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Scott Vogel By Nancye Tuttle, Staff Writer OGUNQUIT Scott Vogel is a young philanthropist on a mission to give back and help others. It’s been crucial to him all his life and has become even more important since he bought the Front Porch Piano Bar and Restaurant, an Ogunquit landmark, two years ago. “I’ve always been philanthropically involved, and it’s very important to me to give back,” said Vogel recently. At age 27, Vogel is muscular, healthy and handsome. He looks like many other young men in the prime of their lives. But it hasn’t always been that way, he said. “When I was six-months old, I was diagnosed with chronic granulomatous disease (CGD), a rare immune deficiency that makes me very susceptible to infection. It started with an abscess on my neck,” he said. (CGD is an inherited immunodeficiency disease that increases the body’s susceptibility to certain bacteria and fungi.) That diagnosis in infancy
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led to Vogel’s life-long involvement at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, where he has received numerous life-saving treatments, including two stem cell transplants over the past 27
years. “Our pediatrician connected us to the NIH and I was placed on interferon gamma injections — a preemptive medication to build up the immune system,” he explained. He was healthy until third grade, when he developed a
decade. In the meantime, he fell in love with Maine, worked at Amore and the Front Porch and attended University of Maine Portland, graduating in 2012 with a business and sports management degree. In 2014, his CGD worsened, necessitating another stem cell transplant at the NIH, with Josh again his donor. It worked and he is considered “clinically cured.” These days, Vogel watches his diet, avoids anything with bacteria “like leftovers and buffets” and serves on the board of directors of the Children’s Inn of NIH, while raising money for it and other organizations. His latest fundraiser, the See VOGEL page 4...
Annual Chili-Fest Spices Up Next Weekend WELLS The Wells Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their 18th Annual Chili-Fest on Saturday, August 25, at the Wells Junior High Campus on Route 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The “Maine State CookOff”, sanctioned by the International Chili Society, is among the last events available for “chiliheads” to qualify to compete in the World Championship which will be held this year September 28-30 in St. Louis, MO. Entrants for this cook-off have come from as far away as Florida, Nevada and Illinois. The winner of this event will represent the State of Maine. The Cook-off will feature cooks in three categories Red Chili (traditional) made with beef and red ripened chili peppers; Green Chili (verde) made with either chicken or pork and green chili peppers and Salsa. Cash prizes and plaques are given to the winners along with bragging rights. The chili cooks will be bringing their chili to be served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the
“People’s Choice” competition with a $250 first prize. Ballots for “People’s Choice” are included in the “tasting kits” available for sale. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Wells Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fund. Parking and admission are free. For more information, go to www.wellschilifest.com.
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mold-based pneumonia caused by the aspergillus fungus. “I spent a month in two New York hospitals and another two months at the NIH,” said Vogel, who grew up in New York but summered in Ogunquit with his parents, Bob and Grace, and brother Josh. NIH doctors treated him with life-saving experimental antibiotics. His Dad moved in to the Children’s Inn of NIH, a facility that offers support and lodging to families and patients being treated there. Scott received his first stem cell transplant at the NIH when he was in fifth grade. Josh, four years older, was his donor. The procedure worked, and after a 100-day hospital stay, Scott was fine for the next
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LanternFest in South Berwick SOUTH BERWICK LanternFest, a magical night of music and festivities, returns to South Berwick on Wednesday, August 22 (rain date: August 23) at Spring Hill, 117 Pond Road at 5:30 p.m. Hosted by Sobo Central, the event culminates in a parade of light that ends at Knights Pond with the launching of water lanterns and a few other surprises: The South Berwick Police Department will be on hand for touch-a-truck; ChildLight Yoga will offer family yoga; Natural Fitness Solutions has created See LANTERNS page 2...
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BERWICK After a busy first half of summer at public design workshops, the Great Falls Park Committee is excited to share a final conceptual design with the public. Join committee members and the ecological designer, Cornelius Murphy, on Saturday, August 18 from 9 â€“ 10:30 a.m. outside at the House of Hope, 25 Saw Mill Hill in Berwick (across from the park), for coffee, snacks, and a walk-through design presentation. Additionally, learn about implementation, phasing and continued volunteer opportunities that will help the park move forward.
Great Falls Park is a community project to restore and revive the waterfront south of the Great Falls Dam on the Salmon Falls River in Berwick, Maine. The idea for a park on the site traces back to 1992 and was revived during Berwickâ€™s downtown visioning process. Voters approved purchasing the 2.7 acers of land in 2016. Over
the past 18 months, an Envision Berwick sub-committee devoted to Great Falls Park has organized work days, held public workshops, and worked with an ecological designer to develop conceptual designs for the park. Track the progress of the park and learn how to get involved with this community effort at www.greatfallspark.me.
Counterfeit Bills Discovered Locally OGUNQUIT Counterfeit bills are popping up around Ogunquit according to the Ogunquit Police Department. $100 and $50 denominations have been found to be counterfeit. These particular bills have some defining characteristics: All of the $100 bills in this batch have the same serial
Town Manager Amaral Receives â€œRising Starâ€? Award KITTERY The Town of Kitteryâ€™s Town Manager, Kendra Amaral has been named the 2018 recipient of the Rising Star award, by the Maine
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But, he added, at the Front Porch, it’s all about giving back. In the past year, he, his staff and patrons have raised or donated over $150,000 to 10 organizations including the Marginal Way Preservation Trust, Veteran’s Count and Frannie Peabody Center for AIDS/HIV awareness and support. “It’s an amazing opportunity to be here and give back,” said Vogel.
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~ News ~ Grand Opening Kickoff for New Seacoast Democratic Campaign Office YORK The Democratic municipal committees of Ogunquit, Kittery, Eliot, South Berwick, and York have established a campaign office in support of local and state Democratic candidates. The town committees, in coordination with the York County Democratic Committee and Maine Democratic Party, have set up the office in Meadowbrook Plaza, 647 US Route 1
in York. Democrats are invited to attend an office kick-off party on Tuesday, August 21, between 5 and 7 p.m. in the new space. York Dems chair, Paul Stolberg, said â€œthe grand opening event is an opportunity for local Democrats to meet gubernatorial candidate, Janet Mills, and state senatorial candidate, Mark Lawrence, who may be less familiar to southern Mainers.â€? In addition to the featured
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it includes provisions that are important to the thousands of Mainers who work in the defense industry. The overwhelming support this legislation received is indicative of the bipartisan commitment to strengthening our national security.â€? Senator Collins advocated for a number of provisions that are important to Maine, including: Long-Term TDY Reduced Per Diem Repeal. Repeals the Department of Defenseâ€™s (DoD) approach to its long-term temporary duty per diem policy. This policy affects shipyard workers who travel in support of the Navyâ€™s ship maintenance missions. PNSY Military Construction. Authorizes funding for modernizing Dry Dock #1 ($71.4 million in FY19 with the remaining $38.5 million to be authorized next year), extending the portal crane rail ($39.7 million), and replacing the DLA consolidated warehouse ($11.6 million) at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery. DDG-51. Authorizes the procurement of three Arleigh Burke-class (DDG-51) guided missile destroySee DEFENSE page 8...
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Foster Grandparents and Senior Companions Needed YORK COUNTY The Opportunity Alliance has openings for Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Volunteers in York County. If you are 55 or older and want to make a difference in the lives of others while having a great time and earning a little extra money, you have what it takes to be a volunteer!
CAPE ARUNDEL What do all kids need to get off to a good start for the new school year? Plenty of costly classroom supplies are needed that may not always be easily affordable to many in the community. The residents
of Cape Arundel Cottage Preserve (CACP) recently held a community gathering and collected Back-to-School items in order to help make a dent in this need. Among the items donated were backpacks, binders, folders, crayons, markers, loose
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leaf paper and many of the other necessities kids need on that first day of school. The items were delivered to the Director of Social Services for the town of Arundel to be distributed as needed. The residents of CACP, an eight month seasonal community on Portland Road in Arundel, are all new to the Arundel area, but share a common goal of contributing toward the good of the town they call home for eight months of the year.
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~ Library News ~ Tuesday, August 21 at 10:30 a.m. Stories, songs, snack and a small craft for ages 0-5. All are welcome to stay after story time and play.
Berwick Public Library Book Discussion Group Saturday, August 18, at 10:30 a.m. Settled in the Wild by Susan Hand Shetterly. All are welcome whether you read the book or not.
Cookbook Club Wednesday, August 22 at 6 p.m. The Epicurean Book Club is a chance for amateur chefs and food lovers of all stripes to share a potluck-style meal based on a particular cookbook, chef or cuisine. This monthâ€™s gathering will be all about Farmerâ€™s Markets. Recipes can be from any cookbook, as long as they focus on fresh, seasonal, locally-sourced foods. A sign-up sheet and cookbooks are available at the Rice circulation desk to browse and be inspired by. Be sure to bring copies of the recipe and a container for leftovers.
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Ogunquit Memorial Library Retirement Tea Please Come Celebrate Mary Littlefi eldâ€™s 29 Years of Service to the Ogunquit Memorial Library at a Retirement Tea on Saturday, August 25, 4-6 p.m.
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The Incredibles at Fort Foster Friday, August 24 at 6 p.m. We are celebrating the end of Summer Reading 2018 with a superpow-
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York Public Library Monthly Poetry Evening Tuesday, August 21 at 7 p.m. Please bring poems to share either your own or favorite poems by someone else. The prompt for August is â€œmargaritaâ€?; the topic is open for interpretation. Readings from poetry books are welcome. Readings occur in round table format and are facilitated by Priscilla Cookson.
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â€œPeter Rabbitâ€? Saturday, August 25 at 6:30 p.m. Based on the books by Beatrix Potter: Peter Rabbit and his three sisters, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton Tail and their cousin Benjamin enjoy harassing Mr McGregor in his vegetable garden until one of Mr McGregorâ€™s relatives inherits the house and fi nds more than he bargained for. Rated PG for some rude humor and action. 95 minutes.
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~ News ~ Maine Records Its First Bicycle Fatality of 2018 BELFAST 15-year-old Laila Al-Matrouk was struck and killed on Sunday, Aug. 5, by a motor vehicle on Route One in Belfast.
