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Friday, November 15, 2013
Volume 9 • Issue No. 46
Senator Angus King speaks at POW/ MIA “Chair of Honor” Dedication
This chair of honor was placed in the Hussey Seating showroom in North Berwick on Nov. 11 as part of a dedication ceremony to honor POW/MIA soldiers. (photo courtesy Kimberly Ford)
Marshwood Schools Celebrate Local Veterans ELIOT In honor of Veterans Day, Marshwood Great Works School and Marshwood Middle School held ceremonies last week to celebrate local veterans and thank them for their service. On Nov. 7, Marshwood Great Works School hosted veter-
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ans and their families for a special assembly. The MGWS Chorus opened the assembly with a performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner”and included a poetry reading of “In Flander’s Fields” by Gabriell LaBarge, a special thanks to VFW Post 5744 by Mal Kenney and a presentation by USS Miami Crew Members. Students also prepared personal essays for veterans and their families to enjoy. After the assembly was over, a breakfast reception was held. It was a time for the students and faculty to personally thank the veterans who came out to join them.
By Kimberly Ford Contributing Writer NORTH BERWICK On Veterans Day, Senator Angus King was joined by Tim Hussey, president and CEO of Hussey Seating, Inc, and Joe D’Entremont, president of Rolling Thunder Massachusetts Chapter 1, in a dedication ceremony to honor POW/MIA soldiers, as well as veterans everywhere. During Monday’s ceremony, a seat was dedicated in the Hussey Seating showroom to remain perpetually empty as a reminder that despite their abMarshwood Middle School’s Veterans Day Celebration was held on Nov. 8. It was the school’s eleventh annual celebration. The school-wide assembly began at 8:30 a.m., with students greeting their honored guests with handshakes and thank yous. As the celebration continued, students, faculty, local police and fire department members, town officials and state representatives joined to pay tribute to veterans through songs, readings and power point presentations. The emotional and touching experience emphasized the importance of understanding the sacrifices veterans have made and continue to make. Both events represent the community’s respect for its veterans.
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sence, these soldiers are not forgotten. In his opening remarks, Hussey expressed his undying gratitude to all who have sacrificed for this country by saying, “This is your day. This day is for you!” Rolling Thunder, a motorcycle club founded to publicize the POW/MIA issue, has been working with Hussey Seating company for almost two years to dedicate “chairs of honor” and place them in venues across Massachusetts. Chairs currently sit in Fenway Park, Gillette Stadium, and TD Bank Garden.
With support from Hussey Seating, Rolling Thunder Massachusetts Chapter 1 would like to take the program across the nation. Visionary and Rolling Thunder leader, D’Entremont, spoke very modestly about his efforts and accomplishments in creating and pushing this program. He immediately gave credit to Rolling Thunder Tennessee for sparking this idea when he saw a chair dedication in the Smoky Mountains. It is his dream to take this proSee CHAIR page 4...
Los Angeles Native Ends Nation-wide Walk in Portland
Mario Landeros began his expedition across America in Los Angeles in May of 2012 and finished in Portland on Oct. 31. His effort raised $13,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
By Ethan Bukowiec Staff Writer PORTLAND As a child, Mario Landeros’ family was poor and when it came time for the holidays, they were the ones who benefitted from food drives, programs like Toys for Tots and the charity of others. “It always stuck with me that there were strangers out there who were willing to help,” said Landeros. “At some point, I decided it was my turn to give
back.” The 40-year-old Los Angeles native gave back in a huge way, raising over $13,000 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by enduring a year-and-a-half long trek across the country that started in Los Angeles in May 2012 and ended in Portland on Oct. 31. The process leading up to Landeros’ journey started six years ago, when he began volunSee WALK page 6...
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Ogunquit Spirit of Giving Committee Helping Students Participate in Extracurriculars OGUNQUIT The Ogunquit Spirit of Giving Committee is pleased to announce a new fund set up for the use of the Wells Ogunquit CSD. As part of its mission, the Ogunquit Spirit of Giving Committee helps the dreams of children throughout the state to come true. The Committee, which is coming into its ninth season of providing holiday gifts for children in need, estimates that they have provided over $100,000 worth of gifts to children in the Adoptive and Foster Families of Maine (AFFM) and Frannie Peabody Center programs. “The long-term generosity of our community astounds me,” says committee member, Jimmy Lucibello. “So far this year we have over 100 sponsors signed up, but we need more support,” added Brian Linden. Each year at the culminating holiday party, a raffle is held to cover the costs of supplies, last minute forgotten gifts, and postage. Last year, thanks to the generosity of Frannie Peabody Center case workers who drove last minute gifts to AFFM in Old Town, the committee had money left over. The committee decided to expand its reach and do something for children right here in the community with the excess. After a meeting with the new Superintendent of Schools, Ellen Schneider, it was decided to provide money for a fund to help children who may want to participate in extra-curricular activities, but may not have the money for supplies. “As a committee, we realize
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gram to the next level. There are now 43 chairs dedicated in the state of Massachusetts, and D’Entremont is striving to place one in every city in the state. With dedicating a chair in the Hussey Showroom, he is hoping it will spark desire for others to join the movement. As of now, Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, and Meadowlands Sports Complex in New Jersey, have committed. “We’ve got two, but we want a whole lot more,” D’Entremont says. Following D’Entremont’s remarks, Senator King spoke very enthusiastically about his appreciation for veterans everywhere.
“It shouldn’t only be once a year that we remember the people who made the sacrifice,” he said. He recalled his Veterans Day morning beginning with a singing of the national anthem. He brought to everyone’s attention that America is the only country with an anthem that ends with a question. To this he stated, “I believe the answer to that question is contained in itself. The land of the free and the home of the brave. We will only be the land of the free as long as we remain the home of the brave. And that’s what our veteran’s are, above all else, brave.” Senator King reminds us all, although the chair of honor is dedicated to those soldiers who
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~ News ~ WHS’s O’Brien Named Semifinalist in 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program WELLS Wells High School senior Kyle O’Brien of Wells has been named a Semifinalist in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. He achieved this status by scoring highly on the 2012 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test or PSAT/NMSQT in his junior year. According to a press release from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), approximately 1.5 million high
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River all the way to Whaleback Lighthouse, finishing between 4 p.m and 4:30 p.m. There are plans for Srendzienski to switch on a special light display when he reaches the lighthouse. As if that isn’t enough, Srendzienski and his popular band, The Serfs, will perform at an evening “Holiday Beach Party” after the swim, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Dec. 7 in the Star Theatre at the Kittery Community Center. Admission
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began fundraising on a local level. Landeros said he spoke often about doing something big, and in November of 2011 he decided it was time to put up or shut up. “Either I needed to stop talking about it, or I needed to go through with it,” recalled Landeros. It took Landeros only five months to get things in order for his endeavor. He sold his apartment and much of his clothes and raised the $3,000 he decided he would need to successfully make it from Los Angeles to Portland. He set a target of $100 million to raise for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and admits those aspirations might have been a bit lofty. “Maybe I was a bit naive,”
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Colonial Maine Indians Remembered at Old Berwick Historical Society Lecture SOUTH BERWICK The Indians whom the Pilgrims befriended in Massachusetts often come to mind at this time of year. But Native Americans living in Northern New England are shrouded in mystery. At an upcoming lecture sponsored by the Old Berwick Historical Society, Dr. Ellen Cowie will discuss the French in Maine during the 16th through 18th centuries, with a particular emphasis on the Wabanaki village of Norridgewock. The archaeological information from this site has provided rich insight into the history of one Native American community located on the embattled frontier of French, English and Wabanaki colonial America. Entitled, “The French and Wabanaki in Maine: The View from Norridgewock,” Cowie’s talk will be Thursday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 pm at Berwick Academy’s Jeppesen Science Center on Academy Street. The public is invited, and refreshments will be served by volunteers. The program is the concluding lecture in the historical society’s 2013 series marking the 300th anniversary of Berwick’s formation, when it separated from Kittery in 1713. Monthly historical talks and walks have been presented under grants from Kennebunk Savings and the Maine Humanities Council. Cowie is the president and co-director of the Northeast Archaeology Research Center, located in Farmington, Maine. She started her career in northeastern archaeology in 1983 at Munsungun Lake in northern Maine and Fort Pentagoet in Castine while an undergraduate student at University of Maine. She became the director of the University of Maine at Farmington Archaeology Research Center in 1997. Cowie received her Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh in 2002. Her dissertation
research focused on the Contact Period and Norridgewock villages in Maine – when Europeans and Indians encountered each other during 17th century. Her recent research focuses on riverine adaptations with an emphasis on the adoption of maize horticulture by native
peoples in northern New England. The Old Berwick Historical Society’s website, www. oldberwick.org, offers more information on 17th century local history, including Native Americans. More information on the Counting House
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Multi-Artisan Holiday Open House at Santora Fine Art
KENNEBUNK Santora Fine Art, 23 Fletcher St (Rte 35), Kennebunk, is hosting its 3rd Annual Multi-Artisan Holiday Open House on Saturday, Nov. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Three artisans will be joining Carol Santora – Barbara Hill,
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Project Pilgrim Provides Thanksgiving Day Dinner for Whole Community
KENNEBUNK On Thursday, Nov. 28, Community Harvest, a local nonprofit organization, will host the 15th Annual Project Pilgrim at St. Martha’s Church on Route 1 in Kennebunk. Project Pilgrim is a complimentary Thanksgiving
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Passage of the bond to reconstruct Wells High School would not have been possible were it not for the many individuals who stepped forward to assist in this endeavor. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the school committee for ensuring the measure made it to the ballot in a form which put the needs of children first, to Superintendent of Schools Ellen Schneider and her district staff for stepping in mid stream and providing a consistent voice and vision for the project, to Principal Jim Daly and his administrative team for consistent leadership from initial concept discussions through Tuesday’s vote, to the faculty and staff of Wells High School for clearly defining the parameters needed to instruct our students well, to our students who spoke honestly and candidly with adults about the conditions of the building, to the entire building committee and subcommittees for their tireless effort to form the plan and to educate our communities, and to each of you, the voters, who exercised your democratic right. The tedious effort of fully designing the building now begins in earnest. Until this point, the design focused on the details needed to form the project parameters, concept, and budget. In the coming weeks and months the building committee and an array of subcommittees will begin to form final recommendations. All building committee meetings will remain open to the public. Public comment is the first agenda item for each meeting. Please consider voicing your opinion or serving on a subcommittee. Subcommittee needs will be published frequently. We are also fully aware a portion of our community voted against this project. We respect and value the concerns you expressed and invite you to engage in the process as we move forth. A healthy discourse will help assure the project is done well. As this project progresses, please remain engaged. Attend building committee meetings. Volunteer for subcommittees. Follow the most up to date information on the WOCSD site (link on bottom of page). Most of all, we thank you for the trust you have placed in our elected leaders, in our district staff, and in our building committee. We won’t let you down! Thankfully,
