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Pumpkinman Triathlon to Attract Region’s Top Competitors SOUTH BERWICK – Mike Caiazzo, Matt Russell, Nathan Buttrick and Marshwood High School teacher Vinny Johnson, will headline a field of the region’s top elite triathletes at the Pumpkinman Triathlon festival on Sept. 7 and 8. Caiazzo won the half iron race in 2011, the same year Russell captured the sprint title. Both finished in the top five in both the sprint and half distances in 2012. This year the duo will again compete in both events. First-year professionals Buttrick and Johnson will likely factor into the podium picture during the half iron

race. Both are Pumpkinman veterans and contenders for the title in the longer of the weekend’s two races. Catherine Sterling enters the 2013 sprint race as a pre-race favorite in the women’s elite race. Sterling finished second last year, but won the event in 2011. She will be joined by a field that includes standouts Jessica Barton, Leslie Why, Kimberly Shattuck, Robin Sandos, and Nicole Pisani. Angela Bancroft, Amanda Kourtz, Mary Holt-Wilson, Carolyn Pfalzgraf, Amy D’Anna, Robin Sandos, and Nicole Pisani are competing in the elite division of the half iron race. With the absence of

Vinny Johnson, a Marshwood High School teacher and professional triathlete, will headline the field of top competitors in the Pumpkinman Triathlon. (courtesy photo)

defending champion Amber Ferreira, the race promises to be one of the most closely contested of the weekend.

Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival Slated Next Weekend WELLS – The 26th annual Laudholm Nature Crafts Festival will be held at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm on Sept. 7 and 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Admission is $7 per person, with a Weekender two-day pass avail-

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of the artisans’ work is hard to match,” added Charov. “That’s why this crafts festival has such a loyal following.” Lunch fare features chowder, sandwiches, pizza, hot dogs, ice cream, and homemade desserts. Duffy’s Tavern and Grill will serve beer, wine, a frozen cocktail, and, on Sunday morning, bloody mary and mimosa options. A visit to the Wells Reserve at Laudholm often means a walk on trails that lead through fields, forest, and salt marsh to unspoiled Laudholm Beach. The Wells Reserve at Laudholm has a no-pets, no-smoking policy. In addition to Kennebunk See CRAFT page 3...

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Paratriathlete John Young returns to Pumpkinman one year after completing his first half iron distance race. Young,

Capriccio 2013 Promises Poetry, Music and High-Flying Fun

The Kite Festival on Ogunquit Beach Saturday, Sept. 7, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., is Capriccio 2013’s popular family event. Children will receive free kites to decorate and fly, and part of the beach will be reserved for the professionals with their colorful, multi-faceted kites. (courtesy photo)

OGUNQUIT – Capriccio, Ogunquit’s town-wide, two-week festival of the arts, will kick off on Labor Day, bringing to the village’s quaint streets, bustling venues and sweeping beaches an array of events more numerous than ever. The Dunaway Center, Barn Gallery, Ogunquit Museum of American Art, Ogunquit Heritage Museum, Ogunquit Baptist

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who is having an incredible season, will again race in the 70.3 mile event. Since its inception in 2007, the Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival has awarded and donated over $400,000 back to communities in Southern Maine. The festival, which takes place on Sept. 7 and 8 at Spring Hill, 117 Pond Road, hosts 1,150 multisport athletes and 2,000 spectators. Its success is due in part to the participation of 400 local volunteers, many of whom are Marshwood students. For more information, contact Event Director Kat Donatello at kat@pumpkinmantriathlon.com.

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OGUNQUIT – The Marginal Way Preservation Fund’s (MWPF) Board of Directors, in cooperation with Barbara and Richard O’Leary, will host a benefit from 4 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 51 Ontio Way. Since space is limited, registration by Aug. 30 is requested. Plans include live music by the Thomas Snow Duo, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres. Maine artist Mary Byrom will display her painting of the Marginal Way and sign a limited number of high-quality giclée reproductions. Byrom donated the artwork to the preservation effort. Tax-deductible donations of $125 per person are payable to the Marginal Way Preservation Fund.

A painting of the Marginal Way donated by Maine artist Mary Byrom. (courtesy photo)

Advance register at www. marginalwayfund.org. E-mail info@marginalwayfund.org or send checks to MWPF, PO Box 1455, Ogunquit, ME 03907. Parking will be available at the Ogunquit Baptist Church, 157 Shore Road. A courtesy shuttle will transport guests to and from the event.

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...FUN from page 1 sary as an independent town. It has grown over the years into a two-week celebration of the arts that this year will extend through Sept. 15. “Poets in Person” is the traditional opening event of Capriccio on Monday, Sept. 2 – Labor Day – at 7:30 p.m. at the Barn Gallery. Local and regional poets will read from their works. The poets never cease to surprise – one year a poet sang his poem. Others recite their works from memory. But all are performed with a warmth and flair. A special music event is scheduled on Saturday, Sept. 7, when the Jason Anick Jazz Trio takes the stage at the Dunaway Center at 8 p.m. Sponsored by Ogunquit Performing Arts, the performance catches the trio fresh out of the studio, recording Anick’s second album “Tipping Point.” The album features two of

New England’s finest jazz musicians – pianist Matt Dechamplaine and bassist Greg Loughman. Anick plays jazz violin and mandolin. The Saturday night performance will include originals along with classic jazz/swing tunes, and even an occasional rearranged Beatles tune, making the concert perfect for every musical palate. Tickets are $15 in advance and are available at the Dunaway Center, Ogunquit Welcome Center, Ogunquit Camera Shop, at the shop at the Chamber of Commerce website: www. ogunquit.org/shop.php ); $18 at the door. One of the most popular features of Capriccio is the Kite Festival on Ogunquit Beach on Saturday, Sept. 7, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free kites are available for children to decorate, fly, and win prizes. Professionals with large, colorful kites will also participate, and the skies are always full

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The Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival Committee greatly appreciates the support of the local community. At the request of the South Berwick Police Department, and in an effort to promote the safety of the athletes, community and volunteers, a listing of the roads that will be used for cyclists and runners are listed below. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the event organizers at kyle@ pumpkinmantriathlon.com.

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KENNEBUNKPORT – Vice Adm. George W. Emery, U.S. Navy (retired), will be the featured speaker at a Sept. 5 meeting of Newcomers and Neighbors at Kennebunkport Community House. Emery graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1963. He com-

manded two nuclear submarines during his 33-year naval career and was appointed the 24th Commander of the United States and Allied Submarine Forces, Atlantic, by President Bill Clinton in 1993. Emery grew up in Alfred and Springvale and graduated from Sanford High School.

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~ News ~ ...RAPSIS from page 6 hardest to do well because timing is so important, and often less is more,” Rapsis said. “It’s important not to overpower what’s on the screen, which can keep audience members from hearing each other react. These films were built for audience reaction, and being swept along by the crowd is one of the great things about silent film. And I find I can best go with that flow if I’m with them and responding to the film, and not buried in sheet music.” Rapsis, a newspaper publisher by day, is a lifelong silent film fan who also studied classical piano. He began to accompany silent film screenings in 2005, after composing the score for an independent feature film, “Dangerous Crosswinds.” “It’s kind of a lost art, but

once I tried doing it, I found I could naturally come up with music that helped silent films come to life,” Rapsis said. “And I really enjoyed the process because it combined two things I really loved: silent film and music. For me, it was like putting chocolate and peanut butter together. And I never had time to prepare anything elaborate in advance, so that led me down the improv path.” Improvisation was once a key element of music, not just in silent film scores but also in many other eras. Composers such as Beethoven and Mozart would often improvise cadenzas to their piano concertos, and would sometimes pit their keyboard virtuosity against other performers in concerts. Today, improvisation is being reintroduced to classical music as a way to bring new life to the field. Although he uses a

modern digital synthesizer, Rapsis creates music that maintains a traditional “movie score” orchestral sound. His music, however, differs from what audiences might have heard in the 1920s. “You have to remember that audiences today have several generations of film music in their head,” Rapsis said. “There’s that shower scene in Hitchcock’s ‘Psycho,’ for example, with composer Bernard Herrmann’s dissonant high strings squealing away to create a sense of terror. So while I maintain a traditional sound, I try to use that wideranging musical vocabulary to help make silent films work for modern audiences.” The Leavitt’s next silent screening will be Harold Lloyd’s classic feature comedy “Grandma’s Boy” (1922) on Thursday, Aug. 29, at 8 p.m. Admission is $10 adults,

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SANFORD – Waban’s Fraser-Ford Child Development Center recently conducted a graduation ceremony for 43 children who are ready to enter kindergarten at the start of this school year. Family members were the audience for the event and the children wore colorful mor...COLLEGE from page 5 began in 1997 at the University of Southern Maine in Portland, and is currently a consortium of 17 independent groups from York County to Fort Kent. For more information about the Senior College, the open house, membership or schedule of classes, call 207-2164343, e-mail msimmons@yccc. edu or visit www.yccc.edu.

tarboards decorated with their names. Teachers from eight classrooms celebrated by handing out diplomas to each child, and gave speeches about each student’s positive growth and personal attributes. Gift bags with supplies for kindergarten were distributed. The Fraser-Ford Child Development Center addresses the needs of preschool children with autism, developmental disabilities, severe medical issues, Downs syndrome and other developmental delays with the goal of transitioning to public school systems. The skills they learn help to level the playing field when mainstreamed with other public school students. The center’s guiding principles are based on the belief that given the opportunity, all children can succeed.

The center’s students receive speech, occupational or physical therapy for social, language and self-help skill-building and under the care and teamwork of families, teachers, therapists and a licensed clinician, have succeeded in many measurable ways. “It’s great to be a part of their formative years and provide skills that will help them for the rest of their lives. The window of opportunity is now,” said Jason

Shute, director of children’s curriculum and clinical services. Sarah Mehlhorn, children’s program operations and community services director, noted, “Early intervention efforts for children with special needs lead to children with more independence, innumerable successes, and a significantly reduced need for other services throughout their lifetime.” In a note to his teachers,

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~ News ~ White Pine Plans Annual Scholarship “Fun-Raiser” YORK – On Sunday, Sept. 8, from 4 to 7 p.m., White Pine Programs is once again teaming up with Lobster in the Rough, 1000 Route 1, for a night of seafood, conversation around the firepit, live music, and games. Money raised at this “FunRaiser” will go directly to scholarships for families in need. Research shows that children benefit from time spent outdoors. Richard Louv, author of the best–selling “Last Child in the Woods,” writes, “There’s a generation now that didn’t grow up in nature. Some of these adults are parents and they know that nature is good for their kids but they don’t know where to

start.” White Pine Programs offers a variety of outdoor experiences for children, including a forest kindergarten program for youngsters 4 to 6 years old. Visit www.WhitePinePrograms. org.

Tickets to the “Scholarship Fun-Raiser” are $25 for everyone over 21. Everyone else is free. There will be beer tasting sponsored by Smuttynose Brewing Company, and appetizers, soft drinks and desserts provided by the White Pine Board of Di-

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60 Companies Make the ‘Best Places to Work in Maine’ List

AUGUSTA – The Maine State Council of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) has announced that a recordbreaking 60 companies have been named in the eighth annual “Best Places to Work in Maine” program. The 2013 Best Places to Work in Maine program recognizes companies that have established and consistently fostered outstanding workplace environments. Partners endorsing the program include: Best Companies Group, Maine HR Convention, The Maine State Chamber of Commerce, The Maine Department of Labor, The Department of Economic and Community Development, and Mainebiz. The premier sponsor is Bernstein Shur of Portland. The assessment process, administered by the Best Companies Group, evaluates each company’s employee policies and procedures as well as responses from the company’s employees. The program is part of a long-term initiative to encourage growth and excellence throughout all Maine companies. The program also helps companies that want to improve their scores. The Best Companies Group “Employee Feedback Report” is presented to each participating company, even if it did not make the list. The report summarizes employee engagement and satisfaction data, the “Maine Benchmark Report,”

and the transcript of employee written comments. The report is used by many organizations to make significant improvements in their workplace culture. Each winning company in both the Small/Medium and Large categories will find out how it ranked at an awards banquet Oct. 10 at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland. And the 2013 Best Places to Work in Maine, arranged by category and alphabetically, are: Small/Medium Category Albin, Randall & Bennett, CPAs, Portland; Allagash Brewing Company, Portland; Allen Insurance and Financial, Camden; Androscoggin Bank, Lewiston; Bar Harbor Bank and Trust, Bar Harbor; Bernstein Shur, Portland; Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, East Boothbay; BlueTarp Financial Inc., Portland; BONNEY Staffing Center, Portland; CashStar Inc., Portland; Connectivity Point Design and Installation LLC, Auburn; CUSO Mortgage Corp, Hampden; Day One, South Portland; FISC Solutions, Lewiston; Franklin Savings Bank, Farmington; GreenPages Technology Solutions, Kittery; Hall Internet Marketing, Scarborough; Holden Agency Insurance, Portland; Hydro International, Portland; Infinity Federal Credit Union, Westbrook; Kepware Technologies, Portland; Kleinschmidt, Pittsfield; Legacy Publishing Co., West-

Saco Drive-In Competes for Chance to Win Digital Projector SACO – The Saco Drive-In is participating in Honda’s Project Drive-In, a nationwide contest sponsored by Honda Motor Co. Inc., to win a digital projector. The public votes for their favorite drive-in nationwide and the top five drive-in theaters will receive a digital projector. About 300 drive-ins exist nationally, and fewer than half will survive the 2014 conversion to digital projection due to the high cost of digital projectors (about $75,000). Area residents can support the Saco Drive-In by visbrook; Liquid Wireless, Portland; Machias Savings Bank, Machias; Maine Center for Cancer Medicine, Scarborough; Maine Community Foundation, Ellsworth; Maine Community Health Options, Lewiston; Maine Credit Union League/ Synergent, Portland; Maine Savings Federal Credit Union, Hampden; Maine State Credit Union, Augusta; Mechanics Savings Bank, Auburn; MMG Insurance Company, Presque Isle; MOUNTAIN Ltd., New Gloucester’ Nurse Anesthesia of Maine, Brewer; Oxford Federal Credit Union, Mexico; Patriot Subaru, Saco; PeoplesChoice Credit Union, Saco; Plixer, Kennebunk; Portland Webworks Inc., Portland; Putney Inc., PortSee COMPANIES page 26...

iting http://thesacodrivein. com/projectdrivein/ or going straight to http://projectdrivein. com/#vote_7 to cast a vote. In addition, they can vote via text message by sending the code Vote7 to 444999. Each person can vote once per day via text and online giving everyone two votes every 24 hours.

