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Volume 9 • Issue No. 13

Wells High recognized for Top Graduation rate in Maine

Wells High School Principal Jim Daly (left) and WOCSD school committee Chairman Russell Fox. (photo by Reg Bennett)

WellS – The Wells-Ogunquit CSD school committee recently recognized Wells High School for achieving the highest graduation rate among all high schools in Maine from 2009 to 2012. In 2012, the school’s graduation rate reached 99 percent. “That says a lot for Jim (Principal Daly) and his staff at the high school,” noted Chairman Russell Fox who presented Daly with a Certificate of

‘Terezin: Children of the Holocaust’ to be Staged at York High YOrK – In commemoration of Holocaust Remembrance Day, slated April 7, the York Diversity Forum, in conjunction with the York School District, will present three performances of “Terezin: Children of the Holocaust.” The award-winning play features child and teenage actors speaking for those whose voices were silenced at Terezin, an in-

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famous concentration camp in Czechoslovakia where tens of thousands of children were held before being sent to their deaths on rail transports to Auschwitz. It has been presented in schools and theaters in New England, as well as internationally in Scotland, Germany and at the Auschwitz concentration camp. “Terezin” was written and produced by Anna Smulowitz, founder of the Newburyport Children’s Theater, as a tribute to her relatives who died in the Holocaust. The play portrays the horrors perpetrated by Nazi Germany during World War II, but it also speaks to more universal problems such as bullying, harassment, hatred and prejudice. Selected classes from York Middle School and York High School have been invited to attend performances during the school day on April 4. The general public may attend a performance at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, in the auditorium of the York High School. The play is appropriate for adults and teenagers over 12 years of age. Tickets for the evening performance are not required and admission is free. The productions in York are made possible by the Herman Forbes Charitable Trust and con-

tributions by residents in York and the Seacoast region. The York Diversity Forum is a grassroots organization whose mission is to be a visible, peaceful, active voice and resource to promote understanding, acceptance, and respect for people of all races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, ages, and abilities. The auditorium of the York High School is located at the campus of the York High School, 1 Robert Stevens Drive in York. For more information, call 207-361-9525.

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to Daly read, “In recognition and appreciation of achieving the highest four-year graduation rate in Maine.” In 2007, Wells High School received Silver Medal status in U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best High Schools in the United States. The magazine reported that Wells High ranked 684th out of almost 22,000 high schools considered. Among high schools in Maine, Wells High School ranked sixth.

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Appreciation on behalf of the Wells High School staff. In his comments, Fox cited a recent news article noting the trend of rising graduation rates in Maine. According to Maine Department of Education Commissioner Stephen Bowen, the graduation rate among Maine high schools collectively rose over a four-year period from 80 percent in 2009 to above 85 percent in 2012. The certificate presented

OGuNQuIT – This year’s Patriots’ Day Celebration, slated April 12 to 14 in Ogunquit, will feature a delicious new slice of American tradition, according to organizers at the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce. A first-ever American Pie Contest will get under way on Saturday, April 13, at the Dunaway Center. “What is an American pie? That will be up to the participant,” said Frances Reed, chamber vice president. “Maybe it’s apple. Or cherry. Or maybe an American pie is one based on how it looks rather than its ingredients.” Local amateur pie bakers are invited to bring one 8- or 9-inch interpretation of Ameri-

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can pie to the Dunaway Center by 11 a.m. where a panel of judges will be waiting, forks in hand, to select a winner. Each entry will be judged on theme, appearance and taste, Reed said, and the winner will be presented with a $50 Gift of Ogunquit gift certificate. The winning recipe will be published in the next Chamber of Commerce cookbook, which is currently in planning stages. The annual Patriots’ Day Celebration in Ogunquit, featuring crafts, music, food, re-enactments and a festive look at American history, was named “Best Show of Patriotism” by Down East Magazine, Reed noted. This year’s inaugural American Pie Contest is free and open to anyone. (MetroCreative photo)

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Jr. engineering Course Offered KITTerY – “Junior Engineering 2,” a program in which students will build projects of complexity using gears and motors, will be offered by the Kittery Recreation Department from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturdays, April 6 to May 4, at Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. Cost will be $85 per student. For more information, visit www.kitterycommunitycenter.org.

Reception Center training program on Thursday, April 4, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. at York County Community College in Wells. Southern Maine COAD establishes Volunteer Reception Centers in the event of a disaster in the local community. The Centers are created to manage the influx of spontaneous volunteers who come forward to offer help after a major disaster.

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sion. They are Shirley A. Deschenes and Frank Budreau, both of Kennebunk, and John Gouveia of Wells. The post will host its first yard sale on Saturday, May 4, at the post home, Water Street. Funds raised will benefit ongoing local American Legion projects. The sale will be held in conjunction with a downtown May Day celebration in Kennebunk. Yard sale items can be left at post home.

KeNNeBuNK – American Legion Post No. 74 of Kennebunk recently presented a Blue Star Award to Tracy and Russell French Sr. in honor of their son, Russell French Jr., currently stationed at Fort Hood, Texas. The star will be displayed in the front window of the family home, to signify a family member serving on active duty. Post No. 74 also welcomed three new members at the ses-

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...PREPARE from page 8 strategies, initiatives, and projects throughout the duration of their term. Anyone between the ages of 12 and 17, who is engaged in individual and community preparedness, is encouraged to apply or be nominated to serve on the Youth Preparedness Council. An individual may apply on his/her own behalf, or can be nominated by an adult familiar with his/her youth preparedness activities.

Individuals interested in applying must submit a completed application form, a narrative, and a letter of recommendation. The letter of recommendation can be from any adult, including a parent, guardian, community first responder, or teacher. Applications that do not include a letter of recommendation will not be reviewed. Individuals interested in nominating a young leader to the council should complete the application form and narrative, but a letter of recommendation is not

mandatory. Specific information about completing and submitting the application and attachments can be found on the application. Council members will be selected based on vacancies and announced in May. Once selected, members serve on the Council for one year, with the option to extend for an additional year, based on a formal request by FEMA. All applications and supporting materials must be received no later than April 19 to be eligible. For more information, visit www.ready.gov.

Grocery Sweepstakes Planned YOrK – The Friends of Greater York Recreational Complex (GYRC) will sell tickets for a Grocery Shopping Sweepstakes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 5, 6, 12 and 13 at Market Basket on Woodbury Avenue, Portsmouth, N.H. The grand prize winner will receive a five-minute shopping spree to fill as many shopping carts as possible at Market Basket. Certain restrictions will apply. The second prize winner will receive a

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BerWICK – Salmon Falls Nursery and Landscaping of Berwick has donated its excavation services to The Fabulous Find thrift shop during the nonprofit’s recent expansion into a new Kittery location. PDF uploaded to WorkZone Request for PDF to be put in WorkZone Holding Tank Holding Tank Salmon Falls’ donated AE/AC: ________ Date: ___________ Artist: _________________________ W.S.#: _________________________ services for TheDate:Fabulous Find __________Time: ___________ _ Revisions: include providing an additional parking spot, modifying the parking lot’s turnaround, digging for new exterior signposts, and electrical trenching to illuminate the exterior sign. Howard Patten of H.L. Patten Construction in Kittery donated the gravel for the work. The Fabulous Find, a boutique-style thrift shop that donates all profits to local 1.

