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Election 2008 one for the history books
BY Liz PREMO
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American voters elected Illinois Senator Barack ()barna
Senate hut will be serving as
vice president instead.
nor John lynch (D1 was Ivelected for a third term in a
as the nation's 44th president
— an event that has been
The Obama/Biden campaign — and indeed many
candidates overall from the
virtual landslide in his campaign against GOP State Sena-
S
eacoast area voters
were out in full force for
Election Day on Tuesday,
lining up at the polls to cast
their ballots for the candidates
they felt would best serve their
countni, county and district.
When all was said and
declared to be historic in more
ways than one
joining him on the ticket
to victory was Delaware Senator loe Biden, 1,vho was also
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Democratic party — saw plenty of support from SU!acoast
tor lie Kenney, while former
NI I Governor Jeanne Shaheen
(I)) ousted incumbent John
area voters as well as across
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ELECTION FROM IA
US Senate.
With this victory, Shaheen
became the first woman from
the Granite State to be elected
to that position, and the first
worn,* 44A* cotaritryk history ict bi elected bi as a
governor and a senator.
In theloce for re-election
to her seat in the US House
of Representatives, Carol She*
Porter (D) ligeated Republican Jeb Bradley in his latest
to return to Washington, Isf
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unseated hint
In NH State Senate races,
Democratic incumbents Maggie Hassan and Martha Fuller
Clark were victorious in their
Districts 23 and 24 (respectively). Beverly Hollingworth (D)
was re-elected to her slot as
Executive Council, and Cathy
Stacey (R) was elected Register
of Deeds.
For Rockingham County
incumbents running for office,
re-election was the order of the
day for all but one. County
Attorney Jim Reams (R), County Treasurer Dan Linehan (R),
County Commissioner Kate
Pratt (R) and County Treasurer
David Ahearn (D) were voted
back into office, while Andrew
Christie (R) was unseated by
Deb Crapo (D).
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Democratic candidates for state rep from
the various Seacoast area
districts slightly outnumbered Republicans, with a
number of incumbents on
both sides being re-elected.
Additional (though not
complete) election results
can be found on Page 8A
in this issue of the Atlantic
News.
With the 2008 Elections
one for the history books,
both parties will get down
to business before the
country — and the Seacoast
— turns its sights toward
the 2010 campaigns: US
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Saturday's Fire Prevention
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Professional Firefighters of
Hampton, Local 2664 and the
Hampton Fire Department
Supervisory Association,
Local 3017.
For four fun-filled hours,
kids and their families were
treated to a variety of activities and events designed to
educate as well as entertain.
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at the uptown fire station on
Wirmacunnet Road, the open
house proved to be extremely
popular with those in attendance.
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— not the least of which was
the Junior Firefighters Agility
Course. An estimated 200 or
so participants lined up to test
their budding first responder
abilities under the careful
instruction of the professionals.
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fitness by doing push-ups
before running off to "rescue"
a pair of plush pals, transport
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'Better Living' coming with Seacoast holistic health expo
B1 MARK (HAG JR.
ATLANTIC NEWS STAFF WRITER
PORTSMOUTH If ever
there was a "must-see" event
of the year in the Seacoast
region, this is it.
Once widely considered an "alternative" form
of lifestyle, holistic living
is becoming evermote the
mainstream medium as
more and more people discover the endless resources
and advantages available.
This is the public's chance to
experience it all.
The first annual Seacoast Better Living Expo
will assemble roughly 100
exhibitors from across the
Northeast at the Frank Jones
Center in Portsmouth for a
daylong extravaganza in all
aspects of holistic lifestyles.
For the nominal admission fee of $5, visitors will
be enthralled with a bountiful harvest of exhibitors
and education, the proceeds
of which will benefit the
non-profit Seacoast Holistic
Health Association.
Plan to spend the day
because there will be plenty
to do. Bring the kids but
don't pack a lunch — there
will be plenty of fun for
them and food for all.
Visitors will experience
displays on homeopathy,
massage, organic living,
yoga, natural living, acupuncture, meditation, holistic living, locally grown
foods, crystals, psychics,
solar power, conscio4s living, sustainable living, Qi
Gong, chiropractic, Reiki
and much, much more.
"The purpose is to try
to educate as many people
as possible on all the services they have to offer,"
says Portsmouth's Joseph
Carringer, who, along with
Nicole Salotti, worked for
the past six months to make
the event a reality. Now,
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vendors, exhibitors and
guest speakers from Boston
to Portland will descend
on the Frank Jones Center
, n Saturday, November 15,
trom 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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There will be Native
American arts and crafts,
skin and body care, nutritional supplements, fair
trade gifts, natural body
products, healthy living
and eco/green books and
publications, a metaphysical bookstore, fair trade and
organic tea, coffee and food,
in addition to displays and
information on energy and
healing arts, composting,
natural pharmacy, aura photography, spiritual guidance,
readers and mediums, and
enough other shopping and
educational opportunities to
easily fill the entire day.
Guest speaker Anne
Harrington, PhD, is the
author of "The Cure Within: A history of Mind-Body
Medicine" and will make a
presentation (seats are limited so reserve in advance).
In addition, internationallyrenown spirit messenger
Vicki Monroe (of television
and radio fame) will offer
a special group presentation as well as exclusive one
hour and half-hour readings
at the expo.
Danielle Mackinnon will
offer a unique lecture about
"How Animals Help us be
Better People," and explain
how she uses her intuitive
abilities to "help pets and
their humans reach a deeper understanding of each
other."
Additional lectures will
be made on solar energy,
healthy living, Fen Shui,
HPV Virus, thermography,
Shamanism and more.
Visitors will also get to
see the official launch of the
Nelson Farm Winter Organic
Vegetable Order and Delivery Program. Nelson's Farm
will be one of the outdoor
vendors who will be selling their vegetables, prepared food and hot cider,
and will unveil the upcoming program that will feature
four different drop locations
(Dover, Portsmouth, Durham
and Exeter) where customers
will meet them biweekly to
pick up their food.
There will be three sizes
available — single, family and homesteader. Each
size will feature their fresh,
organic products including
baby and bunching greens,
fresh roots and eggs as well
as products they buy from
other local organic farmers
including winter squash,
potatoes, rutabagas, turnips,
parsnips, beets, cabbage and
more.
Visitors will be able to try
on eco-friendly organic cotton clothing, get a massage,
have a "private seashell
reading" and even test drive
a Toyota Prius courtesy of
Hurlbert Toyota in Epping.
For the children, there
will be plenty of free entertainment courtesy of awardwinning children's music
singer Steve Blunt, and the
ever-popular puppeteer,
singer and entertainer Lesley Smith with her "Sammy
Snail and Friends" performance.
