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Volume 15 • Issue No. 32

Pediatric Cancer Nonprofit To Receive Tuesday’s Tithings WELLS / OGUNQUIT Two years after opening a retreat center in Ogunquit for families that have experienced childhood cancer and child loss, a local nonprofit is getting a helping hand from one of Wells’ most iconic businesses. On Tuesday, August 13, Congdon’s After Dark will host its weekly “Tithing Tuesday” to benefit Rett’s Roost, which leads free, healing weekend retreats for families that have, or have lost, a child with cancer. The event will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. at Congdon’s Donuts, located at 1100 Post Road (Route 1) in Wells, with 10% of all foodtruck sales going directly to Rett’s Roost. Together with her husband, Jim, Deana Cavan founded Rett’s

The family of Jim and Deana Cavan who founded Rett’s Roost.

Roost in 2015 following the death of the couple’s first child, Everett, who died from a malignant rhabdoid tumor, an extremely rare and aggressive form of pediatric cancer.

“We started this organization to give families exposure to holistic tools that may help alleviate the trauma, stress, and grief of their experience, whether they have anxiety about relapse

or they are bereaved. It’s about giving families a chance to connect with others who’ve gone through something similar. We love the work we do, and we’re honored to have such an amazing community of people behind us.” To date, the organization has hosted close to 20 retreats — all of which are offered free of charge to attending families. After initially running all of their retreats off site, in 2018 the Cavans found a home in Ogunquit to serve as a permanent headquarters. Each retreat serves between four and six families (15-20 people). Retreat activities include massage, Reiki, music therapy, meaningful arts and crafts, beach excursions, kayaking trips, horseback-riding, one-on-one counsel-

ing sessions, and family photos sessions, just to name a few. According to the Congdon’s Donuts’ website, Tithing Tuesday was launched to “support organizations that help those in need and make the world a better place to live, particularly our local community.” The Cavan family and a few of their Rett’s Roost volunteers will be on hand to greet supporters and share information about their organization. They’ll also be conducting a raffle, with prizes including a two-night stay at the Hartwell House in Ogunquit. Local band Sidestep Jazz will be playing their eclectic blend of jazz standards, Bossa Nova and Latin beats from 6 to 7:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.rettsroost.org.

USS Thresher Topic of Discussion at Library YORK On April 10, 1963, the submarine USS Thresher sank while conducting deep-dive tests off the coast of Massachusetts. 129 men were lost that day

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— both Navy personnel and shipyard employees. York Public Library will host a program titled “USS Thresher: Loss and Legacy” on Tuesday, August 13 at 7 p.m. Kevin Galeaz will talk about the USS Thresher disaster after a brief overview of the history of submarines and their role in our national defense. He will discuss how the tragic loss of this submarine impacted submarine safety going forward

and how the 129 men who lost their lives will be memorialized at Arlington National Cemetery. Some of the families who lost loved ones will also speak, and a 20-foot model of the Thresher will be on display (see photo). Kevin Galeaz is a Cold War submarine veteran, president of the USS Thresher Arlington National Cemetery Memorial Foundation, and commander of the United States Submarine Veterans Inc.

(USSVI) Thresher Base. York Public Library is located at 15 Long Sands Road,

York. For more information, call 207-363-2818 or visit www. york.lib.me.us.

Sharks Increasingly Seen Off Coast SEACOAST Locals and tourists alike have been sighting sharks in the waters off the beaches this summer. Although this is not unheard of, the frequency of sightings seems to be increasing. Many wonder whether the difference is due to the warmer water caused by climate change while others suspect the sharks are seeking new feeding areas. In June, the York Police Department announced the presence of a basking shark off

Long Sands Beach. On August 1, the Town of Kennebunkport announced a possible Great

Moody Beach heading towards Ogunquit. According to an article on www.nationalgeographic. com, UNE scientist James Sulikowski believes their increasing arrival is a combination of possibilities. For example, studies have found that great white shark populations have been on the rise in the northeast since 2014. He suspects they’re looking for food since See SHARKS page 3...

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~ News ~ ...SHARKS from page 1 they primarily prey on pinnipeds like seals. However, most sharks will migrate to warmer waters to expend less energy, so if our northern waters stay warmer longer, climate change may also be to blame. Great Whites are a little different since they are endothermic, regulating their body temperature so they don’t have to rely on their environment for warmth. In this case, also mentioned in this article was Gregory Skomal, a scientist from the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Department, who sees the growing shark populations as a conservation success story. Great whites as well as seals are both protected species, their numbers returning to historical levels. ...MUSIC from page 2 Portsmouth, NH has donated a brand new guitar that will be raffled off along with other items during the event. Tickets are available at the Leavitt Theatre. Advance tickets are $10 for a four-night pass, $15 day of show at the box office. For more information, email leavittheatre@gmail. com of find them on Facebook. (Photo of Lex and Joe participating in a past festival).

The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy (AWSC) provides great information on their website at www.atlanticwhiteshark. org and remind beachgoers that shark bites on humans are rare. Many local town beaches and police departments may temporarily close beaches to swimming or post shark advisory signs such as flags to give sharks their space. For beachgoers everywhere along the coast, AWSC reminds people that sharks hunt for seals in shallow water and to avoid areas where seals are present and to also avoid areas where schools of fish are visible. Best practices include staying close to shore; to swim, paddle, kayak and surf in groups; avoid murky or low visibility water; limit splashing and to adhere to all signage and flag warnings at beaches and following all instructions given by lifeguards. Scientists continue to research sharks to better understand how humans can coexist with them. AWSC has recently launched a new study where sharks will be tagged with devices to provide data that will be used to improve coastal warnings. “We’re essentially going to be giving iphones to white sharks to track their activity in three dimensions at a really

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Woodies in the Cove

National Woodie Club Car Show at 974 Post Road (Route One) in Wells from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The parade will tour through Wells and Ogunquit and into Perkins Cove at 2 p.m. Free.

Book Signing

Meet Local Author James Bruner at The Nonantum Resort Lobby, 95 Ocean Avenue in Kennebunkport 9-11 a.m.

Sunday, August 11 Square Dancing

The Nubble Lighthouse Keepers Square Dance Club summer dance will take place 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Wells Activity Center, 113 Sanford Road in Wells. Featured caller will be Red Bates and cuer will be Harriet Clarke. Early rounds at 7 p.m., FMI: 207-3128114 or 603-742-0282.

Monday, August 12 Perseid Meteor Shower

Join local astronomer Scott Negley to learn about a variety of space wonders including comets, meteors and asteroids 8-9:30 p.m. If weather permits, we will have a star party to view meteors and summer constellations outdoors. $5 suggested donation. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207646-1555 or visit www.wellsreserve.org.

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~ Calendar of Events ~ ...EVENTS from page 4 this summer, including: St. Martha Church, 34 Portland Road, Kennebunk, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; and Notre Dame Faith Formation Center, 10 Payne Street, Springvale, 8:30-11:30 a.m. To register, visit www.portlanddiocese.org.

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Shisler and the book Tugboat River Rescue by local Maine author Crystal Ward Kent. Appropriate for ages 5-8. Call 207-439-9437 as registration is required and a parent is required to stay for the program with their child. Schoolhouse located at 67 Greenwood Street in Eliot. Free.

Free Conversation About Elder Law

Drop in to the Historical Society of Wells & Ogunquit Meetinghouse, 938 Post Road, Wells, 10 a.m. to noon with Wells Town Historian Hope Shelley. Free.

Join Maine Center for Elder Law at 3 Webhannet Place, Suite 1, Kennebunk, for a free conversation about elder law, on the second Wednesday of each month noon to 12:45 p.m. Please RSVP: 207467-3301 or www.mainecenterforelderlaw.com.

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The Hope Haitian Choir will be performing at Messiah Christian Church, 2700 Post Road (Route 1) in Wells at 7 p.m. This free event is a group of children singing and spreading a message of hope. Donations accepted to support the Haitian Choir. FMI: 207-985-9287 or www.messiahchristianchurch.org.

Alienated Grandparents Meeting

Alienated Grandparents Anonymous (AGA) Support Group will meet Meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the Wells Public Library, 1434 Post Road, Wells. AGA provides information and support to grandparents who have been cut off from access to their grandchildren. FMI: agayorkco@gmail.com or www. aga-fl.org.

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Enjoy a story and craft 10 -11 a.m. with Jan Cerabona and Ann

Chance Langton ignites audiences with a masterful mix of satirical observational humor, original songs, absurd audience participation bits and mean guitar accompaniment at 5:30 p.m. at the Wells Harbor Gazebo. FMI: www. craftcomedypresents.com.

Wildlife Detectives II

Investigate animals of all shapes and sizes on the trails of the Wells Reserve at Laudholm from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. From bugs to birds and frogs to furry creatures, we will make discoveries through biological sleuthing. For ages 6-9. $60/ regular or $50/member; ask about scholarships. FMI: 207-646-1555 or www.wellsreserve.org.

Every Wednesday to October at the Wells Ogunquit Senior Center, 300 Post Road (Route 1) in Wells at 6 p.m. FMI: 207-646-7775 or www.wocam.org.

