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Friday, September 6, 2013

Volume 9 • Issue No. 36

More Mosquito Pools Test Positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis in York County YORK COUNTY – Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed the presence of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) in mosquito pools from the towns of Alfred and York in York County. This increases the number of mosquito pools from Maine to test positive for EEE in 2013. According to Dr. Sheila Pinette, Director of Maine CDC, additional positive tests are likely. “We still have plenty of warm weather ahead in the next few weeks and this increases the possibility of additional positive

pools.” EEE is a virus that is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. It can cause serious illness in humans, large animals like horses and some species of birds. Maine confirmed

EEE in a flock of pheasants during 2012 and experienced unprecedented EEE activity during 2009 with multiple animals and mosquito pools testing positive for the virus. Regionally, all of our sur-

Eastern Trail Alliance Hosts Annual Lighthouse Race COASTAL MAINE – For the first time in its history, a classic southern Maine bicycle ride is completely full, three weeks before the event. Against a backdrop of historic lighthouses, rocky coast and sandy beaches, 1,000 cyclists

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from 26 states will saddle up on September 7 for the 10th Annual Maine Lighthouse Ride hosted by the Eastern Trail Alliance. Cyclists on the various rides – 25, 40, 62 or 100 miles – will pedal from and return to Southern Maine Community College. “It’s not surprising that the Maine Lighthouse Ride is a sellout this year,” said Bob Bowker, spokesperson for the ride. “When you combine spectacular Maine scenery, great food, and friendly local volunteers, people come from all over the country to experience it. And at the same time,

they are helping to build the Eastern Trail for all to enjoy.” This year’s riders can expect the usual amenities of maps, cue sheets, multiple rest stops, food, refreshments, and on-call support vehicles. In addition, some riders will be sporting pre-ordered commemorative MLR bike jerseys. Other riders will have the opportunity to place orders for the jerseys on the day of the ride. While this year’s MLR has no more spots available, and no registration will be taken the day of the ride, trail supporters and See RACE page 5...

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rounding states have also identified EEE in 2013 including mosquito pools in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Two horses have tested positive for EEE in Massachusetts as well. Massachusetts has also had a resident confirmed with EEE. “EEE is a very serious illness” says Dr. Stephen Sears, State Epidemiologist, “Mainers need to take appropriate precautions against mosquitoes to prevent this illness.” Maine CDC recommends the following preventative measures to protect against EEE and other mosquito-borne illnesses: Use an Envi-

ronmental Protection Agencyapproved repellent when outdoors, especially around dawn and dusk. Always follow the instructions on the product’s label; Wear protective clothing when outdoors, including longsleeved shirts, pants and socks; Keep window and door screens down to keep mosquitoes out of the home; Limit time outdoors at dawn and dusk when many species of mosquitoes are most active; and Remove containers holding water in and around the home, as water can attract mosSee EEE page 3...

Lynn Lyons Workshops Addressing Bullying KENNEBUNK – On September 11, RSU 21 is dedicating the day to educating students, staff, and community about how to prevent and address bullying. With the generous support and funding from the South Congregational Church’s Outreach Program, Lynn Lyons will spend the day doing a series of workshops. She will present at the high school, middle school, and elementary school levels, and offer an evening session for parents and other interested community members. Lynn Lyons has been a psychotherapist for over 23 years and specializes in the treatment of anxious children and their parents, with a special interest in interrupting the generational patterns of anxiety in families. In addition to her private practice in Concord, Lynn presents internationally to professional organizations and school districts, offering workshops to mental health and medical providers, teachers, school nurses, and parents. She is known for her focus on providing concrete, usable skills and her integration of

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~ News ~ Summer Solstice Craft Show Features New England Artisans WELLS – Creations made by Maine and New England artists and craftsmen will be on display at the 25th Annual Summer Solstice Craft Show, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 7 and 8, at Wells Elementary School on Route 109. Seventy artists and crafters will display their wares inside the school and outdoors on the courtyard. The Summer Solstice crafts shows, which are juried, are known for their quality and variety. Visitors will find jewelry, pottery, photography, soaps, clothing and accessories, candles, wood crafts, fiber arts, and handcrafted specialty foods. The craft fair will also include live music provided by folk musician Carolyn Currie of Cumberland. Her CDs will be available at the show. Beach Dawgs Catering will offer luncheon specials. The craft show is held rain

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SOUTH BERWICK – An annual celebration of Maine author Sarah Orne Jewett’s birthday will take place on Sunday, Sept. 8, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Sarah Orne Jewett and Jewett-Eastman Houses in downtown South Berwick. In addition to being one of Maine’s finest regional writers, Jewett was a preservationist, and at this year’s celebration,

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~ News ~ Naval Museum to Honor Veterans KITTERY – A special “Veterans’ Salute 2013” will be held on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Kittery Historical and Naval Museum where re-enactors representing many 20th century conflicts will converge for a day-long celebration honoring all veterans. Visitors can chat with reenactors and see displays of military uniforms, period vehicles, weapons and equipment. As a special feature, local veterans from World War II, Korea and Vietnam will be available to meet and chat with the public.

Festivities will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a special tribute to all veterans at 11 a.m. by crew members of the USS Topeka, currently at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, N.H. Weather permitting, much of the event will be held outdoors adjacent to the town monuments honoring locals who fought in Korea and Vietnam. The museum will also hold an open house featuring World War II items. The Kittery Historical and Naval Museum is located at 200 Rogers Road Extension.

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booths and tables of local businesses, and more. For more information, visit www.arundelhistoricalsociety. org, or call 282-3451 or 284-6622.

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YORK – RE/MAX Realty One is once again raffling off a lovely quilt to benefit the York Community Services Association Food Pantry. “These are tough

times for seniors and the funds raised by this quilt raffle will help put community funds to work,” says Jimmy Hager, broker at RE/MAX Realty One in York. The Food Pantry

has seen a dramatic increase this year in the number of seniors needing assistance, about 25 per week. The summer was also busy with 35-40 families each week and the food pantry concentrated on buying healthy snacks for children home for the summer. The handmade “Autumn Flavors” quilt was donated by Betty McPhee of York. Raffle tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5, and can be purchased at RE/ MAX Realty One offices at 439 U.S. Route One, York 207363-2497 or at the York Village Marketfest booth on Saturday,

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For more information, please see www.yorkmaine.com or contact Ina Toth, Managing Broker, at 363-2497. For more information about making direct donations to the York Community Services Food Pantry, contact YCSA Food Pantry Manager Pat Whalen at 207-363-4056.

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~ News ~ Elks Lodge Raises Funds for Children’s Cancer Program

YORK – York’s Elks Lodge #2788 recently held its annual Maine Children’s Cancer Program picnic. Children suffering from cancer and their families were invited to enjoy free rides at the park, time at the Zoo, and a BBQ. York Elks Lodge raised over $1,200 from a raffle and donations. MCCP is the Maine Elks Association’s major concentration. Pictured helping serve BBQ are Maine Elks Association First Lady Barbara Guy, PSP from York Lodge, Bob Carr,

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OGUNQUIT – The 39th annual Ogunquit Antique Show and Sale is on its way. It showcases jewelry, linen, porcelains, crystal, furniture, glassware, prints and art of all forms in this beautiful show to be held on Saturday, Sept. 14 and Sunday, Sept. 15 at the Dunaway Center. The wares come from eighteen New England dealers who hand pick their displays to please the tastes of our ‘Ogunquitcentric’ appreciators.

The show is the only fundraiser that the Friends of the Ogunquit Heritage Museum hold to benefit the museum which is one of Ogunquit’s jewels in and of itself. The proceeds of the event go directly to support the museums exhibits. This year, along with the permanent displays of the art and culture of the town’s history, there is more personal stories of great artists who shaped our art community and became

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world famous. In fact, this year marks the 100th anniversary of the Armory Show in New York City. From February 17 to March 15 in 1913, New York’s 69th Regiment Armory, on Lexington Avenue between 25th and 26th streets, was home to approximately 1,250 paintings, sculptures, and decorative works by over 300 European and American artists. Of note and personal pride to Ogunquit is that the show was founded by and included many of Ogunquit’s artists of the day, such as: Walt Kuhn (founder), Marsden Hartley, Edward Hopper, George Bellows, Guy duBois, Robert Laurent, Richard Chatterton, John Sloan, Robert Henri, Marguerite Zorach and William Zorach. Your donation of $5 is tax deductible and allows the museum to continue to grow and provide knowledge of Ogunquit history. For further information, call the show coordinator, Pat Dateo at 207-251-4402.

Left to right: Nancy Guptill, President of the North Berwick Historical Society and Jean MacCorison from Barrington, RI, donator of the clock. (courtesy photo)

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timepiece on display at the D.A. Hurd Library. The 1770 Samuel Buffum grandfather clock made by George Savage of Huddersfield, England is a gift to the society by Jean MacCorison of Barrington, RI and is on loan to the library where it will be kept under climate controlled conditions. The Samuel Buffum home, where the clock originally stood, is just a few doors down from the library on High Street, now the office of Dr. Charles Hintermeister. Samuel Buffum was the town’s unofficial historian for several decades and ran the Buffum Box Mill from 1866 until the early 1900s. MacCorison inherited the clock upon the death of Edith Buffum in 1978, daughter of Samuel Buffum. He is quoted as saying, “Sam and Edith would be very pleased to know their clock is back on High Street.”

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~ News ~ Library and Museum to Host Chowder Festival KENNEBUNK – The Brick Store Museum and Kennebunk Free Library invite families and friends of all ages to the Our Shared History Chowder Festival on Sept. 14 from Noon to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the museum and library. This event celebrates the end of a summer-long collaboration between the organizations in the Our Shared History maritime heritage programming, which began in May with a book discussion of Moby Dick. Admission is $5 per person. All proceeds will be split between them. At the festival, visitors are invited to taste chowders from local restaurants, which have generously donated one gallon of their best chowder for the event. During the tasting, the Our Shared History “Words of the Ocean” Poetry Contest winners will be announced, and their poems will be on display for visitors to view. At 2:30 p.m. visitors are invited into the Brick Store Museum’s program center to see an

original one-act play discussing the ocean, past and present, by Steve Hrehovcik, starring Frank Stetson, titled “Battle in the Bottle.” Thus far, the festival will host chowder from well-known local spots like Forbes Seafood Restaurant, Alisson’s, the Maine Diner, The Village Tavern, Arundel Seafood Center, and Litchfield’s Bar and Grill. Restaurants that would like to participate in this community event should contact Cynthia Walker, program director, at cwalker@ brickstoremuseum.org or call 207-985-4802. Our Shared History joint events included a reading program; field trips to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Bath Iron Works and the Maine Maritime Museum, to learn more about modern-day shipbuilding; a nautical-themed poetry contest; author lectures; Monday movie nights with maritime themes; a shipbuilding history tour of Kennebunk; and a maritime heritage exhibit at the Brick Store Museum.