It all happens at the
Frank Jones Center on Saturday, November 15 — a oneday opportunity to help you
learn about living a healthy
holistic lifestyle, exploring
the world around you that
perhaps you never knew
existed, all the while enjoying great food and plenty of
advance holiday shopping.
For a complete list of vendors, speakers, lectures and
all that the first annual Seacoast Better Living Expo has
to offer, visit www.seacoastbetterlivingexpo.com .
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Public invited to SST open house
SPECIAL TO THE ATLANTIC NEWS
EXETER I A special ribbon cutting ceremony and
open house will take place
on Thursday, November
13 as the Seacoast School
of Technology (SST) in
Exeter officially opens its
newly renovated Career &
Technical Education Center.
The open house will
be conducted from 8 to 5
p.m., and parents, employers, former students, and
community members are
cordially invited to tour
the new classrooms and
laboratories.
At 11:30 a.m., SST Principal Margaret E. Callahan will host local and
state dignitaries for the
ribbon cutting ceremony,
celebrating the completion of SST's $8.5 million
renovation project.
Grand opening guests
can tour the new 13-bay
Automotive Technologies
building, as well as learn
about Animal and Plant
Sciences in a new lab
that features a veterinary
clinic simulation, small
animal lab, and aquaculture room. The brand new
Wright Start Pre-School
will be open, as well as
the new project-based labs
for Building Construction
and Welding Technologies.
The Grand Opening
Celebration will provide
an excellent opportunity
to visit the new Health
Sciences and Technologies lab and the newly
renovated classrooms for
Digital Communications,
Computer Programming,
Marketing Education,
and Technology Careers.
Grand opening tours will
show visitors a newly
redesigned Biotechnology
lab and expanded classrooms and lab space for
SST's growing Pre-Engineering program.
Finally, the finishing
touches are being put on
the new Culinary Arts
Dining Room and Kitchen.
This area now features a
140-seat dining room &
conference center, as well
as a fully equipped, stateof-art teaching kitchen.
The majority of the
funding for the Seacoast
School of Technology
Renovation Project was
provided through State
of New Hampshire funds
earmarked for the renovation of career and technical centers. The Seacoast
School of Technology provides career and techni-
cal education programs
to students at Epping,
Exeter, Great Bay eLearning Charter, Newmarket, Raymond, Sanborn
Regional, and Winnacunnet High Schools.
The Seacoast School
of Technology is located
at 40 Linden Street in
Exeter. Guests attending
the grand opening event
are asked to park behind
SST using the former Tuck
High School driveway or
behind the former Exeter
High School Annex using
the Annex driveway on
Linden Street. Handicapped parking is located
in front of the SST Main
Entrance. Light refreshments will be served
throughout the day. For
more information, call SST
at (603) 775-8461 or visit
www.SeacoastTech.com .
SIGN UP FOR COMPUTER COURSE
HAMPTON I Winnacunnet Community Education has
announced that their "Intro to Computers" course is back
by popular demand.
The four-day course will be held on November 10, 12,
17 and 20 from 6-8 p.m. at Winnacunnet High School,
located on Alumni Drive in Hampton.
The cost for the course is $75 per person. To register or
for more information, call (603) 758-9231.
LIONS HOLD FLU CLINIC
SEABROOK The Seabrook Lions Club and the town's
Building and Health Department will host a flu clinic
on Saturday, November 22 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the
Seabrook Community Center. Vaccines will be available
free of charge to Seabrook residents over the age of 18. The
Lions will also conduct screenings for vision, hearing and
blood pressure. No appointment is necessary. For more
information call Minabell Bowden at (603) 474-2930.
WINTER HOURS AT CLOTHES ATTIC
STRATHAM The Clothes Attic has announced that
winter hours, which will start in December, will be
Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 9
a.m. to 12 noon for consignments and shopping. There
will be no evening hours.
The Clothes Attic is located in the rear of the Stratham
Community Church. For additional information, call
(603) 775-0171.
Record-high diesel prices prompt proposed fare
increase for COAST buses
SPECIAL TO nit ATIAPC1C NEWS
SEACOAST In an
effort to partially offset
record-high diesel prices
and other rising operational expenses, a COAST
bus fare increase is being
proposed for implementation on January 2, 2009.
The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation's (COAST's)
base cash fare is proposed
to increase from $1 to
$1.50 on all bus routes
and a $.50 fare is proposed
for implementation on the
Pease-Portsmouth Trolley
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held throughout COAST's
service area to solicit public input on the proposed
fare increase. COAST is
the Seacoast's publicly
financed transit system.
The proposed fare
increase at COAST would
be consistent with similar increases taking place
at public transit systems
across the country in
response to rapidly rising fuel costs. In a recent
report published by the
American Public Transportation Association
(APTA) titled "Rising Fuel
Costs: Impacts on Transit Ridership and Agency
Operations" public transit
systems across the nation
are reporting significant
increases in ridership
while at the same time
struggling with the means
to absorb surging fuel
costs. As a result, more
than half the nation's
transit agencies are raising fares.
"The demand for public transit in the Seacoast
is the highest it's ever
been in our 26 year history. With the financial
support of the Federal
Transit Administration
IFTA1 and local communities we serve, we are looking to continue to expand
and improve services as
COAST has done repeatedly in the last few years,"
said Rad Nichols, COAST
executive director.
This will be the first time
since 1994 that COAST has
proposed a system-wide
fare increase.
"We have focused on
keeping our fares very
affordable to encourage
maximum use," Nichols
said. "We continue to
focus on this goal. However, we must reassess
our fares to determine
whether or not they are
the most equitable to all
parties involved (e.g.,
passengers, federal, state
and local governments),
including the eleven communities that help fund
our services."
COAST last changed its
fare structure in 2004 when
it eliminated its multitier/zone based cash fare
system. The January 2004
change was implemented
in an effort to simplify the
COAST fare structure, ease
the • use of public transportation and ultimately
increase ridership. All of
these objectives were subsequently achieved almost
immediately after the 2004
fare change.
The proposed fare
increase would raise a
one-way cash fare (the
base fare) on COAST
buses to $1.50, a $0.50
increase from the current 51.00. Cash fares for
the elderly and disabled,
set at half the base fare,
would increase to $0.73.
At the same time,
a one-way cash fare on
COAST trolleys serving
the Pease Tradeport and
Portsmouth, currently
free, would be set at $.50.
Cash fares for the elderly
and disabled, set at half
the base fare, would be
$0.25.
The comparable fares
for COAST's complementary ADA paratransit services would range from
$1.00 to $3.00 depending
on route(s) of travel. Currently comparable fares
range from no fare to
$2.00.
