909
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SOUTH BERWICK When the women of South Berwick get together they throw a party that packs a punch. This year they are throwing a birthday bash Friday, March 21, from 7:30p.m. to 11p.m. at the Red Barn at Outlook Farm in honor of South Berwick’s Bicentennial. “Diva Night 3 - Bicentennial Birthday Bash”, recognizes two centuries since South Berwick separated from Berwick. It will feature music, dance, games and a silent auction. Each woman will receive one complimentary ticket for her choice of beer, wine or champagne. This year’s event includes Eats and Sweets, games, prizes and dancing, with DJ Patrick Long
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~ Obituaries ~
Mary T. Raposa, 92 WELLS - Mary T. Raposa, died on Thursday, March 13, at Durgin Pines In Kittery. She was born on February 25, 1922 in Taunton, MA. She was the daughter of Felisberto and Mary Torres. She was a graduate of Taunton High School. She was married to the late James Raposa. They had four children. She left Taunton and moved to Lexington, MA 45 years ago. She was a member of St. Brigid’s Parish, Lexington, MA, where she was also a member of the sodality. Mary found great solace in her faith, especially as she prayed the rosary every day. She enjoyed working in the garden, walking the beach, finding the perfect shell, crocheting, and knitting. She replaced the show “Hit Parade” with “Dancing With The Stars”. Everyone special to her received a crocheted dishcloth. She also crocheted blankets for her grandchildren and great
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grandchildren when were born. She was very proud of all her family. Mary will continue to watch over her son; Ronald J. Raposa and his wife, Debbie of Arizona; son, Robert F. Raposa and his wife, Diane of Littleton, MA; daughter, Joan Santos of Wells, ME; daughter; and Carol Raposa of Nashua, NH. Her grandchildren are Terri, Kim, Traci, Stacy, Curt, Robin, Melissa, Ashley, Tina and their spouses, Jen, Andy, Corey, Paul, Hal, and Jack. Her great grandchildren are Matthew, Jacob, Tyler, Nicholas, Zachary, Emily, Calvin, and Quinten.
Her beloved brothers, Tony, Manny, Phil, Joe, and Charlie also predecease Mary. Her sisters, Mary and Evelyn have also gone before her. Her beloved sisters, Dolores Fernandes, Natalie Gouveia, Nancy Joubert; her sisters-in-laws, Agnes Torres and Betty Torres; and many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews survive her. Mary’s family would like to thank their extended family at Durgin Pines in Kittery. They made her smile even in the last days of her journey. May God bless them all for taking care of her. Visiting hours will be Friday, March 21 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Bibber Memorial Chapel, 111 Chapel Road, and Wells. A Mass of Christian burial will follow at 11 a.m. at Holy Spirit Parish, St. Mary’s Church, 236 Eldridge Road, Wells. Burial will follow in Ocean View Cemetery, Wells. Please consider a donation to the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, PO Box 302, Maryknoll, NY 10545-0302 (www.maryknollsociety.org Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 111 Chapel Road Wells, ME. www. bibberfuneral.com.
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Lance Thomas Lord, 20 SOUTH BERWICK Lance Thomas Lord, 20 of Oldfields Road in South Berwick, died suddenly on March 16, 2014 at his home. Born in Irvine California on September 21, 1993 he was a son of Thomas R. Lord and Laurie L. Ainsworth. He was raised in South Berwick, attended local schools and graduated from Marshwood High School with the class of 2012. He continued his education at York County Community College. Lance was always on a mission. He worked hard to help others including local contractors, cutting and hauling wood. Recently he worked for Nature’s Way Market in South Berwick. Lance was always lifting spirits with a joke or kind gesture. He loved living and working around the family farm, and was most comfortable out doors, hunting, spending time with his close friends, camping, mudding, and snowmobiling. He was especially proud of his antique bottle collection. He loved to work on cars with his friends and cherished time in the wood shop with his mentor and hero, his dad. He was a loving son and with his mother Laurie shared a quirky sense of humor and love for all animals. He was a brother and protector to his siblings Veronica and Hunter. Lance was the first person folks asked for help, as he was always willing to be there. He will be dearly missed by his parents, and his brother and sister whom he adored, his family and many friends. He is survived by his parents; Thomas R. Lord of South Berwick, and Laurie L. Ainsworth of Strafford, NH, sister Veronica Lynn Lord of Somersworth and her son Carter Chanthaphol, brother
Hunter James Lord of Lebanon, Maine, grandmothers Mary Rose “Tabby” Lord of South Berwick and Linda L. Joy of Somersworth, NH, grandfather Donald O. Ainsworth and his wife Patricia of Dover, NH, aunts; Cheri Lord and her husband Paul Servetas of Arizona, and Jana and her husband Bill “Uncle Belly “Merrithew of North Berwick, Billie Jo Ainsworth of Milton, NH, Dawn and her husband Mark Stalcut of Arkansas, and Christina and her husband Billy Campbell of North Carolina, his beloved girlfriend Tristyn Roberge of Wells, stepmother Sherry of Lebanon, as well as many close cousins. His grandfather, “Papa” Robert S. Lord, predeceased him. A celebration of Lance’s life will be held Friday, March 21 at 6 p.m. in the First Parish Federated Church in South Berwick with Rev. Donna Lee Muise officiating. All are encouraged to come as you are. Parking is at the school and town office. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the National Rifle Association at NRA.org or to the German Shepherd Rescue of New England, PO Box 299, Wayland, MA 01778. Care for The Lord family has been entrusted to the JS Pelkey Funeral Home.
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Maternal Child Health Nurses receive Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Certification Home Health VNA announced recently that seven registered nurses in the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) program have received certification in Pediatric Chemotherapy and Biotherapy administered by the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses. Only a fraction, less than 1 percent, of the approximately 2.9 million nurses in the United States have completed this certification. Having a team of nurses with this advanced specialty will ensure that children and adolescents with cancer can receive chemotherapy and biotherapy in their own home, reducing the need
for time consuming, disruptive and costly trips to the hospital for cancer treatment. “With this advanced certification our nurses embrace the concept of family-centered care” said John G. Albert, MBA, FACHE, President and CEO of Home Health VNA. “It will ensure that incredible care is provided to some of our most vulnerable patients in the comfort and security of their own home.” Home Health VNA has one of the largest MCH programs in the state with a team of highly skilled registered nurses who provide complex medical care and support to children
Maine Alzheimers Walk Seeks Volunteers The planning committee for the 2014 Maine Beaches Area Walk to End Alzheimers is underway. The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimers is the nation’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Since 1989, the Alzheimer’s Association mobilized millions of Americans in the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk Kittery Estates recently hosted the planning committee. The three-mile beach walk will take place on Saturday, September 13 beginning at the York Beach Ball Field at 9a.m. If you have someone with Alzheimer’s who is dear to you heart please get involved. New volunteers are welcome and
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output that has no thermal effect on the body’s tissue. Instead, the laser serves to stimulate biological function similar to the affect of photosynthesis in plants. According to Molda, the Erchonia laser is non-invasive, painless and speeds the recovery process by encouraging cell regeneration. Treatment with the laser also can improve range of motion and decrease inflammation and pain, reducing the need for medication. Dr. Molda says he believes his patients will benefit from this new technology: “Treating chronic pain noninvasive with low level lasers instead of prescription drugs or surgery is the future of healthcare.” Erchonia Corporation, the global leader in low level laser healthcare applications was the first to receive FDA market
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Maine Children’s Alliance Research Considers Importance of Parents’ Health Insurance New research from the Maine Children’s Alliance reveals a strong relationship between parents’ health insurance status and children’s health. Mainers know that our future rests on how well we foster the health and well being of the next generation, but a new report from the Maine Children’s Alliance (MCA) shows we have much ground to cover to ensure that all kids are positioned to thrive. “Ensuring parents have health insurance is important for children even when children themselves have coverage,” said Claire Berkowitz, executive director of MCA. “Data show that children with uninsured parents have a greater risk of gaps in coverage, and are less likely to receive checkups, preventive care and other health care services.” The MCA policy report, Ensuring Health Coverage for Maine Families with Children in 2014, examines opportunities and challenges that have developed for parents because of recent MaineCare eligibility cuts and ensuring that MaineCare aligns with the Affordable Care Act. In 2013 and 2014, about 28,500 low-income working parents with children at home are losing MaineCare coverage because, in 2012, Maine’s 125th Legislature passed legislation and Governor LePage signed into law, a cut in income eligibility for parents from 200 percent to 100 percent of the poverty level. Although only parents and not their children - were slated to lose coverage under Maine’s 2012 legislation, caseload data indicates that many children did as well. The graph below shows a large decline in the numbers of children enrolled in MaineCare following the cut in parent eligibility. “To keep Maine children healthy, Maine must assure that their parents have health coverage,” said Sara Gagne Holmes, executive director of the Maine Equal Justice Partners (MEJP). “We know that as parents lose MaineCare, the numbers of children with health coverage are dropping as well. Providing Medicaid coverage for adults with income up to 138 percent of the poverty level is not only impor-
