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Friday, September 14, 2018

Volume 14 • Issue No. 37

9th Annual York Marketfest Next Saturday YORK The York Village Association, in partnership with the Museums of Old York and the First Parish Church, is pleased to announce the 9th annual York Marketfest. This year the festival will be celebrated on September 22 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. The festivities will be held in quaint York Village on the grounds of the Museums of Old York and the First Parish Church on Route 1A (York Street). York Marketfest is a community-based event which raises

money for local charities. This event is free and open to everyone. Each year dozens of artisans, entertainers, and food providers are at the festival. Attendees can shop for a variety of unique hand-crafted items. There will be painters, jewelers, potters, herb and spice vendors, photographers, and Americana artisans. This year there will also be demonstrations by crafters to help attendees gain insight into a unique aspect of their work. For an up-to-date list of artisans,

demonstrations, food vendors, entertainers, and more information, visit www.marketfestyorkmaine.com. If you are an artisan and wish to participate in the festival, please visit the website and follow the link for “Artisans & Crafters”. If you are a food vendor, please follow the “Food” link. Proceeds from the shops at First Parish Church during the festival, support the church missions and ministries. For details, call 207-363-3758 or email office@firstparishyork.net.

All Aboard the Pumpkin Patch Trolley KENNEBUNKPORT A beloved family tradition now in its 20th year, Pumpkin Patch Trolley will return to the Seashore Trolley Museum for weekends: September 22-23 and September 29-30. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. Guests of all ages will be treated to rides on antique trolleys where they will be delivered

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$2 for youth under 3. All proceeds will benefit the Seashore Trolley Museum. Located at 195 Log Cabin Road in Kennebunkport, Seashore Trolley Museum is the world’s oldest and largest electric railway and transit museum. For more information, visit www.trolleymuseum.org or contact Katie Orlando at 207967-2800 x 101 or director@ neerhs.org.

Peppermint is busy getting the pumpkin patch ready for the 20th Annual Pumpkin Patch Trolley, taking place at the Seashore Trolley Museum on September 22-23 and September 29-30.

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to the museum’s pumpkin patch to select a pumpkin. The patch will also have family games, carnival games, crafts, face painting, and snacks. Back at the museum’s visitor center, families can decorate their pumpkins before heading home. On-site lunch service will feature hot dogs, snacks and juice. Admission is $14 for adults, $12 for adults 60+, $11.50 for youth 6-16, $7 for youth 3-5, and

Hunting Season Resources and Reminders STATEWIDE As hunting season gets underway, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife recommends that hunters take a moment to visit the Department’s website to review Maine state laws and regulations as part of their preparation before heading out to hunt. The website is organized into specific sections by game animal, hunting laws and rules, licenses and permits, season dates and bag limits, legal hunting hours and more. To find the latest information on hunting in Maine visit www.maine.gov/ ifw/hunting-trapping/index. html.

area/permit required). Regular Archery: September 29 - October 26 (statewide). Firearms Bow/arrow, crossbows, firearms, muzzleloaders: Starting October 27 (Maine residents only). October 29 - November 24 (all hunters).

Youth Deer Hunting Day: October 20. Wild Turkey Season Bow/arrow or shotgun: October 1 - November 7 (for Wildlife Management Districts 20-25). Prep Pointers for the Upcoming Hunting Season

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Many seasoned hunters realize hunting season does not begin on “opening day.” Rather, it can take weeks or months to get ready for a successful season. Considering hunting seasons can be brief, preparation helps hunters make the most of their time spent in the field. Purchase your license, tag or stamp. Many wildlife departments require hunters register in advance of the season, and this registration includes securing a hunting license. Because there is a limit to how many animals each hunter can hunt, tags for the animals they’re hunting also will be issued. Hunters planning on going out for the season should See HUNTING page 10...

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KENNEBUNK The Town of Kennebunk has committed to actively address climate disruption in their August Select Board meeting by unanimously agreeing to sign on to the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy to inventory greenhouse gasses; assess where the Town could most effectively begin to cut those emissions; sand take other positive action towards addressing climate change challenges. The Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy (GCoM) is an international alliance of cities and local governments with a shared long-term vision of a world where committed mayors and local governments ~ in alliance with partners ~ accelerate ambitious, measura-

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BERWICK Since colonial settlement 400 years ago the unique environmental gem we know in the Seacoast as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Great Bay Estuaryâ&#x20AC;? has come under increasing developmental pressure. Early on the ships carrying new settlers navigated through the mouth of the Piscataqua River in Portsmouth and landed at all the tidal rivers in the bay. Within

decades commerce, mills, trade, population and agriculture all grew in this pristine area. All have presented various ecological impacts as they waxed and waned over the course of time. The Berwick Historical Society will host a talk with Great Bay-Piscataqua Waterkeeper Melissa Paly at the House of Hope in Berwick on September 19 at 7 p.m. to discuss current

issues and answer questions about the challenges confronting the Great Bay ecosystem. Melissa works for the Conservation Law Foundation with a range of federal, state, regional, municipal and town agencies and departments to advocate for better land use practices, improved water quality, and restoration of the rivers and bays of the Seacoast region of NH and Maine. Melissa holds a Bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s degree in geology

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Historical Society Welcomes Fall with History Walk & Talk WELLS The Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit continues their popular program, History Walk & Talk, through the fall season with walking tours of the places and spot of historic significance with historian and author Joe Hardy. On Saturday, Sept. 15, participants will take a tour of the historic cemeteries of Wells. The programs start 10 a.m. at the Historical Society of Wells & Ogunquit on 938 Post Road (Route One) in Wells. From there, participants will be guided to carpool to several locations. The cost is $5, and is free for members of the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit. Hope M. Shelley, Wells Town Historian, writes, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wells has many cemeteries containing headstones with distinctive decoration depicting the social periods of our 370 plus years of settlement. In the 1920s and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;30s, Judge Lester Bragdon researched and documented many of them by location, family and inscribed notations. By the 1980s the volunteer Cemetery Committee of the Historical Society began to search for those that Judge Bragdon had noted. In the process not only were more cemetery locations found but also more burials were noted. In 1994, through site visits, the measurements of the

cemetery perimeters, conditions of the stones, family names and the GPS coordinates were noted for nearly 1/3 of the two hundred cemetery locations in Wells. In 2013-2014 the Town of Wells embarked on a Cemetery maintenance program in an effort to locate, clean-up, photograph and locate the cemeteries in Town.â&#x20AC;? Joe Hardy is the author of â&#x20AC;&#x153;History of a Maine â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Little Riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;?, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Settlement & Abandonment on Tatnic Hill: An Eclectic History of Wells, Maine, 1600-1900â&#x20AC;?, and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Four American Stories: Emigration and the Lure of the Westâ&#x20AC;?. He has lived for many years on the Hill Road, the old â&#x20AC;&#x153;Way to Wellsâ&#x20AC;? from South Berwick. He also serves as a director on the Board of the Historical Society of Wells & Ogunquit. For more information, email info@wohistory.org or call 207-646-4775.

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~ News ~ Nationally Known Church Organist to Play St. Peter’s CAPE NEDDICK Harold Stover, a well known church organist in the US will serve as a guest organist at the 121-year-old St. Peter’s by the Sea Episcopal, 535 Shore Road in Cape Neddick for the 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Sunday services September 16, 23, and 30. Ian Watson is the music director and choirmaster at St. Peter’s as well as the fulltime organist. Stover is a native of Latrobe, PA, and a graduate of The Julliard School in New York City. He is now retired from full-time

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Saturday, September 15 Art in the Park Come enjoy great food, music and the work of 50 artists at Moulton Park on York Street in York Harbor from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Family Visit Day at White Pine Programs White Pine Programs is once again excited to host visitors during their Family Visit Day at 330 Mountain Road in Cape Neddick, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. RSVP to matte@whitepineprograms.org. FMI: www. whitepineprograms.org.

Bean Supper and Buffet The Trail Blazers Family Club at 102 Bills Lane in Wells is hosting a buffet from 4-6 p.m. Adults $8, Children $4. FMI: 207-337-0663.

Farmer’s Market The Kennebunk Farmers Market is open every Saturday morning through November in the Garden Street parking lot in downtown Kennebunk from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Impressions – Group Exhibit Haley Art Gallery, 178 Haley Rd, Kittery, is showcasing works by Bill Oakes, Tom Glover and Ross Bachelder with a reception from 3 to 6 p.m. The exhibit will remain on view throughout October. The public is invited to attend and meet artists. Gallery hours are: Thursdays – Saturdays 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. FMI: 617-584-2580 or haleygallery@comcast.net.

Red Cross Blood Drive

A fun day of games, crafts, food, vendors and more, sponsored by the Wells Chamber of Commerce. Wells Harbor Park, 331 Harbor Road in Wells from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free parking and admission. FMI: 207-646-2451 or www.wellschamber.org.

The American Red Cross is holding a blood drive, sponsored by Berwick’s Charles S. Hatch Post #79, The American Legion, and Auxiliary Unit #79, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Berwick United Methodist Church, 37 School Street, across from Cumberland Farms. Walk-ins welcome or call 1-800-733-2767 to make an appointment. FMI: www.redcrossblood.org.

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North Berwick Legion Post 87, 21 Maine Street, will he hosting a bean supper from 5-6:30 p.m. Admission is $8.

Two-time Grammy Award winner Rita Coolidge will be performing at Vinegar Hill Music Theater, 53 Old Post Road in Arundel, at 8 p.m. FMI: www.vinegarhillmusictheatre. com.

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David F. Talevi Golf Tournament The annual David F. Talevi Foundation Golf Tournament Best Ball Scramble will be held at the Cape Neddick Country Club, 650 Shore Rd, Cape Neddick. Shot Gun Start at 1 p.m. FMI: Teresa at Sea-Vu Campground 518-796-1991.

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~ Calendar of Events ~ Neddick Beach from 9-10 a.m. Gloves and trash bags will be provided. Parking available across the street from beach entrance.

the Community and Thank You Reception at 5:30 p.m. at the Brick Store Museum Program Center, 4 Dane Street, Kennebunk. FMI: Sarah Stanley at 207-985-8734 or ssstanley@kennebunklandtrust. org.

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The Wells Democratic Town Committee September Meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Wells Public Library in the new annex function room. Program to focus on Immigration Issues. FMI: wellsmainedems@gmail.com.

This month’s meeting welcomes Special Guest Speaker Deborah Proulx an Amedisys Bereavement Counselor at Sentry Hill at York Harbor, 2 Victoria Court, York at 3:30 p.m. FMI: 207-363-5116.

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Monday, September 17 Al Anon Meetings Beginner’s Meeting at 6pm and an Open Discussion Al-Anon Meeting at 7pm. York at the Congregational Church’s function hall, in the downstairs meeting room.180 York street, York.

Sustainable and Healthy Fisheries in the Gulf of Maine Join Dr. Jason Goldstein, Wells Reserve research director, to learn about the impacts of water temperature on lobster reproduction. Free with site admission. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207-646-1555 or wellsreserve.org.

Tuesday, September 18

Russian Orthodox/Traditional Folk Music Concert Featuring the five-part vocal ensemble LYRA from St. Petersburg, Russia, a lively performance interspersed with touches of history, culture and humor will be performed at 7 p.m. at St. George’s Episcopal Church in York. FMI: 207-363-7376, etx. 103 or www. stgeorgesyorkharbor.org.

