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Volume 10 • issue No. 18
Morrissette and Grahamtastic Put VGo Robots in Classrooms
By Joyce Amend Staff Writer YORK COUNTY Children who are seriously ill are often isolated from friends and are unable to attend school. Fortunately, technology is now able to serve as a crucial link that can connect these children with the outside world. The Grahamtastic Connection, founded by Leslie Morrissette of Springvale, Maine, began in honor of her son Graham, who sadly lost his battle to cancer in 1997 at age 8. As a result, Leslie became keenly aware of a great need for children and families to access the internet as a learning tool. It was this need that inspired her to create a program that provides free laptop computers and tablets
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to seriously ill children for educational purposes. The program has grown, providing computers to more than 150 recipients a year, with the tools and support needed to connect children with teachers, friends and medical staff. Grahamtastic has donated 800 computers to help toward their mission of educating children with medical needs. Recently Grahamtastic has engaged the use of a new robotic device throughout Maine and the region called the VGo. The first VGo robot owned by Gra-
hamtastic, was generously donated by Ira Rosenberg, owner of Prime Motor Group in Saco. VGo is 100% remote controlled, enabling a child who is medically unable to attend school, to replicate himself in a distant location. The VGo gives the child the ability to move around a school as if they were actually, physically there. “Tutors in the home can cost school districts tens of thousands of dollars, and often those costs are unanSee ROBOTS page 4...
Fogwell Gears Up for Diabetes Cure By Joyce Amend Staff Writer KeNNeBUNK On June 8, Brandon Fogwell will ride his bike once again to participate in the Tour de Cure for diabetes. He has been cycling in this event for the past
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12 years. Last year he raised over $25,000 and was named the top fundraiser for the Kennebunk Tour. This year, he expects to raise another $25,000, and already has donations totaling $20,113.43! “The funds I raise will be used in the fight to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. It’s a way I can contribute to the community. It’s something I know I can do and hope that someday it will be cured.” The event will start at
Wells Reserve at Laudholm, 343 Laudholm Farm Road, Wells. Fogwell is motivated to ride this race for very personal reasons. His grandfather passed away from diabetes and his uncle and niece are currently battling the disease. He sets his fund-raising goals high, so one day there will be a cure for diabetes, and his uncle and niece will be free of this disease. “Right now, every day they struggle See FOGWELL page 10...
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Dr. (Rte 236), Eliot, (five minutes from Portsmouth). The Altrusa Club of the Seacoast is part of the International Altrusa Club - a non-profit service organization celebrating 74 years of dedicated community service. The mission of the local Altrusa Club is to provide help and support in the surrounding communities through a combination of hands-on projects and fundraising efforts for a variety of causes - including the Birchtree Center for Autistic See TASTE page 30...
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trying to do these days”, Rosenberg said. Two additional robots have been anonymously donated to Grahamtastic. The robot is equipped with a computer screen, web camera and speakers, giving the child a physical presence in the classroom. “Teachers are mesmerized by the VGo, but the children, having been raised with technology, act natural around it,” Morrissette said. It is the creation of the VGo Communications company in Nashua, NH, which was founded in 2007 and “develops robotic tele-presence solutions for health care, education and the workplace,” according to its website. A VGo costs about $6,000, with a yearly subscription fee of $1200. The robot, allows a child to remotely hear, talk and interact with teachers and other classmates, and has the capability to travel through school from class to class, continue friendships with hallway
helping to educate children have been satisfying and rewarding. Recently, a child had extensive surgery and maintained use of the robot for a month. Another child, a victim of cancer, kept it for as long as was needed. Currently there are 40 VGo robots in use throughout the country, but Grahamtastic, is the only non-profit that is currently using them. Morissette is now taking inquiries from school districts throughout southern Maine in order to put the Grahamtastic Connection’s VGo technology to the best possible use. A child must be out of school for at least 10 consecutive days, or more, in order to be eligible to use the VGo. Any school in Maine interested in seeing a demonstration, or if anyone knows of a medically ill child that would benefit from using a VGo, please contacts Leslie Morrisette at leslie@ grahamtastic.org.
and lunchroom conversations and join in extracurricular activities. It will hold a charge for 6 to 8 hours, and at the end of the day, it remains at a docking station to be re-charged for the next day. Another great feature of the VGo is that a child who is unable to speak for any number of reasons, can type statements, questions and/or thoughts into a keyboard that will allow the robot to speak in a ‘robotic voice’ to convey the child’s words. Before a child can be qualified as a recipient of a VGo, there is communication between the child, school and medical staff to determine eligibility. Morrissette personally delivers and installs the VGo, and instructs school staff on its use. It is kept at a school for as long as it is needed by the child. “Working with sick children is a specialty”, she said, allowing that her years of experience
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and a silent auction featuring the shop’s one of a kind items. Martin who lives in Wells, alternatively converses with me and rings up purchases at the register ($1.50 for a vintage tie, $10 for a towering stack of books, and $4 for a like new shirt) exudes enthusiasm for the shop, which he began managing in July. “We have always have a steady stream of customers,”
a.m., welcoming customers with a hearty good morning. I came to speak with Martin about the store’s new expansion to the second floor, which will add 1,400 square fee of shopping to the existing racks and shelves brimming with bargains. A grand reopening celebration for the shop with the expanded new space is set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 2, 3 and 4. The weekend will include a raffle
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...YCSA from page 6 he tells, me pointing out that many are regulars, such as Ruth Wilkinson from Ogunquit, who stops in about three times a week, while others are word of mouth referrals or travelers, who see the sign. “Not everyone realizes what we do, here,” Martin says, explaining that the thrift store, stocked entirely by donations from the community, and staffed largely by volunteers, funds program for York residents, which include a food pantry, direct financial aid, and social service case management. “Last year we provided $120,000 in assistance,” Martin reveals, adding that it all came from thrift store sales. Martin, who has a degree in art and previously worked in a gallery, brings a certain aesthetic to the store, with carefully coordinated displays, and his easy rapport with shoppers. Traditional retailers could also benefit from adopting his choice of background music, running the gamut from arias and jazz to Broadway show tunes. He tells me that he views the shop, as a community center, with many segments of the community participating in different ways. Illustrating his point he mentions York High School students who volunteer regularly, and painted a tree on the wall of the new second floor space, using their own handprints to depict the tree’s leaves. “That tree symbolizes our growth,” he says proudly, speaking about some of the students who began volunteering through the school’s Interact Program but continued to contribute on their own time. Martin points out that people do what they can. “Without the fabulous donations we couldn’t survive,” he says, observing that many people go in one door to drop off their items, and out the other with new purchases. He says he is happy to see community involvement in any capacity. He asks folks interested in volunteering to make a com-
mitment to one day a week or one day a month. “ It all helps,” he says, noting that the upstairs space will require more work to process the different “ departments,” which will include holiday shelves stocked with seasonal items, a children’s book nook, complete with a reading corner, and vintage and formal wear racks, with eye-popping bling. During the new second floor tour, I also spied a few walkers, crutches and hospital gear stacked almost out of sight. The items are part of YCSA’s medical equipment loan program – just another aspect of YCSA’s community services. Curious to learn more about YCSA’s mission I later spoke with Michelle Surdoval, YCSA’s executive director, who assumed her post last June. Surdoval, who formerly lived in Scarborough, was moving to Cape Neddick the day we spoke, but generous with her time to talk about “people helping people” the hallmark of YCSA. Surdoval was the driving force to expand the thrift store space to create more revenue for YCSA’s programs, which now include short-term case management for York residents in transition. Surdoval says YCSA helped about 150 families in the town of
York last year. Assistance often includes direct financial contribution to assist with expenses such as heating fuel, dental bills, rent, and car repairs. Surdoval observes that in an affluent community like York people in need often feel “invisible”, and sometimes want to stay invisible, because they don’t want to ask for help. She echoes Martin’s sentiments that those in need could be your neighbors next door. YCSA’s client list includes single parents, people who suddenly find themselves on a fixed income unable to meet previous expenses, the unemployed and some felled by an unexpected injury or illness. York Community Services Food Pantry supplements food stamp assistance, and YCSA’s short-term case management can intervene at life’s crossroads and help people make decisions leading to a more sustainable lifestyle. Surdoval says people have a “time in life” when they need a hand up, though they often don’t want to ask when they’re feeling desperate. She says YCSA strives to just “make people feel comfortable when they’re in a difficult place.” Surdoval says she hopes to continue to expand programs and services to make YCSA a “feel good organization” that is a “win-win for the community.”
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No. Berwick Farmers Market Opens Lebanon elementary Opens Kindergarten Registration NORTH BeRWiCK The farmers and artisans of the North Berwick Farmers Market are proud to announce the opening of their sixth season on Friday, May 2 in the North Berwick Town Hall parking lot. You will be greeted with a springy assortment of vegetable plants, smoothies, annuals, herbal products, cupcakes, perennials, candles, naturally sweetened jams, soups, poultry, lollipops, eggs, breads, soaps, baked
goods, honey, and early greens. In addition, the market will host events throughout the season this year: The first event offers free flowers for mothers on May 9 in honor of Mother’s Day. North Berwick Farmers Market welcomes SNAP recipients and will double the value of SNAP dollars up to $20. The North Berwick Farmers Market is a volunteer based collection of farmers and artisans who strive to bring fresh, healthy,
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LeBANON Kindergarten registration for children entering in September 2014 will be held on Wednesday, May 7 and Friday, May 9 at the Hanson Elementary School. Kindergarten screening dates are June 13, 16, 17, 18. Please call 207-457-1299 Ext. 1 to schedule. affordable, and locally grown and crafted food directly to their community. The market will be open, rain or shine, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. every Friday May through October. To learn more, visit www. northberwickfarmersmarket.org or find them on Facebook.
You may also stop by the school office 9 a.m. through 2 p.m. at any point until then to pick up the pre-registration packet. All children registering for kindergarten must bring the following information to registration. No child will be able to start school without all required documentation: Proof of residency (ex. utility bill, tax bill, rent receipt, PO boxes are not acceptable); Birth certificate; and Immunization record. Children must reside in Lebanon with their legal guardian. District policy prohibits children staying with non-custodial relatives to attend school in the
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~ Library News ~ Artist Deirdre O’Brien Featured at the Library KeNNeBUNK During the month of May, the works of artist Deirdre O’Brien will be on display in the Speers Gallery located in Hank’s Room at the Kennebunk Free Library. Her exhibit “Imaginings” is a collection of illustrations done in watercolor, markers, ink, pencil and acrylic. O’Brien draws inspiration from a multitude of sources. “As an art student, I am still exploring my style and artistic boundaries. Ever since I was a small child, I have been writing and illustrating my own stories, an interest that has only grown over time. I am currently studying illustration
and animation. My art is strongly character-driven and among other things, I am inspired by books and music, history, mythology, folk tales, the human body, architecture, clothes, cultures from around the world, and even by the tea I drink as I work. I am interested in working as an illustrator, a graphic novelist, and/ or a concept artist.” Deirdre has studied art at Kennebunk High School, York County Community College, Rivertree Arts, Sanctuary Arts, in addition to other areas of study. An artist’s reception will be held on Monday, May 5 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., and is open to
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A free computer class for beginners will be offered from 3-5 p.m. on three consecutive Tuesdays, May 6, 13 and 20. Join one or all classes. Learners will create a variety of Microsoft Word documents and become familiar with basic computer functions. Two laptops will be available for use, so participants are encouraged to bring their own.
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Thursday, May 8, at 6:30 p.m. Narrated by Maine author, and former Allagash Supervisor, Tim Caverly. This multi-media presentation includes music, scenic and historic photographs as well as stories detailing experiences while living along the Nation’s Wild and Scenic River, and is suitable for all ages.
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Thursday, May 8, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Do you love to build with Legos? Come to the library Legos group where you can create and share your Lego structures, Kindergarten to Middle School children.