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Productive Ways To Spend The Summer After Graduation come any dejection they might feel and increase their chances of landing a job.
Graduation is a momentous day in the lives of college students. After years of schooling that dates all the way back to preschool or kindergarten, newly minted college graduates are finally ready to begin their professional lives. That can be a scary prospect for some students, especially those who graduate without jobs lined up. The summer after graduating from college can be a time like no other in the lives of new graduates. It can be easy to grow dejected as weeks or months go by without receiving a job offer. But spending the summer after graduation as productively as possible can help graduates over-
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may prefer entry-level applicants with degrees that are not specific to their industries so their new hires are blank slates who can be easily trained. Attend job fairs. While other graduates may be taking the summer off, enterprising grads looking for work should attend as many job fairs as possible. Graduates likely wonâ€™t leave job fairs with employment offers in hand, but job fairs are a great way for grads to meet hiring managers and submit their rĂŠsumĂŠs to potential employers. Customize a rĂŠsumĂŠ for every job. Be sure the curriculum vitae is not static. Write and refine rĂŠsumĂŠs for each job you apply for, mildly tweaking the wording or accomplishments to address the key phrases used in the job listing.
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Significant Wins for Maineâ€™s Potato Industry Included in Senate-Funding Bill WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senator Susan Collins, a senior member of the Appropriations Committee, secured significant victories for Maineâ€™s potato farmers in the fiscal year 2019 Appropriations Minibus that passed the Senate by an overwhelming majority of 83-15. Following Senator Collinsâ€™ strong advocacy, the legislation included $2.75 million â€“ an increase of $250,000 â€“ for potato research and $20 million for the U.S. Department of Agricul-
tureâ€™s (USDA) Integrated Pest Management (IPM), which supports the work of the University of Maineâ€™s Cooperative Extension Potato IPM program. The bill also includes language authored by Senator Collins to give schools the flexibility to provide potatoes through the School Breakfast Program. â€œMaine potatoes are a staple in homes across the country and are a testament to the thousands of hardworking farmers in Northern Maine,â€? said
Family Fun at Acton Fair ACTON One of Maineâ€™s oldest agricultural fairs, the Acton Fair, is taking place August 23-26. In addition to traditional agricultural attractions that include ox and horse pulling,
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Senator Collins. â€œThe provisions I worked to include in this bill will support Maine potato farmers by investing in innovative research at UMaine to improve the potatoâ€™s resilience and ensuring this nutritious vegetable can be offered as part of school breakfasts.â€? Senator Collins has been a longtime champion of Maineâ€™s agricultural heritage. Last year, she introduced the bipartisan Cultivating Revitalization by Expanding American Agricultural The fairgrounds are located at 550 Route 109 in Acton with admission prices of $8 for adults and children under age 12 get in for free. On Friday, Senior Citizens pay only $4 until 4 p.m. For more information go to the Acton Fair website at www.actonfair.net.
Trade and Exports (CREAATE) Act, which would double the funding for two USDA export promotion programs and help U.S. farmers stay competitive in the global markets. Senator Collins also led the successful effort in 2011 to block a USDA proposed rule that would limit servings of a certain category of vegetables that includes white potatoes, green peas, lima beans, and corn, to a total of one-cup per week in the National School Lunch Program.
IPM is a multidisciplinary approach to making crop management decisions, which includes disease identification and weed control strategies. UMaineâ€™s IPM provides upto-date potato insect and disease scouting and forecasting reports to potato growers and industry professionals in central and northern Maine during the potato growing season. The Appropriations Minibus will now be considered by the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Saturday, August 18 Full Circle Music Open Registration & Studio Tour 12:30 - 4:30 p.m. Meet instructors Cayt Norris and Paula Cruz and learn about the music you can make at Salmon Falls Mills, #3 Front Street, Suite 401-402-406, Rollinsford, NH. FMI: www.fullcircleviolinandfiddle.studio, 603312-2647, email@example.com.
Pulled Pork Supper Come down to the UMC York Ogunquit, 1026 US Route 1, York to enjoy pulled pork on a bun, cole slaw, barbecued baked beans, beverage and homemade cake for dessert from 4-6 p.m. $10 adults, $5 for children under 12.
Bean Supper and Buffet The Trail Blazers Family Club, 102 Bills Lane, Wells, is hosting a bean supper and buffet from 4-6 p.m. Adults $8, Children $4. FMI: 207-337-0663.
Pancake Breakfast Every Saturday through October at the Wells/Ogunquit Senior Center, 300 Post Road, Wells, from 8-11 a.m. Menu includes Blueberry or plain pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee for only $6. FMI: 207-646-7775.
Penny Sale St. Aspinquid Lodge, 101 Long Sands Road, York, is sponsoring a penny sale fundraiser to benefit
the generator fund for the YCSA food pantry. There are over 100 great prizes (plus 10 grand prizes!) Doors open at 5 p.m. with winners being drawn starting at 6:30 p.m. Must be present to win. Menu includes lobster rolls, homemade chowder, baked beans and more.
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The 3rd annual Spurling Charity 5K will take place at 9:30 a.m. at Spurling Fitness, 1 Alewive Park Road, Kennebunk. This year’s proceeds will benefit A Place To Start, in Kennebunk. FMI: www. spurlingcharity5k.com.
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Sunday, August 19 Summer Band Blast 3 The Waterhouse Center, 51 Main St., Kennebunk will start rocking at 5 p.m.with local musicians, The Kennebunk River Band, Lincoln Continental, The Dock Squares and other special guests. Attendees are asked to bring a nonper-
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Atria Kennebunk, One Penny Lane, Kennebunk presents a holistic process of transitioning senior citizens to an assisted living community from a prior home at 3:30 p.m. FMI: 207-504-5158.
Stretch & Strength For ages 13 and over from 6-6:45 p.m. SonDance Academy, 2700 Post Rd. (Route 1), Wells. FMI: 207-985-9287 or www.messiahchristianchurch.org/sondance.
Monday Drop-In SonDance Class Senior Modern Dance for ages 13 and over from 5 - 6 p.m. SonDance Academy, 2700 Post Rd. (RTE 1), Wells. FMI: 207-985-9287 or www.messiahchristianchurch.org/ sondance.
Meet the Scientist Researcher Jake Aman will explain how modern laboratory techniques and computers can detect fish and crabs in local rivers and estuaries simply by testing the water and sediment they are living in. Free. Meet at the Visitor Center. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207-646-1555 or www.wellsreserve.org.
“Old Time” Bluegrass and Gospel Music The Drowned Valley Trio will perform at the First Congregational Church of Kennebunkport, 141 North Street, Kennebunkport. FMI: 207-967-3897.
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Kennebunk Al-Anon Meeting 7:30 p.m. at the Sea Road Church, 140 Sea Road, Kennebunk.
South Berwick Al-Anon Meeting 10 a.m. at the First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main Street, South Berwick.
York Al-Anon Meeting 7 p.m. at the First Parish Cong. Church Parish Hall, 180 York Street, York.
Tuesday, August 21 Art HOPE Fresh Air Studio Draw, paint, and write with nature inspiring your senses at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm from 10 a.m. - noon. Artist-in-residence Laura Jaquays will demonstrate watercolor and sketching techniques. Art materials will be provided or bring your own. Meet at the Visitor Center. Free with site admission. FMI: 207-337-2900 or info@ arthope.org.
Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Support Group at Sentry Hill at York Harbor meets the third Tuesday of each month at 3:30 p.m. This month’s guest speaker is Jill Larson of The Gathering Place Adult Social Day Center. FMI: 207363-5116.
Kittery Al-Anon Meeting 7:30 p.m. at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 60 Government Street, Kittery.
Stories in the Old Schoolhouse Come hear A Fine Dessert: Four Centuries, Four Families, One Delicious Treat by Emily Jenkins. Old York Historical Society, 207 York Street, York.
All-Star Sports Camp The Messiah Christian Church, 2700 Post Road (Route 1), Wells, is hosting an All Star Sports Camp for kids ages 7-12 starting on Tuesday August 21 through Friday August 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $75 per person. To register, www.NEFCACAMPS.org or 207985-9287.
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The 1940s: The Greatest Generation Atria Kennebunk, 1 Penny Lane, Kennebunk welcomes Ron Falong at 3:30 p.m. who hosts an interactive traveling slideshow presentation on the 1940s. FMI: 207-5045158.
Wednesday Drop-In SonDance Classes Little Hip Hop for ages 3-7 from 1111:30 a.m. SonDance Academy, 2700 Post Rd. (RTE 1), Wells. FMI: 207-985-9287 or www.messiahchristianchurch.org/sondance.
Friendly Plants Meet weeds you can eat and plants that help heal from 10 a.m. - noon. On this walk, discover some of the friendly plants that surround us and learn how to use them respectfully. Registration required. $7/$5. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207-646-1555 or www.wellsreserve.org.
Of Mice and Mammoths Earth’s largest animals disappeared at the end of the last ice age, leaving consequences for biodiversity that are still playing out today. Jacquelyn Gill shares her study of extinction impacts from 6-7:30 p.m. $5 suggested donation. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207-646-1555 or www. wellsreserve.org.
International Women’s Club The International Women’s Club of New England will meet at Wentworth by the Sea Country Club with speaker Julia Einstein, Administrator of the Historical Society of Wells-Ogunquit who will talk about local history and the many programs available at the Meetinghouse Museum. FMI: www.iwcne. net or 207-318-7304.
York Al-Anon Meeting 10 a.m. at the First Parish Cong. Church Parish Hall, 180 York Street, York.
Thursday, August 23 Kennebunk Beach History Walking Tour Begins at Trinity Chapel on Railroad Avenue at 2 p.m. Learn the history of the development of Kennebunk Beach as a tourist destination. About a one-mile loop, 60-90 minutes, led by trained tour guide. $10 per person/$5 for members. FMI: 207-985-4802 or www.brickstoremuseum.org.
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...EVENTS from page 12 Gallery Talk Joel Lefever, curator of New Englanders Abroad: Souvenirs from the Grand Tour will talk at the Old York Historical Society, 207 York Street, York.
