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Ogunquit Celebrates 30th Annual Christmas by the Sea OGUNQUIT Ogunquitâ€™s Christmas By the Sea weekend takes place Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 9-11. The annual event offers a variety of activities that have become crowd favorites over the years. Some of the events happening this year include: tree lighting, a visit with Santa, kidâ€™s ornament and card making workshop, living manger, concerts, hay rides, story hours, art & craft shows, polar plunge, wine tasting pa-
rades and fireworks! Friday, December 9, the Town Tree Lighting will take place at 8:15 p.m. at Veterans Park. Join in for caroling and warm drinks and cookies. (Weather permitting.) On Saturday, December 10, from 9:30-11 a.m., Santa makes his debut at the Fire Station (School Street). Get there early to see Santa arrive by fire engine. Have a photo taken with Santa and pick it up later at the Ogunquit Camera Shop.
At 11 a.m., visit Taste of the Season at the Dunaway Center, 23 School St, and enjoy a variety of foods from local dining establishments. In the afternoon, the parade, which starts at 3 p.m. from Perkins Cove in Ogunquit, will travel onward to Main Beach. To participate in the parade or to sponsor the fireworks, contact Leanne Cusimano at leanne_amore@yahoo. com. Fireworks sponsors will be See CBTS page 7...
Go Red York County Event to be held at Nonantum Resort KENNEBUNKPORT The 12th Annual Go Red For Women event for York County is scheduled for Wednesday, December 7 at the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport. This American Heart Association (AHA) event is focused on raising the awareness of cardiovascular diseases and stroke in women as well as educating the attendees on how to prevent these leading health threats.
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Maine survivor Monica Salamone will share her story of surviving a major cardiac event shortly after giving birth to her second child. Monica is one of this yearâ€™s Maine Go Red Spokeswomen, one of six women selected to represent the Go Red For Women campaign throughout Maine. Eric Andrews, Chief Banking Officer at Gorham Savings Bank, is the 2016 Event Chairman and has a goal to raise $50,000 and to have 160 attendees at this event. Registration and the silent auction will begin at 4:30 p.m. with educational break-out sessions starting at
5:15 p.m. The dinner and live auction will take place later that evening starting at 6:15 p.m. The 2016 Crystal Heart Honoree is Patsy Aprile, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Southern Maine Health Care. She is a senior healthcare leader who works collaboratively with physicians, staff at all levels and boards of trustees to achieve health care objectives for the York County community. Aprile currently serves on the Board of Directors for Home Health Visiting Nurses and the Board of Directors for Allied Health Resources. She has dedicated her volunteer
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Heart Disease Survivor Monica Salamone will share her story at this 12th annual event to benefit the American Heart Association.
31st Annual Christmas Parade is on the March WELLS The Wells Chamber of Commerce announces the 31st Annual Christmas Parade scheduled for Sunday, December 11. The parade steps off at 2 p.m. from the Wells Plaza and proceeds north on Route 1 to the Wells Junior High School. The theme is â€œChristmas Fun for Everyoneâ€?. The Grand Marshal this year is Diana Abbott, a wellknown figure in Wells and the surrounding towns. Diana was an Elementary School teacher from 1962 to 1988. Throughout her career she was actively in-
volved in boards and committees including the York County Child Abuse and Neglect Council, the Senior Center at Lower Village, the Historical Society of Wells &
Ogunquit, the Southern Maine Agency on Aging and the Wells & Ogunquit Outreach Committee. She is currently a volunteer Storyteller at the Wells Public
Library, Ogunquit Memorial Library and the Elementary Schools in Wells, Kennebunkport and Kennebunk. York Hospital in Wells will be serving hot cocoa and cookies in front of the Junior High School gymnasium at the conclusion of the parade . Families, youth groups, civic groups, businesses and individuals are cordially invited. There is no charge to participate. For more information on the parade, please contact the Wells Chamber of Commerce at 207-646-2451 or on the web at www.wellschristmasparade.com.
time to the Go Red York County Event in 2012 and has served as the campaign Chair for the York County United Way in 2013. The 2016 Go Red York County sponsors include Bangor Savings Bank, Gorham Savings Bank, Kennebunk Savings, Southern Maine Health Care, Stonewall Kitchen and The Weekly Sentinel. Event volunteers include: Dwyer Vessey, Kimberly LaChance with Goodall Hospital, Lisa Randall with Kennebunk Savings, Dan Colby with Biddeford Savings, Heather Gendron with Bangor Savings
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KENNEBUNKPORT The hottest ticket in town is fast approaching: Fire & Ice at The Nonantum Resort will take place on Friday, Dec. 9 and Saturday, Dec. 10, from 5-10 p.m. With blazing bonfires, cool ice bars and sculptures, local food and live music, the Fire & Ice festivities will cap off Kennebunkportâ€™s Christmas Prelude celebrations for the seventh year.
New this year: a significant portion of the proceeds will go to support the Kennebunkport Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The event will also continue to support The Education Foundation of the Kennebunks and Arundel. â€œWe are proud to support the Kennebunkport EMS this year,â€? said Nonantum General Manager Tina Hewett-Gordon.
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~ News ~ the Jimmy Fund. In recent years Caramihalis raised funds in support of Jackson Forbes, a York boy who was a student on her bus who was fighting a rare cancer. The campaign then was called Jackson Strong. â€œToday, he has been cancer free for about 2 years, but many kids aren't so lucky this Christmas,â€? Carami-
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Friday, December 2 First Fridays Open Stage The Kittery Art Association, 8 Coleman Avenue, Kittery Point, presents the First Fridays Open Stage at 7-8:30. $5 suggested donation. Students are encouraged to sing, play guitar, piano or any instrument of their choice, perform a skit, juggle, do standup comedy, mime, anything goes. Sound system provided, electric piano, guitar and bass amps, snacks and beverages. No need to
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The First Parish Federated Church, 150 Main Street, South Berwick, will host their annual Holiday Craft Fair on Friday, December 2, from 5-8 p.m. in conjunction with Home for the Holidays, and on Saturday, December 3, from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Wreaths, crafts, homemade baked goods, homemade cookies, white
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., local caricature artist, Steve Hrehovcik will set up in River Tree Arts Gallery, Lower Village, Kennebunk. Drawings will be done on a first-come first-serve basis. Each drawing takes approx. 10-15 mins. $15/person. FMI: 207967-9120; www.rivertreearts.org.
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Wells/Ogunquit Craft Show Hosted by Music Boosters, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at at Wells Jr. H.S, James Ward Gym, 1470 Post Rd, Rte 1, Wells. No admission fee.
Annual Wreath & Greens Fair 9 a.m. - noon at First Parish Church York, 180 York Street, York. FMI: www.firstparishyork.net.
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Spaghetti Supper Yorkshire Masonic Lodge, 97 High Street, North Berwick, will host their monthly all-you-can-eat Spaghetti Supper from 4:30-6 p.m. $8 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under, 5 and under free. FMI: 207-423-0627.
Sunday, December 4 Elks Lodge Events Breakfast served for only $6 from 8 -10:30 a.m. If you are really hungry, all-you-can-eat breakfast for $10. 1704 Route 1, Cape Neddick. Chicken Shoots held every Sunday at 2 p.m. York Elks is a drop off center for Toys for Tots. Drop off new, unwrapped toys at the Lodge during regular business hours. Cash donations accepted for older children. Christmas tree and wreath sale held at the Lodge location. Prices are $30 and $40 according to size. Decorated and
Prelude Holiday Gift Market 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at River Tree Arts gallery, featuring artwork and fine crafts by local artisans. This years featured artists are Marguerite and Eloise Genest. FMI 207-967-9120; www.rivertreearts.org.
Monday, December 5 Eliot Historical Society Meets Meeting held at the John F. Hill Grange Hall, State Rd. at 7 p.m. All are invited to bring a historical item to display and talk about during a "Show and Tell" program. Annual Christmas party will follow. All are welcome. FMI: 207-752-0174.
Tuesday, December 6 Diary of Florence Kinnaid Leetch Join Ginny Spiller at the York Senior Center, 36 Main Street, at 12:45 p.m. and take a peek into the 5-year diary (1942 to 1946) of Florence Kinnaid Leetch, a career woman living with her sister, Ruth in Arlington, MA. Their genealogical roots were Cape Neddick,
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~ Calendar of Events ~ ...EVENTS from page 8 where they returned annually to celebrate holidays at their â€œAuntieâ€™sâ€? home on River Road. Ginny will talk about life in York during WWII and share Florenceâ€™s concerns for her householdâ€™s daily living with food rations, clothing, gas, household fuel, and vehicle maintenance. Will the US be bombed? Will the enemy infiltrate? Audience discussion follows presentation. York 350th books will be available for purchase at $40,that also have historical accounts of York during the war.