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WeLLS A reception for artist John W. Knight will be held on Tuesday, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Wells Public Library. Sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. Refreshments will be provided. Artwork will remain on display for the month of May. Knight was raised in Cape Neddick, where he was first introduced to the beauty of the great outdoors. Since his father is a lobsterman, Knight grew a great love and respect for the ocean. His passion for art and science, combined at the Univ. of Maine, where he majored in biology and studio art. Knight still lives in Cape
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~ News ~ The Kittery Grange & Foreside Story Project: Public Forum 2 KiTTeRY – On Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m., The Dance Hall will host the second Public Forum of The Kittery Grange & Foreside Story Project, a project to preserve the history and stories of the Kittery
Grange Hall and The Foreside neighborhood of the last century. Kim Sanborn, president of the trustees of the Kittery Historical and Naval Museum will do a presentation on the Foreside’s working waterfront. A short
film, Voices of the Grange - an examination of the agrarian beginnings of the Grange in 1867 and how it took root in Maine, will also be shown. Bring your photos! Free and open to the public. The Dance Hall is located at 7 Walker St. in Kittery. For more information, call 207-7032083.
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and Fords from the early 1950s. Between 200 to 300 antique cars are exhibited each year. Additionally, there will be food, music, and a raffle. The car show traditionally draws thousands of people from all over New England. This event is rain or shine, and will get under way at 8 a.m. (courtesy photo)
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KeNNeBUNK The Hive will hold a “Spring Thaw” poetry event on May 7 at 7 p.m. featuring Portland’s acclaimed Colin Sargent. Colin Sargent, Ph.D is a novelist, playwright, and author of three books of poetry: Luftwaffe Snowshoes, Blush, and Undertow. A graduate of the United States Naval Academy, he has been awarded the Maine individual artist fellowship in poetry, a Stonecoast MFA in creative writing, and a Ph.D in creative writing from Lancaster University in the UK. His screenplay Montebello Ice is under option at Gideon Films.
The Portland, Maine resident is founding editor and publisher of award-winning Portland Magazine as well as a board member of the literacy organization Maine Reads. Museum of Human Beings is his first novel. During the “Spring Thaw” event you will also hear the works of Charles Eastland, Pete Lee, Jeri Theriault, and Linda Aldrich. Poetry events are free and open to the public. The Hive is located at 84 Main Street in Kennebunk. For more information, visit www.thehivekennebunk.com or call 207-9850006.
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Health & Fitness Air Quality Resources Available Through Maine DEP AUGUSTA Maine’s air is clean and meets all of the federal air quality standards. With National Air Quality Awareness Week this past week, April 28 through May 2, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection is reminding Mainers of the free resources it offers for citizen tracking of the State’s air quality. Most of Maine’s air quality concerns are a result of polluted air being transported into the state. In recent years, air quality in the State is the best it has been in decades, with only five days in 2013 when air quality was considered unhealthy for sensitive
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to pollution should reduce their exposure and exertion. At the “unhealthy for sensitive groups” range (orange), even healthy individuals who are exercising or working strenuously can be negatively affected and should reduce their exposure in certain locations and during certain times of day. People who are affected by poor air quality including asthmatics and those with heart conditions as well as sports coaches, elder care workers and nurses who are responsible for the welfare of people impacted by poor air quality are also urged to sign up for EnviroFlash www.enviroflash.info an automated, zip code based electronic alert system that warns when air quality is likely to be poor locally through text messages and email. Daily air quality forecasts are available on the department’s website at www.maine. gov/dep/air and via a toll-free hotline at 1-800-223-1196. Forecasts can also be accessed each day on DEP’s four air quality Twitter accounts,
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ligament injury. If you are unable to access the full range of motion in the kinetic chain, you cannot take advantage of the proper mechanics that allow you to train at your peak,” says Dr. Kenneth Bryan, a certified posture exercise professional and personal trainer who works with body building athletes to unlock their full potential through focused posture exercise training. Certainly, a balanced posture exudes confidence and excellent physical form, two ele-
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ments upon which an overall score is calculated. But the benefit of a strong posture begins in training, both for injury prevention and achieving balance in muscle development. From her own experience, Dr. Krista Burns, a chiropractor living and practicing in Italy, attributes her enjoyment and success in body building to a regimen of preventative chiropractic care and posture training. “Without a strong foundation in proper posture, I would not be able to perform. It helps me to train safely before the competition and ensure that I am building muscle evenly.” In addition to preventing injury and improving training capacity, posture plays a critical role in stage presentation. With good posture, you appear taller, leaner, and can move more gracefully. Tyler Tsujimoto, NASMCPT, CPEP, a personal trainer to several body sculptors on local, regional, and national levels, agrees that posture exercise protocols are crucial to training safely and effectively. “I am a huge fan of alignment exercises like the pelvic tuck and have implemented it with body building clients in multiple ways. You build a much stronger core foundation with targeted posture exercise, and the stronger your foundation, the more receptive your muscles are in your extremities. This makes muscles easier to sculpt and train them how you want them to appear.” Tsujimoto also stresses how crucial posture is to posing on stage. “Competitors hire coaches specifically for posing. You need to learn and understand your body well enough to be able to show off your definition to the judges. Posing coaches consistently comment on the results of our posture training regimen. Not only does it help clients to work out properly and build muscle symmetrically, but it also helps tremendously with presentation. Judges can spot weak posture on stage, even if you have muscles on top of muscles. It’s very noticeable.” While body builders succeed through the supervision and training of nutritionists, personal trainers, and posing coaches, focused training on posture exercise to prevent injury and enhance performance is just now beginning to gain momentum in the sport. “I expect to see the posture niche See BODY page 19...
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Health & Fitness ...BODY from page 18 to grow exponentially,” says Dr. Steven Weiniger, author of Stand Taller Live Longer. A vocal proponent of the importance of routine posture assessment of athletes, Weiniger asserts that by strengthening balance, alignment, and motion, one can utilize his body with increased range of motion, fluidity of movement, and, therefore, perform with greater efficiency and reduced risk of injury. Dr. Burns, who obtained specialized training as a posture exercise professional, has been competing in the bikini category for two years, working closely with her posing coach to improve her “bellezza,” or overall appearance on stage. “Posture is a huge factor in your ability to perform. At times you have to hold poses for several minutes. It requires a great amount of muscular endurance, which comes from being able to balance and align your body properly.” “When a competitor is locked up and can’t maintain an appropriate posture, he accentuates these differences when
he poses – or fails to maintain a pose,” says Dr. Bryan. “Furthermore, judges look for dynamic movement patterns with contraction. The more flexibility you have under these contractive positions, the better the judges will react. You can’t get any more basic than that – posture is the gateway to the physical realm.” Tsujimoto hopes that posture will become a greater focus with trainers and coaches. “Posture greatly impacts everything about this sport,” he says. “When your body moves more efficiently with less wasted effort, everything becomes more enjoyable. The amount of time and effort that you need to do your lifting and cardio becomes less burdensome because you move with less pain. Self confidence is enhanced with a stronger posture in everyday life, but it really comes out on stage. There is a lightness to the individuals that have strong posture – they have more fun, they move and flow from one pose into another more effortlessly. Functionally, posture strengthening exercises are beneficial to training and endurance. Aesthetically, with proper posture and greater control of your body’s
movement, you’ll get much better scores.” Rebecca Coates is Senior Editor for BodyZone.com, a free international online resource for
posture and health information. Contributors: Dr. Kenneth Bryan practices in Cuiabá, Brazil. Dr. Krista Burns practices in Parma, Italy. Dr. Steven Weiniger prac-
tices in Atlanta, GA. Mr. Tyler Tsujimoto practices in Midvale, UT. Professional contributors may be reached through PosturePractice.com.
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only used to help pay qualified higher education expenses. (529 plan distributions not used for qualified expenses may be subject to federal and state income tax and a 10% IRS penalty.) Furthermore, your 529 plan contributions may be deductible from your state taxes. Avoid excessive buying and selling. If you are constantly buying and selling investments, you may find it “taxing,” because short-term gains (gains on assets owned for less than one year) will be taxed at your ordinary income tax rate, which could be as high as 39.6% (and you may also be subject to a 3.8% Medicare surtax). However, if you hold your investments longer than a year before selling them, you’ll
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survey Reveals Gender Gap among Teens Planning To attend college Junior Achievement USA® (JA) and The Allstate Foundation’s 2014 Teens & Personal Finance Survey reveals a gender gap among teenagers’ views and habits on budgeting, college plans and future earning power. Junior Achievement USA has conducted the Teens & Personal Finance Survey for the last 15 years, partnering with The Allstate Foundation since
2005. The survey found that 91 percent of teen girls, ages 13-18, plan to attend college after they graduate from high school, compared with 86 percent of teen boys. “It is important for young women and men to understand their options—and the financial implications—for continuing their education,” said Steve Mortimer, JA Maine President. “As an organization that strives to empower all young people to own their economic success, JA will continue to help position students for success whether that means attending college, vocational school or another educational path.” Of teens planning to attend college, girls may be giving more thought to how they financially will achieve their goals. Seventy-nine percent of teen girls (ages 13-18) plan to seek scholarships/ grants to pay for college, compared to 66 percent of boys 1318. Nationally, 66 percent of teen girls say the rising costs of college have changed their decisions about their future col-
lege plans (versus 57 percent of teen boys), and 40 percent of teen girls say they are considering staying in-state to save money on tuition costs (versus 30 percent of teen boys). “The Allstate Foundation partners with Junior Achievement to uncover new trends and identify solutions to the financial issues of the day for young people,” said Don Civgin, President and CEO of Allstate Financial. “The next generation has tremendous potential and we want to make sure that potential is realized. The Allstate Foundation is committed to making the next generations’ dreams and financial goals a reality.” Since 2005, Junior Achievement and The Allstate Foundation have partnered to provide students with valuable information about personal finance in the classroom and help them apply it in their lives. The JA Economics for Success® program, created in partnership See TEENS page 22...
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How to engineer Your financial future in 2014 Financial resolutions can be the most difficult to keep. They can include minute detail, number crunching, plenty of files and discipline that can affect a personâ€™s entire lifestyle, says veteran investment advisor Paul Taylor, a member of the National Ethics Bureau. â€œMany folks simply are not predisposed to combing through the details of their financial situation; for them, the financial world is abstract and filled with arbitrary rules, constantly changing interest rates and other complexities, but being more involved in your own money is well worth the investment,â€? says Taylor, an architect-turnedfounder and owner of Capital Advisory Group & Tax Planners of Lake Norman and Capital Investment Advisors, Inc (www. capitaladvgroup.com). â€œWhile professional help is recommended for many aspects of a personâ€™s financial affairs, itâ€™s ultimately up to the individual to understand his or her own money.â€? There are many things the average person can do to take control of their financial life. Taylor offers the following suggestions: For your cash flow, keep in mind the four Aâ€™s: Accounting, Analysis, Allocation and Adjustment. The four Aâ€™s describe a systematic and disciplined approach to your daily, weekly, monthly and yearly spending habits. Accounting involves gathering all your relevant financial information â€“ income, recurring bills, and other expenditures â€“ creating a central list of each item, and pulling it together
in a place where itâ€™s easily accessible. Analysis is reviewing the information to determine whether you have a shortfall or surplus, and finding places to reduce expenses. Saving $100 a month on dining out, for instance, would allow you to apply $100 to your mortgage loan principle, saving you a substantial amount in interest payments. Allocation involves determining your financial commitments and priorities, needs versus wants, and distributing your income accordingly. Adjustment involves periodic reviews of your financial information and shifting assets to meet changing needs. Utilize estate planning tools such as wills and trusts; make sure the details are accurate. Wills and trusts allow you to spell out how you would like your property to be distributed, and much more. A will gives you the opportunity to nominate your executor and guardians for your minor children. If you fail to make such designations through your will, the decisions will probably be left to the courts. Bear in mind that property distributed through your will is subject to probate, which can be a time-consuming and costly process. Trusts, which are more complex, let you customize the distribution of your estate with the added advantages of property management and probate avoidance. Start planning your retirement sooner rather than later. There are a variety of retirement planning options that can meet your needs. Your employer funds some; you fund some. Bear in mind that, in most cases, early withdrawals before age 59Â˝ may be subject to a 10 percent federal income tax penalty. The latest date
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Chinese Menu APPETIZERS
C1. Crab Rangoons (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.25 C2. Egg Rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.75 C3. Spring Rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00 C4. Vegetable Spring Rolls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.00 C5. Scallion Pancake. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.95 C6. Pan-Fried or Steamed Dumplings (6) . 7.95 C7. Edamame Steamed salted soy bean pods . . . . .5 .95 C7A.Chicken Karoage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.95 Japanese deep fried crispy chicken served with spicy mayo.