Farmers’ Market

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...MORE from page 5 at 8 p.m. at Vinegar Hill Music Theatre, 53 Old Post Road in Arundel. Both are Tony nominees who dazzle in duets and solos in a wide range of styles from Broadway standards to jazz and pop in this lively cabaret mixed with witty repartee. Vinegar. FMI: 207-985-5552 or www.vinegarhillmusictheatre.com.

KBIA BBQ & Awards

The Kennebunk Beach Improvement Association (KBIA) will hold its final barbecue and awards ceremony with assorted watersports in the pool for various ages: 9 a.m. for ages 3-6; 9:30 a.m. for ages 7-8; 10 a.m. for ages 9+: Ages 9+ and free swim for all ages at 10:30 a.m. Followed by a BBQ of hot dogs, veggie burgers,

hamburgers, chips, potato salad, and cake for $6. FMI: www.kbia. net or 207-967-2180.

Penny Sale Fundraiser

St Aspinquid Masonic Lodge, 101 Long Sands Rd, York, will hold a Penny Sale at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. with over 100 prize drawings (including gift cards). $10 for 150 tickets. Must be present to win, except for the grand prize drawings (helicopter

ride over the coast, $300 cash, an original painting by local artist Bill Thomson, a bucket of lobsters). Kitchen will be serving lobster rolls and more. Proceeds benefit York Boy Scouts Wreaths Across America program.

Come join a guided walk along the Carson Trail as we discuss the value of Maine’s diverse ecosystems and how they are adapting to a changing environment. 321 Port Road, Wells. Meet at Carson Trail Kiosk at 10 a.m.

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser

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Kittery Lions, 117 State Road (Route 1) in Kittery, sponsors a Pancake Breakfast for Footprints Food Pantry 7:30-11 a.m. Menu includes pancakes, sausages, scrambled eggs, toast, homemade baked beans, orange juice, and coffee/tea or hot chocolate. Adults $7, children $3. All proceeds go to Footprints Food Pantry. Wheelchair accessible.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Soprano Liesl Quigley to Perform

‘Water’ at Barn Gallery OGUNQUIT ‘Water’ is the theme for an exhibition by members, old and new, of the Ogunquit Art Association that opened at the Barn Gallery on August 7 that runs through September 7. Late Summer Exhibitions also include “OAA Expressions” and Showcases by painter Carol Aronson-Shore and sculptor Lindley Briggs. Three-dimensional work by Invited New England Sculptors continue to display in the outdoor Sculpture Court. An everchanging array of small works of art is always available in the Collectors Gallery. All are welcome to the gala public reception on Saturday, August 17, 5-7:30 p.m. to meet members of the OAA and see the shows. Barn Gallery is located at the corner of Shore Road and Bourne Lane in Ogunquit. For further information, call 207646-8400 or visit www.barngallery.org.

KENNEBUNKPORT First Congregational Church of Kennebunkport invites the public to attend the last in a series of summer concerts to be held in the church at 141 North St., Kennebunkport, on Friday, August 16 at 7:30 p.m. Joyce Painter Rice, Music Director & Organist, the Rev. Charlotte Bell, Pastor, and members are pleased to offer local favorite, soprano Liesl Quigley. Quigley’s program will include music by Bellini, Ben-

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Hope Haitian Choir at Messiah Christian Church

WELLS “Amazing”, “so inspiring”, “what beautiful children”, “what beautiful voices”, are the comments heard after almost every concert by the Hope Haitian Choir. This non-traditional choir, made up of fifteen young people, ranging in age from 10 – 18, are touring the eastern U.S. this summer, sharing their joy in a variety of venues and churches. The Choir began seven years ago, with a new group of children coming each summer. Their exceptional voices, combined with energetic dancing, effectively communicate a message of hope. Though many of these young people come from very difficult circumstances in their home country of Haiti, they demonstrate a buoyant spirit which finds its source in their genuine faith. Under the direction of Barb House of Boothbay, Maine, the choir has sung at Christian conventions in Haiti, on radio and television stations, at the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey, and at a variety of both indoor and outside venues from Maine to Georgia. Auditions are held each fall in Port-au-Prince, with a network of churches sending young people who are musical-

ly talented to a central location. They are not only evaluated on their singing and dancing abilities, but also on character and willingness to work diligently. Training begins in Haiti, with final rehearsals for three days after they arrive in the U. S. and before beginning the tour, which involves 7-8 concerts each week. The songs are in English, Creole, and French. Many are original material, with the goal of encouraging and inspiring the hearts of those who listen. Choir leaders also make a concerted effort to develop leadership skills, confidence, and a passion for serving others, even at these young ages. The hope is that these children will make a positive impact wherever they go, and that each one will gain a vision for how God can use him/her in the future. The concert will be held at Messiah Christian Church, 2700 Post Road (Route 1) in Wells at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 13. There is no cost, but an offering will be taken to help with the choir costs as well as to help fund projects in Haiti. CDs and other items will be available as well. For more information, call 207985-9287 or visit www.hopehaitian.com.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ “Peter and the Starcatcher” opening at Hackmatack Playhouse well back more than a BERWICK Some pretty perfect century ago. casting was involved in “I always say that filling the lead roles for if I was living in Victo“Peter and the Starcatchrian England, I would er” opening next week at have trouble,” said MerHackmatack Playhouse cier, whose character is in Berwick. hands-down the smartest Griffinn Gower, 17, character in the show. “I of Lebanon recalls when don’t ever keep my mouth he was Peter Pan’s age, shut.” 13, he was just like Peter. For all audience And Anique Mercier, 22, members who want to says that she is so much recapture the sprit of like Molly, she almost their childhood, or who Griffinn Gowers of Lebanon and Anique Mercier of wonders how Molly Toronto may not be 13 anymore, but they perfectly are still children, theater could have existed in Vic- fit the characters of Peter Pan and Molly, in “Peter owner Michael Guptill torian England, when the and the Starcatcher”. is offering a free hot dog story took place. and hamburger barbecue “Molly is me at 13, a total holds a celestial substance so before the shows to anyone who know-it-all, but in an endear- powerful that it must never fall dresses up in costume. Here’s ing way I hope,” said Mercier, a into the wrong hands. the twist, adults must come as native of Toronto who is studyMercier particularly likes Peter Pan and kids as pirates. ing at the Boston Conservatory. that Molly, the only female in “We just want folks to “Peter is the most mischie- the show, has a kind of spunk come and have a good time,” vous and troublemaking kid as that might not have worked so Guptill said. “Whether young I was at 13,” Gower said. “He’s kind of a know-it-all too, but actually doesn’t know anything.” “Peter and the Starcatcher,” an add-on to the century-old story of Peter Pan, is actually a prequel to the well-known story of the boy who wouldn’t grow up. Based on a novel co-written by humor writer Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, the show appeals to grown-ups as much as youngsters, said Crystal Lisbon, For Open Hours / Days director. “It’s an ensemble piece that’s fun for actors and fun 85 Spiller Farm Lane, Wells for the audience,” Lisbon said. Off Route 9A (Branch Road) “There’s a ton of imagination in 207-985-2575 the script, and jokes for kids and grown-ups alike, which makes it perfect family fair.” In “Peter and the Starcatcher,” the last of Hackmatack’s summer season, a dozen actors portray a vast number of characters, including orphans and A Very Wide Variety of Inventory Available! pirates, mermaids and tyrants. It follows an orphan and his mates who are set to be shipped off from Victorian England to an island ruled by an evil king, and Open Friday-Saturday 10-4:30 & Sunday 10:30-4 it explores greed and despair, or call for an appointment or more information: friendship, duty and love. 207-439-0747 / 207-240-6348 At sea, the boys are discovered by a precocious young girl named Molly, a Starcatcher326 Haley Road, Kittery Point, ME 03905 in-training who realizes that a trunk in the captain’s cabin

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Agatha Christie’s Masterpiece, Murder on the Orient Express Opens at Ogunquit Playhouse

OGUNQUIT Ogunquit Playhouse is thrilled to announce the first non-musical production at the theatre in over 12 years, Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, on stage August 14-31. This suspenseful play takes au-

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playwright Ken Ludwig. This beloved mystery unfolds in a fresh new way that takes audiences on a thrilling ride, and is complete with a professional New York and Broadway-based cast including Tony-nominee Anita Gillette as Princess Dragomiroff and Steven Rattazzi as the mustacheod sleuth, Hercule Poirot. This lavish production is directed by Shaun Kerrison and includes an original set designed by Tony Award-winner Beowulf Boritt and stunning costumes designed by Tony Award-winner William Ivey Long. “I am very excited to produce my first play here at the Ogunquit Playhouse. I am a huge Agatha Christie fan and we have carefully chosen one of her most thrilling murder mysteries that has been newly adapted for the stage by Ken Ludwig. It will be seen in Ogun-

quit for one of the first times anywhere, live on our stage. We are delighted to share this new play with our audiences,” stated Bradford Kenney, Ogunquit Playhouse Executive Artistic Director.

