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Volume 10 • Issue No. 14

Tramuto Recognized for Commitment to Social Change

Ogunquit’s Donato Tramuto, Chairman and CEO of Physicians Interactive will receive Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights Ripple of Hope Award. (courtesy photo)

OGUNQUIT Donato Tramuto, the CEO and Chairman of Physicians Interactive Inc. (PI) and a resident of Ogunquit, has been selected as one of four distinguished recipients of the 2014 Ripple of Hope Award from the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights. Tramuto joins former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton, Academy Award winner Robert De Niro and Grammy Award winner Tony Bennett as the 2014 honorees. The RFK Ripple of Hope Award recognizes leaders of the international business, entertain-

ment and activist communities who demonstrate an unmatched commitment to social change. Honorees reflect the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy’s passion for equality, justice and basic human rights. It was created to honor the ideals Senator Kennedy cited in a speech at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, in 1966: “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice,” Sen. Kennedy said that day, “he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep

down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” Tramuto, Clinton, De Niro and Bennett will receive their awards in December in New York City. Past honorees for their many contributions to advancing human rights across the globe include President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Grammy Award winner Bono and Academy Award winner George Clooney. Tramuto’s personal challenges with severe hearing loss in his youth, and later the tragic death of his sister-in-law during See TRAMUTO page 10...

York Kids Create Mobile App That Stretches Continents YORK York residents, Alexander Glidden, age 8, and his friend William Colglazier, age 9, created an award winning, international mobile app – using data about York Parks and Recreation events.

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The boys were awarded a Global Entrepreneur Award for their @Me-on-the-Move application by United Nations eGovernment Advisor Richard Kerby and Flemish ICT Minister Geert Bourgeois at DataDays 2104 – a 3-day conference in Gent, Belgium that featured open data developments from around the world. @Me-on-the-Move draws together publicly available data about events in Gent, Belgium, Athens, Greece, Cape Town, South Africa and York, Maine. The app breaks new ground by working in cities across 3 continents. “The hardest part about

making the app,” Glidden said, “was getting the data. Luckily, the clerks in the Town Hall and Parks and Rec were really patient with me. They thought it was great that a kid like me wanted to put events in York on the map.” Alongside York, Glidden See APP page 4...

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KENNEBUNK On Monday, March 24, seventeen-year-old Ethan Houle received his one true wish. Houle lives with a form of kidney disease, a life-threatening condition which qualifies him for a wish from Make-A-Wish® Maine. Houle and his mom are avid boaters from Kennebunk and his wish was to have his own boat. As part of the wish, Houle was required to take a state certified boater safety course and he hopes to pursue a captain’s li-

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cense as well. Part of the reason for choosing this wish was his desire to give back to others by teaching kids the joy of fishing and being on the ocean. Houle learned his wish would be granted by Make-AWish® Maine while participating as a special guest on board Portland Tugboat, LLC’s tug during the “Parade of Lights” this past December on Portland Harbor. While on the tug with See HOULE page 2...

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68 Hours of Hunger. Each year approximately 80 people participate and raise about $1,500. SMCG members and student potters from York High School craft bowls to sell for the event, and student chefs make soup to fill the bowls for a delicious dinner. SMCG potters and York High School faculty have also solicited the support of local restaurants to help fill these bowls with a sampling of soups, accompanied by breads. Participating restaurants include Weathervane, Norma’s, Roast n Crumb, York Harbor Inn, When Pigs Fly,

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YORK The Southern Maine Clay Guild (SMCG) and York High School, in partnership with St. George’s Episcopal Church, are proud to present Empty Bowls at St. George’s Church, York Harbor, on Thursday, April 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. Empty Bowls is an international, grassroots movement whose mission is to raise awareness and funds to aid organizations in their quest to end hunger. The beneficiaries of this, the fifth year of the Empty Bowls event, are the York Food Pantry and End

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Beach Pea Bakery, and The Fat Tomato Grill. The cost of bowls, which can be purchased the night of the event, is $15 for those made by SMCG potters for adult portions and $10 for those made by York High School students. Bowls for children age ten years or younger cost $10. The bowls are to be taken home after the event as a reminder that there is always someone in the world with an empty bowl. All money raised from the Empty Bowls event will help support the York Food Pantry and End 68 Hours of Hunger, charitable organizations that work closely with those who are foodinsecure. St. George’s Church is the host site for the York Chapter

of End 68 Hours of Hunger, and volunteers from both organizations will be on hand at the event. The Southern Maine Clay Guild was formed in 2005 out of desire among southern Maine potters to foster increased interaction and support for the area.

Located at 407 York Street, York Harbor, ME, St. George’s Episcopal Church is open and welcoming to all people. For more information, contact Mary Sweeney 207-363-6937, Holly Sault 207-363-3423, or Mary Trigg 207-363-3621.

...HOULE from page 1 his mother, wish granters, and supporters of Make-A-Wish® Maine, Houle was surprised with the news. Now, just in time for boating season, Ethan can enjoy his new boat, aptly named “Ethan’s Wish.” Make-A-Wish® Maine worked with Portland Yacht Services in Portland to put together a special package for Houle’s

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Vicki Monroe’s Appearance to Benefit Project Graduation

WELLS Internationally renowned spirit messenger, psychic medium and cold case file investigator Vicki Monroe will make an appearance before an audience at Jonathan’s Restaurant in Ogunquit on April 11 at 8 pm. Project Graduation for the Class of 2014 at Wells High School has announced that a portion of ticket proceeds from Monroe’s presentation will be donated to Project Graduation to

help with their efforts to provide a safe and chemical free night of celebration for graduating seniors after commencement in June. “Project Graduation is near and dear to my heart, and I do this not only for the senior class but in memory of my dad, Charlie, who graduated in the (WHS) class of 1959, and in memory of my sister Heather, who was a member of the class of 1982,” commented Monroe. “We all had such wonderful stories to share and memo-

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ries of Wells High were a very big part of our lives.” Both Monroe and Jonathan West of Jonathan’s Restaurant are graduates of Wells High School. According to her website, www.vickimonroe.com, “Vicki has been seeing, hearing, and communicating with the spirit world since the age of three and has been providing her services as a psychic medium professional for over two decades.” On April 21 at 9 pm eastern standard time,

her new cable television program, “Cell Block Psychic” will air on Investigation Discovery. According to a Project Graduation committee member, several audience members for the Ogunquit show will be randomly selected for a psychic reading by Monroe. Tickets can be purchased at Jonathans Restaurant at 92 Bourne Lane in Ogunquit or by calling 207-646-4777. More information is available at www. jonathansogunquit.com.

...APP from page 1 and Colglazier approached public administrators in Holyoke, Mass. and Cape Town, South Africa. “The competition already provided data from Europe,” Glidden continued. “But we really wanted to do something different by helping to take York global and mobile.” “I went to the Town Hall the day I was leaving to move to Cape Town,’’ Colglazier said, “because I really wanted to do something to show the way the

Citadel Project Coordinator. “We never dreamed when we set out that our tools would enable an 8-year-old to create an app that works across 3 continents – Let alone in five minutes!’’ Glidden and Colglazier would particularly like to thank April Calcina and Catherine Harman from the Town Hall and Brenda Bracy from the Parks and Recreations Department for helping to make their dreams come true. The boys plan to donate their prize money to help a school in a South African township in Cape Town buy computers. For more information on Citadel on the Move, visit www. citadelonthemove.eu/en-us/ cities.aspx.

world is getting smaller. I had to do a bit of explaining about what Open Data is but everyone was incredibly helpful. Now, I want to build an app for Old York and maybe even the Chamber of Commerce.’’ “Citadel-on-the-Move set out to make it easier for people to use open data to create applications that would work across city borders,’’ said Geert Mareels, ICT Manager for the Flemish eGovernment Authority and

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~ News ~ March 30 Named “Vietnam War Remembrance Day” Governor Paul LePage recently designated March 30 as Vietnam War Remembrance Day, in recognition of the service and sacrifice of those veterans of the United States Armed Forces who served during the Vietnam War. People of the state of Maine are urged to observe the day with appropriate celebration and activity. The proclamation, signed February 27 in Augusta, noted: “48,000 Men and women from the State of Maine served the Nation’s call in Vietnam while an additional 16,000 Mainers were serving worldwide during the Vietnam War Era. “The State of Maine has 343 names etched on the black granite wall in the nation’s capitol and 12 of our young men are still missing in Southeast Asia. “As a state, we acknowledge our deep respect and admiration of our men and women Vietnam veterans by setting aside March 30 as Vietnam War Remembrance Day. “On this day, we recall these sacrifices and say to those who served, those who gave their lives, those who were disabled,

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Smith to Publish Collection of Advice for New Grads

Former WCSH6 executive producer Becki Smith welcomes her latest professional project at a launch celebration at the new Sherman’s Bookstore in Portland. The project, a labor of love and a personal calling, is a collection of advice for young people about to start their career paths entitled “Starting Out: Life Lessons for Graduates.” The party is the inaugural event for the bookstore. Designed to be both inspiring and affirming for the new graduate, Smith drew upon her own life experience and that of her many friends and colleagues to create this unique collection of good advice, ranging from humorous “dos” and “don’ts” to heartfelt encouragement for those who have just hung up their caps and gowns and are staring down the future in a tough job market. Over 80 New England voices are

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Ipcar, Pete Kilpatrick, Jonathan Edwards, Rob Caldwell, Tess Gerritsen, Brett Wickard, Jeff Inglis, Tim Farrell, David Turin, and Mark Bessire. Of particular interest to Sentinel readers are the entries by Ogunquit Playhouse Artistic Director Bradford T. Kenney, Geoff and Mike Howe, Stonewall Kitchen’s Jim Stott and The Weekly Sentinel’s former owner Mark Wilcox, who before his passing shared these thoughts “I had the benefit of a very close family to steer me in the right direction hoping that I would follow their advice. I knew from the start that I was destined to be a newspaperman from when I sold papers as a youngster to now as publisher of my own small community newspaper. I never lost sight of the goals I set for myself”. It all began a few years ago when Smith’s son, Jake, was preparing for his own graduation. Smith wracked her brain for an original and truly meaningful gift to give him. “I thought about the usual gifts — money,

electronics, travel — but they all seemed so fleeting,” recalls Smith. “I wanted to send my son into the world with something more substantial, something that would stand with him over the years.” She decided to gather the best advice for him she could find, and to do so, reached out to the many executives, artists, performers, educators, writers, politicians, and entrepreneurs she had featured on her TV shows, “207” and “Bill Green’s Maine” and asked them to contribute a personal entry. Those contributions became a private, handmade book that has now gone on to have another life with the publication of this current trade edition. “I am delighted that Islandport Press is excited to share what

was a personal book for my son’s graduation with others,” says Smith. “I know that the stories and advice so generously given by individuals whose accomplishments we are all familiar with will touch a chord, and hopefully help to make others’ strides toward success a little easier.” Smith has long held a special interest in telling real stories of real people living successful lives after school. Smith lives with her husband in Portland, Maine, and teaches writing for media at Southern Maine Community College. “Starting Out: Life Lessons for Graduates” will be released on April 17 at Sherman’s Book Store, 49 Exchange Street in Portland. For more information, visit www.islandportpress.com.

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~ News ~ The Soup Series: History... with a Side of Soup YORK The Museums of Old York presents the final installment in The Soup Series, in which each event features a speaker on an historical topic, followed by a simple dinner of soup and bread in historic Jefferds Tavern. The Wednesday, April 9 event will feature Doug Tuttle, Vice Commodore and Commodore of the Agamenticus

Yacht Club from 2005 to 2013. He worked with another past Commodore, Joey Donnelly, to research the 75 year history of the club using primary source documents, newspapers, and first person accounts from long time members of the Club. Their research was complied into a book entitled “The Agamenticus Yacht Club of York Harbor, Maine: Celebrating the First 75

Years, 1938 to 2013.” Tuttle will present highlights from the book along with classic photos and discuss the Club’s connection to the York community. Following Tuttle’s presentation, attendees will enjoy

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Saturday, April 5 Bean Supper

All you can eat 5-6 pm for $7 adults, children 5-10 years $3, under 5 is free. West Kennebunk United Methodist Church, 160 Alfred Road in West Kennebunk. FMI: 207-9856632.

Cheep-Cheep Easter Sale

8 am to 1 pm at the Limington Town Hall on Rt 11. Plastic eggs, baskets, plush, novelties, gifts and household. Hundreds of 25-cent items.

DAR Location Change

Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be holding the next meeting

at 10 am at Christ Church, 6 Dane Street in Kennebunk. The program will be “Philanthropic Giving to Maine Schools” presented by David and Sandy Perloff. Refreshments will be served and a business meeting will follow. FMI: 207-324-6202.

Monday, April 7 Photographic Presentation

Photographer and traveler Michael Perry will do a slide show presentation at 3 p.m. at Atria in Kennebunk. It will include a look at surrounding Maine vistas and historic homes and locales of Portland. Light refreshments will be served. Free. FMI: 207-985-5866.

About the End of Life

“Starting the Conversation about End of Life” presented both April 7 & April 14, noon to 1 pm at Southern Maine Health Center, 1 Medical Center Drive in Biddeford. Speaker: Jackie Roberge, Patient Advocate, Cancer Care Center.

RSU 21 To Hold Public Forum

RSU 21 will hold a public forum at the Kennebunk Elementary School Gymnasium at 7 pm. For more detailed information, including a line-by-line accounting of the proposed budget and the impact to a taxpayer in each communities, visit www.rsu21.net.

Tuesday, April 8 School Budget Hearing

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6 to 9 pm at 34 North Street in Kennebunkport. Class is limited to 20 participants. Sponsored by Kennebunkport Emergency Medical Service and Kennebunkport Public Health. Donations accepted. FMI: 207-967-4401.

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Meeting on at 7 pm at the York County Court House, 45 Kennebunk Rd. in Alfred. Ken Quinn, Coalitions Director for Maine for the Convention of States Project, will explain the history and mechanics of a convention called under Article V of the US Constitution, the results of prior such conventions, what amendments might be considered, and how to get involved in this project. The committee will also welcome as voting members the new Municipal Chairmen elected

at the recent Republican Municipal Caucuses. FMI: nford.wellsgop@ gmail.com.

Better Breathers Club

A pulmonary rehabilitation support group open to anyone interested in learning more about pulmonary disease and improving their quality of life. Small group sessions allow participants to share experiences and learn in a comfortable and caring environment. 1 to 2:30 pm at SMHC Physicians, 9 Healthcare Drive in Biddeford. Free. FMI: 207283-7773.

Better Balance, Safer You

In collaboration with the SMHC Rehabilitation Department, Huntington Common is holding a Lunch and Learn on Fall Prevention “Better Balance, Safer You!” from 12 to 1:30 pm at 1 Huntington Common Dr. in Kennebunk. Please RSVP at 207-985-2810.