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Jason Anick Trio to Perform as Part of Capriccio Arts Festival OGUNQUIT – Tickets are now on sale for the Jason Anick Jazz Trio performance at the S. Judson Dunaway Center, 23 School St. The show is Saturday, Sept. 7. Performance time is 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. The performance marks the first week of Capriccio, Ogunquit’s two-week town-wide festival of the arts. Jason Anick is a Bostonbased performer, composer, and Berklee College of Music instructor, who is making a name for himself in the world of jazz violin and mandolin. Anick’s debut solo album, “Sleepless”, in 2011 was cited as “...a must have for any jazz violin/mandolin fans.”

Jason Anick (courtesy photo) His performances have taken him all over the world – to Japan, China, Germany, the UK, France, Italy, and the Netherlands – as well as renowned venues throughout the U.S. and Canada. The Jason Anick Trio, fresh

‘Best of the Best’ Winners Named by Art Guild

Winners of AGK Annual Awards Exhibition “Best of the Best” are pictured left to right: Ann Legg, first place, acrylics; David Crook, first, photography; Mike Maron, first, watercolors; Susan Colburn Motta, first, mixed media; Joan Cope Sutter, first, oils. Not shown: Peter Hoff, best in show, and Wolfgang Ertl, first, pastels. (courtesy photo)

KENNEBUNK – The Art Guild of the Kennebunks (AGK) presented its Annual Awards Exhibition, “Best of the Best” during a recent AGK Awards Exhibition at the Kennebunkport Community House. The exhibition was judged by Mary P. Harding, curator of contemporary art for the George Marshall Store Gallery in York. Harding awarded blue ribbons and cash prizes for best in show and first place in each media. Peter Hoff of Kennebunk won best in show” for his watercolor entitled, “January Dunes.” Ann Legg of Kennebunk won took first for her acrylic landscape entitled “Gathering Storm.” Joan Cope Sutter of Cape Porpoise received first in oils for her portrait, “Claudia.” Wolfgang Ertl of Hampton, N.H., placed first in pastels with a landscape, “Splash Pine.” And Mike Maron of South Portland received first in the watercolor division. David Crook of Kennebunk captured first in photography with his abstract of a spiral staircase, “Looking up.” And Susan

Colburn Motta of Kennebunk received first in multi-media for her textural abstraction “Ancient Writ.” At the close of the exhibition, Carol Hennig of Kennebunk was selected as the winner of the AGK Scholarship Raffle drawing, winning “Blue Moose II,” a pastel donated by AGK member Carol Santora of Kennebunk, also a member of the Pastel Society of America.

out of the studio recording a second album, “Tipping Point,” features some of New England’s finest jazz musicians including pianist Matt Dechamplaine and bassist Greg Loughman. Their performance includes an array or originals, classic jazz/swing tunes, and an occasional rearranged Beatles tune, making it perfect for every musical palate. The performance is sponsored by Ogunquit Performing Arts, a not-for-profit, tax exempt, all-volunteer committee of the Town of Ogunquit. All proceeds go toward promotion, production and artist fees for this and future events. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. They can be purchased at the Ogunquit Welcome Center, Ogunquit Camera Shop and the Dunaway Center or online at www.ogunquit.org/shop.php.

“Bold Colors” Exhibit by Ann Legg on Display KENNEBUNK / PORTLAND – “Bold Colors,” an exhibition by Ann Legg of Kennebunk, is on view now through Sept 26 at the Dog Fish Bar and Grill at 128 Free St. in Portland. The exhibition also will be a part of Portland’s First Friday Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, September 6. Bold Colors” features over 20 oil and acrylic paintings and a few limited edition giclee prints. The exhibition depicts a wide range of subject matter including bicycle riders, lobstermen, lobsters, a lighthouse in turbulent waters, local Maine scenes and flowers up close. A number of the paintings are quite large, which adds ad-

Museum to Offer Program on Ogunquit Art Colony OGUNQUIT – On Thursday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m., the Ogunquit Heritage Museum, 86 Obeds Lane, will offer a panel discussion on the art colony in Perkins Cove in the 1950s and 1960s. A diverse panel consisting of DeWitt Hardy, Helen Horn, Stuart Nudelman and Louise Tragard, all of whom are familiar with the art colony, will discuss and share stories about that time Hardy was one of the last artists to rent studio space from the Ogunquit School of Painting and Sculpture. In addition to working and painting in Ogunquit, Hardy served as the Ogunquit Museum of American Art’s (OMAA) curator and associate director for 11 years. Horn and her husband, Mike, were fixtures in Perkins Cove, living in what was once called the Ice House. She also served on the Barn Gallery and OMAA Boards, helping to bring the arts into a new era after the Ogunquit School of Painting and Sculpture closed.

Nudelman and his wife arrived in Ogunquit in the early 1960s. He went on to open a summer photography school here and became one of the first photographers to be juried into the prestigious Ogunquit Art Association. Tragard grew up spending summers across from Perkins Cove and knew many of the artists and their families first hand. In 1983 she went on to research and write the first draft of the Barn Gallery’s book, “A Century of Color,” about the first 100 years of Ogunquit’s art colony.

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ditional visual impact to Legg’s bold color palette and dramatic contrast in values. In her Artist’s Statement, Legg writes, “I strive to produce the power of music through visual art. Saturated color and strong contrast are my primary tools in capturing the spirit and vitality of people and flowers… Each piece is an exploration. …The effect of light on transparent surfaces such as water and flower petals is a recurrent theme. I tackle only those projects that feel fresh, energetic and exciting.” Ann Legg has been a judge at the Ogunquit Art Festival since 2000. She serves on the Board of the Art Guild of the Kennebunks. Examples of her award winning art can be seen at www.annlegg.com.

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‘Ekphrasis’ Exhibition on Display

KITTERY POINT – “Ekphrasis: Face and Figure” is the theme of the current show on display at the Kittery Art Association Gallery, 8 Coleman Ave. The exhibition will hang through Sept. 15 and is open 3 to 6 p.m. on Thursdays, noon to 6 p.m. on Saturdays, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays.

Club to Host Square Dances WELLS – Square dancing with the Nubble Lighthouse Keepers Square Dance Club is planned at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, and Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Wells Activity Center, 113 Sanford Road. No partners are required. Dress is casual. For more information, call 207-608-1333 or 207-985-8521.

Photo to the right: Part of the exhibition currently on display at the Kittery Art Association Gallery. (courtesy image)

Photo to the right: Members of the Nubble Lighthouse Keepers Square Dance Club (courtesy photo)

‘Rhythm and Color’ Showcases Works by Dean Diggins KITTERY – The Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common, 120 Rogers Road, will host a public opening reception of “Rhythm and Color,” a solo exhibit of works by Kittery artist Dean Diggins, at the Morgan Gallery on Friday, Sept. 13, from 4 to 6 p.m. The reception will include a screening of “A Conversation with Dean Diggins,” a documentary film by the late Dan Densch, and excerpts from the recent ceremony at Lincoln Center’s New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, where Diggins was honored by the American Tap Dance Foundation with the 2013 Hoofer Award. The screenings will be

‘Nubble Light, Yellow Sky’ – oil on masonite – Dean Diggins (courtesy photo)

held in the Star Theatre, adjacent to the gallery. The exhibit will showcase nearly 40 paintings and caricatures by Diggins, including his most recent as well as earlier works, and will remain on view until Oct. 26. An award-winning artist whose works have been ex-

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hibited in galleries throughout the Seacoast, Diggins is also famed for his professional dancing career as part of the Mattison Trio, and as a tap performer on national and international stages. Diggins’ recent honor, the 2013 Hoofer Award, each year recognizes a prominent tap artist for his unique contribution to the form and for inspiring future generations. Former recipients of the award have included Gregory Hines, Buster Brown, and Brenda Bufalino. The “Rhythm and Color” solo exhibit will extend from the entrance to the Star Theatre through the KCC East Lobby. The event is free and open to the public.

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YORK – A new show of paintings by Boston artist and painter Jeannette Steele Esposito will hang through September at the gallery space at The Clown, 659 Route 1, York. Many pieces in the exhibit, both studio work and plein air paintings, showcase the Maine landscape. A series of smaller artful roosters, and several mixed media pieces round out the collection. Esposito resides in Ipswich, Mass., and visits her summer home in Round Pond, Maine, where she draws much of her inspiration for her work. Primarily a studio painter, she is also a member in plein air groups in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Esposito studied for six years as a senior guest student in the fine arts department at Kent State University. Esposito is currently an

OGUNQUIT – In “Artists and Models,” a fall exhibition at the Barn Gallery, Ogunquit Art Association artists explore working directly from life. In “OAA Expressions,” OAA artists show work in a wide variety of subject and medium. Small memorial exhibi-

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artist member of the Rockport Art Association in Massachusetts and the Newburyport Art Association. This award-winning artist has had numerous one-person shows and has participated in many juried shows throughout New England. A public artist reception at The Clown will be held on Friday, Sept. 13th from 5 to 8 p.m. A monthly wine tasting will be hosted the same evening. outdoor Sculpture Court. Small works of art are available in the Collectors Gallery. Sponsored by Gazebo Inn, Kennebunk Savings, Moon Over Maine and On the Main, the exhibitions are free. A public reception will be hosted at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Barn Gallery, Shore Road at Bourne Lane. In a gallery talk set 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 19, painters Gail Sauter and Tom Driscoll will reveal their different approaches to paint and subject matter. On Sept. 26, OAA artists will reminisce in a “Celebration of OAA Artists, Mentors and Teachers.” The 2013 season will end with the gallery’s closing on Columbus Day, Monday, Oct. 14, at 5 p.m. For further information, pick up a brochure at the gallery, call 207-646-8400 or go to www. barngallery.org. Advertise in

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~ Library News ~ Wells Public Library Talk on ‘Doughboys’

“The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War,” a book by Maine author Richard Rubin, will be discussed by the author at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Rubin spent 10 years seeking out and interviewing all the living members of the Doughboys from World War I before writing his book. The Doughboys were members of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I.

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William Fogg Library Book Group

The Monday Af ternoon Book Group of Eliot and Kittery will meet on Monday, Sept. 9, from 4 to 6 p.m. Participants are reading fiction or nonfiction on the topic or art and architecture.

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Book Mobile at Baran Place September 5 & 19.

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Busy Bees, September 5, Helping Hands September 12, and Leaps and Bounds September 26.

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Springvale Public Library Read and Romp

‘Read and Romp,’ a weekly story time for children ages 3 to 6, takes place on Mondays at 10 a.m. This free program features a variety of stories, finger plays, songs and activities. No registration is required.

Baby Rhyme Time

‘Baby Rhyme Time,’ a 20-minute program of rhymes, songs and books for babies under 3 years old, will be offered at 10 a.m. on Thursdays. Parents and caregivers will be led as a group through an active and appropriately brief program of fun early literacy activities. This free program does not require registration

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Kennebunk Free Library French Film Series

Monday nights at 6 p.m. in September and October. The series will begin on Monday, Sept. 9, with “Jean de Florette,” directed by Claude Berri. “Manon of the Spring,” also directed by Berri, will be shown on Sept. 23; “Diabolique” by Henri- Georges Clouzot on Oct. 7, and “Au Revoir les Enfants” by Louis Malle on Oct. 21. All films will be subtitled. The film series is free of charge and registration is not required. Light refreshments served. The viewing of each film will be followed by a discussion led by Theodore P. Fraser, professor emeritus of French and studies in European literature at Holy Cross College.

