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Volume 9 • Issue No. 14

50-Year Anniversary Commemorates USS Thresher By Adam Marletta Contributing Writer KITTERY – Wednesday, April 10, marks the 50-year anniversary of the worst naval disaster in U.S. history: The sinking of The USS Thresher. On that tragic date in 1963, the nuclear-powered submarine sank during a routine deep-diving test off the coast of Cape Cod. All 129 crewmen died. Personnel at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine, where the Thresher was built, plan to acknowledge the 50th anniversary with a memorial service on Sunday. The memorial includes a 129-foot flagpole placed in the Kittery Memorial Circle in honor of the officers, contractors and shipyard workers who perished aboard the ship.

A sleek, state-of-the-art naval sub designed specifically for Cold War confrontation, The USS Thresher (SSN-593) was built to dive deeper and cruise faster than any previous nuclear vessel of its class. The 278-foot submarine cost $45 million and was launched on July 9, 1960. Mrs. Frederick B. Warder – wife of the famous Pa-

cific War skipper – sponsored the ship. Prior to sinking, Thresher, accompanied by the submarine rescue ship Skylark, was conducting post-overhaul exercises off the coast of Cape Cod, Mass. Fifteen minutes into the deep-diving exercise Thresher’s crew attempted to radio Skylark about technical

South Berwick Teen Wins State in Federal Duck Stamp Contest SOUTH BERWICK – A painting by 18-year-old Jocelyn Desisto of South Berwick won Best of Show in the Maine

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competition of the 2013 Federal Junior Duck Stamp Design Contest. The judging was held recently at the Washington County Community College in Calais. Desisto, a senior at Marshwood High School, submitted an acrylic painting of a wood duck. Her entry was chosen from the 449 received from 15 schools and groups throughout Maine. The Best of Show artwork will now compete in the national contest on April 19. Her artwork will be included in an exhibit that will tour the United States for the coming year. The contest is organized each year by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It is part of a program that teaches students in kindergarten through 12th grades about wetlands and waterfowl conservation. It is modeled after the Federal Duck Stamp Contest for adult artists. Students create original artwork showing North American ducks, geese or swans in their natural habitats. First, second, third and honorable mention

Local Wine Dinner Inspired by Trip to Italy OGUNQUIT – A wine dinner that marks the culmination of a month-long saga of travel and discovery up and down the culinary mecca that is Italy will be hosted on Thursday, April 11, at Five-O Shore Road in Ogunquit. In late February and con-

awards are given out in four age categories. The Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation and Design Program was created in 1989. The art contest started in 1990 with 3,000 students from California participating. Today about 30,000 students throughout the United States, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin Islands participate in the Junior Duck Stamp Contest annually. The first place national winning design is used to create the Federal Junior Duck Stamp. The Junior Duck Stamps cost $5 each and proceeds go to support environmental education by providing awards and scholarships for students, teachers, and schools. (courtesy photo)

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problems. But the only message Skylark’s crew received was garbled static, followed by a shriek described as “air rushing into an air tank.” They were unable to reconnect with Thresher. Subsequent military reports attribute the ship’s sinking to a poorly crafted piping system

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which came unsealed. The resulting burst of seawater caused the engine system to shut down and the ship to implode. The loss of life, coupled with the destruction of a seemingly invincible Navy vessel during the height of Cold War anxiety, left America stunned. In the wake of the disaster, the Navy implemented a series of modern efficiency protocols and improvements to ensure the tragedy is not repeated. Portsmouth High School will hold a private memorial service to honor the 129 crewmen – 47 of which were from Maine – on Saturday. The event is expected to draw over 700 families. A public ceremony is planned for the following day, Sunday, April 7, at the Kittery Memorial Circle. During that time, the memorial flagpole will be unveiled. (courtesy photo)

tinuing into the second week of March, owners Donato Tramuto and Jeffrey Porter of Five-O Shore Road and Caffe Prego took all of the key members of their staff from all of their properties to Italy. See ITALY page 13...

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NORTH BERWICK – Principal Joseph Findlay announced recently that Adam Della-Piana of Berwick, a senior at Noble High School, was selected to receive the 2013 Maine Principals’ Award. This award, sponsored by the Maine Principals’ Association, is given in recognition of a high school senior’s academic achievement and citi-

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tailored to the individual developmental level of children in each grade, transform laboratory science into interactive learning experiences for children. Mad Science franchises exist in all 50 states and in 25 countries across five continents. Mad Science of Maine’s mission is “to spark the imagination and curiosity of children through hands-on science programs that instill a clear understanding of what science is really about and how it affects the world around us.” Kindergarten students experienced the “Human Body” program. Kindergarten student Will Eagleson said, “We listened to our heart, and we learned that our brains are grayish brown.” Will’s classmate, Theo Pow, added, “We learned how the

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Consignment Sale Set at Wells Elementary WELLS – The Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) of Wells Elementary School will host a spring and summer “All-4-Kids Consignment Sale” on Saturday, April 6, from 8 a.m. until noon in the gym at Wells Elementary. Sale items are inspected by PTSA members and appropriately tagged and sorted by size and gender. Spring and summer clothing for girls and boys is offered in sizes from newborn to 18. The event will also offer children’s shoes, sneakers and sandals; pool and beach items; toys; books; games; CDs and videos; sports equipment; baby items, and children’s furniture. With funds generated from events like the consignment sale, the PTSA is able to sponsor annual events at WES including Colors Day and Starz for Broadway. The PTSA also grants funds to teachers for requested classroom items not covered in the district’s budget. All leftover and unclaimed items will be donated to various charities. Wells Elementary School is located at 279 Sanford Road in Wells. For more information, contact the PTSA at 646-5953, extension 4330, or e-mail wes. ptsa@gmail.com.


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~ News ~ Wells Junior Wins Silver Key Award “Celebrate’ Art Exhibit on Display WELLS – Wells High School junior Madilin “Maddy� Pagliarulo was named the recipient of a Silver Key award in the digital media category of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for 2013. Pagliarulo’s winning entry, the result of an assignment in AP studio art class, is an example of an ancient Oriental, Hindu and Buddhist visual art form known as mandala, a duplication of a manipulated image multiple times with the resulting duplicates formed into a geometric, often circular, design. Mandalas often feature a deity and symbolize the cosmos. “It is an excellent work, a beautiful piece nicely balanced with the color scheme,� said Pagliarulo’s art teacher, Vanessa White-Capelluti, who said she was impressed with the neutrality, warm colors and texture of the final image. Pagliarulo’s image began as a digital photograph of a large inactive wasp hive located at the front of her family’s home. Before the original photo had been taken, the wasp hive had been sprayed with pesticide by Pagliarulo’s father, leaving the remaining wasps in and around the hive with the appearance of being frozen in time. A section was cut from the

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host an evening of poetry at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9, as a stop on the journey of the Maine Poetry Express, an initiative of Maine Poet Laureate Wesley McNair and the statewide literary arts organization, the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. The Maine Poetry Express, a metaphoric train, is traveling to a series of 14 stops throughout the state over the next few months, bringing together Maine poets and townspeople for shared readings

that combine poetry with testimonies about the literary form’s relevance to the lives and concerns of all people. The primary goal of the Maine Poetry Express, McNair said, is to show that poetry belongs not only to literary specialists but to all of us. The “conductor,” of the York stop is Library Trustee Susan Yorston. On board will be Maine poets Richard Foerster, Megan Grumbling, and McNair, Maine Poet Laureate.

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Art Reception

A reception for a 12th Annual Student Art Show is slated from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9. The show features acrylics, drawings, photography, sculpture and multimedia works by York students. The exhibit will hang through May 2.

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D.A. Hurd Library Poetry Reading

Maine poet Christine Howes will read her poetry on Tuesday, April 9, at 7 p.m. Howes is a featured writer in the Maine Women Writer’s Collection at the University of New England. She works in the traditional Welsh forms as well as Japanese verse and has done several international poetry readings, including at the Soiree de Poesie in Quebec and at Mansfield College, Oxford. Her poem “Epitaph” was chosen by the Choral Arts Society of Maine to be set to music and was performed in Portland in 1995. Howes resides in Kennebunk with her husband, Robert. The program is open to the public.

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The group will meet on Monday, April 8, from 4 to 6 p.m, at the Rice Public Library in Kittery. Participants will be reading and discussing cats of all kinds in fiction and nonfiction. The group’s meetings alternate between the Rice Library and the William Fogg Library in Eliot. New members are welcome. For more information, call the Fogg Library at 439-9437.

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Friday, April 5

Abstract Gallery Show

The opening reception for an annual abstract show will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on April 5 at the Irvine Gallery at River Tree Arts in Kennebunk. The reception will feature light fare and a cash bar.

Saturday, April 6 Bean Supper

An all-you-can-eat bean supper is planned from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at West Kennebunk United Methodist Church, 160 Alfred Road, West Kennebunk. Cost: $7.00, adults; $3.00, children 5-10 years old; free, children under 6. For more information: 985-6632.