C8. Fried Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C9. Pork Strips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C10. Boneless Spareribs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C11. Barbecued Spareribs (on the bone) . . . . . 10.50 C12. Teriyaki Beef or Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C12A. Teriyaki Mixed Chicken and Beef. . 10.95 Cl3. Fried Chicken Fingers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.75 C14. Fried Chicken Wings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.95 C15. Fried Wontons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.95 C16. Pu Pu Platter Egg roll, boneless spareribs, chicken
ﬁngers, teriyaki beef, fried shrimp, fried wantons, crab rangoons, and chicken wings. Substitution charge $1.00 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake.
For Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22.95 Tidbit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.95 PARTY TRAY 100 pieces from take-out menu! . . . . 79.00 For take-out only, no substitutions please - Egg roll (10), wings (15), teriyaki beef (8), chicken ﬁngers (15), crab rangoons (15), fried wontons (1 box), chicken teriyaki (8), boneless spareribs (1 box), and pork fried rice (1 box).
C22. Roast Pork or Chicken Noodles Soup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00 6.50 C23. Bean Curd with Vegetables . . . . . .4.00 6.50 C24. Wonton Soup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00 6.50 C25. Egg Drop Soup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00 6.50 C26. Hot and Sour Soup. . . . . . . . . . . . .4.00 6.50
FRIED RICE C31. Plain Fried Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.75 C32. Roast Pork, Chicken, Beef or Veggies8.05 C33. Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.00 C34. Lobster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15.95 C35. House Fried Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.95 Roast pork, chicken, shrimp, egg and lettuce.
C36. Seafood Fried Rice. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.95
Shrimp, scallops, lobster meat, pine nuts, scallion, egg and lettuce.
C37. Bamboo Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.95 Southeast Asia style with glutinous rice (sweet rice) fried with sausage, mushroom, peas, carrot, peanuts, cilantro, and oyster sauce. Meatless option offered.
KIMCHI FRIED (KOREAN)
Kimchi, peas, carrot, and egg with spicy bean paste. Choice of:
C38. Tofu or Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C39. Bacon, Chicken or Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.95 C40. Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.95
CHOW MEIN / CHOP SUEY Chow Mein only served with crispy noodles.
C42. Chicken, Fresh Pork, Beef or Veggies* 8.75 C43. Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.75 C44. House Special Pork, chicken, shrimp, ham . 10.70
HONG KONG STYLE CHOW MEIN
C62. Pho Special
Rice noodle in our rich broth. Topped with onion and cilantro and comes with a side of vegetables consisting of bean sprouts, basil lime and chili pepper. Choice of:
Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 Chicken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.95 Seafood Shrimp, ﬁsh ball, lobster meat, scallop . . . . . . 17.95
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Roast Pork, Chicken, or Vegetable . . . . . . . . 8.95 Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 House Special Roast pork, chicken, beef, ham, shrimp 10.95
Served with steamed white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75.
C78. Steamed Mixed Vegetables . . . . . . . . 8.95 C79. Steamed Mixed Veggies with Bean Curd. .9.95 C80. Steamed Chicken with Vegetables. 11.25 C81. Steamed Shrimp with Vegetables . 13.95 C82. Steamed Scallops with Vegetables. 14.95
Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75.
C88. Mixed Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.50 C89. Chinese Broccoli with Oyster sauce . 10.75 C90. Eggplant with Garlic Sauce . . . . . . . 10.75 C91. Sauteed Black Mushrooms and Bamboo Shoots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.75 C92. Golden Crispy Bean Curd . . . . . . . . . . 10.75 Deep fried bean curd served with chef special sauce.
C93. Tangy and Spicy String Beans. . . C94. Buddha’s Delight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C95. General Tso’s Tofu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C96. Szechuan Style Bean Curd . . . . . . . . C97. Moo Shu Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Served with 5 pieces. Extra pancake, add $0.75.
10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 11.95
Pan-fried thin egg noodles topped with veggies and meat choice.
STIR FRIED MEAT
Served with steamed white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.15. Chicken Beef Pork
C103. Broccoli. . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C104. Mixed Vegetables . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C105. Chinese Greens. . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C106. Green Pepper with Onion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C107. Fresh Mushrooms . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C108. Straw Mushrooms with Pea Pods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C109. Shredded Vegetable .10.95 12.45 10.75 C110. Vegetables with Tofu . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C111. Black Bean Sauce . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C112. Cashew . . . . . . . . . . . . .13.45 14.70 12.45 C113. String Bean. . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C114. Kung Po . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C115. Hunan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10.95 12.45 10.75 C116. General Tso’s . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 13.45 N/A C117. Orange . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 13.45 N/A C118. Sesame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 13.45 N/A C120. Lobster Sauce (pork). . . . N/A N/A 9.50 C121. Moo Goo Gai Pan . . . . . . 10.95 N/A N/A C122. Moo Shu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 Served with 5 pieces. Extra pancake, add $0.75.
CHOW FUN / MEI FUN C59. Chow Fun / Mei Fun
Flat rice noodles (chow fun) or thin rice noodles (mei fun) cook with egg. Choice of:
Beef, Chicken, or Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.95 Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.95 House Special Pork, chicken, shrimp, ham . . . . . . . .l3.95 Seafood Shrimp, scallop, lobster meat . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.95 C60. Singapore Chow Mei Fun . . . . . . . . . 13.95 Singapore style thin rice noodles with curry sauce, shrimp, roast pork, chicken, egg and ham.
LO MEIN Soft egg noodles.
C66. Plain Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 C67. Lo Mein Choice of:
Roast Pork, Chicken, Beef, or Veggies . . . . . 9.95 Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10.95 House Special Roast pork, chicken, ham, shrimp . . . 12.95 Seafood Shrimp, scallop, lobster meat . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.95 C68. Satay Noodle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.95 Soft noodle stir fried with special pungent shrimp mix sauce.
C128. Broccoli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C129. Snow Pea Pods . . . . . . . . . . . C130. Lobster Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . C131. Vegetable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C132. Chinese Greens. . . . . . . . . . . C133. Cashew . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C134. Hunan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C135. Kung Po . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C136. Spicy String Beans . . . . . . . . C137. Moo Shu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Served with 5 pieces. Extra pancake, add $0.75.
15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95 15.95
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Served with boneless spareribs, egg roll, chicken ﬁnger, teriyaki beef, chicken wings, fried wantons, pork fried rice.
Dinner For Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $28.95 Substitution charge $1.00 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake. Choice of:
A. Beef with Mushroom
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Dinner for Three . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $40.95 Substitution charge $2.00 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake. Choice of:
A. Moo Goo Gai Pan, Chow Har Kew B. Kung Po beef, General Tso’ Chicken
Dinner for Four . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $53.95
Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75. Shrimp Scallop
C50. Chicken, Beef, Pork, and Vegetable. . .l3.95 C51. Shrimp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.95 C52. House Special Pork, chicken, shrimp, ham . . . 15.95 C53. Seafood Shrimp, scallop, lobster meat. . . . . . . . 19.95
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EGG FOO YOUNG C73. Egg Foo Young
16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95 16.95
The following are served extremely hot in heavy clay pots. Served with white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.15.
C153. Chicken with Ginger and Scallion16.45 C154. Beef with Ginger and Scallion . . . 16.45 CI55. Eggplant and Minced Pork . . . . . . . . . . . . with Garlic Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.45 C156. Black Mushroom, Bamboo Shoots, and Tofu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.45 C157. Seafood with Bean Curd . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95 Scallop, jumbo shrimp, lobster meat.
C158. House Casserole . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.95 Chicken, shrimp, and beef.
C159. Black Pepper Filet Steak . . . . . . . . . 17.95 C160. Satay Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17.95
Substitution charge $3.00 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: pork dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake. Choice of:
A. Chicken with Vegetables, Shrimp with Lobster Sauce, Pepper Steak with Onion B. Garlic Roast Pork, Beef with Vegetables, Chow Gai Key
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C166. Peking Duck. . . . . . . .
Two dishes in one: First course - crisp special bun in Hoisin sauce and shred - shredded duck meat sauteed with ch
C167. Heavenly Duck (Half Half a duck roasted to perfection with
C168. Mango Shrimp . . . . . .
Shrimp and fresh mango sauteed in cr
C169. Chicken Trio . . . . . . .
Three dishes in one: Lemon chicken, M General Tso’s chicken.
C170. Lemon Chicken . . . . . C171. Gai Po Lo Mein . . . . .
Jumbo shrimp, beef, ham, roast pork on a bed of Lo Mein noodles and chic
C172. Mango Chicken . . . . .
Chicken and fresh mango sauteed in c
C173. Shredded Crispy Chi Mayonnaise Sauce . . . . . . . .
Deep fried shredded white chicken me creamy sauce.
White Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Pt.) 1.90 (Qt.) 3.40 Brown Rice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Pt.) 2.40 (Qt.) 3.90 French Fries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.90 Duck Sauces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Pt.) 2.90 Sweet & sour Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(Pt.) 2.90
C174. Steak Kew . . . . . . . . . .
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C175. Mongolian Beef. . . .
Beef, scallion, and onion stir fried with
C176. Hou Sui Gai . . . . . . . .
Crispy chicken tenders topped with se special brown oyster sauce.
C177. Kung Pao Delight. .
Lunch: 11am until 3:30pm. Served with egg roll and pork fried rice, white rice or substitute brown rice, add $0.75. Substitutions $0.75 per item. Appetizers not included for substitution: Pork strip, dumpling, ribs on the bone, scallion pancake. Extra item, add $2.00. Beef/Chicken teriyaki & fried shrimp, add $3.00. Lunch Dinner
Chicken, beef, and baby shrimp in hot
C198. Lobster Sauce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.25 10.25 C199. Chicken or Pork Chow Mein . . .7.25 10.25 C200. Pork Egg Foo Young . . . . . . . . . .7.25 10.25 C201. Chicken or Pork Chop Suey . . .7.25 10.25 C202. Sweet & Sour Chicken or Pork . 7.50 10.50 C203. Lo Mein: Chicken, Beef, Pork, or Veggies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.05 11.05 C204. General Tso’s Chicken . . . . . . .8.30 11.50 C205. Orange Chicken or Beef. . . . . .8.30 11.50 C206. Sesame Chicken or Beef . . . . . . .8.30 11.50 C207. Broccoli with Chicken, Beef, Pork or Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 10.75 C208. Hunan Chicken or Beef . . . . . .7.75 10.75 C209. Kung Po Chicken or Beef . . . .7.75 10.75 C210. Moo Goo Gai Pan . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 10.75 C211. Crab Rangoon, Chicken Wings, Chicken Fingers, Teriyaki Beef, Boneless Ribs 10.95 12.95 C212. Chicken Wings, Boneless Ribs 8.00 11.00 C213. Chicken Fingers or Wings . . . . .8.00 11.00 C214. Teriyaki Beef and Boneless Spare Ribs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.00 11.00 C215. Crab Rangoon and Teriyaki Chicken. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8.00 11.00
C180. Seafood Delight . .
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Lunch: 11am until 3:30pm. Served with vegetable spring roll and white rice. Substitution of appetizer $0.75 extra. Lunch Dinner
C221. Buddha’s Delight . . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 C222. Bean Curd Szechuan Style . . .7.75 C223. Vegetable Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 C224. String Beans in Garlic . . . . . . .7.75 C225. General Tso’s Tofu . . . . . . . . . . .7.75 C226. Steamed Chicken with Veggies . 7.75
10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75 10.75
C178. Harvest Delight . .
Baby shrimp, chicken sauteed with ca
C179. Seafood Wor Bar. .
Lobster meat, shrimp, scallops, crab m sizzling plate.
Stir fried lobster meat, shrimp, scallop white sauce.
C181. Lettuce Wrap with Ch Pork or Chicken . . . . . . . . . .
Lettuce wrap, stir fried pork or chicken chestnuts, and bamboo shoots in che
C183. Lettuce Wrap with Ch Roast Duck . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lettuce wrap, stir fried duck with pine bamboo shoots in chef’s special sauc
C184. Four Happies. . . . .
