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Friday, September 27, 2013
Volume 9 • Issue No. 39
York Middle School First in Maine to be “Plugged In” By Brittany Davenport Contributing Writer YORK – On September 13, York Middle School (YMS) went down in history as the first school in southern Maine to be partially powered by solar panel energy. The “Plugging in” ceremony commemorated the start up of the 40 solar panels on the south facing rooftops. All groups and people who helped play a part in this vision were in attendance at the ceremony, including Senator Angus King, an avid supporter of clean and renewable energy for Maine. Representa-
York Middle School with three of the main speakers at the ceremony. From the left, Eric Hopkins, Senator Angus King, Principal David Williams. (courtesy photo)
tives from Efficiency Maine, Revision Energy and Maine Learning Technology Initia-
tive (MLTI), were also in attendance. Speeches were given by Principal Williams, Senator
King, and Eric Hopkins, chairman of the York Energy Efficiency Committee. The ceremony was dedicated to the late Cynthia Raymond, the co-founder of the York Goes Green Group. “She’s always been a mentor and inspiration to me,” said Hopkins. The week of the ceremony also marked Raymond’s 100-birthday celebration. “Her motto was to not complain, but to do something about it,” he added. The idea for solar panels on the roof of the middle school started in 2006, when Raymond and Hopkins wanted to put solar panels on the York li-
brary. “The cost of solar power energy was over $100,000 then, compared to $23,000 now,” said Hopkins. Throughout the years, Hopkins got together with volunteers interested in renewable energy for York County. The York Town Energy Efficiency Steering Committee and the York Goes Green Group measured and crated a baseline for energy performance. “I had vision and determination but there are so many people who donated their time and expertise, I was just so very grateful,” See SOLAR page 7...
Channel 13 Holds Pep Rally and Broadcasts from Wells High School WELLS – The roof rafters in Wells High School’s Ronco Gymnasium were being strained, perhaps raised just a little, beginning at 5 am on September 13 as the entire WHS student body was invited to show up dressed in their school colors of red, white and black to participate
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in WGME Channel 13’s School Spirit Challenge. From 5 a.m. till 7 a.m., students in the bleachers and all of the fall athletic teams, including the WHS Band readily accepted Channel 13 news anchor Jeff Peterson’s challenges to display some “spirited” team spirit and show how much they liked their school for an early morning television audience. News anchorman Peterson was at Wells High School with a television crew to do a live remote broadcast every 15 minutes from the school as part of Channel 13’s School Spirit Challenge during Daybreak this fall.
But there is more to the School Spirit Challenge than coming together and “firing up the troops” to root for their home team on live television. According to WGME’s website, “The program is designed to promote the community and good stewardship with students of high schools in Central and Southern Maine through an ongoing food drive to benefit the Good Shepherd Food Bank.” So, before WHS students came to the rally on Friday the 13th, they were encouraged to bring non-perishable food items to the gym for donation. And See RALLY page 5...
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With microphone in hand is Jeff Peterson of WGME Ch. 13 broadcasting from Wells High School on September 13th. Peterson and a cameraman are standing in front of boys and girls soccer teams. (Reg Bennett photo)
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The ceremonial groundbreaking included (left to right) SMMC Chief Medical Officer Mike Albaum, MD; Legislator and Mayor of the City of Biddeford Alan Casavant; SMMC President and CEO Ed McGeachey; Chair of the SMHC Board of Trustees Bernard Gaines; SMRT Project Architect Derek Veilleux and President of Ouellet Associates Mike Ouellet. (courtesy photo)
SMMC Breaks Ground on New Medical Office BIDDEFORD – Southern Maine Medical Center (SMMC) held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday, Sept. 29, for its new medical office building in the Robert G. Dodge Business Park located on Barra Road in Biddeford. The building, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014, will house offices for internal medicine, orthopedics, neurology and will include a rehabilitation
gym and services. This is the first stand-alone building that SMMC has built since erecting its facility at 13 Industrial Park Road in Saco 15 years ago. During the ceremony Bernard Gaines, chair of Southern Maine Health Care’s (SMHC) board of trustees, parent company for SMMC, announced that the trustees had voted to name See SMMC page 12...
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SANFORD – A Flag Dedication Ceremony will take place on Sunday, Sept. 29, at the Southern Maine Veterans’ Cemetery located at 83 Stanley Road in Springvale from 2-3 p.m. Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) Chapter 1044 of Sanford will be making a special flag presentation to Raymond Parent of the Southern Maine Vet-
erans’ Cemetery Committee. VVA Chapter 1044’s donation includes an American flag, a Maine State flag, a POW flag, and one for each of the six branches of military service. These will be placed on permanent display in the lobby of the visitors’ center. Honored guests and ceremony participants will be Sanford Mayor Maura Hurlihy and repre-
sentatives from the Sanford Veterans Committee: American Legion T.W. Cole Post #19, Am Vets Post #13, DAV Thomas W. Bazemore Post #19, Marine Corps League League Detachment 1341, Rolling Thunder Chapter #1, VFW Post #9935, VVA Chapter 1044, as well as other veterans organizations. The ceremony/dedication is open to the public.
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...RALLY from page 1 at the end of the school football season. This was the second stop for Peterson and his film crew in a program that plans a visit to a Southern or Central Maine high school every Friday from September 6 to October 25. This article was written by Reg Bennett, Public Information Officer of the WellsOgunquit Community School District.
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~ News ~ ...SOLAR from page 1 said Hopkins. After years of research, discussions with companies such as Revision Energy, Hopkins found a Grant program from Efficiency Maine in 2013. The company offered $200,000 in the grant pool for anyone in Maine. Hopkins worked closely with Zack Harding, the facilities manager of YMS, to write a proposal for the grant money. “By having a plugging in ceremony, showing a connection to green energy and how we can educate the community, these factors won us the grant,” said Hopkins. The grant amount of $23,000, covered 80 percent of the cost for the solar panels and the last 10 percent was covered by donations and fundraising. Principal David Williams was also an important attribute to gaining the support of the community. “He was welcoming and willing to work with us even though it was his first school year,” said Hopkins. By comparing the MLTI program at YMS to the cost and energy effectiveness of the
solar panels, the school board was happy to help. The panels generate about 13,000 kilowatt/ hours of electricity per year, offsetting energy used by the MLTI program per year. “The solar panels offset 600 laptops, that effectively run 8 hours a day while saving energy,” said Hopkins. Currently, the students can
look at the real time production of the solar panels year-round with a web-based tool capturing the amount of energy the panels are giving off. Students and teachers can also look at the production of electricity around the world and at other schools. The panels are now an energy saver for the school as well as a science lesson for stu-
With hopes for more renewable energy everywhere, Hopkins next goal will be to put solar panels on more schools in the New England area.
dents. “They can make a connection with the energy saved in school, around the world and bring it back to their home,” said Hopkins.
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~ News ~ North Berwick to Hold Community Garden Launch Days NORTH BERWICK – Community Garden Launch Days will be held Saturday, Oct. 5, and Sunday, Oct. 6 (rain date) at the North Berwick Elementary School (formerly North Berwick Primary School). Saturday work hours will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Volunteers are needed to set fence posts, fill raised beds with loam, and form walkways between the beds. Bring a picnic lunch, your garden gloves, tools, energy, and community spirit. The Community Garden is open to anyone who wishes to grow their own vegetables, herbs, and flowers. While rental fees will enable the garden to sustain its operating costs, the garden needs community effort to get it started. Many of our neighbors and local businesses have already donated their time and resources. Additional donations such as composted manure, seeds, mulch and straw are useful items that growers of
a limited income can use. In the first year there will be fifteen raised beds available for rent with space for potential future growth. A plot will be designated for Maine Harvest For Hunger to provide donations to local food pantries. The North Berwick Community Garden is now accepting applicants. Rental applications and general regulations will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking is available in the school parking lot. In preparation for a wonderful gardening experience, Noble Adult Education is offering gardening classes through February. Some topics include: Getting Started – Novice, Seed Starting, Organic Gardening, and more. For these classes, call Noble Adult & Community Education at 207-676-3223. For more information about the Community Garden, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lebanon Town Selectman, Ben Thompson, and SMGC Founding Member, Nancy Wyman, dedicate a maple tree in honor of original President, Ruth Fusillo. (courtesy photo)
LEBANON – Southern Maine Garden Club (SMGC) established in 1996, federated in 1998, held a rededication ceremony of a maple tree to founding club president, Ruth Fusillo. Ruth was the first President of the SMGC which maintains public gardens in southern Maine communities and meets throughout the year at the Springvale Library on the third Wednesday of every month beginning at 6:45 p.m. (unless otherwise noted). The public is invited to attend. The tree and plaque to Ruth Fusillo was originally loSee TREE page 27...
