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Entrepreneur to Donate Record Amount Through Charitable Foundation OGUNQUIT – The Tramuto Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization founded by businessman and philanthropist Donato Tramuto that provides assistance and mentoring opportunities to young people with special challenges, along with grants to nonprofit organizations that assist communities and individuals, has pledged to provide up to $250,000 in grants over the next three years. This is the largest amount of money to be dispersed by the Tramuto Foundation
since its formation in 2001. This latest round of funding, ranging from $10,000 to $100,000 in individual grants, will be distributed to three organizations that demonstrate a need and a tradition of commitment to helping others overcome challenges. The grant recipients will be honored at the Tramuto Foundation Gala to be held October 1, 2016, on the 15th anniversary of the organization that Tramuto created in memory of two friends and their son who died
Walk MS 2013 to Start at York High School YORK – Local residents are rallying at York High School on Sunday, Sept. 29 for Walk MS 2013, presented by Biogen Idec, to create a world free of multiple sclerosis for more than 3,000 Maine residents, and their families, who are affected by multiple sclerosis. Walkers will follow a
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6-mile path from York High School with a shorter one-mile route option available. The walk starts at 11 a.m. with checkin beginning at 10 a.m. Each walker agrees to raise a minimum of $25, but most walkers easily average over $200. Organized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater New England Chapter, more than 200,000 walkers participate nationwide in Walk MS each year at more than 600 sites, raising over $30 million. Family and corporate Walk teams and volunteers can register online, www.walkMSgne. org, or by calling 1-800-3444867, and in person the day of the Walk. “Without Walk MS, we wouldn’t have the funds for newly diagnosed education and support,” said Heidi Eastman, Programs Manager. “Without Walk MS, we’d be set back 50 years to a time when there were no approved treatments for MS, and there was very little understanding about how MS works.” Last year, nearly 10,000 walkers participated in Walk MS throughout Maine, Mass., N.H., and Vermont, and raised well over $2.6 million. Eightyfive percent of monies raised by
the Chapter provide vital MS education, support, advocacy, and services in the local community, while funding cutting edge research into prevention, treatment, and cure. Of the many corporate sponsors that make Walk MS possible each year, our most loyal and generous are Spectrum Medical Group, CES, Subway, Dominos, Tim Horton’s, WHSN, and Ride Away. Multiple sclerosis interrupts the flow of information between brain and body and can stop people from moving forward in their lives. The progress, severity, and specific symptoms of MS in any one person cannot yet be predicted, but advances in research and treatment are moving us closer to a world free of MS. Most people with MS are diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50, but teenagers and even young children can have the disease. More than twice as many women as men have MS, which affects more than 400,000 people in the U.S., and 2.1 million worldwide. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society helps each
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aboard Flight 175 on September 11, 2001. By 2016, the Tramuto Foundation will have awarded $1 million in grants to individuals and organizations. “Before 2016 when several important milestones will be realized in my life,” Tramuto explained, “I would like to reach my personal goal of empowering organizations that work to improve the lives of the disadvantaged, although I fully intend to continue that mission for many years to come.” As Chairman, CEO and one of the founders of Physicians Interactive, headquartered in Reading, MA and the leading global provider of online and mobile clinical resources for healthcare professionals, Tra-
muto has long believed he had a responsibility to give back to society. “I have been very fortunate in my life,” he explained, “and when one is given much, there must be a conscience decision to give back to those who are facing serious challenges in their life.” In 2011, Tramuto founded Health eVillages, a program of the not-for-profit Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights and Physicians Interactive, which provides stateof-the-art mobile health technology including medical reference and clinical decision support resources to medical professionals in the most challenging clinical environments around the world. See TRAMUTO page 4...
Eliot Festival Day Scheduled for Sept. 28 ELIOT – Eliot Festival Day, always the last Saturday in September, comes to downtown Eliot on Saturday, Sept. 28 this year. The theme is “Celebrating the Eliot Community Spirit”. Preceding the event are Friday Evening Festivities at the Boat Basin. There will be food available, although you should note that there will not be a Chili Cook-off this year. Dancing DJ Carmen Cronin will provide the evening’s entertainment. The
new t-shirts will also be available. The evening culminates with the always-spectacular fireworks, scheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday begins at 7 a.m. with a Pancake Breakfast at the First Congregational Church. A Colonial Re-enactment will be in McPherson’s Field all day with cannon shots at 10:15 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m., and 3 p.m. The 5K Road Race starts at the Fire Station at 8:30 a.m. See ELIOT page 5...
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~ News ~ Rethinking, Reusing and Recycling in North Berwick NORTH BERWICK – Two grain silos were disassembled on a farm owned by Jane Thornton of Lebanon Road this week. The farm on which she and her family live was, in times past, a full working dairy farm equipped with a large cow barn and two towering grain silos. A plan to convert her property’s current energy needs to solar, sparked Thornton’s interest in finding a new home for the two concrete structures. She insisted that the silos were not to be merely thrown into a landfill during this process. Thornton contacted members of northern Maine’s Amish
community to solicit their help in reusing these structures. On Tuesday, Sept. 10, she drove to Portland’s Greyhound bus station to pick up the men who would be responsible for disassembling the two silos. Two teams of men from Stacyville and Unity, stepped off the large motor coach prepared to do whatever it took to get the job done. Led by Amish community member Uria Gingerich of Stacyville, they came equipped with all the tools needed for the job, including their own food. They stayed in the former dairy barn overnight, and began the process of dismantling the structures at first light.
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“It will be a fun event, but with a very serious mission, which is why we’re asking everyone to clean out their closets and drawers,” added Fair Tide Executive Director Mary Oplinger. “We also want to provide kids and adults alike with reasonably priced costumes, so we hope to make Halloween itself a little more affordable for folks, too.” Donations will be accepted through Saturday, Sept. 28 at the following locations: Fair Tide Thrift Store, Kittery Community Center near Information Desk, and Planet Hair in Kittery. For more information, visitfairtide.org, or call 207- 439-2427.
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YORK – The Greater York Region Chamber of Commerce and Sunrise Grill Restaurant are sponsoring the “Save The Boon Island Fresnel Lens Raffle” to raise the funds the Kittery Historical & Naval Museum needs to keep the Boon Island Lighthouse Fresnel Lens on display. Due to increased insurance expense, the museum is in danger of losing the display. Currently, 250 tickets have been sold but 150 more are needed to achieve the goal that was set for the raffle. Tickets are $10 each and are available at the chamber or online at www.gatewaytomaine. org. The Chamber is located at 1 Stonewall Lane in York. Tickets are also available at the Kittery
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KENNEBUNK – The Maine Chapter of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO/ME) opens its fall programs on Saturday, Sept. 21, with Robert W. Wallace addressing “Who is Really Spying on You?” The speaker describes the post World War II development of surveillance tools and communications technology and the implications of the “big data” phenomena for intelligence capabilities, national policy, and individual behavior. Bob Wallace’s 32-year career with CIA (1971-2003) included assignments as operations officer, station chief, re-
interest in and attendance at AFIO meetings, meetings will be held at the Kennebunk High School main auditorium located at 89 Fletcher Street (Route 35) in Kennebunk. The meeting is open to the public. For information, call 207967-4298 or visit www.afiomaine.org.
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Novelist Macomber Launches Book Tour in Kittery KITTERY – Award-winning novelist Robert N. Macomber will launch his East coast book tour, featuring his newest thriller “Honors Rendered,” on Friday, Sept. 27 at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road in Kittery. The event, sponsored by the Kittery Historical and Naval Society, starts at 7 p.m. with a lecture by Macomber, and booksigning. “Honors Rendered” is the eleventh in Macomber’s series of naval intelligence novels and is taken from the real history of the South Pacific where the clash of Germany and the United States predated World War I by 25 years. The fascinating story of the islands and people of Hawaii, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Soma are all part of the novel. Macomber’s 40-event book tour for “Honors Rendered” begins in Kittery and continues all the way to Key West, Florida. When not traveling the world on research, lecture, or book signing journeys, he lives at The Boat House, an old fisherman’s home on Pine Island off the coast of Florida where he grew up. For more information, call 207-439-3080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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~ News ~ ...PUNKIN from page 8 will help visitors discover why estuaries are so important not only for sea life but also for people. Kids can go on an estuary-themed scavenger hunt, sport face-paint sea creatures, create an estuary crown, make corn-husk dolls, hear stories from Mimi Carpenter and Tony Viehmann, and join a nature walk to the salt marsh.
Lunch will be offered for sale by The Landing Store. Choose from sandwiches, wraps, soups, and treats. Punkinfiddle proceeds benefit Laudholm Trust, the nonprofit organization that supports coastal research, education, stewardship, and preservation at the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. For more information, visit wellsreserve.org or call 207-646-1555.
Wells High School to Cull Records for Class of 2012 WELLS – Wells High School Guidance Office will begin culling student records for the Class of 2012 by mid-October. Records that reflect Kindergarten through 12th grade activity that are not required to be archived will be destroyed. Records retained will be transferred to microfiche.