Monthly passes, good
on all COAST and Wildcat Transit buses, would
increase from $35 to $52.
The monthly pass program discount rate would
stay the same at 17 percent. This assumes the
user takes 42 trips over
the course of the month,
or two trips a day over
21 days. Given the higher
total cost of a monthly
pass, COAST is also considering implementing a
S20, 15-ride punch pass.
COAST will consider rider
feedback when determining whether to introduce
this new fare medium.
To put the fare change
at COAST in context with
public transit fares in the
rest of the nation, in 2004,
the last year for which a
comprehensive set of data
is available, the average
adult base cash fare in the
U.S. was $1.37.
The proposed fare
increase would help
cover a significant portion of COAST's increased
expenses related to rising
fuel costs. Estimates are
that the additional revenues generated would
equal approximately
$70,000. As a percentage
of the overall operating
budget, fares represent 8
percent of total revenues
at COAST.
COAST p,Luchases
approximately 76,500 gallons of bio-diesel (B10)
annually (There is currently no price differential between bio-diesel
and straight diesel). The
average price paid per
gallon for bio-diesel in
fiscal year (FY) 2007 was
S2.19 (Oct. 2006 through
Sept. 2007).
COAST started FY08
(October 1, 2007) paying
52.75 per gallon for diesel, a 25.3 percent increase
from the FY07 average. As
of luly 2008, COAST was
paying 54.29 per gallon, a
56.3 percent increase from
the start of the fiscal year.
These increases are anticipated to add a total of
$113,000 in fuel costs for
the current fiscal year.
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SEACOAST HOLIDAYS
HOLIDAY NOTES
COMMUNITY DINNER CELEBRATES THANKSGIVING
EXETER I A community Thanksgiving dinner will be held
on Thursday, November 27 at 12 neon in the vestry at First
Baptist Church, located on the corner of Front and Spring
Streets in Exeter The vestry is handicapped-accessible.
All are welcome to attend. There is no fee for this meal, but
a free-will offering will be gratefully accepted. Meals can be
delivered to home addresses upon request.
Volunteers are needed to help with the preparation, serving,
delivering and clean-up. For details, call Sandy at (603) m3098 Monday through Wednesday between 9 a.m. to 12 noon,
or leave a message.
To make dinner reservations, request a meal delivery or to
volunteer, call the number above by Thursday, November 20.
HOLLY DAYS FAIR AT ou■Arvi
HAMPTON I The Catholic Women's Club of Our Lady of
the Miraculous Medal Church on Route 1 in Hampton will
present their annual Holly Day Fair on Saturday, November
22 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The fair, which will be held in the Sacred Heart School
gymnasium, will feature a variety of vendors offering arts and
crafts, homemade foods and baked goods, and the Country
Kitchen, serving breakfast and lunch items including their
renown chowders. The raffle table is the star attraction at the
event, and there are some unusual prizes featured this year.
Following the fair, the Holy Name Society will serve up their
famous spaghetti dinner beginning at 4 p.m. during which
time the names of the raffle winners will be drawn.
Tickets for the dinner are $8 for adults and $3 for children
(little ones eat free). Tickets are available at the door or by
calling Bob Rancourt at (603) 926-07110.
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HOLIDAY SHOPPING AT ST. JOSEPH'S
EPPING I There's plenty for everyone who plans to stop
by the annual Holiday Fair hosted by St. Joseph's Church,
taking place on Saturday, November 15 from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Shoppers visiting the fair will find gifts, ornaments,
knitted items, baked goods, home-canned foods, kids'
activities, a silent auction and various raffles (including one
for a half-cord of wood).
Breakfast and lunch selections as well as tempting fried
dough will be served, and there will be an opportunity to
have photos taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
The fair will be held in the hall at the church, which is
located on Route 27 in Epping. For more information call
(603) 679-8805.sssssss
PROCEEDS FROM YULETIDE FAIR
BENEFIT NH FOOD BANK
STRATHAM I The 31st annual Yuletide Fair, presented by
the Exeter Area General Federation of Women's Clubs, will
be held at the Cooperative Middle School in Statham on
Saturday, November 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Yuletide Fair features the work of more than 100
crafters, along with many handmade crafts, homemade
baked goods and a raffle.
Admission to the fair is free, although a donation the door
will be gratefully accepted. All proceeds raised at this event
will go to the New Hampshire Foodbank. For additional
information about this event, visit www.gf wcrthexeterts.
org/yuletidefair.htm.
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COAT DRIVE BRINGS WINTER WARMTH
HAMPTON I Our Lady's Sodality, an organization
associated with Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal
Church (OLMM) in Hampton, is currently running a
winter coat drive on behalf of the St. Vincent de Paul
Society.
Coats in both adult and children's sizes will be made
available free of charge to those who need them on
Saturday, November 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The coats may be picked up at that time at St. Vincent
de Paul Society, the white building across from the church
rectory.
OLMM is located on Lafayette Road in Hampton. For
more information about the coat drive, call (603) 9266759.
Ring in the holidays at Jingle Bell Fair
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.HAMPTON I Get ready
to ring in the holiday season
when the First Congregational Church of Hampton holds
its annual Jingle Bell Fair on
Satuday, November 15 from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church,
located at 127 Wumacunnet
Road in Hampton.
The Jingle Bell Cafe doors
will open at 8:30 a.m. for coffee and sumptuous breakfast
treats, and there will be a New
England chowder luncheon
starting at 11 a.m., during
which everyone can purchasefresh-made sandwiches and
assorted homemade desserts.
Fair highlights include
a vast array of handmade
and hand-painted crafts and
holiday decorations featuring
fresh greens (the boxwood
trees and kissing balls are
hot sellers) and felted wool
gnomes; American Girl doll
clothing and Webkins accessories; homemade specialty
foods (holiday pies, yeast
breads and more); an expanded Cookie Walk (with a choice
of cookies sold by weight) and
the brand new Candy Shoppe
(look for sweet homemade
confections); Attic Treasures
(featuring lots of pre-loved
Christmas treasures, as well
as antique and costume jewelry); more than 100 unbeliev-
COME TO THE FAIR — Josie is pictured here with just a few of the many great items that will be
found at the annual Jingle Bell Fair, hosted by the First Congregational Church of Hampton and
taking place on Saturday, November 15 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Atlantic News Photo by Liz Premo
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able gift baskets; and a Silent
Auction of truly unique gifts
(bidding ends at 1 p.m.).
