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Winners Announced for Vocal Competition at Playhouse OGUNQUIT The Ogunquit Playhouse hosted the first annual New England Sings vocal competition to benefit five New England nonprofit organizations. The event was organized by former American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi and the brainchild of Pastor Anna Copeland of First Parish Congregational Church in York, Maine. Dozens of singers and songwriters throughout New England entered the competition, and 15 were selected to perform before the sold-out audience on the evening of Tuesday, October 11. First prize of $500,

Left to right: Paige Davis, Kara DioGuardi, Lexi James and Collette Haines.

along with a recording session at Converse’s Rubber Tracks in Boston with Kara DioGuardi,

went to 24-year-old Lexi James from Kittery Point, Maine who sang her original song “Brave�

which is about not letting painful experiences, such as bullying tear you down. The overall theme of the evening was about being true to one’s self. The $250 second place winner was 12 year-old Colette Haines from Durham, New Hampshire, who played the piano while rapping and singing the song “Wings� by her favorite artist Macklemore. Both winners will be featured in a CBS Boston piece to air next year. Each of the contestants received positive affirmation for their efforts from judges Ogunquit Playhouse Executive Artistic Director Brad Kenney, Kara DioGuardi and composer Tim Janis.

The host of the event was Jadd Naamani of iHeartRadio's Z107. The proceeds of the event will benefit the Ogunquit Playhouse, York County Family Fund, My Breast Cancer Support, the Enough Campaign and First Parish of York Outreach. Special Guest two-time Olympic gold medalist in Juno, Kayla Harrison attended the show. She and DioGuardi, both survivors of child sexual abuse, addressed the crowd on the need for meaningful legislation, education and awareness on the issue. Stage Neck Inn and Eldredge lumber were the presenting sponsors for the event.

Award-winning Children’s Book Author Visits BA SOUTH BERWICK Internationally-published and award-winning children's book creator Anne Sibley O’Brien visited Berwick Academy on October 13. Maine resident, O'Brien, who has illustrated thirty-one picture books and authored fourteen, met with a



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number of Lower School classes and faculty while on the Hilltop. While visiting the Pre-K and Kindergarten students, Anne shared how she moved with her family from New Hampshire to Korea as a young child, and the impact learning a new language and culture has had on her life. She then read her latest release, “I’m New Here.� The book follows three students who are new to their American elementary school: Maria is from Guatemala, Jin is from Korea, and Fatima is from Somalia. Each has trouble

speaking, writing and sharing ideas in English, and the book chronicles their journey as they learn “new words and














her books are produced, about her color palate, even about her editor and publisher! During her visit with the third and fourth grade classes, Sibley O’Brien asked the students to pause and reflect on what it’s like to be new. The exercise challenged the students to take themselves out of their comfort zone and focus on what it means to be different. After a brief discussion, during which both author and audience shared thoughtful personal and familial anecdotes, she read another See O’Brien page 2...

Get Spooked at Junkins Haunted Estate KITTERY This is a non-commercial Halloween home haunt event in New England. Over 2,000 people from all over the Northeast come each year to stroll through the old family estate located at 87 Wilson Road Kittery. Over two acres of Halloween decorations await our guests. Don't let the warm fuzzy kiddy decorations from the safety of your car fool you. If you want the candy it's a quarter mile through the haunted swamp! As you follow the luminaries towards the woods and

cross the bridge into the swamp, the darkness will surround you and the cold swamp air will chill you to your bones...oh, and by the way, they will be waiting for you! Admission is free, donations are graciously excepted. Dates for 2016: October 21–23, and October 28–31, 6-9 p.m., weather permitting. Special nonscary time for the little ones will be October 30 from 5- 6 p.m. Families are welcome and all children 18 and younger must be accompanied by an adult.


new ways.� The students also had an opportunity to ask this fall’s Visiting Author a number of questions, including how

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Berwick Public Library Trunk 'n Treat On Sunday October 30, the library will again be a part of the Town of Berwick's Trunk 'n Treat celebration. The library will be giving away free books to all babies through teens until they run out! 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Berwick Town Hall.

Storytime Halloween Party Friday, October 28 at 10:30 a.m.

the library will be hosting their yearly Halloween Party and all are invited. Kids are encouraged to dress up, and their adults are welcome to come in costume too! There will be a Halloween parade, Miss Cheryl will read a book, Miss Zoa will lead songs, there will be a party and treats.

For More Information Call the library at 207-698-5737 or visit

William Fogg Library Story Time Stroll Join in on Tuesday, October 25 at 10:30-11:15 a.m. and 1:30-2:15 p.m. and Thursday, October 27 at 9:30-10:15 a.m. for a Story Time Stroll. We will follow the pages of “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything� and stop along the way to collect pieces of the story. Includes a craft suitable for all ages. Weather permitting, the


stroll will be held outdoors on the library grounds.

For More Information Call the library at 207-439-9437 or visit

D.A. Hurd Library The Music of Star Wars Friday, October 21 at 7 p.m. to enjoy “The Music of Star Wars: A Celebration of John Williams' Film Scores� with Aaron Krerowicz. Often called a “space opera,� one aspect of the Star Wars films that helped make them such a pop culture phenomenon was composer John Williams' ultraromantic orchestral score. This 60-minute multimedia presentation will showcase the music of all seven movies, citing historical precedents and comparing musical influences. Free and open to the public.

Potluck Dinner


Cook up one of your family’s favorite recipes and bring it along with your pumpkins and your imagination to the library on Tuesday, October 25 at 5 p.m. for our annual Potluck Dinner and Pumpkin Carving. We will provide carving tools and plenty of work space for families to carve their Halloween jack-o-lantern. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Outreach Services

PICTURE YOURSELF HERE! CONTACT: 207.384.6300 or Berwick Academy | 31 Academy Street | South Berwick, ME 03908 |

The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows are on Wednesday, October 26, at 2 p.m. The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Wednesday, November 9, at 2 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.

For More Information Call the library at 207-676-2215 or visit

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the South Berwick Public Library. Come and use your imagination to create a project with your friends.

Death & Desserts Held on Wednesday, October 26 at 7 p.m. Come and eat sweets and be creeped. Three Maine authors read from their books, speak about their craft and answer questions. Lea Wait left corporate life to live in Maine, run an antique print business and writes full time. She’s still excited about sharing what she learns in her books. Barbara Ross is the author of the “Maine Clambake Mysteries,� “Clammed Up, Boiled Over, Musseled Out� and “Fogged Inn�. “Clammed Up� and was nominated for an Agatha Award for Best Contemporary Novel and was a finalist for the Maine Literary Award for Crime Fiction. Kate Flora is a Maine native and former assistant attorney general. Her twelve books include seven series mysteries, three gritty police procedurals, a suspense thriller (written as Katharine Clark) and a true crime novel, “Finding Amy�, which is a 2007 Edgar nominee and has been optioned for a movie.

For More Information Call the library at 207-384-3308 or visit

Springvale Public Library Author Visit Saturday, October 22 at 10 a.m., Karen MacNeill, local author and teacher, will discuss her book “Pieces That Fit: A Mother’s Journey Through Her Son’s Puzzling Diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome.� Karen will provide a power point presentation that chronicles her family’s journey to understanding her son’s diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome. She will have her book available for purchase. Families who are looking for support and information on raising a child on the autism spectrum are encouraged to attend.

For More Information

Lego & Duplo Club Lego Club meets every Wednesday from 3:30-4:30 p.m. for ages 3-12. Lego Club is drop-in and build. We have a large collection of Lego and Duplo building blocks purchased through the Friends of

Call the library at 207-324-4624 or visit

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The Wells Ogunquit Outreach Committee’s members are a group of interested citizens from each community.

The Committee’s primary goal is to provide food and gifts for needy individuals and families in the Wells and Ogunquit communities during the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season. We all know that many people “fall through the cracks� and, as a result, they do not have a Happy Thanksgiving or a Merry Christmas. If you need assistance or know of someone who may need it, please call 

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MEF's Oktoberfest Returns

Saturday, October 29

Marshwood Education Foundation (MEF) hosts the 8th Annual Oktoberfest, at 7 p.m. at The Regatta Banquet and Conference Center in Eliot. Since 2009, MEF has awarded grants totaling over $129,416 for innovative projects that fall outside the school budget. Attendees will have the opportunity to bid on auction items, purchase raffle tickets and "Steins" with wonderful hidden surprises! Tickets are $35, either at the door or by contacting Mark Berman at or 603767-8341.

Elks Halloween Costume Party & Dance

Public Roast Beef Supper

The 17th Annual Craft Fair will be held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Maine Medical Center Scarborough Campus, 100 Campus Drive, Scarborough. Quilts, candles, jewelry, holiday specialties, more. FMI: 207-662-4173.