Winners will be announced in September. We need you to share this message with your friends and family and make sure we preserve not only Maine’s but New England’s Oldest Drive-In! A Saco, Maine, attraction since 1939, the Saco Drive-In is celebrating its 74th season this year. Since its inception, the Saco Drive-In has been a local, family-owned business, originally operated by Italian immigrant Eugene V. Boragine who came to the U.S. via Ellis Island in 1909. America’s second oldest still-operational drive-in offers movies from May to October.

Senator Welcomes York Family to Washington WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Brenna family of York met with U.S. Sen. Susan Collins during their recent visit to Washington, D.C. The Brenna family received a tour of the U.S. Capitol Building from a member of the senator’s staff. From left to right, Anthony Brenna, Stephanie Brenna, Susan Collins, Lauren Brenna, Andrew Brenna, and Diane Brenna (courtesy photo)

~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday, Aug. 30 Italian Dinner

An all-you-can-eat Italian dinner will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Congregational Church of Wells, 1695 Post Road, U.S. Route 1, on Friday, Aug. 30. Cost is $8 per adult, $4 for children 6 to 12 years old. Children under 6 are free. Family maximum cost is $20. Meal includes pasta and meat entree, salad, rolls, beverage, and dessert.

Saturday, Aug. 31 Charity Bazaar

A charity bazaar is planned from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31 at Dharma-Shop, Meadowbrook Plaza, 641 Route 1, York. Gifts, home decor, art, books, clothing and accessories will be offered. Proceeds support the Yogarising Fund, community yoga classes for those in need.

Sunday, Sept. 1 Breakfast Planned

The Knights of Columbus, Council 12033, will host an all-you-caneat breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1, at St. Martha’s Church Hall, 30

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Arundel Lodge No. 76, 10 North St., Kennebunkport, will host a lobster and steak bake from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1. Prices: One lobster, $12; two lobsters, $20; one Lobster and one steak, $22; 1 steak, $15. For more information: 985-5610.

A monthly American Legion meeting is set at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at Berwick Town Hall, 11 Sullivan Square. All area veterans are invited to join members of Charles S. Hatch Post No. 79 for an evening of sharing and fellowship. Parking is available.

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York Elks Lodge, 1704 Route 1, will host a chicken shoot at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1. Call 207-361-

Harbourside Garden Club will hold a monthly meeting at noon on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the Parish House of the First Congregational Church, 23 Pepperrell Road in Kittery Point. Following a brief business meeting and refreshments, the program “Create a Terrarium” will be presented by Jack Carroll of Wentworth Greenhouses. For further information, see www. harboursidegc.org or contact President Lori Kercher at 207 439-4814.

Friday, Sept. 6 Open Stage Event

The Kittery Art Association, 8 Coleman Ave, Kittery Point, will present its First Friday open stage from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Sept 6. Piano, guitar and bass amp and sound system will be provided. Music, mime, theater skits, poetry, juggling welcome. These concerts

will be presented the first Friday of every month through May.

Local Night

Local Night with Lex and Joe will be presented at 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, at The Hive, 84 Main St., Kennebunk. Admission is $10.

Saturday, Sept. 7 Annual Picnic

An annual American Legion picnic hosted by Charles S. Hatch Post No. 79 will begin at noon on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Berwick, Maine Recreation Field. The event is open to all members and their families. The post will provide hot dogs, hamburgers and brats with rolls. Members will bring drinks and a menu item to share (salad, side dishes, dessert). Games and gym equipment provided. Plenty of table space, bring your own chairs as desired.

Sunday, Sept. 8 Entertainment Slated

Pianist Ethan Stone will perform at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, at Atria Kennebunk. Stone graduated from Berklee College of Music with a bachelor’s degree in jazz composition. Since then, he has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America. Light refreshments will be served. Call 985-5866.


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~ Library News ~ York Public Library Spotlights Seacoast Moderns YORK – The Seacoast Moderns, a group was conceived by Ross Batchelder in 2010 to encourage less traditional artists among the membership of the Kittery Art Association, will present a contemporary art exhibit Sept. 3 to Oct. 28 at York Public Library, 15 Long Sands Road. As it has grown, different artists – Rhonda Mann, Stephanie Antonio, and now DarylAnn Hurst – have led this group. The group meets monthly to share new artistic ideas, as well as new work, and critique each other in a supportive manner. It is within this subgroup of artistic expression that the Seacoast Moderns reach out into the greater art community to present their somewhat alter-

William Fogg Library Authors’ Fair Slated

The William Fogg Library in Eliot is seeking authors for an Authors’ Fair to be held Monday, Oct. 28, at the library from 6 to 8 p.m. Authors will be invited to do book signings, greet fans, and sell books. Refreshments will be served. Authors may keep proceeds, but the library is asking each author to donate one book to the library for a book basket raffle. Local New Hampshire or Maine authors should please contact Lydia Goodwin at the library to register for the fair. Space is limited.

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Artists of the Seacoast Moderns group – Adam Baer, Anne Strout, Bill Moore, Christopher M. Strickland, Daryl-Ann Hurst, Diane Clement, Elaine Mendzola, Jeff Vinciguerra, Jodi Edwards, Karen Camlin, Marilyn Price, Mell Boesch, Patricia Sevigny-Higgins, Sally Allen, and Steffanie Antonio – will talk about their current exhibit at a reception on the main level of York Public Library at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 10. The exhibit will be on display through Oct. 28.

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Lemieux Exhibition to Open at Kennebunk Library KENNEBUNK – “Coastal Confrontation,” the works of Annie Lemieux, will be on display in the Speers Gallery at Kennebunk Free Library, 112 Main St., Kennebunk, during the month of September. Through the media of photography, oil and watercolor painting, the artist expresses her good fortune in growing up in Southern Maine. Sea, surf, rocks, big skies and woods, all the elements of the rugged coastline, are captured in the moment between the moving and the unmoved. Working “en plein aire,” Lemieux reveals the character of the place in her composition and palette. Lemieux is a member of the The Barn Gallery/Ogunquit Art Association where she exhibits photographs, and is currently

exhibiting in the “Blues” theme show through the first week of September. She will also exhibit in the upcoming show “Artists and Models.” She is also a member of the Art Guild of the Kennebunks. Her work was recently exhibited in the group artists’ show “Index,” as part of the reopening of The Hive gallery in Kennebunk. Last summer, Lemieux had a solo show at the Saco Museum entitled, “The Beauty of Decline” and exhibited works in a solo show at the Kennebunk Free Library. Lemieux graduated from the University of Southern Maine with a bachelor of fine arts degree and a bachelor of science degree in art education. She taught art at the Mildred L. Day Memorial School and at River

writer and editor Martha White and her “Remembering E.B. White.” This event will be held on Sunday, Sept. 8, at 2p.m. There is no charge and the public is invited. White will tell stories of her grandfather and legendary Maine author.

Discover the Appalachian Trail with hiker Christi “Deva” Holmes, on Saturday, Sept. 14, at 11:30 a.m. Holmes will share stories and photos from her journey hiking the Appalachian Trail in 2011. She will describe the 2,181-mile hike as a first-time backpacker. The Appalachian Trail winds from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mount Katahdin in Maine. Highlights include the Great Smokies and Shenandoah National Parks, the White Mountains, and Maine’s own 100-mile Wilderness.

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D.A. Hurd Library Star Party Set

As part of a Starblast Telescope loaning program, the D. A. Hurd Librar y in Nor th Berwick has asked the Astronomical Society of Northern New England to facilitate an “Ask an Astronomer” and Star Party on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Starting at 6 p.m., guests can talk to a local astronomer about the operation of the loaner scope and other scopes, as well as ask questions about astronomy in general. A Star Party will follow.

Hiker to Offer Talk

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Wells Public Library Raffle Slated

The Wells Public Library will raffle a framed print by Gordon Robinson print at 10 a.m. on Sept. 12. Tickets are $1 for one, $5 for six, and $10 for 20. Proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Wells Public Library, who support the chil-

Marginal Way, a work by Annie Lemieux (courtesy photo)

Tree Arts. She was accepted into the master’s degree program at Heartwood College of Art and is currently An artist’s reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 10. dren’s summer reading program, children’s performers, and adult presenters. Contact the Friends of the Wells Public Library with any questions at friendsofwellslibrary@yahoo.com.

Annie’s Book Stop

During the month of September, Annie’s Book Stop will donate proceeds from the outside book rack to the Friends of the Wells Public Library.

Lunch and Learn

On Friday, Sept. 6, at noon, Hannaford dietitian Amy McClellan, MS, RD, LD, will share information about portion size and weight control in a Lunch and Learn program. Participants are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch, and desserts will be provided. This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. Registration is appreciated but not required.

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Health & Fitness United Way Kick-Off Scheduled

YORK COUNTY – The United Way kickoff for York County will take

place on Thursday, Sept. 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the University of New England’s Harold

Alfond Forum in Biddeford. Attending this event provides an opportunity to meet the ex-

ecutive team, chat with fellow United Way supporters, and meet staff and volunteers of the United Way of York County. Cost per person is $10,

which includes hot and cold appetizers. A cash bar will also be provided. Advance registration is required at www.buildcommunity.org.

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Free Health Education Programs All programs are located at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in the Garrison Wing Auditoriums. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 740-2817.

Ovarian Cancer: Facts, Fiction & Future

Genetics: The Future of Medicine

John Schorge, MD, FACOG, FACS, Mass General Chief of Gynecologic Oncology and Director of the Gynecologic Oncology Program at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital, will discuss how to reduce your risk of developing ovarian cancer and how to recognize the early signs and symptoms that are too often ignored. Dr. Schorge will also review the latest innovative treatment options for patients.

Eugene Soares, MD, Ph.D., FAAP, Medical Director of Wentworth Health Partners’ Center for Medical Genetics, will discuss genetics and its importance in medicine as well as the ethical issues raised by the application of genetics in medicine.

Tues., September 3rd at 6 p.m.

All You’ve Ever Wanted to Know about your Prostate Thurs., September 5th at 5:30 p.m.

Peter Degnan, MD, of Wentworth Health Partners’ Seacoast Integrative Medicine, will discuss function and purpose of the prostate and how best to prevent problems through nutrition and lifestyle choices. He will also discuss controversies in prostate health such as the use of supplements and screening. Come celebrate Prostate Cancer Awareness Month with us! Dinner Included - generously provided by NH Prostate Cancer Coalition Grant

Break Free From Pelvic Floor Disorders Mon., October 7th at 6 p.m.

Elizabeth Chase, MD, of Garrison Women’s Health Center, will present an evening for exploring treatments available for women with urinary incontinence and pelvic prolapse.

Mon., October 14th at 6 p.m.

Vegetarian Nutrition Tues., October 15th at 7 p.m.

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Outpatient Dietitian Leigh Davenport, RD, LD, will review how to plan your vegetarian diet for optimal health and the inclusion of necessary nutrients.

Wentworth-Douglass Hospital & Health Foundation Our Foundation supports educational programs, health services, camps for children with chronic illnesses and more at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. If you would like to invest in the health of our community, please contact our Foundation at (603) 740-2687 or www.WDHospital.com/Foundation.

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Series Explores Complex Patient-Provider Issues NORTH BERWICK – A tri-community discussion program exploring the complex issues of patients and their health care providers will open with a discussion of Anne Fadiman’s “The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept.

