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Costantini Among Youngest Black Belts in US KITTERY Nick Costantini of Kittery, has been awarded his 1st Dan black belt in Taekwondo by the Kukkiwon, the governing body of the World Taekwondo Federation in Seoul, South Korea. At age 9, he is currently one of the youngest black belts recognized by the Kukkiwon in the United States. He has been training in the Korean martial art since May 2009 under the expert instruction of Grandmaster Sun Woo Park at Park’s Taekwondo School in Portsmouth, NH. Grandmaster Park is an 8th Dan black belt in Taekwondo. Nick was required to pass a

series of rigorous, multi-faceted tests in order to earn belt promotion. His 1st Dan test required candidates to display proficiency in kicking, blocking and punching techniques; demonstrate a series of ‘Poomsae’, or a defined sequence of memorized movements which simulate offensive and defensive maneuvers; onestep sparring which replicates self-defense and takedown methods; multiple rounds of contact sparring; a written essay and test regarding knowledge of Korean terms and the philosophical tenets of courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self-control and indomitable spirit. His test concluded with a four-station board

break. He is also a participant in Park’s Taekwondo Demo team, which travels throughout the Seacoast to perform various elements of the martial art, including synchronized drills, contact sparring and board breaking, all of which emphasize speed, agility, and power. Taekwondo, which in Korean means “The art of kicking and punching” has over 30 million participants worldwide in 175 countries, and became an official Olympic medal sport at the 2000 Sydney games. To learn more about Taekwondo, feel free to call Grandmaster Park at 603-433-2099.

Bridge and Traffic Changes in Wells WELLS The Town of Wells Public Works will be replacing the Bridge on Tatnic Road near Hilton Lane and closing the road at that location on Tuesday, April 15, and re-opening during the workday on Thursday, April 17. The new bridge

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replaces the existing bridge that was restricted earlier this year to a 3-ton maximum because of its poor structural condition. Alternative routing is advised. For further information, contact Terry Oliver, Public Works Director at 207-646-3014. MaineDOT acquired the former 7-11 property from Irving Oil will be widening the intersection for a right turn lane from Mile Road onto Route 1. The town will be installing a standard paver sidewalk from the curb cut at the Irving gas station, around the corner, and down Mile Road to the pump station. All work should be completed by May 29.

A MaineDOT Public Hearing was held April 9 at the Wells Town Hall to discuss the modification and interconnection of traffic signals at the Route 1 intersections of Mile Rd, Wells Plaza and Route 9B. Also considered was the upgrade of pedestrian facilities to meet current ADA standards. Any inquiries may be directed to Brian Keezer, Project Manager, Maine Department of Transportation at 207-6243612. The MaineDOT also intends to install a traffic light at Chapel Road and Route 109, as well as updating the toll plaza at Exit 19 this year.

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CAPE NEDDICK The York Education Foundation (YEF) will hold its tenth annual “Uncorked!” fundraiser on Sunday, April 13 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Cliff House Resort & Spa in Cape Neddick. “It is a great afternoon of food, refreshments and fun, as well as an opportunity to bid on

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some unique silent auction items,” said foundation president Dick Bachelder. “But the best part is that it is all about improving the educational experience in our local schools.” The nonprofit, volunteer-run foundation has one mission: providing funding for innovative and challenging programs in the York At The York Antiques Gallery 746 US Route 1 York, Maine Open Daily 10am - 5pm 207-363-5055

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public schools. Since 2005, YEF has funded over $150,000 in grant requests made by York educators. Grants have purchased, among other things, a library of downloadable eBooks for Grades 3-12; eReaders for York Middle School; student response remotes for York High School’s social studies program; training in effective classroom management for elementary

school teachers; SMART Boards for various district classrooms; an outdoor classroom for elementary students; and greenhouse materials so students can compost and grow produce for their school’s salad bar. These grants touch students across all grade levels. More than 120 items have been donated for this year’s silent auction, including a youth braces

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package valued at $5,500 from Atlantic Orthodontic Center. Other auction items include Red Sox tickets plus a tour of Fenway Park, a helicopter ride from Dream Flight, original artwork by local artist Diana Servis, a vacation getaway in Bar Harbor, jewelry, gift cards, and more. All “Uncorked!” attendees will also be eligible to win an iPad. This year, “Uncorked!” will feature sample-sized selections from Beachmere Inn, Clay Hill Farm Restaurant, Jonathan’s, Ocean Restaurant at Cape Arundel Inn, Robert’s Maine Grill, The Cliff House, Roost Café and Bistro, and Sun & Surf. Delectable desserts will be provided by Beach Pea Baking Company and R&R Chocolate. Wine sampling will be offered courtesy of My Winey Sister and Pine State Beverage. To learn more, visit www. yorkeducationfoundation.org, find YEF on Facebook, or join YEF at “Uncorked!” 2014. Tickets can be purchased at the door or from Janet Ford at janetford@ maine.rr.com.

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online contest and defeated hundreds of other groups and charities to take first place. The American Legion provides free, professional assistance – for any veteran – in filing and pursuing benefits claims before the Department of Veterans Affairs. Legion Baseball was formed in 1925 during an American Legion South Dakota Department state convention. By 1926, Legion Baseball posts in 15 states developed. Today, the program registers more than 5,400 teams in all 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico. Approximately 20,000 young men annually participate in Boys State, a Legion program dedicated to promoting leadership. Boys State alumni include former President Bill Clinton, news commentator Tom Brokaw, professional basketball player Michael Jordan, astronaut Neil Armstrong and many more. Since 1938, The American Legion National High School Oratorical Program: “A Constitutional Speech Contest,” has presented participants with an academic speaking challenge that teaches important leadership qualities, the history of our nation’s laws, the ability to think and speak clearly, and an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship. Many politicians and news anchors have been participants, including CNN anchor Lou Dobbs. Since 1919, American Legion posts have sponsored more than 2,500 scouting units across the country. And annually, the Legion honors an Eagle Scout of the Year with a $10,000 scholarship. In Maine, there are over 20,500 members of 175 posts located around the state with headquarters in Winslow. Anyone interested in becoming a member or donating to American Legion can call 207-6323229.

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Kennebunkport Resident Gives Record Gift of $17.5 Million to Transform 124-Year-Old Institution

KENNEBUNKPORT Dominican University of California received its largest gift to date recently, $17.5 million - by a Kennebunkport resident. Andrew Barowsky, chair of the University’s Board of Trustees officially presented the gift to Dominican yesterday. When fully realized the gift will mean $25 million in new revenue to the university, initiated by $17.5 million in outright gifts led by the chairman. It will enable Dominican to launch a renewed vision of liberal arts education that will benefit all students. Dominican’s student population, which mirrors California’s demographic shift, is the future of higher education nationwide. The gift also will establish the Andrew P. Barowsky

School of Business, expand the University’s international programming through the creation of the Françoise O. Lepage Center for Global Innovation, and launch the Acacia Project, a series of long-term upgrades to the physical campus. “Andrew Barowsky’s gift is unique, as it is not funding just one building or one program,” President Marcy said. “He is investing in creating an important new vision that will ensure that every student’s education leads not simply to a successful career but to a purposeful, effective life.” About Andrew P. Barowsky: Barowsky joined Dominican’s Board of Trustees in 2004, where he currently serves as Chairman. He first became involved with the University after

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AFIO Offers Look Into Venezuela KENNEBUNK “Worldwide, power is shifting from brawn to brains, from entrenched dictators to people in town squares and cyberspace. It’s happening in Venezuela now!” So writes Jack Hardy, meeting coordinator for the Association of Former Intelligence Association which will be held at 2 p.m. on April 19, at Kennebunk High School. This insiders’ report on Venezuela and the popular uprising against the Maduro regime will be made possible pany was sold to Flower Foods. Lepage Bakeries continues to operate under its current name as a part of Flowers Foods’ DSD segment and Barowsky serves as both co-chairman of the board of Lepage Bakeries and as vice chairman of innovation for Flowers Foods.

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~ News ~ New American Citizens Welcomed at Naturalization Ceremony KENNEBUNK A naturalization ceremony hosted by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services was held at the Middle School

of the Kennebunks on March 28, in which 71 people from more than 30 countries were officially granted U.S. citizenship. U.S. Senator Angus King

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Berwick Public Library Free Organic Gardening

Our final class in our three part series with Vincent Cirasole is 10 am to noon on April 12. Please register.

Garden Meeting

Tuesday, April 15 at 6 PM you’re invited to our second garden meeting where we’ll discuss what we want to plant in our library garden this year, and how to coordinate volunteer efforts to make our plants thrive!

drawing elements. ClipMerge will take two or more of your scans and combine them on one page, and will work with FamilySearch and OCLC. Did you know? KFL is a designated FamilySearch Center; the public may order films from the world’s largest collection of genealogical and historical records from the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints in Utah, and have them delivered to the KFL for you to view. Countless patrons have taken advantage of the superb service.

YA (at Heart) Book Group

Easter Bake Sale

Friday April 18 and Saturday April 19 from 9:30 a.m to 1:30 p.m. swing by and pick up some delicious treats to share with your loved ones on Easter weekend. If you would like to donate any baked goods, please let us know and drop them off at 9:30 a.m. on Friday, April 18. Sponsored by the Friends of the Berwick Public Library.

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Kennebunk Public Library New Microfilm Reader/ Printer/Scanner

A high-tech imaging device, made possible by grants from the Huntington Common Charitable Fund for Seniors and the Virginia Somers Hodgkins Foundation, is now available for patron use. Researchers will be able to load, search by keyword, scan, save and share their discovery. The software will allow the user to add their own notes, bibliography, highlight and other

If you love teen literature even though your age can be calculated in multiples of teen, you are not alone. KFL wants to bring lovers of YA literature - of all ages - together. Our next meeting will be on Wed., April 16 at 6:30 PM. Our April read is Eleanor and Park by Rainbow Rowell. Copies of the book are available to borrow at the adult circulation desk.

National Library Week April 13-19, 2014

What better way to spend this week than by enjoying your local library? As always, we will feature our famous “Book Bundle” drawing during that week. Enter chances to win books in the Youth, Adult and Children’s departments each time you visit KFL. Winners will be announced at the end of the day on Sat., April 19th. We have also organized a “Food for Fines” drive during this week. Bring in one (or more) items for our local food bank, and half of your fines will be erased. This is a great way to help your community and reduce your fines.

Parenting Class

Stevie Westmoreland, LMF T, LCPC, continues the Parenting Class on Fri., Apr. 18 at 10 AM. Each month, a different topic is discussed. Join Stevie and other parents for an enlightening discussion and support. No reservations needed.

will be provided by the instructor. Make your own portable table top Zen garden with sand, sea shells, crystals and miniatures. The Garden class will be taught by Shelley Wigglesworth, a certified Maine Master Gardener and award winning newspaper columnist from Kennebunk.

Mini-Golf Weekend

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– A BIG Success!

Over 150 people attended Saturday and Sunday’s mini-golf event! Thank you to all who attended and KFL raised $1,810!

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Ogunquit Memorial Library Spring Book Sale

Friday, April 11 to Saturday, April 12, 9 am to 5 pm both days, at the Ogunquit Memorial Library.

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Contact the library at 207-6469024 or visit 166 Shore Road in Ogunquit.

Cribbage and Chess Club

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Friday, April 11 at 1 pm. All ages and levels of play welcome. Cribbage and Chess boards are available or participants can bring their own.

Play and Read

Program is every Tuesday morning. Tuesday, April 15 10 am until noon. This is a drop-in for ages 1 1/2 & up. The program offers an morning of unstructured play and social time for children and their caregivers in a warm, child friendly space. Age appropriate toys, coloring supplies and books will be available.

Kids’ Garden Program

Wednesday, April 16 at Graves Library from 3-4 pm. Children ages 8 and up are invited to join us to make a Zen Garden. All supplies

Storytime at Kittery Estates Easter Egg Hunt

Tuesday, April 15, 10:30 am, at Kittery Estates for a special Easter Egg Hunt Storytime, to read stories, do a little craft, find Easter Eggs, and have a delicious snack. Please call Jenny 439-1553 to register or e-mail jenniferk@rice. lib.me.us.

Second Chance to see Lost Boundaries

Thursday, April 17th at 6 pm in the Rice Building. Showing and discussion of “Lost Boundaries” the 1949 film (filmed in this area). Hosted by Bob Shepard. Scott Carter is a skilled doctor - and a man without prospects. Rejection letters from hospitals pile up. His young wife is pregnant with their first child. Unable to land a job because of his race, Scott (Mel Ferrer) decides. “For one year of my life,” he says, “I’m going to be a white man.” That one year becomes two, then 10, then 20. But it’s still only a matter of time before Scott’s secret is out and he confronts racism in the New Hampshire town he’s served for decades.

