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Volume 9 • Issue No. 12

SMl Bridge Is Next Span Slated for replacement By Larry Favinger Contributing Writer POrTSMOuTH, N.H. – With the completion of the Memorial Bridge that connects Portsmouth with Kittery across the Piscataqua River nearing completion, attention will be diverted to the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge which is also to be replaced. That replacement is a shared effort between the Maine and New Hampshire Departments of Transportation and is one aspect of the Three Bridge Agreement between the two states. The third span that con-

Sarah Mildred Long Bridge as shown on www.Maine.gov (courtesy photo)

nects the states is the Piscataqua River or High Level Bridge that carries Interstate Route 95. The SML span, which was constructed is 1940, is part of the U.S. Route 1 bypass. It, like the Memorial Bridge, is a lift bridge. The two states will share

the cost of replacement, which is currently estimated at $170 million. Design efforts are under way and the project is expected to begin in the spring of 2015, according to the Maine Department of Transportation, Traffic has been detoured

from the Memorial Bridge in the city of Portsmouth onto the two other spans, including the SML. When that bridge closes, traffic will be routed onto the High Level and Memorial bridges and off the Route 1 bypass onto Market Street Extension

and onto Interstate 95. Albacore Park, located near the entrance to the SML bridge, is not expected to be impacted by the closure. Those involved in the project with Maine and New Hampshire Department of Transportation include FIGG-Hardesty & Hanover for bridge design, Sebago Technics for roadway and general civil design, and GZA for geotechnical and hydraulic design. Cianbro has been selected as the contractor. The bridge will be a center lift structure as is the Memorial Bridge and will include a bike path but, at this point, no walkway for pedestrians is planned.

Noble High Sophomore Captures Shipyard Has National ‘american Voices’ award Significant Impact on local economy

NOrTH BerWICK – Helena Schaeffer, a Noble High School sophomore and the daughter of Stephen and Astrida Schaeffer of North Berwick, was named recipient of the prestigious national Scholastic Gold Medal American Voices award for her short

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story “Latin and Fairy Tales.” The Scholastic Art & Writing Award is the longestrunning and most renowned student art and writing competition in the country. Helena follows in the footsteps of past winners such as Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Zac Posen and Truman Capote, all of whom won a Scholastic Award as teenagers. Four other Maine students won Gold Medals for their writing. Helena is the only student from Maine, and one of 35 students nationally, to receive the American Voices award, which honors the unique spirit and voice of the American teen. About 200 students from Maine submitted their writing to the state Scholastic competition where it underwent the first round of judging. Noble High School had seven students win writing awards at the state level including Schaeffer Kylie Prattboth Gold Key winners; Timothy Cronin, Henry Hintermeister, James Rochefort and Moira Wright, Silver Key winners, and Hali Bowden, Honorable Mention. Gold Keywinning work was forwarded

By Larry Favinger Contributing Writer KITTerY – It comes as no surprise that the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard has a significant impact on the economy of the seacoasts of southern Maine and southeastern New Hampshire, but the enormity of that impact can be overlooked. The shipyard’s civilian payroll alone added some $421,805,454 to the economies

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Helena Schaeffer (courtesy photo)

for national assessment. Schaeffer will be recognized at a national awards ceremony May 31st at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Helena is a part of Noble High School’s EXCEL program, coordinated by Adina Hunter.

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in areas in which shipyard employees live, according to an economic impact statement released by the Seacoast Shipyard Association. Of that figure, $240,071,432 went to Maine workers and $154,507,162 went to New Hampshire residents. Added to that was a military payroll of $41,146,559, goods and services purchased for $40,145,084, and contracted

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~ News ~ Kennebunkport First Grader’s Painting Selected for Portland Museum exhibit

Brian Fetzner is congratulated by art teacher Audrey Grumbling, with KCS students Logan Strauss and Declan Archer. (courtesy photo)

at Kennebunkport Consolidated School, “Brian found a very creative solution to a lesson on painting autumn leaves. He depicted autumn leaves tumbling above a bird’s-eye view of a miniaturized landscape. It is a remarkable vision for a 6-year-old, and is delightfully and skillfully rendered.” The Portland Museum of Art has sponsored this monthlong exhibit for 19 years, to help

KeNNeBuNKPOrT – Kennebunkport first-grader Brian Fetzner is among 100 students from across Maine who have a piece of art on display this month at the Portland Museum of Art. The exhibit celebrates Youth Art Month and is organized by the Maine Art Education Association in collaboration with the museum. According to Audrey Grumbling, Brian’s art teacher

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~ News ~ Girls dance the Night away at Wells elementary WellS – Family memories are certainly made from times like this. The PTSA at Wells Elementary School recently presented its annual ‘Girls Gala.’ This is an event at which, for one special evening, elementary-age girls have the chance to dress up formally and be escorted by their dads into the school gymnasium for a night of dancing and fun.

The theme of this year’s dance was a “Masquerade Ball.” Under a gigantic mask suspended above the dance floor, 148 “princesses” and their dates danced to a variety of music from slow country to hip hop. A dessert bar featuring homemade baked goods and fruit was offered in the school’s cafeteria. A raffle for many unique prizes, including an

Presentation on eastern Trail Slated NOrTH BerWICK – An informational presentation, “The Eastern Trail: A Trail and a Vision” will be held on Tuesday, March 26, at 7 p.m., at the North Berwick Community Center, 264 Lebanon Road, North Berwick. Anyone interested in learning about the Eastern Trail is invited to attend. The off-road Eastern Trail currently ends at the Kennebunk Elementary school, but the vision of trail enthusiasts in Southern Maine is for the offroad trail to continue through Wells, North Berwick, South Berwick, Eliot and Kittery. The Eastern Trail Alliance is the focused effort to build, promote and use the trail. The Alliance includes many supporters from throughout Southern Maine, hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, birders, and other outdoor enthusiasts, dedicated to creating, enjoying and maintaining the Eastern Trail. Panel presenters on March 26 will share the history of building the off-road Eastern Trail, future plans for the trail, reasons to support the trail, and answer your questions regarding the project. Presenters will include Eastern Trail Management District President and Arundel Town Planner Tad Redway; Eastern Trail Alliance and Saco City Planner President Bob Hamblen, and Choose to be Healthy Coalition Director Deborah Erickson-Irons. The Eastern Trail is a 65mile section of the East Coast Greenway, a transportationrecreation greenway connecting South Portland to Kittery. The scenic on-road trail mostly follows quiet country roads. Bike riders, walkers, and hikers can enjoy beautiful outdoor experiences from South Portland’s Bug Light Park on Casco Bay (near Portland) to Kittery’s Piscataqua River. In addition to the on-road trail, the Eastern Trail has a growing length of off-road sections. For more information about the trail and about the meeting, please go to www.

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American Girl Doll, a fishing trip and a doll house, was held. “We look forward to it,” said Jen Olin of the large event, but added, “It’s a lot of work.” This year it was Olin along with Kim Woodward who cochaired the committee that coordinated the dance. Olin said the theme is one of the five that will be rotate each year to provide a different yearly experience as students pass through the elementary grades, from kindergarten to fourth grade. Last year’s theme was “Country and Western.” Custodians Dave Norton and Dave Boyd helped transform the gymnasium into a ballroom for the night. It was Boyd who created the enormous ply-

Bob Houston and daughter Emma posing for a photo at the ‘Girls Gala’ (photo by Reg Bennett)

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WellS – Spring training for volunteer naturalists starts at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm on March 26 with a special session for new participants. No experience or special expertise is necessary. Professional educators will provide full training and new volunteers will “job shadow” knowledgeable leaders until they are confident enough to go out on their own. “Our volunteer naturalists are typically outgoing people who enjoy sharing their love of nature by guiding visitors around the Wells Reserve at

Laudholm,” said Paige Rutherford, the Wells Reserve’s interpretive education associate. “We offer year-round environmental education for people of all ages, but right now we are getting ready for the groups of school children who will be with us this spring.” Upcoming trainings include an orientation for new volunteers, followed by “Secrets of a Great Guide” and several specialized topics for each group program offered by the Wells Reserve. School groups typically spend two or three hours exploring habitats that include

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Collectibles Offered in Silent auction KITTerY – The Fair Tide Thrift Store recently opened a silent auction in which 12 collectible McCoy Pottery pieces will be up for bid through Friday, March 29, followed by an in-store sale of even additional items on Saturday, March 30. Some of the collectible items include a basket weave pattern jardinere, a two-handled peacock

vase, and an elephant dish. Most items are expected to sell for well under their appraised value, according to Fair Tide’s Barbara McGaughey . “The best part is that proceeds benefit our transitional housing program for the homeless, so the community wins, too,” she said. The McCoy Pottery silent auction will conclude at the end

of Friday, March 29, at The Fair Tide Thrift Store at 15 State Road in Kittery. The in-store sale will take place at the store on Saturday, March 30, beginning at 10 a.m. Fair Tide is a program that combines safe, affordable housing with comprehensive supportive services as people gain the necessary skills to obtain and maintain permanent housing. For more information, visit www.fairtide.org.

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Sea road Math Team Ties for First KeNNeBuNK – Members of the Sea Road School Math Team traveled to Portland recently for the third Southern Maine Elementary Math League event of the season. The SRS Math Team consists of 28 fifth-graders; 12 students attended the meet.” In the team portion, the Sea Road Team tied for first place out of 31 fifth-grade teams. Notable individual achievements included Julia Connolly and Mia Banglmaier who both earned fifth place spots. The competitors and alternates participating in the meet were Ellen Neale, Ethan Eickmann, Toby Macedo, Allie Wuerthner, Isabelle Okwuosa, Nick Teguis, Mia Banglmaier, Julia Connolly, Ryan Connors, Benjamin Quist, Kyle Pasiniek, and Jamie Bayha.

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read. Cindy Roche, organizer of “Celebration of Reading Day” at WJHS, formed teams consisting of one Rotarian and one Interact member to travel to various classrooms. Selections from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Dead End in Norvelt,” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” were read to fifth, sixth- and seventh-graders. Interact members who read at WJHS included Sean Roche, Emily Lewia, Megan Young, Maddie Taylor, Sophie Lamb, and Ali Duplisea. Rotarians who attended included president Suzanne Ilsley, William Hobbs, Rick Goodrich, Ryan Liberty, Peter Leon, Eleanor Vadenais and Terry Hodgskins. This year, “Celebration of Reading Day” featured a special book drive to collect new or gently used children’s books for libraries and day care centers damaged by Hurricane Sandy. Collection boxes were placed at Wells Elementary School, Wells Junior High School, Wells High School and Kennebunk Savings Bank in Wells. These books will then be boxed up and shipped to the Bridges of Books Foundation with the cost for shipping paid by the Rotary Club of Wells. “It was a good turn out and everything turned out wonderful,” commented Community Resource Coordinator Maryanne Foley, who organized “Celebration of Reading Day” and the children’s book drive.