Be sure to visit the brand
new Little Elves' Gift Shop
where children will find free
reindeer food and can shop
for gifts for other family
members (parents, siblings
and grandparents). Gifts are
kid-priced for under $5 and
free gift-wrapping is available.
• For the kids there's face
painting and pictures with
Santa Claus, and Bubba the
Clown will be making his
balloon animals for young
and old. There will also be
special coupons for kids'
lunches available when they
have their picture taken with
Santa or visit Bubba.
Two fabulous raffles will
be held: One for a beautiful
6x9 wool rug (donated by
Portrie's Floor Coverings),
and one for a weekend at
a condo in North Conway
(near skiing and shopping).
Live holiday piano music
provided by two of the
church's most musical members.
Plan on stopping by the
Jingle Bell Fair at the First
Congregational Church of
Hampton for plenty of holiday fun and festivities for
all. For more information,
call the church office at (603)
926-2837.
Holiday help earns free chiropractic exam
SPECIAL TO THE ATLANTIC NEWS
STRATHAM I To help
those who may be in dire need
this holiday season, Dr. Ken
George and Dr. Nick Rost are
giving away free introductory
care to any and all who donate
to the Salvation Army.
The idea is simple: 'Help
others and you will help yourself," according to Dr. George.
Non-perishable foods, diapers,
baby foods, and toiletries are
desperately needed, and cash
contributions are welcome.
Participants in this effort
are invited to give whatever
they can and receive an initial
consultation, a complete exam,
and a free first treatment —
free of charge, with no strings
attached.
"From conversations with
both Hampton and Portsmouth authorities, it is clear
that requests for help are up
Crime Stoppers
Help solve crime.
Call 603-431-1199 or 207-439-1199
The York, Maine Police are investigating a burglary that occurred
over the weekend of October 25 at the Cape Neddick Country
Club. York Police are also investigating the theft of historical
books from The Museums of York, The Gaol. The Old Gaol
Museum is property owned by the York Historical Society
Please call Crime Stoppers if you wish to remain anonymous and
have information on =solved crimes or under age alcohol parties. You can also leave an anonymous tip by logging on to www.
seacoastcrimestoppers.org
You could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000 if your
information leads to an arrest and conviction.
Avenue in Statham. Appointments are required, but donations will be accepted Monday
through Friday from 730 a.m.
to 7 p.m.
Discover the wonders of
non-force chiropractic for free,
while helping those in need
throughout the Seacoast community. For more information
or to make an appointment,
call Belinda or Kelly at (603)
772-6400.
nearly 50 percent over where
they were at this time last year,"
declares Dr. George, "yet contributions are down by about a
third. Many elderly and homeless people look to this most
impeccably honest charity to
get them through hard times.
This is the least we can do."
This offer is good from
now until January 1, 2009 at
Dr. Ken George and Associates,
PA, located at 89 Portsmouth
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HOLIDAY NOTES
Dondero Crafts Fair benefits TOKIN cause
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PORTSMOUTH I Dondero Elementary School
will hold its third annual
Crafts Fair on Thursday,
November 20 from 4-6:30
p.m. at the school, located
at 32 Van Buren Avenue in
Portsmouth.
This is the place to go for
holiday shopping. There
will be felted and fabric
bags and purses, watercolors, fleece mittens, hats and
socks, Santas, snowmen,
jewelry, candles, baskets,
cards, wreaths, knitted
sweaters, T-shirts, a makeyour-own-bracelet table,
local-made maple syrup,
homemade goodies and
much more available.
The Crafts Fair is a fund-
to have a summer camp/
raiser for Towards Our Kids
learning experience which
in Need (TOKIN). All the
money from the vendor's
they would not have been
able to have otherwise. Last
fee to participate as well
as raffle tickets sales goes
year, TONKIN was able to
to this cause. The fair will
send 10 children to camp.
The public is invited to
include a raffle of baskets
of terrific items which vencome to the Crafts Fair and
dors have donated. -- -- do some holiday shopping.
Proceeds raised at this
For more information visit
www.cityofportsmouth.
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Exeter artists hold Holiday Art Open House
SPECIAL TO THE AllANI1C NEWS
EXETER I Save the date
for a sparkling holiday event
when Lisa Cochran of Lily
Designs Beading Studio- and
Rose Bryant of Salmon House
Art Studio host their annual
"Two Studios: Six Artists"
Holiday Art Open House.
The public is invited to this
open house, scheduled for Friday, November 21 from 3-8
p.m. and Saturday, November
22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Both studios, located at
the corner of Front and Union
Streets, have for years been
the foundation of an art-
ist enclave in Exeter. Bryant,
known for her soothing bright
colors, exhibits in several area
restaurants; has shown at the
Beacon Hill Art Walk, with the
Newburyport Artist Association and with the Exeter Arts
Committee. She maintains
her studio gallery on Union
Street.
Joining Bryant at the Salmon House are Exeter photographer Deb McLamon (with her
stunning butterfly prints and
natural landscapes) and Lori
Martone of Lori Martone Pottery of Exeter (with an array
of bowl and vase designs in
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EXETER I The second annual Holiday Fine Arts
Fair to benefit the Exeter Center for Creative Arts
(ECCA) will be held on Friday, November 21 from
6-9- p.m. and Saturday November 22 from 9-6 p.m.
at the Exeter Town Gallery, located in the old town
hall. Paintings, ceramics, sculpture, fine jewelry, fiber
arts, and much more will be available, just in time for
holiday shopping. For more information about the fair
call ECCA at (603) 778-8441.
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NEWINGTON I Newington Town Church will hold
their annual holiday fair on Saturday, November 15
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Newington Town Hall, located
at 205 Nimble Hill Road.
A wide variety of items will be offered for sale,
including collectibles, hand-crafted and "white
elephant" items, and live greenery arrangements. There
will also be a quilt raffle and a silent auction featuring
many distinctive baskets filled with food, beverages
and more.
Lunch will be served from 11 a.m. on, and snacks and
beverages may be purchased throughout the day. For
more information about the fair, call the Newington
Town Church at (603) 431-8663.
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beaded jewelry is sold in
nine boutiques and specialty
shops up and down the East
Coast. This holiday season she
continues the fun at her Lily
Designs studio with the addition of Sandy Wood's handpainted wine glasses, and Jaye
Carr's portrait photography.
During the weekend of
the Holiday Art Open House,
visitors can put on their best
face, their child's cutest duds,
or their pooch's snappiest collar and stop in for an on-thespot shot by Can (portraits are
done outdoors, weather permitting, so be sure to button
up.) Cochran is a proud regular supporter of Womenade,
a non-profit organization that
assists women in need, and
again this year a portion of
her proceeds will benefit that
cause.