11, at the D.A. Hurd Library in North Berwick. The five-part series, “Exploring Human Boundaries: Literary Perspectives on Health Care Providers and Their Patients,” is being hosted by the Tri-Berwick Library Group in conjunction with Maine Hu-

Durgin Pines Worker Receives Award KITTERY – In September, the Ombudsman Program will hold the 11th Annual Excellence in Long-Term Care Awards event at the Blaine House in Augusta. Nancy Mitchell-Stocks, York, who has been employed at Durgin Pines since 2009, will be awarded an Excellence in Long-Term Care Award. She was nominated by the administrator at Durgin Pines, Nick Bridges, who noted, “Nancy provides a walking, smiling, overly positive and animated example of how to be happy in your work and no one can help but be upbeat when

around her, whether they are staff or our residents.” To be considered, nominees must meet certain criteria, including demonstration of extraordinary leadership among their peers, dedication to resident rights and a commitment to providing excellent care. Nominations for the award were submitted by long-term care facilities statewide, and winners were selected by an independent panel of judges with long-term care expertise. Nancy is one of 16 of the state’s direct care workers to be honored with the Excellence in Long-Term Care Award this year.

manities. It is free and open to everyone. Each of the sessions, held every other Wednesday at 6:30 at a library in the Berwicks, will be facilitated by a Maine Humanities guest lecturer as part of the organization’s “Let’s Talk About It” series. Based on the premise that health care professionals do not always focus on what is most important to the patient and the patient’s family, five classic 20th century accounts of illness, death, and dying will be examined. Copies of the selections are available at the three Berwick libraries. Other titles in the series are “The Yellow Wallpaper”

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Health & Fitness Maine Hospitals Recognized by American Heart Association

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Fiber Arts Exhibition Slated YORK HARBOR – The York Art Association, 394 York St., will present “Fourth Fabulous Fiber Arts Show,” a juried fiber art exhibit, Sept. 5 through 29. The exhibition will be judged by Rose Mary Cullen, a textile artist and teacher who

specializes in contemporary embroidered textile art. Artwork will be judged on artistic value, workmanship, and originality. Gallery hours are Thursdays through Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. An opening reception will be held on Sunday, Sept. 8, from 4 to 6 p.m.

Stieglitz Video to Conclude Summer Series at Barn Gallery OGUNQUIT – The “Art Videos at the Gallery” series at the Barn Gallery, Bourne Lane at Shore Road, will end the 2013 season on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m. with a showing of the film “Alfred Stieglitz: The Eloquent Eye.” Admission is free. Steiglitz was born in Hoboken, N.J., on Jan. 1, 1864, the first son of German-Jewish immigrants who made a point of seeing that their six children were well educated. When Steiglitz was 16, the family moved to a brownstone on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. The household was often filled with artists, writers, musicians and creative thinkers. This creative atmosphere must have influenced the young Steiglitz who later was supportive of young artists and provided opportunities for them to show their work. Later, his father retired from business and moved the family to Germany to take advantage of educational and cultural opportunities in Europe. Stieglitz began studying mechanical engineering, but had little interest in the classes and spent his free time immersed in the cultural scene of theater, opera, and concerts. On an impulse, he bought a camera, which proved to be a life-changing event. During the summer of 1883 he traveled with his camera through the European countryside on foot or bike. These

photographs won more than 150 awards and had an extraordinary impact on photojournalism. He continued to hone his technique in photos of cityscapes and architectural views. His persistent experimentation and testing of accepted rules of photography brought about revolutionary advances in photographic technique. Steiglitz’s parents returned to America in 1886. Shortly thereafter, Stieglitz married Emmeline Obermeyer and support from her father enabled him the financial freedom to pursue his photography. The camera clubs in America at that time did not satisfy him so in 1902 he organized an invitation-only group, the Photo-Secession. Their goal was to persuade the art world to recognize photography “as a distinctive medium of individual expression.” Through his three galleries in New York City, he mentored emerging artists such as Marsden Hartley, Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keeffe, and introduced Europeans including Matisse, Cézanne, Rodin, and Picasso. “Alfred Stieglitz: The Eloquent Eye” will be shown on a wall-size screen with discussion led by members of the Ogunquit Art Association. This film features a rare interview with Georgia O’Keeffe, plus archival footage of other artists he inspired. (courtesy image)

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‘West Side Story’ Opens at Ogunquit Playhouse OGUNQUIT – “West Side Story,” one of the greatest love stories of all time, goes on the Ogunquit Playhouse stage Sept. 4 through 28. This all-new production is helmed by Broadway veteran director BT McNicholl. The Bernstein and Sondheim score is considered to be one of Broadway’s finest and features American musical theater classics including “Something’s Coming,” “Tonight,” “America,” “I Feel Pretty” and “Somewhere.” The set was designed exclusively for Ogunquit Playhouse by Michael Schweikardt. “West Side Story” tells the tragic love story between lead characters Maria, portrayed by Carly Evan Hughes, and Tony, played by Ross Lekites, each from different neighborhoods in New York City. The strength of their love cannot overcome the hatred between warring street gangs the Sharks and the Jets. Lekites is reprising his role from the first national tour of “West Side Story,” and Hughes is making her Ogunquit Playhouse debut as Maria. Riff, the leader of the Jets,

Carly Evan Hughes as Maria and Ross Lekites as Tony in ‘West Side Story’ (courtesy photo)

is played by Broadway’s Kevin Munhall who recently appeared on Broadway in “Anything Goes,” “Bells Are Ringing” and “Sound of Music” at Carnegie Hall. Manuel Stark joins the cast as Bernardo after playing several roles in the recent Broadway revival of “West Side Story.” He has appeared off Broadway, as well as in many regional theatres around the country. Ga-

Keyboard Concert Slated Sunday OGUNQUIT – An annual Labor Day weekend keyboard benefit concert, “Triumphant Tunes and Toccatas,” will be presented at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1, at Ogunquit Baptist Church, 157 Shore Road.

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Cast Update for Playhouse ‘Ballroom’ Show

OGUNQUIT – Olympic Gold Medalist Shawn Johnson is unable to perform in “Ballroom with a Twist” on stage at the Ogunquit Playhouse now through Aug. 31. “Dancing with the Stars” professional dancer Chelsie Hightower is scheduled to replace Johnson, who was called away by a family emergency. For the past five years Chelsie has been a dancer on the popular ABC show “Dancing with the Stars.” She has assisted with choreography and danced for numerous musical guests on DWTS including Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, John Legend, Martina McBride, Goo Goo Dolls, Heart, Jewel, Susan Boyle and Melissa Etheridge. In July, 2010 she received a Creative Emmy nomination for Outstanding Choreography for

Chelsie Hightower her Dancing with the Stars routine Paso Doble /Malaquena. She co- choreographed the piece with fellow DWTS professional dancer Derek Hough. The Ogunquit show also stars dance pro Anna Treybuskana along with Emmy Award nominated choreographer

Heartwood College Hosts ‘Paint the ‘Bunk’ Art Sale KENNEBUNK – Heartwood College’s “Paint the ‘Bunk” art sale will held on Friday, Aug. 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Brick Store Museum, Main Street, Kennebunk. For the fourth consecutive year in a row, this show offers an opportunity to purchase painted landscapes and locations of the Kennebunks for $200. All pieces are originals, and all proceeds go to Heartwood College of Art and local artists. For more information, call 207 985-0985.

Dmitry Chaplin from Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance. “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. For tickets, call 207-6465511 or order online at OgunquitPlayhouse.org.

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Kittery Gallery Presents Wolfgang Ertl Works KITTERY – Just Us Chickens Gallery will present oil and pastel paintings by German-born artist Wolfgang Ertl during the month of September. An opening reception is set 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6. Ertl’s preferred mediums are oil and pastel, but occasionally he works with acrylics. In recent years he has turned to representational imagined and real landscapes inspired by the seacoast of New England, Florida, and the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. His interest in art began as a child in Germany where he developed a lifelong love for the history and theory of art and started painting. He parlayed that interest in the arts into a literary career specializing in German literature and culture from the 19th century

to the present, with emphasis on East German and post-unification literature and lyric poetry. He has published five books and numerous articles and reviews and is co-editor of “Glossen,” an online scholarly journal on literature and art in the Germanspeaking countries. A professor emeritus at the University of Iowa, Ertl moved to New England in the summer of 2005, residing first in York, Maine, and since the end of 2010, in Hampton, N.H. His paintings have been exhibited in solo and small group shows, and various juried exhibitions in Maine and New Hampshire. Just Us Chickens is located at 16A Shapleigh Road in Kittery. Call 207-439-4209 or visit www. justuschickens.net.

‘Last Killed,’ a work by Carol Santora (courtesy image)

Local Artist Selected to Show Work in Traveling Museum Exhibition KENNEBUNK – Animal artist Carol Santora of Kennebunk is one of 27 artists selected from across the globe – U.S., Canada, Scotland, Columbia, Israel, British West Indies and Japan – to be showcased in a three-year traveling museum exhibition, “Environmental Impact.” “Environmental Impact” has a dual purpose, one of which is to recognize, document, and share the work of leading contemporary artists who chose to focus their work on global as well as local envi-

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ronmental issues, and secondly to heighten public awareness and concern about the degradation of diverse environments through the power of art. The 75 paintings, photographs, prints, installations, and sculptures in Environmental Impact are different from traditional works of art because they deal with environmental issues and implications that impact people and other inhabitants which populate the planet today. To produce “Environmental Impact,” Curator David Wagner drew upon a diverse range of artists whose works are not only hard-hitting, but which also propel the environmental movement. In artwork that she seldom shows publicly, Santora combines several media – pencil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel,

ink, torn paintings, handmade papers and more – to focus her energies on issues related to animal species. The loss of wildlife habitat, development of untamed places, the impact of genetic inbreeding, the dangers to wild animals, the persecution of exotic great cats by poachers, trophy hunters and farmers, the illegal trade in wildlife skins and body parts of these animals, and endangered species. The Canton Museum of Art, Ohio, will welcome the touring premiere of “Environmental Impact” this weekend. The show continues there through Oct. 31. Visit the website below for a list of other venues, artists and their works. FMI: http://davidjwagnerllc.com/Environmental_ Impact.html. To see more of Santora’s work: www.carolsantora.com.

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business & finance Kennebunk savings Gives $1,700 to senior center

KENNEBUNK – Kennebunk Savings is celebrating its 19th year of having customers

Tips for Young Women Moving to Metropolitan areas Today’s college graduates face an uphill battle to find gainful employment. A May 2012 study conducted by researchers at Rutgers University found that over the last five years only 51 percent of graduates from a four-year college program held a full-time job. While employment opportunities for recent graduates with little or no professional experience may be few and far between, a 2012 report from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics noted that, while unemployment rates remained high nationwide, 20 metropolitan areas boasted unemployment rates below 5 percent. Such figures are readily available to recent college graduates, who may feel their best bet to begin their careers is to move to a metropolitan area with a low unemployment rate. The prospect of moving to a new city can be daunting for anyone, and young women are no exception. That move becomes even more intimidating for young women without a job to support them once they arrive in their new homes. Though the transition figures to be somewhat rocky, the following are a few tips for young women considering a move to a new city. Research before you start packing. While the BLS study revealed numerous metropolitan areas that can boast low unemployment rates, that doesn’t mean every major city or those that young people tend to find most desirable are doing so great. Many young college grads dream of moving to New York, Chicago or Los Angeles after graduation. But those cities did not fare as well with regard to job growth as smaller cites like Austin, Texas, and San Jose,California. Before packing your bags for a new hometown, do your research to find the best fit for you and your particular degree. Because even if the Big Apple is beckoning, it might not be the place you’re most likely to land a job. Determine cost of living. See MOVING page 19...

decide where they would like a portion of the bank’s charitable donations directed in the community. Customers helped direct $140,000 of the bank’s 2013 charitable giving budget to over 125 organizations in southern York County and seacoast New Hampshire. The Customer Ballot is part of the Kennebunk Savings Community Promise program, through which the bank has committed to donate 10 percent or more of its annual earnings back to the nonprofit Community. Bradford C. Paige, president and CEO, spoke about the emphasis Kennebunk Savings places on giving back, “Our Community Promise is just one aspect of our commitment to our communities and to the nonprof-

its that help them thrive. Each year we hear from our customers about the nonprofit organizations that are most important to them, and based on their votes, we contribute a percentage of our earnings to those organizations. I always look forward to personally delivering a number of the checks each year.” This year the Senior Center at Lower Village received $1,729 through the ballot, which will be used to continue the center’s mission of creating a community of active seniors. Susan Pettit, executive director said, “We admire the commitment of Kennebunk Savings to area non-profits and we are honored to be included on the Community Investment Program Ballot each year. “We are also very grateful

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business & finance biddeford savings Provides funding for Trail Maps

BIDDEFORD – Funding from Biddeford Savings is helping thousands of hiking, biking

and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy southern Maine’s Eastern Trail. The bank provided full funding for the printing of 10,000

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maps of the Eastern Trail, a 65mile section of the East Coast Greenway, a transportationrecreation greenway connecting Kittery in southernmost Maine to Casco Bay in South Portland. The Eastern Trail has a growing span of off-road sections, as well as scenic on-road trails designed to follow primarily quiet country roads. Experienced bike riders and hikers can enjoy a journey from South Portland’s Bug Light Park on Casco Bay to Kittery on the Piscataqua River. “We couldn’t be more pleased to partner with Biddeford Savings on our map initiative,” said Bob Hamblen, president of the Eastern Trail Alliance, the

organization founded to vision, build, promote and use the Eastern Trail. “The public was immediately sold on the maps, so much so that we went through the first printing in a matter of months. Biddeford Savings stepped up and agreed to fund a second printing. This is a wonderful opportunity for residents and tourists to use the Trail this summer and throughout the year.” Along with the map effort, Biddeford Savings also provided support for The Saco Bikes for Kids campaign, an effort sponsored by the Saco Parks and Recreation Department to promote healthy lifestyles and the use of the Eastern Trail by area youth. A total of 46 contributors provided funds to purchase 25 new bikes and equipment for local children. “At Biddeford Savings, we help define the path to prosperity

for our customers,” said Charles Petersen, bank president and CEO. “And prosperity can come in many forms. When we were approached by the Eastern Trail Alliance to support the printing of the maps, we thought it was an excellent way to demonstrate how we put concepts into practice. The Saco Bikes for Kids campaign also seemed like a perfect fit to encourage healthier lifestyles. By using the Eastern Trail, people of all ages will prosper by enjoying the healthful benefits of the outdoors in our beautiful coastal region. The Eastern Trail is truly a gem that we want everyone to discover.” Biddeford Savings, an independent, communityfocused mutual savings bank founded in 1867. To learn more, visit biddefordsavings.com.