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WellS – “Celebration of Reading Day” was recently celebrated in the Wells-Ogunquit Community School District. The event is planned annually to coincide as closely as possible with the March 2 birthday of author Theodor Geisel, also known as Dr Seuss (1904-1991). At Wells Elementary School, each classroom was visited by one of 28 guest readers from the district and community. Timeless children’s favorites such as “Make Way for Ducklings” by Robert McCloskey and Dr. Seuss’s “The Cat in the Hat” were read. There was also a special visit to the school by popular Dr. Seuss characters, Cat in the Hat and sidekicks Thing One and Thing Two. At Wells Junior High School, members of the Rotary Club of Wells and WHS Interact Club visited the school to

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and gently used books for the library. The book donations will be used to stock library shelves, while others will be sold at a book sale on May 11 or used as book give-aways to support literacy. Book collection boxes have been

SOuTH BerWICK – Members of third-grade Brownie Troop 396 of South Berwick prepare for a book drive to benefit the new town library. As part of an “A World of Girls” project, the troop is collecting new

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Gunst to explain How to Cook locally Year round

KITTerY – During what is a challenging time of the year to eat with locally sourced products, Kittery Land Trust will present a talk with Kathy Gunst, who brings her expertise to guide about how to eat locally all year round. The presentation on Saturday, March 30, at 1 p.m. will be held at The Kittery Community Center. Gunst, an advocate for fresh, simple food, is a local chef and food writer who was recently nominated for an International Association of Culinary Professionals award for her contributions to WBUR’s “Here and Now.” She is also the author of 14 cookbooks, a number of them in partnership with Stonewall Kitchen. In her 2011 literary cookbook, “Notes from a Maine Kitchen: Seasonally Inspired Recipes,” Gunst produces her most personal work, a combination of short essays and new recipes. Gunst also shares her message about the value of healthy, home-prepared, locally grown food with the elementary school children in South Berwick, where she lives. Taking up the challenge of Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move”

Author and chef Kathy Gunst (courtesy photo)

initiative, Gunst launched “Central School Fresh Green.” She works with students in pre-kindergarten through third grade, teaching cooking classes focused on healthy eating with fruits and vegetables. The students also grow food year round in a hoop house they built with Gunst. Gunst’s presentation is one of several 2013 “Year of the Farm” events, including walks, talks, and demonstrations, sponsored by KLT to increase understanding and appreciation of local farmland. KLT is conserving Rustlewood Farm, a 300-acre dairy farm on Wilson Road owned by Ken and Richard Johnson.

The brothers are working with KLT to conserve the land so that its agricultural soils and extensive fields and woodlands will be available for producing food, protecting water quality, and providing wildlife habitat. All “Year of the Farm” events are free and open to the public. Visit www.kitterylandtrust.org for more information.

Smart driver Program Offered to Maine residents POrTlaNd – The AARP Foundation’s AARP Smart Driver program now has more than 50 courses scheduled in the state of Maine, it was announced recently by Tom Harvey, Maine’s coordinator of the program. “Since 1979, AARP has offered this comprehensive and affordable driver safety course designed to teach and renew defensive driving techniques,” said Harvey. “Although geared to drivers 50-plus, the course is available to drivers of any age who wish to brush up on their driving skills.” AARP Smart Driver focuses on accident prevention measures, how to deal with aggressive drivers, and new rules and technology that affect driving. Topics include: Managing blind spots and lane-changing tactics; Tips to avoid tailgating practices; The effects of taking medication and operating a vehicle; and ex-

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amination of cell phone use and other distractions while driving. The course also introduces participants to the AARP webinar “We Need to Talk (WNTT),” an online toolkit designed to help adult children and their parents or grandparents have a constructive conversation about safe driving issues. The WNTT webinar is available at www.aarp.org. Graduates of AARP Smart Driver may be eligible for discounts on their auto insurance. It is mandated by the state that AARP Smart Driver graduates who are 55 and older may receive a discount on their auto insurance on the condition that they meet certain other criteria such as having a clean driving record. The course is coordinated and taught entirely by volunteers. Currently there are 7,000+ AARP-trained volunteer coordinators, marketers, and instructors nationwide. “In Maine, we are hoping to expand the program and are actively looking for new instructors,” said Harvey. “This is a wonderful way that AARP can connect you to people with shared interests and our instructors find this to be a rewarding and enjoyable volunteer experience.” Courses across the state are being scheduled throughout the year on an on-going basis. Those interested in signing up for a course or becoming an instructor should go online to http:// driversafetyme.weebly.com or call 1-800-350-7025. libraries “a resource for townspeople of all ages. This is an important project that will meet the needs of the community for generations. People’s United Bank is committed to supporting local projects like this library initiative.” (photo by Wendy Pirsig)

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Wells Junior High Partners with department of defense to Honor Vietnam Veterans WellS – The Wells-Ogunquit CSD School Committee at a recent meeting listened to a report from Wells Junior High School Principal Chris Chessie. In the report, Chessie mentioned that WJHS had been selected to be a ‘Commemorative Partner’ with the Defense Department’s Office of Commemorations in honoring American Vietnam Veterans. Since 2007, Wells Junior High School has served as a regular stop for Wreaths Across America, a large convoy that annually carries thousands of holiday wreaths from the Worcester Wreath Co. in Harrington to Arlington National Cemetery and other locations. Prior to the convoy’s visit last December, Chessie had applied for WJHS to become a Commemorative Partner. The school’s application was accepted. When Wreaths Across America visited WJHS, a representative from the Secretary of Defense’s Office of Commemorations was on hand to recognize students and staff at WJHS for their dedication in honoring veterans.

During a solemn wreath laying ceremony at Ocean View Cemetery, Maj. Gen. (Retired) Peter Aylward, a consultant with the Department of Defense’s Office of Commemorations, presented Chessie with a commemorative flag and a certificate signed by the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman

of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. “Our effort is to recognize all the Vietnam Veterans and their families, something that should have been done a long time ago,” said Aylward in a brief interview after the ceremony in Wells. “But it is never too late to (offer thanks) for the service and sacrifices the Viet-

nam Veterans and their families have made. The only way we are going to get that done is by engaging the local communities. “We are very fortunate that Wells Junior High School stepped up and became a Vietnam Commemorative Partner.” According to Chessie, the flag will now be displayed in the cafeteria at WJHS.

“Being recognized as a commemorative partner by the Department of Defense is a great honor for our school, staff, learners and community,” commented Chessie in an e-mail. “This allows us to express our gratitude for service by the veterans of the Vietnam War. We are grateful for their service and sacrifice for our nation.”

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Saturday, March 23 Spaghetti and Sweets

A spaghetti supper and bake sale are planned from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at First Baptist Church, 130 Main St., South Berwick.

Variety Show

A variety show and silent auction will be being presented at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at the Congregational Church,1695 Post Road, Wells. The show will feature performers of all ages with a wide range of talents. Silent auction proceeds will benefit the church’s Youth Experiences fund. Light refreshments will be served after the performance.

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Sunday, March 24

Ham and Bean Supper

Breakfast will be served from 8 to 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 24, at the York Elks Lodge, 1704 U.S. Route 1. Cost will be $6. A chicken shoot will get under way at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the lodge. Call 207361-2788 for more information.

An old-fashioned ham and bean supper will be served from 4 to 6 p.m. on March 23 at First Congregational Church of Eliot, 1361 State Road. The menu will include home-baked kidney and pea beans, ham, scalloped potatoes, American chop suey, cole slaw, rolls, dessert and beverage. Tickets: all-you-can-eat, adults, $9, children, 5 to 12, $2, and under age 5, free.

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An American Red Cross blood drive is slated from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 23. Sponsored by Charles S. Hatch Post No. 79 and Auxiliary Unit 79, the event will take place at the Berwick Town Hall Auditorium, 11 Sullivan Square. Walk-ins are welcome. Call the American Red Cross of Southern Maine at 1-877-372-7363 to schedule an appointment.

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Atria Kennebunk will host an appearance by pianist Tom Snow at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 24. A bandleader, composer and educator, Snow is one of New England’s most versatile and sought-after musicians. He is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and Berklee College of Music. Atria Kennebunk is located on Route 1 in Kennebunk. Call 985-5866 for more information.

served from 8 to 9 a.m. on Tuesday, March 26, at the Kittery Recreation Center, 120 Rogers Road. Arranged by the Kittery Recreation Department, the event is open to area residents age 55 and over. Cost is $6. Advance regstration is requested.

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A breastfeeding class will be offered from 6 to 8 p.m. on March 26 at the Southern Maine Medical Center, Biddeford. A certified lactation consultant will lead the program. Advance registration is required. Call 283-7350.

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An Easter egg hunt will be hosted at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 27, at Atria Kennebunk, Route 1. Peter Cottontail will be on hand; a special carrot cake social will follow. RSVP at 985-5866.

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simple postures to improve flexibility and fitness will be offered from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, beginning March 27, at Wells High School. Janet Clark, a certified instructor, will lead the program. To register, visit www. wells-ogunquit.maineadulted.org or call 646-4565.

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~ ask The Computer lady ~ dear Computer lady, I’ve been reading your advise for many years and appreciate the help. I have Windows 7 with Live Mail. My e-mail server is Road Runner and is Internet based. The problem is that when I use Live Mail to delete messages they aren’t deleted from RR and the mailbox gets full unless I go the website and manage the mail a second time. Is there any way to set up Live Mail to take care of the RR mail? Thanks, Barbara dear Barbara, You can change a simple setting in Windows Live Mail to take care of the messages on the server. Here is how: 1. Open Windows Live Mail. 2. Click on the tab to the left of the “Home” tab, point to “Op-

tions” in the drop-down menu, then click on “E-mail Accounts” in the sub-menu. 3. In the Accounts dialog box, click on your mail account, then click on the “Properties” button on the right. 4. In your account properties dialog box, click on the “Advanced” tab. 5. At the bottom of the Advanced page, find the “Delivery” section, and remove the check mark in front of “Leave a copy of messages on server” 6. Click the “OK” button at the bottom of the dialog box to save your changes and close the window. You could also choose to leave the check mark in front of “Leave a copy of messages on server” and then check off the next option and specify the number of days you want to leave messages on the server.

Or, you can just check off “Remove from server when deleted from “Deleted Items,” and your messages would be removed from Road Runner every time you empty your trash folder in Windows Live mail. Elizabeth dear Computer lady, Could you please advise me of the best way to learn Excel. With thanks, Karen dear Karen, The best way to learn Excel depends on what kind of learner you are. If you learn best by reading, there are some excellent books on Excel, I think my favorite is the Missing Manual series of books, and they do have one on Excel. If you learn best by doing, the “Professor Teaches” series offers you a hands-on tutorial that runs on your computer and talks you through the most

common tasks in the program. If you are looking for instructions for a specific task, you can always write it in a question and submit it on my website. I’m sure there will be others who will benefit from the instructions also. Elizabeth dear Computer lady, I have a large number of Favorites but a few that are especially important to me. Is the some way I can make these stand out from the rest? Thank you for your site, it has been a large help to this older computer user. Jean dear Jean, There is a way to make a few of your Favorites easier to find and use. You can put them in your favorites bar. Let’s take a look at Internet Explorer and see how to set this up. Open Internet Explorer and if your menu bar is not visible, tap

the “Alt” key on your keyboard to activate it. Click on “View” in the menu bar, and point to “Toolbars.” If you don’t see a check mark in front of “Favorites Bar” click on it to turn it on. Once you have your favorites bar displayed, (It will appear as a toolbar at the top of your browser window.) you can now add shortcuts to the Favorites Bar. Go to a webpage that is important to you. Click on “Favorites” in the menu bar (remember to use the “Alt” key to display the menu bar if you need to). In the Favorites menu, click on “Add To Favorites Bar.” This will put a shortcut to the current page in the favorites bar, where you can quickly access it with one click instead of needing to browse through your entire list of favorites. Elizabeth

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business & finance Kennebunk savings announces new Officers

KeNNeBuNK – Kennebunk Savings recently announced the promotion of three employees: Eileen Brogli, Personal Financial Specialist, has been promoted to Officer at Kennebunk Investment Services. She is responsible for assisting clients with individual health and life insurance needs. Brogli holds FINRA Series 6 and Series 63 registrations through LPL Financial* and is licensed in health and life insurance. She gained her experience working as an Associated Financial Representative for Northwestern Mutual Life and Financial Services. A long-time resident of Kennebunk, Brogli serves on the board of the Kennebunk Kennebunkport Arundel Chamber of Commerce and participates in various fundraisers for the Alzheimer’s Association. Gerry Coombs has been promoted to Commercial Credit Officer. He is responsible for underwriting small business loans that are generated from Kennebunk Savings’ 15 banking offices. An employee for over 10 years, Coombs began his banking career in the Loan Servicing/Investor Accounting Department and later moved to Commercial Lending. He previously worked for Spens-

er Press as a Staff Accountant. Coombs lives in Biddeford. Sara Littlefield of Kennebunk has been promoted to Branch Automation Officer. She is responsible for the implementation, management and maintenance of the bank’s branch network software.