Shrimp, beef, roast pork and chicken w
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Hot and Spicy • Most Chinese Cuisine can be cooked without M.S.G. - Seasoning, sugar, salt or cornstarch by request only. • All starred items have a Gluten Free option.
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Sunday, May 11
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15% OFF Your next purchase of $20 or more!
Includes Eat-in and Buffet or Take-out (food only) - Expires 5/31/14
C H I N E S E . J A PA N E S E . T H A I
East Restaurant & Lounge
636 Post Road, Wells, Maine 207-641-8788 Visit www.EastDining.com to view the full menu! Can be used multiple times. Not to be combined with other discounts. Not valid on Mother’s Day or any other Holiday Buffet or Food Purchase.
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~ Where To Dine ~ Deck Opens Saturday, May 3
Weekends only until Mid-June. Weather permitting.
MUST PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING
WARREN’S LOBSTER HOUSE RT 1, KITTERY, ME • 207-439-1630 • LOBSTERHOUSE.COM
Upcoming Events in May
OPEN for Lunch EVERYDAY
Except Wednesdays Beginning April 21st You gotta eat somewhere. . .
Located on the Beautiful Marginal Way
77years 1937 ~ 2014
PRIME RIB FRIDAYS Three Course Prime Rib Dinner ~ Every Friday Also ~ Catch of the Day
with Joe Riillo & Doug Bennett 5:00 – 8:00 pm
Join us for Prime Rib Fridays May 2, 9 & 16
Friday, May 23 Baxter Beer Dinner 6:00 pm - $36pp Call for reservations 207-646-2021 Hosted by
You choose from any food item(s) on the menu totaling $35 or more and we’ll take $10 off! Liquor and tax not included. Can not 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. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Expires 5/29/14
Manager Signature Required____________________________________________________ WS
(Final Prime Rib Friday is May 16, returning on Fridays, beginning September 5)
Bloody Mary Bar every Saturday and Sunday 12-4
entrees, desserts or $10 OFF $35 or more Appetizers, any combination of the three!
Sundays, May 4 & 18
on the ocean www.beachmereinn.com
11:30 am – Close Happy Hour 5-6
Monday - Thursday
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
$5 OFF $25 or more
Appetizers, entrees, desserts or any combination of the three! You choose from any food item(s) on the menu totaling $25 or more and we’ll take $5 off! Liquor and tax not included. Can not be used in combination with any other discount, coupon, or group package. Maximum of 3 coupons per group. $25 per coupon must be spent. Not valid on holidays (not valid on Mother’s Day). Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Expires 5/31/14
Manager Signature Required____________________________________________________ WS
Lunch Time Savings
Lobster Roll & Fries Only... $12 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 •
Join us Monday - Saturday from 11:30-3:30
1/4 lb. LOBSTER ROLL & FRIES JUST $12 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, discount, or package menus. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Expires 5/31/14
The Red Barn at Outlook Farm Located on The Links at Outlook Golf Course, Rte 4, South Berwick, Maine
Golf In The Scottish Tradition www.OutlookGolf.com
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH May 11, 2014 • Seatings 10AM-2PM
Mom’s s are FREE s Green Feeer’s Day! on Moth
Complimentary Mimosa for Adults
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 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 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
All 18 Holes Open for Golf Play SEASON PASS MEMBERSHIP 2014 5-Day: $1,050 7-Day: $1,400 TWI: $900 JR: $400 10 Play Cards: 9 Holes: $199 18 Holes: $399
View Menus @ Outlookweddings.com • Reservations Suggested: (207) 384-1010 Ext. 34 • 24 hrs/day
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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
207-646-0303 • 667 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT • PIZZANAPOLIOGUNQUIT.COM
Pick-Up Specials FREE Antipasto
when you buy 2 Large Pizzas
when you buy 1 Large Pizza MUST PRESENT COUPON
- Monday -
Create Your Own Pasta Night $16 An innovative dining experience where you choose your own pasta and sauce! Select from 8 different pastas and 12 different sauces, served with salad and Italian bread. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends **Add Chicken $5, Shrimp $8, Sauteed Fresh Veggies $3
Full Bar & Happy Hour Daily __________ Free Delivery
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
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 May 23 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 - 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
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
plus tax + gratuity
Each Course is paired with Wine
June 20 at 6pm
1st Course - Caramalized Artichoke and Tomato Arancini 2nd Course - Arugula, Fennel and Shaved Parmesan Salad 3rd Course - Homemade Ziti All Amatriciana 4th Course - Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken Breast with Lemon-Spinach Cream Sauce 5th Course - Homemade Gelato
Mangia (EAT) - Thursday -
Every Thursday Night, enjoy a Salad and Choice between 10 different Italian Entrées (Reservations are suggested)
We can substitute 3rd and 4th courses with prior notice.
Buy One Dinner
GET A SECOND DINNER OFF
* Not to be used with any other coupon or discount offer. Not available on holidays or holiday weekends. EXP 5/16/14 (WS)
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~ Where To Dine ~ CINCO DE MAYO
OPEN 6 DAYS AT 4PM (CLOSED TUESDAY)
MONDAY, MAY 5
$6 CUERVO MARGARITA $6 NACHOS
1/2 PRICE BURGERS
YOUR FOOD PURCHASE OF $25 OR MORE.
- WEDNESDAYS -
CHEAP DATE NIGHT - THURSDAYS FREE DESSERT OR APPETIZER WITH ANY 2 ENTRÉES
BEACHFIRE BAR & GRILLE
Not valid with any other special or promo. Not valid on alcohol. EXP 05-15-14
658 Main St / US Rt 1, Ogunquit 646-8998 • BeachFireMaine.com
Restaurant in Wells
Serving dinner for
Mother’s Day 2 to 7pm
Merriland Farm Café
591 Coles Hill Rd, Wells (207)646-5040
OpEning FOr thE SEaSOn
Serving Breakfast & Lunch: 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ~ Closed Tuesdays
Friday, may 2
Serving Dinner: 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday Evenings
we’re here! #35 & 39
FaMily RestauRant (207) 646-4155
Breakfast: 8 a.m. to Noon • Dinner: 12:30 to 3 p.m. featuring a select dinner menu
35 Mile Road, Wells, Maine
~ Dinner Reservations Accepted ~
Friday Night: Prime Rib Special
Breakfast on Your Favorite Breakfast Foods Daily @ 6:30am
featuring Combination Options (while it lasts)
Daily Specials – Take Out Available
Visit us online: www.merrilandfarmcafe.com Email: email@example.com
Right next to Blue Horizon Motel. Family owned property for 34 years!
Eat, SlEEp & Stay at thE BEach!
Blue Horizon Motel - 3 Night Special - Call (207)646-3178
LOCATED SIDE BY SIDE IN DOWNTOWN SO. BERWICK MAINE
ISIDORE ON THE ROCKS
ON THE BLOCK BREAKFAST & LUNCH
Open Sunday-Saturday 3pm-Close firstname.lastname@example.org
Open 7-3 Seven Days email@example.com
18 PORTLAND ST, SO. BERWICK, ME • (207) 704-0188
GREAT FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE
Out To Sea Specials, Soup, Salad, Lite Bites Sandwiches, Entrees & Flatbreads
HAPPY HOUR SPECIAL
4-6pm Sunday-Thursday: Half
Off Appetizers & More!
12 PORTLAND ST, SO. BERWICK, ME • (207) 704-0532 SAUSAGE & MEATS prepared in house as well as our ARTISANAL BREADS, ROTISSERIE CHICKEN, WINE, BEER & MIMOSAS
Blueplate Specials $8.00
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~ Where To Dine ~
262 Shore Road, Ogunquit We have plenty of parking!
207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266
Great Wine Handcrafted Food
Roost Cafe & Bistro Winner in “Neighborhood Gem” & “Best Food” categories, serving handcrafted meals in a warm and casual setting.
OPEN YEAR ROUND LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS/WEEK AT 11AM
Bar and Grill
LUNCH SPECIALS SERVED EVERY DAY ~ Fast, Delicious & Quick
HAPPY HOUR 3-6PM DAILY AT THE BAR
Wednesdays @ 7:30pm
HUMP DAAAY TRIVIA BREAKFAST & LUNCH: FRI-SUN 8-2 DINNER: WED-SUN 5-Close Also Gluten Free Menu and Products
Next Ports of Call Itinerary for Wednesdays Around the World Food Adventure: Puerto Rico 5/7 Jamaica 5/14 • Philippines 5/21 Best of World Tour 5/28
PARTY All Day - May 5
Hornitos Promo 7-9pm Give Aways! Live Band 5-8pm: Stream Reggae Cornhole Tournament Cornhole winners play at Gillette Stadium!
IT MUST BE SPRING!
GREAT PRIZES EVERY WEEK!
$5.99 Cheese Pizza
BUILD YOUR OWN
PACMAN DAVE 6-9pm
2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1, WELLS, ME
106 Agamenticus Rd, South Berwick, Maine
OPEN DAILY FROM NOON UNTIL 9:00pm 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
Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood for more than 47 years
Welcome Back Friends!
home cooked daily SpecialS To fiT everyone’S budgeT pot roast, Sirloin Tips, Stuffed meatloaf 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wed-Sat 11-8 & Sun 11-7 Serving lunch & dinner
2 WEEKS ONLY!
Second Entree FREE!
Special valid Monday-Friday (through May 16)
To our friends that have been away for the winter – Welcome back! Celebrate the season with us – the blossoms, the blooms, the birds – it’s Spring at Clay Hill Farm! Serving Dinner from 5:30pm
Mother’s Day Brunch 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Roast NY Strip Sirloin, Mediterranean Charred Leg Of Lamb Baked Norwegian Salmon With Dill Honey-Clove Baked Country Ham Tarragon-Dijon Chicken Alfredo Pomodoro Farmer’s Eggs ~ YHI French Toast Eggs Benedict ~ Strawberry Cheese Blintz Home Fries ~ Corned Beef Hash House Made Pastries ~ Fresh Fruit Salad Bacon ~ Sausage Honey Glazed Carrots ~ Shells & Cheese Snow Peas & Mushrooms ~ Chive Potatoes Classic Caesar Salad ~ Fruit & Nut Salad Our Famous BLT Salad Our Legendary Ice Cream Smorgasbord Blueberry Pie ~ Flourless Chocolate Cake Lemon Curd & Berry Trifle NY Style Cheesecake
Specials & Events ~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.
Every Tuesday! Every Thursday 7PM
Open Mic Night!
Children under 12 Half Price
Hosted by Wayne & Steve and Rick Watson of “The Old School”
Must present this coupon when seated to redeem offer. Not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion. Valid with reservation Monday-Friday ONLY through May 16. Must have a reservation to redeem. Second entree of equal or lessor value is FREE with purchase of a regularly priced entree.
220 Clay Hill Rd. Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com
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~ Where To Dine ~
BREAKFAST BRUNCH LUNCH DINNER
LIVE on theMUSIC Friday-Sunday weekends!
Live Music on the weekends!
Open Daily BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER
TREAT MOM TO BRUNCH & DINNER ON
BREAKFAST LUNCH Piano Bar ~ Fri & Sat DINNER Sunday Brunch with Fletcher Jazz Duo
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
NOW OPEN ROUND! OPENYEAR YEAR ROUND Special Events
DAILY Hours as of MayDinners, 12: Birthdays, Weddings, Rehearsal Bridal DINNER 5-9, BREAKFAST 7:30-2, BRUNCH/LUNCH 11-2 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
www.thewildblueberryrestaurant.com 207-646-0990 82 Shore Road, Ogunquit
Fisherman’s Catch Restaurant
Eat In Take Out
Simple Seafood, Fresh And At Its Best
Opening Friday May 2 Daily at 11:30AM
Culinary Delights at Five-O UPcOMiNg
May 3rd: the Kentucky Derby May 5th: cinco de Mayo Special food and drinks will be served in honor of the 140th “Run for the Roses” and Mexican/American heritage May 11th: Mother’s Day Brunch Our à la carte menu is served 10am-2pm. Live Jazz music from 10:30am -1:30pm. Open for dinner at 5pm. May 15th: land vs. Sea Wine Dinner Choose from an all land fare or all seafood menu. Call for reservations.