Petition Drive Reaches Tipping Point for Complex YORK – The Friends of the Greater York Recreational Complex, a volunteer group advocating for an indoor recreation complex with a swimming pool on town owned land on Bog Road in York, exceeded the 641 signatures required in a petition drive for the November referendum in less than three weeks. The petitioned question asks, “Shall the town vote to authorize the selectmen to negotiate and enter into an agreement, if feasible, to lease a portion of town-owned land on Bog Road with the Friends of the Greater York Recreational Complex for the purpose of allowing construction of a recreational complex, including indoor swimming, fitness and multi-purpose gymnasium facilities.” The petition was well received by the community and the question will likely be placed on the ballot in November. The York Town hall is in the process of conducting an official count of the signatures for the York Selectmen’s review. “Parents and seniors were lining up at our tables to sign the petition. We had very little time to gather the required signatures. In less than 3 short weeks, we exceeded the goal with over 700 signatures. The swimming pool project seems to be reaching a tipping point in the community,” said board President, Ray McMahon. To date, the volunteer organization has raised over $34,000 in funds for a feasibility study portraying the costs and income potential for the proposed recreation complex and architecture concept plans with Lassel Architects.. The feasibility study included a review of aquatic and recreation facilities around the country. Similar recreation centers were funded through generous donations from individuals
with the means that came forward wanting to make a difference in their community. The group is grateful to the businesses that supported the drive by allowing the group to setup tables, including the Bagel Basket, St. Joe’s Coffee, York Corner True Value Hardware, The Lobster in the Rough, and York Youth Football. They are thrilled with the continued support of Perkins Real Estate who is generously donating to the organization with every closing. This recreation complex is being designed, in part, to address the needs of York’s senior population and to provide safe and healthy opportunities for kids and teenagers to engage in after school and on weekends. In addition to indoor swimming pools, the group envisions an indoor multi-sport court that
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Goodall Hospital Celebrates 85 Years and the New Celebration Garden SANFORD – Community members recently joined Goodall Hospital board members, physicians and staff to celebrate the Sanford hospital’s 85th Anniversary. Henrietta D. Goodall Hospital opened on August 12, 1928 by Thomas Goodall in memory of his late wife Henrietta. Over the years the hospital has grown into a healthcare organization that employs nearly 900 individuals and serves greater York County. Goodall will soon merge with Southern Maine Medical Center to form Southern Maine Health Care to enhance and strengthen the services offered to our county and ensure that health care is offered in this region long into the future. Patsy Aprile, Goodall Hospital’s President and CEO, delivered the opening remarks from the new Celebration Garden, located in the center circle of the hospital main entrance. Work on the Garden began nine months ago when an old tree was taken down and the sewer line running under the circle was replaced. The Celebration Garden was made possible through the generous support of the William Oscar Emery Trust, which awards grants to charitable organizations located in Sanford for the specific purpose of beautifying the community. Local businesses, Springvale Nurseries and Heritage Memorials, did the majority of the work associated with the garden, which features beautiful walk-ways, splendid plantings of shrubs and plants around a Norwegian fir tree, which was planted by Salmon Falls Nurseries in the fall of 2012. In the center of the walk-ways is a meditative fountain which was donated by Jackie Desrochers in memory of her late husband, Roland. Other gracious donors include the Aprile Family, Isabel Schmedemann, Bonnie Deveau, Liz Dominick, Arlene Carroll and Terry Lacroix. Employees and community members To place your
were invited to have stones in the walk-ways engraved with names and messages which make the walk-ways that much more meaningful. Photo to right: Patsy Aprile, President & CEO of Goodall Hospital, welcomes board members, physicians, employees, and community members who gathered to celebrate Goodall’s 85th Anniversary and bless the hospital’s new Celebration Garden. The garden was made possible thru funds from the William Oscar Emery Trust. (courtesy photo)
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 nonprofit, 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.
Please consider your options carefully when choosing a plan on the health insurance marketplace. You are invited to learn more at our fRee COMMunITY eduCATIOn SeMInAR: THE HEALTH INSUrANCE MArkETpLACE AND MAINE COMMUNITY HEALTH OpTIONS WEDNESDAY OCTOBEr 23 AT 5:30pM York Hospital’s Henry Warner Building Lower Level Conference Room 16 Hospital drive, York, Me 03909 RSVP to York Hospital friendraising Office: 207-351-2385 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Who do you contact for more information? • To learn more about the Health Insurance Marketplace, available tax credits and income-based subsidies and how to make the decision that is right for you and your family, call York County Community Action at 207-324-5762. • for info about Maine Community Health Options, visit www.maineoptions.org or call 207-402-3330. • for questions about York Hospital, contact our friendraising office at 207-351-2385 or email@example.com or visit our website at www.yorkhospital.com/insurancemarketplace.
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Health & Fitness Light The Night Walk to be Held in York
YORK – Light The Night Walk is a non-profit event presented by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society that will take place on Saturday, Sept. 28 at the York Beach Ball Field at 5 p.m. This Light The Night Walk is a national event that commemorates lives touched by blood cancer, during which survivors carry white illuminated balloons, supporters carry red illuminated
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where today the organization is a national award-winning healthcare system employing 2,200 people that is projected to provide more than $33 million in uncompensated care to our communities next year. SMMC is merging with Goodall Hospital on January 1, 2014 and will be known as Southern Maine Health Care, a dynamic new regional healthcare system that will be the fifth largest in the state. McGeachey will continue to serve as SMHC’s president and CEO. Southern Maine Medical Center has medical offices in Biddeford, Kennebunk, Old Orchard Beach and Saco. To learn more visit www.smmc. org.
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Health & Fitness Color Your Plate the Color of Autumn Although the season of BBQs and picnics maybe be coming to an end, the American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, notes that the Autumn season brings a variety of seasonal fruits and produce that are good for the heart and the brain. “Fall is the perfect time to
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can Stroke Association, fruits and vegetables with color contain vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals that have different disease-fighting elements. These compounds may be important in reducing the risk of many conditions, including stroke – our nation’s No. 4 leading cause of death and leading cause of long term disability. The Association recommends at least 4-5 servings per day of fruits and vegetables based on a 2000 calo-
rie diet as part of a healthy lifestyle that can lower your risk for this deadly disease. “Your goal should be to see a rainbow of color when you look at your plate,” states Lindsey. “A diversity of color of healthy foods usually means a variety of health benefits that can lend itself to helping control weight, improve cholesterol and lower blood pressure.” Seasonal produce is often more abundant and more afford-
able—helping to take a strain off your pocketbook as well. By taking advantage of the season’s harvest, you can help you and your family be healthier. With nearly 78 million American adults obese and one in three children considered overweight or obese, it’s important to take control of your diet by making healthy choices. Obesity is a major—yet controlSee FOOD page 16...
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Genetics: The Future of Medicine Mon., October 14th at 6 p.m.
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Breast Cancer: Affirm Yourself for Life’s Challenges Thurs., October 17th at 6 p.m. Speaker and author Janet Edmunson, M.Ed. uses personal stories, affirming statements and discussion to find ways to stay positive and thrive in the midst of the difficulties of living with cancer or caring for someone with cancer. Register online at www.WDHospital.com or call (603) 609-6120.
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Health & Fitness Physical Therapy a Vital Part of Treatment and Recovery
Illnesses of the musculoskeletal system can result in temporary loss of mobility. But physical therapy can help to prevent those temporary problems from becoming permanent. The American Physical Therapy Association says physical therapists diagnose and treat individuals of all ages who have conditions that limit their abilities to perform functional activities. Limitations in mobility may result from injury or illness or be present at birth. Many physical therapists develop a plan to reduce pain and restore function through various treatment techniques with the ultimate goal of restoring a patient’s functional independence. Physical therapists are licensed healthcare professionals who must receive a degree from an accredited physical
therapist program before taking national licensure exams that enable them to open a practice or work in a facility. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts a 30 percent growth in physical therapy careers through 2018, which is a rate better than all other occupations. Unemployment rates for physical therapists are very low, and they are in high demand. Physical therapists employ various physical modalities to help with certain conditions. For example, a patient may be asked to perform various range-of-motion exercises to restore function to an injured part of the body. Physical therapists also may use heat, cold and electrical impulses to reduce pain and stimulate muscle function. Physical therapy sessions frequently include some form of massage as well. While athletes frequently rely on physical therapy as they recover from injuries, others can
benefit from physical therapy as well. For example, physical therapy may work in conjunction with other treatments for cardiopulmonary disease. The cardiopulmonary system delivers oxygen to active tissues, which plays an important part in movement. When the cardiopulmonary system is compromised, muscles and other tissues may not function as they should, and certain exercises and mobility therapies may be needed. Physical therapists also aid in improving physical ailments related to neurological diseases, such as cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease. Physical therapists may also help treat poor vision, poor balance and paralysis. Children who have learning disabilities related to a neurological or physical condition may benefit from certain forms
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of physical therapy. For example, vision problems can compromise academic performance, so physical therapy that aims to enhance visual tracking skills and strengthen the eyes in conjunction with corrective lenses may help youngsters, or even adult students, perform better in the classroom. Very often physical therapy will be recommended by a general doctor or an orthopedic surgeon as part of recovery from a surgery or a condition. The therapist may work in conjunction with another doctor to provide a program that helps foster a faster and safe recovery. Physical therapy tends to begin gradually and resistance is slowly built up as the body strengthens. The length of physical therapy will depend on the condition and the recommendation of the therapist and doctors overseeing the treatments. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.