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~ News ~ Christmas Concert to Showcase Contemporary Composers SOUTH BERWICK Although our culture continues to place diminishing value on classical music, most people have little or no difficulty reeling off the names of at least a few illustrious 20th century orchestral composers. But when it comes to choral composers, names do not emerge so quickly, if at all. With its upcoming Christmas concert, “A Boy Was Born,” the Community Chorus at South Berwick, directed by Harry Moon, will do its part to rectify this imbalance.Performances will take place Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, Fox Run Road, Newington, N.H., and Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. at the Kennedy Performing Arts Center, Marshwood High School, Route 236, South Berwick, Maine. Focusing on the theme of the Nativity, Moon has assembled a program, which, aside from two Renaissance pieces to be sung by the chorus’s Chamber Voices, is made up entirely of 20th and 21st century arrangements of traditional carols and original works. Chances are, audiences will recognize the names of only two of the composers in this latter group: Benjamin Britten and Francis Poulenc, both are known as much for their
instrumental works as for their choral writing. Lack of familiarity with the rest of the composers on the program – Peter Aldins, Chester Alwes, Jackson Berkey, Michael Fink, Derek Healey, Mykola Leontovich, Peter Wilhousky, William Mathias, and Stephen Paulus – should not cast doubt on their contributions to choral music. In addition to their composing and arranging, the members of this group have achieved distinction as choral conductors, performers and music educators. For example, Peter Wilhousky, arranger and writer of the English lyrics for a Ukrainian Christmas melody that became the American standard “Carol of the Bells,” was a master at organizing and training choruses. In 1937 he founded the 260-voice All City High School Chorus of New York. For the next three decades he conducted this group in annual concerts at Carnegie Hall and later at Lincoln Center. Because this was an all-student chorus, Wilhousky had to work with a different set of singers every year, as some graduated and others rotated in. Many former choristers from this group went on to careers at the Metropolitan Opera, New
The Community Chorus at South Berwick with string ensemble will perform at Marshwood High School on Dec. 8
York City Opera and in Broadway musicals. Their concerts so impressed conductor Arturo Toscanini, that he hired Wilhousky to rehearse the choruses he used in his NBC Symphony broadcasts. Wihousky also served on the faculty at Juilliard, taught master classes in choral conducting and vocal ensemble training, and conducted at music festivals throughout the U.S. Jackson Berkey’s compositional output includes 107
choral pieces. As keyboardist with the classical/light jazz group, Mannheim Steamroller, he has performed on more than 30 recordings, 11 of them Christmas albums. His arrangement of “Silent Night” in the CCSB program offers different rhythm and harmonies from what most listeners are used to hearing. Stephen Paulus, whose “Three Nativity Carols” suite forms the centerpiece of the CCSB program, is an example
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Kennebunk High School Presents: “The Children’s Tour
KENNEBUNK Lillian Hellman’s masterpiece, “The Children’s Hour”, will be presented by the Kennebunk High School Visual and Performing Arts Department on Friday and Saturday evenings, Nov. 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m.. There will be a 2 p.m. matinee on Sunday, Nov. 24. “The Children’s Hour,” daring for the 1930s when it opened, fitting for the 50s when revived, is still powerful and relevant in 2013. It is the story of Karen and Martha, two young teachers whose lives are changed forever by a child’s lie. The drama became famous again in 1962 when Audrey Hepburn and Shirley MacLaine, starred in the film version. The KHS production features an outstanding ensemble cast including Linda Line as
Karen, Elizabeth Ayotte as Martha, Victoria Sweet as Mary Tilford, Zanna Spinney as Amelia Tillford, Alexander Vesenka as Dr. Joe Cardin, Caroline Smith as Lily Mortar, Elise Schwebler as Rosalie Wells, along with Jaala Boothby, Maia Mulcahy, Maddy Shmalo, Mary Sachs, Meira Clark, MacKenzie Genest, Ivana Mulcahy, Madison Snyder and Taylor Rossics. The adult drama is directed by Valerie Kuhn Reid, assisted by Katie Charlton as Student Director and Dally Bissett as Stage Manager. Zachary Comeau will run lights, and stage crew will include Kobi O’Reilly, Ben Walker-Dubay, MacKenzie Lewia and Emily McPike. All tickets are $9 and are available at the door of the Alexander Economos Auditorium.
“Into the Woods” Takes the Stage at York High School This Weekend
Pictured, from left, are Michael Mazur as The Steward, Samantha Fagone as Lucinda, Emilie Lafleur-Kief as Cinderella’s Stepmother, Katie Mahoney as The Witch, Jenny Baker as Little Red Ridinghood, Kenzie Moore as The Baker’s Wife, and Ben Eneman as The Baker.
YORK The York High School Drama Club will bring their interpretation of Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning “Into the Woods” to the stage this weekend. “Into the Woods” will be presented on the York High School Auditorium stage at 7:30 p.m., Thursday through Satur-
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T.S. Baker and Craig Werth are both nationally recognized, awardwinning singer-songwriters. The duo will collaborate at the First Parish Federated Church on Nov. 23.
Singer-Songwriters Baker and Werth to Appear in South Berwick SOUTH BERWICK Award-winning singersongwriters T.S. Baker and Craig Werth come to South Berwick on Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. for the third show in the FPFC Concert Series at First Parish Federated Church. Spotlight Award winner T.S. Baker will return to the stage for her first performance in nearly 10 years. Her hiatus came after the release of her muchanticipated 2003 solo debut, “Through the Shadows.” Dirty Linen called the CD, “A perfect blend of country and folk music with enough of a jolt to send your heart skipping across stars ... [and] enough pop sensibility to rub elbows with Shawn Colvin on Top-40 radio.” From 1993 through 1997, along with her husband Stan Moeller, Baker released three highly touted CDs. The Boston Globe called the duo, “Incredible ... breaking all the musical molds.” But in the late 90s, Baker decided to concentrate more on songwriting and received plenty of notice for her masterful tunes. She was named a finalist in several national contests, including
the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival’s “New Folk Competition” in both 2000 and 2002. Past finalists have included the likes of Steve Earle, Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith, Robert Earl Keen, James McMurtry and South Berwick’s own Slaid Cleaves, to name a few. After three fine, albeit under-the-radar CDs (two solo and one with Guy Capecelatro III), in 2006 Craig Werth garnered the attention of three-time Juno Award winner, David Francey. Werth brought his instrumentation and arranging skills to Francey’s music, helping him to flesh out his songs, which the Toronto Star call, “small and beautifully crafted pieces of work.” Since joining Francey, Werth has toured the world and shared a Juno with him for coproducing “Rites of Passage,” winner in the best traditional and roots album category. Because of Werth’s exposure performing with Francey, his own masterful songwriting and instrumental prowess have helped him find a fan-base of See CONCERT page 18...
KENNEBUNK The Tom Luther Quintet (TLQ) will be bringing their unique brand of jazz to River Tree Arts in Kennebunk on Friday, Nov. 15. The music of TLQ is an eclectic mix that balances the harmonic and rhythmic language of jazz, the formal aspects of European classical music, and the colors of ambient music and the avante garde. The style of the music is heavily influenced by the “downtown” scene of New York City, as epitomized by artists like Tom Harrell and John Lurie’s Lounge Lizards, as well as by jazz greats Thelonious Monk and Herbie Hancock. “Herbie Hancock has been a huge influence on me over the last few years” says pianist and composer Tom Luther. “His album of Joni Mitchell’s music has had a profound impact on me and is largely the reason we have these ‘new standards’ mixed in.” Some of the new covers include the music of Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Til Tuesday, and Steve Earle. “This is definitely a trend of late, with bands like the Bad Plus and Brad Mehldau all performing their takes on pop tunes, but really, this is what jazz artists have always done,” comments trumpeter Mike Whitehead. “Miles used quite a few of the pop tunes of the day as vehicles for improvisation, including folks like Cindi Lauper. What we are doing is really no different. We’re just drawing from
tunes of a different generation.” While TLQ clearly has a strong connection to jazz language, Luther incorporates elements from other genres into the music. The tune “Storm” features a harmonic outline that is first played forward, and then backwards. “I pulled that idea from the ‘crab canons’ of JS Bach, and its a cool music geek thing to be able to talk about, but for the listener, it creates this really nice emotional pyramid,” says Luther The title track from the band’s album, “Everything Is Blue”, emphasizes the flexibility of form. Soloists will “call” for a chord change be playing specific melodic material. “This technique creates a firm benchmark for the listener, and gives each solo section definite closure, which in turn gives the next soloist a clean slate and allows the ear to reset.” says Luther. TLQ is comprised of Gideon Forbes (reeds), Mike Whitehead (trumpet/flugelhorn), Tom Luther (piano), Duane Edwards (bass), and Jacob Forbes (drums). The group will be performing these “new standards” music from their first album, “Everything Is Blue”, and music to be included in an upcoming second album, entitled “Approaching Autumn”. TLQ performs at River Tree Arts from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call 207-967-9120 for more information or visit rivertreearts.org.
gether as a family. Freshman Ben Eneman, who plays The Baker, spoke of the “starkly contrasting scenes” in “Into the Woods”—from the humorous princes’ duet, “Agony,” to the poignant “No More” and The Witch’s emotionally charged “The Last Midnight.” Junior Gwen Vetter, who is playing the role of Jack, spoke of how the characters we think we know from fairy tales resonate in this show. Sophomore Lily BickerstaffRichard, who plays Cinderella, added it is a show that is accessible to all ages, while Katie Mahoney, also class of 2016, who is playing the Witch After Transformation as well as Cinderella’s Mother and Lucinda, added, “This is the kind of play that brings people together on so many levels.” Junior Kris Clough, who portrays Cinderella’s Prince, summed it up by saying, “We’re trying to show the audience an entirely different world.” The cast features Samantha Fagone as The Witch Before Transformation and Lucinda; Katie Mahoney as The Witch After Transformation, Cinderella’s Mother and Lucinda; Ben Eneman as The Baker; Makenzie Moore as The Baker’s Wife; Jacob Selbach as The Mysterious Man and The Wolf; Abi Eneman as The Narrator; Lily Bickerstaff-Richard as Cinderella; Kris Clough as Cinderella’s Prince; Jenny Baker as Little Red Ridinghood and Rapunzel; Alex Turgeon as Rapunzel’s Prince and Milky White; Gwen Vetter as Jack; Grace Bettinson as Jack’s Mother; Emilie Lafleur-Kief as Cinderella’s Stepmother; Grace Ciccarelli as Florinda and Red’s Grandmother; Michael Mazur as The Steward, and Jesse Wang as The Giant. Stage Managers Anna Hickey and Marina McCarthy, and director Michael Crockett and musical director Catherine Curry have accomplished a lot in their six weeks of hard work. Don’t miss the opportunity to see this unique musical live on the YHS stage this weekend.