Tickets are on sale now with preview performances starting at just $36, and economy seating at $51 each. To learn more, visit www.ogunquitplayhouse.org or call the Box Office at 207-646-5511.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ 5th Annual Craft Comedy Free Summer Show WELLS On Wednesday August 14, Craft Comedy will host its 5th Annual Free Summer Show in Wells Harbor Park. Headlining the show will be comedian, musician, and writer Chance Langton, supported by Wells resident and Craft Comedy founder Geoff Payson. With impeccable comedic timing, Chance Langton ignites his audiences with a masterful mix of satirical observational humor, original songs, absurd audience participation bits and a mean guitar accompaniment. For more than twenty years, he has headlined at top comedy clubs across the country and has appeared in concert with Rodney Dangerfield, Jay Leno, Eddie Murphy, and other well known acts. His numerous national television credits include appearances on ABC, NBC, Fox, Showtime, and A&E and on such shows as “Comic Strip

Live,” “Evening at the Improv,” “Caroline’s Comedy Hour,” and “Comedy on the Road.” Chance’s song “I’m Better Than Them” is heard nationally on Dr. Demento’s radio program. The Boston Globe has called Chance’s act “Craft of the first order.” Geoff Payson is a comedian, actor, radio personality, and founder of Craft Comedy. Geoff got his start as a regular at Boston clubs including Stitches, Nick’s Comedy Stop, and Catch a Rising Star, and recently returned to the comedy scene, performing at Laugh Boston, Jonathan’s Ogunquit, other New England clubs, as well as venues across the Southeast. Parking is free and Wells Harbor Park is Trolley accessible. The event will take place rain or shine, starting at 5:30 p.m. - at the Gazebo (shine) or under the Pavilion (rain). Find more information at www.craftcomedypresents.com or in Facebook.

Trailblazers to Host Antique Car and Truck Show WELLS On Saturday Aug 17, The Maine Obsolete Auto League in partnership with the The Trailblazers of Wells Maine will host their 1st annual Antique Car and Truck show. All makes from the early 1900s up to 1993 are welcome to come and display their vehicles. All spectators are welcome as well to see and experience the era of early motoring that will include a 1914 Ford Model T, Model A Fords, 57 Chevy’s, muscle cars, hot rods, and more! This fun event will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. at 102 Bill’s Lane in Wells (off the Quarry Rd.). $10 for car exhibitors and $4 for spectators. The Trailblazers monthly “bean” supper takes place directly after the event and will include salad, hot dogs, hamburgers, ham casserole and dessert for $8. Exhibitors and spectators will receive a $2 coupon good toward the dinner. For more information, contact Dave Currier at builder1@ maine.rr.com.

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ford, who shared her connection to the Center’s mission. Anne Heros, executive director of the Center, explained the Center’s unique role in serving and families confronting loss, change, and grief when someone close to them dies or is seriously ill. Bill Kany said, “Gary Crocker is one of the finest, funniest gentlemen I have ever met, whose message of healing through humor is incredibly parallel to what the Center does every day.” An avid outdoorsman, Gary is best known for his Maine-based comedy, which he uses to convey the powerful message: “Laughter Heals.” A born Mainer and Navy Veteran of Vietnam, Gary has contributed to The Maine Event for the last four years on public television and does short humor segments on Wreaths Across America radio show every Friday morning. When asked why he’s using his special talent to support the Center, Gary says, “In my opinion, we are placed on this planet to care for and support each other. This is especially true during difficult times and I can little imagine and only marginally comprehend the depth of grief a child is feeling at the loss of a loved one.” To learn more, visit www. cgcmaine.org.

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tation, Meals and Prescription Delivery and the burgeoning House Calls Program and The Center for Older Adults. The Hancock Fund and fundraiser were both named and created to honor the lives of Cape Neddick residents Frank & Kay Hancock, known for their leadership, community spirit, can-do attitude and commitment to York Hospital. Their children, Josh, Emi and Cal established the fund in 2015, as a way to continue their parents’ legacy. Chairman of the fund and emcee of the event, Josh Hancock entertained the lively crowd with his engaging tales, while auctioning a variety of silent and live auction items. The latter ranging from a private Nubble Lighthouse excursion, to one week’s use of Aston Martin’s Vantage coupe, valued at $200,000+! Silent auction prizes ran the gamut of luxury townhome vacations in the White Mountains and Cape Cod’s Herring Cove Beach, to a kayak package valued at $3,300, along with gift cards for local businesses – fishing charters, Pilates or Playhouse tickets and more! York Hospital President and CEO, Jud Knox said, “We are fortunate to have the Hancock family support… with the addition of The Center for Older Adults and House Calls Program, York Hospital is committed to continue our care for our older adults. And we look forward to introducing new programs like Companion Service, Support for Caregivers, Cognitive Rehab and a Geriatric Pharmacy Consult Service.” For more information about these programs, please contact The Center for Older Adult Care at York Hospital, at 207-351-2371. To make a donation to The Hancock Family Fund for Healthy Aging, please contact Carol Kane, Director of Development, at ckane@ yorkhospital.com or 207-3513520.

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Health & Fitness 10 Tips for Weight Loss and Fitness Summer is the perfect time to get moving again, so why not take advantage of the next few months to get your body fit and lean before holiday dining returns. William Smith, MS, NSCA, CSCS, MEPD, a recognized authority on fitness and exercise and author of numerous publications, offers the following healthy tips. START MOVING That’s right. Get up and get yourself moving, whether it’s walking, swimming, biking, or running. Try to do at least 15 minutes a day of aerobic activity. It is essential for good health and will burn excess calories. GET OFF THE SCALE Americans are notoriously obsessed with body weight. Weigh yourself once and measure against the BMI (Body Mass Index). Then put your bathroom scale in the closet for a few months. Scales can be inaccurate, misleading, and a psychological deterrent to success. TARGET FAT AND FAT WILL LOSE Excess body fat killer. Learn how to sure and manage your fat percentage by using

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fat calipers. Body fat measurement is a more accurate indicator of health and wellness than weight alone. DO IT FOR THE HEALTH BENEFITS Shift your fitness focus to your health, not just your appearance. You can add years to your life and reduce major health risks by following a sound nutrition and exercise program. And you’ll look better and feel better too! AVOID “GET THIN QUICK” SCHEMES If it sounds to good to be true, it is. From “fat burning” diet pills (dangerous) to electronic ab stimulators (really!), the promise of results without effort is just a marketing gimmick designed to reduce your wallet--not your waistline. CUT OUT THE SODA AND SAVE Soda adds useless (and expensive) calories to your diet. Just drinking water rather than soda can put an extra $2-3 in your wallet each day. Over one year, that adds up to over $1,000 saved. And 100,000 fewer calories consumed!

the other is a recipe for failure. Just because you walked for 30 minutes doesn’t mean you can reward yourself with a pint of your favorite ice cream! REDUCE THE CALORIES From super sized meals at fast food restaurants to enormous servings at our favorite steakhouse, we are on the receiving end of an abundance of calories. Weight reduction is a caloric formula. Calories in (through eating) versus calories out (through activity). It’s that simple. Stick with smaller portions. STRETCH YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS For many of us, winter is a time of sedentary living. Now that you are ready to commence a plan of exercise, make certain you stretch your muscles for at least one whole week before starting. This way, your muscles will be ready for exercise and you’ll be less sore. TAKE IT OUTSIDE Get outdoors! Go hiking. Ride a bike. Make delicious,

healthy meals outdoors, too. Try salmon and vegetables on the grill instead of the usual burgers and hotdogs. William Smith, MS, NSCA-CSCS, MEPD works for a nationally recognized healthcare system in the New York metropolitan area providing health and wellness services. His focus is in special populations and how healthcare pro-

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~ Library News ~

Berwick Public Library BPL Book Discussion Group

Saturday, August 17, 10:30 a.m. The Truth According to Us by Annie Barrows. All are welcome whether you read the book or not!

For More Information

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

D.A. Hurd Public Library Tri-Town Bookmobile

The Tri-Town Bookmobile will be visiting on Mondays through August 19 from noon to 2 p.m. Laura Cashell will be offering children age 8+ creative hands-on STEM activities. Join the fun on Aug 12 when you can make your own lava lamp! Parents and children are invited to bring a picnic lunch, and play lawn games

Annual Book & Bake Sale

The Annual Book & Bake Sale is fast approaching and volunteers are needed to help set up and take down the sale, as well as bakers to provide items for the bake sale. Call the library if you have time, talent, or muscle power to share. The Sale is Saturday, August 17, 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

5K Fun Run

The library is hosting a 5K Fun Run on Saturday, August 17 in conjunction with North Berwick’s Annual Mill Field Festival. The race begins at 8 a.m. at Bethel Church North Berwick. You may register the day

of the between 6:30-7:45 a.m. at the church, or at the library before August 17. A shorter 1 mile run/ walk will kick off at 8:10 a.m. Call 207-676-2215 for more information or to request a registration form.

Sew Simple

Local quilter and sewing enthusiast Jennifer Bartsch is guiding children’s creative talents in learning to sew on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. Children age 8+ are welcome. No sewing experience is necessary and all materials will be provided.

Outreach Services

The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Tuesday August 13 at 2 p.m. The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows are on Wednesday, August 21, at 2 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.

For More Information

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

Wells Public Library Folk Music by Bill Berlinghoff

Tuesday, August 13 at 6:30 p.m. Bill Berlinghoff is a folksinger who sings a wide range of songs, spanning the traditional mountain music of Tennessee, popular folk music of the ’60s, an increasing number of originals, and so much more.