‘Princess Gala’

Kennebunkport Parks & Recreation will host the “Princess Gala� – a father/daughter dance – on Saturday, April 6, from 6:30 to 8:30

p.m. with the music of DJ Kevin Ouellette. Refreshments, door prizes. Daughters should be of school age, and fathers may also be stepfathers, uncles, grandfathers, or other significant male.

Business Training

A day of training to assist area businesses and improve employment skills will be presented by Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education on Saturday, April 6, at Wells High School. Workshops are slated from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will offer information on marketing, using technology for business and writing for your market. Participants should bring a bag lunch. To reserve a seat, visit www.wellsogunquit.maineadulted.org or call 646-4565.

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A public breakfast will be served on Sunday, April 7, from 7 to 11 a.m. at St. John’s Masonic Hall, 216 Portland St., South Berwick. Menu features eggs cooked to order and bacon. Tickets are $5 at the door.

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Preschool Story Hour: “Big Night for Salamanders.� An introduction to animals through a book reading, a short trail walk, and a fun activity. 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. For ages 3 to 5. Free. Wells Reserve at Laudholm 207-646-1555 wellsreserve.org.

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Milda Castern, an attorney with the firm of Bergen and Parkinson, will conduct a seminar on estate planning from 9 to 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 9, at St. David’s Episcopal Church, 138 York Street in Kennebunk. This seminar is free and open to the public. Call 985-3073 for more information. A tour of the Hussey Seating Company Museum, 38 Dyer St., North Berwick, will be offered for members of the North Berwick Historical Society at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9. The tour will be guided by Tim Hussey, president and chief executive officer of company.

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audition will be given an opportunity to perform at the Shriners Circus during April school vacation week, at a Portland Seadogs home game, at select Maine Games events, and in July, at the 24th annual Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic, in Biddeford. In addition, this year’s vocalist will be given a recording session courtesy of Blue Wave Creative, and the Portland Radio Group, and will receive a CD recording of their rendition. Local finalists include Sharon Arsenault of South Berwick, Jordan Collin of Berwick, and Allyson Scully of York.

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Thursday, April 11

Kennebunkport Parks and Recreation will sponsor a trip to “Canyon Country� which will include the vistas and the unique topography of three national parks: Zion, Bryce, and the Grand Canyon. The itinerary will include stops in Sedona, Kaibab National Forest, Lake Powell Resort, Monument Valley and Las Vegas. An informational meeting is set 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, at Consolidated School.

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A Woodcock Watch is slated 7 to 8:30 p.m. Discover the mysterious American woodcock, a shorebird that lives in the forest and performs a remarkable sunset display. Leader will be Paul Dest. $7/$5. Reservations required. Wells Reserve at Laudholm 207-646-1555 wellsreserve.org. The program will be repeated on Friday, April 12.

Saturday, April 13 The York Lobstermen’s Association will host an annual Lobster Trap Clean-Up Day beginning at 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 13, at Town Dock No. 1 in York Harbor. For more information, call 207363-6473.

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The First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main St., South Berwick, will host a turkey supper on Saturday, April 13, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the church vestry. Menu includes turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, beverages, and dessert. Cost: $8 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, free for ages 5 and under.

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LEWISTON – Three area residents will be among the 22 finalists who will participate in this year’s Maine Games National Anthem Auditions at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at the Kora Shrine Temple, 11 Sabattus St. Applications from singers from all over the state were read by a panel of judges and 22 men, women and children were invited to this year’s audition. For the seventh year, the Maine Games has offered this competition to find the right mix of vocal talent and patriotism to represent their organization around the state. The winner of this year’s

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A flea market/ and yard sale will be hosted from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at American Legion Post 56, 9 Hannaford Drive, York. The fundraiser will benefit American Legion Post 56, troops and veterans. Donations accepted. For more information, call 603-738-7607, 207-363-0339, or 207-351-9993.

Bible Experience

Walk through the Bible, an experience for all ages, will be presented from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at York Baptist Church, 61 York St. Cost is $20; lunch is included. Call 363-2177 for more information.

Music Fundraiser

The Wells/Ogunquit Music Boosters will host a turkey dinner on Saturday, April 13, from 5 to 7 p.m. at St. Mary’s Church, Eldredge Road. Cost: $8. Proceeds benefit school music programs.

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York County Audubon will host a field trip to Timber Point from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April13. Call 207-883-6475 for more information.


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~ News ~ Ethel’s Tree of Life Receives United Way Grant SOUTH BERWICK – Ethel’s Tree of Life was awarded a one-year grant from United Way of York County totaling $11,000. This investment will support the Branching Out Program,

which provides skill building opportunities such as workshops, socialization activities, Urban Hikes, a full summer activities schedule, life skills trips, and informational sessions as well as a venue for building peer rela-

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learning, such as a death in the family, at risk youths, and, other contributing factors. Ethel’s Tree of Life provides transition services in life and work skills for youths and young adults between the ages of 14 and 24 who live with any disabilities

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or special needs and has served the area for 11 years. All skill building is mentor and recreation based. There are two locations for workshops: Biddeford and South Berwick. Visit www.ethelstree.org or call 207704-0265.

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Couples expecting their first child often find that the months leading up to the birth of the baby are an exciting time filled with anticipation. But those months are also a time for expectant parents to make some important decisions regarding their finances. Raising a child is an expensive endeavor, one that couples must start preparing for

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until they receive the news that a baby is on the way, those conversations have a way of being put on the back burner. Now that a baby is on the way, couples need to revisit those discussions, and determining how much income they need is a great place to start. The dual-income household has become the norm in the 21st century, when the cost of living has skyrocketed. But couples must determine if it’s in the family’s best interest for both parents to keep working once their child is born. The cost of childcare is considerable, and it may be in a family’s best interest for just one parent to work until the child reaches school age. Consider your total income as well as your financial obligations (i.e., mortgage, car payments, etc.) and then shop around for the cost of childcare. If it makes more sense to become a single-income household, even if it’s just for a few years, then you will have another important decision to make. Determine who is staying home. Couples who have decided that it’s in their best interests to become a single-income household once their child is born must decide who will be staying home and who will continue working. It’s easy to say the parent who is earning the most should continue working, but that decision is not so black and white. Consider the cost of healthcare offered by each of your employers. Some health-

care plans are significantly more affordable than others, and this might weigh heavily on your decision, especially if both parents are earning relatively similar incomes. Another thing to consider is each of your opportunities for advancement at your current company and within your field. Earning potential should factor heavily into the decision as to which parent will continue working, especially if you plan to have another child down the road. The conversation as to who will continue working should be treated delicately. Discuss your housing needs. Couples who are expecting a child often feel this is a great time to abandon apartment living and buy a home of their own. But chances are you can comfortably manage to live in your apartment for a few more years after your child is born. Those extra years of apartment living can give you the chance to save more money so you can afford a nicer home in a better neighborhood that boasts better schools. Or apartment living for a few more years may give you more time to save and place a larger down payment on your home down the road. The larger the initial down payment, the lower your monthly mortgage payment, so it might be in your best interest to squirrel away a few more dollars before you go house hunting. Establish a financial safety net. Many financial advisors

suggest both singles and couples have between three to six months’ income saved in case of emergency, such as a layoff or an accident that prevents you from working. This is especially important for expecting couples, who will soon have an additional mouth to feed. This safety net should be big enough so you can comfortably pay all of your bills, including those for housing, transportation and food, for three to six months. If saving that amount of money is not realistic, save as much as possible and continue to do so once your child is born. Purchase life insurance. Life insurance is perhaps the most important purchase expectant couples can make once they learn a baby is on the way. It’s understandable if young couples without children have no life insurance, but that child on the way will be relying on his or her parents for financial support for at least the next 18 years. Life insurance ensures you can provide that support even if something happens to both you and your spouse. The months leading up to the birth of a child is an exciting time for the expecting parents, but it’s also a time to make some important financial decisions. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.

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business & finance career Planning course scheduled at college

SACO – “Women, Work and Community,� a 24-hour class to examine work values and interests, identify transferable skills, and explore earning potential, will be offered from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays and Wednes-

days, April 8 to 24, at the University College at Saco, 110 Main St. Participants will learn about local projected growth industries and identify the skills, education, and training needed to build a career. At the end of the class, each student will have a plan to

achieve career goals. Assistance with resume building and job seeking will also be provided. Two follow-up sessions are scheduled to provide ongoing networking and support. To register or for more information, call 286-1722.

second visit to Italy and his second time consulting with world-renowned Michelin Chef Richard Titi of Il Falconiere. Once again, Chef Walter said he left Italy inspired and filled with culinary knowledge that he looks forward to passing to every visitor who comes to Five-O. During his stay in Florence, Montepulciano and Rome, Chef Walter also did diligent research in several obscure ingredients only found in authentic Italian cooking. This Italian inspiration will be featured prominently during the wine dinner on April 11. The wines served at this dinner will all be from Felsina Winery located in the Chianti region of Tuscany. Each of these wines was selected by the owner and winemaker during a private

dinner at the villa on the winery compound. Several of the courses featured at this dinner will be replicated for the wine dinner at Five-O. The meal will be completed by a house-made lemoncello, the recipe of which originates from the Amalfie Coast, the source of the world’s best lemoncello. This family recipe was acquired by Pucciarelli, and is a traditional way to finish a memorable dinner. For more information on this dinner, consult the Five-O website at www.five-oshoreroad. com, or call 207-646-5001 for reservations and details.