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Health & Fitness Why Adults Must Understand Their Flu Vaccine Options With the 2013-2014 flu season officially here, it’s important to consider the single best way to prevent influenza (commonly known as “the flu”) - the flu vaccine. What many older adults don’t know is that the immune system weakens with age, meaning older adults are at a higher risk for flu and related complications. More than 200,000 people in the U.S. are hospitalized each year from flu-related illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Adults aged 65 and older typically account for more than half (60 percent) of these hospitalizations and almost all (90 percent) of flurelated deaths, the CDC reports. To help spread the word about this serious public health issue, the National Council on Aging (NCOA) has launched the second year of Flu + You, an educational program that encourages older adults and their caregivers to learn about the seriousness of the flu, the importance of annual vaccination, and vaccine options for adults 65 and older. Actor Lee Majors, best known for his iconic television role as The Six Million Dollar Man, is joining the campaign this year as a national spokesperson. “According to the CDC, the leading reason older adults do not get the flu vaccine is because they are unaware they need it,” says Majors. “I get the flu shot every year and encourage my peers to do the same. It’s a simple step you can take to help protect yourself from the flu.” The flu can make existing health conditions worse, and it is especially dangerous for people with lung disease, heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease and cancer, conditions that commonly affect older adults. Nationwide, 86 percent of adults 65 years of age and older have at least one chronic health condition and approximately 66 percent of Medicare beneficiaries have two or more chronic conditions, according to the CDC. These conditions put them at increased risk of the flu and flu-related complications, which include hospitalization and even death. “The CDC recommends an annual flu vaccine as the single best way to protect yourself from the flu, yet a third of
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Pink Carpet Event Raises $114,000 for Breast Cancer Patients PORTSMOUTH, N.H. An evening of glitz, glamour, giggles and giving. That description fits last week’s “Pink Carpet: Bags, Baubles and the Best of Everything” dinner and auction at Portsmouth Harbor Events that raised $114,000 for York Hospital’s Breast Cancer Living Well Fund. Through the generosity of hundreds of donors, businesses, attendees, volunteers, and the newly named York Chamber of Commerce Citizens of the Year - the Pink Pals - many cancer patients at York Hospital will be able to utilize supportive programs and services to soften their breast cancer journey. Over 300 guests attended the soldout event, emceed by Channel 5’s Randy Price and organized by Pals Ellen Baldwin, Cathy Barnhorst, Barbara Conda and Leslie Ware. Celebrities among the crowd included singer-song-
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Guests at the “Pink Carpet: Bags, Baubles and the Best of Everything” event toasted to the success of the night. The Pink Pals and their efforts help raise $114,000 for York Hospital’s Breast Cancer Living Well Fund. (photo courtesy “Patrick McNamara Photography”)
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Go Red For Women Event Inspires York County Women to Take Charge of Their Heart Health KENNEBUNKPORT About 150 guests, mostly dressed in red, gathered on Oct. 22 at the Colony Hotel in Kennebunkport for the American Heart Association’s (AHA) ninth annual Go Red For Women event. The event raised close to $30,000 in support of awareness, research, and community programs to combat cardiovascular diseases among women. Emceed by WMTW 8 Anchor, Tracy Sabol, the program began with remarks from Lisa Randall, Vice President of Asset and Liability at Kennebunk Savings, who served as the 2013 Event Chairwoman. “I have met many people through the American Heart Association over the years with so many wonderful stories that might have had different endings had they not known and listened to their signs. They insisted on diagnosis and treatment rather than having a catastrophic ending,” said Randall. “I attribute much of this to education, awareness and technology improvements. What I have also learned over the years is that heart issues and heart disease can be silent illnesses that creep up on you if you do not know the signs or symptoms.” Prior to the speaking program and dinner, guests placed their bids on diverse silent auction items with goods and services donated by local businesses. Attendees
also enjoyed wine and chocolate demonstrations, sponsored by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, every 15 minutes hosted by Dr. Samuel DiCapua. York heart disease survivor Dwyer Leahy Vessey shared her story of an unexpected mid-life diagnosis of congestive heart failure and why the Go Red movement’s awareness and education helped save her life. Her message was to encourage guests to pay attention to their hearts and take action if something doesn’t seem right. Randall later presented the AHA’s 2013 Crystal Heart Award to Denise Rubin, owner of On the Marsh Bistro in Kennebunk. This award is presented each year to a local woman who has made a positive impact in her community. Two educational breakout sessions were also offered to guests. Kennebunk Savings Bank sponsored a workshop entitled “Meditation and Mindfulness” presented Kelly McInnes, of Food Heals Maine at the Riverbend Wellness Center in Arundel. A second workshop, sponsored by Atlantic Pest Control, called “Treating/ Preventing Heart Disease Naturally” was presented by Diana Sainte of Family Acupuncture Center of Saco. Goodall Hospital and Southern Maine Medical Center held Healthy Heart Screenings which included both cholesterol and blood pressure readings. To add to the fun, local florists created unique floral centerpieces to coincide with
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PORTLAND Portland’s Downtown District is hosting its annual Shop for a Cause Day on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 30. Shop for a Cause Day is a unique way for businesses to give back to the community, while encouraging shoppers to “buy local” this holiday season. This year, participating stores and galleries will donate a portion of their sales from that day to the Milestone Foundation’s HOME Team. The Homeless Outreach and Mobile Engagement Team, or HOME Team is collaboration between the City of Portland, The Milestone Foundation and the Portland Downtown District. The HOME Team offers on-the-spot intervention to help guide homeless individuals (many with mental health and chronic substance abuse issues) to appropriate social service agencies. It also plays a proactive role in engaging with individuals on the streets who may be exhibiting disruptive or unsafe behaviors. Their interventions result in significant
safety for the individual and the Downtown Portland community. “The HOME Team has become such an integral part of the City of Portland and we at Milestone Foundation are pleased to work in partnership with so many other community members. We are honored to be named the recipient of this event, knowing the proceeds support outreach and a stronger community,” said Evelyn Blanchard, Executive Director of Milestone Foundation. “Shop for a Cause Day is a great way to bring the retail community together to raise money for a great cause that directly impacts all of us in downtown Portland,” said Steve Hewins, interim Executive Director of PDD. “Small Business Saturday is a great time to support Portland’s vibrant and unique local businesses.” PDD’s annual Shop for a Cause Day has supported numerous local charities throughout the years, most recently raising 7,000 for Junior Achievement of Maine. For more information, contact PDD at 207-772-6828 or visit portlandmaine.com.
...CONCERT from page 12 his own. His latest record, “The Spokes Man,” bares witness to these gifts. Canadian folk and roots magazine, Penguin Eggs, said of Werth’s work, “[He] tells stories well, has an eye for the human condition with all its foibles and passions and accompanies himself superbly.” Baker and Werth have collaborated in the past, most notably on “You Save Me,” which they co-wrote and which appeared on Baker’s “Through the Shadows.” Werth also sang
backup on the album’s closer, “Welcome Home.” Tickets are $10 in advance or $12at the door. For advance reservations, call 207-450-8746. You can also visit or call the church office (207-384-4091) between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Since the Nov. 23 show will occur on the weekend before Thanksgiving, anyone who attends is invited to bring a nonperishable item to donate to an area food bank.
LOVING CAT NEEDS A LOVING HOME
Lebanon Rescue Dept. Holds Successful Open House LEBANON This year saw the largest crowd in the history of the Lebanon Rescue Departments Annual Halloween Open House event that took place on Oct. 30. Even though the event was schedule for 5 p.m. - 7 p.m., kids started showing up at 4:30 p.m. and were still coming at 7:30 p.m.. Over Budget Monster Mud Truck was on display, which has been a favorite of kids coming to the event for the past several years. Kids lined up to see the monster mud truck and have their picture taken with the truck driver, Gary Musler Jr. Musler handed out pictures of his truck and several kids asked for autographs and had their picture taken with the monster mud truck, which was specially decorated for the event. “Within the first two hours of the event, we had handed out
Friday, Nov. 15
Harlem Superstars at Traip Academy
Tuesday, Nov. 19
The Harlem Superstars will travel to Traip Academy on Nov. 15 to take on the Kittery Community AllStars. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the game will start at 7 p.m. Tickets will be $10 for students and seniors and $12 for adulst. FMI: call 207-439-3800.
Saturday, Nov. 16 Bean Supper
The Trailblazers Club in Wells will be hosting a bean supper on Nov. 16 from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. The supper is all you can eat and will include a variety of beans, hot dogs, ham, chili and dessert among other things. There will be a cash bar for soda, cocktails and beer. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for children. FMI: call Kim at 207-646-6261 or Lynda at 207646-6030.
The Fifth Annual Traip Athletic Booster’s Craft Fair will be held on Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Traip Academy. There is a $1 suggested donation or the event is free with a nonperishable food item.
On Nov. 17 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., Wells Conservation Commission member, Markus Diebolt, will lead a two hour tour that will begin at the end of Thompson Lane off of Perry Olive Road in Wells. Reservations are required. The cost is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. FMI: email info@ gwrlt.org or call 207-646-3604.
A male, brown/black coon cat, extremely friendly, child-safe, domesticated (uses the litter box) that just wants to curl up in your lap! If you want an AWESOME cat, please call Safe Haven at (207) 646-1611 or visit them at 1616 Post Road / Route 1 in Wells.
all of the plastic paramedic helmets we had ordered, all of this year’s EMS bags and ran out of several other things. We felt bad to run out so quick, but we never ex-
pected this many kids to attend,” said Assistant Chief Jason Cole. “Between the two nights we had well over 1,000 people attend. See LEBANON page 28...
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Sunday, Nov. 17
Found in the Concordeville section of York and believed to be abandoned, this SUPER SWEET cat has been turned over to Safe Haven Humane Society for safe keeping.
Left to right: Brooklyn (age 7), Danielle (age 9), Emma (age 4), and Emily (age 7), all of Lebanon, in front of the Monster Mud Truck Over Budget at the Lebanon Rescue Department Halloween Open House.
Monday, Nov. 18 Moonlight Walk
Join for a Moonlight Walk on the Biddeford section of the Eastern Trail at 7 p.m. on Nov. 18. The walk will be lit by natural light, so do not use a flashlight or other artificial light sources. Please do not bring pets. Walkers will meet at the Southern Maine Medical Center parking lot. FMI: contact Joe Yuhas at email@example.com or
Learn About Blue Herons
On Nov. 19 at 7 p.m., Join Danielle D’Auria, a wildlife biologist, to learn about blue herons and their close relatives. The meeting is open to the public and free. It will be held in the Mather Auditorium of the Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm. FMI: contact Bob Watson at 207-251-1135.
Thursday, Nov. 21 Help End Hunger
On Nov. 21 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the DRM Band will be playing at the Eliot United Methodist Church. Donations will be accepted at the event to support End 68 Hours of Hunger Program. Refreshments will be served after the concert. FMI: contact Patty Marsden at 207-439 -6593.