Wildlife and Birding in the Galapagos Sue Keefer and Steve Norris share their valuable insights and amazing stories from their trip to the Galapagos Islands from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Mather Auditorium at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm in Wells. Free and open to the public.

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Wednesday, September 19 “Classical Gas” Online Auction Ends Now through Wednesday, September 19, Thomaston Place Auction Galleries Auctions presents its latest online only sale, “Classical Gas”, which will offer a diversity of refined and vintage items carefully selected to fuel anyone’s collecting desires. It will be conducted simultaneously on three online auction sites: Thomaston Live, LiveAuctioneers, and Invaluable. FMI: www.thomastonauction.com, www.liveauctioneers.com, www. invaluable.com, 207-354-8141.

Farmers’s Market Stop by the Wells Farmer’s Market at the rear parking lot of Wells Ogunquit Center at Moody (Senior Center). 300 Post Road (Route 1) in Wells every Wednesday from 1:30-5 p.m. through Mid-October.

12-6 p.m. Saint Marthas Church, 3 4 Por tland Rd, Kennebunk. FMI: www.redcrossblood.org or 1-800-RED-CROSS.

The Kennebunk Land Trust is hosting its Annual Meeting, Report To Community and Thank You Reception at 6 Brown Street, Suite 2, Kennebunk. FMI: 207-985-8734.

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The class is free and open to the public from 5:30-7 p.m. in York. FMI: Señor Dan, spanishfaculty@

Soup’s On! Soup’s On, a free community meal held at the Congregational Church,1695 Post Road (Route 1) in Wells, begins serving at noon. Join us to renew old friendships and create new ones. Soup’s On is held on the first and third Wednesday of the month thru May except on no school-snow days.

Haley Art Gallery, 178 Haley Rd, Kittery will host a business networking evening from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Network with local businesses, connect and exchange resources and learn about the gallery’s co-working space. Space is limited so RSVP by calling 617-584-2580 or haleygallery@ comcast.net.

Red Cross Blood Drive 1-6 p.m. Kittery Lions Club, 117 State Rd, Kittery. FMI: www.redcrossblood.org or 1-800-REDCROSS.

Friday, September 21 Gratitude Day: Thank Goodness Event Throughout this day there will be a gratitude station at Atria Kennebunk for residents and loved ones to thank the staff who take care of them! FMI: 207-504-5158.

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~ Library News ~ Order a flatbread pizza from the Flatbread Company, 138 Congress Street, in Portsmouth after 4 p.m. on September 25, and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Berwick Public Library.

Berwick Public Library Essential Oils Workshop On Tuesday, September 18 at 6 p.m., Colleen Fahy will host an introduction to essential oils, talk about the book I am Fabulous, and share two recipes. Free.

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

Farmers’ Market Saturday, September 22, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Our annual Farmers’ Market will be held in the library parking lot. Don’t forget to pop into the library and check out our book sale, which will be happening at the same time.

DA Hurd Library Non-Fiction Book Club Looking for good conversation? Love reading and learning new things? Join us for our monthly non-fiction book club on Wednesday, September 19, at 6 p.m. We will discuss Neil Shubin’s book

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Higher Education Discussion Join us for a discussion on the role of higher education on Thursday, September 20, at 6 p.m. moderated by Dr. Charles Dorn, author of For the Common Good: A New History of Higher Education in America. Are colleges in a period of unprecedented disruption? Is a bachelor’s degree still worth the investment? This discussion is free and open to the public.

Outreach Services The library will bring books to

residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Wednesday, September 12, at 2 p.m. The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows will be on Wednesday, September 19, at 2 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.

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Parent Check In Wednesday, September 19 at 4 p.m. The Choose To Be Healthy Coalition at York Hospital is sponsoring a series of parent discussions with local licensed social workers. Topics include adolescent development, social media, mental health, and substance use. Sessions are free and will include helpful resources and light refreshments. No RSVP required, however space is limited to 25-30. FMI: 207-351-2699 or mmason@ yorkhospital.com.

Habitat Fragmentation Voice for Animals Saturday, September 22 at 10 a.m. Maine Audubon and many other organizations work with citizen scientists and road professionals to try to identify the most dangerous stretches of road for wildlife, and to develop solutions to reduce harm to wildlife.

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Ukulele Group at the Library KENNEBUNK The Kennebunk Free Library staff was blown away by the amount of interest in our recent â&#x20AC;&#x153;Introduction to Ukuleleâ&#x20AC;? class. So, beginning on Wednesday, September 19, we will be hosting a regular ukulele group. At 5:30 p,m., we will be offer a brief lesson to less experienced players, discussing technique and learning chords. At 6 p.m., everyone from beginners to experts can drop in for the fun of playing with an enthusiastic group. The library has a limited number of ukuleles available. Please let us know if you will need to borrow one. We will do our best to accommodate you. This program is free and wheelchair accessible. The Kennebunk Free Library is located at 112 Main Street in Kennebunk. For more information please call 207-985-2173 or email us at kfl@ kennebunk.lib.me.us.

BERWICK The Berwick Public Library will hold an interstate book discussion group Saturday, September 15, with the Manheim, PA, Community Library. Berwick Public Library Director Sharon Kelly said this summer Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Librarian Shilo Fiel began a pen-pal project with the Manheim library which is in Lancaster County. From that connection, Kelly said the director of the Manheim library contacted her, to introduce himself and pick up the lead from the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s librarians. â&#x20AC;&#x153;From there we realized that we both had very nice and active book discussion groups monthly, and that perhaps they would like to also be â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;pen-palsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! Which, both groups did!â&#x20AC;? said Kelly. To â&#x20AC;&#x153;meet in person,â&#x20AC;? the libraries decided to discuss a book from the Great American Read list - A Prayer for Owen Meany, by John Irving. On Saturday, September 15, at 10:30 a.m., the two groups will meet

each other via Google Hangout, an internet video conferencing portal, to discuss the book. The internet book discussion session will be held in the conference room of the Berwick Public Library, and all are welcomed, even those who have not read the book. Kelly said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It just goes to show you that from Maine to Pennsylvania, the similarities, not the differences, are what bring people together!â&#x20AC;? The Berwick Public Library is located at 103 Old Pine Hill Road. Library hours are Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Friday and

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WELLS The data is in and, according to the 2016 FBI crime report cited on the website, safewise. com, Maine is still one of the safest places to live in the United States. Wells, a cozy coastal town

with a population of 10,000, tops the list this year with a violent crime rate 95% lower than the national average. With only 0.2 violent crimes per 1,000 people and just over 12 property crimes per 1,000 people, Wells is an outstanding community when it

...HUNTING from page 1 stay apprised of when licensing and registration begins and ends so they can hunt legally. Scout areas. The landscape can change from year to year depending on a host of factors, including construction, commercialization and weather. Areas once open to hunting may now be restricted lands. Map out your potential hunting location and be aware of any new landmarks or changes. Check and replenish gear. Inspect weaponry, field-dressing supplies, clothing, and other supplies for wear and tear. Address any issues that need to be fixed, or replace items as necessary. If a rifle, bow or shotgun hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been fired in a while, take it to a range to verify accuracy and sighting. If you hunt out of a tree stand or blind, make sure it is sturdy and in good condition prior to use.

Get in shape. Hunting often requires hiking in and out of the great outdoors in various terrain. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s helpful to increase physical activity leading up to the hunt to prepare your body for the physical demands of hunting. Organize and pack gear. Ensure your equipment is clean, in working order and packed away in your travel bags. Establish a system of organization and a checklist so youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re certain you will have what you need. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to bring along your hunting license and animal tags; otherwise, you may be levied with costly fines. Always hunt safely. It is quite easy to get swept up in the moment when tracking game. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t let overzealousness cloud rational judgement and safety precautions. Otherwise an injury or even death can occur.

comes to safety. Second on the list is the picturesque town of Scarborough. Known for its outdoor activity offerings, Scarborough could also be known for its safety record. With a violent crime rate that is 87% lower than the national average, it too is a great place to raise a family in a safe environment. The other three cities on the list, York, South Portland, and

Lewiston, all boast similar numbers. York comes in with 0.62 violent crimes per 1,000 people, which is 86% lower than the national average. South Portland has 1.71 violent crimes per 1,000 people, and Lewiston has 1.77 violent crimes, both of which are about 65% lower than the national average. In fact, the Pine Tree State as a whole has an average violent crime rate nearly 65% lower than the national average and a prop-

erty crime rate nearly 18% lower than the national average. This is great news and maintains the Northeastâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s long-standing ranking as the region of the United States with the lowest murder rate. Numbers like that are what lead U.S. News & World Report to list Maine as the safest state in America. For more information in the study and how other cities fared, www.safewise.com/blog/safestcities-maine.

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...MORE from page 7 Golf Tournament 19th Annual â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chuck Cumming Memorialâ&#x20AC;? Golf Tournament sponsored by the Wells Rotary Club. Old Marsh Country Club, Route 9B. 7:30 a.m. Registration, 8:30 a.m. Shotgun. FMI: Rick Coyne 207-251-2119 or rick@exitoceansiderealty.com.

Women in Leadership York County Community Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Eggs & Issues networking meeting presents guest speakers Tammy Ackerman, Exec. Director of Engine, Joanne Putnam, Police Chief, Wells and Deanna Sherman, Pres. and CEO of Dead River Company. Meeting begins at 7 a.m. breakfast and speakers following at 8 a.m. $10 per person with pre-registration or $15 at the door. To register call 207-216-4311 or email ehaye@yccc.edu.

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Saturday, September 22 Red Cross Blood Drive 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Wells Activity Center, 113 Sanford Rd, Wells. FMI: www.redcrossblood.org or 1-800-RED-CROSS.

Wabanaki Walk Explore the area together and imagine the different way of life led by the native population before white settlements. Registration required. $7/$5 or $15 per family. Wells Reserve at Laudholm, 207646-1555, wellsreserve.org.

Pancake Breakfast Every Saturday through October at the Wells/Ogunquit Senior Center, 300 Post Road, Wells, 8-11 a.m.

Put Your Business on the Map Workshop Learn how to create Google, Facebook and LinkedIn business pages in this workshop hosted by PR, Social Media Marketing veteran, Jackie Abramian from 9-11 a.m. at Haley Gallery, 178 Haley Rd, Kittery. Fee is $60 per person and includes guidebook and light breakfast. Registration required: 617-584-2580 or haleygallery@comcast.net.

Sunday, September 23 Church Services Mark Thallander will be the guest organist at the Congregational Church of Wells, 1695 Post Road (Route 1), Wells at 9:30 a.m. FMI: 207-646-4309.