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The Pink Pals are kicking off another fundraiser for York Hospital’s Breast Cancer Living Well Fund!

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Community Bicycle Center Receives United Way Grant BIDDEFORD – The Community Bicycle Center (CBC) recently announced it has been awarded a one-year grant totaling $5,520 by United Way of York County. The investment is intended to build life skills in youth to provide healthy foundations for life. The Community Bicycle Center provides youth enrichment opportunities for personal growth through bicycling-related activities. The CBC’s after/ out-of-school programs include drop-in bike maintenance, a girls-only bike riding group, seasonal mountain bike and road rides, Bike Doctor outreach, a charity cycling team, welding, and formal bike repair training groups.

Since 2005, the CBC has been facilitating youth development programs that equip youth living in Biddeford and surrounding communities with life skills, physical health, mentoring, and asset-building experiences. Hands-on bicycle maintenance, cycling, and community service activities are used to develop thriving attitudes, behaviors, and skills in participants. Staff and volunteers are guided by the vision of engaging people of all ages and backgrounds in experiences to improve their well being through bicycles and bicycle-related experiences. Visit www.communitybike.net or call 207-282-9700 to learn more CBC programs.

Better Breathers Group to Meet BIDDEFORD – The Better Breathers Club of Southern Maine Medical Center will meet from 1 to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10, at SMMC PrimeCare Physicians, 9 Healthcare Drive. The free program is open to anyone interested in learning

The Pink Carpet Event: Bags, Baubles and the Best of Everything will take place on Thursday, November 7, 2013 at Portsmouth Harbor Events! The PALS are hard at work already soliciting donations of fabulous handbags and jewelry for a girls’ night out not to be missed! For more information, visit www.yorkhospital.com/thepinkcarpet or e-mail thepinkpals@gmail.com!

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SACO – HomeHealth Visiting Nurses (HHVN) was recently awarded a one-year grant from United Way of York County totaling $5,520. This investment will support charity care for adults and seniors who need home health services but lack insurance and/or resources to pay for necessary care. Last year, HHVN traveled over 1.6 million miles to provide essential care to 22,000 patients throughout York, Cumberland and southern Oxford counties. York County represents 41 percemt of the agency’s service area. Services are provided to patients of all ages without regard to income or payment source. HHVN programs enhance independence and quality of life for elders facing an acute illness, adults recovering from surgery and children coping with the challenges of a life-limiting ill-

ness. Through a state funded grant, HHVN provides education, nursing care and support to pregnant women, newborn infants and children with special needs. In delivering this care, HHVN provided over $94,300 of charity care and $237,800 of care not reimbursed by government programs in York County. HomeHealth Visiting Nurses is a not-for-profit home health care agency providing skilled nursing, rehabilitation, home health aide support, medical social work, parent and child health care, community health clinics, Telehealth and other services in Cumberland and York and Southern Oxford Counties. HomeHealth Visiting Nurses is a member of MaineHealth. For more information, call 1-800-660-4867 or visit www.homehealth.org.

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Kids’ Vitamin Deficiency Signs A healthy diet is supposed to provide all of the essential vitamins and minerals necessary to sustain a body. But thanks to finicky eating habits and limited choices, many children are not getting the vitamins and minerals they need to grow up healthy. Although many foods are fortified with certain vitamins, they still may not be enough to provide the level of nutrition required for a growing body. Parents may be well informed of a child’s needs of vitamin C to boost immune system function, but they may not be as readily informed about other vitamins that are essential to human health. Vitamin A

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Health & Fitness Certified Stroke Centers More Likely to Give Clot-Busting Drugs

Stroke patients are three times more likely to receive clot-busting medication if treated at a certified stroke center, according to a study in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Intravenous tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) is the only drug approved by the Food and Drug Administration for emergency treatment for people who have ischemic (clot-caused) stroke. The drug can reduce stroke disability.

“The stroke center concept has rapidly taken off, and this data demonstrates one way that certified centers are doing better than non-certified centers,” said Dr. Michael T. Mullen, the study’s lead author and an assistant professor of neurology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The researchers examined hospital discharge data on 323,228 ischemic stroke pa-

tients from 26 states in 200409. The clot-buster was administered to: 3.1 percent of patients overall, 6.7 percent of patients at primary stroke centers certified by the Joint Commission, and 2.2 percent of patients at other facilities. After researchers adjusted for patient and facility characteristics, they found the likelihood of receiving tPA was still almost twice as high in certified stroke centers.

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Over time, tPA use increased from 6 percent to 7.6 percent at certified primary stroke centers and 1.4 percent to 3.3 percent at non-certified hospitals. During a stroke, blood flow must be restored quickly and tPA can only be administered in the first few hours after symptoms start. “Between 10 percent to 15 percent of patients arriving at the hospital with ischemic strokes are eligible to receive tPA,” said Dr. Eric Smith, chair of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke quality improvement program and an associate professor of neurology at the University of Calgary. “This research shows that the certification program seems to be working, and that treatment is improving over time. Unlike the improvement in the percentage of patients receiving tPA, we haven’t seen comparable improvements in the speed at which patients are evaluated and treated, and that is a major factor in determining

outcome.” The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Target: Stroke program helps hospitals treat 50 percent or more of patients within the first hour after they arrive. In conjunction with The Joint Commission, the association also offers certification to facilities that meet criteria as Comprehensive Stroke Centers. “We need more complete systems of care to make sure patients are getting to the best facility to treat their stroke — and getting there as quickly as possible,” Smith said. At the first sign of a stroke, call 9-1-1 to get to the facility that provides appropriate treatment. The American Stroke Association has more information and tools, including a new mobile app, that can help you recognize and respond to stroke symptoms. Co-authors are Scott Kasner, M.D.; Michael Kallan, M.S.; Dawn KleinSee STROKE page 17...

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Ear Infection Treatment Revised Few illnesses plague young children as frequently as ear infections. In fact, research suggests at least half of all children age one or younger will experience an ear infection. Antibiotics have long been the standard method of treatment for ear infections. However, new guidelines have emerged and a pediatrician may not be so quick to use amoxicillin as a remedy. What is an ear infection? An ear infection is an

abnormality in the appearance or function of the ear. It may be the result of bacteria, viruses or injury to the ear. An ear infection is known as “otitis media,” and there are three primary kinds of ear infections that may occur. Acute otitis media is an infection of the middle ear with symptoms that include pain, redness of the eardrum, pus in the ear, and fever. Otitis media with effusion is a buildup of fluid in the middle ear without infection. This type of ear infection is more common

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than acute otitis media and is often a side effect of viral upper respiratory infections or allergies. Otitis externa is an infection of the outer ear canal and is commonly referred to as “swimmer’s ear.” What causes ear infections? A bacteria or a virus is the culprit behind many ear infections. Bacteria or viruses can cause inflammation in the ear, which may result in pain, redness and the buildup of fluid. The ear canal also can become blocked by fluid that forms as a result of a cold or an allergic reaction. The eustachian tube is the part of the ear that connects from the inside of the ear to the back of the throat. When clogged, this tube cannot drain properly, much in the way the nasal passages can become congested. In some instances, the fluid becomes infected. Sometimes it is the fluid pushing on the eardrum that causes pain. Symptoms of an ear infection Adults may be able to voice their symptoms when an ear infection is present, but children

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207-337-7333 or visit our website at www.HomeHealthFoundation.org/York-Hospital-Hospice

127 Long Sands Road #12, York, Maine 03909

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Medically Speaking

Grieving is a personal and highly individual experience. How you grieve depends on many factors including your personality and coping style, your life experiences and the nature of your loss. The grief process takes time. There is no “normal” timetable for grieving. One of the most important things you can do is be patient with yourself and allow the grief process to happen.

Registration for this group is required. If you, or someone you know, needs support after the death of a loved one, please contact the Bereavement Department at York Hospital Hospice at 800-933-5593 extension 4904.