Photos for Facebook

Wednesday, April 16th at 6 pm. Want to know how to get pictures from your camera (or phone) and turn them into better versions of themselves to share on Facebook, Instagram or your blog? Explore online photo storage and editing methods such as Flickr and Photobucket. Registration is through Kittery Adult Education. Please call

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Wells Public Library Helen Peppe

Aspiring authors, followers of Maine literature, animal lovers, readers, and those just looking for a fun, free evening of entertainment will want to join us on Tuesday, April 15th at 6 pm when Helen Peppe, Maine author of Pigs Can’t Swim will be at the Wells Public Library! She will read from her newly released book as part of her presentation entitled “’Photographic’ Memory, an Illustration of Perspective and Imperfect Truth”. The author will sell her book and be available for signings. Sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.

Tablet or eReader? Try Before You Buy!

Come learn and try before you buy! Jared Leadbetter, the technology wizard of the Maine State Library will be at the Wells Public Library on Thursday, April 17th at 1:15 pm to explain the features of some of the hot devices such as the iPad Mini, Nexus Tablet, Kindle Fire, Nook HD and Kindle Paper White. He will demonstrate the devices, answer questions, and let you try the devices before you go shopping. This program is free and open to the public. CoSponsored by the Wells Public Library and Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education.

William Fogg Library Monday Afternoon Book Group of Eliot and Kittery

Meetong on Monday, April 14, from 4 to 6 pm at the Rice Public Library in Kittery. Participants will be reading and discussing topics beginning with the letter “H.” New members are always welcome.

For More Information

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York Public Library Poetry Evening

Tuesday, April 15 6:30 p.m. Please bring poems to share, either your own or favorite poems by someone else. The prompt for April is ‘classic’. The topic is open for interpretation. Readings from poetry books are welcome. Readings occur in round table format and are facilitated by Priscilla Cookson.

K.D. Mason, Author Talk

Tuesday, April 15 7:00 p.m. K.D. Mason, New Hampshire Seacoast author, runner and sailor will speak about his most recent book, “Evil Intentions”, the fifth in his popular Jack Beale mystery series. After a brief presentation titled, What’s Next? K.D. will answer questions and then be available to sign copies of his books.

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On display throughout the library until April 30. The show features a variety of art from acrylic paintings to charcoal drawings, photography, sculpture, and multimedia masterpieces, all created by York students from kindergarten through high school. A reception for the young artists, their friends, family and the public will be held on Wednesday, April 16 from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m.


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~ Library News ~ Faerie Houses Accepted at Kennebunk Free Library KENNEBUNK Crocuses are blooming outside the Kennebunk Free Library, meaning the awakening of the faeries is close at hand. Kennebunk Free Library will once again host an exhibition of Faerie Houses in anticipation of the May Day Faerie Festival. Faerie houses will be accepted for display from April 22-30. Houses will remain on display until Sat. May 10. Now is the time to be gathering downed branches, bark and seashells for building Faerie Houses. Remember to use only

fallen materials; faeries rebel if you damage living plants! Houses should be on a base no larger than 14” x 14,” and constructed with natural materials, as faeries are allergic to plastic. Because the houses are displayed on top of book shelves, the maximum height should only be 30 inches. If you need building materials, stop by the Library Children’s Room. Members of the Seacoast Garden Club will offer a selection of pine cones, bark and sea shells for children to use in construction. All members of the com-

Garden Club Presents “American Gardens Of The Jazz Age” YORK The Piscataqua Garden Club is hosting a presentation by Jenny Rose Carey, director of Ambler Arboretum of Temple University on “American Gardens of the Jazz Age” at the York Library, April 17 beginning at 10:30 am. The public is invited. Carey, a native of England and from a family background of gardens, graduated summa cum laude from Temple University Ambler with a degree in horticulture. Her lecture will focus on gardens from the 1920s and ‘30s when the “Jazz Age” was in full swing. Gardens, as much as with any other art form, reflect the time in which they were created. Carey will touch on how the mood, politics and social

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munity are invited to visit the Children’s Room of the Library, to see the wonderful creations of local children! The Faerie House Exhibition will be on display in the Children’s Room until Sat. May 10, at which time builders can put their faerie home in their own garden. The annual Faerie Festival will be at the Kennebunk Free Library on Sat. May 3 from 9:3011:00 am. Crafts and activities for lovers of faeries and gnomes will be available. In case of rain, the Faerie Festival will move inside the Unitarian Universalist Church next door to the Library. Kennebunk Free Library thanks the Friends of the Library, the Seacoast Garden Club, and the UU Church for helping to make the Faerie Festival such an enchanting day.

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Chamber of Commerce Announces Scholarship Program YORK The Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce announces it will be awarding its first annual scholarship in 2014. The $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a student following an essay competition and interview session. The purpose of the scholarship program is to support local students to meet the financial obligations of post high ...JAZZ from page 9 a rich selection of historical resources. “I am sure Ms. Carey will open our eyes to a new way of looking at gardens from the past,” commented Helen Cohen, president of the Piscataqua Garden Club. “She might tell us about the gardens portrayed in the recent movie ‘The Great Gatsby’ and if they are an accurate reflection of the era.” The Piscataqua Garden Club was founded in 1926 and is dedicated to the knowledge and the love of gardening and flower arranging and to protect, restore and improve of the quality of the environment through study, programs and actions in the fields of conservation, civic improvement, education and preservation.

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school education opportunities and to develop skilled individuals to fill jobs in Maine. Students are eligible to apply if they are residents of York, Kittery, Eliot or South Berwick who have or will graduate in the current year of the scholarship. Students must graduate from York High School, Traip Academy, Marshwood High School, Berwick Academy or accredited home school studies and they must be accepted into a post high school program of study. The essay question asks students to demonstrate their writing ability by providing a two-page essay on what has happened in their community in the past year. The essay is due May 1, 2014. The Review Committee will be comprised of Russ Peterson from RA Peterson, Holly Roberts (chamber executive director) and three members of the chamber’s board of directors. The committee will be reviewing the essays and select five finalists for interviews. The interviews will be held between May 7 and May 21. The committee will select a scholarship recipient following those interviews. To apply, students can contact their high school guidance counselor or the chamber of commerce. Inquiries and completed essays should be sent to Holly Roberts at holly@yorkme. org or mailed to the Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce at 1 Stonewall Lane, York, ME 03909.

NORTH BERWICK The North Berwick Historical Society celebrated St. Patrick’s Day on March 20 with a Celtic Musical Concert benefit featuring the group Mosaic who presented Scottish/Irish music with information about the context in which it was composed. Brief poetry selections by Robert Burns and William Butler Yeats were also interspersed. The Uilleann pipes, bodhran, guitar, and low whistle were featured. Musical selections included; “How Are Things in Glocca Morra ?”, “Wild Mountain Thyme”, “Danny Boy”, “Scarborough Faire”, “Old John Barleycorn”, “Cockles and Mussels” and the “Fields of Athenry” and others. Also delightful and amusing was the rendition of “Frog In A Cocked Hat” an ancient Celtic Nursery rhyme which we may know as “A Frog He Would A’ Wooing Go”

The evening ended with the singing of an Irish Blessing and delicious refreshments. Benefits will be used for repair

to the Morrell Sherburne House which is maintained by the North Berwick Historical Society.

Holy Week Services Kennebunk Baptist Church

“Personalities Surrounding Jesus’ L ast Days” 12 Noon - 12:30 pm each day. April 14 - Peter “Facing His Own Humanity” with Deacon Darrell Blackwell. April 15 - Pilate “Facing A Decision” with Pastor Charles Whiston. April 16 - Women Followers “Facing Suffering and Loss” with Pastor Ruth Merriam. April 17 - Barabbas “Facing His Substitute” with Pastor Deb Hanson. April 18 - The Centurion & Soldiers “Facing the Son of God” with Pastor Peter Leon. 77 Main Street, Kennebunk, 207-985-4207.

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St. George’s Episcopal Church

April 13 - Palm Sunday at 8 am and 10 am. April 17 - Maundy Thursday at 7 pm. April 18 - Good Friday Noon and 7 pm. April 20 Easter Sunday 8 am and 10 am, with an Easter egg hunt to follow after the 10 am service. Childcare is available at 10 am services. Rev. Cn Susan M. Murphy, Rector. 3 Emerson Street, Sanford, 207324-8119.

Holy Cross Lutheran Church

April 17 at 7:30 pm - Maundy Thursday service. April 18 at 7:30 pm - Good Friday service. Easter Sunday, April 20 - modern

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April 12-13 - Mass Saturday 4 pm, Sunday 8 & 11 am at St. Martha’s Kennebunk and Saturday 4 pm, Sunday 9 & 11 am at St. Mary’s Wells. April 17 - Holy Thursday 7 pm at St. Martha’s. April 18 - Good Friday Stations of the Cross 3 pm at St. Martha’s & St. Mary’s with Good Friday Service 7:00 pm at St. Martha’s. April 19 - Holy Saturday 7 pm at St. Mary’s. Easter Sunday, April 20 - 8 & 11 am at St. Martha’s Kennebunk and 9 & 11 am at St. Mary’s. There will be an Easter reception after the 9 am Mass at St. Mary’s. 30 Portland Rd. Kennebunk, 207-985-6252 and 236 Eldridge Rd. Wells, 207646-5605.

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WELLS - Georgia Viola Grethe, 88, a resident of Wells and active community supporter, died Saturday, April 5, 2014 in York after a brief illness. A full obituary and service announcements will appear at a later date and will be announced

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Wednesday, April 16

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Design Your Own Chocolate Bar

10 am to 1 pm at Seacoast Christian School in South Berwick. Donations accepted. All proceeds will go to roof repairs. Located on 224 Main Street, South Berwick. Entrance located on Paul Street off Main Street, across the road from Curves.

Dinner Auction Fundraiser

For the Youth Enrichment Center at Hilton-Winn Farm, 6:30 - 11 pm. Live local musicians, great silent and live auction items, good food, wonderful people. At the Ramsdell Rogers Hall, American Legion Post 56, 9 Hannaford Drive, York.

Bean, Ham & Hotdog Supper

At the North Berwick Legion, 5 6:30 pm. Cost: $8.

Spiritual Discussion

6 - 8 pm at 925 Main St. Eliot. Come learn how to transition from unsatisfying and temporary material relationships to lasting and satisfying relationships. The material used is Baha’i inspired.” Dinner at 6 pm and discussion at 8 pm. FMI: Ronald.Tomanio@gmail.com or 207-752-1319.

Tuesday, April 15 Genealogical Websites Program

Something for free on tax day! A casual program presented by History and Genealogy Prof. Julie Winch, UMass Boston, on helpful websites for genealogical research. Historical Society of Wells & Ogunquit, 938 Post Road, Wells, 4:00 – 5:30 p.m., 207-646-4775, wohistory@maine.rr.com.

Preschool Story Hour at Wells Reserve

10:30 - 11:30 am. Get an introduction to animals through a storybook reading, a short trail walk, and a related craft project. This month we will read “Over in the Forest” by Marianne Berkes. For ages 3 to 5. Free. Wells Reserve at Laudholm, 207-646-1555, wellsreserve.org.

For a special Easter event, design your own delicious chocolate Bar at the Lindt Chocolate Shop at the Kittery Outlet Mall on Route #1 in Kittery, ME from 3 to 6 pm. Register with Rosa by April 12 at 207-239-0263 or rosinahern@ gmail.com. Costs $12 per chocolate bar. Proceeds donated to local charities. Sponsored by the International Women’s Club of New England.

Friday, April 18 Benefit Chowder Supper Childrens’ Camp Scholarships

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Sunday April 13: Chicken Shoot

2 - 4 pm in the lounge at the American Legion Post 56, 9 Hannaford Drive, York. All prizes are either turkey or ham. FMI: 207-363-0376.

Bobbi Beavers Reelection Campaign Launch

Bobbi Beavers will launch her reelection campaign for a third term in the Maine Legislature from new District 2 that includes Eliot and parts of South Berwick and Kittery. The event will be held on 3-5 pm at Sanctuary Arts, 117 Bolt Hill Rd., Eliot. FMI: Carol Selsberg at bcsels@gmail.com.

Big Rummage Sale

9 am to 1 pm at First Baptist Church, 130 Main St. in South Berwick (corner of Route 236 and Main St.)

Jazz Concert

1 pm at York Elks Lodge. FMI: 207361-2788.

October Road Band with Jeff Line and Heather McLellan will perform at 2 pm at Atria Kennebunk. Light refreshments will be served. This event is free to the public. FMI:

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At 2 pm. Come and see this presentation of Dr. Kahan’s experiences in this underserved country and feel free to ask questions regarding Urological treatments and conditions. Kittery Estates Retirement Community, 220 State Road, Kittery. RSVP: 207-438-9111.