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SaNFOrd – Sanford resident Susan Ouellette was named winner of a recent iPad sweepstakes held by SIS Bank during the grand open-

ing celebration of its Portsmouth, N.H., branch. Ouellette is donating her prize to the nonprofit organization Grahamtastic Connection. “Our Portsmouth branch

grand opening celebration was a great opportunity to reach out to the community,” said Charlotte Hubbard, market manager of the SIS Portsmouth branch. “The iPad sweepstakes was especially exciting, and even more so because Ms. Ouellette is donating her new iPad to such a wonderful organization. This is one of those rare times when everyone wins.” Grahamtastic Connection,

based in Springvale, Maine, provides laptop and tablet computers to hospitalized children so that they can keep in touch with friends and family, teachers and classmates. “Simply stated, we connect kids when their world is out of reach,” said Leslie Morissette, the organization’s founder. Among the hospitals where Grahamtastic provides services to children are the Wentworth

Douglass Hospital and Dartmouth Children’s Hospital in New Hampshire and the Maine Children’s Cancer Program and the Eastern Maine Medical Center in Maine, along with more than one hundred others regionally and nationwide. For more information on Grahamtastic Connection, go to www.grahamtastic.org.

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business & finance Johnson Recognized for service to community and school

WellS – The school committee of the Wells-Ogunquit Community School District recognized the community and school service of one of its employees, Bailey Johnson, at a recent committee meeting. “I have heard a lot of really good comments about how dedicated she is to her job,” said Chairman Russell Fox said of Johnson. “I was really impressed with that.” Fox’s remarks refer, in part, to Johnson’s work as a special education technician in the “Bridges Program” at Wells Junior High School and her extracurricular involvement with the junior high chorus, color guard, parade guard, and the newly created winter guard. Johnson has also provided musical direction for several school musical productions. Fox presented Johnson with a certificate that praised

her efforts for both school and community, including performing at The Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital.” Johnson and Encore, a vocal group she helped to form, have performed at various venues in the Wells area but perhaps most notably at the Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital at Maine Medical Center in Portland. “It was extremely humbling. It came as a total surprise,” noted Johnson of the school committee recognition. “I do what I do because I truly love working with kids and serving others, especially through music and performing. “Of course, I don’t do any of these things for recognition, but I feel very grateful that Mr. Fox and other members of WOCSD took the time to notice what I do and present me with this award.” In the community, Johnson serves is a youth pastor at

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to donate to BBCH through the GUARDians. Johnson said 100 percent of money raised by the GUARDians goes directly to BBCH. Nineteen area businesses supported the work of the GUARDians. “I spent a decent amount of time in a children’s hospital as a kid and I remember feeling so blessed that I wasn’t dealing with the illnesses and conditions that so many of the children around

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me were facing. All those kids and their families have a special place in my heart, and I enjoy doing things to support our local children’s hospital,” Johnson said. “Having the kids I work with get involved for such a great cause that can help them both gain an appreciation for all the positive things in their lives and help them find pleasure in serving others is a great honor.” Johnson is a 2006 graduate of Wells High School and a current student at Berklee College of Music in Boston. After graduating from Wells, she worked as a substitute teacher at the junior high school before eventually becoming an education technician. Fox also pointed out that Johnson had filled in as substitute for a music teacher who was absent for an extended period of time because of illness. Johnson is the daughter of David and Julie Johnson of Wells.

...CHARITY from page 12 charities, has moved to a larger space at 139 State Road and is open for business. “It’s always an honor to help another Seacoast organization that is doing the caliber of volunteerism that The Fabulous Find is committed to,” said Mark Pendergast, owner of Salmon Falls Nursery and Landscaping, which is celebrating 35 years of full-service landscaping business this year. Salmon Falls Nursery and Landscaping donates its time and manpower throughout the year as a show of support to needy and deserving local organizations. “We are very grateful to Salmon Falls Nursery and Landscaping for donating their time to making our new exterior both more functional and attractive,” said Marcye Philbrook, the Fabulous Find’s board president and a Kitterybased interior designer.

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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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Medical Center to Offer Education Series on COPD BIDDEFORD – Southern Maine Medical Center, 1 Medical Center Drive,

will offer a four-week program, “Medically Speaking: Have You Been Told You Have COPD

or Emphysema? beginning on Tuesday, April 2. Sessions will continue from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on

Tuesdays, through April 23. Discussion topics for the free series will include “COPD: What Is It?” “Treatment of COPD – Focus on Inhalers,” “Staying Healthy – What You Can Do,”

and “Spirometry Screening.” Dr. Scott Morin of SMMC PrimeCare Neurology and SMMC’s Respiratory Care Specialists will lead the lectures See COPD page 17...


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Health & Fitness Rotary Club Hosts Palm Sunday Blood Drive

BerWICK – The South Berwick -Eliot Rotary Club sponsored an American Red Cross blood drive on Palm Sunday, at the South Berwick Town Hall.

Thirty units were collected with 41 first-time donors participating, twice the Red Cross expectation. Cindy Butler, a nurse at York Hospital, came in with

Andrew Butler, a 16-year-old junior at Noble High School, donates his first pint of blood. Anna Lietz, a senior at Marshwood High School and president of the Interact Club, also donated a pint of blood after working in the canteen area. The blood drive was sponsored by the South Berwick-Eliot Rotary Club. (courtesy photo)

her son, Andrew, and asked if 16-year-olds could donate. Andrew had accompanied his mother to blood drives in years past; he is currently a junior at Noble High School in Berwick. Anna Lietz, a senior at Marshwood High School and president of the Interact Club, a high school partner to Rotary Clubs, volunteered in the canteen area of the blood drive for four hours and then donated a pint of blood. Another blood donor of special interest was George Gaudette of South Berwick who said his wife’s life was saved because of blood transfusions many years ago. Gaudette has been donating for 50 years.

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Health & Fitness York Hospital Auxiliary Accepting Scholarship Applications

Smoking Cessation Class BIddeFOrd – “Be Tobacco Free,” a fourweek smoking cessation class, will be offered from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Mondays, beginning April 1, at the Southern Maine Medical Center Cardiopulmonary Wellness Center, 1 Medical Center Drive. The free program is offered to any person who wants to be tobacco free. To register, call 283-7988.

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YOrK – The York Hospital Auxiliary is currently accepting applications for 2013 York Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship awards. Three $3,000 awards will be given to local high school seniors who, upon graduation from high school, will attend an accredited school for study in a medical-related field. Seniors attending York, Wells, Marshwood, Noble or Ken-

nebunk High Schools or Traip or Berwick Academy are eligible to apply for the scholarships. Application forms are available in the guidance office of area schools, at the volunteer office at York Hospital or online at www. yorkhospital.com. Application deadline is April 15. For more information, contact the volunteer office at York Hospital at 207-351-2224 or e-mail fr@yorkhospital.com.

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BIddeFOrd – An information session for men and women interested in learning more about weight loss surgery will be offered by Southern Maine Medical Center. The presentation, slated 6 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, at SMMC, 1 Medical Center Drive, will help participants in deciding if weight loss surgery is right for their individual circumstances. Information will be presented about nutrition, resources, and other topics to help with the lifestyle and emotional adjustments weight loss surgery patients may face.