An Evening with The Sinister Minister

Thursday, August 15 at 6:30 p.m. Rev. Dr. Judy Campbell is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister as well as the creator of the Olympia Brown mystery series. She’s known as the “Sinister Minister” and will give a presentation about her books, writing process, and more!

For More Information

Call the library at 207-646-8181 or visit www.wells.lib.me.us.

York Public Library Writing Workshop

The Ogunquit Memorial Library will have a book sale Friday and Saturday, August 16 and 17 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the library at 166 Shore Road, Ogunquit.

Writer and publisher Marjory Lyons once again will facilitate workshops for writers of all skill levels. These free workshops will be held 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. on August 15, August 22, and August 29. Participants are asked to register in advance, and need to bring up to 8 pages of their current writing as well as 6 copies to share with other attendees.

For More Information

For More Information

Ogunquit Public Library Book Sale

Call the library at 207-646-9024 or visit 166 Shore Road in Ogunquit.

Call the library at 207-363-2818 or visit www.york.lib.me.us.

Pilgrimage Experience to be Shared at Kennebunk Free Library KENNEBUNK For over 1,300 years, multitudes of European Christians made their pilgrimage to the tomb of St. James, the Apostle located in a small village in northwestern Spain. They traveled by foot, horseback or burro for many months and the various paths they traveled became known as the Way of St. James or, in Spanish, “Camino de Santiago.” Twenty years ago, few people in America had ever heard of the Camino de Santiago; today this beautiful and historic long-distance pilgrimage has entered popular culture. Last year, over 30,000 Americans joined more than 350,000 pilgrims from all over the world in walking or biking on the many historic routes all across Europe in a quest to reach Santiago de Compostela. There have been several popular movies (The Way; I’ll Push You) made about Americans on the Camino and numerous books and articles have been written about the experience. Today, pilgrims embark on their Camino for many rea-

sons, some for spiritual or religious, but most others seeking a new challenge, making new friends or after a life transition. Joan and Sam Hull, residents of Arundel, have been “perigrinos” numerous times on the Camino in Spain as well as the Via di Francesco (“Way of St. Francis”) in Italy. They have completed several long-distance walks in England, including the Cotswold Way and the South Downs Way and next year plan to walk the Pilgrims Way from London to Canterbury and after crossing the Bay of Biscay, continue in Spain on the Camino Ingles to Santiago. Joan and Sam will be in at the Kennebunk Free Library at 6 p.m. on August 13 for an hourlong presentation to people who have an interest in the Camino de Santiago. This program is free and wheelchair accessible. The Kennebunk Free Library is located at 112 Main St., Kennebunk. For details, call 207-985-2173 or email kfl@kennebunk.lib.me.us.

BUSINESS & FINANCE ~ News ~ Next Steps of Earned Paid Time Off Bill AUGUSTA The Maine Department of Labor is preparing for the required rulemaking process for LD 369 “An Act Authorizing Earned

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or more employees. Small businesses with 10 or fewer employees and seasonal employers who regularly operate less than 26 weeks in a calendar year are exempt. The bill required the Maine Department of Labor to promulgate rules to ensure the legislation can be implemented and enforced appropriately. This process will include posting of the draft rules prior to a public comment period. The Department will ensure that final rules are posted with sufficient time for employers to prepare for changes, if any are needed, in their earned leave policies. The law requires that an employee earn one hour of paid leave from a single employer for every 40 hours worked, up to 40 hours in one year of employment. This leave can be used for any purpose by the worker, however they are required to give their employer as reasonable notice as is possible. The rules written will provide guidance to employers as well as workers who benefit from the earned paid time off. The Maine Department of Labor will also provide new posters to employers outlining guidance for the rule.


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~ Where To Dine ~

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~ Where To Dine ~ Top Quality Seafood for more than 50 years

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Chicken Parmesan Over Spaghetti, Sirloin Tips, Roast Turkey ••••• Beer and Wine Available 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wednesday-Sunday 11–8 SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

Liquor & tax not included. Cannot be used with group packages. Maximum of 3 coupons/ discounts/complimentary certificates may be used. $25 per coupon must be spent. Please present coupon before ordering. Coupon valid only at time of purchase. Not valid on holidays. Manager signature required: ___________________________ Expires 8/31/19 (WS)

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~ Where To Dine ~

Dining Guide

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Walk in Sunday-Thursday, 3-5pm Locally Crafted Libations and Appetizer Specials.

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~ Where To Dine ~

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~ Obituaries ~

Richard Webster Haggett, 90 WELLS – Richard Webster Haggett died on Tuesday, July 30, 2019, in Portsmouth, NH, following a brief illness. Dick, as he was known by many who knew him, was born in Boothbay Harbor April 13, 1929, the son of Gilbert Mather and Elizabeth Sarah Thomas Haggett, and is a graduate of Boothbay Harbor High School, class of 1947. He attended Bentley College, receiving a degree in Accounting, then Suffolk University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business. After meeting while both attending college in Boston, Dick married Jeannette Davis Haggett on September 8, 1951 at The Congregational Church of Wells. Dick and Jeannette then started their family in Massachusetts. In 1956 Dick joined Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in East Hartford CT. Later he was promoted to United Technologies Turbo Power & Marine Division, where he stayed for 17 years, retiring as its comptroller. He served on the East Hartford Aircraft Federal Credit Union’s Board of Directors for many years, and eventually served as its President. Choosing to retire early rather than move away from family, Dick and Jeannette decided to return to Maine and looked to Jeannette’s hometown of Wells to make their new home. They quickly became active in town. Dick was a member of The

Congregational Church of Wells, where he served as a deacon and volunteered with Soup’s On. He was also a member of the Maine Wheels RV Club serving on the parking crew at national conventions. They travelled the US extensively camping or visiting 48 out of 50 states including Alaska and Hawaii. Dick was also active in The Trailblazers Club in Wells, and South Windsor, CT, Square Dancing Club. Dick served as an assistant Boy Scout Master for three years in South Windsor. Dick was a lifelong Boston Red Sox Fan and loved attending NASCAR races in many states for several years. For nine summers Dick enjoyed working alongside his brother Courtney at The Maine State Visitor Information Center, giving guidance and advice to travelers. Survivors include his loving wife of 67 years, Jeannette Davis Haggett of Wells, a son David Haggett and his wife Gwen of Oakdale, CT, two daughters Patricia Pappalardo and her husband Frank of Coventry, CT, and Nancy Kirchner and her husband Ken of South Windsor, CT, a brother Courtney Haggett of Wells, and three grandchildren, Mary Grace Miller and her husband Kevin, Emily Haggett and Anthony Pappalardo, and several nieces and nephews. There will be a time of visitation on Friday, August 9, 6-8 p.m. at Bibber Memorial Chapel, 111 Chapel Road, Wells. A Celebration of Dick’s life will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, August 10, at The Congregational Church of Wells, 1695 Post Road, Wells, with Reverend David Hughes officiating. Interment will follow at Ocean View Cemetery, Wells. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Congregational Church of Wells Steeple Restoration Fund, PO Box 759, Wells, ME 04090. To share a memory or leave a

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Kelly J. (Lanouette) Lahue, 49 BERWICK – Kelly J. Lahue passed away at her home on August 5, 2019 after a brief illness. She was born in Dover, NH, on December 10, 1969 to Michael Lanouette and Lillian Burke. She was predeceased by her husband Timothy Lahue in 1992. Kelly was educated in Maine public schools and a graduate of Marshwood High School. She grew up in Maine with most of her fondest memories taking

place at the family home on Bauneg Beg Lake. She would later share this remarkable lake with her own family as it was dear to her heart. She enjoyed various crafting in her spare time. The hobbies she loved the most were hand making jewelry and crocheting. She made numerous hand crocheted blankets sewn with love for her closest relatives and friends. Kelly was a ferociously loyal and dedicated daughter, mother, sister, friend and life partner to Tom Goulet; Together they raised a beautiful family. The proudest moment and one that brought immense joy to her heart was becoming a Nana to Riley, Lucas, and Erin. Her greatest professional accomplishments were being the owner and proprietor of the Little Red School House and J & D Enterprises, both in Berwick Maine. Being a business owner of two vastly different companies took much steadfast commitment and working beyond the average 40 hour work week. An aspect of J & D Enterprises that she loved the most was plowing snow. She would share many stories of the hours spent on snow removal and just how

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funny the snow business can be. The aspect that she loved most about her businesses was that they were family owned and operated. She took great pride in sharing the day to day operations with those she loved most. It made for those long hours to not seem quite as long when spent with family. She is survived by her partner of 25 years, Tom Goulet of Berwick; mother Lillian Burke of Sanford; father and step mother Michael and Susan Lanouette of North Berwick; son Dylon Lahue and daughter Jamie Lahue of Berwick; sister Meridith Marston and husband Jon of Orlando, FL.; brother-inlaw Dale Lahue and wife Robin of Dover, NH; three grandchildren, Riley, Lucas and Erin, as See LAHUE page 26...

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May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, helper of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day, by the 9th day your prayers will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised and done.