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Health & Fitness Understanding the Liver and How To Keep It Healthy The human liver performs an array of functions. In addition to detoxification and protein synthesis, the liver also produces chemicals necessary for digestion. Understanding the role of the liver can help people make smart choices about keeping their livers healthy and avoiding disease. The largest glandular organ of the body, the liver weighs about three pounds and is divided into four lobes of unequal size and shape. The liver can be found in the right side of the abdominal cavity. A healthy liver will be a reddish-brown color. One of the main functions of the liver is to eliminate harmful biochemical waste products. Much like the kidneys, the liver
acts a filter for the body, helping to detoxify alcohol and certain drugs. It also helps clear the body of environmental toxins that may have been ingested. The liver also produces substances that break down fats. The liver turns glucose to glycogen, which serves as a secondary energy storage in the body. The liver produces urea, the primary compound in urine, and makes certain amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins. The liver also produces bile, which aids in the digestion and intestinal absorption of the fatsoluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. Bilirubin is the main bile pigment that is formed from the breakdown of waste substances in red blood cells.
Jaundice is one of the most recognizable warning signs that the liver may not be functioning properly. Jaundice is the yellow coloring of the skin, the sclera in the eyes as well as other mucous
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BUSINESS & FINANCE 4 Reasons to Plan Your Child’s College Funding Wisely
Generation after generation, parents have taught their children to prepare for college now, which often means in elementary school or even earlier. These days, financial experts like John McDonough are giving parents the same advice. “Can you afford the college that will give them the best chance in life? Will paying for their education force you to have to work well into your golden years? These are the questions I ask parents every day,” says McDonough, CEO of Studemont Group College Funding Solutions, CollegeFundingFreedom. com, which offers advice for par-
ents worrying about how to pay for their child’s education. “Many parents really don’t know how to begin answering these questions; they are afraid of walking into a financial situation that they won’t be able to safely walk out of. But the alternative – saddling their children with debt well into their 30s and 40s – is not an appealing alternative.” McDonough reviews four disturbing trends in the challenge of paying for a college education: The net worth of today’s 30-somethings Adults in their 30s have 21 percent less net worth than 30-somethings 30 years ago, according to a new Urban Institute
report. Why? Much of it has to do with high-interest student loans and credit card debt. The return on investment of a college education is excellent – college grads earn 84 percent more than those with only a high school diploma, according to Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce. But paying off that investment without outside help is exceedingly burdensome for a graduate.
important than this being a crucial social epidemic, it’s potentially a very real problem for your child. President Obama scored some political points in identifying with most Americans when he said his student load debt was paid off only after he was elected to the U.S. Senate. Two-thirds of students leave college with some form of debt, according to the Federal Reserve Bank.
Student loan debt is even greater than credit card debt That’s right – topping all Americans who have made poor decisions with their credit cards are ambitious high school graduates, whose collective student load debt shoots past $1 trillion! More
Fluctuating interest rates Recent controversy over federal Stafford loans interest rates adds to the insecurity of borrowing as a college financing strategy. Given the unpredictability of Congress, which allowed the U.S, credit rating to drop while standing on political principles, one can’t reliably predict whether interest rates will rise or fall. Your children cannot refinance their loans While a borrower who has racked up tens of thousands of dollars in gambling debt can refinance
their payments, student loans remain at fixed rates. In collecting money on student loans, there is no statute of limitation, and today it’s very common – the norm, actually – for student loan holders to take nearly two decades to pay off their debt. With the annual average cost of public universities exceeding $22,000 per year, and the same often surpassing $50,000 at private universities, it’s no surprise. About John McDonough John McDonough is the managing member at Studemont Group, which is primarily focused on helping retirees gain peace of mind with unique market rescue and recovery programs. He is also founder, president and CEO of Studemont Group College Funding Solutions. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by this articles.
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profitable as well. Pharmaceuticals The pharmaceuticals industry is big business. The National Pharmacists Association says that many pharmacists routinely fill more than 20 prescriptions per hour, which is indicative of just how booming the pharmaceutical industry has become. According to the National Institutes of Health, per capita drug expenditures have increased at an average annual rate of 10.8 percent in the United States and Canada since 1996.
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For The Fall…
Richard’s Seafood Restaurant
Sample Chef Jason Grant’s new Autumn Menu with Steak, Seafood, and all your Katie’s favorites.
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“California Dreamin’”: Wine Dinner on Friday, October 11 to benefit the Marginal Way Preservation Fund.
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1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 646-8561 / Open Tuesday-Sunday SERVING LUNCH & DINNER
Open Five Nights A Week / Wed.-Sun. 5 p.m. to Close Make reservations online: www.katiescafeonshoreroad.com
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~ Where To Dine ~ 646-3355
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A Musical Journey into the Mind of a King book by Steeve Arlen • music-lyrics by Donald Eugster & Steeve Arlen orch-sound by Bob Summers “Simpson holds everyone’s attention CAPTIVE!” -York Weekly
NOW Thru starring Oct 7 • Monday Kirk Simpson Nights 7pm Tickets $15 with a la carte menu • $30 Show Only “Superb Dining! Stellar Performance!” -Tourist News
Date Night Thursdays
3-course dinner, a bottle of house wine and FABulous live local music with Steve-O on Guitar!. $59 per couple. Request date night menu.
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~ Where To Dine ~
Enjoy Fall at Five-O
Savor Cuisine by the Sea
Inspired Cuisine, an Intimate Setting & Stellar Service
Sunday Brunch enjoy selections from our delicious à la carte brunch menu. Served 9am-1pm.
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).
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! 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.
A Contemporary American Bistro &
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Open 7 days at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com
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Roost Cafe & Bistro
125 Shore Road 125 Shore Road Ogunquit, Maine 03907 207.646.9384 Ogunquit, Maine 03907 AnchorageByTheSea.com
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!
T: 207.646.9384 AnchorageByTheSea.com
wine & beer
Ogunquit’s Original Italian Caffé
wine & beer
Merriland Farm Cafe Coles Hill Road, Wells • (207) 646-5040
Serving Breakfast & Lunch 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed only on Tuesday Join us for Dinner Friday & Saturday 5:30 to 8 p.m.
12oz / $14.99, 14oz / $16.99, 16oz / $18.99
Open 7 Days A Week
(while it lasts)
Dinner Reservations Accepted
in a casual, elegant atmosphere with unparalleled service.
335 Main St/Rt 1, Ogunquit
Prime Rib Special
Traditional, refreshing New England cuisine
Route 1 North, Wells
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Breakfast / Brunch 8-2:30 Dinner / BAR 5:30-Close
Open Daily Lunch & Dinner From 11am Breakfast Buffet Saturday & Sunday 8am-11am
• Maine Shrimp Casserole • Baked or Fried Haddock • Chicken Shortcake • Maine Meatloaf • Open Faced Prime Rib
44 Shore Road 207.646.7734 www.caffepregoogt.com Open Thu-Mon. Call for hours. Free parking & wireless internet service.
Great dining spot for couples and families alike! K! C A B SPECIAL IT’S THE SENIOR MENU pumpkin
Enjoy dining outdoors under the heated awning on our patio.
Remember we have plenty of parking!
Join our mailing list for updates on Fall and Winter specials and events.
207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266 www.roostcafeandbistro.com
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
We have relocated to 262 Shore Road, Ogunquit
Check out our new and eclectic bar menu!! on Facebook or our website.
The Surf Point Grill welcomes you for dinner, but Anchorage By The Sea amenities are for resort guests only. Thank you for your cooperation.
Dinner served 5 to 9 p.m. Casual attire required.
Become a Facebook fan to learn about contests and promotions!
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 ~
Preserve Ogunquit’s Marginal Way
Wine Dinner Benefit Friday, October 11, 2013 Katie’s on Shore Road 261 Shore Road, Ogunquit, Maine
Reception- 6:00 pm ~ Dinner- 6:45 pm Please join us for a spectacular 5-course dinner accompanied by appropriate wines for each course.
Silent Wine Auction
$100 per person includes a donation to benefit the Marginal Way Preservation Fund. Reservations may be made by contacting Catherine Palmer, (207) 641-2200 or register online:
Mail donations to PO Box 1455, Ogunquit, Maine 03907 Donate online at www.marginalwayfund.org/donation-programs/
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 Fri.-Mon. 7am-Noon
Located at the Admiral’s Inn on Route 1 in Ogunquit www.nancybcatering.com
Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern
Celebrating the “Love is the MAINE ingredient” 20th Season of Amore
Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant!
OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM-1PM
Featuring Annabelle’s Ice Cream! Be sure to Delicious Lattes & Cappuccinos, Chowder, Lobster Rolls, Panini, Salads and More!
309 Shore Rd, Ogunquit, ME (207) 646-6661
Inside or Patio Near the entrance to Perkins Cove. Seating, Take Out On-site parking available.
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!
Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week
Sea s o n
off the beaten pat h, but well worth the trip
Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com
A view for all seasons
Best Selection of Irish Whiskeys in New England Best Happy Hour In Ogunquit!
117 Pond Rd. (Just off Rt. 4) South Berwick, Maine (207) 384-2693 www.springhillmaine.com
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
2 FOR $55
Guests receive a shared appetizer, soup or salad and an entrée each, a shared dessert, and a cup of coffee each.