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Nordic Walking Class Planned OGuNQuIT – A starter clinic for area residents interested in Nordic Walking will be offered by Wells-Ogunquit Adult Education. Nordic Walking increases upper body strength, improves balance and reduces stress on hips, knees and spine. Information on the history of Nordic Walking will be offered, and participants will be fitted for poles. The class will determine meeting locations for the remaining three classes. Poles are provided by and returned to the instructor at each session. The introductory class will be offered from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on April 4 at North Ogunquit Beach. Visit www. wells-ogunquit.maineadulted. org or call 646-4565 to register.

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anticipating the warmer weather as much as others. Allergy research is ongoing, and in the future doctors may be able to prevent allergic reactions from occurring rather than treating the symptoms that ensue. Until then, you will have to work with the remedies that currently exist. These remedies include antihistamines, which can cause dangerous interactions with other medications and may cause drowsiness. These side effects can be dangerous for use in seniors. Consider these other options instead. drink plenty of fluids.

Although liquids can’t wash the allergens out of your system, water, juice and clear broths can help loosen congestion. Hot liquids can soothe inflamed membranes in the nose and throat.

avoid allergens as much as possible. Check weather reports for the levels of particulates in the air and stay indoors if they are high. Keep away from tall grasses and places with a lot of

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Maine Games Offering annual National anthem auditions

leWISTON – If you think you possess the right combination of vocal talent and patriotism the Maine Games is looking for you. Whether your are a professional singer, or just someone who sings in the shower, if you love your country and its national anthem, the Maine Games wants you to apply to audition for them and an amazing opportunity. On Saturday, April 13, at 2 p.m. in the Kora Shrine Temple’s ballroom, a panel of judges will be auditioning between 20 and 30 singers for the position of Maine Games National Anthem Vocalist for 2013. This is the seventh year the Maine Games has conducted this statewide search for

the right combination of poise, confidence, vocal talent, and a desire to honor our country with a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner at events around the state. This audition which has attracted a wide variety of people between the ages of 10 and 65, from Kittery to Fort Kent. No matter what previous experience you may have had singing in public, if you think you have what it takes, the Maine Games would love to hear your voice, feel your patriotism, and help you share it around the state. Those wishing to apply for this audition must submit an online application which asks one simple question: “What does the Star-Spangled Banner mean

to you?” Based on the response to this short essay, the judges will select between 20 and 30 singers to perform live. The singer chosen to represent the Maine Games as this year’s National Anthem Vocalist will then have a photo-shoot, will schedule a session at Blue Wave Creative’s recording studio in South Portland, and will have a chance to speak with the media. The top three finishers will receive Maine Games gold, silver, or bronze medals. Our runner-up will also be in line to step in if for some reason our anthem vocalist is unable to attend one of the pre-scheduled appearances. Crystal Ryder, the 2012 Maine Games National Anthem

Vocalist and a member of the Maine National Guard, will be one of the judges at this year’s Maine Games National Anthem Audition. ...ALLERGIES from page 19 conditioner and dehumidifier to filter the air coming inside of the house and ensuring it is cool and dry. Head to the beach. If you want to spend time outdoors, areas by the ocean will have pollen counts that are much lower than in mountainous areas. dry clothes indoors. Linedried clothes may smell fresh, but they can bring molds and

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

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~ Where To dine ~

Dining Guide EVERY MOMENT A SPECIAL OCCASION

EASTER DINNER Sunday, March 31, 12-5pm

“THIRST�DAY THURSDAYS Half-Price Drink Specials & Small Plates under $10

FRIDAY DATE NIGHT! 3-Course dinner and a bottle of house wine $59 per couple

(please ask your server for the special menu)

Clay Hill Farm presents...

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN: CITIZEN

Celebrate Patriot’s Day with an evening of Kirk Simpson as Benjamin Franklin! Weds, 4/10 & 4/17 and Sat 4/13 Doors open at 5:30pm $12 tickets with an a la carte menu 

Serving Dinner Wednesday - Sunday Nights from 5:30 pm



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

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Join Us for Easter Brunch & Dinner

Friday Night CaffĂŠ Prego Pizza Join us on friday nights for CaffĂŠ Prego brick-oven pizza served after 5pm.

oin us on easter Sunday for a delectable brunch served from 11am to 3pm

accompanied by live Jazz music. enjoy a brunch buffet featuring an omelette-making station—$19 per person, $12 for children 12 and under (plus tax and gratuity). or, you can order from the à la carte brunch menu. easter dinner features holiday specials, served from 5 to 8pm. Call for reservations.

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Join us for a special culinary event

RESTAURANT WEEK PORTSMOUTH, NH & THE SEACOAST

APRIL 4-13, 2013

Dining Guide T H E B E S T S E AT I N T H E H O U S E is always waiting for YOU at...

Voted Best Breakfast in Maine 2010 “Outstanding Service in a Friendly Environment at an Affordable Price!”

Opening Friday, April 12 Early Bird Special:

THREE COURSE MENUS $16.95 & $29.95

RestaurantWeekPortsmouth.com Special thanks to these sponsors

10% OFF 6-7am Lunch Selections Also Served Starting at 11am

Route 1, Ogunquit 207.646.8777 www.eggandibreakfast.com 646-3355

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Look up the menus of these participating restaurants: 401Tavern Agave Mexican Bistro Anneke Jans BG’s Boat House Black Trumpet Blue Mermaid Blue Moon Evolution Bonta Restaurant Brazo Cafe Mediterraneo Cafe Nostimo Carriage House Cava Common Man Demeters Steakhouse Dinnerhorn

The District Dolphin Striker Epoch Restaurant Four Great American Grille Green Monkey Grill 28 Harbor’s Edge Jumpin’ Jay’s Fish Cafe Library Restaurant Martingale Portsmouth Wharf Margaritas Michelle’s Wharf Martingale Mombo Michelle’s Moxy Mombo Oar House Moxy Orchard St. Chop Shop Oar House

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Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

Serving Easter Dinner Sunday, March 31, Noon-8pm

Funded in part by

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Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week

Please Present This Coupon Before Ordering

Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com

Warren’s Lobster House 11 Water St. , Kittery, ME 207-439-1630 www.lobsterhouse.com

In our view, the best food on the beach.

3 FOR $3

Sun and Surf

Purchase the Dinner Salad Bar for $11 and choose one item from each category for just $3

Appetizers (choose one) Cheddar Bacon Potato Skins Cup of Homemade Clam Chowder Shrimp Quesadillas Desserts (choose one) Pumpkin Bread Pudding Homemade Pecan Pie L.L. Bean Muddy Boots Ice Cream

Entrees (choose one) Lobster Slider with Sweet Potato Fries Shrimp Alfredo Baked Stuffed Haddock Lobster & Clam Chowder Fried Coconut Shrimp Mrs. Warren’s Baked Seafood Combo

*Each person must purchase the dinner salad bar for $11 to order from “3 for $3” menu (no sharing permitted). Limit 2 persons per coupon. Only one item per category is allowed. You must present coupon before ordering. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Tax not included. Not good with any other offer, coupon, discount, or group packages. Maximum 3 coupons per table/group. Not valid on takeout. No cash value. 18% Gratuity will be added to full value of check. Menu subject to change. Valid 3/29/13-4/14/13 (WS)

Tuesday through Saturday

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Pimentos Portsmouth Brewery Portsmouth Gas Light Radici Rí Rá Ristorante Massimo River House Robert’s Maine Grill Rudi’s Portsmouth Stage Neck Inn Street eat/drink 360º Surf Restaurant Surf Sushi Bar Three Chimneys Inn Tulsi Indian Restaurant Wellington Room

Join Us Friday, March 29 - Sunday, April 14 & enjoy...