York Al-Anon Meeting 6 p.m. at the First Parish Cong. Church Parish Hall, 180 York Street, York.
Saturday, August 25 18th Annual Chili Fest Sponsored by the Wells Chamber of Commerce this event will take place at the Wells Junior High School, 1470 Post Road, Route 1 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Sanctioned by the International Chili Society and featuring the “Maine State Cook Off” and the “Peoples Choice” competition. Free parking and admission. FMI: 207-6462451 or www.wellschilifest.com.
Baked Bean and Chop Suey Supper The members of the First Congregational Church of Kennebunkport, 141 North Street, welcome the public from 4:30-6 p.m. $8 per adult and $4 per child under age 12. Menu includes baked beans, hotdogs, American chop suey, coleslaw, bread, beverage and dessert. All are welcome.
Summer Concert Series The Reminisants, an entertaining and talented six member band specializing in 1950’s thru 90’s music for audiences of all tastes and ages, will play in the Hope Hobbs Gazebo at Wells Harbor Park at 6:30 p.m.
Block Party The South Eliot Advent Christian Church, 256 Pleasant Street, Eliot, will be hosting a neighborhood Block Party at the church from 2- 6 p.m. Rain date is Sunday August 26.
Pet Adoption Event Another Chance Animal Rescue is holding an adoption event at Maine Pet Supply, 28 Levesque Drive #11, Eliot Commons in Eliot from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. There will be many kittens and cats on hand ready to be adopted.
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KENNEBUNKPORT The Art Guild of the Kennebunks (AGK) hosts its final exhibition of the season from Friday, September 7 thru Sunday, September 9 at the South Congregational Church Community House at 8 Temple Street, Kennebunkport, across the street from the town‘s post office. Exhibit hours are: Friday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. Awards will be presented to exhibiting artists in a variety of categories, including oils, acrylics, watercolor, pastel and photography. Loretta Turner, Sales Consultant at Maine Art Hill in Kennebunk, will serve as judge. In addition to original art, prints will be available for purchase. A “Meet the Artist” reception takes place Friday BRAVO Amici to Perform
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Carol Santora’s painting “Conga Line” portrays the lighter side of chickens. It will be raff led off on Sunday, September 9. Proceeds go to the Guild’s scholarship fund.
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Sunday August 26 Night Hike Enjoy a rare opportunity to experience the Wells Reserve at Laudholm after dark from 7-8:30 p.m. Watch the sun set, listen for nocturnal animals, visit the beach, and discover moon lore. Children who can hike comfortably and quietly are welcome. Registration required. $7/$5. 342 Laudholm Farm Rd, Wells. FMI: 207-6461555 or www.wellsreserve.org.
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“Grumpy Old Men” at Ogunquit Playhouse: A Sweet, Simple Tribute to Friendship and Life
By Nancye Tuttle, Staff Writer OGUNQUIT Grumpy Old Men, the Musical celebrates aging in a sassy, slightly sexy sort of way. Now in its world premiere at the Ogunquit Playhouse, the lively production elicits lots of laughs, even as it tugs at the heartstrings in its bittersweet, tender moments. The new musical by composer Neil Berg, with book by Dan Remmes and lyrics by the late Nick Meglin, is based on the 1993 film that starred real-life best buddies Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau as feuding
friends John and Max and Ann Margret as Ariel, the seductive new woman in town. It’s set in the frozen, fictitious town of Wabasha, Minnesota, a place where ice fishing and hanging out at Chuck’s bait shop help folks get through the long Midwest winters. The plot revolves around retirees John (Mark Jacoby) and Max (Ed Dixon), who are coming to grips with aging, loneliness, loss of vitality, their adult kids and the romantic spark that Ariel (Leslie Stevens) ignites in them both when she moves into
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as Chuck. He’s got the best voice on stage and entrances with his rendition of “An Angel.” One minor quibble deals with the Midwest accents several on stage try to replicate. They shouldn’t since they’re contrived and don’t work. Aside from that, Grumpy Old Men the Musical is a sweet, simple tribute to friendship, ro-
OGUNQUIT Season 14, American Idol Winner, Nick Fradiani, will appear live in concert at Jonathan’s Ogunquit, 92 Bourne Lane, on August 25, 8 p.m. Fradiani recently cowrote and recorded his debut record “Hurricane” which was released in August of 2016. He has been
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the neighborhood. John has unpaid tax issues, too, and is stalked by Snyder (Brenda Braxton), an IRS agent whose tight skirts and spike heels are out of place among the boots, scarves and earmuffs worn by the good folk of Wabasha. In the film, actor Buck Henry played Snyder. By replacing the male character with a female in the role, the musical’s creators gave themselves leeway to tie the plot up nicely for the play’s “happily ever after” ending. A new character named Punky Olander, Chuck’s cousin, also shows up in the musical. It’s another wise move, since it adds substance to the storyline, and, more importantly, gives Sally Struthers a chance to show off her comedic chops much to the delight of Playhouse audiences. Indeed, this may be Struthers’ funniest role in the past couple seasons and she brings her characteristic zing to every one-liner she lands and song she sings. Kudos to her and love that yodel. Cheers, too, to Hal Linden, a wonder (he’s 87) as libidinous Grandpa Gustafson, a lusty old guy of 94 who has the play’s raunchiest lines and reminds us all the “life is all about living, but it’s ticking so damn fast away.” The rest of the cast, under Matt Lenz’s fast-paced direction, is up to the challenge of giving this new show its legs, most notably Jacoby and Dixon, the two “grumpies,” Stevens, the lean, lovely Ariel, and Doug Eskew,
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playing the guitar since he was 10 years old, and now nearly at the 10,000 hour milestone of mastering his craft. A special VIP meet-andgreet with Fradian will be held at 6:30 p.m. before the show. to 7:30 p.m. join a small group of VIP fans to meet Nick Fradiani before his show. A VIP package must be purchased to attend which includes a photo with Nick and poster. The VIP event is limited to 40 spots. For more information, visit www.jonathansogunquit.com or call 207-646-4777.
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Brick Store Museum Receives $29K NEH Grant KENNEBUNK The Brick Store Museum, 117 Main St, Kennebunk, received a National Endowment for the Humanities grant in the amount of $29,240 to develop a plan to improve environmental conditions in the Museum’s c. 1850 Kimball House on Dane Street, which houses a significant collection of textiles and historic objects related to the history of shipbuilding and tourism in Maine. “We are incredibly honored
Miller and Eight Students Attend USM Music Academy ELIOT Marshwood Music Educator, Dave Miller, just returned from teaching music at the University Southern Maine Junior
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Music Academy in Gorham. This was his 25th year teaching at the camp. During that time, more than 100 Marshwood students have attended this camp.
to receive this grant to assist the Museum in its efforts to preserve and celebrate our local history. I’m so proud of the hard work put in by our staff to make a winning case for federal humanities support,” the Museum’s Director, Cynthia Walker, said. The Brick Store Museum is composed of five 19th Century buildings nestled in the heart of Kennebunk’s National Register Historic District established in 1974. The Museum is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the region’s rich cultural and artistic heritage through changThis year Miller was joined by eight of his students from Marshwood Middle School. During the week they were there, the students prepared 5 pieces for their final concert which was held on Saturday, July 28. Two of the pieces they played had been commissioned for anniversaries of the camp. “Perpetuation” was written by Maine composer and band director, Brad Ciechomski, for the camp’s 15th anniversary. For this year’s 25th anniversary, the students performed “Snapshots From Acadia” by University of New Hampshire composer and band director, Andrew Boysen Jr. Each composer visited the See MUSIC page 16...
Students pictured are (front row l-r) Helen Willoughby (flute), Elaine Stewart (flute), and Jonah Nobel (trombone). The back row (l-r) is Parker Pease (trumpet), Riley St. Pierre (oboe), Sylvia Bisson (tenor saxophone), Mr. Miller, Rowan Carter (baritone saxophone), and Gehrig Hatch (tuba).
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Community Talent Night at First Church
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nebunks. Also attending the event, with their handlers, will be shelter dog alumni who have become Certified Canine Good Citizens! These ambassadors demonstrate that shelter dogs can be valuable members of the community. This event is free and open to the public. The exhibit of Chris Becker’s photographs and the animal portrait artists will be on display from August 23 through September 2. The gallery is located just 1.5 miles from Dock Square in Kennebunkport at 76 Arundel Road (between River Road and Log Cabin Road.) For more information or to donate silent auction items, contact Julie Feingold at Arundel Farm Gallery: 561-702-6396, www.arundelfarmgallery.com, or Courtney Holub at the Animal Welfare Society: 207-985-3244 x 133.
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and organizations sculpting the culture of our area today. The fair will take place in the museum’s courtyard on Saturday, September 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Vintage Fair celebrates this area’s wealth of history and innovation, showcasing current artists and makers that employ history and historic methods in their current work. Antiques, traditional craft, retro-inspired creations, collectibles and foodways are all included. Applicants are welcome to visit the www.brickstoremuseum.org to submit an application to exhibit.