Treatment for ear infections In early 2013, the American Academy of Pediatrics revised its previous guidelines for treating acute otitis media, the common middle-ear infection. The changes include asking doctors to be more stringent in diagnosing a cause of the ear infection in order to cut down on the unnecessary use of antibiotics. Overuse of antibiotics can result in antibioticresistant bacteria. In children ages 6 months to 12 years, it is the opinion of the AAP that children without severe symptoms should be observed for a few days, as viral ear infections can clear up on their own. Children should be given immediate antibiotics if they have a severe ear infection, defined as a fever of 102.2 F or

higher, with or without significant pain. A ruptured ear drum with drainage or an infection in both ears in kids age two or younger also warrants the use of an antibiotic. The guidelines also confirm that amoxicillin should be the antibiotic of choice unless the child is allergic to penicillin or if the child has been treated with amoxicillin during the past month. Richard Rosenfeld, a professor and chairman of otolaryngology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., who co-authored the AAP recommendations, advises that an ear infection should improve in 72 hours. If the symptoms get worse or don’t improve, antibiotics should be used. Parents can take some preventive measures to minimize ear infections in children. Breast-feeding infants for at least four months reduces overall episodes of ear infections. Preventing exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke also can reduce ear infections during infancy. Children who get recurrent ear infections may benefit from the insertion of ear tubes to drain fluid. Any methods

F r e e P r e s e n tat i o n s

Losing someone or something you love is very painful. After a significant loss, many people experience all kinds of difficult and surprising emotions such as shock, anger and guilt. While these feelings can be frightening and overwhelming, they are normal reactions to loss.

One of the most important factors in healing from a loss is having the support of other people. Sharing your loss makes the burden easier to carry. York Hospital Hospice will offer a support group “The Grief Journey” on the fourth Tuesday of the month beginning April 23 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the York Senior Center. This group is open to the public and free of charge.

are more apt to offer physical clues. If a child is exhibiting any of the following behaviors, an ear infection may be to blame: • Difficulty sleeping • Irritability • Pulling or tugging at ears • Loss of balance • Fever • Presence of fluid draining from the ear • Unresponsiveness to quiet sounds

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

Scott Morin, DO Undergraduate School: College of William & Mary Williamsburg, VA Medical School: University of New England Biddeford, ME Internship and Residency: Maine Medical Center Portland, ME Fellowship: Maine Medical Center Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine – Sub-certification in Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

6 to 7:30 pm

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

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

Presentations are held in SMMC Classrooms. Pre-registration is required by calling 283-7988. Light refreshments available. 1 Medical Center Drive, Biddeford smmc.org


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Children and adults who are prescribed antibiotics should take the medicine as prescribed for the full duration, not just until symptoms wane. Otherwise the infection may not be fully eradicated and symptoms may recur.

Do not share antibiotics as doctors usually prescribe a certain type that is most effective against the bacteria causing the infection. Antibiotics tend to work rapidly, so if symptoms do not

ease up in a short period of time, talk to your doctor. Many antibiotics, especially liquid varieties, should be stored in the refrigerator. Some antibiotics need to be taken with food, others on an

empty stomach. Read all prescribing information carefully. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.


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~ Health & Fitness ~

Geriatric Psychiatry at Frisbie Memorial Hospital

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

Frisbie Memorial Hospital It’s about People. Technology. Trust.

Frisbie Memorial Hospital • 11 Whitehall Road, Rochester, NH 03867 • (603) 332-5211 • www.FrisbieHospital.com


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~ Where To Dine ~

Dining Guide

An evening of intimate theatre and dining are combined in this humorous and insightful dramatic reading of the personal details of this Founding Father, philosopher, scientist and world citizen.

Limited Seating • Reserve Today! 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com 220 Clay Hill Rd • Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit

Our Trip to Tuscany Wine Dinner on April 11th O

wners Donato Tramuto and Jeffrey Porter took key members of their staff to Italy for a two week inspirational journey. Executive Chef James Walter spent time consulting with world-renowned Michelin Chef Richard Titi of Il Falconiere and left Italy inspired and filled with culinary knowledge that he looks forward to passing to every visitor who comes to Five-O and will be featured prominently during our wine dinner on April 11th. The wine served will be from Felsina Winery located in the Chianti region of Tuscany where the team enjoyed a fantastic lunch. The dinner will include a house-made lemoncello, the recipe of which originates from the Amalfi Coast. This family recipe was acquired by our General Manager Gary Pucciarelli, and is a wonderful and traditional way to finish what is sure to be a memorable evening.

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Thursday, April 11th Amuse Bouche Arancino—From the Florence market—Risotto rolled with a ragu filling, breaded and lightly fried First course Papa al Pomodoro—From our lunch at Felsina Winery— Tomato and bread soup with Felsina Extra Virgin Olive Oil second course Choice of: ravioli nudi—From our Dinner with the Baracchi family and friends—Baby spinach dumplings in a stewed tomato sauce Pici alla nana—From a dinner in Florence—Braised duck in a red wine sauce with thick hand rolled noodles mAin course Choice of: Baccala con Bietole—From our dinner at Locanda del Molino— Local cod roasted with swiss chard, chanterelle mushrooms, and spring onion maiale Arrosto—From a Dinner in Rome—Breezy Hill Farm pork shoulder slow roasted with juniper and new potato dessert

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Zeppolette, torta alla mele, Limoncello sorbetto Fried pastry with ricotta and golden raisins, Apple pie with almond streusel topping, House made sorbetto with lemon liqueur

Friday night caffé Prego Pizza—Join us on Friday nights for Caffé Prego brick-oven pizza served after 5pm. sunday Brunch—À la carte brunch. 10am-2pm.

— $69.00 per person including tax & gratuity —

monday Friends & Family night—To show our appreciation to you, our loyal customers, we extend our “employee discount” of 50% off select entrées, sandwiches and salads beginning at 5pm.

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Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant!

Route 1 North, Wells 646-8467

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Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week

Sunday Breakfast

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8am-11am Adults $ 99 Children $ 99

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Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com 425413

Senior Special! Open Faced Sliced

www.bullnclaw.com

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

THURSDAY WINTER WARM ME UP SPECIALS

Serving Breakfast & Lunch 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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

Closed on Tuesdays Only Serving Dinner 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings

BINTLIFF’S Ogunquit

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

Friday Night:

Prime Rib

Dinner Special

featuring combination options (while it lasts)

~ Dinner Reservations Accepted ~

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

Thursday, Friday, Saturday

B ar and G rill Open Seven Days A Week at 11am

Daily Luncheon/Dinner Specials Sirloin Strip Roast • Barbecue Ribs Fresh Ground Burgers Local Oysters • Fresh Maine Lobster

Burgers & Brew

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LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Thur. 4/4

Girls’ Night Out

Fri. Sat. Sun. Thur.

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Dave Packard Dance Party Brunch at 10am Girls’ Night Out

Fri. 4/12 Sat. 4/13 Sun. 4/14

Bill Cameron Dance Party Jazz Brunch

Karaoke with DJ Don Corman, $3 Well & $4 Tall Well

Karaoke with DJ Don Corman, $3 Well & $4 Tall Well

with Lex & Joe 11am-2pm

HAPPY HOUR 3-6PM • 10 HD TVS!

207.646.5711

2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1, WELLS, ME

WWW.LITCHFIELDSBARANDGRILL.COM


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Dining Guide Angelina’s

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* Not to be used with any other coupon or discount offer. Not available on holidays or holiday weekends. EXP 5/10/13 (WS)

Monday Create Your Own Pasta Night! $16

6 Days A Week • Closed Mondays

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

CELEBRATING THE 20TH SEASON OF AMORE!

“Love is the MAINE ingredient”

Hours: 7am-1pm

Be sure to Delicious Lattes & Cappuccinos Inside or Patio Seating Take Out

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Near the entrance to Perkins Cove. On-site parking available.

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!

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

Wednesday & Sunday 3 Course Dinner $21 ANGELINA’S “COMMUNITY NIGHT”

*Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

Thursday Personal Wine Dinner $60 per couple

6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert

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

*Not available on holidays or holiday weekends

For the Month of April we are offering

Risotto & Parmesan Thursdays $9.99 Choice of Chicken & Spinach, Shrimp & Asparagus or Primavera Vegetable Risotto OR Parmesan Chicken, Veal or Eggplant with Pasta BOTH served with Salad & Italian Bread

In our view, the best food on the beach.

OUR SPRING WINE DINNERS

Sun and Surf

Spring Wine Dinner

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

Now open weekends!

$6.99 Breakfast

Special $19.99 3-course

Dinner

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

Friday, April 19 at 6pm

1st Course: Seafood Stuffed Portobello Mushroom 2nd Course: Our version of the “Wedge” Salad 3rd Course: Duo of Mushroom Risotto with Fried Fennel Ribbons 4th Course: Our Famous Beef Braciole over Linguini 5th Course: Espresso Chocolate Torte

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Friday, May 24 at 6pm

Memorial Day Weekend Wine Dinner

1st Course: Mixed Baby Greens & Goat Cheese Fritters Apple Vinegarette 2nd Course: Fritto Misto, Fried Shrimp, Calamari, Zucchini & Summer Squash, Roasted Garlic Aoioli 3rd Course: Baked Ziti Bolognese 4th Course: Homemade Gnocchi with Lobster, Peas & Leaks in a light Lobster Cream Sauce 5th Course: Lemon Berry Mascarone

Each Course is paired with Wine.