Join the Exeter artists at the
two studios for their Holiday
Art Open House festivities.
There will be plenty of onstreet parking, color, sparkle
and fun. For more information, call (603) 773-8490; for a
sneak peek of the color visit
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Exeter artists Lori Mart one,
Deb McLarnon, Rose Bryant
and Lisa Cochran (pictured
above) all of Exeter will host the
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There will be a huge variety of items at the fair,
including crafts (sewing, knitting, painting), gifts of
all kinds, jewelry, handmade holiday decorations for
Thanksgiving and Christmas, baked goods (cakes,
cookies, sweet breads), trinkets and treasures, a café
(serving donuts, muffins, sandwiches, chowder,
desserts, and beverages), candy (fudge, chocolates),
preserves and jellies, a silent auction of quality items,
and a children's room where youngsters can purchase
items for their parents, grandparents, siblings and
friends.
In addition, a special visit by Sant Claus will take
place from 9-11:30 a.m. The public is invited to attend
this annual event. For more informatict, call St. Mark's
at (207) 439-9686.
YULE FAIR AT TRINITY UNITED CHURCH
SEABROOK I Trinity United Church will hold their
annual Yule Fair on Saturday, November 8 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the parish house, located at the corner of
Route 1 and Folly Mill Road in Seabrook. The fair will
feature Christmas decorations, crafts and a raffle, as
well as a bake sale with a variety of homemade treats,
including pies and baked beans. A lunch counter will
offer chowder, hot dogs, sandwiches and desserts. For
more information about the fair, call the church at (603)
474-7900.
SANTA, SHOPPING AT HOLIDAY FESTIVAL
LEE I Lee Church Congregational's annual Holiday
Festival will be held on Saturday, November 22 from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the church, located in the center of Lee
on Route 155.
Special this year will be homemade goodies, unique
crafts, handmade stationary and note paper, fresh
holiday floral arrangements, custom wreaths, gifts for
pets, "white elephants" and used books. Hot homemade
donuts will be available, and children can shop in their
own room for their families and friends, at prices they
can afford.
Prior to the fair, the day will begin with a "Breakfast
with Santa" event, taking place from 8-9 a.m. at the
Safety Complex on George Bennett Road in Lee.
For more information about this holiday event, call
Marian at (603) 659-3996; Sally at (603) 659-5857; or
Meda at (603) 659-3951.
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songbird
Gatchell
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performs in concert on the
Leddy Center stage next
weekend, the event will
mark a new beginning for
the enduring performing arts
organization, now entering
its 35th season.
The concert, scheduled
for Saturday, November
15 at 7:30 p.m., is serving as the official kick-off
performance at Leddy's
brand new theatre digs at
the former Green Pastures
Estate at 38 Ladd's Lane in
Epping.
An official ribbon cutting ceremony and grand
premiere reception catered
by Café Nostimo will be
held prior to the concert
beginning at 6 p.m. Tickets
for both events are now on
sale at www.leddycenter.
org.
Situated on more than
90 scenic acres of land just
down the road from Leddy's
Main Street location (where
"Peter Pan" is currently
playing), the new performing arts space is a modern,
state-of-the-art venue that
comfortably seats about 250
patrons.
"It's one of the most
beautiful theatres you have
ever seen — absolutely gorgeous in every way," says
Leddy's Executive Director,
Elaine Gatchell. "It's small
and intimate, which we
love."
It's also a godsenu for
the non-profit arts and education organization, the
future of which was somewhat uncertain earlier this
year when the two Main
Street buildings housing
L,eddy's theatre, offices and
classrooms suddenly went
up for sale.
"We were told on January
21 that the buildings were
going on the market," says
Gatchell. Arrangements
were quickly made to move
all the classroom operations
into the theatre building,
where in true show business tradition, the season's
scheduled performances
went on as planned.
As the search for a new
home began, Gatchell knew
she wanted to keep Leddy
Center rooted as close to
home as possible.
"We didn't want to
leave Epping," she says.
"We've been in existence
for 34 years here," present-
ing along the way countless
productions ranging from
Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, to Broadway musicals, to popular comedies
and touching dramas, to
Leddy's very own musical
revue productions.
The task of finding a
new performing arts venue
as well as much-needed
classroom space for the
busy Leddy Center School
was apparently met in a
relatively surprising and
miraculous sort of way.
"It's unbelievable how
it all came to be. It's really serendipitous, to say
the least," says Gatchell,
explaining how she was
contacted by a real estate
broker who told her that
"someone was going to be
buying the Emissaries of
the Divine Light commune"
on Ladd's Lane. In addition
to expansive, scenic acreage, the property came with
a number of buildings on it,
including the theatre.
According to Gatchell,
new owner Steve Kaneb
has plans to utilize most of
the property as a self-supporting farm and residential facility for people with
autism, similar to the Farmsteads of New England
organization in Hillsboro.
In fact, Gatchell learned
that he drew his vision
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from that of Farmstead's
founder, Deborah DeScenza
Gray, who has performed
in Leddy Center shows in
the past.
Once the all-important
initial connections were
made and plans started to
develop, it appeared that
the new venue would be a
perfect fit for Leddy Center
as well as for the owner,
whose abiding interest "certainly gave us hope all those
months," Gatchell says. "It's
a wonderful thing."
Not only that, but it
sounds like it's for the long
term. "He wants us there forever," says a grateful Gatchell, who "just got the final
OK" within the last month
or SO.
As for the physical transition — which is still somewhat of a work in progress
— "so far it's just gone very
smoothly," reports Gatchell.
"He has planned wonderful
things for that area."
And though the new
theatre is already ADAcompliant, there are plans
to remove a couple of rows
of seats in order to accommodate several wheelchairs.
Naturally, it's a welcome
change in Gatchell's eyes.
"We've gone so long
without having the capability of being fully accessible,"
Gatchell says, referring
to the Main Street venue
which, while a beloved theatie space for many people
on both sides of the stage,
still has a few limitations.
The possibilities and plans
for the new venue have been
generating plenty of excitement for the Leddy Center
family. Patrons who attend
next Saturday's reception and
concert will be able to experience that excitement for themselves, both inside and out.
"It's the most beautiful farm land you ever saw
— it's just breathtaking,"
says Gatchell, observing
that Leddy Center for the
Performing Arts is moving
"from busy, busy Main Street,
which we love, to this beautiful country setting, which we
also love."
Gatchell anticipates that
Leddy Center will officially relocate to those bigger,
greener pastures in March of
next year. In the meantime,
it's lots of jazz, blues, folk
and pop with Mary Gatchell
in concert (along with the
grand opening and reception)
at the Ladd's Lane venue on
November 15, and back to the
Main Street location for "A
Christmas Carol" in December.