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“Tragedy might have happened, huge mistakes might have been made, but the world continues. People who have walked successfully over life’s hot-coal moments always keep going. They never quit living,” Anderson shares. 2. They live day-by-day. “It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the ‘What am I going to do now?’ feeling, but extramile people focus on the now. They don’t let thoughts of how they’re going to deal with tomorrow defeat them,” Anderson says. 3. They find support. “By forging relationships with positive, move-forward type people, survivors trigger positive energy to flow back into their lives,” Anderson points out. 4. They get involved again. “Extra-mile people transcend life’s tragedies by not choosing isolation when life knocks them down,” Anderson shares. “It’s easy to want to hide in a cave after something bad happens, but the longer we stay in the cave, the more challenging it is to ever leave it.” 5. They remain optimistic. “Extra-mile people support themselves with their own words and actions. They don’t let negative self-talk rule their brains, and they make sure not to surrender to negative, self-defeating emotions,” Anderson says. 6. They trust their faith and look for a higher purpose in their loss. “Extra-mile people believe that there is a stronger power at work in the world. Faith in a higher power...and yourself...works miracles in overcoming bad events,” Anderson quotes. 7. They seek to add value to the world. “People who have weathered a life storm recognize the opportunity to re-evaluate their own contribution to the world. They use their event not as a forever defeat, but rather as an igniting spark to do something meaningful,” Anderson says. Shawn Anderson is a sixtime author, keynote speaker and motivational success coach. www.ShawnAnderson.com.
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Health & Fitness Women in their 60s Twice as Likely to Develop Alzheimerâ€™s Than Breast Cancer
According to the Alzheimerâ€™s Association 2014 Alzheimerâ€™s Disease Facts and Figures report released today, a womanâ€™s estimated lifetime risk of developing Alzheimerâ€™s at age 65 is 1 in 6, compared with nearly 1 in
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women are the epicenter of Alzheimerâ€™s disease in Maine and across the country â€“ making up the majority of both people living with the disease and caregivers,â€? said Laurie Trenholm, Executive Director of the Alzheimerâ€™s Association, Maine Chapter. â€œWe all know them; they are our friends, our family, our neighbors and our co-workers. There has been tremendous progress in treating breast cancer. This success is driven by well-deserved investments by the federal government in breast cancer and other diseases like heart disease, diabetes and HIV/AIDS that have realized substantial decreases in death. Comparable
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BUSINESS & FINANCE “Spring Cleaning” Can Brighten Your Investment Picture
The days are getting longer and warmer — a sure indication of the arrival of
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Nearly 150 million Americans will file federal income tax returns this year. Unfortunately, many will be shelling out much more of their hard-earned money than necessary, says veteran financial expert Jeff Gorton. Gorton says: â€œWhen you think about all you do to earn your money, and the lengths weâ€™ll go to save a few bucks, it doesnâ€™t make sense to not do all we can to prepare for the inevitable â€“ our compulsory contribution to Uncle Samâ€™s bank account.â€? There is nothing unpatriotic about taking advantage of legal measures to reduce your tax bill, Gorton says. But most Americans donâ€™t understand the basics of how to minimize the tax burden. â€œIf you wait until the last minute to do your taxes, youâ€™re sure to miss out on savings,â€? says Gorton, who offers some tax-saving options. Credits: Tax credits are usually subtracted dollar for dollar from the actual tax liability and may be utilized when filing for 2013. They include the Child Tax Credit, which allows up to $1,000 for children younger than 17; the American Opportunity Credit, featuring up to $2,500 in tax savings per eligible student for tuition costs for four years of posthigh-school education; and the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit, which grants qualifying taxpayers 10 percent of the cost of certain energy-efficient building materials â€” up to a $500 lifetime
credit. The Child and Dependent Care Credit, for those who have to pay someone to care for a child younger than 13, or another dependent, offers up to $3,000 for one qualifying individual, or up to $6,000 for two or more qualifying individuals. Deductions: Like tax credits, deductions have phase-out limits, so you may want to consult with a professional. Deductions are subtracted from your income before your taxes are calculated, which may reduce the amount of money on which you are taxed and, your eventual tax liability. Some examples include contributions made to qualifying charitable organizations. You may be able to write off out-of-pocket costs incurred while doing work for a charity. Others may include amounts set aside for retirement through a qualified retirement plan, such as an Individual Retirement Account. Medical expenses exceeding 10 percent of your adjusted gross income are now deductible â€“ expenses exceeding 7.5 percent are still deductible for those older than age 65; and, potentially, mortgage interest paid on a loan secured for your primary residence. Tax-favored investing: This involves both tax-
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KITTERY Joseph Lombardi, a senior at Traip Academy in Kittery, has been selected to receive the 2014 Principal’s Award, Principal Eric Waddell announced recently. The award, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, is given in recognition of a high school senior’s academic achievement and citizenship. “Traip Academy’s selection was based on Joseph’s academic excellence, his outstanding school citizenship, his strong leadership, and his love of learning,” Waddell
noted. “He is an excellent representative of Traip Academy; I am very proud of him,” he added. Joe plans to major in Robotics Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in the fall. He is the son of George and Carol Lombardi of Kittery. Joseph, Principal Waddell, and other award winners and their principals will attend an Honors Luncheon at the Spectacular Events Center in Bangor on Saturday, April 5. The Honors Luncheon recognizes these outstanding students with
the presentation of an individual plaque and the awarding often $1000 scholarships in the names of Horace O. McGowan and Richard Tyler. Mr. McGowan and Mr. Tyler were former Maine principals and executive directors of the Association. The Principal’s Award is presented in more than 140 Maine public and private high schools by members of the MP A, the professional association which represents Maine’s school administrators. The award was chartered in 1985.
Maine Maple Sunday is this Weekend AUGUSTA Commissioner Walt Whitcomb today invited families to visit the nearly 100 Maine sugarhouses open to the public this Sunday, March 23, as part of Maine Maple Sunday. The annual event, held every fourth Sunday in the month of March, will take place for the 31st time. 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. On March 5, Governor Paul R. LePage highlighted the start of Maine’s maple season by tapping a maple tree on the Blaine House lawn with legislators and representatives from the Maine Maple Producers Association. The Governor used the annual event to highlight
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million directly to the Maine economy. That same study also shows that Maine’s maple 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 Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Commissioner Walt Whitcomb noted the support that Maine’s maple indusSee MAPLES page 27...
...DIVAS from page 9 the South Berwick Community Food Pantry, the Keep South Berwick Warm fuel fund, SmartGrowth South Berwick, Home for the Holidays event, the Hot Summer Nights concert series and the Friends of Powderhouse Ski Hill. It has also become a cosponsor of the HarvestRaiser, which benefits a resident facing financial challenges because of medical issues. “SoBo Central has grown as such a vital organization that always seems to be sponsoring one of my favorite South Berwick events or responding to one of the town’s unfortunate hardships,” said Kara Plank of the Diva Night planning committee.”What better way to honor our town’s 200th birthday than by giving to a wonderful umbrella organization that brings our community together for good times and good deeds.” Tickets cost $40, and are available at P.Gagnon and Son, South Berwick Pharmacy, Curves in South Berwick, or by contacting Mimi Abell at firstname.lastname@example.org. Checks can be made payable to Sobo Central.