Choose To Be Healthy Coalition
On Nov. 21 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. the York County Community College will host a Choose To Be Healthy Coalition that will center on tobacco prevention. Experts from the American Lung Association, The Breathe Easy Coalition and the Center for Tobacco Independence will answer questions. FMI: contact Deb Erickson-Irons at 207-351-2659.
Friday, Nov. 22 Friday Forum
On Friday, Nov. 22 at 8 p.m., the Dance Hall in Kittery will be hosting their Fourth Annual Friday Forum. The series gives artists the opportunity to collaborate and experiment, while giving audiences the excitement of experiencing the process live. This installment will feature MetaBeat Live, a group of life-long Beatles fans who have come together to create music based of the Beatles’ classics. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. To purchase a ticket go to ww.brownpaper tickets. com/event /472034. FMI: visit thedancehallkittery.org.
“Gasland II” Showing
“Gasland II” will be shown at the First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church in Kennebunk. The whow will start at 7 p.m. and dessert will be served at 6:30 p.m. FMI: contact Sassy Smallman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday,Nov. 23 Christmas Fair
On Nov. 23 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., a Christmas Fair will be held at West Kennebunk United Methodist Church. The event will include a silent auction, craft and bake sale and vintage items. FMI: contact Steven G. Rahl at 207-467-3378.
The St. Christopher Church in York will host a Holiday Faire on Nov. 23 form 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will include a live auction, a theme basket raffle, a silent auction and a variety of snacks. FMI: call 207-361-3353.
The First Congregational Church of North Berwick will hold their annual Christmas Fair on Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be numerous tables that will include baked goods, jewelry, hand-knitted items and more. FMI: contact June at 207-676-9936.
Winter Farmers’ Market
The York Winter Farmers’ Market will begin on Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The American Legion in York. The market will continue on each Saturday until March 29. FMI: visit www.gatewayfarmersmarket.com .
Sunday, Nov. 24 Road Race
The First Annual 5K Road Race Pilgrim Dash will take place at the Wells Rec Park. Sign in will begin at 7:30 a.m. and the race begins at 9 a.m. Price to register is $25 for individuals and $55 for families. FMI: go to www.wellsrec.org.
Holiday Open House
The Wraparound Porch in York will open its home and studio for a Holiday event. The venue will share delicious refreshments as well as the latest from Denny’s easel. FMI: call 828-230-0042.
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~ Where To Dine ~
OPEN YEAR ROUND LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS/WEEK AT 11AM
Bar and Grill
LUNCH SPECIALS Mondays
PRIME RIB $ 95
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JUMBO LOBSTER ROLL $ 99
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL $
BABY BACK RIBS
1/2 RACK WITH FRIES
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November 27th = Black Wednesday Party •
with Frank McDaniel
All Fried Seafood Platters -------
GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT
~ SPECIALS FOR DINE IN ONLY ~
2135 POST RD / ROUTE 1, WELLS, ME
www.litchfieldsbarandgrill.com Thanksgiving Holiday Hours:
Closed Monday 11/25 thru Thursday 11/28
Every Night... An Experience!
OPEN MIC WITH BILL CAMERON
FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS:
“Love is the MAINE ingredient”
Closing for the Season: Sunday 12/15
RESERVE NOW FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Serving a Traditional Thanksgiving Feast 12-5pm Reserve Now!
Your Home For The Holidays
Christmas Eve 5-7pm Christmas Day 1-4pm New Year’s Eve from 5:30pm
with local duo Curt Bessette & Jenn Kurtz Open at 5pm
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Small Plates from $9 and Prime Rib & Popover for $19.95
clay hill farm presents... Wed. Nights 6pm ~ Dec. 4,11,18
Featuring Pumpkin Raisin Sourdough French Toast
Tix $20 at door $18 in advance
OPEN 5 DAYS 7AM-1PM
Closed Wednesday and Thursday
Delicious Lattes & Cappuccinos, Amore-brand items: mugs, latte bowls, jams and more!
Sea s o n
309 Shore Rd, Ogunquit, ME (207) 646-6661
Near the entrance to Perkins Cove. On-site parking available. MUST PRESENT COUPON BEFORE ORDERING
eason of Gi S e h vin t s i g ‘T
Sun. Matinees 2pm ~ Dec. 8,15 Tix $17 at door $15 in advance
PLUS a special Holiday A La Carte Menu with Live Music & Caroling! Experience us today! 207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com
SERVING DINNER Wednesday-Monday from 5:30 (Closed Tuesday)
220 Clay Hill Rd, Cape Neddick, ME 2 Miles from Ogunquit
Warren’s Gift To You This Holiday Season! Buy a $30 Gift Card and we will give you a
$10 Complimentary Gift Certificate ($10 Complimentary Certificate valid thru 12/30/14)
$10 OFF $30 or more
FOUR COURSE BOILED LOBSTER DINNER JUST…$15
Appetizers, entrees, desserts or any combination of the three! You choose from any food item(s) on the menu totaling $30 or more and we’ll take $10 off!
Cup of Homemade Clam Chowder Unlimited 60 Item Salad Bar 1 Pound Boiled Lobster with choice of a Side Dish Indian Pudding Ala Mode
Liquor and tax not included. Can not be used in combination with any other discount, coupon, or group package. Maximum of 3 coupons per group. $30 per coupon must be spent. Not valid on Holidays. No cash value. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. EXP 11/30/13
Manager Signature Required ________________________________
Lunchtime Lobster Roll & Fries
Join us Monday-Saturday from 11:30-3:30 1/4 lb. LOBSTER ROLL & FRIES ~ JUST $11
Limit of 4 lobster rolls per coupon. You must present coupon before ordering. Not valid on takeout orders. Not good with any other coupon or discount. Not valid with package menus. No cash value. Tax not included. Not valid on Holidays. EXP 11/30/13 WS
11 Water St., Kittery, ME 03904 207-439-1630 www.lobsterhouse.com
Limit 2 persons per coupon (no sharing permitted). You must present coupon before ordering. Coupon only valid at time of purchase. Not good with any other offer, coupon, discount, or group packages. Maximum 3 coupons per table/group. Not valid on take-out. Not valid on Holidays. 18% GRATUITY WILL BE ADDED TO FULL VALUE OF CHECK. EXP 11/30/13 WS
Limited Seating • Reserve Today!
207.361.2272 • ClayHillFarm.com 220 Clay Hill Road • Cape Neddick Only 2 Miles West of Ogunquit
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~ Where To Dine ~
Pizza Napoli 7 Days A Week, All Year Round Mon-Thur 4:30-9:30 PM, Fri-Sun 11:30 AM - 9:30 PM
Ogunquit’s Only Fresh-Topping Brick-Oven Pizzeria
207-646-0303 • 667 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT • PIZZANAPOLIOGUNQUIT.COM
Pick-Up Specials FREE Antipasto
when you buy 2 Large Pizzas
when you buy 1 Large Pizza MUST PRESENT COUPON
- Monday -
Create Your Own Pasta Night $16 An innovative dining experience where you choose your own pasta and sauce! Select from 8 different pastas and 12 different sauces, served with salad and Italian bread. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends **Add Chicken $5, Shrimp $8, Sauteed Fresh Veggies $3
Full Bar & Happy Hour Daily __________ Free Delivery
Dinner For 2 $19.99 Large 1-Topping Napoli Pizza & 2 House Salads
Dinner For 2 $27.99
Large 1-Topping Napoli Pizza, 2 House Salads & 2 Glasses of Wine
Fri - Sat - Sun Lunch Special
1 Topping Flatbread Pizza & Salad
Angelina’s Ristorante & Wine Bar
BRINGING ITALY TO OGUNQUIT • 7 NIGHTS A WEEK 655 Main St, Ogunquit, ME • www.angelinasogunquit.com Reservations Suggested • 207.646.0445 Casual fine dining at affordable prices year round 4:30 until 10 pm
- Tuesday -
Pasta É Basta $18 A glass of Italian Red or White Wine,Tuscan Soup or Salad and choose one of 9 Special Pasta Dishes! *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends
- Mangia (EAT) Thursdays Every Thursday Night, enjoy a Salad and Choice between 10 different Italian Entrées
- Wednesday & Sunday -
3 Course Dinner $21
Angelina’s “Community Night” 6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert
*Not available on holidays or holiday weekends
(Reservations are suggested)
- 2013 Wine Dinners 6 pm, November 22 • Fall Wine Dinner
1st Course - Homemade Arancini 2nd Course - Homemade Butternut Squash Ravioli, Sage Brown Butter Sauce 3rd Course - Roasted Pumpkin & Corn Risotto 4th Course - Sirloin Filet, Mushroom Peppercorn Cream, Roasted Potato 5th Course - Homemade Pumpkin Gelato with Homemade Chocolate Biscotti
- Thursday -
Personal Wine Dinner $60 per couple 3 Course Dinner with 6 Entrées to choose from with Soup or Salad and Dessert. Includes a Bottle of Wine of your choice. *Not available on holidays or holiday weekends
6 pm, December 20 • 4th Annual Night of the Seven Pesce 1st Course - Fresh Fried Clams, Lemon Caper Tartar Sauce 2nd Course - Grilled Romaine Salad with Grilled Tiger Shrimp 3rd Course - Seared Maine Scallops over a Pea and Mushroom Risotto 4th Course - Swordfish with a Warm Vegetable & Lentil Ragu 5th Course - Angelina’s Wedding Cake
plus tax + gratuity
Each Course is paired with Wine
We can substitute 3rd and 4th courses with prior notice.
Have an Appetizer on Us Choose 1 for the Table! Bruschetta, Mussel Marinara, Zuppa Toscana, or Seafood Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms * Not to be used with any other coupon or discount offer. EXP 7/15/14 (WS)
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~ Where To Dine ~
Dining Guide WE’RE HERE! #35 & 39
Breakfast on Mile
Your Favorite Breakfast Foods Daily @ 6:30am Daily Specials – Homemade Bread & Muffins – Take Out Available
At Horizons, we don’t say goodbye,
we say good morning!
(207) 646-4155 • 35 Mile Road, Wells, Maine
Right next to Blue Horizon Motel. Family owned property for 33 years!
Great Thanksgiving Menu on our Website
This Weekend’s Specials: Lamb with root veggies and cocoa demi, scallops with savory bread pudding, fennel and sweet beet sauce, grilled sirloin with harrisa sauce, and goat cheese smashed fingerlings. Breakfast/Lunch/Brunch Friday, Saturday-Sunday 8 AM to 2 PM Dinner Wednesday-Sunday 5 PM to Close Closed Monday-Tuesday
207.646.9898 • 207.363.0266 262 Shore Road, Ogunquit • www.roostcafeandbistro.com Join our mailing list for updates on Fall and Winter specials and events. Remember we have plenty of parking!