Held at St. Johns’ Masonic Hall, 216 Portland Street, Route 4, South Berwick, 5-6:30 p.m. Roast Beef and all the fixin's. Adults: $10; children $3. Tickets available at

...LIBRARIES from page 10 Marketplace Healthcare Presentation Tuesday, October 25 from 6 p.m. Healthcare Navigators, Robin Hewitt-Bibber of York County Community Action and Celyn Reed of Nasson Health Care will give a presentation on the Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace healthcare plans. They will answer questions and provide information regarding choosing and signing up for plans.

Wells Elks Lodge #2738 hosts to benefit National Foundation for Scholarships for Children. Happy hour 4-6 p.m.; pork roast dinner 6 p.m. Party Starter band entertains. $20/pp. Costume prizes. Elks Lodge, 356 Bald Hill Rd. (Off Rt.109), Wells. FMI: Shawn at 207467-0013.

Department of Justice estimates that one in ten seniors is a victim of financial abuse each year, losing nearly $3 billion annually to finan-

cial exploitation. St. Christopher Church, 4 Barrell Lane in York, will host “Preventing Elder Abuse and Financial Exploitation,� at 2

p.m. Discussion by Judith Shaw, the securities administrator of the Maine Office of Securities. FMI: 207-439-0442. All are welcome.

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Children’s Halloween Party Thursday, October 27 at 6 p.m. Kids and their families are invited to dress up in costume and come to the library to hear spooky stories, play ghoulish games, make creepy crafts, and eat festive food. Come for trick or treating in the library, too!

For More Information Call the library at 207-646-8181 or visit

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York County Voters Hillary Clinton may not be your first choice, but she is smart, cares about others, and has served capably as a United States Senator and as Secretary of State. On the other hand, here is what prominent Republicans say about Donald Trump: Barbara Bush:

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Syrian Refugees Perspectives On Sunday, October 23, 4–5:30 p.m., Dr. Omar Salem, Chair of Chicago-based Karam Foundation, will speak about the Syrian crisis. Dr. Salem will offer historical and political perspectives on the conflict. Karam Foundation provides educational and humanitarian programs for Syrian refugee youth and families and funding for sustainable development by Syrians for Syrians. Join us for a compelling presentation. All are welcome.

Film “Food Fight: Inside The Battle For Market Basket� Saturday, October 29, 3 p.m. Throughout the summer of 2014, a corporate food fight between cousins Arthur S. and Arthur T. Demoulas played out in dozens of communities impacting tens of thousands of workers and the economies of three states. Only one fi lm crew, headed by local documentary filmmaker Jay Childs, was on the ground throughout the summer, following the fear, anger, hope and courage of a most unlikely cast of characters. This film is a fastpaced, emotionally rich, and at times humorous exploration of the family, feud, rebellion and resolution of the Market Basket drama. Unrated. 110 minutes.

For More Information Call the library at 207-363-2818 or visit

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York Eye Doctor Announces Raffle Winner

YORK Mary Goullaud of Wells was randomly selected by Dr. Sam Pelletier's optometric practice in York as the winner of his summer raffle contest. Goullaud received a handmade quilt from The Maine Quilt Place, also of York. “We wanted to support our newest neighbors, The Maine Quilt Place, by purchasing and raffling off one of their creations,� said Dr. Pelletier,

owner of York Family Eyecare. “We also want to thank the Seacoast community for its support over the years, so having these contests is a way for us to give back.� Sophia Santerre is the The Maine Quilt Place’s quilt-maker and creative visionary for the business. Her husband Paul handles the business side and customer service. The pair offer custom-designed quilts of all sizes, t-shirt quilts, table dress-

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ings for all holidays and seasons, as well as bags and purses. Sophia is currently producing handmade, personalized 2016 Christmas stockings. “We are grateful for Dr. Pelletier’s generosity and early support at our new location,� said Mr. Santerre. “Our winner seemed pretty excited! Dr. Pelletier allowed Mrs. Goullaud to select the quilt of her choice, and she took home a beautiful purple-and-green ‘Pineapple Jelly Roll’ design. We hope she and her family enjoy their oneof-a-kind creation for years to come.� Goullaud’s entry was selected after Labor Day from approximately 100 submissions from Seacoast residents and summer vacationers. Contest entrants did not need to be a patient of York Family Eyecare, although Mary’s husband George is a customer of the practice’s


Mary Goullaud of Wells shows off her prize from the York Family Eyecare summer 2016 raffle. Clockwise from left: Sophia Santerre, Dr. Sam Pelletier, Paul Santerre, raffle winner Mary Goullaud.

optical boutique. “A fortuitous accident in Europe led us to the prize!� said Mary with a laugh. She reported that her husband broke his eyeglasses while they were traveling abroad this summer. Upon returning home to Maine, Mr. Goullaud visited York Family

Eyecare for new glasses. His wife accompanied him to the appointment, and submitted her winning entry then. York Family Eyecare is located at 764 US Route 1, Suite 6, York. For more information, visit or call 207-451-3039.

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Bridge Closures Postponed KENNEBUNK MDOT's Project Manager, Leanne Timberlake, just announced that the contractor on the Lanigan Bridge construction, T. Buck, has changed plans so that bridge work, including lane closures, will now

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Cemetery Art and Symbolism Experience at Counting House Museum

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from the time when the center of town was located near the Salmon Falls and Great Works Rivers. Chernack and Davidson, members of the Association for Gravestone Studies and the Maine Old Cemetery Association, have educated people about gravestone art and its history through hands-on lectures, demonstrations, and gallery exhibits. In 2003, they acquired Old Stone Enterprises and continue its tradition of manufacturing and selling high quality, deep-pigmented rubbing wax and malleable paper Their book, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lasting Impressions: Art, Symbolism, and History Found in Graveyards and Cemeteriesâ&#x20AC;? was released in September. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Paulette and Cassandra have carefully compiled an exceptionally beautiful book concentrating on the art, symbol-

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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ A Spooky Concert for All Hallowsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Eve KENNEBUNK On Saturday, October 29, at 3 p.m., Christ Church, 6 Dane St, Kennebunk will present a concert of spooky music in anticipation of All Hallowsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Eve and All Saintsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Day after. Christ Church Music Director â&#x20AC;&#x153;Maestroâ&#x20AC;? Warren King and virtuoso flutist Diana McNulty have gathered a program of great spooky music, from â&#x20AC;&#x153;Night on Bald Mountainâ&#x20AC;? to Bachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Toccata in D Minorâ&#x20AC;? and the theme song from â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Addams Family.â&#x20AC;? The program is de-

signed to be fun, with plenty of spooky shivers. All Saints Day (November 1), was thought to be when the spirits of those who have left this life were free to roam, in ancient Europe. People would wear costumes so spirits that might want to do them harm would not recognize them. They moved from door to door asking for food in return for a prayer for the dead and they would carry hollowedout turnip lanterns. In the New World, native pumpkins were found to be a lot easier to empty

and carve; hence Jack Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Lanterns. Suggested donation for the concert is $15, or $10 for seniors and students; children under 12 are welcome at no charge. Come in costume for $2 off admission! Trick-or-Treat Intermission included. For more information, visit, call 207-985-4494, or visit the office. Christ Church is handicap-accessible from the parking lot behind Town Hall, and also has a parking lot across Dane Street.

Auditions for Chip in Disneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;Beauty and the Beastâ&#x20AC;? OGUNQUIT The Ogunquit Playhouse is holding auditions for the upcoming production of Disneyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Beauty and the Beast to be presented at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH. Auditions will take place on Sunday, Oct. 23, from 3-5 p.m. at the Colony Rehearsal Space at The Ogunquit Playhouse. To schedule

an appointment, contact Brian Swasey, Associate Producer. Rehearsals begin on Monday, Nov. 14. Beauty and the Beast opens on Wednesday, Nov. 30, and closes on Sunday, Dec. 18. Music and scenes will be provided in advance of the audition. An accompanist will be provided on site. Performers may bring a picture with a resume

stapled to the back. Please note that the role may be double cast, which will split the performances equally between two actors. The character role being sought is: Chip (Age 8-12 years old), an inquisitive little teacup who is the son of Mrs. Potts. For more information, visit www.