~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, Your newsletters have provided me with a lot of good information over the years. In the last newsletter, there was a question of whether shutting down the computer was a good idea. My question is whether shutting off the surge protector where my computer and printer are plugged in would be a good idea when they are not in use. I’m a big supporter of saving on my utility bills and would appreciate your input. Thanks, Joni Dear Joni, I don’t see any problems with turning off the surge protector once your computer and printer are turned off. It will conserve a small amount of electricity. If you want to protect your computer from possible lightning strikes or power surges, however, you should not only turn off the surge strip, but
unplug it from the wall as well. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Last week I played a CD on my computer. Since then I’ve not been able to open the door to take out the CD. Any tips on how to do this? Nelda Dear Nelda, I do have a way for you to open your CD door, and it works in all versions of Windows. Click on “Start” and then, “Computer” or, “My Computer” depending on which version of Windows you are using. In the computer window, right click on your CD drive, and click, “Eject” in the context menu that appears. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I installed my copy of Microsoft office 2003 on my new HP computer that came with Microsoft office starter 2010. I was using office 2003 but decided to try the office starter
On April 8, 2014, Windows XP becomes Windows XPired! Microsoft will stop providing security updates which keep your data safe. Continuing to use XP will be like leaving home at night, leaving the lights on with the front door open and a big sign saying,
“My Security System is Broken!”
Call The Computer Lady TODAY to help you keep the bad guys out! 207-676-9561
2010. I do not like it and just want to use the office 2003, but now my Excel and Word files open in the starter 2010 version. How do I set office 2003 as the default program? Thanks, Matt Dear Matt, I have run into problems installing an older version of Office when a newer version is already installed. The only way to solve it is to completely remove Office 2010 before installing the older version. Since you have already installed Office 2003, I have one thing you can try before you start un-installing programs. 1. Click on the “Start Orb” and click “Default Programs” in the start menu. 2. In the Default Programs window, click on “Set your default programs”. 3. If Word 2003 appears in the programs list, click on it, then click “Set this program as default” on the right. 4. Repeat with Excel 2003. If Word and Excel 2003 don’t appear in the list, go back to the “Default Programs” window, and click on “Associate a file type or protocol with a program”. This dialog box will allow you to click on word files (.doc) and then click the “Change program...” button to associate Word 2003 instead of 2010. If these steps don’t work, your best option is to go to the
control panel and completely uninstall all versions of Office. Reboot (click on “Start” point to the arrow to the right of “Shut Down” and click on “Restart”) the computer. Then, only after you have rebooted the computer, you can install Office 2003. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I hope you have a quick answer.... I have an EEE netbook. Is there a way to expand the capacity? I need more space. Thank you, Harriet Dear Harriet, A netbook is really nothing more than a small laptop computer that doesn’t have an optical (CD or DVD) drive. The storage space can usually be upgraded, but it might not be cheap or easy. The first thing you need to do is find out what kind of hard drive your net book has. Some net books have a special solid state drive (it is kind of like a USB data stick and has no moving parts.). These solid state drives are not as standard as a regular hard drive with moving parts, and it will be harder to find replacement parts. If your net book has a standard SATA 2.5 inch hard drive, you should be able to purchase one with more storage space and replace the existing drive. You would need to make an image of your existing drive, and copy it to the new drive. If all this sounds complicated to you, your best option is
to take the net book to a local computer shop and have them give you an estimate. Elizabeth Comments This Week: Posted By: Terry In Response to: Problem With Site Security Certificates Comment: I’ve been fixing computers for about 15 years and I’ve come across the “problem with site security certificates” issue a number of times. The problem is caused because the Calendar on the computer is wrong possibly because of the CMOS issue this user just needs to adjust the date on his/her computer. Web browsers have security certificates with a start date and an end date. If the computer date is off one-way or the other, that would explain the issue.
Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide 646-3355
Restaurant in Wells
Open 5pm Seven Days
WITH THIS COUPON
Cape Neddick Inn
Restaurant and Tavern
Warm and Cozy 7 Nights a Week
of equal or lesser value - with coupon Valid only in the dining room, not the tavern. Coupon good Monday through Thursday. Expires on March 27, 2014.
Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com
The Red Barn at Outlook Farm Located on The Links at Outlook Golf Course, Rte 4, South Berwick, Maine
Rustic Elegance www.OutlookWeddings.com
EASTER SUNDAY & MOTHER’S DAY Reserve Today! April 20: Easter Sunday Brunch
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@ The Red Barn 10am to 2pm
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Breakfast Buffet * Omelet Station * Salad Station* Seafood Station * & Dessert Bar Reservations are recommended: 207-384-1010 x 34 View all Menus & Pricing @ Outlookweddings.com
are OPEN @ The Outlook Tavern
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7-Day: $1,400 TWI: $900 JR: $400 9 Holes: $199 18 Holes: $399
View Menus @ Outlookweddings.com • Reservations Suggested: (207) 384-1010 Ext. 34 • 24 hrs/day
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide SCOTCH TASTING DINNER
OPEN FOR LUNCH THURSDAY – SUNDAY
Wednesday, March 26 ~ 6:00 pm
You gotta eat somewhere. . .
77years 1937 ~ 2014
on the ocean www.beachmereinn.com Located on the Beautiful Marginal Way
Acoustic Sounds of local
Saturday March 22
5:00 – 8:00 pm
PRIME RIB FRIDAYS
Three Course Prime Rib Dinner ~ Every Friday $24.95
Smoked Duck w/ Plum Chutney Grant’s Blended Scotch Cocktails
Roasted Squash & Apple Bisque Balvenie 12 Year Doublewood
Baby Spinach Salad with Sautéed Mushrooms, Gorgonzola Dolce & Bacon Vinaigrette Glenfiddich 15 Year Solera Reserve
Also ~ Catch of the Day
Grilled Lamb Chops with a Cherry Cider Reduction Or Maple Balsamic Glazed Smoked Salmon Glenfiddich Malt Master’s Limited Edition
Drinks by the Fire Pit 5PM-8PM
Warm Apple Pie, Vermont Sharp Cheddar & Gifford’s French Vanilla Ice Cream Balvenie 14 Year Caribbean Cask
Bloody Mary Bar Saturday and Sunday - 12-4 Prices do not include Maine Food and Beverage Tax or Gratuity. Call for reservations.
$45 per person
Fish Market & Restaurant
62 Beachmere Place, Ogunquit Maine 03907 • 207-646-2021 •
855 US Route 1, York, ME
Call ahead for take-out and be sure to ask about our other specials! Thursday-Saturday ~ Breakfast 6:30-11 a.m. & Lunch/Dinner until 7:30 p.m. Sunday ~ Breakfast 6:30-11 a.m. & Lunch until 3 p.m.
Weekend Specials ~ Only $13.95
Choose any one of our featured entrees below for just $13.95 plus tax! Each entrée served with a small salad, vegetable, potato & blueberry cobbler.
Fried Clams or Fried Clam Strips Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo with Garlic Bread Grilled Fillet of Fresh Salmon Haddock Parmesan over Linguini with Garlic Bread
BARN Lobster barn
seafood and GriLL Family Dining
Not Just Seafood
Something for Everyone:
Endless Salad • Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster • Seafood Prime Rib • Steaks • Chicken • Burgers Pasta • Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts • Children’s Menu
Hours: Wed.-Fri. 4-9pm, Sat. 12-9pm, Sun. 12-8pm (Closed Mon.-Tues.)