Littlefield began her career at Kennebunk Savings nearly 10 years ago and is a graduate of Wells High School. She received her bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of Maine in Orono. Littlefield is a coach for

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facility services of $158,648,624 for an overall impact in the area of nearly $661,745,000. Of those figures only the goods and services declined from calendar 2011. The employment level was set at 5,313, an increase of 126, while payroll for those workers rose $1,341,015. The impact statement lists 3,298 workers from Maine communities, 2,217 from New Hampshire, and 160 from Massachusetts. Looking locally, a list of 16 communities within The Weekly Sentinel’s coverage area reveals 2,228 workers with a combined payroll of $167,169,718. A list of 12 communities within The Granite State Sentinel’s coverage lists 1,269 workers with a payroll of $88,761,954. The total payroll within those towns is $255,931,672. Within the local area, the largest number of workers is in Kittery and Kittery Point (385), followed by Rochester (366), South Berwick (307), Berwick (298), Portsmouth (243) and Eliot (239). The impact of the federal sequester on the workers at the shipyard isn’t yet known but there will be a significant one on

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Details: This event is open to the public and will include a number of speakers addressing issues important to seniors in Maine and the families that help take care of them. Light refreshments will be provided.

TOPICS: 1. Planning for Long Term Care, a Legal Perspective – Mary Kathryn Brennan, JD from the Law Office of Smilie G. Rogers, PLLC 2. When living alone is no longer an option – Mary Keefe from Elder Living Solutions, LLC 3. Caregiver Support – Ann O’Sullivan from the Family Caregiver Support Program with the Agency on Aging 4. Free Legal Services for the Elderly – Elizabeth LaPierre from Legal Services for the Elderly 5. Top Five Estate Planning Issues in 2013 – Attorney Smilie G. Rogers, JD, LL.M (Tax) from the Law Office of Smilie G. Rogers, PLLC For more information, contact: Attorney Smilie G. Rogers by phone at (207) 361-4680 or by e-mail at smiliegrogers@smiliegrogers.com

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Geriatric Psychiatry at Frisbie Memorial Hospital

You are not alone. We can help. If you are caring for an aging loved one who hasn’t been themselves – if they are forgetful, depressed, or having difficulty understanding – then you should consider talking to our Geriatric Psychiatry team. We are a multidisciplinary team of geriatric psychiatrists, nurses and social workers who specialize in elder care issues, including mental and behavioral health, medication management, and medical conditions that are specific to people age 65 years and older. We will work closely with you to develop a comprehensive medical care plan so that your loved one is safe and comfortable while attending to their healthcare needs, in either an inpatient or outpatient setting. You are not alone. We can help. Give us a call today at (603) 335-8871.

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First-Ever State Plan for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Released in Maine auGuSTa – The Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter, joined

Sen. Margaret Craven, the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Maine Association of

Area Agencies on Aging, community stakeholders, caregivers and advocates to announce the release

Goodall Hospital is pleased to welcome Dwight Pringle, MD Internal Medicine

The Doctor is In

Join us in welcoming Dwight Pringle, MD, Internal Medicine. Dr. Pringle will see patients at Goodall Health Partners Sanford Internal Medicine: Medical Office Building, 25A June Street, Sanford, Maine 04073 (207) 490- 7968 If you need help locating a provider or specialist, including Dr. Pringle, call our Provider Information Line at (207) 490 -7474 DWIGHT PRINGLE, MD Undergraduate Education: Trinity College Medical Education : Jefferson Medical College Internship & Residency: Maine Medical Center Board Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine

of Maine’s first-ever State Plan for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias. The comprehensive plan is a result of a state taskforce convened by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services pursuant to legislation sponsored by Craven. Maine’s Office of Aging and Disability Services partnered with the Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter, to recruit additional stakeholders to develop the plan over an 11-month period. It is the first for Maine, and represents a groundbreaking effort between the private sector, government, and non-profit organizations. Intended to serve as a tool and resource for the community, the plan is aimed toward providing encouragement for the thousands of Maine people living with the disease and the thousands more who are providing care. Individuals from across the state were involved in development, including family caregiver Sally Tarte. “I am proud that Maine is taking this important step,” she said. “Right now people are enduring the devastation of this disease that steals memories, independence, control, time and ultimately, life. Family members and friends are struggling to provide or ensure exhaustive, roundthe-clock care.” Tarte lost her own mother to

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Alzheimer’s. “She was the glue that held our close-knit family together. We looked forward to her future with her grandchildren. We had no idea that Alzheimer’s disease would claim this future.” In Maine alone, the number of individuals living with Alzheimer’s will increase from 37,000 individuals today to over 53,000 individuals by 2020. One in eight people age 65 and older has Alzheimer’s disease, and Maine’s 65-74-year-old age group is forecast to grow by 77 percent in the next 10 years. The annual cost of Alzheimer’s today is $183 billion; by mid-century, the disease could cost our country over $1 trillion per year. The Alzheimer’s Association and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have long partnered to expand public health knowledge and awareness about Alzheimer’s disease. Representatives from Maine’s CDC were active in the development of the plan. On March 13th, the plan was presented to the Joint Standing Committee on Health and Human Services. Maine now becomes the 26th state to adopt such a plan. Maine’s plan was crafted at the same time as the firstever National Alzheimer’s Plan giving Maine a significant opportunity to change the course of Alzheimer’s disease through strategic and coordinated implementation. Laurie Trenholm, executive director of the Alzheimer’s Association, Maine Chapter, acknowledges that the plan lays out very lofty goals but says that the Maine Chapter is committed to coordinating implementation and continuing collaboration. “By working together, there is hope for the future that caregivers will have the resources they need, and that we will achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s.”

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Health & Fitness Nordic Fitness Walking Classes Scheduled

KITTerY – Kittery Recreation Department will offer two courses in Nordic fitness walking at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Sessions will be offered at two fitness levels – leisure and active. Both programs are geared to adults 18 and over

who seek to burn calories with an easy-to-learn physical activity. Walking poles will be provided. Lauren DeLong of York Nordic will serve as instructor. A four-week session for leisurely walkers will get under way at 9:30 a.m. on Wednes-

AARP Driver Safety Program Scheduled

days, beginning on April 3. An active walking class will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesdays, beginning April 3, and continue for four weeks. Cost of both sessions is $40. All registrations must be done at the Recreation Center or online at http://activenet013. active.com/kitteryrec.

KeNNeBuNK – AARP will offer a driver safety program at the Senior Center at Lower Village in Kennebunk, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27. Many insurance companies offer a safe-driving discount to those who complete the class. Par-

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program Helps COPD Sufferers Lead Active Lives

Betty Lones works out at SMMC’s Cardiopulmonary Gym. Lones credits the exercise and education program designed for her by SMMC’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation team for helping her stay active despite suffering from COPD. (courtesy photo)

BIddeFOrd – Eighty-two year-old registered nurse Betty Lones from Falmouth always led an active life. From treating patients to raising three boys, she was constantly on the go. So when Lones experienced several bad episodes with her breathing she knew that something was wrong. Lones was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, also known as COPD. After receiving treatment, she was weak unable to bounce back. “My goal was to get back to a fairly active life again. I wanted to cope with

the way it is and manage the best I can.” So her doctor, Yasmin Mahal from Chest Medicine Associates in South Portland, referred her to the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Program at Southern Maine Medical Center. “Dr. Mahal said it was the best place to go for help to get back my strength and endurance,” said Lones. “And she was right.” Lones was evaluated by SMMC’s pulmonary rehabilitation team and they developed a program tailored to meet her needs. “The staff provided wonderful information about

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the disease,” said Lones. “They cover just about anything you want to know. The education includes nutrition and anatomy, which helps you to understand your situation so you are better able to care for yourself. “They also helped me select the right equipment for my needs and showed me how to use it. The staff gives you confidence and makes you feel comfortable. It’s a wonderful feeling to get answers to your questions. “In addition to the education, my program consisted of using various machines, walking and lifting weights to build up my endurance. The staff monitored my heart, oxygen and blood pressure during the exercises. They are very reassuring. I just finished a 24-week program, and I’m back on my feet. I can’t say enough good things about what the people here have done” Pulmonary rehabilitation is a structured exercise and education program for people with lung diseases such as COPD, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, pulmonary fibrosis and lung cancer. “Individuals experiencing shortness of breath, cough, fatigue and decreased physical abilities may attribute these symptoms to getting older,” said SMMC Pulmonary Rehabilitation RN Katherine Murdough. “These complaints are often the first signs of chronic lung disease. Individuals with these symptoms should talk to their primary care provider. Simple spirometry testing is available to assist physicians in identifying persons who have COPD. Because the number one cause of COPD is cigarette smoking, the single most important thing anyone can do to improve his or her health is quit smoking.” SMMC is offering free COPD information sessions at 6 p.m. on April 2, 9, 16 and 23. Dr. Scott Morin and SMMC’s respiratory care specialists will discuss the causes of COPD, breathing tests used to diagnose COPD, treatment for COPD, including the use of inhalers, and the importance of improving symptoms, reducing respiratory infections and getting as healthy and strong as possible. A spirometry screening will be held on April 23. Call See COPD page 19...


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Tai Chi Class Scheduled in Kittery KITTerY – “Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance,” an introductory course that focuses on movement, will be offered by the Kittery Recreation Department. Simple, therapeutic and functional exercises will emphasize weight-shifting, postural alignment, coordinated movements, visual and breathing techniques. Bill Buckley will serve as instructor for the program for adults ages 55 and over. Sessions will be offered from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays, beginning on April 10 and continuing through June 26, at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Cost will be $125 per person. All registrations must be done at the Recreation Center, 120 Rogers Road, or online at http://activenet013.active. com/kitteryrec.

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Health & Fitness Annual Waban Telethon Raises $90K SaNFOrd – The 42nd Annual Waban Telethon was held recently at the St. Ignatius Gym on Riverside Avenue in Sanford. The event was sponsored by the St. Therese of Liseux Parish. Though the economy continues to struggle and many people face significant financial obstacles, the community once again rose to the challenge. In spite of being in the grip of an economic recession for several years, individuals, businesses, and organizations came together and demonstrated their support of the programs at Waban by raising $90,403.

In addition to entertainment, fun events throughout the day, and ice cream donated by Shain’s of Maine, there were several special ceremonies. Waban staff member Dorinda Vezina received the Waban Making a Difference Award for her committed and passionate service. In the community category, the Waban Making a Difference Award was given to Rachel and Geoff Titherington for their generosity and donations made as business people as well as the countless hours they have spent volunteering in local organizations. Of special note was the donation made by the Normand

family in memory of Marie and Andy Normand who started and for many years maintained the penny drive for Waban. The Telethon was produced by a crew from Metrocast Cablevision. Coverage was provided by Metrocast Cablevision and Time-Warner Cablevision with an expanded viewing area going from Kittery to Presque Isle and through most of New Hampshire. The phone bank was provided by Unified Technologies. This year’s hosts were Kevin Mannix of WCSH-TV and longtime volunteers Kristen Guillemette Perfetuo and RJ and Jim Legere.

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Creative Wellness Session Planned at Library YOrK – An afternoon of creative wellness is slated from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, at the York Public Library. The drop-in art studio is part of a spring series of Art HOPE programs and will feature painting and drawing, origami paper folding, and an occasional surprise art project. Participants may bring their own creative medium or use supplies provided. The free program is offered for all ages. For more information, call 207-337-2900, or visit: www.arthope.org.