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~ News ~ Eiot Family Selected for New Habitat Home YORK COUNTY Habitat for Humanity York County is preparing to begin construction of its 29th home this fall, and recently selected the family to purchase the Springvale home. Richard and Missy Lathrop of Eliot received the news in July that they had been selected for homeownership with Habitat for Humanity. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Learning about the opportunity to work with Habitat for Humanity and to possibly look to achieve the goal of home ownership was a dream opportunity that we felt for sure would only be a thought and a wish, but never a reality,â&#x20AC;? said Richard. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Since learning that we have been the selected family to take part in this opportunity it has truly been life changing!! This house and opportunity for us means stability in our life so that we can provide a constant growing and learning environment for our kids and our family.â&#x20AC;? Applicants for the home underwent a rigorous review process by Habitatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Family Services Committee. Applicants must demonstrate a need for

better housing and be able to meet income/payment requirements on the new home. The selected family must also put in 400 hours of sweat equity hours by working on the construction of their own home, attending financial management classes, and volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. When the home is completed, families purchase homes through an affordable mortgage that is recycled to support the construction of more Habitat for Humanity homes. Amy Nucci, Executive Director, said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Rich and Missy are genuinely excited for this opportunity and what it means for their family. We are thankful for all the donors and sponsors whose generosity has and will help make safe, stable and affordable housing a reality for the Lathrop family.â&#x20AC;? A three-bedroom home will be built on Kirk Street in Springvale. In early 2018, Habitat for Humanity York County purchased the vacant property by working with Sanfordâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Land Bank Authority and the property owner. The new home will

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9th Annual Shaker Hill Apple Festival

ALFRED York County Shelter Programs (YCSP) is hosting its 9th annual Shaker Hill Apple Festival on Saturday, September 22 and Sunday September 23. The two-day festival draws over 8,000 people to its 300 -acre campus at 147 Shaker Hill, in Alfred. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s festival will include live entertainment, food and craft vendors, a pancake breakfast, apple picking, activities for the kids, and more. Proceeds from the festival support YCSPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goals to end homelessness, hunger, and addiction. YCSP provides York County families and adults with

emergency shelter and food, and, if needed substance abuse and mental health treatment. The organization also operates two residential treatment facilities; Angers Farm in West Newfield and Laymanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Way in Alfred, a food pantry, and 120 long-term housing units. Its Jobs Training Program provides people in its care the opportunity to learn new marketable skills. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Though this is a very important fundraiser for us, it is not about making money. We want folks to come out and just enjoy the activities and each other,â&#x20AC;? stated YCSPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chief Executive Officer, Bob Dawber.

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tiful campus is the perfect place to hold a festival and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great place to come and just hang out, listen to the music and grab a bite to eat, and let the kids play.â&#x20AC;? The festival starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m. on Saturday the 3 p.m. on Sunday. Entrance and parking to the festival are free as is the live entertainment

and many of the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities. The pancake breakfast will be on Sunday September 23 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. and costs $10 for adults, $5 for children under 11 and is free for children under three. For more information visit www.yorkcountyshelterprograms.com.

Museum Poppy Project Installed KENNEBUNK The Brick Store Museum, 117 Main Street, Kennebunk, is celebrating the Centennial of the World War I Armistice with the exhibition From the Kennebunks to the Argonne Forest: The Great War That Changed America. The Museum Poppy Project features nearly 100 metal flowers installed in its rear courtyard, each one dedicated to an individual, a family, or an unknown soldier. The installation will be on view through November 2018, after which the poppies will be returned to each poppy

sponsor to keep in their own gardens to memorialize their loved ones. Visitors can view the installation while visiting the Museum exhibitions, including the Cen-

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Local Author to Join Navy History Day PORTSMOUTH, NH / KITTERY Kitteryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s D. Allan Kerr, author of Silent Strength, will appear at Albacore Park, 600 Market Street, a National Historic Landmark Site and Museum in Portsmouth for its annual Navy History Day on Saturday, September 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s theme is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Search and Rescue â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Submarine Rescue.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Albacore Park will have author discussions and book signings with Kerr, a Portsmouth Herald columnist whose Silent Strength shares stories of the men lost aboard the USS Thresher in the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worst submarine disaster, as well as Michael Mitchell, Frank Hood and Denise Brown; Sea Shanties performed by the

Mudhook Trio; childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s face painting with Trading Faces, and food and beverages for your enjoyment. Navy History Day was inaugurated in 1922 by the Navy League of the United States and over the years, has come to honor all branches of service within the Department of the Navy. Its historical origins go back to Theodore Roosevelt, as much of his life was devoted to establishing a sound naval policy for the United States of America. Executive Director, Patricia Violette says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Originally held in October of each year, Navy History Day provides a valuable means for fostering a better understanding of the Navy and its work. Navy History Day has developed into a day of honor and celebration of one

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ W.W. II Museum Lecture Offers Informative Insights WELLS Michael Culver, executive director of the Wright World War II Museum in Wolfeboro, N.H. will give a free presentation at South Coast Senior College at York County Community College, 112 College Drive in Wells at 10:30 on Wednesday, September 19. His museum, located an hour from Wells, was opened in 1994 by the late David Wright to fulfill his dream to create a public understanding and appreciation of the contributions made by World War II-era Americans both at home and on battlefields around the world. The Wright tells the story of America in the years 1939 to 1945. Its collections and exhibitions include military vehicles, armaments, uniforms, pictures, posters, films and thousands of other items and memorabilia to help today’s generations understand the history changing events of World War II. Its unique attention to how Americans at home dealt with

and contributed to the war effort separates the Wright Museum from most others. In many ways, the museum pays homage to the “Greatest Generation.” In his talk, Culver will introduce the audience to the museum and its amazing collections, tell some of the stories that it preserves in its displays and answer questions about the era and the museum. The lecture will offer insight into World War II history and help attendees learn more about how their parents and grandparents lived during that defining period of time. For more information call 207-216-4344 or visit www.yccc. edu/seniorcollege.

WELLS Don your best costume and bring your appetite for fun as aerialists f ly high above the stage and firebreathers and dancers recreate the magic and energy of a burlesque nightclub below. It’s the Burlesque Ball at the Hope Farm in Wells! A splendid night of dining, dancing, and mingling, all while performers showcase their acts of grace, beauty, and balance. Beverages and food stations will delight the senses. A silent auction will showcase the best of Southern Maine and there will be great prizes for the best costume. The event takes place on Saturday, September 22 from 7-10:30 p.m. at Hope Farm, 526 Tatnic Road in Wells.

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YORK The Art Committee of York Hospital is soliciting proposals for artwork to be hung in the Café at York Hospital for 2019. Each exhibition will be hung for three months begin-

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‘Jersey Boys’ A Rousing, Rocking Tribute To The Four Seasons At Ogunquit Playhouse

By Nancye Tuttle, Staff Writer OGUNQUIT They’re rocking and rolling and dancing in the aisles at the Ogunquit Playhouse, thanks to a fabulous production Jersey Boys on stage here through late October. More than a jukebox musical, where cast members rock out hit after hit and no plot is involved, Jersey Boys is the behind-the-scenes story of real-life Jersey boys Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. With high-energy singing, dancing and acting, it details their ups, downs, triumphs and tragedies as they rise to fame in the ‘60s with mega-hits starting with “Sherry.” But it isn’t all best buddy friendship as the story traces the years from their early days singing in seedy clubs and bowling alleys and getting busted and sent to jail to their astounding success after “Sherry” to their eventual breakup and ultimate reunion years later when they are inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Over the course of the 2-1/2- hour show, each band member takes a turn narrating the story, adding different points of view to the tale. Brash Tommy DeVito, played with swagger and an on-target Jersey accent by Matt Magnusson, starts things off and takes pride as the band’s leader.

“We put Jersey on the map,” he boasts gleefully. But, the band is stuck in a rut, despite lead singer Frankie Valli and his angelic voice. Jonathan Mousset, a dead ringer for the young Valli, both vocally and physically, is wonderful in his role and elicited several standing ovations on opening night. Things change when songwriter Bob Gaudio, played by talented Andy Christopher, joins the group to play keyboards and write their songs. Gaudio, who penned the 1957 novelty hit “Who Wears Short Shorts” at age 15, is introduced to the group by another Jersey boy Joe Pesci, portrayed by Sean Burns. “I had to write for this voice,” says Gaudio (Christopher) when he hears Valli sing. Gaudio’s talents work like a charm and he churns out hit after hit for the group — “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “December ’63 (Oh What a Night),” “My Eyes Adored You,” “Dawn Go Away,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” and “Bye Bye Baby” among them. The fourth bandmate Nick Massi, subtly portrayed by Matthew Amira, is, in his words, the group’s Ringo Starr. Overshadowed by the others, he fades into the background thanks to DeVito’s brashness, Valli’s voice and Gaudio’s musical chops.

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Act I highlights their early challenges, ultimate triumphs and money woes caused by DeVito’s mismanagement and gambling problems. In Act II, the group breaks up and Valli has several personal tragedies, including a divorce and his daughter’s untimely death. But they reunite at the Hall of Fame, and share their successes again. Jersey Boys soars from one memorable song to the next. On opening night, people danced in the aisles, sang along to the familiar tunes, relived their youth and rewarded the cast with one standing ovation after another. Oh, what a night, it was. Oh,

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Threshold Stage Co. Presents “The Threepenny Opera” KITTERY Kittery’s Threshold Stage Company swings for the fences boldly presenting a very rare opportunity to see Bertolt Brecht’s seminal masterpiece “The Threepenny Opera” directed and choreographed by Spotlight Award winner Kelli Leigh-Ann Connors. This groundbreaking musical play features Kurt Weill’s original score performed by a full live band, under the musical direction of Kathy Fink, playing such timeless classics as “Mack the Knife” and “Pirate Jenny”. Brecht’s groundbreaking musical play, set in late Victorian London, revolves around the central character of the cunning rapscallion Macheath, better known as “Mack the Knife”, as he schemes, lies and cheats his way

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Heather Glenn Wixson and Wayne Asbury in Threshold Stage Company’s “The Threepenny Opera” (photo by Monica Bushor)

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Talk on Historic Gardens KENNEBUNK September’s Rogers Culture Series talk at the Brick Store Museum, 117 Maine Street, features Lucinda Brockway, Program Director for Cultural Resources at The Trustees of Reservations. On Thursday, September 20 at 5:30 p.m.,

Cosy Sheridan to Play at KAA KITTERY National award-winning songwriter and guitarist Cosy Sheridan will perform in concert with her longtime musical partner Kent Allyn on Friday, September 21, at the Kittery Art Association, 8 Coleman Avenue, Kittery Point. Full of energy and emotion, Cosy’s songs are carefully crafted for her percussive and bluesy guitar style. Written in open tunings and played occasionally with two or more capos on the guitar, Cosy’s lyrics have been described by Sing Out Magazine as intelligent and clever “with stickable melodies.” Her concerts are a wide-ranging exploration of styles and themes, including love songs for a complicated world along with signature parodies on aging and the lives of women. Cosy’s CD “Pretty Bird” has been listed with Sing Out Magazine’s Great CDs of 2014. Kent Allyn is a virtuoso on many instruments including piano, bass, and guitar. He was voted MVP of the seacoast region by the Portsmouth Herald. Kent plays with many bands and folk musicians in the area, including Susie Burke and David Surette, Cormac McCarthy, and Ben Baldwin and the Big Note. He teaches bass and piano at Berwick Academy. Cosy and Kent first started performing together in 1989, when they recorded her first CD “Late Bloomer” at legendary Fishtraks Recording Studio on Congress Street in Portsmouth. They have continued their partnership, playing many concerts and recording another 10 albums together. Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 7:30 concert. There is a $15 suggested donation at the door and seating is limited. A reception and CD sale/signing will follow the show. For more information: www.kitteryartassociation.org.