Weekly Events Sunday Brunch à la carte menu served 10am-2pm. Monday Night Five-O Public Supper Select entrées are $9.50.
A Contemporary American Bistro &
hAPPY hOur 4-6:
ANNIE S OGUNQUIT
Loaded Burger $6.99 Onion Rings $5 • Chili Cheesy Fries $5 $1 Off All Draft Beers $3 House Wines & Well Liquors
FridAY night $9.99 All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry or Chicken Pot Pie
Annie’s irish Pub 369 MAin st, Ogunquit 207.251.4335 www.AnniesirishPub.cOM
Mother’s Day Buffet A beautiful meal served with the best view of the prettiest harbor. Salads, Eggs Benedict, Breakfast Specialties, Carving Station, Pasta Sauté Station, Delicious Seafood, Breads, Rolls and an extensive Dessert Assortment... $32.95 Seatings at 10:30, 12:30 & 2:30. Call (207) 363-2722 or visit our website to make reservations.
22 Harris Island, York Harbor, ME • www.dockside-restaurant.com
M a r t i n i
l O u n g e
207.646.8780 134 Harbor Road, Wells Harbor www.fishermanscatchwells.com Open Friday-Monday at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com
288C - May 2, 2014
...TASTE from page 1 Children in Portsmouth, End 68 Hours of Hunger project in several area schools, Friends in Action program which serves young adults with developmental disabilities, and Canine Companions for Independence, an exciting program where trained pups provide emotional and physical support for such organizations as Wounded Veterans’ Initiative and other canine programs. Many extraordinary restaurants have enthusiastically signed on to this exciting event. Enjoy favorite foods from York Harbor Inn, Stage Neck Inn, Robert’s Grill, Bintliffs, Clay Hill Tavern, and Sun n’ Surf, to name a few. Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased by calling Edie at 207-351-8314, or through altrusaoftheseacoast@gmail. com.
Oceanside Restaurant, Bar & Picnic Patio Open Everyday Lunch & Dinner
8 Sohier Park Road York Beach, Maine
Yes, we take reservations for Mother’s Day & Graduations!
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~ Where To Dine ~
r of Restaurateu ear the Y e Restaurant by the Main Association
Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner A view for
Wednesday through Sunday at 5 pm
Please join us for
Mother’s Day Brunch Sunday, May 11 ~ 10 am - 2 pm
Affordable Home Cooking Serving Breakfast Anytime Something For Everyone Extremely Fast & Friendly Service Consistently Great Comfort Food
View our complete menu online @ www.springhillmaine.com Reservations Required • Large Parties Welcome $24 adults, $10 ages 5 to 11, 4 & under free Price does not include tax or gratuity. Promotions/coupons not valid on 5/11/14.
Sundays Are Special At Spring Hill
* Special Price * Special Music * Relax to the pleasant and soothing live jazz of Vivando... Every Sunday!
Over 50 Items
Celebrating 30 Years in Business
Buy 1 Entrée & Receive 2nd Entrée FREE ~ Sunday Only To receive discount, a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. Not valid on Mother’s Day. EXP 5/31/14 (WS)
Visit us online: www.mainediner.com
Spring Hill Restaurant will not be open the evening of Mother’s Day
Open 7 Days • Route 1 North, Wells • 646-4441
117 Pond Rd. (Just off Rte. 4) So. Berwick, ME 03908 • 207-384-2693
Please join us on
Mother’s Day, May 11 serving Noon-8 pm
Cape Neddick Inn
1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York Open Year Round, 7 Days A Week 207-351-1145 • www.capeneddickinn.com
Restaurant and Tavern
NEW ENGLAND FISH CHOWDER
MAINE LOBSTER STEW
RHODE ISLAND CALAMARI
Buttermilk marinated and lightly fried, roasted garlic aioli and tomato basil sauce, cherry peppers, and balsamic reduction
FISH SPRING ROLLS
Lightly fried, served with ginger plum and spicy soy dipping sauces
Chilled shrimp over crushed ice, with lime cocktail sauce and lemon wedge
NUT CRUSTED BRIE
Almond, pecan, and walnut crusted, lightly fried, with blueberry mango chutney, and garlic and herb pita chips Crisp romaine tossed with house-made Caesar dressing, herb croutons, and topped with anchovy fillets and crispy prosciutto
Sliced strawberries, avocados, slivered almonds, and creamy goat cheese, with poppy seed vinaigrette
Mixed greens, sliced red onions, blueberries, feta, and hopped pistachios, tossed in a pomegranate honey dressing
LOBSTER COBB SALAD
Please call for reservations! ENTREES 24.
PAN ROASTED HADDOCK
Fresh picked lobster, bib lettuce, crumbled blue cheese, apple wood bacon, hard-boiled egg, cherry tomatoes, red onion, sliced avocado, and lemon dill vinaigrette
Prosciutto and garlic topping, with long grain wild rice, buttered baby carrots, and lemon buerre blanc
ROAST LEG OF LAMB
Lobster, cheese, and herb filled raviolis, with lump crab, sautéed with wild mushrooms, garlic, and shallots in a lemon cream sauce, over baby spinach
APRICOT GLAZED SALMON
Sautéed wild mushrooms, tomatoes, and sweet peas, in a lemon, garlic, and chardonnay butter sauce, over three peppercorn linguine
SURF AND TURF
1 POUND STEAMED OR BAKED STUFFED LOBSTER 24/30.
Slow roasted boneless lamb leg, pistachio and dijon mustard crust, accompanied by garlic mashed and sautéed green beans, finished with port wine pomegranate sauce
Pan seared, topped with apricot glaze, grilled pineapple, napa salad, accompanied by sweet potato and chorizo hash, and asparagus Petit filet and basil pesto marinated grilled shrimp, accompanied by lemon thyme fingerling potatoes and buttered baby carrots, served with blue cheese bordelaise or plain
14 oz. slow roasted rib eye, mashed potatoes, sautéed green beans, and house-made au jus
Hand cut fries, sautéed green beans, and drawn butter
STUFFED CHICKEN ROULADE
Thinly pounded chicken, prosciutto, picked lobster meat, sage, and fontina cheese, in a lemon chardonnay butter sauce, over parmesan risotto, served with asparagus
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~ Where To Dine ~ Mother’s Day Brunch Just $16.95
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Call for details or book online
special Mother’s Day Brunch in our recently redesigned
restaurant and patio lounge, now run by the former owners of 98 Provence in Ogunquit. Reservations are recommended for the May 11 event that will run from 10 AM to 2 PM at a cost of just $16.95 per person ($8.95 for children under 10). Sign up in our Pub & Grill or call ahead – 207-361-2011, ext. 14.e
K DDIC B E N CAPENTRY CLU COU e uffins
Menu prepared by experienced restaurateurs. Do not attempt at home.
1000 Route 1 York, Maine 03909 1-207-363-4721
seafood and GriLL
Visit The Lobster in the Rough (Behind The Barn)
Outside Family Dining
“Lobsters the Way They Should Be”
Under the Pines or in our 200-seat Pavilion
Daily Specials Live Music 3 Bocce Ball Courts 3 Horseshoe Pits
Something for Everyone: Endless Salad Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster Seafood • Prime Rib • Steaks Chicken • Burgers • Pasta Children’s Menu Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts
Also... Lobster Bakes for Bus Tours, Reunions, Corporate Outings, Weddings, Rehearsals, Any Party Large or Small
Open Weekends Mid-May to Mid-October
OPEN ALL YEAR!
207.361.2011, 650 Shore Road Cape Neddick, Maine 03902
A Donald Ross Course Est. 1919
Fish Market & Restaurant 855 US Route 1, York, ME
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~ Ask The Computer Lady ~
Dear Computer Lady, What is the easiest way to transfer everything from my old HP Windows 7 laptop to my new HP ENVY with Windows 8.1? Right now I am using both computers because I can’t seem to decide the best way to do the transfer. Thanks for all you do for us, Charlotte Dear Charlotte, This is actually a hard question to answer because it really depends on what “everything” means to you. When I transfer files to a
new computer for my customers, the first thing that I need to do is find out what they use their computer for, and what they have for information on the computer that they need transferred. We usually spend some time talking about the programs installed on their computer, and what they use the computer for. I have seen too many cases where the customer paid to have everything backed up or transferred, only to find that “everything” did not include all the items that were important to them. If you are transferring just
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the basic folders like, documents, pictures, music and favorites, you can just drag those folders to a thumb drive, or external hard drive, then drag them to the same location on the new computer. If you are transferring things like email messages, and your address book, you have to do a little bit of investigating to find out where the program keeps your files. It is different for each email program. There are also a few other programs the people sometimes use that keep files in locations other than the standard, Documents, folder. The easiest and best way to transfer files from your old computer to the new one, is to
find someone who will take the time to learn what is important to you, and then transfer the files for you. While there are programs and devices out there that claim they can transfer files from one computer to the next, I have not found any that will do the job exactly as you need it done. Most either transfer too much, or too little. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have received this type of email (see below) a few times lately: “Yahoo! Your e-mail account has exceeded its limit and needs to be verified and updated, If not verified within 48 hours, we shall suspend your account. Please click to re-sign in.”
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~ News ~ ...COMPUTERS from page 34 help. I read your website faithfully. Betty Dear Betty, A clunking sound is usually the sound a hard drive makes when it is starting to die. I would suggest that you make sure your files are backed up and think about either replacing the hard drive, or the entire computer. Since the average computer lasts about 5 years, it might not make sense to put a large amount of money into fixing it. If your files are not yet backed up, don’t use the computer until you get them backed up. The more you use an ailing hard drive, the less your chances of being able to get the files off of it. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Love your newsletter. In today’s newsletter, you were answering a question about OneNote which is a program that I love. You mentioned saving to the cloud and I honestly don’t know how to do that. Do you think you could explain that in one of your future newsletters? Since I have OneNote on my desktop, laptop and my windows phone, I would be
so grateful for more information. Thanks so much for all you do, Jean Dear Jean, When we are talking about computing, the term, “The Cloud” is used as a metaphor for “the Internet,” so when we save something to the cloud, all we are really doing is saving our file to a remote computer and accessing it through the internet. When you use a program like OneNote, normally the file is saved on your computer, and when you make changes to it, those changes are saved on your computer. If you have OneNote on another computer, or mobile device, those changes are not reflected on those devices. If you have an account with Microsoft, you automatically have storage space on their servers. Since you access your storage on Microsoft’s servers through the internet we can say they are stored in the cloud. If you don’t already have an account with Microsoft, you will need to create one. You can sign in, or create an account at: http://login.live.com/. Once you have an account, open OneNote and click on the “File” tab. You will see a list of all your notebooks. Find the first one that
Relay For Life Announces New Location, Next Meeting WELLS / KENNEBUNK – The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of York County has been an on-going community event that raises money for the fight against cancer including cancer research and numerous services for cancer patients. This year’s event, on June 21, will take place at a new location, the Kennebunk High School track at 89 Fletcher Street you want to store on the cloud, and click the link beneath it that says, “Share on web or network”. Follow the prompts to sign into your sky drive account (same as the Microsoft account that you just created) and move your file to the sky drive folder. On your next computer, open OneNote and click on the “File” tab and then “Open”. Select “Open from One Drive” to access the notebook you have saved in the cloud. Once you have it all set up, your files will sync automatically, and you will be able to access your information from all devices. Elizabeth Watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.
in Kennebunk. The Relay for Life of York County teams have raised over $14,000 so far and still counting. Help save lives and join the fight against cancer. A meeting will be held at
the Wells Junior High School on May 6 at 6 p.m. Registrations can be done online at www.relayforlife.org/yorkme and questions can be answered at email@example.com.