A vegetarian 3rd & 4th Course or fish can be substituted by request.

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Casual fine dining at affordable prices. Casual dress code. Angelina’s serves dinner year round, 7 nights a week from 4:30 until 10 pm. Reservations are suggested.


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Dining Guide

Named 2010

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Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Join us for a special culinary event

RESTAURANT WEEK PORTSMOUTH, NH & THE SEACOAST

APRIL 4-13, 2013

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

Spring Hill Friday is

2 FOR $44 Guests receive a shared appetizer, soup or salad and an entrée each, a shared dessert, and a cup of coffee each.

THREE COURSE MENUS $16.95 & $29.95

A view for all seasons

RestaurantWeekPortsmouth.com

117 Pond Rd. (Just off Rt. 4) South Berwick, Maine (207) 384-2693 www.springhillmaine.com

Special thanks to these sponsors

Sundays Are Special At Spring Hill Favorite Foods • General Linen • Golden Harvest Produce NH Distributors/Goose Island • Seaport Fish • Summit Supply

Buy 1 Entrée & Receive 2nd Entrée Sunday Only

FREE

Look up the menus of these participating restaurants:

To receive discount a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. 20% Gratuity added to total bill amount before discount. EXP 4/30/13 (WS)

401Tavern Agave Mexican Bistro Anneke Jans BG’s Boat House Black Trumpet Blue Mermaid Blue Moon Evolution Bonta Restaurant Brazo Cafe Mediterraneo Cafe Nostimo Carriage House Cava Common Man Demeters Steakhouse Dinnerhorn

Enjoy fine dining with a panoramic view Wednesday to Sunday at 5 pm

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Homemade Chowder, Soups, Breads, Dressings & Desserts

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NEW GLUTEN FREE 2 PAGE MENU

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

Orchard St. Chop Shop

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

Funded in part by

WED. NITE SPECIALS

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

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

THUR. NITE SPECIAL

2 Dinners for $18.99

Richard’s Seafood Restaurant

FRI. & SAT. NITE SPECIALS

Top Quality Seafood

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

HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS

8 Dinner choices that change weekly. Roasted Prime Rib Dinner $19.99 Grilled Delmonico Dinner $19.99

TAVERN SPECIALS

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

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

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

for more than 47 years

Sirloin Tips Baked Stuffed Haddock Roast Turkey 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 646-8561~ Open Thursday-Sunday SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

** NOW HIRING **

WE HEARD YOU MISSED US WE’RE BACK!

AGGIE’S

106 Agamenticus Rd, South Berwick, Maine

OPENING FOR THE 18TH SEASON SATURDAY, APRIL 13 AT NOON

same friendly service, same great treats and same prices as last year Open 7 Days / Week Noon-9pm ~ Hope to see you then!

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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...

Voted Best Breakfast in Maine 2010

Dining Guide

“Outstanding Service in a Friendly Environment at an Affordable Price!”

Opening Friday, April 12 Early Bird Special:

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

Please Present This Coupon Before Ordering

Route 1, Ogunquit 207.646.8777

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

www.eggandibreakfast.com

GORGES GRANT HOTEL 449 Main Street Ogunquit

646-1733 raspberris@ogunquit.com Major Credit Cards Smoke Free

OPEN YEAR ROUND

Serving Breakfast Daily 7-11 • Saturday & Sunday 7-12

“Ogunquit’s Best Kept Secret”

20% OFF Your Check

With this coupon. Monday-Saturday. Expires 4/12/13. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)

ANNIE S OGUNQUIT Beer Battered Fish & Chips Bangers & Mash Guinness • Beef Stew & More Irish Favorites!

Happy Hour Specials 4-7

$3 House Wines $3 Well Liquors $1 Off Beers $5 Half Pound Burger $5 Durty Nelly Onion Rings 50¢ Wings Open 4-10 Thursday - Sunday

369 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207.251.4335 646-3355

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Restaurant in Wells

WWW.ANNIESIRISHPUB.COM

3 FOR $3

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

Join Us Friday, March 29 - Sunday, April 14 & enjoy... Appetizers (choose one) Cheddar Bacon Potato Skins Cup of Homemade Clam Chowder Shrimp Quesadillas Desserts (choose one) Pumpkin Bread Pudding Homemade Pecan Pie L.L. Bean Muddy Boots Ice Cream

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

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

Open 5pm Tuesday through Saturday

1300 US Route 1

www.joshuas.biz

(GPS=Blue Sky Memorial Hwy)

Opening Thursday, 4/4! Family Friendly Watch the Game on our 7 High-Def TVs

Open for the Season Closed Wednesdays 52 POST RD / RTE 1, WELLS

207.646.1900 • www.stutesys.com

Opening Weekend...

Katie’s Cash: Receive 50% credit

for your next visit in Katie’s Cash for all regularly-priced food items. (Not to be combined with any other offers.)

Chef Jason Grant offers our New Spring Menu...

Cape Neddick, ME 03907 207.363.0266 roostcafeandbistro.com Ambience

Great Wine Handcrafted Food

Roost Cafe & Bistro

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

Pan-seared Trout and Steaks ala carte join Katie’s Famous Lobster Mac & Cheese and Panko-crusted Eggplant!

Patriots’ Weekend...

Enjoy a FREE Colonial dessert and coffee with every entrée!

During April...

Thursday Night: Fish’N’Chips $7.99 Friday Night: 20% Off all Bar Menu in the Lounge Early Bird Special: 3 Course dinner for $21.95 pp, before 6pm

207-641-2780 261 Shore Rd, Ogunquit Open Thurs-Sun 5pm-Close Make reservations online: katiescafeonshoreroad.com

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

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

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

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

Classic Comfort Foods with an upscale twist.

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


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~ News ~

Sofia Snow Named Poet-inResidence at Berwick Academy

SOUTH BERWICK – Artist, educator, organizer Sofía Snow will be this year’s featured poet in Berwick Academy’s third annual celebration of poetry. Student poets, dancers, artists and musicians will participate in the celebration of story, sound, movement, and imagery on Friday, April 12, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Jackson Library. The performance will be followed by a reception for the artist. The public is welcome to the free event. Snow is the third poet-inresidence for Berwick’s annual poetry residency. She will teach middle and upper school stu-

dents the finer points of “finding personal authority” for storytelling and performance poetry throughout the week. Her residency will culminate with the April 12 event. The City of Boston designated Feb. 28 as Sofía Snow Day in recognition of her work as a poet, community organizer and advocate for women artists. Snow has been selected as Spoken Word Artist of the Year by the Massachusetts Industry Committee Hip Hop Awards. Using hip hop as a means to inspire social change, Snow is co-founder of the Not Enough Mics Collaborative, a nationwide network of women

‘Seacoast Reflections’ Exhibit to Open

Poet Sofia Snow (courtesy photo)

artists, and was featured as Cosmopolitan magazine’s Fun Fearless Female for April 2013. For more information, visit her website: www.sofiasnow.com.

KITTERY – The Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common will present the second art exhibit in its newly inaugurated Vance and Anne Morgan Gallery, “Seacoast Reflections” by awardwinning multi-media photographer Suzie Goodwin. The opening reception will be held 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 13. There will be an informal artist talk by Goodwin. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibit will remain on view until May 31. See EXHIBIT page 38...

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

SPECIAL SUNDAY BUFFET

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

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

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

...VITAMINS from page 15 not receive enough vitamin B12 may experience weakness, insomnia, edema, and abdominal pain. Vitamin D Vitamin D is called the “sunshine vitamin” because it is produced in the body after exposure to the sun. Children who spend many hours indoors or wearing thick layers of sunscreen may not get enough vitamin D. Irritability, muscle cramps and even late teething could be tied to vitamin D deficiency. Parents should consult with pediatricians about the proper levels of vitamins children need. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.


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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ River Tree to Welcome Four Arts Experts KENNEBUNK – River Tree Arts Performance Hall Innovator’s of Art: Exhibition, Conservation and Preservation will present an evening with four of Maine’s most influential art figures as part of the RTA’s ongoing Innovator’s lecture series. The April 11 event, beginning at 7 p.m., will feature Margaret Burgess, curator for the Portland Museum of Art “Behind the Scenes at the PMA: The Making of a Major Exhibition,” Michele Caron of Atelier Gilding and Michele Caron Designs, “Conserva-

tion and Care of Valued Gilded Frames and Art Objects” and Domenico and Bonnie Mattozzi, founders of the Maine Project for Fine Art Conservation, “Fine Art Painting Conservation: A Brief Overview.” Burgess is the Susan Donnell and Harry W. Konkel Associate Curator of European Art at the Portland Museum of Art, Maine. Since joining the museum in 2009, she has curated a spectrum of exhibitions, including “Modernism and Masquerade: Max Beckmann (1884-1950)” (2010), “From Portland to Paris: Mildred

Burrage’s Years in France” (2012), and “The Draw of the Normandy Coast (1860-1960)” (2012). Before moving to New England, Dr. Burgess worked as a research fellow at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and as an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Curatorial Fellow at the Cleveland Museum of Art. She has also held positions at Buckingham Palace, London, England; the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy, and the See EXPERTS page 38...