American Legion Meeting The monthly Post meeting will be held at the Berwick, Maine Town Hall, 11 Sullivan Square, at 7 p.m. All area veterans are invited to meet with the members of Charles S. Hatch Post #79. Come at 5:30 p.m. for free coffee, snacks and fellowship. Handicapped accessible with ample parking. FMI: 207-698-1650.
Parenting and Technology Info for Parents The Marshwood Middle School is partnering with the Eliot, South Berwick and York Police Depts. to host a Parenting and Technology Information event for parents from 6-7:30 p.m. Learn how to monitor and manage their child's online internet activities. Parents are encourage to bring their iphones (smartphone), ipads, laptops and tablets. IT experts will walk parents through the use and safeguards available on these devices. Held at Marshwood Middle School, 49 Academy St, South Berwick. For parents from Eliot, South Berwick, Rollinsford and York.
accompanied by an adult. $3 per child. Register at 207-439-3800.
Peace Workshop St. George Episcopal Church, 3 Emerson Street in Sanford, will host an Abundant Peace workshop from 6-8 p.m. Join the conversation and discover how you can add peace to your day. Presented by Patti Frohloff, PhD; free of charge.
Yoga for Self-Renewal Beginning on December 6 and continuing through January 6, from 1:45-3 p.m., learn simple ways to manage stress at The Gathering Place, Rte 1, Kittery. For details and scheduled dates of sessions call 207-439-6111.
Wednesday, December 7
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York Art Association invites you throughout the holiday season to view the many unique gifts and hand-crafted items available at the gift store at 394 York, St, York Harbor. Open daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. FMI: 207-363-4049.
Laudholm Trust Annual Members' Meeting The Wells Reserve at Laudholm will recap accomplishments and look ahead to 2017 during its annual meeting at 5 pm in Mather Auditorium, 342 Laudholm Farm Road in Wells. The public is welcome to attend. FMI: wellsreserve.
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...MORE from page 9 and other marine algae in this noon-1 p.m. talk by Tara Treichel, who operates SeaMade Seaweed Company, offering kelp snacks and raw dried seaweed with recipes for cooking, bath soaks, and seasonings. $2 suggested donation. Wells Reserve at Laudholm. 207-646-1555 wellsreserve.org.
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School performance at Sanford Maine Stage Theatre shows us that out of darkness comes light, out of stinginess comes giving and out of fear comes love. Performance will be at 9:30 a.m. Ticket price $5. Performance will be held at the Nasson Little Theatre, 457 Main Street, Springvale.
Santa Claus will be stopping for breakfast at York Hospital from 7:30-9:30 a.m. Area families are invited to stop by for a chat and receive a small toy! But donâ€™t forget breakfast: children $3, adults $5.99. FMI: 207-351-2385; info@ yorkhospital.com.
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Held at First Congregational Church, State Rd, Eliot from 4-7 p.m. Main courses, side dishes, soups/desserts. Eat in or take home. FMI: 207-450-8079.
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A Stars and Stripes Christmas Play Held at Trail Blazers Family Club, 102 Bills Ln., Wells. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; show begins at 6:35 p.m. Coffee, cash bar. FMI: 207468-9747.
Maritime Celebration Jefferds Tavern, 3 Lindsay Road, York at 6 p.m. The tavern will be brought to life by members of the
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and Village Marketplace in Lower Village, Kennebunk, for Prelude festivities. Shuttle hours are 4-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Saturday and 12-4 p.m. Sunday; The annual service is free, donations collected for the Chamber's Beach Wheelchair Fund, in lieu of fares.
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9 a.m - noon at West Kennebunk United Methodist Church, 160 Alfred Rd. Cookie walk, gift room, crafts. FMI: 207-985-6632.
Susie Burke, David Surette and Kent Allyn in concert at Kittery Point Congregational Church Parish Hall, Pepperell Rd, at 7:30 p.m. Presented in association with the Kittery Art Association. FMI: 207-451-9384; 207-384-8151.
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Holiday Concert Seacoast Men of Harmony at the Historical Society of Wells and Ogunquit, 938 Post Rd, Route 1. 3 p.m. FMI: 207-646-4775.
Kittery Coffee House Benefits Pastor's discretionary fund (reaching out to care for those in need), 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Second Christian Congregational Church, 33 Government St, Kittery. Entertainment; suggested donation $5. FMI: 207-439-3903.
Kittery Lions Club Flea Market Lions Club, 117 State Rd will hold its monthly flea market from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Breakfast, lunch and snacks available. For table rental and information: call Gordon, 207439-0726. Wheelchair accessible.
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Social Security & Income Planning Education Our Income Planning seminar educates those nearing the age to draw Social Security benefits and those already in retirement on ways to be financially secure. This seminar is designed to inform attendees on ways to make the most of Social Security, turn savings into income and protect retirement plans, even in volatile markets. Seminar Overview x
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Save the Date Social Security & Retirement Income Seminar Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 6:00 PM—7:15PM Wells Ogunquit Senior Center 300 Post Rd. (Route 1) Wells, ME 04090 ~Presented By~ Peter Hanson & Derek Huot—Financial & Retirement Planning ~Guest Speaker~ Lance Gilman—National Speaker on Social Security & Retirement Planning
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Louis T. Graves Memorial Library Know The Signs-Alzheimers Kennebunkport Public Health invites you on Dec. 7 from 6-7:30 p.m. to Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimers. Early detection matters if you or someone you know is experiencing memory loss or behavioral changes. This interactive workshop features video clips and tools necessary to get help. Free and open.
For More Information Call the library at 207-967-2778 or visit www.graveslibrary.org.
D.A. Hurd Library Annual Holiday Raffle Stop by the library and purchase raffle tickets for the Annual Holiday Raffle. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Proceeds benefit library programs. Winners will be drawn Dec. 17.
The library's new catalog and database system are up and running. All library card holders need to update their library card if they havenâ€™t done so already. Those who have been using an old card to access the Download Library for audio and e-books will need to obtain a new card to continue access. Call or stop by the library if you have questions.
Outreach Services The library will bring books to residents of the Olde Mill in North Berwick on Wednesday, December 7, at 2 p.m. The next outreach services to residents of Simpson Meadows are on Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 2 p.m. The library can bring materials to elderly and homebound residents of North Berwick on request.
For More Information Call the library at 207-676-2215 or visit www.da-hurd.lib.me.us.
Kennebunk Free Library Tail Wagginâ€™ Tutor Jack, a Tail Wagginâ€™ Tutor, returns to the library on Saturday, Dec. 10 from 10-11 a.m. to listen to children read. Children of all ages and abilities are encouraged to sit with Jack, and experience reading to a non-judgmental listener. Practice gained by reading to a dog has been shown to help students increase reading fluency. Jack is a certified therapy dog, and will be accompanied by his favorite humans, Ursula and Kate Roese. No pre-registration required. Free and wheelchair accessible.
Holiday Book and Bake Sale Held at library on Saturday, Dec. 3. The book sale will run 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and the bake sale from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Support the library and get some great deals on gently-used books, CDs, DVDs and audio books. All proceeds directly benefit library programs, collections, and events.
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World War II Soldierâ€™s Memorabilia on Display at Library SOUTH BERWICK In time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the war memorabilia and letters home of a World War II soldier are part of an Old Berwick Historical Society display at South Berwick Public Library.
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Debby Ethridge will present a book talk on "Lab Girl" by Hope Jahren. This international best seller is described by Michiko Kakutani of "The New York Times" as "a thrilling account of her discovery of her vocation and a gifted teacher's road map to the secret lives of plants". Ethridge is a York resident who has held leadership positions with Audubon Society, taught English as a second language, and has lived in France and Germany.
Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. Each month the library celebrates a new popular theme geared towards kids in grades 5-8. This month: â€œAlice Through the Looking Glassâ€? by making crafts, eating snacks, and playing Wonderland-themed games.