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Bernier-Gelinas FUNERAL HOME

Kittery, ME We are often asked by the families we serve, here at JS Pelkey & Son and Bernier Funeral Homes, why certain expressions and traditions exist in the funeral service industry. One of the most often asked questions is “Why send flowers to a memorial service or funeral, aren’t they just a waste of money?” Well nothing could be further from the truth. As my friend Todd Van Beck recently wrote in an article: Flowers are sent to funerals for several reasons. Flowers are a means of expression. It is often difficult for those mourning a death to put feelings into words. Flowers are a visual expression of love, sympathy, and respect. They are a way of lending support and sharing the burden of grief. In addition to sending flowers to the funeral, there is a growing trend to send flowers to the home of the bereaved after the service. Some people also send flowers to the church in memory of the deceased. Flowers create a background of warmth and beauty which adds to the dignity and consolation of the service. Those who have attended services where there were no flowers have noted that something was

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bereaved’s feelings in the patterns of community support which are psychologically beneficial. Flowers, however, express the inexpressible – they are symbolic.

missing – that the funeral was depressing. The funeral meets the bereaved’s need for support. Death throws people into despair and depression by separating them from one who has provided love, companionship, and security. The funeral and customs provide the means by which those close to them can give their support and share their suffering. The funeral period provides for the expression of sorrow. Only through talking about the past can the bereaved person realize the extent of the relationship with the deceased, and accept the loss and suffering. Only through weeping and talking to good listeners can they release their grief and feelings of guilt and hostility. Experts in grief therapy believe that it can be expressed best through rites, rituals, and ceremonies. The ceremony deals primarily with intellectual concepts and doesn’t fully engage the

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There are three points to be stressed, finally, in connection with the tradition of funeral flowers. First, the role of flowers are both symbolic and aesthetic. They add great value to the richness and meaning of the ritual. Second, flowers represent sympathy extended to the bereaved. Third, flowers are sent to both the living and the dead. They are sent to the living as comfort and as tokens of respect for the deceased. We, at the JS Pelkey & Son and the Bernier Funeral Homes, hold the value of the work our local florists do in very high regard. We always encourage the families we serve to contact a local florist directly. Certainly there are national floral outlets that can be reached with a simple Google search but, honestly, the quality of these products are often substandard. Simply click the “Send Flowers” tab on our website and you will be directed to our list of trusted florists. Please call us about any questions with which we may help.

49 South St., Somersworth, NH 603-692-2160 www.berniergelinasfh.com

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~ Pets ~

Emma’s Angels

Safe Haven

AWS

NORTH BERWICK Meet sweet Tillie! She is a one-year-old Rat Terrier mix from the south looking for a quiet, happy home in Maine. Tillie is spayed and up-to-date on shots. She is 30 lbs. Tillie has a very subdued personality so kids over 8 only please. If you would like to meet this pretty girl, call Emma’s Angels Rescue 207-676-5599. We are based at 30 Meeting House Road in North Berwick.

WELLS Chip and Dale have been on a remarkable journey before arriving here at Safe Haven. They were born in Miami, under a house that was being renovated. The mother cat and her 3 kittens hid underground while hammers pounded and saws buzzed above their heads. Luckily, a kind person learned about their plight and brought them into her home. When it was time for neutering, momma and her

WEST KENNEBUNK Meet Taylor (left) and Miko (right)! They are having a ball playing outside during these dog days of summer. They, along with several of their young canine friends, will be available for adoption on Thursday, August 8. For more information, visit www.animalwelfaresociety.

Say Goodbye At Home

Mobile Veterinary Euthanasia Services • Susan Holt, DVM We are a mobile veterinary euthanasia practice serving York County and surrounding areas. We come to your pet to allow a peaceful passing in the comfort of your own home. Phone consultations are free and you can speak directly to the veterinarian about your pet’s overall health and end-of-life options. We also offer cremation services and take the remains to the local crematorium for aftercare.

Please visit our website at www.saygoodbyeathome.us or call Dr. Susan Holt directly at (508) 375-1234.

three boys all went to the vet. The kittens’ surgeries went well, but momma’s did not. After her surgery, she was kept overnight at the vet, and during the night

Country Time Pet Boarding Kennels 162 Boyd Road Wells, Maine 04090

(207) 676-2248

Cats - Dogs - Birds - Bunnies

Reasonable rates. 30 Years in the pet care field. Located in Wells. Reservations required.

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org or call 207-985-3244. AWS is located at 46 Holland Road, West Kennebunk. Our friends from Goosefare Antiques will be running an annual benefit antique show this weekend: Saturday, August 10, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, August 11, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Middle School of the Kennebunks. This is a fundraiser for the Animal Welfare Society. she died. One of the kittens was adopted by a friend, but the fate of the remaining two was a concern. We agreed to take them in and this wonderful woman bought airline tickets for her boyfriend and the two kittens who all flew to Boston and then hand-delivered to Safe Haven here in Wells. They are now at our adoption center, 1420 Post Road, next to the Wells Library. They must be adopted together. For details, call 207-646-1611.

ACAR NORTH BERWICK Introducing Phoenix! This sweet girl is approximately 2.5-3 years old and was brought to us as a survivor of a house fire. Phoenix has had her wellness exam, no signs of injury or damage to her internally or externally were noticed, and she was given a clean bill of health. We decided to call her Phoenix as she “rose from the ashes” quite literally. She is a very lovable cat and likes to chat up a storm when she receives attention or treats. She needs a home with that’s quiet with a low-key lifestyle and minimal pets or none at all besides her might be best. Please come by our NEW open adoption hours from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 10 at our facility, 251 Country Club Road (Route 4), Sanford or call Marilyn at 207490-2855 or Amanda at 603-2053615.

~ Real Estate ~ OPEN HOUSE: SAT 8/10 • 11AM-1PM

THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME

5 ELMWOOD DRIVE, BERWICK

GORGEOUS HOME is 3 years old and just like new! Over 2,400 SF with highend finish and great features: 4 BRs, 2.5 BAs, HW floors throughout, HW staircase, beautiful kitchen, formal dining room, large family room, central air, 2-car garage, and an excellent location on a level 1.69 acre lot. Stop in and take a look! $369,900 Directions: Rte 9 to Old Sanford Rd. Left onto Cranberry Meadow. Left on Elmwood.

As your local Real Estate expert I am involved in every step of the Buying and Selling Process. To Sell your Home or Find your Dream Home, call me, Greg Gosselin at 207.725.2353

REAL ESTATE GUIDE

207.363.2414 - 647 US Rt 1, Ste 210, York, ME 03909

207-439-8360 1703 State Road Eliot, ME 03903 Lynne 252-0752 • Suzette 252-5927 • Dan 603-828-9067

FOR SALE 16 Agamenticus Road, South Berwick 3BR I 2 BA

Spacious Colonial just a 5 minute walk to all the amenities of downtown. Home has wonderful features: Great room with vaulted ceiling and glass doors to patio and large yard, fireplaces in 5 rooms, over sized screen porch and tons of charm!

$395,000 MLS#1427377

9 Maple Street- North Berwick Call/ Text 207-384-4663 info@porticorealty.net www.porticorealty.net


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IT’S A SELLERS’ MARKET.

Contact the #1 Agent in York County, ME* for a no-obligation market analysis on your home – it may be worth more than you think!

Open Weekends 12-3 and Any Day – Appointments Suggested Gated Community – 430 Post Road, Wells, Maine

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HURRY – SOLD 5 THIS MONTH! Beautifully Landscaped, Tranquil and Private Close to Beach • 2 Club Houses w/ Laundry • 3 Heated Pools, Tennis, Trolley For additional information or appointment: Valerie Vrettos (207) 337-2542

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Associate Broker/Owner 96 Portland St, South Berwick, ME 03908 Business (207) 384-4008 Mobile (207) 752-0407 Jerry.Tatlock@Century21.com www.Century21BarbaraPatterson.com Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

207.384.4008

96 Portland St, South Berwick, ME 03908 Info@Century21BarbaraPatterson.com

www.Century21BarbaraPatterson.com OPEN HOUSE: SAT 8/10 11AM - 1PM

SOUTH BERWICK CUSTOM HOME TO BE BUILT

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45 Earls Road, South Berwick $339,900

3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, completely renovated. $399,900

OPEN HOUSE: SAT 8/10 10AM - 12PM

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20 Autumn St, Rochester, NH $259,000

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Pretty 2.2 acre parcel offering privacy and an ideal location near town, with 4 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms. Buyers invited to bring their own plans and designs. $549,900

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OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, AUGUST 10 12-2PM

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across from Short Sands Beach! View Units 211/213. Check in at the front desk.