Berwick American Legion Auxiliary

Meeting at 7 pm at the Berwick Town Hall on Sullivan Street. Open to anyone who would like to meet these members and learn about projects that benefit veterans and the community. Any woman veteran or relative is encouraged to come and see for themselves. FMI: President Diana Lapierre 207-698-1762.

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7:45 am Networking. 8 am Presentation of “Conducting Effective Meetings”, seminar with York County Toastmasters. Toastmasters International is a 90 year old organization dedicated to improving individuals’ public speaking and organizational leadership. Held at the Chamber Office, 16 Water Street in Kennebunk. $5 members / $10 non-members. Registration is limited to 20 attendees so register early: 207-967-0857 or members@ visitthekennebunks.com.

Legacy Writers Group

Chapter will present its free Kittery Legacy Writers from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road. They help those with Alzheimer’s or related dementias to write their life story for loved ones or just themselves. Advanced registration is required. FMI: bkirkpatrick@alz.org or 207-772-0115.

10 Minute Musicals

Pianist Gregory Hall will perform at 2 pm at Atria Kennebunk. This event is free to the public. FMI: 207-985-5866.

Thursday, April 10 Woodcock Watch

7 - 8:30 pm, discover the mysterious American woodcock, a shorebird that lives in the forest and performs a remarkable sunset display. Leader Paul Dest has long been fascinated by the famed timberdoodle. $7/$5. Reservations required. FMI: Wells Reserve at Laudholm, 207-646-1555, wellsreserve.org. (Also presented April 11)

Friday, April 11 Young Widow & Widowers Support Group

Hosted by Center for Grieving Children. 6:30 to 8 pm at Cancer Care Center, 27 Industrial Avenue, Sanford. Free. Registration is required: 207-775-5216. (Also presented April 25)

Owl Prowl

6 - 7:30 pm, meet under the Center for Wildlife education pavilion, and learn about whooo’s making all that noise this time of year. Center for Wildlife educators will introduce our owl ambassadors and we’ll learn about their adaptations, habitats, and how to spot them or find signs of them in the wild. Then, we’ll head down the vernal pool nature trail and go prowling for our mysterious friends. $5 suggested donation, all

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Friday, April 11 - Sunday, April 13 Ogunquit’s 24th Annual Patriots’ Day Celebrations

From historical characters walking the streets to musterings, fife & drum concerts, re-enactments, a cookout, taste-tests, and a craft fair, this weekend is a long-time favorite for many visitors. (Please note that due to Easter falling on the actual Patriots’ Day weekend in 2014, our celebration has been moved to the previous weekend.)

FMI: www.visitogunquit.org.

Saturday, April 12 Breakfast with Easter Bunny

All-you-can-eat pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 am at the Sanford Masonic Hall, 16 Elm Street in Sanford (next door to the library). Hosted by the Sanford Rainbow Girls. $5 per person (under 5 free) with proceeds going to the Rainbow Girls to help with their charitable work. FMI: 207-332-2134. Breakfast with the Easter Bunny For children 10 and under at 9 am at the York Elks Lodge. Free. FMI: 207-361-2788.

Silent Auction, Italian Dinner

Benefit The New School. Peruse more than 100 great items such as African photo safaris, vacations at camps and hotels, gift

certificates to local restaurants and businesses and much more, for only $5. The auction will be held at the Unitarian Church on Rt. 1 in Kennebunk from 5:30 – 8 pm. FMI: 207-985-3745.

Baked Bean and Pasta Supper

4:30 – 6 pm ay M.L.Day School, Limerick Road in Arundel. $7/ person, children under 5 free. Raffles and historical displays. Proceeds to benefit the Arundel Historical Society. FMI: 207-2839699.

Sandi Tucker Kennedy Benefit

An evening of live acoustic music (all genres) to benefit Sandi Tucker Kennedy’s family. See her story at www.youcaring.com. Refreshments and a buffet table also available for your enjoyment. Suggested donations of $5. 6:30

- 9:30 pm at Second Christian Congregational Church, 33 Government St. in Kittery. FMI: 207439-3903.

Kittery Lions Club Flea Market

8 am to 2 pm at 117 State Road in Kittery. FMI: 207-439-3378.

Turkey Supper

4 - 6 pm in the Church Vestry at the First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main Street in South Berwick. Cost is $9 for adults, $8 for seniors, $5 for children 12 and under, 5 and under free.

Sunday, April 13

Patriotic Pooch Pageant & Fashion Show

Show off your furry friend in a Patriots’ Day Celebration at 12 pm at Liquid Dreams (Rte. 1, north of Ogunquit). Free to enter. Win prizes! Featuring adoptable dogs from AWS. Pageant participants will be split into two categories for judging: Stars and stripes - dogs wearing red, white, and blue patriotic costumes, and Favorite Americans Marilyn Monroe, Abe Lincoln, John Wayne, etc. (weather permitting)

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ease management. In 2001, he founded The Tramuto Foundation following the September 11 terrorist attacks in honor of two close friends and their 3-year-old son who were on United Flight 175, the second plane to hit the World Trade Center. The Tramuto Foundation provides educational grants to youths with unique challenges to help overcome adversity and build the confidence necessary to achieve personal excellence. Over the last 13 years, The Tramuto Foundation provided financial assistance to several individuals, families and programs in need. It provided funding to rebuild the home of a Hurricane Katrina family with a special needs child; a full sponsorship grant to teach English to an entire Cambodian village; the support of an Emergency Healthcare Services program with an AIDS/HIV center; the installation of advanced technology at

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a Maine playhouse to allow the hearing impaired to enjoy the performances; and the funding of high school education of four young adults in need through a partner organization in Kenya. Recently, the Foundation also announced the approval of four five-year grants to address gaps in healthcare and education around the globe. In 2011, following the devastating effects from the earthquake in Haiti, Tramuto and Physicians Interactive partnered with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights to create Health eVillages, an effort to “heal-the-villages” both in Haiti and around the world. Today, Health eVillages provides handheld devices, such as smartphones, iPod Touches and iPads, preloaded with specialized medical reference content and clinical decision support tools powered by the Omnio medical app, to clinicians in the most challenging clinical environments worldwide. The impact of the difference Health eVillages makes is demonstrated in Lwala, Kenya, where infant mortality has been reduced from 95 deaths per thousand births to less than 40 per thousand since the program began its support. To date, Health eVillages has made critical improvements to patient care and helped save lives in pilots around the world including Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, Haiti, Ethiopia and rural Louisiana. In December 2013, under Tramuto’s leadership more than $150,000 was raised to support the new construction of the first Health eVillages Maternity Clinic in Lwala. The clinic will offer additional beds for mothers pre- and post-delivery and also house a pharmacy. In February, Tramuto announced the expansion of Health eVillages in India through a partnership with Dr. B. R. Lakshmi, Founder and Director of the Molecular Diagnostics Counseling, Care and Research Center (MDCRC) which provides support to children afflicted with muscular diseases in India. Health eVillages is providing tablets, medical content, and portable projectors to community health workers at MDCRC who will travel to rural areas and educate the families and communities of children who are suffering from the muscular diseases. “I am humbled to receive this award on behalf of all the teams at the great business and philanthropic organizations that I have had the privilege of leading,” said Tramuto. “As a young child battling a disability, I was inspired by Senator Kennedy’s dedication to equal and human rights for all, and I have tried to live by those principles throughout my life. It is with great pride that I accept this award.”


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Health & Fitness “Smackerley’s Crew and Kate Too� Walk for Cystic Fibrosis YORK Cystic Fibrosis is a devastating inherited disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the US. A defective gene causes the body to produce unusually thick, sticky mucus that clogs the lungs and obstructs the pancreas. So far, there is no cure. Great Strides is a fun, family-friendly event that raises awareness and support for people with CF and their

York Hospital Birth Announcements Born: December 4, 2013 Zoey Elizabeth Brillant, baby daughter of Christina Marie Brillant and Eric Paul Brillant of York, ME. Proud grandparents are Raymond and Sheila Knight of Richmond, ME and Betty Brillant of Brunswick, ME. Happy sibling is Cailey May Brillant. Born: January 4, 2014 Mercedes Anne Davis, baby daughter of Lindsay Bourgeois and James Davis II of Kittery, ME. Proud grandparents are Greg and Kim Bourgeois of Moosup, CT and Tanya and James Davis of Kittery, ME. Born: January 13, 2014 Emma Katerina Theriault, baby daughter of Scott P. and Donka B. Theriault of Berwick, ME. Proud grandparents are Paul J. and Judith M. Theriault of York, ME and Bancho G. Patev and Katinka N. Patev of Lovech, Bulgaria. Happy siblings are Alec Scott Theriault and Nicholas Scott Theriault.

families. Each year there are walks all over the country that help raise money. Here in the seacoast there are several walks, including one in York. Samantha Ackerley and Kate Marshall, both from York and who both have Cystic Fibrosis, have created a team walking for Cystic Fibrosis. Join “Smackerley’s Crew and Kate Too�, on May 18 to walk along Long Sands Beach in York Beach. Ackerly, age 16, has had Cystic Fibrosis (CF) all her life. She and four friends created “Team Smackerley� seven years ago, after several years participating in the Great Strides walk. “I am excited to join together with Kate to create one big team.� said Ackerly. The donations from the

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The study drew on 16 years of white-footed mouse mark-andrecapture data collected at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, N.Y.

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as well as other variables like its tag ID and sex. Lead author Michelle Hersh, a past Cary Institute postdoctoral researcher, is now at Sarah Lawrence College. “White-footed mice are reservoirs for the agents that cause Lyme disease, anaplasmosis, and babesiosis. Larval blacklegged ticks can become infected when they feed on mice. These ticks can then transmit illness to people during their next blood meal.” Understanding the ecology of tick-borne illness is essential to human health. Prior Cary Institute research revealed a positive relationship between white-footed mouse numbers and the abundance of blacklegged ticks infected with the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. But little was known about the impact that feeding larval ticks had on white-footed mouse survival. To answer this question, Hersh and colleagues developed a model using the Cary Institute’s long-term ‘capture history’ data. If black-legged ticks had a negative effect on mice, it was expected that heavy tick burdens would lead to a decrease in mouse survival and fewer feeding opportunities for future ticks. Conversely, if mice were tolerant of ticks, heavily parasitized animals would survive as long as their parasite-free counterparts, and tick feeding opportunities would abound. Hersh notes, “Ticks feed on blood. It seemed obvious that they should have a negative impact on mice. But our analysis found that larval ticks had few measurable effects on white-footed mouse survival, and none that were negative. This held true even in stressful years, when mouse numbers were high or acorn resources were scarce. There was also an unexpected positive association between tick burdens and within-season survival in male mice.” The authors provide several scenarios that could explain why infested male mice were likely to survive. Among them: habitat most conducive to mouse survival (i.e. dense vegetation) may also favor ticks, dominant mice with large home ranges may encounter more ticks, and mice with heavy tick burdens may exhibit more riskaverse behavior. Co-author Shannon LaDeau, also a disease ecologist at the Cary Institute, concludes, “Our findings underscore the

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People living in northern and central parts of the U.S. are more likely to contract Lyme disease and other tick-borne ailments when white-footed mice are abundant. Mice are effective at transferring disease-causing pathogens to feeding ticks. And, according to an in-press paper in the journal Ecology, these “super hosts” appear indifferent to larval tick infestations. Drawing on 16 years of field research performed at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in

Millbrook, New York, the paper found that white-footed mice with hundreds of larval ticks survived just as long as those with only a few ticks. Even more surprising, male mice with large tick loads were more likely to survive during a given season. Richard Ostfeld, a disease ecologist at the Cary Institute, was among the study’s authors. “Our findings were counterintuitive. By definition, ticks are parasites. But tick burdens were not correlated with reductions in

white-footed mouse survival or overwintering success, and they didn’t slow population growth. It looks like ticks are getting a free lunch.” Conclusions were based on an analysis of 5,587 ‘capture histories’ recorded between 1995 and 2011. Every 3-4 weeks, from the peak of larval tick activity in midsummer until the end of the mouse breeding season in fall, mice were trapped on the Cary Institute’s campus. On their first capture, animals were outfitted with ear tags. Each time a mouse was trapped researchers recorded the number of ticks on the animal,

at York Hospital in Wells, getting a vaccine isn’t a shot in the dark. Get up to date with York Hospital’s Immunization Services. See below for recommendations and reserve your appointment today! Pneumonia (recommended for all adults 65 years old and up) Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that can cause mild to severe illness in people of all ages. Common signs of pneumonia can include cough, fever, and difficulty breathing. Everyone over the age of 65 should receive a one time Pneumonia vaccine. Others that have certain health conditions may need the vaccine earlier, at the discretion of their Provider.