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Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood

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

Now open weekends!

for more than 47 years Home Cooked Daily Specials

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~ Where To dine ~

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Family Friendly Watch the Game on our 7 High-Def TVs

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

Over 50 Items

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Celebrating 30 Years in Business

Open for the Season

Visit us online: www.mainediner.com

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

Closed Easter

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

52 POST RD / RTE 1, WELLS

207.646.1900 • www.stutesys.com

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

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featuring combination options (while it lasts)

~ Dinner Reservations Accepted ~

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

EASTER SUNDAY 8 am to 2:30 pm

THURSDAY WINTER WARM ME UP SPECIALS Choice of 5 delicious entrees for only $13.99

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

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

GORGES GRANT HOTEL 449 Main Street Ogunquit

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 4/5/13. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)

Happy Easter from

China Bistro 8 MARKETPLACE DR. YORK, ME 03909 207-361-4388 / 207-361-4389

EASTER SUNDAY BUFFET Sunday, March 31 Noon to 7 PM

Adults $10.95, Kids $6.95 Menu includes baked ham, soup, appetizer, main courses and dessert.

Proceeds to benefit Safe Haven Humane Society of Wells! LUNCH AND DINNER COMBINATIONS FULL MENU AND BAR / CHILDREN’S MENU DINE IN / TAKE OUT Open daily from 11 AM.

Located behind Rite Aid (on Rt 1) and in front of Microtel Motel.


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Boon Island Ale House

Chef-Inspired Restaurant & Bar

Now Open for the 2013 Season Featuring Chef Jeff Burgess Open Hours: Thursday 4pm - Last Seating @ 9:00 Friday 4pm - Last Seating @ 9:30 Saturday 12pm - Last Seating @ 9:30 Sunday 12pm - Last Seating @ 9:00

Dining Guide

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

Check out our menu and online reservations 24 hours per day on our website:

www.boonislandale.com

124 Post Rd (Rt 1), Wells / Moody, 207-641-8489

FOR OUR 23 RD S N E EA OP SO W O N N

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Happy Easter Open Thursday - Sunday with Happy Hour on Food & Drink 4-7

Extra Easter Happy Hour Specials 6 Days A Week • Closed Mondays

(207) 646-4200 1205 Post Road (Route 1), Wells, Maine

Come celebrate Easter with us and enjoy

$3 Bloody Mary’s and Margaritas

OPENING FOR OUR 20TH SEASON “Love is the MAINE ingredient” ON FRIDAY, MARCH 29 Opening Day

RAFFLE PRIZES & SURPRISES

Now taking reservations for Easter Sunday, serving until 1pm.

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WED. NITE SPECIALS

Cape Neddick, ME 03907 207.363.0266 roostcafeandbistro.com Ambience

Great Wine Handcrafted Food

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

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

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.

Easter Sunday Brunch ’til 5 PM

Featuring Lamb and Fresh Ham

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~ Calendar of events & News ~ Saturday, March 30 Constituency Hours

Selectwoman Karen Gerrish will hold constituency hours with Sen. Ron Collins from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 30, at the Lebanon Town Office.

Sunday, March 31 easter Celebration

Atria Kennebunk will host an Easter Sunday celebration with Broadway musician and entertainer David Worobec on Sunday, March 31. A graduate student from the Boston Conservatory, Worobec, has offered several performances including an interpretation of Broadway musical “South Pacific.” Atria Kennebunk is located on Route 1 in Kennebunk. Call 985-5866 for more information.

Sunrise Service

First Baptist Church of South Berwick will conduct an Easter sunrise service at 6 a.m. on Sunday, March 31, at Spring Hill, 117 Pond Road. Breakfast will follow at the church, 130 Main St., South Berwick. Sunday school will begin at 9:30 a.m. Morning worship will commence at 10:30 a.m.

Monday, April 1

serve. Plans will be finalized for a costume jewelry sale on Patriot’s Day weekend, April 13 and 14. Proceeds will benefit local charities, including a scholarship for a student at York County Community College. For more information, please call President Cathy Wilson at 207-641-5612.

Climate Stewards lecture

A Climate Stewards Lecture: Solar Energy for Your Home, will be presented at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, at Wells Reserve at Laudholm. Could solar hot water or a solar electric system work for you? Do you wonder how much these systems cost, what you can expect for a return on your investment, and what incentives might make installation easier on your wallet? Jennifer Hatch, marketing manager for ReVision Energy, will speak about local homeowners who have done the math and are now saving money with solar energy. Funding for the program is provided through the NOAA Climate Stewards Education Project. $5 suggested donation. Reservations required. Call 207-646-1555 or visit wellsreserve.org.

Thursday, April 4

Tuesday, April 2 Community Meeting

Friday, April 5

The Eliot Historical Society will host a presentation by John P. Oswald at 7 p.m. on April 1 at the John F. Hill Grange, State Road, Eliot. He will talk about UFOs past and present. Admission is free; refreshments will be served. For more information, call 207-7480889 or 207-748-0040.

A community forum and informational session on proposed zoning changes is slated from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, at North Berwick Community Center.

Club Meeting

The Harbourside Garden Club will hold a monthly meeting at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, at the parish house of the First Congregational Church on Pepperrell Road in Kittery Point. Following a business meeting and social hour, Donna Simpson, an avid gardener and past president of the Durham Garden Club, will present a program, “Fabulous Ferns for Your Garden”. Hostesses will be Marcia Walenta, Elaina Hatsis and Rose Antosiewicz. For further information, please contact Lori Kercher, 207 439-4814.

legion Meeting

A monthly meeting of the Charles S. Hatch Post No.79, American Legion, will be 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2, in the post home at Berwick Town Hall, 11 Sullivan St. Parking is available. Call 207-6985036 or visit www.berwickmelegionpost79.org.

Wednesday, April 3 Club Women to Meet

The Ogunquit Women’s Club will hold a meeting at Ogunquit Baptist Church on Shore Road on Wednesday, April 3. Luncheon will be served at 11:45 a.m. followed by a program and a meeting. The luncheon will be hosted by Nina Wildfoerster and a committee of six members. The program will be “What Is an Estuarian Reserve? What Do We Do There?” presented by Paul Dest, director, Wells National Estuarine Research Re-

astronomy enthusiasts

The Astronomical Association of Northern New England will meet at 7:30 p.m. (6:30 if you are a beginner) at The New School, Route 1, Kennebunk. Activities will include the basics of recognizing the constellations, observing the stars and planets with telescopes of all sizes, presenting monthly discussions on a wide variety of astronomy related topics, and organizing outings to special events. Visit www.asnne.org.