Tap Dancer Ryan P. Casey Returns to The Dance Hall KITTERY Tap dancer Ryan Casey returns to The Dance Hall in Kittery with his new show â&#x20AC;&#x153;Unbound,â&#x20AC;? a rhythmic romp through classic literature, on Saturday, October 22 at 7:30 p.m. Off Beat is a performing ensemble dedicated to presenting engaging, inventive, rhythmbased work that takes tap dancing off the beaten path. Under

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â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Million Dollar Quartetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; an Electrifying Finale to Ogunquit Playhouse Season

By Nancye Tuttle, Staff Reporter OGUNQUIT Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis are alive and well and making raucous rock â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; roll history in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Million Dollar Quartet,â&#x20AC;? on stage at Ogunquit Playhouse through November 6. The fabulous foursome seems to indeed come to life in this super-charged musical, which played Broadway in 2010-2011 and wowed sold-out crowds here last season. The show pays tribute to an historic event that occurred on December 4, 1956 when the icons gathered for an impromptu, onetime-only recording session at Sun Record Studios, their musical home in Memphis, TN. Perkins was there to cut some new tapes, hoping to revive his sagging career. Sam Phillips, Sun Records owner, brought in the young Lewis, unknown outside of Memphis, to play piano and rev up Perkinsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;




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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Intuitive Abstract Painting at YAA â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;POE: Tales of Fear & Suspenseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; YORK Opens Halloween Night

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KITTERY â&#x20AC;&#x153;Painted Voicesâ&#x20AC;? is a beautiful exhibit of works by five local artists in the Morgan Gallery at the Kittery Community Center and presented by Kittery Art Association (KAA). This exhibit will be shown October 25 through January 31. The public is invited to an Opening Reception with refreshments on Friday, October 28 at 5:30 p.m. Come hear the artists talk about the works and their process. This exhibit showcases the works of Cheri Christenson, Deborah Cotter, Barbara Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Antonio, BJ Glanville and Polly Moak. Christenson is a watercolor artist, art teacher, musician, and owner of Colors & Chords in Kittery. Reverend Deborah Cotter has always loved art history, but found that painting with acrylics help release emotions. Her interfaith ministry, Soul Matters, is based in South Berwick. Barbara Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Antonio works with oils, focusing on figures, and has works displayed in Greece and Italy where she lived for many years. BJ Glanville has been designing fabrics in the textile industry for over 30 years. Growing up in the Virgin Islands encouraged a Caribbean influence. Polly Moak will be displaying her oil works that offer reflections of local scenes. This gallery is free and open to the public. For more information, visit or call 207-439-3800.

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STATEWIDE U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King have announced that the Maine Department of Labor will receive $9,000,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to expand vocational and educational opportunities for Maine students with disabilities. “Few issues are as important to the State of Maine as the availability of good jobs and access to quality education,” said Senators Collins and King in a joint statement. “This innovative program represents a novel approach to increasing the accessibility of competitive jobs and postsecondary education for young Mainers with disabilities. This investment will expand economic opportunities for Mainers across the state.” Through this grant, the Maine Department of Labor will develop a Transition Work-Based Learning Model Demonstration program in partnership with Jobs for Maine Graduates and other local community organizations to match Maine high school graduates with See LABOR page 19...


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BUSINESS & FINANCE Assistance Offered to Farmers Impacted by Drought STATEWIDE U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Maine Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director, Don Todd, reminds farmers and livestock producers of federal farm program benefits that may be available to help eligible producers recover from drought. FSA offers disaster assistance and low-interest loan programs to assist agricultural producers experiencing drought conditions or similar qualifying natural disasters. Available programs and loans include: Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) Provides financial assistance to producers of noninsurable crops when low yields, loss of inventory, or prevented planting occur due to natural disasters (includes native grass for grazing). Eligible producers must have purchased NAP coverage for 2016 crops. ...LABOR from page 18 disabilities with employers and vocational training programs. The model is expected to serve at least 200 students with disabilities per year that are within two years of graduation from high school. The program aims to have at least ninety percent of participants enrolled in postsecondary education or competitive integrated employment within the first year following high school graduation.

Livestock Forage Disaster Program (LFP) Provides compensation to eligible livestock producers who have suffered grazing losses for covered livestock on land that is native or improved pastureland with permanent vegetative cover or is planted specifically for grazing. The grazing losses must be due to a qualifying drought condition during the normal grazing period for the county. Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees, and Farm-Raised Fish Program (ELAP) Provides emergency relief for losses due to feed or water shortages, disease, adverse weather, or other conditions, which are not adequately addressed by other disaster programs. ELAP provides assistance for losses resulting from the cost of transporting water to livestock due to an eligible drought. Producers can apply to receive ELAP assistance at local FSA service centers. For the 2016 program year the application period will end on Nov. 1, 2016.

ing for farmers to install water conservation measures during periods of severe drought to supply emergency water for livestock, including confined livestock and poultry and existing eligible irrigation systems serving orchards and vineyards. Tree Assistance Program (TAP) Provides assistance to eligible orchardists and nursery tree growers for qualifying tree, shrub and vine losses due to natural disaster. HayNet An



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OGUNQUIT On Wednesday, October 26, Amore Breakfast, 309 Shore Road, Ogunquit, will host the 12th Annual $12 Benefit Breakfast from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., for the Dominica Orphanage in the Dominican Republic. Owner Leanne Cusimano met with orphanage and school Director Dominica Rosario

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focused on the importance of finding and promoting diversity in children's books as an important springboard to self-awareness and cultural understanding. Typically, children's books do not fully represent the varied perspectives of local, national and global diversity. She helped the faculty understand how greater racial awareness and understanding can be developed with the help of appropriate and relevant children's books. As she mentioned, in conclusion, all of our children deserve to see themselves and their story on the pages of children's books. Anne Sibley Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brienâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pas-

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sion for multiracial, multicultural, and global subjects grew out of her experience of being raised bilingual and bicultural in South Korea as the daughter of medical missionaries. She attended Mount Holyoke College where she majored in Studio Art, and spent her junior year abroad at Ewha Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s University in Seoul, Korea. In addition to many book awards, she has received, with author Margy Burns Knight, the 1997 National Education Association Author-Illustrator Human & Civil Rights Award for their body of work. In 2007, she received the Katahdin Award for lifetime achievement from the Maine Library Association. Anne has been involved for many years in diversity education and leadership training. She writes the column, "The Illustrator's Perspective," for the Bulletin of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and a blog, "Coloring Between the Lines." She lives with her husband on an island in Maine, and is the mother of two grown children. For more information on Anne Sibley Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, visit




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BUSINESS & FINANCE Why Job-Hunting Millennials could find a Perfect Match with the Federal Government

The greying of the federalgovernment workforce could soon create a hiring crisis as a large swath of older workers retires in the coming years and a new generation declines to fill the breach. Simply put, most young people who are in job-search mode tend to look elsewhere, finding no motivation to vie for federal government positions that may strike them as more dreary than dazzling. “Millennials want to work some place that seems

cool, like Google, or at least for a company with a recognizable name,” says Ann Vanderslice, president and CEO of Retirement Planning Strategies, which specializes in advising federal workers about their benefits. “Not that the federal government isn’t a recognizable name. But it just seems bureaucratic to them, with lots of rules and structures.” The nonprofit group Partnership for Public Service reports that just 7 percent of fed-

eral government jobs are held by millennials, even though they account for 23 percent of the overall U.S. workforce. In addition to preferring less-bureaucratic employers, millennials also are dissuaded by the online system for applying for federal employment, a website called USAJobs. Vanderslice describes USAJobs as a “hornets nest” of an application system. “It’s very cumbersome,” she says. “They get lost in it. And then, if you do finish the

application, it can take six to nine months for the hiring process to play out. Most of them find other jobs in the meantime.” But if they’re willing to persist, millennials could find that employment with the federal government is more desirable than they realize, Vanderslice says. Some reasons include: • Advancement opportunities. Federal jobs come with an enormous potential to move up quickly because about 30 percent of federal employees are eligible to retire right now, and likely will be retiring in the next three to five years. They

Hire-A-Vet Campaign STATEWIDE Veterans possess unique skills and abilities that are essential to effective organizations. Their inherent drive for job accomplishment, leadership and survival skills bring highly desired qualities that set the tone for an environment of a highly successful workplace. This year, the Maine Hire-A-Vet campaign will include the often overlooked immediate family members, who persevere while the veteran is away from home defending our freedoms. Their goal is to engage a minimum of 100 employers to hire 100+ veterans/family members in 100 days. To join the campaign please contact: Campaign Coordinator, Steven Roy, at (207) 624-5156, or email

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are holding higher positions that will suddenly open up, Vanderslice says. That means some young people who start at one of the entry-level positions could be making more than $80,000 in just three to five years. • Benefits. Federal employees enjoy exceptional benefits compared to many other workers. Not only do they have health benefits and paid holidays, they also have both the Thrift Savings Plan, a 401(k)-style plan, and a pension, something few private companies offer anymore. ”Millennials, unfortunately, often don’t understand the value of that,” Vanderslice says. • Having an impact. Studies have shown that millennials prefer jobs with a purpose beyond making money. Employment with the federal government can provide just the opportunity they are lookSee JOBS page 30...