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Health & Fitness Healthy Meals Made Fast Busy families are increasingly looking to free up time in their busy schedules. While certain shortcuts can make daily life more manageable, families sometimes pay too steep a price in their efforts to save time. Such is the case at the dinner table, where nutrition is often sacrificed at the expense of convenience. But quick and easy meals need not be void of nutrition and flavor. North Americans have increasingly turned to fast food, convenience items and dining out as an alternative to homecooked meals. However, such processed foods are often unhealthy. According to the book, “Eat It to Beat It!” by David Zinczenko, the average restaurant meal contains 58 grams of fat, or about 90 percent of the

recommended daily fat intake for an average person. What’s more, 70 percent of the average American’s caloric intake is derived solely from processed foods. Moderation plays a crucial role when crafting a healthy diet. Families can enjoy the occasional meal out provided they are careful about what they eat during other times of the week or month. Time-pressed families can employ a few strategies to help them eat better by enjoying more home-cooked meals. Make a list of favorite meals. Start by thinking about what foods the entire household enjoys. Create a meal-planning schedule so that you can purchase all of the ingredients at once for the week so you aren’t making any time-consuming last-minute

trips to the store. Shop off-peak hours. Visit the supermarket during off-peak hours, such as early morning or late at night. Avoid Sunday afternoons when stores are often crowded. Shopping during off-peak hours can save you time. Separate bulk purchases into smaller portions. Take the time to divide larger packages of meat or produce into smaller portions more appropriate for the family. Frozen meats will defrost more quickly, and it’s easy to grab just what you need to pull together a meal. Prep like a pro. When you have free time, wash and cut vegetables, then store them away. Cook larger quantities of foods you eat often, such as pasta or chicken. These ingredients can be used in many different meals. Having them pre-

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cooked or partially cooked cuts down on the cooking time during the week. Think ahead to which leftovers can be turned into new meals. Perhaps those grilled chicken breasts can be turned into fajitas or used as the base of a soup or stew later in the week. Enlist some help. More hands in the kitchen can make for faster work. When schedules overlap, have someone peel potatoes in the morning and set them into a bowl of water in the refrigerator to used that evening. Another person can arrive home from school or work and start seasoning meat or poultry while someone else can be in charge of the actual cooking when he or she arrives home. Working together cuts down on the amount of time any one person has to spend making meals. Embrace the slow cooker. Slow cookers are a boon to busy families. Various ingredi-

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Exercise and The Older Woman The aging process has a way of making people riskaverse. Financial advisors typically recommend that men and women steer clear of risky investments as they age, and men and women over 50 often make lifestyle choices to reduce their risk of developing certain medical conditions. As women age, some may feel exercise is simply too risky. Hormonal changes brought on by aging decrease a woman’s bone density, and that

fact makes many women over 50 hesitant to embrace exercise. But exercise plays a key role in helping women over 50 secure their long-term health and reduce their risk of injury. Exercise promotes independence. Some women feel that exercising after 50 increases their risk of injury, which can make them overly dependent on their loved ones. But exercise, in particular strength training, slows bone de-

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The Dance Hall Celebrates 3 Years

KITTERY The Dance Hall in Kittery opened its doors to the public for the first time with an afternoon of free dance classes for the community. Since then, the hall has been full of, not only classes but, a diverse array of music, dance and performance events, meetings, a history project, a ukulele festival, and the annual Portsmouth Percussive Dance Festival. To celebrate its three year anniversary, on Friday, April 11 at 7:30 pm, the Dance Hall is featuring one of its favorite performers, Gary Sredzienski, and his band, “The Serfs.” “Gary has performed at the

Dance Hall twice and both times brought the house down,” said director Drika Overton. “He’s such a magnetic performer.” The Serfs are a popular Seacoast band that have been delighting audiences for more than 20 years with a unique blend of instruments and musical genres. The band formed in 1989 when accordionist Gary Sredzienski was strolling from table to table playing traditional music at a Polish wedding and met the popular Portsmouth, NH, surf/ rockabilly band once known as the “Beach Cowboys.” These two musical acts fused and gave birth to a unique group, combining traditional world music with

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Award-winning Nellie McKay Appears at Jonathan’s April 5 OGUNQUIT Hailed by “The New Yorker” as “funny and touching, ceaselessly clever and scarily talented,” Nellie McKay just finished an extended run in the offBroadway hit “Old Hats” (winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Alternative Theatrical Experience and Drama Desk award for Outstanding Revue). She will appear at Jonathan’s in

The Wedding Singer to Open at the Star Theater in Kittery KITTERY Patrick Dorow Productions has assembled an all-star cast and band of area teens to perform in a professional production of “The Wedding Singer.” The show will run April 4 to April 6 at the Star Theatre at the Kittery Community Center (120 Rogers Road, Kittery). The “Wedding Singer” is a romantic comedy musical based on the 1998 film “The Wedding Singer.” In 1985, rockstar wannabe Robbie Hart is New Jersey’s favorite wedding singer. He’s the life of the party, until his own fiancée leaves

him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own. Enter Julia, a winsome waitress who wins his affection. As luck would have it, Julia is about to be married to a Wall Street shark, and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a decade, the woman of his dreams will be gone forever. Show dates and times are April 4 at 7:30 pm, April 5 at 2 pm and 7:30 pm, and April 6 at 2 pm. Tickets are $20, $18 for seniors 65 or older, $15 for students and children. For more information visit www.PatrickDorowProductions.com.

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Jury Into the Art Guild of the Kennebunks KENNEBUNK – Judith Kinsman, the Art Guild of the Kennebunks (AGK) membership chairperson, announces that Saturday, April 12, is the annual opportunity for area artists to jury for acceptance. Artists must preregister to attend the Saturday, April 12, jurying for acceptance into the Art Guild. This is the only opportunity this year for artists to be admitted into the AGK. Registration forms, guidelines and additional details are available from Kinsman by calling 207-229-9659 or emailing judith@judithkinsman.com. At 12:00 noon, pre-registered artists may leave five examples of their art in the same medium at the Brick Store Museum Program Center behind the museum with entrance at 4 Dane Street (across from the Town Hall), Kennebunk. Artists must pick up their art at 3 pm the same day. Applicants will be notified by mail of the results of the jurying. See GUILD page 28...


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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Deadline for Jewett House Art Submissions Extended SOUTH BERWICK Local artists are sending in their submissions to Historic New England’s Sarah Orne Jewett House for a juried contemporary art exhibition to open June 1. Here By The Sea: Contemporary Art of the Piscataqua will be the inaugural exhibition

at the museum’s new visitor center. The deadline for submissions has been extended to April 10. Historic New England encourages artists living or working in this region to submit up to two works for consideration. Artwork can be two- or three-

dimensional, the work must be able to hang on a wall and cannot exceed 4” depth. The jury includes Richard Nylander, curator emeritus, Historic New England; Brian Chu, professor of fine art, University of New Hampshire; Justin Bloom, president, Berwick Art Association; and Raegan Russell, art department chair, Berwick Academy. Application and further

information, call site manager, Brooke Steinhauser at 207-3842454.

details can be found online at www.HistoricNewEngland. org/HereByTheSea. For more

! y a w d a o r B s a ig b s a Shows

OPA Film Series Presents “Singin’ In The Rain” gems. It will be shown on a full wall-size screen using quality projection equipment generously provided to Ogunquit Performing Arts by Kennebunk

Savings Bank. As always admission is free as is the popcorn. For more information please visit the OPA web-site at: www.ogunquitperformingarts. org.

YAA Show Explores Abstraction YORK York Art Association will open its next show “An Abstract Exploration” on April 3. Show chairperson Ellen Ryder Griffin describes this show as “a celebration of departure from accurate representation and freedom of abstract expression through two and three dimensional mediums.” This is a juried show open to members and non-members of York Art Association. The judge and featured artist is

Strafford, NH photographer Pat Kennedy Corlin. Corlin returned from Africa recently where she has been working with non-profit Art in Tanzania and the Maasai Cultural Preservation program. The show will run until April 27, Thursday through Sunday, 12 to 5 pm. The public is invited to attend the opening reception on Friday, April 4 from 4 to 6 pm. The York Art Association is located at 394 York Street (Rte 1A) in York.

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SEASON

OGUNQUIT Don’t miss “one of the greatest and most successful musicals ever filmed,” presented at the Dunaway Center, 23 School Street in Ogunquit on Wednesday, April 9 at 7 pm and sponsored by Ogunquit Performing Arts. This 1952 classic film stars Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor. Also turning in memorable performances are costars Cyd Charisse and Jean Hagen. The setting is Hollywood during the transition to talkies, with Hagen giving the performance of a lifetime as Kelly’s silent screen costar, whose voice could shatter glass. Kelly’s title number and O’Connor’s “Make ‘Em Laugh” are just two highlights in a film packed with

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Chinese Menu APPETIZERS

VIETNAMESE CUISINE

C1. Crab Rangoons (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.25 C2. Egg Rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.75 C3. Spring Rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00 C4. Vegetable Spring Rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00 C5. Scallion Pancake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.95 C6. Pan-Fried or Steamed Dumplings (6) . 7.95 C7. Edamame Steamed salted soy bean pods . . . . .5 .95 C7A.Chicken Karoage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.95 Japanese deep fried crispy chicken served with spicy mayo.

C8. Fried Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C9. Pork Strips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C10. Boneless Spareribs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C11. Barbecued Spareribs (on the bone) . . . . . 10.50 C12. Teriyaki Beef or Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C12A. Teriyaki Mixed Chicken and Beef. . 10.95 Cl3. Fried Chicken Fingers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.75 C14. Fried Chicken Wings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.95 C15. Fried Wontons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.95 C16. Pu Pu Platter Egg roll, boneless spareribs, chicken

fingers, teriyaki beef, fried shrimp, fried wantons, crab rangoons, and chicken wings. Substitution charge $1.00 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake.

For Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.95 Tidbit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.95 PARTY TRAY 100 pieces from take-out menu! . . . . 79.00 For take-out only, no substitutions please - Egg roll (10), wings (15), teriyaki beef (8), chicken fingers (15), crab rangoons (15), fried wontons (1 box), chicken teriyaki (8), boneless spareribs (1 box), and pork fried rice (1 box).

SOUPS

Small Large

C22. Roast Pork or Chicken Noodles Soup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00 6.50 C23. Bean Curd with Vegetables . . . . . .4.00 6.50 C24. Wonton Soup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00 6.50 C25. Egg Drop Soup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00 6.50 C26. Hot and Sour Soup. . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00 6.50

FRIED RICE C31. Plain Fried Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.75 C32. Roast Pork, Chicken, Beef or Veggies8.05 C33. Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.00 C34. Lobster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.95 C35. House Fried Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.95 Roast pork, chicken, shrimp, egg and lettuce.

C36. Seafood Fried Rice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.95

Shrimp, scallops, lobster meat, pine nuts, scallion, egg and lettuce.

C37. Bamboo Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.95 Southeast Asia style with glutinous rice (sweet rice) fried with sausage, mushroom, peas, carrot, peanuts, cilantro, and oyster sauce. Meatless option offered.

KIMCHI FRIED (KOREAN)

Kimchi, peas, carrot, and egg with spicy bean paste. Choice of:

C38. Tofu or Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C39. Bacon, Chicken or Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.95 C40. Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.95

CHOW MEIN / CHOP SUEY Chow Mein only served with crispy noodles.

C42. Chicken, Fresh Pork, Beef or Veggies* 8.75 C43. Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.75 C44. House Special Pork, chicken, shrimp, ham . 10.70

HONG KONG STYLE CHOW MEIN

Pan-fried thin egg noodles topped with veggies and meat choice.

C50. Chicken, Beef, Pork, and Vegetable. . .l3.95 C51. Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.95 C52. House Special Pork, chicken, shrimp, ham . . . 15.95 C53. Seafood Shrimp, scallop, lobster meat. . . . . . . . 19.95

CHOW FUN / MEI FUN C59. Chow Fun / Mei Fun

Flat rice noodles (chow fun) or thin rice noodles (mei fun) cook with egg. Choice of:

Beef, Chicken, or Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.95 Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 House Special Pork, chicken, shrimp, ham . . . . . . . .l3.95 Seafood Shrimp, scallop, lobster meat . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.95 C60. Singapore Chow Mei Fun . . . . . . . . . 13.95 Singapore style thin rice noodles with curry sauce, shrimp, roast pork, chicken, egg and ham.

LO MEIN Soft egg noodles.

C66. Plain Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C67. Lo Mein Choice of:

Roast Pork, Chicken, Beef, or Veggies . . . . . 9.95 Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.95 House Special Roast pork, chicken, ham, shrimp . . . 12.95 Seafood Shrimp, scallop, lobster meat . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.95 C68. Satay Noodle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 Soft noodle stir fried with special pungent shrimp mix sauce.

C62. Pho Special

Rice noodle in our rich broth. Topped with onion and cilantro and comes with a side of vegetables consisting of bean sprouts, basil lime and chili pepper. Choice of:

Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 Chicken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.95 Seafood Shrimp, fish ball, lobster meat, scallop . . . . . . 17.95

EGG FOO YOUNG Choice of:

Roast Pork, Chicken, or Vegetable . . . . . . . . 8.95 Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 House Special Roast pork, chicken, beef, ham, shrimp 10.95

HEALTHY CHOICE

Served with steamed white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75.

C78. Steamed Mixed Vegetables . . . . . . . . 8.95 C79. Steamed Mixed Veggies with Bean Curd. .9.95 C80. Steamed Chicken with Vegetables. 11.25 C81. Steamed Shrimp with Vegetables . 13.95 C82. Steamed Scallops with Vegetables. 14.95

VEGETARIAN

Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75.

C88. Mixed Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.50 C89. Chinese Broccoli with Oyster sauce . 10.75 C90. Eggplant with Garlic Sauce . . . . . . . 10.75 C91. Sauteed Black Mushrooms and Bamboo Shoots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.75 C92. Golden Crispy Bean Curd . . . . . . . . . . 10.75 Deep fried bean curd served with chef special sauce.

Served with 5 pieces. Extra pancake, add $0.75.

Only $12.95

LUNCH/DINNER

C73. Egg Foo Young

C93. Tangy and Spicy String Beans. . . C94. Buddha’s Delight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C95. General Tso’s Tofu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C96. Szechuan Style Bean Curd . . . . . . . . C97. Moo Shu Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

ALL DAY SUNDAY BUFFET

10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 11.95

STIR FRIED MEAT

Served with steamed white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.15. Chicken Beef Pork

C103. Broccoli. . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C104. Mixed Vegetables . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C105. Chinese Greens. . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C106. Green Pepper with Onion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C107. Fresh Mushrooms . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C108. Straw Mushrooms with Pea Pods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C109. Shredded Vegetable .10.95 12.45 10.75 C110. Vegetables with Tofu . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C111. Black Bean Sauce . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C112. Cashew . . . . . . . . . . . . .13.45 14.70 12.45 C113. String Bean. . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C114. Kung Po . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C115. Hunan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C116. General Tso’s . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 13.45 N/A

COMBO

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SPECIALS Lunch $7.25-10.95 Mon-Sat 11-3:30 Dinner $10.25-12.95 Mon-Sat 3:30-Close

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C117. Orange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 13.45 N/A C118. Sesame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 13.45 N/A C120. Lobster Sauce (pork). . . . N/A N/A 9.50 C121. Moo Goo Gai Pan . . . . . . 10.95 N/A N/A C122. Moo Shu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95

Served with 5 pieces. Extra pancake, add $0.75.

SEAFOOD SELECTION

Served with 5 pieces. Extra pancake, add $0.75.

15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95

C158. House Casserole . . . Chicken, shrimp, and beef.

C159. Black Pepper Filet S C160. Satay Beef . . . . . . . . .

FAMILY DIN

Served with boneless spareribs, egg r beef, chicken wings, fried want

Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75. Shrimp Scallop

C128. Broccoli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C129. Snow Pea Pods . . . . . . . . . . . C130. Lobster Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . C131. Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C132. Chinese Greens. . . . . . . . . . . C133. Cashew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C134. Hunan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C135. Kung Po . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C136. Spicy String Beans . . . . . . . . C137. Moo Shu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95

CASSEROLE DISH

The following are served extremely hot in heavy clay pots. Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.15.

C153. Chicken with Ginger and Scallion16.45 C154. Beef with Ginger and Scallion . . . 16.45 CI55. Eggplant and Minced Pork . . . . . . . . . . . . with Garlic Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.45 C156. Black Mushroom, Bamboo Shoots, and Tofu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.45 C157. Seafood with Bean Curd . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95

Dinner For Two . . . . . .

Substitution charge $1.00 per item. App substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the Choice of:

A. Beef with Mushroom

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Dinner for Three . . . . .