‘Build the dream’

Saturday, April 6 Spring Fling

One Family at a Time, an organization which raises funds for area families in need, will host a “Spring Fling for Aidan” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at Noble High School, Somersworth Road, North Berwick. Vendors will offer a variety of goods for sale. A raffle is planned. Proceeds will benefit the Bowie family and their efforts to improve the wheelchair accessibility of Aidan Bowie. For more information, call 860-271-5481.

run to read

Seacoast Learning Center, which offers free tutoring to school-age children with dyslexia, will host Run to Read, a 5K run/walk, beginning at 9 a.m. on April 6 at the Rochester Ice Arena. Proceeds will benefit the Children’s Dyslexia Center and Seacoast Learning. Register at www.coolrunning. com.

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Maine adventure

Dan Carr, a member of the board of trustees of the Maine Island Trail Association, will be speaker at a meeting of Newcomers and Neighbors at 7 p.m. on April 4 at the Kennebunkport Community House. His talk will focus on adventure travel along the Maine coast. Refreshments will be served. For more information, e-mail newcomers@gmail.com, or visit the website at http://kptanewcomers.org.

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Spring Hill, Berwick. Proceeds will benefit the school scholarship fund, the purchase of new materials and special activities for students.

The Childlight Montessori School, Berwick, willhost its 12th annual “Build the Dream” auction on Friday, April 5, at The Lodge at

The Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold a meeting on Saturday, April 6 at 9:30 a.m. at the Springvale Library, 443 Main St. The program topic will be “The History of Wax Seals” presented by Valerie Owen. Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 324-6202.

author to discuss York History YOrK – Neil Rolde, award-winning historian, author, former legislator, and longtime York resident, will talk about his new edition of “York Is Living History” at 7 p.m. on April 2 at York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road. First published 37 years ago, this history of York has been updated and features a Concert Series

Classical violinist Mark Weidershein will offer a program at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 7, at Atria Kennebunk, Route 1, Kennebunk. Light refreshments will be served. Call 985-5866 with questions.

Baseball Clinic

A baseball clinic for students in fourth through eighth grades will be offered on April 7 at Noble High School. The first session, Throwing and Fielding, will get under way at 9 a.m. and will be followed by Hitting and Base Running at 10:10 a.m. Instruction in pitching and catching will begin at 11:20. Call 603-781-0591 for more information.

RICE’S REDEMPTION

Spaghetti dinner

19 Portland St, North Berwick, Maine 207-676-9222

A spaghetti dinner hosted by Wells High School Warrior Softball will be served from 5to 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at St. Mary’s Church, 236 Eldridge Road. Tickets will be $8 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. The fundraising effort will be repeated on Saturday, June 1.

Bring your returnables to us – we count them and pay you on the spot! You can’t miss us – we are in the big, red barn with the

HUGE American flag roof!

Sunday, April 7 Buffet Breakfast

A community buffet breakfast will be served from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 7, at St. Martha’s Church, 30 Portland Road, Kennebunk. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, the event will feature pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, fruit and beverages. Tickets: $7 for adults, $4 for teens ages 13 to 17, and free for children 12 and under. Call 985-6252 for more information.

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number of new photographs. Rolde is the author of “Maine in the World: Stories of Some of Those from Here Who Went Away,” “Continental Liar from the State of Maine: James G. Blaine,” “Maine: Down East and Different,” and other books. For more information, call 207-363-2818. (courtesy photo)

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~ News ~ acadian History Program at the Kennebunk Free library

Bluezberry Jam to appear in Concert SaNFOrd – Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church, 5 Lebanon St., Sanford, will present Bluezberry Jam in concert on Saturday, April 6, at 7 p.m. Bluezberry Jam is an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, rhythm and jam featuring five performers from Portland. They are Myra Robinson,

vocals, percussion; Dave Collins, guitar, vocals; Rob Landry, bass, vocals; Rick Cormier, percussion, and Rudy Gabrielson, harmonica, keys, dulcimer, vocals. Tickets will be $10 per person or $25 for a family and will be available at the door. For more information, call 207-3243191.

KeNNeBuNK – Leading Acadian genealogist and historian Lucie LeBlanc Consentino will speak at the April 6 meeting of Kennebunk Free Library’s Genealogy Group. Consentino’s presentation, “Acadian History and Genealogy,” will begin at 10 a.m. Consentino is a respected genealogist who has been published in several Acadian, American, and French-Canadian genealogy journals. She speaks frequently at events around the United States and Canada and delivered the keynote address at the Commemoration of the 250th

Anniversary of the Deportation of the Acadians in Boston, Mass. Her website, Acadian & French-Canadian Ancestral (www.acadian-home.org), is

known for providing original and comprehensive genealogical data. The presentation is free and open to anybody interested in exploring Acadian history. No registration is required. For more information, call 207-985-2173 or visit www.kennebunklibrary.org.

eliot School library receives donation

Visit our Web Site:

www.theweeklysentinel.com (courtesy photo of Consentino)

elIOT – Rotarian Robin Wheeler, South Berwick-Eliot Rotary Club, presents Eliot Elementary School librarian Jane Beech with a $500 check, which will be used to purchase an iPad for student use. The gift represents funds raised by the club through the sale of lobster rolls at a local Strawberry Festival. (courtesy photo)

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~ real estate ~

Real estate Guide EXIT Oceanside Realty 1217 Post Road, Wells, ME 04090 Office 207-646-8333 / Fax 207-646-8269 www.exitoceansiderealty.com

EXIT OCEANSIDE REALTY

OPEN HOUSES: SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 12-2PM WELLS

21 SIMPSON STREET

WELLS

107 STEPHEN EATON ROAD

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~ library News ~ Contact the library at 207-363-2818 or visit www.york.lib.me.us.

Louis T. Graves Memorial Library

York Public Library

Story Time

A book presentation, “What the Robin Knows,” will be offered from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 4. Dan Gardoqui, science editor for “What the Robin Knows” and founder of White Pine Programs in Cape Neddick, will reads from the book and discuss how birds reveal nature’s secrets. Dan will also speak about his work editing the new book and will share his insight from years of studying, interpreting and speaking the language of the birds.

Book Presentation

Children’s story time will be presented at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Friday, March 29, at Louis T. Graves Memorial Library, Kennebunkport. The program will include stories, fingerplays, songs, and crafts. Designed for children through age 5, but all ages are welcome to attend. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate. No registration required.

Chess Players

The Graves Library Chess Club will meet at 1 p.m. on Friday, M a r c h 2 9. A l l a g e s a n d a l l levels of play are welcome. Chess boards are available, but participants may bring their own boards.

Film Screening

On Wednesday, April 3, at 1 p.m., read to Darwin the Beagle, a mild-mannered certified reader dog. Darwin loves both kids and books. Children of all ages are welcome. Advance registration is required. For details and registration please call.

The York County Audubon Society will present “The Making of Winged Migration” as part of the York Reads program. The presentation is set 7 p.m. April 5. Monica Grabin, the evening’s presenter, is on the board of the York County Audubon Society. A musician and teacher with a lifelong interest in birds and the natural world, she and her husband, Bill, live in Kennebunk and have traveled extensively in United States and abroad, observing and appreciating wildlife.