Thanksgiving Dinner Serving from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm Reservations Required Make reservations online:
www.bullnclaw.com or 207-646-8467
all Entrees include: Endless Homemade Soups and Salads, Choice of Potato, Green Bean Casserole, Tarragon Baby Carrots and Butternut Squash Children & Senior Portions
• Sliced Roast Tom Turkey • Cinnamon Apple Pork Roast • Prime Rib Au Jus • Roast Sampler Platter • Broiled Seafood Platter • Baked Haddock Oscar • Fried Half & Half Platter
Route 1, Wells• 646-8467 • www.bullnclaw.com
LET US TAKE CARE OF ALL YOUR HOLIDAY CATERING NEEDS
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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 Sat-Sun-Mon 7am-Noon
Located at Admiral’s Inn, Route 1, Ogunquit • www.nancybcatering.com
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~ Where To Dine ~
Starting Nov. 7
THURSDAY WINTER WARM ME UP SPECIALS
We will be closed Thanksgiving to spend time with our families, please enjoy the day!
Choice of 5 delicious Entrees for only $13.99 646-3355
Restaurant in Wells
For details on our specials and events, visit bintliffsogunquit.com
DINNER RESERVATIONS SUGGESTED (207) 646-3111 335 MAIN ST / RT 1, OGUNQUIT BINTLIFFSOGUNQUIT.COM BREAKFAST / BRUNCH 8-2:30 DINNER / BAR 5:30-CLOSE
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Cape Neddick Inn Restaurant and Tavern
Thanksgiving Day Noon till 7 p.m.
Check us out on Google Maps for an interior tour of our restaurant!
Complete Thanksgiving Menu
Warm and Cozy - 7 Nights a Week
Call for reservations: 207-351-1145 View menu on our website: www.capeneddickinn.com
Open Year Round 207-351-1145 • 1273 Route One, Cape Neddick/York www.capeneddickinn.com
Merriland Farm Cafe Coles Hill Road, Wells • (207) 646-5040
Here before six today?
Early Dine $ 99
Try an entrée from our Early Dine selection Mon-Thurs until 6PM. *See server for details.
Every Monday Night 4-10PM
Join us for a fun-filled night with games or crafts, and meet Andy the Armadillo
Serving Breakfast & Lunch 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ~ Closed only on Tuesdays ~
11oz. SIRLOIN DINN ER
BARN Lobster barn
seafood and GriLL Family Dining
Not Just Seafood
Something for Everyone: Endless Salad Homemade Breads Early Bird Specials • Lobster Seafood • Prime Rib • Steaks Chicken • Burgers • Pasta Children’s Menu Homemade Chowders • Soups Dressings • Desserts
Mondays & Tuesdays
$5 Off Any Dinner Entrée Excluding Specials, Discounts & Dining Packages Dine-in Only / No Sharing A Dinner
12 p.m. to 4 p.m. • Reservations Welcome
Monday Breakfast Special:
served wit 2 made-froh your choice of m-scratch sides
*Not valid with any other offers. Excludes the Combo Appetizer.
1000 Route 1 York, Maine 03909 1-207-363-4721 www.TheLobsterBarn.com _____________________ ~ Starters ~ • P.E.I. Mussels (1-1/4 lb) ......$2.50 • Crab Stuffed Mushrooms .....$7.99 • Crab Rangoons (5) .............. $5.99 (Served All Day - Changes Daily)
Richard’s Seafood Restaurant
Topped w/Swiss Cheese .......... $8.99
Top Quality Seafood
• French Dip Sandwich
12 oz. $14.99 - 14 oz. $16.99 - 16 oz. $18.99 (while it lasts)
Buy 1 Entrée, 2nd Entrée is 1/2 Off (of equal or less value)
Dine-in only / Served to one person
• Twin 1 lb Lobster Dinner..$23.99
Wednesday Lunch Special:
• Dinner Reservations Accepted •
In our view, the best food on the beach.
• SPECIALS •
~ Dinner ~
Prime Rib Special
Buy 1 Entrée, 2nd Entrée is 1/2 Off (of equal or less value)
Join us for Dinner Friday & Saturday Evening 5:30 to 8 p.m.
10% Off Your Bill 10% Off Your Bill
with purchase of 2 entrées!
47 Fox Run Rd, Newington, NH
Sun and Surf Enjoy fresh swordfish, scallops, fried clams, and of course, the best breakfast and lunch on the beach.
3 COURSE DINNER $19.99 SUN.-THURS.
for more than 47 years
Lighter Fare Available Friday & Saturday in the Bar ‘til 10pm
HOME COOKED DAILY SPECIALS TO FIT EVERYONE’S BUDGET Roast Turkey, Stuffed Peppers, Sirloin Steak
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 4-9pm Sat. 12-9pm, Sun. 12-8pm
1732 No. Berwick Rd. / Rt. 9, Wells 207-646-8561 / Open Wed-Sun SERVING LUNCH & DINNER
• Roast Beef Bomb ................. $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese • Steak Tip Bomb................... $9.99 Onions, Peppers, Mushrooms, and American Cheese
OPEN ALL YEAR!
Fresh Fish Dinner Specials Daily On the ocean on Long Sands Beach. Across from The Anchorage. 264 Long Beach Avenue, York Beach • (207) 363-2961
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~ Where To Dine ~
Have it All at Five-O
Friday Night Caffé Prego Pizza Brick-oven pizza served after 5pm. Sunday Brunch à la carte menu served 10am-2pm.
Sunday Night Trivia Play for free and win prizes. up to 5 players per team. Starts at 6pm. Monday Night Friends & Family Special Select entreés are 50% off. Upcoming Wine Dinner Dec. 6th: Christmas in italy
Inspired Cuisine, An Intimate Setting & Stellar Service
Holiday Parties at Five-O are fun and festive. Call Jeff to start planning.
A Contemporary American Bistro &
m a r t i n i
l o u n g e
Open Thu-Mon at 5pm. Call for reservations 207.646.5001 50 Shore Road • Ogunquit, Maine • www.five-oshoreroad.com
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22 elm street north berwick maine 03906
676-2700 OPEN DAILY SUN-THUR 11-8:05 FRI-SAT 11-9:05
THE CATERING COMPANY taking orders for office parties
delivery friday & saturday all day
wings & french fries
gift certificates available for the holidays
r of Restaurateu r the Yea staurant Re by the Maine Association
Lobster Rolls are good for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
with a 20 oz. bottled
$8.95 plus tax
EXP 11/21/13 (WS)
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Fish Market and Restaurant 855 US Route 1, York, ME
Open Daily Sunday-Thursday 8AM-7PM Friday and Saturday 8AM-8PM
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Fried Whole Clam Dinner
served with french fries, cole slaw, roll and butter for
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~ News & Library News ~ York Public Library Presents: “Finding My Voice with Aphasia” YORK Life stories of triumph over personal tragedies can be a source of inspiration and guidance. This is especially true when someone turns her tragedy and triumph into a formal account. In her newly published memoir, “Finding My Voice with Aphasia: Walking through Aphasia,” educator Carol M. Maloney presents an incredibly inspiring story of tenacity, grace and undeterred resolve. On June 9, 2009, Maloney
experienced a transient ischemic attack in the left hemisphere of her brain. Her mind deteriorated to the point where she could not speak, walk, read or recall her family. “‘You may never speak again’ were the first words I heard after my stroke” recalls Maloney. “As a dedicated veteran teacher I was heartbroken and devastated. Within seconds I became one of my beloved special education and reading disabled students”. What is aphasia? Aphasia is the inability to communicate, along with loss of cognitive, organizational and reading skills which plummeted Carol Maloney from an Adolescent Literacy PhD candidate to a fourth grade level person. “I constantly pointed to my head and then to my mouth indicating I could not express myself”, recounts Maloney. “My rehabilitation journey was hallmarked with hard work and perseverance”. During this time, her speech therapist encouraged
Bradford M. Dutch, 100 NORTH BERWICK Bradford M. Dutch, current holder of the Boston Post Cane as the oldest citizen in town, died Nov. 10, 2013 at the Greenwood Center in Sanford, Maine. He was 100 years old. He was born October 20, 1913 in Wells, Maine, son of Chester Floyd and Jessie Deborah (Chase) Dutch. Brad will be remembered as a well respected Dairy and Vegetable Farmer as well as the local butcher from his earlier years. Visiting Hours will be held on Friday, Nov. 15 from 6 p. m.to
8 p.m. at the Johnson Funeral Home, 26 Market Street, North Berwick, Maine, where a funeral service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. with Earl Lederer officiating. Interment to follow in the Hillside Cemetery, North Berwick. Friends who wish may contribute to the Worldwide Work of Jehovah’s Witness, 124 Columbus Heights, New York, NY 11201 or to the D. A. Hurd Library, 41 High Street, North Berwick, ME 03906. Arrangements are in the care of the Johnson Funeral Home. Condolences may be made at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com where a full obituary can be found.
her to teach herself the way she taught her special education students. Maloney says, “I created curriculum to increase my reading and cognitive skills as well as my speech”. She and her speech therapist created coping skills to deal with her aphasia by moving her hand as she spoke “After 18 months of rehabilitation, she was finally able to communicate with others by using her hand as a metronome,” shares Professor J. Diane Connell, Ed.D. who provides an endorsement of the book. “The frustration of having the words and sentences formed in her mind but being unable to share them caused frustration and depression”. Now, three years after her stroke, Maloney continues to improve and has become a dedicated advocate in aphasia awareness. Maloney says of herself, “I’m inspired to reach out to other stroke survivors and the aphasia population to offer in-
spiration, understanding and support”. Join Maloney on Thursday Nov. 21 at noon as she presents her most personal story of tragedy, recovery and willingness to share her triumph with others. Photo to right: Carol M. Maloney has overcome her inability to communicate caused by her battle with Aphasia. She will share her story at the York Public Library on Nov. 21.
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The Kennebunk Free Librar y is pleased to announce that A Literary Feast, Volume II, will be held on the evening of Saturday, November 16th from 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. This year¹s event features an evening of thematic dinner parties to be held in homes throughout the Kennebunks and Wells. Each dinner will feature food and fun related to a specific book. Tickets are $60 per person and on sale at the library. FMI call 207-985-2173.
Kennebunk’s Rosie Crimp will perform at the next Opera at the KFL on Nov. 16 at 1 p.m. Crimp has previously sung for PortOpera and received special recognition as a solo soprano vocalist at Casa Verdi in Milan, Italy. No reservations are needed for the event. FMI: call 207-985-2173.
American Girl Book Club
Children in grades two through five are invited to the Kennebunk Free Librar y to relive histor y through a new program featuring the spunky and courageous children of the American Girl historical series. The first meeting will be held on Nov. 20 at 4 p.m. and will alternate Wednesdays until De. 18. The first book discussed will be “Meet Felicity” by Valerie Tripp. Pre-register b calling 207985-2173 ext. 5.