Substitution charge $2.00 per item. App substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the Choice of:

A. Moo Goo Gai Pan, Chow H B. Kung Po beef, General

Dinner for Four . . . . . .

Substitution charge $3.00 per item. App substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the Choice of:

A. Chicken with Vegetables, Lobster Sauce, Pepper Steak B. Garlic Roast Pork, Beef Chow Gai Key

SIDE ORD

White Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brown Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . French Fries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duck Sauces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sweet & sour Sauce . . . . . . . .

Scallop, jumbo shrimp, lobster meat.

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HAPPY HOUR

C174. Steak Kew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95

Sirloin steak kew sauteed with assorted vegetable in brown sauce.

C175. Mongolian Beef. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.45

2-6 DAILY

Beef, scallion, and onion stir fried with Mongolian sauce.

C176. Hou Sui Gai . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.45 Crispy chicken tenders topped with selected vegetable in chef’s special brown oyster sauce.

OPEN HOURS Sun.-Thurs. 11am-9pm Fri.-Sat. 11am-10pm

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E ORDERS . . . . . . . . (Pt.) 1.90 (Qt.) 3.40 . . . . . . . . (Pt.) 2.40 (Qt.) 3.90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Pt.) 2.90 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Pt.) 2.90

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LUNCH & DINNER COMBINATION SPECIALS

Lunch: 11am until 3:30pm. Served with egg roll and pork fried rice, white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75. Substitutions $0.75 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: Pork strip, dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake. Extra item, add $2.00. Beef/Chicken teriyaki & fried shrimp, add $3.00. Lunch Dinner

C198. Lobster Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.25 10.25 C199. Chicken or Pork Chow Mein . . .7.25 10.25 C200. Pork Egg Foo Young . . . . . . . . . .7.25 10.25 C201. Chicken or Pork Chop Suey . . .7.25 10.25 C202. Sweet & Sour Chicken or Pork . 7.50 10.50 C203. Lo Mein: Chicken, Beef, Pork, or Veggies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.05 11.05 C204. General Tso’s Chicken . . . . . . .8.30 11.50 C205. Orange Chicken or Beef. . . . . .8.30 11.50 C206. Sesame Chicken or Beef . . . . . . .8.30 11.50 C207. Broccoli with Chicken, Beef, Pork or Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 10.75 C208. Hunan Chicken or Beef . . . . . .7.75 10.75 C209. Kung Po Chicken or Beef . . . .7.75 10.75 C210. Moo Goo Gai Pan . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 10.75 C211. Crab Rangoon, Chicken Wings, Chicken Fingers, Teriyaki Beef, Boneless Ribs 10.95 12.95 C212. Chicken Wings, Boneless Ribs 8.00 11.00 C213. Chicken Fingers or Wings . . . . .8.00 11.00 C214. Teriyaki Beef and Boneless Spare Ribs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.00 11.00 C215. Crab Rangoon and Teriyaki Chicken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.00 11.00

All starred items have a Gluten Free option.

C177. Kung Pao Delight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.45 Chicken, beef, and baby shrimp in hot and spicy Kung Pao sauce.

C178. Harvest Delight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.45 Baby shrimp, chicken sauteed with cashew nut and vegetable.

C179. Seafood Wor Bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.50

Ask about delivery!

Lobster meat, shrimp, scallops, crab meat and veggies on a hot sizzling plate.

SENIOR DISCOUNT

C180. Seafood Delight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.95

Gluten Free Options Available Private Functions for 100-150 People Open Year Round All Major Credit Card Accepted Gift Certificates Available

C181. Lettuce Wrap with Chopped Pork or Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.95

VEGETARIAN LUNCH & DINNER COMBO SPECIALs

Lunch: 11am until 3:30pm. Served with vegetable spring roll and white rice. Substitution of appetizer $0.75 extra. Lunch Dinner

C221. Buddha’s Delight . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 C222. Bean Curd Szechuan Style . . .7.75 C223. Vegetable Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 C224. String Beans in Garlic . . . . . . .7.75 C225. General Tso’s Tofu . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 C226. Steamed Chicken with Veggies . 7.75

10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75

Stir fried lobster meat, shrimp, scallop and veggies with creamy white sauce.

Lettuce wrap, stir fried pork or chicken with pine nuts, water chestnuts, and bamboo shoots in chef’s special sauce.

C183. Lettuce Wrap with Chopped Roast Duck . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.95 Lettuce wrap, stir fried duck with pine nuts, water chestnuts, and bamboo shoots in chef’s special sauce.

C184. Four Happies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.45 Shrimp, beef, roast pork and chicken with mixed veggies.

C185. Crispy Spider . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95 Deep fried soft shell crab.

C186. Salt and Pepper Crispy Squid . . . . 16.95 Crispy squid in salt and pepper.

C187. Salt and Pepper Trio. . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95 Crispy squid, fish and shrimp in salt and pepper.

C188. House Special Honey Walnut Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.95 C189. Sliced Beef with Satay Sauce . . . . . 17.95 C190. Hawaii Four O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95

HOUSE SPECIALS

Spring chicken, lobster meat, beef, and barbecued pork, cooked with select veggies and mushroom.

C166. Peking Duck. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Whole) 42.95

C191. Salt and Pepper Jumbo Shrimp . . 18.95 C192. Fresh Lobster. . . . . . . . . . . . Seasonal Price

Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75. Two dishes in one: First course - crispy skin served with house special bun in Hoisin sauce and shredded scallion. Second course - shredded duck meat sauteed with chef selective vegetable.

C167. Heavenly Duck (Half) 19.95 (Whole) 39.00 Half a duck roasted to perfection with crispy skin.

C168. Mango Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.95 Shrimp and fresh mango sauteed in creamy.

C169. Chicken Trio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27.95 Three dishes in one: Lemon chicken, Moo Goo Gai Pan, and General Tso’s chicken.

C170. Lemon Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.00 C171. Gai Po Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.75 Jumbo shrimp, beef, ham, roast pork with mixed Chinese veggies on a bed of Lo Mein noodles and chicken fingers.

C172. Mango Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.45 Chicken and fresh mango sauteed in creamy chef’s special sauce.

C173. Shredded Crispy Chicken with Mayonnaise Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.45 Deep fried shredded white chicken meat to golden brown with creamy sauce.

Steamed ginger and scallion sauce, black bean sauce, Cantonese salt and pepper or Hunan style.

SWEET & SOUR C335. Sweet & Sour Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . C336. Sweet & Sour Pork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C337. Sweet & Sour Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . C338. Sweet & Sour Combo . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

10.55 10.55 12.55 12.95

15% OFF

Your next purchase of $20 or more! Includes Eat-in and Buffet or Take-out (food only)

CHINESE J A PA N E S E THAI

East Restaurant & Lounge

636 Post Road, Wells, Maine 207-641-8788 Visit www.EastDining.com to view the full menu! Can be used multiple times. Not to be combined with other discounts. Not valid on holidays.


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~ Where To Dine ~ Upcoming Events in April

OPEN THURSDAY – SUNDAY

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday, April 5

You gotta eat somewhere. . .

Located on the Beautiful Marginal Way

77years 1937 ~ 2014

4:00 – 7:00 pm with Doug Bennett and Joe Riillo

Easter Brunch

Dining Guide

Sunday, April 20, 11 am – 2 pm

on the ocean www.beachmereinn.com

PRIME RIB FRIDAYS 11:30 am – Close Happy Hour 4-7 Bloody Mary Bar every Saturday and Sunday 12-4

Three Course Prime Rib Dinner ~ Every Friday Also ~ Catch of the Day $24.95

Drinks by the Fire Pit 5PM-8PM Prices do not include Maine Food and Beverage Tax or Gratuity. Call for reservations.

GORGES GRANT HOTEL 449 Main Street Ogunquit

Scotch Tasting Dinner Thursday, April 24

646-1733

6:00 pm - $45pp Call for reservations, 207-646-2021

Live Entertainment

Saturday, April 19, 5:00 – 8:00 pm

62 Beachmere Place, Ogunquit Maine 03907 • 207-646-2021 •

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

42 Main Street North Berwick, Maine

With this coupon. Monday-Saturday. Expires 4/11/14. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)

Your Check

207-676-1185 Open Seven Days 6 am to 1 pm Monday-Thursday Special

10% OFF

Fish Market & Restaurant

BREAKFAST & LUNCH

855 US Route 1, York, ME

ANY MEAL

351-8100

Call ahead for take-out and be sure to ask about our other specials! Thursday-Saturday ~ Breakfast 6:30-11 a.m. & Lunch/Dinner until 7:30 p.m. Sunday ~ Breakfast 6:30-11 a.m. & Lunch until 3 p.m.

*

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*

Weekend Specials

Fried Oysters $13.95 Grilled Swordfish with lemon butter $13.95 **above two dinners are served with small garden salad, vegetable, starch, and blueberry cobbler for dessert.

Home-made Meatloaf $10.95 served with mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable and blueberry cobbler for dessert.

THE

BARN Lobster barn

seafood and GriLL Family Dining

Not Just Seafood

Something for Everyone:

Endless Salad • Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster • Seafood Prime Rib • Steaks • Chicken • Burgers Pasta • Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts • Children’s Menu

_____________________

Hours: Wed.-Fri. 4-9pm, Sat. 12-9pm, Sun. 12-8pm (Closed Mon.-Tues.)

Lighter Fare Available:

Fri.-Sat. in the Bar ‘til 10pm

OPEN 1000 Route 1 ALL York, Me 03909 YEAR 1-207-363-4721 www.TheLobsterBarn.com _____________________

SPECIALS

~ Starters ~ • P.E.I. Mussels (1-1/4 lb) ...... $2.50 (dine-in only)

• Popcorn Shrimp.................. $5.99 • Crab Stuffed Mushrooms(5) $7.99 • Flatbread Pizza................. $7.99 BBQ Chicken, Shrimp Scampi, Philly Cheese Steak

~ Entrées ~

(Served All Day - Changes Daily)

• Twin 1 lb Lobster Dinner..$28.99 (dine-in only / served to one person)

• All You Can Eat Haddock $15.99 Broiled or Fried (extras may vary in size)

• Prime Rib Bomb .................. $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese • Steak Tip Bomb................... $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese

• Homemade Baked Mac-N-Cheese ......................... $10.99 * Add Lobster Newburg Sauce to Any Entrée for $1.50 *


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~ Where To Dine ~

Dining Guide

Litchfield’s

OPEN YEAR ROUND LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS/WEEK AT 11AM

Bar and Grill

Hurricane Opens for the Season on April 4!

LUNCH SPECIALS SERVED EVERY DAY ~ Fast, Delicious & Quick

HAPPY HOUR 3-6PM DAILY AT THE BAR Tuesday

Monday

PRIME RIB

TACOS

2

12 ¢ 50 WING NIGHT 95

$

$

4-8PM

AND

50

EACH

Wednesday

1/2 PRICE PRIME RIB SANDWICH WICKED $ NACHOS 3-6PM AND

TRIVIA & KARAOKE OPEN MIC NIGHT @9pm

A L L S P EC I A L S L IS T E D O N A D F O R DI N E I N O N LY

PACMAN DAVE Friday 4/11

FRANK MCDANIEL Saturday 4/12

DJ MIKE

207.646.5711

The Hurricane Restaurant opens for the season on April 4th! The Red Sox host the Brewers at Fenway at 2 p.m. Join us for a free Welcome Back Baseball buffet all afternoon, featuring hotdogs, peanuts, stadium fare, Cracker Jacks® and wide-screen-high-def TV viewing in our bar. We’ll be giving away some fun door prizes and holding a Red Sox ticket raffle so come early and stay late to win.

5

AND

April 9 @7:30pm

Saturday 4/5 • 6-9pm

Join Us for Our Traditional Red Sox Open at Fenway Party

Thursday

PAINT NITE

4/10 SOLD OUT

5/8 @6:30pm

Buy tickets online @ PaintNite.com

Sunday

Open for dinner seven nights a week. Open for lunch on weekends and Mondays until Memorial Day.

BUILD YOUR OWN

BLOODY MARY BAR

“Nurturing the Seacoast Palate for Over 20 Years” Dock Square, Kennebunkport | 207-967-9111 www.hurricanerestaurant.com

2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1, WELLS, ME

www.litchfieldsbarandgrill.com

Find us at

.com, too!

Open-2014-Wkly-Sntnl-bw-4x5_5.indd 1

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

Rustic Elegance www.OutlookWeddings.com

UPCOMING BRUNCHES:

EASTER SUNDAY & MOTHER’S DAY Reserve Today! April 20: Easter Sunday Brunch

Golf In The Scottish Tradition www.OutlookGolf.com

NEW INDOOR GOLF SIMULATORS OUTLOOK

@ The Red Barn 10am to 2pm

May 11: Mother’s Day Brunch @ The Red Barn 10am to 2pm

Breakfast Buffet * Omelet Station * Salad Station* Seafood Station * & Dessert Bar Reservations are recommended: 207-384-1010 x 34 View all Menus & Pricing @ Outlookweddings.com

are OPEN @ The Outlook Tavern

TAVERN

SEASON PASS MEMBERSHIP 2014 5-Day: $1,050 10 Play Cards:

7-Day: $1,400 TWI: $900 JR: $400 9 Holes: $199 18 Holes: $399

207-384-GOLF(4653)

OutlookGolf.com

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

3/21/14 7:52 AM


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~ Where To Dine ~

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...

Dining Guide

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

262 Shore Road, Ogunquit We have plenty of parking!

207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266

roostcafeandbistro.com

Opening Friday, April 18 Early Bird Special:

Ambience

Great Wine Handcrafted Food

Roost Cafe & Bistro

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

Route 1, Ogunquit 207.646.8777

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

www.eggandibreakfast.com

Culinary Delights at Five-O U p c o m i n g

e v e n t

Demonstration Wine Dinner Friday, April 11th Call us for details and to make reservations.

Friday night pizza Served after 5pm. Sunday Brunch à la carte menu served 10am-2pm.

BREAKFAST & LUNCH: FRI-SUN 8-2 DINNER: WED-SUN 5-Close

Sunday night trivia Play for free and win prizes. 7-9pm.

Also Gluten Free Menu and Products

monday night Five-o public Supper Select entrées are $9.50.

A Contemporary American Bistro &

M a r T i n i

Next Ports of Call Itinerary for Wednesdays Around the World Food Adventure: Russia 4/9 • New Zealand 4/16 Australia 4/23

DEFYING THE COLD

l O u n g e

AGGIE’S

Open Thursday - Monday at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com

106 Agamenticus Rd, South Berwick, Maine

OPENING FOR THE SEASON

281C - April 4, 2014

SATURDAY, APRIL 5 AT NOON

Open daily from noon until 8:00pm, weekends ‘til 9:00

Add a little sunshine to your life with one of our delicious treats!

