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Volume 9 • Issue No. 34
Wells Chamber of Commerce to Serve Up Annual Chili-Fest
Lip-smacking, tonsil-tingling chili won tasters’ favor at the 2012 Chili-Fest sponsored by the Wells Chamber of Commerce. (courtesy photo)
WELLS – The Wells Chamber of Commerce will host its Annual Chili-Fest on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24 and 25, at the Wells Junior High School on Route 1 in Wells. The event is scheduled from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. both days. This traditional late summer event, 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 on Oct. 11 to 13 in Palm Springs, Calif. Entrants in past events have come from as far away as Florida, Nevada and Illinois. “We are going to a two-day event this year,” noted Eleanor Vadenais, executive director of the Wells Chamber. The chili event was a single day for the past four years, she said. “But we added the second
day this year to do a memorial event for Joe Harvey,” Vadenais added. The “Joe Harvey Memorial” Cook-Off on Saturday, Aug. 24, honors longtime head judge Joe Harvey, who passed away in August of 2011. Competition on Sunday, Aug. 25, will feature the “Maine State Cook-Off.” Both events will feature cooks in three categories: red See CHILI page 2...
Living History Encampment of the 1600s Planned at Museum SOUTH BERWICK – An outdoor “living history” presentation of a colonial encampment at the time of King William’s War in the late 1600s will be held on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Aug. 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the town’s riverfront museum and park. “This is a family event for all concerned,” said Paula Ben-
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nett, program chair of the Old Berwick Historical Society, adding that re-enactors will travel here from around New England and eastern Canada. The society is sponsoring the event at their museum, the Counting House, to coincide with the 300th anniversary year of the establishment of Berwick, comprising the towns of South Berwick, North Berwick and Berwick of today. Bennett said the participants, led by veteran re-enactor Ken Hamilton, will demonstrate arts and crafts, regulation musket drills, cooking, camp
life, and colonial children’s games. Historical reproduction artifacts, including many depicting Native American folkways, will be on display throughout the site. “This is an easy and fun way to teach history because the public will witness the sights, smells and sounds of the era,” Bennett added. The program is free to all ages and presentations will be held rain or shine. Counting House Park on Liberty Street, along the Salmon Falls River, is See HISTORY page 6...
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Re-enactor Ken Hamilton explains native life in this area during the late 1600s at a recent “living history” presentation at Counting House Museum. (courtesy photo)
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Teams get ready for play at last year’s Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament. (courtesy photo)
York Chamber to Host Annual Golf Tourney YORK – The Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce will present its 15th Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, Aug. 26, at The Ledges Golf Club. A box luncheon at noon will be followed by a shotgun start in scramble format at 1 p.m. An array of raffle and player prizes are planned, including a chance to win an iPad from York Hospital. J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home, the presenting sponsor, will provide some unexpected props on the course. A drive-through hospitality tent will be sponsored
by Tapley Insurance and will include barbecue bites from The Meat House. Contributing sponsors Estes Oil and York Hospital will host surprise activities. A traditional Boston Whaler competition sponsored by York Harbor Marine and a $10,000 Hole in One contest sponsored by Lontine Insurance are also slated. A “Play with the Pro” event will feature Matt Blasik, who will be on the course to challenge players’ skills and offer tips. See GOLF page 27...
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~ News ~ Hood Blimp Docks at Sanford Airport SANFORD – The Hood Blimp, docked at the Sanford Airport, arrived in the area this week to film the Sidewalk Festival in Portland. Mats Backlin, chief flight pilot of the Hood Blimp, said Sanford Airport is the most suitable local airport for the blimp because it holds the free space needed for the craft. He also cited the support the crew receives from Southern Maine Aviation, which is based at the airport. The Hood Blimp, which is under contract with the Red Sox, is able to travel when the team is playing away games. This week the crew will be traveling over the coast and to Portland to film the festival and some baseball games being played in Portland. The Hood Blimp is manned 24 hours a day because the blimp itself has no internal frame and needs to stay at a constant pressure. As the helium inflates and deflates with heat and cold personnel needs to be on hand to regulate that inner pressure. The Hood Blimp is easily seen from Southern Maine Aviation’s patio when it is docked along taxiway Delta. The public is welcome to come and take photos.
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Photo to left: Charles and Marcia Oakes Woodbury working with a student c. 1899 (courtesy photo)
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Atria Kennebunk Residents View Whales
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KENNEBUNK – Residents of Atria Kennebunk recently participated in a five-hour trip at sea on Nick’s Chance Whale Watch Tours out of Dock Square in Kennebunkport. Capt. Gary Grenier spoke of the history of the surrounding area along with information about local fisheries. On the way out to Jeffery’s Ledge, the residents spotted a minke whale and about 30 minutes later, they came across an entire pod of finbacks.
a spot known for generations as Quamphegan Landing. Inside the Counting House Museum, visitors can see a new archaeology display of household utensils and other artifacts actually used at the homestead of Humphrey and Lucy Chadbourne, who operated a mill and raised a family in South Berwick in the late 1600s. Their house was believed to have been destroyed in 1690 during a conflict known as
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King William’s War, when French and Native war parties attacked English settlers in the area of today’s South Berwick, then known as Quamphegan. Among the other homes believed destroyed in such a raid was that of Thomas Holmes, whose mill stood at Quamphegan falls near the site of the living history presentation. “We will interpret a military flying camp as well as the native fur trade, fishing and hunting culture of the ‘half Indianized’ French and ‘half Frenchified’ Indians,” Hamilton explained. He said today’s South Berwick and Rollinsford, N.H., on both sides of the Salmon Falls, were once a Wabanaki or “East/Dawn Land” center for seasonal habitation, fishing, and canoe travel. English colonization and settlement forever altered the traditional access and use of this important area. During the late 1600s and early 1700s, the English residents of the Berwicks, then called Newichawannock, adapted to a world dominated by a struggling economy, food shortages, rumors of Wabanaki and French attacks, militia call ups, and life in garrison. Wabanaki and French forces attacked Berwick on several occasions, the most devastating taking place in 1676 and 1690. “European wars between the English and French then gave the displaced descendants of the original Native families the opportunity to ally with the French and retaliate against the loss of this important part of their original homeland and its resources (critical during fish runs, canoe routes and portages), and avenge grievances against the vulnerable, remote English settlements and habitations,” Hamilton said. As a natural water/canoe highway system, the area’s connecting rivers, lakes and bays made Quamphegan both a natural/automatic target and “pit stop” for French invasions and raiding parties, especially when the rivers froze. French raiders were accompanied by “local” Native guides. Raids on the area in March 1690 and on Haverhill in August 1708 were led by a Frenchman named Hertel de Rouville. Retreating French and Native raiders from the Haverhill attack set up a rear guard counter ambush on pursuing militia at the Salmon Falls bridge. More information on the living history event and all the society’s programs is available by calling 207-384-0000, writing firstname.lastname@example.org, or logging on to www.oldberwick. org.
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~ News ~ Wells-Ogunquit CSD School Bus Routes 2013-2014 WELLS / OGUNQUIT – The following are the pickup/drop-off areas for high school / junior high school students in Wells - Ogunquit CSD. Jr. High. The freshman class will begin on Sept. 3 and upperclassmen will start Sept. 4. Please note that routes are subject to change and that times are approximate so they will vary the first few days. If you have any questions please contact Lauren at Ledgemere Transportation 646-5502, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Bus 1 HS & JRH
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Cost will be $15 per person, and reservations are currently being accepted by the cantor, 207251-1746. Rabbi Leffler, a resident of Goose Rocks Beach, is retired. He formerly led congregations in New Rochelle, N.Y., and Lexington, Ky. Farber, who became a cantor in 1990, has participated in the Ogunquit services since 1994. The services were established 50 years ago by Sylvia Rubin. A member of the York
Clergy Association, Farber has served as rabbi/cantor since 1996 at a Jewish nursing home in Chelsea, Mass., where she serves patients in the facility’s three separate divisions of care. Cantor Farber also leads a monthly Chavra on Fridays in the homes of area residents. The services, which are open to all, regardless of religion, are followed by a potluck dinner and discussion. Farber is also a clergy volunteer at York Hospital.
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~ Library News ~ Louis T. Graves Memorial Library Children’s Story Time Offered at 10 a.m. and at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 23, at Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library, 18 Maine St., Kennebunkport. This program will include stories, fingerplays, songs, and crafts. All ages are welcome; parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate. This is a free event; no registration is required. Ongoing Book Sale Continuing during library hours at the Perkins House next to the library. Over 5,000 titles including bestsellers in hardcover and paperback, non-fiction, biographies, audio books, videos, CDs, and more are offered. Hours are Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to noon. All proceeds benefit Graves Library. For More Information Contact the library at 207967-2778 or visit www.graveslibrary.org.
Ogunquit Memorial Library August book sale From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 23 and 24. For More Information Contact the library at 207646-9024 or visit 166 Shore Road in Ogunquit.
Wells Public Library Maine Author Talk & Signing Richard Rubin will offer a book talk and signing on Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Rubin spent 10 years seeking out and interviewing all the living members of the Doughboys from World War I before writing his book, “The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War.” The Doughboys were members of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I. To register, call the library or e-mail kbryant@wellstown. org. For More Information Contact the library at 207646-8181 or visit www.wells.lib. me.us.