Charles Petersen, president and CEO of Biddeford Savings (at left), and Bob Hamblen, president of the Eastern Trail Alliance (ETA), review one of the 10,000 maps the bank donated to the ETA to help the organization encourage use of the 65-mile greenway. (courtesy photo)

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Many young people, particularly those from rural areas where the cost of living tends to be more affordable, are shocked to learn just how expensive it can be to live in a big city. In an analysis of the rental market in 2012, for example, Citi Habitats, a Manhattan-based rental brokerage firm, found that the average rent in Manhattan was $3,418 per month. Young women looking to move to a metropolitan area should determine the cost of living before making plans to move. Metropolitan areas are seemingly always more expensive than rural or suburban locales, but some metropolitan areas are more reasonable than others. Visit before you move. Many young people harbor romantic notions of the big city. But larger cities, even those that boast low unemployment rates, are not immune to problems. Young women should visit a city before committing to move there. If you have friends or family currently living in a big

city, spend a weekend with them and talk to them about everyday life and what you can expect. The better feel you can get for the lifestyle of a given city, the more you will know if that city is what you’re looking for. Determine how you will get around. Few people who live in large metropolitan areas drive to work. In a city such as New York or Chicago, for instance, residents tend to rely on the subway to get to work, and many residents do not even own an automobile. Even people who live in the suburbs of New York City but work within city limits tend to take mass transportation to work. That mass transportation costs extra money, often several hundred dollars per month, is something to consider if you land a job in a metropolitan area but intend to live in the surrounding suburbs where rent is typically cheaper. Consider the cost and reliability of transportation when choosing your next hometown. Moving to a metropolitan area is an exciting, and often practical, decision for young women looking to begin their ca-

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~ Where To Dine ~ 1000 Route 1 York, Maine 03909 1-207-363-4721

THE

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Family Dining

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“Lobsters the Way They Should Be” Endless Salad Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster Seafood • Prime Rib • Steaks Chicken • Burgers • Pasta Children’s Menu Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts

Try an entrée from our Early Dinee selection Mon-Thurs until 6PM.

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Daily Specials Live Music 3 Bocce Ball Courts 3 Horseshoe Pits

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Open Mid-May through Mid-October

OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM-1PM

Featuring Annabelle’s Ice Cream! Be sure to

Enjoy aWine Dinner and a Show Thursday • sepTember 12Th Join us for our Season opening Wine Dinner and see “West Side Story” at the ogunquit Playhouse. Chef Walter’s menu will be paired with fantastic wines from the West Coast. Following the entreé course, we will go the Playhouse to see the show and enjoy dessert under the playhouse tent. Dinner starts at 5:30pm. $69 per person, plus tax and gratuity.

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309 Shore Rd, Ogunquit, ME (207) 646-6661

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Inside or Patio Near the entrance to Perkins Cove. Seating, Take Out On-site parking available.

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Fresh Fish Dinner Specials Daily On the ocean on Long Sands Beach. Across from The Anchorage. 264 Long Beach Avenue, York Beach • (207) 363-2961

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

HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET Baked Stuffed Haddock, Sirloin Tips, Baked Scallops 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 646-8561 / Open Tuesday-Sunday SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

Labor Day Weekend…

Chef Jason Grant prepares unusual specials to delight your palate including Waygu Steak and Lobster (Surf ‘n’ Turf), Pan Seared Halibut, and Veal Chop with Mushroom Napoleon.

In Season Menu...

Check out the tempting items on the In Season Menu, including Whole Snapper, Seared Duck, and Seared Scallops and Figs.

Early Bird Special...

3 Course dinner for $21.95 pp until 5:45 p.m. 207-641-2780 • 261 Shore Road, Ogunquit Open Seven Days / Week 5 p.m. to Close Make reservations online: www.katiescafeonshoreroad.com


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Dining Guide

DOUBLE STUFFED

Lobster Roll $19.95 Route 109 Sanford • Route 1 Kittery

THURSDAYS ONLY Limited Time Offer While Supplies Last

Come Taste New England’s Favorite Seafood! 11⁄4 lb Maine Lobster Dinner 14.95 Available daily at this location & price for a limited time.

Wicked Cheap Twin 11⁄4 lb Lobsters 16.95 THURSDAYS ONLY at this location & price for a limited time.

Classic Lobster Roll with Fries

15.99

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Every Night... An Experience!

HALF OFF

www.weathervaneseafoods.com Buy one entrée, get the second of equal or lesser value for half price. Limit one coupon per check. No cash value. May not be used toward Thursday Wicked Cheap Twin Lobsters. May not be duplicated or combined with any other discount. EXPIRES 9/5/13 WKS

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A ONE-MAN HENRY VIII MUSICAL! Journey into A ONE-MAN HENRY VIII MUSICAL! A Musical the Mind Journey A Musical of a Kinginto the Mind Journey into starring of Kingby book by Steeve Arlen • music-lyrics thea Mind Kirk starring ofArlen a Kingby book by Eugster Steeve Arlen • music-lyrics Donald & Steeve

Litchfield’s Bar and Grill

PATIO OPEN HAPPY HOUR 3-6PM EVERY DAY Every Thursday

Girls’ Night Out

KARAOKE @ 9PM • $3 WELLS

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Dinner and Angel a personal Prime Night Rib & Popover $19.95 Sundays...A of Classics Readings intuitive reading in a private A night Rib of classics! Prime$19.95 Rib & Dinner and Readings a personal Prime & Popover room byreading holistic in healer Ruth Popover Classical Piano intuitive a private A night ofplus classics! Prime Rib in & our Lounge! Dinner and a personal Kramer Tix & Dinner $42 Prime Rib & Popover $19.95 room by holistic healer Ruth Popover plus Classical Piano in intuitive reading in a private Lounge! Kramer Tix & Dinner $42 Aournight of classics! Prime Rib & Experience Us Today ~ Limited Seats ~ Reserve Now! 

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room by holistic healer• Ruth Popover plus Classical Piano in 220 Clay Hill Road Cape Neddick • ME • 2 Miles from Ogunquit Experience Us Today ~ Limited Seats ~ Reserve Now!  our Lounge! Kramer Tix & Dinner $42 220 Clay Hill Road • Cape Neddick • ME • 2 Miles from Ogunquit 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com

Fisherman’s Catch Restaurant

Eat In Take Out

Simple Seafood, Fresh And At Its Best

Home of Nancy’s Catering

207-641-2813 • Serving Breakfast 7 Days 7am-Noon Located at the Admiral’s Inn on Route 1 in Ogunquit

includes Fr ench Fries

Live Entertainment Sunday 9/1, 3-6pm:

LIVE REGGAE SUNDAY GORILLA FINGER DUB BAND Friday 8/30, 9pm: DAVE PACKARD Saturday 8/31: DJ DON CORMAN Sunday 9/1, 9pm: VERNON NORTHOVER Every Wednesday 9pm-close: OPEN MIC NIGHT WITH BILL CAMERON

2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1, WELLS, ME

Warren’s Lobster House 11 Water St. Kittery, Me 207-439-1630 WWW.LOBSTERHOUSE.COM

ner Warren’s proudly announces that we were chosen as ice Win 1st place People’s Cho at the Portsmouth Prescott Park Chowder Festival 2013

Monday - Thursday Monday - Thursday Summer Savings Savings

$10 OFF $30 or more

Appetizers, entrees, desserts or any combination of the three! You choose from any food item(s) on the menu totaling $30 or more and we’ll take $10 off! Liquor and tax not included. Can not be used in combination with any other discount or coupon, group package. Maximum of 3 coupons 9/30/13 per group-$30 per coupon must be spent. Not Valid on Holidays. No cash value. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Expires Expires 8/31/13

Open Daily at 11:30AM

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Saturday & Summer SundaySavings Savings Friday,Friday, Saturday & Sunday

$5 OFF

$25 or more

Appetizers, entrees, desserts or any combination of the three! You choose from any food item(s) on the menu totaling $25 or more and we’ll take $5 off!

207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com

Nancy’s Breakfast Place

$16.99

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Start the day with a delicious homemade breakfast. Vegetarian dishes, pancakes, omelettes and so much more! Charming, spacious dining rooms, friendly servers, and wonderful food. Mention this ad and receive a 10% Discount off your bill.

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Sept 16-Oct 7 Donald Eugster & Steeve Arlen Kirk Sept 16-Oct 7 orch-sound Simpson starring by Bob Summers book by Steeve Arlen • music-lyrics by Monday Simpson orch-sound by Bob Summers Kirk Monday Donald Eugster & Steeve Arlen Sept 16-Oct 7 Simpson Tickets $15 with la orch-sound Boba $15by with a Summers la carte carte menu menu •• $30 $30 without without Nights 7pm Tickets Nights 7pm Monday • $30 without Nights 7pm Tickets $15 with a la carte menu Thursdays “Superb Dining!  Thursdays “Superb Dining!  Thursdays Stellar Performance!”  Date Night 3-Course “Superb Dining!  Thursdays 3-course dinner, a bottle of Stellar Performance!”  -Tourist News dinner, a bottle house Stellar Performance!”  house wine and of live local of 3-course dinner, bottle of 3-course dinner, aa Request bottle -Tourist News wine, and music. -Tourist News music. Request Date Night house wine and live local house wine and live local special menu. $59/couple $59 per couple. Date Night menu. music. Request Night music. Request Date Night LIVE LOCALDate MUSIC Angel menu. $59 per couple. Date Night September 5, 5-8pm: Guitarist Steve O menu. $59 per couple. Date Night Sundays...A Night of Classics Readings Angel

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WE HAVE THE BEST LOBSTER ROLL ANYWHERE! Local Oysters Fried, Raw, Char-grilled Lunch Specials Early Dining Specials 11am-6pm

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Monday - FridaySavings from 11:30 - 3:30 Monday - Friday from 11:30 - 3:30

Lobster Roll & Fries Only$11

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Open 7 Days A Week

A view for all seasons

in a casual, elegant atmosphere with unparalleled service.

Breakfast / Brunch 8-2:30 Dinner / BAR 5:30-Close

Our award-winning team of chefs create sumptuous entrees using only the best produce and the finest aged beef, freshly caught seafood, and Maine’s very own lobsters.

117 Pond Rd. (Just off Rt. 4) South Berwick, Maine (207) 384-2693 www.springhillmaine.com

Sundays are special at Spring Hill Buy 1 Entrée &

Free

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salads

wine & beer

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Ogunquit’s Original Italian Caffé Enjoy dining outdoors under the awning on our patio 44 Shore Road 207.646.7734 www.caffepregoogt.com Open 7 days. Free parking & wireless internet service.

pre-made or custom ordered

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The Outlook Tavern OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! (located at The Pro Shop @ The Links)

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Land: 39 Acres within a few miles of the coastline, offering over 1300 feet of road frontage. Hear the wind in the trees, the morning song birds and enjoy the colorful pallet of the seasons. $275,000

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A well-maintained Townhouse offering 3 floors of living! 3 BRs, 1 BA, overlooking public park & playground, large eat-in kitchen & dining. Walk to the village! Newly listed at $129,900 Great in-town location and an attractive lot. Home needs updating. Lots of potential. 3 BRs, enclosed porch, 2-car garage, open concept living and dining. $164,900

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Vacation at the beach year round in this brand new 2 BR, 1 BA Star Fish design at Barefoot Cottage Homes. Many upgrades including canned light fixtures, trey ceilings, custom window treatments and central air. This fully furnished unit offers wood/tile/carpet flooring, two decks and a one car garage. Resort amenities include an in-ground swimming pool, hot tub and community gathering area. Just under a mile to Wells Beach and within walking distance to area stores. Offered at $182,000 Immaculate Burlington mobile home in a 55+ Mobile Home Community in Wells. Just 2 miles to beach, dining, antique shops, turnpike and much more. Home has a center kitchen floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Very spacious property!! Low monthly lot rent of $305/month

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~ News ~ Literacy Baskets Filled for Local Kindergarteners

Scouts Earn Aviation Merit Badges at Sanford Airport

Pictured from left to right: Joy Russo, RSU 21 librarian; Caroline Merrill, Ed Tech, Kennebunkport Consolidated School; Meaghan Arzberger, United Way of York County, and Jill LeMay, director, Kennebunk Free Library. (courtesy photo)

KENNEBUNK – The Literacy for Maine initiative in RSU 21 has been active in the past year, hosting informational sessions for parents about developing young readers. This summer, with the support of the Education Foundation of the Kennebunks and Arundel, the group made baskets containing literacy related supplies for every new kindergarten student in the district. This activity was the result of the group’s goal-setting meetings that focused on helping all families provide meaningful literacy experiences at home. The district kindergarten teachers will describe the use of the materials at opening sessions with parents, and the baskets will be taken home to support the schools’ instructional programs and the Common Core State Standards. RSU 21 Literacy for Maine is a collaborative effort that includes representatives of the

school district, the Kennebunk Free Library, Graves Memorial Library, United Way of York County, and Beyond Tots. For further information about Literacy for Maine, contact Sara Zito, RSU 21 assistant superintendent, at 985-1100.