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Whew! We made it! We cannot thank each and everyone of you enough. For the last year, we have been preparing for a big Election. We did not know until a few months ago that this Election would be the most unprecedented in modern history. We spent these last months preparing for chaos and confusion. To our delight, the day went remarkably smoothly. We are happy to say that all the talk about coming together as a Nation; actually happened in Wells. For those of you who may have felt like you were not important, it's just not true. Each and every one of
of October, thank you. To the Knights of Columbus and the other gentlemen outside, thank you. To our workers inside the back door; directing constituents down the hall; directing them into line into the gym; directing voters into the voting booths and the ballot boxes, thank you. To the folks at voter registration, at the check-in lists & absentee returns, thank you. To the women passing out the "I voted today" stickers, thank you. To our residents protecting the ballot boxes and you. To the highway department, our facilities supervisor, the administration, and
# $ % calm support, thank you. We saw so many inspirational acts occur that day. We saw neighbors greeting neighbors, we saw parents holding children's hands, while explaining the importance of the Election process. We saw some of you providing support to the elderly and those in need of assistance. We saw people being escorted right from the beginning to the end of the voting process, including getting them in and out of their cars. We saw strangers being kind to strangers. Thank you for the smiles and words of welcome that greeted each of our voters. We are grateful to have spent the day in the presence of so many citizens who care about our town, to give their time, to help ensure that all of us can vote. We are so proud to be a part of this kind and caring community.
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A Last Chapter of the Greatest Generation Author Talk Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 10:30 a.m. Judson I. Stone has written a biography about his father, Dr. Frederic Stone who gave 30 years of active and reserve duty to his country as a pilot and surgeon. He served in two wars, assisted on three Apollo missions, flew an F-111 and served two years in Africa as a volunteer medical doctor. Through this long and active life (he passed away at age 91 in 2014) he maintained his sense of humor and faith. Son and author, Dr. Judson I Stone served as the pastor of the Cape Neddick Baptist Church from 1993-2005.
â€œSecret Life of Petsâ€? Film Saturday, Dec. 10, 6:30 p.m. Max's life as a favorite pet is turned upside down, when his owner brings home a sloppy mongrel named Duke. A comedy about the lives our pets lead after we leave for work or school each day! Rated PG for action and some rude humor. 87 minutes.
â€œSuffragetteâ€? Film Sunday, Dec. 11 at 3 p.m. Inspired by true events, this is a film about women willing to lose everything in their fight for equality in early20th-century Britain. Galvanized by outlaw fugitive Emmeline Pankhurst (Meryl Streep), Maud (Carey Mulligan) joins the U.K.â€™s growing Suffragette movement alongside women from all walks of life willing to sacrifice everything for the right to vote. Rated PG-13 for some intense violence, thematic elements, brief strong language and partial nudity. 106 minutes.
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~ Library News ~ ...WWII from page 12 Quebec, so the couple sometimes corresponded in French. The new exhibit coincides with the libraryâ€™s book discussion of â€œIce Cream, Gas Masks and Godâ€? by Joyce Lovely, who will speak about her time growing up in England during World War II. The program will take place on Pearl Harbor Day, Wednesday, December 7, at 7 p.m. Pelletier, who grew up on what is now often called lower Main Street, and attended St. Michaelâ€™s Church decades before the building became the library in 2013, entered the Army in 1943. He was one of two sons to do so in his family of nine children raised by their mother, Clementine, after their father, Henry, died of pneumonia. After basic training in 1943 and 1944, Pelletier was about to be sent to Europe for the D-Day invasion when he was singled out for his fluent French language ability and sent to the South Pacific for over 17 months. Six months before Pelletier enlisted, his wife, Jeannette, had given birth to a daughter, Elaine. The couple exchanged letters every day of his almost three-year absence. Jeannette
worked in General Electric and other factory jobs while living in Berwick, caring for Elaine and, like so many young wives, waiting for her husbandâ€™s return. In the Foreign Service Association Pacific Theater, Pelletier became interpreter for the large Allied base on the French island of New Caledonia, where he was a member of the 208th Army military police and attained the rank of sergeant. After the war, the Pelletiers settled in Berwick and raised Elaine and her younger brother, Norman. WildrĂŠ worked many years at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and died in the 1986, and Jeannette in 1999. Over 500 letters and other memorabilia have been donated to the archives of the historical societyâ€™s Counting House
Elaine Holland, daughter of World War II soldier WildrĂŠ Pelletier of South Berwick, stands with her granddaughter, Jessica Prentiss. Pelletierâ€™s photos, letters and memorabilia are in a display by The Old Berwick Historical Socoety.
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Museum. Elaine Pelletier Holland of Rochester, NH, and Norman J. Pelletier of Gorham, ME, contributed their fatherâ€™s war correspondence, journal and other memorabilia. Two other relatives, Lloyd Pelletier of York and Theresa Wilkinson of South Berwick, gave copies of their extensive family genealogy and family photos. The exhibit was previously on display at the Counting House. More information is available at oldberwick.org, by calling 207-384-0000 or by writing email@example.com.
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â€œA Christmas Carolâ€? on Stage at Wells High School
WELLS The drama club at Wells High School will present Charles Dickensâ€™ â€œA Christmas Carolâ€? in the schoolâ€™s new performing arts center, through December 3. Dates, times and ticket prices for this show are as follows: Friday, December 2 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, December 3 at 1 p.m. (students and senior citizens $5, adults $8). â€œA Christmas Carolâ€? is based on the classic, haunting tale by 19th century English author Charles Dickens. It was adapted for the Wells stage by
Director Andrew Lopez and produced by Jay Audet. About 30 students are part of the production of this first play to be presented in the new venue. â€œMy adaptation of A Christmas Carol is the original novel, adapted for the stage,â€? commented Lopez. â€œOther than one scene written by myself, all dialogue is verbatim. I created a five-character Greek Chorus to deliver narration that I considered essential. It is a dark show, full of music, dance, and special effects.â€? Indeed the Olenn Perform-
ing Arts Center is now capable of wonderful special effects with state of the art sound and lighting technology. This new venue with a balcony can seat an audience of about 440. In addition, this play introduces David Littlefield as assistant director for this and future plays at WHS. Littlefield is a 2010 graduate of Wells High School and a 2014 graduate of Burlington College in Vermont where he majored in video production. He is currently a substitute teacher in the Wells-Ogunquit CSD and owner of the video production company, David Littlefield Productions.
â€œItâ€™s been really exciting for me to come back to the school and see the new stage and see that there is so much more participation in the drama department,â€? said Littlefield who, as a student at WHS, played a role in
Images of America: Kittery, A Historic Journey Through Pictures KITTERY The Images of America series is a well-known series of photographic history books published by Arcadia Publishing. One of the newest additions to the collection is Kittery by Andrea F. Donaghue, a Kittery
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YORK York Art Association (YAA) announces the 3rd annual Holiday Fair scheduled to open December 7. Over 35 local artists will present and sell original items including: jewelry, scarves, pillows, mittens, paintings, cards, wooden bowls, metal garden sculptures, dolls, shell ornaments and more. YAA will gift-wrap your selections as well. Executive Director, Annette R. Brennan, said, â€œthe artists are so talented at YAA that all of the gifts offered at the Holiday Fair will please your loved ones. We take pride in presenting a hosts of lovely items to choose from and welcome all to come and examine some beautiful and one-of-a-kind gifts for the holidays.â€? An Opening Reception has been planned by Holiday Fair Co-Chair, Corrine Gilman, at
numerous play productions produced in the old Olenn Auditorium. Littlefield added â€œit is also great to see that arts and drama are flourishing. I think the new stage is helping to facilitate that growth.â€?
YAA on December 9, from 5-7 p.m. at 394 York Street, YAAâ€™s well-known red building. Parking is available across from the gallery along the park. Good wines, cheese and festive music is offered for all to enjoy. Come party with the artists and friends of YAA. The hours for the Holiday Fair are 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily.
resident and history lover. In this presentation at the STAR Theatre on Wednesday, December 7 at 7 p.m., enjoy a slideshow of photographs from the book and hear the stories about how it all came to be. From Arcadia Publishing: Very few towns in the United States have the honor of being the first one incorporated in their state. Kittery, incorporated in 1647, has that honor for the great state of Maine. For over 300 years, this small seaside town has not deviated far from its shipbuilding roots. Like many towns of its day, Kittery was founded by a few prominent families whose presence is visible to this day. See KITTERY page 17...