For more information
about performances, auditions and the new theatre,
or to reserve tickets for the
reception ($10) and/or the
concert ($41-$16) visit www.
leddycenter.org, OT call (603)
679-2781.
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PORTSMOUTH I The
doors have opened and
bidding has begun for Ballet New England's "Nutcracker" Online Auction. The
public can "virtually attend"
and take part in this annual
fundraising event at www.
balletnewengland.cmarket.com .
Thanks to the generosity of donors (such as Bobbi
Slavin of Timeless Art Portraits), BNE has assembled
an exciting catalog of auction
items to get people bidding.
Items up for bid include: An
autographed baseball from
Boston Red Sox relief pitcher
Manny Delcarmen; a gift certificate for the Maids Home
Services; lift tickets to Shawnee Peak, Ragged Mountain Resort, and Pats Peak;
two tickets to Ballet New
England's "Nutcracker" Tea
Party at the Wentworth by
the Sea; gift certificates to
local restaurants, such as
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phenomenal longest-running
musical revue, "I Love You, You're
Perfect, Now Change," opens at
the Rochester Opera House on
Friday, November 14.
The show, which is a co-production of the Rochester Repertory
Company and Phoenix Productions, will run until November 22.
"Everything you have ever
secretly thought about dating,
romance, marriage, lovers, husbands, wives and in-laws, but
were afraid to admit" is unmasked
in this hit musical comedy written by Joe DiPietro and Jimmy
Roberts.
With musical direction by Kathy
Fink, five actors — Linette Miles,
Robb Ross, Todd Sealy, Christine
Muelhausen and Sasha MoriartyScheiven — play 40 roles in a
series of vignettes connecting the
central theme of love and relationships — and it's hilarious.
Tickets are $16 and may be
purchased by calling (603) 3351992; at the ROH box office inside
City Hall at 31 Wakefield Street;
or online at www.rochesteroperahouse.com .
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HAMPTON I Take a trip with
the Hampton Recreation Department to experience Portland
Symphony's "Magic of Christmas,
Maine's favorite Christmas tradition.
The event features a full orchestra, chorus and guest artists performing in a beautifully-designed
setting. Portland's Merrill Auditorium is transformed into a winter wonderland as the "Magic of
Christmas" gets brighter and better every year.
Open to all, this holiday event
takes place on Saturday, December
13, with a 1:15 p.m. departure from
Hampton for the 3 p.m. show. The
cost is $72 for residents and $77
for non-residents. For more infor
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by local artists. "We are so
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Vita Mechachonis, Terry
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Marsha Zavez, who will be
taking unpainted nutcrackers and making them into
one of a kind treasures," said
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Lemire. These nutcrackers,
along with the artists' bios
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Set in 1964 at a Catholic school,
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An exhibit entitled "Lasting Impressions"
is now open at artstream gallery,
located at 56 North Main Street in
Rochester. The exhibit is a celebration
of Rochester printmakers and features
etchings. monoprints, woodcuts,
and collographs, as well as porcelain
ceramics (pictured) of Kristen Swanson.
The exhibition runs through November
1-30: for more information and gallery
hours call (603)330-0333 or visit www.
artstrearnstudios.corn.
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comedy ”VVelcorne to Four Way: The
To That The Forgot," playing
Friday and Saturday, November 1415 at 7 p.m on the PCA gymnasium
stage.
The small, rural town of Four
Way hasn't changed in more than a
century. Is the town really ready for
"progress" and the changes that are
sure to follow when a new stop sign
is erected? Audiences are invited to
join the quirky residents of Four Way
as they gather on the momentous
occasion of the installation of the new
sign. Meet a shell-shocked Vietnam
Veteran and his caretaker (a former
army nurse), as well as the town
historian and the head of Four Way's
one-man Chamber of Commerce
— both self appointed.
Then there's the Dobbinses, a
grieving, squabbling brother and
sister; and the Sweeneys, an elderly
cov,ple (one who has trouble seeing and one who has trouble hearing). Presiding over these and other
fascinating characters is the town's
courtly, congenial grandfather figure,
Maurice Darcy.
Join the talented high school cat
and crew of "Welcome to Four Way:
The Town That Tune Forgot," and
enjoy the dilemmas of the town and
its characters. This production is best
suited to adults and students grade 6
and up. Admission is $3 for students,
and $7 adults. Portsmouth Christian
Academy is located at 20 Seaborne
Drive in Dover. For more information
about the school or the play, call (603)
742-3617 or visittilwww.pcaschool.
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HAMPTON I The Professional Firefighters of Hampton, Ural 2664 have
announced that the venue has changed
for their 2008 Chili Cook-Off.
Still scheduled for Thursday, November 20 from 5:30-1030 p.m, the event
will now be held at Wally's Pub, located
at 144 Ashworth Avenue at Hampton
Beach.
This is the kick-off fundraising event
for the annual Toy Bank, which members
of Professional Firefighters of Hampton,
Local 2664 have been leading for almost
30 years.
The cook-off entry fee is $5; attendees
will receive a bowl, a spoon and a voting
ballot. In addition to taste-testing and
voting on the chili entries, there will be
a 50/50 raffle as well as chances to win
prizes donated by local businesses.
Anyone interested in entering a chili
for the cook-off is asked to RSVP by
Monday, November 17 by calling the
Hampton Fire Department at (603) 9263316. The top three recipes will win
trophies and garner bragging rights for
2009.
All proceeds raised at this year's Chili
Cook-Off benefit the 2008 Toy Bank,
which was able to bring Christmas to
more than 200 children last year. For
more information, visit www.hamptonfirefighters.org or www.toy-bank.com .
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HEART'S DELIGHT
During the months of November
and December, the Gallery at
the Exeter Public Library will
feature an exhibit of drawings
and watercolors by local artist
Francesca Fay, including a
collection of flowers and nature
subjects (all recurring elements)
inspired by images of the
Seacoast. The exhibit will be
on display in the adult services
section on the first floor, during
regular hours at the library,
located on Chestnut Street in
Exeter. For additional information
call the library at (603) 772-3101.
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Hall recently for folks who had
tickets to see cats.
No, not the Broadway "Cats"
—the Moscow Cats.
The show, which was scheduled for an exclusive November
28 one-night only, twin-performance at the city's historic theater,
has been rescheduled.
The show will instead take
place on Sunday, May 3 2009 at
both 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
All tickets for the original
shows slated for November
28, 2008 will be honored at the
rescheduled date. Those patrons
who are holding tickets for the
• show and would like a refund
may do so in person at the Music
Hall box office by Friday, November 28.