The Monday Af ternoon Book Group of Eliot and Kittery will meet on Nov. 18 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the William Fogg Library. The topic for this month’s book selection is “color.” FMI call 207439-9437.
Berwick Public Library Original Landscapes in Oil
The library is currently displaying Brian D. Concotta’s paintings throughout the library. The local historian and life-long Berwick resident has been developing his craft since the 1980s. His work will be exhibited through Dec. 31. FMI: call 207-698-5737.
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The Maine Ghost Hunters will be at the library on Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. to discuss paranormal investigative techniques, experiences, and ghost-chasing gadgets. Register for the event by calling 207-4391553.
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On Nov. 21 at 6 p.m., Rice Public Library will host the University of New Hampshire’s Marine Docent Program and musicians Candace Delisio and Jon Prichard for night of sea chanteys. FMI: call 207439 -1553.
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...LEBANON from page 18 We ran out of several of the arts and crafts we ordered. Fortunately we had some items from other events that we could hand out to kids. This year we saw a lot more kids from all over the region. We had families stop in saying they came from Rochester, Somersworth, Milton, Dover, Farmington, Wakefield, Sanford, Acton, Shapleigh, North Berwick, Berwick, South Berwick, Alfred, Waterboro and more. It was a huge success and it went very smoothly.” Over 750 gift bags filled with rescue helmets, rescue coloring books, badges, temporary tattoos, crayons, small toys and candy were handed out to kids. In addition to these 750 gift bags handed out, hundreds of parents who stopped in and were able to meet their local rescue crews. “Belgian Meadow Farms once again donated a lot of pumpkins to be given away to the kids for the event. Steve Collins has
~ News ~ been donating them for years and the kids love decorating them here at the station and bringing them home with them. The kids were able to go to a pumpkin patch designed at the station and pick one out and bring it upstairs to decorate it and they really seemed to love that. We do this event each year to offer a safe alternative to families for trick or treating while at the same time meeting some of their local rescue workers. The event was a huge success and I thank everyone involved for making it such a great event for the kids.” Chief Samantha Cole added. This is the 10th annual event for the rescue department. During the past few years, weather has cancelled part of the event. Two years ago, nearly a foot of snow cancelled the first night of the two-day event. Last year, Hurricane Sandy pushed the event back to Nov. 3rd. Thanks to a very generous donation by Southern Maine Tool Rental of Carl Broggi Highway, the kids had a safer area to
Local Duo Fight Against Sexual Abuse NORTH BERWICK Christian musician duo, Ember Worship, is partnering with VOICE Today, a non-profit organization dedicated to ending child sexual abuse. With the mission to raise awareness and fight against child sexual abuse, both entities will be collaborating to make the world a safer place.
Traip Musicians Selected for Festival KITTERY These Traip Academy musicians were selected by audition for the 2014 District I Music Festival. They are (front, from left) Ashleigh Roberts (Flute) and Jocelyn Lorrey (Horn). (Back, from left) Bryce Condon (mixed chorus), Angelica Bushby (mixed chorus), and Clara Hannigan (mixed chorus). The Festival is slated for January 24 and 25 at Noble High School. The musicians are students of Lonnie Wescott, music teacher at Traip Academy.
See DUO page 29... come to the station and enjoy the fun. Southern Maine Tool Rental donated a light tower that lit up the entire front of the station as well as the parking area ensuring the safety of everyone attending. “It has become a tradition for families, it was great to have kids run up to you and hug you and say ‘See you next year’ with a huge smile on their face - it makes it all worth it.” Chief Samantha Cole stated.
~ Ask The Computer Lady ~ Dear Computer Lady, My desktop is a two-yearold HP. I had been leaving it on and just moving the mouse to wake it up. The past two or three months, it won’t wake up. I have to do a “hard” shutdown and restart. I know this is not a good thing to do because it can damage the hard drive. I now shut it down and restart it every time I use it which is a rather slow process! Could it possibly be the monitor? What do I need to do? Love, love, love, your helpful news letter. Suzanne Dear Suzanne, I’ll give you the easy answer first. No, it is not your monitor. It sounds like the power settings are giving you some trouble. This is one of the most common issues I have seen with Windows. It could have been caused by going for long stretches of time without shutting down the computer, or it could just be something is corrupt. I always suggest that you shut down your computer at the end of each day, and start it up
fresh in the morning. Only use the sleep feature during the day. Now that your computer won’t wake up, you will either need to fix the problem, turn off the automatic sleep settings, or continue to shut it down after each use. You can adjust the sleep settings in the Control Panel. Open the “Hardware and Sound” and then, “Power Options” sections. Sometimes changing the settings will fix the problem, or just change all the settings to, “Never” to keep your computer on. If you are still having problems, bring your computer into my shop (or a local shop if you don’t live nearby) and I can help you solve the problem. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, I am debating about buying a new laptop with Windows 8. From your posts you seem to really like this OS. Do you think windows will keep this format or with so many complaints go back to something like the XP or Windows 7 format? And do you give lessons/ tutorial for Windows 8 and what
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would the cost be? Thanks, Cindy Dear Cindy, I neither love nor hate the newest version of Windows. I have just decided to accept it as it is. There are some things that I wish it had (like a start menu) but for the most part, it runs smoothly, and does what I want it to do. I think that Microsoft will not go back to an older format, only because they have never done so in the past. However, there are some things that you can do to make Windows 8 look more like older versions of Windows. Instead of writing tutorials for Windows 8, it seems to work better answering questions as people send them in. When you get your new laptop and have a question, please send it in. There are always other people wondering the same thing who have just not asked yet. I do sit down and answer questions in person for an hourly rate, give me a call if you live in the area and are interested. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Bought a new Windows 8 Laptop. How do I get all my email
addresses and Favorites off the old Desktop computer into the new Laptop? Thanks for any help you can give me. Pat Dear Pat, Transferring all your files and information from an older computer to a new one is a service that I provide for my customers quite often. The answer to your question depends on what version of Windows you had on your old computer, and where you had your old email addresses stored. If you are upgrading from XP, I have directions on my website at: http://wp.me/pwwRq-sV and at: http://wp.me/pwwRq-as If your old laptop is running Windows Vista or 7, you can simply copy the “Contacts” and “Favorites” folders from the old computer to the same location in the new computer. If you live in the area, I would be happy to provide this service for you. Elizabeth Dear Computer Lady, Your newsletter is the best, and now I have a problem. I have lost my volume icon in Windows 7. I had recently changed it to show at all times on the taskbar,
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but now it is gone, and is not with the hidden icons. Please help. Is there any other way to turn the volume up and down? Thanks, Lesa Dear Lesa, It sounds like your volume icon was turned off. Here is how to have it displayed again. 1. Click on, “Start” then click on “Control Panel” 2. In the Control Panel, click on “Appearance and Personalization”. 3. Click on, “Taskbar and Start Menu”. The “Taskbar and Start Menu Properties” dialog box will open. 4. Find the section labeled, “Notification Area” and click the “Customize” button. 5. At the bottom of the next window, you will see a text link that says, “Turn System Icons On or Off” Click on that link. 6. Find the “Volume” icon and use the drop down list to turn it back on. 7. Now, click the “OK” button in each window to save your changes and close the windows. Elizabeth COMMENTS THIS WEEK: Posted By: Janice Comment: I have subscribed to your newsletter for many years, and have learned a lot from you, and appreciate all of your hard work..so thanks so much. Years ago, you recommended a game... Bananna Bugs, and I have been enjoying it ever since, so thanks for that too Interested in learning more? Elizabeth has answered thousands of computer questions over the years. Come browse her articles, watch instructional videos, ask questions, and view comments at: www.askthecomputerlady.com/questions
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~ Real Estate ~ ...DUO from page 28
Third Graders Receive Dictionaries YORK 130 Third grade students from Coastal Ridge Elementary School received dictionaries from the York Elks Lodge recently. Donations was made possible from grant money relieved from the Elks National Foundation. (Back row) Principal Sean Murphy, Exalted Ruler Tom Veronesi and third grade teach Tracy Pepin.(Front) Students Dilyana Kepple and Jack Jellison.
With every sale of Ember’s recently-released album “Jesus, I’m Home,” a portion of it will go back to VOICE Today in aid to their mission. According to VOICE Today studies, 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused before their 18th birthday, only 1 in 10 will tell someone, and 90% of the abuse is by someone they know, love and trust. Ember Worship Ministries, consisting of musicians Bernice Wirling and Elita Galvin, both of North Berwick, share the same goal with VOICE Today, having each gone through their own personal related struggles in their pasts. Their mission is to spread their passion for worship through their stories, faith and music. Ember will be performing next at Dahlia on Route 4 in North Berwick on Nov. 30 at 5 p.m. For more information, visit www.emberworship.com or www. voicetoday.org.
Federal Jacks Hosts a Beer Tasting at Atria Kennebunk
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KENNEBUNK Federal Jacks Restaurant and Brew Pub did an outstanding beer tasting event at Atria Kennebunk for the community and residents. The experience was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Everyone who participated got to learn about the history of Federal Jacks while tasting delightful brews artistically hand-
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NORTH BERWICK Meet Jade Jade is a young adult spayed female brown tabby kitty. Jade is a very sweet, gentle and social girl that will do well in any family setting. Jade is current on all necessary vaccinations, has been frontlined, de wormed, passed her wellness exam and is so ready for a new forever family to call her very own. Jade has a short, simple request list: a loving home for the holidays, an indoor lifestyle, a few toys to keep her active mind busy when you are working, a few treats from time to time and a lap to nap on. If you think that you are the family or single that would like to provide sweet gentle Jade her new
born to fourteen weeks, an excellent selection of young adult cats and a large selection of older kitties that are also putting in their request for a family in time for the holidays.
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Bake Sale & Raffle There will two bake sale and raffle opportunities upcoming. On Nov. 30, Dahlia’s in North Berwick will host the first bake sale and raffle, and Bo-Mar in Wells will host the second on Dec. 1. All proceeds from the events will benefit the foster cats at ACAR.