South Berwick Well Water Testing to be Returned by May 10 SOUTH BERWICK On Saturday, May 10, the Town of South Berwick Conservation Commission will be sponsoring its annual well water testing. Municipal water supplies are tested regularly, and residential well water should be also. Regular testing can help preserve the quality of drinking water. The Conservation Commission has again teamed up with Nelson Analytical Lab, located in Kennebunk, to offer special pricing to South Berwick residents. The testing kits are available at the South Berwick Town Hall, on the second floor. The kits must be returned to the South Berwick Town Hall on Saturday, May 10, between 9 a.m. and noon. Special pricing is as follows: Basic test ($50), which includes total coliform, E. coli, nitrate,
chloride, hardness, pH, iron, manganese and sodium. Additional tests are available for additional fees: arsenic ($15), lead ($15), copper ($10), fluoride ($15), radon in water ($20), and radon in air ($30 for two canisters). The radon in air test takes a few days to set up in the home; therefore the price will be honored for South Berwick residents until May 30. For accurate test results, it is important to follow the instructions enclosed in the sample kit for the types of testing you plan to request. For specific questions about the test kit or proper sampling, call Nelson Analytical Labs at 207-467-3478 or visit www.nelsonanalytical.com. For details about kit collection, call 207-384-3300 Ext. 336 or email Pat Robinson at prnel@ comcast.net.
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33. “___ Squad” 34. Frog genus 36. Pillage 38. Elsewhere defense 40. Graphic symbols 41. An opaque spot on the cornea 43. Capital of Yemen 44. Doctors’ group 45. Electronic countermeasures 47. Make lace 48. Chit 51. Singer Horne 53. Silent agreement 55. Short-billed rail 56. Drinking container 58. Matchstick game
59. Indian dresses 60. Trumpeter Hirt 61. The View’s first segment 64. Atomic #34 65. Plural of 41 across 67. Roof supports 69. Tears apart 70. Goat-like deities CLUES DOWN 1. Folder paper 2. Mormon state 3. Folded, filled tortillas 4. Expression of sorrow 5. Follows sigma 6. Settle in tents 7. Milk paint 8. A batter’s run
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~ Real estate ~
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~ Real estate ~
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34 Brixham Road Eliot, ME $314,900
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~ Calendar of events ~
Friday, May 2 & Saturday, May 3 50-Cent Clothing Sale
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. St. George’s Episcopal Church, 3 Emerson Street, Sanford, will host an annual spring clothing sale. Free blood pressure screening will be available on both days. FMI 207-324-8119 or www. stgeorgesanford.org.
Saturday, May 3 Open House and Pizza Party at
The New School
Everyone is welcome to visit and learn why The New School, 38 York St., Kennebunk, is an adventure in high school education – while enjoying free pizza made in their wood-fired oven. FMI: 9853745. www.tnsk.org.
Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold the next meeting at 10 a.m. at Parsons Memorial Library, 27 Saco Road, Alfred, ME.
Celebration of Life Announced for Stuart Nudelman OGUNQUiT A Celebration of Stuart Nudelman’s life will be held on Saturday, May 10 at the Judson Dunaway Community Center on School Street in Ogunquit from 1 to 4 p.m. All are welcome. (Information provided by Bibber Memorial Chapel, 207-985-2752, bibberfuneral.com)
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This will be the Chapter Annual Meeting, and an informational discussion on the Richard Vines Monument. Refreshments will be served. Call 324-6202 to RSVP.
Sunday, May 4 elks Lodge Breakfast
8-10:30 a.m. followed by LCR Dice Game at 3 p.m. York Elks Lodge, 1704 US Rt.1, York.
7-11 a.m., St. John’s Masonic Hall, 216 Portland Street, Route 4, South Berwick. Menu features eggs cooked to order, bacon and more breakfast favorites. $6 Tickets at the door. Golfers welcome! www.stjohnslodge51.org or email@example.com.
Tuesday, May 6 Meet Writer Judith Graves
12 Noon to 2 p.m. Harbourside Garden Club will hold its monthly meeting at the Parish Hall of the First Congregational Church in Kittery Point. Herbalist and writer Judith M. Graves will give a talk on the history and use of herbs and edible flowers. Judith will also offer for sale her latest book, “Gathered Muse for the Five Seasons”. Newcomers are welcome. FMI: www.harboursidegc.org or President Lori Kercher 207-4394814.
North Berwick American Legion & Auxiliary Meeting
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Wednesday, May 7 Ogunquit Women’s Club Annual Meeting
Luncheon served at 11:45 with hostess Susan Heckaman. After lunch, recipients of this year’s charity fundraising efforts will be announced as well as the scholarship winner from the York County Community College. New members and guests are always welcome. Ogunquit Baptist Church on Shore Road. FMI: President Cathy Wilson at 207-641-5612
River Tree Arts Slideshow
10:30 a.m. River Tree Arts, 35 Western Ave, Kennebunk. Docent-led slideshow and lecture held in the performance hall at River Tree Arts. Famous in his own time as a painter, author, arctic adventurer and political activist, Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) left his most endearing legacy as a printmaker and illustrator of books. Suggested donation of $5. FMI: 207-967-9120 or www. rivertreearts.org.
Orthopedic Surgeon to Talk on Benefits of Active Lifestyle
12 Noon to 1 p.m. Lunch & Learn: Exercise as Medicine. Being active outdoors is an investment in your health. David Johnson, MD, an orthopedic surgeon, benefits of an active lifestyle in his ‘Choose to Be Healthy Partnership’ presentation. Dr. Johnson focuses on treatment of sport injuries and degenerative conditions of the shoulder, elbow, and hand, but enjoys general orthopedics. He is the team doctor for Biddeford and Kennebunk high schools and Thornton Academy. $2 suggested donation. FMI: 207-646-1555 or www.wellsreserve.org.
Thursday, May 8 Sustainable Seafood Theme
12:30 will begin the next meeting of the Eliot Garden Club, held at the Eliot Congregational Church. The topic ‘Sustainable Seafood – Good for You and the Environment.’ Will help you learn the tools needed to make good food choices and understand the challenges facing the other two thirds of our planet – the planet. Public is welcome.
Friday, May 9
6 p.m. Tasting includes seven different Madeira wines. Event held at Museums of Old York, 3 Lindsay Road, York. Wine connoisseur Jon Dietz will be on hand to highlight the attributes of the products sampled. Guests will also enjoy hearth-cooked foods made by a chef from The Black Birch in Kittery. $35 per person, $30 for members. Reservations must be made in advance by calling 207-363-4974 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘DeP’ in York County
Networking: 7 a.m., breakfast, 7:30 a.m. Patricia Aho of the Department of Environmental Protection, will answer questions following her speech at 8 a.m. York Community College, 112 College Drive, Wells. $10 pre-registration $15 at the door. Register by phone at 207-216-4344.
Saturday, May 10 Annual Mother’s Day Tea
Choice of 11:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. settings, with limits of 35 per setting. Sponsored by the West Lebanon Community Ladies Circle, and held at First Parish Congregational Church Center Road, Lebanon. Cost is $10.00 and includes assorted tea sandwiches, scones and desserts, plus all the tea you can drink. The money made from this event goes towards two $500 scholarships for Lebanon students. Tickets can be ordered by calling Bev Olean 207-658-9076.
Lions Club Flea Market
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kittery Lions Club, 117 State Road in Kittery. Next flea market is after summer break, on October 11th, 2014. For more information: 207439-3378
Cuban Night at Foster’s Clambake
6-9 p.m., First Parish Church will celebrate the people and culture of Cuba at Foster’s Clambake at 5 Axholme Road, York. Get caught up in the sounds and flavors of the lush tropical island. Take a free Salsa class and then dance to the irresistible beat of Cuban musicians. Enjoy Cuban tapas, including roast pig, rice and beans, fried plantains, empanadas, tamales, and sweets. Quench your thirst at a cash bar and relax around the firepit. All proceeds support the International Mission Outreach
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~ Pets ~ Animal Welfare Society WeST KeNNeBUNK ellen or “ellie” A 4-year-old Corgi mix who does well with some other dogs and older/gentle children. Ellen is cautious and a little nervous when she first meets people. If you go slow, she’ll warm right up and be playful and a tad silly. She is one of the dogs who spends time in our staff lounge and is quick to jump up on the couch, nuzzle in and say, “Hello, will you please pet my belly?” Once she knows you she will be your best buddy. Simba Meet Simba, a 9-year-old short-haired cat. Simba is one big love-bug of a cat. He tips the scales at near 20 lbs., so he has definitely enjoyed his share of treats and food in the past. Getting on a regular diet and getting some exercise to shed some pounds will not only be beneficial to him, but to his new people who might want to pick him up as well. Simba loves getting attention from visitors, even if he may be a tiny bit nervous during an initial meeting. It doesn’t take long for Simba to enter a state of bliss while being petted and start
his loud, purring engine. Simba would be happy to share a new home with other respectful cats and gentle children. Fluffy Fluffy is a darling 2-yearold mixed breed rabbit and can’t wait to find herself a new home. As with many rabbits, she can be a little nervous when interacting with new people. Given a little time and lots of love, Fluffy can become an integral part of just about any home. She would like to go home with her best friend Speedy. Once bonded, rabbits tend to remain so for life, so they would be a lot happier if they remained together. AmazonSmile Foundation When you shop at smile. amazon.com instead of amazon. com and choose Animal Welfare Society as your non-profit, AmazonSmile Foundation will donate .5% of your purchase to AWS. It’s that simple. You get the same prices, selection, and shopping experience, plus you help the animals in our care. With Mother’s Day and Father’s Day on the horizon, it’s a great way to shop for gifts and support a wonderful cause.
Safe Haven Humane Society WeLLS Help! We are currently seeking someone who can bring 35-pound pails of litter and carry them into our shelter once a week. We’re also in great need of additional volunteers to provide temporary foster care in their homes now that kitten season is here. Please call 207-229-8314 if you can help. Polydactyl Cats Many of you know that author Ernest Hemingway was a huge cat fancier. Papa acquired his first cat from a sea captain in Key West, Florida. That kitty was six-toed (polydactyl) and from him sprang many more “double-pawed” kitties whose descendants still live at the Hemingway Estate in Key West. Because of this famous heritage, many refer to cats with extra toes as “Hemingway cats.” Many people seek out doublepawed kitties, because once you’ve had one you get hooked on their unique look, their steady balance and their sweetness. They seem to look cuter with those big-mittened front feet. We don’t receive many polydactyl kitties but we currently have a darling pair of “Hemingway Cats” waiting for
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a home. Meet Coco and Pebbles Beautiful, gentle and sweet, this young pair of ‘Hemingway’ kitties entertain our volunteers while living happily at our adoption center. Coco and Pebbles deserve a great home. As siblings, they enjoy and find comfort in each other’s company. They’re only about a year old
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and still very kitten-like. Both adore people and will be excellent members of your household. They’ve bonded so they must be adopted together. If you’re looking for kitties who are well matched, these two are it. Pebbles likes to engage you in adoring her each time you pass by. She’s irresistibly sweet, with a beautiful face and friendly disposition. She waits for ear rubs and neck scratches and then she bursts into a happy “purrrrrrrrr.” Cocoa is the same, but he’s more mischievous. Being a boy, he’s usually playing or looking for his next adventure. Both are beautiful doublepawed black cats, sleek, shiny, and brimming with youth and life.
NORTH BeRWiCK Meet Cinder Cinder is a 3-year-old, beautiful, long-haired, snow white kitty with iridescent yellow eyes. She is extremely gentle; mild mannered and just loves to be fussed over. Cinder will do well with older children, (little children may pull her long lovely hair) other non aggressive cats and small dog. Larger dogs are a new experience so will take time. Cinder, like most of our furry clients, is looking for an indoor only lifestyle where she will be pampered for the princess that she is. Cinder has been spayed, vaccinated, front lined, wormed and passed her wellness exam – and now is ready for her new family. If you are thinking that this sweetie is just what your newest family member should be, please make plans to stop by the adoption center in North Berwick on Saturday to meet Cinder. She will be interviewing for new parents from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until she finds her family whichever comes first. In addition to Cinder, our featured pet of the week, ACAR has an incredible selection of young kittens, a good selection of young adult cats and a limited number of adult cats looking for new families like yours
to love and care for them. Volunteer Opportunities We are in need of folks willing to work with cats at our Sanford adoption center at 251 Route. Please call 207-490-2855 and ask for Marilyn. Newer Computer Needed We are in desperate need of a donation of a newer computer. Our old “dinosaur” is outdated (Windows 98) and is slow, overworked with no storage left for our many files. We are looking for a Windows 7 or later computer, or donations towards the cost of replacing our old one. If you would like to donate a computer or funds to help, please call 207-676-9330.