All Natural Top Sirloin TASTY SPRING SPECIALS FOR LUNCH AND DINNER

off the beaten pat h, but well worth the trip a little

Wolf Neck Farms (Freeport) No Antibiotics, No Hormones, Humanely Raised

COCKTAIL BAR: Featuring Signature Drinks: The Nubble Light The Perkins Cove The Wells Jetty Grey Goose Cosmos Giant Cocktails for Two 207-646-8467 • www.bullnclaw.com • Route 1 North, Wells

SUNDAY BREAKFAST BUFFET • LUNCH & DINNER

646-3355

Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood for more than 47 years

HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET Pot Roast, Shepherd’s Pie, Chicken Parmesan over Spaghetti 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wed-Sat 11-8 & Sun 11-3 SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

oshua’s Restaurant in Wells

Open 5pm Seven Days

Except Christmas

www.joshuas.biz

Serving

Easter Dinner 2pm to 7pm


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Pizza Napoli 7 Days A Week, All Year Round Mon-Thur 4:30-9:30 PM, Fri-Sun 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM

Ogunquit’s Only Fresh-Topping Brick-Oven Pizzeria

207-646-0303 • 667 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT • PIZZANAPOLIOGUNQUIT.COM

Pick-Up Specials FREE Antipasto

when you buy 2 Large Pizzas

FREE Topping

when you buy 1 Large Pizza MUST PRESENT COUPON

- Monday -

Create Your Own Pasta Night $16 An innovative dining experience where you choose your own pasta and sauce! Select from 8 different pastas and 12 different sauces, served with salad and Italian bread. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends **Add Chicken $5, Shrimp $8, Sauteed Fresh Veggies $3

Full Bar & Happy Hour Daily __________ Free Delivery

Dine-In Specials

Dinner For 2 $19.99 Large 1-Topping Napoli Pizza & 2 House Salads

Dinner For 2 $27.99

Large 1-Topping Napoli Pizza, 2 House Salads & 2 Glasses of Wine

Fri - Sat - Sun Lunch Special

$7.99

1 Topping Flatbread Pizza & Salad

Angelina’s Ristorante & Wine Bar

BRINGING ITALY TO OGUNQUIT • 7 NIGHTS A WEEK 655 Main St, Ogunquit, ME • www.angelinasogunquit.com Reservations Suggested • 207.646.0445 Casual fine dining at affordable prices year round 4:30 until 10 pm

- Tuesday -

Pasta É Basta $18 A glass of Italian Red or White Wine,Tuscan Soup or Salad and choose one of 9 Special Pasta Dishes! *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

“Cucina Povera” Wine Dinner Series - The Poor Cook or Country Food April 25 at 6pm

- Wednesday & Sunday -

3 Course Dinner $21

Angelina’s “Community Night” 6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

1st Course - Tuscan Minestrone Soup 2nd Course - Roasted Red Pepper Salad with Capers 3rd Course - Peas, Ham and Mushroom Lasagna 4th Course - Statler Chicken Breast Cacciatora 5th Course - Angelina’s Wedding Cake

Personal Wine Dinner $60 per couple 3 Course Dinner with 6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert. Includes a Bottle of Wine of your choice. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

per person

plus tax + gratuity

Each Course is paired with Wine

May 23 at 6pm

1st Course - Savoy Cabbage Soup with White Beans 2nd Course - Panzanella Salad 3rd Course - Homemade Bucatini Pasta with Asparagus, Cauliflower and Bread Crumbs 4th Course - Dayboat Haddock with Lemon Parsley Butter 5th Course - Fresh Stuffed Profiterole

Mangia (EAT) - Thursday -

$65

Thursdays $9.99

Every Thursday Night, enjoy a Salad and Choice between 10 different Italian Entrées (Reservations are suggested)

We can substitute 3rd and 4th courses with prior notice.

Buy One Dinner

GET A SECOND DINNER OFF

½

* Not to be used with any other coupon or discount offer. Not available on holidays or holiday weekends. EXP 5/1/14 (WS)


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Dining Guide Named 2010

r of Restaurateu the Year t Restauran by the Maine Association

Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

A view for

Open for

Fine Dining

Wednesday through Sunday at 5 pm

Easter Brunch Sunday, Apr. 20 11am-3pm

Reservations Required. Large Parties Welcome.

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

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

all seasons

Price does not include tax or gratuity. Promotions/coupons not valid on Easter.

Spring Wine Dinner

Saturday, Apr. 12 at 6pm See menu on website.

See our menus online @ www.springhillmaine.com

Sundays Are Special At Spring Hill

* 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 To receive discount, a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. Not valid on 4/20/14. EXP 4/30/14 (WS)

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

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF AMORE! OPENING FRIDAY, APRIL 4

“Love is the MAINE ingredient”

Opening Day

RAFFLE PRIZES & SURPRISES

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

Be sure to

1994

Closed Wed & Thurs this week.

9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Garlic-Herb Roast New York Sirloin Chapman’s Chianti Chicken Greek Style Grilled Leg Of Lamb Honey Bourbon Glazed Ham Seafood Bouillabaisse Tortellini Florentine Cheese Blintz ~ Eggs Benedict Scrambled Eggs With Spring Herbs Blueberry Pancakes, Home Fries Homemade Corned Beef Hash Apple Wood Smoked Bacon ~ Sausage House Made Breakfast Pastries Fresh Fruit Salad Tomatoes au Gratin Mashed Yukon Gold Potatoes Garlic Broccoli ~ Lemon Chive Pilaf Spring Spinach Salad ~ Caprese Salad Mediterranean Herb & Pita Salad DESSERT SELECTIONS Our Famous Ice Cream Smorgasbord Carrot Cake ~ Strawberry Trifle Caribbean Mango-Ginger Bake Chocolate Fudge Cake

Special Events

2014

E

YEARS F AMOR

O

Easter Sunday Brunch

20

Delicious Lattes & Cappuccinos 309 Shore Rd, Ogunquit, ME (207) 646-6661 Inside or Patio Seating www.amorebreakfast.com Take Out Near the entrance to Perkins Cove. On-site parking available.

Mothers Day Buffet Sunday May 11th

~UPSTAIRS AT THE INN~ Thursday Night Prix Fixe3 course dinner only 18.95 Live Music by Woody Allen On Guitar Fri. – Sat.

~SHIP’S CELLAR PUB~ Live Entertainment Thurs., Fri., and Sat.

Trivia Night Every Tuesday!

Every Thursday 7PM

Open Mic Night!

Hosted by Wayne & Steve and Rick Watson of “The Old School”

$36.95 p.p. plus tax & grat. Children under 12 half price

MUST PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING

11 WATER ST. , KITTERY, ME 207-439-1630 WWW.LOBSTERHOUSE.COM

$10 OFF $35 or more

Appetizers, entrees, desserts or any combo of the 3! You choose any food item(s) on the menu totaling $35 or more and we’ll take $10 off!

Liquor and tax not included. Cannot be used in combination with any other discount, coupon, or group package. Maximum of 3 coupons per group. $35 per coupon must be spent. Not valid on holidays. No cash value. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Expires 4/30/14 (WS) MANAGER’S SIGNATURE REQUIRED_________________________________

OR

Lobster Roll & Fries

$12

Join us Monday-Saturday from 11:30-3:30

1/4 lb. LOBSTER ROLL & FRIES JUST... $12 Reservations Required 207-363-5119 www.yorkharborinn.com

Limit of 4 lobster rolls per coupon. Limit 2 coupons per party. YOU MUST PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING. Not valid on takeout orders. Not good with any other coupon or discount. Not valid with package menus. No cash value. Tax not included. Not valid on holidays. COUPON ONLY VALID AT TIME OF PURCHASE. Expires 4/30/14 (WS)


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~ Where To Dine ~ EVERY NIGHT... AN EXPERIENCE

Regatta banquet and Conference Center

Open 6 Nights from 5:30pm (Closed Tuesday)

NEW! Hours, NEW! Menu, NEW! Nightly VIP APRIL Specials*

Easter Brunch

EARLY BIRD NIGHTLY @ 5:30pm: Second Entree 1/2 Price (Must order by 6pm. Not valid Easter Sunday)

Sunday, April 20th 2014 ~ 10am to 3pm

MONDAY NIGHT MADNESS: 3-Courses for $30! (special menu) WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY: Wine Lovers Date Night! 1/2 Price Select Bottles & Wines by the Glass

FIFTEEN DOLLAR FISH FRIDAY: Creative Fish Specials $15 SATURDAY: David Hollis at the piano SERENITY SUNDAY: Acoustic Community Cafe Curt Bessette & Jenn Kurtz from 5:30pm (no cover)

Prime Rib & Popover $19.95 (Not valid Easter Sunday) *VIP Specials not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion.

APRIL 4 & MAY 1 @ 6PM Tix $15 with a la carte menu

Easter Sunday

April 20 • Dinner 12-5pm

Main Menu Chef attended omelet station Bacon and Sausage Pork Farmers Hash Chocolate Stout French Toast Eggs Benedict Spring Spinach Salad Fresh Fruits & Pastry station Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes

Desserts

Don’t Miss Our FREE Community Egg Hunt @ 4pm

New England Clam Chowder Antipasto Platter Shrimp Scampi over Linguini Haddock with lemon chive buerre Blanc Chicken Marsala Carved Ham with Dijon cream sauce Carved Roast Beef Au Jus Vegetable Medley

207.361.2272

Chocolate Fountain With Assorted Fresh Fruits and other fixings

ClayHillFarm.com

Warm Blueberry Crumb Cake Chef’s Choice of Dessert

(weather permitting)

220 Clay Hill Rd. Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit

OR OUR 24 TH EN F SEA P O SO W O N N

ADULTS $24.95 ~ SENIORS (60+) $19.95 ~ CHILDREN (6-12) $11.95 ~ CHILDREN 5 AND UNDER FREE To make reservations call us at 207-351-4623 or email us at info@regattaroom.com

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

6 Days A Week • Closed Mondays

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

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

ANNIE S OGUNQUIT

Check Out The New Bar Layout! Open Fri-Sat-Sun 4pm-Close

HAPPY HOUR 4-6 SPECIALS: LOADED BURGER $6.99 housemade burger loaded with onions, mushrooms and cheese

WITH THIS COUPON

The

Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

ONION RINGS $5

stacked tower of onion rings with smoky BBQ sauce

CHILI CHEESY FRIES $5 handcut fries loaded with chili and cheese sauce

$1 OFF ALL DRAFT BEERS $3 House Wines & Well Liquors

FRIDAY NIGHT $9.99: BBQ Bacon-wrapped Meatloaf

369 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207.251.4335 WWW.ANNIESIRISHPUB.COM

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

HALF PRICE Second Entrée of equal or lesser value - with coupon Valid only in the dining room, not the tavern. Coupon good Monday through Thursday. Expires on April 30, 2014.


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People and Business Profiles

Dahlia to Hold “No Recipe Cookbook” Book Signing NORTH BERWICK Dahlia, North Berwick’s newest upscale retail boutique will host a free book signing event on Saturday, April 5 from 1 to 3 pm. Susan Crowther, author of the “No Recipe Cookbook” will be on site, signing books and

presenting several culinary creations which illustrate concepts from the book, which are all organic, vegan, and gluten/dairy free. Dahlia is located at 34 Elm Street in North Berwick. For more information, call 207-2163006.

National Nonprofit Honors Local Woman for Leadership CAPE NEDDICK The Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation recently announced that Kathryn Wagner, of Cape Neddick, will be honored as an inductee of the first annual de Lange Society. Along with attending various family gatherings, Wagner served on the CdLS Foundation Board of Directors and served as a Regional Coordinator. She has raised awareness through letter writing to congress and attaining a Governor’s CdLS Awareness Day proclamation for the state of Maine. She was also very active in the planning of the New England Golf Tournament, and was the CdLS Foundation Na-

tional Family Conference host family in 1992. “Our daughter, Molly, was born in 1988 and diagnosed at three weeks of age. We were so stunned by the diagnosis that we couldn’t remember how to pronounce the name of the syndrome. We called the Foundation several times over the weekend, just to hear the pronunciation again,” said Wagner. “We were given a copy of the Foundation’s newsletter by the geneticist. The following week we spoke to the Foundation and our journey began. I became a Regional Coordinator for Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont shortly after,” she said. The de Lange Society,

named after the doctor who cared so much about children with the syndrome, publicly recognizes individuals and volunteer groups, who, like Dr. Cornelia de Lange, lead the way for others. The volunteers being inducted have brought creative vision, innovative ideas, vital assistance and leadership to the Foundation. Their contributions enhance the quality of service and programs offered to individuals with the syndrome and their families. For more information about CdLS, the Foundation or to make a donation, call the CdLS Foundation at 800-7532357 or visit www.cdlsusa.org.

Hackmatack Becomes a Fun Fundraising Tool BERWICK Marshwood Education Foundation (MEF) Public Relations Chairperson Mimi Abell commented recently about fundraising last summer at Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick. “Marshwood Education Foundation is very grateful for our past fundraising event with Hackmatack. Our supporters that attended truly enjoyed the Hackmatack experience of fabulous entertainment at such a charming and quaint theatre. MEF has awarded grants supporting arts in our schools, and this fundraising opportunity was truly a win-win collaboration for our community.”

Several non-profits have already signed up for fundraising at Hackmatack and “with Spring having arrived, Hackmatack is in full prep mode for an entertaining summer season,” said Hackmatack Producer Michael Guptill. Guptill said that fundraising opportunities include sharing the proceeds from ticket sales and can include use of their tent, grounds, and other facilities for a reception, barbeque, or social. Guptill reports, “There is no obligation as far as specific numbers of tickets that are required to be sold and non-profits can raise as much as $3,000 in one

night.” Other organizations are encouraged to inquire. The 2014 schedule for the summer at Hackmatack Playhouse includes “Arsenic and Old Lace” (June through July), “The Music Man” (July), Monty Python’s “Spamalot” (July through August), and “The Trip to Bountiful” (August). Hackmatack Playhouse (Route 9 in Berwick) continues a tradition of affordable ticket prices with student, senior, and group discounts. Flex-passes are now on sale even prior to auditions. Details can be found at www.hackmatack.org or by phone 207-698-1807.

York Land Trust Visitor-Focused Website Unveiled YORK York Land Trust’s new website, www.yorklandtrust.org, went live on March 13. “We are excited to bring this new and dramatically improved resource to the public,” said Doreen MacGillis, executive director of the York Land Trust (YLT).