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~ Ask The Computer Lady ~

Sealcoating & Driveway Repair

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connect my main display monitor, all ICONS get scrambled. When I reconnect the main monitor, all my ICONS remain scrambled. Is there any way I can stop this? Michael Dear Michael, I can picture exactly what you are describing because the same thing happens when you change the resolution on a monitor and the desktop icons get rearranged. I am not aware of a way to stop this from happening, hopefully someone else will have an idea for us, but I can give you a few tips to help you keep the icons in place. If you kept all your desktop shortcuts on the laptop screen, they would not need to re-arrange themselves

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when you are using the laptop without the second monitor. If you have too many icons for that to work, you could try organizing the icons into folders. For example, on my desktop, I have all the shortcuts that I use for web design in one folder, I have all the shortcuts for computer repair programs in another folder, and sewing shortcuts in another folder. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, My computer has slowed down, home page (which has been the same for years) has been changed to some search place (iselect I think) and try as I might, I can’t get it to go back to my original settings even through Tools/Options. Edwina Dear Edwina, It sounds like you have been infected with some malware. The first thing you need to do is remove the malware. You can start by searching through your installed programs and uninstalling anything that you did not intend to install. Next, find a good anti-malware program and scan, then remove any

malware found. I like Emsisoft for this. Lastly, you will probably have to reset a lot of your browser settings. Not just the home page, but also the search engines and extensions. If this is not something you are comfortable doing, bring it into your local computer repair shop and they will be able to clean it out for you. This is something that I do for my customers all the time. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Can you recommend a good password generator? Thanks, Robert Dear Robert, LastPass has a great password generator on their website at: https://lastpass.com/generatepassword.php There, you can specify the length of the password, what kind of characters to include along with several other options. The passwords are actually generated on your computer, not on their website so they don’t have access to the password you generate. While password generators are great for creating strong, secure passwords, they are not great

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Dear Computer Lady, I have enjoyed your information for a long time. Keep up the great work. My problem: I have a Lap Top and I use a second monitor as my main display device. I have LOTS of desk top short-cut ICONS spread over both monitors. When I dis-

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for creating easy to remember passwords. If you need to keep the password in your head, try using the first letter of each word in a phrase or song, along with a few digits of a telephone number you want to memorize. That makes it easy for you to remember, but hard for others to crack. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have windows 10 and am looking for something to do a contact list that I can print labels, envelopes, phone numbers etc from. Any suggestions? Thanks, Helen Dear Helen, It sounds like you need either an office suite, or a good desktop publishing program. If you have Microsoft Office, you can create a contact list in Excel. Each column across would be a field like, LastName, FirstName, Address, City, State, ZipCode and so forth. Then, you make each row across a single person. Once you have this contact list created, you can use Word to print labels, envelopes or whatever you need by doing a Mail Merge. This is not the most simple solution, but it is the most powerful. A desktop publishing program would probably be a little easier, but the method varies from one program to the next so I couldn’t give you directions. Look for a program that makes greeting cards and has some sort of mail merge capabilities. Another possibility would be the Avery label website. They have an online program that you can use to print labels, just go to avery. com and click on “Templates”. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. To submit a question, email her at elizabeth. boston@gmail.com.

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~ Home & Business Services ~ PAINTING

KEY PAINTING • fully insured • • free estimates • • over 30 years experience •

House Painting Over 26 Years Experience

Mold & Mildew Removal Power Washing Interior & Exterior Commercial & Residential

207.439.5318 John Kardulas

interior - exterior professional - insured

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

207-324-8362

WASTE REMOVAL

ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES

Have A Problem with Animals? Call us at

324-8025

www.animalcontrolpros.com

SEWING

ES ALL ISLIAZBLE AVA

All Seasons Land, Inc.

ROLL OFF DUMPSTER SERVICE & CLEAN OUTS 10, 15, 20 Yard Dumpsters Servicing Southern Maine Fully Insured

Tailoring & Alterations Creative Mending Custom Dressmaking 207-676-9561 www.elizabethboston.com

www.allseasonslandinc.com / (207) 502-7511

PRESSURE WASHING

15 Yard Dumpster up to 4000 lbs.

207-229-7698

$395

20 Yard Dumpster

Bryce Bedard Licensed & Insured Maine & NH

MASONRY

up to 5000 lbs.

House Wash, Roofs, Gutters, Porches, Walkways, Driveways, Mobile Detailing, Fleet Washes, Heavy Equipment, Trailers, RVs, Campers, Restaurants, Concrete, Removal of Mold, Mildew & Rust, etc.

Paul Thurston

Servicing Southern Maine

www.mainepressurewashing.com

LOGGING / EXCAVATION

Masonry

(207) 324-8118

Email: sricher@metrocast.net

Basement Water Proofing Chimneys (New or Repaired) New Flashing, Steps, Walkways Patios, Stonewalls, Foundations Drainage Work, Sump Pumps

Fully Insured, Low Rates Free Estimates

Call Any Time! 207.985.3577

$495

DUMP RUNS DEMOLITION Attics / Basements Garages Construction Debris Furniture / Appliances Metal Tree/Brush

Sheds / Outbuildings Houses Mobile Homes Decks Swimming Pools Cement

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Residential • Commercial • Janitorial

Excavators and Large Frame Skid Steers Daily-Weekly-Monthly Rates Delivery Available

Call 207-384-2001 540 Portland Street, Berwick, ME 03901

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Tree Service Work with 70’ Bucket Truck • Lot Clearing Whole Tree Chipping • Tub Grinding • Forest Product Recycling Tree & Stump Removal • Heavy Hauling & Trucking Services

SPECTACULAR SERVICE AT A LOW, LOW PRICE


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~ Home & Business Services ~ GUTTERS & ROOFING

PAVING & SEALCOATING

Sealcoating & Driveway Repair

Darren Gerard

PARKING LOTS • DRIVEWAYS • ROADS

207-229-3551

Free Estimates

Fully Insured

Cuccia’s Asphalt & Landscaping Commercial & Residential Paving & Seal Coating Driveways & Parking Lots Line Striping • Landscaping

207-251-1195 Free Estimates & Fully Insured Owned & Operated by Thomas Cuccia

Commercial & Residential Free Estimates ~ Since 1979

207-967-1393

FURNITURE SERVICES

All Work Guaranteed for Life of Piece Free Estimates Need A Special Piece? We Offer A World Wide Finding Service

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David K. Rocray 134 Ridge Road, York, ME

207.975.5464

CALL: Brian Bourque

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Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Hot Rubber Crack Filling & Patchwork

207.423.0079

www.sealprollc.com • sealpro.bb@gmail.com Commercial | Residential

We Accept All Major Credit Cards

Bryan Bedard

Rocray Restoration

Furniture & Fine Period Antique Repair & Restoration

QUALITY Furniture Repairs Fully Insured | Free Estimates

Fully Insured

Chinchillas Antiques

ROOF SHOVELING • ASPHALT SHINGLES RUBBER ROOFING • WOODEN SHAKES • GUTTERS Accepting All Major Credit Cards

Free Estimates

Commercial & Residential

207-229-8108

bbedard96@gmail.com LANDSCAPING

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PLUMBING

Servicing ME & NH SEASONAL CLEAN UP, MULCHING, HEDGE TRIMMING, WEEKLY MOWING, YARD OVERHAUL, SPECIAL PROJECTS

R.P. PLUMBING

ELECTRIC

Ryan Porell

New Construction Remodeling Service & Repairs Seasonal Turn-Offs

DRYWALL

Insured Master Plumber

Drywall Contractor Residential - Commercial Remodeling Free Estimates

Chris Langevin

(207) 730-1966 CHIMNEY SERVICES

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Swept, Lined, Repaired, Professional, Fully Insured, Guaranteed No Mess

Offering: ¾ Portable Welding Service – AWS Certified ¾ Small Engine Repair – All Makes/Models ¾ Full Machine Shop Services and Metal Fabrication

603-767-1964

Located in North Berwick

Richard Moreau, Master Electrician

364 Cole Road, Kennebunk

207-985-3477

Eric’s Welding

Dick Moreau Electric Serving Southern Maine Small Jobs OK 30 Years Experience Reasonable Rates & Insured

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WELDING SERVICES

ELECTRIC

FIRE SAFETY MEANS PEACE OF MIND

COMPUTER SERVICES

603-674-1273 Cell pbuild1306bp@yahoo.com

TRANSPORTATION

By The Sea Livery

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STAR TEK Computer Services

Virus Removal, Repairs Upgrades, Networking & New Systems in Home or Office Call or email Jeannine at leblancjm@startekpc.com

207-251-2235

Ogunquit & Southern Coastal Maine’s

Most Reasonable Rate Car Service

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~ Home & Business Services ~ SMALL ENGINE REPAIR Gyros Small Engine Repair

Lawn Mowers, Generators, Snow Blowers, and All Small Engines

TREE SERVICES

Small Engine Repair

ATV & Small Engine Repair

Keep Your Summer Gear Tuned!

Contact Tim Shaw: 207-384-5202 gyro01@comcast.net • South Berwick

CARPENTRY

COASTIE’S

“Service You Can Depend On” Reasonable Rates • Pick Up & Delivery Available

207-337-1085

Powersports Watersports Lawn & Snow Equipment Generators and more!

RedMax Power Equipment, Lawn Mowers, Chain Saws, All Lawn & Garden Equipment Cape Neddick, ME

207-361-1139

150 Route 236 Berwick, ME 03901 www.coastiessmallengine.com

ELIOT SMALL ENGINE REPAIR, INC.