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Gentle Yoga With Sallie Sharpless will be offered at noon on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Daycare Outreach Program Scheduled at 9:15 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29. For More Information Contact the library at 207439-9437 or visit www.williamfogg.lib.me.us.
York Public Library ‘Les Miserables’ The hit film “Les Miserables” will be presented as part of the ongoing Summer Film Festival. The showing is set Sunday, Aug. 25, at 7 p.m. Ex-convict Jean Valjean is portrayed by Hugh Jackman. Russell Crowe stars as the ruthless policeman who pursues him. Rated PG-13 for suggestive and sexual material, violence, and thematic elements. Runs 158 minutes. Diversity Forum York Diversity Forum will present Al Mawajdeh Yousef and Al Jarrar Qussay, two Jordanian university students who have been best friends since the age of 5, in a program, “Presentation from the Heart,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27. They will talk about their families, culture and heritage as Jordanians. This program is part of Muslim Journeys, a project of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association, made possible by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation and support by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art. For More Information Contact the library at 207363-2818 or visit www.york.lib. me.us.
One-Man Show to Feature Works of Bob Hastie WELLS – A free reception for an art show featuring the work of Bob Hastie is set at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013 at Wells Public Library. Refreshments will be provided, and the artists will answer questions. The art will remain on display for the months of September. Hastie is a retired commercial artist who lives in Wells. His passion for fine arts includes his work in pastel, pencil, and markers. He is also a sculptor, and works as a portrait artist, drawing people and pets in pastel and pencil. Hastie grew up in Watertown, Mass., and displayed his artistic abilities at an early age, winning a scholarship to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Former commercial ar tist Bob Hastie will exhibit his works in September at Wells Public Library. (courtesy photo)
at the age of 8. After his school years, he joined the Navy and served aboard the USS Iowa. He then returned to his native New England where he graduated from Vesper George School of
Art in Boston, and began his 35year career in commercial art. After retiring to Wells, Hastie became active in the local art community, serving as member and president of the York Art Association and past member of the Art Guild of the Kennebunks. The exhibition will be sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. The Wells Public Library is located at 1434 Post Road (Route 1). For more information, please contact Kayla Thompson at the library: 207646-8181 or email kthompson@ wellstown.org.
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~ News ~ ...EVENTS from page 8 ing on “Operation Overboard” vacation Bible school from Aug. 26 to 29. In this “underwater” adventure, kids will participate in interactive lessons and explore Bible stories of people who revealed deep faith. Each day’s program will run from 9 a.m. to noon and is open to children ages 4 to 12. York-Ogunquit United Methodist is located at 1026 US Route 1 in York. To preregister, visit youmc.org or call 207-363-2749. First Parish Unitarian Paul Beach, a retired physics teacher and lawyer and now a math teacher and gardener, will speak at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday,
Aug. 25, at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 114 Main St., Kennebunk. He will share his “tale about his journey,” including traveling to strange places with strange people. For more information, e-mail Amy Wood, amywood@ amywoodpsyd.com. Beach Worship “Beaching with Jesus,” a summer worship experience, will take place at the beach in Ogunquit this Sunday, Aug. 25 at 7:30 a.m., and continuing each Sunday through Columbus Day weekend. Everyone is invited; sponsored by York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church. More details are available at youmc. org or at 207-363-2749.
Tent Revival A tent revival featuring music, preaching and testimony is slated at 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25 through Sunday, Sept. 1 at the intersection of Routes 9A and 9 in Wells. Speakers include Mark Dunfee of N.J. and Denis Dunne of Ireland. The week-long revival is open to all area residents.
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AUGUSTA – In an effort to promote Maine lobster, as well as the economic opportunities that would result from national attention for the industry, Maine Gov. Paul R. LePage today sent a box of Maine lobster products to the 49 other governors across the United States. “What better time than summer to share the iconic Maine lobster?” said LePage. Boxes full of prepared lobster meat and value added items, including bisques and spreads from Maine processors and dealers, were shipped overnight. “I want my friends and colleagues across the country to experience the flavor of Maine. “These items represent a small sample of products available from Maine companies that process and add value to Maine lobster, which is harvested from the pristine Gulf of Maine waters,” said LePage. “The lobster industry is vital to Maine’s economy and its identity,” said LePage. “I’m proud of the hardworking men and women who have made this one of the most lucrative industries in Maine. Last year, a record 126 million pounds were landed, generating nearly a billion dollars in economic impact to our state.” “This fishery is as healthy as it is due in large part to the sustainable harvesting practices
Gov. Paul R. LePage promotes Maine’s lobster industry by sending gift boxes to 49 U.S. governors. (courtesy photo)
pioneered by Maine lobstermen,” added the governor. “These longstanding practices are why the Maine lobster fishery earned the prestigious Marine Stewardship Council’s sustainability certification this past year.” “Maine lobster is not just a Maine product, it’s a U.S. product,” said LePage. “Eighty-five
percent of seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported, so I also see this as an opportunity to encourage my colleagues to support a strong U.S. economy.” In addition to the lobster products, the governor included recipes and informational material from the Maine Lobster Promotional Council. “I’m sure
Free Disposal of Old Pesticides Offered for Mainers AUGUSTA – Mainers can take advantage of a free opportunity to dispose of banned or unusable pesticides that they may have in their homes or elsewhere on their properties. This October, the Maine Board of Pesticides Control (BPC) will team up with the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to dispose of banned pesticides or pesticides that have become caked, frozen, or otherwise rendered unusable. This free disposal program is open to homeowners, familyowned farms and greenhouses. All people need to do is register by Sept. 27. It’s not unusual for homes and farms to have unintentional hazardous waste – old or unusable pesticides sitting around in basements, garages, or barns. Old chemicals like DDT, lead arsenate, 2,4,5-T, and chlordane can be difficult and expensive to dispose of properly. While removal of these pesticides can seem daunting, it’s that everyone who gets a chance to enjoy Maine lobster will agree that, no matter how it is prepared, it is one of the best things they’ll ever taste,” said the governor. For more information on the Maine lobster, visit www.lobsterfrommaine.com.
important for the protection of public, wildlife, and environmental health that they are dealt with properly and not thrown in the trash or down the drain, where they can contaminate land and water resources, including drinking water. “We urge people holding these chemicals to contact us immediately to register,” said BPC Director Henry Jennings. “There will be four sites throughout the state where participants will be able to bring their obsolete pesticides and dispose of them conveniently and at no cost.” The collected chemicals go to out-of-state disposal facilities licensed by the federal Environmental Protection Agency where they are incinerated or reprocessed. Registration by Sept. 27 is mandatory – drop-ins are not permitted. To register or for details about the temporary storage and transportation of obsolete pesticides, go to the BPC website at thinkfirstspraylast.org, or call 207-287-2731. The Maine Obsolete Pesticides Collection Program, jointly sponsored by the BPC and DEP, and paid for entirely through pesticide product registration fees, has kept more than 90 tons of pesticides out of the waste stream since its start in 1982.
~ Calendar of Events ~ Saturday, Aug. 24 Club Luncheon The International Women’s Club of New England will hold a luncheon on Aug. 24 at the Cape Neddick Inn at 11 a.m. Cost will be $20. Advance registration requested. The speaker will be Lori Plourd, a member of the International Organization of Women Pilots. Church Supper The First Congregational Church, 141 North St., Kennebunkport, will host a baked bean and American chop suey fundraiser supper on Sat., Aug. 24th from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the church’s Ober Hall. The dinner is open to the public and costs are $8 per adult, and $4 per child under age 12. This supper will benefit the church’s operating fund helps the church and outreach into the community. For more information call the church office at 207-967-3897 or check the church website, www.firstchurchkennebunkport.com. Breakfast Served A breakfast will be hosted from 8 to 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24, at the American Legion Post Home, Route 9, Kennebunkport. Cost will be $6 for all you
can eat. A yard and craft sale will also get under way at 8 a.m. Table rental is $10. Call 967-2400. Bean Supper The Madonna chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will host a monthly all-you-can-eat bean supper on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the West Kennebunk Masonic Hall, Main Street, West Kennebunk. Cost is $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 5 to 12, and free for children under 5. Call 207-332-2134 for more information. Car Wash Set Biddeford Youth Hockey Association will host a car wash on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Biddeford Ice Arena. Rain date is Sunday, Aug. 25. All proceeds go to the BYHA scholarship fund to offset season hockey costs for youth skaters in the local areas. Matryoshka Workshop Traditional Russian artist and lecturer Marina Forbes will offer a workshop on the Russian folk tradition of Matryoshka (wooden nested doll) painting at St. George’s Episcopal Church in York Harbor on Saturday, Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, contact Forbes at 603-332-2255 or by e-mail at
email@example.com. Band to Perform On Saturday, Aug. 24, The SoulMate Band will perform at 6 p.m. at The Lobster Barn, Lobster in the Rough, 1000 Route 1, York. Call 207-363-4721. Visit www.thelobsterbarn.com. Wildlife Workday A volunteer workday is slated from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Center for Wildlife, 385 Mountain Road, Cape Neddick. Reservations are required, so visit http://www.yorkcenterforwildlife.org/ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register
Sunday, Aug. 25 Surf and Turf Shoot A Surf and Turf Shoot is set 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 25, at American Legion Post 56, 9 Hannaford Drive, York. Prizes are lobsters or steaks. Cost is $15 per card. For information, call 207-363-0376. Breakfast Slated The York Elks will host a breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 25, at the lodge on Route 1, York. Piano Concert A piano concert by enter-
tainer Dave Hollis is set at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 25, at Atria Kennebunk. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call 985-5866.