Any student wishing to have their cumulative folder sent to them should send a request in writing stating their name and address before September 30th to: Wells High School; Attn: Karen Quint; 200 Sanford Road; Wells, ME 04090. Your request
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~ News ~ York County Senior College Announces Fall Classes
YORK COUNTY – York County Senior College has announced this year’s fall course offerings for “over- 50” learners. The classes begin the week of September 23 and run for four to eight weeks at locations in Springvale, Saco and Alfred. The
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Local Actor Brings Henry VIII to Life in Cape Neddick
Peter Wolf Live in Ogunquit OGUNQUIT – For the first time, New York Rock Legend, Peter Wolf, will be performing live with his band at Jonathan’s Ogunquit on Friday, Sept. 27. Peter Wolf has a history that dates back over fifty years in the music business. Most New Englander’s will remember his role in fronting the J. Geils Band but he came from a family that was quite involved in the arts and he started at a young age in the industry. His father was a dancer, song plugger, disc jockey, and singer of light opera; his mother, an organizer for the civil rights and labor movements, was a teacher for inner-city children in the Bronx. Wolf’s earliest passion was painting, and he was accepted on a scholarship to the Museum of Modern Art’s Special Studies for Children, and later to the High School of Music and Art, just blocks from the Apollo The-
ater, where the young Wolf would make weekly visits. Seeing performers like Jackie Wilson, Dinah Washington, Otis Redding, and James Brown sparked his early interest in blues and R&B. With a grant to study at the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, he became a disc jockey on WBCN-FM, hosting a show called The All-Night House Party. The show touched on many musical bases, and reflected Wolf’s own broad musical interests. After 17 years with the J. Geils Band, the band members parted ways and Wolf went on to release his own solo album, Lights Out. In the late 80’s Wolf performed duets with artists, Mick Jagger and Aretha Franklin. His latest album, Midnight Souvenirs, was released in 2010. It won the Album of the Year at the Boston Music Awards. “I have been after this concert for about three years now, “
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said Jonathan West, owner of Jonathan’s Ogunquit. “Not only is it a show of personal interest to me, after having followed his career throughout the years... but I know our crowd and I know that being able to bring Peter Wolf into the area will bring out some true Wolf Fans!” Show time is at 8 p.m. Tickets are available online at www. jonathansrestaurant.com or by calling 207-646-4526. Jonathan’s Restaurant is located at 92 Bourne Lane in Ogunquit.
Ogunquit Playhouse Receives Grant from the Maine Arts Commission for West Side Story OGUNQUIT – The Ogunquit Playhouse is the proud recipient of a Great Works grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, in the amount of $5,000 to support its production of West Side Story and an associated student outreach program conducted in partnership with LearningWorks of Portland, Maine. The Ogunquit Playhouse has a superlative heritage of producing the most outstanding theatrical works since 1933 and an ongoing commitment to provide underserved communities the experience of live theatre. Through the Great Works grant program, the Maine Arts Commission offers major support for programs that will have a lasting cultural impact on Maine
audiences. The grant is designed to fund institutions with considerable resources that represent a commitment to excellence. The Great Works grant projects are expected to incorporate a contextual component, such as discussions, programs or classes in partnership with an educational or community institution. West Side Story is an award-winning musical adaptation of the classic romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet. The story takes place in New York City with two warring gangs – one white, the other Hispanic – representing the feuding families. Their hatred is juxtaposed against a love story between main characters Tony and Maria. Throughout the show tension escalates, until a tragic and heartbreaking event unites the warring gangs. The power-
Justice Is Mind Announces Maine Premiere OGUNQUIT – Mark Lund, executive producer, director and writer, is pleased to announce that Justice Is Mind will have its Maine premiere at The Leavitt Theatre in Ogunquit on September 28 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $9. The seaside resort town of Ogunquit marks the second stop of Justice Is Mind on its theatrical tour. “Holding the Maine premiere of Justice Is Mind in my favorite resort town of Ogunquit in a theatre that got its start during the silent film era, could not be more exciting,” said Lund. “I look forward to presenting audiences in the Ogunquit region a dramatic court-
Kevin Munhall as Riff (center) surrounded by other Jets. (courtesy photo)
ful message about hatred, love and prejudice remains as timely today as ever. West Side Story is considered one of Broadway’s finest musicals and the Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim score contains some of the most memorable songs ever written for the stage, including “Something’s Coming,” “Tonight,” “America,” “I Feel Pretty” and “Somewhere.” LearningWorks was established in 1967 to provide the best learning opportunities in Southern Maine for at-risk youth, the immigrant community and lowincome families. This compelling show is the perfect vehicle to reach out to high school stuSee GRANT page 36...
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CAPE NEDDICK – Clay Hill Farm’s popular dinner-theatre series, Clay Hill Farm Presents… began its next show, “VIII: A Musical Journey into the Life of a King”, this past Monday. Local actor, Kirk Simpson, once again embodies a popular historical figure and brings him to life to delight audiences with delicious drama. In “VIII”, Simpson adds his musical talents to the mix, resulting in a one-man musical period production with an improvisational twist. Kirk Simpson is a local actor thrilled to be involved with Clay Hill Farm. Having over 25 years experience in entertainment, his talents vary from musical theater, dramas, comedies, interactive theatre, murder mysteries, choral singing, historical recreations, renaissance fairs, children’s theatre, voice over, and much more.
Kirk Simpson as Henry VIII (courtesy photo)
The performance will run for Monday nights at 7 p.m. until October 7. Tickets are $15 with an a la carte menu and $30 for the show only. “VIII” is presented through special arrangements with Steeve Arlen, author of the book. For more information, call 207-361-2272 or visit www.ClayHillFarm.com.
Rob Bartlett to Perform at Leavitt Theater OGUNQUIT – Legendary Comedy Club Catch a Rising Star at the Leavitt Theater is thrilled to announce its fourth show, Saturday, Sept. at 21 at 8 p.m., in the unprecedented lineup for 2013 which is certain to attract tourists from all over the country – Comedy Star of Stage and Television – Rob Bartlett from Imus in the Morning. Rob Bartlett started performing stand-up comedy in 1978 hoping it would lead to a career
in acting. Nearly 30 years later, Rob has become one of the most versatile performers around. He is a successful actor, standup comedian, radio personality and writer. He was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 1971, and lives with his wife and family on Long Island. Rob is a favorite of the Bush Family. For more information, call 207-646-3123 or visit catcharisingstar.com.
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oped Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias Daily Helper, a free smartphone app that families can use to search behaviors and help find solutions when they have to react quickly to a situation. The app, which became available Sept. 16, is designed to help families manage issues as they arise, whether at home or in public. “According to experts, Alzheimer’s either is or may someday be a reality for about one-third of the families in our community,” said Schultz. “We want to replace their fears with a sense of confidence that they are equipped to handle it.” For more information, visit www.helpforalzheimersfamilies. com or call 207-985-8550.
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30 minutes of exercise five days a week for six weeks. Eighteen residents at Atria Kennebunk were honored this past Wednesday, with a graduation ceremony, certificate of completion signed by the President of the United States, gifts to encourage continuance of staying active, and a giant cake. Other great events happening during Active Aging Week at Atria Kennebunk include: Saturday, Sept 21 at 2 p.m., Life Coach Therapist, Magdalena Siegel, will offer a humanitarian program
designed to help those who have recently suffered a loss called, “Grief, Re-potting Ourselves”; Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 10:30 a.m., Seacoast Angel, Dave Linehan, will offer a senior exercise presentation called, “Get up and Move,” that will be helpful for anyone looking for motivation to start a productive exercise routine designed to fit your personal needs. Atria Kennebunk is located at 1 Penny Lane in Kennebunk. For more information, call 207-985-5866.
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The Power of Pink Style Comes to Kittery KITTERY – Pink is a bold color so significant that women everywhere know what it stands for immediately – it stands for hope! This fall, Tanger is offering its shoppers a way to join the fight against breast cancer with its annual Pink STYLE campaign. From now through October 25, the 20th annual Tanger Pink STYLE Campaign will take place at 41 Tanger Outlet Centers in 26 states and Canada. As part of Tanger’s fundraising efforts, shoppers will be able to purchase various savings packages. The Pink Style Card proceeds will benefit American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®. “Tanger is proud to join with our retail partners and our customers in a team effort to put an end to this terrible disease of breast cancer,” said Steven B. Tanger, President and Chief Executive Officer of Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc. “Our goal is to help raise funds for
critical breast cancer research that will bring forth prevention and ultimately a cure.” Since 1994, Tanger Outlet Centers nationally has contributed more than $12 million to this important cause through the Pink STYLE Campaign, 5K races, Pink Partini Events and other breast cancer fundraising events. Across the United States and now in Canada, Tanger will also raise money this year through a variety of other onsite and community activities including but not limited to sponsorships of walks and runs for a cure, early detection demonstration and prevention kiosks, fashion events and more. At Tanger Outlets in Kittery, we are excited to announce a few of the brands that have joined our fight to find a cure. This year, Pink Style Cards can be used at Talbots, Brooks Brothers, Coldwater Creek, G.H. Bass, Osh Kosh and many more. Visit tangeroutlet.com/kittery to see a complete list of participating stores.
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Keep your local care. If you want to keep your care with your local health care provider, we urge you to read this message. As part of the Affordable Care Act that President Obama signed in 2010, a method for all Americans to find affordable health insurance options goes into effect October 1, 2013 called the Health Insurance Marketplace. Here, individuals and small businesses will be able to compare and shop for health insurance plans. Those in southern York County, Maine need to know some facts before choosing a plan. In Maine, two health insurers have been approved by the Maine Bureau of Insurance to sell policies in the marketplace: “Maine Community Health Options” and “Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield”. While both companies offer comparable pricing and coverage structure, only one of them offers coverage for services at York Hospital and with York Hospital physicians: Maine Community Health Options (MCHO). MCHO is a non-profit, Maine based consumer operated and oriented health insurance plan whose products feature a range of benefit plan designs and a comprehensive statewide network of healthcare providers, including York Hospital. If you choose this plan, coverage INCLUDES care at York Hospital and with our network of physicians. The Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield plans on the health insurance marketplace EXCLUDE coverage for services at York Hospital. Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield decided to exclude 6 of the 38 hospitals in Maine - York Hospital, Central Maine Medical Center, Bridgton Hospital, Rumford Hospital, Parkview Adventist Medical Center and Mercy Hospital - in its new narrow network health insurance marketplace plans. If you choose their plans on the marketplace, you will be forced to go out of the area for your health care needs. Why is York Hospital excluded from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Narrow Network? This was not a decision York Hospital made. We were never approached to join the network by Anthem. We have asked Anthem for an explanation as to why we were excluded and have not received a credible answer.