HOME IMPROVEMENT

RTE 236, ELIOT, MAINE 207-439-4015

CASON CARPENTRY

TREE SERVICES

Three Generations of Expertise Pruning Chipping

Tree Removal Cabling 65’ Bucket Truck

Residential / Commercial / Fully Insured / Free Estimates

Home improvements remodeling & repairs Expert finish carpenter No job too small

207-361-4019

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Handyman Services

Pickup & Delivery Available

www.PineTreeServices.net 207.286.6942

STEVE’S CARPENTRY

HOME IMPROVEMENT

New Toro Lawn Mowers We Service All Brands

Pine Tree Services

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NO JOB TOO SMALL FREE ESTIMATES

207-423-5058 HOLCOMB & SON

Licensed & Insured

Kitchen, Basement & Bath Remodeling ~ Decks Replacement Windows ~ General Carpentry & Repair Dan Cason Cell: (207) 651-8580 Tel/Fax: (207) 676-9840 Email: casoncarpentry@yahoo.com

Dave The Door Man Installations & Repairs Interior & Exterior Storm, Shower, Basement Wood, Steel, Fiberglass Weather Stripping Lock Replacements Call Dave Lomasney

207-475-8928

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REMODELING

project done? No project too small. Make your house a home again!

Garages, Additions, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Decks, Interior Trim, Basements, Drywall, Painting... Ask for Glen

Nelly’s Handyman Kevin Poirier | Owner

(207) 219-2681

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Remodeling & Repair • Interior/Exterior Painting • Carpentry Yard Work • Power Washing • Wallpapering & Stenciling

Handyman Jack, etc. LLC by Jack and Diane

Professional, experienced, fully insured • FREE estimates

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CONSTRUCTION No job too small

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Homes • Additions • Remodeling • Garages • Decks Roofs • Painting (Interior & Exterior) • Siding Replacement Windows • Kitchen & Baths

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M CHADBOURNE Excavation & Landscaping

• Full Site Work • Frost Walls • Septic Tank Replacement • Leach Fields • Drainage • Stumping • Driveways • Loaming • & Much More

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Matt Chadbourne, Owner Wells FULLY INSURED FREE QUOTES COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL

Richard St. Charles Building - Remodeling 207-641-2362

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Interior Trim • Additions & Remodels Custom Built-ins • Windows & Doors EPA RRP Certified, Licensed & Insured

603.674.4213

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SPORTS

Paddle Battle at Nonantum Resort KENNEBUNKPORT The Nonantum Resort presents the 7th Annual Paddle Battle on Sunday, August 11. Register to participate in a super fun race down the Kennebunk River! The event runs from 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., with races starting at 12:30 p.m. Race divisions include: SUP (race or recreation), Team Kayak & Canoe (race or recreation), Solo Kayak

& Canoe (race or recreation), Surf Board, Crazy Craft, & Kids Fun. Pre-registration is $25 Individual or $35 Tandem. Day-of registration: $35 Individual or $35 Tandem. PFDs are required “1 per person” during the race. For SUPs, please have a belt PFD or vest PFD either on yourself or taped/velcro’d to the board. No

exceptions. Parking Sunday is off-site at Consolidated School. The resort’s 14-passenger shuttle will be running continuously to/ from. This moves fast so participants won’t be waiting long for the shuttle. The Nonantum Resort is located at 95 Ocean Ave, Kennebunkport. For registration and details, visit www.paddlebattlekport.com or call 888-205-0726.

York Women’s Golf League –August 5th Standings YORK The point gap has narrowed and the pressure is on! York Women’s Golf League played their second to last round on Monday evening with some exciting developments. Team 5, led by Deb Erikson, continues its hold on first place position with 866 points, but by a smaller margin as Linda

Davis’ Team 6 made its move this week with an impressive 119 point gain. Now only 10 points behind in second place, Team 6 has one more week to catch the season-long leaders. Meanwhile, plenty of great play and fun competition among the four other teams has kept everyone on their toes. Liz Nolan’s Team 2 has

moved up into fifth place position with 751 points passing Peggy Todd’s Team 1 with 729 points. Team 4, captained by Linda Jellison, with 795 points and Sandy Petrovich’s Team 3 with 766 cumulative points remain in third and fourth place. Stay tuned, York Women’s Golf League is where the action is!

...LAHUE from page 19 well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Please join in celebrating her life on Monday, August 12, with a visitation 3-5:30 p.m. immediately followed by a memorial service at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick. A private interment will be at the Evergreen Cemetery in Berwick. • • • • • • • • • •

Douglas H. Lansing, 63 SOUTH BERWICK – Doug Lansing, a resident of South Berwick for the last seven years, passed away at the Manchester VA Hospital - Hospice Center after a four-year battle with liver cancer. Douglas, originally born in Northampton, MA, graduated from Palmer, MA, High School and afterward, enlisted and served in Hawaii at a base as an “S4” for several years until honorably discharged. Doug had a high I.Q. and a myriad set of talents and skills and many jobs in his lifetime. His skills included: car repair, electrical wiring, plumbing, carpentry, refinishing furniture and playing the ‘mouth harp’ or

harmonica on karaoke night. He had a quick and agile mind and a great sense of humor and a quick wit. He loved the outdoors and wildlife. In the last few years, he had become a “born again Christian” and spent his days sharing his testimony of Jesus Christ with all he met, from friend to stranger and in the last year of his life he traveled across country and back twice, visiting family and sharing his love for them. Douglas passed away on January 23, 2019. His siblings will hold a Military Service for interment of his ashes Friday, August 9 at 11:50 a.m. sharp until 12:20 p.m. at the Boscawen VA Cemetery in NH; Friends and acquaintances are welcome, then gather at the Atrium Room at Alan’s Restaurant from 12:303 p.m. for a “pay as you go” lunch to share memories and socialize. For more information, contact Doug’s sister ElizabethAnnLansing@gmail.com or text/call 406-380-2458. • • • • • • • • • •

In Memory of My Mother Claire Fabiano

She Sang Like an Angel By Jim Fabiano The morning was and still is one of the most beautiful I can remember. The lake looked as though multi-colored gems on a clear sheet of glass covered it. The sun was just breaking the horizon and could be seen as sheets of light billowing through the trees that surrounded the lake where my family and I were

enjoying a week of vacation. I don’t know why I snuck out early that morning and found myself sitting against the cabin where I thought the rest of my family still slept. The sight in front of me was both awesome and terrifying. It was just too big and bright for the little boy I used to be. As the scene mesmerized me I heard the song of an angel. At first I had no idea as to where it was coming from. Destiny had me sitting below a small window where my mother was preparing breakfast for my family. The setting in front of me literally disappeared because the sound of my mother’s song was exceptionally beautiful. Her voice produced in me a serenity I will probably never experience again. It felt as though I sat and listened for what could be seconds or hours because her voice eliminated any concept of time. For all of my life I never knew who my mother was. She was beautiful with everyone loving her wherever she went. I don’t think I ever heard her yell or speak poorly about anyone. She was a light wherever she went. Yet, she was always overshadowed by the strength of my father. All she did was support all of us no matter what we did. She was the strongest of anyone I had ever met. She became sick many times throughout her life and healed herself in the knowledge she had to take care of us. She had to be well because she loved all of us more than she loved herself. I could go on forever with stories about what she was and how I failed her. It is foolish now because she now sings with angels.

5K Race During Mill Field Festival NORTH BERWICK The D. A. Hurd Library is hosting its third annual family fun 5K race/1 mile walk/run during the Mill Field Festival on August 17 at 8 a.m. The start and end line is at the Bethel Church at 127 Lower Main Street in North Berwick. Entry fees are

$20 for participants ages 15 and up, $15 for ages 14 and under. The 1 mile walk/run is $15 for ages 15 and up, $6 for ages 14 and under. Great prizes awarded for each age group! For more information, contact the library at 207-676-2215 or www.da-hurd. lib.me.us.

Golf Tournament to Benefit WBFA WELLS The Wells Branch Fire Association is holding its annual golf tournament to raise money for fire station projects and equipment. The event will take place on Saturday, August 10, at Merriland Farm Par 3 Golf

Course on Coles Hill Road in Wells from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. No tee times needed. Adult and child division cash prizes and raffle. Entry fees are $20 for 18 holes, $15 for 9 holes. For more information, call 207-646-0508. Rain date is Sunday, August 11.

Griffin Allaire Selected as Student-Athlete of the Month WELLS In June, Wells High School junior Griffin Allaire was named Student-Athlete of the Month for May of 2019. This award is in recognition of his academics and sportsmanship on the Outdoor Boy’s Track and Field Team where he placed first in the 3200 meter and 1600 meter events at the Class C State Track and Field Championship Meet held this year at Mt. Blue High School. Allaire, who will be a senior at WHS this fall, has now received the award twice. Allaire, who began running in the sixth grade, says that he tries to run five to six days a week and plans to run in the Beach to Beacon Race in Cape Elizabeth this summer. The Student-Athlete of the Month program is sponsored by Wells High School, the Cole Harrison Insurance Agency, and Moody Maxon Real Estate. Presenting Allaire with a plaque on June 12 was Wells-Ogunquit CSD Director of Athletics 6-12 Pierce Cole and John C. Kreie who represents Cole Harrison. Head coach of the WHS

Boys’ Outdoor Track and Field team Jason Hludik commented, “Griffin has made some significant progress over the last few years. He is easy to work with and has been very disciplined in following his training and recovery schedule. He is striving for big things!” Last fall, Bob Winn, a longtime distance running coach of Allaire’s commented, “He is going to have a lot of records before he leaves (high school). He is talented, ” said Winn. John Kreie added, “He comes from a very athletic family who all enjoy distance running so it’s certainly in his blood and he’s a super good kid!” (Photo by Reg Bennett)

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YORK HIGH YEARLY REUNION Saturday 8/10, 4 p.m. at Lobster in the Rough, Route 1, York. This free and casual event is for anyone that went to YHS over 30 years ago. Just show up! Come see your old friends! Rain? If the band is playing, we are on.