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Jackâ€™s Electric Scooter Shop opens as New Englandâ€™s Exclusive OjO Dealer OGUNQUIT / WELLS The Ogunquit and Wells Chambers of Commerce welcomed Jackâ€™s Electric Scooter Shop to the seacoast with a ribbon-cutting on August 2, 2018. This store exclusively sells and rents Ford OjO Commuter Scooters. These scooters are unique in that they are all electric with a patented on-board charger that plugs into any 110V wall outlet. Fully charged they have a 25 mile range with three speeds up to 20 mph so they are bikelane friendly â€“ any resident or
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~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, I have several videos I have from my cellphone etc. and I would like to change the videos to avi so when I burn to dvdâ€™s I can play it in all devices. Please advice. Thank you, Kay Dear Kay, What you need in order to burn DVDs that play in all devices is a software program made to author movie DVDs. A movie DVD that plays in all devices is not made by just burning a file onto the disk, you need to create, or author the DVD specifically for playing movies. I have used Roxio Creator to author DVDs in the past, and it has worked great. There are probably other programs available as well, but I donâ€™t have experience authoring DVDs with them. Here are just a few: Cyberlink Power Director, Magix Movie Edit Pro and Nero Video Pro. I hope this helps, Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, All of a sudden I cannot copy and paste. I can highlight but as soon as I take my finger off the highlight goes away. I write a lot and copy for others. Hope you can help? Arthur Dear Arthur, It sounds like either the mouse or keyboard is not working right. If one of the arrow keys on your keyboard was stuck, this would cause your highlighting to go away. Or, if the mouse button was stuck, it would also remove highlighting. If you are using a desktop computer, try replacing the mouse and/or keyboard to see if one of them is causing the problem. If you are using a laptop, you might have to disable the built in touchpad and/ or keyboard and plug in a usb replacement to see if that is causing the problem. Let me know if this helps solve your problem. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have a fairly new computer and its running very slow. There is plenty of room on the hard drive so I just donâ€™t un-
derstand. One of my daughters friends said that the memory may be full. Whatâ€™s the difference between the memory and the hard drive? Also can I clean out the memory? Thanks so much for your help in advance, I have learned a lot from your newsletters.... keep it up! Pam Dear Pam, There are two different kinds of memory in your computer. One, is memory that is used for storage, usually that is your hard drive. When your hard drive gets too full, your computer will slow down, however, with the large hard drives in systems these days, that is not usually an issue. The other type of memory is working memory, usually referred to as RAM memory. RAM cannot hold onto information when the power is off, so it gets cleared out and re-loaded each time you restart your computer. That is why re-booting your computer often fixes problems. There are two ways you can speed up your computer if the RAM is too full. One is to purchase more RAM, and the other is to stop some of the programs that are loading when the computer boots. If you are running Windows 7, 8 or 10, you really want to have at least 8GB of RAM in your computer. If
you use your computer for photo and/or video editing, you want to have even more. I currently have 32GB of RAM in my computer, which keeps it running nice and fast. If you have plenty of RAM, but your computer is running slower and slower, you have too many programs loading when your computer starts. Take a look at the icons in your system tray, located in the lower right of your screen. Are there more than 5 or 6 icons there? They all represent programs that are loaded in memory and running the whole time you use your computer. There can also be other programs running that didnâ€™t put an icon in the system tray. To see all the items that are loading when your computer starts, open the task manager. You can open it easily by pressing Ctrl, Alt and Del on your keyboard at the same time, or just tap the start button and type, task manager. Once in the task manager, click on the â€œStartupâ€? tab, and you will see a long list of items. Every item that is enabled is running. To stop items from running the next time you start your computer, just click once on the item, then click the â€œDisableâ€? button in the lower-right corner of the window. Your changes will take place when you restart
your computer. You can turn off any items you wish, but some you will want to keep running, especially, things like your antivirus. Elizabeth Hi Computer Lady I love your newsletter, I always file just in case Ive a problem. Can I set up my gmail account in MS Outlook, if so, how can I do this? Regards, Ali Dear Ali, You can get your Gmail in any email program that supports IMAP. I get mine in Thunderbird, and it works great. In order to do this, you need to go to your Gmail settings and find a couple of things. To get started, click on the gear icon in the upper-right corner of your Gmail window, then click on settings
in the menu. Across the top of the settings page, you will see a row of blue text with things like, Labels, Inbox, etc. Find the text that says, â€œForwarding and POP/IMAPâ€? and click on that. In the section labeled, â€œIMAP Access:â€? click to enable IMAP, then click the â€œSave Changesâ€? button. From there, you will see a link to â€œConfiguration Instructionsâ€? at the bottom. Follow the directions for your version of Outlook and you should be all set. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions
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York Hospital Receives Grant for Emergency Narcan® Supply YORK York Hospital is pleased to announce that the Kittery Block Party Committee has awarded a $1,000 grant to help the hospital provide emergency overdose prevention packs to community members who need access to life-saving Narcan® (naloxone nasal atomizer) for themselves or for loved ones struggling with opioid use disorder (OUD). Deaths involving drug overdoses have skyrocketed across Maine, creating a serious public health crisis. Prescription drug abuse is presently at the forefront, but far from the only cause. In response to this crisis, York Hospital has opened a first of its kind treatment facility that is leading the way to recovery for residents battling substance use disorder. The new York Hospital Recovery Center offers a med-
ication-assisted treatment program that aims to provide a way out of addiction. The program is open to anyone in the York Hospital service area, with or without insurance, and has been created to help local residents in the fight against this deadly epidemic. In 2017, York Hospital cared for 52 overdoses in the Emergency Department. Often, the only thing separating whether an overdose victim goes to the hospital instead of the morgue is a dose of Narcan•, an opioid antagonist medication that can reverse the effects of opioid overdoses. Narcan offers a chance for survival and recovery by quickly binding to opioid receptors in the brain of the person suffering from an overdose, triggering the brain to breathe again. With hardly any side effects, Narcan is essentially a miracle medica-
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tion with a clear potential to prevent death. There are two variations, an injectable form and a nasally administered form, and both are escalating in price due to demand. Barriers of cost and insurance are common, and without financial assistance, it’s becoming more difficult for people to access this overdose antidote. Families who have members at home struggling with opiate misuse need a Rescue
Medication Kit essentially an overdose prevention kit containing a Narcan nasal administration device that provides one-time use. Having a Rescue Medication Kit on hand in the home can mean the difference between life and death. York Hospital has a number of these life-saving kits in the Emergency Department, and this grant will help the hospital stock more kits, as this epidemic grows locally. Accessibility is a priority
of the York Hospital Recovery Center. One central phone number, 207-351-2118, will respond to all Recovery Center inquiries. Whether from a loved one seeking guidance about how to help a family member with a substance use disorder, or somebody in urgent need of assistance for a personal situation, trained staff will provide timely access to care and direct each caller to appropriate resources. The York Hospital Recovery Center can be reached at 207-351-2118.
Study Finds Low Drug Purity in Maine It’s national news that the drug crisis has spread all across the U.S., but many people don’t know how it’s affecting Maine. The team at Laguna Treatment Centers used DEA data to track geographical differences in drug purity across the country. Some findings include: In Maine, drugs were on average 33.2 percent pure, which was the fourth lowest of the states that were analyzed; Despite having the one of lowest purity levels, Maine has one of the highest overdose rates and tied with Massachusetts and D.C. and that drugs seized west of the Mississippi River were nearly 40 percent purer than those confiscated in Eastern states For casual and dependent users alike, the details of chemistry remain dangerously unclear; users never truly know what they’ve purchased. But for law enforcement
officials dedicated to drug interdiction, testing the substances they’ve seized yields valuable clues about the dynamics of drug trafficking in America. The Drug Enforcement Administration keeps detailed records of the purity of drugs they’ve confiscated and discloses this
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Health & Fitness ...PURITY from page 18 those confiscated in Eastern states. Although these findings might be interpreted in many ways, it’s possible drug purity throughout much of the Western U.S. stems from the proximity to Mexico. More than 90 percent of heroin sold domestically comes across the southern border, and Mexican cartels have moved into mass production of methamphetamine as well. Perhaps as drugs drift further east, away from their point of origin, they are more likely to be diluted by middlemen before reaching retail consumers. Interestingly, however, many states where drug purity was highest boasted few urban centers typically associated with drug trafficking and accessibility. In Hawaii, Nebraska, and South Dakota, drugs were more than 90 percent pure on average. It’s worth noting methamphetamine is a particularly severe problem in these states, and that drug’s purity has risen steadily nationwide in recent years. Conversely, interdiction efforts in New Hampshire likely reflect the urgent local threats of heroin and fentanyl, drugs that tend to be heavily diluted with additive substances. That dilution does not equate to greater safety – it may even lead to greater loss of life. When considering which states possess the highest levels of purity for each substance, some surprising conclusions were made. Utah, for example, leads all other states in average cocaine purity – but authorities say many seizures in the state occur on major highways as traffickers attempt to trans-
port drugs to their real destinations further east. Similarly, California was among the top states for the purity of several substances, including methamphetamine and opioids. That could be because California remains a point of entry for narcotics from Mexico, and drugs seized so close to the source have a potential likelihood to be purer. The states with the highest rates of heroin purity, however, were concentrated in the Midwest and East Coast regions. As the DEA report notes, these markets typically consume white powder heroin, and increased poppy cultivation in Mexico will ensure the drug remains intensely potent in these areas in the years to come. Meanwhile, Arizona had the highest rate of methamphetamine purity – the state’s border with Mexico has been the site of a recent surge in trafficking activity and law en-
$840,000 in Funding Announced for Seniors Managing Chronic Diseases WASHINGTON, DC U.S. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Angus King (I-ME) announced that the Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Community Living (ACL) has awarded $840,000 to Healthy Living for ME, a partnership between three Area Agencies on Aging – Spectrum Generations, SeniorsPlus, and Aroostook Agency on Aging – to support chronic disease self-management education programs. “Healthy Living for ME provides Maine seniors with a variety of evidence-based health and wellness classes that emphasize self-care, independence, and preventative measures for those
who have chronic conditions and pain,” said Senators Collins and King. “By ensuring that older adults have the resources and tools they need to manage their conditions, this funding will lower health care costs and help Mainers live longer, healthier lives.” In April, Senators Collins and King sent a letter to the ACL in support of Healthy Living for ME’s grant application.