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~ Library News ~ D.A. Hurd Library Author Rubin
Author Richard Rubin will discuss his latest book, “The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War” on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the library. Rubin’s newest book is a conversational history of America’s experience in World War I as recalled by its last surviving veterans. In 2003, Rubin located and interviewed one living American veteran of World War I, and eventually found dozens more, all aged 101 to 113. He has spoken at many libraries throughout Maine to rave reviews.
Conservation biologist Geri Vistein will present a program, Coyote: American’s Songdog, on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m. about coyotes in Maine. Using a PowerPoint presentation filled with photos of coyotes and coyote song, Vistein’s program centers on “perceptions and relationships …coyote and Native Americans and European Americans, coyote’s relationship with other wildlife and the ecosystem, and coyote and us… how do we coexist with coyote… in a way you have never heard before.”
The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at 2:00 p.m. The next outreach services to residents of Simpson
Meadows are on Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 2:00 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.
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Contact the library at 207-676-2215 or visit www.da-hurd.lib.me.us.
Louis T. Graves Memorial Public Library Book Group
The next Evening Book Group will be on September 26 at 6:30 pm., discussing ‘Black List’ by Brad Thor. Copies are available at the Library.
Pasco Author Lecture Series
Featuring David and Carl Little: Two Brothers - One Katahdin. This event will be held on Sunday, Sep. 29 at 2 p.m. For more than a hundred years, some of the most prominent landscape painters-Marsden Hartley, Frederic Church, John Marin, and many others-have portrayed Katahdin. The text follows some of the history of the region, as well as the artists’ ties to the mountain. No charge and open to the public.
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Contact the library at 207-967-2778 or visit www.graveslibrary.org.
in just a few minutes. There is no need to compose phrases or to format how it looks, just type basic information about yourself and the program will compose descriptive statements detailing your abilities and format it using a template of your choosing. This program may be accessed with home computers or KFL computers.
in traditional and contemporary Muslim culture. The evening’s program will challenge the common cultural perceptions of gender in Muslim society and explore the discrepancies between the teachings of Islam and the oppressive treatment of women in some Muslim countries.
Music and Movement Program
Contact the library at 207-363-2818 or visit www.york.lib.me.us.
For children ages 5-8 on Tuesday Sept. 24 at 4 pm. This new program offered by Ms. Susan will feature fun traditional songs coupled with circle dances and games. Children will play classics such as “Go In and Out the Windows,” and “London Bridge is Falling Down” as well as be introduced to new favorites. Children are asked to pre-register for this program.
Seeking Art for Speers Gallery
KFL’s Speers Gallery provides a space devoted to exhibiting artwork of local artists. We are currently inviting artists to submit an Application to Exhibit for 2014. Applications must be received by October 1 to be considered for exhibit in 2014.
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Contact the library at 207-985-2173 or visit www.kennebunklibrary.org.
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Rice Public Library Lego Night
Thurs., Sept. 26th at 6:00 p.m.
Iron Man 3
Wed., Sept. 25 @ 5:45 pm, The Rice Building. “When Tony Stark’s world is torn apart by a formidable terrorist called the Mandarin, he starts an odyssey of rebuilding and retribution” (IMDB). This movie is free of charge, and we will also be serving pizza. Please call 439-1553 to register for this event.
Sunday, Sept. 22 at Fort Foster, Kittery Point. Walkers and Runners 8:30 am. Free Kids Fun Run 9:30am. Come join the Kittery PTA for a morning of fun for the whole family. Participate in the 4-mile road race, or grab the family and enjoy the 2.5 mile walk. Register at running4free. com.
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Contact the library at 207-439-1553 or visit www.rice.lib.me.us.
South Berwick Public Library Yoga Class
Deborah Cotter will offer a free class in Kundalini Yoga from 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25. The yoga style involves chanting, meditation, learning how to breathe consciously, and practicing Kriya, a dynamic combination of postures, breathing and sound.
Conservation biologist Geri Vistein will present “Coyote: America’s Song Dog,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, at the South Berwick Public Library. The program is free and open to the public. Using photographs and recordings of coyote song, Vistein explores the history of the coyote in Maine and its relationship with other wildlife, the ecosystem, and with humans.
For More Information
Call the library at 384-3308 or visit www.southberwicklibrary.org.
Wells Public Library Reader’s Best Friend
Calling all young readers! Join Dawn and her therapy dog Trace on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10:30-12:30. Children of all ages are encouraged to read to/with Trace to practice their developing reading skills. Preregistration is required.
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Contact the library at 207-646-8181 or visit www.wells.lib.me.us.
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The Kittery Fire Department, 3 Gorges Road, 5-7 pm. To benefit the Tracy French family in their courageous battle with Lung Cancer. Music by Second Glance. Suggested donation of $7.
Friday, Sept. 20 Blood Drive in Memory of Courtney Jo DeWitt
Noon to 5 pm at the Wells Activity Center, 113 Sanford Road. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS to make an appointment or walk-in.
Saturday, Sept. 21 Introduction to Architecture
Historic New England presents Introduction to New England Architecture on Saturday, September 21 at 9:30 a.m. at the Sarah Orne Jewett House. From the seventeenth to the early twentieth century, our experts will share the story of New England architecture. The course fee is $45 for Historic New England members and $60 for the public. A boxed lunch is included in the fee. Registration is required. FMI: 617-994-5959.
4-6 pm at First Parish Federated Church.
Elder Lecture Series
Presentation called “Grief - Re-potting Ourselves” beginning at 2 pm at Atria Kennebunk. This supportive and heartfelt program is designed to reach out to anyone who has suffered a loss. The presentation will be led by Therapist and Life Coach, Magdalena Siegel. Light refreshments will be served. Call 985-5866.
Sunday, Sept. 22 Breakfast
7:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. at the York Elks Lodge, 1704 Rt. 1. FMI: 207-
At American Legion Post 56, 9 Hannaford Drive in York from 2-4 pm. FMI: 207-363-0376.
Lebanon Softball Match
The Lebanon Fire Dept. vs Gilpatrick Property Services Softball Game Re-Match at noon at the Lebanon Little League STS Field on Lower Middle Rd. All are invited to attend.
Tuesday, Sept. 24 Evergreen Cemetery Corp
A special meeting of the members of Evergreen Cemetery Corp, Kennebunk ME will be held at 6:30 pm in Room 306, Kennebunk Town Hall. The purpose of the meeting will be to consider the advisability of dissolving the Corporation and transferring its assets to the Town of Kennebunk to be held in trust for cemetery purposes. This meeting is open to all lot owners, their heirs and assigns. FMI: Patricia Laroche, President, 207-286-6219 or Richard Hastings, Treasurer, 207-967-4351.
Business Before Hours
7:30-9 am. LinkedIn: Build your reputation, your visibility and your network. Steve Lovejoy, Business Counselor at the Maine Small Business Development Center, works with small and medium-sized businesses throughout York County, providing guidance and assistance with business and strategic planning, marketing and financing options. Held at Chamber Office - 16 Water St Kennebunk. Space is limited. RSVP to Stephanie at 967-0857 or members@visitthekennebunks. com.
Wednesday, Sept. 25 King Constituent Hours
Senator Angus King (I-ME) offers an opportunity for area residents to meet directly with a staff represen-
tative to discuss specific problems, legislative issues, or any concerns regarding federal government agencies. No appointment is necessary. This visit will be held at Sanford City Hall, 10 am - 12 pm. FMI: 1-800432-1599.
Capturing the Sun’s Resource
12-1 pm. Learn about the cost, installation, and return-on-investment of home solar systems and get an update on governmental incentives. Bring your lunch and a suggested $2 donation. Wells Reserve at Laudholm 207-646-1555 wellsreserve.org
Eat, Move, Think Well
Sept. 25, Oct. 2 & 9, 6:00 - 7:30 pm. Dr. Christine Maguire leads three related topics; come for one or all. Learn what foods your body is designed to digest; nutrition in a new way (Sept. 25). Learn the role of exercise in decreasing risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease (Oct. 2). Increase your wellness through positive self-talk; adopt healthier patterns that last (Oct. 9). 778 Main St (Rte 1), South Portland. FMI: CancerCommunityCenter.org or 207-774-2200.
RSVP Deadline for Laudholm BBQ
The Laudholm Trust needs you. Would you like to help us plot the future direction of our work, our support for the Wells Reserve at Laudholm, and the goals of our little nonprofit? If so, please come to a BBQ dinner in the Barn on Thursday, Oct. 3 at 5 pm and stay from 6-8 pm for “an evening of small group discussion about the Trust and its mission.” This Oct. 3, can you come share YOUR expertise with us on the Southern Maine community and what it needs*? We need your input as we begin to write our next 5-year (maybe even 10-year) plan. Please RSVP by 9/25 so we can plan accordingly. FMI: 207-646-4521 or
Thursday, Sept. 26 Fall Immunization Day
Sponsored by Kennebunkport Public Health & Nursing Service, 8:30-10 am at the Village Fire Station, 32 North Street, Kennebunkport. Flu Vaccine: $15. High Dose Flu Vaccine: $28. Pneumonia Vaccine: $70. Covered under Medicare B. Please bring your card.
Friday. Sept. 27 Roast Beef Supper
St. John’s Masonic Temple Association in South Berwick will host a roast beef supper from 5 to 6:30 pm. Cost is $8 for adults, $3 children under 12.
Fifty-Cent Clothing Sale
St. George’s Episcopal Church, 3 Emerson Street in Sanford, will hold their semi-annual fifty-cent clothing sale on Friday, 9 am to 3 pm and again on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 9 am to 2 pm. Free blood pressure screening will be available. FMI: 207-324-8119.
Young Widow and Widowers Group
Starting Sept. 27, 6:30 p.m. at Cancer Center in Sanford. The Center for Grieving Children will now be offering a monthly support group for individuals age 60 and younger who have experienced the death of a spouse or partner. Pre-registration is required. Contact Janice Zurlo at 207-775-5216 or email to Janice@ cgcmaine.org.