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Safe Haven Humane Society WELLS Adoption Open House An Adoption Open House will take place on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Adoption Center. Call 207-2298314 for details. Adoption counselors are waiting to introduce you to your next family member. Come enjoy being around animal lovers and wonderful kitties, November Yard Sale There will be a yard sale on Nov. 16 and 17 indoors in Wells Shopping Plaza next to IGA. A big thank you to property owner James Kaplan for use of his storefront. Please donate clean, non-broken items to help us pay vet bills. Drop off at 1616 Post Rd., Wells. FMI: 207-229-8314 Fall Bottle Drive Continues Please donate your cans and bottles. Restaurants and stores, please donate your wine bottles and soda cans. Your support saves animals’ lives. Rescued Kitty This week in Springvale,
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a kitty was found dragging his hind leg behind him. What happened? We don’t know, but we do know his broken femur will require surgery. So Safe Haven has to scramble to raise the $1,500 it will require. They’re working so hard to keep their nonprofit running, and this expense comes at a difficult time. But they will somehow make sure this kitty, now named Mischief, receives his needed surgery. Mischief is young, sweet, and very friendly. If you know of a cat in Springvale with a broken leg, or know of any abuse that might have caused it, please contact Safe Haven ASAP. Your anonymity will be protected. Ruby (photo) Ruby is a 10-week-old kitten who is available for adoption along with her beautiful loving momma, Lila. Her momma was a young thin stray who was less than a year old. Somehow this courageous kitty who weighted only six pounds gave birth to a litter of six healthy and hungry kittens. What a hero Lila was to care for her big family Lila is a short haired tiger and white beauty, who is as sweet as can be, friendly, loving and fun. She is little. She will
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Animal Welfare Society WEST KENNEBUNK Humane Action League The Humane Action League is an after school program at the Animal Welfare Society on Holland Road, West Kennebunk. Students spend an hour and a half after school, once a week, for eight weeks with the Humane Educator. The program is designed to give students who love animals an opportunity to learn more about the workings of an animal shelter and an introduction on how to become involved in animal welfare issues. At the start of the program the students will create and sign an agreement with each other about acceptable behaviors, as well as, goals for the eight weeks. Tuesday’s program is held from 2:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. for students 12-14 years of age. Thursday’s program is held from 3 p.m. 4:30 p.m. for students 9-11. The next sessions begin on Dec. 3 and 5. For more information, or to register, visit www.animalwelfaresociety.org or call 207985-3244 ext109. Noah Meet Noah, a three-yearold American Shelter Dog. He may need a little time to get used to new people, but once he does he’s a social, playful fellow. He loves chomping on squeaky toys, providing a continuous chorus of squeaks for anyone around. He also enjoys getting lots of family time with his people to have fun or just stroll around the neighborhood. Noah would be happy to share a new home with other dogs his size and respectful children. Once he’s comfortable in a new home, Noah will quickly fill it with lots and lots of laughter. If Noah sounds like the dog for you, then stop on by the shelter today to meet him. Mama Kitty Meet Mama Kitty, a nineyear old long-haired cat. Mama Kitty is quite the nervous love bug. Despite her age and size, Mama Kitty can be nervous in new surroundings and with new people. She likes to find comfy spots she can curl up in or hide in while she observes things around her. However, once she realizes she’s found a new friend, she becomes an absolute sweetheart. Start petting her and she’ll begin to purr and even emerge from her hiding hole a little bit. She’ll roll about so you can pet her all over and act like the fluffy love bug that she is. If her fluffy coat and cute paws aren’t enough to entice
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SPORTS Two Old Rivals to Meet for Regional Championship By Larry Favinger Contributing Writer KENNEBUNK They’ve been meeting each other on the football field for a lot of years, but few of those games have meant as much as the one they’ll play Saturday, Nov. 17. The teams from Marshwood High of South Berwick and Kennebunk High School will tangle at 12:30 p.m. for the Western Maine Class B championship and a berth in the state final a week later. Marshwood will be seeking to defend its 2012 regional title while Kennebunk strives to maintain its perfect record in its first year in Class B. It will be the second meeting of the teams this season with the host Rams owners of a 21-14 victory over the Hawks. Marshwood, 8-2 for the season thus far, has already gained a measure of revenge for one their regular season losses, besting York in the semifinals, and now looks forward to the chance to avenge the other. Last week Marshwood torched York 45-16 to advance to the regional final, while Kennebunk was sorely tested by Westbrook before recording a 17-15 decision. The winner of the West-
ern title will take on the Eastern winner, either Brunswick or Cony High of Augusta. Brunswick defeated Skowhegan 42-28 last week and Cony bested Messalonskee of Oakland 41-15. A year ago Marshwood edged York for the Western crown 21-20, but lost a shootout to Mt. Blue of Farmington, 44-42, in the state final. Kennebunk was defeated in the Class A quarterfinals last year by eventual state champion Thornton Academy of Saco, 42-34. Thornton beat Lawrence of Fairfield in the state final. Lawrence gained the state championship game by ousting Cony. York bested Marshwood 28-18 in the regular season finale, spotting the Hawks a two-touchdown lead before roaring back for the victory. In the semifinals Marshwood opened quickly, again, and this time the defense wasn’t about to let the Wildcats back into the game. The Hawks led 18-0 at the break, and when Brett Gerry returned an interception for a touchdown the Hawks were on top 25-0 and the chances of a York rally fell by the wayside. Marshwood’s ability to successfully stymie York’s usually powerful running game was
clearly a major factor in the victory. Things were more exciting in Kennebunk, when a late Ram mistake followed by a Blue Blazer touchdown and two-point conversion gave Westbrook a 15-14 lead and put the Kennebunk winning streak and perfect season in danger. A furious last-minute drive ending with an 18-yard field goal by Jake Larry earned the Rams a spot in the regional final and kept the season’s record perfect. The kick sailed through the uprights with less than six seconds to play. The Rams were up 14-7 and had the ball deep in Westbrook territory but a fumbled snap was picked up by Kyle Heath who dashed 80 yards for the score. Westbrook added the two-point conversion on a run by Collin Joyce setting the stage for the late Rams rally. Kennebunk defeated the Hawks 21-14 at home during the regular season. The Rams built a 21-0 halftime lead and then had to fall back on its stellar defense to hold off the fast closing Hawks. The narrowest margin of victory for Kennebunk until the Class B Western Maine semifinal was the seven-point decision over Marshwood.
Berwick Academy Boys’ Soccer CONCORD, Mass. -
In what proved to be a scrappy game against a very talented and fluid Concord side, Berwick came out the victors 2-1, after skirting a late game onslaught by the determined hosts on Nov. 6. On what was a remarkably beautiful day for early November, Berwick unleashed some positive energy to open the match. It wasn’t long before Stephen Sherbahn broke loose toward the left corner of the penalty area before crossfooting the goalie, sending a low driven shot into the opposite corner, opening up the scoring. The visitors continued to trade possession with the 10-2-2 Concord team, defending their dangerous corners, though neither side created any grade-A opportunities. Happy to see the game 1-0 at the break, BA consolidated its forces, recognizing that the game was anywhere but in the bag. With the hosts enjoying most of the possession, and starting to find some breaks into our penalty area, BA rearranged a few things, bringing Seth Wyskiel onto the field, replacing an injured Trevor Schaepe, stretching the legs of fresh forwards Alex Katz and Stephen Terenzio and moving Gabe Evensen into the midfield. Approaching the mid-point of the second half, Emile Lebel slyly slipped a free kick from the center circle over to Jack McCraven who drove a long diagonal cross into the box. Catching the goalie off-guard,
the ball struck the cross bar and rebounded into a crowd, where feisty left-winger James Ordway bravely rose above the rest and knocked the ball into the side netting, giving BA a 2-0 advantage. Undeterred by this, Concord poured things on for the remaining 18 minutes, scoring once, and nearly twice, if not for two spectacular doorstep stops by Erik Wisniewski. When the final whistle sounded several minutes into extra-time, a very satisfied litter of bulldogs departed the field, recognizing that hope still existed for a possible post-season berth.
Berwick Academy Girls’ Soccer SOUTH HAMILTON, Mass. -
Pingree bested the Berwick Academy ladies 3-2 in overtime at the Nov. 9 EIL Tournament. Siobahn McDermott (North Andover, Mass.) and Emily Borkowski (Wells, Maine) did the scoring for Berwick, while Caroline Hernon (Hampton, N.H.) and Aimee Briand (Barrington, N.H.) added strong performances. Torieana St. Pierre (Portsmouth, N.H.) made seven saves and Christina Grassie (Somersworth, N.H.) made five saves, but it wasn’t enough to get past Pingree. In Berwick’s second matchup of the day, Lexington Christian Academy took the victory 3-1. Becca Siegel ( York, Maine) scored off of an assist from Georgia Barlow (South Berwick, Maine) late in the second half to keep Berwick
alive, but Lexington held on to the two-goal lead. The Bulldogs’ record is currently a combined 10-8-1.
Berwick Academy Field Hockey SOUTH HAMILTON, Mass. -
Berwick Field Hockey won two games on Nov. 9 to complete an improbable underdog victory in the top bracket of the Eastern Independent League Championship. Berwick began the day by beating the tournament’s second seed, Pingee, in a 1-0 sudden death overtime victory. Izzy Eldridge scored the clinching goal with less than a minute left in overtime. Berwick then faced Concord Academy in the championship game. The tension surrounding the game reached a fever pitch as Concord had defeated Berwick 4-1 the previous Wednesday. Eager to avenge this loss, Julia Mini and Tatiana Bradley connected on a penalty corner to put Berwick up 1-0 early in the first half. Kristin Jones scored soon after giving Berwick a 2-0 lead going into halftime. The Bulldogs held strong in the second half by dominating possession. Eldridge picked up her second goal of the day with a minute left in the game, sealing Berwick’s 3-0 championship victory. This marked Berwick’s first upper bracket EIL championship since the reintroduction of the field hockey program at the school in 2009.
Seacoast Christian Girls Win MAISAD Championship Meet
L to R: Kristin Wittner, Kylene DeSmith, Laken Kerrigan, Julia Lord, Shelby South, Aryn Akerberg, and Ashley Esslinger.
AUGUSTA For the second time in three years, Seacoast’s girls’ cross country team has won their championship meet for small independent schools – MAISAD. Competing in Augusta on Nov. 4 were teams from Kent’s Hill, Hyde-Bath, Gould Academy, Hebron Academy, and SCS. For only the second time this season, top runners Anne McKee of Kent’s Hill and Seacoast’s Laken Kerrigan went head to head. Both times McKee was the victor, finishing a minute ahead of Kerrigan. The Seacoast team rallied behind Kerrigan to place five runners in the top 10, compared to Kent’s Hill’s three, helping them to bring the trophy back home. SCS girls won the meet with a score of 28, beating Kent’s Hill’s 32 points and Gould Academy’s 66 points. McKee place first with a time of 18:06, with Kerrigan second at 19:03. Also scoring for SCS were Kristin Wittner (21:22), Julia Lord (21:26), Ashley Esslinger (22:16), Kylene DeSmith (22:18), Shelby South (23:37), and Aryn Akerberg (25:44).
The Seacoast boys’ team also ran well in Augusta to complete their season. Gould Academy’s Henry Smithers strolled across the finish line at 16:00, with Isaac LaCroix in pursuit at 16:03 to place second. Gould won the meet with 42 points. It was a closely fought race between SCS and Hyde, with Hyde outscoring SCS 49 to 52. Caleb LaCroix finished 7th (17:01). Also scoring for SCS were Chad Downs (17:45), David Bujeaud (18:15), Fred Pilkington (18:25), Arik Akerberg (20:53), Asa Johnson (20:56), Tim Yeaton (24:40), and Logan Archer (24:45). Hebron Academy scored 100 points while Kent’s Hill finished with 117 points for the meet. A special note of thanks goes out to new coach Patty DeSmith and assistant Chaz Kerrigan for a job well done and for helping the athletes to have a great season. The entire girls’ team and all but two of the boys’ team plan to be back and even stronger for next season.