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People and Business Profiles Discover Hope In Kennebunk
KENNEBUNK In the heart of Kennebunk, there is a hidden, and threatened, treasure nestled behind Kennebunk Free Library and the Unitarian Church, across from where Summer Street Intersects with Main Street. Hope Woods, 72 acres of undeveloped forest and open meadows containing a network of trails and an abundance of wildlife, provides a natural oasis of open space adjacent to Kennebunk’s bustling downtown area. It is an exceptional recreational area with about 2 miles of meandering trails through a conglomerate of giant cedars, copper beech trees, a large hemlock grove, and many towering pines. The trails can be accessed at four points: Barnard Lane (through the cemetery), Wood Pond Lane (in the cul-de-sac), Fletcher Street (across from Me-
chanic Street), and Woodhaven Drive (near the intersection with Longwood). Signs are located at the trail entrances. Hope Woods
Marshwood Teacher Shares Creative Curriculum ELIOT Kris Bisson, M.M.Ed., Director of Choruses at Marshwood Middle School made a presentation on at the Maine Arts Leadership Institute, held at USM, Portland. Khris shared the Marshwood Middle School Chorus’ year-long curriculum that included composing original lyrics and music, discovering sense of place, bringing community into cur-
riculum, and working with Brian Evans Jones, poet-in-residence at MMS. The Marshwood Education Foundation supported this project with a generous grant. This workshop helped leading arts educators throughout the state of Maine learn more about the importance of embracing community awareness through student-designed curriculum.
is the perfect place for a morning bird walk, a leisurely stroll, or an energetic jog. Hope Woods belongs to Hope Cemetery, one of the most visible reminders of Kennebunk’s rich history. Established in 1790, the Fredrick Law Olmstead inspired park-like cemetery is the final resting place for generations of our citizens, chronicling more than 200 years of the Kennebunk area and its people. A new organization, The Friends of Hope Cemetery & Woods, is partnering with the Kennebunk Land Trust to conserve the 72 acres of woods and trails through a conservation easement. The easement will allow the woods to be protected for future generations. If you’re interested in exploring the trails or learning more about Hope Woods, visit www.hopecemeterykennebunk. com.
New Members Added to Tramuto Foundation Board of Directors OGUNQUIT Three New England residents who combine strong professional experience in finance and management with a commitment to better the lives of the disadvantaged, are the newest members of the Tramuto Foundation Board of Directors. Founded by Donato Tramuto as a tribute to two friends and their young son who perished on Sept. 11, 2001 when the plane they were traveling on, United Flight 175, hit the South Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City, the Tramuto Foundation annually awards $20,000 college scholarships to a graduating senior at Bangor High School and Wells-Ogunquit High School who have overcome adversity in their lives. In addition,
2 River Road Inn & Cottages Opens for the Season CAPE NEDDICK Tracey Dewhurst purchased 2 River Road Inn & Cottages last fall and recently opened for the 2018 season. She currently owns The Victoria Inn Bed & Breakfast and Pavilion in Hampton, NH, and a café / catering operation, Victoria’s Kitchen, as well. Managers Nora and Phyllis Hamilton were ready for a change after living on Hampton Beach for the last 12 years. They will living on site in the colonial home while they manage the facility. Nora is a trained chef and Phyllis has
managed many lodging properties on the New Hampshire Seacoast. Formerly Hoyt’s Cottages, then 2 River Road Inn & Cottages, the Cape Neddick site consists of 15 cottages, some dog friendly, and three suites that will be open year round. A pool, gazebo, and wooded area fill out the property. Phyllis’ pebble art and locally-made gift items are for sale at the inn store, which will be open year round as well. For more details, email email@example.com or call 207-363-3400.
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the Foundation has awarded more than $1 million in grants to non-profit organizations in Maine, the United States and throughout the world. “In this year alone we have partnered with nine amazing non-profit organizations, providing them with $1 million in multi-year grants leading up to our 20th anniversary gala on September 11, 2021 when they will each receive a portion of the net proceeds from the event,” Tramuto stated. “These new members are essential to the continued success of this Foundation and will be a critical part of our ambitious plans for the future.” One of the new board members is Michael D. Graves of Cape Neddick (pictured), a retired Certified Culinary Professional and culinary arts consultant with several years of experience as both a working chef in several New England cities and a Chef Instructor at the Atlantic Culinary Academy at former McIntosh College in Dover, NH. While at the ACA Graves was also influential in the evolving Farm to Table movement, had an active role in establishing local farmers’ markets, and was key player in and motivator for many charity events sponsored by the Academy. In addition to Graves, the other new members of the Tramuto Foundation Board of Directors include Joanne M. Bean of Portland, and Steve Savoy of Manchester, NH. For more information about the Tramuto Foundation, visit www.tramutofoundation.com.
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BUSINESS & FINANCE Seven Steps to Leave a Job Gracefully
Deciding to leave a job is seldom an easy decision. However, itâ€™s a more common decision than many people may know, as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the average worker holds 10 different jobs before age 40. People change jobs for a variety of reasons. Some do so because of better opportunities elsewhere, while others simply need a change. Regardless of whatâ€™s motivating a job change, leaving a place of employment can elicit various emotions, including some that may contribute to negative thoughts about a current employer. But itâ€™s always best to leave a job gracefully, which can pay dividends down the road. The following are seven strategies people can employ as they leave their jobs to ensure those exits go as smoothly as possible. 1. Watch out for social media. Itâ€™s best to keep resignation plans to yourself and off of social media. You never know who is reading your posts, and bad-mouthing a soon-to-be-former employer
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can lead to hurt feelings and poor references. Resist the urge to rant about whatâ€™s making you unhappy at work or brag about a new position to your social network. 2. Play by the rules. Your employer may have a plan in place for how the company prefers resignations to be handled. The standard two- to three-weekâ€™s notice is a guideline. Visit with human resources if you need more information, such as whether or not a resignation letter or other documentation is required. 3. Speak with your manager first. Itâ€™s respectful for your immediate manager or supervisor to learn of your departure first. This gives him or her ample time to put a plan in place to fill your position. The more notice you can give, the more goodwill youâ€™re building on your way out the door. Schedule a meeting for this purpose; do not make it an informal chat by the water cooler. Resist the urge to quit via email or text. Resigning requires face-to-face communication. Present a concise letter of resignation as well.
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with Bintliff’s! Our waiter was WONDERFUL! I wish I caught his name. Gray haired guy. He was so kind and thoughtful. He was so friendly to the kids. Our food was amazing. From the salmon to the steak to the burger to the PESTO! Everything was delicious. It was the best food we’ve had in Ogunquit and everyone was so impressed! We will be back!
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~ Where To Dine ~
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~ Obituaries ~
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fortunate to see much of the world together. Carmen was pre-deceased by her son, Mark Blanchette in 1995, and her brother Leo Gerard Guilmet in 1998. She will be sorely missed by her husband, Normand Blanchette of North Berwick; two daughters, Norma Pettegrow and her husband George of Biddeford; Nancy Chastain and her husband Bill of Aiken, SC. She was also blessed to have nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. At her request there will be no services. Interment will be in Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, have a Margarita or a Labatt Blue in her memory. Sheâ€™d love that! Friends can make donations by mail to Seacoast Cancer Center, c/o Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, 789 Central Ave, Dover, NH 03820. Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home, North Berwick. Condolences may be expressed at www. johnsonfuneralhomeme.com.
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2018, after a brief illness. He was born on March 30, 1930 the son of the late Emile E. Caron and Adele Gauvin Caron from Quebec. Ray served in the U.S. Army in Korea and then worked most of his life for Ingersoll Rand as an Engineer specialist in plastic blow molding. He travelled the globe teaching companies how to use these new machines. Ray had the distinct pleasure of making the very first plastic bottle for the Coca Cola company and also worked as a manufacturing engineer for Hasbro where he helped produce the classic G.I. Joe figures. Ray was also an avid outdoors man and enjoyed hunting, fishing, boating, snowmobiling and motorcycles. When retired Ray enjoyed gardening and was a gardenerâ€™s icon in the area. He and his partner, Frank, had over 1,000 varieties of Day Lillies which was called Blue Willow Gardens. Ray also enjoyed collecting and repairing clocks. Ray was predeceased by Frank Dunphy, his Life Partner of 40 years and is Survived by his two daughters Diane Gauthier
and Denise Tyrel of New Hampshire, four grandchildren and seven great-grand children. A time of visitation will be held on Thursday, August 23 from 2-4 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick. Interment will be in the Southern Maine Veterans Cemetery in Springvale. Contributions in Rayâ€™s memory may be made to the University of Maine 4-H Camp and Learning Center, 11 Conservation School Rd, Bryant Pond, ME 04219. Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home. Condolences may be expressed at www. johnsonfuneralhomeme.com.
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~ Pets ~ Animal Welfare Society
KENNEBUNK The Funky Felines and their friends the Psychedelic Pooches invite you to Woofstock, a free dog-friendly festival on Saturday, August 18 at 3 p.m. at AWS on Holland Road in Kennebunk. Join us for a groovy day of fab fun for the whole family! Plus, now through August 18, all adults cats (1+) are adoption fee waived. Hang loose and listen to the tunes of The Kennebunk River Band performing live from noon to 2 p.m., scarf down goodies from on-site food vendors including Chez JJ Authentic Belgian Fries, Congdonâ€™s Doughnuts and Ben & Jerryâ€™s. Stop by the Flower Power Station featuring nifty kids crafts and a far out scavenger hunt. Rock out in the Dog Daze Demo Zone where your pooch can try out the souped-up obstacle course and watch training exercises. Join your friends
for guided pack walks through AWSâ€™ trails. Don your best â€˜60s garb for the Costume Contest (held at 1 p.m.). Prizes for the best dressed adult, kid and dog! â€œDog Days of Summerâ€? Exhibit in Arundel A special exhibit to benefit the Animal Welfare Society of West Kennebunk will be on display from August 23 to September 2 at the Arundel Farm Gallery, 76 Arundel Road in Arundel. Entitled, â€œDog Days of Summerâ€?, the work is a solo exhibition by Kennebunkport Photographer, Chris Becker, featuring his Dog in Cars series. Other highlights will include: three
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Safe Haven Humane Society WELLS Julius is quiet, sweet and undemanding. In fact, heâ€™s so quiet and unobtrusive that he hardly gets noticed by visitors to the Safe Haven Adoption Center! But look up in the nearest cat tree and heâ€™ll be there, watching all the other cats vie for attention. Julius loves attention, too but heâ€™s just not obnoxious about it. Heâ€™s very handsome and desirable, and he knows it. Dark orange with stripes in all the right places, this friendly young dude is just so self-assured maybe he feels he just doesnâ€™t have to work hard at getting adopted. So this week Julius is our Kitty of the Week. This fellow came from midcoast Maine. Heâ€™s young, healthy and deserves a great home and life. Call 207-646-1611 or come in to visit him Tuesday-Saturday 11 a.m. 4 p.m. at 1420 Post Road, Wells. Our Adoption Center has many kittens and cats of all ages waiting for homes. Although they are enjoying the best of what life can give them, they
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really deserve homes with loving families. PLEASE NOTE: we must postpone our August yard sale. The long-range forecast is threatening rain on the saleâ€™s two busiest days so we will reschedule it. We must continue to raise enough to pay for the vet bills for critically ill kitties! Safe Haven Thrift Shop is loaded with fantastic bargains. Join the happy â€œthriftersâ€? filling their baskets with treasures
local pet portrait artists who will exhibit samples of their work, visiting Service Dog ambassadors and a silent auction with art and other items. Opening reception is on August 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. For more information: www.arundelfarmgallery.com or 561-702-6396. Come support this worthy local charity!