Saturday, Sept. 28 Ham and Bean Supper
4-6 pm at the First Congregational Church of Eliot, 1361 State Road. All you can eat - Adults $9, Children $2, under age 5 - free.
Peace is Possible and Inevitable
Join in prayer for a lasting peace and
a discussion on how to get there. Informal Dinner at 6 pm, followed by discussion at 7 pm. Topics are inspired by the Baha’i Faith. FMI: Ronald.Tomanio@gmail.com or 207-752-1319.
Begins this Saturday at the First Parish Federated Church at 7 pm.
Baked Bean & American Chop Suey Supper
The members of the First Congregational Church of Kennebunkport are pleased to announce they will host a baked bean & American chop suey fund raiser supper on from 5-6:30 pm in the church’s Ober Hall at 141 North St. The dinner is open to the public and costs are $8 per adult, and $4 per child under age 12. This supper will benefit the church’s operating fund which not only helps the church, but, aids in outreach into the community as well. FMI: 207-967-3897 or www.firstchurchkennebunkport.com.
All-You-Can-Eat Bean Supper
Madonna Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will host their monthly All-You-Can-Eat Bean Supper from 4-6 pm at the West Kennebunk Masonic Hall, Main Street, West Kennebunk. The cost is only $7 for adults, $5 for children ages 5 - 12, with children under 5 free. FMI: 207-332-2134.
Fall Festival Fair
Sanford UU’s Annual Fall Festival Fair will be held from 10 am to 3 pm at the Nasson Community Center, 457 Main Street in Springvale. Free admission and free child care. FMI: 207-324-3191.
6-7:30 pm at Saint David’s Episcopal Church, 138 York Street (Route 1 South), Kennebunk. Another PayWhat-You-Can/Pay-It-Forward Community Supper. FMI 207-9853073.
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NEW 2013 FUSION 4 DOOR
You’ll ALWAYS do better at Starkey’s!
MSRP WAS $22,495 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -2,000 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500 FORD CREDIT FINANCING REBATE -500
NOT A LEASE!
• Loaded with power windows, locks & mirrors • Remote keyless entry • CD/MP3 player • Advancetrac traction control *84 months at 5% with $2,995 down with approved credit
NEW 2013 C-MAX HYBRID SE
MSRP WAS $25,995 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -1,500 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500
WOW • Loaded with equipment • Gets 43 miles per gallon • Advancetrac with RSC • AM/FM & CD/MP3 player • Remote keyless entry • Dual-zone electronic auto climate control
MSRP FACTO DISCOU
*84 months at 5% with $2,995 down with approved credit
NEW OR USED
NEW 2013 FOCUS 4 DO
NOT A LEASE!
• 36 Miles per gallon • Air conditioning • Power windows, locks & mirrors • CD & MP3 player
*84 months at 5% with $2,995 down with approved credit
NEW 2014 ESCAPE 4 DO
WOW • Loaded with power windows, locks & mirrors • Remote keyless entry • CD/MP3 player • Personal safety system
MSRP FACTO DISCOU RECEN GRAD R FORD C ING RE
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WOW • Loaded • 7 Passenger with third seat • Auxiliary heat & AC • Advancetrac with RSC • Trailer sway control • AM/FM & CD/MP3 player
U.S. Route 1 South ~ Exit 7 off I-95 in York, ME 1-877-395-FORD or 1-207-363-2483
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MSRP WAS $16,995 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -2,000
CAPE 4 DOOR
MSRP WAS $23,595 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -2,090 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500 FORD CREDIT FINANCING REBATE -500
LORER 4 DOOR
V6, 61K Miles, 6-Speed Auto, Leather, Moonroof, Stk#3070A
4 Door, Only 24K Miles, V6, 6-Speed Automatic, Stk#3136PA
2007 Chevrolet Silverado 3500
2011 Ford F-350 XLT
2 Door, Long Bed, V8, Only 21K Miles, Automatic, Stk#4122AA
$18,450 or $240/mo*
2 Door, Long Bed, V8, Flexible Fuel, 6-Speed Auto, Only 19K
Miles, Pristine In & Out, New Plow, Stk#4131A
2005 Toyota Highlander Limited
MSRP WAS $30,495 FACTORY REBATE DISCOUNT -2,500 RECENT COLLEGE GRAD REBATE -500
$23,450 or $305/mo*
2011 Toyota Camry LE
2 Door, Hatchback, “5-Speed Manual, Low Miles, Power Moonroof, Stk#3144PA
4 Door, Only 31K Miles, V6, 6-Speed Automatic, Leather, Third Seat, Stk#3150PA
2006 Volvo V50 2.4i
2007 Honda Pilot LX
$14,900 or $195/mo*
2013 Ford Explorer XLT
So. k r o Y / Berw 1 9 t R ick / $13,900 Rt 2 $6,900 36
V6, 5-Speed Auto, Leather, Sunroof, Third Seat, Stk#8113A
2013 Ford Explorer Limited
4 Door, V6, 5-Speed Automatic, Only 81K Miles, Stk#6580A
4 Door Wagon, Only 78K Miles, 5-Speed Automatic, Stk# 3179PA
4 Door, Only 25K Miles, V6, 6-Speed Automatic, Stk#3195PA
2008 Chevrolet TrailBlazer LT
2011 Honda Pilot EX-L
2013 Lincoln MKX AWD
4 Door, 4-Speed Automatic, Only 57K Miles, Stk#3160PA
4 Door, Only 29K Miles, V6, 5-Speed Auto, One Owner, Heated
4 Door SUV, Only 23K Miles, V6, 6-Speed Auto, Stk#3097PA
$12,999 or $170/mo*
$13,900 or $182/mo*
$13,900 or $182/mo*
Leather, Moonroof, Clean Carfax, Stk#3111PA
2008 GMC Savana G2500 Work Van
4 Door Sedan, Low Miles, 6-Speed Automatic, One Owner, Like
2003 Volkswagen New Beetle GLS
4 Door, Crew Cab, Short Bed, 4-Speed Automatic, Stk#4133A
2011 Hyundai Tucson GLS
2007 Ford Escape XLT
3 Door, V8, Only 69K Miles, 4-Speed Auto, Stk#3178PA
4 Door, 31K Miles, 6-Speed Automatic, 4x4, One Owner, Full Warranty, Stk#3098A
$19,900 or $259/mo*
4x4, Very Low Miles, Loaded
* Payment based on 72 months at 4.99% APR with 20% down cash or trade.
Online @ www.StarkeyFord.com
Sanford / Rt 109
So. ork Berw Rt 91 / Y ick / Rt 2 36 S
2011 Hyundai Veracruz GLS
2009 Ford Flex SEL
No. Berwick / Rt 4
2007 Ford F-150 XLT
CUS 4 DOOR
usedSanford vehicle / Rt 109 clearance Wells I-95
No. Berwick / Rt 4
SHOP & S BUSINEUPPORT LOCA CAN GIV SSES SO WE L E BACK COMMU TO OUR NITY!
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~ Where To Dine ~ 1000 Route 1 York, Maine 03909 1-207-363-4721
seafood and GriLL
Visit The Lobster in the Rough (Behind The Barn)
Outside Family Dining
“Lobsters the Way They Should Be”
Under the Pines or in our 200-seat Pavilion
Daily Specials Live Music 3 Bocce Ball Courts 3 Horseshoe Pits
Something for Everyone: Endless Salad Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster Seafood • Prime Rib • Steaks Chicken • Burgers • Pasta Children’s Menu Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts
Enjoy Fall at Five-O
Also... Lobster Bakes for Bus Tours, Reunions, Corporate Outings, Weddings, Rehearsals, Any Party Large or Small
Inspired Cuisine, an Intimate Setting & Stellar Service
Sunday Brunch enjoy selections from our delicious à la carte brunch menu. Served 9am-1pm.
Open Mid-May through Mid-October
OPEN ALL YEAR!
Celebrating the “Love is the MAINE ingredient” 20th Season of Amore
Italian Wine Dinner at Caffé Prego on October 10th Join us at Caffé Prego on thursday, october 10th for an italian themed Wine Dinner featuring italian wine. Dine al fresco on the patio under a heated awning. $69 per person (includes tax and gratuity).
A Contemporary American Bistro
OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM-1PM
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Featuring Annabelle’s Ice Cream! Be sure to Delicious Lattes & Cappuccinos, Chowder, Lobster Rolls, Panini, Salads and More!
Sea s o n
Open 7 days at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com
309 Shore Rd, Ogunquit, ME (207) 646-6661
Inside or Patio Near the entrance to Perkins Cove. Seating, Take Out On-site parking available.
256C - September 13, 2013
Days A Week Open 7 Lunch & Dinner 124 Ocean Avenue Kennebunkport (207) 967-2562
Here b H before f six i ttoday? d ?
Early Dine $899
Try an entrée from our Early Dinee selection Mon-Thurs until 6PM. *See server for details.
Richard’s Seafood Restaurant Top Quality Seafood
In our view, the best food on the beach. OPEN DAILY
Sun and Surf Enjoy fresh swordfish, scallops, fried clams, and of course, the best breakfast and lunch on the beach.
3 COURSE DINNER $19.99 SUN.-THURS.
Fresh Fish Dinner Specials Daily On the ocean on Long Sands Beach. Across from The Anchorage. 264 Long Beach Avenue, York Beach • (207) 363-2961
for more than 47 years
Every Monday Night 4-8PM
Join us for a fun-filled night with games or crafts, and meet Andy the Armadillo
8OZ. SIRLOIN DINN ER
served wit 2 made-froh your choice of m-scratch side
Free Appet Appetizer tizzeer
with purchase of entrée! *Not valid with any other offers. Excludes the Combo Appetizer.
47 Fox Run Rd, Newington, NH
HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET
Roast Turkey, Chicken Parmesan Over Spaghetti, Stuffed Haddock 1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 646-8561 / Open Tuesday-Sunday SERVING LUNCH & DINNER
Chef Jason Grant prepares unusual specials to delight your palate including Waygu Steak and Lobster (Surf ‘n’ Turf), Pan Seared Halibut, and Veal Chop with Mushroom Napoleon.