SANFORD – Jim Knowles, owner of Southern Maine Aviation at the Sanford Airport, recently hosted Boy Scouts of Eliot Troop 340 for an Aviation Merit Badge program. Nick Bradbury, Trevor Chase, Ben Kahler, Aidan Leavitt, Jared McCarthy, Joe McPherson, Devan Moretti and Paul Spezia learned about a variety of aircraft and engines, different types of airfoils, and the operation of airplane flight controls. They also learned about the function of various aircraft instruments, and requirements for FAA pilot certification. The boys had an opportunity to see the Hood blimp during its stop in Sanford, they observed the Maine Marine Patrol operating out of the Sanford Airport while searching for a missing Cape Neddick

World War II PBY Catalina being restored by Southern Maine Aviation in Sanford. (courtesy photo)

fisherman, and they watched numerous corporate and private aircraft taxiing and flying at the airport. Knowles provided hangar space for a classroom and a Cessna 172SP airplane for the boys to use while they learned how to conduct a preflight on a light aircraft. The boys put their

new knowledge of aerodynamics to the test in a FPG-9 glider flying competition, which was won by Life Scout Ben Kahler. The scouts also studied airport operations, and rounded out their program with a tour of a World War II PBY Catalina amphibious airplane owned by Knowles.

house he has worked as musical director for “Sunset Boulevard” with Stefanie Powers, “Damn Yankees” with Carson Kressley, and numerous shows with Sally Struthers including “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” “Chicago,” “Hello Dolly,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “The Full Monty” and “9 to 5 the Musical,” as well as the highly successful and critically acclaimed productions of “South Pacific,” “Miss Saigon,” “Les Miserables” and the awardwinning “The Music Man.” Michael Schweikardt designed an all-new set for the Ogunquit production of “West

Side Story.” He has worked as a set designer for opera and theater companies across the country including the Cleveland Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Syracuse Stage and multiple productions at Goodspeed Musicals including “Carousel,” “Showboat,” “Annie Get Your Gun,” “1776,” “Big River” and “Camelot.” Tickets are on sale now for “West Side Story.” Single ticket prices range from $39 to $78 per show. Call the box office at 207646-5511 or purchase online at OgunquitPlayhouse.org.

...WEST from page 15 film “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” starring Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock, and as development consultant for MGM’s theatrical division. In addition, he won the Australian “Tony” for Best Direction, has staged new works for Disney/ Feld Entertainment and for the European premiere of “The Producers” for Mel Brooks. His offBroadway credits include author and lyricist for the musical “The IT Girl” and director for “Billion Dollar Baby” with Kristin Chenoweth. Over the past several years McNicholl has directed “Cabaret,” “La Cage aux Folles”

and “Fiddler on the Roof” for the Ogunquit Playhouse. “West Side Story” is choreographed by Broadway showman Jeffry Denman, who was last seen at the Ogunquit Playhouse in 2012 as the director and choreographer for “Damn Yankees: The Boston Red Sox Version.” In 2011, he choreographed “The Music Man,” which was honored with the Moss Hart Award by the New England Theatre Conference. Ken Clifton returns to Ogunquit for his eighth season as music director and conductor for “West Side Story.” At the play-

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Saco Titleholder to Wear Crystal Lobster Gown in Miss America Parade

SACO – The creativity and whimsy of crystal couture designer Sondra Celli, uniform designer for this year’s New England Patriots Cheerleaders, will dazzle all at the Miss America Boardwalk Parade in Atlantic City, N.J., on Sept. 14. The annual “Show Us Your Shoes” parade will features all of the 2013 Miss America contestants riding a 2-mile route while sporting innovative state-inspired outfits with matching shoes. Celli was asked to create an original ensemble for the newly crowned Miss Maine, Kristin Korda, a 21-year old native of Saco. Korda contacted the designer because she was familiar with her sparkling and innovative creations featured on the hit series “My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding.” Korda explained, “I knew Sondra would create a Maineinspired costume that would exceed my expectations. After all, here motto is, ‘It don’t mean a

thing if it ain’t got that bling!’ and that was evident everywhere in her shop. She had the most dazzling designs I’d ever seen.” In honor of Maine’s “Homarus Americanus” (American lobster), Celli designed an ensemble featuring the cold-water crustacean. Celli’s design consists of a lobster red fitted dress with detachable floor length skirt. The skirt features crystal organza ruffles resembling ocean waves that cascade down the back. An unexpected feature of the design is the lobster tail train created with bone and wire that bends and folds like Maine’s most notable edible. A sparkling collection of starfish, seashells, seaweed and lobsters, all covered with genuine Swarovski crystals, cross up and over one shoulder of the design. More sparkling sea life accents can be found at the hip, hem, and down the back of the skirt to the train. In addition, Miss Maine will wear a matching custom fas-

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Photo #2: Crystal heels and fascinator designed by Sondra Celli to be worn by Miss Maine, Kristin Korda, in the “Show Us Your Shoes” parade in Atlantic City. (photo by Tisi Farrar)

cinator in her hair that combines golden fish netting and more crystal crustaceans. But it is the pair of crystal heels Kristin will be wearing that will truly stand out. Fifteen thousand Swarovski stones in colors like Fire Opal, Light Siam, Padparadscha, Aquamarine and White Opal were used to create a stunning three-dimensional shoe seascape. Multi-colored crystals artistically

hand placed, one by one, blend to form images of sand and sea and even a lighthouse on each heel. It took more than 50 hours to create them. “I absolutely love my shoes!” exclaimed Korda. “Everyone has to see these shoes. They are beyond extraordinary.” Celli’s opulent custom design ensemble for Miss Maine contains more than 50,000 Swarovski crystals.

Large Category Athenahealth Inc., Belfast; Bangor Savings Bank, Bangor; Barclays, Wilton; CIANBRO, Pittsfield; Cintas Corp., Westbrook; Consigli Construction Co. Inc., Portland; Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems, Brewer; Edward Jones, Belfast; InterMed P.A., South Portland; L.L. Bean Inc., Freeport; T-Mobile USA, Oakland; Tyler Technologies Inc., Yarmouth; Unum, Portland. For more information about the “Best Places to Work in Maine” program and the awards banquet, go to www. BestPlacestoWorkInME.com or contact Kelly Nelson at 207-7845441 or Jessica Palladino at 207784-1145.

~ Sports ~ Women’s Summer Golf League Champion Named YORK – With 46 1/2 points, Nancy Flolid’s Team 6 won the 2013 women’s summer golf league championship at the York Golf and Tennis Club. Team members included Claire Isenstein, Sandra Studley, Joann Noel, Jessica Shipman, Felicia Moulton and Mary-Jean Huntley. Second place was a tie between Sandy Petrovich’s Team 1 and Linda Jellison’s Team 5 with 43 1/2 points each. Team 1 members were Carla Robinson,

Ellen Baldwin, Gerry DuPont, Susan Villa, Peggy Hood and JoAnne Bullock. Team 5 teammates were Martha Green, Marsha Shaw, Jan Stuart, Barbara Garcia, Rita Frost and Katherine Tucker. Third place was claimed by Spruill Kilgore’s Team 4 with a total score of 38 points. Team members included Debbie Erikson, Penny Hogan, Deb La Pointe, Nancy Smith, Jean Griffin and Gerry Geary. Team 3, captained by Linda

Davis, came in with a fourth place finish with 35 points. Team members included Donna Moulton, Judy Coupal, Carolyn Peterson, Monique Leigh, Katie Watts and Carollyn Anderson. Team 2, captained by Paula Dargan, earned 30 1/2 points to take fifth place. Team members included Heidi Gates, Marty Dignan, Carolyn Furber, Sandra Deloury, Annie MacDonald and Corey Tarbox. A closing banquet was held at the clubhouse.

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Maine Tennis Association Plans ‘Free Tennis Night’ SCARBOROUGH – The Maine Tennis Association (MTA) in partnership with USTA New England will hold the first-ever “Free Tennis Night in Maine” at nine indoor tennis clubs from Portland to Bangor on Friday, Sept. 6, to celebrate the sport across the state. The MTA, along with support from USTA New England, is offering this free night as a way to get people back into the sport, celebrate the sport for those who currently play, and reach out to new players in Maine. Each event will have a tennis professional on site to assist in a “no pressure” night of friendly competition, education and socialization. All adults 18 and over are invited to attend at no charge. “Tennis is a lifetime sport, if you played earlier in your life and stopped, this is an opportunity to get back in the game. If you’ve always wanted to try it

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out while under professional supervision, this gives you an opportunity without risk. Tennis is a fun, relaxing, cardio-healthy activity that we want to share with everyone in Maine,” said Ron Friedman, former president of the MTA. Friedman explained there are tennis programs at the event for players at every level, from those new to the sport, to more seasoned players looking to get back into the game. People are encouraged to attend and bring a friend. “We want everybody and anybody who has ever played, or who thought about playing,” Friedman said. “All you need to bring are your sneakers and a positive attitude. This is going to be fun!” Registrations will be handled by the individual locations. To find a location near you, visit www.mtatennis.com and click on “Free Tennis Night in Maine” for a complete listing.

Yoga Studio Offers Classes for Teens WELLS – Sacred Movement Yoga is offering yoga for teens ages 13 to 17 at $5 per class. All proceeds will go toward helping drug-addicted teens. Teens may attend any classes offered by the studio for the reduced rate.


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People and Business Profiles

Kittery Agency for Homeless Hires Fundraiser KITTERY – Fair Tide, a nonprofit agency that provides short-term affordable housing and support services for the homeless, recently hired a fundraiser to increase the organization’s profile and strengthen ties to the community. Ann-Marie Waterhouse will help with fundraising efforts and bolster Fair Tide’s partnerships with local businesses. Waterhouse earned her bachelor of science in business administration at Colorado State University and was later part of a grant-writing team at CSU Research Foundation. In addition to the part-time position at Fair Tide, she works at a marketing agency in Newburyport, Mass. “Having the opportunity to support an agency that is dedicated to offering solutions to homeless people is an honor. I am grateful to join this team of lovely individuals,” Waterhouse said. Fair Tide manages an apartment building in Kittery and provides tenants with sup-

Ann-Marie Waterhouse port services, referrals to community agencies, and advocacy with a focus on the health and financial fitness. The organization also operates the Fair Tide Thrift Store on Route 1 in Kittery and provides case management services to the New Hampshire Housing Authority in Rochester. Eighty percent of Fair Tide’s former residents are now living independently. For more information about Fair Tide, visit the organization’s website at www.fairtide. org.

Hotel Supports Kennebunkport Conservation Trust KENNEBUNKPORT – Colony Hotel owner Jestena Boughton has made a commitment of doing good in Kennebunkport. With each room that is rented, the Colony donates $1 to the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust. Over the past decade, Colony guests have generated $234,000 for land protection. For the Trust, this relationship has helped to enable KCT to purchase additional parcels and create a recreational trail system in town. The Trust provides trail maps and opportunities for outdoor activities for Colony guests and is rewarded each year by the hotel’s management. This year, the Colony presented KCT with a check in the amount of $15,116 from the 2012 season. “It is wonderful to have such amazing support from a business in town,” said Tom

From left to right, Hilary Roche, director of marketing at the Colony; Jestena Boughton, owner; Tom Bradbury, executive director of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, and John Martin, general manager of the Colony. (courtesy photo)

Bradbury, executive director of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust. “Together, we are in-

vesting in our community ensuring that it continues to be a desirable place to live and visit.”

Roost Café & Bistro Celebrates Move to Ogunquit OGUNQUIT – Roost Cafe & Bistro has moved from Cape Neddick to 262 Shore Road in Ogunquit where a ribbon cutting was recently conducted by the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce. In its new atmosphere, Roost Café and Bistro brings an eclectic flair to regional and international cuisine using local products as much as possible. With 20 years in the restaurant industry, owners Rob Pinkham and Aldo Vallecillo pride themselves on classical cooking techniques with contemporary flavors and creations that are perfect for a bistro setting. Their philosophy is to serve handcrafted entrees

and appetizers that are exquisite, yet affordable. Visit www.roost-

cafeandbistro.com or call 207646-9898. (courtesy photo)

Ribbon Cutting Held at YOGT Staffers at Camp Sunshine, left, accept a check for $10,000 from members of the Stonewall Kitchen Donation Committee. (courtesy photo)

Stonewall Kitchen Donates $10,000 to Camp Sunshine YORK – Local specialty food manufacturer and retailer, Stonewall Kitchen recently donated $10,000 to Camp Sunshine, located alongside Sebago Lake in Casco, Maine. Members of the Stonewall Kitchen Donation Committee spent the day at Camp Sunshine where they received a tour of the camp given by Matthew Hoidal, executive director, and Michael Smith, director of special events.