The Moscow Cats Theatre is
billed as featuring, "35 cats, one
(brave) dog, and five clowns performing death-defying balancing
acts; dancing, [and] acrobatics." It
promises non-stop action provided by a group of talented felines
performing original and astounding acrobatic feats, integrated into
a non-verbal, colorful and funfilled family show.
The Moscow Cats prowled into
*eaters in America two years ago,
and the Russian felines and their
- acrobatic human counterparts
have since stirred up quite a roar
in the entertainment community
and have left audiences purring
itor more.
In addition to the live traveling
show, they have made television
appearances on "Good Morning America," "Good Day New
York," "Inside Edition," "Monte!
Williams," and the "Regis and
Kelly Show."
To learn more about the show
which has been rescheduled for
May, to purchase tickets, or to find
out what else is happening at the
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PORTSMOUTH At
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parents often wonder how
to choose gifts, activities,
and play that will be the
most stimulating, fun
and educational for their
child's particular age and
stage.
It is possible to spend a
lot of time researching recommendations, but there's
an easier way — and it's
one that is fun for both
parents and kids.
It's the Ages and Stages
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At the upcoming Ages and Stages
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will demonstrate a different toy every 15 minutes,
with themes such as "How
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table, in the bath and in
the car."
• A chance to win free
passes to fun family activities such as climbing and
toddler gyms, museums,
pottery making, theater
and more.
• Demonstrations of
healthy snacks and red
pes by a nutritionist from
Families First.
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Demonstrations of
toys that can be crafted
from household items.
• Oral health demonstrations by a Families First hygienist, with
healthy and fun stockingstuffer ideas.
• Stimulating gift ideas,
from G. Willikers!, the
Children's Museum, RiverRun Bookstore, Discovery Toys and CATCH.
Fair admission and all
activities are offered free
of charge. For more information, call (603)422-8208,
ext. 2.
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will be held on Tuesday,
November 11 at 9:30 a.m.
in the Fellowship Hall
of the Congregational
Church at Rye Center.
Following refreshments
and the business meeting,
Rebecca Ross of White
Lily Teas will present a
program entitled "Herbs
for Medicine and the Gar-
den." Joan Sweeney will
chair the hostess committee for this meeting.
The Christmas Greens
workshop will be held
on Thursday, December 4
when the group meets to
create decorations to sell at
the Webster at Rye Christmas Fair. Proceeds from
this sale will help fund
the Community Beatification Grant Program, the
annual plantings throughout the town of Rye and
the yearly UNH horticultural student scholarship.
Participants are asked
to bring garden greens,
gloves, clippers and containers they are willing to
contribute.
The club's annual
Christmas luncheon is
scheduled for Tuesday,
December 9 at 11:30 a.m.
at the Wentworth by the
Sea Country Club. Members may sign up for the
greens workshop and the
luncheon at the November
meeting. For more information call Priscilla Jenness at (603) 964-872S.
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"At a legal meeting of
freeholders and inhabitants of the town of Hampton, in the province of
New Hampshire, held at
the town meeting house in
said town on the 7th day
of July 1755.
The town has allowed
that there shall be a gate
set up at the west end of
the 'cassey' (causeway or
now Winnacunnet Road)
or at the most convenient
place, from the 20th of
November to the 20th of
October next ensuing ....
"Capt. Ephr. Marston,
Samuel Palmer, Jeremiah
Moulton, John Lamprey
and Jonathan Marston, be
a committee to take care
of the fence and gates to
preserve the beach ....
"The town has empowered the said committee
for to impound all cattle, and horses and sheep
by said Committee ....
"That if any person or
persons shall presume to
cut or destroy any beach
grass peas on any part of
the Beach between Hampton Rivers mouth and
North Hill line, shall forfeit and pay the sum of 30
shillings to be recovered
by said committee before
any Justice of the Peace.
-- Attest, Samuel Dow,
Town Clerk (Hampton,
New Hampshire)"
When your child's other parent is your ex
something that will end up
hurting the children:
'• Positive conflict resolution is a skill. When you
engage in it, you are giving
their children a great example of how to handle conflict
throughout their own lives.
• If you feel hurt, angry,
and confused about the
break-up, imagine being
hurt, angry and confused
— and five years old. Experiencing the situation from the
child's perspective can give
you back your focus.
• Try to think and speak
of your child's other parent as
a "co-parent," not as an "ex"
or a "former." He or she will
never be an "ex-Mom" or a
"former Dad" to your child.
• Think about the traits
and qualities you once
admired about the co-parent
(and maybe still do) and how
those same traits and qualities will enrich the child's life
BY JOANNA WICKLEIN
PARENT PROGRAM COORDINATOR
FAMILIES FIRST
PORTSMOUTH All parents want to do what's best
for their children, and all
parents fall short at times.
One of the most challenging times to stay on track is
when your parenting partner
is your "ex."
It is a very tall order
for parents to keep "clean"
with their kids amidst the
emotions of a separation
or divorce. The temptation
to trash the other parent in
front of kids or make snide
cracks or innuendoes is just
too great for most people to
combat consistently. Parents
need reminders, strategies
and support to be able to
do keep their kids out of the
middle.
Here are some thoughts
to keep in mind whenever
you feel tempted to say or do
as well.
Because going it alone is
so hard, Families First Health
and Support Center regularly offers "Co-Parenting
After Divorce or Separation,"
taught by an attorney with
14 years' experience in child
advocacy and a licensed
clinical social worker experienced in child therapy. If you
would like to get support for
the hard work of parenting
with your ex, and strategies
for keeping kids out of the
middle, these classes are for
you.
Offered free for participants, "Co-Parenting After
Divorce or Separation"
classes will meet from 6-7:30
p.m. on Wednesdays from
November 12 through
December 10 (with the
exception of November 26)
at the Community Campus
in Portsmouth. Free childcare for ages 12 and under is
available with advance signup. For more information or
to sign up, call Families First
at (603) 422-8208 (option 2) or
visit www.FamiliesFirstSeacoast.org .
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APPLE PIE SALES A SWEET FUNDRAISER
NORTH HAMPTON I Buy a pie or two and enjoy a holiday
treat while supporting an important missions trip to Mexico.
How? By placing an apple pie order with the Senior High Youth
Group Emu' the United Chwth of Christ in North Hampton.
Youth group me: nbers spend a busy weekend prior to
Thanksgiving assembling scores of apple pies, which they make
available to the community The assembled pies are then sold
for $10 each Proceeds brought in through this sweet fundraiser
help with the group's annual mission trip to Mexico, which the
students take in April during their school vacation
These delicious pies can be popped right into the oven, or
frozen for later use. They will be assembled by the youth group
on Saturday, November 22, and will be available for pick up
later that same afternoon, or after church the following day.