In Season Menu...
Check out the tempting items on the In Season Menu, including Whole Snapper, Seared Duck, and Seared Scallops and Figs.
Early Bird Special...
3 Course dinner for $21.95 pp until 5:45 p.m. 207-641-2780 • 261 Shore Road, Ogunquit Open Seven Days / Week 5 p.m. to Close Make reservations online: www.katiescafeonshoreroad.com
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide WELCOME BACK MEMORIAL BRIDGE!!
HAPPY HOUR 4-6
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MONDAY - $8.99 BBQ SPECIALS
Saturday & Summer SundaySavings Savings Friday,Friday, Saturday & Sunday
$25 or more
Appetizers, entrees, desserts or any combination of the three! You choose from any food item(s) on the menu totaling $25 or more and we’ll take $5 off!
TUESDAY - $2 OFF ALL DRAFT BEERS
1/2 PRICE BURGERS
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Manager Signature Required__________________________________________________ (PH) WS
CHEAP DATE NIGHT
Monday - FridaySavings from 11:30 - 3:30 Monday - Friday from 11:30 - 3:30
Lobster Roll & Fries Only$11
1/4 lb. Lobster Roll & Fries Just $11
A deal like this is hard to beat!
Limit of 4 lobster rolls per coupon. Limit 2 coupons per party. You must present coupon before ordering. Not valid on takeout orders. Not good with any other coupon or discount. Not valid with package menus. No cash value. Tax not included. Not valid on Holidays. Expires8/31/13 9/30/13 Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Expires
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Fisherman’s Catch Restaurant
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EAT, SLEEP & STAY AT THE BEACH! Blue Horizon Motel - 3 Night Special - Stay 2 Nights/3rd Night 1/2 Price (207) 646-3178 (207) 646-4155 • 35 Mile Road, Wells, Maine
Right next to Blue Horizon Motel. Family owned property for 33 years!
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A ONE-MAN HENRY VIII MUSICAL!
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide e e Get-togethers
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We offer a menu arranged with culinary brilliance, boasting fresh, local seafood, and mouth-watering steaks such as our peppercorn demi-glazed filet. Our new Asian inspired dishes will enliven your senses, try the linguini with garlic infused aioli. Savory sandwiches, and plenty of kid-friendly foods will keep everyone satisfied. Our full-service bar is open, enjoy specialty frozen drinks or a relaxing cocktail. Be sure to stop by our front desk and ask about our live entertainment schedule!
$ Roost Cafe & Bistro
Limit one coupon per customer per visit. Not valid with pre-made other offers or discounts. Exp. 8/31/13.
Dinner served 5 to 9 p.m. Casual attire required. ANY SIZE
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Ideally located with breath-taking ocean views at the Anchorage By The Sea Resort, Surf Point Grill is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks throughout the day!
Fall Hours ~ Friday, Saturday and Sunday Breakfast/Lunch/Brunch 8 AM to 2 PM Dinners ~ Wednesday - Sunday 5 PM to Close Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
small or large scoop
Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern
207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266 www.roostcafeandbistro.com Remember we have plenty of parking!
Great dining spot for couples and families alike! K! C A B SPECIAL IT’S THE SENIOR MENU pumpkin
Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant! Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com
• Maine Shrimp Casserole • Baked or Fried Haddock • Chicken Shortcake • Maine Meatloaf • Open Faced Prime Rib
Open 7 Days A Week
Breakfast / Brunch 8-2:30 Dinner / BAR 5:30-Close
Traditional, refreshing New England cuisine
in a casual, elegant atmosphere with unparalleled service.
Route 1 North, Wells Open Daily Lunch & Dinner From 11am Breakfast Buffet Saturday & Sunday 8am-11am
335 Main St/Rt 1, Ogunquit
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Our award-winning team of chefs create sumptuous entrees using only the best produce and the ﬁnest aged beef, freshly caught seafood, and Maine’s very own lobsters.
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~ Where To Dine ~
wine & beer
wine & beer
44 Shore Road 207.646.7734 www.caffepregoogt.com Open Thu-Mon. Call for hours. Free parking & wireless internet service.
Enjoy dining outdoors under the heated awning on our patio.
Ogunquit’s Original Italian Caffé
Restaurant in Wells
Open 5pm Seven Days
www.joshuas.biz 57C - September 20, 2013
Nancy’s Breakfast Place Home of Nancy’s Catering
Start the day with a delicious homemade breakfast. Vegetarian dishes, pancakes, omelettes and so much more! Charming, spacious dining rooms, friendly servers, and wonderful food. Mention this ad and receive a 10% Discount off your bill.
207-641-2813 • Serving Breakfast 7 Days 7am-Noon Located at the Admiral’s Inn on Route 1 in Ogunquit
KIDS ARE BACK IN SCHOOL, LEAVES HAVE BEGUN TO CHANGE AND AGGIE’S HAS APPLE CRISP AND PUMPKIN ICE CREAM! FALL IS IN THE AIR!
106 Agamenticus Rd, South Berwick, ME
MON.-FRI. 2-9 ~ SAT. & SUN. NOON ‘TIL 9
Our ice cream brings ‘em in, Our service brings ‘em back!
off the beaten pat h, but well worth the trip
Only 3 Shows! Don’t Miss This Incredible One-Man Henry VIII Musical! Clay Hill Farm Presents...
ANNIE S A Musical Journey into the Mind of a King book by Steeve Arlen
Best Selection of Irish Whiskeys in New England Best Happy Hour In Ogunquit!
Wed.-Sun. 4-6pm $3 House Wines and Well Liquors $1 Off Drafts $5 Burgers • 50¢ Wings Friday Night is Fish Fry All You Can Eat $9.99 Friday @ 7pm: Open Mic Saturday Night @ 8pm: Live Entertainment Sunday @ 5pm: Irish Seisun
369 MAIN ST, OGUNQUIT 207.251.4335 WWW.ANNIESIRISHPUB.COM
music & lyrics by
“SUPERB DINING AND A STELLAR PERFORMANCE”
“SIMPSON HOLDS EVERYONE’S starring ATTENTION “SIMPSON CAPTIVE!”HOLDSKirk
-York Weekly EVERYONE’S ATTENTION Simpson CAPTIVE!” -York Weekly
Donald Eugster & Steeve Arlen orchestration & sound by Bob Summers directed by Joe Keach-Longo
Now until Oct 7 • 7pm Monday Nights Tix $15 with A La Carte Menu $30 Show Only
Limited Seating • Reserve Today! 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com
220 Clay Hill Road • Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit
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KENNEBUNK – WATERFORD GREENE CONDO Newly remodeled 3 bedroom, 3 bath end-unit. Hardwood and tile floors, granite countertops and stainless appliances. Newly finished second floor with bedroom, bath and walk-in closet. Convenient location close to town and area amenities.
30 Years in Real Estate Brokerage Call for a Free Opinion of Value
Office: 207-363-4300 Cell: 207-337-2921 firstname.lastname@example.org yorke realty
529 U.S. Route 1, Suite 101 York, Maine 03909
CYNDY THOMPSON, Associate Broker 183 Port Rd, Kennebunk, ME • (cell) 207.468.4273 207.967.9900 x256 • email@example.com
Each office is independently owned and operated.
LOOKING FOR A CAREER IN REAL ESTATE?
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SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 • 6-7PM
©2010 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell Banker is a registered trademark licensed to Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Equal Housing Opportunity (EHO logo). Owned and operated by NRT, LLC
96 Portland Street South Berwick, Maine 03908 Business (207) 384-4008 Mobile (207) 752-0407 Fax (207) 384-5930 Jerry.Tatlock@Century21.com www.century21barbarapatterson.com Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated
OPEN HOUSE: Sat., Sept. 21, 11AM-2PM 300 TURKEY ST., NORTH BERWICK, ME Spacious, well-maintained home with a spectacular wrap-around sun room, situated on an attractive, landscaped, 4 acre lot. Finished lower level, garage, circular paved driveway, workshop, and room to roam. REDUCED TO $229,000 • Refreshments •
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Directions: Route 4 to Lebanon Road, at 5 Corners to Turkey St.
EXIT Oceanside Realty 1217 Post Road, Wells, ME 04090 Office: 207-646-8333 Fax: 207-646-8269 www.exitoceansiderealty.com
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664 US Route 1, Wells, ME 04090 207-646-5336 x109 • Cell 207-337-4732 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s On Your Check List for a new Home?
(207) 646-8301 510 Webhannet Drive Moody Point / Wells, ME 04090 WELLS: Mill Pond 1-C Two bedroom year round condo. Bright & Sunny second floor unit. Pets allowed. $143,000
207-384-4663 436 Main Street South Berwick
REAL ESTATE GUIDE
WELLS: Seasonal cottage with fronted land on the wildlife reserve. Three bedroom, bath, on 7500 sq ft lot. Great rental history. Located just steps to Wells Beach. Call to schedule a showing today. $435,000 WELLS: Enjoy the sun, sand and surf. Year round cottage with three bedrooms and one bath. Ocean views from the front and Harbor views from the back. Walk across the street to the Beach. Very well maintained with great rental history. $574,000
207.384.4008 BarBara Patterson
WELLS: Barefoot #108 - Single family motel/condominium unit located at the new Barefoot Cottages complex. Only one of two units in the complex that is a single family unit. Sold furnished, good rental history. Call to set up a viewing. $235,000
Info@Century21BarBaraPatterson.Com 96 Portland street, south BerwICk, me 03908
W W W. C E N T U R Y 2 1 B A R B A R A PAT T E R S O N . C O M
Expanded Cape w/new roof in excellent condition. Plenty of BRs and storage, back deck surrounding pool, new farmer’s porch, open concept kitchen. LR and MBR have skylights and cath ceilings. Newly listed at $268,500
SOUTH BERWICK - OLD MILL
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~ News ~ Haitian Boys Choir Returns to York
YORK HARBOR – St. George’s Episcopal Church in York Harbor, Maine, is proud to present Les Petits Chanteurs, the world-renowned boys choir of École de Musique Ste Trinité (Holy Trinity Music School) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The choir, accompanied by a chamber ensemble from the Orchestre Philharmonique Ste Trinité (Holy Trinity Philharmonic Orchestra), will perform at St. George’s on Sunday, September 29, at 7 p.m. The visit to St. George’s
Religious News First Baptist Church of South Berwick
The church will be having a service of installation for a new Pastor, Scot t McPhedran on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 3 p.m. Refreshments and fellowship to follow in the church vestry.