Funding for Crime Victim Program STATEWIDE U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King have announced that the Maine Office of the Attorney General will receive $197,000 through the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Crime Victims Fund. Funds from the Crime Victims Fund enhance state victim compensation payments to eligible crime victims. “No one who has been the target of a crime should be forced to shoulder expenses resulting from being victimized,” Senators Collins and King said in a joint statement. “By supplementing state funding to reimburse victims for outof-pocket expenses relating to a crime, this grant will help individuals recover more quickly.” The Crime Victims Fund was established as a 1988 amendment to the Victims of Crimes Act of 1984. The Fund seeks to support victims of crime and recognizes that victims may face substantial challenges and be entitled to monetary compensation. It is financed by fines and penalties paid by convicted federal offenders.


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Health & Fitness â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Friends of York Hospitalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Awards 2016 Scholarships YORK For almost 50 years the Friends of York Hospital volunteer organization has awarded scholarships to eligible York County High School seniors who plan careers in medicine. In 2016, with the generous help of the York Hospital Physicians Group and their $6,000 donation along with the York Hospital Pharmacy gift of $5,000 and contributions from the Friends of York Hospital, the scholar-

ship committee has awarded a total of $12,000 in scholarships. This year $3,000 each was awarded to two deserving students: Carly Osgood and Hannah Rossignol. Six students each received a $1,000 scholarship: Ryan Chiasson, Eleanor Cifrino, Shannon Lebel, Kelly Ledger, Sarah Murray and Hannah Woodward. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What a talented group of young people they are,â&#x20AC;? exclaimed Sue Little, Scholarship Committee cochair. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Choosing these winners from an application pool of over

30 applicants was daunting, for all the candidates exhibited outstanding credentials.â&#x20AC;? Recently, some of the winners took time out of their busy day for an awards luncheon and to meet with some York Hospital personnel and scholarship committee members to talk about their plans for the future. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We loved their excitement and hearing about their expectations of college life,â&#x20AC;? added Sue Little. Carly Osgood, a graduate of York High School, is attending St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College to study Nursing. Her compassionate service to others is reflected through her work at Sentry Hill, York Harbor and the attainment of her Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certificate. She is eager to become a member of the St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s family and to continue her education to fulfill

her lifelong dream of becoming a nurse. Hannah Rossignol is now enrolled at the University of New Hampshire. She is a graduate of Sanford High School

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Talking with Kids about Grief and Loss In recognition of National Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Grief Awareness Day, join Julie Weiss, LMSW-cc of York Hospital Hospice Care and guest speaker, Susan Giambalvo, LCSW, Program Director at the Center for Grieving Children, to talk about childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s experience of grief and how to support young people through grief and loss. Q & A to follow. Complimentary Lunch and Refreshments will be served.

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Caring for Someone with Cognitive Impairment November 9, 2016 | 4-5:30PM Join us for a presentation by our Regional Dementia Care Specialist, Michelle Godino, to learn about effective techniques that can be helpful in managing unique and challenging behaviors. Share stories, exchange advice, and learn from a Sunrise Dementia Care expert.

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Health & Fitness Nutrisystem Recalls Product Containing Cookie Dough Nutrisystem Everyday, LLC, the retail division of Nutrisystem, Inc., is voluntarily recalling the Nutricrush Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough bar, manufactured by Noble Foods, Inc. This bar contains a chocolate chip cookie dough ingredient supplied by a third party supplier, which advised that its ingredient might potentially contain Listeria monocytogenes. The product had very limited distribution of 1 lot/455 cases to ShopRite and Hannaford stores in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, Vermont, and online through and No other code dates of this product or other NutrisystemÂŽ products in retail are affected. No Nutrisystem â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;direct to consumerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; product is impacted in any way. Listeria monocytogenes is an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women. This voluntary recall covers the Nutrisystem Nutricrush Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bar. The bar was sold as a 5-count carton. The product can be identified by the UPC 6 32674 85579 4, Enjoy by Aug 22 2017 and Lot Code NF082216A. All code information is found on the back panel of the carton. Consumers should not eat the recalled product. Consumers may discard the product or return it to the ShopRite or Hannaford from where it was purchased for a full refund. No illnesses have been reported.


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~ News ~ achieve her dream of helping the lives of others. The School of Pharmacy at the University of Rhode Island will become the new home of Eleanor Cifrino. A recent York High School graduate, Eleanor was able to take part in the job shadow program at York Hospital. After four full days in the hospital and retail pharmacy setting, she came away from the experience understanding the critical role the pharmacist plays not only in dispensing medication, but in advising and sharing their expertise with pa-

...SCHOLARS from page 21 borhood child with disabilities have led her to decision to become an occupational therapist. Kennebunk High School graduate, Ryan Chiasson, is attending Drexel University. Her desire is to become a nurse anesthetist. Living with a family member with a very serious illness brought about her interest in the medical field. Knowing employees in this field also inspired and motivated her to

tients, as well as physicians and nurses. She felt the discipline of pharmacy studies would best utilize her natural academic strengths and service to others. Sarah Murray of York, Maine is a graduate of Berwick Academy. She is attending Roanoke College majoring in medical biology. Sarah has hopes of becoming an oral surgeon. Her momâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s profession as a dental assistant, and her emphasis on the importance of dental hygiene, helped Sarah to maintain a beautiful smile. She hopes to volunteer in underprivileged

countries to help others have beautiful smiles as well. Her oral surgeon also had a positive influence on her career choice. . Wells High School graduate Hannah Woodward will be attending the University of New Hampshire with pre-medical studies in biology. Her dream is to become a trauma surgeon. She has taken a class at Sanford Technical Center this year and by the end of this year, aspires to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician exam; and to become an EMT. Kelly Ledger has entered

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~ Obituaries ~

Violet L. Eberle KENNEBUNK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Violet L. Eberle, 96, a resident of Kennebunk, formerly of Upper Saddle River, NJ, died Friday, October 14, 2016 at her residence following a period of failing health. Violet was born May 5, 1920 in New York, NY, the daughter of Vernon and Jane Campbell Lanphear. She is a graduate of Julia Richman High School in New York City, and attended New York University, majoring in journalism. She began her career in journalism with the advertising firms of Paris & Peart and Pet-

tingill & Fenton, both in New York City, then became assistant to the Editor of Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Day Magazine. In 1949, she married Max Eberle, a former Swiss Ski champion, and together made their home in Upper Saddle River, NJ. In 1960, they opened the Swiss Ski Shop in River Edge, NJ, successfully operating it until their retirement in 1984, when they moved to Kennebunk. Violet was a member of the South Congregational Church in Kennebunkport, was an active volunteer for Laudholm Farm at Wells Reserve, the Kennebunkport Historical Society, and the Brick Store Museum in Kennebunk. Violet is predeceased by her husband Max A. Eberle. Survivors include her sons Stephen Eberle of Ogunquit, Robert Eberle and his wife Janice of Denver, CO, and three grandchildren, Kristofer, Alexander, and Julia. Visiting hours were held October 18, at Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer St. Kennebunk. A funeral service was held on Wednesday, October 19, at South Congregational Church, Kennebunkport, with Reverend Charles Whiston officiating. Interment was at Hope

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Frank P. Hall, 97 NORTH BERWICK â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Frank P. Hall, 97, lifelong resident of North Berwick, died Wednesday, October 12, 2016. Frank died doing what he loved: tending to his garden. He was born October 5, 1919 in Berwick, son of Andrew Jackson Hall and Florence Ham Hall and a 1939 graduate of North Berwick High School.

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Frank was very proud to have served in the U.S. Army where heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d served in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii and Battle of the Bulge in Germany. Frank was a recipient of the Purple Heart for his heroism. Upon his return home, Frank held many jobs to raise his family; among them, postal delivery, mechanic for Harland Day and snowplowing for the town. In 1949, Frank joined his brother, Francis Hall at Triangle Motors; which they owned and operated until 2007. Frank will be remembered for his involvement in town activities, his fundraising efforts for numerous organizations and always willing to help out where ever he was needed. He was a member and past Commander of the American Legion Quint Cheney Post #87, Yorkshire Lodge #179, Pioneer Scottish Rite, KORA Shrine Temple, York County Shrine Club, KORA Shrine International, KORA Renegades, KORA Motor Corps, VFW, AMVETS Post #3, Somersworth Eagles, Lodge of Elks #1470, member of the M.O.A.L. Antique Car Club and North Berwick Rod and Gun Club. Frank was an avid hunter and fisherman. He will be remembered for his love of his garden and cutting his own firewood right up until his death. He loved all the fairs and just last week, Frank took his final ride in the Fryeburg Fair parade and celebrated his 97th birthday. He and his wife spent summers at their Wells Beach Cottage and had traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe and Canada. Frank loved his time spent with his family; being a father and grandfather, telling his many stories of his adventures and sharing his knowledge with all of them. His cherished possession was his 1941, 4-door Cadillac Convertible. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Bessie (Carnegie) Hall of North Berwick; 4 sons, Franklin Hall of North Berwick, Andrew Hall and his wife Ann of Sanford, Sherm Hall and his  T U