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ OPArts Classic Film Series Presents â€œA Christmas Memoryâ€? OGUNQUIT Ogunquit Performing Arts continues the 16th season of the Classic Film Series Sunday, December 11, at 2 p.m. at the Dunaway Center, 23 School Street in Ogunquit with the showing of the 1997 film, â€œA Christmas Memory.â€? The film will be shown on a full wall-size screen, admission is free, there is plenty of free parking, and popcorn is served, too! Come in from the December chill and be warmed by this gem of a story! â€œA Christmas Memoryâ€? is a short story by Truman Capote. First published in 1956, this much sought-after autobiographical recollection of Capoteâ€™s rural Alabama boyhood has become a modern-day classic. This 1997 film version stars Patty Duke, Piper Laurie and Eric Lloyd. As directed by
Glenn Jordan, and adapted by Duane Poole, the gentle and lyrical holiday-themed drama begins when seven-year-old boy, Buddy (Eric Lloyd) is dropped off by his parents with distant relatives in an unfamiliar town one Christmas holiday. Suddenly lonely and displaced, Buddy finds peace and solace in an unlikely crossgenerational friendship with a sweet-natured old woman, Sook (Patty Duke). The two join forces and embark on a series of heartwarming adventures. The evocative narrative focuses on country life, friendship, and the joy of giving during the Christmas season, and it also gently yet poignantly touches on loneliness and loss. For more information, visitwww.ogunquitperformingarts.org.
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Open House at Kittery Museum KITTERY The Kittery Historical & Naval Museum will once again hold their Holiday Open House. This year's theme is "A Coastal Christmas," held on December 8, 9, and 10 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Museum will be adorned in holiday splendor. Silent auction, raffles and bake sale will be going on for all three days. On Saturday, a special event of local authors will be in the Museum from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. signing copies of their books: Andrea Donahue "Kittery", Katy Kramer "Portsmouth Naval Prison", D. Allen Kerr "Silent Strength". Neil Novello will also be here with his documentary DVD "The Castle". Items in the gift shop will be 20% off (some exclusions apply) and admission to the Museum is free during the event. For more information: www.kitterymuseum.com.
tion of Jean Strazdes, will include sacred and secular selections as well as a celebration of the Winter Solstice (which was seen as one of the most significant times of the year by the Celts). A Christmas Carol sing-a-long will conclude the concert. There will be two performances, the first as part of Kennebunkportâ€™s Prelude Week at South Congreagational Church at 7 p.m. on December 3 and the second at North Parish Church in Sanford at
2:30 p.m. on December 4. In support of the local area food banks, Seaglass is requesting your kind donation of nonperishable food items which will be collected at the door. Thank you for your generosity during this holiday season. Tickets are available through Seaglass@gwi.net; via phone at 207-985-8747; and at Morse Hardware on Post Road in Wells. Tickets are also available at the door. Prices: $15/ adult; $12/senior and student.
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A Sojoyful Holiday Jazz Jam
KITTERY On Friday, December 2 at 7:30 p.m., The Dance Hall in Kittery features a â€œSojoyful Holiday Jazz Jam.â€? Sojoy, the Seacoastâ€™s favorite chordless little big band jazz septet,
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Rock My Soul Performs Three Rockinâ€™ Holiday Concerts KITTERY Rock My Soul, a highly acclaimed, 25-member secular choir that specializes in lively, roots-based gospel, and its â€œsister groupâ€? The RMS Five, a 5-member vocal ensemble that specializes in rich harmonies and unique arrangements of roots, Americana, and gospel, will perform three Rockinâ€™ Holiday Concerts in ME and NH. The shows will take place at the following locations: Second Christian Congregational Church in Kittery, on Friday, December 9 at 7:30 p.m.; at One Longfellow Square in Portland, on Sunday, December 11 at 4 p.m.; and at St. Johnâ€™s Methodist Church in Dover, NH, on Sunday, December 18 at 5 p.m. CDs (including â€œChristmas Everydayâ€? by The RMS Five) will be available for
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sale, along with refreshments and other merchandise. Every year, The RMS Five and Rock My Soul put on high-quality holiday concerts throughout New England. â€œWeâ€™re influenced by gospel, blues, doo wop, and R&B,â€? says Dawn Boyer, founder and director of the two groups. â€œThose influences make their way into our harmonies and our arrangements, and of course we put our own stamp on them as well. No one else that we know of does quite what we do. We have a great time, and our audiences love the style of our music. Itâ€™s uplifting, and people walk out feeling much better than when they came in. Familes now make it an annual tradition to come to our shows.â€? Songs will range from â€œgospelizedâ€? versions of familiar tunes such as â€œWhite Christmasâ€? and an Aretha Franklin-inspired arrangement of â€œJoy to the World,â€? to the less familiar but no less inspiring â€œBehold That Starâ€? and the Louis Armstrong-influenced â€œâ€™Zat You, Santa Claus?â€? In contrast to the high-energy sound are introspective carols such as a Temptations-inspired arrangement of â€œSilent Night,â€? as well as new songs added to the repertoire such as â€œMerry Christmas, Babyâ€? and â€œRise Up Shepherd and Follow.â€? Other audience favorites, such as â€œO Holy Nightâ€? and an R&B, raise-the-rafters
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Tickets $15 $12 Seniors & Students Purchase at the door, from a Seaglass member, at Morse Hardware in Wells, or reserve at 207-985-8747 or firstname.lastname@example.org In support of our local food banks, please bring your donation of non-perishable food items!
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version of â€œBoogie Woogie Santa Clausâ€? will be included. Featured soloists for the evening will include Dan Allard, Dawn Boyer, Jody Dugrenier, Chris George, Alex Krauth, Terry Olson, and Tina Weinberger. The Rock My Soul band, including Mike Effenberger on keyboards, Brett Hartenbach and Bob Halperin on guitar, Victor Love on bass, Joe Rogers on drums, and special guests Zach Lange on trumpet and Matt Langley on saxophone, will accompany the group. Advance tickets for the concert are $15 general admission, $10 seniors 65+ (senior tickets available for the Dec. 9 and 18 shows only). All tickets at the door are $20. Kids 12 and under are free for the Dec. 9 and 18 shows. Tickets are available at www.projectmusicworks.org, or by calling 207-450-8016.
Music of Hope Presents â€œChristmas with Tim Janisâ€? YORK Local Maine composer Tim Janis is returning to York for an intimate Christmas concert, right on the heels of his NYC Carnegie Hall fundraising concert, "The American Christmas Carol,â€? a benefit for Kate Winsletâ€™s Golden Hat Foundation, which helps those living with autism. â€œChristmas with Tim Janis" will be held at First Parish Church, 180 York Street, York, on Monday December 12, 7:30 p.m. Tickets are a free-will offering and proceeds will benefit Janisâ€™s "Music of Hope," which is dedicated to supporting important causes through music, film, and performance. For those unfamiliar with Tim Janis, he is a devout Christian and long time member of First Parish Church in York. Along with Janis's International Performances with an array of world-wide talents, he is a very active Missionary both abroad as well as in the community of York, where he and First Parish Church have been active community contributors for quite some time. If history dpeaks, all will experience a spiritual and uplifting night as we approach this holy season.
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~ Arts & Entertainment ~ Merry TubaChristmas, A Free Concert at Nonantum Resort KENNEBUNKPORT The Nonantum Resort, will celebrate the 43rd annual Merry TubaChristmas at a special free holiday concert Sunday, December 4 on 95 Ocean Avenue at 3 p.m. The historic Merry TubaChristmas event was created by musician Harvey Phillips and debuted in 1974 at New York City’s Rockefeller Center to highlight the warm, rich music of tuba and euphonium players at Christmastime, and also to honor the late great tubist William J. Bell. Since that time, spontaneous community ensembles of local musicians of all ages gather to play traditional Christmas carols together. The unique concerts have been showcased in more than 290 citiies nationally and worldwide. This will be the first time this proud brass tradition will be featured in Kennebunkport.
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This musical event has special significance to Nonantum Innkeeper Jean Ginn Marvin, who is an accomplished tubist and euphonium player along with her husband Bob. “Nothing says Christmas like Merry TubaChristmas,” Marvin said. “My family and I have thoroughly enjoyed playing in these concerts over the years. When our friend and fellow musician Dr. Joe Rolland of Kennebunkport encouraged us to bring the concert to The Nonantum as part of our Prelude celebrations it seemed like a great idea!” On the day of the concert the public is also welcome to attend a buffet breakfast with Mrs. Claus from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Musicians will then register at 1 p.m. (there is a $10 registration fee and includes a commemorative button). Rehearsal will be held
WELLS Santa’s workshop is setting up shop during Kennebunkport’s Christmas Prelude celebration when Post House Commons on Route 1 in Wells hosts some of Maine’s most creative craftsmen at a special Holiday Artisan Workshop on the Prelude weekends of December 3-4 and December 10-11, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Artisan Workshop at Post House Commons enables one-of-a-kind Maine artisans to demonstrate their crafts and sell 1:30-2:30 p.m. before the concert starts in the Ballroom at 3 p.m. All players are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information, call 207-967-4050 or visit www.nonantumresort. com. The Harvey Phillips (HPF) is a not-for-profit foundation incorporated in the state of New York. For more information, visit www.tubachristmas.com.