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Meet on Thursday, Sept. 12 at 4:00 pm. Children ages 6 and up are encouraged to pre-register for this popular program. Opportunities to work together or alone are offered. The Library will provide Legos; children are asked to leave theirs at home.

Speers Gallery Artist: Annie Lemieux

“Coastal Confrontation” the works of Annie Lemieux will be on dis-

play in the Speers Gallery during September. Through the media of photography, oil and watercolor painting, the artist expresses the joy of her good fortune in growing up in Southern Maine within close proximity to many beautiful beaches. Sea, surf, rocks, big skies and woods, all the elements of our rugged coastline are captured in the moment between the moving and the unmoved. The rock faces against the moving seas and wind of limitless power bear the testament of endless time and beauty. The public is invited to attend an artist’s reception on Tuesday, Sept. 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

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South Berwick Public Library Garden Club

The creation of an even more beautiful and sustainable South Berwick in the coming Bicentennial Year will be the focus of a gathering planned by The South Berwick Garden Club at 7 p.m. on September 11. Members hope to establish a communication network with the various community organizations by bringing representatives of the many groups and individuals working toward this ideal together – such as representatives of SoBo Central, the Conservation Committee, Great Works Land Trust, the Central School Garden Project and York County Cooperative Extension. Individuals who are currently maintaining the various town islands and others interested in the topic are invited. Each group will be provided with the opportunity to give a brief presentation about their activities and/or space to

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5 to 6:30 p.m. at the West Kennebunk United Methodist Church, 160 Alfred Road, West Kennebunk. Adults: $7, Children 5-10 years: $3, Children under 5 free. FMI: 985-6632.

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Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be resuming monthly meetings. The first will be on Saturday at 1 p.m. It will take place at 50 Lawrence Lane, Buxton, ME. The program will be a discussion about the Richard Vines monument. Refreshments will be served. FMI: 207-324-6202.

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Sunday, Sept. 8 Strut Your Mutt Walk

At Mother’s Beach in Kennebunk. This scenic walk on the three Kennebunk Beaches raises money for the AWS Sadie Fund, a medical

fund for animals in need. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the walk starts at 11 a.m. FMI: Animal Welfare Society at 207-985-3244 x 117.

Lodge Breakfast

York Elks Lodge, 1704 Route 1, will host a breakfast from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Chicken Shoot

2 to 4 p.m. at American Legion Post 56, 9 Hannaford Drive, York. FMI: 207-363-0376.

Monday, Sept. 9 Film on Farming

The Eliot Historical Society will conduct a meeting in the John F. Hill Grange, State Road. Peter Randall will present the film “Farming 101.” The free session will begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free. FMI: 207-7480889 or 207-748-0040.

Tuesday, Sept. 10 Seashore Trolley Museum Poetry Contest Deadline

Berwick American Legion Auxiliary Meeting

Thursday, Sept. 12

part of the Maine Senior College Network located at York County Community College in Wells. It is a casual learning environment open to everyone 50+ in York County and Seacoast NH for year-round and summer residents. There are no tests, no papers and no quizzes. It’s a chance to explore subjects of interest to you. Membership in other Maine Senior Colleges honored. The open house will be held from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at YCCC and is free and open to members and non-members. Please RSVP to 207-216-4343. FMI: www.yccc.edu.

Talk on Bees

Friday, Sept. 13

The Berwick American Legion Auxiliary is having their monthly meeting at 7 p.m. at the Berwick Town Hall on Sullivan Street. The meeting is open to anyone who would like to meet these fine ladies and see how our projects benefit veterans and the community. Any woman veteran or relative is encouraged to come and see for themselves. FMI: President Diana Lapierre at 207-698-1762.

The Eliot Garden Club will launch the fall season with a meeting at 1 p.m. at Eliot Congregational Church, 1361 State Road. After refreshments and a short business meeting, guest speaker Linda Johnson will share her experiences with raising bees. She will bring her equipment and honey for tasting. FMI: 207-439-9418.

All children in grades 3 through 9 are eligible to enter their original poem about the State of Maine, autumn in Maine, pumpkins, or Pumpkin Patch Trolley. Three independent judges will select winning entries by these categories: Grades 3-5, Grades 6-7, and Grades 8-9. Entries must be received at Seashore Trolley Museum by September 10, 2013. Find entry form at homepage of www.trolleymuseum.org.

York Democrat Town Committee

Wednesday, Sept. 11

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Will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Baldwin Center located at 117 Long Sands Road in York. Matt McTighe, campaign manager for Michaud for Governor, will be the feature speaker. Parking is limited to designated visitor spaces or in adjacent lots. FMI: usimon@maine.rr.com.

South Coast Senior College Open House

Seashore Trolley Museum Dessert Contest Deadline

Seashore Trolley Museum 2013 Pumpkin Dessert Contest is sponsored by King Arthur Flour. All entries must contain fresh, canned or frozen pumpkin. Pumpkin pie spice alone does not meet this requirement. Flour used in recipes for this contest must be King Arthur Flour. Recipes do not need to be original. You will need to prepare two desserts. One will be utilized for judging and samples of the second dessert will be sold during the event as part of the Pumpkin Patch Trolley fundraising activities. Registrations must be received at the Seashore Trolley Museum by Friday, September 13. Desserts must be delivered on September 21. Find entry form at homepage of www.trolleymuseum.org.

Saturday, Sept. 14 Roast Beef Dinner

There will be a roast beef dinner at the Wells Activity Center on Route 109 at 5pm. The price is $10 in advance, and $12 at the door. Seating is limited and advance reservations are recommended. Net proceeds will go toward the Activity Center building fund. FMI: Frank at 207646-4500 or Tom at 207-646-9367.

YMCA Fundraising Auction

The Sanford Springvale YMCA will host “Bidding to Build the Dream,” a live and silent auction in its expansion space at 6 p.m. Proceeds will be used to finish the top level of the expansion. There will be entertainment, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Visit www. sanfordymca.org for a link to view auction items, make a donation, or order tickets. Tickets can also be purchased at the YMCA or by phone at 207-324-4942.

Sunday, Sept. 15 Mobsters & Lobsters Golf Tournament

At The Links at Outlook Golf Course in South Berwick. Noon check-in, cookout at 12:30 p.m., shoot-out for a set of irons at 1:30 p.m. Shotgun start, 20 teams are in and close at 124 golfers! FMI: : 207-384-4653.

Chicken Shoot

3 p.m. at the York Elks Lodge, 1704 US Rt.1 in York. FMI: 207-361-2788.


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business & finance Time Management Tips for Working Moms

The responsibility of raising a family while maintaining a career is never easy. Working moms often wish there were more time in the day to spend with their families or get more done at the office. While there’s no way women can add a 25th hour to their days, there are ways to manage your time more effectively so you can get around to doing those things you never seem to have the time to do. Get a head start. Perhaps no time of day is more hectic for a working mother than the morning, when she must get ready for

work while getting the kids ready for school and ensuring they have a good breakfast. Some moms even drop their youngsters off at school. That’s a lot of tasks to tackle before you even sit down in your office to answer the first e-mail or listen to the morning’s first voicemail. To make mornings less frantic, get a head start the night before by laying out the next day’s clothes for you and encouraging your kids to do the same. Preparing lunches, packing a gym bag and even setting the coffee maker can all be done the night before to save you time and make mornings more relaxing. Take public transportation to

work. Public transportation may not be available to all working mothers, but those with access to a train, subway or bus might want to take advantage of that opportunity. If you do, you can spend your daily commute catching up with work instead of sitting in traffic behind the wheel of your car. Even if public transportation takes a little more time to get you to work than driving yourself, that extra time can be spent preparing for the day ahead. Catch up on work over the weekend. The weekends are a time when many working mothers

look to unwind, but spending an hour or two catching up on work on a Saturday or Sunday morning is a great way to make the week a little less hectic. As the week progresses toward the weekend, set aside certain tasks that aren’t urgent but can be easily addressed in an hour or so over the weekend. This frees up time during the week to tackle larger projects and might even

allow you to leave your office earlier on weekdays. Prepare or even cook meals in advance. The days of yore when mom cooked all the meals are largely a thing of the past, as nowadays both parents tend to share cooking duties. Moms See TIPS page 19...

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The Right Time to ask for a Raise Depends on a Host of factors Asking an employer for a raise can be nerve-wracking. When asking for a raise, men and women do not want to give the impression that they are unhappy, but they do want to convey to their employers that they feel their performance merits a higher salary. Balancing those two points can be difficult, and employees may even be intimidated at the idea of asking for more money. In many instances, employers recognize the efforts of their hard-working employees and are happy to reward them with more money, while other times an employer might recognize an employee’s efforts but simply be unable to offer them more money until a later time. Before asking for a raise, men and women should consider a host of factors. Timing: Timing is often everything when asking for a raise. A company coming off a poor financial quarter or several poor quarters in a row may not have the means to give its employees more money. This isn’t a reflection on the employee’s value but rather a reflection on the company’s financial reality at the moment. Men and women who want to ask their employers for more money should first consider the company’s current financial status. No time is better than when the company is breaking sales records and thriving, while no time is worse than when the company is laying off employees or instituting other costcutting measures. Recent pay history: Men and women who recently received a raise may

want to hold off on requesting more money. Even if your performance since your most recent raise has exceeded expectations, asking for another raise so shortly after your previous one may come off as selfish or unappreciative. Recent company history: Few businesses managed to make it through the recent recession without hitting some sort of financial slump. So while things may be on the rebound around the office, your company’s recent history merits consideration before you ask for a raise. If your company or your specific department dipped financially during the recession, you may want to wait until things have shown steady improvement before asking for a raise. Should your department show consistent improvement, then your patience will serve you well, as you can now include that improved performance as further evidence that you have earned a raise. Tenure: How long you have been at your company is another

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

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~ Where To Dine ~

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The Surf Point Grill welcomes you for dinner, but Anchorage By The Sea amenities are for resort guests only. Thank you for your cooperation.

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We are open for breakfast, lunch, light fare (3-5 p.m.) & dinner After Labor Day, closing Mondays & Tuesdays 207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266 www.roostcafeandbistro.com Remember we have plenty of parking!

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Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern

Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant! Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com

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~ News ~ Cornell University Press and most recently, ‘E. B. White on Dogs’ for Tilbury House, Publishers. This event is free.

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out back of the library using the Starblaster scope and any other Telescopes that the astronomer(s) bring. All are welcome as an astronomer or guest.

For More Information

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Contact the library at 207-9672778 or visit www.graveslibrary. org.