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Florence I. LaBrie, 91 WELLS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Florence I.(Woodman-Alexandre) LaBrie of North Berwick Road, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at her home with family by her side. Florence was born in Effingham, NH on September 17, 1925, daughter of Kirtland and Dorothy (Sprague) Woodman. She lived most of her life in Wells and had dedicated her life to raising her family. She enjoyed her sistersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; company as they traveled around finding good deals at yard sales. Florence was a talented quilter and doll maker which were sold to those so privileged to have purchased them. In September, Florence was honored with a 91st birthday celebration at her daughter Nancyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home, at which she was able to visit with all of her family and friends whom she adored so much. Florence was pre-deceased by her 3 sisters, Helen Matthews, Evelyn Alexandre and Virginia Trafton, her brother Kirtland Woodman, Jr., and her first husband and father of her 4 children, Raymond Alexandre and her beloved canine companion, Alice. She will be sorely missed by her son Robert Alexandre and his wife Sally of Ogunquit; 3 daughters, Madeline Brown of Ogunquit, Yvonne Adams and her husband David of Ogunquit, Nancy Shaw of Wells; 2 broth-


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~ Pets ~

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WELLS Keiva is looking for a home to call her own. This purebred Seal Mink Bengal is 7-yearsyoung and has a gorgeous marbled pattern of chocolate and vanilla colors. Keiva, like many bengals, is vocal, intelligent and confident. With her friendly, well-rounded personality, she gets along with children, dogs and other kitties. Keiva recently had surgery to remove her right eye, but this hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t slowed her down or changed her energy level or personality. Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s as agile and graceful as any other kitty. This beautiful, happy, athletic kitty will be a wonderful family member. Call 646-1611 for more info on Keiva. Many kitties are waiting for adoption, including new rescues from northern Maine. Soon theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be old enough to be spayed/neutered and available for adoption, so please visit and

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submit your adoption applications. We want to find homes for them ASAP so we can rescue more kitties before winter weather hits. Sightings of strays are increasing. Please be watchful and kind to any strays abandoned by summer tourists and at closed camps. Many times summer residents feed strays, then just leave when they go back home.

Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK The story of Ludwig, currently available for adoption from the Animal Welfare Society, as told by our Animal Transport Manager, Jen: â&#x20AC;&#x153;A big part of my job here at the Animal Welfare Society is to bring animals to the Animal Welfare Society from other shelters that are overcrowded and are at risk of euthanasia due to capacity restraints. I selected Ludwig to come to AWS from North Carolina because of his handsome good looks, his smile in his picture, and the wonderful things the shelter staff there had to say about him. Ludwig has that special, old soul, draw you in and make you smile personality. Sometimes individual

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The cats are left with no food or protection. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very irresponsible, of course, and we want to ensure that none are left in the cold with no caregiver. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s supposed to be a brutal winter - all the more reason to be watchful. Our thrift shop is celebrating Halloween with a 20 percent discount on your purchase Saturday and Sunday, Oct 29-30 if you wear a Halloween costume while shopping. Please support our No

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showing no signs of illness or anything so we were all shocked by this. Unfortunately the mass came back as a cancerous mass and although the vet got the mass out, dogs with this cancer typically have a very shortened life span of 12-24 months. So Ludwig now needs a family that is willing to give him the best life he can possibly imagine for however long he has. Ludwigâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s message is clear: be happy, be grateful, touch those around you in a positive way, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take anything for granted, and enjoy everything that life has to offer.

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Another Chance Animal Rescue NORTH BERWICK Meet Rusty, who came into ACAR when his caregiver determined that they didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have the time for him so the decision was made to hand over their beloved, exceptionally sweet, gently, young adult kitty. Rusty has a single simple request: to be placed in an indoor only home for his safety and longevity. This wonderful big light orange fella is about two and a half years old. He likes to entertain admirers by batting around his toy mouse and loves an open lap for petting and cuddling. Rusty will do well with most children, all adults, non aggressive house cats and well behaved dogs. He is current on all necessary vaccinations, is neutered and has passed his well-


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~ Obituaries & News ~ ...OBITS from page 28 ers, Robert Woodman of Wells High Pine, Harold Woodman and his wife Shirley of Shapleigh; 9 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren, 3 greatgreat grandchildren, as well as many nieces and nephews. At her request, there will be no services. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick. Condolences may be expressed at

Roy F. Rohde, 81 ELIOT â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Roy F. Rohde, Lt. Col. USAF Retired , 81, husband of the late Irene Knurek Rohde passed away at his home on October 13, 2016. He was born on July 22, 1935 in Sheboygan, WI, and raised on a traditional farm by his parents, Arno and Lydia (Thiel) Rohde. He was the youngest of nine children and is survived by his brother, Robert Rohde of Hayden Lake, ID. Roy graduated from Howards Grove High

School as Valedictorian of his class. Roy served 22 years in the United States Air Force, and did three tours during the Vietnam War. He was a navigator on B-52â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (stationed at McCoy AFB, Orlando, FL and Carswell AFB, Ft. Worth, TX) and later FB 111â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s , retiring with the rank of Lt. Col. as an instructor at Pease AFB, NH. He later worked in construction and as a property manager in the local area. In good health, Roy was quite an athlete and enjoyed golfing and sailing. He always enjoyed sports, and was a big Red Sox fan. He was an avid reader who spent a great deal of time supporting the William Fogg Library in Eliot. He was active in his Church and volunteered at Meal on Wheels. Roy had a passion for Bridge and played weekly at the Senior Centers in South Berwick and in Dover, NH, where he made many close friends. He loved to bake loaves of bread and pies which he regularly distributed to friends and family around town. He had a passion for history and politics, loved

traveling and visiting family. Roy is predeceased by his wife, Irene, originally from Poland. He is survived by two daughters: Sharon Rohde of Eliot, fiance Terry Thomas, and grandson Chad Ellis, wife Jillian great grandsons Nathan and August of SLC, UT and grandson Matthew Roy Ellis and wife Samantha of Poolesville, MD and step daughters Amy, Courntey and Terrin; daughter Debra Lacy, husband Ben, grandsons Joshua and Michael, of Greer, SC. He has many relatives and friends who reside in the Sheboygan and Great Bay, WI areas. A Memorial Service will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, October 23, at Eliot Congregational Church, 1361 State Road, Eliot. Online condolences may be made by visiting Burial will be at a later date at Greenlawn Memorial Park, in Sheboygan, WI. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to William Fogg Library, 116 Old Road, Eliot, ME 03903. Care for the Rhode family has been entrusted to the JS Pelkey Funeral Home.

Audrey Phebus Snyder, 92 OGUNQUIT â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Audrey Phebus Snyder left this world on October 15, 2016, at age 92. Born to Edward and Florence (Brookey) Phebus on September 27, 1924 in Baltimore, MD, Audrey was the youngest of six children. Audrey married Theodore R. Snyder, Jr. (predeceased) on January 17, 1945 and together they traveled to various military posts in the US and abroad, living in Germany and Taiwan with their five children. Her children are Theodore R. Snyder III (predeceased) and wife Suzanne Joseph Snyder

of St. Paul, MN, Michael Karl Snyder and wife Yoshie Tomomatsu Snyder of Tokyo, Japan, Denys Ann Snyder of Stafford Spring, CT, Alexandra Mary Snyder of Albuquerque, NM, and John Nicholas Snyder of Ogunquit. She was very proud of her grandchildren, Emilia Morgan Wilson of New York City and Calvin Egan Wilson of Waitsville, VT. Online condolences may be made by visiting

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Where I come from, nobody knows. And where I am going, everything goes. The wind blows, the sea flows and God knows.â&#x20AC;? ~ Robert Nathan

Wells Receives 49-Acre Gift WELLS The Town of Wells is the recipient of 49 acres of land given by Annie Gowen in memory of W. Ellis and Florence I. Gowen who were the parents of her husband, Norman Ellis. Florence farmed the land for many years and raised their three chil-

dren there, of whom Norman was the youngest. He greatly enjoyed walking the land in his later years. (Annie and the rest of the family are delighted to know this farm will be used for recreation purposes of walking trails and to enjoy nature only available in few areas in Wells).