Sundays are special at Spring Hill Buy 1 Entrée &
Receive 2nd Entrée Sunday Only
To receive discount, a reservation is required and coupon must be presented. 20% Gratuity added to total bill amount before discount. REGULAR RESTAURANT MENU ONLY. EXP 10/31/13 (WS)
Enjoy fine dining with a panoramic view Wednesday to Sunday at 5 pm
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Historic New England Holds Its First Fine Arts and Crafts Festival SOUTH BERWICK – Many Seacoast artists, including Robin Bettencourt, Robert Alan, Laura Cleminson, and Glynis Dixon, are participating in Historic New England’s first Fine Arts and Crafts Festival on the grounds of the c. 1785 Hamilton House on Saturday and Sunday, September 28 and 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This two-day festival is a juried show featuring the fine work of more than one hundred New England artisans. Items for sale include jewelry, pottery, furniture, toys, glass, photography, knitted sweaters and throws, woodwork, folk carvings, and
more. The day includes first floor tours of the Hamilton House, one of the region’s quintessential Colonial Revival-style country estates; food vendors; live entertainment by local favorites including Maine Squeeze, Bennett and Perkins, and Seacoast Men of Harmony; and a raffle that benefits Historic New England. Admission is $5. Admission is free to Historic New England members and children under 12. For information, call 617-227-3956. The Hamilton House is at 40 Vaughan’s Lane, South Berwick. Parking for the festival is off Old Field’s Road at the top of the festival field.
Poundstone Resturns to Ogunquit OGUNQUIT – After two sold out nights in July, Jonathan’s Restaurant is proud to welcome back, comedian Paula Poundstone in concert Saturday, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. Twenty-five years ago Paula Poundstone climbed on a Greyhound bus and traveled across the country – stopping in at open mic nights at comedy clubs as she went. A high school drop-out, she went on to become one of the great humorists of our time. While there is no doubt that Poundstone is funny, the thing that probably separates her from the pack of comics working today and that has made her a legend among comics and audiences alike is her ability to be spontaneous with a crowd. Her newest comedy CD, “I Heart Jokes: Paula Tells Them in Boston” was recorded during a performance at the Wilbur Theatre in the heart of the city and was released on April fool’s Day 2013. Paula is also a published author and lecturer. Her hard cover book, “There is Nothing In This Book That I Meant To Say” (Crown, 2006, with a forward by Mary Tyler Moore) is still in release on audio (Highbridge) and in paperback. Other writing credits include the back page columnist of Mother Jones, The Los Angeles Times, Entertainment Weekly, and Glamour magazine. Not only a writer, but an avid reader, Paula continues her role for the American Library Association (ALA) as the National
spokesperson for United for Libraries, their “Friends of Libraries” national network – a citizens support group who work to raise awareness and much needed funds to support their local libraries. Jonathan’s Restaurant is located at 92 Bourne Lane in Ogunquit. For tickets, call 207646-4777 or visit www.jonathansrestaurant.com. (courtesy photo)
Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story is Back at the Ogunquit Playhouse OGUNQUIT – Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story starring Kurt Jenkins as Buddy Holly returns by popular demand to rock the Ogunquit Playhouse’s season to a close from October 2 to October 20. If you saw this record-breaking show last year, come see it again. For those of you who missed it now is your chance to see one of the most popular shows in Playhouse history! Follow the incredible journey of Buddy’s meteoric rise to the top of the record charts during the golden days of rock ‘n’ roll in this dynamic tribute musical. You’ll be cheering for more, with such rousing fifties favorites as “Peggy Sue,” “Oh Boy,” “Maybe Baby,” “That’ll Be the Day,” “Raining In My Heart,” Ritchie Valens’ “La Bamba” and the Big Bopper’s “Chantilly Lace.” This joyous celebration of a musical legend has audiences on their feet in every corner of the globe and it will explode once again on the Ogunquit Playhouse stage in a toe-tapping, hand-clapping extravaganza! “Oh Boy!” Following his debut as Buddy at Ogunquit Playhouse in 2012, Kurt Jenkins went on
Ameranouche Brings Gypsy Jazz to South Berwick SOUTH BERWICK – The award winning Gypsy jazz, flamenco and swing of Ameranouche (pronounced uhMARE-uh-noosh) will kick off an eclectic new concert series on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 7 pm, at the First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main St in South Berwick. Made up of guitarists Richard “Shepp” Sheppard and Jack Soref, and bassist Michael Harrist, the Seacoast-based trio is promoting the release of their fourth CD, Hot!. Their first three critically acclaimed recordings,
along with their intense and lively onstage performances, have earned them two Best of New Hampshire Awards. They also have the distinction of being the first Gypsy jazz ensemble to appear at the prestigious Newport Jazz Festival, where they received a standing ovation from the crowd. Aside from their own first-rate compositions, Ameranouche performs such classics as Dave Brubeck’s “Take Five,” the
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Maine Women in the Arts
Fall Art Show fine art - big and small
Masonic Hall, Temple Street Kennebunkport
around the corner from the Post Office
Fri., Oct. 4 – 10 AM to 7 PM Sat., Oct. 5 – 10 AM to 6 PM Sun., Oct. 6 – 10 AM to 4 PM Reception Fri., Oct. 4 ~ 5 - 7 pm Art: Timm, Aikman, Katz, Granzier
259 Main St / Route 1 Ogunquit • 207-646-3123 SHOWTIMES FOR: SEPT. 27 & SEPT. 29 AT 8PM
THE BUTLER AT 8:00PM
SATURDAY, SEPT. 28 AT 7PM
JUSTICE IS MIND BY MARK LUND
Free admission • www.mainewomenarts.com • Facebook
to play the lead role in the recent National Tour of Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story. He now returns to the stage where it all began one year ago! Jayson Elliot also returns to Ogunquit to play the Big Bopper. In addition to his many stage credits, Mr. Elliot has played The Big Bopper in several tribute concerts along the East Coast, as well as the role of Brian in the 2011 Ogunquit production of Avenue Q. Xavier Cano joins the cast as Richie Valens. He has appeared in the Broadway production of Grease and Off Broadway productions of Giant and Rent. Scott Moss who has appeared in four productions of Buddy as Joe Maudlin, marks his debut as Norm Petty in the Ogunquit production. He has also appeared in many regional theatre productions throughout the U.S. including Johnny Guitar, La Traviata, Man of La Mancha, Macbeth, My Fair Lady and Biloxi Blues. Hipockets Duncan will be played by James Beaman who starred as Albin in La Cage Aux Folles opposite Maxwell Caulfield at the Ogunquit Playhouse in 2007 and went on to star as Sir Robin in the First National Tour of Monty Python’s Spamalot. In addition, he has performed in many Off-Broadway productions and in regional theatres across the U.S. including Goodspeed Musicals, North Shore Music Theatre, Merry-Go-Round Playhouse, Stages St. Louis and many
others. Director-Choreographer for Buddy is DJ Salisbury who has directed and choreographed for theaters nationwide including Paper Mill Playhouse, Theatre of the Stars-Atlanta, Sacramento Music Circus and Riverside Theatre-FL. As Director-Choreographer he has worked on many shows including Man of La Mancha, Into The Woods, La Cage Aux Folles, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Full Monty, Evita, Ragtime and nine productions of The Will Rogers Follies. Salisbury has worked in various capacities with Broadway heavyweights Jerry Mitchell, Kathleen Marshall, Lynne Taylor Corbett, Susan Stroman, Jeff Calhoun and Tommy Tune. As choreographer he worked on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars Road Trip” and “The Rachael Ray Show.” He was also head writer/lyricist for the Emmy-winning Oklahoma Centennial TV special starring Reba McIntyre, Vince Gill, Kelli O’Hara and Shirley Jones. Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story will run Oct. 2 through Oct. 20. For tickets, call the Box Office at 207-646-5511 or go online at OgunquitPlayhouse.org.
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~ Pets ~
Another Chance Animal Rescue
Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK – Foster Homes Needed The foster program at the AWS allows us to care for many more animals than we can at the shelter. We currently have quite a few adult cats with mild eye or upper respiratory infections. Our “sick room” is full and we do not want to
NORTH BERWICK – Meet Chris and his sister Eve Chris and Eve are littermates that entered ACAR’s system when their devoted family had to make the difficult decision to place their beloved family members when one of the children developed a severe allergy to cat dander. The family has tried to keep the cats by getting the child medical treatment but nothing has worked. Chris and Eve are Maine
Coon X black and black/ white with the gentle easygoing personality of Maine Coons. Both cats will do well with all member of the family (dogs are an unknown.) The cats were born Christmas Eve 2010, hence their names Chris and Eve. They are spayed/ neutered, vaccinations are current and neither has ever been an outside kitty so are specifically looking for indoor only life styles. These two kitties are inseparable; neither cat will do
well without the other close at hand. Our Next Bake Sale …will be Saturday, Oct. 5 on Route 4 at the Masonic Temple in North Berwick, in conjunction with the Historical Society yard sale.
Another Chance Animal Rescue PO Box 552 / 37 Market Street North Berwick, Maine 03906
expose others to their germs. Most of these cats will only need 2 weeks of foster care for treatment. All you need is a safe place in your home, away from family pets, and lots of love. AWS will provide everything else... beds, toys, food, litter, medical care, etc. Please download a foster application from animalwelfaresociety.org and submit to our Foster Coordinators. Call 207-985-3244 x 102 or send an email to foster@ animalwelfaresociety.org. Gooder This big 3-year old is better than good, he’s Gooder. He is a friendly and lovable boy who gets along with everyone. Gooder is an absolute doll. He loves attention from people, and spending time with other animals. Because Gooder is such an outgoing, good natured boy, it will be quite easy
for him to fit in with just about any family out there. Gooder will melt your heart with his warm, affectionate, darling nature.