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Come hear American Idol finalist Phil Stacey (www.philstacey. com) minister at Christian Life Church on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services. Stacey is a Recording Artist and Worship Leader. As one of the top five finalists on season six of American Idol, Stacey’s powerful voice caught the attanetion of more than 30 million television viewers each week, and it’s that musical gift combined with his passionate heart for God that fuels everyone of his songs. The church is located at 775 Harold Dow Hwy in Eliot.
is part of a month-long tour designed to focus awareness on the rich musical traditions of Haiti and the importance of the Music School in the life of the country. Holy Trinity is the only music school of its kind in Haiti, and its orchestras, choral groups and concert hall are gems of the country. The school, which offers music education to children of all economic classes through two locations in the Port-auPrince area, was destroyed in the devastating earthquake in 2010. The Music School continues its efforts to rebuild after that terrible natural disaster. The choir, founded in 1960, is a select group of singers ranging in age from 8 to 18. The boys audition as young as age seven, and continue through high school. The choir and music school have continually turned out musically gifted young adults and have contributed to the musical life of the country and the education of these fine young people. Les Petits Chanteurs first toured the United States in 1984. On the current tour, the choir will put on more than 30 concerts from Georgia to Maine and on the West Coast. This concert will be their third visit to York. Previous appearances in 2008 and 2010 were met with rave reviews. Through donations at the door, this musical event will
...CLASSES from page 10 Pat Wood’s class for returning regulars and novices who want to learn more about critique, as well as technique. That same morning, “Broadway Comes to Saco,” with Lorraine Masure, brings new Broadway classics to the classroom, and Jane Funkhouser helps participants capture their memories in “Writing Your Memoirs.” In the afternoon, Cynthia Renner focuses on the Renaissance through the 21st century as seen through paintings, photographs and sculpture, in “Portrait Artists and Subjects II.” Rounding out the Saco choices is Friday’s “Conversational French,” a chance for conversation for those who need to brush up on their language or just want a chance to ‘parlez francais’ with Norman Beaupre and friends. For those in the Springvale/Alfred area, The Brothers of Christian Instruction hosts a “Guide to the Enjoyment of Wine,” where on Tuesdays Fred Rice leads a survey of the great wine producing regions of France. On Wednesday morning, Anne Lamb and Gloria Day offer returning favorite “Bring a Book
to Breakfast.” This class, held at the Springvale Library, features discussions of best-sellers along with classics. Those attending the Anderson Learning Center at the Springvale location on Fridays can choose from a variety of offerings. Morning choices include “Open Art Group” with David Moberg, where students can work with watercolors, oil, acrylics, or pencil-charcoal at all skill levels, “Broadway Comes to Springvale,” where Lorraine Masure transplants her “Broadway Comes to Saco” course to the Anderson Learning Center, and “Writing Your Memoirs,” Fleurette Bannon’s always amusing class for anyone who has a memory to share. Rounding out the selections is the DVD-based “The Way They Were,” a historical perspective on the 1890s to 1920s, courtesy of Fred Boyle.
raise funds for the Holy Trinity Music School. A reception will follow the concert, and all are welcome to experience the joy that these boys bring to their music and audiences. St. George’s is located at 407 York Street (Route 1A), York Harbor, ME. For more information, call 207-363-7376. See St. George’s website, www. stgeorgesyorkharbor.org, for detailed directions. (courtesy photo)
Following one of Senior College’s famous pot-luck lunches, seniors can spend time with Ann Stevens and “Movies Old and New,” try their hand at genealogy with Bill Paschal in “Researching Your Family Tree,” study the mystery of an afterlife with the Rev. Don Smith in “Life After Death,” or take a scientific turn through “Where in the World,” where Brother Albert Heinrich helps participants learn ways to find your location (almost) anywhere on Earth. Students can register by sending in the forms via mail. Persons needing a registration form can call 282-4030 to have one sent to them. Forms, along with course details, are also available on the YCSC website: http:// yorkcountyseniorcollege.org. Registration closes September 17; classes begin the week of September 23 and run for 4-8 weeks.
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~ Pets ~ Another Chance Animal Rescue
NORTH BERWICK – Blue Bell Meet Blue Bell, a very blue DSH spayed female kitty about one and a half years old. Ms. Bell came into ACAR with two sweet tiny kittens, one has been placed; her little boy is waiting with his mom for the right family to give both or one of them a new loving family. Blue Bell is a little shy at first, (she had some hard times as an abandoned kitty) but she soon warms up to new people. Blue Bell is an indoor/outdoor kitty at her current foster home, a life style she seems to prefer. Blue Bell is current on all necessary vaccinations, has been front lined, wormed, passed her wellness exam, and is so ready to be adopted. Ms. Blue Bell will do well with older children, small
non aggressive dogs and other house cats. In addition to our featured pet of the week, Ms. Blue Bell, ACAR has a large selection of young kittens many are already neutered or spayed, a reasonable number of teen kittens, a crew of young adults, a nice group of adult cats and a growing number of older adult cats also looking to you for new loving families of their very own. Adoption hours are Saturday 10:00 a.m. ~ 2:00 p.m. and by appointment during the week. Location: 37 Market Street in the village of North Berwick and at our newest adoption quarters located on 251 Route 4 in Sanford, Maine. Rabies Clinic Sunday, Oct. 6, 9 am to noon at the North Berwick Community Center, Lebanon Road in North Berwick. $10 per vaccination. Please… ALL cats must be in crates and ALL dogs must be on leashes. All towns and states are welcome! Please Help Cat Food Needed!
We are spending a fortune on can cat/kitten food, dry cat/ kitten food and Cedarific cat litter just to take care of the basic day to day needs. We are looking to the public to help us by dropping off these very basic items so we may continue to meet our mission. We have a drop box at the Hannaford’s in Wells or at Another Chance (37 Market Street, North Berwick) MondaySaturday. Any and all help is truly appreciated. Thrift Store Hours Monday-Friday 10 AM-5 PM, 10 AM-2 PM on Saturdays. Other hours “By Chance” One hundred percent of the profits benefit the animals in our care. Donations of items are always welcomed. Please note that donations of goods are accepted Monday through Thursday & Saturdays.
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Please drop off 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday, Safe Haven recycles: A Planet Aid box is next to our ramp for old clothes, shoes, sheets, blankets, handbags and stuffed animals. Returnable bottles: Please drop off your returnables in the new bottle shed in our rear parking lot. They really add up and pay for a lot of food and litter. Thanks! Kitty food drive donations: We need Friskees poultry-flavored canned cat food. The kitties won’t eat the 9 Lives donations. We appreciate all donations but
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need Friskees brand desperately!! Thanks for understanding! Anastasia II Anastasia II is our newest arrival. This dear kitty was in a real pickle. Her owner could no longer afford her vet care and was considering euthanasia. She was in such terrible pain you couldn’t touch her hindquarters. She passed blood and worms when she used her litter box. Despite being full, we took her in and rushed her to the vet. She had an acute urinary tract infection, bladder stones, tapeworms and urine scald, which made her skin burn. She stayed in the hospital overnight and reSee SAFE HAVEN page 36...
Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK – AWS Humane Action League The Humane Action League is an after school program at the Animal Welfare Society on Holland Road, West Kennebunk. Students spend an hour and a half after school, once a week, for eight weeks with the Humane Educator. The program is designed to give students who love animals an opportunity to learn more about the workings of an animal shelter and an introduction on how to become involved in animal welfare issues. At the start of the program the students will create and sign an agreement with each other about acceptable behaviors, as well as, goals for the eight weeks. Tuesday’s program is held from 2:30-4:00pm for students 12-14 years of age. Thursday’s program is held from 3:00-4:30pm for students 9-11 years of age. There is a $65 fee for this program, Registration for each program opens one month before the start date and is first come first serve. Workshop space is limited. Visit www.animalwelfaresociety.org to register. Doo Little Meet Doo Little, a 6-year old German Shepherd. Doo Little is a fun loving fellow who’s always ready for a good game of fetch. Toss a tennis ball and he’ll bound after it, only to come back with it shortly so you can throw it again. He is quickly becoming quite the ball chasing expert. Doo Little is quite friendly too and would be happy to share a new home with other dogs and respectful children. Doo Little’s playful nature and friendly personality would make him a welcome addition to practically any household. If you’ve got rogue tennis balls in your home that need wrangling, then stop on by the shelter today to meet Doo Little. Ursula Ursula, a name that might imply villainy and being rather mean, particularly to fans of Disney films. But this Ursula is anything but. Ursula is a 4-year old medium-haired cat. She is a
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very sweet and affectionate girl, even if she doesn’t always want to show it. In new surroundings and around new people, Ursula can be a bit timid and may want to find a cozy spot to hide in. However, with a little time and some attention she’ll come out of her shell and show how much of a darling she is. When she knows she’s found a friend, Ursula becomes a cuddly, furry delight. She would be happy to share a new home with other cats and respectful children, as long as both can give her space when she wants it. If you’ve been looking for a darling, soft, kind cat to add to your home, then Ursula just might be the one for you. Stop on by the shelter today to meet her. Victoria Victoria is a gorgeous, adult Mixed Rabbit looking for a new home to call her own. Victoria is a curious little critter who likes to pay attention as people come to meet her, but might shy away from a lot of commotion. Providing her with a habitat filled with all the rabbit necessities and giving her daily attention will break her out of her shell and make her into a great companion. If you’d like to adopt Victoria, stop on by the shelter today to meet her. Calendar of Events September 28 (Sat) - Join the Mobile Adoption Team (MAT) and the House of Hazen for a Canine Fashion Show at Huntington Common, 1 Ross Road, Kennebunk to benefit AWS at 2pm.