Saturday, April 19 Earth Yoga at Center for Wildlife

in honor of Earth Day weekend. Open to all levels, registration is required and there is a $12 suggested donation. Recommended for ages 9+. Bring your yoga mat (only a few will be available).

Sunday, April 20 Easter Brunch Buffet

12 - 2 pm at the VFW Post 6977, 75 Cape Neddick Road (Rt 1A), York. $15 per person, pre-signup and prepay, limited seating. Includes one Mimosa or Bloody Mary! FMI: 207-363-9827.

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An Evening with Dom Colizzi

KITTERY On Friday, April 18 at 7:30 pm, The Dance Hall will feature Maine’s own singer songwriter Dom Colizzi in concert before he heads to Nashville. Colizzi caught the eye of some in the industry after recording his first LP in Los Angeles and all recommended that he move to Nashville to continue his very promising country music career. This will be a special event for Colizzi as he will be signing a contract with his new Manager

Tom Crouse. Crouse is the father and manager of Country Star Joel Crouse who is currently on tour with Darius Rucker and has toured with Taylor Swift. Tom and Dom will both be on stage at some point during the evening to sign the contract as well as to take questions from the audience. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door and can be purchased at www.thedancehallkittery.org or at RiverRun Bookstore Wallingford Square, Kittery.

Oh Say Can You Sing? An amazing opportunity is being presented to Maine singers who would like to audition for the position of Maine Games National Anthem Vocalist, and to represent the organization statewide at a variety of events throughout the year. This audition is free but those wishing to audition must submit an online application answering one simple question: “What the Star Spangled Banner means to me.” This is the eighth annual audition offered by the Maine Games. Past winners have had the opportunity to perform

live before large audiences at events such as the Maine Shrine Circus, Portland Seadogs baseball games, and at the Maine Shrine Lobster Bowl Classic. Additionally, singers have also been provided a recording session, promotional materials, and additional opportunities and prizes. This year’s Maine Games National Anthem Audition will be held at the Kora Shrine, in Lewiston, starting at 3 pm on Saturday, April 19. More information is available at www.planetreg. com/2014anthemaudition.

The Magic of Alladin Jr. Comes to Great Works SOUTH BERWICK While many of us have been watching Maine’s wicked winter snow slowly melt away and dreaming of warmer summer days, 103 students of Marshwood Great Works School in South Berwick, have spent their afternoons escaping to Agrabah, the faraway City of Enchantment, to bring Aladdin Jr. to life for this year’s 5th Grade Musical. Aladdin Jr.’s cast of fortyeight 5th graders and thirty-five 4th and 5th grade chorus members have spent countless hours rehearsing lines and music, while twenty backstage hands, also comprised of 4th and 5th graders, have helped Aladdin Jr.’s Art Director Cindy Moloney create backdrops, props and scenery to bring the magical world of to the Great Works Gymnasium. This fantastic tale of the street rat who became a prince will include all of your favorite characters from the hit Disney film. Aladdin, Jasmine, Iago, Jafar, the Genie and many more will amaze and entertain in this musical adventure filled with magic, mayhem and flying carpet rides. 5th Grade teacher and Aladdin Jr. director Pam Star-

er,” said Marro. “This is a big production for a 5th grade group and these students are going to amaze and impress all who have the opportunity to see this talented cast in this excellent Disney Musical!” Performances of Aladdin Jr. will be held on Thursday, April 17at 9:30 am and 7 pm in Marshwood Great Works School Gymnasium, with a snow date of April 18, same show times. There is no cost for admission, though donations will be accepted at the door, and there will be no reserved seating.

key, music teacher and Aladdin Jr. music director Janice Marro, librarian and Aladdin Jr art director Cindy Moloney, began putting the show together in late January. “We chose Aladdin Jr. because of the amount of talent in this year’s 5th grade class. This play allows us to cast a lot of children so more can be involved,” explained Starkey. “Plus, this show is a family favorite of ours,” she added. “It’s been amazing to see all the acting, staging, singing and choreography come togeth-

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ ProjectMusicWorks Celebrates 10th Anniversary

KITTERY “Big Easy Roots & Gospel Fest,” a concert, silent auction, and reception, will celebrate ProjectMusicWorks’ 10th anniversary on April 13 with some sensational sounds at the Kittery Community Center in Kittery. ProjectMusicWorks is a local nonprofit dedicated to uplifting those in need through music. The event will feature The

Soggy Po’ Boys, a New Orleans band specializing in traditional Dixieland and Second Line style music; The RMS Five, a group that showcases rich vocal blends and soul-stirring harmonies of Americana and gospel; and Rock My Soul, a critically acclaimed, 35-member secular gospel choir that specializes in roots-based, “raise the rafters” gospel music. (Photo by Shawn E. Dailey)

“Ugly Duckling Princess” Comedy A Group Effort KENNEBUNK School Around Us offers a dynamic and exciting theatre program every Spring. Children work together with the teachers to develop a full scale production that is open to the public. A comedy production called “The Ugly Duckling Princess” will have performances at The Brick Store Museum Program Center (Dane Street) in Kennebunk on April 18 at 7 pm and April 19 at 2 pm. Children learn much more than their lines through the theatre unit at School Around Us. The annual tradition of producing a play is something

the students look forward to with excitement each year, and this excitement feeds their desire to learn. Students are immersed for six weeks in the theatre arts, and through this exploration they actively gain skills in literacy, team building, self-confidence, performance arts, motivation, and commitment. The students choose the play they want to produce through the process of consensus. The teachers hold auditions, cast the play and then hit the ground running. Parents support the play by making costumes, finding or creating

Doors open at 3pm and the music begins at 4 pm. Tickets are $25 in advance and $20 at the door. They can be purchased at www.promusica.org.

props, building set pieces and teaching choreography. This year, two young children from Germany have also joined the cast. Maithe and Lilith, on exchange from Germany for six weeks, have taken parts in the play. Though they don’t speak English and School Around Us children don’t speak German, they have found creative ways to communicate. The Brick Store Museum has offered generous support to the program for the past two years, including the use of their program center. The cost is $8 for adults and $6 for children. All proceeds go directly to support the curriculum at School Around Us. For more information, call 967-3143 or visit www. schoolaroundus.org.

ematography, and more, featuring choreography by nationally recognized hoofers Casey and Kelly Kaleta. Ryan P. Casey is a recipient of the YoungArts award from the National YoungArts Foundation and began studying tap and jazz at the age of five at The Dance Inn in Lexington, Mass. He spent seven seasons under the tutelage of Thelma Goldberg and Kelly Kaleta with the Legacy Dance Company, where he is now on faculty, and also served as Dance Captain of the New England Tap Ensemble, directed by Aaron Tolson. In addition to a burgeoning solo career, Casey is a founding member of Michelle Dorrance’s

company, Dorrance Dance, originating the lead role in “the Rag” and “the Machine.” He has also performed with Billy Siegenfeld’s Jump Rhythm Jazz Project and Lisa LaTouche’s Tap Phonics. You may have seen him on “So You Think You Can Dance” or read one of his articles for CNN.com, Dance Studio Life, Dance Spirit or Dance Teacher. His work has been presented at such venues as the Massachusetts Dance Festival, Dance for Life Boston and the Dance for World Community Festival. An NYU graduate, Casey currently choreographs for the University of Connecticut Tap Team. He is also the creator and choreographer of an original

touring tap show, “Transitions,” and a proud alumnus of the inaugural tap program at The School at Jacob’s Pillow. Tickets are $16 in advance and $20 at the door and can be purchased at TheDanceHallKittery.org or at RiverRun Bookstore in Wallingford Square, Kittery.

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~ Pets ~ Animal Welfare Society

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Meet Nellie, a 10-year old Beagle Mix. Being an older gal, Nellie likes to take things easy. She loves finding a cozy spot to curl up in and relax, particularly if it’s near her people. Her puppy days may be behind her, but she still enjoys chomping on squeaky toys every once in a while and going for regular strolls around the neighborhood. Nellie is very friendly and would be happy to share a new home with gentle, respectful, older children who won’t overwhelm her. While she would be best living as the only pet in a new home, she does enjoy playing with other dogs from time to time. This sweet and loyal darling would make a welcome addition to just about any household. Kee Kee Meet Kee Kee, an adorable 6-year old medium-haired cat. Kee Kee may be a little nervous when meeting new people, but once she’s comfortable she can be the greatest little companion. Her fluffy and beauti-

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NORTH BERWICK Meet Hannah and Lena… These two beautiful girls are Hannah and Lena. They were both rescued from the same high-kill shelter in North Carolina. They are both easy going, good with other dogs, kids and cats. The perfect families for these girls would have a fenced in yard and maybe some kids to play with. Lena is a tri-colored English Fox-Walker Hound 1-2 years old and Hannah is a Lemon Walker Hound 4 years old. Both are up to date on shots and spayed. In addition to our featured pets of the week, Hannah and Lena, we still have a limited number of young adult cats and a reasonable number of older adult cats still looking for loving families of their own. Kittens and their mom’s are now entering the system. We would like to remind pet owners to please

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WELLS Giant Spring Yard Sale May 17-18 (weather permitting) at Safe Haven Adoption Center, 1616 Post Rd., Wells. Donations welcome. Update Buddy, the kitty lost in Cape Neddick, was found a mile away from his new home after two weeks missing. Suffering from weight lost and possibly frostbitten ears, he’s recovering from his harrowing adventure. Please -- be careful opening doors. Don’t let your cats slip outside. Remind your family

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watched the tame kitties getting belly rubs and treats and enjoying laser mouse. Over time, the feral’s fearful behavior weakened and they became friendlier. Like many of the colony, Ditto has a distinct white tip at the end of her lovely tail. She’s now friendly and approachable but still fears strangers and being held. Our adoption center has become her home, and we her colony. A couple years ago, at the vets for her annual vaccinations, Ditto sprung out of her carrier, climbed the walls and leaped right through a ceiling tile! She hid in their walls for a day and a half! They eventually had to drill open the wall to remove her. She now receives 3 year vaccinations so we don’t have to endure vet visits very often! Ditto’s made many friends over the years. One of her favorites is Virginia Beamer of Kennebunk, who’s been Ditto’s sponsor for years. She donates See HAVEN page 17...


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Health & Fitness Healthy Meals Made Fast Busy families are increasingly looking to free up time in their busy schedules. While certain shortcuts can make daily life more manageable, families sometimes pay too steep a price in their efforts to save time. Such is the case at the dinner table, where nutrition is often sacrificed at the expense of convenience. But quick and easy meals need not be void of nutrition and flavor. North Americans have increasingly turned to fast food, convenience items and dining out as an alternative to home cooked meals. However, such processed foods are often unhealthy. According to the book, “Eat It to Beat It!” by David Zinczenko, the average restaurant meal contains 58 grams of fat, or about 90 percent of the recommended daily fat intake for an average person. What’s more, 70 percent of the average American’s caloric intake is derived solely from processed foods. Moderation plays a crucial role when crafting a healthy diet. Families can enjoy the occasional meal out provided they are careful about what they eat during other times of the week or month. Time-pressed families

can employ a few strategies to help them eat better by enjoying more home-cooked meals. Make a list of favorite family meals. Start by thinking about what foods the entire household enjoys. Create a mealplanning schedule so that you can purchase all of the ingredients at once for the week so you aren’t making any timeconsuming last-minute trips to the store. Shop off-peak hours. Visit the supermarket during off-peak hours, such as early morning or late at night. Avoid Sunday afternoons when stores are often crowded. Shopping during off-peak hours can save you time. Separate bulk purchases into smaller portions. Take the time to divide larger packages of meat or produce into smaller portions more appropriate for the family. Frozen meats will defrost more quickly, and it’s easy to grab just what you need to pull together a meal. Prep like a pro. When you have free time, wash and cut vegetables, then store them away. Cook larger quantities of foods you eat often, such as pasta or chick-

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Health & Fitness How To Make Pizza Healthier

Pizza may have had humble beginnings, but today it is one of the most popular foods worldwide. More than five billion pizzas are sold across the globe each year, and pizza accounts for 10 percent of all food-service sales. Although pizza has many positive attributes, few consider pizza a healthy meal. Laden with cheese and high-calorie meats, pizza is often referred to as a guilty pleasure. However, there are a variety of ways to make the pizza you love better for your body. Downplay the cheese. Pizza originated in Naples, Italy, and it has been said the first pizzas were comprised of just dough and sauce and no cheese. Restaurants that favor more authen-

tic pizzas of the past will not rely heavily on cheese when preparing their pizzas. Instead of ordering a pizza with extra cheese, opt for minimal cheese to add just a subtle component of flavor to the pizza. Such an alteration to the recipe can reduce the saturated fat and cholesterol in pizza by a considerable amount.

copene was associated with an improvement in flow-mediated dilation, a measure of a blood vessel’s ability to relax. Tomatoes can help lower blood pressure, and they provide other heart benefits as well. Enjoying extra sauce on pizza and supplementing with sliced, cooked tomatoes can help make pizza healthier.