The committee also provided jars of jam and mustard to families staying at the camp. “Camp Sunshine is a wonderful organization,” said Natalie King, executive vice president. “The support and programs they offer to families dealing with life-threatening illnesses is truly remarkable. As a long-time supporter of Camp Sunshine, we are thrilled to contribute to the organization’s initiatives.”

OGUNQUIT – A ribbon cutting arranged by the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce marked the opening of YOGT, a self-serve frozen yogurt shop that offers healthy treats for all, including pets. YOGT is located in the Leavitt Theatre building at 259 Main Street, Ogunquit. Pictured there are, front, John Abbott Jr., Lauren Abbott, Olivia Abbott, Mellinda Abbott, KerryEllen Enright and Selectman Dave Barton, and, rear, John Abbott, Goldie Abbott, Karen Arel, Rick Barber and Town Manager Tom Fortier. Call 857-523-0720 or visit y-ogt.com. (courtesy photo)


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Whaleback Day to Focus Attention on Southernmost Lighthouse

KITTERY POINT – In conjunction with Maine Open Lighthouse Day on Sept. 14, Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses are celebrating the state’s southernmost lighthouse with events on both ...MODERN from page 11 An opening reception will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m. The focus of the Seacoast Moderns is creating art that is non-traditional and experimental in both medium and subject. Represented in this show are Adam Baer, Anne Strout, Bill Moore, Christopher M. Strickland, Daryl-Ann Hurst, Diane Clement, Elaine Mendzola, Jeff Vinciguerra, Jodi Edwards, Karen Camlin, Marilyn Price, Mell Boesch, Patricia SevignyHiggins, Sally Allen, Steffanie Antonio and Marilyn Price.

the Maine and New Hampshire sides of the Piscataqua River. At 10 and 11 a.m., there will be special cruises aboard the Sir William Pepperrell leaving the dock behind Captain and Patty’s Restaurant, 153 Pepperrell Road, Route 103, Kittery Point. Each cruise is limited to 13 passengers. The cost is $20 per person. Each cruise will last 50 to 60 minutes. Aboard both cruises with Capt. Neil Odams will be Jeremy D’Entremont, historian for the American Lighthouse Foundation and operations manager for Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouses. The boat will go close to Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse and Whaleback Lighthouse, allowing for great photo opportunities. D’Entremont will tell passengers about the history of both lighthouses along with present

Exhibitors Needed for Holiday Craft Fair YORK COUNTY – The York County Retired Educators Association (YCREA) has several years hosted a fall fair to support its scholarship fund. Money raised by the event allows three York County scholars to each receive grants toward their college degrees. The fair will be held on Saturday, Nov. 2, at Kennebunk High School, which has ample parking, handicapped access and

serves a luncheon. Admission is free. Crafters can contact Gail Brayman at 3 Brookside Way, Kennebunk, or at 985-7723 or through the Internet at rgbrayman@roadrunner.com if interested in a table space with seating and electrical connections. Each table zone is available for a donation of $50 to the scholarship fund. Table reservations are required by Oct. 4.

preservation efforts, with the emphasis on Whaleback Lighthouse. Also, on the same day, Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse in New Castle, N.H., will be open for climbing from 1 to 5 p.m. There will be special displays on Whaleback Lighthouse. As a special added attraction, there will be live music from 2 to 4 p.m. at Portsmouth

Harbor Lighthouse provided by members of Great Bay Sailor, an eclectic local folk band based in Portsmouth, N.H. In the maritime tradition, they play and sing traditional and contemporary songs and tunes inspired by ships, sailors, oceans, and tall tales. Visit www.portsmouthharborlighthouse.org for more information and cruise tickets.

...PINES from page 9 The White Pine staff will have a nature museum. Children who have participated in White Pine Summer Camps and other programs, known in the White Pine Community as “Pineys,” will have another chance to listen to stories told by White Pine Elder Bob Eckert and legendary traditional storyteller Stone Monkey. Piney games for kids will be led by teen volunteers. Jonah Tolchin, former White Pine camp counselor, is set to take the stage with a program of folk and blues. Tickets are for sale online at the White Pine website. Call (207) 361-1911 with any questions. White Pine Programs was founded in 1999 by Cape Neddick residents Dan and Kate Gardoqui and former York resident Matt Wild. They provide high-quality nature connection programs for all ages.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, One of the most enjoyable things I enjoyed on my old computer is the screen saver of my granddaughter. I have just purchased a Dell PC, Inspiron 660s Series, and have not been able to determine if it allows a photo screen saver. I have searched all areas with Dell, and other websites and cannot find an answer. I thought perhaps you could help me with this question. I am going to be very disappointed if there is no way to apply the favorite screen saver. Thank you, Frances Dear Frances, You must have a new Windows 8 Computer. Here is how to set up the photo screensaver: 1. Right click on a blank spot on your desktop, and click on “Personalize” in the context menu. 2. In the lower right corner of the Personalization window, click on “Screen Saver.” 3. In the screen saver window, click on the drop-down list and select, “Photos.” 4. Click the “OK” button at the bottom of the window to

save your changes and close the dialog box. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I made the mistake of donating my computer without the hard drives. I took them out (two as I had to replace it during its life) to make sure it wouldn’t fall into the wrong hands without using my brains as to how I was going to be able to clean them out later. Is there a way to do this? My old computer was a big one while the present one is much smaller and don’t know whether I could fit it. These two hard drives are sitting idly in my apartment instead of serving some needed person. Thanks so very much for your answer. Sincerely, Adela Dear Adela, The easiest way to hook your old hard drives to your computer and clean them out is to get an adapter. This is actually one of the most used tools in my workshop since you can hook up any hard drive with it and plug it into a USB port on your working computer.

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If you get yourself one of these USB to SATA/IDE adapters, and plug your hard drive into it, then plug the USB end of the adapter into your computer, you will be able to access your hard drive. Just go to the “Computer” window on your computer, and you will see the hard drive listed. You can double click to open the drive and copy any files that you might need to your current computer. When you have all the files you need off the hard drive, go back to the “Computer” window, right click on the external hard drive (make sure you are not selecting the drive in your new computer) and click on “Format.” Formatting the drive will erase the entire thing so that you can donate it. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have been using your problem solving and suggestions for several years now, however this the first time I have a problem that I do not recall your addressing before. Recently I had occasion to restore my system, however I was surprised to find all but one of my restore points have vanished. The one left was the most recent. I never had this problem with

Vista or Windows XP. Why are the restore points being erased? Is there anything I can do to keep several restore points available? Thanks in advance for your help, Michael Dear Michael, Storing restore points takes up a lot of space on your computer, so Windows 7 is set up to use only a small percentage of your hard drive, and delete the oldest restore points as it creates new ones. You can, however change the amount of space used by system restore by following these directions: 1. Click on “Start” then right click on “Computer” and click “Properties” in the context menu. 2. Your system information window will open. Click on “System Protection” in the left column. 3. Your System Properties dialog box will appear with the “System Protection” tab selected. Click the “Configure” button in the Protection Settings section. 4. In the system protection dialog box, you will see a slider near the bottom, slide it to the right to increase the amount of available space for system re-

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~ Pets ~ Safe Haven Humane Society WELLS – Thank you to Hannaford at Wells Plaza and all the shoppers who donated to Safe Haven during Hannaford’s July nonprofit money collection box. Your generous donations will be applied directly to vet bills for our rescued kitties. Big news! Safe Haven’s Thrift Shop will soon open a clothing boutique. Please donate your seasonal clothing now. We’re looking for ladies’ clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories for fall and winter. We also need more clothing racks and shelving, if you have any extras. Mitzi has arrived. Last Saturday we rescued a lovely 6-yearold dark torti whose owner was going to euthanize her because the cat had fleas. We’re trying very hard not to take in any new kitties because we might have to move abruptly. But her life was at stake – no other shelter would accept her. Upon her arrival, this talkative kitty had much to say, after her owner left without saying goodbye to her. We worked to relieve her acute flea infestation. She was badly infested. Her body was covered with scabs. Her flea allergy left her bald from the middle of her back to her tail. Her owner told us she wasn’t a lap cat and disliked canned food, but Mitzi was enjoying Fancy Feast and sitting on our lap within hours. She’s a very sweet kitty with bright, smiling eyes.

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She feels a lot better now that she no longer has fleas. This week, she’ll go to the vet, get updated vaccinations and combo-tested, then she’ll be available for adoption. Ask for Mitzi! We made a video! Please go to our blog at www.safehavenhumanesociety.org and watch it! We’re raising funds to purchase our own property and shelter. The building we’ve been renting since 2009 is for sale, and we cannot afford to buy it. Our goal is raise $250,000 for a down payment to purchase a permanent home for Safe Haven. Please watch the video and consider making a donation, large or small. Then tell your family, friends, and co-workers about it. The video must touch thousands of people, so send the link to everyone you know who loves animals and supports Safe Haven’s compassionate, No-Kill sheltering. You can donate at our website using your credit card or Pay Pal, or mail your donation to PO Box 91, Wells, ME 04090. Please specify it’s for our capital fund. We’d love to hearing from anyone who has land or a property they’d consider donating to Safe Haven. We’ll consider a house in town, farm, or land where we can build. Please call Joyce at 207229-8314 if you’re interested.

Animal Welfare Society

WEST KENNEBUNK – Just because you’re little, doesn’t mean you can’t help. You can help to raise money for the AWS medical fund. Because pets come to us in various stages of their life with a wide assortment of health care needs, we must spend more than $150,000 with local veterinarians each year to get them ready for adoption. The 2-mile walk on the Kennebunk Beaches is a fun way for you to support this important fund...and help the animals find their new homes that much more quickly. Here’s how it works: Get a team of family and friends together and bring your favorite furry friend or a stuffed animal mascot to walk the route. Every walker helps raise money to give the animals medicine, surgery and check-ups. Just by completing the Junior Strut Walk you will earn a medal and if you raise more money than your registration fee, you get a special goody bag filled with a T-shirt and prizes. If your team raises the most money, the whole team wins a pizza party at the shelter with games, crafts and a behind-the-scenes tour of AWS. We hope to see you, your team and your four-legged

Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK – Meet Minnie, an exquisitely beautiful adult Maine Coon X tortie female. This gentle sweet gal came into ACAR when her elderly caretakers were unable to provide adequate care for their most beloved furry family member. Minnie is so gentle and loving she will just melt into your lap to spend special time with you. Minnie is looking for a family that will allow her to be an inside only gal where she can truly enjoy the comfort of home and family. Minnie’s wish list is short: a loving family (she will do well with all family members, other house cats and respectful dogs), a lap to catch some ZZZ’s, a sunny window to monitor neigh-

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borhood affairs, a few toys, treats and a variety of good foods. If Minnie’s wish list isn’t too much for you to handle and an easy-going Coon X would make a nice addition to your family circle, Minnie would like to meet with you. Minnie will be interviewing prospective new parents on Saturday Aug. 30, at the adoption center located at 37 Market St. in North Berwick. In addition to Minnie, there are a large selection of young kittens, many teen kittens, a good number of young adult cat, a smaller number of adult cats and a growing number of older adult cats also looking to you for new loving homes.

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friends on Sunday, Sept. 8, at Strut Your Mutt! To learn more or to register, visit www.animalwelfaresociety.org. Cyrus Meet Cyrus, an 8-year old Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog. We’ve had an Alapaha come through our doors before but for those who don’t remember, the breed is basically an offshoot of the American Bulldog done with the intent of recreating a Southern plantation dog. Cyrus here is a sweet, fun-loving bulldog who can’t wait to find himself a new home. His bulldog appearance makes him look both adorable and goofy, often at the same time. He loves playing with stuffed toys and going for regular walks. While he would be happy to share a new home with children of all ages, he’d prefer to be the only pet. His playful nature and affectionate personality will easily enhance any home. If you’d like to add this handsome devil to your family, then stop on by the shelter today to meet Cyrus. Raven Now this precious little pup is quite the adorable...wait, what? Oh, my mistake. This is actually Raven, a 5-year-old medium-hair cat. The lack of a tail threw me off. Yes, Raven lost her tail sometime in the past, and while it does give her a cute, puppy dog-like look, she barely notices it. Raven is still a fluffy, friendly, curious kitty. She’s ready to find herself a new home with plenty of places to explore and plenty of love to go around. If this gorgeous gal sounds like the one for you, stop by the shelter today to meet Raven...the cat. Definitely a cat. Boo Meet Boo! Wait, come

Adoption hours are Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and by appointment during the week. Our newest adoption quarters are located on 251 Route 4 in Sanford.