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SPORTS Golf for the York High School Athletic Hall of Fame YORK – Help support the York High School Athletic Hall of Fame by enjoying a round of golf at the beautiful Cape Neddick Country Club in Cape Neddick. Gather your team and enjoy a fun, 4-person scramble on Sept. 21 (Raindate: Sept. 22) with a 9:30 a.m. Shotgun start. Tournament fee is $100 per person which includes 18 holes of golf, prizes, cart and BBQ luncheon following the round. Prizes will be awarded to 1st,
2nd and 3rd place teams (gross & net), while individual contests include, longest drive, closest to the pin, and straight drive for both men and women. In addition, a raffle with generous offers from contributing local businesses will provide opportunity for many. To register, call 207-3631040 or mail roster and check (Payable to YHSAHOF) to: Robin Cogger, York Parks & Recreation Department, 186 York Street, York, ME 03909.
Sign up while space permits. The YHS Athletic Hall of Fame committee is seeking to raise awareness and necessary funding to continue recognizing outstanding athletic accomplishments by YHS athletes, coaches, administrators, and special contributors. For more information about the York High School Athletic Hall of Fame, visit our website at www.yorkhsmainehof.org or contact Ted Welch, YHS Athletic Director, 207-363-3621.
Berwick Academy’s Boys’ Soccer
White drove a corner kick towards the far post, and the lanky Sherbahn elevated above the crowd to knock the header back across the goal mouth and into the opposite top corner. Will Grant played well in the backfield for Berwick, and Andrew Hawkins contributed a solid effort from his holding midfield position. Erik Wisniewski (four saves) opened his senior year with a clean sheet in net.
In the 72nd minute Kat Reid of Dover, N.H., got the final goal of the game.
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B e r wi c k Ac a d e my’s b oys’ soccer team outlasted a game group from the Governor’s Academy to post a 1 – 0 win in its home opener recently. The teams battled through a rainy first half to a scoreless draw before lightning forced an extended intermission. The Bulldogs demonstrated an improved possession game and were more disciplined in the defensive end than they had been earlier in the week. D e x t e r D o u c e t t e , Tr e v o r Schaepe, and Andrew Hawkins were effective in the midfield while Zach Flinkstrom and Colin Gaynor worked the wings. Gaynor also delivered some solid scoring opportunities with his service from the corner. When the teams returned to the field following the storm delay Berwick seemed to have the extra fire. Schaepe joined Emile Lebel, Will Grant, and Seth Wyskiel in the backfield, Stephen Sherbahn moved into the center of the field, and Alex Katz and Stephen Terenzio provided energy and pressure up top as the Bulldogs pressed forward. Sherbahn finally broke through in the 75th minute with a 25-yard drive that knuckled below the Govs’ keeper to give Berwick the winning margin, his third tally of the season. Erik Wisniewski had three saves for the Bulldogs en route to his second shutout. Berwick now stands at 2-0-0 overall. The Governors are 0-1-0. Berwick faces three league opponents next facing Lexington Christian Academy, Bancrof t School and Concord Academy. The Bulldogs earlier outlasted the Highlanders of the Pingree School 2-0 on a day when both squads were battling the heat index as much as the opposing team. Neither side played particularly well in the opening half, and possession was generously handed back and forth, but the Bulldogs did open their scoring account with a pretty goal from Stephen Sherbahn at the 20 minute mark. The quality of play for both teams improved after the intermission, and Pingree sent several deep balls into Berwick’s end only to come up empty. With just under 10 minutes remaining Sherbahn struck again, this time through the air. Marshall
Berwick Academy’s Girls’ Soccer SOUTH BERWICK –
The Berwick Academy girls’ soccer team traveled to Groton for its second match of the season against a strong Groton team on a very wide field, dropping a 4-0 decision. Ber wick struggled early to step out of its defensive end and Groton scored on a good shot from outside the 18 yard area in the ninth minute. Just minutes later the host team extended the lead to 2-0 off another good shot and got its third goal at the 20 minutes mark. While the Bulldogs were chasing the ball for most of the remaining time, they worked hard, particularly in the second half as they put Groton under more pressure and good things started to happen. Senior Torieana St.Pierre of Portsmouth, N.H., had 10 saves in net and conceded only one goal in the second half. The Bulldogs are now 1-1. Berwick opened the season with a win at home against Cushing Academy. The Bulldogs’ depth was tested with injuries and temperatures close to or over 100 degrees. The coach subbed regularly and got great play from the whole team. Berwick held a 21-4 advantage on shots and an 11-1 advantage in corners. The Bulldogs opened the scoring in the 24th minute off a penalty kick by Brooke Downey of Eliot. Cushing struck back in the 48th minute when the ball was crossed from the left flank and a Cushing striker got there just before St. Pierre. In the 55th minute Caroline Hernon of Hampton carried the ball into the 18 and tucked it into the lower right corner to put the Bulldogs up 2-1. Three minutes later the Bulldogs were awarded another penalty kick and Emily Borkowski of Wells scored to make it 3-1.
Marshwood High School Field Hockey SOUTH BERWICK –
The Marshwood High School field hockey team posted three victories recently allowing their Western Maine Class A opponents just a single goal. The victories pushed the Hawks to 4-1 for the season going into a Wednesday game against Bonny Eagle. The Hawks blanked Biddeford 2-0, bested Westbrook 2-1` and shut out Thornton Academy of
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Winners Announced for Pumpkinman Triathalon
Paratriathlete John Young of Salem, MA, being cheered to the finish line by the Marshwood High School Football team. (photo by Eric Randall)
SOUTH BERWICK – Matt Russell and Mike Caiazzo took center stage during the Pumpkinman Triathlon Festival last weekend. Russell won the half iron distance race in a course record time of 3:51:53 on Sunday. Caiazzo, the runner up in the 70.3 mile race, won the sprint event in a time of 58:14 on Saturday. The win was the fourth Pumpkinman title of Caiazzo’s career. Connor Jennings finished the sprint in second place for the second consecutive year. He was followed closely by Cameron Piper and Brett Hellstedt, both of whom recently qualified for their licenses as professional tri-
athletes. Professionals Nathan Buttrick, Timothy Tapply, and Marshwood High School teacher, Vinny Johnson, finished third through fifth respectively in the half iron. Jessica Barton edged former champion Catherine Sterling in the women’s sprint event. The finish was one of the closest in the event’s history as only seven seconds separated the two. Nicole Pisani, Andrea Cox, and Robin Sandos all finished in the top five. Amanda Kourtz, 2012 Pumpkinman Half runner See WINNERS page 36... OUTLOOK
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LEE R HANSEN Quality Custom Homes & Remodeling from Design to Finish Additions • Roofing • Windows Siding • Decks • Kitchens • Bath Over 30 Years Experience Fully Insured 80 Cranberry Street, Wells
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STEVE ENRIGHT MASONRY Brick, Block or Stone Fireplaces, Chimneys, Chimney Re-lining, Wood Stove Hearths, and Repairs.
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~ Classifieds ~ ITEMS FOR SALE BILLYGOAT LEAF VACCUUM 27” 6hp with hose kit and new bag. Great Deal @ $600 207-351-7678 (2) 4 FT X 8 FT CUSTOMMADE TRAIN TABLES. Never used. Folding legs. $125 each or both for $225. 207-694-1623
PERSONAL ASSISTANCE TRUSTWORTHY RETIREE will 1) shop for groceries, hardware, dept. store items. 2) make deliveries. 3) play checkers, scrabble, cribbage & other card games. 4) drive to/ from airport, mall, theater & other dest. 5) do small odd jobs. Try me out! Very reasonable. Call Paul 207-363-0519 or 207-240-6168 HOME CARE Heartfelt Home Care The key to your independence. Compassionate, personal care. Meal prep, light house keeping, shopping. Hourly & daily rates. Call Teresa: (207) 337 - 0991
Offering Caring, Senior Home Health Care
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THE STUFF PEOPLE will remove your unwanted yard sale items! (disposal fees may apply) Call 207-219-3433 to schedule a pick-up time.
CAT LOST in area of Pleasant St. in North Berwick. Black and white male. No collar. Answers to George and very friendly! Family heartbroken. Please call 207-351-5016
LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: email@example.com
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE ~ Downsizing, Estate, Moving ~ Furniture, Housewares, Linens, Bicycles, Etc. 579 Post Road, Wells Fri 9/20 & Sat 9/21 • 8am-12pm
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FIREWOOD / PELLETS DRY FIREWOOD $265/CORD 207-676-8458 SEASONED FIREWOOD Quality & Quantity Guaranteed $265/Cord ~ Green $220/Cord Free Local Delivery 207-337-0773 DRY 16” FIREWOOD Cut, Split & Delivered $265 / Cord 207-439-5974 GREEN FIREWOOD Cut To Order $200/Cord 207-409-6567 MOULTON’S FIREWOOD “Quality & Quantity is our Priority” $200 / cord Green $265 / cord Seasoned Berwick, Maine 207-651-7584 DRY FIREWOOD $265 Cord Delivered 207-361-1139 PAUL THURSTON FIREWOOD SINCE 1985 Dry Firewood $265/cord Full Cord Guaranteed Call Any Time 207-985-3577
PLUMBING & HEATING
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BOREALIS BREADS FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME RETAIL Strong customer service skills and ability to work weekends are a must. Apply in person at Borealis Breads 1165 Post Rd, Wells, Me
TOPSOIL / LOAM
TOPSOIL Blended with shellfish compost. It’s not too late in the season to rebuild your lawn with our special blend of organic topsoil/loam and shellfish compost. Don’t get fooled by those others that blend with compost derived from sewage treatment plants. There are very few that blend their loam with shellfish compost.