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Free tax assistance will be available at Graves Library in Kennebunkport on Wednesday, April 3, and on April 10, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participants should bring last year’s tax returns and some form of identification.

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Contact the library at 207-9672778 or visit www.graveslibrary. org.

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The Spring Film Series will feature “Anna Karenina” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 7. Set in late 19thcentury Russia society, the film follows the married aristocrat Anna Karenina as she enters into a lifechanging affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. Stars Jude Law and Kiera Knightley. Rated R for sexuality and violence. Runs 129 minutes.

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South Berwick Library Book discussion

“What Is Left the Daughter,” a novel by Howard Norman, will be discussed at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3.

Meet the artist

Local artist Nancy Dzikowicz will visit on Wednesday, April 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. She will presenting her paintings of the Jewett-Eastman House and the new South Berwick Library, which she created to benefit the library’s building fund. The paintings will be on display through June, and raffle tickets for the paintings are available at the library.

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Contact the library at 207-3843308 or visit www.south-berwick. lib.me.us.

Berwick Public Library learn about letterboxing

Learn about letterboxing for Berwick’s upcoming 300th Anniversary Letterboxing Series. Local letterboxers will be on hand to demonstrate carving a rubber stamp and to answer questions about this pastime at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2. The information session is offered in preparation for the Letterboxing Series, which will be featured on April 13, when letterboxing clues to the 300th Anniversary treasure hunt will be available at the library.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-698-5737 or visit www.berwick.lib.me.us.

Happy 77th Birthday also Happy Easter

YOrK – York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road, will host an exhibit of artwork by students in the York School System, kindergarten through 12th grade. The exhibit will run April 3 through May 2. The public is invited to a reception for the artists on Tuesday, April 9, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. The reception will include live music by several high school students. Refreshments will be served. The exhibit will include pieces done in a variety of media, including drawings, paintings, photography, printmaking, and clay sculpture. (courtesy phjoto)

William Fogg Library Gentle Yoga

Gentle yoga with Sallie Sharpless, will meet Wednesday, April 3, at noon.

Tax assistance

Free AARP tax preparation will continue through April 15. Volunteers are available 1 to 4 p.m. on Mondays and 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Call to arrange a one-hour appointment.

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Opera Presentation

Technology Classes

Circulation Librarian Charlotte Arredondo has partnered with Kittery Adult Education to host a number of technology-based classes. Each course will be held at the Rice Building on Wednesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. Kindle instruction is set April 3. The cost for each is $10. Advance registration is required.

‘lincoln’

The award-winning film “Lincoln” will be presented at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, at Rice Public Library, Kittery. Call to register.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-439 -1553 or visit www.rice.lib.me.us.

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The Homeschooling Group will meet on Monday, April 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. No advance registration is needed. Parents may drop in, ask questions and get support, whether they are new to homeschooling, a seasoned parent/teacher, or merely considering it for a child. Activities for children will be provided. For

The final opera presenation in a four-DVD series will be shown at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 6. Mascagni’s “Cavalleria Rusticana” with Plácido Domingo and Elena Obraztsova and Leoncavallo’s “Pagliacci” with Plácido Domingo and Teresa Stratas will be featured. There will be a short intermission between acts with light refreshments. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. No reservations are needed for this free program.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-985-2173 or visit www.kennebunklibrary.org.

D.A. Hurd Library Book day Celebration

Area children and their families may celebrate International Book Day at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 2. The children’s librarian will share stories about Australia suitable for youngsters in kindergarten through third grade.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-676-2215 or visit www.da-hurd.lib.me.us.

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~ arts & entertainment ~ Stage Force launches New Seacoast Theater Venue with ‘Cape May’ KITTerY – On March 29, a new arts and entertainment venue opens its doors to Seacoast audiences with its debut professional theatrical event: Kent Stephens’ Stage Force’s production of “Cape May.” The new space, the Star Theatre, is housed in the recently opened Kittery Community Center, which occupies the former Frisbee School. With 171 seats, state of the art equipment, excellent accessibility and plenty of free parking, the venue is an exciting new addition to the Seacoast arts scene. Stage Force founder Kent Stephens was involved in the creation of the new space, and is pleased to be presenting its first professional theatrical production. “It’s a space that encourages your imagination,” Stephens said. The debut production, “Cape May,” is the poignant, funny and powerful tale of three generations of Irish-American women and their relationship with a summer beach house in New Jersey. Stories from the 1930s to today interweave and intersect across time – and, in a coup-de-theater, the house itself is played by an actor, who also narrates the story and plays all the men who enter the six women’s lives. The author of “Cape May,”

Patricia Lynch, is known locally as the executive director of The Music Hall in Portsmouth, N.H. Lynch is also a nationally recognized playwright with a host of awards and residencies with some of the country’s top companies. She is also married to Stephens, and the pair has a long history of collaborating on a wide range of theatrical projects. “Cape May” features Kristan Curtis, Rebecca Rudolf, Whiney Smith, Susan Poulin, Christine Penney and CJ Lewis. It will be performed at the Star Theatre from March 29 through April 7. Shows will be held on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. with a 2 p.m. matinee on Saturday, March 30, and a 4 p.m. matinee on Sunday, April 7. Tickets are $27-$32. Star Theatre is located at 120 Rogers Road, Kittery. Tickets are available now at KitteryCommunityCenter.org, or in person at the welcome desk during normal business hours. Call 207-4393800 for more information.

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Marshwood High School students rehearse for “Disco Inferno,” the musical show that will open 7 p.m. on Friday, March 29, at the high school. (courtesy photo)

SOuTH BerWICK – The Marshwood High School students on stage may not have been alive yet, but about 60 teens in the cast and crew of “Disco Inferno” will bring the music of the ’70s back to life with a play that features a dozen songs from that era. “Disco Inferno,” set in the summer of 1976, is loosely based on the story of Faust. The play, based on a book written by Justin Sepple, is about an aspiring musician who wants to

be famous so badly he is willing to sell his soul. Jack meets Lady Marmalade, who leads him down the path to moral ruin, as he realizes success is not all it’s cracked up to be. After he becomes an international success, his only wish is to return to his former life and love. “When I found this show I knew it would be a great fit to showcase our Marshwood students.” said Tanya West, musical director for the show, which

Playhouse’s ‘South Pacific’ receives 10 IrNe Nominations

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Jennie Sophia as Nellie Forbush and Branch Fields as Emile deBecque in the Ogunquit Playhouse 2012 production of “South Pacific.” (Photo by Jay Goldsmith)

Students to Present ‘Fiddler’ WellS – The Wells High School Players will present their spring musical production, “Fiddler on the Roof,” at 3:30 p.m. on April 3 and at 7 p.m. on April 4 to 6 at the school. All seats for the debut performance on Wednesday will be $5. Senior citizens will be admitted at no charge. Tickets for the remaining shows will be $8 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens. Reserved seating is planned for Friday and Saturday performances. Advance tickets for Friday and Saturday may be purchased at the school’s main office. Tickets will also be available at the door.