~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, I like to use online videos and tutorials for instruction and would like to save them to my documents for later off-line reference. I have win 7 and have heard it is possible. Can you tell me what I need to do this, maybe in mp 4 or mp3 format. Hoping you can help, Robert Dear Robert, It is possible to save online videos to your computer, but it is not always legal. Before you start downloading your videos and tutorials, you need to make sure you are able to do so. Once you have checked out the legalities, you next need to find a software program to help you with your task. I have not used any of these programs, but found a few online that you might want to check out. YTD Video Downloader at www., RealPlayer at, NDNow Video Downloader at, Freemake Video Downloader at www.freemake. com/free_video_downloader/. Hopefully one of these will work for you. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I have a laptop computer with vista, it is 7 yrs old. Is there anything I can do to try to keep using it without spending a lot of money to keep it going since there won't be any updates going? I would like to put a different windows in it, but with the age I really don't want to spend a lot of money not knowing how much longer

it will last. Do you have any suggestions to help? I would appreciate what ever help you can give. I really enjoy your help and advice you give thru your emails,. Thank you very much for all your help with the many computer questions so many of us have. Shirley Dear Shirley, If you are using this computer to go online, I would suggest that you get a Linux CD and use that as your operating system. If you are using the computer for programs that don't need online access, just don't connect to the internet and you should be fine. Here are the steps that I set up for my customers who want to continue using their older computer. 1. Download Puppy Linux at: There are directions on the website for how to download. 2. You will download an iso file. Use your CD burning program to create a Puppy Linux disk. 3. With the disk in your CD drive, shut down the computer, then start it up and press the key your computer uses to display

a boot menu. (you might have to look this up on your laptop manufacturers website) You can try either F12 or the Esc key as those are the most common. 4. Once in the boot menu, choose to boot to the CD and you will find yourself looking at the puppy linux desktop instead of the Windows desktop. I usually download and create a disk for my customers, give them a short lesson on booting to the disk and they happily use Linux as their online operating system. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, After backing up all the information that I had on an old computer to my recently purchased new computer, I am unable to open some saved Outlook 2010 files. They transferred over from my old computer into my â&#x20AC;&#x153;Documentsâ&#x20AC;? folder on my new computer and after getting the message that I had to move them to my new Outlook 2010 file, I did, but still they would not open and just recently that file shows that it is empty. But I do see the following files in my Documents folder = Archive.






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pst; My Outlook Data File (1). pst; and Outlook.pst. How can I open these to retrieve the saved information? Your help is appreciated, Penny Dear Penny, The best way to retrieve the messages in those files is to open Outlook first, then use the "Import" function to import the messages, contacts and settings into Outlook. I don't have Outlook 2010 on my computer so I can't give you step by step directions, but usually the import function is either in the "File" menu or the "Tools" menu. If you live in the area, I would be happy to set Outlook back up for you, transferring emails from old to new computers is one of the things I frequently do for my customers. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I really only have a problem with your tiny font. Must be a 10 or smaller. I am using 14 as above in bold This is yours in black. I was wondering if you could possible enlarge your font

for us seniors whose sight is not what it use to be. I really enjoy your Q & As. Lynn in Orlando, Fl Dear Lynn, I actually send this newsletter out in plain text. This means that the size of the text in the messages is determined by the recipient. All you need to do is go into the settings in your email program and enlarge the font for reading plain text messages. You didn't specify what email program you are using, so I can't give you directions, but it should be easy to find by looking through the settings. I already have directions on my website for changing the font size in Windows Live Mail at: Elizabeth Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at

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...MORE from page 24 a minor in neuroscience. Shannon longs for the opportunity to become a pediatric surgeon. For several years she helped care for a child requiring special attention. She performed her duties with precision and and compassion. Shannon states that she â&#x20AC;&#x153;loves to feel the adrenaline pumping through her veins when she has the opportunity to help a person in need.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is reassuring to know that wherever these young people choose to serve, their patients will be in exceedingly good hands, and they will indeed make a difference,â&#x20AC;? said Scholarship Committee Co-

Chair Alice Emery. The Friends of York Hospital and the York Hospital community salute each and every one of these recipients and are most grateful to the entire Scholarship Committee who spent many thoughtful hours reading nearly 30 applications, and making some difficult decisions. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They were excellent interviewers,â&#x20AC;? Alice noted, â&#x20AC;&#x153;while asking probing questions and also putting the students at ease.â&#x20AC;? Other Scholarship Committee members include: Nick DeNitto, Maddie Hayes, Sally Hudgins, Nancy Huff, Dr. Robert Hulefeld, Hilary Leonhard, Judith McAllister and Roberta Sullivan. Special thanks

...QUARTET from page 16 But if music is its heart, its electrifying performers are the soul of this musical, starting with the amazing Nat Zegree, reprising last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fabulous portrayal of Jerry Lee Lewis, in an itchy, twitchy ball of energy performance accompanied by his own incredible riffs. Scott Moreau makes a comeback as Johnny Cash, in a to the Friendraising Team of York Hospital for their support. For more information, please contact York Hospitalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Friendraising Office at 207-351-2385 or email

barrel-chested, deep-voice performance, laced with the sad melancholy that is acutely reminiscent of the country-gospel great. Beau Cassidy, making his Ogunquit debut as Elvis Presley, brings a swagger and believability to his portrayal of the King, more so than last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performer. And his performance clearly delighted his dad, teen heartthrob David Cassidy (The Partridge Family), who was in the audience the day I was there. James Barry, also making his debut here, plays Carl Perkins with understated appeal and a terrific voice. Jason Loughlin, returning

as Sam Phillips, is excellent in his key role as narrator. And Bligh Voth, as Elvisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; girlfriend Dyanne, adds just enough feminine sizzle to this male-dominated show. Nathan Yates Douglass and David Sonneborn play backup to the stars but are pivotal to the showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sound and success. Million Dollar Quartet is a show to return to again and again. I liked it last year, and this year, I loved it. You wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to miss it. Believe me, it rocks. Million Dollar Quartet continues through Nov. 6. Call 207-646-4411 or visit www. for tickets.

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Girls' Varsity Soccer Wednesday, Oct. 12 Berwick 7, Kents Hill 0 The Bulldogs had a solid 7-0 win over Kents Hill at home. The Bulldogs created a lot of chances but couldn't find the back of the net until the 29th minute when Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) hit a great diagonal ball to Caroline Starr (Rye, NH) who volleyed the ball back across the net to Aaliyah Farid (Hampton, NH) who scored what would be the game winning goal. Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) added a goal of her own in the 35th minute after stealing the ball. Annie Vatcher (Kennebunk, ME) had a great chance in the 38th minute flying down the left flank and firing a shot just wide of the back post. Up 2-0 going into the second half the Bulldogs were determined to capitalize on the chances they created and Annie Vatcher (Kennebunk) almost got on the board in the 42nd minute just narrowly missing a header off a cross from Kenza Farid (Hampton, NH). Less then a minute later, Kenza Farid (Hampton, NH) got off another great cross this time to Christine Gardella (Haverhill, MA) who increased the Bulldog lead to 3-0. In the 50th minute Christie Sullivan (Stratham, NH) hit a beautiful corner and Kenza Farid (Hampton, NH) was there to head it into the back of the net. In the 54th minute Christine Gardella (Haverhill, MA) got her second goal of the game with a quick shot that caught the Kents Hill keeper off guard and fell right below the crossbar off a pass from Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH). In the 70th minute Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) got her second goal of the game with a rocket of a shot

from the top of the 18 to the upper left corner. In the 76th minute Caroline Starr (Rye, NH) got the fnal Bulldog goal with a nice shot. The Bulldogs improved to 6-3-1 and Sam Montagno (Exeter, NH) earned the teams 5th shutout of the season with the win. Statistical Summary: 29th A. Farid from Starr and Zimmermann, 35th Zimmermann, 43rd Gardella From K. Farid, 50th K. Farid From Sullivan, 54th Gardella from Zimmerman, 70th Zimmermann, 76th Starr, Montagno 0GA 5th Shutout.

Friday, Oct. 14 Berwick 2, Newton Country Day, 0 The Bulldogs returned to league play in the Eastern Independent League with a 2-0 win over Newton Country Day School. The Bulldogs created a lot of chances and in the 14th minute they got on the board when Adara Groman (Stratham NH) played a great ball over the top to Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) who made her way down the right flank and blasted the ball off the left post and into the back of the net for the 1-0 lead. Newton had some good possesion in the Berwick defensive end but Berwick's defense was solid. Berwick continued to play well but couldn't get a second goal with Newton's goalkeeper picking up most through balls. In the 38th minute they had their best chance to increase the lead with a fury in the box after a shot from Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) deflected off the keeper and the ball bounced around the 6 yard box for what seemed liked 2-3 minutes. The Bulldogs went into halftime up 1-0, and Newton came out strong in the second half. Newton started to create more chances in the early part of the second half, including one effort that went off the cross-

bar. Overall the Berwick defense of Christie Sullivan (Stratham, NH), Adara Groman (Stratham, NH), Vanessa Leavitt (Haverhill, MA), Tess Varley (Portsmouth, NH), Kenza Farid (Hampton, NH), and Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) was solid with many key plays and clearances. It wasn't until the 74th minute that the pressure was lifted when Aaliyah Farid (Hampton, NH) dribbled around multiple Newton defenders broke into the 18-yard box and put the ball past a rushing Newton keeper for the insurance goal. The Bulldogs improved to 7-3-1 and Sam Montagno (Exeter, NH) earned the teams 6th shutout of the season with the 2-0 win. Statistical Summary: 14th Zimmermann from Groman, 74th A Farid unassisted, Montagno 0GA 6th Shutout.