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283-7988 for more information or to register. SMMC also encourages any member of the community affected by lung disease to join the Better Breathers Club support group, which meets the second Wednesday of each month from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m. at SMMC PrimeCare, 9 Healthcare Drive in Biddeford. For more information, call 2837789. For smokers who would like to quit, SMMC offers the “Be Tobacco Free” program free of charge. Call 283-7988 to register.

Medically Speaking Have you been told you have COPD or emphysema? Tuesdays in April

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Join Dr. Scott Morin and SMMC’s Respiratory Care Specialists for a four week series about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Through lectures and discussion, you will learn what COPD is, what causes it, how it is diagnosed and treated, and what you can do to stay healthy and productive. Treatment, including the use of inhalers, will be discussed and demonstrated. And finally, we’ll explore the importance of improving your symptoms, reducing respiratory infections and getting as healthy and strong as possible. April 2 April 9 April 16 April 23

COPD – What is it? Treatment of COPD – Focus on inhalers Staying Healthy – What you can do Spirometry Screening

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Senior Movie day

Kittery Recreation Department will host Senior Movie Day at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 28, at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” will be shown. No admission will be charged.

Silent Spring Junior Spring Girl Scouts Feted KeNNeBuNK – Atria Kennebunk recently hosted an honorary birthday celebration, which recognized 101 years of service of the Silent Spring Junior Girl Scouts. The evening included traditional songs and team building exercises with residents. There was also a Girl Scout cookie design contest, which featured innovative cookies made by Atria Kennebunk staff members. Some of the featured cookies included Pretzel Surprise, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip, Spice Drop and even Potato Chip Cookies. At the end of the event, candles were lit on a giant cake and everyone gathered around to sing “Happy Birthday” to the Girl Scouts. (courtesy photo)

Safe Baby Class

“Safe Baby,” an infant safety and CPR course, will be offered from 6 to 9 p.m. on March 28 at Southern Maine Medical Center, Biddeford. Cost is $25 per couple or $15 per person. Advance registration is required. Call 283-7350.

Saturday, March 30 easter egg Hunt

~ Where To dine ~

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PLAN YOUR BIRTHDAY PARTY HERE Receive a free meal for the birthday guest of honor when you have a party with a minimum of 4 adults.

SPECIAL SUNDAY BUFFET

Featuring Sushi, Thai & Chinese Adults $12.95, 6-12 Years $6.50, 3-6 Years $3, 3 & Under FREE

HAPPY HOUR Monday-Sunday 2-6pm SENIOR DISCOUNT 55 & Older Awarded a Certificate of Excellence from International Chinese Cuisine Industry

#1 CHINESE FOOD RESTAURANT IN THE U.S. Rte 1, Wells at Eldridge • www.EastDining.com • 207.641.8788 Superb Dining as well as Prompt Take-Out • Fax 207.641.8851

The North Berwick Historical Society will present its first Easter egg hunt at the Morrell-Sherburne House on 27 Old County Road, Saturday, March 30, at noon. Refreshments will be ser ved inside and the hunt will be outside on the grounds. The program is open to members and nonmembers. Reservations required by Wednesday, March 27 by e-mail NBHSPrograms@Maine. rr.com or phone to 207-676-7600. It is requested that children be accompanied by an adult.

easter egg Hunt

Kittery Recreation Department will conduct an Easter egg hunt for children ages 2 to 10 on Saturday, March 30, at Frisbee Common. Children 5 and under will attend at 9 a.m. Older youngsters will gather at 10:30 a.m. No registration required


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~ Where To Dine ~

The Red Barn at Outlook Farm

OUTLOOK

Located on The Links at Outlook Golf Course, Rte 4, South Berwick, Maine

TAVERN

JOIN TODAY! SEASON PASS MEMBERSHIP 2013

5-Day: $1,050 7-Day: $1,400 TWI: $900 JR: $400 10 Play Cards: 9 Holes $199 18 Holes $399 207-384-GOLF(4653) OutlookGolf.com

EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH MARCH 31, 2013

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: Curt Bessette & Pork Low Mainers Seatings at 10am, 12pm & 2:15pm Reservations Required: 207-384-1010 Ext 34

Includes a Complimentary Mimosa for Adults!

FRESH FRUIT STATION

Fresh Seasonal Fruit Bowl Assorted Homemade Pastries, Muffins & Breads Assorted Cereals & Sweet Bread

BREAKFAST BUFFET

Scrambled Eggs Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs with Canadian Bacon and Hollandaise Sauce) Vegetarian Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs with Spinach and Grilled Tomato) Farmhouse Scrambled Eggs Irish-Style Corned Beef Hash Kitchen Home Fries Roasted Garlic & Three Cheese Grits Boston Baked Beans with Onions Bacon, Sausage Links & Patties Country Gravy over Buttermilk Biscuits Maple Banana Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

OMELET STATION

MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH (Mom’s Greens Fees are FREE!)

SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2013 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: Matt Lister & Andy Happel Seatings at 10am, 12pm & 2:15pm Reservations Required: 207-384-1010 Ext 34

Includes a Complimentary Mimosa for Adults!

FRESH FRUIT STATION

Fresh Seasonal Fruit Bowl Assorted Homemade Pastries, Muffins & Breads Assorted Cereals

BREAKFAST BUFFET

Scrambled Eggs Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs, Canadian Bacon, Hollandaise Sauce) Vegetarian Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs, Spinach, Grilled Tomato) Cod Fritter Benedict Irish-Style Corned Beef Hash Kitchen Home Fries Bacon Roasted Garlic & Three Cheese Grits Farm House Baked Beans with Onions Bacon & Sausage Links Country Gravy over Buttermilk Biscuits Irish Cream French Toast Fruit Pancakes

OMELET STATION

2 Egg Omelet - Cooked to Order Choice of: Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, Spinach, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Artichoke Hearts, Jalapeno, Sausage, Bacon, Ham, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese, American Cheese

2 Egg Omelet - Cooked to Order Steak and Eggs to Order Choice of: Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, Spinach, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Artichoke Hearts, Jalapeno, Sausage, Bacon, Ham, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese, American Cheese

CARVING STATIONS

CARVING STATIONS

Slow Roast Prime Rib Au Jus Sweet Chili Clove Crusted Pork Loin with Brandy Apple Sauce Maple Mustard Crusted Roast Leg of Lamb with Peach Chutney & Peppermint Jelly

Roasted Prime Rib Poached Salmon with Spinach & Ginger Tarragon Shallot with Beurre Blanc Pan Seared Petite Filet with Wild Mushroom Leek Ragout

RAW BAR

Crab Lobster Claws Oysters on the Half Shell Jumbo Shrimp Little Neck Clams on the Half Shell with Wasabi Cocktail Sauce

Oysters on the Half Shell Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail Little Neck Clams on the Half Shell Crab Legs

CHEF SIDES

Salad & Mixed Greens

DESSERT BAR

RAW BAR

SOUP & SALADS

Potato Leek Soup Wedge Salad with Sundried Tomatoes Caesar Salad with Romano Crouton

Assorted Desserts

DESSERT BAR

JUICE BAR & COFFEE STATION

JUICE BAR & COFFEE STATION

Orange, White Grape, Cranberry, Tomato

Assorted Desserts

Orange, White Grape, Cranberry, Tomato

Adults $34.95 pp + tax • Children 12 & under $14.95 pp + tax Kids 4 & under FREE

Adults $34.95 pp + tax • Children 12 & under $14.95 pp + tax Kids 4 & under FREE

*Groups of 6 or more will have 7% tax & 18% gratuity added to their bill.

*Groups of 6 or more will have 7% tax & 18% gratuity added to their bill.

View Menus @ Outlookweddings.com • Reservations Suggested: (207) 384-1010 Ext. 34 • 24 hrs/day


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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide

Easter Sunday Brunch 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Coffee-Spice Rubbed N.Y.Sirloin Braised Chicken With Lemon & Capers Greek Style Grilled Leg Of Lamb Honey Bourbon Glazed Ham Seafood Bouillabaisse Tortellini Florentine Cheese Blintz, Strawberry Sauce Eggs Benedict, Blueberry Pancakes Scrambled Eggs With Spring Herbs Home Fries, Homemade Corned Beef Hash Apple Wood Smoked Bacon ~ Sausage House Made Breakfast Pastries Fresh Fruit Salad Roast Asparagus, Yukon Gold Potatoes Tomatoes au Gratin, Lemon Chive Pilaf Panzanella Salad, Asiago & Apple Salad Assorted Cheese Display Ice Cream Smorgasbord Chocolate Fudge Cake, Carrot Cake Strawberry Trifle, Warm Apple Crisp

35.95 p.p. plus Tax and Gratuity Children under 12 half price

Specials & Events Upcoming Events:

Mothers Day Buffet Sunday May 12th

1637 Restaurant & Tap Room: Thursday Night Prix Fixe3 course dinner only 18.95 Live Music by Woody Allen On Guitar Thurs.– Sat.

~SHIP’S CELLAR PUB~ Live Entertainment Wed., Fri., and Sat. Every Tuesday is Trivia Night Starting at 8pm! Trivia Night Every Tuesday! Every Thursday: Open Mic Night Hosted by Wayne Read & Steve Allen Starting at 7pm!

Family Friendly Watch the Game on our 7 High-Def TVs Reservations Required 207-363-5119 www.yorkharborinn.com

Opening for our 9th Season Thursday, March 28th At 3PM

Richard’s Seafood Restaurant

52 POST RD / RTE 1, WELLS

207.646.1900 • www.stutesys.com

Top Quality Seafood

for more than 47 years Home Cooked Daily Specials

OPEN EASTER SUNDAY 11AM-7PM, MARCH 31

Merriland Farm Café 591 Coles Hill Road, Wells • 646-5040

Serving Breakfast & Lunch 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ~ Closed on Tuesdays Only ~

Serving Dinner 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings

Easter Sunday

Prime Rib Dinner Special

Breakfast: 8 a.m. to noon Dinner: Noon to 2:30 p.m. featuring a select menu

Friday Night:

(while it lasts)

~ Dinner Reservations Accepted ~

Visit us online: www.merrilandfarmcafe.com ~ Email: merrilandfarm@maine.rr.com

Featuring Spiral Ham and Roast Turkey

1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 646-8561~ Open Thursday-Sunday SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

** NOW HIRING **

RESERVATIONS ONLINE

WWW.BULLNCLAW.COM

“Big Surprise!! A great meal” Reviewed March 4, 2012

Not only is this place reasonably priced, along with that you get great atmosphere and wonderful service. The lobster was steamed to perfection, the prime rib was medium rare which was exactly what I ordered and even the homemade mashed potatoes were excellent and I NEVER order potatoes when eating a large meal. We left full and satisfied. Blanche M Hudson, MA


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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide

Bar and Grill

ENJOY THE LAST DAYS OF CUSTOMER APPRECIATION WEEK 1st Year Anniversary

Thursday, March 21

Rednecks & Racks

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1/2 Rack of ribs $10.99 and Redneck Margaritas for $4

PARTY

Friday, March 22

Fish Fry Friday

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Fried or baked haddock dinner $11.99 and $4 Stoli Blueberry drinks

all seasons

Wednesday through Sunday at 5 pm

Easter Brunch

Saturday, March 23

Sunday, Mar. 31 11am-3pm

Made in Maine Wine Dinner

$24 Adults, $10 Ages 5 to 11, 4 & Under Free.

Featuring Maine Foods and Wine.

Reservations Required. Large Parties Welcome.

Sirloin Strip Roast $10.99 - Better than prime rib!

Saturday, Mar. 23 at 6pm

Price does not include tax or gratuity.

GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT

Saturday, March 23 @ 9pm DJ DON CORMAN DANCING, DRINK SPECIALS GIVEAWAYS & PRIZES! Featuring Longboard & Corona

LIVE

ENTERTAINMENT

Thursday, Mar. 28, 9-Close

See our menus online @ www.springhillmaine.com

Saturday, Mar. 30

KARAOKE

Sundays Are Special At Spring Hill

WITH DJ DON CORMAN

* Special Price * Special Music * Relax to the pleasant and soothing live jazz of Vivando... Every Sunday!

Buy 1 Entrée & Receive 2nd Entrée FREE ~ Sunday Only

Friday, Mar. 29, 9-Close

PAT FOLEY

$3 WELL, $4 TALL WELL

To receive discount, a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. 20% Gratuity added to total bill. Not valid on 3/31/13. EXP 4/29/13 (WS)

207.646.5711

Justin Perry Benefit DJ DON CORMAN RAFFLES GIVEAWAYS!

2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1, WELLS, ME

WWW.LITCHFIELDSBARANDGRILL.COM

Spring Hill Restaurant will not be open the evening of Easter Sunday

117 Pond Rd. (Just off Rte. 4) So. Berwick, ME 03908 • 207-384-2693

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“Named one of the top 20 restaurants on the Seacoast.” — P o rt s m o u t h m a g a z i n e


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$23.99 adults

$20.99 seniors 55+

$11.99 kids under 12

Regatta Easter Brunch- March BREAKFAST

ITEMS

Chef Attended Omelet Station Bacon & Sausage Plain & Blueberry Pancakes Eggs Benedict Home Fries Fresh Fruit Assortment Pastry Station with Muffins, Breads & Danish

DESSERT Chocolate Fountain Assorted Fresh Fruit & all the Fixin’s Assorted House-Made Desserts

LUNCH

Dining Guide

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Spring Spinach Salad Rice Pilaf Vegetable Medley New England Clam Chowder Antipasto Platter Fried Four Cheese Ravioli with Pesto Cream Sauce Haddock au Gratin & Lemon Chive Chicken Marsala Carved Ham with Dijon Cream Sauce Grilled Lamb Topped with Chasseur

$3

Bloody Marys and Mimosas

The

Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

Seating 10am-3pm • For reservations call (207) 351-4623• 28 Levesque Dr. Eliot, ME 03903

Serving Easter Dinner

THURSDAY WINTER WARM ME UP SPECIALS

Sunday, March 31, Noon-8pm Please call for reservations.

Every Thursday Night, enjoy a selection of five entrees! Only $13.99 VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR A FULL MENU

Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com

DINNER RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED (207) 646-3111 335 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT BINTLIFFSOGUNQUIT.COM BREAKFAST / BRUNCH 8-2:30 DINNER / BAR 5:30-CLOSE Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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Homemade Chowder, Soups, Breads, Dressings & Desserts

NEW GLUTEN FREE 2 PAGE MENU

WED. NITE SPECIALS

EVERY MOMENT A SPECIAL OCCASION

TRADITIONAL EASTER DINNER

Sunday, March 31, 12-5pm

FREE Community Egg Hunt at 4pm (weather permitting)

NEW! THIRSTDAY THURSDAYS Half-Price Drink Specials

& Chef’s Small Plates under $10

SMOKE&FIRESUNDAYS Serving Dinner from 5:30pm Wednesday-Sunday

CHEF MATT’S NEW! DINING EXPERIENCE

Spicy Specials under $20 (not valid Easter)

View dining specials and “What’s New” online at:

www.clayhillfarm.com • 207-361-2272 220 Clay Hill Road • Cape Neddick/York

Steak Tips Dinner $13.99 Bourbon Marinated Turkey Tips $11.99 All You Can Eat Fried Haddock Dinner $12.99

(served to one person only, no extra orders after 9 as kitchen is closed)

THUR. NITE SPECIAL

2 Dinners for $18.99

8 Dinner choices that change weekly.

FRI. & SAT. NITE SPECIALS Roasted Prime Rib Dinner $19.99 Grilled Delmonico Dinner $19.99

NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR EASTER MARCH 31

All above served (while supplies last) with soup or endless salad, and homemade breads, with choice of Barn or Crispy fries, rice, or baked potato.

TAVERN SPECIALS

FRI. - SAT. serving Lighter Fare till 10 WED. - FRI. Happy Hour 4-6 / Free Pizza! Mussels with Garlic Basil Butter $2.50 Daily

New generator – When the power is out, we are here to serve you.

1000 ROUTE 1 • YORK, MAINE • 207-363-4721

646-3355

oshua’s

Restaurant in Wells www.joshuas.biz

Open 5pm Tuesday through Saturday


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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide Pizza Napoli 7D Days A W Week, k Al All ll Y Year R Roundd

Mon-Thur 4:30-9:30 PM, Fri-Sun 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM

March VALUE Specials Available For Dine In, Take Out & Delivery

Veggie Meat Lover’s Pizza Lover’s Pizza Pick any 3 veggie toppings!

Large $10.99 Small $7.99

Pick any 3 meat toppings!

Named 2010

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Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Large $11.99 Small $8.99

Buy Any Large Speciality Pizza &

Get A Small Cheese Pizza FREE

Any 2-Topping Pizza Large $10.99

Small $7.99

Friday, Saturday, Sunday Lunch Special $6.99 1-Topping Flatbread Pizza & Salad

Wednesday Pasta Night $9.99 Choice of Cheese Lasagna, Baked Ziti or Linguini with Meatball, and includes a Side Salad

Also Serving Subs, Pasta Dishes, Appetizers, Salads, Desserts, Beer & Wine 667 MAIN ST/ RT 1, OGUNQUIT (207) 646-0303 WWW.PIZZANAPOLIOGUNQUIT.COM

Affordable Home Cooking Serving Breakfast Anytime Something For Everyone Extremely Fast & Friendly Service Consistently Great Comfort Food

Over 50 Items

Under $10

Celebrating 30 Years in Business Visit us online: www.mainediner.com

Open 7 Days • Route 1 North, Wells • 646-4441 1300 US Route 1

(GPS=Blue Sky Memorial Hwy)

Cape Neddick, ME 03907 207.363.0266 roostcafeandbistro.com Ambience

Great Wine Handcrafted Food

Roost Cafe & Bistro

Winner in “Neighborhood Gem” & “Best Food” categories, serving handcrafted meals in a warm and casual setting.

4 Course Wine Dinner Friday, April 5, 2013 7 PM, $59 pp

BREAKFAST & LUNCH: FRI-SUN 8-2 DINNER: WED-SUN 5-Close Also Gluten Free Menu and Products

“A Foodies Delight with exquisite fine foods, below the radar prices.” Contemporary flavors and creations perfect for a bistro.

Blue Plate Specials Return of Thursday’s Throwback Soup or Salad and Entrée - $16

Classic Comfort Foods with an upscale twist.

All photos by www.shanesmainephotography.com, York Harbor, Maine


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~ News ~ religious Services Scheduled

Union Congregational Holy Week Observances

The Union Congregational Church, 18 Church St., York Beach, will continue its all-year ministry with the following local Holy Week observances: Sunday, March 24, 10 a.m., a Palm Sunday worship service in the church sanctuary. Thursday, March 28, 7 p.m., a Maundy Thursday service in the sanctuary. Sunday, March 31, 6:15 a.m., a brief Easter sunrise service at Sohier Park, overlooking Nubble Lighthouse. Following the ser vice, earlymorning worshipers will be invited to a continental- style breakfast at Union Congregational Church’s Fellowship Hall. A Celebration of Easter worship service will begin at 10 a.m. in the church sanctuary.

First Congregational Palm Sunday Processional

A Palm Sunday processional will get under way at 8:55 a.m. on Sunday, March 24, at First Congregational Church, 141 North St., Kennebunkport. First Congregational will share with other

area churches in hosting a community Easter sunrise service at 6:25 a.m. on Sunday, March 31, at Kennebunk Beach. Other participating congregations include First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, West Kennebunk United Methodist Church, South Congregational Church of Kennebunkport and Christ Church, Kennebunk.

St. George’s Episcopal elm City Choir

The Elm City Girls Choir will perform at the 10:15 a.m. service on Palm Sunday at St. George’s Episcopal Church, 470 York St., York Harbor. This select group is a division of the United Girls Choir. They will sing at several points during the service. The Elm City Girls’ Choir is one of New England’s most highly acclaimed girls’ choral program. Based in New Haven, Conn., the choir has received national recognition, and has appeared at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Walt Disney World, and on CBS Television. Since its founding in 1993, ECGC has performed with

many noted choral ensembles, such as the New York Virtuoso Singers, The Yale Glee Club, The Yale Camerata, Newark Boys’ Chorus and Village Harmony, and with professional orchestras including the Boston Philharmonic, New Haven Symphony, Yale Symphony, and Moscow State Orchestra. The choir has also been featured at conferences of the Connecticut chapter of the American Choral Directors Association and the United Church of Christ Musicians Association. For more information, contact St. George’s Episcopal Church, 207363-7376, or office@stgeorgesyorkharbor.org.

York-Ogunquit Methodist Contemporary Worship

“On the Road with Jesus” will be presented by The Light, a contemporary worship experience at York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church, on Palm Sunday, March 24, at 5 p.m. York- Ogunquit United Methodist is located at 1026 U.S. Route 1 in York. For more information, call 207-3632749 or visit youmc.org.

St. David’s Episcopal Special Services Planned

St. David’s Episcopal Church, 138 York St., Kennebunk, will offer a series of special services to commemorate and celebrate Holy Week and Easter, starting on Palm Sunday, March 24. Services are slated at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Palm fronds will be distributed. A Maundy Thursday service on March 28 will begin at 7 p.m. This service will commemorate the Lord’s Last Supper. It will be a very community-oriented service, which will include the ceremonial washing of feet for any who would like to participate. The church and altar will be stripped of all ornamentation in preparation for Good Friday. On March 29, Good Friday services at 7:30 a.m. and noon will observe the Stations of the Cross, which consists of processing around the church, stopping at each symbolic “station” for prayers and readings from the scripture. This ancient custom recalls and re-enacts the path of Jesus from his trial to the cross. A 7 p.m. Good Friday service will focus on the Liturgy of Good Friday, the most solemn day of the church year. The passion story will

be told and the congregation will enter into a period of darkness. One of the week’s highlights on Saturday, March 30, will be an ancient spiritual service of the Great Vigil of Easter, which historically ushers in Easter Day. On Easter Eve, at 7 p.m., the church will hold this unique candlelit spiritual procession to celebrate The Great Vigil of Easter. The service begins symbolically in total darkness. Candles are then lit to embody the “new fire” of the brightness, joy and rebirth of Easter. On Easter Day, Sunday, March 31, services are scheduled at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Special choir music and hymns are planned.

St. George’s Episcopal Holy Week Services

Holy Week and Easter Sunday services are slated at St. George’s Episcopal Church, 3 Emerson St. in Sanford. Child care is available at 10 a.m. ser vices. On March 24, Palm Sunday worship is scheduled at 8 and 10 a.m., while on March 28, a Maundy Thursday service is planned at 7 p.m. Good Friday services will be conducted at noon and at 7 p.m.

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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide In our view, the best food on the beach. Warren’s Lobster House

Sun and Surf

11 Water St, Kittery, 207-439-1630

Celebrates our Annual Open House March 26~March 27~March 28 2013 Something this big only happens once a year! Join us in celebrating 73 years of quality food and service.

Enjoy fresh swordfish, scallops, fried clams, and of course, the best breakfast and lunch on the beach.

Now open weekends!

$6.99

2 can dine for the price of 1 BUY 1 GET 1 FREE*

Breakfast

Special $19.99

and we’re not just including entrees, but

appetizers, non-alcoholic beverages & desserts too! Tuesday - March 26, 2013 Wednesday - March 27, 2013 Thursday - March 28, 2013 From 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. each day.