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Brockway will discuss “New England Gardens: Lost, Found and Rediscovered.” Museum members receive free admission to the talk, with general admission set at $5 to support continued educational programs. Refreshments are included. The presentation will digitally tour New England through its historic gardens and landscapes with inspiration and ideas for revitalizing your own garden. This lively exploration will offer inspiration, information and fun as it discusses history through our most evocative cultural spaces. The general public is invited to join the presentation, with special emphasis on those with historic landscapes of their own who are looking to take the next step in landscaping and design. Lucinda Brockway ran her own landscape preservation consulting firm for 25 years in Kennebunk prior to joining The Trustees. She is the author of A Favorite Place of Resort for Strangers and Gardens of the New Republic.

SOUTH BERWICK Experience quintessential New England craft at HandHooked Rugs: New Works by Members of Seacoast Ruggers, on view Friday, September 14 through Saturday, January 5, 2019 at Sarah Orne Jewett House Museum and Visitor Center. Enjoy light refreshments and meet the members of Seacoast Ruggers at the Opening Reception, Friday, September 14 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. Both the exhibition and reception are free and open to the public. Sarah Orne Jewett and friends Emily and Elise Tyson, owners of Hamilton House, collected handcrafted hooked rugs

as part of the interior design for their homes during the period of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Today, too, hand-hooked rugs are prized as quality handcrafts for the well-appointed home. One of the creations featured in Hand-Hooked Rugs is a reproduction of a late-nineteenth-century hand-hooked rug from Hamilton House. Several members of Seacoast Ruggers participated in making the rug, a process that took several months. “This exhibition celebrates the artistry and tradition of rug-hooking,” said Historic New England South Berwick Site Manager Marilyn Keith Daly, “and collaboration and community as well.”

“Broken Glass” by Seacoast Rugger Patricia Laska, photo courtesy Historic New England.

Sarah Orne Jewett House Museum and Visitor Center is located at 5 Portland St. in South Berwick. Registration is recommended. Please call 207-3842454 for more information.

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Aging In-place Advice at Library SOUTH BERWICK South Berwick business owner Len Bogh of Great Northern Builders and Deb DeColfmacker of Edward Jones will co-host an informational event about planning for a comfortable retirement at the South Berwick Public Library on September 19 from 7-8:30 p.m. 87% of adults age 65 and

over want to stay in their current home and community as they age, but many say they are unsure if their home is suitable for aging-in-place. If you want to learn about home modifications that can be made to stay in your home for as long as possible, you are invited to attend this meeting. Investing in aging in place modifications deliver immediate advantages today as well as for

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Health & Fitness Walk to Help End Alzheimer’s Disease YORK BEACH The Alzheimer’s Association® is inviting York County residents to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s by participating in the Maine Beaches Area Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The Walk will take place on Saturday, September 15 at the York Beach Ball Field, located on Railroad Avenue in York Beach. More than 500 Walk to End Alzheimer’s participants will complete a 3.5 mile walk and will learn about Alzheimer’s disease, advocacy opportunities, clinical studies enrollment and support programs and services from the Alzheimer’s Association. Walk participants will also join in a meaningful tribute ceremony to honor those affected by Alzheimer’s disease. “The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is a family-friendly, fun social event that helps us raise awareness and funds to one day achieve our vision of a world without Alzheimer’s,” explains Laurie Trenholm, Executive Director. “It is an uplifting and inspiring day that shows support for those living with Alzheimer’s and gives a strong message of hope to find answers about this disease and ultimately a cure.” In addition to the scenic 3.5 mile walk, participants will enjoy the emcee and DJ talent of Ryan Deelon from HOT

104.7 FM. Dogs on leashes are welcome and the walk route accommodates strollers and wheelchairs. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheim-

er’s disease, the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S. and the only disease among the top 10 causes that cannot be cured, prevented or even slowed. Additionally, more than 15 million

family and friends provide care to people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias in the U.S. In Maine alone, there are more than 28,000 people living with the dis-

ease and 69,000 caregivers. Register today – as a team captain, join a team, or register to walk as an individual at alz. org/walk.

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Health & Fitness Putting the Brakes on Breast Cancer

KITTERY Throughout October automotive repair shops across the country are looking to end breast cancer with a unique fundraising campaign. Autoworks, Inc. in Kittery and more than 100 other Independent Auto Repair Shops across the US are raising funds for a breast cancer vaccine as part of the Brakes for Breast fundraiser. As part of the fundraiser, the auto repair facilities are giving away FREE (quality) brake pads or shoes. The customer simply pays the labor and any other ancillary parts necessary to complete the

brake job and the shops then donate 10% of the brake job directly to Dr. Vincent Tuohy & the Cleveland Clinic Breast Cancer Vaccine Research Fund. 100% of the donations goes directly to research! This is the seventh year for the Brakes For Breasts fundraiser and to date, donations

total to over $600,000! This is the fourth year Autoworks in Kittery has participated in this fundraiser. Last year, 24 lucky customers joined the fundraiser and received free brake pads. Help Autoworks put the brakes on breast cancer. More information is available at www.auto-works.com.

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Calm the Chaos on School Mornings Mornings can test the patience and stamina of busy families as adults and children hurry to get out the door on time. Starting off the morning already stressed can lead to feeling tense throughout the rest of the day. There is no magic formula to make mornings less hectic, but the following are some ways families can streamline their morning routines. â&#x20AC;˘ Make use of the night before. Morning madness may come about due to lack of preparation the previous night. The more that can be done the night before, the less there will be to do on weekday mornings. Encourage children to lay out clothes for the next day and take a shower or bath that evening. Make lunches the night before a school day, and gather all supplies from homework stations, restocking backpacks and gym bags so everything is ready to go come the morning. â&#x20AC;˘ Get to bed earlier. Sleep experts say that if you need to rely on an alarm clock to get up in the morning, you may not be getting enough sleep. The National Sleep Foundation says school-aged children should get between nine and 11 hours of sleep a night. Teenagers require between eight and 10 hours of sleep per night, while adults need

between seven and nine hours. A good nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rest can reduce morning crankiness and get everyone moving more efficiently. â&#x20AC;˘ Incentivize timeliness for kids. Children who are reluctant to head to school may need extra motivation to get out the door. Offer small rewards to kids when they get ready on their own or finish breakfast in a certain amount of time. Rewards can include a treat like choosing a favorite show to watch after school or a special outing on the weekend. â&#x20AC;˘ Follow a schedule. Make mornings the same each day so everyone knows what to expect. Uniformity can streamline tasks and ensure everyone knows whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s expected of them. â&#x20AC;˘ Stay organized. Racing around trying to find keys or jackets can be very stressful. Make it a point to return items to their proper places so that everyone knows where to look for the items they need. School mornings can be challenging, but with some ingenuity and forethought, the stress can be tamed. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by thirdparty sources.

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Substance Use Disorder: What Treatment and Recovery Look Like Today. September is National Recovery Awareness Month which promotes the societal benefits of prevention, treatment, and recovery for mental and substance use disorders, celebrates people in recovery, lauds the contributions of treatment and service providers, and promotes the message that recovery in all its forms is possible.

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Health & Fitness Symptoms of Dyslexia Learning disabilities can make it difficult for kids to reach their full potential. Such disabilities can sometimes be hard to spot, and youngsters might be hesitant to self-report symptoms or problems theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re experiencing out of shame or a fear of being seen as different from their classmates. Dyslexia, which the Child MindÂŽ Institute notes is now part of the diagnosis â&#x20AC;&#x153;specific learning disorder,â&#x20AC;? an umbrella term that groups together reading, writing and math disorders, is one type of learning disability that can compromise studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; abilities to perform in the classroom. The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity notes that the signs of dyslexia can appear as early as preschool. Such signs may differ depending on the age of the child, but parents can look for the following ones that might indicate the presence of dyslexia. Preschool Preschool-aged children may exhibit various symptoms that may be indicative of dyslexia. Difficulty learning and remembering the names of letters in the alphabet and an inability to recognize letters in their own names are such symptoms. Children who mispronounce familiar words, continue to speak in â&#x20AC;&#x153;baby talkâ&#x20AC;? and experience trouble learning common nursery rhymes also may be experiencing dyslexia. The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity also notes that dyslexia tends to run in families, so parents who had their own difficulties reading and/or spelling words should pay special attention to how

read out loud. Kids in this age group who are dealing with dyslexia also may not have a strategy for reading new words. Children in this age group also may exhibit signs of dyslexia through their speech. For example, the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity says some may search for a specific word only to end up using a vague term, such as â&#x20AC;&#x153;stuff.â&#x20AC;? Hesitation when speaking and language peppered with â&#x20AC;&#x153;umâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;sâ&#x20AC;? is another potential indicator that a child might be dyslexic. Dyslexia cannot be cured, but it can be overcome. Early screening, diagnosis and intervention can help young people become successful adults. More information is available at www. dyslexia.yale.edu. The Weekly Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by third-party sources.

their children handle these tasks. Kindergarten and first grade Children in this age group who disappear when it is time to read and/or complain about the difficulty of reading may do so because they are dealing with dyslexia. Another potential indicator is reading errors that show no connection to the sounds of the letters on the page. For example, children who say â&#x20AC;&#x153;puppyâ&#x20AC;? when an illustration on a page is a dog. Difficulty sounding out simple words like â&#x20AC;&#x153;catâ&#x20AC;? also may indicate dyslexia. Second grade through high school Symptoms that appear during these years of a childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life may include slow, awkward reading; trouble reading familiar words and often compensating by making wild guesses because the child cannot sound out the word; and an unwillingness to

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WELLS With this transition of seasons comes an urgency. Colder weather creates hardships for homeless animals so be sure your indoor kitties do not get out and get lost and if you see a stray, please feed it and give it fresh water. Ask your neighbors if the cat has a home or report it to your local animal control officer. Just donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ignore a stray. Safe Haven opened our arms to nine kitties from midcoast Maine to give them a chance at life. To help them out, Safe Haven brings their overflow to our beautiful adoption center in Wells. Three arrived very fearful. One, considered â&#x20AC;&#x153;untouchable,â&#x20AC;? had dense matts on his back and a bloody paw. Our volunteer Maud scooped him up and took him to our vet. Boomerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s back had to be shaved to eliminate his matts. Turned out his bloody paw was caused by an ingrown claw. It had grown so long that it curled back and dug into his paw pad. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you know how painful that is. With his nails trimmed and his body free of pain, suddenly this â&#x20AC;&#x153;untouchableâ&#x20AC;? turned into a happy cat who loves being petted! Everyone at the vet office was as excited as we were to see this amazing transformation. Boomer is doing fine and will be available soon. All the new arrivals will be available for adoption after their medical treatment, including spaying and neutering. Our cat

care team is already short-staffed so why not volunteer and help! FMI: 207-646-1611. Our Thrift Shop, next to the Wells IGA, welcomes quality donations of your unwanted home dĂŠcor, seasonal clothing, fall and Christmas dĂŠcor, jewelry, jewelry-making supplies, craft supplies, fashion accessories, functional housewares, towels and clean linens. Please deliver your donations before 3:30 p.m. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re still open 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. seven days. Our Adoption Center is next to the Wells Public Library on Rt. 1. Come sit in our comfy chairs in our free-roaming cat rooms. Enjoy bird-watching with the kitties. Wish list: bleach, paper towels, Friskies canned food, and Temptations cat treats. Oh, and birdseed!