Pasco Author Lecture Series

Featuring freelance writer and editor, Martha White: Remembering E.B. White. This event will be held on Sunday, September 8 at 2 p.m. Martha White was a contributing writer and editor to Yankee Magazine’s Old Farmer’s Almanac and her essays have appeared in the New York Times, Boston Globe, Down East Magazine, Christian Science Monitor as well as many other publications. She has also compiled and edited two collections of E. B. White’s work, ‘In the Words of E. B. White; Quotations from America’s Most Companionable of Writers’ for

The Libraries of North Berwick, Berwick, and South Berwick are hosting a book discussion group as part of the Maine Humanities Council’s Let’s Talk About It discussion series. Exploring Human Boundaries: Literary Perspectives on Health Care Providers and Their Patients will consider the issue of “A disease or a sick person”? Health care professionals do not always focus on what is most important to the patient and the patient’s family. Five classic 20th-century literary accounts of illness, death, and dying dramatically illuminate these complex issues. Books are available at any of the Berwicks’ libraries. Pre-

D.A. Hurd Library Ask an Astronomer

As part of their Starblast Telescope loaning program the D. A. Hurd Library in N. Berwick has asked Astronomical Society of Northern New England to facilitate an “Ask an Astronomer” and Starparty evening on Tuesday, Sept. 10. Starting at 6 p.m. guests will 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

registration is required. The first discussion of The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman will be held at the D.A. Hurd Library in North Berwick on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

Discover the Appalachian Trail

With thru-hiker, Christi “Deva” Holmes, on Saturday, Sept. 14 at 11:30. Christi 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. Attend the presentation and learn about life on the trail, the logistics of long distance hiking, the fun people

that are encountered, and the natural beauty. Whether you are an experienced hiker who has always dreamed of (or perhaps attempted and/or completed) hiking the AT, or simply love to live vicariously through the adventures of others, Christi’s tales are sure to entertain.

Outreach Services

The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows are on Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 2 p.m. The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 2:00 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.

For More Information

Contact the library at 207-6762215 or visit www.da-hurd.lib. me.us.

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~ Real Estate ~

REAL ESTATE GUIDE Barefoot Cottage Homes, Wells

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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

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Barbara Patterson 96 Portland Street South Berwick, Maine 03908 Business (207) 384-4008 Mobile (207) 752-0407 Fax (207) 384-5930 Jerry.Tatlock@Century21.com www.century21barbarapatterson.com Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

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WELLS: Seasonal cottage with fronted land on the wildlife reserve. Three bedroom, bath, on 7500 sq ft lot. Great rental history. Located just steps to Wells Beach. Call to schedule a showing today. $449,900 WELLS: Ogunquit/Moody Beach: Across street from beach with right of way, ocean and marsh views, excellent condition, 10 rooms, 4+1 bedrooms, 4 baths, gourmet kitchen, wet bar,3 gas fireplaces, panoramic roof top deck, 2 screened porches, plus many other features. $1,325,000

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CONDOMINIUMS & INVESTMENT/VACATION PROPERTIES WELLS: WELLINGTON MANOR # 114 - First floor condominium with sliders going out to the patio. Being sold fully furnished. Indoor heated pool and Sauna. Pets Welcome. $79,900

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WELLS: WELLINGTON MANOR #226 - Route 1 Motel condominium second floor unit with porch overlooking courtyard. Full Kitchen, bedroom and full bath. Good rental history. $82,500 WELLS: WELLINGTON MANOR #126 - Beautifully renovated unit. Clubhouse and heated pool for your enjoyment. Short drive to public beaches. Great rental history. $129,000 WELLS: WELLINGTON MANOR #224 - Beautifully renovated unit. Enjoy the indoor pool and clubhouse. Short drive to local beaches. Great rental history. Distant water views. $129,000 WELLS: BELLEVUE BY THE SEA #304 - Newly renovated two bedroom seasonal cottage in a motel/condominium complex. Indoor pool and hot tub - open year round. Just steps to Wells Beach . Park your car and walk to all summer time activities. Broker owned property. $199,900 WELLS: #108 - Single family motel/condominium unit located at the new Barefoot Cottages complex. Only one of two units in the complex that is a single family unit. Sold furnished, good rental history. Call to set up a viewing. $235,000

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28 Year-old Opens In-Home Elderly Care Franchise

New Restaurant Welcomed in Wells WELL – The Wells Chamber of Commerce and Wells town officials recently welcomed new business Mamma J’s Take-Out and owners Randy and Marsha Jones at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new restaurant, 1738 Post Road, Route 1. The restaurant is open from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Monday and offers hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, sides and specialty desserts. Mamma J’s is family owned and operated. (courtesy photo)

The Puffin Inn Ready to Welcome Guests from Near and Far

OGUNQUIT – Michele and Tim, innkeepers at The Puffin Inn, plan to provide elegantly furnished, spotless guestrooms; personal service, and a hearty, hot, sweet and savory breakfast with variety and the trendy flare that can be found at local area breakfast restaurants. “The previous owners/innkeepers, Mark Brunell and Steven Sousa, did a wonderful job building a strong and loyal customer base, and our intention is to sustain that and continue to create our own new relationships within the local and visiting communities,” note the new owners, who are pictured at center and surrounded by well-wishers during a recent ribbon cutting arranged

by the Ogunquit Chamber of Commerce. “The Puffin Inn is a beautiful historic building and we plan to preserve and honor that as we continue to add our own modern chic touches.” The Puffin Inn will be open for the season, April 1 to Dec. 31, at 433 Main St., Ogunquit. Visit www. puffininn.com or call 207-6465496. (courtesy photo)

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YORK COUNTY – The elderly population has been on the rise for years now and is set to explode with 10,000 people turning age 65 every day for the next 19 years. Sean Violette, 28, will be one of the people there to help seniors along the way. For the past 6 years, families throughout the Cumberland County area have experienced the peace-of-mind knowing that their loved ones have been cared for through the in-home services offered by Peter Violette, owner of the Scarborough Comfort Keepers®. Today, Peter’s son, Sean Violette is joining the business by opening another office of Comfort Keepers that will serve York County. Sean finds an incredible sense of fulfillment knowing what he is doing is making a huge impact in the lives of seniors every day. Since opening their Scarborough office in 2007, Peter Violette has experienced rapid growth and now has a very large staff of caregivers that provide care to seniors in their

homes, or even in assisted living or other senior living facilities. Seeing incredible potential in York County is the reason Sean is opening a second location. “Most seniors prefer to stay in their own home, and many times, with the addition of a little extra help with daily activities, many of our clients are able to stay safely in the comfort of their own home,” said Violette. “Our goal is to provide seniors and their families choices in where a senior lives. Even if a senior calls an assisted living facility home, we can provide a level of companionship and service that goes a long way to preserve their quality of life. Adding a new Comfort Keepers location allows us to expand our reach and help an even larger population in and around the area.” This is not Sean’s first business venture. In 2012 his company, VR Marketing Consultants, was nominated for the Entreverge award. The Entreverge award is given to local entrepre-

neurs whose businesses exhibit a scalable vision for the future and a long term commitment to the people, place and prosperity of Maine. Violette plans on applying the lessons he’s learned in his past business activities to make Comfort Keepers in York County a success. About Comfort Keepers® Comfort Keepers® is a leading franchise network in the in-home care market for senior and other adults needing care. Since its founding in 1998, the network has grown to more than 700 franchised locations around the world by staying true to the founders’ goal of providing quality, caring in-home care services that allow clients the opportunity to age in place. In August of 2009, the brand was strengthened even further by the purchase of the franchisor, CK Franchising, Inc., by Sodexo, one of the world’s leading food and facilities management services companies and the global leader in the health care and seniors markets.

Eliot Resident Becomes Consultant ELIOT – Suzette Wyatt of Eliot has become an independent consultant with Tastefully Simple Inc., a national direct sales company featuring about 60 foods. As an independent business owner, Wyatt offers food samples at home taste-testing parties, along with easy ideas for everyday meals, recipes, and serving suggestions. For more information about Tastefully Simple products, taste-testing parties or starting your own Tastefully Simple business, contact Wyatt at suzette.wyatt@comcast.net.

Shellback Artworks Welcomed by Chamber of Commerce WELLS – The Wells Chamber of Commerce and Wells town officials recently welcomed a new business, Shellback Artworks, and owners Steve and Denise Lavigne at a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new store at 1509 Post Road, Route 1, in Wells. The store is open Wednesday through Friday noon to 5 p.m. and Saturday, noon to 4 p.m., offering comics, art supplies, collectibles, comic art classes and a comic illustration gallery. (courtesy photo)

Swamp Dog Woodworkers Joins Wells Chamber of Commerce WELLS – The Wells Chamber of Commerce and Wells town officials welcomed new business Swamp Dog’s Woodworkers and owner Robin Estes at a ribbon cutting ceremony at her new store at 953 Post Road, Route 1, in Wells. The store is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. The business offer hand-

crafted benches, dry sinks, toy boxes, bookcases, jelly cabinets

and planters. Custom orders are accepted. (courtesy photo)


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~ News ~

Historic Church Plans 175th Anniversary Art Auction

KENNEBUNKPORT – Historic South Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, overlooking the Kennebunk River in Kennebunkport, continues to celebrate its longtime community involvement with a 175th Anniversary art auction planned for Sunday, Sept. 8, at the church’s Community House at 8 Temple St. Nearly 30 local artists have accepted an invitation to submit a new watercolor, oil, pastel, acrylic, mixed media or sculpture for the auction, with each work depicting either South Church, its Community House or North Street parsonage, or a view of the Kennebunk River to or from the South Church River Green.

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Rt. Rev. Gary Lillibridge Bishop, Diocese of West Texas (San Antonio)

Eucharistic Minister and Layreader Terry Trimble

FINAL SUMMER WORSHIP AT ST PETERS CHURCH UNTIL NEXT SUMMER 2014

Everyone is Welcome Here!

SACO – In conjunction with the John Haley and the Civil War exhibits which began in May at the Saco Museum, programs of-

‘Three Dories,’ a work by artist Lynne Carr (courtesy photo)

The public and church members may preview the works of art at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Community House. The

auction will begin at 3 p.m. that day. There will be no admission fee. The artists and South Congregational Church will share the proceeds of the auction. Artists Anne Allaire, Paul Bonneau, Lynne Carr, Kate Cheney Chappell, Gil Page and Frank Handlen are among those participating in the anniversary event.

Religious News Ogunquit Baptist Shore Road Summer Series

Will present Trio Norica featuring Jodi Hagen, violin; Steve Laven, cello, and Susan Hagen, double bass, with Encore, Maine’s awardwinning youth vocal ensemble, at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7, at Ogunquit Baptist Church, 157 Shore Road, Ogunquit. See website: http://www.ogunquitbaptistchurch.org. Free parking. Freewill offering. There will also be a concert on September 15 at 7pm by the local youth singing group, “Encore” who has performed in many local venues to great acclamation. The group is comprised of teacher and musician Bailey Johnson and ninth-graders Anna Coffin, Seana Grealey, Bella White and Richard Patnaude.

Second Christian Congregational Kittery Coffee House

Shore Road, Cape Neddick, ME (207) 361-2030 www.St-Peters-by-the-Sea.org

Civil War Exhibit Offers Talks and Tour

An evening of live acoustic music and refreshments will be offered on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at 33 Government St.

in Kittery. The suggested donations of $5 will benefit the Second Christian Congregational Church in thanks and support for their dedication to helping others in need. Food donations may also be given at any Coffee House event throughout the year for the “End 68 Hours of Hunger” program. Guests include Cedar Mountain Bluegrass, Cowboy Mike, Dixie Grass, Gibson Girls and more. FMI: 207-439-3903. If you are a musician or group and would like to play center stage, call 207-4386087 or 603-842-3818 or email shadesofgrass@hotmail.com. Any type (Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Rock, etc.) of acoustic music is welcome.