Animal Welfare Society
PO Box 43 West Kennebunk, Maine 04094
~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Your Files Can Be Held For Ransom! Earlier this year, a terrible new type of malware known as ransomware began to appear. The Cryptolocker hijacker quietly searches through your hard drive, and any other networked drives that your computer can access including your server, finds your personal and business files and wraps them up in strong encryption. You won’t even know that it has been installed on your system until it has finished encrypting all your files, then it will announce its presence with a brightly colored pop-up window demanding that you pay a fee of $300, before the timer runs out, to get your files back. Many antivirus programs have not been able to catch this ransomware until it is too late. The scary thing about CryptoLocker is that it really does encrypt your files, and there is not a way to get them back unless you either have a backup that was not connected to your computer at the time of infection, or you pay the ransom. Any backup drives that are connected to your computer will be encrypted, as will your server
if your computer has access to it. Cloud backup services like Carbonite and Mozy will simply backup the encrypted files to their servers, so unless you can retrieve earlier versions of the files, (Carbonite keeps them for 30 days) you are out of luck. What can you do to protect yourself from this malicious program? Here is what I did: I took an external hard drive that is larger than my computer hard drive, and plugged it into the USB port on my computer. Then, using Acronis True Image, I clicked on the “Backup and Recovery” tab, and selected, “Disk and Partition backup”. In the window, I checked off my local disk (C) as the source, and the USB drive as the destination. Finally, I clicked the “Back up now” button to begin the backup. Three hours later, when the backup was finished, I unplugged the drive from my computer, and put it away. I will repeat this process at the end of every week, and I might even get a second hard drive and alternate backups just in case one of them fails. I urge you to find a way to backup or archive your files so that they are protected. You can use an
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external hard drive as long as it is not attached to your computer once the backup is finished. You could also use a USB flash drive, or burn your files to CDs or DVD, and then store them in a safe place. If this is something that you are not comfortable doing yourself, contact your local computer shop and get an estimate, this is something that I love to help my customers with. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, A question about Excel - a pretty elementary question, I think, but I am not a practiced Excel user. I have (and use slightly) Excel 2007 and 2010 on my laptops. I use the program to maintain a record of the business miles I drive each year, for tax purposes, so each year I have to try to recreate the same form to fill in. Here’s the question: How do I ask the program to carry out the same procedure in multiple rows of the same column? (e.g. if I want column H to show the product of (G - F) in each row, and want this to happen in every row from 1 to 67, how do I program that?) I hope this is clear enough. Thank you for any help you can give! Jo Dear Jo, Thank you so much for your detailed description! It makes it very easy to answer your question.
To make every row in column H show the product of (G - F), first make your formula in the first row. Make sure the formula is correct, and showing you the correct results, then, follow these simple steps. 1. Click on the cell with the formula once to highlight it. 2. Notice in the lower-right corner of the highlighted cell there is a small box. Hover your cursor over that small box and it will turn into a plus sign. 3. When your cursor turns into a plus sign, hold down your left mouse button and drag down as many rows as you want to copy the formula to. 4. Release your mouse button, and excel will copy the formula to each row, relative to that row. Now, if the formula in row 3 is G3 - F3, the copied formula in row 4 would be G4 - F4. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have a Dell XPS 420 with a built-in webcam and my OS is Windows 7 Home Premium 32 Bit. My problem is that I can only open the webcam when I’m on Skype. How can I open the webcam normally? Thank you, Teddy Dear Teddy,
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~ News ~
Great Maine Outdoor Weekend Activities Planned Statewide Sept. 27-29 MAINE – Thousands of Mainers are expected to join in the Maine Outdoor Coalition’s fourth Great Maine Outdoor Weekend, Sept. 27-29, enjoying a wide variety of outdoor activities statewide. According to coalition member Kaitlyn Bernard of the Appalachian Mountain Club, “We’ve been seeing a lot of interest in the event. Community groups, land trusts and businesses around Maine are hosting more than 70 events, most of them free and at an introductory ...BUSINESS from page 19 may be unpleasant, but there will always be a need to remove it from homes and businesses. Waste service companies do the dirty work and will always be in demand. Many types of businesses offer greater stability during times of economic uncertainty. Investing in these types of businesses may improve the chances your next business venture will buck the trend and become successful for years to come. This article was provided by MetroCreative. The Sentinel does not endorse any products or services suggested by articles from MetroCreative.
level.” “Great Maine Outdoor Weekend offers an opportunity for people across the state to get outside and enjoy some of the wonderful outdoor opportunities the state of Maine has to offer,” says coalition member Scot Balentine of L.L. Bean. “Participants can venture to a new region of the state, or explore new places and activities closer to home.” Julie Mulkern, ...TREE from page 9 cated at the Old Town Hall on Center Road but was damaged during the renovation project. Selectman Ben Thompson and resident Chris Gilpatrick moved the stone and plaque to the new site at Lebanon Town Hall on Upper Guinea Rd; and local garden center, Farmfields’ owner, Mike Minion, planted the maple tree. Nancy Wyman, one of the founding members of the club, read a brief testimony to Ruth. A few club members were present along with Selectman Ben Thompson and Selectwoman Karen Gerrish. For more information, call Mary Stewart at 207-490-1833 or Donna Claveau at 603-3324860.
another coalition member representing WinterKids, especially appreciates the family aspect of the event. According to Mulkern, “the Great Maine Outdoor Weekend is a great way for the whole family to share in a wonderful fall adventure outdoors.” Activities range from classic hiking trips in some of Maine’s most beautiful areas to
more unique opportunities like star gazing, mushroom hunting, and trail maintenance. Other events include a guided canoe tour with the Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center, turtle spotting at the Essex Woods Wetland in Bangor, and a chance to catch the Maine Outdoor Film festival at the L.L. Bean Discovery Park in Freeport. New events
...JAZZ from page 25 Argentine standard “La Foile,” and “Swing 48” by Belgianborn, Gypsy jazz guitar master Django Reinhardt, to name a few. Their sound is hot acoustic jazz, mixed with soul, flamenco, and bebop influences, played on traditional French jazz guitars. Whether they’re playing a musette waltz from 1930 or a funk-inspired original tune, Ameranouche’s music is rhythmic, vigorous, and elegant. If you’ve never experienced hot acoustic swing music, this is your chance to hear the joyful, uplifting, and dance-inducing sounds of Gypsy jazz performed by one of the premier groups in the country. In the words of Liz Buckley of NHPR, “The members of Ameranouche are keeping the traditions of Django Reinhardt
alive with their virtuosic and spirited performances.” Legendary jazz guitarist Al Martino said of the group, “In my opinion … Ameranouche is a capture of joyfulness itself.” The series will continue on Saturday, October 19 with New Orleans jazz of the Soggy Po’ Boys. Other acts for future shows include a gospelized Christmas show by the RMS Five in December and a rare acoustic performance by the Americana band Wooden Eye in January. Reservations: $10.00 in advance or $12.00 at the door. For advance reservations call 207-450-8746 or or by visiting or calling the church office 207384-4091 between 9 am and 1 pm, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.
are added daily, and most are family friendly. Many of the events are hosted by parks and land trusts, helping introduce participants to some of the lands that have been conserved in recent decades and are open for public enjoyment. “The Great Maine Outdoor Weekend helps to showcase some of the spectacular parks and public lands around the state –which are especially beautiful when the leaves begin to change colors in the fall,” observes coalition member Gary Best of the Maine Division of Parks and Public Lands. Warren Whitney, of Maine Coast Heritage Trust, notes the importance of taking time to visit new places in the state. Whitney hopes people will use the weekend to “enjoy the fall season and spend some time exploring all that Maine has to offer.” “We’ve been encouraged by the positive response to our first three Great Maine Outdoor Weekends, and we hope to keep growing the event,” says Kristel Hayes of Mesh Marketing. For more information about Great Maine Outdoor Weekend events in your area, visit www.greatmaineoutdoorweekend.org.
~ Calendar of Events ~ Friday, Sept. 27 “Wells Warrior” Spirit Days
The Wells school district hopes to celebrate Warrior Pride by encouraging people in the community to wear the Warrior colors of red, white and black on specific days of each month. September 27 will be the first, but others are scheduled for February 28 and May 23, 2014, and plan to continue on the 4th Friday of each month.
Saturday, Sept. 28 Punkinfiddle Festival
Rain or shine at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. featuring old-time games, traditional arts, lively music, farm animals, hands-on activities, tasty food, and lots of smiles in a historic seaside setting. Kids 16 and under get in free. Adults pay $7.
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 and American chop suey fundraiser supper from 5-6:30 p.m. in the church’s Ober Hall at 141 North St. in Kennbunkport. The dinner is open to the public, and costs are $8 per adult and $4 per child under age 12. FMI: 207-967-3897 or www.firstchurchkennebunkport.com.
Pancake Breakfast, Craft & Yard Sale
8-10 a.m. breakfast at the American Legion Post 159 on Route 9 in Kennebunkport. $6 for all you can eat. The sale will be held until 2 p.m. Tables can be rented for $10. FMI: 207-967-2400.