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NORTH BERWICK This long haired black beauty â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fifeâ&#x20AC;? is quite a character. At approximately 2 ½ yrs old, Fife came to us last Fall as a stray found wandering around someoneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s barn. She was not feral by any means, in fact, quite the opposite! She just wanted food and some much needed petting! And while the people considered keeping her as a barn cat, they felt the indoor life for this sweet girl seemed more fitting. She loves to play, is mischievous, is super funny and requires very little in life. A cozy cat bed, perches to hang out on, windows to watch wildlife, some toys and affection. She loves treats and while too busy to sit still and be a lap cat, she does enjoy being pet and loves to purr! Fife is up to date on all of her vetting and seeks a family with either older children, a couple or single person. Dogs are an unknown, but with gradual introductions, we bet Fife could be persuaded to coexist with one. Fife can be seen along with her other kitty friends seeking their fur-ever homes this coming Saturday, Sept 15 at our Adoption Facility at 251 Country Club Rd, Sanford between 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. or by appointment by calling Marilyn at 207-490-2855 or Amanda at 603-205-3615.

Another Chance Animal Rescue 37 Market St, North Berwick 03906 251 Route 4, Sanford 04073

(207) 676-9330 â&#x20AC;˘ (207) 490-2855 boomeredgewater@gmail.com anotherchanceanimalrescue.org

The kittens are here! Join us also for a HUGE offsite event from 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on both Saturday, and Sunday this weekend when weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be at the brand new Petsmart in Portsmouth at Fox Run Crossing on Gosling Rd near Kohlâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s for their National Petsmart Adoption Weekend!! Bring a pet carrier that day if you are interested in adopting and in case your application is approved. These sweet kittens and adults will go fast so first come, first served! For more information, call or text Amanda, who will be on hand for these two days of furry fun Our pantry is getting very low and we could really use donations of Friskies Wet Food Pates, Purina Kitten Chow, Rachel Ray Adult Dry Cat Food and Scoopable Litter. Monetary donations to help us with the care and vetting of our cats would also be greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent to us at PO Box 552, North Berwick ME 03906 or via PayPal at boomeredgewater@gmail.com using the friends and family option to avoid fees to us and you. Thank you for continuing to support us, it is greatly appreciated! Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to stop by and visit our Thrift Store in Downtown North Berwick at 37 Market Street where 100% of the profits benefit our rescue animals! We have some great Fall and Winter clothes out now as well as some great back to school necessities plus all sorts of other unique and donated items to browse and buy. We are open

Animal Welfare Society

1420 Post Rd. (Rt. 1) / PO Box 91 Wells, ME 04090

info@safehavenhumanesociety.org www.safehavenhumanesociety.org

Another Chance Animal Rescue

KENNEBUNK Thank you to our community members â&#x20AC;&#x201C; near and far â&#x20AC;&#x201C; who supported pet veterinary care at this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Strut Your Mutt. From those who registered to walk, to those who fundraised, to those whose businesses supported the event as sponsors, we are grateful! You help pets â&#x20AC;&#x201C; like Anastasia here â&#x20AC;&#x201C; find the help and happiness they deserve to live their best lives.

Newfie Fun Days

September 15 & 16 10:00am-4:00pm Rain or Shine

Piscataqua Boat Basin 90 Hammond Ln, Eliot, ME

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Anastasia is a sweet 8 year old dog. She came to AWS as a stray in need of lots of love and TLC. She was covered with fleas and had lost most of her hair. Upon receiving a bath and proper flea meds, she began to feel better. A full bloodwork panel revealed several chronic health issues, not uncommon to senior pets. With medication and a healthy diet, she is on the way to recovery. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d love to be the one and only pooch in her new home - and who can blame her? Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s got plenty of love to give and deserves to be pampered in her golden years. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re interested in learning more about

adopting Anastasia, please give us a call at 207-985-3244 or stop by the center to meet her.

Animal Welfare Society

PO Box 43 / 46 Holland Road West Kennebunk, ME 04094

(207) 985-3244

info@animalwelfaresociety.org www.animalwelfaresociety.org

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Wednesday - Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day. We welcome more volunteers too! Stop in and say â&#x20AC;&#x153;hiâ&#x20AC;? if interested in helping us there a few hours a week.

Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Angels NORTH BERWICK Our dog of the week is a special girl named Baby. She apparently was dumped locally with a double ear infection not feeling very good. Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Angels Rescue took her in, brought her to the Vet and have been keeping her comfy, happy and safe. She is a total sweetheart who would do well as the only pet and someone who is around most of the time. She wants to be loved and is willing to give it back. She is 4-5 years old, Spayed and up to date on her shots. Baby is super smart and gives paw and sits. If you would like to meet Baby, please call us, 207-6765599. She is in North Berwick. Emmaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Angels Rescue is a State licensed Rescue and a totally non-profit volunteer run organization. Any donations happily accepted as we take in the difficult dogs and cats whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s vet bills can go extremely high. You can also make a donation to our account at Post Road Vet in Wells, Maine 207-646-7200 and thank you!

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Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. For the fruit filling: In a large mixing bowl, toss together the apples, lemon juice, sugar, and flour. Pour the apple mixture into a buttered 2-quart baking dish and set aside. For the topping:

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~ Where To Dine ~ Wednesdays-Thursdays-Sundays are Special at Spring Hill Buy 1 Entrée & Receive 2nd Entrée

3-6pm Monday-Thursday

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~ Where To Dine ~

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~ Where To Dine ~ Open Sunday – Thursday: 11:30am – 9pm Fri and Sat: 11:30am – 9pm

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Join us for Wiggly Bridge Cocktails and SoMe Brewing micro brews along with other drink and appetizer specials.

TACO TUESDAYS!

Serving Lunch and Dinner

New Drink and Menu offerings for 2018

Sushi Sundays

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starting at $11 for 2 tacos of Chicken, Haddock or Steak. Served from 11:30-8pm every Tuesday

Located on the Beautiful Marginal Way with Full Ocean Views

5-Bubble Review! from TripAdvisor

BEAUTIFUL BRUNCH. We went to Bintliff’s recently and had an amazing breakfast! The atmosphere is beautiful - like being in someone’s home and the servers are friendly and accommodating. I had an omelet which was huge and delicious and bursting with vegetables. My mom had pancakes which were huge and loaded with chocolate chips and she loved them. We also come here for dinner in the summer and they take reservations. Oh and the coffee was reallyy g ood! All in all a wo oo good! wonderful breakfast . We will definitely return!

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62 Beachmere Place, Ogunquit, Maine 03907 • 207-646-2021 •

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NEW FALL HOURS

 Ogunquit Beach Lobster House has new hours. Saturday & Sunday we will be open  from 8am to 8pm serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, the take-out window is also open weekend for lunch. Monday – Friday we will be open from noon to 8pm serving lunch and dinner. Weather permitting Bobby’s Music Bar will remain open daily through Columbus Day weekend so come enjoy some fun in the sun!

TRIVIA NIGHT! Join us every Monday for Trivia night! From 5-7pm enjoy a special drink and appetizer menu, half-priced draft beer and $4 house wine to keep you sharp as you compete with friends and family for ultimate bragging rights!

Pot Roast Stuffed Meatloaf Baked Stuffed Haddock ••••• Beer and Wine Available 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 Open Wednesday-Sunday 11–8 SERVING LUNCH & DINNER

MURDER MYSTERY! Can you solve the mystery without becoming the next victim? We are excited to welcome back last years amazing acting troupe from NY for two more shows! Fri. Oct. 26 we will be hosting a Murder Mystery Dinner and Sat. Oct. 27 a brunch event. Follow us on Facebook for more details, but don’t wait to call or stop in to get your tickets asap! Both events will sell out fast!

BOOK YOUR UPCOMING EVENT WITH US! Ogunquit Beach Lobster House is quickly becoming a go-to spot for celebrations! With the beautiful view and specialized menus, we are here to cater to all of your needs! Reunions, holiday celebrations, company parties, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, birthdays and anniversaries to name a few. Call, email or stop in and ask for Jana to start planning your event!

ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? When the New England Patriots are playing, we are cheering them on! Watch the game upstairs on the big screen with $3 draft beers, a special appetizer menu and unlimited dollar wings! This month’s game dates are: 9/16 and 9/30.

Fisherman’s Catch Restaurant

Eat In Take Out

Simple Seafood, Fresh And At Its Best

Open Daily at 11:30AM

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~ Obituaries ~ Wes Barbour, 73 YORK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Wes Barbour of Cape Neddick, died from pneumonia on Thursday, September 6, at York Hospital. He is greatly missed by his wife Chris, daughter Karen, son Daniel, and brothers Jay and Bill and their families. After serving the Air Force as an F-100 pilot, he became a commercial photographer in Wells and York, and taught at Wells High School. This gradually morphed into his computer consulting and programming business, teaching computer courses at UNH and elsewhere, and managing the computer systems for the Wells schools and others. We ask that you do not send flowers, rather, make a special effort to make the world a better place while you think of him. To leave online condolences, visit www.jspelkeyfuneralhome. com. Care has been entrusted to J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home.

Cecile I. Fournier, 97 SOUTH BERWICK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Cecile I. (LePage) Fournier, of Dogwood Drive, went to be with her Lord on August 29, being blessed with life on Earth for 97 years. Born May 11, 1921 in Berlin, NH, she was the fifth child and first daughter of ten children born to John and Eva (Gilbert) LePage. Cecile gradu-

ated from Sainte Regis Academy in 1938 and Berlin High School in 1940. She was a member of Sainte Anne Church, and member of the Daughters of Sainte Anne. She worked in the Brown Company Tower Room until she was 21years old when she took on the role â&#x20AC;&#x153;Homemaker/Motherâ&#x20AC;? for her four younger sisters, after the untimely death of their mother, as her four older brothers served in the Armed Forces during WWII. In 1948, she married the love of her life, Leo P. Fournier. They made their home in Portsmouth until Leoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s untimely passing 7/10/66. Cecile was devoted to her husband and her family and will be forever loved by her son, Cary Fournier of Webster, NY, daughter Mary and her husband Gregory â&#x20AC;&#x153;Joeâ&#x20AC;? Griffin of South Berwick; two grandchildren, Michelle and her husband Shane Moffett of Livermore Falls, ME and Gregory Griffin and his wife Jennifer of Oregon; eight great-grandchildren, Logan, Ava, Eli, Avigail, Anna and Nolan Moffett, Ariana and Savana Griffin, sister Doris and her husband William Stuart of Columbus, NC and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial mass will be held on September 15, at St Anneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church (Parish of the Good Shepherd), Berlin, NH. Burial services will commence at St. Kieranâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cemetery following the mass. Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick. Condolences may be expressed at www.johnsonfuneralhomeme.com.