Union Congregational A Night Of Great Music

On Friday, Sept.13, at 6 p.m., Union Congregational Church, located at 18 Church St, York Beach, will be the venue for a Bluegrass Concer t featuring the local Route One Bluegrass group and the widely acclaimed Drowned Valley Bluegrass band. Admission is $10 at the door

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fering a gallery talk and a walking tour are slated for Sept. 13 and Sept. 23 respectively. Join exhibition curator and Collections and Research Manager Camille Smalley for a gallery talk about John Haley’s Civil War on Friday, Sept. 13 at 6 p.m. at the Saco Museum. Smalley will discuss the exhibition as well as John Haley’s life after the Civil War, including his tenure as the Dyer Library’s second librarian at the 308 Main Street location as well as Haley’s instrumental role in developing the Civil War monument located in Saco’s Eastman Park (inter-

section of Beach, North, and Main Streets). On Sunday, Sept. 23, a walking tour of John Haley’s 19th Century Saco will start at 1:30 p.m. at the Saco Museum. After returning home from his service in the Civil War in 1865, John Haley resumed life as a civilian. He took long walks around Saco and kept a notebook documenting what Saco looked like and the kinds of people that occupied various historic buildings. Smalley will lead the tour to Rapid Rays, across

with all proceeds benefiting the church’s Furnace Fund that will help replace their failed heating system. All are invited to this toe-tapping evening of bluegrass tunes. Also please note: The church’s Sunday worship services will commence at 10 a.m. effective September 8.

tional Church of York

Messiah Christian 33Miles Band Concert

Messiah Christian Church, 2700 Post Road, Wells, will present the nationally known 33Miles Band in concert on Saturday, Sept. 14, at 6 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. This contemporary Christian band is known for its country music. The band has received multiple GMA Dove Award nominations, including one for “New Artist of the Year” for a self-titled debut. FMI: visit www.33milesonline. com. To purchase tickets or gain more information, call the church office at 207-985-9287.

York-Ogunquit United Sunday School Begins

Sunday School at York-Ogunquit Church begins on Sunday, Sept. 8 with its annual Rally Day celebration. Registration and a kick-off pancake breakfast will begin at 9:15 a.m. Classes will be available beginning with age 4. The celebration will continue with Morning Worship, which will begin at 10:30 a.m. FMI: youmc.org or 207-363-2749.

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Begins on September 8 and continues weekly. Children and their families are invited to worship at 9:30. After the Children’s Message, children will proceed to Church School on the lower level of Fellowship Hall. K-Club, a Youth Group for 5th and 6th graders will meet in Fellowship Hall on the second Thursday of each month from 2:15 to 3:30 beginning on September 12. Mentors from the 7th and 8th grades will join them. Transportation from school is available. The Middle School Youth Group for 7th and 8th graders will meet in Fellowship Hall on the third Sunday of each month, from 5:30 to 7, beginning September 15. The Senior High Youth Group will meet twice a month— the first and third Sunday of the month, from 5:30 to 7, beginning in October. On the first Sunday of the month, the group will meet in Fellowship Hall and on the third Sunday of the month, there will be an outing. On Sunday, September 22, members of the Middle and Senior High Youth Groups will embark on a “Where’s Waldo?” adventure. The first clue: gather at Church for a trip to a “port city.” Check the website www. firstparishyork.org for additional instructions. Youth Choir begins on September 12, from 3:30 to 4:30, in Fellowship Hall, meeting each Thursday thereafter. Contact Linda Dunn at 207-363-6053 or prplmama@hotmail.com for more information or to register your children.

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~ Pets ~ Safe Haven Humane Society WELLS – We work so hard to provide quality care for homeless felines. Your donations and contributions are what keep us going. We are currently under the gun to raise funds for our next location as our building is for sale and we may have to move. One look around at how we have succeeded at creating a wonderful adoption center makes us so concerned to think this may end. Our kitties watch from the windows as cars pass our building with the For Sale sign out front and they of course don’t know what’s happening but we sure do. It’s an anxious time for us and we are feeling very concerned about our future. Please donate toward our capital fund so our lifesaving work can continue without interruption. Please go to our site and check out our video and tell your friends to do the same. Adoptions continue and we have many kitties in need of great homes. Rarely do any of our kitties return to us because we screen carefully and do home visits and delivery. However, two of our kitties did just returned to us. Paige, a beautiful short hair grey and white mother cat and her kitten, Grey Wind, are again available for adoption. If you love

Thrift Shop Our thrift shop always welcomes quality and useful donations. We also are accepting seasonal clothing and fashion accessories. Please drop off during business hours Tues-Sat. 11-4.

Russian Blues, Grey Wind looks very much the part. They were adopted by a family who found that their elderly father couldn’t handle navigating around them. These kitties are so beautiful and sweet and Grey Wind just wants to play and have a good time. He loves his toys and can’t wait until he and his momma can be in a family that enjoys the silly antics in which happy healthy kitties engage. Adoption fee is waived for the mother cat when a person adopts both mom and kitten so please call and make arrangements to come down to see them. (courtesy photo) Yard Sale Sept. 21-22 Donations welcome for our autumn yard sale. The proceeds

Animal Welfare Society KENNEBUNK – Be an AWS Hero Hero Tours is a program designed to acknowledge children who make remarkable contributions to AWS. When a child donor visits or contacts the shelter to make a donation, they are given the opportunity to schedule a Hero Tour at the shelter which includes a full behind-the-scenes tour of the facility as well as a Certificate of Appreciation and the option of having their picture taken which may be used on the web site or in a press release. Willy Meet Willy, a 7-year old Rat Terrier. Willy is most definitely a happy-go-lucky dog. His favorite activity is simply being with his people, whether it be for walks,

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of each yard sale helps us afford the medical care for the more than 100 cats in our care. Donations can be dropped off during business hours 11-4 or if bagged to be protected from weather can be left on our ramp after business hours.

runs, playtime, or relaxing. He’ll even jump up to greet his people as they come to see him. Sure, he enjoys stuffed animals and squeaky toys as well, but there’s nothing quite like being able to go for a long walk with his people and then snuggling with them at home afterwards. Willy also quite the big brain for such a tiny dog. He’s already mastered several commands and has even had some formal obedience training. Willy would be happy to share a new home with some other dogs, dog savvy cats, and gentle children of all ages. This little bundle of joy would make a welcome addition to practically any home

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Mischief When you first meet Mischief, you’ll notice he has a little bit of a hole in his upper lip. No, he wasn’t in a fight and no, it’s not some terrible disease. This friendly 4-year old simply had an ulcer that needed to be removed. He is perfectly healthy and fine now, and the hole is merely an aesthetic quality that gives him a unique look. Mischief, contrary to his name, is actually quite the friendly and social fellow. He likes getting attention from visitors, but he’s not desperate for it. If he’s sleeping or relaxed he won’t bolt up to get attention, but if you go to pet him he’ll gladly roll about and take in

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Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK – Meet Rosie… Rosie is a one-year-old hound who was recently rescued from a very high kill shelter in North Carolina. Rosie was a family pet but for a variety of reasons (nothing to do with Rosie) her family made the difficult decision to give up their wonderful, gentle, loving sweet baby. Rosie is already spayed, her vaccinations are current and she really wants to be a family dog with all the love and trust that goes with that position. Rosie is super with children of all age groups, will do well with non aggressive cats and dogs. Rosie is an all around good family dog. Rosie is a hound so a fence is a must-it can be a regular fenced yard or an invisible fenced yard, because a hound is a hound and will follow their nose. If you are the family or single that would like to make Rosie a member of the family to love and hold for her life time, please make arrangements to stop by the adoption center @ 37 Market Street to complete an application for gentle sweethearted, Rosie. In addition to our featured pet of the week, Rosie, ACAR has a large selection of kittens that are ready for new families and an equally large selection of very young kittens that will be available in the coming weeks, a good group of young adult cats, a good group of adult cats and a growing number of older cats also looking to you for new everything he can get. Mischief would make a great addition to practically any home and his unique look will make for quite the conversation starter.

loving families. Please take the time to stop by the adoption center to meet and greet our many homeless furry little clients. Rabies Clinic Sunday, October 6 from 9 a.m. to Noon at the North Berwick Community Center on Lebanon Road in North Berwick. The cost is $10 per vaccination. Please… all cats must be in crates and all dogs must be on leashes. All towns and states are welcom.! Please Help: Cat Food Needed! We are spending a fortune on can cat/kitten food, dry cat/ kitten food and Cedarific cat litter just to take care of the basic day to day needs. We are looking to the public to help us by dropping off these very basic items so we may continue to meet our mission. We have a drop box at the Hannaford’s in Wells or at Another Chance (37 Market Street, North Berwick) MondaySaturday. Any and all help is truly appreciated.

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18th Annual Newfie Fun Days Benefiting the Newfoundland Dog Breed September 21st September 22nd 9:30-4:00 Piscataqua Boat Basin Rt.103, Eliot, ME Water Rescue Work Demo • Holistic Veterinary Seminar Animal Communicator • Veterinary Chiropractic Seminar Animal Aromatherapy • Carting Demo • CGC Testing Rally-O Demo • Newfoundland Rescue Seminar Nosework Seminar & Demo • Brown Bag Raffle Many Vendors • Food Pavillion • And much more!

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York High School Games Cancelled Due to Eastern Equine Encephalitis YORK – Mosquitoes trapped and tested in York have recently tested positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). The disease has been discovered in many towns throughout New England this summer. However, no human cases of EEE have been reported in York as of yet.

The positive test resulted from trapped mosquitoes in the area of Bog Road, but may be in other areas of York as well. The tested mosquitoes were not the type that bite humans, nevertheless they can pass it on to humanbiting mosquitoes via birds. The town has sprayed all school and municipal athletic

fields, but to further minimize the probability of mosquito bites York High School will be suspending home night games until October 1. An adjusted soccer and football schedule will be forth coming. These precautions are necessary until the first hard frost which for coastal York averages October 1.