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back. I wasn’t trying to scare you, just introducing Boo, a 4-year-old Dwarf Mix Rabbit. Boo didn’t get her name from being a scaredy cat, fortunately. She’s actually quite friendly, even if she may get a little overexcited from time to time. Yes, even rabbits can get over-excited. Like just about any rabbit, Boo would love to have a home with a habitat filled with toys, treats, grass, and all the other stuff rabbits love. Spend regular time petting and playing with Boo and you’ll be inseparable before you know it. If little Boo sounds like the critter for you, then stop by the shelter today to meet her. Calendar of Events Sept. 8: It’s our 19th year! Don’t miss Strut Your Mutt! It’s the greatest dog walk around! Join 250 others and their furry friends and stroll for 2 miles along the beach while raising money for our Sadie Fund, a medical fund for animals. More than $150,000 is spent each year on veterinary costs. Collect your pledges from friends and family and bring them to the walk. Day of event registration and pledge collection begins at 10 a.m. and the walk begins at 11a.m. Sept. 13 to 15: PetSmart Charities® National Adoption Event at Biddeford Crossing. The Mobile Adoption Team will visit with adoptable dogs throughout the weekend. Feline Adoption Counselors will be available in the store.

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Religious News

Ogunquit Baptist The Shore Road Summer Concert Series will present an annual keyboard benefit concert, “Triumphant Tunes and Toccatas” featuring organist Mark Thallander and pianist Glenda Winkle-Morrow at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013 at the Ogunquit Baptist Church, 157 Shore Road, Free parking will be available, and a free-will offering will be received. Visit www.ogunquitbaptistchurch. org. Sanford Unitarian Regular church services will resume at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church, 5 Lebanon St. An annual Water Celebration and Ingathering Service will be led by the Rev. Susan Gabrielson. Musicians

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and drummers are needed for pre-service music. Childcare will be provided during the service. Call 324-3191, visit www. sanforduuchurch.org or visit the church on Facebook. St. George’s Episcopal St. George’s Episcopal Church, 3 Emerson St. in Sanford will return to regular worship services at 8 and 10 a.m. every Sunday, beginning Sept. 8. Childcare will be available at the 10 a.m. service. Sunday school for kindergarten through sixth grade will begin at 9:45 a.m. Youth group for sevenththrough 12th-graders meets the first Sunday of the month from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 324-8119 or visit www.stgeorgesanford. org. The Rev. Canon Susan Murphy is rector. First Congregational First Congregational Church of Kennebunkport invites the public to join in a special service of prayer for peace in Egypt at the church on Wednes-

Sunday, September 9

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Eucharistic Minister and Layreader Terry Trimble

THANK YOU ST. JUDE: May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus, pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray for us. St. Jude, helper of the hopeless, pray for us. Say this prayer 9 times a day, by the 8th day your prayers will be answered. It has never been known to fail. Publication must be promised and done.

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Final Summer Worship at St. Peter’s Church Until Next Summer 2014

NORTH BERWICK – The D.A. Hurd Library recently announced its new partnership with the Chuuk Children’s Library in Weno, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM). The Hurd Library will act as a “sister” library by sending unsold books to Micronesia. Two Noble High School students boxed 22 large flat rate boxes for the children of Chuuk. FSM is composed of 607 islands located in the western day, Sept. 4, at 7 p.m. A special offering will be collected for relief efforts for the churches and monasteries that have been looted, vandalized, and burned in Cairo. The service will be a candlelight vigil with prayers, responsive readings, and reflection. For more information, call 207-967-3897. York-Ogunquit UM “Beaching with Jesus,” an outdoor worship experience, will take place at the beach in Ogunquit on Sunday, Sept. 1, at 7:30 a.m., and continuing each Sunday through Columbus Day weekend. This early morning event is sponsored by YorkOgunquit United Methodist Church. More details are available at youmc.org or at 207-3632749.

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Pacific. Chuuk is one of the four states of Micronesia. The sister libraries became aware of each other through Sarah Morse, a 2008 Noble graduate and a Peace Corp volunteer assigned to Satowan Island in Micronesia. When Morse arrived on Satowan the 1.8-square mile island contained no books. During the 2012–2013 school year, Samuel Morse collected 860 books for the Satowan school. Each classroom now has a bookcase with one or two shelves of books. Morse participated in a Peace Corp Teacher to Teacher program with a third-grade class at Eliot Elementary last

year. This year, she will be paired with a fourth-grade teacher at Marshwood Great Works School. This program allows participants to learn and teach others about the culture of FSM while teaching the people of FSM about the U.S. Chuuk Children’s Library hopes to be able to rotate books through the islands. Most islands can only be reached by ship or small boat. Each large flat rate box costs $16.85 to ship and can hold up to 20 pounds. To sponsor a box, make a donation or learn more information, e-mail: chuuksisterlib@gmail. com.

Obituaries John W. Emery NORTH BERWICK – John W. Emery, husband of Blanche Emery, of North Berwick, passed away Friday, Aug. 23, at his home. He was 88. After serving in World War II, John was employed at the Blue Rock Quarry and later for Cyro Industries. John enjoyed dancing with his wife. He also loved attending local fairs where he was active in

Sean DeFanti, 54 Sean DeFanti, 54 of Wells, Maine passed away in September of 2012 after a long illness. Sean was predeceased by his mother, Marguerite DeFanti, his father, Alexander DeFanti and a brother, John Shultz. He is survived by a brother, Kenyon Shultz of Tennessee, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Sean was born and raised in Westerly, RI and after spending a short time in Florida, made his home in Wells with his mother, caring for her as she lived at home well into her nineties. Sean ran his own carpentry business and was truly a craftsman. Many of his customers were in York, Maine and a true testament to his

cattle pulls. He will be missed by his children, Pat Emery and John W. Emery Jr., his five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. A graveside memorial service was held at Hillside Cemetery, North Berwick. Arrangements were by the Johnson Funeral Home, North Berwick. Condolences may be made at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com.

craftsmanship can be seen in many of the ornamental exterior decks he designed and built in the area. His greatest passion was music; he always had a radio with him and had the largest CD collection this cousin had ever seen. When he wasn’t working, Sean could be seen bicycling in the Tatnic area or sitting along the roadside with fishing pole in hand. He also loved to cook and have guests for a lobster bake or a traditional Italian spaghetti dinner. Sean is and will be surely missed by all who knew the gentle giant that was Sean DeFanti. Anyone wishing to share a thought or memory of Sean please feel free to send it to me at: Judy Hungerford, 48 Kent St., Plainville, CT 06062.

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Regis Carpentry & Property Maintenance Specializing in everything you need for a beautiful home! QUALITY WORK AT LOW PRICES Fully Insured - Many References

207-451-8083

LEFEBVRE’S

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

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• Light Carpentry • Sheetrock Repairs • Powerwashing Services • Storm Doors Installed • Interior / Exterior Refinishing • Home Security Checks Many More Services Available

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CALL DOMENIC FOR A FREE CONSULTATION

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

Handyman Jack, etc. LLC by Jack and Diane

Professional, experienced, fully insured • FREE estimates

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Member of the York Chamber of Commerce

R.Moulton Builder

FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED

House Painting PAINTING

Free Estimates Fully Insured Interior & Exterior (603) 834-2023

interior - exterior professional - insured

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

PLUmBING

Plumbing, Heating & AC Installation & Service

(207) 985-2130

ROLAND D. BOUTIN

PLUMBING Master Plumber

FHW Heating Systems New Construction & Remodeling Installation and Repair

20% Off New Customers Free Estimates

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or email rboutin3@maine.rr.com

LANDScAPING / yARD SERvIcES

CRICKET’S PLUMBING RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING Services & Repairs

Master Plumber #MS90014293

207•206•6824

R.P. PLUMBING Ryan Porell

New Construction Remodeling Service & Repairs Seasonal Turn-Offs Life Safety Sprinklers Insured Master Plumber

(207) 730-1966 LANDScAPING / yARD SERvIcES

CASON CARPENTRY

Additions Remodeling Decks Windows Siding

York, Maine

207.363.4136

207.439.5318 John Kardulas

REMODELING

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

HANDYMAN SERVICES

(207) 363-5831

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

Painting Wallpapering

HomE ImPRovEmENT

Mainely Odds-N-Ends

No Job Too Small Reasonable Rates Fully Insured

Chet Woodbury

Over 26 Years Experience

“NO JOB TOO SMALL”

For ALL Your Home Improvement Needs!

(207) 251-1411 North Berwick, ME

Licensed & Insured

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

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...

641-2722

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Hardscaping Walkways Patios Stonewalls Retaining Walls Granite Steps/Terraces

S. BERWICK

Residential & Commercial Property Maintenance

Since 1976

All Season

LAWN CARE

Complete Lawn and Maintenance Service

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!

MAINE

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100% Original, Natural and Organic Fertilizers P.O. Box 645 Cape Neddick, ME 03902 (207) 752-1170 allseasonlawncare@hotmail.com

HARDSCAPES

Walls • Walkways • Patios PLANTING Trees • Shrubs • Sod LAWN INSTALLATION LIGHT EXCAVATION www.evergreenlandscapingllc.com

MOXIE GARDENS and more Give Your Garden Some Moxie!

Visit our “Self Serve” Farm Shed for Fresh In Season Vegetables and Garden Related Items Open Daily 8am to 6pm

• • • • • Complete Garden and Landscaping Services 182 Brave Boat Harbor Road, Kittery Point, Maine

207-439-3522 / www.moxiegardens.com


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~ News & Classifieds ~ Check Out the Starblast Telescope at Graves Public Library

Program on Civil War Monuments Planned KITTERY – Maine State Historian Earle G. Shettleworth Jr. will be guest speaker at a meeting of the Kittery Historical and Naval Society on Tuesday, Sept. 10. As the Civil War was coming to an end, Maine towns and cities built monuments to the men who died in the war as well as those who served. In 1864, Kittery and Bangor were among the first communities to erect such monuments in local cemeteries to memorialize the

An Orion Starblast Tabletop Telescope was donated to Graves Public Library. (courtesy photo)

KENNEBUNKPORT – The Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library was recently presented with an Orion Starblast Altazimuth Reflector Tabletop Telescope. The Astronomical Society of Northern New England (ASNNE) and the Susan Pineo Stowbridge family – in memory of Charles and Jean Pineo – donated the gift to share with all permanent cardholders. The telescope can be checked out for one week to anyone with an existing Graves

card in good standing – no renewals. The telescope comes with a CD on how to use it, a headlamp, maps of the night sky, and a booklet of constellations that can be seen through the viewfinder. Both professional or amateur star-gazers can use the telescope to observe the planets and stars in their own backyards. Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library is located at 18 Maine St. in Kennebunkport. Call 967-2778 or visit http:// www.graveslibrary.org.

Civil War, starting a trend that would result in more than 170 such monuments being built across the State of Maine in the following decades. In his PowerPoint presentation, Shettleworth with highlight many of the most notable monuments throughout the state, ranging from Kittery in York County to Sherman in Aroostook County, utilizing historical photographs as well as current views. The Kittery Historical and Naval Society meets at 7

Making The Grade YORK COUNTY –

Natalie A. Lord of Kittery Point is studying abroad through St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y. She is participating in St. Lawrence University’s International Study Program and is majoring in biology. Lord graduated from Burke Mountain Academy.

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Dakota Irvin of York Harbor graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, with a master of arts degree in history, with a concentration in Russian history. Irvin graduated from York High School in 2005, and Gettysburg College in 2009. He is currently teaching in Moscow, Russia.

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Area students earned degrees from Rensselaer Poly technic Institute, Troy, N.Y. They are Zachary Puffer of Kittery, bachelor of science in chemical engineering, and Ronan Rice of Kennebunkport, bachelor of science in biomedical engineering.

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Jillian Gori of South Berwick enrolled at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va., where she will major in nursing.

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Wells resident Morgan Vanasse graduated from Siena College, Loudonville, N.Y., with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.

p.m. at the Lions Club building on State Road in Kittery. There is no charge to attend.

mUSIc SERvIcES CustomizEd Guitar LEssons All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252

cHILDcARE

Stay at home mom looking for a couple of children to care for in my home. Fun and learning environment with lots of personal attention. Older kids welcome for after school hours and help with homework. Call Jennifer Wallingford at 646-9347. References available. PAINTING

PAINTING

Experienced, Reliable, Reasonable. Many local references. Interior/Exterior Free Estimates

Michael 251-0964

~ Home & Business Services ~ wASTE REmovAL wASTE REmovAL WE LOAD & HAUL

ANYTHING TO THE DUMP!

The Dump Guy

207-450-9262 • 603-486-7991 www.seacoastdumpguy.com DUMPSTERS FOR RENT

WE HAUL AWAY &

DISPOSE OF ANYTHING

Call Joe

439-8680

439-2380

A-1 ENVIRO SERVICE Serving Greater York County

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

 • Portable • Roll-off Toilets Containers • Catch Basins

(207) 646-2180

Sheds / Outbuildings Houses Mobile Homes Decks Swimming Pools Cement

Low Rates / Free Estimates / 207-985-3577 cLEANING

• Septic Tank Pumping

The Weekly Sentinel

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DooR SERvIcES

Reasonable Rates References Available Weekly / Bi-weekly Post Construction & Vacation Homes

Please Call (207) 272-4523 For An Appointment

PAvING

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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PooL SERvIcES

BOB’S

Sealcoating & Driveway Repair Commercial & Residential Free Estimates ~ Since 1979

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POOL SERVICE

DRywALL

CALL LEON BROEKMAN (207)363-2567 BROEKMUD@MAINE.RR.COM

fURNITURE REPAIR / UPHoLSTERy

Installs, Repairs, Openings, Closings, & Much More

QUALITY Furniture Repairs

No Middle Man, No Overhead 30 Years Experience

Chinchillas Antiques

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Over 25 Years Experience Free Honest Estimates

207-249-8786

CALL: Brian Bourque Kittery Point, ME

207-439-0747


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~ Classifieds ~

RENTALS wANTED

moBILE HomES foR SALE

EDUcATIoNAL

HELP wANTED

HELP wANTED

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

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: jmtm6059@aol.com or 508-485-5851 for a showing.