Stella Gagne Roberts, 89 NORTH BERWICK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Stella G. Roberts of North Berwick, formerly of Concord, NH, died peacefully on Sunday, August 26 at the Bellamy Fields Assisted Living Facility in Dover, NH, with her

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cian and welfare fraud investigator. Upon retiring to North Berwick in 1987, she enjoyed the company of nearby siblings and extended family. She also found pleasure in traveling to Europe and Central America, visiting Canadian cousins, and researching the Gagne-Ross family genealogy. She delighted in preparing holiday feasts for her family, attending her grandchildrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities, hosting fall leaf-raking parties at the farm, and sharing her Bauneg Beg Lake camp with friends and family. Stella particularly treasured her late night book reads, and a succession of faithful dogs. She will be greatly missed by her son, Stephen (Paula) Roberts of Concord, NH; her daughters, Susan (Kenneth) Craigue of Concord, NH, and Martha Roberts (Merrell Clarke) of Spring-

 

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Madeline Welts, 86 ELIOT â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Madeline Muzzey Welts passed away peacefully on Monday, September 3 at the Hyder Family Hospice House in Dover, NH, with her family by her side. Born October 9, 1932, in Dekalb, Illinois, Madeline was the daughter of Harold V. Muzzey and Lois L. Sipple and the loving and caring sister of seven siblings including Jerry A. Muzzey of Las Vegas, Wilbur (Bill) B. Muzzey of Lockport, IL, Virginia (Ginger) K. Muzzey of Lockport, IL, Dennis K. Muzzey of Lockport, IL, Mary

Jo LaFollette of Galesburg, IL, Sarah F. Owens of Lexington, KY, Kerry B. Muzzey of Mobile, AL and step-brother John C. Sipple of Mobile, AL. Raised in the cornfields of Illinois, Madeline spent many years on the farm with her grandparents Wilbur and Verna â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dennaâ&#x20AC;? Woods in the tiny town of Paw Paw, IL. Madeline played a significant role in helping to raise her siblings and served as a motherly role model and bigsister to them all throughout her lifetime. She graduated from Joliet Township High School in 1950 and worked in finance at Standard Oil Company of Indiana for years before relocating to Maine. After marrying the love of her life, Charlie, in 1955, they established their home in Eliot,

where they enjoyed 54 â&#x20AC;&#x153;glorious, fun-filled yearsâ&#x20AC;? together while raising their children Diana L. Marzinzik of Eliot and Michael R. Welts of Stratham, NH. Madeline took great pride in raising her children, providing a lifetime of love, laughter, support and teaching the value of family. Madeline constantly re-defined the meaning of motherhood and selfless giving and care, always at her children and grandchildrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s side. Madeline was known by many for her beautiful, endless smile, her passion and neverending love for her children, grandchildren, great grandbabies, and for her magical way of making everyone feel uniquely special and treasured. In her many years of living in Eliot, she became recognized as the welcoming â&#x20AC;&#x153;red headâ&#x20AC;? behind the counter at Osco Drug in Kittery, and the beautiful makeup artist at Porteous at the Newington Mall. While initially a corn-field bred girl, she quickly became a lover of the ocean and beaches where she could be seen strolling along or going for one of her famous hours-long beach cruises. Madeline and Charlie traveled the world together and especially enjoyed their annual

â&#x20AC;&#x153;snowbirdâ&#x20AC;? excursions to their home in Cocoa Beach, FL where they wintered with many of their closest friends. Life was an adventure for her and Charlie, one that they were determined to live to the fullest with passion, joy and togetherness. Madeline was a giving soul and spent many years as a member and president of the Lioness Club of Eliot. Together with Charlie, they participated in many social activities which usually included the donation of one of Madelineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s incredible pies, pineapple upside-down cake, monkey bread or a classic pot of baked beans or scalloped potatoes. She was an incredible cook and baker, a gift and talent that she took great pride in sharing with her daughter and granddaughters who carry on her traditional recipes and cooking magic. Madelineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children, Diana and son-in-law John Marzinzik of Eliot, and Michael and daughter-in-law Christine of Stratham, and a Brazilian exchange son, Rogerio Frossard of Rio de Janeiro, were the objects of her deepest joys. Her eight cherished grandchildren, Justin Strausser and his wife Marissa, Sean Strausser and his fiancĂŠ Megan, Mary Jo and Sara Marzinzik

and her husband Brian Horn, and Brittany, Danielle, Brendan and Connor Welts of Stratham were a constant source of pride and dear to her heart. Nothing brought more happiness to Madeline like the joy of her grandchildren. The recent addition of two identical twin great-granddaughters, Fiona and Sienna brought great joy and smiles to her world. Madelineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s extended family includes many nieces and nephews whom she remained close with and enjoyed throughout the years. Family was always Madelineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first priority and they are eternally grateful to have been blessed and forever touched by her spirit. A private, family service will be held at the J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home in Kittery. A committal service will follow at Orchard Grove Cemetery in Kittery. Arrangements are in care of J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home of 125 Old Post Road, Kittery, www. jspelkeyfuneralhome.com. Should friends desire, Madelineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s family asks that memorial contributions be sent to: Friends of Hyder Family Hospice House (FHFHH), 285 County Farm Road, Dover, NH 03820 or donations can be made by credit card at www.friendsofhyderfamilyhospicehouse.org.

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SPORTS Rotary Club Golf Tournament to Partner with Cameren Cousins Fundraiser WELLS The Wells Rotary Club will be hosting their 19th Annual Chuck Cumming Memorial Golf Tournament on Friday, September 21 at Old Marsh Country Club in Wells. The event will be a “Scramble” format with the Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Cost for a foursome is $500 (individual golfer $125) and includes greens fees, cart, goody bag, team mulligans, reception and luncheon. This year, the Wells Rotary Club will be donating up to 50% of the proceeds from the tournament to “Team Cam” Cous-

ins. Cameren Cousins, a recent graduate of Wells High School, member of the Wells Warriors Class B South Championship baseball team and co-player of the year in the Western Maine Conference, was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma. The monies will be donated to the Cousins family to assist with expenses associated with Cam’s 12-week chemotherapy treatments at Maine Medical Center/Maine Children’s Cancer Program. The tournament is limited to 30 teams, so come and enjoy the full pleasures of play and

the post-tourney celebration and fellowship! Each player will have three opportunities to win fabulous prizes from our HoleIn-One Contests. In addition, raffles and other contest opportunities will be available. Sponsorship information of all levels is also available so if you cannot join us for golf the day of the event, you can still get involved. For more information go to www.facebook/com/wellsrotary, call Tournament Chair Rick Coyne at 207-251-2119, or visit www.facebook.com/pg/team cam.togetherwefight.

Field Hockey Team Fundraiser WELLS The Warrior Field Hockey team has been raising funds to support Hodgkin’s Lymphoma patients and research over the past 5 years and now one of their own needs help. To assist with fundraising efforts an online account has been set up where do-

nations can be made to he annual Regan Senior Scholarship and support the family of Cam Cousins. The team is asking everyone in the community to visit their fundraiser page and help spread the word via email, Facebook and Twitter. Please visit and donate on www.snap-raise.com.

Paddle Brave Boat Harbor with Kittery Land Trust

2nd Annual Mount A Trail Challenge YORK York Parks and Recreation Department and the Friends of Mount A present the Second Annual Mount Agamenticus 5K and 1-Mile Trail Challenge on September 15. This event is geared toward improving overall health and wellness in our community. The event will feature a 5K trail challenge and a 1-mile trail challenge that participants can run or walk. The 1-mile course traverses the new Big A Universal Access trail and can accommodate all capabilities

and fitness levels, while adjoining trails offer even greater challenges for those navigating the 5K. “This is a wonderful way to bring folks together and enjoy the trails at the mountain- including our new Big A trail” says Robin Kerr, Conservation Coordinator for the York Parks and Recreation Department. “We celebrated the opening of this remarkable universal access trail two years ago and it’s been rewarding to see so many people of all abilities using it.”

SCOREBOARD Marshwood High School

Girls’ Varsity Soccer Wednesday, September 5 Marshwood 2 Kennebunk 0 Casey Perry opened up the scoring in the first half finishing a pass from Ella Nelson. Rori added a goal of her own in the second half to push the score to 2-0. The defense for Marshwood continued to play strong backed by Nathalie Clavette in goal. She finished with nine saves on the day.

Saturday, September 8 Marshwood 6 Portland 0 Rori Coomey scored from a pass by Ella Nelson. Angelina Bisson added a goal of her own off her own corner kick. Casey Perry added a goal from a pass from Natalie Singer. In the second half, Coomey added a goal off a pass from Kayla Wozny. Coomey completed her hat-trick for her third goal. Casey Perry added a goal off a pass from Zoe Boyer. Nathalie Clavette and Kendall Lawrence combined for two saves for the shutout.

Boys’ Varsity Soccer Thursday, September 6 Marshwood 2 Massabesic 2 Marshwood (2-0-1) and Massabesic (1-1-1) played to a tie. Henry

Honkonen opened the scoring for Marshwood, assisted by Same Fitzgerald. Massabesic ties it within 10 mins on a deflected shot by Ryan Hersey. The Stags went up in the 2nd with a goal by Dilan McNeaney. Mike LaSelva tied it up on a free kick outside the box. Hawks next host South Portland Saturday.

Saturday, September 8 Marshwood 1 South Portland 0 Marshwood (3-0-1) beat South Portland (2-1) 1-0 in South Berwick. Sam Fitzgerald converted a penalty kick 10 minutes into the first half. George McDonnell made 10 saves for Marshwood. Shipped Savidge maxes 3 for So. Portland.

Tuesday, September 11 Marshwood 0 Noble 0 Marshwood (3-0-2) and Noble (04-1) played to a draw in South Berwick. Marshwood totaled 21 shots to Noble’s 8. Marshwood keeper George McDonnell recorded 3 saves while Noble keeper Noah Safford recorded 12.

Girls’ Varsity Volleyball Thursday September 6 Marshwood 1 York 3 Tuesday, September 11 Marshwood 0 Deering 3

The new Big A Trail, named after the former ski area once located at Mt. Agamenticus, provides access opportunities and improves the quality of life for everyone, including people with mobility disabilities, seniors, trail runners, and families with young children and strollers. The nature trail was built in accordance with the principles of universal design and now guides visitors along the grassy mountaintop and into the summit shrubland, offering resting and viewing opportunities along the way. “We heard that some folks were feeling a little intimidated at the thought of trail running at the mountain” continued Kerr. “But we really want to stress that this is not a typical road race. We are looking to cater to those hoping to establish their own personal record. The Big A is a perfect trail to train on, esp. if you are new to trail running, recovering from an injury, or just want to improve or maintain your own personal fitness level. Run it, walk it, hike it, just complete it!” For those wanting more of a challenge, the 5K offers steeper inclines taking participants down along the Ring Trail before finishing back on the summit of Mt. Agamenticus. Registrants are welcome to run or hike the courses. There will be some lucky prize winners. Consider bringing your own picnic lunch to enjoy at the summit after the award ceremony and then join in a celebration of your accomplishments with an after party at SOME Brewing Company. Check-in begins at 8 a.m. at the York County Courthouse. All participants must check in. Participants will be shuttled to Mount A. The first 50 participants to register will receive a

KITTERY There’s no better view of Brave Boat Harbor than from the water, and now community members have the chance to enjoy those views together on two upcoming group paddles organized by Kittery Land Trust. The roughly two-hour-long trips will launch from Cutts Island and meander through the salt marshes that abut KLT’s Brave Boat Headwaters Preserve. Participants will then paddle around the harbor before returning back to Cutts Island. The trips are free, open to the public, and will fall at high tide with plenty of clearance for kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddle boards. The route offers opportunities to view nesting birds and

summit parking pass. The 5K will start at 9 a.m. and the 1 mile will start at 10 a.m. Register at yorkparksandrec.org. Event is limited to 200 participants. For more information about the Mount A Trail Challenge, to view course maps, register for the races or to volunteer please visit www.agamenticus. org or call 207-363-1040.

wildlife that forage along the banks of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge. If time allows, the group will paddle to the upper reaches of the estuary to see KLT’s Brave Boat Headwaters Preserve. This 150-acre preserve had been slated for a 27-lot subdivision in 2013 before KLT purchased the property, with the help of a loan, from a developer. The preserve now offers more than three miles of hiking and skiing trails and helps keep waters of Brave Boat Harbor clean and accessible to boaters and fishermen. The Brave Boat Headwaters Preserve and neighboring Rachel Carson National Wildlife Preserve together encompass more than 900 acres of protected land that offer high value habitat for wading birds and waterfowl, juvenile fish and shellfish, and a variety of sensitive and rare plants. The two preserves also fall within the Mt. Agamenticus to the Sea Conservation Initiative’s (MtA2C) focus area, which includes more than 14,000 acres of undeveloped land from the top of Mt. A to the coast of Kittery. “We’re so pleased to have added permanently protected lands and resiliency to the natural gem that is Brave Boat Harbor,” says KLT Executive Director Christine Bennett. “Every year we look forward to exploring the pristine waters of this estuary with members of the community, to take a look from the water side at what the Headwaters Preserve has helped preserve.” This free event takes place on Friday, September 14 from 2:30-5 p.m. and participants should plan to bring their own boats and life preservers. Space is limited, so please RSVP to ckuliagklt@gmail.com for details.