Girls' Field Hockey Friday, Oct. 14 Berwick 0, Newton Country Day 2 Berwick (3-5) lost a tight 2-0 match to EIL rival Newton Country Day. Senior goalie Teya Adams (Rochester, NH) had 17 saves. Senior captain midfielder Lily Reed (York, ME) had an outstanding game moving the ball up from the defense to the Bulldogs offense.

Boys' Soccer Wednesday, Oct. 12 Berwick 0, Proctor 1 Pa Ibou Diallo from Dakar, Senegal scored the only goal of the game as Proctor Academy beat Berwick Academy 1-0. Ethan Littlefield of Rochester, NH, played well for Berwick on defense, as did Byron Welch of Henniker, NH, in goal. Berwick is 5-4-1 on the season.

Saturday, Oct. 15 Berwick 11, Landmark 0

Benefit Dance for Youth Wrestling WELLS 'Boyz Gone Wild' is the 1980s band that will be performing on Saturday, November 5 for the Wells' Youth Wrestling benefit dance. The event will take place at Village by the Sea, Route 1, Wells, from 7-11 p.m. Tickets $20 per person.

Advance ticket sales receive 5 free raffle tickets. Cash bar and raffle baskets. For more information, 207-459-9433; Proceeds benefit children in Wells Youth Wrestling Program.

Brendan Tribastone of Newburyport, MA, scored three and assisted on another, captain Chad Thut of Dover, NH, had a goal and two assists, Derek Muse of Kennebunkport, had two goals, and Evan Ney of Amesbury, MA had the shutout as Berwick Academy beat Landmark School 11-0.

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'Tis the season for pumpkin picking, hot cider, and of course, trick-or-treating. As the holiday approaches, stores and websites offering Halloween costumes and decorations seem to pop up overnight. Better Business Bureau advises shoppers to check out unfamiliar stores or websites first before buying. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), the Halloween industry is expected to reach a record-breaking $8.4 billion in sales this year. This means more and more people are hopping on the costumeselling bandwagon, but may not encompass the business practices you want to invest your time and money in. The last thing you need is to order a costume and have it arrive looking nothing like it was advertised, clearly damaged, delivered too late, or not delivered at all. "Every year, we hear Halloween horror stories from con-

sumers who received poor-quality items," said Paula Fleming, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer for the local BBB. "Getting a costume at a discounted price may seem like a good deal, but you should examine items carefully before purchasing, or at the very least, check the store's return policy." One consumerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s horror story involved ordering her child's costume online. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I wanted to avoid spending an entire day rummaging through the chaotic costume racks at the nearby shopping mall, so I figured shopping online was the way to go this year.â&#x20AC;? The customer ended up using a third-party site to buy a used costume for a discounted price for her child. The picture the seller used featured the product in its original packaging, so she assumed it would look as promised. When the costume arrived, it was wrinkled and

looked well-worn. It definitely didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t make her or her child excited about dressing up that year. If you're shopping for costumes and decorations this Halloween, there are some tricks to keep an eye out for to avoid being haunted well after the season: Look for the Seal: BBB Accredited Businesses meet Accreditation standards, which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any customer complaints. With more than 400,000 Accredited Businesses, simply looking for the BBB seal is an easy way to make sure the business that youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re dealing with is trustworthy. Double Check the Siteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Security: Only provide your credit card number online in a secure environment. On pages where you enter a credit card number or PayPal account login, look for the prefix â&#x20AC;&#x153;https://â&#x20AC;? in the URL box listing the websiteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s address to be sure that the site you are


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Boys' Varsity Soccer Thursday, Oct. 13 Marshwood 1, Bonny Eagle 1 Marshwood (7-6-1) and Bonny Eagle played to a draw in Standish. Bonny Eagle held a 1-0 lead at half with a goal from Ryan Moody. Marshwood's Noah Caramagno tied it up in the second half, assisted by Riley Dinsmore-Patch. Sam Leathe made 6 saves for Marshwood.

Tuesday, Oct. 18 Gorham 2, Marshwood 0 Marshwood (7-6-1) lost to Gorham (13-0-1) in South Berwick. Gorham broke the 0-0 tie with under 13 minutes to play in the second half with goals from Ryan Firmin and Kyle Patterson. Marshwood' Sam Leathe made 12 saves in net.

Girls' Varsity Soccer Friday, Oct. 14 Marshwood 0, Bonny Eagle 2

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$50,000 Raised to Help Send Kids with Muscular Dystrophy to Camp

STATEWIDE 14 Mardenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s locations in the State of Maine and their customers raised $50,000 during the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Summer Camp pinup program to help kids fighting mus-

cular dystrophy and related lifethreatening diseases experience a week of fun and friendship at MDA Summer Camp, all at no cost to their families. From August 1 to August 31, Mardenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s locations partici-

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summer camp pinup program in Maine help support MDAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s efforts to make each camp fullyaccessible and medically-safe for its campers. They also help provide meals and snacks for each child, 24-hour medical staff on site, lodging for the full week and offer customized activities, such as swimming, horseback riding, zip-lining, adaptive sports and more, so every child can fully participate and truly live unlimited.

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~ News ~

The History of Apples and the Future of Local Agriculture

SOUTH BERWICK The history of apples and the future of local agriculture is the topic of the Old Berwick Historical Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s guest lecturer, heritage Maine grower John Bunker on Thursday, October 27 at 7:30 p.m.

The lecture, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The History of Apples in Maine,â&#x20AC;? will be held at the Jeppesen Science Center at Berwick Academy, with refreshments served by volunteers. The public is welcome and admission is by donation. Participants can take

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Fogg Entrance #2 and use the parking lot at the top of the hill. Bunker coordinates nursery sales for Fedco, a co-op seed and nursery company in Clinton, Maine. His passion is tracking down heirloom fruit varieties, particularly those originating in Maine. His presentation will explore the past 300 years of apple history, paying particular attention to the transformational 1800s and how those hundred years changed the apple orchards of Maine forever. Bunker will examine the 20th century, when apple diversity went into steep decline, as well as the 21st century and its cider revolution and the

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return of the heirlooms. â&#x20AC;&#x153;How do we invent a local agriculture for the future?â&#x20AC;? said Bunker. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The keys to our success may be waiting in the past for us to rediscover.â&#x20AC;? Bunker grew up in Massachusetts and California, moving to Maine in 1968. He has lived in Palermo on Super Chilly Farm for the past 43 years, where he and Cammy Watts grow vegetables, woody and herbaceous ornamentals, small fruits and tree fruits. He established the Maine Heritage Orchard at the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) Common Ground in Unity. Eventually the orchard will be home to 500 or more historic pears and apples, with 170 planted so far. More information about the Old Berwick Historical Societyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s programs is available at Photo at top right: Orchardist John Bunker will present â&#x20AC;&#x153;The History of Apples in Maineâ&#x20AC;?.

...FINLEY from page 3 standing student. He works hard and always puts in his best effort. His future is bright as he is a very talented young man whose skills and capacity for learning will surely be sought by many. We are extremely proud of Kevinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s significant accomplishment and recognition by the College Board. This achievement is exceptional!â&#x20AC;? Finley was also recognized for this high academic achievement by the WOCSD School Committee at its October 5th meeting. Kevin Finley is the son of Marcia Finley of Wells and Scott Finley of Newburyport, Massachusetts.

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Saturday, October 22 North Berwick American Legion Bean Supper 5-6:30 p.m. Serving home baked beans, hotdogs, ham, coleslaw, brown bread , rolls coffee and dessert. $8. Held at 21 Main Street, North Berwick.

Tatnic Hills History Hike Joe Hardy, author of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Settlement & Abandonment of Tatnic Hill:

Eclectic History of Wells,â&#x20AC;? 16001900, will lead this tour of the former settlement and conserved lands on Tatnic Hill, Tufts Road, Wells from 10 a.m.-noon. Several foundations testify to the past history, and Mordanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cave is one of the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Wonders of Tatnic.â&#x20AC;? Space limited; reservations required. FMI: Great Works Regional Land Trust, 207-646-3604; email info@

Halloween Celebration Held at Frisbee Common at the Kittery Community Center, 120 Rogers Road from noon to 3 p.m. Pumpkin painting/carving, hayrides, games, food/concessions, costume contest, bounce house, community groups and more. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget your costumes! Rain date is October 23. Free! FMI: 207-439-3800 or visit

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Bluegrass Performance Come tap your toes to the tunes of the well known and local Cedar Mountain Bluegrass Band performing at 2 p.m. at The Wells Ogunquit Center at Moody (the Sr Center) at 300 Post Road, Wells. Tickets are $10, available at the door. Proceeds benefit the Center.