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the Berwick players put on their game faces and competed with the same intensity they had established and maintained throughout the entire season. When the final putt was made, Berwick took the win. Shooting at No. 1, Luc Linemayr scored a 77, earning a threeway tie for overall winner of the tournament. At the No. 2 spot, Garrett MacDonald shot an 88. At No. 3, Sam Zimmerman shot a 96. Brennan Santaniello secured the fourth flight win shooting an 83. Alex Hopkins posted an 84, winning the fifth flight and earned the honor of longest drive. And at No. 6, Brian Horner shot a 99. The final score of the Berwick team was 428, while the second place Pingree shot a 437 and the third place Portsmouth Abbey shot 457. Berwick is proud to bring home its fifth season championship banner. In other EIL news, Luc Linemayr was voted Co-MVP with Alec Shelbourne of Pingree. Sam Zimmerman and Alex Hopkins were named to the All-League team, and Brennan Santaniello and Garrett MacDonald earned Honorable Mentions.
PUBLIC HEARING To: Marianne Goodine or Michele Stivaletta-Noble, resident of the Town of Wells, County of York, and State of Maine; GREETINGS: In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the voters of the Town of Wells that the Board of Selectmen of said town will meet at the Municipal Building, 208 Sanford Road, Wells on the 19th day of November, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the evening. The Board will conduct a public hearing to consider whether the Town should purchase from Lord’s Lobster, Inc. the building and fixtures known as “Lord’s Lobster Harborside Restaurant” in the amount of $75,000. Given under our hands this 5th day of November, 2013. TOWN OF WELLS BOARD OF SELECTMEN
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Southern Maine Teams Boast Solid Seasons By Larry Favinger Contributing Writer SO. YORK COUNTY Southern Maine athletic teams turned in some stellar season play during the fall of 2013. York High School’s field hockey team went through its season without a loss, allowing only a single goal. The Wildcats followed that with a Western Maine Class B title, but dropped a 1-0 decision to Nokomis of Newport. York ended the year with a 17-1 record. In football, the Wildcats reached the regional semifinal losing to its neighboring rival Marshwood of South Berwick. The Wildcats finished the year 7-3. After losing the first two games of the season, York reeled off seven straight wins, including a regular season win over Marshwood prior to the regional semifinal loss to those same Hawks. Marshwood defeated York 21-20 in in last year’s Western Maine Class B final. The Hawks meet unbeaten Kennebunk for this year’s regional crown Saturday. Other Marshwood teams playing in Western Maine Class A also had success. The school’s field hockey team and girls’ soccer team finished ranked fifth in the Class A final standings. The field hockey team finished at 13-4, losing in the regional semifinals to Scarborough. The soccer team ended the campaign with an 11-5 mark, losing to Scarborough in the quarter finals. Kennebunk’s football is playing for the regional Class B title and three other Rams teams qualified for post-season play.
The field hockey team finished at 8-5-1 in Class B, losing to Cape Elizabeth in the quarter finals. The boys’ soccer team posted a 6-5-3 mark, earning the ninth seed before losing to South Portland in the A preliminary round. The girls’ soccer team was 3-11-1 and ranked 11th, losing to Deering in the A preliminaries. Noble High School of Berwick’s boys’ soccer team posted a 12-3-1 record and was ranked second in the final standings, hosting a quarterfinal game. The Knights defeated Cheverus before falling to Portland in the regional semifinals. York High School’s soccer teams had at least two things in common; they both lost to Greely High School of Cumberland in the semifinals of the Western Maine Class B playoffs by 1-0 scores, and they both dropped regular season games to Greely by 3-0 scores. The boys finished the season with a 5-5-6 record, ranked third, while the girls were 6-7-3, ranked sixth. The Wells High School team finished its season with a 6-3 record in Western Maine Class C, advancing to the regional semifinals. In that game the Warriors fell to Spruce Mountain of Livermore Falls by a 29-20 score. Traip Academy of Kittery’s girls’ soccer team was seeded 11th in the Western Maine Class C playoffs with a 5-10 record. The Rangers fell to Maranacook High School of Readfield in the playoffs by a 2-1 count. In golf Marshwood finished 11th in Class A with York fifth and Wells ninth in Class B.
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KENNEBUNK Being rehabbed, 3+ BRs, 3 BAs, 2-car garage, all new kitchen and bath fixtures, fireplace, full basement, private in-town location on dead-end street. Nonsmoking. Small pet considered. $1650/mo plus utilities. Available end of November. 1 Year lease. 207-967-6299
HOUSE FOR RENT IN WELLS 3-4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. $1100 plus utilities. FMI 207-676-8498 or email@example.com
Year-Round, Energy Efficient Apartments in established neighborhood, close to everything! Rent is $750 per month for one-bedroom apartments and $800 for two-bedroom apartments.
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PURCHASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 10% CASH, TRADE OR TRADE EQUITY USED AS DOWN PAYMENT, 75 MONTHS @ 3.99%. BASED ON S/A TIER CREDIT. LEASE PAYMENTS BASED ON 36 MONTH, 10K MILES PER YEAR, $2499 DUE AT SIGNING. #JC1 TOTAL PAYMENTS: $7,253.64. ADJ RESIDUAL: $15,487.60. #JC7 TOTAL PAYMENTS: $8,146.80. ADJ RESIDUAL: $17,318.70 S/A TIER CREDIT. ALL SALE PRICES AND PAYMENTS INCLUDE COMPETITIVE OR RETURNING LEASE REBATE OF $1000, CUSTOMERS MAY QUALIFY FOR ADDITIONAL REBATES. SAME DAY TRANSACTION ONLY. TAX, TITLE, DOC EXTRA. SALE ENDS DECEMBER 2ND, 2013.
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~ Classifieds ~ COMMERCIAL RENTALS #1 York Prime business location with an OFFICE FOR RENT! 525 sq ft, 1st floor, right off lobby, $595/mo. includes heat, electric, central A/C, and Conference Room. CALL 207-363-3819 ASAP!
1200 SF office space in modern building on 1st floor with paved parking. Please call for details.
EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND SUITES
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
RUTH LANE CLEANING SERVICE Dusting, vacuuming, washing fl oors, etc. $12-15/hr, 2 hr min. 603.953.7034
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Prime Route One, Wells location. Offices with shared waiting area, kitchen and bath. Suites available at attractive terms. Newly remodeled building, handicap accessible. Ample, well-lit parking. Sign on incentives! Starting at $500/month, all inclusive!
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2008 NISSAN SENTRA
2008 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TOURING-L
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Auto w/Autostick, AC, Power Seat/ Windows/Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Keyless Entry, Electronic Stability Control, Stk #23320A
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2009 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT 4.0L
2011 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TOURING
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2013 CHRYSLER 200 LIMITED V6
2011 HONDA ACCORD EX
2013 CHRYSLER 200 TOURING CONVERTIBLE
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2013 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY TOURING
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HARD TOP & SOFT TOP
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2010 BUICK ENCLAVE CXL AWD
2013 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4
2013 CHRYSLER 300C AWD
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* Prices include rebates to dealer. 0% Financing is in lieu of consumer rebate with approved credit. Leases are figured with $2,000 cash down and 10,000 miles per year.
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YORK - OGUNQUIT - SACO - SOUTH PORTLAND
439 US Rte One, York, ME 03909 207.363.2497 84 School St (intersection of Rt 1) Ogunquit, ME 03907 207.646.4546
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YORK Main Street right near Short Sands beach area. WALK TO THE BEACH! 3 Bedroom charmer with some old world features and modern conveniences. Your YORK destination, complete with screened porch and back deck overlooking private yard. $325,900 Nancy Raynes 207-363-2497 x131
YORK Clay Hill area for $279,000. 2 Bedrooms on such a pretty lot, overlooking rock outcroppings. Farmer’s porch and walkout daylight basement. Bill Conda 207-450-5030
YORK BEACH Very short walk to either Long Sands or Short Sands beaches… Second floor, 2 bedroom, year round Condo at attractive Ocean Way Condominiums. Enjoy all the restaurants, entertainment and shopping nearby. Low monthly fees. Two Parking spaces and deck. Pet OK, max. 30 lbs. $249,900 Joanne Stone 207-337-2359
SOUTH BERWICK Condo for $105,000. Great location in a quiet but lovely area to come home to! Good rental and lots of storage. Call Jean today! Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822
433 Cider Hill Road, YORK This 1880s period home is cute and cozy. If you love old homes you will adore this one! New furnace, windows and roof. Refreshments will be served. Hosted by Darrel Griffin 207-229-8634 or email@example.com
WELLS 2 Bedroom BEACH DREAM for $139,900. Turn-key, steps away from the clubhouse, 2 swimming pools, hot tub and tennis courts. PETS are WELCOME! Julie O’Connor 207-467-0284
ELIOT $205,000. Main Street is waiting for you to come home! 3 Bedrooms, dormered and well-maintained. Deck overlooking mature, landscaped yard. A must see! Jimmy Hager 207-361-7169
SANFORD $218,900 for a BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom, 2 bath Colonial. BE NATURE’S NEIGHBOR! Cul-de-sac with access to wildlife trails for hiking and riding. Home boasts radiant heat, mahogany floors and a beautiful year round sun porch! Brenda McCarthy 207-837-3948
WELLS Immaculate Condo close to all the seacoast has to offer! Large kitchen w/ breakfast bar, dining area to deck & woods. Laundry & 1/2 bath off kitchen, sunny LR, gas Jotul stove PLUS 2 ENSUITE BRs, full bsmt & 1-car garage. $227,000 Carolyn Weller 207-351-6717
OGUNQUIT Like new, 2 bedroom Condo minutes from Footbridge Beach! One of the newer units with clean and dry basement. Unit sits back into a more private setting. One pet allowed and in impeccable condition with attached garage. $296,600 George Wilson 207-251-2941
YORK Cozy up to the stove or relax in the spacious backyard overlooking the marsh –this CHARMING little CAPE has 2 adorable bedrooms, original pine floors, exposed beams, new windows and a new roof! $195,900 Darrel Griffin 207-229-8634
YORK MOVE in READY Ranch! Well-landscaped lot, paved driveway, attached 2-car garage, open concept kitchen and dining room with door leading to deck overlooking the woods. 3 BRs, 2 BAs, HW floors and a full basement. $274,900 Carolyn Weller 207-351-6717
SOUTH BERWICK 3 Bedroom, full dormered CAPE in desirable Old Mill! 2 Baths, full basement and full backyard. ROW to river and –the Association includes pool and tennis. $255,000 Jean Kovacs 207-408-1822