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their unique wares. Artist on hand for both weekends will be: • Steve Bertell of Little River Decoys, an award-winning master carver of handcrafted decoys, shorebirds and decorative carvings; • Christina Teneyck of Constant Gardener Arts, featuring botanical-inspired fine arts and crafts using native flora and fauna. Items include jewelry, herbarium pressings, watercolors, cards and gifts; • Duncan Scott of Misto’s Plant Company, featuring locally handcrafted succulent container gardens that convey the rustic, organic tone of the New England landscape; and • Lori Milne of Get Hooked By Lori, a fibre artist that uses hand dyed wool to create primitive rug-hooked specialties, including decorative ornaments and pillows. For more information, call 207-646-1110.
The rich architecture created by these people, coupled with various intriguing stories of the area, makes for a fascinating visual tour of the past. Kittery’s strong ties with shipbuilding are obvious, and the growth and development of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, the nation’s oldest continuously operating shipyard, has created a strong foundation for the community. With ships comes the military, and its presence in Kittery is another contributing member to the town’s history. From John Paul Jones to Teddy Roosevelt, the stories and memories of past military and military-related events are nothing short of incredible. This lecture is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 207-4393800 or visit www.kitterycommunitycenter.org/star-theatre. The STAR Theatre is located in the Kittery Community Center at 120 Rogers Road, Kittery.
BUSINESS & FINANCE REALTORS® Raise $30,000 at Scholarship Auction ELIOT The York County Council of REALTORS® recently hosted its annual scholarship auction at the Regatta Banquet Center in Eliot, Maine. Nearly 150 Maine and NH real estate agents, affiliates and guests were in attendance and $30,000 was raised. This annual event raises money through cash donations, sponsorships, a live and silent auction, raffles and games. The funds are then distributed among qualifying York County high school seniors for their continuing education after graduation. Last year, eight $2,500 scholarships were awarded, including three York County Community College recipients. As a result of the successful evening, the organization will be awarding even more next spring. The York County Council of REALTORS® has been providing scholarships to high school seniors for over 15 years and to date has raised nearly $180,000. They have given away 90 scholarships, not including what will be awarded in 2017. "It's important that we give something back to the communities our industry serves. We care about the future generation of profes-
sionals, vocational tradesmen and women and of course home ownership opportunities. It's a win-win and if we can provide students with some financial help to make their first year a little easier, we are eager to do so," Lori Barrett, Committee Chairperson said. Applications for scholarship consideration will be available sometime in February 2017 and all York County high schools will be notiSee SCHOLARS page 19...
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employment opportunity. Representatives from several companies will be here interviewing for current openings. No appointment required Employer Recruitments for December at the York County CareerCenter â€“ please check website for additions and updates. Competitive Skills Scholarship Program - The Competitive Skills Scholarship helps workers learn new skills and succeed in a changing economy. The program is open to all qualified Maine residents and pays for education and training for high-wage jobs in demand in Maine. York County is currently accepting applications for the program. For more information or to download an application please fgo to this link: http:// www.mainecareercenter.gov/
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According to the National Restaurant Association, seven in 10 consumers say their favorite restaurant foods provide flavors they cannot easily duplicate at home. Perhaps thatâ€™s one reason why nine in 10 consumers say they enjoy going out to restaurants. While few would likely be shocked to learn that so many people enjoy dining, the types of restaurants consumers prefer reflects a trend that might not have been so important as recently as a decade ago. The National Restaurant Association notes that 68 percent of consumers surveyed for the organizationâ€™s 2016 Pocket Factbook are more likely to visit a restaurant that offers locally produced food items. Locally produced foods not only support the local economy, but also tend to be more eco-friendly, as fewer natural resources must be used up to get them from the farm to the dinner table. That preference for eco-friendly food might also explain why 60 percent of consumers are more likely to choose restaurants that offer eco-friendly foods than establishments that provide no such offerings.
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BUSINESS & FINANCE YCCC Business Awards Dinner YORK COUNTY York County Community College (YCCC) held its 12th Annual York County Business Awards Dinner (formerly the Entrepreneur Awards) on November 10 at Duffy’s Tavern & Grill in Old Orchard Beach. The evening
included a social hour, dinner, and awards presentation which recognized and honored York County Business. YCCC President, Dr. Barbara Finkelstein, welcomed those in attendance. Shawn Moody, President of Moody Collision Centers gave the Keynote Speech and Rich-
Maine Robotics Career Showcase in Augusta STATEWIDE Come join Maine Robotics and GEAR UP Maine to incite Maine’s next generation of thinkers, engineers, problem solvers, entrepreneurs and programmers on December 10 at the Augusta Civic Center. Seeking professional engineers, programmers, college professors and STEM entrepreneurs to come set up a display and talk with youth, parents and teachers. Several thousand youth and adults, teachers and parents, will be touring the Augusta Civic Center, thinking about what STEM/STEAM professionals in Maine actually do. At the Maine Robotics EXPO: The Maine FIRST LEGO League State Championship, The STEM/STEAM Career Showcase, The Maine Digital Festival, The FIRST robotics and VEX robotics Demo area, and The Great Ball Contraption. Registration is required but there is no cost to come
and set up for the day Each exhibitor will have a 7-ft. table and two chairs The Maine Robotics EXPO runs from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to tour the Civic Center and see what these youth have been up to. A packet containing further information about the event will be sent to you if you contact by phone: 207 866 4340 or by email at info@mainerobotics org.
ard Stanley, President of the Sanford Chamber of Commerce served as Master of Ceremonies. Award winners were: Student Business of the Year: Got Baked Bakery in Saco/Jessica Ricker, Owner; Rookie Business of the Year: Mug Buddy Cookies in Biddeford/Margen Soliman President, Owner; TIE–Small Business of the Year: ThinkTank Coworking in Biddeford/Patrick Roche, Founder & Director; TIE–Small Business of the Year: Heidi’s Heavenly Pot Pies in Sanford/Heidi Maurais, Founder & CEO; Medium Business of the Year: Above & Beyond
Left to right: Marc Feldman/ThinkTank Coworking, Sarah Mace Diment/ Beachmere Inn, Kathy Baker representing Gail Arnold/Kennebunk Beach Realty, Gina Sawtelle/Above & Beyond Catering, Heidi Maurais/Heidi’s Heavenly Pies, Jessica Ricker/Got Baked Bakery, Margen Soliman/Mug Buddy Cookies. (courtesy photo)
Catering in Sanford/Gina Sawtelle, Owner; Large Business of the Year: Beachmere Inn in Ogunquit/Sarah Mace Diment,
General Manager 2016; Business of the Year: Kennebunk Beach Realty in Kennebunk/ Gail Arnold, Owner.
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~ Where To Dine ~
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~ News ~
...HONORS from page 22 Carolyn Hoerth, Henry Honkonen, Anna Houghton, Makenna Janes, Nathan Kiesman, Celine Lawrence, Emily Lewis, Sarah MacDonald, Emerson McCoomb, Alayna Melino, Nicole Merosola, Noble Mushtak, Katherine Page, Jacqueline Ruksznis, Alyssa Saltz, Virginia Sullivan, Courtney Thim, Isabella Trull, Kayla Wozny.
Honors Connor Adams, Kara Anderson, Sarah Arenberg, Gabrielle Barber, Molly Barrett, Noelle Barrett, Lindsey Bogh, Robert Christian, Izabella Clark, Nathalie Clavette, Lily Clough, Emersyn Colbath-Stevens, Tyler Conary, Jacob Doyle, Adam Doyon, Ryan Driscoll, Ryley Edgell, Shayleigh Folger, Madison Gagner, Connor Galvin, Rachel Gatcomb, Jacob Gehron, Leah Glidden, Megan Goodwin, Colin Grady, Madison
Gray, Emry Greene, Anna Grinnell, Samuel Hammond, Avery Harrison, Morgan Hasty, Adelaide Hendrick, Natalie Herbold, Camryn Herrick, Amanda Hill, Abigail Kaye, Nathaniel Keene, Jillian Land, Kayla Landry, Michael LaSelva, Sofia Latta, Elizabeth Lawson, Madeline Lindsay, Jaiden Long, Sophia Magliozzi, Devin Mahoney, Irene Mamesah, Linus Manchester, Mikayla Manderville, Nicole Marks, Aidan McPherson, Courtny Meserve, Samuel Molin, Annie Montanus, Megan Moore, Chloe Moretti, Katelyn Mundell, Hannah Normand, Mia Pike, Eliott Place, John Riccardi, Alicia Richards, Xander Rogers, Ilanah Sandler, Madelin Sintiris, Julia Smith, Aiden Stone, Malachy Taplin, Michaela Tero, William True, Max Tullgren, Grace Verrill, Carlie White, Macey White, Caleb Whiting-Grant, Matthew Zinck.