Rocky Hills & York Pond Hike With member Jack Kareckas as guide, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll follow our noses along historic Punkintown Road to

Swazey Hill, Bartlett Mill Pond and York Pond. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll also check out the 100-acre Rocky Hills parcel owned by Great Works Regional Land Trust. 10 a.m.-noon. Space limited; reservations required. FMI: Great Works Regional Land Trust, 207-646-3604; email info@

Ogunquitfest Costume Parade Parade is from center of town to Main Beach in Ogunquit at 11 a.m. Costumed kids, adults, and dogs! Rain location: under the tents at Main Beach Parking Lot. Ogunquit dogs, Wells dogs, York dogs and all tourist dogs welcome! FMI:

Monday, October 24 Calling All Quilters! The Evergreen Quilt Guild will meet from 6-9 p.m. at St. David's Episcopal Church, Route 1, two miles south of Kennebunk Village. Newcomers are always welcome.

Learn more about Wentworth-Douglass Hospitalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plan to join the Massachusetts General Hospital Family

Hiking and Surviving in the Woods Noon - 1 p.m. Have you ever dreamed of hiking in the mountains for weeks on end? Jess Caron did it and will share her experiences from the Northern California section of the Pacifi c Crest Trail. Jess will explain how to dehydrate food, plan meal packages, hunt for water sources, and survive in the woods. Bring your lunch and a $2 donation to the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. FMI: 207-646-1555;

Tuesday, October 25 Maine Peace Walk The 5th Maine Peace Walk share their message of peace and concern for the environment, held at St. Christopherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Catholic Church at 7:15 p.m., 4 Barrell Lane, York. Sponsored by the Maine Chapter of Veterans for Peace, the theme is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stop the Wars on Mother Earthâ&#x20AC;?. Begins on Indian Island, with the Penobscot Nation, and concludes in Portsmouth, NH on October 26. Walkers will travel about 15-18 miles a day, through rural and urban Maine, inviting citizens to join for an hour, a day, or more and to help in any way they can.

Wednesday, October 26 Saco Coin and Currency Club Held at the Amtrak Train Station on Main Street in Saco at 7 p.m. All interested persons are invited to attend. FMI: call Ed at 207-2839739.

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A Community Forum will take place Thursday, November 3rd at 6pm at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. State regulators are currently reviewing the proposal put forth earlier this year by both WentworthDouglass Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital to have Mass General become the parent organization of Wentworth-Douglass Hospital. This is an exciting proposal for Wentworth-Douglass and our entire communityâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;one that will enhance the quality care available for patients and their families right here on the Seacoast. WORLD-RENOWNED CARE Wentworth-Douglass has had a clinical afďŹ liation with with Mass General since 2008 which has brought new sophisticated levels of care with world-class clinicians and expertise to this community. Joining the Mass General family is a natural progression of this close relationship and will make Wentworth-Douglass a leading destination for health care right here in the Seacoast with additional specialty services to treat conditions not traditionally available at community hospitals. LEADING-EDGE PROTOCOLS Wentworth-Douglass will provide care with evidencebased best practices created by the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading

hospital. In conjunction with our existing network of skilled primary care and specialty providers, new skills and technology will mean cutting-edge care is available right here in the Seacoast.

Wednesday Wandering, Thurrel Road, South Berwick from, 3-5 p.m. Join Outreach Coordinator of Great Works Regional Land Trust, Brenna Crothers, for a walk out to LaChance point and to Orris Falls. Observe the evolving wetlands as a beaver dam let out this spring and a â&#x20AC;&#x153;beaver deceiverâ&#x20AC;? was installed to relieve rising water levels. Space limited; reservations required. FMI: Great Works Regional Land Trust, 207-646-3604; email

Thursday, October 27 Candidates' Forum

SEAMLESS INFORMATION SHARING Medical, diagnostic and pharmaceutical information will be accessible by providers through a shared (and protected) electronic medical record system. This makes transitions in care safer and meets the challenges of the future in a more cost effective manner by reducing unnecessary testing for patients and improving the efďŹ ciency and coordination of care.

7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall in South Berwick. Participating will be candidates for the Maine House of Representatives, the South Berwick Town Council, and RSU 35 Board of Directors. Forum will be live-streamed on the town's webcam. Sponsored by SmartGrowth South Berwick, a program of SoBo Central.

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This proposed acquisition is still under review but its terms note that while Mass General would be the parent organization, Wentworth-Douglass Hospital would remain an independently licensed, not-forproďŹ t, charitable health care organization, and maintain its own board of trustees, medical staff, community connections, and fundraising activities. We invite you to learn more and ask your questions at our Community Forum in the Garrison Auditoriums at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital on November 3 at 6pm. Location: 789 Central Ave, Dover, NH 03820.

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Held at Village By the Sea, 1373 Post Road, Wells. Facilitated discussion on the opiate crisis and its solutions in York County. Includes recommendations for reducing the devastating effects of opiate misuse and addiction in Maine. Help identify action steps that can be taken. Light refreshments served. FMI and to RSVP: Sally Manninen at smanninen@

Youth Game Night in Eliot 5:30-7 p.m. at Rice Cottage at the bottom of the hill at Green Acre Baha'i Center, 938 Main Street, Eliot. For youth ages 11-14, sponsored by the Eliot Junior Youth Group. Free pizza and games, parents welcome. Games include board games, ping pong, foosball and more! FMI:

Friday, October 28 See EVENTS page 11...

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Beth Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor 92 Sullivan St, Berwick, ME 03901 (207) 287-1440

Proudly Serving the citizens of District 5 Berwick and North Berwick (part) Dear Citizens, I am running for re-election for House District 5, Berwick and North Berwick (part), because I continue to have great concerns about many issues that our families face every day. I can continue to be a strong voice for you in helping to shape policy that ensures positive economic growth along with a better quality of life for all Maine citizens. In the 127th legislature I was selected to serve on Energy Utilities and Technology, and with your vote I hope to continue serving on this committee in the 128th Legislature. The laws that are passed in this committee affect every single household and business in our beautiful state.               policy that will be a driver for positive economic growth and keep more of your hard earned money in your pocket â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not the special interests that lobby legislators have to socialize the costs of their business on the backs of you, the rate payers. Nick Bennett, the staff scientist for the Natural Resource Council of Maine, said in a thank you note: â&#x20AC;&#x153;I appreciate the great work you did last session on the biomass issue. I think it was a big win that the legislature passed only a $13 million subsidy rather than the approximately $200 million subsidy the biomass industry initially asked for. This was in great part due to your work pushing the issue.â&#x20AC;? I wanted no subsidies                   to out-of-state interests. The Maine Credit Union League which serves 676,000 members endorsed my campaign saying that my past outstanding support was a major factor in making the endorsement. The National Federation of Independent Business endorsed my campaign saying â&#x20AC;&#x153;nearly all candidates talk about their support for small business but what matters most is action, not just talk, and your voting record clearly shows that you both speak out and stand up for small business.â&#x20AC;?         !" # opponent received an â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fâ&#x20AC;?. Maine Taxpayers United endorsed my campaign because of my work on taxation issues. Their motto is â&#x20AC;&#x153;to reduce our state and local tax burden and promote prudent government spending.â&#x20AC;?          % & '  can Legion for supporting them. They stated my â&#x20AC;&#x153;excellence in promoting      " It has been an honor and a privilege to serve you. I hope I have earned your vote to continue to do so. Sincerely,

Representative Beth A. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor


For State Representative

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NY Times Bestselling Author Jessica Lahey to Present

SOUTH BERWICK Berwick Academy is thrilled to welcome New York Times bestselling author Jessica Lahey to the Hilltop on Monday, October 24, where she will present on her book, â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed.â&#x20AC;? The parent event, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m.

in the Arts Center Theater. The evening will include a keynote address, question and answer session, and book signing. For more information visit our website at www.berwickacademy. org. What's the best way to motivate students to own their education, learn deeply and durably, and develop resilience? Research has shown that the key to all

these things is intrinsic motivation, or motivation that comes from within. Jessica Lahey summarizes the current research on autonomy-supportive parenting and teaching, competence, rewards, praise, and failure. Finally, she explains how parents and educators can give students the support and encouragement they need in order to stay motivated over the long term. We encourage all attendees to read this book in advance of the event. For additional infor-

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mation about â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Gift of Failure,â&#x20AC;? please visit Jessica Lahey is a teacher, writer, and mom. She writes about education, parenting, and child welfare for The Atlantic, Vermont Public Radio, and the New York Times. She is a member of the Amazon Studios Thought Leader Board and wrote the educational curriculum for Amazon Kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Stinky and Dirty Show.â&#x20AC;? Jessica earned a B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Massachusetts and a J.D. with a concentration in juvenile and education law from the University of North Carolina School of Law. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two sons and teaches in Vermont.

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