Savor the tomatoes. Tomatoes provide a bevy of health benefits. The carotenoids, specifically lycopene, found in tomatoes have a number of beneficial properties, including preventing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol. According to a report from researchers at Athens Medical School that was published in Nutrition Research, a daily 70 gram portion of tomato paste containing roughly 33 mg of ly-

Choose whole-wheat crust. More restaurants are adding whole-grain pizzas to their menus. By switching to a whole-wheat crust, you can boost your fiber intake by as much as 50 percent. High-fiber foods help to regulate cholesterol levels in the blood and help you to feel fuller longer, reducing the likelihood that you will overeat. Fiber also helps the digestive tract by making a person more regular. Whole-

grain foods have a lower glycemic index than processed grains as well, meaning they won’t cause rapid blood-sugar spikes, which can be advantageous to those with diabetes. Top pizza with vegetables. Instead of salt- and fatheavy meats like pepperoni, ham or sausage, top your pizza with fresh vegetables. Peppers, tomatoes, olives, broccoli, and spinach each deliver a wealth of vitamins and minerals, and are a great way to add more fiber to your diet.

Different areas of the country and the world favor different types of pizza. In the United States, New Yorkers prefer thin-crust pizza while the Windy City is synonymous with deep-dish pizza. While the debate continues as to which type of crust is better, switching to a thinner crust may have certain health benefits. Thick crusts pack more calories into each and every slice. When paired with cheese and other toppings, a slice of deep-dish pizza, while delicious, may contain more calories than is wise to eat in one sitting. Brick-oven pizza parlors generally offer whisper-thin crusts sparingly touched with cheese, sauce and basil to produce the classic Margherita pie, making such pizza a healthier alternative than New York- or Chicago-style pizza.

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flavorful, tender meals. After morning prep time, a family can return home in the evening and have a meal ready to go. Use convenience foods correctly. Make meals a combination of foods you cook from scratch and convenience items. However, be sure to check labels and ingredients when choosing convenience items. Opt for whole grain bread, and select foods that haven’t been overly processed. Choose

low-sodium alternatives for a healthier meal. Allow your family to splurge once in awhile. On particularly busy days, plan to dine out or to order some takeout. Many restaurants have revamped their offerings to provide healthier fare, and families worried about overeating can split portions among two or three people to cut down on the number of calories and fat everyone is consuming. This article was provided

KENNEBUNK On Friday, April 25 at 11:00 a.m., the Kennebunk Free Library, located at 112 Main St., is offering a Family Yoga Class for children ages 4 and up accompanied by an adult. Spring is a time of renewal and regeneration, a time for breathing new life into old routines. Invite some new by MetroCreative. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.

life into an ordinary day by joining Ms. Susan, Registered Yoga Teacher, for yoga stretches and postures to awaken a sluggish body after the long, trying winter. Expand, extend, and unfold your body and increase your energy, aligning yourself with the natural changes occurring around us. Pre-registration and a waiver are required. Please call the Children’s Room at 985-2173 x-5 or email ys@kennebunk. lib.me.us to pre-register.

At York Hospital, getting a vaccine isn’t a shot in the dark. Get up to date with York Hospital’s Immunization and Travel Medicine Services. See below for recommendations and reserve your appointment today! • PNEUMONIA (recommended for all adults 65 years old and up)

• SHINGLES (recommended for all adults 50 years old and up)

• TETANUS DIPTHERIA & PERTUSSIS (recommended for all adults 18 years old and up)

• CLINIC DATES AND TIMES APRIL 23, 8A–11A

TRAVELING SOON? Schedule your Travel Medicine appointment at least two weeks before your trip! Offering Yellow Fever, Typhoid, Japanese Encephalitis, and other common vaccinations required or recommended for traveling abroad. We also offer medications commonly prescribed to prevent Malaria and other travel related illnesses.

MAY 28, 1P–4P JUNE 25, 8A–11A JULY 23, 1P–4P AUGUST 27, 8A–11A

Call 207-361-3636 for an appointment at our York Hospital campus.

All clinics will be held at YORK HOSPITAL IN WELLS 114 Sanford Road (Rte 109) Wells, Maine 04090 Please call 207-361-3636 to reserve your appointment! WE CARE FOR YOU. We’re more than just a hospital. We are a team of providers and clinicians offering expertise in primary care, emergency, wellness & prevention, diagnostics and detection, specialized medicine & surgery, acute hospitalization, support services, rehabilitation and care at home; and connections to tertiary centers for when your needs become highly specialized. Contact York Hospital’s Friendraising office today to find a provider that is right for you. 15 Hospital Drive, York, ME 03909 | 207-363-4321 | www.yorkhospital.com | info@yorkhospital.com


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Health & Fitness The Link Between Diabetes and Dental Health

A dental health exam may reveal a warning sign for diabetes.

Regular dental checkups are essential to maintaining oral health. In addition to preventing dental caries and removing tartar that contributes to gum disease, dental checkups can alert patients to other potential health problems. For example, symptoms of periodontal disease may be indicative of the presence of diseases that stems from outside of the mouth, including diabetes. Diabetes, a condition of uncontrolled blood sugar or insu-

For your next emergency, expect high level care with a hometown feel. Your emergency is our life’s work. Our team of board certified emergency physicians is dedicated to caring for your every concern, your every worry, your every emergency. We’re here when you need us, every time. Now we offer emergency care in York AND Wells. Our emergency physicians and nurses work with an experienced team of primary care providers, specialists, surgeons and staff to provide you with optimal care. And, connections with tertiary-level hospitals in Boston and Portland offer immediate access to experts when your needs are more specialized.

We also know the value of centering care around our patients needs. Here you’ll find private rooms for every patient; comfortable surroundings and special amenities for you and your family; and services to ensure your visit is as quick as you want it to be.

lin production, can affect many areas of the body, including the mouth. Diabetics face a high risk of oral health problems because of fluctuating levels of blood sugar, which impairs white blood cells. White blood cells are the body’s main defense against disease and are dispatched when a virus or bacteria is present. Should white blood cells be rendered less effective, the body’s defense system is compromised and infections can occur in the mouth and elsewhere.

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Those with diabetes may complain of certain oral symptoms. Uncontrolled diabetes can result in a decrease in saliva flow, which leads to dry mouth. Saliva is important to wash away bacteria in the mouth. Gum inflammation can occur because diabetes causes blood vessels to thicken, slowing the flow of waste and nutrients from bodily tissues. An increase in bacteria and the compromised state of white blood cells makes for the perfect environment for periodontal disease. Furthermore, uncontrolled diabetes can make it more difficult for the mouth and other areas of the body to heal. Therefore, there may be recurrent mouth infections, sores and other symptoms of irritation. Thrush, a condition of overabundant yeast in the body that can cause white patches and soreness in the mouth, is also more prevalent among diabetics. The American Diabetes Association says that not only are people with diabetes more susceptible to serious gum disease, but serious gum disease may have the potential to affect blood glucose control and contribute to the progression of diabetes. Many people are unaware they have diabetes until an oral health exam raises a red flag that warns of uncontrolled blood sugar. Those who are aware of their diabetes should take treatment seriously to keep blood sugar levels in check. They also should discuss their diabetes with a dentist and other oral health practitioners so that a custom exam and screening schedule can be implemented. It is vital for diabetics to maintain oral health to reduce the risk of infections of the mouth that can spread elsewhere throughout the body. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.

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WE CARE FOR YOU. We’re more than just a hospital. We are a team of providers and clinicians offering expertise in primary care, emergency, wellness & prevention, diagnostics and detection, specialized medicine & surgery, acute hospitalization, support services, rehabilitation and care at home; and connections to tertiary centers for when your needs become highly specialized. Contact York Hospital’s Friendraising office today to find a provider that is right for you. 15 Hospital Drive, York, ME 03909 | www.yorkhospital.com | info@yorkhospital.com | 207-363-4321

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Prepare for Health Care Costs During Retirement As you save and invest for retirement, what are your ultimate goals? Do you plan on traveling the world? Purchasing a vacation home? Pursuing your hobbies? People often think and plan for these costs. Yet, too often, many of us overlook what potentially could be a major expense during our retirement years: health care. By preparing for these costs, you can help yourself enjoy the retirement lifestyle you’ve envisioned. Many of us may ignore the impact of health care costs because we just assume Medicare will pay for everything. But that’s not the case. In estimating health care costs during retirement, you may find that $4,000 to $6,000 per year per person for traditional medical expenses is a good starting point, although the amount varies by individual. Furthermore, this figure does not include the costs of longterm care, which can be considerable. To illustrate: The national average for home health aide services is nearly $45,000 per year, and a private room in a nursing home is nearly $84,000 per year, according to a recent survey by Genworth, a financial security company. So what can you do to help cope with these costs?

Here are a few suggestions: Estimate your costs. Try to estimate what your out-of-pocket health care costs might be, based on your health, your age at retirement, whatever supplemental insurance you may carry and other factors. Know the key dates. Things can change in your life, but try to identify, as closely as possible, the age at which you plan to retire. This will help you spot any coverage gaps before you become eligible for Medicare at age 65. Also, be aware of the seven-month window for enrolling in Medicare, beginning three months before your 65th birthday. Review your insurance options. Medicare-approved insurance companies offer some other parts to Medicare, including Part D, which covers prescription drugs; Medigap, which covers gaps in Parts A and B (in-hospital expenses, doctor services, outpatient care and some preventive services); and Part C (also known as Medicare Advantage, which is designed to replace Parts A, B, Medigap and, potentially, part D). You have several options for Part D, Medigap and Medicare Advantage, each with varying coverage and costs, so choose the plans

that best fit your needs. (To learn more about Medicare and supplemental insurance, go to www. medicare.gov.) Develop a long-term care strategy. To meet long-term care costs, you could self-insure or purchase insurance coverage. To learn about long-term care insurance solutions, contact your financial advisor. Invest for growth and rising income. Health care costs typically rise as you move further into retirement, so make sure that a reasonable portion of your assets is allocated to investments with the potential for both growth and rising income. Think about health care directives. If you were to become incapacitated, you might be unable to make health care decisions — and these decisions may affect

not only your quality of life but also your financial situation, and that of your family. Talk to your legal advisor about establishing a health care directive, which allows you to name someone to make choices on your behalf. Health care costs during your retirement may be unavoidable. But by anticipating these costs, you can put yourself in a position to deal with them — and that’s a healthy place to be. This article was written by Edward Jones and submitted by

Financial Advisor Deb DeColfmacker. If you would like to contact DeColfmacker, you can do so by calling 207-3845793.

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Running a little behind? We can help you pull way ahead. Get that nagging bunch of small debts crossed off your list. York County Federal Credit Union can help you bundle up those pesky bills and turn them into one tidy, manageable, monthly payment. At a good rate, too. It’s great to have a friend with cash to lend. Stop by and let’s see what ...we’re here for you. York County can do for you. BIDDEFORD | SACO | SANFORD | SO SANFORD | YORK 571-3500 282-2962 490-5060 324-7511 351-1021 Call, click or come in. • www.YorkCountyFCU.com *Subject to credit approval. This Credit Union is federally insured by Other restrictions may apply. the National Credit Union Administration.


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Tips for Keeping More of Money Maine Film Office on Your Tax Returns Nearly 150 million Amer- from the actual tax liability and of money on which you are Sees Remarkable icans will file federal income may be utilized when filing for taxed and, your eventual tax litax returns this yea. Unfortu- 2013. They include the Child ability. Some examples include Returns in 2013 nately, many will be shelling Tax Credit, which allows up to contributions made to qualifyout much more of their hardearned money than necessary, says veteran financial expert Jeff Gorton. Gorton says: “When you think about all you do to earn your money, and the lengths we’ll go to save a few bucks, it doesn’t make sense to not do all we can to prepare for the inevitable – our compulsory contribution to Uncle Sam’s bank account.” There is nothing unpatriotic about taking advantage of legal measures to reduce your tax bill, Gorton says. But most Americans don’t understand the basics of how to minimize the tax burden. “If you wait until the last minute to do your taxes, you’re sure to miss out on savings,” says Gorton, who offers some tax-saving options. Credits: Tax credits are usually subtracted dollar for dollar

$1,000 for children younger than 17; the American Opportunity Credit, featuring up to $2,500 in tax savings per eligible student for tuition costs for four years of post-high-school education; and the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit, which grants qualifying taxpayers 10 percent of the cost of certain energy-efficient building materials — up to a $500 lifetime credit. The Child and Dependent Care Credit, for those who have to pay someone to care for a child younger than 13, or another dependent, offers up to $3,000 for one qualifying individual, or up to $6,000 for two or more qualifying individuals. Deductions: Like tax credits, deductions have phase-out limits, so you may want to consult with a professional. Deductions are subtracted from your income before your taxes are calculated, which may reduce the amount

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ing charitable organizations. You may be able to write off outof-pocket costs incurred while doing work for a charity. Others may include amounts set aside for retirement through a qualified retirement plan, such as an Individual Retirement Account. Medical expenses exceeding 10 percent of your adjusted gross income are now deductible – expenses exceeding 7.5 percent are still deductible for those older than age 65; and, potentially, mortgage interest paid on a loan secured for your primary residence. Tax-favored investing: This involves both taxexempt investments and tax-deferred investments. Tax-exempt investments, which include such vehicles as municipal bonds and certain money market funds, offer a way to grow your money that’s exempt from federal taxes. Municipal bonds are free of federal income tax and may be free of state and local income taxes for investors who live in the area where the bond was issued. Taxdeferred investments, on which taxes are postponed until you withdraw your money, include qualified retirement plans, such as traditional IRAs and employer-sponsored plans. The also include insurance products, such as annuities and, sometimes, life insurance. About Jeff Gorton, CPA, CFP Jeff Gorton is a certified public accountant and a certified financial planner specializing in individual tax and retirement planning.