Kittery Recreation Announces Registrations KITTERY – The Kittery Recreation Department would like to announce that we are now taking registrations for the following adult activities. All registrations must be done at the Recreation Center-120 Rogers Rd., or online at http://activenet13. active.com/kitteryrec/ as we no longer accept phone registrations. A few of our classes are listed below. For more information, visit www.kitterycommunitycenter.org. Hatha Yoga with Sara Bigelson In this multi-level class we will be experiencing classic poses

taught in the traditional manner. If you have never participated in yoga before or if you have been practicing for a long time, this is the class for you! Please bring a yoga mat and do not eat a big meal for at least one hour before class. Ages 18+, Thursdays 6:307:30 p.m. Sept. 12 -Oct. 17, Nov. 7 - Dec. 19, and January 16 - February 20. Fee: $50 Resident, $55 Non-resident. Low-Impact Aerobic Class with Aneliya Georgieva Suitable for all levels, low impact aerobics offers the opportunity to get your cardiovascular exercise while using a lower intensity level. Boost your mood,

burn fat, get stronger and improve your stamina and health while having fun with many different moves and exercises. Ages 18+, Tuesdays 7-8 a.m., Sept. 10 - Oct. 15, Nov. 5 - Dec. 10, and January 7 - February 11. Also Thursdays 8-9 a.m., Sept. 12 Oct. 17, Nov. 7 - Dec. 19, January 9 - February 13. Cost: Resident $50, Non-resident $55. Cardio Interval with Josh Saklad Do you want to be continually moving for a 30 minute class that won’t only challenge you physically but mentally? Then join instructor Joshua Saklad in this exciting class and burn calo-

Golf to Support the York High School Athletic Hall of Fame CAPE NEDDICK – Help support the York High School Athletic Hall of Fame by enjoying a round of golf at Cape Neddick Country Club in Cape Neddick, Maine. Gather your team for a fun, four-person scramble on Saturday, Sept. 21 (rain date Sept. 22) with a 9:30 a.m. shotgun start. The tournament fee is $100 per person which includes 18 holes of golf, prizes, cart and a BBQ luncheon following the round. Prizes will be awarded to first, second and third place teams while individual contests include longest drive, closest to the pin, and straight drive for both men and women. In addition, a raffle with generous offers from contributing local businesses will provide more

opportunities. Sign up is open through September 13 while space permits. To register, call 207-3631040 or mail a roster and check (payable to YHSAHOF) to Robin Cogger, York Parks & Recreation Department, 186 York Street, York, ME 03909. The YHS Athletic Hall of Fame committee is seeking to raise awareness and necessary funding to continue recognizing outstanding athletic accomplishments by YHS athletes, coaches, administrators, and special contributors. For more information about the York High School Athletic Hall of Fame, visit www.yorkhsmainehof.org or call Ted Welch, YHS Athletic Director at 207-363-3621.

ries like never before! Ages 16+, Saturdays 8-8:45 a.m., Sept. 14 Oct. 19, and Nov. 2 - Dec. 14. Cost: Resident $50, Non-resident $55. Zumba with Nina El Badry Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats.

There’s no other fitness class like a Zumba Fitness Party! It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating! Ages 18+, Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 p.m., Sept. 11 - Oct. 16, Nov. 6 - Dec. 11, and January 8 February 12. Cost: Resident $50, Non-resident $55.

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50. Point midway between S& E 52. Apportions cards 53. Ruled by an abbess 55. Expressed pleasure 57. Bleated 58. Storage buildings 60. Stored in the gallbladder 63. Reciprocal of a sine 64. Point midway between S & SE 65. 8th Month (abbr.) 66. They __ 67. Dental group 68. Conducted

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37. First St. Louis bridge 41. No variation 42. 1/1000 of an ampere 43. Palladium 44. Cain and __ 45. Small stone coffin-like box 46. Failed 2012 candidate 49. Point midway between E and SE 51. Turns into noun 52. Temper or anger 54. Atomic #56 56. Negligible amounts 59. Wuthering Heights author’s initials 60. The cry made by sheep 61. Exclamation of surprise 62. Basics 65. Wife of Mohammed

67. Wing-like structures 69. Smaller amount 70. Lesion 71. Transfer property 72. Indian groom 73. Round stone 74. Sums up CLUES DOWN 1. Challenges 2. Hedge 3. Lease 4. Before 5. Singer Stewart 6. Islamic prince 7. African shirt 8. Unusually (Scot.) 9. Twelve 10. Tooth caregiver

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~ News from Around the State ~ WCSH6-TV’s “207” To Feature Maine Author Offering Solutions To Bullying Epidemic MAINE – Award-winning Maine author Katherine Mayfield will appear on “207” to discuss solutions to the bullying epidemic with host Kathleen Shannon on Friday, September 6 at 7pm. Mayfield is the author of a new book, ‘Bullied: Why You Feel Bad Inside and What to Do About It,’ which is a guide to recovery for teens and adults who have been bullied or abused. “Tremendous efforts have been made to end the bullying epidemic, but they’re only partially successful,” Mayfield states. “What’s missing is an understanding of emotional intelligence—the emotions that

drive bullies to bully, and bullying victims to commit suicide. We need to teach kids how to manage their feelings and express them in healthy ways so they don’t feel compelled to bully other kids, or to take their lives in response to bullying.” Bullied teaches teens and adults the skills and tools of emotional intelligence, and includes a simple four-step plan that readers can use to manage their feelings and express them in a healthy way; tips for coping with bullies; hotlines and advice for teens who are considering suicide; suggestions for raising self-esteem; quotes from famous people; and interviews

with psychologists and adults who were bullied in childhood and took steps to recover from the trauma. Michelle Baker, Director of Education of Blaze My Trail Youth Programs, writes in the Foreword to ‘Bullied,’ “I dearly wish this book had been available to me, my family, and my school when I was growing up.” ‘Bullied’ is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, and can be purchased through Maine Authors Publishing (www.MaineAuthorsPublishing.com). Signed copies of the book are available through the author’s website, www.katherine-mayfield.com.

Bug Maine-ia Infests Maine State Museum AUGUSTA – Bug Maine-ia, Maine’s largest natural science education event, buzzes around the Maine State Museum in Augusta this year on Wednesday, September 11 with eighteen exhibitors providing hands-on displays, fascinating discoveries, and fun for visitors of all ages. The event begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. “We look forward to Bug Maine-ia all year long,” comments Maine State Museum Chief Educator Joanna Torow. “It is truly a wonderful event, especially for teachers, parents, and students, who can get some great up-close experiences with

Liquor Revenue Bond Sold, Hospitals to be Paid Within Weeks AUGUSTA – The State of Maine’s liquor revenue bond has been sold. The revenue bond, part of Governor LePage’s plan for a new wholesale liquor contract, will be used to repay $183.5 million in welfare debt the state owes to Maine hospitals. This payment will trigger a federal match of $305 million.

“With the sale of the liquor revenue bond, Maine hospitals are now just weeks away from being repaid the more than $484 million in welfare debt owed to them,” said Governor Paul R. LePage. “This is good news for these employers and their local communities.” The full payment is expected to be paid during the

month of September. Meanwhile, the $220 million liquor operation revenue bond received an “all-in rate,” or total interest cost, of just 3.79 percent. “High demand from investors helped drive the interest rate down,” said Mike Goodwin, executive director of the Maine Municipal Bond Bank.

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the fascinating world of insects and learn all about the wideranging effects of these tiny creatures on our lives. Bug Maine-ia’s exhibitors come from throughout the state and include Tony Sohns and his Bug Zoo, Maine Entomological Society, Maine State Beekeepers Association, University of Maine, Maine Department of Agriculture, Maine Agriculture in the Classroom, Maine Forest Service, Hudson Museum, Maine State Museum, University of Maine Cooperative Extension, Friends of Dr. Edith Marion Patch, as well as artists, entomologists, and a master Maine fishing guide. Admission to the museum is free of charge all day. The Maine State Museum is located at 230 State Street in Augusta, adjacent to the Maine State House. outlook from the rating agencies. The Maine Municipal Bond Bank is scheduled to settle the bond sale on September 5, 2013.

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, I don’t understand about Carbonite back up? I have a external hard drive backing up once a week.& the old hard drive out of my old computer, & pictures backed up on cds? Why would I need anything else? Ronald Dear Ronald, First, I am so happy to hear that you are backing up onto your external hard drive, and putting your pictures on CDs! I wish more people would do this. For the most part, online backup services like Carbonite and Mozy do the same thing as your external hard drive and CDs, but there are a couple of important differences. 1. Online backup services store your files securely on their servers. This means that in the event of a disaster like flood,

fire or theft, even though your computer, CDs and hard drives might be destroyed or stolen, your data is still available from the online backup service. All you need is your username and password. 2. Online backup services run automatically. This means that you don’t have to remember to plug in your external hard drive and start the backup program, or remember to create CDs of your photos. The online backup software remembers and automatically backs up your files for you. I always tell my clients that they should have their important data in at least three different locations. First on their hard drive, second on a local backup device like an external hard drive or file server, and thirdly in an offsite location. I have not seen anyone lose their important information if they follow this backup strat-

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egy. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I try to keep my deleted items to a minimum by permanently deleting them on a regular basis. But have totally forgotten about all the SENT emails. Should I go through & highlight them all to delete? Thanks for all your help over the years! Faye Dear Faye, You can delete or save as many sent items as you want. The Sent Items folder does not tend to get as large as the Deleted folder. If you have important messages that you have sent and want to save as a reference, you can either leave them in your sent items folder, or move them to another folder. If you are a person who sends lots of messages, or forwards a lot of messages, then you should probably clean out the sent items on a regular basis. If

you don’t send a lot of messages, just check every few months or so to see if there is anything you want to get rid of. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Somehow I get extra toolbars across the top of my page and would like to get rid of them. But I can’t figure out how to do it. Help, please, Janice Dear Janice, I have been fixing a lot of computers lately that have multiple toolbars and coupon programs installed. These toolbars and programs usually slow your computer down, display unwanted advertisements, and sometimes make it impossible to navigate on the internet. Getting rid of them is sometimes easy, and sometimes very difficult. First, you can go to the control Panel, click on “Uninstall A Program” and try to find the toolbar in the list of programs. Some toolbars are listed

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here, and you can simply click on them, then click “Uninstall” in the toolbar. Other toolbars are hidden and more difficult to remove, and require quite a bit of searching on your computer. If you cannot find the toolbar you want to remove in the Control Panel, I would suggest you bring your computer to a local repair shop and have them clean the computer up. This is something that I do for my customers all the time. Elizabeth Computer term of the week: Print Screen Key The print screen key is usually located in the upper-right section of your keyboard, and might be abbreviated, PrtScr. The Print Screen key works in all versions of Windows, and even in DOS (the Microsoft operating system before Windows). In DOS, pressing the print screen key causes the computer to print a picture of your screen. In most versions of Windows, pressing the print screen key causes the computer to take a picture of your screen and store it on the clipboard. You can then paste it into any graphics program. Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions.


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Main Street, and back to the Soldier Monument at Eastman Park, using Haley’s very detailed and sometimes critical notes. The Dyer Library and Saco Museum is located at 371 Main Street (Route 1) in Saco. The is free parking and it is handicapped accessible. For more information, call 207-283-3861 visit www.dyerlibrarysacomuseum.org.

drinks, instead choosing water or low-fat milk. “The focus should be on health, not weight,” cautions Dr. Rogers. “As a society, and particularly our children, we’re exposed to messages about body shape and size. We want them to think in terms of healthy habits, not their weight or shape.” Some of Dr. Roger’s favorite tips to encourage healthy habits: Avoid using sugary snacks as a reward or motivation; Leave a bowl of fresh fruit on the counter for kids to grab as they head out the door; Let your kids choose which fruits and vegetables you’ll have for dinner; Make you healthy snacks fun, such

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as kabobs with grapes, melons, cheese cubes, and berries; Blend frozen fruit and yogurt for a delicious and refreshing smoothie; Let kids make their own Trail Mix – provide bags of granola, dried fruit, and nuts; Spend time together outside after dinner. Play tag, toss a ball, or take the family dog for a walk around the block; and Incorporate a weekly family night and replace television with a board game. While 5-2-1-0 focuses on kids, experts are seeing the benefits spill over into other members of the family. “The great thing about teaching kids about being healthy is that they’ll often encourage their parents to do the same,” says Dr. Rogers. For more on Let’s Go! and 5-2-1-0, visit www.letsgo.org.