Give this invitation to the host when you arrive for your dinner. We will have a drawing every half hour for assorted Gift Certificates and prizes. 18% Gratuity will be added to the full value of the check. Not valid with any other offer or group package. No separate checks issued during Open House.

3-course

Dinner

On the ocean on Long Sands Beach. Across from The Anchorage. 264 Long Beach Avenue, York Beach • (207) 363-2961

*Complimentary items must be of equal or lesser value. Liquor and tax not included. (WS)

GORGES GRANT HOTEL 449 Main Street Ogunquit

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.

Join our Mug Club!

ANNIE S OGUNQUIT

Homemade Traditional Irish Food Thursday-Sunday 4pm-Close

Happy Hour 4-7pm

$1 Off Beer • Wine $3 Wings 50¢ • Burgers $5

ANNIE’S IRISH PUB 369 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207.251.4335 WWW.ANNIESIRISHPUB.COM

646-1733 raspberris@ogunquit.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 3/29/13. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)


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~ real estate ~ 207.384.4008

Real estate Guide

INFO@CENTURY21BARBARAPATTERSON.COM 96 PORTLAND STREET, SOUTH BERWICK, ME 03908

W W W. C E N T U R Y 2 1 B A R B A R A PAT T E R S O N . C O M

(207) 646-8301 510 Webhannet Drive Moody Point / Wells, ME 04090

S. BERWICK ANTIQUE CAPE

WELLS: Updated, 4 bedroom splitentry home with two car garage, sun room, deck, two full baths, and short walk to Ell pond. $199,900 IDEAL STARTER HOME

WELLS: Two bedroom home with ocean views, nice yard and one car garage under. Good rental history or enjoy the views and Moody Beach within a short walk. $380,000

NEW LISTING!

WELLS: Seasonal cottage with fronted land on the wildlife reserve. Three bedrooms, bath, on 7,500 sq. ft. lot. Great rental history. Located just steps to Wells Beach. Call to schedule a showing today. $449,900

WELLS: Ogunquit/Moody Beach Across street from beach with right of way, ocean and marsh views, excellent condition, 10 rooms, 4+1 bedrooms, 4 baths, gourmet kitchen, wet bar, 3 gas fireplaces, panoramic roof top deck, 2 screened porches, plus many other features. $1,395,000

48 Anna Roberts Circle 55+ Park, Wells

BARBARA PATTERSON

DEBORAH RICE

Set on +/-3.80 acres, on a small hill, this refinished antique Cape offers large kitchen/ great room, fireplace in living room, wide pine floors & large barn. $239,900 In a neighborhood near South Berwick Village, the school and library. New farmer’s porch, hardwood floors, and 3-4 BRs. Priced to sell at $154,900

JERRY TATLOCK

Room to stretch in this 3 BR, 2 BA Gambrel home located in Brackett Farms. Large rooms and a great neighborhood. Brighten your future and see this soon! $159,900 Move right into this wellmaintained home backing onto Fox Ridge’s common area. Large deck, 2 BAs, garage, daylight walkout bsmt for expansion. Priced to sell at $169,900

NORTH BERWICK

THE BEST OF THE BEST

YO U R LO C A L R E A L E S TAT E LEADER FOR 25 YEARS!

BARBARA PATTERSON

JEFF HOERTH

NOW HIRING NEW OR EXPERIENCED AGENTS

Jerry Tatlock

Associate Broker/Owner

Barbara Patterson 96 Portland Street South Berwick, Maine 03908 Business (207) 384-4008 Mobile (207) 752-0407 Fax (207) 384-5930 Jerry.Tatlock@Century21.com www.century21barbarapatterson.com Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

29 Years in Real Estate Brokerage Call for a Free Opinion of Value

Richard Littlefield

49 Depot Rd, 55+ Park, Wells

Office: 207-363-4300 Cell: 207-337-2921 richardl@yorkerealty.com YORKE REALTY

529 U.S. Route 1, Suite 101 York, Maine 03909

Only $39,900

Nicely kept, 14’ x 56’, 2 BR, 1 BA with a 4-season sun room located in a beautiful, year round park community. Convenient to Route 1 Wells and the Maine Turnpike! Low lot fee of $305/mo. Small pet ok.

Each office is independently owned and operated.

A Must See @ $65,000

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...SERVICES from page 26 On Saturday, March 30, an Easter Vigil will commence at 7 p.m. Easter Sunday worship on March 31 will begin at 8 and 10 a.m. An Easter egg hunt will follow the latter service. For more information call 207-324-8119, visit www. stgeorgesanford.org or e-mail stgeorge@gwi.net.

Messiah Christian ‘living last Supper’

Messiah Christian Church, 2700 Post Road, Wells, will present a special Easter production, “The Living Last Supper,” on Thursday,

Joyce L. Reed, 83 KITTERY – Joyce L. Reed, 83, of Bridge Street in Kittery, died on March 16 in her home, surrounded by family, following a long battle against breast cancer. Born in Portsmouth, N.H., on March 30, 1929, she was one of two daughters of the late E. John “Dinty” Moore and Hilda (Cole) Moore. She attended local schools, graduating from R.W. Traip Academy with the class of 1946. She enjoyed many years of reunions with friends at the yearly Golden Grad’s gatherings. She also looked forward to seeing the “Wentworth Dennett School Kids” when they could get together. Early in life she worked for a time during the war, at the Kittery Post Office and for Bolter’s Coal, at Grace’s Garage in Kittery as a bookkeeper and secretary, as well as processing local civil process for the York County Sheriff’s Department. She began

March 28, and Friday, March 29, at 7 p.m. In 1498, Leonardo da Vinci completed his painting of the “The Last Supper. Through this production, the painting has been replicated as closely as possible in real life and full size. Guests will see the Upper Room and watch as the Disciples and Jesus come to life, played by 13 actors. The Passover table is disrupted as the 12 disciples react to Christ’s warning, “One of you will betray me.” The audience will hear of the friendship the Disciples each shared with Jesus and their agony as they ask Jesus,” Is it I? Will I betray you?” Other Holy Week events and services

slated at Messiah will include Stations of the Cross at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27, and a community Easter egg hunt for children of all ages at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 30. On, Sunday, March 31, an Easter service will commence at 9:30 a.m. Easter breakfast will follow. Call Messiah Christian Church, 207-985-9287, for more information.

Lebanon-North Berwick Baptist Good Friday Worship

Lebanon-North Berwick Baptist Church, Little River Road, Leba-

non, will conduct a Good Friday service on March 29 at 7 p.m. Participants will reflect on the pain, passion and power of the cross.

Sanford Unitarian Universalist

Everyone is encouraged to wear an Easter bonnet to church -- a fine hat or something plain and simple. For more information, visit the church website at www. sanforduuchurch.org or visit the church on Facebook.

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Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church, Main and Lebanon streets, Sanford, will conduct an Easter Sunday service on March 31 at 10:30 a.m. The sermon will be led by the Rev. Sue Gabrielson and the SUUC choir will provide special music. Child care will be provided, and refreshments will be served following the service.

Obituaries a career spanning over 20 years at the Kittery Water District, seeing many changes over the years and enjoying watching many of the young families she worked with grow up. She made her home and raised her family in Kittery on Moore’s Ct., just steps from the home in which she grew up and where she would later spend her retirement years, just as her parents and grandparents had. Joyce looked forward to spending time with family at camp on Mousam Lake. She always enjoyed a day filled with friends and family, watching them have fun at the camp and on the lake. She enjoyed bus trips to the Amish Country, Washington, D.C., and car trips with family to visit friends in Down East Maine. Her greatest love was being with her family. As her children grew up and had families of their own, she loved having her grandchildren over to visit, hosting family holidays and weekly

Sunday dinners with anyone who would like to join her. She always enjoyed hosting her friends for a time of sewing and social visiting at her home. She also looked forward to weekly dinners with her dear friends Ron Vermette and Jay Durgin and keeping up with their families. Each evening she would recap the day, visiting on the phone with her lifelong friends. Joyce was a member of the Second Christian Congregational United Church of Christ

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in Kittery. Over the years she had served on many committees including the Doorkeepers, and the 150th Anniversary Celebration Committee. In her younger years she served as a member of the Rebekahs in Kittery. Joyce is survived by her loving family: a son, John Reed, and his fiancée, Centula Abrams, of Portsmouth, N.H.; a daughter, Julia H. Pelkey, and her husband, Jeffrey S. Pelkey, of Eliot, Maine; grandchildren Michael and his wife, Kaitlyn Reed, of Kittery, Tracey Reed and her partner, Dennis Belleville, of Lebanon, Maine, and Justin Michael Pelkey of Eliot, and great-grandchildren Oliver and Miranda Reed. And, a sister, Janet, and her husband, Bradley Williams, of Kittery; a niece, Katrina, and her husband, Dan Benge, of Cortlandt Manor, N.Y.; a nephew, Matthew Williams, and his fi-

Maureen E. Melanson, 57 BERWICK – Maureen E. Melanson passed peacefully at her home on March 5, surrounded by her longtime friends Anna and Judy. She was born on Flag Day, 1955, in Cambridge, Mass. “Mo” loved the outdoors, residing in rural Berwick, Maine, for over 30 years. She shared her love and understanding of critters and birds with everyone. Her humor was unmatched, honest and true, with an unending fount of information that always left one thinking “How does she know these things?” She leaves the love of

ancée, April Timko, of Kittery Point, Maine; a daughter-in-law, Joanne Wiggin, of Kittery, and several cousins. Special thanks to her caring group of physicians, York Hospital Hospice, Greater Faith Works and her friends and family for allowing her to remain in her home throughout her illness. Friends may visit with Joyce’s family on Friday, March 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home, 125 Old Post Road, Kittery, Maine. A funeral will be celebrated on Saturday in her church, The Second Christian Congregational United Church of Christ, 33 Government St., Kittery, Maine, with the Rev. Brad Hirst officiating. A time of refreshment and sharing will follow her service in the church parish hall. Care for the Reed family has been entrusted to the J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home. her life, daughter Lela Rose Martin, friends and neighbors, Loni and Pete, Emily and Kingsley, Phil and Zoe, and Pearson, as well as Bonnie and Jessica. With so many wonderful memories stored in our hearts, our lives will not be the same. Mo left us with this hope and tremendous words of comfort, “See you folks in heaven!” A scattering of ashes will take place at a later date in a private ceremony. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider a donation to a charity of your choice. Arrangements are under the care of Riposta Funeral Home with Direct Cremation of Maine, 182 Waldo Ave., Belfast, ME 04915.

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~ arts & entertainment ~ ‘Night of rockin’ Gospel’ Slated at eliot uM elIOT – The Eliot United Methodist Church, 238 Harold Dow Highway, will present “A Night of Rockin’ Gospel” with The Funky Divas of Gospel and The Sugarbeats. The show will be held on March 23 at 7 p.m. The Funky Divas, a fixture on the Seacoast for over 20 years, are the collaboration of four vocalists and four-piece band. Their purpose is to share toe-tapping, hand-clapping music that can and does move audiences to their feet and into the aisles to dance. Funky Divas performances are suitable for all ages. The group regularly performs in concert halls and at music festivals and outdoor events, gospel brunches, corporate functions, benefits, and conferences and church services of all denominations. The Sugarbeats are a mostly a cappella quartet based in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire. They sing a wide variety of music, from doo-wop to contemporary, gospel to holiday favorites, and everything in between. The group was formed after meeting at Vocalocity, a local community chorus. Bass vocalist Steve Brennan is the co-owner of Exeter Music and is a favorite on the local acoustic and folk circuit. Sue Noseworthy, soprano, is a music teacher at the Lincoln

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Street School in Exeter and is the director of music at Newmarket Congregational Church. Doug Ramsay sings baritone/tenor and is a sales representative for several furniture manufacturers. Jennifer Ramsay sings alto and is a music teacher at the Cooperative Middle School in Stratham, and the director of music at First Congregational Church in Hampton.