NORTH BERWICK Meet Trooper and Diesel! They are a bonded pair of Terrier mixes looking for a fun home. They are Neutered and up to date on their shots but are a bit frightened of men so a few meet and greets would be in order. Just sweet boys hoping for a loving home. If you would like to meet Trooper and Diesel call their foster mom Sherrie 603781-1258 or 207-676-5599. They
are in Berwick. We are in need of wee wee pads!! We have several small senior dogs in foster. If you can donate give us a call for pick up or leave at our drop box 30 Meeting House Road North Berwick.
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Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK Weâ€™re excited to announce that we have been selected to participate in this weekendâ€™s â€œClear the Sheltersâ€?, a nationwide pet adoption drive on Saturday, August 18. Sponsored by Hillsâ€™ and Catâ€™s Pride in conjunction with NBC and Telemundo owned stations, to help find loving homes for animals in need. More than 150,000 pets have found their forever homes since 2015 through this program and we are hoping to see many of our own finding their fur-ever homes too! We have some amazing and lovely cats and kittens from every department. Our sidewalk racks are stuffed with our famous $1 garments, and all inside garments with a blue barb are 50% off this week. Menâ€™s and ladiesâ€™ pants and jeans are 50% off. Donations are welcome before 3 p.m. Please, only donate good quality items, clean, useful, lovely, unique and arty. Beach, cottage and cabin dĂŠcor are especially welcomed. For details, call 207-636-7397.
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would be greatly appreciated for this cause, no amount is too small! Checks may be sent to us at PO Box 552, North Berwick, ME 03906 or via PayPal using the â€œfriends and familyâ€? option to avoid fees to us and you at email@example.com Thank you to all who have contributed so far and are helping us to help them.
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~ News ~
Nomination Deadline for 2018 Silver Collar Awards
AUGUSTA In recognition of the increasing role that older workers play in todayâ€™s workforce, the Maine State Workforce Boardâ€™s Older Worker Committee has designated the Silver Collar Employers Award to honor Maine employers whose policies and practices match the needs of mature employees; valuing their skills and experience, strong work ethic, flexibility, and enthusiasm. Nomination deadline for this yearâ€™s awards is this Friday, August 17. For more information and to download the
application, visit www.maine.gov. A panel of private sector, non-profit, and government employment experts will consider a businessâ€™s flexible work options, training and development opportunities, Compensation and Benefits, and age-neutral policies and practices. Silver Collar Award winners are honored during National Employ Older Workers Week in September. Recipients of the State Workforce Boardâ€™s Silver Collar Award will be recognized to future employees, the public and the busi-
ness community. Successful applicants will be showcased in press releases to local newspapers and industry journals. Questions can be directed to the State Workforce Board at swb. email@example.com or call 207-6215091, TTY Maine Relay 711. The State Workforce Board (SWB) is responsible for assisting Governor LePage in improving the stateâ€™s business climate by designing and implementing strategies that help Mainers enter the workforce as well as advance by increasing their skills.
...AWARDS from page 13 few moments than to go see the creativity of an artistâ€™s work.â€? The Guild has 71 juried members and offers exhibitions several times each season. Only juried members may participate in the exhibits. Guild member, Carol Santora, has donated her painting, â€œConga Line,â€? which will be raffled off at the end of the show on Sunday, 4 p.m., to benefit the AGK Scholarship Fund. Santora said, â€œAfter my observations of chickens at
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local farms, I wanted to portray the â€˜lighterâ€™ side, strutting around, enjoying life, and exhibiting their â€˜cheerfulness.â€™ They live social lives, display a range of personalities, and I express all of that with exaggerated colorful plumage. â€˜Conga Lineâ€™ resulted as one of a series of chicken and rooster paintings.â€? The scholarship is awarded to a promising Kennebunk High School art student. As a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, the Guild appreciates a tax-deductible donation to its local scholarship fund. ...SCOOTERS from page 17
childhood and she graduated from Windham High School in 1945. She then graduated from Hartford Hospital School of Nursing in 1947. In 1949, Lois married her high school sweetheart, Robert (Bob) Pirozok and they were happily married for 60 years until his death in 2009. Lois spent most of her married life as a homemaker, wife, and mom to her daughter, Katie,
making fabulous breads, pies, and cookies. She did return to nursing for 10 years beginning when Katie was in high school and was Director of Nursing at a skilled nursing facility. After spending summers in Maine since the 1950â€™s in 1983 Lois and Bob built their beloved retirement home on Drakes Island and spent their winters in Ellenton, FL. Lois loved to spoil her
grandchildren, Anna, Molly, Kolya, and Andrey with her baking and asked for a holiday wish list months in advance, to purchase â€œjust the right gifts.â€? Lois had many hobbies including refinishing and caning furniture and knitting beautiful Irish fisherman knit sweaters. She was an avid Red Sox and UConn basketball fan, and if the game was too close, she would have to leave the room, but
would ask from another room â€œWhatâ€™s the score?â€? Lois is survived by her daughter Katie (Kathleen) Brantner; grandchildren, Andrey and Kolya Brantner all of Wells and Anna and Molly Brantner of Athens, GA. A funeral mass will be held at St. Maryâ€™s Church in Wells on August 18 at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice.
OjO colors include orange, red, and vintage inspired seafoam woody, vintage orange woody and vintage surfboard woody. Visit Jackâ€™s for a test ride, to rent one or to purchase. Jackâ€™s Electric Scooter Shop is located at 731 Main Street, Suite #104 in Ogunquit (next to Ogunquit House of Pizza) and are open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. For more information, call 207-360-4050 or visit www.jacks-ogt.com.
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UNIQUE post & beam home with 3 bedrooms plus a guest house. Private location near the ocean! NEW PRICE $599,000
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Beautifully maintained, 4 BR Cape in a quiet neighborhood close to Piscataqua River, with a ROW to the river. This is an ideal location to raise your family or retire to. $444,900 Directions: River Road to Rogers Point to Grandview to Locust.
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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
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~ Real Estate ~
REAL ESTATE GUIDE Â™Ă¤ Closings in 201Ă‡. Ready to be on her 201n weekly SOLD list? Janna Syrene | BROKER P L AT I N U M G R O U P M E M B E R Web: Cell: OfďŹ ce: Email:
www.teamsyrene.com 207-475-8626 800-450-7784 ext. 7398 firstname.lastname@example.org
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OPEN HOUSE 11 - 4 Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays and by appointment
Loft with queen-sized bed on lot of your choice with full skirting, A/C, deck. Only $62,900
Master bedroom with king-sized bed, sunroom, A/C. Ready to move in. $77,900
A Gated Resort Community, Beautifully Landscaped, Tranquil and Private â€˘ Close to Beach â€˘ 2 Club Houses with Laundry â€˘ Full-Size Appliances â€˘ 3 Pools, Tennis, Basketball
For additional information or appointment contact Valerie Vrettos, (207) 337-2542
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5 Bedroom Colonial offering a family room with HW ďŹ‚oors & ďŹ replace. Convenient location.$364,900
3 Bedroom Garrison in a great established neighborhood! NEW PRICE $252,000
Large, 3 BR, New Englander with many updates and attached barn. $249,900
Marshwood Estates - 3 BR, mobile home with gas FP and spacious rooms. $109,000
3 BR, 2 BA Contemp. with cath. ceilings, 1st ďŹ‚oor master, 2-car garage, and over 1 acre. $440,000
Large, double wide with full poured bsmt foundation. Needs substantial improvements, $115,000
Donâ€™t settle for average, Unless youâ€™re in the market for it. ÂŠ2018 Century 21 Real Estate LLC. Each ofďŹ ce is independently owned and operated.
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~ Home & Business Services ~ FURNITURE REPAIR
Furniture & Fine Period Antique Repair & Restoration All Work Guaranteed for Life of Piece Free Estimates Need A Special Piece? We Offer A World Wide Finding Service
David K. Rocray
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR Gyros Small Engine Repair
QUALITY Furniture Repairs CALL: Brian Bourque
â€œService You Can Depend Onâ€? Reasonable Rates â€˘ Pick Up & Delivery Available
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DUMP RUNS DEMOLITION Attics / Basements Garages Construction Debris Furniture / Appliances Metal Tree/Brush
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~ Home & Business Services ~ PLUMBING
Insured Master Plumber Master Gas Technician
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~ Home & Business Services ~ PAVING / SEALCOATING
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Sealcoating & Driveway Repair Commercial & Residential Free Estimates ~ Since 1979
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Dave The Door Man Installations & Repairs Interior & Exterior Storm, Shower, Basement Wood, Steel, Fiberglass Weather Stripping Lock Replacements Call Dave Lomasney
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~ Classifieds ~
CUSTOMIZED GUITAR LESSONS All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252 SIMPLY THE BEST MUSIC LESSONS IN SO. MAINE! Best Teachers â€˘ Best Facilities Best Schedules â€˘ Best Recitals All instruments, All ages, All styles! TuneTown Studios 207-641-8863 932 Sanford Road, Wells www.tunetownmusicgear.com
GLASS REPAIR BROKEN GLASS COMPANY New windows, window repair, shower doors, mirrors, weather stripping, screens. Residential & commercial. 207-216-9931
REAL ESTATE WANTED LOOKING TO BUY A home with ďŹ rst ďŹ‚oor bedroom. Livable, repairable, or land to build. Replies conďŹ dential. 207-650-7297
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CHAMBER PERSON at Blue Horizon Motel, 39 Mile Rd, Wells. WAITRESS part-time at Horizonâ€™s Restaurant, 35 Mile Rd, Wells. Apply in person or call Maryellen at 207-646-3178. NOW HIRING KITTERY TRADING POST Join our team of outdoor enthusiasts! Full time â€“ Part time â€“ Temporary. Weekend Bonus Program â€“ Flexible Schedules â€“ 30% off store-wide â€“ $11/hr+. Visit ktp.com/employment or call Paige Hartman at 207-752-9085 for details on current openings.