...AWS from page 29 bits, is a little hesitant upon meeting new people. He will accept attention, but he might scamper a little before he calms down. Jiro is very friendly though and would love to share a new home with children. Like many rabbit, Jiro would be ecstatic to live in a new home with a habitat filled with toys, treats, grass, and all the other things rabbits love. Jiro would make a welcome addition to just about any home. Calendar of Events September 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 our 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 10am and the walk begins at 11am. September 13-15: 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 on Thursdays: 5-7pm, Fridays: 9am7pm, Saturdays: Noon-5pm, and Sundays: Noon-5pm.

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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

Ask For Bob

Over 25 Years Experience Free Honest Estimates

207-249-8786

CALL: Brian Bourque Kittery Point, ME

207-439-0747


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SUMMER PROJECTS!

Remodeling  Bath  Siding New Additions  Kitchen  Decks All Types Of Flooring. FREE ESTIMATES! NEW! Now installing electric heated bathroom floors. Fully Insured Jack Fortier (207) 384-2604  Cell: (207) 252-0976

MERRILL HOME IMPROVEMENT Eliot, Maine

Siding - Windows - Doors - Decks Kitchens - Baths - Alum. Trim Work Seamless Gutters - All Types Roofing Fully Insured / ME & NH / Free Estimates

Fred Merrill Sr. 207-703-0050 Cell 603-765-1855

DRAKE’S ISLAND

CONSTRUCTION Handyman Services Available Homes • Additions • Remodeling • Garages Decks • Roofs • Painting (Interior/Exterior) Siding • Windows • Kitchen & Baths Free Estimates - Fully Insured - References Over 30 Years in Business - No Job Too Small

Lance Tufts Email drakes@maine.rr.com

207-646-3369 • 207-985-9165

Charles Schmigle Carpentry LLC Specializing in Renovations, Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Gazebos and Decks • • • Over 35 Years Experience No Job Too Small Free Estimates, References • • •

AGAMENTICUS HOME REPAIR

J.R. Carpentry Fully Insured

TODD FREDERICK OWNER (Fully Insured)

• Snow Plowing • Handyman • Carpentry • Painting • Decks

Free Estimates

Jim & Jesse Rutherford

A father/son team with 40+ years of experience and a reputation for quality service!

207-251-3718

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

207-363-6591 rootman@earthlink.net

York, ME

LEFEBVRE’S

REMODELING

207•698•7232

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

207-646-1567

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

(207) 363-5831

207-363-5793 Member of the York Chamber of Commerce

R.Moulton Builder

• • • • •

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

HANDYMAN SERVICES

kschmigle76@gmail.com

Insured Master Plumber Master Gas Technician

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

Mainely Odds-N-Ends

No Job Too Small Reasonable Rates Fully Insured

plumbing

dougbrownplumbing.com 207-646-0629

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

207-251-4243

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

Kitchen/Bath Remodels New Construction Heating Systems On Demand Hot Water Plumbing Service & Repairs

“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

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

C

L ANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTIO Y D N A

Hardscaping Walkways Patios Stonewalls Retaining Walls Granite Steps/Terraces

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

MAINE

207-451-5007

Dan Cason Cell: (207) 651-8580 Tel/Fax: (207) 676-9840

Rickers Mulch & More Mulch (3 colors) Sand & Stone ~ Compost

S. BERWICK

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

Residential & Commercial Property Maintenance

HARDSCAPES

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

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!

Dan Lemieux Owner

B.S. Degree in Landscape Horticulture

“Landscaping for function, purpose, harmony with nature, low maintenance (207) 604-4280 and beauty.” Arundel ME,04046 Lawn Mowing Landscape Design / Installation • Pruning• Terraces • Walkways Patios • Fire Pits • Stonewalls • Gardening / Maintenance / Planting


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eleCtRiC

1 MAN, 1 TRUCK, GREAT PRICE

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR

SCOTT MACE OWNER

Buyer of Standing Timber Lots Cleared • Bucket Truck Tree Removal Firewood • Chipping Fully Insured • FREE Estimates

Selective Cutting Lot clearing Chipping ~ Firewood

LICENSED & INSURED

SMR

J.W. Ballard Tree Service

Tregg Cliche Tree & Lot Clearing

Southern Maine Residential

Fully Insured • Free Estimates

207-439-5344

(207) 590-9275

ALL CALLS RETURNED

ComputeR SeRviCeS Sales, Service and Installation Dealer

STAR TEK Computer Services

Standby and Portable Generator Packages

Virus Removal, Repairs Upgrades, Networking & New Systems in Home or Office

Call Today for a Free Estimate!

Call or email Jeannine at leblancjm@startekpc.com

Rousseau Electric

1-603-817-6025

SANBORN’S

TIMBER & WOODLAND MANAGEMENT Route 236, Eliot, ME / 40 Years Experience

207-439-5974 OR 207-930-9535 MAKE YOUR WOOD LOT LOOK LIKE A PARK!

207-251-2235

207-676-0901 RousseauElectric.com

• Trucking • Drive Ways • Any Size Job

• Clean Jobs Selective Cutting • Land Clearing • Excavation Work

CHimney SeRviCeS

Licensed / Insured • Dependable • Affordable • Professional • Free Estimates Serving York County

LLC

exCAvAting 207-985-3477 Cell 207-205-1273

Roofing

Swept, Lined, Repaired, Professionally, Guaranteed No Mess Fire Safety Means Peace of Mind

Ruck Roofing

Asphalt, Rubber, Wood Roofs Roof Cleaning Residential & Commercial Free Estimates, Fully Insured, Work.Comp. Serving the Seacoast one job at a time! Visit www.ruckroofing.com Email ruckroofing@yahoo.com

Roofing

Call Bill @ 207-632-3742

Seacoast Tree Workss Excavation, LLC

Ponds • Trenches • Water & Power Lines Foundations • Chain Saw Work • Lot Clearing Brush & Wood Chipping • Trucking ll • P ti Snow Plowing • Roof Shoveling • Retaining W Walls Patios

Residential/Commercial Asphalt Shingles Free s Metal Roofing Estimate Single Ply Rubber

207-252-2016 BEDARD’S

Fully Insured Service Through York County

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Asphalt Rubber Metal Roofing

ROOFING & CONSTRUCTION

1-800-ROOF-994

Highly recommended by previous customers!

ROOF SPECIALIST SINCE 1949

Summer Specials!

Power Washing & Window Cleaning LLC

Now featuring Soft Wash Systems - Safe for Roofs, Wood, and Vinyl Siding

No Pressure Means No Problems! Contact Brian at:

207-604-6783 or bcollins9@maine.rr.com www.brianspowerwashing.com Free Estimates

Fully Insured

Serving Southern Maine Free Estimates / Licensed & Insured

207-615-7414

DaveBennett19@gmail.com We’ll go out on the limb for you!

Hunter’s Tree Service LLC

STUMP GRINDING Cheapest Rates Around! Insured, Free Estimates seacoaststump@gmail.com

1-603-970-1499

SeAlCoAting

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

207-967-1393

220 Meeting House Road, Wells, ME

J.R.’s Small Engine Repair & Sales

brian kelley

excavating Septic eptic Systems Drainage Ponds Driveways Roads Lot Clearing Stump Removal

Sea & Retaining Walls Granite Steps & Posts Fine Stone Work Patios

35 YEARS EXPERIENCE

AFFORDABLE RATES

207-837-5027 York Beach, ME

Bobcat Brown

Aspergillis and Stachybotrys (often called toxic black mold) produce mycotoxins which are some of the most toxic substances in existence.

We remove mold and dirt! Free Estimates

207-337-3586

“You Break It, We Fix It”

Rototilling • Field Mowing Bush Hogging USED LAWN MOWERS & LAWN TRACTORS

Small Engine Repair RedMax Power Equipment 207-361-1139

Wells, Maine Mobile (207) 467-0606 Mobile (207) 467-0266

ConStRuCtion

NEW ENGLAND POWER WASH +

261 Burnt Mill Rd, Wells, ME 04090

207-646-2638 • Cell 251-3629

Cape Neddick, ME

Driveway grooming, culvert drainage, backhoe work, fill leveling, septics, foundations, lawn mowing, mulching, stump removal.

poWeR WASHing

s ’ n a i Br

Match Any Competitor’s Price!

SmAll engine RepAiR

Call for a free estimate Carl Brown, Jr. Jeff Brown

CALL FOR DETAILS

Certified Tree Care C

(trimming, removal, emergency service, etc) ________________________________

207-468-3218

Residential & Light Commercial Work

Brooks Roofing

Quality Materials Superior Workmanship

Bennett’s Tree

___________________________ ___ _

LEE R HANSEN CONSTRUCTION Quality Custom Homes & Remodeling from Design to Finish Additions • Roofing • Windows Siding • Decks • Kitchens • Bath Over 30 Years Experience Fully Insured 80 Cranberry Street, Wells

(207) 646-6562

mASonRy Paul Thurston

Masonry

Chimneys (New or Repaired), New Flashing, Steps, Walkways, Patios, Stonewalls, Foundations, Drainage Work, Sump Pumps, Basement Water Proofing. Fully Insured. Low Rates. Free Estimates.

Call Any Time! 207.985.3577

STEVE ENRIGHT MASONRY Brick, Block or Stone Fireplaces, Chimneys, Chimney Re-lining, Wood Stove Hearths, and Repairs.

(207) 363-6663


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~ Classifieds ~ RentAlS WAnted

mobile HomeS foR SAle

eduCAtionAl

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.

petS foR SAle akc laBrador retrieVer puppies 2 Black males available Ready to go 9/3 ~ $750 South Berwick 207-384-3240

Help WAnted

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

booKKeeping lcB Bookkeeping Lee Bryant QuickBooks ProAdvisor 207-475-5495 To Our Advertisers We are now accepting Credit Cards for payment!

Clinical Director for Assisted Living Facility. We are looking for a Registered Nurse with management/supervisory and long-term care experience to fill this key position in our established retirement community. This person will have: excellent critical thinking and organization skills, knowledge of MDS processes, great communication skills and a positive can-do attitude. Please send your resume to: Mary Ellen Dunham Executive Director mary.dunham@ sentryhillyorkharbor.com or 207-363-4182 fax

STORE CLERK

Help WAnted licensed real estate assistant: Office admin & field work. Organized with a nice personality. Approx 10 hrs/week in office & field hours. $15/hr. Wells ME. You can also have your own listings. Fax resume to 207-676-8547.

With advancement opportunity. Resumes requested. Please apply in person.

REMEMBER THE MAINE GIFT SHOPPE Route 1 North, Wells

646-0406

EOE

Help WAnted

DISHWASHER SERVERS & BUSSERS Needed for Wild Blueberry Restaurant in Ogunquit, ME Call

978-273-4068

Spring Hill JOB OPENINGS FOR THE FALL SEASON:

HeAting High efficiency outdoor wood furnace from Central Boiler burns less wood. 25 Year warranty. Janco Classic Wood Boiler 603-767-3729

Hostess. Dishwashers. Bartenders. Banquet Prep & Serving. Mostly weekend hours. Please apply in person at Spring Hill, 117 Pond Rd, South Berwick

ANNUAL HEATING SERVICE $99

Furnaces, Boilers, Monitor 207-651-6876

plumbing & HeAting Plumbing &  Heating Service

$49/hour

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

Help WAnted

HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE 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

Help WAnted

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!