Art Guild of Kennebunks Sets Jurying Deadline KENNEBUNK – April 9 is the postmark deadline for pre-registering for the April 13 Annual Jury for Acceptance into the Art Guild of the Kennebunks (AGK). Artists must pre-register to attend the April 13 jurying into the Art Guild. Registration forms, guidelines and additional details are available from membership chairperson Judith Kinsman by calling her at 229-9659 or e-mailing her at judith@judithkinsman. com. Pre-registrations must be postmarked by April 9 along with a $25 non-refundable application fee and a resume. This is the only opportunity this year for artists to be admitted into the AGK.

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At noon on Saturday, April 13, pre-registered artists may leave five physical examples of their art which they feel best represent them as an artist. Work must be original, recent (within the past 2 years), and done outside of a workshop or class. It must be professionally presented and ready for exhibition or hanging. Mats should be neutral. Crafts

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‘Ben Franklin’ Presentation Comes to Clay Hill CAPE NEDDICK – “Benjamin Franklin: Citizen,” a one-man show with dramatic reading about this wellknown patriot, will be presented on Wednesday, April 10, on Saturday, April 13, and on Wednesday, April 17, at Clay Hill Farm Restaurant. Local actor Kirk Simpson will portray this founding father, community activist, gregarious inventor, entrepreneur, scientist and diplomat.

Drawing upon Franklin’s own writings and those of his contemporaries, the narrative will be set against a backdrop of groundbreaking events in which Franklin played a central role: the age of Scientific Discovery, the Declaration of Independence. Seating is limited. Tickets are $12 with an a la carte menu. For reservations, call Clay Hill Farm Restaurant: (207) 361-2272 or visit www.clayhillfarm.com.

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Classic Film Series to Feature ‘High Noon’ OGUNQUIT – The 12th season of Ogunquit Performing Arts’ Classic Film series continues Wednesday, April 10, at 7 p.m. at the Dunaway Center, 23 School St. with the showing of “High Noon,” the 1952 western starring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly. “High Noon,” directed by Fred Zimmerman, tells the story of a town marshal (Gary Cooper) forced to face alone a gang of killers. The film won four Academy Awards and two Golden Globes. Lloyd Bridges and Lon Chaney Jr. also appear in the movie, now considered a landmark in the “adult western” genre. It earned an Oscar for Best Song with the hit “Do Not forsake Me, O My Darling” sung

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Photographer to Offer Tips KENNEBUNK – “Finding Your Eye: Seeing Like a Photographer” will be presented by Arthur Fink on April 12 at 6:30 p.m. at First Parish Church in Kennebunk. Fink was the photographer at the Bates Dance Festival the past eight years. He is a frequent presenter at Pecha Kucha and his photography is in the collection of Portland Museum of Art. This is the second event

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Dear Computer Lady, Is it better to just upgrade the ram, processor, hard drive, and video card or just simply buy a new computer (more specifically a chrome box, is what I’m thinking of buying) I can not find a straight honest answer to save my soul. Please help me. Thank you! Briar Dear Briar, There are a couple of things to consider when it is time to upgrade your computer. One is finding parts that will work with your computer, and the other is the cost. First, the parts. You can usually find a hard drive and a ram upgrade for just about any working computer, so those are good components to think about upgrading. Just remember that the rest of your computer is still the same age as it was, so while upgrading the ram and hard drive might make it faster than it was, and able to hold more information, you are still working with an older computer. The processor is going to be next to impossible to upgrade unless your computer is less than six months old. Why? Pro-

cessors only work with motherboards designed for them, and things change so quickly in the processor world, that even a year-old motherboard is no longer compatible with processors currently on the market. On the rare occasion that I find myself needing to replace a processor, I always need a new motherboard as well, which usually means that I have to replace the ram because the old ram won’t fit. Upgrading your video card is not as hard as the processor, but not as easy as the ram and hard drive. Before you order a video card, you need to find out what kind of expansion slots you have available on your motherboard, and then find a video card that fits in one of those slots. Finally, the cost needs to be figured in. Most of the time, once you look at the prices of components, you will end up spending about the same amount on parts as you would purchasing a new computer that would be faster and more powerful than your current computer. If you have to hire a computer shop to do the upgrades

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appear, click on the option that says “Create Shortcut Here” to create a shortcut to your file. If you are creating a shortcut to a website using Internet Explorer, just right-click on a blank spot on the web page, and click on “Create Shortcut.” Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Thank you for the many nuggets of information I’ve received from you. I am having difficulty remembering the many passwords and user IDs I have used. I’ve read several articles providing what the authors thought were good ways to create strong passwords and how to remember them. None of them would work for me. What is your opinion of password managers? I would like to find one that is secure and relatively easy to use. Does such a thing exist? John Dear John, I can certainly relate to having too many passwords. I have used several solutions over the years. For a long time I used a program called Mindful to keep track of my passwords. It was installed on my desktop computer, and it required a master password to get in and view all the other passwords. The downside to this solution was that I had to be at my desktop computer in order to lookup a password, and I had to manually go in and add or update passwords as I created them. Sometimes I forgot or was just too busy. For the past year, I have

used an online service called LastPass. They appear to be very secure, and the bonus is that I can access my passwords across all my devices, my desktop, laptop and even my iPad. In addition, Lastpass monitors my Internet usage, and whenever I create a new password, or change an existing one, it prompts me to save the new password. Now, the master password that I use to log into LastPass is the last password that I ever need to remember. Elizabeth PS: I have never recorded my banking passwords in any password manager or computer file. Those are strictly in my head. Comments This Week: Dear Elizabeth: thanks for your brief answer to my last request for help with Windows 8. I have done some research and had some exasperating moments. Here are some hints I have searched out: Control P is needed to print anything\ Win key C opens dialog If you put computer in shut down, you must use Win C to start up If it is in sleep just hit Win key Also Win E open explorer/ Win D Desktop/ Win Q global search/ Win F file & folder/ Win I settings menu/ Control U underline /Win Q all apps. I have not tried all, but so far all seem to work as described. Hope I can help others and I cannot wait to hear what you think of W8. Bob Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.

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~ News~ Obituaries

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Carl E. “Ty” Chick WELLS – Carl E. “Ty” “Chickee” Chick died Saturday, March 30, at the Gosnell Memorial Hospice in Scarborough after a period of declining

health. He was born in North Berwick on March 12, 1935, to Forrest and Emelie (Chase) Chick. Carl was a Wells High School graduate where one of his proudest achievements was setting the state track records in the high jump and hurdles. They would remain until his son Tim came along and was able to break his father’s records in the hurdles. Carl was a Korean War veteran, serving his country in the U.S. Air Force. For many years he drove a truck for various paving companies, including Tilcon, Pike Industries and currently for Libby-Scott Paving. He loved working with wood. Making furniture and fin-

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ishing it with an incredible shine then passing it down to his children filled him with a humble pride of his job well done. Ty will always be remembered as a hard-working man who was very proud of his children and their accomplishments and, of course, for that infectious laugh while telling tales of deer hunting or fishing for the big one that couldn’t escape him and his buddies. He was predeceased by his parents, Forrest Mayland Chick and Emelie Sarah (Chase) Chick; his sisters, Janice Chick Leslie and Frances Chick Fenderson; his brother, John Chick, and his granddaughter, Kayla Daudelin. He will be sorely missed by five sons, Timothy, Scott and Casey Chick, all of Wells, Jerry Chick of North Berwick, and Troy Chick of Ogunquit; his daughter, Tammy Hoyt Wysocki of Massachusetts, stepson Eric Belisle of Texas, and stepdaughter Wendi Daudelin of North Berwick, as well as 10 grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. Visiting hours were Wednesday, April 3, at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick. A funeral followed. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery in North Berwick. Those who wish may contribute to the Gosnell Memorial Hospice, 11 Hunnewell Road, Scarborough, ME 04074. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home.

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Mark Allen Couture NORTH BERWICK – Mark Allen Couture, 50, of North Berwick, Maine, died March 30 after a long illness. He was born December 21, 1962, in Rochester, N.H., the son of the late Roland Alfred Couture and the late Sharon Irene (Allen) Stevens. Mark graduated from Noble High School in Berwick in 1981. He worked for a number of local businesses over the years including Hussey Seating, R.S. Audley, Seacoast Harley Davidson and most recently for Associated Buyers as a forklift operator. Mark was an avid outdoorsman who loved hunting, fishing, snowmobiling and motorcycle riding. He will be remem-

bered for his easy smile and big laugh and leaves many friends and loved ones with fond memories of fun times together. Mark is survived by his companion, Kasi Swett of North Berwick; his children, Mark Allen Couture Jr. and his wife, Jessica, of Portsmouth, N.H., and Alex Joshua Couture of Rye, N.H.; brothers Gary Couture and his wife, Karen, of North Berwick, and David Stevens of Costa Mesa, Calif.; the mother of his children, Jay Couture of Rye, and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents. Memorial visiting hours were Thursday, April 4, at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick, Maine. Online condolences may be made at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com.