Proceeds from the show will go to benefit the mission of Eliot United Methodist Church. For more information about the concert, visit www. eliotumc.com or call 207-4396593. For more information about The Funky Divas, visit www.funkydivasofgospel.com and about The Sugarbeats, visit www.sugarbeatnh.com.

KeNNeBuNK – The Tom Luther Quintet will perform at River Tree Arts, 35 Western Ave., on March 23 in support of their debut album, “Everything Is Blue.” The album was released in August as an MP3 download. “Everything Is Blue” was debuted on “Friday Night Jazz with Rich Tozier” on MPBN radio. In January, the group started work on a second album, “Necessity,” which is scheduled for April release.

Submissions to art Competition Now Being accepted MaINe – Congresswoman Chellie Pingree recently invited high school students from Maine’s First Congressional District to submit artwork for this year’s Congressional Art Competition. “Maine has always been an inspiring place for artists, especially those who call it home,” Pingree said. “This contest is a great opportunity for our students to show that to the rest of the country. I’m always impressed with the quality of what these talented young artists submit and I am really looking forward to seeing this year’s entries.” Each year, thousands of students across the country enter the Congressional High School Art Competition. One winner is chosen from each Congressional District, and their artwork is hung in a corridor of the U.S.

Capitol building for a year. The student and a guest will be honored at a reception in Washington, D.C., in June. Before heading to Washington, the winning artists will be honored at a reception at the Blaine House in May. Runnersup are also invited, along with their families and art teachers. A downloadable image of last year’s winning digital photograph by Patrick Lynch of Hallowell is online at http://bit.ly/ YjpAik. The deadline for submission to the 2013 Congressional High School Art Competition is Thursday, March 28. Eligible artwork includes paintings, drawings, collages, prints, mixed media, photography, or computer-generatedart. Details about the dimensions allowed and the submission pro-

cess are found on the Maine Arts Commission website, http:// mainearts.maine.gov/Pages/ Education/Congressional-ArtsGuidelines. For more information, call Pingree’s Portland office at 207774-5019 or visit www.pingree. house.gov.

In addition to the band’s veteran members, trumpteer Mike Whitehead and pianist Tom Luther, the quintet with feature Duanne Edwards on bass, with two brothers rounding out the ensemble, Gideon Forbes, tenor saxophone, and Jacob Forbes, drums. Tom Luther has been composing and performing since 1982, when he joined his first cover band. Drawn towards improvisation, he began practicing both traditional jazz improvisation and the “free” style of improvisation, incorporating elements of both into his developing compositional style. Today his creative output is focused around this acoustic quintet and his electronic/ambient duo, “Algorithm.” The Tom Luther Quintet will perform from 6 until 8 p.m.

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These events will include professional sports events, the annual Maine Shrine Circus, a Portland Seadogs game at Hadlock Field, and this summer’s Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic high school all-star football game in Biddeford where they will sing the Star-Spangled Banner, and other patriotic songs on request. Singers wishing to audition for this year’s competition must apply online through the Maine Games website (www. See SING page 33...

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Safe Haven Humane Society

WellS – Since our Adoption Center is now on the market, we’re more focused than ever on our future. Without a doubt, we will continue our lifesaving mission. The question is, where? How is an even bigger question, but we know we will because we must. If you have property to offer or wish to donate to our Capital Fund program, please call 229-8314. Several special fundraisers are being planned to help raise the money to purchase our next location. Sugar Bear is a darling kitty who’s going through a tough time. He was found in Berwick hanging around a closed ice cream stand. The couple who took him in couldn’t keep him, and surrendered him to Safe Haven. He was withdrawn and shy, which is normal for surrendered cats. But there was another reason for his depression. He’s declawed, and declawed cats have a very difficult time adjusting to any change in their environment. Remember, they’re defenseless. How would you feel being thrust into a totally new environment, surrounded by animals that still have their claws? Sugar Bear responds by hanging his head and laying low. He mostly huddles in his kitty condo. The door is open and he’s free to come and go, but he rarely leaves its security to explore the room and meet the other cats that roam free. Now Sugar Bear is so stressed, he’s started using his bed as his litter pan. He’s been to our vet, is on medication, and we’re doing our best to help him relax and adjust. Please do not declaw! It is cruel. “Declawing is a painful and permanently crippling procedure that should not be practiced,” according to England’s Royal College of Veterinary Sur-

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geons. Also known as onychectomy, declawing surgically amputates all or part of the cat’s end bones. Yes, amputation of bones. It isn’t simply removing the claws, which is cruel enough. It’s amputation that amounts to mutilation. Sadly, many Americans feel their possessions are more important than the rights of pets unable to speak for or defend themselves. In the U.S., about 25 percent of owned cats are declawed, yet the practice is fairly uncommon outside of North America. Other countries are far more enlightened about declawing than we are. Most European countries forbid it. Finland, Holland, Germany, England and Switzerland declawing cats is considered animal cruelty and is illegal. Declawing is also banned in Australia, Brazil, New Zealand and Turkey. In Israel, it’s a crime punishable by a $20,000 fine and up to one year in jail. Safe Haven volunteers understand Sugar Bear is feeling insecure and we are all rallying to help boost his confidence. The best way we can help him by find him a foster home where he can be the only pet, use stress-relief methods to help him relax, and continue his medical care until he has regained good health to live a quality life. If you can provide a temporary foster home for Sugar Bear, be his sponsor or adopt him, send him a card, treats, toys, or just be his buddy, call Safe Haven at 646-1611.

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another Chance animal rescue NOrTH BerWICK – Meet Tiger & Sweetie Tiger is an orange and white kitty about 3 1/2 years old. This especially good-looking guy was carelessly tossed aside by his young adult caretaker when his two furry family members became inconvenient to his lifestyle. Tiger loves to be handled, is very gentle and loving. Tiger will do very well with other house cats, respectful children and non-aggressive dogs. Tiger is also looking for a family that will allow him to have an indoor only lifestyle where he will be safe and comfortable for the rest of his nine lives. Sweetie is a black and white adult cat that loves to be around

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of adult cats that are still available. We also have a number of dogs looking for loving homes. Adoption hours are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market St. in the village of North Berwick.

animal Welfare Society WeST KeNNeBuNK – Sign your child up today for the AWS Spring Break Vacation Workshop taking place April 15 to 18. These hands-on workshops for 7- to 10-yearolds are held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and focus on animal care and handling, as well as animal welfare-related issues. Students will have the opportunity to interact with a variety of pets, play games and create crafts. Snacks are provided; lunch should be brought from home. There is a $30 fee per day. Space is limited. Mooch Despite the name, Mooch is most definitely not a lazy, donothing, eat-you-out-of-houseand-home type of girl. This 5½-year-old shepherd mix is an active, energetic dog. Mooch is eagerly awaiting a new home with people who would enjoy sharing an active lifestyle with her. She loves playtime, particularly with balls or Frisbees, as well as regular walks or jogs. Mooch is a very happy-golucky type of girl. She’s always smiling, looking to play, and welcomes attention. She would be more than happy to share a new home with other dogs, cats and active children who can handle her energy. With this fun-loving gal in your home, you’ll never be want for a playing partner or be without the melodious sound of excited

panting throughout the day. If you’d like to adopt Mooch, then stop by the shelter today to meet her. Muffin Muffin is an 11-year-old darling of a cat. She’s been up and down the road of life and is now ready for a new home to spend her retirement years in. This sweet senior is as social as they come, always ready for a cuddle from whomever comes to visit. She doesn’t waste any time looking for attention either, when she’s in the mood she’ll ask the first person she sees for some petting. While Muffin loves her people, she’s not too fond of other animals, so she would prefer to be the only pet in a new home. Muffin is an affectionate girl who’s ready to prove that age is only a number to a new family. If you’d like to add Muffin to your home, then stop on by the shelter today to meet her.

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Victoria Victoria is a gorgeous, adult mixed rabbit looking for a new home to call her own. Victoria is a curious little critter that likes to pay attention as people come to meet her, but might shy away from a lot of commotion. Providing her with a habitat filled with all the rabbit necessities and giving her daily attention will break her out of her shell and make her into a great companion. If you’d like to adopt Victoria, stop by the shelter today to meet her.

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people but does not like to be picked up. Sweetie will allow you to pet him, likes to hear people tell him how good looking he is and especially likes to have someone play with a string or kitty toy with him. Sweetie is good with other cats, (dogs are an unknown), and will do best with an older person or older couple. Sweetie would prefer an indoor-only home. Tiger and Sweetie are current on all necessary vaccinations. Both are neutered, have passed their wellness exams and have been Frontlined. If you think that you and your family could provide a loving home for either Sweetie or Tiger, please contact ACAR or stop by the adoption center on Saturday to meet and greet one or both of these wonderful ready for adoption felines. In addition to our featured pets of the week, we still have a nice selection of other young adult cats and a limited number

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tion Team will visit Petsmart at Biddeford Crossing with adoptable dogs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 13 and 14 - Patriots Day Celebration in Ogunquit, visit the AWS Crafters Table at the Craft Fair on Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 14 - The Animal Welfare Society Mobile Adoption Team will visit Pet Life in Sanford with adoptable dogs from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Adoption Center is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. We are closed on Wednesdays.


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SPORTS Sole Sisters of Southern Maine to Start New Session WellS – The Sole Sisters, a women’s running/walking group, will start their first eight-week session of the year on April 8 on the track at Wells High School. An informational meeting is slated at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, in the pavilion at Wells Recreation Park. The group started last year with about 15 members. Many of the women took part in their first 5K road race while others simply enjoyed walking and running with other women. The group was established to help women achieve their own personal fitness goals with some guidance and encouragement from other

members. The group gathers at the track at Wells High School at 6 p.m. one or two nights a week and one day on the weekends. The eight-week session costs $25 and includes an eight-week running/walking plan based on personal goals, a running/walking log, and an official Sole Sisters of Southern Maine shirt. For more information, e-mail Stephanie Corey at scorey3@maine.rr.com or call the Wells Recreation Department at 646-5826. You can also register online at www.wellsrec. org- go under the Activities section and find the Sole Sisters listed under Fitness.