Lighter Fare Available:
Fri.-Sat. in the Bar ‘til 10pm
OPEN 1000 Route 1 ALL York, Me 03909 YEAR 1-207-363-4721 www.TheLobsterBarn.com _____________________
~ Starters ~ • P.E.I. Mussels (1-1/4 lb) ...... $2.50 (dine-in only)
• Popcorn Shrimp.................. $5.99 • Crab Stuffed Mushrooms(5) $7.99 • Flatbread Pizza................. $7.99 BBQ Chicken, Shrimp Scampi, Philly Cheese Steak
~ Entrées ~
(Served All Day - Changes Daily)
• Twin 1 lb Lobster Dinner..$28.99 (dine-in only / served to one person)
• All You Can Eat Haddock $15.99 Broiled or Fried (extras may vary in size)
• Prime Rib Bomb .................. $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese • Steak Tip Bomb................... $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese
• Homemade Baked Mac-N-Cheese ......................... $10.99 * Add Lobster Newburg Sauce to Any Entrée for $1.50 *
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide SATURDAY NIGHTS David Hollis at the piano
g Now Takin for s n Reservatio day! n u Easter S
SUNDAY NIGHT SERENITY The Acoustic Community Cafe
A view for all seasons 117 Pond Rd. (Just off Rt. 4) South Berwick, Maine (207) 384-2693 www.springhillmaine.com
ANNIE S OGUNQUIT Open Fri-Sat-Sun @ 4pm
HAPPY HOUR 4-6PM $5 1/2 lb. Burgers $3 House Wines $3 Well Drinks
ENTERTAINMENT Sunday - Seisun Resuming @ 5pm
Sundays are special at Spring Hill
Guests receive a shared appetizer, soup or salad and an entrée each, a shared dessert, and a cup of coffee each.
Receive 2nd Entrée
2 FOR $55
Mar. 23 & 30 • 5:30 in the lounge
PRIME RIB &
SMALL PLATES & SPECIALS FROM $6
Buy 1 Entrée &
To receive discount, a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. REGULAR RESTAURANT MENU ONLY. EXP 4/6/14 (WS)
Enjoy fine dining with a panoramic view Wednesday to Sunday at 5 pm
Saturday - Carol Coronis Traditional Irish Entertainer
FRIDAY, APRIL 4 @ 6PM Tix $15 with a la carte menu
Nancy Day brings a dynamic, innovative, humorous and prolific night of musical entertainment featuring your favorite standards, jazz, Broadway, and Nancy’s amazing original music! Don’t miss it!
369 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207.251.4335
220 Clay Hill Rd. Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit
42 Main Street North Berwick, Maine 207-676-1185 Open Seven Days 6 am to 1 pm
262 Shore Road, Ogunquit We have plenty of parking!
BREAKFAST & LUNCH
207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266
Great Wine Handcrafted Food
Roost Cafe & Bistro
Winner in “Neighborhood Gem” & “Best Food” categories, serving handcrafted meals in a warm and casual setting.
GORGES GRANT HOTEL 449 Main Street Ogunquit
646-1733 email@example.com Major Credit Cards Smoke Free
OPEN YEAR ROUND
Serving Breakfast Daily 7-11 • Saturday & Sunday 7-12
“Ogunquit’s Best Kept Secret”
20% OFF Your Check
With this coupon. Monday-Saturday. Expires 3/28/14. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)
Friday, March 28 Intriguing Storytelling by Professor Mimi Murray Scheherazade - The Olympics - Marilyn - IS THERE A CONNECTION? BREAKFAST & LUNCH: FRI-SUN 8-2 DINNER: WED-SUN 5-Close Also Gluten Free Menu and Products
Next Ports of Call Itinerary for Wednesdays Around the World Food Adventure: Scandinavia 3/26 Ukraine 4/2 • Russia 4/9
All photos by www.shanesmainephotography.com, York Harbor, Maine
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~ Where To Dine ~
r of Restaurateu ear the Y e Restaurant by the Main Association
Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Merriland Farm Café Coles Hill Road, Wells • 646-5040
Over 50 Items
Affordable Home Cooking Serving Breakfast Anytime Something For Everyone Extremely Fast & Friendly Service Consistently Great Comfort Food
Closed on Tuesdays Only Breakfast & Lunch 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner Friday & Saturday Evenings 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Celebrating 30 Years in Business
Friday Night Prime Rib Dinner Special 12oz / $14.99, 14oz / $16.99, 16oz / $18.99 (while it lasts) Reservations Welcome
Visit us online: www.merrilandfarmcafe.com ~ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit us online: www.mainediner.com
Open 7 Days • Route 1 North, Wells • 646-4441 Sunday
8 Children 4 Adults
$ 99 $ 99
children under 40” FREE
Senior Special! Open Faced Sliced
Opening for our 10th Season
Prime Rib Sandwich
Thin sliced Prime Rib on thick sliced Texas Toast, beef gravy, choice of potato and vegetable of the day.
Thursday, March 27th
Seniors Specials to Choose From
52 POST RD / RTE 1, WELLS
207.646.1900 • www.stutesys.com
LOCATED SIDE BY SIDE IN DOWNTOWN SO. BERWICK MAINE
ISIDORE ON THE ROCKS
ON THE BLOCK BISTRO
18 PORTLAND ST, SO. BERWICK, ME • (207) 704-0199
12 PORTLAND ST, SO. BERWICK, ME • (207) 704-0532
GREAT FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE
DELI MEATS prepared in house as well as our ARTISANAL BREADS, take home meals, GREAT WINES & CRAFT BEER
Open 3-Close Monday-Saturday, Noon-Close Sunday email@example.com
Out To Sea Specials, Soup, Salad, Lite Bites Sandwiches, Entrees & Flatbreads
HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL
Route 1 North, Wells
4-6pm Sunday-Thursday: Half
Open 11-7 Seven Days firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandwich, Chips, Pickle & Soda for $9.99
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide Warren’s Lobster House 11 Water St, Kittery, ME 03904 www.lobsterhouse.com 207-439-1630
Have it All at Five-O
Friday Night Caffé Prego Brick-Oven Pizza Served after 5pm.
We are asking for donations for our furry, four-legged friends. Any cat/dog food, treats or kitty litter will be donated to local animal shelters.
Sunday Brunch à la carte menu served 10am-2pm. Monday Night Five-O Public Supper Select entrées are $9.50.
Inspired Cuisine, an Intimate Setting and Stellar Service
Upcoming Wine Dinner Friday, April 11th: Demonstration Wine Dinner
Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood for more than 47 years
A Contemporary American Bistro &
m a r t i n i
l o u n g e
HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET
Something this big only happens once a year! Join us in celebrating 74 years of quality food and service.
2 can dine for the price of 1
BUY 1 GET 1 FREE*
and we’re not just including entrees, but appetizers, soups, non-alcoholic beverages & desserts too!
Tuesday - March 25, 2014 Wednesday - March 26, 2014 Thursday - March 27, 2014 From 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. each day.