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Keep York County Warm! Keep York County Warm! Habitat for Humanityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s weatherization program, provides year round weatherization services for up to 40 low-income homeowners each year at no cost to the homeowner. Using Efficiency Maine rebates, Habitat covers the required $50

LEGAL / PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC HEARING To: Marianne Goodine or Michele Stivaletta-Noble, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine; GREETINGS: In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 18th day of September, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening. The Board will conduct a public hearing to match and release up to $7,000 from the Facility Maintenance and Repair Fund to install Gates and Knox Boxes with signage on the abandoned Roads of Newhall, Green and Hill. Given under our hands this 4th day of September, 2018. BOARD OF SELECTMEN OF THE TOWN OF WELLS

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PUBLIC HEARING To: Marianne Goodine or Michele Stivaletta-Noble, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine; GREETINGS: In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 18th day of September, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening. The Board will conduct an informational public hearing on Referendum Articles to be voted by secret ballot on November 6, 2018: ARTICLE 2. Authorization to the Board of Selectmen to Select An Alternative Site for the New Fire Substation. Shall the Town vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to change and abandon the site of the new Fire Substation approved at the June 13, 2017 Annual Town Meeting located at Route 109 near Meetinghouse Road (Tax Map 0055-Lot 013 EXE) (the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Original Siteâ&#x20AC;?) to an alternative site located at the Wells Public Works Garage parcel on Route 9, North Berwick Road (Tax Map 0040 Lot 009 EXE) (the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Alternative Siteâ&#x20AC;?) so that the proceeds of the $13,250,000 2017 General Obligation Bonds issued by the Town on November 1, 2017 can be used to pay costs of constructing a new Fire Substation on the Alternative Site, if the Board of Selectmen determine, after analysis, that the Alternative Site allows for WKHIROORZLQJEHQHĂ&#x20AC;WVZKHQFRPSDUHGZLWKWKH2ULJLQDO6LWH  the cost of site development of the Alternative Site is less than the Original Site; 2) the utilities located at the Alternative Site would SURYLGHPRUHHIĂ&#x20AC;FLHQF\WKDQDWWKH2ULJLQDO6LWHDQG WKHORFDtion of the Alternative Site provides an equal or improved public safety response than the existing approved site. Board of Selectmen Recommends: YES (5 in Favor / 0 Against) Given under our hands this 4th day of September, 2018. BOARD OF SELECTMEN OF THE TOWN OF WELLS

homeowner copay to secure $600 worth of air sealing services for each home. Keep York County Warm! provides LED bulbs, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and low flow devices. Volunteers also build and install an average of six interior storm window inserts for each home, saving $16 in energy costs per window each year. If you are interested in receiving weatherization services you can apply at York County Community Action or your local general assistance office. Homeowners who qualify for LIHEAP or have received any form of general assistance within the last year are eligible for Keep York County Warm! Also, all low-income mobile homeowners qualify for the program. Keep York County Warm! depends upon volunteers. If you would like to help build and wrap storm window inserts at our Kennebunk Weatherization Workshop, take window measurements and install window inserts and other weatherization materials, please contact us. We welcome volunteers of all skill levels, and provide training to all new volunteers. Individuals, organizations and

churches are also encouraged to â&#x20AC;&#x153;Adopt a homeâ&#x20AC;? for $50. If you have any questions about the application process or would like to volunteer please contacts us at kycw@habitatyorkcounty.org or 207-985-4850.

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LEGAL NOTICE Looking for the owner of a 2003 Buick Regal, VIN# 2G4WB52K831194698. You may contact us at (207) 646-5800. If the owner or lien holder of this vehicle has not properly retrieved it and paid all reasonable charges for towing, storage, and repair, within 14 days from the publication date, ownership of the vehicle will pass to the owner of C&S Auto and Truck Repair, Inc., 222 N. Berwick Road, Wells, ME 04090.

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NEW TEAM LEADERSHIP Hampton Inn & Suites - Wells now accepting applications for the following: FULL TIME - YEAR ROUND

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HELP WANTED NOW HIRING KITTERY TRADING POST Join our team of outdoor enthusiasts! Full time â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Part time â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Temporary. Weekend Bonus Program â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Flexible Schedules â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hours â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 30% off storewide â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $11/hour+. Visit ktp.com/employment or call Paige Hartman at 207-752-9085 for details on current openings. ANTIQUES & VINTAGE DEALERS WANTED!! Cornish Maine Apple Festival Antiques Show & Vintage Fair. September 29 ~ Space Available! Call Rachel (207) 396-4255 FMI FRY COOK & WAIT PERSON PT/FT available. Open year round. Join our friendly team. Richardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seafood Restaurant, 1732 N. Berwick Rd, Wells. Apply in person or call 207-646-8561, ask for Debbie. Eliot Small Engine / Eliot Agway TECHNICIAN with tools, some experience helpful. WAREHOUSE with organization skills, forklift operation. These are FULL TIME positions with BENEFITS & VACATION. Contact Mike Churchill at 207-439-4015 or mjcese@hotmail.com.

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HELP WANTED NEED STRONG & ABLE DECKHAND to work on my lobster boat out of Perkins Cove, Ogunquit, October 1 through end of December. Call Eric Brazer 207-361-7686 for details. Seeking HOME HEALTH AID Long term, $12.25 per hour, 5 hours per week, light housekeeping, shopping, errands, some personal care. 207-217-9218 NEED A CLEANING PERSON: 2 Hours every other week for a residence at York Beach. 207-363-7113

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York Area Skilled at Cedar Roofing and Siding 3-4 Six Hour Days Weekly

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Experience is a plus, but not necessary. Hiring immediately for Fall season. We have â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mom & Dadâ&#x20AC;? hours â&#x20AC;&#x201C; get the kids off to school and be home to get them off the bus! Earn extra money! Flexible work schedule, 20-40 hours per week. Weekend availability is a plus. We offer good wages and a season-end bonus. We value our employees and our guests! Call 207-646-8115 now or email info@wells-ogunquit.com.

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~ Classifieds ~

ACCOUNTING

YARD SALES

HELP OFFERED

RENTALS

RENTALS WANTED

LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: laura.leber.cpa@gmail.com

BARN SALE! Sat. 9/15 â&#x20AC;˘ 8-4 â&#x20AC;˘ Rain or Shine Antique tools, furniture, modern yard equipment, collectibles, hardware, shutters, hand-hewn beams, barn board, photo lighting kit. 3 Mayberry Lane & Route 9 â&#x20AC;˘ Berwick

PERSONAL ASSISTANCE TRUSTWORTHY RETIREE will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 4) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519

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

RENTAL WANTED Long term, 2 BR apt or house; single businessman relocating to area. 603-834-0401

RAYMOND C. SNELL, CPA SOUTH BERWICK Income Tax Prep-Individual Business-Corp-NonProďŹ t C 781-956-2713 H 207-384-5425 Kakemo1@myfairpoint.net MICHAEL E. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;BRIEN Ex-Big 4 CPA in Cape Neddick Bookkeeping, Accounting, Tax & Consulting Services Cell: 508-423-0095 Email: therealmob@comcast.net

YARD SALES TWO FAMILY YARD SALE Fri 9/14 & Sat 9/15 â&#x20AC;˘ 8am-3pm 6 Pennacook Circle, Wells Adirondack Chairs, Braided Rugs

CRAFT SALE Sept. 15 â&#x20AC;˘ 9am-3pm. 3 Community House Road, Goose Rocks Beach, Kport. Art, craft & school supplies. Craft kits for kids and adults. Wood crafts, paper crafts, basketmaking, and so much more. All priced to go. GARAGE SALE 63 Gendron Drive, Wells Sat. 9/15 & Sun. 9/16 8:00 a.m. Till WHENEVER. LAST HURRAH of the year! Too many items to mention: household, tools, vintage, high-end ladiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; clothing. EVERYTHING must go! Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss it!

ESTATE AUCTION 18-151

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GOLDEN LABRADOODLES Born 8/16. Ready for home 10/13. Black males & females available. $1200 each. $200 non-refundable deposit required. ME lic. #F1654 Call 207-343-0645 or email trishadraper44@gmail.com.

GRISWOLD 24 Pieces sold as one lot. Best offer. Please call for list or to view. John 247-4819 â&#x20AC;˘ Lyman, ME

ITEMS FOR SALE ITEMS FOR SALE Tractor Trailer $950 1 New Tire (P215/75/15) $50 207-646-9840

2 ANDERSON WOODWRIGHT SERIES WINDOWS New in boxes, rough opening 3â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 01/8â&#x20AC;? W x 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 8 7/8â&#x20AC;? H, white cottage style with grills between the glass, 2 over 1 double hung. New $600 each. Sale $350 each. Call 207-749-5146 cell.

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:$17('72%8< Antiques*Silver*Gold*Coins &+5,6/25'$17,48(6 One Item or Entire Estate. Cash paid forallantiques.Antiquejewelry,coins, silver, gold, paintings, clocks, lamps, telephones, radios, phonographs, nauticalitems,weathervanes,dolls&toys, pottery, photography, military items, swords, advertising signs, fountain pens, bottles, tools, books & much much more! Buying antiques for over 20years.BarnandAtticClean-OutAlso.

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LANDSCAPING

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Specializing in New Lawn Installation & Existing Lawn Repair

207.216.3192

WINTER RENTALS WELLS WINTER RENTAL Three-story townhouse with three bedrooms and two full baths. It is fully equipped with a washer/dryer unit, two 3-season porches, and much more. $1500/ month plus utilities. Available starting October through May. Call 207-646-5164 for more info. WINTER RENTAL Wells-Ogunquit Apartment, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, fully furnished. Move-in ready. Very clean. $1250/month (includes ALL utilities). Available October 15 - May 15. Call Phil @ 207-651-1568

STORAGE RENTALS AFFORDABLE STORAGE Rentals $50 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404 WINTER OUTSIDE STORAGE for cars, trucks, boast & RVs. Low rates. Call Dennis 207-646-7881.