With the benefits of the Web 2.0 “interactive” Web pages in mind, the site design went through a complete overhaul, made possible with the talented team and a generous grant from the Genius Switch Studio in Dover, N.H. In contrast to the passiveviewing experience of the old

site, the new site offers visitors quick-click tools for engaging in YLT’s work. Attractive sliders on the home page offer opportunities for video viewing, outdoor adventure sign-ups or reading about upcoming events and YLT’s latest community conservation projects. The home page tool bar also targets visitors’

Maine Restaurant Association to Honor Restaurant Community with Annual Awards Celebration Maine Restaurant Association Chairman Todd Maurer has, on behalf of the organization’s board of directors, issued the names of the industry professionals who will be honored at a formal awards ceremony on the evening of Monday, April 7, at the Holiday Inn By the Bay. Annually, the association selects award winners from nominations submitted by restaurant and allied industry members from across the state. In making the announcement Chairman Maurer said, “The restaurant community has much to celebrate and so many worthy candidates deserving of recognition. This year’s slate of awardees is well representative of Maine’s legendary reputation for hospitality.” Among those being feted is Executive Chef Stephen True ...GUILD from page 18 All types of art including sculpture and photography are welcomed. Artists should submit 5 original, recent pieces that demonstrate their artistic consistency all in the same medium. The work should be professionally presented. Two-dimensional work should be ready for hanging. Mats should be neutral. The Art Guild of the Kennebunks offers exhibitions in which only juried members may exhibit their art. The guild will hold exhibitions June 19-22, July 24 -27 and August 21-24. The guild also accepts non-juried, associate members, who may not exhibit their art, but who may participate in all other AGK activities. The Art Guild of the Kennebunks holds a variety of informative program meetings. As with all AGK Exhibitions and Program Meetings, the public is invited to attend free of charge. interests with action-oriented choices including Explore our Preserves, Conserve Our Community and Volunteer Your Talent. In addition, the latest News and Events posts appear on the home page. Visitors are apt to find the pages for each of YLT’s public access preserves the most useful See WEB page 38...

of 95 Ocean at The Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine. Chef True, who has put a creative spin on classic dishes at the historic, riverfront resort for the past five years, will be named the 2014 Chef of the Year. True has a life-long passion for his culinary craft and has enjoyed a 30-year career as chef while living and working all along the eastern seaboard of the United States. In addition to his executive chef duties at The Nonantum, Steve volunteers his time to assist with the training of up-and-coming culinarians at Southern Maine Community College. The Maine Restaurant Association’s highest honor, the “Bill Zoidis” Lifetime Achievement Award, will be bestowed upon John Kyle - the original franchisor of Pat’s Pizza restaurants. Kyle has owned and operated Pat’s Pizza in Yarmouth since the 1970s and together with his son, Chris Kyle, opened Grill 233 on the south end of Route One in Yarmouth a decade ago. A past Chairman of the Maine Restaurant Association, Kyle, whose institutional knowledge and rich experience in Maine’s restaurant industry is unrivaled, now serves the organization in the role of Senior Advisor to the board of directors. In speaking of the award recipients Maine Restaurant Association President Greg Dugal said, “Our goal is to honor restaurant professionals and allied companies who give back to their community, serve as mentors to others, go above and beyond the call of duty, and make a positive contribution to the industry and their communities. The individuals we’ll be honoring on April 7 consistently rise to that standard.” The awards banquet will begin at 50 pm with a restaurant showcase reception featuring the culinary stylings of some of Maine’s most celebrated chefs. A seated dinner will follow with a keynote address offered by the Chairman of the National Restaurant Association, Ken Conrad. The event will culminate with the formal presentation of awards presented through professionally produced video tributes to each of the honorees. Registration and more information regarding the event is available at www.mainerestaurant.com.


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~ News ~ Celebrate the 51st Anniversary of USS Thresher PORTSMOUTH The 51st anniversary of the U.S.S Thresher, SSN 593, which sank April 10 1963, during deep dive trails off the East Coast of Boston, Mass. will be remembered during a memorial ceremony on Saturday, April 12 at the Gov. James B. Longley Bridge. Jerry DerBoghosian, now 90, recalls that 129 Navy crew members and civilian technicians perished in the deadliest submarine disaster in U.S. history. DerBoghosian worked at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard at the time of the tragedy, and says he won’t forget what happened. Neither will Tom Dow who was assigned as naval personnel on the search boat that located the area where the Thresher sank. Dow serves on the U.S.S. Thresher Memorial Committee

Left to right: American Legion members Paul R. Bernard of Post 153 Auburn and Jerry DerBoghosian of Post 22 Lewiston.

for Lewiston-Auburn. Portsmouth Naval Shipyard dedicated a flagpole in memory of the crew in April 2013. Paul Bernard, who served on the U.S.S. Constellation CVA 64, says he has been fortunate to

serve in many positions in the American Legion and emphasizes, “We cannot forget the sacrifices of our fellow comrades that have served in the U.S. Military.” For more information, contact Tom Dow at 207-782-0927.

Students Named Maine State Geographic Bee Semifinalists WELLS & NO. BERWICK Quentin Curtiss (pictured), an eighth grader from Wells Junior High School, and Jacob Smith, an eighth grader from Noble High School, were recently notified by the National Geographic Society that they are one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2014 Maine State Geographic Bee, sponsored by Google and Plum Creek. This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, which is now in its 26th year. The 2014 Maine State Geographic Bee will be held at The University of Maine Farmington on Friday, April 4. National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild will air the final round of the 2014 National Geographic Bee, moderated by

new host Soledad O’Brien, on Thursday, May 22 at 7 pm ET (to be followed on public television stations). Check local television listings for date and time in your area. For more information, visit www.nationalgeographic.com.

Traditional Matryoshka Nested Doll Making From Russia to New England YORK A cultural event “Traditional Matryoshka Nested Doll Making: from Russia to New England” will be held on Thursday, April 10 at 2:30 pm at the Atlantic Design Center (in the Eldredge Lumber Building), 627 US Route One in York. The event is free and open to the public. This beautifully illustrated interactive presentation by Marina Forbes will feature the

history of Matryoshka nested doll making in Russia. Using a fully illustrated show and numerous exhibits, including examples of her own work and from her extensive collection, Forbes will examine the tapestry of the rich folk tradition and symbolism of the doll’s appearance and the interesting link between doll making and other traditional Russian art forms. There will be a quick stop at the 1900 World Fair in Paris

that made Russian nested dolls and Fabergé eggs famous followed by an exciting illustrated tour of a working doll-making factory in rural Russia, depicting the various stages in the doll making process. The presentation will conclude with a glorious show of hundreds of examples of the finest Matryoshka artwork available in Russia. Presenter Marina Forbes is a lecturer, historian and award-

winning artist who has written extensively on Russian traditional arts, history and the rich tapestry of Russian culture. She is licensed with the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, and is featured on the NH Council on the Arts Rosters for Arts in Education and Traditional Arts. For more information, visit www.marinaforbes.com or call 603-332-2255. To pre-register, call Atlantic Center at 207-363-3004.

The enclosed pictures of “Matryoshka Nested Doll” are by Marina Forbes.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ top of the video, and some controls will appear. One of the controls will be a volume icon. You can adjust this the same way as the volume slider in your system tray. Elizabeth

Dear Computer Lady, I am having a problem with the volume on my computer. I have an HP with Windows 7 Home premium. I don’t keep the volume on because I am mostly reading emails or doing spreadsheets. But when I do need the volume when people send me things I turn it up but it never seems to be loud enough no matter how high I set it. I am wondering if there is something that has gotten messed up. Any help will be appreciated. Your newsletter is always so helpful. Helen

Dear Computer Lady, I have XP and IE8 on my computer. If I download Firefox or Chrome will I have any problems using IE for some things and Firefox or Chrome for others? I’ve only used IE and don’t have any experience with other browsers. I also have Kaspersky for my virus protection. Thank you for any advice, I appreciate it. Darla

Dear Helen, There are a few places where you can adjust your volume, and if one of those locations is turned down, it will make your volume low. 1. Check the volume knob on your speakers. 2. Check the volume slider in your system tray. This is usually located in the lower-right corner of your computer screen. Click on the speaker icon, and slide the control up to turn up your sound. 3. Check the volume control in the program your are running. If you are watching an online video, move your mouse over the

Dear Darla, No matter what operating system you use, you will be able to download and use different browsers like FireFox and Chrome. When I work on web site designs, I use several browsers just to make sure my code displays correctly in each type of program. I also find it useful to have more than one browser in the event that a web page is not displaying correctly in the browser I am using. A good example of this is a sewing page I visited recently where all the text in bold was not displaying in Chrome (the brows-

er I use most of the time). After trying to make sense of the instructions, I switched to Internet Explorer and was able to read the entire thing. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, C & D have the same identical files. Can I delete the D files? Teddy Dear Teddy, It depends on what the files are, and what your D: drive is for. On many computers, the D: drive is a recovery partition. You would use it (instead of recovery disks, which many computer manufacturers no longer include with a new computer) to restore your computer back to factory condition. You can usually tell if your D: drive is being used for this purpose as there will be a file or folder on the drive named, “Recovery”. If this is what your D: drive is set up for, you never want to add or delete files from the drive. If your D: drive was just an empty drive when you got the computer, and you have added the files, then you can go ahead and delete them. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, For the last 2 months my Toshiba PC, running Win Vista, keeps doing a startup repair every

time I start it, but then it tells it could not fix it and to send info to Microsoft, and then it shuts down. I start it again and 50/50 it starts up, but not always and it goes for another startup repair. I’m going crazy over this. PC is only 2-3 years old. Many thanks for your great newsletter, and your help Rena in Fla. Dear Rena, I would have to take a look at your computer in order to know for sure what the problem is, but it sounds like you could be having hard drive issues. If your hard drive is developing problems, the most important thing to do, as soon as possible, is

to backup your files! If you don’t know how you backup your files, your local computer repair shop will be able to help you with that. Once your files are safe, you can get some diagnostics done on your computer. I have two guesses based on the symptoms you describe. Either the hard drive is failing, or some of the Windows startup files have been corrupted. I frequently backup files, and run diagnostics on my customer’s computers. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.

On April 8, 2014, Windows XP becomes Windows XPired! Microsoft will stop providing security updates which keep your data safe. Continuing to use XP will be like leaving home at night, leaving the lights on with the front door open and a big sign saying,

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~ Obituaries ~

Angela Benvenuta Miniutti, 102 SOUTH BERWICK Angela Benvenuta Miniutti, of Boyd’s Corner Road, passed away Thursday, March 27, at the Newton Center in Sanford at the age of 102. Angela was born March 20, 1912 in Concord, NH, one of eleven children of Angelo and Lucia Miniutti. In 1920, the family moved to South Berwick where her father and uncles operated a Black Granite Quarry. Angela attended the Boyd’s Corner Grammar School and graduated from Berwick Academy in 1928. She received a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Maine Orono in 1932 then attended the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. She was a member of the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women. During the depression she worked for the E.R.A., C.W.A., W.P.A., and the Fishermen’s Relief Fund. From the mid-1930s to 1968 she worked in the Division of Family Services, State Department of Health & Welfare as a Social Worker, and later as Supervisor in the Augusta, Portland, Lewiston and Bangor offices.

etery, Rollinsford, NH. In lieu of flowers, make donations to the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be expressed at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com. Arrangements are in the care of Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street in North Berwick.

Stuart Nudelman, 82 After her retirement in 1968, she returned to the family homestead on Boyd’s Corner with her mother, sisters and brother. Before her stay at the Newton Center she made her home with her niece Judith Carll in North Waterboro. Angela was pre-deceased by her parents, ten siblings, and a nephew James B. Miniutti. She is survived by her niece Judith Carll of North Waterboro, her nephews John Miniutti and William Miniutti, both of Florida, several nieces and nephews and great-nieces and great-nephews. Calling hours were held on March 31. A Mass of Christian Burial was held April 1 at Our Lady of The Angels Church in South Berwick. Spring burial will be in St. Michaels Cem-

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joying a happy life together.” Stuart’s health unfortunately gradually declined in the last two years, but this never deterred him from being a thoughtful, involved, sharing and caring man, good with words and admired for his intellect, fine memory, leadership and understanding. On his last night in York Hospital, a cheerful group of friends enjoyed his company with lots of laughter and when his voice faded to a whisper he used a finger pointing to his head indicating that his brain was still functioning well, and pointing thumbs down to say that the body was a different story. He is at peace now having left this world in the early morning hours. A celebration of Stuart’s life will be held later in the spring. Donations in Stuart’s memory would be appreciated to go to the Ogunquit Arts Collaborative/Barn Gallery, P.O. Box 529, Ogunquit, Maine 03907; Ogunquit Performing Arts P.O. Box 1608, Ogunquit, ME 03907; Ogunquit Museum of American Arts, P.O. Box 815 Ogunquit, Maine 03907; Ogunquit Playhouse PO Box 1510 Ogunquit, ME 03907; Ogunquit Heritage Museum, PO Box 723, Ogunquit, ME 03907; and Portland Ballet, 517 Forest Avenue, Suite 2, Portland, ME 04101. Arrangements are in the care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 111 Chapel Road in Wells, bibberfuneral.com.

Elizabeth P. (Betty) Snow, 70 SOUTH BERWICK - Elizabeth P. (Betty) Snow, 70, of So. Berwick, died in peace at the Hyder Family Hospice House in Dover, NH on March 29. Betty was born in Sanford on June 21, 1943 a daughter of Royal and Essie (Dorr) Libby and was a graduate of North Berwick High School. She attended Cambridge School of Business in Boston where she received her skills and training to run the front office in a variety of business fields. Betty held dear to her heart the opportunity of serving her country and enlisted in the United States Navy in May of 1966. Following her honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy, Betty began a long and successful career of 30 plus years at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. It was here she would be meet her future husband, David Snow. She helped him complete some necessary paperwork, and with encouragement from his best friend; they married June 6, 1981 at the Federated Church in South Berwick. Betty and David took their honeymoon out of Portland Harbor on the SS Caribe (big, white boat) – they affectionately called, “The Love Boat” and visited Nova Scotia and the surrounding villages. ThroughSee SNOW page 36...