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~ Obituaries & News ~ Roger Mark Draheim, 69
Adele Frances Chesley Fyfe, 97 YORK â€“ Adele Frances Chesley Fyfe, 97, of York, a former Auburn resident, died Friday, November 18, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. She was a loving wife, mother, nana and great nana. She was born in Lewiston on Oct. 15, 1919, the daughter of the late Earle and Edith (Estes) Chesley. In 1937 she graduated as salutatorian at Edward Little High School in Auburn. Adele went on to further her education at Simmons College in Boston where she was senior class secretary and a graduate in the School of Business and secretarial studies in 1941. Adeleâ€™s interests included crossword puzzles, bowling and traveling. On Jan. 12, 1944, she married Gordon F. Fyfe, who died in 1965. She is survived by her son, Gregory C. Fyfe, and his wife, Marilyn L. Fyfe of York; one sister, Dorothy Kerr of Auburn; three grandchildren, Douglas Fyfe and his wife, Amanda, Suzanne Camire and her husband, David, and Laura Fleming and her husband, Brian, all of Massachusetts; seven great-grandchildren, Lily, Stella and Amelia Fyfe, Tia and Teddy Camire, Miles and Nolan Fleming. She was predeceased by a son, Gordon F. Fyfe Jr., in 1998; a brother, Earle M. Chesley Jr., in 2004; and greatgranddaughter, Celia Grace Fyfe, in 2003. The family is grateful for years of loving care at Sanctuary Care in Rye, NH, for Adele. Online condolences and sharing of memories may be expressed at www.lynchbrothers.com. Arrangements by Pinette Dillingham & Lynch Funeral Home in Lewiston.
WELLS â€“ Roger Mark Draheim, of Sanford Road, Wells, passed away at the age of 69 in Massachusetts General Hospital on November 20, 2016. Roger was born in Milford, MA on March 8, 1947 and grew up in Wrentham, MA as one of three children. He married his beloved wife Carol Marie Zabchuk in 1975. After relocating to Maine, he started a family and was employed at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. He spent his free time woodworking; however, his main focus always remained as his family. Roger was pre-deceased by his brother Steven Russell Draheim. He is survived by his brother, Peter Russell Draheim of Wrentham, MA. He is also survived by his wife, Carol Marie Draheim and their two children, Roger Russell Draheim of Portsmouth, England and Matthew Mark Draheim; Daughter-in-law Hyemi Yun Draheim and grandchildren Noah Matthew Draheim, Harper Grace Draheim and Finley Choe Draheim all of Wells, Maine. A Celebration of Life will be held in the Spring of 2017. Arrangements are entrusted to the Johnson Funeral Home in North Berwick. Condolences may be expressed at www.JohnsonFuneralHomeME.com.
Joseph and Juliette (Paradis) Chamberland. After graduating high School, Celine went on to earn her nursing degree and worked as a Registered Nurse at St. Josephâ€™s Hospital in Nashua, NH. In 1960, Celine married Roger T. Oâ€™Neil. Together they owned and operated Home Fashions and locally they owned and operated Cannon Sheets and Towels in Wells. Celine loved doting on her children and grandchildren. She was a fantastic cook and loved hosting holiday meals with her family. She was known for her generosity and enjoyed knitting and Bingo. She also enjoyed a good political discussion. Celine is lovingly remembered by her husband, Roger; her daughter, Jill Marie Oâ€™Neil of Sanford; her sons Mark J. Oâ€™Neil and his wife, Cheryl, of Windham, NH and Michael F. Oâ€™Neil of Portsmouth, NH; her ex daughter in law, Theresa McGuinness, whom Celine loved like a daughter; her grandchildren, Mikala, Kelsey, Courtney and Taylor; her cousins, Dorothy and Richard Sletterink of Nashua, NH; and many nieces and nephews in the Biddeford-Saco area. A memorial service was held on Saturday, November 26, followed by interment at Ocean View Cemetery in Wells. To share a memory or leave a message of condolence, visit Celineâ€™s Book of Memories Page at www.bibberfuneral. com. Arrangements are in care of Bibber Memorial Chapel, 67 Summer Street, Kennebunk, ME 04043.
St. Davidâ€™s Calls New Rector KENNEBUNK St. David's Episcopal Church of Kennebunk announces the calling of a new rector, The Rev. Andrew D'Angio White. He will begin celebrating services and preaching on Sunday, December 4. The Rev. Dâ€™Angio White comes to Kennebunk from Newark, NY where he was the rector for the Northeast Partners in Episcopal Ministry, a cluster of three congregations that share clergy leadership. Prior to that position, he worked on a Navajo reservation and served as an assistant to the rector in Alexandria, VA. He was educated at Haverford College and Virginia Theological Seminary. The Rev. Dâ€™Angio White, his wife Sara and their two young children, Maggie and Charlie, will move to Kennebunk at the end of November. While he begins serving as rector in December, The Rev. Dâ€™Angio White's formal installation by the Episcopal Diocese of Maine will take place at a later date. The members of St. David's welcome The Rev. Dâ€™Angio White and invite the community to join them in celebrating.
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~ Pets ~
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WELLS Weâ€™re delighted with all the help pouring in to pay off the mortgage for our adoption center/shelter in Wells. With
only four weeks left to raise the last $25,000, weâ€™re thankful to everyone whoâ€™s donated, but still need more help to reach our goal. A tax-deductible donation of any size will help us to meet the deadline of December 31. Address your donations to Safe Haven, PO Box 91, Wells, ME 04090 and mark it â€œmortgage pay offâ€? so we know how you wish your funds to be used.
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YORK Buddy is a big bundle of love. This gentle giant was taken in a few years ago by a very kind, cat loving woman. He was being beat up by another cat in the area and would run to her deck for safety. When she finally got him indoors, he became her lap cat instantly, and for two years he was happy living the way a cat should. Sadly, his kind savior passed away and Buddy is, once again, in need of a home with a loving companion. While out on his own, getting attacked by other cats, Buddy contracted FIV. Cats with FIV or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus can live long, healthy lives like most other cats. FIV can make them more susceptible to other viruses such as upper respiratory so prompt treatment of initial signs of illness is best. Buddy is neutered and up to date on vaccinations.
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People and Business Profiles
Re/MAX Realty One Donates to Food Pantry YORK RE/MAX Realty One is proud to have made a donation of nearly $300 to the York Food Pantry! Each fall for Harvestfest and the activities surrounding it, a beautiful handmade quilt is made for RE/MAX Realty One to raffle off. This years recipient was Dan Letellier’s sister-inlaw of the Saco-Biddeford area. Thanks to all that supported this worthy cause. Pictured from left: Michelle Surdoval, Executive Director, York Community Service Association (YCSA); Jim
Hager, RE/MAX Realty One; Maureen Monsen, Manager,
YCSA Food Pantry. FMI: www. yorkmaine.com.
EXIT Realty’s Rick & Pam Coyne Attend Convention WELLS Rick and Pam Coyne joined real estate professionals from across North America recently at the EXIT Realty International Convention at the Atlantis Resort in Paradise Island, Bahamas. This convention is an annual event that brings top real estate professionals together to interact and learn from each
other and promote discussions about issues and trends in the real estate market. A high point of the event was the special awards ceremony presided over by EXIT Realty Corp. International Chairman, Steve Morris. "I cannot wait to go again next year. As a real estate professional, I was able to broaden my industry knowledge in a wide va-
riety of issues," said Rick Coyne. "This is an exciting time to be a REALTOR® and to be part of the EXIT Revolution." "What an awesome experience to go to the Bahamas a week after the hurricane. We had great speakers along with fantastic breakout sessions to learn how to be successful as an agent and as a franchisee.