Another Chance Animal Rescue 37 Market St, North Berwick 03906 251 Route 4, Sanford 04073
...EVENTS from page 38 Program at First Parish Congregational Church. Suggested minimum donation is $20 per person for adults. Reservations may be made by calling 207-363-3758 or emailing office@firstparishyork. org.
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10 a.m. - 12 noon. Discover the joys and benefits of growing and picking fresh produce and herbs. Whether from your own yard or a community garden, nothing tops the taste and nutrition of vegetables picked hours or even minutes before eating. Learn the basics of growing your own lettuce, tomatoes, squash, and other vegetables and herbs. $7/$5. Part of the Four-Season Gardening series brought to the Wells Reserve at Laudholm by UMaine Extension Master Gardener volunteers. FMI: 207-324-2814 or
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7 a.m.-12 noon. Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day by visiting a bird banding station at the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. Master bander June Ficker has been studying birds at the reserve for more than 25 years and has banded thousands of birds during that time. Ficker is contributing to our scientific knowledge of bird migration, tick occurrence, breeding activities, and bird lifespans. Free admission. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207-646-1555 wellsreserve.org/birdday.
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Fundraising Run-Walks Take to the Beaches
Marshwood Travel Soccer Registration Open for Season
Southern Maine AIDS Walk/5K Run
5K Run / 2M Walk To End Homelessness & Hunger
OGUNQUiT On Saturday, May 3, go to Ogunquit Beach for registration at 9:30 a.m. and sign up for this fun event! The 5K is open to walkers and runners of all ages. Sign up ahead of time or the morning of the race. Start and finish line are on the beautiful Ogunquit Beach (pictured). After lunch, awards, and a much deserved rest, join the fun at MaineStreet at 6 p.m. for Rock The Walk, a benefit concert featuring Joslyn Fox, Connor Fischelis, and James Gilmore. Ogunquit is proud to host the only AIDS Walk/Run in Southern Maine. For more information contact Frannie Peabody Center at 207-774-6877 or visit www.peabodycenter.org.
KeNNeBUNK The York County Shelter Programs (YCSPI) will hold one of their key fundraisers on May 10. The Run-Walk will start at Mothers’ Beach in Kennebunk at 9 a.m. (registration and check-in at 8 a.m.). The $25 pre-registration ends on May 7 at 5p.m. After that, registration at the event will cost $30. Participants are to earn pledge money for York County Shelter Programs, while raising awareness for the plight of homeless families with children. In 2009, YCSPI distrib-
SOUTH BeRWiCK – Registration for the fall 2014 season of Marshwood Travel Soccer is open. The registration fee for the 2014 season is $165 (with a uniform kit) or $140 (without a uniform kit – if one is available from previous years). A family discount is provided for families registering more than one player ($35 for each player beyond the first family member registered). Registrauted 13,342 boxes of food to hungry people. In 2013, that figure jumped to 24,036 boxes. For forms and more information, visit www.yorkcountyshelterprograms.org.
tion fees increase after May 23. The program is open for boys and girls from 9 to 14 years of age. Register online at www. mtssoccer.com and follow links to either new player or returning player registration. Those registering have the option to pay by credit card or check. Those wishing to pay by check should register online and mail payment to MTS, Box 421, Eliot, Maine 03903. Checks should be made payable to MTS. Tryouts are set Sunday, June 1 and will be run by the Maine Premier Soccer (MPS) program with assistance from MTS coaches and board members. The goals of having MPS
run the tryouts is to have experienced and objective soccer professionals oversee the evaluation process and to ensure that players are evaluated against consistent criteria with age-appropriate drills. Every player must attend one tryout. Tryout times include girls 1 to 2 p.m., boys 3 to 4:30 p.m. A makeup day for those unable to attend June 1 has been set for Tuesday, June 3. Times for that session will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for both girls and boys. Those new players in the program must have a birth certificate. Those with questions should contact Mark Villinski at 339-927-0193.
Berwick Academy Girls’ Varsity Tennis SOUTH BeRWiCK –
Berwick Academy girls’ varsity tennis team played at Concord Academy in Concord, Mass., losing 1-4. Berwick’s winner was Colby Wood at No. 3 singles winning 1-6, 6-1, and 10-5. The Lady Bulldogs are 2-3 overall and 1-3 in the Eastern Independent League.
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When teams leading a league get together you expect an all-out, give it everything battle and that’s just what happened at Berwick Academy recently when the Bulldogs hosted New Country Day School in an Eastern Independent League girls’ lacrosse match. When the dust had settled and the final whistle sounded, the two teams were still tied in the match and atop the league. Just how evenly matched were these two teams? Not only did the game end in a standoff, it was a 9-9 contest at the intermission as neither team could gain an edge. At this point in the season Berwick sports an overall record of 6-0-1 while Newton is 4-0-1. Offensively Berwick was led by Mel Mait who had four goals while Aimee Briand added three goals and an assist. Tilly Burzysnki and Caroline Hernon chipped in with two goals each. Briand also played a good defensive game along with goalie Kaitlyn Wurzer who had 22 saves. Earlier, the Lady Bulldogs won their sixth of the season downing Concord Academy 15-6. Berwick earned an 8-3 edge
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by intermission over Concord that now stands 1-3-1 for the season. Leading scorers for Berwick included Gabby Boualavanh with four assists and Hernon with three points on two goals and an assist. Burzynski, Mait, Briand, and Gabby Wiggin each had a pair of goals and Kat Reid, Tatiana Bradley, and Izzy Reis added one each. Cora Ordway played well on defense with five ground balls and Wurzer had 13 saves in the net. Berwick’s fourth win of the season was a 10-6 decision over Pingree School. It was the third loss in five outings for Pingree. Tatiana Bradley led the Lady Bulldogs offensively with three goals and Burzynski added a pair of goals and an assist. Mait added two goals, Hernon added two goals and an assist, Briand contributed an assist and Brooke Downey had a goal. Ordway played well on defense with three ground ball controls and an interception. Goalie Wurzer, had a solid game with 14 saves and an interception.
Berwick Academy Boys’ Lacrosse SOUTH BeRWiCK –
The Berwick Academy boys’ lacrosse team evened its season’s mark to 5-5 recently with an Eastern Independent League 16-2 romp over Lexington Christian School. The game was played on a rainy, raw and windy day on the Hilltop. The Bulldogs dominated the second half, outscoring Lexington 8-1 to record the victory. The leading scorers for Berwick were senior Alex Katz with
six points on four goals and two assists and senior Elias Thayer on five points on two goals and three assists. Senior Keegan Landry had two goals and a like number of assists, Freshman Derek Muse and sophomore Sean Hayden had two goals and an assist each while junior Joey Lazarro had a goal and two assists and sophomore Nate McCrone scored a goal. Ber wick was on the road Wednesday at league opponent the Bancroft school. Earlier Berwick fell to a good Tilton School team 8-3. Tilton is 6-3 for the season. The teams played stingy defense in the first half with each team only scoring twice. The Rams pulled away from the Bulldogs in the second half, scoring six times. Seniors Stephen Sherbahn and Katz and freshman Derek Muse each scored one goal. Prior to the Tilton game, Berwick posted a hard-fought 6-5 decision over Hyde School in Bath. Hyde fell to 2-4 for the season. The Bulldogs had a comfortable 5-1 lead with less than six minutes to play when the Phoenix came storming back scoring four times in three minutes to tie the game. Sherbahn scored the game winning goal with 1:30 remaining in the game. Senior Colin Gaynor had two goals and junior Joe Lazarro scored two goals and an assist for the Bulldogs. Sherbahn had two assists to go along with his game winner. Katz scored a goal and an assist and eighth grader Andrew Geppert had an assist.
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South Berwick Community Discusses Trade
SOUTH BeRWiCK A community meeting to discuss the possible effects of a pending international trade agreement on Maine’s economy and state and local governments will be held on Monday, May 5 at 7 p.m. in the South Berwick Town Hall Auditorium. Originally scheduled in March, the meeting was cancelled then due to severe weather. It was organized at the suggestion of the South Berwick Town Council at their regular meeting on January 28. The Council was responding to a proposal by community activist and South Berwick resident Mike Hasty that they adopt a resolution that would express the Council’s “deep concern about specific provisions in the TransPacific Partnership Trade Agreement (TPP)”. Because the South Berwick Town Council doesn’t usually take an official position on national and international issues, it was the consensus of the council members that they would like to hear more on this issue from the public before they gave Hasty’s proposal any further consideration, or would consider taking any action on international trade. They offered the town hall auditorium as a venue for a community information meeting.
The TPP, if ratified, would be an agreement among 12 nations — including the US, Canada and Mexico — that line the Pacific rim, and whose economies together constitute 40 percent of global GDP. The TPP, which also covers a number of non-trade issues, has been negotiated since 2008 with a level of secrecy that has drawn complaints from many in the US Congress, including Maine’s two representatives. Other local governments across the country have adopted resolutions against the TPP. Last year, Dane County, Wisconsin, officially declared itself to be a “TPP-Free Zone.” In January, the Los Angeles City Council passed a resolution similar to what has been proposed in South Berwick. The May 5 meeting will be moderated by Joe Long, chair of the South Berwick Democratic Committee and member of the District 35 School Board. Rick Burns, a small business owner who served two terms in the Maine legislature, will address the subject of free trade’s effect on Maine’s economy and jobs. Also speaking will be Matt Beck, Vice President of the Maine Fair Trade Campaign, a coalition of 64 state organizations, who will provide information on specific
...KILN from page 14 space with pieces and slowly add wood, bringing the temperature up to 2419 degrees. This “firing” is the step that solidifies the clay and glaze and makes it durable and useable. The kiln will require constant attention for approximately 24 hours, so the team will work in shifts through the night, and burn about a cord of wood. The wood ash moves inside the kiln, adhering to the pottery and creating dramatic visual effects that can’t be duplicated by other methods. “Firing in a wood kiln is incredibly time consuming and work intensive, so few people do it. But the results are spectacu-
lar,” said the potter. “It’s a labor of love, and I’m excited to share the process.” The painstaking nature of the ancient method means that she will only be able to fire the kiln with wood about twice a year. The kiln will take about a week to cool before it can be opened and the finished pieces removed. Clark learned the art of wood firing at Highland Pottery in Vermont, where she began as an apprentice later moved to head potter. The event is free and open to all. For more information, call 207-361-3131 or visit oceanfirepottery.com.
provisions in the TPP. The public is encouraged to attend and share their opinions on these issues. The South Berwick Town Hall is located at 180 Main Street. The auditorium is on the third floor. For more information, call 207-703-3814.
MAiNe The rufa red knot (Calidris canutus rufa), a robin-sized shorebird that visits the U.S. on its annual journey between the tips of the Americas, is in trouble. The knot’s population has declined by about 75 percent in some areas since the 1980s. Changing climate conditions are already affecting the bird’s food supply, the timing of its migration and its breeding habitat in the Arctic. The shorebird also is losing habitat along its range due to sea level rise, shoreline projects and development. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reopened the comment period on its proposal to list the knot at threatened under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and will hold two public hearings. The Service proposed to list the knot on September 30, 2013, following an analysis of the best available data in more than 1,400 scientific documents. The public can provide comments on the proposed rule for 45 days through May 19. Comments provided during the first comment period need not be resubmitted, as those are already part of the administrative record. During the initial comment period, the Service received more than 560 individual comments and 19,000 form letters. Additionally, requests were made to hold public hearings specifically in North Carolina and Texas. A public hearing is offered upon request with every federal rulemaking to ensure maximum public participation and awareness of a proposed
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WeLLSAttention Town of Wells Residents and visitors! Beginning April 1 to September 15, all dogs that go on the beach must be on a leash and in control of a responsible person. (Town Ordinance 86-1). Horses, ponies, llamas, vicunas, alpacas and
other large domesticated animals are not permitted within the beach areas between April 1 and September 15. (Town Ordinance 86-2). Any violations of these Town Ordinances are subject to a summons. Submitted by Jackie LaLiberte, Animal Control Officer.