6-7:30 p.m. at Saint David’s Episcopal Church, 138 York Street (Route 1 South) in Kennebunk. A pay-what-you-can / pay-it-forward community supper. FMI: 207-9853073.
a workshop on creating an autumn grapevine wreath using all natural elements including dried flowers, nuts, fruit, and seed heads. Newcomers welcome. FMI: www. harboursidegc.org or President Lori Kercher at 207-439-4814.
Kennebunk (old Park St School). A catered roast beef dinner for those 60 and older, with a suggested donation of $5. Sponsored by Southern Maine Agency on Aging. For reservations, call 207-985-2588 and leave a message.
Sunday, Sept. 29
Oktoberfest Farmers Market
Saturday, Oct. 5
The International Women’s Club of New England will hold it next luncheon at the Beachmere, 62 Beachmere Place in Ogunquit. Paul and Joyce Giroux will provide a presentation about their 5-year around the world journey in a 38-foot sailboat. Fee is $20. Pre-registration required. FMI: www.iwcne.
Monday, Sept. 30 Look Good Feel Better for Cancer Patients
The free of charge “Look Good Feel Better” program hosted at the Cancer Care Center of York County in Sanford is underway with a session at 2-4 p.m. A trained volunteer cosmetologist will teach each attending women how to cope with skin changes and hair loss by offering practice make-up techniques with skin care products, information on free wigs and turbans, and complimentary cosmetic products to take home. Pre-registration is required. FMI: Call Gina at 207-459-1601.
Tuesday, Oct. 1 Harbourside Garden Club
Monthly meeting from noon to 2 p.m. at the Parish Hall of the First Congregational Church in Kittery Point. After a brief business meeting and refreshments, Coralie Clement, horticulturalist, will offer
Atria Kennebunk will host a farmers market along with entertainment by accordionist, Gary Sredzienski from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. FMI: 207985-5866.
American Legion Meeting
At 7 p.m. at the Berwick Town Hall, 11 Sullivan Square. All area veterans are nvited to join members of Charles S. Hatch Post #79 for an evening of sharing and fellowship. The building is handicapped accessible and ample parking is available. Come early for coffee and snacks.
Wednesday, Oct. 2 Ogunquit Women’s Club
October meeting will be at the Ogunquit Baptist Church on Shore Road with luncheon served at 11:45 a.m., followed by a program and a business meeting. Hosted by member Pat Mason and a committee of five other members, the program will be about “Beauport Birds - Rescued Cockatoos and Parrots” presented by Ellen and Linda. The club wishes to extend friendship and raise funds for community charities. New members and guests are always welcome. FMI: President Cathy Wilson at 207-641-5612.
Friday, Oct. 4 Senior Luncheon
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 14 Park St. in
Maine Fiber Arts Fair
Union Congregational Church UCC, 18 Church St. in York Beach, will host a Maine Fiber Arts Fair at their facility 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Demonstrators are welcome. Rent a space for $25. NOTICE TO CRAFTERS, ARTISTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, ETC: During York’s Harvestfest celebration, Oct. 19 & 20, the church is offering outdoor display spaces at $50 each. FMI: Marty Schofield at 207-363-4566.
October DAR Meeting
The Rebecca Emery Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will be meeting at 1 p.m. at the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit, 938 Post Road (US Route 1) in Wells. It will be a joint chapter meeting with the Old York Chapter of DAR. Moira Smith will be speaking on genealogy, and how to fill out a DAR supplemental application. Refreshments will be served. FMI: 207-324-6202.
The Dorcas Society of Lebanon will hold their annual Fall Fest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the First Parish Congregational Church on Center Road across from the Old Town Hall. There will be a lunch, crafts, a bake table, and a raffle basket. This is the groups biggest money maker with the proceeds going towards the two $500 dollar scholarships they give out each year to Lebanon
67th Annual Bean Supper
The Wells Branch Fire Association presents their annual bean supper from 5-7 p.m. at the Wells Branch Community Hall on Branch Rd / Coles Hill Rd. Adults $6, children $3. FMI: 207-502-0787.
Wells & Kennebunk’s Hazardous Waste Collection Day
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 36 Sea Road in Kennebunk. Operated by Clean Harbors Env. Services, Inc.
Everyday Manners for Kids
With Michelle Verdi For both girls and boys, ages 7-11, to learn everyday table manners in a fun and casual setting. Topics include setting the table and learning to use utensils and conversational skills. 10 a.m. to Noon on Oct. 5 and January 25. Kittery resident $60, nonresident $6. All registrations must be done at the Kittery Recreation Center, 120 Rogers Rd. or online at http://activenet13. active.com/kitteryrec/. FMI: www. kitterycommunitycenter.org.
With Susan Duffy This class will introduce the foundations of ballet, including floor stretching, barre work, and center work. The focus will be on strengthening leg and arm muscles, improve posture and flexibility and strengthening the core, all while enjoying the art of dance. No prior dance experience necessary. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Oct. 5 through Dec. 7 and Jan. 11 through Mar. 15. All registrations must be done at the Kittery Recreation Center, 120 Rogers Rd. or online at http://activenet13. active.com/kitteryrec/. FMI: www. kitterycommunitycenter.org.
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~ News ~ Hannaford Donates Supplies for School Emergency Kits WELLS – A few days before the start of the new school year, Hannaford in Wells donated 500 bottles of water and five cases of granola bars to Wells Elementary School to help stock student emergency lockdown kits. This makes the second year that Hannaford has made this special donation. This year, Hannaford also donated four “banana” boxes full of school supplies plus several backpacks for individual student use. Bringing these items to the school, on August 30, was Hannaford Assistant Store Manager Adam Bowen and Meat and
Seafood Manager Darren Roberts. Greeting Bowen and Roberts at WES and helping them unload the items was WES head custodian David Boyd and Assistant Principal Ken Spinney. “We’re extremely appreciative of Hannaford for providing us with waters and granola bars for our lockdown kits,” said Spinney. “We take safety very seriously.” “It’s a wonderful thing to know that our community members and businesses support our schools this way,” added Spinney. “And it was a pleasant surprise today receiving a number of backpacks because these are
Arthur L. Morse, 97 NORTH BERWICK – Arthur L. Morse, age 97, of Maple Street, passed away peacefully September 19, 2013 at Varney Crossing Nursing Care Center in North Berwick, Maine. He was born December 5, 1915 in Richmond, NH, the son of George F. and Vera (Howard) Morse. Morse served his country proudly in the U.S. Army during World War II and was a member of the American Legion Post #78 in Waterville. For many years, Arthur worked in the Shipping Department of Spaulding Fiber in Gonic, NH. Morse had a great love for gardening; he enjoyed watching the Red Sox and bowling and also enjoyed a good game of cards. He was pre-deceased by his wife, Dorothy (Foster) Morse in 2007 and his granddaughter, Ashley Pouliot in 2009. Surviving are his son, Calvin Morse and his wife Vickie and grandson Stephen Morse, all of North
very challenging times for many families. It’s nice to know that we have a few backpacks to help our students. I am extremely appreciative,” said Spinney. According to Assistant Manager Bowen, Hannaford in Wells also donates to others in the community including the Wells Parks & Recreation Department.
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Religious News York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church
“Beaching with Jesus,” an outdoor worship experience, will take place at the beach in Ogunquit (just beyond Norseman Resort) this Sunday, Sept. 29 at 7:30 a.m., and continuing each Sunday through Columbus Day weekend. Everyone is invited to start their day this early morning event, sponsored by York-Ogunquit United Methodist Church. More details are available at youmc.org or at 207-363-2749.
YORK – St. George’s Episcopal Church, 407 York Street in York Harbor, will hold a Blessing of the Animals in honor of St. Francis of Assisi on Sunday, Oct. 6, at all three Sunday services (8 a.m., 10 a.m., 5 p.m.) Bring your pet on a leash or in a cage to be blessed. All are welcome.
First Congregational Church in Kennebunkport
The Congregation has voted to change the Sunday morning worship service time to be later in order to attract new visitors. Beginning the first Sunday of October (Oct. 6), morning service will now start at 9:30 a.m. The church is located at 141 North St. in Kennebunkport. FMI: 207-967-3897 or firstchurchkennebunkport.com.
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Bulldogs Blank Three Opponents
SOUTH BERWICK – Soccer goals are usually hard to come by but over the last week they have been rare for the opponents of the Berwick Academy boys’ soccer team. Over the course of the week the Bulldogs blanked three opponents coming away with two victories and a draw. The action left Berwick with a 4-0-1 overall mark, 3-0-1 in the Eastern Independent League going into a clash Wednesday in Chestnut Hill, Mass., against Beaver Country Day School. The Bulldogs defeated Lexington Christian and Bancroft School by 2-0 scores before battling Concord Academy to a scoreless standoff. On Homecoming Day Concord played Berwick tough, having the edge in possession time and scoring chances but the stout defense of the home team maintained the shutout. Concord was impressive in the closing minutes of the game when goalie Erik Wisniewski made a diving save on a shot from the penalty area by Sam Stogdon and the goalie’s best friend – the post – came into play, deflecting a shot from Martin Sagal. Concord goalie Chris Pappey had two saves in the game while Wisniewski was
call on to make five stops. The tie left Concord with a 1-0-1 overall and league record of 1-0-1. In a battle of Bulldogs – Berwick and Bancroft – the home team managed to pull out the decision on the strength of two first half goals. Senior captain Stephen Sherbahn scored 13 minutes into the game and 16 minutes later Alex Katz added the insurance goal. That was more than enough for the Berwick defense with Emile Lebel, Will Grant, Seth Wyskiel, and Trevor Schaepe doing yeoman service. Bancroft goalie Dylan McDonough had nine saves in the game while Berwick’s Wisniewski had two saves and San Salvati added one. The loss dropped Bancroft’s record to 1-1-0 for the season. The first half was scoreless despite heavy pressure on the Lexington goal by the Bulldogs. Stephen Terenzio scored Berwick’s two second half goals to put the encounter into the win column. Thomas Munch had six saves for Lexington while Wisniewski had a pair for Berwick. Lexington is 1-2-0 for the season.