Monday, Aug. 26 Lobster Roll Meal A lobster roll meal with clam chowder, corn on the cob, coleslaw, brownie sundae and coffee will be served from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 26, at American Legion Post 56 in York. Cost: adults, $12; children under 10, $6. First come, first served. No reservations. Sponsored by the American Legion Post 56 Ladies Auxiliary. For information, call 207-363-0376.
Tuesday, Aug. 27 Blood Drive Set An American Red Cross blood drive is slated from noon to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27, at Lebanon Fire Department, 3 Upper Cross Road. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit RedCrossBlood.org to sign up. Panel Discussion “You, Your Food, and the Survival of the Planet,” a program set 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27 at Wells Reserve at Laudholm, will explore the connec-
tions between food choice and climate change. Maine Congresswoman Chellie Pingree, Maine Farmland Trust director John Piotti, and conservationist, gardener, and writer Mort Mather will speak. Pingree will discuss federal legislation meant to support farmers, increase consumer access to healthy foods, and provide stable funding for local agriculture. Piotti will speak on the importance of saving farmland and securing a future for farmers. Mather will talk about the connection between choosing to eat local foods and reducing our carbon footprint. $5 suggested donation. Funding for this program is provided through the NOAA Climate Stewards Education Project. Call 207-646-1555 or visit welsreserve.org.
Friday, Aug. 30 Matter of Balance Seacoast Angels Liaison David Linehan will visit Atria Kennebunk at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 30, for a health care seminar based on a new program called “Matter of Balance.” The topics presented will focus on anyone having difficulty with balance. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call 985-5866.
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Bike Ride for Charity Raises $9,200 for Cancer Society WELLS – About 115 cyclists partnered with local sponsors, donors and volunteers to raise
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SMMC Auxiliary Recognizes Board Members BIDDEFORD – The Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) Auxiliary held its annual meeting to elect new officers and board members, show appreciation to those leaving the Board, and receive information from SMMC president and CEO Ed McGeachey and
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worker. Bissell was a member of the auxiliary board for 17 years, serving as treasurer. She was instrumental in the auxiliary’s ability to grow its investments during a pledge of $250,000 to SMMC’s capital campaign to build the Dorothy Walker Bush Emergency Care Pavilion and continued to record all financial transactions meticulously until the end of her term. Walker was a member of the board for four years, serv-
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‘Look Good...Feel Better’ Slated at Southern Maine Medical Center BIDDEFORD – The American Cancer Society will offer a free community-based “Look Good… Feel Better” group session to female cancer patients in active
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Macrobiotics Cooking Class Scheduled SACO – A macrobiotics natural foods cooking class will be ofThe class will be held at Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) in Biddeford on Aug. 26 from 4 to 6 p.m. To register, call 207-283-7320.
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‘Patsy Cline’ Closes Season at Arundel Playhouse
By Scott Andrews Contributing Writer ARUNDEL – It’s been 50 years since Patsy Cline, one of the most celebrated and influential female country singer of the mid-20th century, died in an airplane crash near Nashville. Adored by millions, Cline was famous for her rich voice and dramatic phrasing that expressed an unforgettable combination of passion, vulnerability and strength. Cline, born Virginia Patterson Hensley in 1933, was the first woman to become a superstar in the male-dominated field of country music, and she was one of the first female members of the Grand Ole Opry. In addition to selling records to country audiences, she also won a broader popular following via crossover hits that resonated with millions who would not normally listen to the Nashville Sound. Since her death, Cline’s legacy has continued to grow through the years, thanks to numerous re-releases of her classic Decca recordings plus books, tribute albums, biopics and documentaries. One of the most entertaining and engaging tributes is “Always...Patsy Cline,” a two-actress musical stage play that depicts the Nashville star during the last two years of her life and covers more than two dozen of her best-known songs, including “Walking After Midnight,” “I Fall To Pieces,”
“Sweet Dreams,” “She’s Got You” and “Crazy.” The 1993 script was written by Ted Swindley, based on a series of letters the singer exchanged with a fan in Texas between 1961 and her death. Arundel Barn Playhouse is closing its 16th season with a fine production of this excep-
YORK HARBOR – Tuckermans at 9 will head to York Harbor to join the lineup in the Trinity Church Summer Concert Series on Aug. 25 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. “This will be our last show as a six-voice group,” said baritone and founder Mark Miller of Dover, N.H. “Tuckermans at 9 has been a septet since we started in 2004 and we spent much of the summer bringing our new first tenor, Shay Willard (of Dover) into the mix. He sounds great
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and will make his debut with us this fall.” Tuckermans at 9 performs contemporary a cappella versions of well-known pop, rock, blues, and light jazz favorites, mostly from the 1960s to today. “Our voices make all the music,” explained Miller. “No instruments or pre-recorded instrumental tracks are ever used. Everything you hear, including what sounds like brass, electric guitars, or drums, is just us. Based in the New Hampshire Seacoast, Tuckermans at 9 has entertained audiences from Boston and Massachusetts’ north and south shores to Lewiston, Maine, and in New Hampshire from Portsmouth to Nashua and into the Lakes Region. Rounding out the roster, all from New Hampshire, are soprano Ashley Gove, altos Kam Damtoft and Fran Lipe, tenor Walt Porter, and bass Bill Hersman.
Silent Comedy ‘Grandma’s Boy’ to be Shown at Leavitt Theatre OGUNQUIT – The silent film era will return to the big screen at the Leavitt Theatre in Ogunquit with the showing of a classic silent comedy accompanied by live music. Showtime is Thursday, Aug. 29, at 8 p.m. at the historic Leavitt Theatre, 259 Main St., Route 1, Ogunquit. Admission is $10 per person. Featured will be a fulllength comedy, “Grandma’s Boy,” starring Harold Lloyd, a popular 1920s film star. The screening, the latest in the Leavitt Theatre’s silent film series, will feature live accompaniment by Jeff Rapsis, a New Hampshire-based composer who specializes in creating scores for silent films. “Grandma’s Boy” tells the story a cowardly young man (Lloyd) who seeks the courage to battle a menacing tramp who terrorizes his small hometown. The picture helped establish Lloyd as a major star for the rest of the silent film era. In revival, “Grandma’s Boy” serves as a great introduction to the silent film era. It also provides a marvelous window into small-town American life as it was lived a century ago. Despite his mega-star status in the 1920s, Lloyd is largely unknown to today’s audiences, mostly because he retained control of his films in later life and refused to let them be shown on television. Other upcoming performances this fall include Pittsfield and Portsmouth, N.H., and Kittery, Maine. Trinity Church is located at 546 York Street in York Harbor. Admission by free-will donation. For details, visit tuckermansat9.com or trinityyorkharbor.episcopalmaine.org., or call 207-363-5095.
An original poster for “Grandma’s Boy”. (courtesy image)
“People today remember Charlie Chaplin, but the silent era had many popular stars,” Rapsis said. “Harold Lloyd’s ‘average American’ character was immensely popular in the 1920s, not just in the U.S. but around the globe.” The Leavitt Theatre’s silent film series aims to recreate the full silent film experience, with restored prints projected on the big screen, live music, and the presence of an audience. For more information, call 207-646-3123 or visit www. leavittheatre.com.
Corona Brothers to Appear in Concert WELLS – The duo of “Rog and Ray” are the two lively souls who put together the Corona Brothers, a five-piece band that has been entertaining audiences for years and that will appear as part of the Wells Summer Concert Series at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 24 at Wells Harbor Park. This group offers a blend of Buffett and Belafonte-style Caribbean and California beach music along with some good old rock ‘n’ roll. The group includes Maine musicians Ben Ray Jones on guitar and flute, Mike Boilard on bass, Ron Bouffard on drums, “Rog” on electric and acoustic guitar and keyboards, and, “Ray” on conga, guitar, flute and a number of percussive instruments. Admission is free.
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Hackmatack Closes Season with ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ BERWICK – Hackmatack Playhouse is presenting its final production of the 42nd season: “Driving Miss Daisy.” “Driving Miss Daisy,” popularized by the 1989 film, explores the story of Daisy Werthan, an elderly woman who is forced to give up driving and hire a chauffeur by her son who blames her most recent car accident on her age. Booley, the son, hires Hoke Colburn, an elderly AfricanAmerican man to become the chauffeur against his mother’s wishes, and in vignettes over the course of several decades their their lives and relationships play out. Director Jeff Seabaugh, is returning to Hackmatack for his second production this summer. He earlier appeared as Capt. Von Trapp in “The Sound of Music,” and has worked as both an actor and director at the playhouse since 1987. Tinka Darling, playing the role of Daisy Werthan, has been performing at Hackmatack Playhouse since 1974, and has been known for her performances in “Oliver!“ “The King and I” and, most recently, “Boeing Boeing.” Michael Turner, playing the role of Hoke Colburn, was last seen onstage at Hackmatack Playhouse in “Big River,” playing the role of Jim. When not onstage, Michael has designed lighting for Hackmatack productions since 2006. Jay Rodger is returning for his 12th season at Hackmatack, and will be playing the role of Daisy’s son, Booley. His past performances at the barn include “Drood,” “Our Town”
Ensemble to Offer Concert at Wharf YORK – The Museums of Old York will present the final concert in its Five O’Clock Club Series on Friday, Aug. 23, at the John Hancock Wharf, 140 Lindsay Road, York. Seven Times Salt, a Bostonbased early music ensemble specializing in repertoire of the 16th to 18th centuries, will perform. The group has presented original concerts at venues throughout New England. Burgers, dogs, potato salad, soda and chips will be available at intermission. Cost will be $5 per person for the concert, $10 for the concert and dinner. In the event of rain, the concert and barbecue will be moved to the Parsons Center at 3 Lindsay Road, York. Call the Museums of Old York for more information, 207363-4974.