Pot Roast, Sirloin Tips, Chicken Parmesan Over Spaghetti Open Thursday-Monday at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com
1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wed-Sat 11-8 & Sun 11-3 SERVING LUNCH & DINNER
Give this invitation to the host when you arrive for your dinner. We will have a drawing every half hour for door prizes. Not valid with any other offer or group package. No separate checks issued during Open House. *Complimentary items must be of equal or lesser value. Liquor and tax not included. (WS)
PLEASE BE SURE TO CALL AHEAD IF THERE IS INCLEMENT WEATHER
279C - March 21, 2014
Pizza Napoli BRICK OVEN PIZZERIA, ITALIAN
KITCHEN & BAR
(207) 646-0303 • 667 MAIN ST/ RT 1, OGUNQUIT WWW.PIZZANAPOLIOGUNQUIT.COM
Open 7 Days A Week Year Round • Full Bar, Beer & Wine • Mon-Thurs 4-9pm, Fri-Sun 11:30am-9:30pm
NAPOLI Mangia (Eat) Thursdays Choose between 15 different entrées with a salad for $9.99 Eggplant Parmesan with Pasta Homemade Meatball with Pasta Homemade Cheese Lasagna Chicken, Broccoli, Alfredo with Pasta Chicken Broccoli, Garlic Oil with Pasta Pasta Puttanesca Baked Penne Pasta Homemade Meatball Sub
Chicken Parmesan with Pasta Pasta Bolognese (Meat Sauce) Pasta with Our Own Pesto Sauce Chicken Puttanesca with Pasta Pasta with Alfredo Sauce Cheese Ravioli Personal 1-Topping Pizza Pasta Primavera
March VALUE Specials AVAILABLE FOR DINE IN, TAKE OUT &
VEGGIE LOVER’S PIZZA Pick any 3 veggie toppings! Small $8.99 Large $11.99 MEAT LOVER’S PIZZA Pick any 3 meat toppings! Small $9.99 Large $12.99 GET A SMALL CHEESE PIZZA FREE when you buy any large specialty pizza! ANY 2-TOPPING PIZZA Small $8.99 Large $11.99 DINNER FOR 2 Large 1-topping pizza and 2 house salads $19.99 DINNER FOR 2 Large 1-topping pizza, 2 house salads, and 2 glasses of wine $27.99 FRI-SAT-SUN LUNCH SPECIAL 1-Topping flatbread pizza and salad $7.99
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~ Pets ~ Safe Haven Humane Society
WELLS People often ask, how is Safe Haven different from the typical shelter? Here’s a great example. In January 2009, Safe Haven rescued a kitty named Pip. Since then, Pip’s life has taken twists and turns. Pip is a remarkable cat. Not just because she’s beautiful, with long, white wispy hair, bright green eyes and pink nose, but because she has an unforgettably gentle and sweet soul. She was rescued in January ’09 by two lovely young people in Portland. They had six kitties and could not afford a seventh. So they actually rented a hotel room for this stray. That in itself is remarkable! From the beginning she had angels watching out for her!
Safe Haven Humane Society 1616 Post Rd. (Rt. 1) / PO Box 91 Wells, ME 04090
After Pip was spayed, she entered foster care, where she regained her strength. Her scrapes and scratches healed, her dingy gray hair turned white and fluffy. She was happy and healthy. The young teacher who fostered her loved Pip. For several years everything was great until a new boyfriend had allergies to cats. Pip moved into the home of a older woman. But Pip was terrified by the sounds her wheelchair made. She hid and wouldn’t come out.
Then Pip’s foster mom realized she’d made a mistake and wanted Pip back. She loved Pip more than her new boyfriend! Months later, the foster mom had to move away to live with her parents in the south. Because they already had cats, Pip couldn’t go with her. Next, Pip became the companion to a lonely, elderly woman. Pip was her friend until the woman passed on. Pip will be coming back to Safe Haven. Being FelV+, she will remain in Free Vet Care for Life program. Anyone who adopts Pip, or any cat with Feline Leukemia, will receive all necessary vet care paid for by Safe Haven. We are looking for Pip’s secue home. She deserves it. She needs it. She is very sweet, very beautiful, very dear. She is healthy, too—she carries the virus but may never develop the disease. She needs to be an only cat or could live in a home with another FeLV+ kitty. Interested? Please call and ask for Pip!
Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK Rugar Meet Rugar, a 5-and-ahalf year old Dachshund/Chihuahua Mix – a mix of two of the most popular small dog breeds. He’s got the stocky body of a Dachshund and the perky ears of a Chihuahua. When you come to visit him,
Animal Welfare Society
PO Box 43 West Kennebunk, Maine 04094
it’ll be hard to resist his cuteness. Being so young, Rugar is still filled to the brim with fun, love, and excitement. He would be happy to share a new home with other dogs, cats, and children of all ages. This darling’s outgoing personality and playful nature will make him a welcome addition to just about any household. Best of all, his small frame won’t take up too much room on the couch, or bed, or wherever else he deems comfortable. If Rugar sounds like the one for you, then stop on by the shelter today to meet
Pet Supplies 694 Post Rd, Wells, ME 04090 • 207-641-2738 Hours: Monday-Friday 10-7, Saturday 9-8, Sunday 10-2
The Local Pet Supply Shop We Deliver & Price Match Any Other Competitor in Wells! Monthly Guest Speakers (call for info)
him. Kramer Hey buddy! This handsome fellow certainly knows how to make an entrance. Kramer is a 10-year old Siamese cat. Kramer has a distinct meow and demonstrates it whenever he can. When he’s in the mood for attention, you’ll hear him coming. When he wants some privacy, he’ll tell you. When not being chatty, Kramer is a sweet boy who enjoys getting attention from his people. He is one of those cats who will tell you when he’s had enough attention. While Kramer is happy to have his people around, he would prefer to be the only pet in a new home. If this vocal companion sounds like the cat for you, then stop on by the shelter today to meet him. Jerico Meet Jerico, an adult Mini Lop Rabbit. Jerico is very much a reserved friend. Like some rabbits, he’s a little skittish upon first meeting people. But with a little time and love he’ll be a darling friend. In fact, he can even get along very
Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK Meet Mickey… Mickey is a four-monthold black and white (Dutch boy) kitten. Black and white cats originated in Holland so the reference to Dutch boy. Mickey is an endearing little charmer that will do well in almost any family setting. This gentle young kitten is good with other cats, small to medium size dogs and non-aggressive children. Mickey was neutered last week, has all age specific vaccinations and is ready for his new family and home. Mickey has never been exposed to the outside world. ACAR would prefer the safety and security of an indoor only life style for him. If you would like a playful, happy well-adjusted young kitten to add to your family circle, Mickey will be interviewing for new parents on Saturday March 22 at the North Berwick adoption center. In addition to Mickey ACAR still has a limited selection of young adult/adult cats and a larger selection of older cats looking for new loving families. Adoption hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 2p.m. p.m. and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market Street in the village of North Berwick and at our newest adoption quarters located on 251 Route 4 in Sanford. Family Pet Expo 2014 Hosted by Another Chance Animal Rescue on March 30 from 11a.m. to 3p.m. at the North Berwick Community Center on Lebanon Road in North Ber-
wick. This event is free to the public, and showcases Southern Maine’s finest Animal Rescues/ Shelters and local businesses. Are you looking for a new pet, a volunteer opportunity, interested in becoming a foster parent, curious how hard a police K-9 works? Wondering how to humanely trap that feral cat in your yard? Want to know if you qualify for low cost spay/ neutering services or interested in a new toy, home cooked food or homemade snack for your pet? Stop by to meet the many businesses in our area waiting to pamper you and your pet! Wayne From Maine will be entertaining children from 11a.m. to noon followed by a number of other fun filled children’s activities. Get Your Tickets for Raffles Generously donated Gift Baskets and a 50/50 Drawing! Please do not bring your pets to this event. Children are welcome. For more information please call Marilyn at 490-2855.
Another Chance Animal Rescue 37 Market St, North Berwick 03906 251 Route 4, Sanford 04073
Seeking Donations for August Fundraiser
KENNEBUNK You just never know… who will show up or what people will buy at the AWS Antique Show booth at the Kennebunk High School in August. TV Personality Carson Kressley himself stopped by to check out the booth. They are currently looking for vintage or high quality items such as glassware, china, pottery, small articles of furniture, frames, prints, fun/interesting decorative items and collectibles of all kinds. To arrange for pick up or drop off, call 985-3721 or 967-4962. well with children. All this fluffy fellow needs is a habitat filled with grass, treats, hideaways, and toys to make him a
content critter. If you’d like to add a little friend like Jerico to your home, then stop on by the shelter today to meet him.
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People and Business
York County Shelter Programs, Inc. Announces New Executive Director
Gosselin Awarded Specialist Designation YORK The Council of Residential Specialists, the largest notfor-profit affiliate of the National Association of Realtors, has awarded Gregory R. Gosselin the prestigious Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation. Those who receive the CRS Designation have completed advanced professional training and demonstrated outstanding professional achievement in residential real estate. Only 37,000 realtors nationwide have earned the creden-
tial. Home buyers and sellers can be assured that CRS designees subscribe to the strict code of ethics, have been trained to use the latest tactics and technologies, and are specialists in helping clients maximize profits and minimize costs when buying or selling a home. Greg Gosselin heads up the Gosselin Realty Group. He is a president elect of the York County Council of Realtors. He be reached at 207 3632414 x 101, or email@example.com.