Berwick Academy’s Girls’ Soccer Win Three Also SOUTH BERWICK – The girls’ soccer team from Berwick Academy posted three victories last week, including a 5-0 shutout of Hyde School. The Bulldogs also topped Winsor, 2-1, and Bancroft 3-1 lifting their record to 4-1 going into a Wednesday date with Landmark School. On Blue and White Day the Bulldogs got its offense together despite the outstanding play of the Hyde goalie. Berwick’s attack began early on when at the two minute mark Aimee Briand of Barrington, N.H., had a great chance but the keeper came away with the save. Two minutes later Berwick earned a corner, and Brooke Downey of Eliot found senior captain Cora Ordway of Rollinsford, N.H., who blasted a shot to the lower left corner of the net. Again the Hyde keeper made a huge diving save, only to find Siobahn McDermott right there to tuck the rebound into the corner. Berwick led, 1-0. In the 16th minute Becca Siegel of York found Emily Borkowski of Wells who set up Brooke Downey who made it 2-0 and the game was on. Kelly Burke added a pair of goals and Hannah Seekins had one too complete the scoring. Berwick held a 19-1 advanOUTLOOK
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tage in shots and a 13-1 advantage on corners. Goalies Toriena St. Pierre of Portsmouth and Christina Grassie of Somersworth combined for the shutout. At Winsor the Bulldogs got their first at the 14 minute mark when Caroline Hernon got the ball on the right flank outside the 18, carried it toward the end line and passed to Aimee Briand who blasted home. In the second half the Berwick defense was solid with efforts from Parker Johnson of Kittery, Maddie Balas, Christina Grassie, Borkowski and Kaitlyn Wurzer. The Bulldogs increased the
lead in the 48th minute when Maddie Balas found Liv Hurley open who blasted the ball over the Winsor keeper. At Bancroft Kelly Burke put in a rebound to put the Bulldogs up 1-0 but the home team rallied to tie it at the intermission. Just 30 seconds into the second half Brooke Downey of South Berwick received the ball from Maddie Balas and hit a shot from the left flank that sailed over the Bancroft keeper for the game winner. Less than 2 minutes later Aimee Briand found Siegel whose shot sailed past the Bancroft keeper to complete the scoring.
Hammerhead Wrestling Club of York The Hammerhead Wrestling Club of York will start fall practice sessions Tuesday (Oct. 1) at York High School. The club is open to all students Grades 1-12 no matter where they live. Registration is available on line at www.hammerheadwrestling. com or at the York Parks and Recreation Department. Divisions include beginner/ youth, zero to two years’ experience, from 5 to 6 p.m.; intermediate/advanced youth ,two years’ experience, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. and middle school/high school 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. A new option for fall 2013is an all sessions yearly pass that qualifies for a discount. Questions should be directed to Bryan Thompson at 207- 363-3621.
Poirier, Suzannah Blass, Elaine Bachelder and Hannah Costin in the hard-fought contest. Blass was named the team’s most valuable player in this one. Goalie Cassidy Smith had five saves for Marshwood. The Hawks took their 6-2 Western Maine Class A record into a Thursday game against Deering in South Berwick. Two goals by Karissa Boesch and single tallies by Ashley Tice, Poirier, Jenna Kashmer, and Costin powered the Hawks to a 6-0 victory over Catherine McAuley earlier. Emily Kahler and Erica Connors won MVP honors for the Hawks. Marshwood also shut out Bonny Eagle in the last week, 3-0. Tice scored on two penalty strokes and assisted Abby Doyles’ goal to lead the Hawks. Marshwood had strong performances from Ashley Hickey, Bachelder, and Blass. Boesch and Hickey were co-MVPs.
Marshwood High School Boys’ Soccer
Marshwood High School Girls’ Soccer
SOUTH BERWICK –
Marshwood and Westbrook High Schools battled to a 1-1 standoff on the soccer field Tuesday afternoon on the Hawks’ home turf. Hanssen Casey scored Marshwood’s goal and goalie Sam Leathe had seven saves in the Hawk goal. Marshwood took its 0-6-1 record to Thornton Academy Thursday. Marshwood lost a close one in South Paris to Bonny Eagle High School, 3-2. Hanssen Casey and Tobi Lamberts scored for Marshwood with Logan Smith assisting on both goals. Leathe had six saves. The Hawks dropped another heart-breaker to Massabesic High School, 3-2. Dawson Renaud led the visiting Mustangs to the victory with a pair of goals. Dylan Blackington had the other Massabesic goal. Devon Gilbert and Gus Leisentritt had the Hawk goals and Leathe made 13 saves in the Marshwood net.
Marshwood High School Field Hockey SOUTH BERWICK –
Cheverus High School handed the Marshwood field hockey team its second loss in eight games Tuesday, 1-0 in Portland. Colleen Slattery scored the game’s only goal more than halfway through the second half. Hawks coach Lisa Truesdale noted the solid play of Lindsey
SOUTH BERWICK –
The girls’ soccer team from Marshwood High School split a pair of games during the last week. The Hawks defeated Massabessic High School 3-0 and lost to Scarborough by a like score. Hannah Folger and Lydia St. Pierre had a goal and an assist each to spark the offense against Massabesic Sydney Jackman assisted on St. Pierre’s goal and St Pierre then assisted on Folger’s tally. Folger then assisted Hailey Tarr on a second half goal. Folger and Lydia Carlson were named the game’s most valuable players. Massabesic goalie Hannah Lundrigan had over 20 saves to keep her team in the game. Macy Morrison was named MVP in the Scarborough game.
Seacoast Christian Academy Cross Country SOUTH BERWICK –
Laken Kerrigan of Seacoast Christian Academy finished first in a three-way cross country meet at Berwick Academy last weekend on the Berwick Academy course. Kerrigan finished in 21:03to lead the field. Second place went to Claire Breger-Belsky of Berwick Academy with Samantha Makepeace of St. Andrews third. Following Kerrigan for Seacoast Christian were Kristin Wittner, Julia
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~ Classifieds ~
FIREWOOD / PELLETS
FIREWOOD / PELLETS
HUGE DOWNSIZING YARD SALE 1347 Post Rd., Wells Near Wells Post Office Sat., 9/28 - Sun., 9/29 8am-2pm
THE STUFF PEOPLE will remove your unwanted yard sale items! (disposal fees may apply) Call 207-219-3433 to schedule a pick-up time.
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DRY FIREWOOD $265/CORD 207-676-8458
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
PRE-MOVING SALE 192 Branch Rd., Wells Off Rt. 109 Fri.-Sun., 9/27-9/29 8am-4pm 30”x60” solid wood desk with chair, small antiques and country items, and much, much more. YARD SALE 565 York St. York Harbor Saturday 9/28 • 9-3 Kids toys, clothing, household items & much more! YARD SALE Sat/Sun 9/28-29 • 9-3 Ethan Allen furn, housewares, recliners, luggage, clothing 18 Brixham Rd, York MOVING SALE 1744 State Road, Eliot FRI, SAT & SUN • 8AM-3PM Furn, Kitch, Tools, Toys EVERYTHING MUST GO!
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Ogunquit EstatE salE
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Antiques, Fine Furnishings, Art, Collectibles, and Household Items
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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
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~ Classifieds ~
FREE- Double bed with box spring and mattress, walnut head board and rails. Just take it away ASAP. In Ogunquit 207-251-2657
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. $1000 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
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
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EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND SUITES Prime Route One, Wells location. Offices with shared waiting area, kitchen and bath. Suites available at attractive terms. Newly remodeled building, handicap accessible. Ample, well-lit parking. Sign on incentives! Starting at $500/month, all inclusive!
Call today to reserve space:
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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 CAPE NEDDICK - Fully furnished, 4 level, 4 BR home w/fabulous ocean view & access garage. Premier neighborhood avail. Oct. to 6/24/14. $1300/mo. plus utilities. (207) 363-3091
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.
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
ACCOUNTING LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: email@example.com B/A ACCOUNTING Roberta (Bobbi) Macrum, CPA Bookkeeping, payroll, tax prep Small business consulting bonded & insured money mgmt Call 207-850-1292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pre-Leasing is underway for
Carriage House Apartments York’s First Workforce Housing Development
New units are presently under construction and will be available for rent beginning October 15th. Brand new, affordable, roomy one and twobedroom energy efficient apartments in established neighborhood, close to everything! Rent is $800 per month with tenant paid electricity. Units remaining for lease-up include two – one bedroom apartments and one- two bedroom accessible apartment, preference given to newly returned Veterans. Please call York Housing for an application and more information, 363-8444. “EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY”
Good sized room, beautiful Cape on 2.5 acres. Looking for mature, responsible adult. Non-smokers, no pets. $495/month + shared utilities.