Squaretoes Restaurant Celebrates A Year
KENNEBUNK Paula Hunter, owner of
The convention concluded with the Chairman's Gala on Friday night. Chairman and Founder Steve Morris awarded three $25,000 cash prizes. Pam and I took an extra 4 days to relax and enjoy the resort." says Rick. EXIT Oceanside Realty is located at 1217 Post Road Wells. For more information, please call 207-646-8333 or visit our website www.exitoceansiderealty.com.
Squaretoes Restaurant at 30 York Street Kennebunk, recently celebrated her first year of ownership. With the help of her entire staff (which includes her two daughters Kellie McDonough, Korin Bancroft, grandson Nathan Bancroft, head cook Patrick Mattis, cook Kelly Moulton, and Darrien Norton), she has created a happy inviting family feel at Squaretoes, who's food is freshly made. A few of the favorites include the homemade corned-beef hash, benedicts, and haddock chowder. Squaretoes is open 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. daily, closed Tuesdays.
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SPORTS Warriors ‘Meet and Greet’ with Elementary Students before Big Game WELLS On Friday, November 18, a day before the Class C State Football Championship game between the teams of Wells High School and Mount Desert Island, the Warriors took time for a morning visit with students at Wells Elementary School. “This was an amazing thing for our children, commented WES teacher and PTSA co-president Pam Lear. “Their (the students) look of awe was amazing.” With music playing over the intercom, students, many holding signs, lined the hallways to greet and cheer the
players. Both teachers and students received red Warrior towels to bring to Saturday’s game at Fitzpatrick Stadium in Portland. As it turned out for Wells, the Warriors were victorious over MDI with a score of 44 to 0 making this the Warriors’ third state championship win. “It was so special for the players to share their time with us,” commented Lear about Friday’s visit. “Our children loved it! Making a connection between the younger students and our older role models is so important. These kiddos will remember this”.
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Girls’ Soccer EIL Tournament & Season Recap Sunday, Nov 27 Berwick 2, Concord 0 The Bulldogs took on the number number two seed Concord in the Eastern Independent League Tournament and after an exciting 1-1 draw in regulation the Bulldogs advanced after a penalty kick shoot out to play Pingree in the finals for the second year in a row. The Bulldogs played the eventual NEPSAC Class B Champions Pingree tight until the closing minutes when Pingree got the insurance goal to make it a 2-0 win for their second EIL Tournament title in 2 years. Caroline Starr (Rye, NH) had the lone Bulldog goal in the semifinals vs Concord and finished the season second on the team in scoring with 11 goals and 4 assists and was named an EIL All League Player.Christine Gardella (Haverhill, MA) had the Bulldogs best chances to equalize vs Pingree in the finals and finished the season with 11 goals and 2 assists and was named an EIL All League HM Player and NEPSAC All Star. Kenza Farid (Hampton, NH) anchored a Berwick defense that allowed only 1.28 goals per game, an impressive statistic given the season ending injury to goalkeeper Sam Montagno (Exeter, NH) 1/2 way through the season, forced Farid to step up big in her defensive duties. From her defensive role Kenza also had an impressive 5 goals and 4 assists and was named an EIL All League Player and NEPSAC All Star. Tess Varley (Portsmouth, NH) played key roles in the midfield and defense and was named an EIL All League HM Player. Her individual defense in the last three games of the season was top notch shutting down numerous dangerous attacking players, with key plays and tough tackles. Two freshmen had standout seasons for the Bulldogs. Aaliyah Farid (Hampton, NH) lead the team in scoring, assists, and points with an impressive 12 goals and 9 assists. Rayne Zimmermann (Exeter, NH) was the recipient of the Coaches Award for stepping up to play goalie when Montagno was injured and putting the team's
needs ahead of her own. She had many big saves even saving the 7th penalty kick in the EIL shootout that got the Bulldogs to the finals. She still managed an impressive 6 goals and 5 assists despite playing defense and goalkeeper for most of the season. Senior Captains Christie Sullivan (Stratham, NH) and Annie Vatcher (Kennebunk, ME) were amazing leaders for a team that earned a historic 12 wins and scored 52 goals (both records over the last 15+ years). Sullivan was an EIL All League Player and Vatcher was name the Team's Most Valuable Player. The Bulldogs finished the season 12-5-1 just narrowly missing a NEPSAC tournament birth in a very competitive field where Marianapolis who narrowly beat the Bulldogs 2-1 during the regular season knocked off defending Champion Brewster Academy (3-2) in the first round and Kimball Union Academy took the Championship for 2016 with wins over Rye Country Day (3-2) MacDuffie (2-1) and Marianapolis in the finals (1-0).
The Wells High School Warriors Football Team standing outside of Wells Elementary School on November 18,, 2016 following a visit with the school’s teachers and student body. A day later the team would go on to win the Class C Football State Championship. Shortly before this photo was taken, the team received a sign from several fourth grade classrooms that read: “Go Warriors! Hands down the best!! (Reg Bennett photo)
York High School Boys Hockey Team to Host Eighth Annual Toy Drive YORK The York High School boys hockey team will be hosting the eighth holiday Toys for Tots gift drive on Monday, December 5, at their game against St. Thomas Aquinas at Jackson's Landing in Durham, NH. Fans are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy with them to the game to drop off. Toys for Tots will distribute them to local families in York in time for the upcoming holiday season. Mel Bates, the southern Maine coordinator for Toys for Tots said, “We really appreciate the York Wildcats getting involved each year. Our community toy drives were able to provide toys to more than two hundred families in the York Area last year. We are hoping to exceed last year’s collection and the need is even greater this year.” This will be the official
debut for the 2016-2017 Wildcat Season. Coach Jim Powers said, “York High School hockey players have a very long record of participating in charitable events. Being part of Toys for Tots is personal to them. They can all remember getting their first pair of skates or their first stick. That magic is still in them. When they pass it on to someone else it lights up all over again. This kind of sharing is the best there is.” Game time is 3:30 p.m. Gift card donations for older kids are also appreciated. Everyone who brings a toy donation will receive an entry into a raffle for two Red Sox tickets to a home game at Fenway during the 2017 Season. There will also be a bake sale to benefit Toys for Tots. For more information contact: Spencer Pickett, YHS Hockey Class of 2018, 207-
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QUALITY FIREWOOD LLC Green Seasoned Cut - Split - Delivered Quality & Quantity Guaranteed 603-396-8453 â€˘ York, Maine FIREWOOD SINCE 1991 Seasoned $250/cord Green $210/cord 207-676-8458 Lower 2016 Prices SEMI-SEASONED FIREWOOD Cut, Split & Delivered $285 / Cord Call Eric Hobson 207-467-0621
GUNSMITHING GUNSMITHING SERVICES Expert cleaning and repairs, also light machining services, lathe and milling work. Very reasonable rates. 207-450-8957
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CLEANING SERVICES AMYâ€™S OCD CLEANING (207) 671-3557 AmysOCDcleaning@gmail.com Residential / Commercial Daily / Weekly Full Service Cleaning MELâ€™S CLEANING SERVICE Hate cleaning? We love it! â€˘ Clean rooms, hallways, living & work area â€˘ Change sheets & towels; make beds; wash & fold clothes â€˘ Empty wastebaskets & take trash to disposal area â€˘ Replenish supplies, such as soap & toilet paper â€˘ Dust & polish furniture â€˘ Sweep & wash ďŹ‚oors â€˘ Clean windows, walls & woodwork â€˘ Seasonal cleanings â€˘ Move out cleanings â€˘ AND MORE! Call: 207-703-4546
WINTER RENTAL YORK York Village (now to end June): Two units in large house. Fully furnished, applianced & dishware. In very nice neighborhood. Walk to village, hospital & river. Modern Unit: 5 Rms, 2 BR, 2-1/2 BA, laundry, porch & deck. Antique Unit: 7 Rms, 3 BR, 2-1/2 BA, large porches. Off-street parking for both. Pool for June use. Large yard. No pets, no smoking. Each $1,500/mo., inc all utilities & cable. Move-in ready. 978-771-5858 â€˘ ddesmond@ hancockassociates.com
1 YEAR OLD SEASONED FIREWOOD 16â€? Cut, split & delivered. Guarantee a full cord and all hardwood. North Berwick. 207-409-6567 DRY FIREWOOD 207-361-1139 Cape Neddick DRY FIREWOOD Split & Covered 7 Months Delivered 207-646-5161
RENTAL WANTED Single local female on ďŹ xed income with two (2) nondestructive cats seeks 1-2 BR OR SMALL COTTAGE in Wells/Ogunquit/York area. Just need the basics, needed NOW. Call Bobbi 207-646-5979 leave message. LET US HELP YOU TO RENT YOUR PROPERTY! Call us to get results â€“ no obligations or restrictions. Sales and buyer services as well. BILL JONES REALTY TEAM 207-636-7531 www.billjonesrealtyteam.com
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with SEASIDE VACATION RENTALS & JOHANK by SEASIDE! Positive results and unquestionable loyalty! 33 Successful years in York, Ogunquit & Wells! Over 60% of guests return year after year! Extensive advertising & marketing. Online booking & accurate accounting for homeowners. Cleaning & Maintenance.