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Email email@example.com or call Lori at 207-513-3724 www.seniorsplus.org/contractor-info Hampton Inn & Suites in Wells is now hiring for Full-Time HOUSEKEEPING Year Round Exceptional Pay and Will Train â€“ Join the Best Team in Wells! Full-Time
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~ Classifieds ~ HELP WANTED
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Looking for a Sweet Place to Work? Store Associate Seasonal/Part-time If you want to have a â€œjamminâ€? good time, then Stonewall Kitchen is the place for you! We offer a friendly, fun atmosphere, competitive rates, and generous employee discounts. Join our York, Maine retail store as a Store Associate. This position is responsible for assisting guests in a helpful, positive manner while maintaining the appearance of the store, and assisting with operational and merchandising duties as directed. Must have strong verbal communications skills, must be able to work nights and weekends and the ability to lift and carry up to 30 lbs., and stand several hours a day. To apply, forward your resume to: Stonewall Kitchen LLC 2 Stonewall Lane York, ME 03909 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org EOE
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RENTAL WANTED Long term, 2 BR apt or house; single businessman relocating to area. 603-834-0401
PERSONAL ASSISTANCE TRUSTWORTHY RETIREE will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 4) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519
SELL OR SHOP LOCALLY 8/18/18! Giant Community Yard Sale at YORK/OGT UMC (1026 Rte. 1) Rain or Shine â€˘ 7am-1pm To sell your items, reserve lot(s) now for $20/ea. w/o table or with table(s) for $25/ea. lot included. Digital reservation form at youmc.org or email email@example.com. Mail in your reservation money order to YOUMC, PO Box 521, York, ME 03909. Reservations close Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 4pm.
WINTER RENTAL - WELLS BEACH Two bedroom, two bath, W/D, backyard, ďŹ re pit, gas grill, steps to Wells Beach. October 9th to Mid-May. $1450/month includes all utilities. 207-351-6797
ELIOT MAINE RENTAL Small one bedroom APT, ideal for one. All utilities included. No pets. Background check. $1000/mo. Call 207-439-2636
MOVING SALE EVERYTHING MUST GO! 8 Snowdin Ridge, York Fri 8/17 - Sat 8/18 - Sun 8/19 7am-2pm
WINTER RENTAL - WELLS BEACH Three bedroom, two bath house. New stainless steel appliances, W/D, gas grill, gas ďŹ re pit, backyard, view of salt marsh, steps to bus stop. Includes water, sewer, trash, and snow removal. $1250/month plus heat, electric, and cable. Sept. 3rd to Mid-June. 207-351-6797
CLEANING SHIRLEYâ€™S CLEANING For a spotless home. Trustworthy and dependable. 207-439-1363 Available for
ACCOUNTING LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org RAYMOND C. SNELL, CPA SOUTH BERWICK Income Tax Prep-Individual Business-Corp-NonProďŹ t C 781-956-2713 H 207-384-5425 Kakemo1@myfairpoint.net
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PETS FOR SALE English Springer Spaniel PUPPIES FOR SALE AKC, vaccinated, wormed, dewclaws, tails docked. Contact Alice 603-923-3355.
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MICHAEL E. Oâ€™BRIEN Ex-Big 4 CPA in Cape Neddick Bookkeeping, Accounting, Tax & Consulting Services Cell: 508-423-0095 Email: email@example.com
TRAILER FOR SALE 2006 Enclosed Dual Axle 17 Ft. Roadmaster black trailer with back ramp & side door, two roof vents. Excellent condition. $3,499 OBO. (207) 450-9509
SELLING HIGH-END FURNITURE 1 YEAR OLD. Distressed 6â€™ leather couch with nail studs and two large cushions with matching 29â€? leather chair in beautiful rich brown color. Couch $900, chair $450. Also, two Louis chairs with down pillows 22.5â€? w x 22â€? long at $350 each in a wheat color. Has matching hassock 26â€? x 22â€?, asking $225. Chairs and hassock have beautiful detailed ďŹ nishes. Small coffee table 14â€? x 48â€?, asking $95 in sea foam green. Sisel rug 8â€™ x 10â€™ in wheat/beige color, asking $125. Call Donna: 978-273-8416 for info & photos.
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SAFE HAVEN THRIFT STORE Mon-Wed & Fri-Sun 11am-5pm Thurs 12-5pm Next to Wells IGA Wells Center Plaza, Rt 1 & Rt 109
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TWO-FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday 8/18 â€˘ 8am-2pm 387 Beech Rd, Eliot A Little of Everything! Tools, Fishing Gear, Childrenâ€™s Items, Collectibles (Saltâ€™s Glassware, Byersâ€™ Carolers)
WINTER RENTAL - WELLS BEACH Third ďŹ‚oor, one bedroom, one bath apartment. Deck with ďŹ re pit. Water views from every window! $1100/month includes all utilities. 207-351-6797
WELLS MAINE RENTAL Large 1 Bedroom Furnished Apt. New Appliances, Close to Beaches, Amtrak, and Turnpike. Quiet, Safe Location. $1250/ Month includes all Utilities and Heat. No pets, non smokers. Call or Text 207-607-0597 COMPLETELY RENOVATED 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, 2nd ďŹ‚oor apt only a mile from the beach & easy access to the hwy. All new appliances, stainless steel in kit, closet space, washer/dryer & deck. Ample yard space & parking. Larger windows, new & efďŹ cient central A/C & heating unit. $1695/month, includes plowing & landscaping. CALL 207-363-1825 TODAY! Pictures online at www.seasiderentals.com.
YARD SALE Saturday, Aug. 25 * 8AM - 1PM Kayaks, SUP, furniture, garden tools, womenâ€™s clothing 14-18, jewelry, quilts, glasses, dishes, crafting items, and more. 55 Highland Ave., South Berwick
WELLS WINTER RENTAL Three-story townhouse with three bedrooms and two full baths. It is fully equipped with a washer/dryer unit, two 3-season porches, and much more. $1500/ month plus utilities. Available starting October through May. Call 207-646-5164 for more info.
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MASSAGE WITH BRIAN Relaxation, Deep Tissue, Therapeutic Massage for Men Licensed and Insured Est. 1999 South Berwick 617.750.3266 Beautiful Private Studio
GUNSMITHING SERVICES Expert cleaning and repairs, stock alterations, recoil pads. Over 50 years experience. Very reasonable rates. 207-450-8957
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LEGAL / PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE: NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE Please take notice that Graystone Builders Inc., 764 US Route 1, Suite 11, York, ME 03909, 207-363-6085, LVLQWHQGLQJWRÂżOHD Natural Resources Protection Act permit application with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection pursuant to the provisions of 38 M.R.S.A. Â§Â§ 480-A thru 480-BB on or about August 9, 2018. The application is for construction of a single-family dwelling with drilled well, septic system, and one-car garage, at 5 Sylvan Circuit, York, ME 03909. A request for a public hearing or a request that the Board of Environmental Protection assume jurisdiction over this application must be received by the Department in writing, no later than 20 days after the application is found by the Department to be complete and is accepted for processing. A public hearing may or may not be held at the discretion of the Commissioner or Board of Environmental Protection. Public comment on the application will be accepted throughout the processing of the application. For Federally licensed, permitted, or funded activities in the Coastal Zone, review of this application shall also constitute the Stateâ€™s consistency review in accordance with the Maine Coastal Program pursuant to Section 307 of the federal Coastal Zone Management Act, 16 U.S.C. Â§ 1456. 7KHDSSOLFDWLRQZLOOEHÂżOHGIRUSXEOLFLQVSHFWLRQDWWKH'HSDUWPHQW RI (QYLURQPHQWDO 3URWHFWLRQÂśV RIÂżFH LQ Portland during normal working hours. A copy of the application may also be seen at the PXQLFLSDORIÂżFHVLQYork, Maine. :ULWWHQ SXEOLF FRPPHQWV PD\ EH VHQW WR WKH UHJLRQDO RIÂżFH LQ 3RUWODQGZKHUHWKHDSSOLFDWLRQLVÂżOHGIRUSXEOLFLQVSHFWLRQMDEP, 6RXWKHUQ 0DLQH 5HJLRQDO 2IÂżFH &DQFR 5RDG 3RUWODQG Maine 04103.
LONG TERM YEAR ROUND WEEKLY RENTAL Shared living space, your own separate bedroom, all utilities included. $200 per person, per week. Call 207-251-1018.
Upscale Independent Senior Living 1 Bedroom Apts. Available Now Starting at $1,425/month
OFFICE RENTAL SOUTHERN MAINE Rte 1 Location, 250 or 500 sq. ft. options, 2nd Fl, Elevator, $295/mo. INCL Heat/Elec, Conference Rm. CALL 363-1825.
STORAGE RENTALS AFFORDABLE STORAGE Rentals $50 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404 INSIDE WINTER (AUTOMOBILE) STORAGE Route 1, Wells 207-646-7881
TREE SERVICES LIBBY & SON LAND CLEARING Servicing Seacoast Area No Job Too Small Free Estimate â€˘ 207-289-4551
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SPORTS Safety an Important Component of Hiking Hiking is a popular and accessible outdoor activity. According to the American Hiking Society, since the National Trail System was established under President Lyndon Johnson in 1965, the mileage of trails on federal lands has increased almost three-fold, from 88,000 to more than 193,000 in 2015. During that same time period, mileage of trails on state lands has increased from 15,000 to 42,500. And all those trails aren’t going to waste, as the Outdoor Industry Association notes that more than 34 million people went hiking in 2013. Hiking is a great way to enjoy the great outdoors, but veteran and novice hikers must emphasize safety when traversing the trails. Bring adequate supplies. Even hikers going on relatively brief hikes should pack supplies so they’re safe. Pack supplies such as a compass, a map of the trails you’ll be traversing, some basic first aid materials (bandaids, gauze, an antibiotic ointment such as Neosporin®, etc.), extra water, and extra food. Such supplies may be precautionary, but they’re potentially invaluable
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if hikers get lost or suffer an injury during their hikes. Hike only in daylight hours. Hiking during the day allows hikers to take in nature at its sun-soaked best while reducing their risk of getting lost. In addition, park rangers and employees may not be working or accessible overnight. And depending on where hikers are hiking, trails may be home to nocturnal animals that may be startled by and aggressive toward men, women and children walking through their domains. When hiking, be sure to turn back at a time of day that ensures you can return to your vehicle in daylight. Let loved ones know your plans. All hikers, but especially those hiking alone, should let loved ones know they’re going hiking and exactly where they plan to hike. This can make it easier for park rangers or rescue teams to find you if you get lost. In addition to letting others know your plans, leave a note in the glove compartment of your vehicle explaining where you plan to hike.