From left to right, Jay Rodger, Tinka Darling, and Michael Turner appear in “Driving Miss Daisy” through Aug. 30 at Hackmatack Playhouse in Berwick. (courtesy photo)
and “Carousel.” “Driving Miss Daisy” is scheduled at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23; Saturday, Aug. 24; Wednesday, Aug. 28; Thursday, Aug. 29; Friday, Aug. 30. A matinee is slated at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 29.
Individual ticket prices are $25 for adults, $23 for seniors, with a Thursday senior special of $20, and $10 for students under age 20. Tickets are available online at www.Hackmatack.org or by phone, 207-6981807.
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‘Ballroom with a Twist’ Live at Ogunquit Playhouse
OGUNQUIT – The Ogunquit Playhouse will bring “Ballroom with a Twist” back to the stage for one week only, Aug. 27 to 31. This show stars Olympic gold medalist and “Dancing with the Stars” champion Shawn Johnson, along with Emmy Award-nominated choreographer Dmitry Chaplin from “Dancing with the Stars” and “So You Think You Can Dance.” “Ballroom with a Twist” star Shawn Johnson won a gold medal for the American gymnastics team in the balance beam competition at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, when she was only 16 years old. The following year, she was the winning contestant on “Dancing with the Stars,” competing
against celebrities including teen idol singer Aaron Carter, former teen heartthrob and singer Donny Osmond, reality TV star Kelly Osbourne and model Kathy Ireland. She returned to the popular television show in 2012 as a member of the All-Star Season. “Ballroom with a Twist” also features “Dancing with the Stars” celebrity pro Oksana Dmytrenko, “So You Think You Can Dance” finalists Jonathan Platero, Randi Lynn Strong, Legacy and Jaymz Tuaileva and American Idol singers Von Smith and Gina Glocksen. The show is choreographed by Emmy-nominated Louis van Amstel of “Dancing with the Stars.” “Ballroom with a Twist” is at the Ogunquit Playhouse for one week only and tickets are selling fast. Single ticket prices range from $39 to $78 per show. For tickets call the box office at 207-646-5511 or online at OgunquitPlayhouse.org.
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~ Where To Dine ~ 1000 Route 1 York, Maine 03909 1-207-363-4721
seafood and grill
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Under the Pines or in our 200-seat Pavilion
Daily Specials Live Music 3 Bocce Ball Courts 3 Horseshoe Pits
Something for Everyone: Endless Salad Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster Seafood • Prime Rib • Steaks Chicken • Burgers • Pasta Children’s Menu Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts
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Thursday • sepTember 12Th
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Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood for more than 47 years
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~ Where To Dine ~
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~ Where To Dine ~
Savor Cuisine by the Sea Ideally located with breath-taking ocean views at the Anchorage By The Sea Resort, Surf Point Grill is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks throughout the day!
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440 Main St, South Berwick, ME
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125 Shore Road 125 Shore Road Ogunquit, Maine 03907 207.646.9384 Ogunquit, Maine 03907 AnchorageByTheSea.com
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The Surf Point Grill welcomes you for dinner, but Anchorage By The Sea amenities are for resort guests only. Thank you for your cooperation.
Cape Neddick Inn
We have relocated to 262 Shore Road, Ogunquit
Restaurant and Tavern
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Remember we have plenty of parking!
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NORTH BERWICK – Meet Cindy, a Bengal red silver mackerel tabby spayed female. Cindy came in as a retired queen from a breeder who asked ACAR to find her a real home with a loving family. This gentle sweet, 8-year-old lady is very well adjusted. She will do well with older children, other cats, and well-behaved dogs. Cindy has lived her entire life as an indoor only kitty and is looking for a family or single who will allow her to continue this lifestyle. Cindy is current on all necessary vaccinations, Frontlined, has passed her wellness exam, and is ready for a new family. Cindy’s request list is simple: a few toys, lots of attention, a sunny window to watch the bird feeder, and a quiet nap zone. If you think that Cindy is a the purrrr-fect kitty for your newest
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family member, please stop by the adoption center at 37 Market St., North Berwick, on Saturday to meet this beautiful lady. In addition to Cindy our featured pet of the week, we have a nice selection of young kittens, a good selection of teen kittens, a growing number of young adults, and a smaller number of adults all looking to you for a new start with a loving family of their very own. Cat Food Needed! We are spending a fortune on can cat/kitten food, dry cat/ kitten food and cedarific cat litter just to take care of the basic day to day needs. We are looking to the public to help us by dropping off these very basic items so we may continue to meet our mission. We have a drop box at the Hannaford in Wells or at Another Chance, 37 Market St., North Berwick, Monday to Saturday.
Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK – If you have been considering adopting a small animal like a gerbil, hamster, rat, guinea pig or bird, the Animal Welfare Society should be your first stop. Not only do we have a wide selection of pets right now but the fees are very reasonable. Small animals can make great pets. They teach children to be responsible in the care of an animal that does not require the high demands of a dog or a cat. Stop by the shelter today to see if we have the right small animal for you and your family. Earl Meet Earl, a 9-year-old chihuahua mix. Earl is a laid-back, easy-going guy whose favorite activity is simply hanging out with others. Sure, he still enjoys getting regular walks, but otherwise he’s pretty mellow. Earl is very friendly and would be
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happy to share a new home with some other dogs and gentle children. He’s also got a big brain in his little head. He knows “sit,” “down,” “give paw,” and would enjoy learning more with his new family. If you’ve been waiting for karma to bring something good your way, then you’ve found it in Earl. Kitty Meet Kitty, a... wait, is this right? Really? Wow, OK... a 20 ½-year-old cat. Yes, Kitty has been through the ups and downs of the past two decades. She’s seen it all, heard it all, and now she just wants to find a comfortable home to retire in. As one might expect, Kitty is a very gentle and relaxed girl. You certainly won’t find her running after toys, but you will find her napping in cozy spots. For an older cat, Kitty looks great and still enjoys getting attention like any young whippersnapper. Kitty gets along great with just about anyone. She would be happy to share a new home with dogs, other cats, and gentle children. She’d be happy just to have a home, period.
Victoria Victoria is a gorgeous, adult mixed rabbit looking for a new home to call her own. Victoria is a curious little critter that likes See AWS page 38...
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quickly. Every time I came back to see what the next step in the recipe was, the computer had gone to sleep and I had to wake it back up, though when I left a video playing on the webpage, it did not go to sleep. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, When I turned on my PC yesterday I got a message: “Disk boot failure, insert system disk and press enter.” I inserted my recovery disk in and nothing happened, I got the same message. Is there a different disk I am supposed to insert? My PC is a 9-year-old Compaq. Is it worth messing with? Thanks for any information you can give me. ~ Dan Dear Dan, On a 9-year-old computer, there is a very good chance that this error message means that your hard drive has failed and you would need to replace the
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pages I follow right away. This morning some NECN posts and Matt Noyes posts and some friends’ posts from 11 hours ago to a day ago showed up. Thanks, Mary Dear Mary, I like to see my Facebook posts in chronological order as well, and even though it is simple to get them to display that way, for some reason, Facebook keeps putting it back to the “Top Stories” view. Here is how to see your wall posts with the most recent first. Go to your Facebook news feed (click the “Home” link next to your name in the top-right corner of the page). Just above the first post, a little to the right is the word “Sort.” Click on “Sort” then click “Most Recent.” Now your news feed posts are displayed with the newest at the top. ~ Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, First, a big thank-you for all I’ve learned from your letter.