WELLS STUDIO APT No smoking. No pets. Lease required. $575/mo. plus heat and utilities. 207-363-7655
EDUCATIONAL MATH TUTOR High School & College Over 35 Years Experience Reasonable Rates Call Neal 207-251-2657
WEBBER BAR-B-QUE GRILL in good shape with new parts including tank - $75. Wells 207-646-7488 (after 2PM)
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
AFFORDABLE STORAGE Rentals $30 & Up No Sign Up Fee Call (207) 641-8404
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Scotland Bridge Road
*Payment in full, in advance, required to receive this special.
1950 US Route 1 Cape Neddick, ME 03902 (207) 361-1200
Paying up to for the right vehicles!
Change of Season Special!
May 1 - November 1 from $299 Snowblowers & Plows Snowmobiles, Skis & Snowboards Inside space from $65 per month
We need late model trucks and autos of any kind.
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ITEMS FOR SALE (2) 4 FT X 8 FT CUSTOMMADE TRAIN TABLES. Never used. Folding legs. $125 each or both for $225. 207-694-1623
$100 UP TO $100,000 AVAILABLE! – DON’T GET RIPPED OFF – CONTACT ME LAST:
CARRIAGE RUNN RENTAL 3-4 Bedroom Home Pets Welcome • Large Yard One Year Lease $1850 a mo.
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~ Classifieds ~ HELP WANTED
HELP WANTED MALE AND FEMALE Are You Compassionate? Our CAREGivers’ compassionate care has made us the leading provider of non-medical services to older adults. Join us in making a real difference in their lives – and yours. Flexible P/T morning, afternoon, evening, or overnight hours. Immediate openings in York, Kittery, Eliot and throughout York County. Home Instead Senior Care Kennebunk: 207.985.8550 York: 207.363.6550
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HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS: All Ages. Beginners to advanced. Certified instructor. Affordable rates. (207) 698-1970
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Plumbing & Heating Service
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
CUSTOMIZED GUITAR LESSONS All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252
One Item or Entire Estate. Cash paid for all antiques. Antique furniture, oriental rugs, paintings, old weather-vanes, glass, china, pottery, old clocks, lamps, antique dolls & toys, guns, swords, duck decoys, coins, old prints, books, old photography. Buying antiques for over 20 years.
Home: (207) 676-1034 Cell: (207) 233-5814 MAINE & NH
SELF STORAGE MANAGER
Great customer service, organized and a self starter are the qualifications we are looking for to fill this 30 hour per week position in Cape Neddick, ME. Please email resume to email@example.com or stop by 1950 US Route One, Cape Neddick, ME to fill out application. No phone calls please.
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
Strong customer service skills and ability to work weekends are a must. Apply in person at Borealis Breads 1165 Post Rd, Wells, Me
PART-TIME REPORTER WANTED The Weekly Sentinel and the Granite State Sentinel are seeking part-time reporters to cover events in our circulation area of southern York County Maine and coastal Hew Hampshire. Hours are flexible. Experience in publishing and reporting is a plus, but not required. Please contact Raina with a resume and samples by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or faxing 1-207-646-8477. For additional information, please call TOLL FREE 1-877-646-8448 or 207-646-8448.
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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORECLOSURE SALE Pursuant to 14 M.R.S.A. §6323 By virtue of and in execution of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Order of Sale entered on June 27, 2013, in the York County Superior Court, Civil Action Docket No. RE-2012-0186 in an action brought by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, Plaintiff, against Dani A. Ciampo f/k/a Dani A. Hill , Defendant, for the foreclosure of a mortgage dated September 16, 2005, and recorded in the York County Registry of Deeds in Book 14607, Page 407, the statutory ninety (90) day redemption period having elapsed without redemption, notice is hereby given that the aforementioned property will be sold at a public sale at 9:00 a.m. on November 6, 2013, at the law offices of Jerome J. Gamache, Esquire, AINSWORTH, THELIN & RAFTICE, P. A., Seven Ocean Street, South Portland, ME 04106, (207) 767-4824, all and singular the premises described in said mortgage and being a certain lot of land with the buildings thereon, situated in the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine, described in said mortgage as being located at 85 Mile Road, Unit #24. (Note: The identification of the location of the property is as stated in the mortgage, which may have been subject to change and/or differ from the Town of Wells records). TERMS OF SALE:
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The property shall be sold to the highest bidder at the sale, who shall pay a deposit of Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5,000.00) in cash, certified check or funds acceptable to mortgagee at the time and place of sale. The successful bidder shall be required to execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement with said JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association with the aforesaid Five Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($5,000.00) or sum equal to ten percent (10%) of the bid price, whichever is greater, as a non-refundable and non-interest bearing deposit thereon providing for a closing within thirty (30) days of the date of the public sale, at which time the balance of the bid price will be due and payable in cash, certified check or check acceptable to mortgagee upon presentation of the Deed. The property will be sold subject to all easements and rights of way either of record or otherwise existing. The property will be sold subject to real estate taxes assessed and due and payable to the Town of Wells, water and sewer charges and any liens and encumbrances of greater priority than said mortgage. The property shall be sold AS IS, and WHERE IS without any warranties whatsoever expressed, implied or otherwise which warranties are disclaimed. Additional terms to be announced at the sale.
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The Needlework Club will meet Wednesday, Oct. 2, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Rice Building. Bring your knit, crochet, embroidery, latch hook projects, etc. Discuss technique, design, and share tips with each other. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced needlework enthusiasts are welcome.
Ryan Higgins Visit & Book Give-Away
Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m. Join local author/illustrator Ryan Higgins as he talks with kids about how he illustrates his books, what it’s like to be a writer, and then demonstrates how to create characters (with the audience’s help). Higgins is also giving away free copies of his book “Twaddleton’s Cheese” which he will sign.
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Wells Public Library Art Show: Fallen Through the Cracks
Join the free reception on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be provided, and the artists will answer questions. The art will remain on display for the month of October. Lisa Crothers is a Maine writer and photographer with a passionate emphasis in the humanities and a strong concern for social issues both domestic and global. Inspired by engaging difference and diversity, Crothers’ social platform encompasses both writing and photography to share a specific story with her audience. Her
goal is to push the limits of ordinary social concerns and allow people to see things in a new light, opening the boundaries for concern, care and compassion. Her latest show “Fallen Through the Cracks” is a photographic journey documenting the social issue of illiteracy. Crothers has a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Southern Maine, an M.A. in Literature and Writing with an emphasis in Russian studies from Union Institute and University and is currently working on her PhD in Humanities and Culture. You can follow some of Lisa’s work on www.theartofmaine.wordpress. com. Sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.
researching Maine needlework. She is the author of the book, “I My Needle Ply with Skill: Maine Schoolgirl Needlework of the Federal Era.” Leslie will share stories and images of her research into Maine’s needlework schools. Her book will be available for purchase as well. You may bring a lunch with you if you would like, and the library will provide drinks and dessert. These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library. FMI: Kristi Bryant at email@example.com.
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Join special guest Maine House Representative Kathleen Chase for an all ages storytime on Friday, Oct. 4 at 10:30 a.m. This event is free, no registration required, and is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.
Friends of the William Fogg Library announces its annual Octoberfest that will be held Oct. 5 (rain date: Oct. 6) 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds at 116 Old Road in Eliot. As always, there will be great food, games and crafts, bicycle helmet adjustment and safety instruction, a Revolutionary War encampment, and historic cider press. The winner of the chocolate raffle will leave with a certificate to dine at Bugaboo Creek. Music by Lobster Creek will provide the perfect tunes for the day. Items for the silent auction can be viewed now through Oct. 4 at the library. The bidding moves outdoors the day of the Fest. New this year is a contest for the best scarecrow. Everyone is invited to enter a handmade scarecrow. They can be made by individuals (children or adults), several people or organizations. Bring scarecrows to the library by 9:30 a.m. the day of Octoberfest. FMI: 207-439-4537 or
Decipher Kayla’s clues on Friday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m. to discover hidden treasure in and around the library. Children ages 9 and up will be able to leave their mark with a unique stamp so that other groups can determine who found what treasure. This event is free, no registration required, and is sponsored by the Friends of the Wells Public Library.
Lunch and Learn: 19th Century Textiles and Maine Needlework
Friday, Oct. 4 from 12-1 p.m. Leslie Rounds, an expert on 19th century textiles, has been a collector of these items for the last 30 years and has spent the past 10 years
“Scenes from Cuba” on Display KENNEBUNK – “Scenes from Cuba,” the photographs of Susan Downing, will be on display in the Speers Gallery at Kennebunk Free Library, 112 Main Street in Kennebunk, Maine during the month of October. In July of 2012, Downing traveled to Cuba to photograph “Voices From The Heart”, a Portsmouth NH based women’s chorus directed by Joanne Connolly. They visited the cities of Havana and Cienfuegos in Cuba as part of a cultural exchange. She was responsible for documenting the group’s activities and concerts, and was able to spend a little free time exploring and photographing as she wished. Downing enjoys photographing people in their own surroundings, and details found in architecture and nature. Many of the photographs in this exhibit portray special relationships be-
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