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AUGUSTA Film production in Maine took quite a leap in 2013. The Maine Film Office certified a total of sixteen productions, unleashing more than $4.7 million in direct spending by various companies here in Maine. That figure is a significant improvement over 2012, in which there were eight certified productions and $1.5 million spent in Maine. “The curtains have closed on a tremendous year for the Maine Film Office,” said Governor Paul R. LePage. “The whole state benefits from a robust film industry. We welcome more film and television production in Maine as the curtain rises on 2014. When more productions arrive to do business, more Mainers are put to work as a result of their investments.” “I give a great deal of credit for our industry growth in 2013 to the efforts of our Film Office Director Karen Carberry Warhola who has been a force for us since she arrived in July of 2012,” said Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) Commissioner George Gervais. In addition to solid leadership in its Film Office, Maine’s film incentives play a pivotal role in attracting interest from film and television producers and enable the state to remain competitive in the industry. “Maine’s production incentives help generate a solid return on

investment,” said Karen Carberry Warhola. “In 2013 the direct spend of the productions in Maine was $33.23 for every $1.00 paid out in the program.” Better still; that per-dollar return on investment will increase when taxes paid by the productions are deducted from the cost of the program. The Maine Film Office is proactively working to market and promote the growth of the production industry, and has undertaken a variety of new initiatives to showcase Maine as a prime location. Those efforts include: updates to the Maine Film Office website, making it easier for producers to find locations; talented crew listings; local businesses that can supply needed goods and services; and, film-friendly communities. The Office also meets regularly with filmmakers, reads scripts, and attends film industry trade shows, local and national film festivals, screenings, and industry events. The Maine Film Office is part of the Maine Office of Tourism within the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD). Film, television and commercial production companies spending at least $75,000 in Maine may qualify for the Maine Visual Media Incentive Plan. The incentives are a mix of various rebates and credits.

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Now open: your brand new branch at 460 US Route 1 in York.

Your York Team Matthew McDonald Payroll Development Officer Michael O’Reilly Commercial Banking Officer Teresa Thompson Regional Market Manager Mike Del Tergo Senior Portfolio Manager Robert Nadeau Senior Business Banker Barbara Conda York Branch Manager Lucie Hannigan Senior Treasury & Payment Services Officer

New branch. Same exceptional team. Our York team is stellar, and completely irreplaceable. So even though our branch is new, you can count on the same exceptional service you’ve come to expect.

Laura Huddy Commercial Banking Officer Lori Blondin Assistant Branch Manager Katherine Ashley Customer Service Representative Kathleen Weber Teller

Of course, you can also count on the same exceptional suite of products and services you’ve come to expect from Bangor Savings Bank. With benefits like: • Free ATMs Worldwide.* Any ATM. Anywhere. • Free Benefit Checking. No minimum balance.** • Dedicated local team. We’re here for you when you need us. • Mortgage, home equity, and small business loans to help you dream big.

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Stop by! We’re open weekdays 8-5, Saturdays 8:30-12. Or contact Branch Manager Barbara Conda anytime at 207.363.0731, or barbara.conda@bangor.com.

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~ Where To Dine ~ Upcoming Events in April

OPEN for Lunch EVERYDAY

Saturday, April 19

Except Wednesday The week of April 21st You gotta eat somewhere. . .

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 5:00 – 8:00 pm with Doug Bennett and Joe Riillo

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Located on the Beautiful Marginal Way

Easter Brunch

Dining Guide

Sunday, April 20, 11 am – 2 pm

on the ocean www.beachmereinn.com

THE

BARN

PRIME RIB FRIDAYS Three Course Prime Rib Dinner ~ Every Friday Also ~ Catch of the Day

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

Lobster barn

Thursday, April 24 Scotch Tasting Dinner

$24.95

6:00 pm - $45pp Call for reservations, 207-646-2021 A few seats left – hosted by

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

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

Family Dining

Not Just Seafood

Something for Everyone:

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

42 Main Street North Berwick, Maine 207-676-1185

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Open Seven Days 6 am to 1 pm

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

Monday-Thursday Special

10% OFF

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Lighter Fare Available:

Fri.-Sat. in the Bar ‘til 10pm

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SPECIALS

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

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

~ Entrées ~

(Served All Day - Changes Daily)

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

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

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

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

Easter, April 20 serving Noon-8 pm

The

Cape Neddick Inn

1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York Open Year Round, 7 Days A Week 207-351-1145 • www.capeneddickinn.com

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5/8.

MAINE LOBSTER STEW

7/9.

SHRIMP COCKTAIL Six chilled shrimp, set atop crushed ice with lime cocktail sauce and lemon wedge

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

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RHODE ISLAND CALAMARI 9. Buttermilk marinated and lightly fried, roasted garlic aioli and tomato basil sauce, cherry peppers, balsamic reduction NUT CRUSTED BRIE 10. Served with sliced baguette and pear apple chutney CLASSIC CAESAR 7. Crisp romaine hearts, herbed croutons, classic caesar dressing, parmesan, crispy prosciutto, anchovy filets HOUSE SALAD 7. Mixed greens, sliced red onion, blueberries, feta, chopped pistachios tossed in a pomegranate honey dressing SPINACH SALAD 7. Sliced strawberries, pears, creamy goat cheese, slivered almonds tossed with poppy seed vinaigrette

PAN SEARED SCALLOPS Goat cheese polenta, swiss chard, and lemon butter sauce

Please call for reservations! ENTREES 25.

SEAFOOD STUFFED FLOUNDER 25. Stuffed with scallops, shrimp, lobster, herb crumb topping, and accompanied by long grain wild rice and sautéed broccolini, finished with tarragon lobster cream sauce

ROAST LEG OF LAMB 26. Pistachio and Dijon mustard crust accompanied by garlic mashed and sautéed broccolini, finished with port wine and pomegranate sauce PAN SEARED DUCK BREAST 27. Honey balsamic glaze, thinly sliced, and accompanied by long grain wild rice and sautéed broccolini, and chopped pecans

APRICOT SALMON 25. Pan seared salmon, finished in the oven with apricot glaze, with grilled pineapple, napa slaw, accompanied by sweet potato and chorizo hash, and asparagus

CITRUS HAM STEAK 22. Grilled maple smoked ham, apricot citrus glaze, pineapple-golden raisin chutney served with garlic mashed potatoes and green beans

1 ½ POUND STEAMED LOBSTER 27. Accompanied by garlic and herb potato cakes, sautéed green beans, and drawn butter

PEPPER CRUSTED FILET MIGNON 28. Grilled filet, topped with blue cheese, accompanied by leek and wild mushroom risotto, buttered baby carrots, and finished with maple balsamic sauce

1½ LB. BAKED STUFFED LOBSTER 33. Baked and stuffed with scallops, shrimp, lobster and fresh herbs, along with garlic and herb potato cakes, sautéed green beans, drawn butter

PRIME RIB 14oz. slow roasted rib eye with garlic mashed potatoes, sautéed green beans, and house-made au jus

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~ Where To Dine ~

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

Ogunquit’s Only Fresh-Topping Brick-Oven Pizzeria

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Pick-Up Specials FREE Antipasto

when you buy 2 Large Pizzas

FREE Topping

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

Full Bar & Happy Hour Daily __________ Free Delivery

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

Dinner For 2 $27.99

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

Fri - Sat - Sun Lunch Special

$7.99

1 Topping Flatbread Pizza & Salad

Angelina’s Ristorante & Wine Bar

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

- Tuesday -

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

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

- Wednesday & Sunday -

3 Course Dinner $21

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

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

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

per person

plus tax + gratuity

Each Course is paired with Wine

May 23 at 6pm

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

Mangia (EAT) - Thursday -

$65

Thursdays $9.99

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

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

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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...

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“Big Surprise!! A great meal”

Route 1, Ogunquit 207.646.8777

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

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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

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With this coupon. Monday-Saturday. Expires 4/18/14. This offer not valid with any other discount. No Cash Value. (WS)

AGGIE’S 106 Agamenticus Rd, South Berwick, Maine

OPEN DAILY FROM NOON UNTIL 9:00pm

Roost Cafe & Bistro

Lots of new flavors along with all your all time favorites!

Add a little sunshine to your life with one of our delicious treats! off the beaten pat h, but well worth the trip a little EASTER BRUNCH 2014 8 am to 11 am – Regular Breakfast Menu - 11 am to 4 pm Brunch Menu (below) APPETIZERS • Soup – Ham and Black-eyed Pea... $7 • Truffled Deviled Eggs... $5 • Beet Gnocchi with Brown Butter Sage Sauce... $8 • Gnocchi & Lobster Marsala Reduction... $12 • House Made Corned Beef Hash w/Eggs Nested in a Potato Basket... $18

THREE EGG OMELETS... $16

Accompanied by Potato Cake or Home Fries and Toast • Green House - Roasted Vegetables, Ricotta Cheese & Roasted Tomato Chutney • Crabby Granny - Maine Crabmeat, Granny Smith Apples, Red Onion and Hollandaise • Swine & Swiss - Mojo Marinated Pulled Pork, Ham, Dill Pickles and A Dab Of Dijon • Upstream - Smoked Salmon, Capers & Goat Cheese

ROOST CAFÉ BENEDICTS

Sauced In Roosts’ Own Hollandaise, Served with Home Fries Or Potato Cake • Traditional- English Muffins, House-Cured and Smoked Canadian Bacon, Poached Eggs... $15 • House Smoked Salmon - Served w/Two Eggs, Hollandaise & Smoked Paprika... $16 • Coastal Bene - 2 Crispy Crab Cakes, Eggs, Field Greens, Hollandaise & Roasted Tomato Chutney... $18

CRÈME BRULEE FRENCH TOAST -

Thick Slices Of Crème Brulee Soaked Rustic Bread and Topped with Caramelized Sugar Crust... $14

APPLE CINNAMON, LEMON RICOTTA OR BLUEBERRY PANCAKES... $12 BREAKFAST SIDES - Bacon, Homemade Chorizo or Ham... $4 ENTREES • Roast Lamb – w/Spring Pea Salad, Herb Roasted Potatoes, Pan Jus... $24

• Prime Rib – Dijon Sauce, Potatoes Gratin, Asparagus... $25 • Pan Sauteed Dover Sole – Tangerine Glaze, Squash Cakes... $23 • Baked Jumbo Shrimp w/Crab Stuffing – Fried Artichokes with Diablo Sauce... $24 • Southern Spiced Soft Shell Crabs with Lemon Caper Sauce... $27 DESSERTS... $7 Blonde Chocolate Mousse Parfait • Mixed Berry Tart • Bing Cherry Streusel Cake

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207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266 • www.roostcafeandbistro.com 262 Shore Road, Ogunquit - We have plenty of parking!