...GUILD from page 27 Applicants will be notified by mail of the results of the jurying. The Art Guild of the Kennebunks was established in 1980 by a gathering of local professional artists. Its purpose is to support and encourage each other as artists, to form a base from which to work with other organizations in the community and also to further the appreciation of fine art through group exhibitions, demonstrations and discussions. In June, July and August, AGK offers exhibitions in which

only juried members may exhibit their art. As with all AGK exhibitions and program meetings, the public is invited to attend free of charge. The guild also accepts nonjuried associate members, who are welcome to participate in all AGK activities except exhibitions. On Thursday, May 16, new juried and associate members will be invited to participate in the AGK annual meeting, election of officers and party at the home of Ann and Ed Legg in Kennebunk.

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SPORTS Sports Illustrated Honors Wells Track Standout WELLS – The accomplishments of a Wells High School senior and track team member have been recognized by a national sports publication. Denzel Tomaszewski was part of “Faces in the Crowd” in a recent issue of Sports Illustrated magazine. This weekly feature highlights exceptional high

Lady Bulldogs Win Season Opener SOUTH BERWICK – The girls’ softball team at Berwick Academy began the 2013 season on a winning note, 21-3, over Portsmouth Abbey of Portsmouth, R.I., in a five-inning game. Junior Suzanna Borg was the winning pitcher for Berwick, tossing all five innings and scattering four hits while striking out three and allowing only one earned run. Borg also had two hits offensively and scored four runs. Other members of the Lady Bulldogs who were offensive standouts included senior catcher Molly LaPointe, who had a single, a double and recorded four runs batted in. Sophomore third baseman Taylor Lyman also had two hits, a home run and a double and drove home seven runs. Anna Cosentino and Gabby Michaud combined to score nine runs in the game. Berwick is off until April 10 when they host the Bancroft School at 4:30 p.m.

school athletes from throughout the country. Tomaszewski earned the spot by running a 6.46 time in the 55-meter dash, a state and Western Maine Conference League record, according Coach Jennifer Lewia. “When I was selected, I was shocked,” Tomaszewski said. “It felt great to be in that.” Tomaszewski has been on the Wells indoor track and field team for three seasons, Lewia said, and has accomplished much in 2013 alone. “Denzel, for the second year in a row, was voted by league coaches as the Western Maine Conference Championship’s most valuable male track athlete,” Lewia said. The coach pointed out that Tomaszewski went on to win the 55-meter dash for the second consecutive year at the Class B state

meet. His time was 6.53 seconds, beating his previous winning time of 6.58. Later he placed fourth at the New England Indoor Track and Field Championship. At the New Balance championships in New York City in March of 2012, Tomaszewski ran the 60-meter dash in 7.15 seconds, achieving the all-time Maine best time in the event. This year Tomaszewski was once again at the National Championships, coming in ninth with a time of 7.04 seconds. Tomaszewski practices running every day, he said, and a big part of his practice routine includes running the second floor hallways after school. Last spring he was named Liberty Mutual Athlete of the Month for February of 2012. This award was given in recognition of his sportsmanship on and off the field, academic achievement and

Marshwood Ski Team Honored SOUTH BERWICK / ELIOT – Members of Marshwood High School alpine ski team were named to the SMAA All Conference Alpine Ski Team. They are, left to right, senior captain Dakota Greenblatt, senior captain Hayden Pearson, Jason Beland, Sophia Syrene and junior captain Riley Wilber. Their selection was based on points earned during the competition season. Greenblatt and Pearson were also named to the SMAA All Academic Team. (courtesy photo)

athletic performance. Tomaszewski credited Lewia for his significant improvements in track this season. He is the son of Christine and John Tomaszewski of Wells. Although he has not yet decided which college he will attend after graduation, he is certain he will continue his running career. (Reg Bennett contributed to this story)

Denzel Tomaszewski (courtesy photo)

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~ Pets ~

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WELLS – Many thanks to Emily Liu, owner of China Bistro in York for the very generous Easter Day buffet/fundraiser. This is the second year Emily has given Safe Haven her generous support and we’re so thankful for her help! Thanks to all who came to enjoy the delicious food and fun, and for the additional donations several of you left for us. Another special adoption to report. A kitty named Misty, 21 years old (yes!), has happily settled into her new home and is getting along great with the other kitty in the family. In fact, I understand that Misty let the younger cat know that she was not going to take any guff from anyone younger than her. They’ve adjusted beautifully and Misty is home to stay. According to our cat age/ human age chart, a cat who’s 21 years old is comparable to a person age 104! Cats live longer now, thanks to advances in veterinary care, loving care by their families, and because more are kept indoors. In fact, some cats have been known to live to the age of 28. If interested, check out the age chart on the Safe Haven website. Spring cleaning is going on at Safe Haven. A couple of hardworking volunteers are painting and scrubbing to welcome the new season. Even though our property is for sale, this is still our home and we love it so much. We’re concerned about

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what the future may bring to our cats and are still looking for an affordable property to buy. We hope to stay in the Wells area as this has felt like home from the very start. If you know of a property or wish to donate to our capital fund, please call 229-8314. We recently moved 12 cats from a foster home to our adoption center. They had lived in foster care for a long time but never were adopted because they were so shy. They had originally lived outside in dreadful conditions. Moving into our center made them even more fearful at first, but quickly they settled in. Thanks to our twice-weekly “Maverick nights” and the devotion of our volunteers, these cats have become well socialized and are ready for the next step: adoption! Phantom, Zeus, Emily, Tippy, Mick, Wish, Woody, Marley, Prince, Magic and Sterling all live happily in our downstairs cat room and are loved by all of us. (The twelfth one, Marla was adopted weeks ago by a great family!) We’re overjoyed to see them run to greet us and weave their bodies around our legs, begging to be loved and talked to. Some are still a little afraid to be picked up or held, but they all love being pampered, petted and

info@safehavenhumanesociety.org www.safehavenhumanesociety.org

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Training, Agility & Daycare TM

www.itsadogsworld.me 207-363-0099 York, Maine

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Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK – Visit the Animal Welfare Society crafters table during the Patriots’ Day Celebration in Ogunquit on Saturday, April 13, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Sunday join the AWS Mobile Adoption Team for the Patriotic Pooch Competition at Angelina’s on Route 1 from noon to 2 p.m. Jackson While this big fella might not rescue you from a snowdrift, he will rescue you from the doldrums. Jackson is a St. Bernard and only 9-months old, which makes for a whole lot of puppy power in that big frame. Jackson has lots of energy and loves to use it whenever he can. Regular walks, runs, playtime, puzzle games, as long as it keeps him moving and thinking, he enjoys it. Since he’s still so young, he has yet to master all of his basic manners, but that’s nothing a little time and training can’t handle. Jackson would be happy to share a new home with dog-savvy cats and older children who can handle his energy, but no other dogs please. Jackson is a big, friendly, goofy fellow who can’t wait to find himself a new home. If you’d like to adopt Jackson, stop by the shelter today.

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“Hunny Bunny” Hunny Bunny is a friendly and active honey of a bunny. She’s 4 years old, but you’d think she was only 4 months old with all the time she spends exploring her surroundings. Since she is litter box-trained you can let this wascally wabbit do all the exploring she wants, as long as your house is “rabbit proof.” Hunny Bunny likes company so she doesn’t go scurrying every time someone – two-legged or four-legged – comes to see her. If you’d like to add this fluffy gal to your home, stop in today to meet Hunny Bunny.

Another Chance Animal Rescue PO Box 552 / 37 Market Street North Berwick, Maine 03906

(207) 676-9330

email: boomer@acanimalrescue.org www.acanimalrescue.org

Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK – Meet Aswan and Snuggles. These two kitties are our selected representatives for our Black and Blue adoption event. This Saturday ACAR will be featuring all black coated cats and blue coated cats. These amazingly beautiful, sweet-natured felines are among the most desirable and requested colors on adoption day. Aswan – also known as Captain Jack – is a 3-year-old Egyptian Mau. He was turned in by his family who was totally overwhelmed by the number of pets in their care. Aswan does not do well with other cats but is super with children, other family members and non-aggressive dogs. Aswan has lost the sight in one eye and is somewhat deaf so he is looking for a family or single that will provide an indoor only lifestyle for his safety. Aswan is

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Freida Meet Freida, a sweetheart of a 1 1/2-year-old short-haired cat. Freida is a very reserved and mellow girl. Some might be quick to call her a “scaredy cat,” but she’s really not. Yes, she prefers to take her time in new surroundings and with new people. But once she’s comfortable she becomes an affectionate and adorable darling. She would be an ideal companion for anyone looking to have a quiet, calm, graceful friend. Freida’s probably not going to be the type to be a Walmart greeter, and you may find her curled up in secluded spots from time to time, but she will bring love, affection and sweetness to any home. If you’d like to adopt Freida, stop by the shelter today.