OGuNQuIT – Ogunquit Playhouse recently announced that its critically acclaimed 2012 production of “South Pacific” has received 10 Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Award nominations, including Best Musical and Best Ensemble in the “Large Theatre” category. “We are incredibly honored to be recognized by the IRNE’s – and to receive this recognition as we launch into our 81st season is very gratifying,” said Executive Artistic Director Bradford Kenney. “‘South Pacific’ will likely remain one of the highlight productions in the long history of the Ogunquit Playhouse. An incomparable team recreated a beautiful telling of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s masterpiece. Together with a handpicked, extraordinary cast, this team created a ‘South Pacific’ for the history books.” Jennie Sophia has been nominated for Best Actress in a Musical for her reprisal of her role from the National Tour of “South Pacific” as the perky Nellie Forbush. She is a Chi-

cago native and has performed many roles in regional theaters throughout the U.S. Branch Fields received a nomination for Best Actor in a Musical for his powerful performance as Emile deBecque. See IRNE page 38...

opens Friday, March 29, and runs two weeks, Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. Musical selections will include “Boogie Nights,” “Celebration” and “Hot Stuff.” Jack will be portrayed by Ryan Bulger, a junior whose voice has been heard in the South Berwick-Eliot district since he first appeared in “Bye Bye Birdie” in sixth grade. Lady Marmalade will be played by junior Isabella Etro, who was seen as Elle in “Legally Blonde,” and Jack’s longtime girlfriend, Jane, will be played by Julianna Burke, who has also appeared in theatrical productions at Marshwood. “Disco Inferno” will run for four shows, March 29 and 30 and April 5 and 6, all at 7 p.m. Tickets for $8 are available in advance at www.marshwoodmusic.org or by calling Denise Brooks at the high school at 207-384-4500. Tickets at the door will be $10.

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NOrTH BerWICK – Meet Yumyum…a 10-month-old spayed female with a silky black coat. My two sisters were both adopted but no one has wanted me because I walk funny. I had a tail pull injury months ago and I still walk with a little crouch, but otherwise I’m perfectly healthy. I’m not as rambunctious as some kitties but I can run and play and I really like lots of love from humans. I get along well with other cats but could also be happy as an only cat. My foster home is nice but I need a real home of my own where I can relax and be part of the family. I hope you’ll come meet me seen on Saturday during our adoption hours or you may contact my foster mom, Lynn, at 676-5767 or

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lmanley@maine.rr.com. In addition to Yumyum, our featured pet of the week, we still have other young adult cats and a limited number of adult cats still available. We also have a number of dogs looking for loving homes. Adoption hours are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market St. in the village of North Berwick. Thrift Store Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, other hours “by chance” All profits benefit the animals in our care. Donations of items are always welcomed.

Safe Haven Humane Society WellS – This Sunday is Easter. Please join us at China Bistro, Route 1, York, for a delicious Chinese buffet, including Easter ham, from noon to 7 p.m. Pay $10.95 for all you can eat – and Safe Haven receives 50 percent of the proceeds. For more information: 361-4388. Last Saturday was a fantastic adoption day for Safe Haven. Three “special” kitties went to new homes. Misty, a 21-year-old kitty was adopted through our “assisted adoption” program. Licka, a longterm resident of The Budget Box (St. David’s Thrift Shop), was adopted by someone preparing to retire and wanting a friend. And Betsy, who’s pregnant, went to a lovely young couple who will foster her through her pregnancy, then adopt her after her babies are weaned. Each situation was unique and special, making Saturday a joyful one. One of our greatest rewards is meeting the caring people who adopt from us. Because we are no-kill, we have taken in many kitties who are older or shy or on special meds.

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All three need special people to adopt them. We are happy to work with these people during and after the adoption to ensure each cat is homed for life in a loving environment. To enable people to adopt special needs kitties, our “Assisted Adoption” program pays for the medical needs of each kitty’s unique medical condition, as long as the adopter takes the kitty to our vet. Many people want to adopt a special needs kitty but are afraid of the medical bills. We remove that worry, because the most important thing is that the kitty be adopted into a loving home. If you love tabbies, you’ll admire the beauty of Pinstripe (in photo), a neutered male, and Chewie, a spayed female. This brother-sister pair have adorable faces and gorgeous brown and black stripes. At about 9 months old, they are still very active and silly, and love being part of the action. Both Pinstripe and Chewie will be at our Adoption Center this Saturday, March 30, and hope to meet you there. These kittens love doing everything with you. In their foster home they’ve been incredible helpers. They especially love to help fold laundry. They need a home that’s organized enough to ensure they don’t jump into the washing machine, refrig-

Safe Haven Humane Society 1616 Post Rd. (Rt. 1) / PO Box 91 Wells, ME 04090

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animal Welfare Society WeST KeNNeBuNK – It’s that time! Help us be part of Kennebunk Savings’ Customer Ballot. Your vote can help us be one of the top 125 nonprofits to share in $140,000. Please take a minute to vote for AWS. Your votes mean supplies, medication, vaccines and food for our animals. Your unique code will be printed on the ballots included in your upcoming statements. Keep your eyes on your mail and visit www.animalwelfaresociety.org for more information. Mason Mason is a 11/2-year-old Hound Mix. He is a fun boy who is always looking to have a good time. Playing with toys, walking, running, bounding about outdoors, all things Mason enjoys and would love to do with people in a new home. Mason has been getting a lot of praise from our volunteer dog walkers. Elizabeth called him “very smart,” Bruce noted that he “likes long walks,” and Malte found that when spending time with him, Mason “appreciates the attention.” Mason has even been doing well learning to master commands like “sit” and “down.” He has a friendly demeanor

and would be happy to share a new home with other dogs and active children. If you’d like to adopt Mason, then stop on by the shelter today to meet him. Julie Meet Julie, a darling 10-year-old short-haired cat. As you might expect from an older cat, Julie likes to spend a lot of time relaxing and curling up on a sunny windowsill. Granted, that’s what cats of any age do, but Julie tends to do so more often. Julie might be a little cautious when meeting new people, but a little gentle petting will warm her right up. She would love to find a new home with plenty of windows she can watch the world from, cozy spots to nap in, and lots of treats to munch on. She would especially like the latter paired with a regular diet, as she could stand to put on a few pounds. Julie would be a comforting and mellow addition to practically any home. If you’d like to adopt Julie, then stop on in today to meet her. Thumb Looking for a friendly, cuddly, active, little critter to add to your home? Look no further than Thumb, an adult American Rabbit. Thumb is a

erator, toilet, or get locked into closets. Both are curious, playful and unpredictable. They even love to help you brush your teeth. They love the smell of toothpaste and are experts at swiping food off your plate. They’re now enrolled in manner school, but it isn’t working. So if you’re interested in these two darlings, be sure you have a great sense of humor, are quick on your feet and are ready for lots of laughs.