Gregory Gosselin has been named Certified Residential Specialist in real estate.
YCCC Announces Architects for New Academic Building YORK COUNTY The Board of Directors of York County Shelter Programs, Inc is very pleased to announce that Robert M Dawber has been selected as executive director of YCSP following Donald Gean’s retirement. Dawber brings a wealth of non-profit experience to the position along with a proven track record of social service success. Bob was previously the executive director of the Serenity House in Portland. Dawber will begin his new role April 1. ...MAPLES from page 20 try receives from a variety of sources. “Governor LePage, the Legislature and the Maine Maple Producers Association have worked together to grow this industry in recognition of it significance to Maine’s rural economy,” said Commissioner Whitcomb. “The maple industry symbolizes how Maine can have multiple uses of its natural resources, including maple syrup, wood production, recreation and open space.” The study quoted by Governor LePage was conducted by University of Maine Professor of Economics Todd Gabe and funded through a partnership between the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, University of Maine and the Maine Maple Producers Association. Other key findings of the study: • Maine has the third largest maple industry in the United States. • Maine’s maple industry is characterized by a relatively small number of farms accounting for the vast majority of syrup that is produced. • Maine’s licensed maple syrup producers have been in operation an average of 24
years, and many of the farms span multiple generations. • Maine’s maple industry – which counts the licensed producers and sales at retail food stores and businesses impacted by Maine Maple Sunday – generates 567 full- and part-time jobs and $17.3 million in labor income. Some sugarhouses will hold events on both Saturday and Sunday. For a list and map of participating sugarhouses, visit the Maine Maple Producers Association website: www. mainemapleproducers.com or www.getrealmaine.com for the department’s consolidated list. For more information about the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, go to www.maine. gov/dacf/.
WELLS After completing an open bid process, and reviewing eighteen proposals, York County Community College (YCCC) is pleased to announce that Oak Point Associates of Biddeford has been selected to design its new academic building. Oak Point Associates has over 30 years of experience as a full service, interdisciplinary design and consulting firm with an advantageous and integrated design approach. Oak Point’s award-winning portfolio includes projects similar in scope that are inspired but efficient and functional in design.
“I am very pleased that the Building Committee selected a local firm,” said interim president Chris Hall. “It is clear that Oak Point can compete with the biggest regional and national firms in the quality of their designs. We look forward to working with them.” YCCC’s new 20,000square-foot academic building will address overcrowding at the college and expand offerings in associate degree and workforce development programs. This will be the second building on the Wells campus and will include classrooms, laboratories, an auditorium
style lecture hall and a multipurpose student common area as well as multiple offices. York County Community College, established in 1994, is one of seven community colleges in the Maine Community College System. The college enrolls over 1,600 students in associate degree and transfer programs and over 2,500 individuals in continuing education, career & professional development and business training annually. YCCC is located at 112 College Drive in Wells. Call 646-9282 or visit www.yccc. edu for more information.
Efficiency Maine Rebates Spur Record Number of Heat Pump Water Heater Installations AUGUSTA Since July 1, 2013, a record number of Maine homeowners have installed high-efficiency heat pump water heaters using Efficiency Maine rebates. Nearly 1,500 homeowners have purchased heat pump water heaters through the rebate program compared to 281 prior to July 1. Andy Meyer, Program
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Manager at Efficiency Maine, attributes interest in the new technology to a sizable potential savings compared to electric resistance water heaters – up to $3,000 over the lifetime of the unit – and a $300 mail-in rebate from Efficiency Maine. “The $300 rebates, along with a potential $3,000 in energy savings, are clearly making heat pump water heaters popular sellers,” Meyer says. “What’s even better is that Maine customers are loving them after they’re installed,” Meyer says. “Out of 102 rebate recipients who responded to a recent survey by Efficiency Maine, 80 percent ranked their satisfaction a 9 or 10 out of 10, and 100 percent ranked them favorably overall.” Heat pump water heaters typically cost half as much to operate as traditional electric re-
sistance water heaters. They can also save a homeowner as much as $250 a year. Meyer encourages homeowners to take advantage of current Efficiency Maine rebates while they last. Homeowners can find detailed information on the Efficiency Maine website. Also online are a downloadable rebate form, installer and retailer locators, technology overview, and calculator to help compare water-heating options. Efficiency Maine lowers the cost and environmental impacts of energy in Maine by promoting energy efficiency and alternative energy systems. Efficiency Maine delivers information, technical assistance, quality assurance and cost-sharing. For more information, visit www.efficiencymaine.com or call 1-866-376-2463.
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Exciting ABCs at Ogunquit Museum of Art
OGUNQUIT The Ogunquit Museum of American at 543 Shore Road will hold its annual ABC Sale on Saturday, April 12, from 9a.m. to 2 p.m. The ABC acronym stands for art, books and collectibles
from the museum, the museum shop, and from donated gifts. “The ABC Sale is a great way to kick off our season. It’s a way for people to participate and connect with us by donating work or by purchasing items”
explains executive director and curator, Ron Crusan. Art lovers and bargain hunters can browse among art books, prints, accessories, ornaments, pottery, and more. The museum is seeking quality do-
~ Calendar of Events ~ Saturday, March 22 Bean, Ham and More
Church Supper, 4p.m. to 6 p.m. First Congregational Church of Eliot, 1361 State Road (Rt. 103). Home baked kidney and pea beans, baked ham, scalloped potatoes, American chop suey, cole slaw, rolls, dessert and beverage. Adults $9, Children $2, under age 5 free.
Girl Scout Cookies
Ogunquit/Wells Brownie Troop 1103 will have a cookie booth sale at Sanford Walmart (1930 Main Street, Sanford) 9a.m. to 1p.m.
Sunday, March 23 Local Foods
Enjoy fresh, local food choices, and local artisan work at the Kit-
tery Community Farmers’ Market. Find local meats, cheeses, maple syrup, baked goods, but ter, candy, pickles, jams/jellies, crafts and much more. Noon to 3p.m. Kittery Community Center.
Friday, March 28 Roast Beef Supper
South Berwick St John’s Masonic Temple Association will host a roast beef supper from 5p.m. to 6:30 p.m., St John’s Masonic Hall, Portland Street (Route 4), South Berwick, Cost: $10 for adults, $3 children under 12.
Saturday, March 29: “Dear Sarah” Play Premier
World premier of an original play, “Dear Sarah” 7:30p.m. at Brick Store Museum, 117 Main St, Ken-
nebunk. Features the love story of doomed sea captain Charles Barry and his wife through their own words. University of Maine drama students present work through archival letters. Tickets at door: $10, $5 ages 10 to 18. FMI call 985-4802 or visit www. brickstoremuseum.org.
nations of art, fine crafts, art supplies and other special items. Anyone with items to donate should contact Sarah Drake, assistant to the director, at 6464909. All donated items are tax deductible. Celebrating the Nation’s artistic heritage for over sixty years, the Ogunquit Museum of American Art offers visitors a landscaped sculpture garden, dramatic views of the Atlantic Ocean, and a collection of over 2,000 works of American art. Founded in 1952 by artist and
philanthropist, Henry Strater, the museum has five galleries with changing exhibitions, a museum shop featuring items by local artists and craftspeople, a Tuesday evening educational program series, an annual art auction and community youth programs. Open May 1, through October 31, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is $10 for adults, and $9 for seniors and students. Members and children under 12 are admitted free of charge. Visit ogunquitmuseum. org or call 646-4909.
Marshwood Little Hawks Football Fundraiser
“A Night Out With Gazpacho, A Totally Awesome 80s Experience”, sponsored by The Rollinsford American Legion will take place from 7 p.m. to midnight at the Martel Roberge Function Hall on Foundry St. in Rollinsford. Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. FMI: Terri Leach at 207-408-3383 or ttcl@comcast. net.