646-3355

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

HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET

NOW HIRING LINE COOKS 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wed-Sat 11-8 & Sun 11-3 SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

oshua’s Restaurant in Wells

Open 5pm Seven Days

Except Christmas

www.joshuas.biz

Serving

Easter Dinner 2pm to 7pm


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

www.OutlookWeddings.com

www.OutlookGolf.com

All 18 Holes Open for Golf Play SEASON PASS MEMBERSHIP 2014 5-Day: $1,050 10 Play Cards:

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

207-384-GOLF(4653)

OutlookGolf.com

EASTER SUNDAY BRUNCH

MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH

Complimentary Mimosa for Adults

Complimentary Mimosa for Adults

April 20, 2014 • Seatings 10AM-2PM

Fresh Fruit Station Fresh Seasonal Fruits, Assorted Homemade Pastries, Bagels, Breads, and Assorted Cereals

Breakfast Buffet Farmhouse Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs, Canadian Bacon, Hollandaise Sauce), Irish-style Corned Beef Hash, Outlook Homefries, Oven-baked Beans with Onions, Bacon and Sausage Links, Country Gravy over Buttermilk Biscuits

Omelet Station 2-Egg Fluffy Omelet, Eggs Cooked to Order

Choice of Fillings: Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, Spinach, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Artichoke Hearts, Jalapenos, Sausage, Bacon, Ham, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese, American Cheese

Carving Stations Slow Roasted Prime Rib Au Jus, Maple Mustard Crusted Roast Leg of Lamb with Peach Chutney and Sunflower Seed Mint Pesto, Housecured Atlantic Salmon

Seafood Bar Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and Crab Legs with Kettle One Cocktail Sauce Salads Fresh Tossed Garden Salad with Ranch & Italian Dressing, House-made Caesar Salad Dessert Bar Assorted Cakes, Pies, Cookies and Brownies Juice Bar & Coffee Station Regular/Decaf Coffee, Orange, Cranberry & Tomato Juices

May 11, 2014 • Seatings 10AM-2PM

Fresh Fruit Station Fresh Seasonal Fruits, Assorted Pastries, Muffins, Breads & Cereals Breakfast Buffet Scrambled Eggs, Eggs Benedict (Poached Eggs, Canadian Bacon, Hollandaise Sauce), Irish-style Corned Beef Hash, Links Homefries, Baked Beans with Onions, Bacon and Sausage Links, Country Gravy over Buttermilk Biscuits, Pancakes with Assorted Toppings

Omelet Station 2-Egg Fluffy Omelet, Eggs Cooked to Order

Choice of Fillings: Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, Spinach, Tomatoes, Broccoli, Artichoke Hearts, Jalapenos, Sausage, Bacon, Ham, Cheddar Cheese, Swiss Cheese, American Cheese

Carving Stations Roasted Prime Rib Au Jus, Poached Salmon with Spinach and Ginger Tarragon Shallot Cream Sauce, Pan Seared Petit Filet with Wild Mushroom Leek Ragout

Seafood Bar Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and Crab Legs with Wasabi Cocktail Sauce Soups & Salads Chilled Strawberry Mint & Chocolate Soup, Fresh Tossed Garden Salad with Ranch & Italian Dressing

Dessert Bar Assorted Cakes, Pies, Cookies and Brownies Juice Bar & Coffee Station Coffee, Orange, White Grape, Cranberry & Tomato Juices

Adults $34.95/person + tax, Children 12 & Under $14.95/person + tax Groups of 6 or more will have 8% tax and 18% gratuity added to their bill ~ Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry,seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness.

Reservations Required 207-384-1010 Ext 34

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


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Dining Guide Named 2010

r of Restaurateu the Year t Restauran by the Maine Association

Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

A view for

Open for

Fine Dining

Wednesday through Sunday at 5 pm

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

Reservations Required. Large Parties Welcome.

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

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

Over 50 Items

Under $10

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

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

all seasons

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

Spring Wine Dinner

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

See our menus online @ www.springhillmaine.com

Sundays Are Special At Spring Hill

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

Buy 1 Entrée & Receive 2nd Entrée FREE ~ Sunday Only To receive discount, a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. Not valid on 4/20/14. EXP 4/30/14 (WS)

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

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

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF AMORE!

“Love is the MAINE ingredient”

Call for Easter reservations Serving until 1pm

Be sure to

1994

Closed Wed & Thurs this week.

9:30 am - 4:30 pm

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

Special Events

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

Mothers Day Buffet Sunday May 11th

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

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

Trivia Night Every Tuesday!

Every Thursday 7PM

Open Mic Night!

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

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

MUST PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING

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

$10 OFF $35 or more

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

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

OR

Lobster Roll & Fries

$12

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

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

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


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Dining Guide

BREAKFAST BRUNCH LUNCH DINNER Live Music

LIVE on theMUSIC Friday-Sunday weekends!

Open Daily BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER

Open Daily

JOIN US

Live Music on the weekends!

EASTER

WEEKEND BREAKFAST LUNCH See hours also open: Piano Bar ~below Fri & – Sat DINNER Sunday Brunch with Fletcher Jazz21 Duo MONDAY, APRIL 8AM TO 2PM

Special Events

Birthdays, Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners, Bridal and Baby Showers, Wedding Brunch, Family Reunions

Piano ~ Fri & Sat are available Packages with oceanfront hotelBar accommodations Sunday Brunch with Fletcher Jazz Duo

EVERY NIGHT... AN EXPERIENCE

OPENYEAR YEAR ROUND NOW OPEN ROUND!

Spring Hours: Friday & Saturday, Dinner 5pm to Closing Special Events SaturdayWeddings, & Sunday,Rehearsal Breakfast 8am to 2pm Birthdays, Dinners, Bridal Lunch/Brunch 11am to 2pm and Baby Showers, Wedding Brunch, Family Reunions

www.thewildblueberryrestaurant.com reservations are recommended are available Packages withDinner oceanfront hotel accommodations No reservations required for Breakfast/Lunch/Brunch 207-646-0990 82 Shore Road, Weddings, Ogunquit Rehearsal Dinners, Special Events: Birthdays, NOW OPEN YEAR ROUND! Bridal and Baby Showers, Wedding Brunch, Family Reunions

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

www.thewildblueberryrestaurant.com 207-646-0990

NEW! Hours, NEW! Menu, NEW! Nightly VIP APRIL Specials* EARLY BIRD NIGHTLY @ 5:30pm: Second Entree 1/2 Price (Must order by 6pm. Not valid Easter Sunday)

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

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

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

Easter Sunday

April 20 • Dinner 12-5pm Don’t Miss Our FREE Community Egg Hunt @ 4pm (weather permitting)

207.361.2272

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

ClayHillFarm.com

82 Shore Road, Ogunquit

ANNIE S OGUNQUIT

Patriots’ Celebration Specials Open Fri-Sat-Sun 4pm-Close

HAPPY HOUR 4-6:

LOADED BURGER $6.99 ONION RINGS $5 CHILI CHEESY FRIES $5 $1 OFF ALL DRAFT BEERS

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

$3 House Wines & Well Liquors

FRIDAY NIGHT $9.99:

Homemade Chicken Pot Pie with mashed potatoes & Homemade Meatloaf with mashed potatoes

SATURDAY NIGHT MUSIC: Live Irish music and singing with Mama Beth from 7pm

369 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207.251.4335 WWW.ANNIESIRISHPUB.COM

6 Days A Week • Closed Mondays

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


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Dining Guide Fish Market & Restaurant 855 US Route 1, York, ME

351-8100

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

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Weekend Specials

Fried Oysters $13.95 Grilled Swordfish with lemon butter $13.95

RTE 1, 335 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207-646-3111 • BINTLIFFSOGUNQUIT.COM

**above two dinners are served with small garden salad, vegetable, starch, and blueberry cobbler for dessert.

Breakfast/Lunch Sat & Sun 8am-2:30pm • Dinner Thur-Sat 5:30pm-Close

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

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

nOw Open fOr the SeASOn

11:30am-9pm Daily Lunch & Dinner 124 Ocean Avenue Kennebunkport (207) 967-2562

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

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

Easter Sunday

Prime Rib Dinner Special

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

Friday Night:

(while it lasts)

~ Dinner Reservations Accepted ~

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

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Friday Night Caffé Prego Pizza Served after 5pm. Sunday Brunch à la carte menu served 10am-2pm. Sunday Night Trivia Play for free and win prizes. 7-9pm. Monday Night Five-O Public Supper select entrées are $9.50.

oin us on easter Sunday for a delectable brunch served from 11am to 3pm accompanied by live Jazz music. enjoy a brunch buffet featuring an omelette-making station. $19 per person, $12 for children 12 and under (plus tax and gratuity). or, you can order from the à la carte brunch menu. easter dinner features holiday specials, served from 5 to 8pm. Call for reservations.

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REAL ESTATE GUIDE 207.384.4008 Info@Century21BarBaraPatterson.Com 96 Portland street, south BerwICk, me 03908 BarBara Patterson www.Century21BarBaraPatterson.Com

PHYLLIS JENNA WINSLOW P H Y L LFOX I S &F OX

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PF 207.332.6925 JW 207.752.0087 Phyllis@YorkMaineLuxuryHomes.com

Yorke Realty

SOUTH BERWICK NEWLY LISTED

A WAVE FROM IT ALL 8 Broadway Extension This little Condo has an awesome location in the heart of York Beach! of an active and Perfect for living carefree lifestyle! $199,900 Picture tour at: www.aWaveFromItAll.com

P H Y L L I S F OX

SOUTH BERWICK

Yorke Realty

26 & 30 HORN ROAD This Outta Sight RETRO-A-FRAME, nestled in the coastal woods, is in a neat-o neighborhood near conservation land and only 1 mile to sandy beaches! RETRO-priced $35,000 below assessed! $269,000 Picture tour at: www.26plus30HornRoad.com

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NUBBLE COVE WATCH 6 Ulan Pond Way Ultimate ocean and Nubble Lighthouse views! 2.5 Acres with 550 feet dramatic ocean frontage. 5 Bedroom Cape with magnificent oceanside deck. $1,399,000 Picture tour at: www.NubbleCoveWatch.com

Full dormered 3 BR Cape featuring large LR/DR with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Updated kitchen with granite counters, finished bsmt, detached garage with area above. $224,900 Live high on a hill in this well-cared-for 3+ BR Saltbox. 16 x 32 addition perfect for entertaining or relaxing. Finished basement, family room with woodstove, mature landscaping. $209,900

Jerry tatloCk

Superior-designed Craftsmen home privately sited on a 5+ acre parcel with 500+ ft. of frontage on Great Works River. Beautiful kitchen with granite counters, cathedral ceiling in LR, 1st floor laundry, and en suite master bedroom. Unique tile in all 2.5 baths, wood floors on 1st floor including in family room, large foyer and turned staircase to 2nd floor. Two covered porches, stone patio, 2-car garage w/ ample storage. Move in ready! Offered at $388,600 YEAR ROUND ENJOYMENT

BarBara Patterson

Jeff hoerth

Carol CurIt

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Jerry Tatlock

Associate Broker/Owner

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

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

Richard Littlefield

Lois Widi Broker

Office: 207-363-4300 Cell: 207-337-2921 richardl@yorkerealty.com yorke realty

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

187 State Road, Kittery, Maine 03904 Each office is independently owned and operated.

Cell 207-252-5229

Business 207-439-4070 Ext 23 Toll Free 800-941-9731 loiswidi@c21newson.com EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY

Each Office Independently Owned and Operated

Are you ready to sell? Combining quality service, over 30 years experience, state-of-the-art marketing tools and the power of the Internet to bring you the results you need. We’ve partnered with the most forward Real Estate company in Combininglooking quality service, over 25 years experience, state of the art marketting tools and the power of the Internet to bring you the the area focused on unequalled quality results you need. We’ve partnered with theus most service and technology. Contact forforward looking Real Estate company in the area focused on unequalled quality service and an opinion of your homes value. technology. Contact us for an opinion of your homes value.

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Ask for Kathryn Harrison (207) 324-5264 (207) 651-4101 849 Main St, Sanford, ME 04073

Hometown Agency

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, APRIL 12 NOON TO 2:00 PM 174 MILTON MILLS RD LEBANON, ME Opportunity to view this beautiful post and beam Cape on 5.78 acres. The open kitchen / living room / dining room offers vaulted ceiling and skylights, and makes a great area for entertaining. 3 Bedrooms and 2 full baths. Sweeping lawn and wonderfully established landscaping, plus a 36 x 60 barn. $259,900


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Newson Associates

Office: (207) 439-4070 Fax: (207) 439-4461 Email: info@c21newson.com Website: www.c21newson.com 187 State Road, Kittery, ME 03904

REAL ESTATE GUIDE

OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, APRIL 12 • 12-2PM 28 Beech Ridge Rd, ELIOT • One floor living open concept Ranch sited on 3 acres. Original owner maintained property in pristine condition. Full above ground basement offers easy expansion potential. $309,000

OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, APRIL 12 • 12-2PM 2 Bridge St, KITTERY • Superb water views! Enjoy watching all the marvelous activity on the interesting Piscataqua River. Fantastic location for viewing construction of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge $316,000

OPEN HOUSE:

SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 11AM - 1PM 99 Frost Hill Road ELIOT

Gorgeous home privately set on 9.9 acres offers over 3000 SF with open concept floor plan, 9’ ceilings, wood floors, granite counters, 2 fireplaces, 2nd floor laundry, full walkout basement, and oversized 2-car garage. $485,000 Directions: from Route 101 (Goodwin Rd) to Frost Hill.