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current on all necessary vaccinations, has been neutered, has passed his wellness exam and is so ready for a new loving family of his very own. Snuggles is a 3-year-old black Maine Coon X. She is a large, gentle girl that will do well with children, other cats and non-aggressive dogs. Snuggles came from a family in crisis, so the difficult decision to break up the family resulted in Snuggles going up for adoption. Snuggles would like an indoor home as that is what she is accustomed to. Snuggles is current on all necessary vaccinations, has been spayed, passed her wellness exam and is looking for a new loving family. In addition to our featured kitties of the week, we have a very nice selection of young and older cats available in many colors. There have been a number of prospective adoptive families who have requested cats of a specific colors. We heard you and this week is: The Black and Blue . If black or blue cats (gray) are your favorite, stop by the adoption center on Saturday . Adoption hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market St. in the village of North Berwick.

Thrift store hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Donations of goods are accepted Monday through Thursday and Saturday.

Animal Welfare Society

PO Box 43 West Kennebunk, Maine 04094

(207) 985-3244

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Reasonable Rates References Available Weekly / Bi-weekly Post Construction & Vacation Homes

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207-252-2016

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Bob Roux Phone: 207-985-4080 Cell: 207-251-8995 Email: rroux1@maine.rr.com

J.R.’s Small Engine Repair & Sales ––––––––––––––––––––––––––

261 Burnt Mill Rd, Wells, ME 04090

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Remodeling  Bath  Siding New Additions  Kitchen  Decks All Types Of Flooring. FREE ESTIMATES! NEW! Now installing electric heated bathroom floors. Fully Insured Jack Fortier (207) 384-2604  Cell: (207) 252-0976

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R.Moulton Builder Additions Remodeling Decks Windows Siding

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~ Classifieds & News~ mobile HomeS FoR SAle

...HAVEN from page 32 played with. We keep a book that rates each cat’s emotional growth. Volunteers update it as the cats progress. It’s been a wonderful experience and a great learning experience studying kitty behavior. You’re welcome to join us on

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MOVING - MUST SELL! Sleep Couch: Microfiber, dark slate blue, in good condition, $300. 2 Entertainment Centers: All in good or better shape, $100/piece. Call 207-251-0300 CLEARANCE SALE SoBoutique An Eclectic Resale Shop is cleaning house, so come in early for best selections! Tue-Sat 10ish-5pm, near Fogarty’s 439 Main St, So. Berwick, ME

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Help WAnted

BOB’S CLAM HUT, a year round takeout and casual restaurant on Route 1 in Kittery, ME is currently seeking seasonal help for the summer to early fall season. Bob’s not only offers a fun work experience but Health & Dental Ins., a retirement plan, paid vacations and personal time, education and scholarship opportunities, company discounts, free food, an EAP Program and other group benefits.

To apply: Stop by the restaurant at 315 Route 1 to complete an application or you may fax your resume to 207-439-4790. You may also email a cover letter and resume to: julia@bobsclamhut.com

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FURNIShED ROOM - YORK Furnished room available now to mature female for summer rental. Kitchen, laundry and utilities included, but no phone. No smoking or pets. $400/month. Call 207-363-3312

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 The Weekly

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Help WAnted DRIVERS CDL-A: Your current 10-20 have you down? Why not Get Home? NEW PAY PACKAGE! 2013 Tractors/trailers to boot! 877-705-9261 wELLS - ChAMBERMAIDS NEEDED: Must work weekends Fri, Sat, Sun. Part time/Full time. Call Garnsey Bros Rentals (207)646-8301

DINING ROOM SERVICE MANAGER, LINE COOKS & BUS/RUN HELP Robert’s Maine Grill is currently seeking experienced Dining Room Service Manager, Line Cooks, and Bus/Run Help. Robert’s is a unique, full service, high volume, casual restaurant serving beautifully prepared Maine foods with a commitment to happy guests and employees. Robert’s prides itself by taking the best local ingredients, preparing them in a Maine style and serving them to our guests with the utmost attention and care. At Robert’s, we offer our employees Health, Dental Insurance, a Retirement Plan, paid vacation and personal time, Education and Scholarship opportunities, company discounts, free meals, EAP Program and other group benefits. To apply: stop by the restaurant at 326 Route 1 for an application or fax your resume to 207-439-4790. You may also send a cover letter and resume to hr.landers@ gmail.com.

NOW HIRING AT DURGIN PINES

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bookkeeping Is a locally owned and operated plumbing and heating company that has been serving York County residents for over 50 years. We continue to listen to our customers and the general public who have on many occasions called us to either order heating fuel or ask us when we were going to get into the business. We are pleased to announce that we will be opening our heating fuel supply division over the next several months. In support of starting this division, we are looking to fill the following positions:

OPERATIONS MANAGER / WORKING FOREMAN

• Initially the position will set up, supervise and manage the division and deliver heating fuel. Candidates will be required to pass a DOT physical and drug screen. As the division grows, the position will become more dedicated to customer development, management and driver supervision. • Must hold all applicable licenses necessary to work in the field and have a good driving record. • Must be experienced in all aspects of the heating oil and propane delivery business. • Experience supervising fuel delivery drivers preferred. • Supervise the safe and efficient delivery of product. • Ability to effectively communicate with co-workers and customers. • Ensure adherence to all federal and state rules and regulations and safety practices relating to the industry. • Must embody the drive, willingness and commitment necessary to manage a growing business.

SEASONAL OIL / PROPANE DRIVER

• Experience in delivering heating fuel products. • Valid Maine Class B CDL with Tank/Hazmat endorsements; good driving record and references. • Timely and efficient delivery of heating fuel products while building and maintaining long-term customer relations. • Experience driving in and working in inclement weather required. • Candidates will be required to pass a DOT physical and drug screen.

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~ Puzzles ~ CLUES ACROSS 1. Supervises interstate commerce 4. Society ingenue 7. Old Austrian currency (abbr.) 10. Wife of Jacob 12. “Aba ____ Honeymoon” 13. Cologne 14. Christian reading platforms 16. 8th Jewish month 17. Arbitragers (inf.) 18. Goof 19. C5H12 21. Adult female chicken 22. Cooking vessel 24. Drake’s Golden ship 26. Mimicry

28. Language spoken in Nakhon Phanom 30. Betel palm 32. Fulda River tributary 33. Diet sugars & starches 38. Goat and camel hair fabric 39. Used of posture 40. Native of Istanbul 41. Elk or moose genus 43. Gave a slight indication 45. Farewell expression 46. Japanese sash 49. Disturb greatly 53. Piles of combustibles 55. Suffragist Carrie Chapman 57. “Inside the Company” author

58. Counterweights 59. The total quantity 60. Daminozide 61. South American nation 62. Original “SportsCenter” anchor Bob 63. Can cover 64. Aka River Leie CLUES DOWN 1. Sudden brilliant light 2. 35% Sierra Leone ethnic group 3. Pool side dressing room 4. 24 hours (old English) 5. Abba __, Israeli politician 6. Bret Maverick’s brother

7. Glenn Miller hit “Moonlight ___” 8. Truck operator compartment 9. Composer Walter ___ 11. Hall of Fame (abbr.) 12. Two painted panels 15. Surpassing all others 17. Liquorice-flavored liqueur 20. Exclamation of surprise 23. 100-year-old cookie 25. Disco Duck’s Rick 27. Budgie 29. Atomic #36 31. Yes vote 33. Embryonic membrane 34. Suddenly 35. More colorless

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QUIET LIVING & CONVENIENT BEACH LOCATION! So close to the heart of York Village and within a mile of Short or Long Sands Beaches. One floor living with expansion possibilities on the lower level, open concept living area, warm random width pine floors, FHW oil heat, deck, garage and attractive 1 acre lot. Affordable at $237,000

YORK - COTTAGE PLACE PROFESSIONAL PARK! Large second floor professional office space with three rooms plus a reception area. High visibility, Route One location. Low condo fees. Excellent condition PRICED TO SELL AT $74,000

NEW CONSTRUCTION UNDERWAY IN YORK’S NEWEST SUBDIVISION – BARRELL’S GROVE! This 4 BR Cape Cod features three finished floors with a flexible floor plan, huge master suite and sits on 3+ acres of land with 500’ of frontage on the York River! Hurry along and put your personal touches on the inside and out. $650,000

UNDER CONTRACT

LISA HAMEL 207-361-7019

www.c21atlantic.com


WS Apr. 5, 2013