An Interior with a view from the Ogunquit Museum of American Art. (Photo by Dan Gair)
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SPORTS Did You Know About The Masters Tournament? The Masters Tournament, commonly referred to as The Masters, is one of the most prestigious events in professional golf. The first of the sport’s four major tournaments to be played each year, the Masters is held every April at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Started by Augusta’s founders, investment banker Clifford Jones and legendary golfer Bobby Jones, the Masters is rife with tradition. Among the more notable traditions is the awarding of the green jacket to the tournament champion. The green jacket has been awarded to the tournament champion since 1949, and it remains one of the more recognizable awards or trophies in all of professional sports. Another tradition of the Masters is the Champions Dinner, which takes
place the Tuesday before each tournament. Only past Masters champions and a select group of Augusta National board members are eligible to attend the dinner. Though the Masters is one of the most popular sporting events in the world, controversy surrounding Augusta National Golf Club arose in 2002 when Martha Burk, then the chair of the National Council of Women’s Organizations, accused the club of sexism due to the club’s refusal to offer membership to females. Though the Masters Tournament itself had little to do with the controversy, corporate sponsors shied away from the 2003 and 2004 tournaments, which were ultimately broadcast commercial-free. A decade after Burk’s protests began, the board at Augusta National fi-
Key Moments in NASCAR History One of the most popular sports in the United States, NASCAR has a rich history steeped in tradition. The following are some of the more important moments in the history of stock car racing’s governing body.
September 1950: Darlington International Raceway becomes the first asphalt super speedway to host a NASCAR event. Driving a 1950 Plymouth owned by France, Sr., Johnny Mantz won the 500-mile event.
December 1947: By late 1947, stock car racing was growing in popularity, and tracks were struggling to handle the crowds and cars. Recognizing this and other issues, including less than trustworthy promoters who would often leave events before paying drivers, facing his sport, Bill France, Sr. organized a meeting in Daytona Beach, Fla. France, Sr. gathered owners, drivers and even mechanics at the Streamline Hotel, setting the foundation for NASCAR. Within months, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing would form.
July 1952: The first NASCAR competition to take place outside of the United States is held on a dirt track in Stamford Park, Ontario, Canada. The 200-mile event was won by Buddy Shuman and marked the only victory of Shuman’s career.
February 1948: Behind the wheel of his Ford Modified, Red Byron wins the first sanctioned NASCAR race on a beach course in Daytona.
February 1959: The first Dayton 500 is held at what is now the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. The event, which remains the sport’s most prestigious race, coincided with the opening of the speedway. Lee Petty won the race, which featured a prize of just more than $19,000. By 2013, when Jimmie Johnson won his second Daytona 500, the winner’s purse had ballooned to more than $1.5 million. See NASCAR page 38...
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of York, and a graduate of Berwick Academy. The Big Red is currently ranked No. 8 in Division III according to the latest Lacrosse Magazine Top-20 poll. Denison will take on three teams over spring break, two of which are nationally ranked. For more information on Denison men’s lacrosse visit: www.denisonbigred.com/sports/mlax.
Denison Universit y, founded in 1831, is an independent, residential liberal arts institution located in Granville, Ohio. Nearly one-fourth of Denison’s 2,100 full-time undergraduate students compete in one of Denison’s 23-varsity athletic programs. Denison is a member of NCAA Division III and the North Coast Athletic Conference.
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AUGUSTA On behalf of the Maine Economic Growth Council, Co-chair Tim Hussey, President and CEO of Hussey Seating Company, and Co-chair Senator Eloise Vitelli presented Measures of Growth 2014 to legislative leaders and the Governor’s office. This year’s report highlights 27 indicators that measure Maine’s progress toward long-term, sustainable economic growth. The Growth Council awarded Gold Stars to three indicators that demonstrate exceptional performance: Sustainable Forest Lands, Air Quality, and Water Quality. Maine has consistently maintained a healthy growth to removals ratio that supports
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~ Library News ~ Organic Gardening
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Get ready for spring planting Hurd Library will be offering a comprehensive organic gardening course presented by Vincent Cirasole in April. The course consists of a two-hour class each week for three successive weeks. The courses will be held on Saturdays: April 16, 26 and May 3 from 11a.m. to 1p.m.
Ever y Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. knitters and crocheters gather to work on projects and socialize. All crafter/needleworkers are welcome.
New nonfiction book discussion group will meet Tuesday, Mar. 25. “The Tipping Point”, by Malcolm Gladwell will be discussed.
The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Wednesday, March 26, at 2 p.m. The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows are Wednesday, April 1, at 2 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.
A comprehensive organic gardening course, presented by an experienced teacher and commercial vegetable grower, consists of a two-hour class each week for three successive weeks. The course will be held at the library between 10 a.m. and noon on Saturday March 29, April 5 and April 12.
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William Fogg Library Wednesday, March 26, 5p.m. to 7:30p.m. York County Community Action/Nasson Healthcare Navigators Celyn Reed and Robin Hewitt Bibber will be at the library to assist people in enrolling for insurance through the healthcare. gov website. Use on site computers or bring your own, as Wi-Fi is also available. Sponsored by York County Community Action/ Nasson Healthcare Pubic Library
An entertaining evening of stories and memories of the Maine woods and roads from a retired game warden and a former state trooper on Thursday, March 27 at 7p.m. A book signing and sale will follow. Light refreshments will be served.
Local resident, Janet Goodwin will demonstrate the art of rug braiding and show some of her creations - rugs, bags, baskets and more on Saturday, April 12, at 11a.m.
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KENNEBUNK Court records offer a wealth of information for tracing ancestors and regional history, but these valuable resources remain under-utilized. Learn how to find and use court records from the 17th to 21st centuries in courthouses, archives, books, microfilm and the latest computer sources. Diane Rapaport will present “Learn How to Read and Use Court Records” at the Kennebunk Free Library on Saturday, April 5, at 10 a.m. A former trial lawyer, Rapaport has made a new career as a historical consultant, genealogist, awardwinning author and popular speaker. She offers an unusual combination of expertise and experience — in law, history and genealogy — and she enjoys dis-
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~ Library News ~
Patti Mitchem Honored as Volunteer Extraordinaire
SOUTH BERWICK If there was one indispensable person in the four-year, $l million effort that brought this community a new library, that person was Patti Mitchem. A tireless volunteer, she organized and oversaw a handful of committees, met with countless potential donors, stalked every possible grant and gift, and never lost faith when the prize seemed out of reach, according to library supporters. A reception to honor Mitchem, the soft-spoken but resolute woman who led the Friends of South Berwick Library’s fundraising campaign to complete the new South Berwick Public Library, will occur Thursday, March 27, from 5p.m. to 6 p.m. at the library. The public is invited to attend There will be a short program at which Mitchem will
Patti Mitchem will be honored at South Berwick Library on March 27.
be presented with a certificate representing donations made to the library in her honor, and refreshments will be served. The Friends of the Library and SmartGrowth South Berwick are hosting the event. Local resident Karen Spillane, who frequents the
new library with her husband, is one of the donors. “I had no idea how instrumental she (Mitchem) was in creating the new library until I heard about the tribute and all the work she has done,” Spillane said. “Patti is such a quiet, modest person who doesn’t blow her own horn so I hadn’t realized that without her, we wouldn’t have this beautiful library.” Smart Growth South Berwick, a SoBo Central program that puts on Home for the Holidays, supported the library’s Young Street location as part of the economic, environmental and social health of the downtown. “Renovating this building in the center of town was a gift to our community in so many ways,” said Amy Miller, a SmartGrowth member. “We
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were able to beautifully restore a historic building without taking up open space, and residents can walk there from downtown stores, the post office, the school… Without Patti’s hard work, it is hard to imagine the project coming
through.” Anyone wishing to donate to the library’s building fund in Mitchem’s honor may send a check to Friends of South Berwick Library, P.O. Box 304, South Berwick 03908, with “Patti Fund” on the memo line.