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People and Business Profiles
Brilliant Bloomers Nursery School Prepares for the 2013-2014 School Year WELLS – Brilliant Bloomers Nursery School, located at 1734 Post Road, offers highly educated teachers, Spanish and music lessons, a large outdoor playground, three separate indoor play rooms (including a movement play room with a climbing structure, slide, and teeter-totter), and multi-sensory teaching techniques. Brilliant Bloomers uses multi-sensory teaching techniques because its teachers believe that every child learns through a different combination of learning styles. The four primary learning styles are auditory (listening), visual (sight), and kinesthetic (motor) and touch. Brilliant Bloomers teachers use all four of these primary learning styles every day to teach preschoollevel academics, and incorporate two other learning styles – olfactory (smell) and gustatory (taste) – as often as possible. The owner and lead teacher
Director of Recruiting Attends Professional Development Workshop WELLS – Anne-Marie Hayward, EXIT Oceanside Realty director of recruiting and training, joined real estate professionals from all over North America recently at the headquarters of EXIT Realty Corp. International for an intensive week of training and networking. EXIT Realty’s Broker Owner Training is one of the most leading programs available in the
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at Brilliant Bloomers Nursery School is Laurene Randle. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa, cum laude from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn., in 1998 with a bachelor of science in biology and Spanish. She planned to study neurolinguistics, but after working for a year in a neurology lab, she realized she wanted to work with children instead. Randle received a master’s degree in
speech-language pathology in 2001 and began her career as a speech-language pathologist in California, where she was asked to teach a pre-kindergarten program five mornings a week. Teaching soon became her passion and she continued to teach prekindergarten for 4 1/2 years until deciding to be a stayat-home mom to her two little girls, but she missed teaching. So, after moving to Wells in
2010, she created and taught the We’re Talkin’ Toddlers program through Wells Parks and Recreation. She currently works parttime as a speech therapist for children ages 3 to 5 while preparing to open Brilliant Bloomers. Brilliant Bloomers is now accepting enrollments for the 2013-2014 school year. For more information, visit the Brilliant Bloomers website at www.brilliantbloomers.com or call Brilliant Bloomers at 207641-2227.
real estate industry. Fifteen of the industry’s top professionals, including company executives and EXIT Realty’s chairman, Steve Morris, gather to teach the essential skills to build a top producing brokerage in any market. “The depth of knowledge & professionalism demonstrate at Broker/Owner Training was staggering. I am proud to be part of such a progressive and professional company,” said Hayward. This program, which is provided at no charge by EXIT Realty and is exclusively attended by the brokerage’s top management including franchisees, brokers of record and administrators, is designed to enhance business acumen and positively affect approach to life. Attendees are also encouraged to return regularly to “sharpen the saw.” EXIT Oceanside Realty is located at 1217 Post Road, Wells. For more information, call 207-646-8333 or visit www.exitoceansiderealty.com.
~ Sports ~ Tournament to Benefit Special Olympics Athletes SANFORD – “Tee Up and Drive,” a tournament fundraiser to benefit Waban athletes attending 2014 Special Olympics, will begin at
Soccer Club Plans Car Wash KENNEBUNK – The Kennebunk Soccer Club will host a fundraising car wash from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31, at the Washington Hose Company on Route 35 in Lower Village. Cost will be a $5 donation per vehicle to the Kennebunk Clash travel club, which includes boys and girls from age 8 to 13 from the Kennebunks who will be working the sponges and hoses. This is the only fundraiser for the nonprofit organization, which in the past has used the money to purchase goals and uniforms and fund scholarships. Drivers may purchase advance tickets from any club member or pay at the car wash. For club information, visit www. kennebunksoccerclub.org.
8:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 27, at the Sanford Golf Club. Prizes include a 2013 Nissan Sentra SR donated by Marc Motors of Sanford. ...GOLF from page 1 Holly Elkins from Natural Care Wellness will offer chair massages at the clubhouse. New sponsors for this year’s tourney include 10th hole sponsor Wiggly Bridge Distillery and golf carts sponsor Foy Insurance. After enjoying a full day of team play, golfers will gather at the clubhouse at 5:30 p.m. for an awards ceremony, raffle and dinner. Cost to participate in the 15th Annual Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament is $125 per player. Call 207-363-4422. Raindate is Sept. 23, but only if the course is closed on the earlier date. More information about the tournament, prizes, sponsors and activities is available at http://gatewaytomaine.org/ golf-tournament/.
Proceeds from the fundraiser will offset costs to transport Waban’s 30 athletes to the Summer Games in Orono, Maine. For more information or to register a foursome, call 207-3247955 or go to www.waban.org.
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Flora Inez Adams KENNEBUNK – Flora Inez (Pierce) Adams passed away on Aug. 17 at the age of 95 at Huntington Common in Kennebunk. She was born Oct. 19, 1917, in Kezar Falls to George and Mary Alice (Jardine) Pierce. She graduated from Porter High School in 1935. On May
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15, 1938, she married Russell H. Adams in Ogunquit. In 1941, they built a house together and remained there until 2008 when she moved into Huntington Commons. Flora was a hard worker who always made friends wherever she worked. Her favorite job however was being a wife, mother and grandmother. She loved children and her home was always filled with her children and grandchildren. Her love throughout life was to have her family and their friends around her home. She was also a 50-year member of the Ogunquit Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Russell Adams, in 1981, by her parents, by two brothers, Stillman and Edward Pierce, and by three sisters, Mildred Hammond, Elizabeth Peniuk, and Olivia Pierce. She is survived by two daughters, Mary Sydlowski of Windham, and Susan L’Heureux and her husband, Jim, of North Berwick, and a son, Duane R. Adams, and his partner, Rosemary Swan, of Berwick, and by eight grandchildren, 13 greatgrandchildren, two great-greatgrandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A graveside service was held Aug. 21 at Ocean View Cemetery in Wells. Arrangements were in the
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Melvin E. Eaton DRACUT, Mass. – Melvin E. Eaton, age 90, of Dracut, Mass., and formerly of Barrington, N.H., and West Kennebunk, Maine, died on Aug. 17, surrounded by his family at his daughter’s home. He was born in West Kennebunk on Sept. 16, 1922, the son of Earl Linwood and Eva Mae (Marsh) Eaton. He attended local schools and also helped to build several area homes. For several years he worked as a welder at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard then, retiring from welding, from Hussey Manufacturing in North Berwick.
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Melvin loved the outdoors, especially fishing, dropping a line in the water every chance he got. He also loved working with his hands, always building and fixing things. Melvin loved to lend a helping hand to family and friends, even strangers who were in need. He had the personality that always put others first. His kindness and giving heart will be forever missed. He was predeceased by his wife, Phyllis Hodgdon Eaton, in 1986, and his sister, Frances Chesley, in 2009. Surviving are his two sons, Donald Eaton of Manchester, N.H., and Melvin “Sonny” Eaton Jr. of Hartford, Conn.; his two daughters, Brenda Bahrakis and her husband, James, of Dracut, and Eva Budris of Plainville, Conn.; eight grandchildren, many great-grandchildren, and his special friend, Helen Wallingford of Barrington, N.H., and her children. Graveside services were Aug. 21 in Pine Grove Cemetery, West Kennebunk. Memorial donations may be made to the Animal Welfare Society, P.O. Box 43, West Kennebunk, ME 04094. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick. Condolences may be made at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com.
Barbara Ellen Fernald ELIOT – Barbara Ellen Fernald, 72, of Eliot, passed away on Aug. 17 at the Hyder Family Hospice House in Dover, N.H., with her husband and daughter by her side. Barbarba was born in Kittery on Dec. 16,1940, the daughter of Angus and Grace Stewart and lived in Eliot all of her life. She attended Eliot schools, graduating from Eliot High School in 1959. She continued
her education at Washington State Teachers College in Machias, Maine, from 1959 to 1964. Barbara loved her camp at Great East Lake and the golden retrievers she had throughout the years. She was a substitute teacher and volunteer at Eliot Elementary School for 12 years, a Girl Scout leader, treasurer of the Sarah Orne Jewett Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, and a member of the board of directors at Baran Place. A volunteer at Footprints Food Pantry since 1995, she served as the pantry’s executive from 2000 to 2013, guiding volunteers to help provide food for people in need of a helping hand. Because of Barbara, people’s lives were changed for the better. Barbara was awarded the Fabyan Drake Award as the town of Eliot’s citizen of the year for her work at Footprints. She also was honored for her work by the John F. Hill Grange in Eliot and the Kittery Rotary Club. She is survived by her husband, Roland Fernald, son Glenn Fernald, daughter Pamela Keefer, grandsons Jeremy MacRitchie, Travis Keefer, and Cole and Declan Fernald, brother James Stewart, niece Robin Stewart, and many, many friends too numerous to list. She was preceded in death by her father, Angus, in 1972 and her mother, Grace, in 2012. See OBITUARIES page 31...
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~ Obituaries ~ ...OBITUARIES from page 28 A funeral will be celebrated on Friday, Aug. 23, in Eliot United Methodist Church, Route 236, with the Rev. Patty Marsden officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Barbara’s name to Footprints Food Pantry, Box 246, Kittery, ME 03904. Care for Barbara’s family has been entrusted to the J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home, Kittery.
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J. MacDougall Jr., 60, of York Beach, and formerly of Melrose, Mass., passed away on Aug. 18.
He was born on Feb. 11, 1953, in Waltham, Mass., to the late Robert J. MacDougall and Nancy Joynt Carucci. Bobby was raised in Melrose and graduated from Melrose High School in 1971. He later served in the Army, stationed in Germany, until his honorable discharge in 1976. Upon completing his military career, he attended Bunker Hill Community College, studying criminal justice. Bobby was employed with the Department of Corrections in Massachusetts and New Hampshire for over 20 years. After furthering his education he was employed as a longtime member of the Teamsters.
Bobby was passionate about spending time skiing and surfing with his two children and throughout the years always enjoyed outdoor adventures. He was a dedicated New England sports fan, attending many games with his family. Bobby was the beloved husband of Sandra S. MacDougall and loving father of their two sons, Casey Robert and Peter John MacDougall of Wells Beach. He was the cherished brother of Janet M. MacDougall of York Beach and Lisa MacDougall of Melrose, Mass. He was also the devoted uncle of Daniel S. Walsh, Jack-
Henry and Catey Delapena. He is also survived by uncles, aunts, many cousins and longtime friends. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at the Star of the Sea Church, 13 Church St., York, on Friday, Aug. 23, at 11:30 a.m. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market St., North Berwick. Online condolences can be expressed at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeMe.com. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Animal Welfare Society, P.O. Box 43, West Kennebunk, ME 040904.