Guest appearance Planned at Kittery Trading Post KITTerY – Kittery Trading Post will mark 75 years as a family-owned outdoor specialty sports retailer this year with a guest appearance by Lee and Tiffany Lakosky, hosts of their own outdoor hunting show, “The Crush with Lee and Tiffany.” The Lakoskys will be at Kittery Trading Post on Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24, to discuss hunting strategies, offer tips and sign autographs. “The Crush” is a reality-based hunting show depicting what life is like hunting with your significant other. The couple’s enthusiasm for the outdoors, their outlook on whitetail management and hunting as

well as their bow hunting experiences have captured the interest of an ever-increasing number of viewers nationwide, from young boys and girls to experienced hunters. The Lakoskys will visit Kittery Trading Post from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Additional events planned in conjunction with Kittery Trading Post’s 75th anniversary include a free KTP anniversary lure give-away, an amateur turkey calling contest and limited edition KTP 75th Anniversary Ruger 10/22 rifle and Browning Citori shotgun. Details on the Lakoskys’ appearance as well as other ac-

Kids Can Play Safe When Participating in Sports The spring sports season is a popular time for school-aged children. After a few months of being cooped up indoors, many kids are ready to spend time in the fresh air. Organized team sports are one way they can burn energy and learn lessons in camaraderie and problem solving. Spring sports season presents a host of opportunities for athletic youngsters. But the secret to a successful season has little to do with wins and losses and a lot to do with making sure children have fun and take the necessary precautions to reduce their risk of injury on the playing field. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, nearly 40 million children and adolescents participate in organized sports across North America each year. Although sports are an ideal way to socialize and get much-needed exercise, they also can increase participants’ risk of suffering a sports-related injury. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention state that millions of children age 15 and under are treated in hospital emergency rooms for sportsrelated injuries every year. Some of the more common injuries include sprains and strains, growth plate injuries, repetitive motion injuries, and heat-related illness. Certain sports go handin-hand with the spring season. Here is a look at some popular spring sports and how to reduce a child’s risk of suffering some of the more common injuries associated with those sports. Baseball/Softball The start of the spring season coincides with the commencement of the professional

baseball season. Therefore, many schools and towns have baseball and softball leagues that also begin once the weather warms up. Baseball and softball are popular sports. However, each sport involves sliding, running, fast-moving balls, and long hours out in the elements. Each of these activities can cause injury, and some of the more common injuries associated with baseball and softball include soft tissue strains, fractures after being hit by a ball, sunburn and heat fatigue. Children who are playing baseball or softball should always wear the recommended safety equipment. This includes a batting helmet, shin guards, athletic supporters, sunscreen, mouth guards, and eye protection. Proper stretching and warm-ups

can make muscles and tendons limber before play. Soccer Soccer has long been a popular sport around the world, and interest in the sport has grown considerably in the United States. Soccer is ideal for developing hand-eye coordination. The constant running involved also makes it one of the best spring sports for kids in terms of overall exercise. Due to the constant movement involved with soccer, players should regularly rehydrate. Shin guards can prevent injuries and bruising to the legs, while wearing sunscreen will protect kids from sun exposure. lacrosse Lacrosse is a game that marries elements of basketball, football and hockey. Players

throw and catch a small, hard, rubber ball with a netted stick, called a crosse. Lacrosse is a contact sport; therefore, protective gear is essential to prevent injury. Players must wear helmets, typically with a safety grill over the face for boys. A mouthpiece, gloves and padding can be worn to further prevent injuries. Track and Field Some athletes excel in track and field. Although less combative than other sports discussed and with little or no risk of contact-related injury, there are still some dangers inherent to track and field. Strains and sprains See PLAY page 38...

tivities and commemorative products marking the store’s 75th anniversary can be found by visiting the store’s website at ktpevents.com.

Plans under Way for annual lobster Bowl Classic leWISTON – The 24th annual Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic football game, sponsored by the Kora Shrine Temple, will be played in July at Waterhouse Field in Biddeford. The game pits players from Eastern and Western Maine, with all proceeds going to the 22 Shrine Hospitals for Children in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Rosters for the game will be released later this month. A meeting will be held at Kora Temple on Sunday, April 7, to officially kick off the season. According to the Lobster Bowl website, the game brings together over 160 athletes, cheerleaders and coaches for the game. Players are high school seniors who have just graduated and have been nominated by their coaches. The teams are then selected by a committee of the Maine Athletics Association. Last year’s game, which raised a record $73,000, was won by the West squad 48-24. The West holds a 17-6 edge in the series.

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~ News ~ ...SING from page 29 mainegames.org), and answer one simple, short essay question: “What the Star-Spangled Banner means to me.” About 20 to 25 singers will be chose to audition before a panel of judges, and the winner will become this year’s Maine Games National Anthem Vocalist and receive a prize package including a recording session at Bluewave Creative in South Portland. For complete details visit the Maine Games website: www. mainegames.org, or go directly to the online registration/informa-

tion page at: http://www.planetreg.com/MaineGamesNationalAnthemAudition. Online registrations will be accepted through the month of March, and those chosen to audition live at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, in Lewiston, will be notified by April 6. The Maine Games is a member of the National Congress of State Games and the Maine Amateur Sports Alliance. The Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic has partnered with the Maine Games since 20010 to enhance both organizations’ abilities to create opportunities for Mainers.

Bank displays local artist’s Work KeNNeBuNK — The work of pastel painter Cheryl Dahn is currently on display in the new Kennebunk branch of Norway Savings Bank. Dahn is well known in the Kennebunk area art community as an active member of the Pastel Painters of Maine, the Maine Women in the Arts, the Kennebunk Art Guild, and the York Art Association. She specializes in pastel paintings of landscapes and pet portraits and her pieces can be viewed on her website, www. cheryldahn.com.

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FIREFIGHTER/EMT The Town of Wells seeks experienced candidates for the position of temporary, full-time Firefighter/EMT. The starting salary is $746.92. Requirements: Applicants must possess Firefighter I/II Maine Certification, a Maine Basic EMT license and have Basic Pumps certification. In addition, must be at least age 21, with a clean driving record, valid driver’s license and have a minimum high school diploma or GED equivalent. The selection process for successful candidates will include a written exam, required physical assessment/agility and swim test, and a favorable background check to include a psychological test. To apply: Please submit completed Town of Wells employment application accompanied by copies of all certifications and licenses attached to the application. Applications are available and may be obtained from the town website: www. wellstown.org, or at the Human Resources office at Town Hall, 208 Sanford Road, Wells, ME 04090. Deadline: Completed applications including required licensure and certification copies must be received at Town Hall, Human Resources office by no later than 5pm on April 15, 2013, and may be mailed or hand-delivered.

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Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the Town Manager, 208 Sanford Road, Wells, Maine 04090 until Friday, April 5, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. when they will be publicly opened and read for:

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SOuTH BerWICK – Historic New England is currently accepting applications from prospective exhibitors for a two-day fine arts and crafts festival slated this fall at Hamilton House in South Berwick. A total of 180 juried exhibitors will be selected from among applicants. Artists must be present for

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the entire show on both days. All slots will be determined through the competitive jury process in 21 mediums. They are art, baskets, children’s clothing, clothing, decorative painting, dolls, dried flowers, fiber, folk art, food, glass, jewelry, leather, metalworking, miscellaneous, paper/board, photography, pottery, soft sculpture, toys, and woodworking, For 30 years, Historic New England has hosted fine arts and crafts festivals at historic sites to preserve the property. The new show at Hamilton House is expected to attract applicants from the very active arts community in Southern Maine and New Hampshire, and throughout the region. The two-day event is slated Sept. 28 and 29 at Hamilton House, 40 Vaughans Lane, South Berwick. Submission deadline for applications is March 31. All applications submitted by the deadline will be juried. Notification date is May 15. Festival Contact: For more information contact Festivals Coordinator Margaret Laforest. For more information, email Susanna Crampton at News@ HistoricNewEngland.org.

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YOrK – The third of three “Winter’s Afternoon” concerts will be presented at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 24, at York Public Library. This free concert is part of the “Live at the Library” series, which encompasses drama, poetry readings, and various forms of music and art. Light refreshments will be available during the performance. Julie Dougherty has devoted the better part of 40 years to making music, mostly in the New England area, but also in Nashville, Texas, Washington, D.C., and Southern California, where she lived for a year. Stylistically, her roots are

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in folk music, but her repertoire has expanded over the years to include Irish, country, pop, blues, R&B and 1940s era standards. Paired with her husband and long-time musical partner, Woody Woodward, they provide guitar/bass/vocal interpretations of many tunes written by others, as well as a fairly large catalog of original songs. The Stairwells evolved from an eight-week a cappella class at Traip Academy in Kittery in the early 1990s. At the close of the semester, their performance wasn’t enough for the members of the a cappella class. They had such fun singing together that they wanted more.

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The instructor, Ben Baldwin, felt the same way, and continued rehearsals each week, eventually leading to many performances in the area, including birthday parties and multiple large community events. Because of conflicting schedules and some members moving away, the group dissolved after five years. But when The Stairwells were asked to sing at Polly Rhine’s retirement as director of adult education in Kittery in the summer of 2010, enthusiasm was

renewed, the group reorganized, and has been together since then. Although there are only a few of the original members, the group has been joined by some other singers. The group’s repertoire includes music from rockin’ gospel to doo wop. When asked where the name The Stairwells came from, they replied, “That’s where we sound the best!” The York Public Library is located at 15 Long Sands Road in York.

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lives of people who depend on it for survival and those people have shaped the Atlantic. In his account of this interdependency, Bolster, a historian and professional seafarer, traces a millennia-long environmental history of man’s impact on one of the world’s largest ecosystems.

Book Group

A meeting of the Evening Book Group will be 6:45 p.m. on March 28 at Graves Library, Kennebunkport. “Rules of Civility” by Amor Towles will be discussed. Copies of the book are available at the library.

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York Public Library author Talk

Professor W. Jef frey Bolster will speak about his book, “The Mortal Sea, Fishing the Atlantic in the Age of Sail,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26, at York Public Library. Since the time of the Vikings, the Atlantic has shaped the

estate and Care Planning

A panel of elder care experts will discuss estate and long term care planning issues facing seniors in 2013 at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, March 29, at York Library. Slated are “Planning for Long Term Care,” a legal perspective by attorney Mary Kathryn Brennan; “When Living Alone Is No Longer an Option” by Mary Keefe from Elder Living Solutions; “Caregiver Support” by Ann O’Sullivan, Family Caregiver Support Program with the Agency on Aging; “Free Legal Services for the Elderly” by Elizabeth LaPierre from

Julie Dougherty (courtesy photo) Legal Services for the Elderly, and “Top Five Estate Planning Issues in 2013” by attorney Smilie G. Rogers.

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Contact the library at 207-3632818 or visit www.york.lib.me.us.

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Deborah Cotter will offer a free Kundalini yoga class on Wednesday, March 27, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the South Berwick Library. Space is limited, and preregistration is advised. Kundalini yoga involves postures, breathing, chanting and meditations to develop awareness, consciousness and spiritual strength.

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YORK – Author W. Jeffrey Bolster will speak about his book, “The Mortal Sea,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 26, at York Public Library. In his account of the interdependency between people and the Atlantic Ocean, Bolster, a historian and professional seafarer, offers a millennium-long environmental history of man’s impact on one of the largest ecosystems in the world. Copies of his book will be available for sale and signing. While overfishing is often thought of as a contemporary problem, Bolster will reveal that humans were transforming the sea long before factory trawlers turned fishing from a handliner’s art into an industrial enterprise. The western Atlantic’s legendary fishing banks, stretching from Cape Cod to Newfoundland, have attracted fishermen for more than 500 years. Bolster follows the effects of this siren’s song from its medieval European origins to the advent of industrialized fishing in American waters at the beginning of the 20th century. Blending marine biology, ecological insight, and a cast of characters from notable explorers to scientists to an army of unknown fishermen, Bolster tells a story that is both ecological and human -- the prelude to an environmental disaster. Bolster resides in Portsmouth, N.H., teaches history at the University of New Hampshire, and went to sea commercially for 10 years as a young man. He will show slides and talk about the book. The York Public Library is located at 15 Long Sands Road in York.

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OGuNQuIT – Antje Duvekot will be performing live at Jonathan’s Ogunquit at 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 30. For the unfamiliar, Duvekot has solidified her reputation as one of Boston’s top singersongwriters with “Big Dream Boulevard,” her debut studio release, and “The Near Demise of the Highwire Dancer,” her follow-up CD. The debut CD was produced by Seamus Egan, founder of the Irish super group SOLAS. The project was released on songwriter Ellis Paul’s label, Black Wolf Records, and quickly attracted international attention. It was voted “No. 1 Folk Release of 2006” by The Boston Globe and was named to the “Top10 Releases of the Year” by National Public

Tidewater Waldorf to expand enrollment for Fall 2013 elIOT – Tidewater Waldorf School recently announced it will expand enrollment for first through third grades for the 2013-2014 academic year with a plan to add a grade each year until the school reaches grade eight. The increase comes on the heels of the school’s recent purRadio’s Folk Alley. Her follow-up album, “The Near Demise of the Highwire Dancer,” was produced by Richard Shindell and was voted No. 1 album of the year 2009 by WUMB 91.9 FM in Boston. Duvekot has won top songwriting awards, including the John Lennon Songwriting Competition. This will be the singer’s first performance at Jonathan’s. Tickets start at $20 and are available at www.jonathansrestaurant.com or by calling 207-646-4777.

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