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SOUTH BERWICK Terrific 1 BR condo all on one level, open & bright, front porch, patio, freshly painted & new flooring. $775/month. Call Lynne at Chick Real Estate Cell 207-252-0752
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HELP WANTED HOME CARE NEEDED for a 44-year-old, paralyzed man in York with Hoyer lift. Help with bed to wheel chair, commode, dressing, shower, house cleaning, shopping (van supplied). Morning bathroom program Monday Friday 10am - 1pm. $12/hour. Call Rick 207-459-4599
LOOKING TO FILL 3 POSITIONS Abbott Bros. Inc. 1123A US Route 1 Cape Neddick, ME
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House to meet horses, enjoy refreshments, music and meet others who appreciate horses. FMI: www.blixxhorses.org; 207985-1994.
$25 per adult ($20 for museum members), $7.50 per child 14 and under. Children under 4 admitted free.
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Held at York High School. Competition starts at 9 a.m. and is open to children ages 8 to 13 as of April 1, 2017. Pre-registration required. Register at yorkelkshoopshoot@ yahoo.com or call 207-439-1712. Event is free; trophies awarded to first, second, and third place boy and girl in each age group. Followed by regional, state, and national competitions, if qualified. FMI: 207-361-1788.York Elks, 1704 Route 1,Cape Neddick.
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BlixxHorses Holiday Open House Blixx Horses of 5 Portage Way, Kennebunk, recently acquired a 501(c)(3) NPF status. From 2-4 p.m., they invite you to an Open
Tickets on sale at the Brick Store Museum for its 13th Annual Holiday Tea from 3 -5 p.m. at the Captain Horatio Moody House on Summer Street, Kennebunk. Kitchen Chicks Catering will serve tea sandwiches and sweet treats. To register, call 207-985-4802 or visit www.brickstoremuseum.org.
CUSTOMIZED GUITAR LESSONS All Styles / Levels Experienced teacher, B.M. Learn the music you like! Randy Browning 207.384.4252 SIMPLY THE BEST MUSIC LESSONS IN SO. MAINE! Best Teachers â€˘ Best Facilities Best Schedules â€˘ Best Recitals All instruments, All ages, All styles! TuneTown Studios 207-641-8863 932 Sanford Road, Wells www.tunetownmusicgear.com
York Elks Hoop Shoot
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LAURA S. LEBER, CPA Accounting, bookkeeping, payroll & tax preparation services. Reasonable rates. Call 207-384-5932 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
AAA â€œKeeping the Keysâ€? This one hour program begins at 10:30 a.m., and is designed for drivers ages 55 and older. Curriculum focuses on how drivers, roads, and vehicles have changed and how those changes affect driving. Learn about the 5 most common types of crashes seniors have. The program is designed to be fun, interactive, and anxiety-free. Discussions led by Harri Sterling, an AAA certified instructor. York Senior Center, 36 Main St, York.
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$9,995 4 Door, automatic, only 64k miles.
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$9,995 Alloy wheels, power sunroof, one owner.
$12,995 Leather, sunroof, navigation.
$10,895 One owner, AWD, automatic, sunroof, Michelin tires.
$18,995 Only 45k miles, sunroof, navigation, leather.
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$19,995 White, 5.3L V8, 4 new tires, power package.
â€˜11 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4X4
$22,995 XLT, V8, power sunroof.
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Nancy Ergmann | Terry Pirini | Mike Conlon | Laura Daly | Jeffrey Jellison | Lynn Helmer | Brent Mohr | Laurie Collins
Atlantic Realty 433 US Route 1, Cottage Place, Suite 101, York, ME 03909 | 207.363.4053 | email@example.com UNDER CONTRACT
KITTERY - LOVELY, PRIVATE SETTING FOR THIS 3 BR NEW ENGLANDER! K( counters with soapstone sink, master BR with private deck, 2 BRs, family room on lower level, and beautifully landscaped hot tub area. CALL TODAY! $319,000 BRENT MOHR 207-752-2906
YOUR HOME COULD BE HERE! The market is very active and now is the time to make your move. Whether selling or buying, let me put my expertise to work for you. Iâ€™ll prepare a free Market Analysis for your property (;@( @ perfect new home. TERRY PIRINI 207-451-7376
INCREDIBLE OPEN CONCEPT COLONIAL IN WELLS! Gourmet kitchen w/ upgrades, granite & breakfast bar, DR, <4()"=>*4' ():? @ (7 backyard w/ 2-tiered deck, patio, landscaping & 2-car garage in a quiet neighborhood. $469,800 JEFF JELLISON 207-752-1659
YORK - LAST OF THE REMAINING INTOWN LOTS which is ideally located close to all York has to offer: beaches, shops, schools, restaurants. Build your new year-round dream home or vacation get-a-way on this .46 acre parcel! $149,900
DUPLEX LOT IN KITTERY! Fully approved lot accessed off a private, paved road with town water and soils tested. Lot has been excavated and is ready for an immediate build. $109,800
YORKâ€™S NEWEST WATERFRONT NEIGHBORHOOD - 9 LOTS IN 44 ACRES OF PRIVACY! Lot #3, The Inlet Lot, offers nearly 1,200â€™ of frontage on York River w/ an inlet & peninsula. Bring your plans or have Atlantic Construction design & build immediately! Covenants & restrictions are in place to protect your long-term investment. $495,000
LAURA DALY 207-337-2121
YORK BEACH! OCEAN VIEW VILLAGE is only a short walk to Short Sands Beach and Ellis Park. Lovely home featuring newer upgrades. 3 BRs, 2 *: *4 ( sitting area, and ocean views from many rooms. Superior seaside living, year round. $399,900 LAURA DALY 207-337-2121
YORK HARBOR - LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! In one of York Harborâ€™s most desirable neighborhoods is ( @J > *4 ' *: Colonial. New kitchen w/ granite counters, master suite, formal LR & DR, and FR w/ wood-burning FP. Walk to beaches, Village & more. $509,900 NANCY ERGMANN 207-337-2896
YORK - NEW CONSTRUCTION HAS BEGUN ON THIS SPACIOUS RANCH IN YORKâ€™S NEWEST SUBDIVISION - PINE LEDGE. The Raspberry Crisp boasts 7 () ' *4 ' *: ( 7
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YORKâ€™S NEWEST SUBDIV IS UNDERWAY! Come visit Pine Ledge and choose a Wendy Welton design. This 3 BR, 2.5 BA Calla Bungalow is situated on a half acre close to York & Ogunquit beaches. Gas FP in the LR, large kitchen/dining Currently under construction with time to make your own choices. $412,500
YORK - FULLY APPROVED COMMERCIAL SITE ON ROUTE ONE IN YORK! For sale, for lease, will build to suite, ground located less than 1 mile to I-95. $598,000
YORK - PRIME LOCATION JUST AROUND THE CORNER FROM YORKâ€™S BEACHES AND THE VILLAGE! Flat, easily accessible lot surrounded by established homes, ready for an immediate build. Covenants in place to protect your investment. Builder tie-in. $225,000
BERWICK COMMERCIAL LAND! Excellent opportunity for a commercial development on a major state road in Southern Maine. " %'" center. $500,000
YORK - STUNNING SUNRISES, SOUTHERN EXPOSURE & PANORAMIC VIEWS OF THE OCEAN! The layout is complete yet allows for expansion/renovations. 2+ Acre lot w/ 200â€™ of frontage on the Atlantic, 3,600 SF of living space () ' *4 (78' bonus room w/ views. $1,595,000
YORK - APPROVED 3-LOT SUBDIVISION WITH FRONTAGE ON CAPE NEDDICK RIVER! Route 1-5 zoning allows for many commercial uses or you can build your own family compound. The possibilities are endless. See it today! $399,000
YORK - BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY TO THE BEACH! This lovely 5 BR, year round, Victorian home is situated directly across from the ocean with unobstructed views. Enjoy evenings sitting on the large 3-season porch or cooking out in the back yard. Town approval to be one of 2 standalone condos on this half acre lot. $725,000
Published on Nov 30, 2016