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YARD SALES CAPPYS PLAZA 166 Post Road (Route 1), Wells. Sunday 8/11 • RESTAURANT TABLES, SEASONED PIZZA PANS 14” & 10”, DISHES, GLASSES, ROLLS OF 5/8 PAD FOR WALL-TO-WALL BOXES OF TACKLESS.

FREELANCE REPORTERS WANTED The Weekly Sentinel and the Granite State Sentinel are seeking part-time reporters to cover events in our circulation area of southern York County Maine and coastal Hew Hampshire. Hours are flexible. Experience in publishing and reporting is a plus, but not required. Please contact Carol or Raina with a resume and samples by emailing editor@theweeklysentinel.com. For additional information, please call 207-646-8448.

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WELLS BEACH: 3rd flr, 1 BR APT Sept. 16 - May 16, 2020. $1100/mo. incl. all utilities. One tenant. No pets or smoking. First, last & security. 207-351-6797.

ELIOT MAINE RENTAL Small, furnished, 1 BR APT, ideal for one. All utilities included. No pets. Background check. $1000/mo. Call 207-439-2636

Organic, quality, consistent, screened loam blended with shellfish compost. Feed your lawn and garden this season with the best soil you can get delivered to your area. Please visit BESTLOAM.COM or call (207) 282-4445

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MICHELLE’S 1-STOP BEAUTY Located at 1 Varrell Lane, York. Offering facials, laser & more! Call Michelle today for your appointment: (978) 866-9118

SHIRLEY’S CLEANING For a spotless home. Trustworthy and dependable. 207-439-1363

WELLS BEACH: Looking for 2-3 responsible females to share 4 BR, 3 BA, luxury home. Owner travels most of winter. Oct. 15 - May 15, 2020. $800/ person incl. all utilities. No pets or smoking. First, last & security. 207-351-6797.

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BROKEN GLASS COMPANY New windows, window repair, shower doors, mirrors, weather stripping, screens. Residential & commercial. 207-216-9931

AFFORDABLE STORAGE Rentals $50 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404

MASSAGE THERAPY MASSAGE WITH BRIAN Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Therapeutic Massage for Men Licensed and Insured Est. 1999 South Berwick 617.750.3266 Beautiful Private Studio

ACCOUNTING LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: laura.leber.cpa@gmail.com RAYMOND C. SNELL, CPA SOUTH BERWICK Income Tax Prep-Individual Business-Corp-NonProfit C 781-956-2713 H 207-384-5425 Kakemo1@myfairpoint.net

FIREWOOD / PELLETS SEASONED FIREWOOD Cut, Split & Delivered Call Eric Hobson 207-467-0621 GREEN FIREWOOD Cut, Split & Delivered Clean & Guaranteed Full Cord North Berwick 207-409-6567 SEASONED FIREWOOD $250/cord. Buy now! Price will go up in the fall. 603-817-0808 DRY K/D FIREWOOD x-seasoned in dry storage. 1/8 cord (16 cu ft) $299 plus delivery and stacking Call 603-437-0940 www.firewoodguy.com

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HOME REPAIRS CARPENTRY, MASONRY SERVICE Affordable Home Repairs From A to Z, Small Additions 35 Years Exp • 207-205-2359

MUSIC LESSONS SIMPLY THE BEST MUSIC LESSONS IN SO. MAINE! Best Teachers • Best Facilities Best Schedules • Best Recitals All instruments, All ages, All styles! TuneTown Studios 207-641-8863 932 Sanford Road, Wells www.tunetownmusicgear.com

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

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 OFFERED PERSONAL ASSISTANCE TRUSTWORTHY RETIREE will 1) make deliveries. 2) drive to/from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 3) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519

PARTY SERVICES PRINCESS PARI PARTIES Invite a princess/fairy to your child’s birthday to entertain kids ages 2-7! For more info, call (207) 606-4182 or visit my party website (link to Google site on my Instagram @pkimartgalleryx).

GUNSMITHING GUNSMITHING SERVICES Expert cleaning and repairs, stock alterations, recoil pads. Over 50 years experience. Very reasonable rates. 207-450-8957

ITEMS FOR SALE ANTIQUES FOR SALE by appointment only. 207-251-1018

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WEEKLY RENTAL at 41 Brown Lane, Wells. One bedroom available, all included, shared living space with 3 others. $200 per week. Call Sylvia 207-251-1018 ROOM RENTALS Two bedrooms available at 41 Brown Lane, Wells. Shared living Cape house. Utilities, all inclusive. Rent paid by the week. Looking for long-term renters. 207-251-1018

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LEGAL / PUBLIC NOTICES

Pre-Bid Meeting in York County York County is hosting a pre-bid meeting for the construction of a 60’ x 48’ steel pre-fabricated garage. Companies wishing to submit bids for this project will be required to attend the pre-bid meeting. Information packets can be obtained by contacting Facilities Mgr. Rick deRochemont at 207-459-2443 or rsderochemont@yorkcountymaine.gov. The meeting will be held on August 16, 2019 at 9 a.m. in the Commissioners Meeting Room located in the York County Government Building at 149 Jordan Springs Road in Alfred, ME.

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Owned Independently

265 Main St, BIDDEFORD 21 Western Ave, KENNEBUNK 207.283.0108 207.967.6777

84 School St, OGUNQUIT 207.646.4546

849 Main St, SANFORD 207.324.5264

KITTERY $119,000 & $155,000

Have you always wanted to live on the coast of Maine? Well, this is your opportunity! A one-floor Ranch has 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and is the perfect location for everything you need and want — Minutes to the malls, Portsmouth, I-95, and Route 1 — OR — Enjoy the desirable community of Wellswood and the roomy, bright living room with wood stove, and 3 bedrooms including a master with its own full bath. Plenty of storage with 2 sheds, and 300 SF of deck space. Beautiful beaches nearby, and enjoy all the Maine lobsters you can eat!

Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822

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55 Emery Mills Rd, SHAPLEIGH 439 US Rte 1, YORK 207-636-3600 207.363.2497

ALFRED $325,900

Great single-family home with legal apartment over the 3-bay heated garage! Property sits on 2 beautiful acres with a barn, pool, and pool house. The home has 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms, and 3 heat sources. Entire second floor is the master bedroom with bath and loft area. Truly a special property!

Patti-Ann Fortier 207-651-7020

KENNEBUNKPORT $729,000

BIDDEFORD $849,000

12 Lot town-approved subdivision with a right of way easement to the Saco River just behind the property.

Allen Berube 813-532-6087

Pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy your second-floor balcony views of the Atlantic Ocean. Grab your paddleboard, walk down the road, and enjoy time on the water. And that evening transform the kitchen into a cocktail party or enjoy sitting around the custom fire pit while enjoying the smell of the salt air and beautiful landscaping. Potential for garage and excellent track record for rental income in peak months.

Michelle Allen 207-632-6767

NORTH BERWICK $249,500

Great commercial property in desirable North Berwick. Nice-looking building that fits in great with other large homes in the town area. The building has many zoned uses, and was formally used as a medical office building.

Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948

YORK $448,900

WELLS $179,900

Year-round, 2 BR Condo that has been recently renovated. Located just steps to the beach and all the amenities Wells has to offer! Beautiful views of the reserve and the ocean beyond. Quiet association, with a shed for added storage.

Marge MacKenna 207-337-2737

WELLS $239,000

Charming Bungalow, move-in ready! Conveniently located to all the Seacoast area has to offer. Two-car oversized garage with plenty of storage. Take a look today before it is gone!

Kenneth Knowles 207-451-0386

This wonderful single-family home is a short walk to the beach. Offering yearround living with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, close to restaurants, shopping, skiing, and hiking at Mt. Agamenticus — This home truly is the perfect place for having fun and entertaining. Ideal for commuting as it’s only 5 minutes from Portsmouth and 1 hour to Boston or Portland.

Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822

LAND for Sale! ACTON • 5 Acres for $42,500 Frank DiPrisco 207-432-1654

ACTON • 9.36 Acres for $67,000 Frank DiPrisco 207-432-1654

YORK $425,000

Set back from the road, this executive Ranch has room for all! Features 2 master bedrooms along with an updated kitchen and a cozy living room complete with a wood stove. A finished basement and 2-car garage offer tons of storage options. Private backyard with a beautiful outcropping of rocks. Ideal commuter location for anyone in Portsmouth, Boston, or Portland.

Karen Rice 207-451-3990

YORK $249,000 & $245,500

Great opportunity for investment or move right into one of these turnkey, likenew, 2 BR, year-round Condos. Nothing to do but spend lazy summer days on either Long or Short Sands beaches. Expenses are low and there is generous parking. Cconsider buying both — Live in one side and rent out the other. Attractively priced to sell, a MUST SEE!

Marcia Giniusz 207-752-0472

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LEBANON • 1.5 Acres for $37,500 Frank DiPrisco 207-432-1654

WELLS • 1.18 Acres for $75,000 Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822

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