The Weekly

Sentinel

Local News • Local Sports Local Staff • Independently Owned

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

CDL SCHOOL BUS

DRIVERS

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:

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.

Portsmouth, NH 603-433-1761 www.ridesta.com

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

Equal Opportunity Employer by Choice

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


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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

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

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

pAinting

PAINTING

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

Michael 251-0964 AutoS WAnted Junk/used Vehicles & scrap Metal wanted (207) 363-7492 / (207) 423-0068 Please leave message.

ELIOT AUTOMOTIVE

Buys Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, RVs Campers We’ll beat best offers! www.EliotAutomotive.com

100 Dow Highway, Eliot, ME 03903 Phone: 207-439-0263, Kevin or Gary Email: eliotauto@yahoo.com

~ Classifieds ~ WinteR RentAlS

RentAlS

wells Beach: 3 Bedroom, 2 bath, furnished home. $800/mo. plus utilities. No pets or smoking. Available Oct. thru May. Email HiWind@maine.rr.com or call Laurie (207) 408-5523

wells 2nd Floor small one bedroom with 3/4 bath. One bay in garage available. $650/mo. + utilities. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath condo. Quiet area off Rt 1. $1100/mo. + utilities. 4 Bedroom 1-1/2 bath duplex with washer/dryer hook-up. $1100/mo. + utilities. Garnsey Bros. Rentals (207) 646-8301

ogunQuit center winter condo rental Available Nov. 2, 2013 - May 1, 2014. 3 Bedrooms, fully furnished luxury condo w/ garage. No pets. Non-smoker. Includes: W/D, 50% of cable/phone/internet cost. $1050 plus electric & heating. Security & refs. (207)-216-4781. York 1 BedrooM apt With private bathroom and entrance. Refrigerator, microwave, flat screen cable TV/ DVR, WiFi phone line, outdoor BBQ grill. Electric, heat, and cable included in rent. $700/mo. 207-363-3098 downtown ogunQuit 2 BR apt. for rent Oct 1 - June 1. Fully furnished, w/d, electric, heat, h/w, plowing, cable & WiFi. Very clean. No pets, no smokers. $ 975/mo. Security dep. and references. Call Kris @ 603-831-4056.

WELLS BEACH

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 wells studio apt No smoking. No pets. Lease required. $575/mo. plus heat and utilities. 207-363-7655

muSiC SeRviCeS custoMiZed guitar lessons All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252

tRAnSpoRtAtion

1, 3 & 4 BR Rentals Available October 14, 1013 to May 14, 2014 No Pets / No Smoking 207-351-6797

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

WELLS BEACH

eQueStRiAn SeRviCeS

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

horseBack riding lessons: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970

RentAlS

RentAlS

Pre-Leasing is underway for

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

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

CASH FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK

www.century21barbarapatterson.com

peRSonAl ASSiStAnCe 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

vACAtion RentAl

affordaBle storage Rentals $30 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404

Vacation rental Berkshire (Hancock, MA) 1 BR Condo, sleeps 4 October 5 - October 12. 2013 Across from Jiminy Peak. $700 207-752-1815

Atlantic Self Storage

StoRAge RentAlS

24 Hour Access Climate & Regular Units Moving Supplies • Penske Trucks

INDOOR/OUTDOOR

10x20 / 10x25 / 10x30 Units (must pay all in advance plus security deposit to receive this special, climate units not included)

________________________

207-363-3311

207-363-2483, or email hoaty@starkeyford.com

York, Maine

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

Scotland Bridge Road

*Payment in full, in advance, required to receive this special.

1950 US Route 1 Cape Neddick, ME 03902 (207) 361-1200

Paying up to for the right vehicles!

(207) 985-9305

207-363-0020

Raydon Road

We need late model trucks and autos of any kind.

$50,000

Change of Season Special!

May 1 - November 1 from $299 Snowblowers & Plows Snowmobiles, Skis & Snowboards Inside space from $65 per month

• 24 Hour Access • Month To Month Rental • Residential And Commercial Accounts • Sized from 5’x5’ to 20’x20’

All Makes & Models • Wholesale Buyer

HOATY @ TOLL FREE 1-877-395-FORD,

STORAGE

Pay for 6 Months, Get a 7th for FREE!*

Paid Off or Not Instant Money on the Spot! – DON’T GET RIPPED OFF – CONTACT ME LAST:

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

StoRAge RentAlS

$100 UP TO $100,000 AVAILABLE!

! K O LO

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

978-257-5636

326 US Rt 1, York, ME

AutoS WAnted

96 Portland St. So. Berwick, ME

Housemate wanted in Wells.

• 24 Hour Gated Access • Regular & Climate Controlled units • Security Fencing / Individual unit alarms • Very clean units! *Call for Details

* Use our truck to move in!

www.thestorageprofessionals.com


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~ News & Classifieds ~ Demonstration of Ikenobo Ikebana Senators Encourage Maine Students to Apply for Youth Program Set at Portsmouth Library PORTSMOUTH, NH – An Ikenobo Ikebana demonstration will be held at Portsmouth Public Library on Thursday, Sept.12, at 3:30 p.m. Immediately following the demonstration the accompanying exhibit will be unveiled in the library lobby. The exhibit runs through Sunday, Sept. 14. Ikebana is described as a way to express one’s feelings with each individual flower. Many different Ikebana styles have appeared during the 550 years of Ikebana history. They each have a distinctive character and are arranged with a par-

ticular form or pattern in mind. However, awareness of natural beauty allows the arranger to approach the ideal beauty which Ikebana seeks. The Kittery Point Ikenobo Chapter is sponsoring the event. The Kittery Point Chapter is affiliated with the Ikenobo Ikebana Society of America in San Francisco and Ikenobo Headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. Four members of the Kittery Point Chapter will demonstrate four different Ikebana styles. The exhibit in the library lobby will be of arrangements made by members of the Kittery Point Ikenobo

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) announced recently that it has begun its statewide selection process, and Senators Susan ColChapter. For more information, contact Elaina Hatsis of the Kittery Point Ikenobo Chapter at elainahatsis@comcast.net. The event is free and open to the public. The library is located at 175 Parrott Ave. For directions, contact the library at 603-427-1540 or visit www.cityofportsmouth. com/library.

Make the Most of Road Trips to Enjoy Fall Foliage Jaunts to view fall foliage are popular excursions come autumn. The vivid color on display in forests and parks is simply too much for many motorists to resist. Though nature’s beauty is often on display regardless of geography, some locales tend to boast more beauteous backdrops and picturesque landscapes than others. The key is to visit during peak viewing times. Leaves begin to change earlier in the northernmost latitudes. For example, much of Canada and portions of the northern United States begin to witness changes in foliage in late September, whereas regions further south must wait until October to see those changes. Mid-October is when peak times are most prevalent for the greatest portion of the United States. Travelers in North Dakota and Wyoming can view fall foliage at this time. Autumn coloring persists until late October and early November in certain areas, including the southeastern and central regions of the United States. When planning a road trip to see fall foliage, pay attention to local weather and foliage reports. Remember, road trips are quite popular this time of year, and municipal parks may be quite crowded on the weekends. If you can spare time off during the week, it may work to your advantage to cruise around when traffic is less congested. Bring along maps or a GPS system so that you can travel to multiple areas. Autumn leaves can be enjoyed from a car, but they are equally enjoyable when experienced on a hiking trip. Pack a bagged lunch and picnic in a quiet spot, and you’re bound to spot squirrels and other wildlife gathering up food reserves in preparation for the winter weather. While the foliage is impressive enough on its own, the science behind this awesome display of color is something to behold as well. During the spring and summer, leaves produce most of the food necessary for the tree’s

growth. Cells inside of the leaves contain chlorophyll, which absorbs sunlight, turning it into sugars and starch that the tree uses for food. In addition to green chlorophyll, other pigments specific to the types of trees are present. These pigments are generally masked by the large amount of chlorophyll present during warm weather. When autumn arrives, changes in the duration of sunlight result in the gradual decrease of chlorophyll and the breakdown of residual chlorophyll in the leaves as the trees prepare to stop food

fiReWood / pelletS Moulton’s firewood “Quality & Quantity is our Priority” $200 / cord Green $265 / cord Seasoned Berwick, Maine 207-651-7584 drY firewood $265 Cord Delivered 207-361-1139

Firewood

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

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lins and Angus King encourage Maine high students to apply. The USSYP brings two students from each state, the District of Columbia, and the Department of Defense Education Activity to Washington to experience an intensive week-long educational program about the workings of the Senate and the federal government overall. Maine’s two selected students will join 102 other delegates March 8 through 15, 2014, for the program’s 52nd annual Washington Week. “I have the honor and privilege of being the first delegate to the United States Senate Youth Program elected to the U.S. Senate,” said Sen. Collins. “My commitment to public service was reinforced as a senior in high school when I was chosen as a delegate and traveled to Washington and met Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman in history to serve in both the House and the Senate. I encourage all interested high school students to apply to participate in this worthwhile program.” “The United States Senate Youth Program offers an ex-

traordinary opportunity for two Maine high school students to join their peers from across the country in getting an inside look at public service and how the government works,” Sen. King said. Each of the 104 student delegates will receive a $5,000 undergraduate college scholarship, in addition to the all-expenses paid trip to the nation’s capital. They will meet with legislators, cabinet officers, government leaders and other policy-makers. The USSYP program is fully funded by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. The delegate selection is administered by each state’s chief school officer in cooperation with high school principals. Delegates must be juniors or seniors and elected student officers for the 2013-2014 academic year, and they must reside in the state where they attend school. Eligibility considerations may also be made for student representatives elected or selected (by a panel, commission or board) to district, regional or state-level civic or educational organizations. Names of students selected will be formally announced midDecember. Interested students should contact their high school principal.

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ELIOT --LIFE CAN BE GRAND in this beautiful four bedroom, 3 bath Colonial with office and bonus room over the garage. Home is situated on an acre lot that abuts conservation land. Features master bedroom suite, fireplaced family room, mature landscaped yard. Short walk to school, easy access to I-95 and five minutes to Portsmouth. A MUST SEE! $435,000

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ENJOY 125 FEET OF DIRECT OCEANFRONT PROPERTY IN KITTERY POINT! Breathtaking ocean views from virtually every room. 4 bdrms; fireplaced dining rm w/living area; magnificent sun rm w/floor-to-ceiling glass and cath ceiling; huge deck accessed from either the sun rm or the fam rm; hardwood floors and so much more. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT TO SEE THIS SPECTACULAR HOME TODAY! $1,500,000

WELLS - ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL RENOVATION IN THIS 3/4 BEDROOM HOME LOCATED IN FLINTLOCK VILLAGE! Among the many upgrades are new kitchen with granite counters, new appliances, new baths, carpet, bead board and so much more. Finishing touches needed for the second floor. $239,000

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