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~ Pets ~ Another Chance Animal Rescue

Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK Rabbit Promotion All rabbit adoption fees at the Animal Welfare Society are 50 percent off! Rabbits can be trained to use a litter box, they’ll come when called, and some will engage their owners in a daily game of tag. Domestic rabbits are delightful companion animals. They are inquisitive, intelligent, sociable and affectionate — and if wellcared-for, indoor rabbits can live for seven to ten or more years. So hop on in to find your next cute critter companion. Arrow Arrow went through our Paws In Stripes program and loves to show off “sit”, “lay down”, “give paw” and “come”. He is a playful, loving, 10-month-old Heeler mix who is good with other dogs and children. He would most likely chase cats so it would be better if his new home didn’t have any. He’s a cheerful boy who makes friends fast and loves attention. His favorite toy is a stuffy and he is a gem in the car. Kramer This handsome fellow certainly knows how to make an entrance. Kramer is a 10-yearold Siamese cat. As you might expect from a Siamese, Kramer has a distinct meow and demonstrates it whenever he can. When he’s in the mood for attention, you’ll hear him coming. When he wants some privacy, he’ll tell you. Needless

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to say, Kramer isn’t shy about sharing his feelings. When not being chatty, Kramer is a sweet boy who enjoys getting attention from his people. He is one of those cats who will tell you when he’s had enough attention too. While Kramer is happy to have his people around, he would prefer to be the only pet in a new home. If this vocal companion sounds like the cat for you, then stop on by the shelter to meet Kramer. Petunia & Gigi Meet Petunia and Gigi, an adorable pair of 2-and-ahalf-year-old American Guinea Pigs. Petunia and Gigi are BFFs, so they would very much like to go to a home together. To help encourage this, the adoption fee for the pair is only $35. Like many Guinea Pigs, these lovely ladies enjoying having a habitat filled with treats, grass, toys, and hidey holes to nap in. They may need a moment to adjust to new people, but are very friendly once they’re comfortable. If these gorgeous gals sound like the ones for you, then stop on by the shelter to meet them. Calendar of Events April 12 – Join the AWS MAT team at Petco in South Portland 11 am - 1 pm. April 13 – Named “Best Show of Patriotism in Maine” by Down East Magazine, don’t miss the Patriots Day Celebration in Ogunquit. The Patriotic Pooch Parade will be held (weather permitting) at 12 pm in the Liquid Dreams parking lot, 696 Maine Street / Route 1 in Ogunquit. The Animal Welfare Society will compete in both categories: Patriotic Pooch (red, white, and blue)

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and Favorite American Canine (any Abe Lincoln wannabe’s out there?). Little AWS alum, Buttercup, wowed the judges and placed second in the Patriotic category in 2013. April 19 – Join the AWS Humane Educator and a pet at the Children’s Museum and Theatre of Maine on Free Street in Portland for a program on animal care and handling 10:30 - 11:30 am. April 19 – The Mobile Adoption Team will be out in force at Marden’s on Main Street in Sanford 11 am - 2 pm. Visit with adoptable dogs and meet some fabulous AWS volunteer crafters.

NORTH BERWICK Meet Maddie Maddie is a young adult dilute calico and white female with extra toes on both front paws and a very loving personality. This sweet girl will be a wonderful addition to any cat lover’s home and family. Maddie is looking for a family that will allow her to have an indoor-only life-style where she can enjoy your company along with the safety of an inside environment. Maddie will do well with other cats, small dogs and children in any age group. Maddie is current on all necessary vaccinations, has been spayed, de-wormed and is so ready to find her new family. If you are the single person or family that would like to provide a loving home for this sweet, people-oriented, gentle kitty, she would like to meet you. Maddie will be at the North Berwick adoption center on Saturday interviewing for new parents. In addition to our featured pet of the week, we still have a

Safe Haven Humane Society WELLS Safe Haven’s Giant Spring Yard Sale happens May 17-18 (weather permitting) outdoors at our Adoption Center, 1616 Post Rd, Wells. Donations are still welcome. This will be a very big sale with lots of bargains. Help us find Buddy! Buddy was adopted to a home in Cape Neddick and has gone missing. This buff short-haired kitty is declawed, so he’s helpless outdoors. Our volunteers and neighbors have been searching for nearly two weeks. We’re very concerned. Please call 207-229-8314 if you spot him or if you want to help. Loopy’s story: A few weeks ago, a black and white kitty face looking out a vacant home’s window haunted a driver as he passed by. The snow had drifted shoulder high and the driveway hadn’t been plowed all winter. So why was a cat inside? This concerned resident called Safe Haven. We called police and the animal control officer. When they drove by, they said the snow was too deep to get to the house and that it would take a team of people to try. So we organized a team. We drove through a fierce snowstorm to arrive, scaled the drifts and trudged up the long driveway. The house was dark and we

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couldn’t enter it, so we pressed our faces to the windows and called for the kitty. We circled the house, exhausted, because the snow was waist-high and packed. No kitty. But we found a broken basement window and called. Still no response. Suddenly we heard a mew and there he was, under the back deck. He was very hungry and gobbled down the food we brought. He didn’t put up much of a fight to go into the carrier and we all smiled victoriously as we headed back to Safe Haven. We named him Loopy. He was dirty, and his paws and face showed wear and tear from digging and chewing trash and rubble to eat. Since then the vet has given him a clean bill of health and he is recovered from his frightening past. Loopy is beautiful. His markings are truly one of a kind. From every angle he’s a work of art, from the white splash on his back and the tip of his powerful tail. Loopy is quiet, gentle and sweet. He exudes gratitude and peace. He makes you feel good just being around him. There’s nothing not to like and everything to love about him. Come and meet Loopy in our Thrift Shop. After all he’s endured, he certainly deserves a forever home of his own with someone wonderful like you. Advertise in

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limited number of young adult cats and a reasonable number of older adult cats still looking for loving families of their own. Kittens and their moms are now entering the system. We would like to remind pet owners to please spay or neuter your pets to reduce the numbers of homeless pets that are born each year. Volunteer Opportunities We are in need of folks willing to work with cats at the Sanford adoption center. For details, call Marilyn at 207490-2855. Rabies Clinic Sunday, April 27, 9 am to noon at the Community Center, Lebanon Road in North Berwick. Cost: $10 per vaccination. If possible, please bring the last rabies certificate your pet had. Dogs must be on leashes, and cats and ferrets in crates. All towns are welcomed.

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SPORTS WHS Athletes Loukola and Kellett Recognized for Good Citizenship WELLS Wells High School announced that seniors Jasmine Loukola and Gabriel Kellett have been selected by WHS to receive the Western Maine Conference’s Citizenship Award for 2014. “Great,” commented Loukola of her selection. “Actually I was very surprised and honored.” “Sounds very neat,” responded Gabriel Kellett when asked what it was like to be picked. Loukola’s community service includes hours of volunteer work with Relay for Life, Shootin’ for a Cure, and Little Dribblers. At school she has been a member of the field hockey,

lacrosse. Basketball and indoor track teams. She is a member of the National Honor Society and Equestrian Club and performs with the marching and concert bands and chorus. She has received the Maine Society of Women Engineers Award, as well as Student of the Trimester Awards and other academic awards. Kellett has given many hours of volunteer work to Camp CARD New England, the WHS Greenhouse and school store and he has participated in Special Olympics each year since his freshman year. “Gabe accepts every challenge presented to him in the classroom and holds an Honors status,” commented teacher

Cheryl Oakes. “His quiet leadership is one of Gabe’s most impressive attributes and he always speaks up for the underdog.” Loukola and Kellett will be honored for their good citizenship Thursday, April 10, by the Western Maine Conference at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland. Each year two students from high schools within the Western Maine Conference (WMC) area are selected by their school principals and athletic directors to receive this honor based on, according to WMC Secretary/treasurer Ken Levinsky, “…contributions to their school in the areas of academics, athletics, leadership and citizenship.”

Sea Dogs Opening Day Roster Announced The Boston Red Sox have announced the 2014 opening day roster for the Double-A affiliate Portland Sea Dogs. The roster is highlighted by three of the Red Sox Top 10 prospects as ranked by Baseball America; Henry Owens (#2), Blake Swihart (#5) and Mookie Betts (#7). The Sea Dogs open their 21st season on Thursday, April 3 against the Reading Fightin Phils in Reading, Pa. The home opener is set for Thursday, April 10 against the New Britain Rock Cats.

In addition to the three top ten prospects, the roster features six of Boston’s top 30 prospects according to Baseball America; with Deven Marrero (#15), Travis Shaw (# 26), and Sean Coyle (#30) rounding out the list. The 25-man active roster includes 12 players who have previously played for the Sea Dogs and 17 players with previous Double-A experience. The pitching staff is highlighted by the Red Sox top ranked pitching prospect; left-

SCOREBOARD

Berwick Academy Girl’s Varsity Tennis SOUTH BERWICK -

Ber wick Academy Girl’s Varsity tennis played it’s first tennis match on March 29 at home against Portsmouth Abbey of Rhode Island and won 4-1. The winners from Berwick were: #2 Singles - Kira Winter (Grade 7) won 6-3, 7-5; #3 Singles - Colby Wood (Grade 12) won 6-1, 6-3; #1 Doubles - Allison Dawe (Grade 12) and Blaine Stevens (Grade 9) 6-1, 6-3; and #2 Doubles - Samantha Greenspan (Grade 9) and Jeanne Allen (Grade 9) 6-4, 6-1. The next match is Saturday, April 5 at Berwick against Winsor School. Record is 1-0.

Berwick Academy Girls’ Lacrosse SOUTH BERWICK -

Berwick Academy Girls Lacrosse had their season opener against Portsmouth Abbey from Portsmouth, RI and won 12-7. The score was 3-3 at the half. Berwick is now 1-0 and Portsmouth Abbey is 0-1. Leading scorers were: Melanie Mait (3 goals), Tilly Burzynski (2 goals), Tatiana Bradley (1 goal, 2 assists0, Siobahn McDermott (2 goals, 1 assist), and Brooke Downey (2 goals). Kaitlyn Wurzer made 11 goal saves. Berwick will host Portsmouth High School for a scrimmage on Wednesday, April 2. The next league game is against Winsor School on Saturday, April 5.

hander Henry Owens. Other pitchers include Keith Couch (11-3, 3.47), Mike Augliera (9-6, 4.23), Noe Ramirez, Mickey Pena, Michael Olmsted, Nate Reed, and Jose Valdez. Behind the plate will be Blake Swihart, Matt Spring, and Michael Brenly. The outfield will consist of Bo Greenwell, Henry Ramos, and Shannon Wilkerson. Former Sea Dogs’ player Billy McMillon (1995) will begin his first season as Sea Dogs manager. He will be joined by pitching coach Bob Kipper who is back for his seventh season and Rich Gedman, the former Red Sox catcher, returns for his second season as the Sea Dogs hitting coach. For a full roster and for ticket information, call the Sea Dogs Ticket Office at 207-8799500 or visit online at www. seadogs.com.

Recognized by the Western Maine Conference for their demonstration of good citizenship are WHS seniors Jasmine Loukola and Gabriel Kellett. (Reg Bennett photo)

Sports Illustrated Reporter to Speak at Seacoast Waldorf School ELIOT At 7 pm on Friday, April 11, co-author of “Beyond Winning” Luis Fernando Llosa will speak at the Seacoast Waldorf School highlighting his concerns about youth sports today and offer suggestions for change. “Beyond Winning: Smart Parenting in a Toxic Sports Environment” (Lyons Press), coauthored with Kim John Payne (Simplicity Parenting) and Scott B. Lancaster (former National Football League youth sports director) is a candid, practical guide to help parents navigate the fanatical, results-obsessed world of youth sports. Three out of four kids quit youth sports by the age of thirteen and orthopedic doctors are seeing a dramatic increase in serious repetitive sports injuries in kids, previously reserved for professional athletes. This talk

will examine common problems which can curtail a young athlete’s development and find out how you can keep your kids enjoying sports in a healthy way. To purchase your tickets, visit seacoastwaldorfschool.org or call 207-686-3140. The school is located at 403 Route 236 (Dow Hwy) in Eliot.

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Foundation Accepting Grant Requests KENNEBUNK Through its Huntington Common Charitable Fund, Kennebunk Savings Bank Foundation donates over $100,000 each year in grants to programs that improve the lives of seniors. The Foundation has just announced that it is extending the first quarter request deadline to Friday, April 11 and is still accepting grant requests. The aim of the Fund is to help York County nonprofit organizations that benefit seniors (those over 65) with food, medical care, housing and fuel assistance, among other services. Previous grant recipients with programs benefiting seniors include York Hospital, Partners for a Hunger-Free York County, Southern Maine Agency on

RENTALS WANTED WE NEED MORE RENTALS! We keep filling your homes and need more. Call us to get results – no obligations or restrictions. Sales and buyer services as well. BILL JONES REALTY TEAM 207-636-7531 www.billjonesrealtyteam.com RENTAL WANTED Professional writer looking to rent 2-3 bedroom house or apartment in the Yorks. Year lease. Monthly rent $900 to $1800. Quiet, responsible, with excellent local references from prior landlords. Contact (603)340-2217.

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Aging, The Iris Network, the Good Shepherd Food Bank for their Food Mobile program, and the York Public Library, among others. Organizations offering ser-

vices to help seniors are encouraged to apply for funding. In 2014 there are three grant cycles with deadlines on April 11, July 1 and October 1. Applications for the current grant cycle should be submitted online at www.kennebunksavings.com.

...SNOW from page 36 out their marriage they would enjoy many trips to Canada, the Moosehead Lake region or be content in taking a ride around the beach at night to watch the tourists. Betty was kind, generous and loved people. She and David had a happy and full marriage. They remained soul mates. She was never alone during the challenges and treatments that Betty experienced throughout her cancer. Betty was a homebody at heart. She loved watching the natural habitat such as deer, birds, squirrels and the big Tom turkeys striding by. She had her share of dogs and cats through the years. With her girlfriends, Betty was a faithful walker – she would go about a mile a day and made sure she attended her weekly workouts at Curves. She had a perpetual green thumb and a vision of how her flower gardens should ebb and flow. Betty loved the arrival of

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spring and being able to take in the many flower shows, especially the Orchid Shows. Her beautiful flower gardens will come alive and be renewed each spring – and her memory will be cherished by all that had the privilege of knowing her. She is survived by her husband of 32 years, David J. Snow of South Berwick; her sister Kathy Wainwright and husband Cary of Rochester, NH; two nephews, two grandnieces and two grandnephews; and four step-children, eight grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren; and cousins. A graveside service with military honors will be held this spring on Friday, May 23, 2014 at 2 pm at Oakdale Cemetery in Sanford. To leave a message of condolence for the family, please visit www.autumngreenfuneralhome.com. Memorial donations may be made to the Hyder Family Hospice House, 285 County Farm Rd., Dover, NH 03820. Arrangements are in the care of The Autumn Green Funeral Home, 47 Oak Street in Alfred.

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~ Classifieds ~ PLUMBING & HEATING Plumbing &  Heating Service

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ACCOUNTING LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: laura.leber.cpa@gmail.com B/A ACCOUNTING Roberta (Bobbi) Macrum, CPA Bookkeeping, payroll, tax prep Small business consulting bonded & insured money mgmt Call 207-850-1292 or email baaccting@gmail.com

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HOUSEKEEPERS Now hiring for Saturday and/or Sunday. Experience preferred. Pay based on experience starting @ $10 & up. Please call 646-2202.