207-439-8360 1703 State Road Eliot, ME 03903

Lynne 207-252-0752 • Suzette 207-252-5927

Cole Brown Estates An Active 55+ Community “We can’t believe we have been here for 3 1/2 years and still happy with our move! Best part is no worries about year round maintenance. Stephen is the best. Our taxes are less than $1200 and gas (for heat, AC, generator, stove and fireplace) less than $2400 per year. Our neighbors are wonderful. Come and see Cole Brown Estates. We are 10 minutes to Portsmouth.” ~ Dick & DeDe Dionne

• Own an home in a quiet, private, secure community • All maintenance included • Single floor living • Low taxes & heat

Pick Your Own Floor Plan!

Cole Brown Estates - Starting at $179,900 White Tail Ridge, Eliot, Maine • 207.438.0222 • www.colebrownestates.net

Newson Associates

Office: (207) 439-4070 Fax: (207) 439-4461 Email: info@c21newson.com Website: www.c21newson.com

Call or email Century 21 Newson Associates at 207-439-4070 or info@c21newson.com

187 State Road, Kittery, ME 03904

OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, APRIL 12 • 12-2PM 46 Dion Avenue, KITTERY • Waterfront, Builder Joe Dion custom-built Ranch with many recent updates, new windows, heating system, bathroom just to name a few. Hardwood floor, 2 fireplaces, sunroom, large eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, beautiful views, walk to downtown. $439,900

OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, APRIL 12 • 12-2PM 56 Beaver Dam Rd, SO. BERWICK • This home has the “wow” factor! New granite kitchen w/ island, stainless steel appliances, large master suite, 2 additional bedrooms, large living room w/ wood floors, family room in lower level, nicely landscaped, and a large deck all in Old Mill! Community pool and tennis courts. $369,750

Contact Glenn Deletetskly 207-590-8649 gadorp@maine.rr.com Best Buy in Wells. Just started construction on 3 year-round condominiums with hardwood floors, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, private deck and full basement. Talk to Glenn about pre-construction specials or owner financing. Open House: Sunday 4/13, 1-4 PM • 154 Stephen Eaton Ln, Wells From intersection of Rt 1 and 109, north 1/3 mile, left on Stephen Eaton Lane to end, on left.

New condo, close to everything, only 2-1/3 miles to Drakes Island Beach. HW floors, granite countertops, SS appliances, private deck, full basement with exterior entrance. Great rental potential! Ease of location, 1-1/3 miles from I-95 and Amtrak Terminal. Owner will consider financing or lease to purchase.

Open House: Sunday 4/13, 1-4 PM • 8 Colonial Dr, Saco • $240,000 North St. to Colonial OR Saco exit off I-95 to Industrial Park Rd. to left on North St. to left on Colonial.

Great family home. Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA Cape with family room, DR, LR, office area, located close to everything in Saco! This well-appointed home has many new updates, including architectural roof shingles, flooring, windows, painted walls, and fenced backyard! Owner willing to leave pool. Hosted by Holley.


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SPORTS Travel Basketball Team Completes Successful Season ELIOT The Marshwood Girls Grades 5 and 6 Travel Basketball Team recently completed a very successful season. The team

played 52 games finishing with a record of 39-13. They participated in tournaments in Farmington, Somersworth, Seabrook, Portsmouth’s

Connie Bean tournament, Kittery, Westbrook, and their own Marshwood Tournament, reaching the finals in all SEVEN tournaments. They won the Farm-

ington and the Seabrook tournaments, and finishing second in the others. The team is coached by head coach Bob Fontaine and assistant coach John Watson. The team includes: Front row: Lexi McGee, Katie Taran, Rori Coomey, Kayla Goodwin, Bri Frank, and

Angelina Bisson. Middle row: Kaia LontineKearson. Back row: Jocelyn Stackpole, Hannah Stackpole, Bailey Birkbeck, Casey Perry, Brady Salvail, and Sydney Bingham. For more information, email Nancy Fontaine at Fontaine12345@aol.com or call 207439-1697.

Third Annual Noble Youth Soccer 5K Run/Walk

scoreboard

Berwick Academy Boys’ Lacrosse SOUTH BERWICK -

The Berwick Academy (0-1) Boys’ Lacrosse team traveled to Brookline, Mass. on Wednesday, April 2, to open their 2014 spring season. They played the reigning New England Small School Lacrosse Champions, Dexter School (1-0). The Bulldogs were overmatched and lost the game 13-1. The Berwick goalie, junior Peter Shaw, played well recording 14 saves in his first start after transferring from Deerfield Academy. The lone Berwick goal was scored by senior Stephen Sherbahn unassisted. Berwick Academy (0-2) played their home opener on Saturday, April 5, against a strong Groton School (2-0) squad. The teams played evenly in the first quarter with Berwick’s senior Alex Katz scoring 2 goals. The Groton team came out fast in the second quarter and outscored the Bulldogs 6-1. Junior Lucas Michaud had a successful day winning 11 face-offs and scoring 1 goal and 1 assist. The second half saw Berwick score 3 goals in the fourth quarter to make a small come back, but came up short. The final score was 13-6. Junior Chan Ashburner, senior Zach Flinkstram, and senior Colin Gaynor all scored single tallies to round out the Berwick scoring. Berwick is back in action on Wednesday, April 9 as they travel to Plymouth, NH to take on Holderness School

Berwick Academy Girls’ Lacrosse SOUTH BERWICK -

On April 5, Berwick hosted the Winsor School from Boston and won 16-11. BA’s record became 2-0 and Winsor is 0-1. Leading point earners were Tilly Burzynski with 4 goals and 1 assist, Mel Mait with 4 goals, Tatiana Bradley with 3 goals, and Aimee Briand with 2 goals. Goalkeeper Kaitlyn Wurzer made six saves. The nex t game is at Hyde School on Friday, April 11. On April 6, Berwick Academy Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse beat Brewster in a nail-biting scrimmage, and then traveled up to Kent’s Hill, Maine, to face Kent’s Hill School. BA shut out their offense in the second half, with the halftime score at 12-6. They beat Kent’s Hill 20-6. BA’s record is now 2-1 and Kent’s Hill is 0-1. High scorers were Lyndsay Brattan with 3 goals, Tatiana Bradley with 3 goals and 1 assist, Natasia with 5 goals and 1 assist, and Shannon Farrell with 1 goals and 3 assists. Kaitlyn Wurzer made five saves.

Berwick Academy Girls’ Softball SOUTH BERWICK -

The Berwick Academy girls opened their softball season on Sunday, April 6, in Portsmouth, RI with an impressive 18-1 win over Portsmouth Abbey. Berwick is 1-0 on the season, while Abbey is 1-2.

Three Berwick pitchers (Freshman Layne Patry, Senior Suzanna Borg and Junior Taylor Lyman) held Por tsmouth Abbey to 1 run and 1 hit on the day. Offensively, nearly every member of the Berwick team contributed to a constant attack. Taylor Lyman hit 3 run home runs in the second inning. She scored 4 runs on the day and knocked in 4 others. Five Berwick hitters sophomore Christina Grassie, Taylor Lyman, senior Sammi Marden, sophomore Abby Moore, and freshman Grace Knowles, collected two hits on the day. Berwick is next in action on Wednesday, April 9, at Hebron in a non-league game.

NORTH BERWICK Noble Travel Soccer presents the Third Annual Noble Youth Soccer 5K Run/Walk to start at Noble High School, 388 Somersworth Rd, in North Berwick, on Saturday, April 19. Receive a free t-shirt if among the first 50 registrants! The pre-registration deadline is 4 pm on April 18. Registration is available online at www.running4free.com. Race day regis-

tration is available from 7:45 to 8:45 am. Start time is 9 am. The pre-registration entry fee is $20 for adults, $15 for youth (under 18). Race day fees are $25 adults, $20 youth. Noble Travel Soccer players cost $10. Prizes will be awarded, and all proceeds benefit the Noble Travel Soccer Club. For more information, visit Nobletravelsoccer.com or email registrar@nobletravelsoccer.com.

Jake Moody Named Athlete of the Month for January

Berwick Academy Girls’ Varsity Tennis SOUTH BERWICK -

The Berwick Academy girls team played Winsor School on April 5 at home, and lost 1-4. The one win was at #3 singles, senior Colby Wood beat Winsor 7-5, 6-3. Their next match is Wednesday, April 9, away at North Yarmouth Academy. Record to date is 1&1.

In the photo from left to right are John Kreie, Jake Moody, and Pamela Moody- Maxon. (Reg Bennett photo)

WELLS Wells High School selected Jake Moody as Athlete of Month for January 2014. This award is in recognition of Moody’s academic abilities, sportsmanship,

on and off the field, and athletic skills as displayed as point guard for the WHS Warriors Basketball Team in January. See MOODY page 37...

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waste removal

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~ Classifieds ~

antiques

real estate

WANTED TO BUY Antiques * Silver * Gold * Coins CHRIS LORD ANTIQUES

CONDO FOR SALE

One Item or Entire Estate. Cash paid for all antiques. Antique jewelry, coins, silver, gold, paintings, clocks, lamps, telephones, radios, phonographs, nautical items, weathervanes, dolls & toys, pottery, photography, military items, swords, advertising signs, fountain pens, bottles, tools, books & much much more! Buying antiques for over 20 years. Barn and Attic Clean-Out Also.

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EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND SUITES Prime Route One, Wells location. Offices with shared waiting area, kitchen and bath. Suites available at attractive terms. Newly remodeled building, handicap accessible. Ample, well-lit parking. Sign on incentives! Starting at $500/month, all inclusive!

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plumbing

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construction

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pool service

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~ Classifieds ~ plumbing & heating Plumbing &  Heating Service

$49/hour

Boilers, Furnaces, Monitors, Toyo 207-651-6876

accounting laura s. leBer, cpa Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: laura.leber.cpa@gmail.com B/a accOuntinG roberta (Bobbi) macrum, cpa Bookkeeping, payroll, tax prep Small business consulting bonded & insured money mgmt Call 207-850-1292 or email baaccting@gmail.com

autos wanted junk/used Vehicles & scrap metal wanted (207) 363-7492 / (207) 423-0068 Please leave message.

help wanted wait staff pOsitiOns Full time & Part time Merriland Farm Cafe, Wells Contact Stacy via email: merrilandfarm@maine.rr.com

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help wanted

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Family Restaurant Opening in May for 2014 Season

BREAKFAST COOK Hours: 6am - 1pm. Salary commensurate with experience.

help wanted Experienced Cleaner Looking for a part-time Experienced Cleaner to work on Saturdays to help clean / turn over 2 weekly rental properties. Must also be able to work with non-acid cleaners, bleach, and other cleaning chemicals. Must be VERY dependable, and available between 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM. We are booked solid from mid-May to late-September. References required.

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

MOBILE POWER WASH CO. FULL TIME; Saturdays, Sundays, and Weekdays. The typical candidate is youthful, mature, responsible, and energetic.

Mail resume to: Horizons Family Restaurant 35 Mile Road, Wells, Maine 04090 or call 207-646-4155

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HELP WANTED CaringWay provides Comprehensive Home Care Services. We are now recruiting skilled, caring, dependable individuals with common sense & honesty. If you would like to be considered for a position with an agency who prides themselves on being a cut above the rest, then please call for an application.

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Wait Staff

Residential Dining Part Time 24+ Hours Days 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Evenings 3:30 - 7 p.m. Includes Weekends Will train qualified applicants. Year round position. Mature candidates are encouraged to apply. Must have transportation and a good work ethic. Starting pay $9 per hour, no tips. Additional weekend differential. Health insurance.

Please apply in person: Sentry Hill Retirement Community 2 Victoria Court, York Harbor

Ability to drive a box truck with a clean driving record.

HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE

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

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OUTSIDE ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE

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

We’re looking for that unique individual who enjoys meeting people. Must be career-minded, have a professional appearance and good work ethics. Prior newspaper experience preferred. Call for an appointment or email resume to: Carol Brennan, Publisher (207) 646-8448 • email: publisher@TheWeeklySentinel.com

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~ Classifieds & Ask The Computer Lady ~

Dear Computer lady, I have just had my first and hopefully my last bout with “The Blue Screen of Death.” I have windows 8.1 on an HP desktop. The tech that got me back working again, feels that the AVG program I was running was responsible. I have been using AVG anti virus programs on three different computers for at least 5 years or so and haven’t had any problems. I would appreciate your take. He recommended Avira anti virus. Look forward to your weekly columns. Tom Dear Tom, It seems like, tech support people like to blame antivirus programs for a lot of computer issues, but most of the time, this is just not the case, no matter what anti-

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COMMUTER Gray, 77K, Auto, Keyless Entry, Cruise, PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #14108HA75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing.

LIKE NEW

White, 30K, Auto, Leather, HTD Seats, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C #14075HA 75 months withStk. $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing.

36 month lease, 12K miles per year with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing.

Red, 29K, Auto, Alloys, Keyless Entry, Cruise, PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #14118HA 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing.