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WE HAUL AWAY &
DISPOSE OF ANYTHING
Serving Greater York County
Sealcoating & Driveway Repair Commercial & Residential Free Estimates ~ Since 1979
• Septic Tank Pumping
• Portable • Roll-off Toilets Containers • Catch Basins
Installations & Repairs Interior & Exterior Storm, Shower, Basement Wood, Steel, Fiberglass Weather Stripping Lock Replacements Call Dave Lomasney
A-1 ENVIRO SERVICE
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Installs, Repairs, Openings, Closings, & Much More
LANDSCAPING / YARD SERVICES
POOL SERVICE No Middle Man, No Overhead 30 Years Experience
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MOXIE GARDENS and more Give Your Garden Some Moxie!
Oceanside Landscaping LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION Walkways, Patios, Lawns, Mulch
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Visit our “Self Serve” Farm Shed for Fresh In Season Vegetables and Garden Related Items
Lawn Mowing, Fertilizing, Thatching, Aerating, Seasonal Clean Ups
• • • • • Complete Garden and Landscaping Services
Serving York & Southern Maine
Open Daily 8am to 6pm
182 Brave Boat Harbor Road, Kittery Point, Maine
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Dan Lemieux Owner
DUMP RUNS DEMOLITION Attics / Basements Garages Construction Debris Furniture / Appliances Metal Tree/Brush
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Remodeling Bath Siding New Additions Kitchen Decks All Types Of Flooring. FREE ESTIMATES! NEW! Now installing electric heated bathroom floors. Fully Insured Jack Fortier (207) 384-2604 Cell: (207) 252-0976
MERRILL HOME IMPROVEMENT Eliot, Maine
Siding - Windows - Doors - Decks Kitchens - Baths - Alum. Trim Work Seamless Gutters - All Types Roofing Fully Insured / ME & NH / Free Estimates
Fred Merrill Sr. 207-703-0050 Cell 603-765-1855
~ Home & Business Services ~ HOME IMPROVEMENT AGAMENTICUS HOME REPAIR
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Lance Tufts Email email@example.com Phone 207-646-3369 • Fax 207-985-9165
Charles Schmigle Carpentry LLC Specializing in Renovations, Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Gazebos and Decks • • • Over 35 Years Experience No Job Too Small Free Estimates, References • • •
OWNER (Fully Insured)
• Snow Plowing • Handyman • Carpentry • Painting • Decks
Jim & Jesse Rutherford
A father/son team with 40+ years of experience and a reputation for quality service!
Property Maintenance Specializing in everything you need for a beautiful home! QUALITY WORK AT LOW PRICES Fully Insured - Many References
Regis Carpentry &
Need your G project done? No project too small. Make your house a home again!
Garages, Additions, Kitchens, Bathrooms, Decks, Interior Trim, Basements, Drywall, Painting... Ask for Glen
No Job Too Small Reasonable Rates Fully Insured
Handyman Jack, etc. LLC by Jack and Diane
Professional, experienced, fully insured • FREE estimates
207-363-5793 Member of the York Chamber of Commerce
CASON CARPENTRY “NO JOB TOO SMALL” Licensed & Insured
North Berwick, ME
Rickers Mulch & More Mulch (3 colors) Sand & Stone ~ Compost Septic Systems General Excavations Firewood Pick-Up or Delivery
www.rickersmulchandmore.com 207-384-8500 • Route 4, Berwick
APPLIANCE SERVICE APPLIANCE EXPRESS Same Day Service! FREE SERVICE CALL Licensed & Insured WITH REPAIR All Makes & Models
Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Stoves, Refrigerators, Microwaves, Hot Water Heaters, Compact Disposals, etc...
207.439.5318 John Kardulas
FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED
interior - exterior professional - insured
To place your
Phone: 207-985-4080 Cell: 207-251-8995 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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• Light Carpentry • Sheetrock Repairs • Powerwashing Services • Storm Doors Installed • Interior / Exterior Reﬁnishing • Home Security Checks Many More Services Available
Additions Remodeling Decks Windows Siding
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For ALL Your Home Improvement Needs!
Over 26 Years Experience
Handyman Services Available Homes • Additions • Remodeling • Garages Decks • Roofs • Painting (Interior/Exterior) Siding • Windows • Kitchen & Baths
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Kitchen/Bath Remodels New Construction Heating Systems On Demand Hot Water Plumbing Service & Repairs
Plumbing, Heating & AC Installation & Service
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Kitchen, Basement & Bath Remodeling ~ Decks Replacement Windows ~ General Carpentry & Repair
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Dan Cason Cell: (207) 651-8580 Tel/Fax: (207) 676-9840
L ANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTIO Y D N CA Hardscaping Walkways Patios Stonewalls Retaining Walls Granite Steps/Terraces
Light Excavation Lawns Drainage (207) 985-6278 Water/Sewer Lines (207) 229-6278 Additions cadylandscapeconstruction.com Stumping Field Mowing
Richard St. Charles Building - Remodeling 207-641-2362
Additions • Decks • Siding Kitchens • Baths • Hardwood Flooring Licensed & Insured FREE ESTIMATES
RATES ARE LOW! START THAT PROJECT NOW!
New Construction Remodeling Service & Repairs Seasonal Turn-Offs Life Safety Sprinklers
Sealcoating & Driveway Repair
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(207) 730-1966 SEALCOATING
Commercial & Residential Free Estimates ~ Since 1979
Poor Boy Sealcoating Sealcoating & Line Striping FREE Estimates Fully insured
Call Greg (603) 234-1480
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~ Home & Business Services ~ TREE / LOT CLEARING & STUMP GRINDING
ELECTRIC 1 MAN, 1 TRUCK, GREAT PRICE
SCOTT MACE OWNER
Buyer of Standing Timber Lots Cleared • Bucket Truck Tree Removal Firewood • Chipping Fully Insured • FREE Estimates
Selective Cutting Lot clearing Chipping ~ Firewood
LICENSED & INSURED
J.W. Ballard Tree Service
Tregg Cliche Tree & Lot Clearing
Southern Maine Residential
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ALL CALLS RETURNED
COMPUTER SERVICES Sales, Service and Installation Dealer
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Call Today for a Free Estimate!
Call or email Jeannine at firstname.lastname@example.org
TIMBER & WOODLAND MANAGEMENT Route 236, Eliot, ME / 40 Years Experience
207-439-5974 OR 207-930-9535 MAKE YOUR WOOD LOT LOOK LIKE A PARK!
• Trucking • Drive Ways • Any Size Job
• Clean Jobs Selective Cutting • Land Clearing • Excavation Work
Licensed / Insured • Dependable • Affordable • Professional • Free Estimates Serving York County
EXCAVATING 207-985-3477 Cell 207-205-1273
Swept, Lined, Repaired, Professionally, Guaranteed No Mess Fire Safety Means Peace of Mind
Asphalt, Rubber, Wood Roofs Roof Cleaning Residential & Commercial Free Estimates, Fully Insured, Work.Comp. Serving the Seacoast one job at a time! Visit www.ruckroofing.com Email email@example.com
Call Bill @ 207-632-3742
Seacoast Tree Workss Excavation, LLC
Ponds • Trenches • Water & Power Lines Foundations • Chain Saw Work • Lot Clearing Brush & Wood Chipping • Trucking ll • P ti Snow Plowing • Roof Shoveling • Retaining W Walls Patios
Residential/Commercial Asphalt Shingles Free s Metal Roofing Estimate Single Ply Rubber
Fully Insured Service Through York County
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Asphalt Rubber Metal Roofing
ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION
Highly recommended by previous customers!
ROOF SPECIALIST SINCE 1949
Power Washing & Window Cleaning LLC
Now featuring Soft Wash Systems - Safe for Roofs, Wood, and Vinyl Siding
No Pressure Means No Problems! Contact Brian at:
207-604-6783 or firstname.lastname@example.org www.brianspowerwashing.com Free Estimates
Match Any Competitor’s Price! Serving Southern Maine Free Estimates / Licensed & Insured
DaveBennett19@gmail.com We’ll go out on the limb for you!
Hunter’s Tree Service LLC
STUMP GRINDING Cheapest Rates Around! Insured, Free Estimates email@example.com
FURNITURE REPAIR / UPHOLSTERY QUALITY Furniture Repairs CALL: Brian Bourque
Chinchillas Antiques Kittery Point, ME
Over 25 Years Experience Free Honest Estimates
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR
Residential & Light Commercial Work
220 Meeting House Road, Wells, ME
207-646-2638 • Cell 251-3629
excavating Septic eptic Systems Drainage Ponds Driveways Roads Lot Clearing Stump Removal
Sea & Retaining Walls Granite Steps & Posts Fine Stone Work Patios
35 YEARS EXPERIENCE
207-837-5027 York Beach, ME
Bobcat Brown Wells, Maine Mobile (207) 467-0606 Mobile (207) 467-0266
NEW ENGLAND POWER WASH +
Aspergillis and Stachybotrys (often called toxic black mold) produce mycotoxins which are some of the most toxic substances in existence.