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.

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!

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

PETS foR SALE akC Labrador rEtriEvEr puppiEs 2 Black males available Ready to go 9/3 ~ $750 South Berwick 207-384-3240

To Our Advertisers We are now accepting Credit Cards for payment!

HEATING

PUBLIC HEARING

Affordable, clean, safe and efficient wood heat. Central Boiler outdoor Wood furnaCE. Heats multiple buildings. Janco Classic Wood Boiler 603-767-3729

To: Marianne Goodine or Michele Stivaletta-Noble, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine; GREETINGS:

ANNUAL HEATING SERVICE

PUBLIc NoTIcE

In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 3rd day of September, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening. The Board will conduct a public hearing to consider whether the Moratorium on Lodging Facilities Along Route One, which became effective on April 16, 2013, and which is set to expire on September 16, 2013, should be extended until November 6, 2013, which is the day after the Wells Town Meeting will vote on proposed amendments to the Town Code relating to Lodging Facilities. Given under our hands this 20th day of August, 2013.

PLUmBING & HEATING Plumbing &  Heating Service

$49/hour

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

HELP wANTED

Needed for Wild Blueberry Restaurant in Ogunquit, ME Call

978-273-4068

Weekdays and/or weekends Call Sally at Carriage House Motel 207-646-2159 1404 Post Road, Wells

HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE

$99

Furnaces, Boilers, Monitor 207-651-6876

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

Sentry Hill of York Harbor is now hiring

C.N.A.s & P.S.S.s 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

Attention

TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN

HELP wANTED

NOW HIRING HOUSEKEEPERS

DISHWASHER

CDL SCHOOL BUS

DRIVERS

KIND-HEARTED

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. 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

www.comfortkeepers.com

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

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. Equal Opportunity Employer by Choice

Kittery, York & Wells, ME 207-363-1555


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~ Classifieds ~ yARD SALES thE stuff pEopLE will remove your unwanted yard sale items for only a small fee (to help defray costs). Call 207-219-3433 to schedule a pick-up time.

yARD SALES

yARD SALES

red barn used furniture antiques

movinG saLE 163 Island Beach Road Drakes Island, Wells, ME Fri 8/30 & Sat 8/31 • 9am-12pm Kayaks, Antiques, Lamps, Furniture, New Items, Baby & Children’s Items 20 YEar basEmEnt / GaraGE CLEanout! Saturday, Aug. 31 • 8am-3pm 157 Chases Pond Rd, York Antique dolls, metal and wood shelving, Christmas items, small tools, ACs, misc. furniture, movies and games, foosball 9-in1 table, vent-less propane heater, humidifiers and lots, lots more! movinG / Yard saLE 328 Turkey St. North Berwick Sat. Aug. 31 - Sun. Sept. 1 9 am - 3:30 pm Good stuff cheap! GaraGE saLE Saturday, August 31 8 am - 2 pm 182 Berwick Road, Ogunquit (Half mile from Route 1) - ample parking across street Remodeling, ALL MuST GO! Furniture, china, glassware, small appliances, lamps, accessories, old VW repair kits in packaging. All in good condition.

sale daily 11-4 year round 207-646-2137

27 mile rd. wells, maine (just off rt. 1)

OGUNQUIT

LABOR DAY WEEKEND YARD SALE

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. GaraGE saLE Saturday, August 31 8am-3pm 26 Bourne Ave, Wells (2 Houses behind Jake’s Seafood) Furniture, small appliances, garden tools, new kerosene heater, clothes, children’s books, toys, school/teacher supplies, and more! CLEaninG out Business, Estate, Apartment, Furniture & Something For Everyone! Aug. 31st, 8am-2pm 579 Post Road, Wells

EqUESTRIAN SERvIcES

AUToS foR SALE

horsEbaCk ridinG LEssons: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970

for saLE 1991 CORVETTE WELL MAINTAINED Please call 617-909-2725 for more information.

LANDScAPING / yARD SERvIcES

TRAvEL TRAILER foR SALE

MOWING • • YARD Mowing YardWORK work PRESSURE WASHING Pressure washing SPRING CLEANUP & ODD JOBS no tooSMALL sMall NOjob JOB TOO Free FREE estiMates ESTIMATES

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50% off

montana 5th wheel

38 Feet, fully furnished travel trailer in mint condition with lots of extras. $21,500 or Best Offer 813-857-6383

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

DUBOISLIVESTOCKANDEXCAVATING.COM

david & marie des jardins

garage sale sat. 8/31 & sun. 9/1 9aM-2PM 162 royal HeigHts Moody, Maine

Located off Tatnic & Old County Roads

TRANSPoRTATIoN

fIREwooD / PELLETS

franman Airport - Weddings - Events Serving Portland to Boston Logan - Jet Port - Manchester Call Tom Franey 603-312-0782 www.franmantransportation.com Facebook: Franman Transportation

GrEEn $215/Cord 207-676-8458

AccoUNTING Laura s. LEbEr, Cpa Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: laura.leber.cpa@gmail.com b/a aCCountinG roberta (bobbi) macrum, Cpa Bookkeeping, payroll, tax prep Small business consulting bonded & insured money mgmt Call 207-850-1292 or email baaccting@gmail.com

We Have old & neW you can Have it all

BookkEEPING

garage sale

LCb bookkEEpinG Lee Bryant QuickBooks ProAdvisor 207-475-5495

41 White Tail Ridge, Eliot, ME Saturday 8/31 & Sunday 9/1 9AM-4PM Outdoor furniture, silk plants, carpets, planter pots, books, soft goods & more ITEmS foR SALE truCk mEChaniC tooLs Snap-on, Mac, some craftsmen, torque 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. ovErstuffEd broWn faux LEathEr 62” sofa & 39” Chair. $399 for the set. Pick up - Lyman, ME 352-350-1725

cLEANING SERvIcES ruth LanE CLEaninG sErviCE Dusting, vacuuming, washing floors, etc. $12-15/hr, 2 hr min. 603.953.7034

ANTIqUES Wanted to buy * Antiques * Silver * Gold * Chris Lord antiques

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

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

Firewood

dry 16” Firewood Cut, Split, delivered Local Area $265/Cord 207-646-2020

LAUNDRy SERvIcES ironinG & prEssinG Kennebunk Area Men’s & Women’s Clothing, Curtains, Bed Linen 207-449-9118

daY bEd & kitChEn sEt White scroll metal with twin mattress $50. Glass top and brass table, 4 padded chairs $50. Call 207-646-9466

CASH FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK

boat for saLE Boat motor & galvanized trailer. Fully equipped. Includes full tackle box & fishing poles. Ready to go. $2,950 ~ 646-7025

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AUToS wANTED Junk/usEd vEhiCLEs & sCrap mEtaL WantEd (207) 363-7492 / (207) 423-0068 Please leave message.

AUToS wANTED

$100 UP TO $100,000 AVAILABLE! 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 hoaty@starkeyford.com

We need late model trucks and autos of any kind.

ELIOT AUTOMOTIVE

Paying up to

www.EliotAutomotive.com

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: eliotauto@yahoo.com

$50,000

Call Dan: (207) 251-2221 or Email: villagemotors@comcast.net


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RENTALS

NORTH BERWICK

APARTMENT RENTAL 2 BR, 1 BA, pristine, in 3 unit building on Route 9. $975 includes heat & hot water. Security deposit & lease. No smoking or pets. 207-384-4187

commERcIAL RENTALS 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!

Call today to reserve space:

(207) 985-9305

RENTALS

RENTALS

RENTALS

Pre-Leasing is underway for

WELLs 2nd Floor small one bedroom with 3/4 bath. One bay in garage available. $650/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.

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. “EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY”

207.384.4008

RENTAL

96 Portland St. So. Berwick, ME

Housemate wanted in Wells. Good sized room, beautiful Cape on 2.5 acres. Looking for mature, responsible adult. Non-smokers, no pets. $495/month + shared utilities.

978-257-5636

BERWICK HOME FOR RENT Carriage Runn • 3-4 Bedrooms $1975/Month Security deposit required Showings by appointment www.century21barbarapatterson.com

commERcIAL RENTALS

PERSoNAL ASSISTANcE

Eliot:

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

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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.

furnishEd room - York Year round rental available NOW to mature female. Kitchen, laundry and utilities included, but no phone. No smoking or pets. $350/mo. Call 207-363-3312

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

wells BeaCh

wINTER RENTALS

3 BR Furnished House Oct. 14, 1013 - May 14, 2014 No Pets / No Smoking $950/mo + Utilities 207-351-6797

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* All lease payments 36 mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing. Elantra GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,499 cash or trade due at signing. All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees.

* All lease payments 36 mo, 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing, Elantra GT 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,999 cash or trade due at signing. Elantra GLS 24mo 12k miles/yr $2,499 cash or trade due at signing. All prices and payments reflect all available rebates, including Military, College Grad, Competitive Owner Coupon, Valued Owner Coupon, HMF Bonus Cash, and Consumer Rebate. Manufacturer qualifications are required. All price and payments exclude tax, title, destination and fees.


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REALTY ONE

Owned Independently

YORK - OGUNQUIT - SACO - SOUTH PORTLAND

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

www.yorkmaine.com

A Home for Everyone OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY 8/31, 1-3PM

CAPE NEDDICK Own your own free-standing 1532 SF home in Cape Neddick. First floor BR, fenced yard, public water, close to beaches. Great location for service business. Check zoning for commercial possibilities. Low maint. vinyl siding. $145,000 Joanne Stone 207-337-2359

71 Railroad Avenue Ext., YORK BEACH Your Host: Bob Maneely 207-337-2708 Only one block to Long Sands Beach! Year round home with 3 BRs, 2 BAs, partially finished basement with family room, and first floor laundry. Well maintained! $595,000 - MLS #1099334 - Dir: From Route 1 York, take York St (Rt

ELIOT Gracious homestead with many original features untouched. Beautiful hardwood floors, fireplace, sun room, patio with arbor and 2 barns on private acre of mature landscaping. Stroll to Piscataqua River trails and Eliot boat launch. $339,900 Susan Dufour 207-251-3048

1A) to beach, take left at 123 restaurant, right to Railroad Avenue Ext. House on left.

WHIPPOORWILL NEIGHBORHOOD, YORK GRAND COLONIAL IN WHIPPOORWILL - 30 OSPREY LANE. This 3 BR, 2.5 BA Custom-built features hardwood and tile, granite, stainless appliances, private backyard, finished basement, open kitchen / family room with FP, quality craftmanship and attention to detail. $524,700 Louise Ducharme 207-252-3270

KITTERY NEW ENGLANDER STEPS TO THE WATER. Smell the salt air while enjoying your private backyard and 2 sun rooms! This 3 BR, 2 BA features an expansive family / sun room with cathedral ceilings and tile floor, updated kitchen and bath, and new buderus boiler and windows. A must see! $314,900 Louise Ducharme 207-252-3270

YORK BEACH QUAINT BEACH RETREAT! Historic details abound in this 4 BR, 1 BA steps to Short Sands Beach. Walk to beach, restaurants and shops. Features include gas FP, barn used as rec room, large kitchen, dining / family room and large lot. Well-maintained with ocean views. $369,000 Louise Ducharme 207-252-3270

OGUNQUIT TIMESHARE located near the seaside village of Ogunquit. Resort boasts small town charm and vibrant night life. Luxury suites offering private bedrooms with whirlpool spas, living rooms with electric FP. Available weeks 1-6,48,49,50, even year only. $5,900 Alan Kew 207-232-3660

ACTON Great year-round or vacation destination with water views and public access to Loon Pond! Remodeled chalet, open concept living / dining / kitchen with full BA and BR on first floor. Beautiful stairway leads to large loft and master BR. Large family room below. $142,500 Nancy Raynes 207-363-2497 x131

YORK LEASE – First floor suite at Bragdon Commons with great layout. Large reception office, waiting room, 4 large offices, and handicap BA. Large parking lot. New paint and carpet. Ideal for medical practice, insurance, law office, mortgage co. $1,400/mo. Pam Lynch 603-533-9448

YORK This manufactured home would make a nice summer getaway! And you do own stock in Mainely York which means you own your land. $89,000 Bob Maneely 207-337-2708

KITTERY Very nice, well-maintained home with central AC and storage shed. Includes furniture. Great porch with canopy. New roof, oil tank, hall floor and 1/4 of each BR, and PVC. Close to beaches, malls, and recreation. $45,000 Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822

YORK Best kept secret in York! In a great location near beaches and shopping. Right off I-95. Trailer is in great shape. Step back in time to a trailer that has craftsmanship and pride in this older unit. Wood finishes throughout. $60,000 Bob Maneely 207-337-2708

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