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in Wells is recruiting for the following position:
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PLUMB NEW DEPTHS IN YOUR LIFE! Creative nonfiction writing workshop will give you important writing tools to access a richer vision of your life. Thursday evenings, 7 - 9, Sept.19, bi-monthly, through Dec. 12. $200 (total). Payment in full required Sept. 19. In Portsmouth. Call Sue, 207-475-8602.
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MATH TUTOR High School & College Over 35 Years Experience Reasonable Rates Call Neal 207-251-2657
HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE Are You Compassionate? Our CAREGivers’ compassionate care has made us the leading provider of non-medical services to older adults. Join us in making a real difference in their lives – and yours. Flexible P/T morning, afternoon, evening, or overnight hours. Immediate openings in York, Kittery, Eliot and throughout York County. Home Instead Senior Care Kennebunk: 207.985.8550 York: 207.363.6550
Sentry Hill of York Harbor is now hiring
C.N.A.s & P.S.S.s for 2nd and 3rd shift as well as per diem. We offer Medical, Dental and Health insurance coverage for 24+ a week. If you enjoy working with Seniors, take pride in your work, and want to make a difference in some very special peoples’ lives, please email your resume to: cathy.foley@ sentryhillyorkharbor.com
Clinical Director for Assisted Living We are looking for a Registered Nurse with management/supervisory and long-term care experience to fill this key position in our established retirement community. This person will have: excellent critical thinking and organization skills, knowledge of MDS processes, great communication skills and a positive can-do attitude. Please send your resume to: Mary Ellen Dunham Executive Director mary.dunham@ sentryhillyorkharbor.com or 207-363-4182 fax
Begin a rewarding career as a Comfort Keeper. Join us in providing excellent in-home non-medical care to area seniors. Responsibilities include personal care, meal preparation, companionship, and light housekeeping. Flexible full-time and part-time hours are available. Earned benefits include: • Dental and Vision Plan • AAA Membership • Paid Sick Leave • Year-End Bonus
Experience is always helpful, but not necessary. Our excellent training program helps all our caregivers become skilled professionals.
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1, 3 & 4 BR Rentals Available October 14, 1013 to May 14, 2014 No Pets / No Smoking 207-351-6797
3 BR Furnished House Oct. 14, 1013 - May 14, 2014 No Pets / No Smoking $950/mo + Utilities 207-351-6797 COMMERCIAL RENTALS #1 York Prime business location with an OFFICE FOR RENT! 525 sq ft, 1st floor, right off lobby, $750/mo. includes heat, electric, central A/C, and Conference Room. CALL 207-363-3819 ASAP!
EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND SUITES Prime Route One, Wells location. Offices with shared waiting area, kitchen and bath. Suites available at attractive terms. Newly remodeled building, handicap accessible. Ample, well-lit parking. Sign on incentives! Starting at $500/month, all inclusive!
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1200 SF office space in modern building on 1st floor with paved parking. Please call for details. Chick RE (207)439-8360 or (207)252-0752
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OGUNQUIT CENTER WINTER CONDO RENTAL Available Nov. 2, 2013 - May 1, 2014. 3 Bedrooms, fully furnished luxury condo w/ garage. No pets. Non-smoker. Includes: W/D, 50% of cable/phone/internet cost. $1050 plus electric & heating. Security & refs. (207)-216-4781.
WELLS 2nd Floor small one bedroom with 3/4 bath. One bay in garage available. $650/mo. + utilities. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath condo. Quiet area off Rt 1. $1100/mo. + utilities. 4 Bedroom 1-1/2 bath duplex with washer/dryer hook-up. $1100/mo. + utilities. Garnsey Bros. Rentals (207) 646-8301
YORK 1 BEDROOM APT With private bathroom and entrance. Walking distance to ocean. Fridge, microwave, flat screen cable TV/DVR, WiFi phone line, outdoor BBQ grill. Electric, heat, and cable included in rent. $650/mo. 207-363-3098 WINTER RENTALS OGUNQUIT Three bedroom, three bath Ranch style home w/ two car garage. $1,200 plus utilities. Four bedroom, three bath Colonial w/ two car garage. $900 plus utilities. Two bedroom, one bath Condominium w/ ocean views. $550 plus utilities. Ogunquit Rental Properties 207-646-1500 WELLS OCEANFRONT Oceanfront Crescent Beach in Wells. 2 BR sleeps 3. Fully furnished. Gas or elec heat. Deck. Fenced yard. Stairs to beach. Absolutely no pets or smoking. Security deposit. References & lease. $850/mo + utilities. Avail. NOW to 5/31. Call 603-692-2385
RENTALS WANTED WE NEED RENTALS! We have renters but not enough homes in York, Kittery, Eliot and S. Berwick. Call us to list your long term property for free. No obligations or restrictions! BILL JONES REALTY TEAM 207-636-7531 www.billjonesrealtyteam.com
FURNISHED ROOM - YORK Year round rental available NOW to mature female. Kitchen, laundry and utilities included, but no phone. No smoking or pets. $350/mo. Call 207-363-3312 WELLS STUDIO APT No smoking. No pets. Lease required. $575/mo. plus heat and utilities. 207-363-7655
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE FOR SALE Wells, Maine • $112,900 Park Model 1 BR & double loft. Offering LAND OWNERSHIP. Full bath & kit, porch & deck. Largest lot, no abutters, close to beaches. Youtube: 54 Bypass Rd, #7, Wells. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-485-5851 for a showing.
ANTIQUES WANTED TO BUY * Antiques * Silver * Gold * CHRIS LORD ANTIQUES
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Michael 251-0964 EQUESTRIAN SERVICES HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970
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TIMESHARE FOR RENT: 4/19 - 4/26/14. Two bedroom, 2 bath unit at the Ocean Reef Yacht Club in Freeport, Bahamas sleeps 6. Shuttle to the beach and grocery store. On bus line. Can be viewed at www.oryc.com. $750 ~ Also, a week banked with Interval Internation. Week is optional with many destinations to choose from. Contact Eileen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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South Berwick was recently named Best Small Town in Maine to Raise a Child by Bloomberg Business Week. Residents cited the school system, a sense of community involvement and the feeling of a safe environment. Lajoie is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Maine Chief of Police Association and is a respected voice in the Southern Maine District One Chiefs of Police. During this time as law enforcement executive he has helped secure hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant funding. Lajoie earned an associate’s degree in law enforcement and executive certification from the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. He is also a graduate of the Babson College Command School. Lajoie and his wife, Elaine, have been married for 37 years and have two grown children – Jamie and Jennifer. Lajoie can be contacted at SBPD1@hotmail.com or cell 603-767-5058.
South Berwick Police Chief Announces Candidacy for Sheriff
Dana P. Lajoie (courtesy photo)
SOUTH BERWICK – South Berwick Police Chief Dana P. Lajoie recently announced his candidacy for the position of Sheriff of York County. Dana Lajoie has been the chief of police for the past 25 years and is a lifelong resident of Berwick. During his four decades of law enforcement service, Lajoie has been selected to participate and lead numerous executive
groups such as the York County Jail Advisory Board, multiple regional dispatch consolidation committees and the Seacoast Emergency Response Consortium. He was chief of police liaison to the Bureau of Highway Safety and, in addition to his South Berwick duties, he served as the interim police chief for the Town of Berwick for a two-year period from 1997-1999.
Pierre assisted Sydney Jackman to put Marshwood on top 3-0 at the break. Noble opened its game against the Hawks with a decided advantage in possession and shots but failed to get anything in the net. St. Pierre scored with one minute left in the first half to give Marshwood the lead and Meagan McLean passed to St. Pierre, who scored again seven minutes into the second half to complete the scoring. Coach Luke Edgar said his team’s bench intensified the play in the second half, keeping the pressure on the Noble defense. Gorham maintained more possession which kept Marshwood chasing after the ball. But the Hawks capitalized on some long balls to get the win. Tanya Thomas and named most valuable player in the Ch-
everus game while Lydia St. Pierre and Hannah Folger won similar honors against Noble. St. Pierre, and Macy Morrison were MVP’s against Gorham.
...REVIEW from page 29 Saco 1-0. Lindsey Poirier and Claudia Folger scored first half goals for Marshwood against Biddeford and Karissa Boesch scored in the second half. Coach Lisa Truesdale noted “great overall play” by Jun Shin, Elaine Bachelder and Erica Connors against the Tigers. The game’s most valuable player award was shared by Suzannah Blass, Emily Kahler. It took overtime for the Hawks to get by Westbrook. An unassisted second half goal by Poirier sent the game into overtime and five minutes into the extra session, Boesch scored the goal on a centering pass from Ashley Tice. There was strong defensive play by Shin and Bachelder. Poirier scored a first half goal against Thornton and the MHS defense made it stand up for the
victory. The defense was sparked by Shin and Suzannah Blass. The defense limited Thornton to only two shots on goal.
Marshwood High Girls’ Soccer SOUTH BERWICK –
Mar shwood High School’s girls’ soccer team racked up a neat hat trick last week downing three Western Class Maine Class A opponents. The Hawks bested Cheverus High School of Portland 5-3, Noble High School of Berwick 1-0, and Gorham High School 3-1. Marshwood took the lead 17 minutes into the Cheverus game when Hannah Folger converted a pass from Lydia St. Pierre. Cour tney Stackpole assisted Hailey Tarr for a 2-0 advantage St.
Marshwood High Boys’ Soccer SOUTH BERWICK –
It been a tough stretch for the Marshwood High School boys’ soccer team as it has dropped a pair of decisions in Western Maine Class A action. The Hawks traveled to Portland to drop a 5-1decision to Cheverus. Marshwood’s goal was scored by Noah McDaniel. The Hawks also dropped a 4-0 decision to Scarborough on the road. Sam Leathe made 14 saves in the loss.
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