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NORTH BERWICK

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Home Care for Maine, a statewide agency, is seeking caring dependable candidates to assist elders and disabled individuals. Duties include housekeeping, personal care, errands and transportation. PCA/PSS/CAN. Experience not required. Openings in your area for days, nights, weekends in York County. Call 1-800-639-3084 or apply at www.homecareforme.org EOE/AAE

Seagull Inn & Condominiums is looking for a

RUNNER

for the upcoming summer season. Starting the end of May (right around Memorial day) and going until about Labor Day. The job consists of making beds, laying out towels, and folding laundry. It’s very part-time. We would need you every Saturday for usually about 6 hours starting at 9 a.m. and a day or two during the week to fold and organize laundry. During the week, it would be 3-4 hours/day. We are looking for someone who takes pride in their work and is detail oriented. If you are interested in applying please contact Steph via email at seagulloffice@ seagullvacations.com

HOUSE CLEANERS WANTED Experience preferred. Part-time or full-time, 15-40 hours per week. Saturdays required. Year-round or seasonal. Looking for hard working, detail oriented individuals. Must be at least 18 years old and have a dependable vehicle. $9-13 per hour.

Call to set up interview. 207-636-7936

COOKS, SERVICE STAFF, BUSSERS, RUNNERS, AND HOST STAFF

HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE Are You Compassionate? Our CAREGivers’ compassionate care has made us the leading provider of non-medical services to older adults. Join us in making a real difference in their lives – and yours. Flexible P/T morning, afternoon, evening, or overnight hours. Immediate openings in York, Kittery, Eliot and throughout York County. Home Instead Senior Care Kennebunk: 207.985.8550 York: 207.363.6550

WELLS RENTAL 1 BR APARTMENT No pets or smoking. 1 Year lease. $800/month includes heat. 207-646-2860

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Mechanically inclined, an eye for detail, and is self-motivated to accomplish daily goals.

HELP WANTED

YORK YEAR ROUND Furnished bedroom rental with private bathroom and entrance. Available end of May/mid-June. Rent includes heat, electric, cable TV, WiFi, flatscreen TV, refrig., and microwave. $995/mo. 207-363-3098

Call Dan: (207) 251-2221 or Email: villagemotors@comcast.net Visit our Web Site:

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METAL WELDING FABRICATOR

Canvasworks, Inc. in Kennebunk is looking for an experienced metal welding fabricator. Must be able to weld steel and aluminum. Position includes welding of galvanized steel and aluminum awning frames, in shop fabrication, and outside field installations of awnings and storm shutter products. Ladders are used so applicant must not be afraid of heights, and must be able to lift 100 lbs or more. We are looking for a great motivator, team player, and hard worker to join our team. Position is for full-time employment. Please call Steve Eberle at 207-985-2419 or email canvas@canvasworksinc.com to schedule an interview appointment.

Bob’s Clam Hut and Robert’s Maine Grill are currently seeking seasonal as well as part time and full time help. Positions include cooks, service staff, bussers, runners, and host staff. If interested, stop by either restaurant to complete an application.

Bob’s Clam Hut 315 US Route 1, Kittery

Robert’s Maine Grill 326 US Route 1, Kittery


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~ Library News ~

Wells Public Library

8181 or visit www.wells.lib.me.us.

Baseball: Learn and Play

William Fogg Library

Sunday, April 6 for our rescheduled baseball celebration. From 12 to 12:30 pm at the Wells High School. Children’s author and illustrator Matt Tavares will present on what it is like to create awardwinning baseball books, and give a drawing demonstration. Following this, from 12:30 to 1 pm, there will be a chance for participants to test their skills with a baseball/ softball practice, workshop, or introduction depending upon the skill level of those in attendance. This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library and the Wells-Ogunquit Little League. No registration is required for this all ages event, but please bring a baseball glove and be prepared to learn and play.

National Poetry Month

Friday, April 4 from 12 to 1 pm to celebrate National Poetr y Month with Maine’s former Poet Laureate, Betsy Sholl. Sholl will read selections from her recently released book, “Otherwise Unseeable,” talk about how her Mennonite religion has influenced her writing, and share experiences from her time as Maine’s Poet Laureate from 2006-2011. Copies of Otherwise Unseeable will be available for sale and signing after the event. This program is part of our monthly Lunch & Learn series sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. Feel free to bring a lunch if you’d like, the library will provide drinks and dessert.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-646-

Story Book Art

Saturday, April 5 at 11 am. Explore books in new and creative ways through hands-on art activities. “The Easter Egg” by Jan Brett will be read, then decorate eggs using an easy decoupage technique. All of the activities are appropriate for children ages 5 and up (younger siblings may participate with a parent’s help). No registration is required.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-4399437 or visit www.william-fogg. lib.me.us.

York Public Library “The Maltese Falcon” (1941)

York Reads Film, Friday, April 4 at 7 pm. The 1941 film stars Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade and Mary Astor as Miss Wonderly. This was director John Huston’s debut and its success catapulted Bogart to the top as a leading man. Considered by many to be the first in the film noir genre, this movie is on many greatest films lists. 100 minutes. Local film aficionado Bill Lord will introduce the film.

“The Maltese Falcon” (1931)

York Reads Film, Friday, April 11 at 7 pm. The 1931 film is similar to the Bogart film, but came out in the days before the Motion Picture Production Code. Because it came out before “code”, it is a racier, more sexually explicit film. This film stars Ricardo Cortez as detective Sam Spade and Bebe Daniels as Ruth Wonderly. 78

minutes. Local film aficionado Bill Lord will introduce the film.

“Frozen”

Family Film, Saturday, April 12 at 6:30 pm. Fearless optimist Anna teams up with Kristoff in an epic journey. Encountering Everest-like conditions and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, they race to find Anna’s sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. Rated PG. 102 minutes.

“12 Years a Slave”

Spring Film Series, Sunday, April 13 at 3 pm. A free black man living in New York before the Civil War is kidnapped and sold in Louisiana as a slave. A provocative, engrossing account of the psychological contortions slavery inflicts on everyone involved in what was once called our nation’s “peculiar institution.” Rated R for violence, some nudity and brief sexuality. 134 minutes.

Hands-on Tuesday

Tuesday, April 8, 10:15-11 am, ages 2-5. Lauren Pollard and Kate Pfirman invite children and their caregivers to explore different sensory activities. Please wear old clothes or a smock as these programs can get messy.

Legos

Thursday, April 10, 3:30-4:30 pm. Do you love to build with Legos? Come to the library Legos group where you can create and share your Lego structures, Kindergarten to Middle School children.

In the Kennebunk Room

Eight artists from York Art Association will be showing their work in the Kennebunk Room during the

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importance of mice as reservoirs for tick-borne pathogens. From a human health perspective, the indifference that white-footed mice have to black-legged ticks is bad news. It signals a positive feedback loop that favors the proliferation of parasites.” The Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies is a private, notfor-profit environmental research and education organization in Millbrook, N.Y. For thirty years, Cary Institute scientists have been investigating the complex interactions that govern the natural world.

and enjoyable with Google Maps, quick facts and downloadable trail maps in a handy, user-friendly format. The new site hosts a bevy of beautiful photographs from stellar scenic views to local flora and fauna. But better than reading about it, the best way to experience the site it to visit www. yorklandtrust.org. York Land Trust welcomes your feedback. Send your thoughts to info@yorklandtrust. org or post them to us on Facebook via www.facebook.com/ YLT.York.ME.

month of April. They are: Donna Asquith (Watercolor, Gouache, and Pastel), Kenny Gilbride (Fine Arts Photographer of Fun for Fun), Tom Gilmore (Landscape and Wildlife Photography), Carol Ann Powley (Acrylics,Watercolor, and Fiber Art), Fred Steele (Collage), Robert Charles Taylor (Fine Ar t Photography, Landscape and Wildlife), Alice Lee Timmons (Sewn Mosaics), Susan Wierzba (Painting on Silk).

Stories in Miniature: Seacoast resident Cheryl Frye’s new diorama “Mr. Selfridge” is based on PBS’s Masterpiece Theater series, “The Paradise” which is in turn based on Émile Zola’s classic novel, “Au Bonheur des Dames”. Cheryl develops these delightful scenes with her grandchildren. Her work has been exhibited in a number of Seacoast Libraries, including Rye and Portsmouth. (It is on display on the upper level of the Library). Museums of Old York Display Case on the Lower Level: The musical instruments displayed in this exhibit were all made or used here in York Maine.

Display Cases

An antique puppet from Java which represents a character from the epic Indian poem “Ramyama”, a Shoshone vest and figures from Idaho, and wood-carvings from the Northwest Coastal Native American Kwakiutl, including a number of masks and bowls.

For More Information

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

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2012 FORD FOCUS SE

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$ OR BUY FOR

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2013 DODGE AVENGER SE

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

ONE OWNER

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370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220

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Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

7,479

ONE OWNER

All prices and payments ref lect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash and Consumer Rebates. Manufacturer qualif ications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment.

5-Year/60,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Coverage 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Roadside Assistance

$

SomersworthHyundai.com

All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash and Consumer Rebates. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment.


April 4, 2014

40 The Weekly Sentinel

WS

Nancy Ergmann | Lisa Hamel | Mike Conlon | Laura Daly | David Sullivan | Lianne Cronin | Jeffrey Jellison | Nancy Stolberg | Laurie Collins

Atlantic Realty 433 US Route 1, Cottage Place, Suite 101, York, ME 03909 | 207.363.4053 | info@c21atlantic.com

WELLS - EAST OF ROUTE 1 LOCATION WITH LESS THAN A 3 MINUTE DRIVE TO WELL’S ROCKY COAST! This 3 BR, 2 BA, open concept home is low maintenance and move-in ready. Central air installed for the hot summer days. $244,900 DAVID SULLIVAN 207-332-0746

YORK - IMPRESSIVELY-KEPT HIP ROOF COLONIAL IN A HIGHLY DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOOD! 3 BRs, bonus room on 2nd flr, spacious kitchen & dining w/ granite & built-ins, FP in LR, 1st flr den/office, patio around an inground pool. Private backyard abutting 50 acres of conservation land! $549,000 JEFF JELLISON 207-752-1659

YORK BEACH - DEVELOPERS TAKE NOTE! 4 Units directly across the street from Long Sands Beach. Ideal opportunity for a family compound. Large beach lot. Plenty of parking. $759,000 LAURA DALY 207-337-2121

YORK - JUST WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR! Tasteful 3,500 SF home located on a cul-de-sac abutting conserv. area. Open concept w/ tile & wood flrs, FP, cath. ceiling, skylights, 2 lower level rooms & a finished walk-up 3rd flr. Private entertaining space outdoors on multi-level deck w/ spa. $524,900 LAURIE COLLINS 207-337-3746

ACCESS THE ATLANTIC OCEAN FROM THIS YORK RIVERFRONT ESTATE set on 1.59 acres with 200 feet on the river and a deep water dock. Beautiful 3,500 SF home with many custom features. Huge family room, gracious formal dining and living rooms, country kitchen and more. $895,000 MIKE CONLON 207-337-1287

YORK - WALK TO THE BEACH FROM THIS LOVELY 4 BR COLONIAL! Situated on a large private lot which is beautifully landscaped w/ a waterfall. Set back from the road yet an easy walk to the Village, schools, restaurants & 2 beaches. The finished basement adds more living space! $429,900 NANCY ERGMANN 207-337-2896

MOTIVATED SELLER

YORK - LOCATION, SOPHISTICATION AND STYLE ALL IN ONE PROPERTY! This attractive, hip-roof Colonial is perfect for a quiet, in-town neighborhood with easy access to beaches, shopping & hwy. Move in ready. High-end, custom finishes, spacious 3 BRs, 2-car garage, bonus 3rd flr space & more. $449,000 LIANNE CRONIN 603-674-1441

ELIOT - ENJOY WATERFRONT LIVING AT A FRACTION OF THE COST! This meticulous 3 BR Colonial includes a neighborhood waterfront common area w/ deep water dock & moorings. Step inside to appreciate all the recent upgrades and see why this might be the best buy in town! $299,000 LISA HAMEL 207-361-7019

NEW PRICE

NEW PRICE

YORK BEACH - FANTASTIC OCEAN FRONT LOCATION! BREATHTAKING VIEWS! This home has 5 BRs and a walk-up attic. Sit on the charming wrap-around porch. Take a stroll to the Nubble Lighthouse or the beach. Large lot for outdoor fun. Plenty of parking. $889,000 NANCY STOLBERG 207-337-4932

YORK - MAGNIFICENT WATER VIEWS FROM NEARLY EVERY ROOM! This home has 140’ of York River frontage & 1.36 acres. A well-thought-out floor plan provides easy 1-level living. Spacious LR & DR boast oak flrs, cath. ceiling in FR w/ floor-to-ceiling stone FP, 3 BRs & lower level bonus room. Get your kayaks ready! $550,000

YORK - NEW CONSTRUCTION IS UNDERWAY ON THE YORK RIVER! 4,500 SF of living space within this well-designed Cape Cod w/ 4 BRs, 3 finished floors, central A/C and too much more to list on a private 3.76 acre lot with over 400 feet of frontage on the York River with flat, easy access to the water. $798,000

YORK BEACH LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! This 2-car garage is one of three buildings located on a very large lot at Long Sands Beach. Currently going through condo conversions, this building has been approved for a 2 bedroom, yearround Condo. $499,000

YORK BEACH - SPECTACULAR ATLANTIC OCEAN VIEWS LOCATED JUST STEPS AWAY TO SHORT SANDS BEACH! Two buildings on one lot a three bedroom Cottage with a huge, open first floor plan plus a one bedroom annex Cottage with an open concept living area. Enough parking for all! $699,000

YORK - THE PERFECT BEACH HOUSE! Just steps from Short Sands Beach, this 3 BR, seasonal Cottage is a fantastic buy just in time for the 2014 season. Relax on the covered porch and smell, hear, and see the Atlantic. You will not want to miss out on this opportunity for a move-in ready Cottage close to all the action. $312,500

KITTERY - BRIGHT AND CHEERY! Ideal retirement, first-time buyers or yearround vacation home. Well-maintained park close to beaches and shopping. Newly renovated throughout. Almost new kitchen appliances including range, refrigerator, dishwasher, washer and dryer. $24,900

YORK - SUMMERTIME AT THE BEACH! This completely renovated 2 BR, yearround Condo enjoys Long Beach as its front yard. Evenings can be spent on the front porch as you watch the crashing waves. Kitchen and bath are new, complete with granite counters in the kitchen. Open your eyes and enjoy the ocean! $364,900

www.c21atlantic.com

WS Apr. 4, 2014  

Weekly Sentinel, April 4, 2014

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