Comment Period Reopens About Red Knot Protection
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action. Public hearings, preceded by information sessions and opportunities to ask questions to Service biologists, will be held May 6, in Morehead City, N.C., and in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Service expects to take final action on the listing rule by the end of September 2014. As required by the ESA, the Service is also reviewing the U.S. range of the knot to identify areas that are essential for its conservation, called critical habitat. Critical habitat focuses the coordination of federal agencies, which are directed by the ESA to aid in the conservation of listed species. Examples of factors for determining species’ critical habitat include where it occurs and how often, and the most important defined areas that support its biological needs such as feeding or resting. For the knot, these elements may include sand dunes and wide, open beaches for roosting and habitat supporting prey like small clams. The Service expects to publish a separate rule proposing critical habitat in 2014. Details on the kinds of in-
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formation the Service is seeking are available in the comment period reopening notice published in the Federal Register on April 4. Comments and information can be provided at the hearings or submitted through the following methods: Federal Rulemaking Portal: www.regulations.gov. Follow the instructions for submitting information on docket number FWS–R5–ES–2013– 0097. U.S. mail or hand-delivery: Public Comments Processing, Attn: FWS–R5–ES–2013– 0097; Division of Policy and Directives Management; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; 4401 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 222; Arlington, Virginia 22203. For more information, contact Tom MacKenzie at 404-679-7291 and Tom_MacKenzie@fws.gov, or Lesli Gray at 972-569-8588 and Lesli_ Gray@fws.gov.
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legAl notiCe State of Wisconsin Circuit Court – Douglas County Publication Summons - Case No. 14-CV-44 - The Honorable George L. Glonek - Case Code 30404 (Foreclosure of Mortgage) - The amount claimed exceeds $10,000.00 - Bank of America, N.A., 400 National Way, Simi Valley, CA 93065, Plaintiff vs. Dawn Hastings a/k/a Dawn A. Hastings and John Doe Hastings, 50 Tidy Rd., Eliot, ME 03903-1021, Defendants – The State of Wisconsin - To each person named above as a defendant: You are hereby notified that the plaintiff named above has filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. Within 40 days after 5/2/14 you must respond with a written demand for a copy of the complaint. The demand must be sent or delivered to the court, whose address is 1313 Belknap St., Superior, WI 54880 and to Gray & Assoc., L.L.P., plaintiff’s attorney, whose address is 16345 W. Glendale Dr., New Berlin, WI 53151. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not demand a copy of the complaint within 40 days, the court may grant judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the complaint. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Dated 4/21/14, William N. Foshag, State Bar No. 1020417, Gray & Associates, L.L.P., Attys. for Plaintiff, 16345 W. Glendale Dr., New Berlin, WI 53151, (414) 224-1987. Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. If you have previously received a discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, this communication should not be construed as an attempt to hold you personally liable for the debt.
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We are ready and happy to service all of your housekeeping needs from dishes to windows. $35.00 - $45.00 per hour depending on the job. Professional, experienced and thorough service at your convenience. Call Nicole today and book your appointment:
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in Kennebunk 55+ Community in a beautiful setting, 2BR / 2BA, first floor, close to stores, medical, Kennebunkport, and ocean. Plantation blinds, laminate/carpet/tile flooring, garage included, and in excellent condition. $189,900 On site indoor pool, hot tub, fitness room, and community center. Only pre-approved buyers may apply. Call 207-985-3353
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TRuSTWORThy RETiREE will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) play checkers, scrabble, cribbage & other card games. 4) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 5) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. call paul 207-363-0519 or 207-240-6168
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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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Help WAnted GROUNDSKeePeR / HANDYMAN part-time for cottage complex 5/1 to 10/15. $15/hour. 84 Drakes Island Rd in Wells. Call 207-646-7903
Are You Compassionate? Our CAREGivers’ compassionate care has made us the leading provider of non-medical services to older adults. Join us in making a real difference in their lives – and yours. Flexible P/T morning, afternoon, evening, or overnight hours. Immediate openings in York, Kittery, Eliot and throughout York County. Home Instead Senior Care Kennebunk: 207.985.8550 York: 207.363.6550
up to 20 hours/week. experience preferred. pool cleaning, etc. please call 646-2202.
Housekeeper for busy ogunquit Bed & Breakfast. Approx. 30 hours/week.
full Time, 40 HRS/week Rotating shifts with every other weekend off. full benefits package available, including health insurance.
HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE
Information Center staff needed part-time (10-12 hours per week) June through September. Familiarity with the Wells area a plus. Retirees encouraged to apply.
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Warren’s Lobster House is looking for an experienced Dining Room Supervisor. We offer great pay, vacation, 401k and other benefits.
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must have experience and advanced knowledge in all categories of food preparation. must be able to read and follow recipe directions to ensure the highest quality food preparation, and to taste and present a large varied weekly menu. Strong knowledge of kitchen sanitation, customer service, and professionalism are key assets. Candidate will help create, prepare and serve meals for a home-like dining experience. All eligible candidates are asked to send their resume to:
Apply in person for an appointment. 207-646-7909 PERSONAL SUPPORT SPECIALISTS
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
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OUTSIDE ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE 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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Assisted Living Facility 79 Portland St. Berwick, ME Part-time 26/22 hours/week evening shift. Pay starting at $9.50/hour. Prior residential care experience preferred. Online application at: https://mcdnet.mcd.org/ CLApplication/
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Line Cooks, Servers, Prep Cooks / Cold Foods, Valet Parkers, Cashier & Host / Hostess Please apply in person at Warren’s Lobster House
SACO RIVER HEALTH SERVICES CHANGE A CHILD’S LIFE! Do you like working with children? Do you have the passion to make a difference in a young child’s life? Would you like to help families in your area? At Saco River Health Services we work with children that have mental and/or intellectual disabilities, autism being the largest scope of focus. Our agency is growing and we need reliable, compassionate individuals to join our team - as we help children reach their full potential.
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Looking for individuals who are dedicated to promoting comfort, dignity, compassion and quality of life to our seniors. We offer shift/weekend differentials, health, dental, vision and 401K to employees working 24+ hours. Please apply in person:
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Hiring the following seasonal positions: Maintenance. This position is part-time and we are looking for
someone immediately. It includes a variety of small jobs that range from something as small as replacing a light bulb to testing pool chemicals (which we will train you for). There may be lifting involved. The position is 15-25 hours/week (3 five-hour days). Looking for a self-motivated person that’s good with their hands and has a flexible schedule. You can pick 2 consistent days during the week but Saturdays are a must. The perfect applicant would be retired and looking to stay busy a few days a week.
Office Help. Starting the week of May 19 and going through
Labor Day (maybe longer), we are looking for a part-time office person. The position is 20-25 hours/week. It includes tasks such as reservations and filing, etc. Weekends are a must. If you don’t like working with people this is NOT the job for you. We need someone who is self-motivated, plays well with others, and can handle a fastpaced environment.
RunneR. This position would begin a little before Memorial Day and would run through Labor Day (maybe longer). This is a parttime position with approximately 6-10 hours/week. It would only be Saturdays. You will work in teams of 2, making beds and laying out towels. This position does require someone with attention to detail. Aesthetics is everything in this job. If you are interested in joining our team, please contact Steph at 646-5164 tuesday-Saturday 9-3.
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107 LONG BEACH AVE, YORK
51 MEADOWLARK DRIVE, YORK
$550,000 - MLS# 1121731 HOSTED BY NANCY STOLBERG 207-337-4932 MAGNIFICENT WATER VIEWS FROM NEARLY EVERY ROOM! This home has 140’ of York River frontage, 1.36 acres, and a well-thought-out ﬂoor plan that provides easy, 1-level living. Get your Kayaks ready and enjoy nature’s beauty.
$749,000 - MLS# 1078383 HOSTED BY LAURA DALY 207-337-2121 LOCATION, LOCATION - Two beach cottages consisting of 4 total units on a large beach lot with plenty of parking, directly across from Long Sands Beach. Enjoy one yourself and rent the others. Also great for a family compound.
$510,000 - MLS# 1115318 HOSTED BY LAURIE COLLINS 207-337-3746 TASTEFUL AND WELCOMING 3,500 sf home on cul-de-sac abutting conservation area! Open concept w/ tile & wood ﬂoors, ﬁreplace, cath. ceiling, skylights, 2 lower level rooms, ﬁnished walk-up 3rd ﬂoor, and multi-level deck with spa.
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197 LONG BEACH AVE, YORK
$279,900 - MLS# 1130021 HOSTED BY NANCY STOLBERG 207-337-4932 TWO MINUTE WALK TO SHORT SANDS BEACH! Two BR condo being sold furnished including washer/dryer. Low condo fee, rental income history of $1,700-1,800/week in July and August. Fabulous location. Close to everything!
$312,500 - MLS# 1122533 HOSTED BY LISA HAMEL 207-361-7019 THE PERFECT BEACH HOUSE JUST STEPS FROM SHORT SANDS BEACH! Three BR seasonal cottage. Relax on the covered porch and smell, hear, and see the Atlantic. Move-in ready and close to all the action.
$364,900 - MLS# 1090304 HOSTED BY NANCY STOLBERG 207-337-4932 YORK BEACH LIVING AT ITS BEST! This renovated, 2 BR, yearround condo is steps from the beach. Wake up to the sights & sounds of the ocean. Enjoy cooking in the new kitchen and evenings on the front porch. Move-in condition. YORK HARBOR LOCATION! This lovely, private, wooded 2.2 acre lot is one of two lots being sold. Easy walk to the beaches, village and schools. One of the few building lots located east of Route One. $165,000
YORK BEACH - FANTASTIC OCEAN FRONT LOCATION! BREATHTAKING VIEWS! 5 BRs & walk-up attic. Sit on the charming wrap-around porch. Take a stroll to the Nubble Lighthouse or the beach. Large lot for outdoor fun. Plenty of parking. $889,000 NANCY STOLBERG 207-337-4932
YORK RIVERSIDE ESTATE WITH A DEEP WATER DOCK! This 3,500 SF home set on 1.59 acres is a beautiful blend of traditional Cape features with custom molding, cabinetry, and post & beam styling with cathedral ceilings. $895,000 MIKE CONLON 207-337-1287
YORK - EXCELLENT INVESTMENT OR OWNER OCCUPIED OPPORTUNITY ON YORK ST! Live here and reap the beneﬁts of rental income or make this duplex a sure investment with great rental history. Up & down 2 BR units that show well. Priced to sell. $337,500 LISA HAMEL 207-361-7019
YORK - A FRESH SPRINGTIME LISTING IS READY FOR YOU! Move right into this post & beam, multi-level condo. 3 BRs, 3 BAs, FP, pine ﬂoors, exposed beams, bsmt & direct entry garage. Pets permitted. All major systems have been replaced – no work to be done. Country location on 2+ acres. Call today! $262,000 LAURIE COLLINS 207-337-3746
YORK - IN QUIET AREA OF PARK AT END OF THE ROAD, CORNER LOT BORDERED BY WOODS. Large rooms, large bath, shed, extra cabinets in kitchen. Extremely clean and well maintained. A nice home. $28,900 LAURA DALY 207-337-2896
IMMACULATELY CARED FOR & BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED hip roof Colonial in great in-town location! Spacious, open ﬂoor plan with high-end ﬁnishes from top to bottom. Full 3rd ﬂoor walkup space plumbed and ready for ﬁnishing touches. $449,000 LIANNE CRONIN 603-674-1441
OGUNQUIT - BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME IN THIS NEW SUBDIVISION CLOSE TO BEACHES & SHOPPING! 5 Large lots with on-site water & sewer. Underground electricity. Priced below assessed value and STARTING AT JUST $190,000! CALL NOW FOR ALL THE DETAILS! NANCY ERGMANN 207-337-2896
YORK - PRIVACY IS JUST AN 8 MINUTE DRIVE TO YORK VILLAGE! Enjoy the scenic landscaping with numerous outbuildings while in your pool. This 7-year-old Saltbox boasts 3 FPs, 3 BRs, 2 BAs, country kitchen w/ functional triangle set up & limestone sink. Come see “The Way Life Should Be”. $429,800 JEFF JELLISON 207-752-1659
WELLS BEACH COMMUNITY! This 3 BR, 2 BA, open concept home east of Route 1 is just a 3 minute drive to Maine’s Rocky Coast. Extremely well maintained on a private street. Central air and security system installed. Enjoy as a year-round residence or visit at leisure. $239,900 DAVID SULLIVAN 207-332-0746
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