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THIS IS NOT LEASE! YOU OWN IT! 2007 HYUNDAI SANTA FE ASE SMOOTH

ONE OWNER

Black, 65K, Auto, Cruise, Keyless Entry, PW, PL, A/C, S CD 2009 NISSAN SENTRA Stk. #14139HA Black, 65K, Auto,

Silver, 97K, Auto, Leather, HTD Seats, RoofFE RailsSE 2007 HYUNDAI Sunroof, SANTA Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at: Stk. #14122HA Silver, 97K, Auto,

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$

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THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

SPORTY

Black, 100K, Manual, Keyless Entry, A/C, PW, PL, AM/FM/CD 2009 SCION TCStk. #H882A

ONE OWNER White, 26K, Auto, Cruise, Keyless Entry, PW,Bumper-to-Bumper PL, A/C, CD 5-Year/60,000-Mile Coverage 2011 TOYOTA COROLLA LE ONE OWNER 5-Year/Unlimited Miles 24-hr. Assistance Stk. #14009HA White, 26K, Auto,Roadside

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$

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$

2011 KIA SORENTO EX Stk. #14139HA

PW, PL, A/C, CD

Gray, 47K, Auto, 2011 KIA SORENTO EX Alloys, RoofAuto, Rails, Gray, 47K, Alloys, Roof AWD, PW, PL,Rails, A/C AWD, PW, PL, A/C Stk. #H929 #H929 Stk.

$ $

2008 TOYOTA CAMRY LE

GOOD COMMUTER

Gray, 77K, Auto, 2008 TOYOTA CAMRY LE Keyless Entry, Cruise, Gray, 77K, Auto, Keyless PW, PL, Entry, A/C, CDCruise, PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #14108HA #14108HA Stk.

7 PASS.

20,321 20,321

$$

GOOD COMMUTER

11,394 11,394

2011 CHEVY CRUZE LTZ

White, 30K, Auto, 2011 CHEVY CRUZE LTZ Leather,30K, HTDAuto, Seats, White, Leather, HTD Alloys, PW, PL,Seats, A/C Alloys, PW, PL, A/C Stk. #14075HA #14075HA Stk.

$$

LIKE NEW

15,908 15,908

Somersworth Somersworth Hyundai Hyundai

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

A PRIL APRIL

SomersworthHyundai.com 370 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5220 Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

2012 NISSAN JUKE Stk. #14009HA

Red, 29K, Auto, Alloys, 2012 NISSAN JUKE Keyless Entry, Cruise, Red, 29K, Auto, Alloys, Keyless Entry, Cruise, PW, PL, A/C, CD PW, PL, A/C, CD Stk. #14118HA #14118HA Stk.

$

14,862 AWD

$$

AWD

17,453 17,453

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

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

SomersworthHyundai.com

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$ $

$

2013 NISSAN XTERRA S 4X4 THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! FLAWLESS

75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

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$

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THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT! SMOOTH

Silver, 37K, Auto, RIDE Dual Climate, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, CD, Stk. #P9631 75 months with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

2012 KIA SOUL + 2013 NISSAN JUKE SV AWD 2012 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LTD AWD Somersworth Nissan 21,160 20,876 22,862

24 month lease with $999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

2012 HYUNDAI SONATA HYBRID OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

24 month lease with $1,999 cash or trade due @ signing. $600 college grad included.

ONLY 247 MILES!

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

HYBRID

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THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

THIS IS NOT A LEASE! YOU OWN IT!

LIKE NEW

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21,160 FLAWLESS

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RUGGED

Stk. #N14377A 2004 NISSAN FRONTIER K/C XE 4X4

Pewter,K/C 123K,XE Auto, 2004 NISSAN FRONTIER 4X4 Alloys, PL,Auto, Pewter,PW, 123K, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, AM/FM/CD A/C, AM/FM/CD Stk. #N14267A #N14267A Stk.

22,862 RUNS GREAT RUNS GREAT

Silver, 37K, Auto, 2011 NISSAN PATHFINDER SV 4X4 Dual Climate, Alloys, Silver, 37K, Auto, Dual Climate, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C, CD, $ PW, PL, A/C, CD, Stk. Stk. #P9631 #P9631

23,115 9,775 21,712 23,115 9,775 21,712 Somersworth Nissan OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Somersworth Nissan Leather, Alloys, Black, 44K, Auto, Leather, Alloys, PW, PL, A/C PW, PL, A/C Stk. #P9635WR #P9635WR Stk.

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK MON-THURS TIL 8PM FRI-SAT TIL 6PM MON-THURS TIL 8PM SUNDAYS TIL 5PM

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285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5200 SomersworthNissan.com 285 Rte. 108, Somersworth, NH • 603-692-5200 Visit us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:

All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices af ter all applicable rebates.

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

SomersworthNissan.com

All prices and payments based on in-stock units. All prices exclude tax, title, destination and marketing assessment. Prices after all applicable rebates.

$

SPACIOUS

14,968 SPACIOUS

14,968 SMOOTH RIDE

SMOOTH RIDE

22,747 22,747


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40 The Weekly Sentinel

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®

REALTY ONE

Owned Independently

YORK - OGUNQUIT - SACO

439 US Rte One, York, ME 03909 207.363.2497 84 School St (intersection of Rt 1) Ogunquit, ME 03907 207.646.4546

www.yorkmaine.com

RE/MAX Realty One is OPENING UP THEIR HOUSES SATURDAY 4/12 • 12-2

SATURDAY 4/12 • 11-1

54 Highland Ave, Ogunquit

488 Main St #1 Sea Rose, Ogunquit

SATURDAY 4/12 • 11-1

97-99 River Rd, Cape Neddick

MLS#1122381 • Walk to town from this charming home in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods, w/ in-law suite, lg. deck, and all the comforts one could wish for. $495,000

MLS#1115982 • Beautifully redone cottage is a few minutes’ walk to downtown and gorgeous Ogunquit Beach. Cathedral ceilings and 2 full baths! $219,000

MLS#1112780 • Absolutely beautiful! You won’t want to leave! Water views and chef’s dream kitchen. $579,000

Dir: From Ogunquit center turn on Berwick, right on Dana, left on Highland, house on left.

Dir: From Ogunquit center north on Route 1. Sea Rose Condos 1/2 a mile on the right side.

Dir: Route 1 North, right on River Road, house on right.

SATURDAY 4/12 • 12-2

SATURDAY 4/12 • 12-2

Host: Rick Barber 207-337-3530

SATURDAY 4/12 • 12-2

9 Fox Lane, Ogunquit

Host: Darrel Griffin 207-229-8634

18 Moody Lane, York Beach

Host: Anne Driscoll 207-337-2362

MLS#1093250 • Quintessential cozy cottage within sight & sound of Long Sands Beach. 2+ BRs, nicely landscaped lot at the end of a private road. A year round retreat. $252,000

MLS#1116483 • Own a slice of history. Charming cottage on secluded knoll, served as the Museum of Art’s caretaker’s cottage. Fantastic light, large private lot. $470,000

Dir: From Ogunquit center take Berwick, right on Dana, left on Highland, right on Fox.

Dir: Ridge Rd to Webber to Garrison Ave to Moody Ln. House on left.

Dir: Rt 1N from Ogt Ctr to 2nd left on Glen. 1st left on Windward to right on Youngs Crossing North. 1st on right.

SATURDAY 4/12 • 1-3

SATURDAY 4/12 • 11-1

SATURDAY 4/12 • 12-2

Host: Bill Conda 207-450-5030

BAYBERRY RIDGE - 55+ COMMUNITY 1/2 MILE TO BEACH SIMPLIFY YOUR LIFE in this exceptional 2-3 BR, 2 BA in desirable Bayberry Ridge! 1st floor master, hardwood, fireplace, efficient radiant heat. Bright kitchen with island, loft overlooks LR. Finished family room, heated garage, and patio. Offered at $ 374,500

YORK

50 Windward Way, Ogunquit

MLS#1122407 • Newly refreshed cottage just a short stroll to beach or village. Relax after a day of sun on the enclosed porch or by the FP. Room for guests, fully furnished! $499,000

Host: Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948

YORK

Host: Robert Coles 207-604-0577

RECENTLY REDUCED – OUTSTANDING VALUE Renovated and move-in ready 3 BR, 2.5 BA with open concept living. Modern kitchen and baths, spacious deck, 1-car garage, walk-out family room, office/flex room, wood fireplace, hardwood & tile floors. Offered at $ 309,900

NORTH BERWICK

12 Peter Weare Rd, Cape Neddick

42 Main Street, York Beach

45 Youngs Crossing, Ogunquit

MLS#1116615 • Enjoy a short bike ride to Cape Neddick Beach or Mt A. Spacious home with sun-drenched LR and DR. New Buderus furnace, huge deck and private yard. $247,500

MLS#1121928 • 2 Very rentable buildings on one lot. Great opportunity for owner-occupied investor. Sidewalks all the way to Short Sands. $450,000

MLS#1116605 • Windward‘s casual elegance exceeds all expectations. Bright & spacious areas to entertain family & friends, fireplace & many cozy nooks. Perfection! $650,000

Dir: Route 1 to Logging, right on Peter Weare, last house on left. Look for sign.

Dir: 2/10 Mile from Short Sands Beach heading North on Main, after Police Station on left.

Dir: Rt1N from Ogt Ctr to 2nd left on Glen. 1st left on Windward to right on Youngs Crossing North. 2nd on left.

SAT 4/12 & SUN 4/13 • 1-3

FRIDAY 4/11 • 11-1

SATURDAY 4/12 • 1-3

Host: Nola Cady 207-337-3534

Host: Josh Lagasse 207-251-3701

Host: Robert Coles 207-604-0577

DESIRABLE END UNIT IN PHEASANT HILL COMMUNITY One floor open concept 2 BR, 2 BA with cathedral ceiling, fireplace, deck, walk-out bsmnt, 1-car garage and chairlift. Low fee includes water/sewer and plowing personal driveway! Enjoy kayaking on Great Works River. Offered at $ 129,700

CAPE NEDDICK

61 Glen Ave #2, Ogunquit

3 Hawthorne Lane, York

10 Beach Plum Ln, Ogunquit

MLS#1124999 • Just steps from beaches and village. Spacious open concept w/ FP, all HW floors, screened porch, stainless appl., 3 BRs w/ extra BR in lower level. $549,000

MLS#1116874 • Compact Cape in private association. Perfect alternative to condo living with 1300 SF and first floor BR. Close to Village, club, hospital, shops and beach. $339,000

MLS#1113374 • Waterfront. Swim or kayak from backyard or cross the footbridge to beach. Spectacular views. 3 BRs, 1 BAs w/ a 1 BR, 1 BA guest suite. A rare opportunity. $995,000

Dir: From Route 1 North, left at Glenn Ave, behind Bintliff’s. Sign on property.

Dir: RT 1A, right on Organug Rd, right on Organug Lane, right on Hawthorne, house on right.

Dir: Rt 1 to Ocean St, then turn right on Beach Plum Lane, house is on left.

SATURDAY 4/12 • 2-4

SATURDAY 4/12 • 11-1

BUILD, BUILD, BUILD...

Host: George Wilson 207-251-2941

Host: Nancy Raynes 207-233-1693

Host: Bob Davis 207-251-2819

YORK 2.2 Acres for $265,000 Diane Wyman 207-752-3236 YORK 3.4 Acres for $114,900 Jimmy Hager 207-361-7169

249 Shore Rd #3, Ogunquit

51 Riversedge Dr, Cape Neddick

MLS#1113204 • This end unit townhouse is now available and move-in ready! Just a short stroll to everything this charming village has to offer. Spacious interiors! $339,000

MLS#1124078 • Design and layout for all in mind! Stop by and take a tour. Beautifully maintained contemporary home 1 mile from beaches. $535,000

Dir: From Ogunquit center take Shore Road. Colony Terrace Condominiums are on the left.

Dir: North on Route 1, right on Clark, right on Cape Neddick, 2 blocks to Riversedge.

Host: Josh Lagasse 207-251-3701

Host: Debby Whitney 207-337-2334

NORTH BERWICK ½ Acre for $69,900 Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948 WELLS 2.7 Acres for $125,000 & 4 Acres for $130,000 Bob Maneely 207-337-2708 S. BERWICK 15 Acres $139,900 & 23 Acres $89,000 Bob Maneely 207-337-2708

PUT THE APP FOR REMAX.COM ON YOUR SMARTPHONE OR TABLET! www.joinremax.com

COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY W/ROUTE 1 EXPOSURE Have you dreamed of owning your own business while living above on the second floor? This fabulous rustic barn is perfect for you! Zoned for residential/business or home occupancy. To be finished to your lifestyle and taste! A MUST SEE! Offered at $339,000

Louise Ducharme 207-252-3270

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