Folk Concert to Benefit ‘lucky Pup’ KeNNeBuNKPOrT – The Wicker Pigs will be featured in a benefit concert of contemporary folk music slated at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at Atlantic Hall, Cape Porpoise, 173 Main St., Kennebunkport. Tickets will be $10 at the door. Proceeds will benefit Lucky Pup Rescue. For more information, call 207-229-9990.

very, very friendly boy. He’ll come right up to see new people and really enjoys being held and cuddled. He’s also very energetic. When he gets exercise time out of his cage, Thumb will scamper all over the room, making sure to inspect everything he comes across. This fellow is certainly no slouch. Thumb would love to find a new home where he’ll gets lots cuddling, plenty of things to inspect, room to romp about when out of his cage, and, of course, a steady stream of treats. Thumb would be a great addition to most any home. If you think Thumb is just right for you, then stop on by today to meet him. Calendar of events 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. April 15 to 18 -- Daily AWS April Vacation Workshops at the shelter on Holland Road in West Kennebunk. Come for one day or all four, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. These hands-on workshops focus on animal care and handling, as well as animal welfare-related issues. There is a $30 fee per day or $100 for all four sessions. Space is limited. For more information and to register, contact our Garret at 207-985-3244 x109 or garret@ animalwelfaresociety.org.

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Robinson and Bagley are mother and daughter artists who have both found inspiration in Nancy’s father, Gordon Robinson, a locally renowned artist whose legacy is a myriad of works and the talent he passed on to his children and grandchildren. Robinson’s art is a realist’s depiction of local scenery. Through her many years

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SPORTS Boys east Triumphs at Maine Mcdonald’s all-Star Tourney BaNGOr – The Boys C/D East Senior All-Star Team defeated the Boys C/D West All-Star Team by a score of 113-100 at the Maine McDonald’s® High School Senior All-Star Basketball Games held at Husson University in Bangor. Garet Beal of JonesportBeals High School led the way for the East with 35 points, followed by Mitchell Worcester of Washburn High with 25 point-

ing, hitting five 3-pointers. Leading the West scoring was Atencio Martin of R.W. Traip Academy, Kittery, with 25 points followed by Carrington Miller of Valley High with 18. The 2013 All-Star Basketball Games marks McDonald’s 25th year as lead sponsor of this event. Net proceeds from the games benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of Maine.

Girls east Captures all-Star Win BaNGOr – The Girls A/B East Senior All-Star Team defeated the Girls A/B West All-Star Team by a score of 119-67 at the Maine McDonald’s® High School Senior All-Star Basketball Games held at Husson University in Bangor. Jordan Knowlton of Camden Hills Regional High School led the way for the East with 22 points, followed by Chandler Guerrette of Presque

Isle High with 20. Leading the West scoring was Emily Campbell of York High School with 15 points followed by Anna Hickey of Falmouth High with 13. The 2013 All-Star Basketball Games marks McDonald’s 25th year as lead sponsor of this event. Net proceeds from the Games benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC) of Maine.

York High School Boys’ Indoor Track Team Honored for Victory YOrK – State Sen. Dawn Hill (D-York) welcomes captains and coaches from the York High School Boys’ Indoor Track Team to the Maine State Senate. The team won the Class B State Championship and received legislative congratulations on their victory. Left to right are Coach Ted Hutch, Brandon LeBlanc, Joe Vogel, Thomas Reid, Sen. Hill, Kyle Morrison, Dan Galante, Coach Roger Clements. (courtesy photo)

Marshwood receives Team of the Year award POrTlaNd – The Marshwood High School Girls Team of South Berwick was named recipient of a Team of the Year Award during the Maine Red Claws/Maine McDonald’s® High School Senior All-Star Basketball Awards Banquet in Portland. The Marshwood Girls Team along with the Central

High School Boys Team each received $1,000 for their schools’ basketball programs. Eleven nominations for the 2013 Team of the Year award were submitted to the selection committee for review. The Marshwood team and Coach Lee Petrie were lauded for their performance on and off the court.

In the 2012/2013 season, the Marshwood Girls voted to donate their share of two home games’ 50/50 raffles to two organizations that they are passionate about: Project Purple, a substance abuse initiative founded by former NBA Player Chris Herren, and the Pease Greeters See TEAM page 38...

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of Portsmouth, N.H., who meet and greet military flights that are either leaving for or returning from Iraq or Afghanistan. Players wore yellow shoelaces in honor of America’s troops and veterans. The team also assisted at basketball clinics for the Marshwood Youth League. “I think what really sets this team apart is their willingness to reach out,” said Petrie. “The overall pride they carry with them whenever they represent Marshwood is so obvious, in their actions and behaviors on and off the court.”

He made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning Lincoln Center Theater production of “South Pacific” and has performed many roles with New York City Opera and with regional companies throughout the U.S. Director Shaun Kerrison also received an IRNE nomination for his work on the Ogunquit production. Kerrison was previously nominated in this category for the Ogunquit productions of “My Fair Lady” and “Sunset Boulevard.” Choreographer for the Ogunquit Playhouse production

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of “South Pacific,” Victor Wisehart received a nomination for Best Choreography in a Musical. Wisehart brought the original musical staging of Christopher Gattelli to the Ogunquit stage and was part of the original cast of the first National Tour of Lincoln Center’s Tony Awardwinning production of “South Pacific.” Other nominations for the Ogunquit Playhouse production of “South Pacific” include Best Set Design, Michael Yeargan; Best Lighting Design, Rich Latta, resident lighting designer at Ogunquit Playhouse; Best Sound Design, Jeremy Oleksa, sound designer/engineer at the Ogunquit Playhouse, and Best Musical Direction, Ken Clifton, who has worked on many productions for Ogunquit Playhouse. The IRNE Awards were founded by Beverly Creasey of the Journal Newspapers and Larry Stark of Theater Mirror in 1997. The IRNE Awards recognize the extraordinary talent in the Boston and New England theater community. The 17th Annual IRNE Award ceremony will take place on Monday, April 29, at the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts. A reception begins at 7 p.m.; the awards ceremony begins at 7:30

activist-Singer to Perform locally OGuNQuIT – Holly Near, who last fall released a new double CD called “Peace Becomes You,” will appear live at Jonathan’s Ogunquit on Friday, April 5, at 8 p.m. Her song choices range from Ce Lo Green and Keb’ Mo to Ferron and Irving Berlin. She is traveling with a band for the first time in many years. Joining Near on this tour is Julie Wolf on keyboards, Jan Martinelli on bass, David Rokeach on drums and Andre dos Santos Morgan singing support vocals.

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p.m. The ceremony is open to the public and no ticket is required. Ogunquit Playhouse season tickets are on sale now for $175 for a five-show package or $99 for a three-show package. Public ticket sales are in progress with prices ranging from $39-$78 per show. To learn more about becoming a member, or to purchase tickets and gift certificates, visit www.ogunquitplayhouse. com or call the box office at 207646-5511. The 2013 season opens with “The Rat Pack is Back!” from May 22 to June 8, and actress Sally Struthers returns to the Ogunquit Playhouse in the

Tony Award-winning Best Musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie” on stage from June 12 to July 6. Mel Brooks’ Musical “Young Frankenstein” hits the stage July 10 to 27. The playhouse is going Technicolor® with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s family musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” from July 31to Aug. 24. “Ballroom with a Twist” will be back for one week only, beginning Aug. 27. “West Side Story” is on stage from Sept. 4 to 28. “Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story,” the most popular musical in Ogunquit Playhouse history, will return to close out the season from Oct. 2 to 20.

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