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MSRP $34,225 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,500
MSRP $30,740 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000
MSRP $39,970 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000
MSRP $47,190 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500
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9 SPEED, AUTO TRANS, 10 AIRBAGS, HTD SEATS, COLD WEATHER GROUP W/ REMOTE START, 2.4 LITRE TIGERSHARK I4 MULTI AIR ENGINE, SIRIUS XM RADIO, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS. #JC1 22 MPG CITY | 31 MPG HIGHWAY
3.6 LITRE, AUTOMATIC, SIRIUS XM SATELLITE RADIO, 3.73 LITRE RATIO, 6 SPEED MANUAL. #JW991
AIR CONDITIONING, POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, TILT & CRUISE CONTROL, DEEP TINTED GLASS, HEATED MIRRORS, KEYLESS ENTRY. #JP254
6 SPEED AUTO TRANSMISSION, A/C, DEEP TINTED GLASS, ALLOY WHEELS, FOG LAMPS. #JS289
MSRP $24,980 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $3,000
MSRP $25,375 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $2,500
MSRP $19,780 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,500
MSRP $20,690 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $5,000
2014 jeep grand cherokee limited “eco diesel” 4x4
LUXURY GROUP, 8 SPEED AUTO TRANSMISSION, PANORAMIC SUNROOF, NAV, 20” WHEEL GROUP, TRAILER TOW GROUP W/ 7400 LB TOWING CAPACITY. SINGLE DISK CD CHANGER. #JG948 21 MPG CITY | 28 MPG HIGHWAY MSRP $49,475 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $5,000
SALE $44,475 brand new 2014 jeep cherokee latitude 4x4
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9 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, 10 AIRBAGS, 2.4 LITRE TIGERSHARK i4 MULTI AIR ENGINE, UCONNECT, 17” ALUMINUM WHEELS, JEEP ACTIVE DRIVE i. #JC7 22 MPG CITY | 31 MPG HIGHWAY MSRP $27,490 REBATES & DISCOUNTS $4,000
ALL SALE PRICES AND PAYMENTS INCLUDE COMPETITIVE OR RETURNING LEASE REBATE OF $1000, CUSTOMERS MAY QUALIFY FOR ADDITIONAL REBATES. CHEROKEE SALE PRICE INCLUDES $750 CHRYSLER CAPITOL FINANCE REBATE. PURCHASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 10% CASH, TRADE OR TRADE EQUITY USED AS DOWN PAYMENT, 75 MONTHS @ 3.99%. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT. LEASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 36 MONTH, 10K MILES PER YEAR, $2499 DUE AT SIGNING. #JC1 TOTAL PAYMENTS: $7,253.64. ADJ RESIDUAL: $15,487.60. #JW911 TOTAL PAYMENTS $8884.08 ADJ RESIDUAL $16,240. #JW1025 TOTAL PAYMENTS: $10818, ADJ RESIDUAL $19,981. #JC7 TOTAL PAYMENTS: $8,146.80. ADJ RESIDUAL: $17,318.70 S/A TIER CREDIT. SAME DAY TRANSACTION ONLY. TAX, TITLE, DOC EXTRA. SALE ENDS MARCH 31ST, 2014
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2013 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
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MSRP $24,155 $23,815 $22,719 CAP COST $22,619
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MSRP $34,215 $26,113 CAP COST $24,896 $31,552
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George Wilson 207-251-2941
Beautiful, well-appointed, contemporary-style Ranch home close to beaches, I-95 & the village. Enjoy 1+ floor living w/ private wooded backyard & large deck. Master BR w/ BA, open concept, gas FP, and 2-car garage. $425,000
Diane Wyman 207-252-3236
$325,900 and WALK TO THE BEACH! Comfortable, cozy, and well-maintained, 3 BR, 2 BA home with large screened porch and back deck overlooking very private yard. Yearround / vacation / investment home with great rental history. Your YORK Destination Come True!
Jimmy Hager 207-361-7169
Adorable, 1 BR Cottage just 3 minutes walk to ocean. Nicely maintained. Room for pull-out sofa in LR. Patio with privacy fence. Nice landscape & area, includes storage. New maple HW floors, roof & exterior paint. $185,000
Paul Salacain 207-332-6606
OLD ORCHARD BEACH
This immaculate 2 BR townhouse Condo is just 2 miles from I-95 access and 2 miles from “The Pier.” New hardwood floors, large living room, and in-ground pool just a few steps away. $129,500
Paul Salacain 207-332-6606
Come take a look at this 1 bedroom Condo! Conveniently located near South Berwick village, Portsmouth, and the beaches in a quiet complex! Good starter home with lots of storage. $96,000
Bob Maneely 207-337-2708
84 School St (intersection of Rt 1) Ogunquit, ME 03907 207.646.4546
YORK - OGUNQUIT - SACO
GREAT SPOT FOR A COMMERCIAL BUSINESS, and nice 3 BR home with cute guest quarters. Close to both Ogunquit and York, with lots of parking space and private backyard. $269,000
439 US Rte One, York, ME 03909 207.363.2497
Spacious 4 BR Cape with legal accessory APT on 1.9 wooded acres, plus 2 outbuildings. Updated kitchen and BAs. Deck for entertaining. Great for a home occupation. Close to Mt. A for hiking and sports. $329,000
Bill Conda 207-450-5030
Centrally located property with so much potential! 3 Buildings with more than 9,100 SF, could be residential, commercial, or combo. Bring your ideas and your dreams! Motivated sellers - Bring all offers! $850,000
Bob Maneely 207-337-2708
ONE BLOCK FROM LONG SANDS BEACH! Year round home with 3 BRs and 2 BAs. Partially finished basement with family room. First floor laundry. Well-maintained home. Peek-a-boo views of the Atlantic Ocean! Motivated sellers - bring all offers! $539,000.
Bob Maneely 207-337-2708
Paul Salacain - OUT AND ABOUT TOWN Paul Salacain, a REALTOR® with RE/MAX Realty One in York, wears more than one hat. He is President of the Board of Directors of York Community Services Association, which administers the YCSA Food Pantry and Thrift Shop, as well as YCSA Family Services. Paul is a board member of Life and Hope Haiti, a local project which raises awareness and funds for a school in Haiti. He is also a York Rotarian, and while visiting Haiti last month, he met with Rotarians there about building a water tank for the community.
$160,000. 3 Bedroom Ranch home with large, 2-car, detached garage.Nearly an acre on a large open lot, lovely porch, open concept, and close to beaches and Route One.
Back in York, Paul specializes in residential and investment properties. Contact him for all your real estate needs at 207-332-6606.
Carolyn Weller 207-351-6717
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1834 SF Townhouse at Stageneck with garage, magnificent sunsets on protected side, enclosed porch, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, handicapped friendly, AC, and float for kayak. $1,200,000
Call Joanne Stone 207-337-2359
$245,000. Charming, 3 bedroom, full dormer Cape in desirable Old Mill neighborhood. Full basement, private backyard, association pool/tennis and ROW to river.
Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822
FOOTBRIDGE BEACH. Immaculately maintained 2 bedroom, year round Cottage with many recent upgrades. Nice, level yard, parking for 2 cars, hardwood floors, eatin kitchen, and strong rental history. All this and short walk to beach! $399,900.
Carolyn Weller 207-351-6717
BUILD, BUILD, BUILD... YORK 2.2 Acres for $265,000 Diane Wyman 207-752-3236 YORK 3.4 Acres for $114,900 Jimmy Hager 207-361-7169 KITTERY 20 Acre lot for $244,900 Bill Conda 207-450-5030 NORTH BERWICK ½ Acre for $69,900 Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948 WELLS 2.7 Acres for $125,000 & 4 Acres for $130,000 Bob Maneely 207-337-2708 SOUTH BERWICK 15 Acres for $139,900 and 23 Acres for $89,000 Bob Maneely 207-337-2708