We remove mold and dirt! Free Estimates
261 Burnt Mill Rd, Wells, ME 04090 “You Break It, We Fix It”
Rototilling • Field Mowing Bush Hogging USED LAWN MOWERS & LAWN TRACTORS
MASONRY Paul Thurston
Chimneys (New or Repaired), New Flashing, Steps, Walkways, Patios, Stonewalls, Foundations, Drainage Work, Sump Pumps, Basement Water Proofing. Fully Insured. Low Rates. Free Estimates.
Call Any Time! 207.985.3577
Driveway grooming, culvert drainage, backhoe work, fill leveling, septics, foundations, lawn mowing, mulching, stump removal.
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Certified Tree Care C
(trimming, removal, emergency service, etc) ________________________________
J.R.’s Small Engine Repair & Sales
Call for a free estimate Carl Brown, Jr. Jeff Brown
CALL FOR DETAILS
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Quality Materials Superior Workmanship
LEE R HANSEN CONSTRUCTION Quality Custom Homes & Remodeling from Design to Finish Additions • Roofing • Windows Siding • Decks • Kitchens • Bath Over 30 Years Experience Fully Insured 80 Cranberry Street, Wells
STEVE ENRIGHT MASONRY Brick, Block or Stone Fireplaces, Chimneys, Chimney Re-lining, Wood Stove Hearths, and Repairs.
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~ Classifieds ~ HELP WANTED
LANDSCAPING / YARD SERVICES
MOWING • • YARD Mowing YardWORK work PRESSURE WASHING Pressure washing SPRING CLEANUP & ODD JOBS no tooSMALL sMall NOjob JOB TOO Free FREE estiMates ESTIMATES
Experienced, Reliable, Reasonable. Many local references. Interior/Exterior Free Estimates
Are You Compassionate? Our CAREGivers’ compassionate care has made us the leading provider of non-medical services to older adults. Join us in making a real difference in their lives – and yours. Flexible P/T morning, afternoon, evening, or overnight hours. Immediate openings in York, Kittery, Eliot and throughout York County. Home Instead Senior Care Kennebunk: 207.985.8550 York: 207.363.6550
General office work in Kittery 12-15 hours/week
Computer & people skills a must Send resume to: PO Box 480, Kittery ME, 03904
Spring Hill JOB OPENINGS FOR THE FALL SEASON:
HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE
Call 438 - 9320
Hostess. Dishwashers. Bartenders. Banquet Prep & Serving. Mostly weekend hours. Please apply in person at Spring Hill, 117 Pond Rd, South Berwick
Part-Full Time Help Needed Immediately
HELP WANTED TEAM DRIVER POSITION For Fed-X Ground. Linehaul operations. Up to 45 cents/mile. CDL Drivers License needed. Please call Dave at 207-205-4778 NEED CLEANERS For busy rental agency in York to work Saturdays through summer. COMPETITIVE PAY. Transportation a must. Experience & knowledge of area preferred. Call 207-363-1825 ext. 110 ASAP. Work on your own or bring a friend and work as a team!
Lee Gentile: 603-235-3228- Applications at Ben & Jerry’s 5 Union Street, Kennebunkport, ME
Licensed Electrician or Apprentice
needed for small electrical company servicing York County in Maine and Southern NH. Applicant must be dependable and have a valid driver’s license with reliable transportation. Contact Tom at 207.475.7330 or Tom@AbsolutePowerElectrical.com.
VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR – TOWN OF WELLS The Town of Wells, where volunteers are a vital part of our community, is seeking to hire a part-time Volunteer Coordinator to develop, implement and coordinate volunteer recruitment, training and retention strategies. Love public service? Do you have experience managing, recruiting and recognizing volunteers? In addition to volunteer management experience, successful candidate will have excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, ability to deal tactfully and professionally with diverse individuals, strong computer skills including database use, ability to travel locally as needed, and understanding of the Wells community. Starting pay is $13.47 per hour and position is eligible for prorated benefits. Interested candidates may view a more detailed job description including requirements and accountabilities on our Town website, www.wellstown.org, under Town Employment Opportunities.
Robert’s Maine Grill is currently seeking a Wait Staff, Bussers & Runners, Line Cooks and Hosts for our busy summer season. Robert’s is a unique, full service, high volume, casual restaurant serving beautifully prepared Maine foods with a commitment to happy guests and employees. Robert’s prides itself by taking the best local ingredients, preparing them in a Maine style and serving them to our guests with the utmost attention and care. At Robert’s, we offer our employees Health, Dental Insurance, a Retirement Plan, paid vacation and personal time, Education and Scholarship opportunities, company discounts, free meals, EAP Program and other group benefits. To apply: stop by the restaurant at 326 Route 1 for an application or fax your resume to 207-439-4790. You may also send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sentry Hill of York Harbor is now hiring
C.N.A.s & P.S.S.s
Begin a rewarding career as a Comfort Keeper. Join us in providing excellent in-home non-medical care to area seniors. Responsibilities include personal care, meal preparation, companionship, and light housekeeping. Flexible full-time and part-time hours are available.
for 2nd and 3rd shift as well as per diem. We offer Medical, Dental and Health insurance coverage for 24+ a week. If you enjoy working with Seniors, take pride in your work, and want to make a difference in some very special peoples’ lives, please email your resume to: cathy.foley@ sentryhillyorkharbor.com
Looking for responsible person(s) to assist in Shift Lead position for openings and closings and be flexible for additional shift coverage.
Contact Abby Smith at the shop: 207-967-2322 or Cell: 603-296-5717
WAIT STAFF, BUSSERS & RUNNERS, LINE COOKS & HOSTS
Earned benefits include: • Dental and Vision Plan • AAA Membership • Paid Sick Leave • Year-End Bonus
Experience is always helpful, but not necessary. Our excellent training program helps all our caregivers become skilled professionals.
Please call to find out more!
885 - 9600 51 US Route 1, Suite A, Scarborough
CDL SCHOOL BUS
Student Transportation of America Is Now Hiring
Immediate Openings! Apply Today! Student Transportation of America, the third largest provider of school bus transportation services in North America, has immediate openings in Portsmouth, NH and Kittery, York and Wells, ME for School Bus Drivers. Flexible Schedules Must have current CDL Must have current NH school bus certificate to drive in NH If you want to be part of our exciting and growing team, call us today: Portsmouth, NH 603-433-1761 www.ridesta.com
To apply please mail or deliver your letter of interest along with resume and required Town of Wells employment application, available on Town website or from Human Resources, to Town of Wells, Att: Human Resources Director, 208 Sanford Road, Wells, ME 04090, on or before September 3, 2013 at 4pm.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Equal Opportunity Employer by Choice
Kittery, York & Wells, ME 207-363-1555
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~ News & Classifieds ~ ...PATSY from page 16
FIREWOOD / PELLETS GREEN $215/CORD 207-676-8458
tors and actresses overplay this character to the point where clowning detracts from the real appeal of this show, which is the music. And speaking of the music, Rebecca Cesario, an Arundel Barn veteran actress, gives a dazzling and convincing performance in the title role. Cesario has obviously listened very carefully to Cline’s recordings and has mastered the famous star’s emotive contralto vocal style, including her distinctive inflections and phrasing. Her round face, framed in curly brown hair, closely matches vintage photos of Cline.
“We’re not trying to do an impersonation,” explained director Brian Swasey. “We’re just trying to get the stylings right.” With the aid of music director Alan Patrick Kenny, who coached her through rehearsals, Cesario has succeeded admirably. Kudos also to costumer Rheanna Oliver-Palanca. Cesario has numerous costume changes, with about a dozen classic 1960s dresses. Her most attention-getting getup was her first: a striking red cowgirl suit trimmed with fringe. I also liked Chris Rhoton’s simple set, with barn frame
timbers filling the proscenium – think of a barn within a barn – plus a very realistic kitchen corner constructed at extreme stage right. Ed Reichert leads a four-man band – called the Bodacious Bobcats – which is located at the rear of the stage, in full view of the audience.
FRANMAN Airport - Weddings - Events Serving Portland to Boston Logan - Jet Port - Manchester Call Tom Franey 603-312-0782 www.franmantransportation.com Facebook: Franman Transportation
LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: email@example.com
THE STUFF PEOPLE will remove your unwanted yard sale items for only $15! Call 207-219-3433 to schedule a pick-up time.
3-FAMILY MOVING SALE Sunday, August 25th 8 AM to 2 PM Clothes, furniture, toys, books and lots of odds and ends. 276 US Rte 1 in York, Maine
CUSTOMIZED GUITAR LESSONS All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252
YARD SALE Saturday, August 24 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. 138 State Road (Rt. 1), Kittery Pine jelly cabinet, wooden cradle, blue & white porcelain, rug, custom jewelry, pants, electronics & much more! MOVING SALE Sat. Aug. 24 & Sun. Aug. 25 9 AM – 3 PM 228 Locksley Lane, Wells Bedroom and living room furniture, exercise equipment, collectibles, ACs, tools, and stuff. Everything must go!
3-FAMILY YARD SALE Saturday, August 24 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. 3 Jeffrey Drive, York Antique quilts, quilt rack, antique dishes, coverlet, furniture, costume jewelry, silk flowers, Christmas items, and much more!
GARAGE SALE 8/23 - 8/25; 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. 58 Rogers Road, Kittery ME Everything Must Go. Household Furniture, Lawn Furniture, Tools, Trunks, Leaf Blower, Lamps, Air Compressor, Generator, and much more.