OFFICE RENTAL SOUTHERN MAINE Rte 1 Location, 250 or 500 sq. ft. options, 2nd Fl, Elevator, $295/mo. INCL Heat/Elec, Conference Rm. CALL 363-1825.

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ENDS OCTOBER 1ST

THE HOUSE OF VALUE Used

Used

Used

Used

Stock #9234

Stock #9752

Stock #9759

Stock #ST15121A

2013 CHEVY CAMARO

2017 TOYOTA CAMRY

2015 TOYOTA RAV4

2014 TOYOTA TACOMA

Stock #ST13086A

Stock #9733

Stock #9583

Stock #ST15089A

2015 BMW 335I XDRIVE

2018 TOYOTA CAMRY XSE V6

44,995

$

32,995

$

18,295

$

32,495

30,995

2015 2 015 LEXUS ES 350 0 LLUXURY UXURY RY SOLD! $

24,495

$

JEEP WRANGLER

23,995

$

Stock #9756

Stock #9760

Stock #ST15281A

2015 TOYOTA COROLLA

2016 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER

2017 TOYOTA TACOMA

$

Stock #9739

2015 2 01 TOYOTA HIG GHLANDER DER HIGHLANDER SOLD! $

23,495

$

17,495

$

31,495

$

UNLIMITED

29,995 26,995

$

Stock #R13656A

Stock #T14559A

Stock #9758

Stock #T15319E

2014 HYUNDAI SONATA

2016 HONDA CRV EXL

2015 TOYOTA SIENNA

$

$

2016 TOYOTA HIGLANDER

Stock #ST15208A

Stock #ST15316A

15,495

2015 TOYOTA RAV4

18,995

$

21,495

2015 2 015 TOYOTA RA AV4 LLE E RAV4 SOLD!

17,995

$

34,995

$

Stock #R13813B

2016 SCION IM

11,995

$

Certified

OPEN SUNDAYS 11-5 150 Greenleaf Ave Portsmouth, NH ONLY 1 MILE SOUTH OF THE PORTSMOUTH TRAFFIC CIRCLE Route 1 Bypass, Portsmouth, NH

VIEW ENTIRE INVENTORY AT toyotaofportsmouth.com

888-671-0340

Certified

Stock #9710

Stock #9736

2015 TOYOTA RAV4 XLE

2015 TOYOTA RAV4

$

20,995

21,495

$

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

Stock #R14351

2018 TOYOTA CAMRY LE

2018 TOYOTA CAMRY SE

24,795

24,795

$

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

Stock #9715

Stock #ST15362A

2015 TOYOTA RAV4

2015 TOYOTA SIENNA

20,995

Stock #T14774A

2016 2 016 4RUNNER SR5 V6 V6 SR5 SOLD! $

32,495

Stock #ST15297A

2010 TOYOTA TUNDRA

19,995

$

Certified

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

Stock #R14361

$

29,495

$

The Toyota Certified Advantage • 12-Month/12,000-Mile Limited Comprehensive Warranty

• 160-Point Quality Assurance Inspection

23,995

• 7-Year/100,000-Mile

Stock #9748

Stock #R13805

• CARFAX® Vehicle History Report™

2016 TOYOTA TACOMA

2017 TOYOTA TACOMA

$

$

$

31,995

$

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

30,995

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

37,995

• 1-Year Roadside Assistance • New Car Financing Rates

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

Stock #9719

2015 2 01 TOYOTA TACOMA TACOMA SOLD! $

Limited Powertrain Warranty

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

Stock #9716

Stock #T14943A

2016 TOYOTA TACOMA

2016 TACOMA DBL CAB 4X4

$

30,995

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •

$

31,995

• 100,000 Miles Toyota Warranty •


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~ Puzzles ~

CLUES ACROSS 1. A greeting 5. A type of hall 9. Planes need one 11. Wealth 13. The act of exciting 15. A movement downward 16. Type of storage 17. A funny and sad play 19. After cinco 21. Dry white Italian wine 22. Where golfers begin 23. Witnesses 25. Relaxing places

26. Of she 27. Discontinued compact car 29. Resulted 31. Large Irish castle 33. Offer for a price 34. One type is Irish 36. Free-swimming invertebrate 38. A type of tale 39. The middle of the month 41. Christmas 43. ‘__ death do us part 44. Goes with Gomorrah 46. Ethnic group of Thailand

48. “Grown Ups” funnyman 52. A type of index 53. A mass of rocks 54. Splashed 56. Kids’ playground necessities 57. Sears and London are two 58. Strip of cloth 59. Church CLUES DOWN 1. Progressive decay of a bone or tooth 2. Deliberately contrary events

3. Unit of mass 4. Kiln 5. Soybean paste 6. Electronic counter-countermeasures 7. Made the bed 8. One who mails 9. Bar bills 10. Automotive vehicles 11. Breaks 12. Swelling of the eyelid 14. Asian country 15. Couches 18. Stare with mouth wide

open 20. Member of U.S. Navy 24. A sulk 26. Greetings 28. Craftsmen 30. Mongolian city __ Bator 32. Did again 34. Sunrooms 35. Start over 37. Georgians love them 38. Women 40. “Snake Tales” cartoonist 42. Pariahs 43. Caps 45. Gradually become less solid 47. Goats 49. French city Le __ 50. Exhale 51. Homes have at least one 55. Type of power cable

The answers to this week’s puzzles are on page 12.

ALL CUSTOMERS QUALIFY FOR Bournival Prices & Leases Some Customers Will Qualify For

ADDITIONAL REBATES

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 #JG1501

2018 Jeep Compass Latitude 4x4 #JS485

&KHFNRXWWKHVH&HUWL¿HG6SHFLDOV WARRANTY TO 100K MILES

All New 2019 Jeep Cherokee Latitude Plus 4x4 #JC613

2018 Jeep Compass Sport 4x4 #JS410

2015 Jeep Patriot Latitude 4x4 .............. $15,991 Billet Silver, 6-Spd Shiftable Auto, 20K Miles, #973

2014 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x4.............. $18,933

True Blue, 9-Spd Shiftable Auto, 38K Miles, #JG1570A

2017 Jeep Renegade Limited 4x4 ......... $19,988 Granite, 9-Spd Shiftable Auto, 29K Miles, #JC570A

2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk 4x4....... $25,750 Granite, 9-Spd Shiftable Auto, 56K Miles, #JG1481A 2BE Pkg, Pkg Power Seat, Seat Push Button Start

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$36,190 $5,760

$30,430

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$27,390 $4,764

$22,626

All New Design!

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$29,080 $5,480

$23,600

Cold Weather & Sport Appearance Groups

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$26,630 $26 630 $3,877

$22,753

Lease For $209/mo. x 24 months

Lease For $169/mo. x 24 months

Lease For $177/mo. x 36 months

0% x 60 AVAILABLE

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4

2018 Jeep Wrangler Sport JK 2DR 4x4

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4

2018 Jeep Renegade Latitude 4x4

#JG1528

#JW2817

#JW3010 W3010

#JR186

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4...$26,250 Billet Silver, 8-Spd Shiftable Auto, 38K Miles, #JG1544A

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4...$26,300

Brilliant Black , 8-Spd Shiftable Auto, 68K Miles, #JW3008A

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4x4...$26,525 Granite, 8-Spd Shiftable Auto, 34K Miles, #JG1449A

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4 ...$26,993 Dozer Clear, 6-Spd Manual, 64K Miles, #JG1378B

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4 ...$28,425 Black, 6-Spd Manual, 50K Miles, #JW2994A

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4 ...$28,733 Hypergreen, 6-Spd Manual, 49K Miles, #952

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4 ...$30,075 Bright White, 5-Spd Auto, 35K Miles, #997 Leather, U-Connect 4C with Navigation, 8.4” Display

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$43,880 $6,574

$37,306

Lease For $309/mo. x 36 months

24“B” Package, 8 Speed Automatic Automatic, Deep Tint Glass, Hard Top

Automatic, Hard Top, Deep Tint Glass

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$31,995 $2,090

$29,905

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$36,920 $2,047

$34,873

Lease For $309/mo. x 36 months

Cold Weather Package, Passive Entry with Remote Start

MSRP DISCOUNT

Sale Price

$27,415 $5,226

$22,189

0% x 72 AVAILABLE

*AII leases are 10,000 miles per year, based on S/A tier credit, and $2,999 due at signing. Tax, title & doc fee extra. All applicable rebates assigned to dealer. #JG1501 adj. res. $23,161.60, total of payment $5,015.28. #JS485 adj. res. $17,255.70, total of payment $4,079.04. #JC613 adj. res. $16,284.80, total of payment $6,406.20. #JG1528 adj. res. $25,134.30, total of payment $11,156.40. #JW3010 adj. res. $10,785.24, total of payment $28,023.48. SAME DAY TRANSACTIONS ONLY. SALE ENDS SEPTEMBER 30, 2018.

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport S 4x4...$31,575 Black, 5-Spd Auto, 19K Miles, #103

2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4x4...$31,733 Ampd, 5-Spd Auto, 33K Miles, #991

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4x4...$33,775 Black, 5-Spd Auto, 35K Miles, #996

2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4x4 ...$34,988 Dune, 5-Spd Auto, 44K Miles, #JW3037A

2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4x4...$35,900 Black, 5-Spd Auto, 54K Miles, #951

603.431.8900 / RT. 1, PORTSMOUTH, NH / BOURNIVALJEEP.NET


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The Weekly Sentinel 39

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SOMERSWORTH

HYUNDAI

NO DOWN PAYMENT NO SECURITY

Bad Credit? No Credit? No Problem!

DEPOSIT

NO PAYMENT UNTIL DECEMBER



NEW â&#x20AC;&#x2122;18 HYUNDAI ELANTRA

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SOMERSWORTH HYUNDAI CERTIFIED USED CAR CENTER

2015 NISSAN FRONTIER SV

23K 4x4 Bed Liner, Tonneau Cover, King Cab, Steering Wheel Controls, Bluetooth, Stk. #H1566A

NICE TRUCK

$

$

HATCH BACK

29K Hatchback, Auto, Bluetooth, Low Miles, Great Price, Stk. #H1558

16,732

2015 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE 60K AWD Select Drive, Fog Lights, Stk. #18399HB

11,758

2015 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE

AWD

$

LOADED

84K Auto, Leather Seats, Pano Roof, Touch Screen Radio, FM/XM Sat Radio, Bluetooth, Stk. #H1572

21,904

2015 KIA SORENTO

67K AWD, Nicely Equipped, Steering Wheel Controls, AM/FM/XM Radio, Bluetooth, Stk. #H1570

2015 HYUNDAI VELOSTER

$

$

8,427

$

8,973

2011 MAZDA 6i TOURING PLUS PRICE REDUCED 118K Fog lights, Steering

LOW MILES

$

WORK HORSE

93K AWD, Roof Rails, Lots of Room, Cruise Control, A/C Works Great, Stk. #18477HA

17,177

2013 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

43K AWD, Heated Front Seats, Bluetooth, AM/FM/XM/CD Radio, Cruise Control, Stk. #18469HA

2007 NISSAN EXTERA

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SOMERSWORTH

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DEPOSIT

NO PAYMENT UNTIL DECEMBER

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