Know the forecast. Weather can change at the drop of a hat, so before heading out, hikers should check the local forecast and make any necessary adjustments to stay safe. Be sure to include a rain jacket, sunscreen, ballcap, and warm clothing among your supplies to account for unexpected inclement weather. Shorten hiking excursions if storms are in the forecast. Stay within your abilities. Some people may consider hiking a leisure activity, but many trails can be physically challenging. Hikers should stay within their capabilities and steer clear of trails they do not feel like they can traverse safely. Stop by the park’s
YORK Monday night’s competition of the York Women’s Golf League found the six teams playing in heavy, wet fog but that did not dampen their spirits! With only one week to go in the 2018 season, the team standings are as follows: In first place is Paula Dargan’s Team 5 with 944 points followed by Team 4, led by Sandy Petrovich, in second place with 921 points. Team 1,
with Peggy Todd as captain, is currently in third place with 899 points. In fourth place with 885 points is Liz Nolan’s Team 2. Debbie Erikson’s Team 6 is in fifth place with 878 points and Team 3, led by Linda Jellison, is in sixth place with 833 points. The last day of competition will be Monday, August 27. Come cheer on YWGL players as they wind up a fun and spirited season of team play.
Pittsburgh Penguin Joins Effort to Help Save Local Skating Rink BIDDEFORD At 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 25 at the Biddeford Ice Arena, Biddeford native and Pittsburgh Penguin team member, Brian Dumoulin, will visitor’s center prior to beginning a hike so you can get a list of trails and identify which ones are best suited to your abilities. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by third-party sources.
be skating to help raise money to save the West Brook Skating Rink. Tickets are $20 to enter and skate with Brian or $10 to enter the event and enjoy the facility with 100% of all proceeds being used for repair and maintenance of the West Brook Skating Rink. Brian will be joined by Trevor Fleurent of the Maine Mariners and the event will also include raffles and prizes. Tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite.
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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
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55 Emery Mills Rd, SHAPLEIGH 439 US Rte 1, YORK 207-636-3600 207.363.2497
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8 SALT MARSH LANE, KENNEBUNKPORT
419 GRAMMAR ROAD, SANFORD
NEW PRICE just 1 mile from Goose Rocks Beach. Ride your bike to the beach or Cape Porpoise from this light & airy, newly-renovated house. The open concept layout ]fbgqkYklmffaf_da_`l%Údd]\_j]Yljgged]Y\af_gflgYdYj_]k[j]]f]\hgj[`Yf\ deck, creating an outdoor living space overlooking 3 secluded acres. A custom-built kitchen with marble counters and the brand new luxurious master suite awaits you!
JUST COMPLETED NEW CONSTRUCTION READY FOR YOUR FAMILY! Nice location on the outskirts of town. 3 BR, 2 BA, 1872 SF Colonial on almost 3/4 of an acre. All f]oklYafd]kkkl]]dYhhdaYfkoal`ÚjklÛggjZYl`dYmf\jq&FaZa_eYkl]j:J with walk-in closet. Nice deck and private yard. Paved driveway. Only 2 miles from the new Sanford High School!
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Cyndi Smith 207-475-8480
Joyce Veroneau 207-752-6209
Directions: From Route 9 Kennebunkport, take Winter Harbor Rd, right onto Salt Marsh Ln, and house is on the left.
Directions: From Alfred to Sanford at the Route 4 light, take a right onto Grammar Rd, house will be the second one on the left.
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30 SONOMA WOODS LANE, OGUNQUIT
76 POST ROAD #C5, WELLS Darling, bright & cheery, 2 BR Unit with new deck and new updates inside cottage. Private back lot with private space. Well-run condo association. Close to all the coast has to offer: restaurants, theatre, playhouse, large picnic areas, and of course the beach – both Wells & Ogunquit. Get your seasonal beach pass, cheap. In-ground pool, on the trolley line, and pet friendly. Nearly 600 square feet of fun!
Marge MacKenna 207-337-2737
Directions: On South side of Route 1 just before Ogunquit line.
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Candice House 207-608-9611 Directions: From center Ogunquit, go North on Route 1, turn Left on Captain Thomas Rd, go 1.5+/- miles to Bittersweet Lane (Sonoma Woods) on left.
63 WEBHANNET DRIVE, WELLS
Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948 Directions: From Wells Plaza, take a right at Mile Rd, and right onto Webhannet, house is a few blocks down.
NORTH BERWICK $425,000 This is the home you have been eyeing for some time! Northern White Cedar home on 7.5 acres in desirable North Berwick. Featuring a well-appointed kitchen with pantry, granite, brickwork with lots of natural light front and back. There is a Z]Ymla^mdkmfjggeoal`na]okg^l`]ZY[cqYj\Ú]d\$oal`lad]Ûggj$jY\aYfl`]Yl$ and a wall TV with surround sound. The atrium door takes you to an expansive deck with a top-of-the-line outdoor summer kitchen. Just imagine a cookout on a nice summer evening watching the sun set! The front has a DR & LR with wood-burning klgn]Yf\klgf]ogjc^jgel`]dYf\$Yf\Y\]f&*:Jk:9mhklYajk&L`]Úfak`]\ bsmt features a gas stove, FR & sleeping area. More acres available.
Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948
This 3/4 acre lot with an over-sized Cape comes with AN EXTRA BUILDABLE 3/4 9;J=DGLC]]hal$k]ddal$Zmad\gfalAlkqgmj[`gaL`]`gmk]`YkYZ]Ymla^md bonus room showcasing a FP, an abundance of light from the many windows, and direct access to the deck & pool! The kitchen offers plenty of room for a dining table l`Yl[Yfk]Yl]n]jqgf]\mjaf_kh][aYdg[[Ykagfk&9eYkl]jkmal]gfl`]k][gf\Ûggj is expansive with a walk-in closet. Enjoy your evenings outside on the deck, in the hggd$Yll`]Új]halGjlYc]Yk`gjlljahlgDYc]9jjgo`]Y\Yf\mladar]gf]g^l`] Ykkg[aYlagfk[dmZ`gmk]k&
Extraordinary perfection, totally redone from top to bottom! Centrally located to schools, shopping, turnpike, and new downtown restaurants that will have you coming back for more! 10 Minute drive to beaches. This 4 good-sized BR, 1 BA Cape has been beautifully remodeled with new kitchen cabinets, stainless steel YhhdaYfk$_jYfal][gmfl]jk$kafc`Yj\oYj]$lglYdZYl`jggej]\gf]$@OÛggjaf_ j]Úfak`]\$f]o[Yjh]laf_$Yf\f]o]jjgg^^mjfY&FaZY[cqYj\lg]fl]jlYaf family and friends. All on a dead-end street... Nothing to do but move in!
PRIME Ogunquit location! Easy walking distance to Perkins Cove, Marginal Way & l`]Z]Y[`&NaflY_]`ge]^]Ylmj]k@OÛggjk$*>Hk$_j]Yljgge_YjY_]mf\]j&, :Jk$*^mdd:9k^gjeYdjggek[gehd]l]l`akdYj_]`ge]oal`gf]%Ûggjdanaf_&9 year-round home, but could be used for a vacation or summer rental. Bring your ideas for updates and see what living can be in the heart of Ogunquit. Original home was built in the 1920s but with 3 additions: the middle LR in the 1950s, the other LR, BR, BA & FPs in the 1960s, and the front foyer in the early 1980s. Plenty of room for extended family! Come take a look!
Candice House 207-608-9611
Bob Letellier 207-590-5178
Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948
GREENLAND, NH $730,000
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>ajklÛggjeYkl]jkmal]afl`]>gj]kl;mklge;Yh][dgk]lgG_mfimaldaf]Yf\egh]\ ride to the beaches! Open concept kitchen with granite, stainless steel, and HW Ûggjk&+:Jk$+:9k$+%k]Ykgf]f[dgk]\hgj[`^gjYfY\\alagfYd++.K>$Új]hdY$ HDMK*:GFMKjggek$k][mjalqÚj]kqkl]ek$mf\]j_jgmf\khjafcd]jkqkl]e$Yf\ generator. Direct entry from the 2-car garage. Larger lot over 1/2 acre. This home has all the bells & whistles! Club house with in-ground pool too!
L`ak]phYfkan],:J$+:9;gdgfaYdo]d[ge]kqgmoal`YeY`g_Yfq%Ûggj]\hgj[` & swing. Inside is bright, open concept, gourmet kitchen with granite counters, custom cabinetry & double wall ovens. All this is connected with a huge, paneledwall DR with FP. The brand new FR has a stone-front FP, columns & high ceilings. Glass door brings you to the private deck, surrounded by conservation land. First ÛggjdYmf\jqoal``a_`%]f\O'<&EYkl]jkmal]`Yk`ak'`]jkoYdc%af[dgk]lkYf\Y khY%dac]ZYl`jgge&Jgge^gj]phYfkagfafl`]mfÚfak`]\Ylla[ZYk]e]fl&;]fljYd Yaj$lgh%g^%l`]%daf]oYl]jÚdljYlagfajja_Ylagfkqkl]ek&Fg\]lYadoYkgn]jdggc]\
Ken Knowles 207-451-0386
Marge MacKenna 207-337-2737
Marcia Giniusz 207-752-0472
WELLS $499,000 KENNEBUNKPORT $539,000
Weekly Sentinel, August 17, 2018