Sat. 8/31 & Sun. 9/1 (Weather Permitting) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm • 94 Highland Ave Just moved into town, many household furnishings, glassware, furniture, curtains, lamps & accessories to sell. Lots of great items for rental properties.
YARD SALE Saturday 8/31 & Sunday 9/1 8am-2pm House and lawn furniture, dishes, bowling balls, collectibles, and much more! 98 Fox Ridge Dr, Wells
LABOR DAY WEEKEND YARD SALE
Household items collected over 60 years
Saturday & Sunday, August 24 & 25 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. 5 Leeward Lane (off River Rd.)
TOPSOIL / LOAM
TOPSOIL Blended with shellfish compost. It’s not too late in the season to rebuild your lawn with our special blend of organic topsoil/loam and shellfish compost. Don’t get fooled by those others that blend with compost derived from sewage treatment plants. There are very few that blend their loam with shellfish compost.
CALL (207) 282-4445
HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970
CLEANING SERVICES SHIRLEY’S SPOTLESS HOME CLEANING Dependable, thorough, and trustworthy. No Saturdays. 207-439-1363
B/A ACCOUNTING Roberta (Bobbi) Macrum, CPA Bookkeeping, payroll, tax prep Small business consulting bonded & insured money mgmt Call 207-850-1292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOKKEEPING LCB BOOKKEEPING Lee Bryant QuickBooks ProAdvisor 207-475-5495
PLUMBING & HEATING Plumbing & Heating Service
RUTH LANE CLEANING SERVICE Dusting, vacuuming, washing floors, etc. $12-15/hr, 2 hr min. 603.953.7034
Boilers, Furnaces, Monitors, Toyo 207-651-6876
IRONING & PRESSING Kennebunk Area Men’s & Women’s Clothing, Curtains, Bed Linen 207-449-9118
WANTED TO BUY * Antiques * Silver * Gold * CHRIS LORD ANTIQUES
ITEMS FOR SALE TRUCK MECHANIC TOOLS Snap-on Mac, some craftsmen, pork wrench, impact wrench, sockets up to 2.5, & lots more! $8000 worth of tools going for $1500. Call Tom - Mon through Fri, 4:30 to 9. (207) 608-9255.. CHUCK NORRIS TOTAL GYM Never used. Was $1800. Asking $800. Call 207-251-4062
AUTOS WANTED JUNK/USED VEHICLES & SCRAP METAL WANTED (207) 363-7492 / (207) 423-0068 Please leave message.
SEASONED FIREWOOD Quality & Quantity Guaranteed $265/Cord ~ Green $220/Cord Free Local Delivery 207-337-0773 DRY 16” FIREWOOD Cut, Split & Delivered $265 / Cord 207-439-5974 GREEN FIREWOOD Cut To Order $200/Cord 207-409-6567 MOULTON’S FIREWOOD “Quality & Quantity is our Priority” $200 / cord Green $265 / cord Seasoned Berwick, Maine 207-651-7584 SEASONED FIREWOOD Cut at 16”. Split over 10 months ago. $265/cord. Delivered. 207-252-2016 DRY FIREWOOD $265 Cord Delivered 207-361-1139
AUTOS FOR SALE
One Item or Entire Estate. Cash paid for all antiques. Antique furniture, oriental rugs, paintings, old weather-vanes, glass, china, pottery, old clocks, lamps, antique dolls & toys, guns, swords, duck decoys, coins, old prints, books, old photography. Buying antiques for over 20 years.
Home: (207) 676-1034 Cell: (207) 233-5814 MAINE & NH
Cadillac DeVille in pristine condition 67,000 original miles A must-see! $10,000 or best offer Call Jimmy • 361-7169 FOR SALE 1991 CORVETTE WELL MAINTAINED Please call 617-909-2725 for more information.
CASH FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK $100 UP TO $100,000 AVAILABLE!
! K O LO
Paid Off or Not Instant Money on the Spot! All Makes & Models • Wholesale Buyer
– DON’T GET RIPPED OFF – CONTACT ME LAST:
HOATY @ TOLL FREE 1-877-395-FORD,
207-363-2483, or email email@example.com
We need late model trucks and autos of any kind.
Paying up to
for the right vehicles!
Buys Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, RVs Campers We’ll beat best offers!
100 Dow Highway, Eliot, ME 03903 Phone: 207-439-0263, Kevin or Gary Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Dan: (207) 251-2221 or Email: email@example.com
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~ Classifieds ~ RENTALS
Pre-Leasing is underway for
WELLS 2nd Floor small one bedroom with 3/4 bath. One bay in garage available. $650/mo. + utilities. New 4 bedroom, 2 bath condo. One-car garage, stove, fridge, dishwasher, and washer/dryer. $1600/mo. + utilities. Garnsey Bros. Rentals (207) 646-8301
WELLS OCEANFRONT Oceanfront Crescent Beach in Wells. 2 BR sleeps 3. Fully furnished. Gas or elec heat. Deck. Fenced yard. Stairs to beach. Absolutely no pets or smoking. Security deposit. References & lease. $850/mo + utilities. Avail. 10/5 to 5/31. Call 207-646-7566.
“EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY”
FURNISHED ROOM - YORK Year round rental available NOW to mature female. Kitchen, laundry and utilities included, but no phone. No smoking or pets. $400/mo. Call 207-363-3312
WE NEED RENTALS! We have renters but not enough homes in York, Kittery, Eliot and S. Berwick. Call us to list your long term property for free. No obligations or restrictions! BILL JONES REALTY TEAM 207-636-7531 www.billjonesrealtyteam.com
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE Wells, Maine • $112,900 Park Model 1 BR & double loft. Offering LAND OWNERSHIP. Full bath & kit, porch & deck. Largest lot, no abutters, close to beaches. Youtube: 54 Bypass Rd, #7, Wells. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-485-5851 for a showing.
Carriage House Apartments York’s First Workforce Housing Development New units are presently under construction and will be available for rent October 1st. Brand new, affordable, roomy two-bedroom energy efficient apartments in established neighborhood, close to everything! Rent is $800 per month with tenant paid electricity. Please call York Housing for an application and more information, 363-8444. COMMERCIAL RENTALS
1200 SF office space in modern building on 1st floor with paved parking. Please call for details. Chick RE (207)439-8360 or (207)252-0752
TRUSTWORTHY RETIREE will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) play checkers, scrabble, cribbage & other card games. 4) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 5) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519 or 207-240-6168
PLUMB NEW DEPTHS IN YOUR LIFE! Creative nonfiction writing workshop will give you important writing tools to access a richer vision of your life. Thursday evenings, 7 - 9, Sept.19, bi-monthly, through Dec. 12. $200 (total). Payment in full required Sept. 19. In Portsmouth. Call Sue, 207-475-8602.
YORK: Prime business location with an OFFICE FOR RENT. 525 sq ft, 1st floor, right off lobby, $750/mo. Includes heat, electric, central A/C and conference room. CALL 207-363-3819 ASAP!
EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND SUITES Prime Route One, Wells location. Offices with shared waiting area, kitchen and bath. Suites available at attractive terms. Newly remodeled building, handicap accessible. Ample, well-lit parking. Sign on incentives! Starting at $500/month, all inclusive!
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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORECLOSURE SALE Pursuant to 14 M.R.S.A. §6323 By virtue of and in execution of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Order of Sale entered on April 23, 2013, in the York County Superior Court, Civil Action Docket No. RE-12-70 in an action brought by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff, against Ronald J. Soucie and Deborah E. Soucie, Defendants, for the foreclosure of a mortgage dated April 18, 2006, and recorded in the York County Registry of Deeds in Book 14826, Page 180, the statutory ninety (90) day redemption period having elapsed without redemption, notice is hereby given that the aforementioned property will be sold at a public sale at 10:00 a.m. on September 24, 2013, at the law offices of Jerome J. Gamache, Esquire, AINSWORTH, THELIN & RAFTICE, P. A., Seven Ocean Street, South Portland, ME 04106, (207) 767-4824, all and singular the premises described in said mortgage and being a certain lot of land with the buildings thereon, situated in the Town of South Berwick, County of York, and State of Maine, described in said mortgage as being located at 50 Springtree Lane. (Note: The identification of the location of the property is as stated in the mortgage, which may have been subject to change and/or differ from the Town of South Berwick records). TERMS OF SALE: The property shall be sold to the highest bidder at the sale, who shall pay a deposit of Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5,000.00) in cash, certified check or funds acceptable to mortgagee at the time and place of sale. The successful bidder shall be required to execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement with said JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association with the aforesaid Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5,000.00) or sum equal to ten percent (10%) of the bid price, whichever is greater, as a non-refundable and non-interest bearing deposit thereon providing for a closing within thirty (30) days of the date of the public sale, at which time the balance of the bid price will be due and payable in cash, certified check or check acceptable to mortgagee upon presentation of the Deed. The property will be sold subject to all easements and rights of way either of record or otherwise existing. The property will be sold subject to real estate taxes assessed and due and payable to the Town of South Berwick, water and sewer charges and any liens and encumbrances of greater priority than said mortgage. The property shall be sold AS IS, and WHERE IS without any warranties whatsoever expressed, implied or otherwise which warranties are disclaimed. Additional terms to be announced at the sale.
AINSWORTH, THELIN & RAFTICE, P.A. P.O. Box 2412 South Portland, ME 04116-2412 (207) 767-4824
Jerome J. Gamache, Esq. Attorney for JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association
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