Pie orders are currently being accepted; for more information
or to place an order, contact Brenda Tharp at (6(I3) 964-8194 or
[email protected]
DISCOVER 'WHAT'S AT THE TUCK?'
HAMPTON I What's at the Tuck Museum? Lots of great
"stuff," as the public will find out when Bill Keating gives a
presentation on the topic on Sunday, November 9 at 2 p.m.
Keating has been involved with the Tuck Museum's
inventory and is fascinated with the extent of the museum's
holdings, which was founded in 1925.
He will be speaking about not only the "what" but the
"who." Each item he will be highlighting has its own story
that will unfold about its use or the person connected to it.
The community is invited to come and learn about old
things from a new perspective. The Tuck Museum is located
at 40 Park Avenue in Hampton. For more information,
contact Betty Moore at (603) 926-2543.
GREAT TIME FOR ALL
Step through NH Open Doors
SPECIAL TO THE ATLANTIC NEWS
SEACOAST I Open the
door to creativity, adventure, relaxation and taxfree shopping with NH
Open Doors, a Veterans'
Day weekend celebration
of the Granite State's people, products and places.
Participating artisans,
craftsmen and businesses
invite the public to "let
the scenic highways and
country roads of New
Hampshire take you to picturesque towns" in search
of the state's natural beauty, timeless traditions, and
craft heritage during this
first-ever statewide touring and shopping event,
taking place on Saturday
and Sunday, November 89.
Residents and visitors of
all ages are encouraged to
embark upon a self-guided
tour of the working studios
of artists and craftspeople;
distinctive shops and galleries filled with New
Hampshire-made products and artwork; roadside
farmstands; and orchards,
among other attractions.
NH Open Doors is a
great opportunity to start
holiday shopping, sample
local foods and beverages,
and experience the state's
varied cultural attractions.
Participating restaurants,
hotels, inns, and bed-andbreakfast establishments
are offering special dining
and lodging packages for
guests during this weekend.
As of press time, there
were more than 160 participants in NH Open Doors.
In the Seacoast region,
for example, visitors will
find handmade pottery at
Great Bay Pottery in North
Hampton; sculpture at
Herlihedrons in Rye; jewelry and more at Exeter
Fine Crafts; hooded towels and blankets at Kathy's
Huggable in Barrington;
serigraph prints depicting
lively colorful New Hampshire landscapes at William
Mitchell's studio in Dover;
wine and winemaking
demonstrations at Zorvino
Vineyards in Sandown;
and handcrafted jewelry,
beads, findings, kits and
more at La Mia Felicita in
Plaistow.
Printmaking by Matt Brown
Participants are also
sharing their wares and
services in other regions
around the state, including Dartmouth-Sunapee,
Great North Woods, Lakes
Region, Merrimack Valley,
Monadnock, White Mountain.
The event Web site,
www.NHOpenDoors.com ,
features an interactive map
listing these and other
participating craftspeople,
wineries, and retail shops,
as well as restaurants,
lodging establishments,
and other attractions by
region, by category, and by
business name. Each listing has a description of
what each participant will
be offering, and a customdesigned Google map that
will indicate the location
of each participant and
provide detailed driving
directions.
The League of NH Craftsmen and New Hampshire
Made have organized and
are managing this event
with promotional assistance from numerous art,.
craft, and business organizations throughout the
state. Lead sponsors are the
New Hampshire Division
of Travel and Tourism and
Margaritas Mexican restaurants; the media sponsor is
NewHampshire.com .
The League of NH
Craftsmen is a non-profit arts organization that
encourages, nurtures and
promotes the creation, use
and preservation of fine
craft through the inspiration and education of artists
and the broader community. New Hampshire Made
is the official statewide.
marketing organization
that promotes the quality,
variety and availability of
New Hampshire's products
and services statewide.
Post #35 plans Veterans Day events
SPECIAL TO THE ATLANTIC NEWS
Exeter Parks and Recreation had a good turn out of
participanie (some of whom are pictured here) for this
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year's Halloween Costume Contest and Parade. According
to organizers, the weather co-operated and everyone
seemed to have a great time. Appreciation was also
extended to the Exeter Police Department and Exeter
Area High School Band for their assistance in this year's
festivities.
— Atlantic News Courtesy Photos
HAMPTON I Hamptons' American Legion Post
#35 Commander Ralph
Fatello has announced
that Veterans Day observances will be conducted
in Seacoast area towns on
Tuesday, November 11.
The schedule is as
follows: New Hampshire Marine Memorial
on Hampton Beach at 8
a.m.; Weare's Common in
Hampton Falls at 9 a.m.;
North Hampton Public
Library on Atlantic Avenue
at 10 a.m.; and at 11 a.m. in
front of the Global War
on Terror monument on
the grounds of the Legion
Rail, located at 69 High
Street in Hampton.
This year's guest
speaker is Major Michael
Petruzziello (USMC), a
US Marine Corps Veteran
who is the well-known
and respected MCJROTC
instructor at Winnacunnet
High School.
Also taking part in the
Veterans Day observances
will be Legion Post #35
members, the post's rifle
squad and color guard,
bugler Mark Weatherby,
and Elaine Weatherby, who
will perform the National
Anthem at the beach and
later at the 11 a.m. service.
The Seacoast's own WHS
USMC Jr. ROTC Color
Guard will also take part
in these exercises.
The general public is
invited to attend the observances. Refreshments will
be served at the Legion
Hall following the 11 a.m.
final ceremony. For more
information call Legion
Post #35 at (603) 926-4668.
Exeter Fine Cra
Celebrate New Ham, ire's Open Own %eked, November 8th and 9tk
Join us for light refreshments and discormts on selected works from
New Hampthirr's finest craftspeople. Help us support local artists.
61 Water Street, Exeter, NH 03833
Mon-Sat: 10-5:30, Sun: 12-4 www.exeterfinecrafts.com
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LETTERS
COMMITTEE THANKS PUBLIC
FOR MAKING STRIDES
SUPPORT
To the Editor
On behalf of the American
Cancer Society and members
of the steering committee, we
would like to thank the Seacoast
Region of New Hampshire,
Southern Maine and Northern
Massachusetts for its generosity and support of our Making
Strides r Breast Cancer
walk held October 19, 2008 in
Exeter, New Hampshire.
One thousand, fourteen
hundred and fifty-four (1454)
walkers and many volunteers
participated and raised more
than $228,000 to fight breast
cancer and provide hope for
all people facing this terrible
disease.
Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer is a chance to celebrate survivorship. We want
to applaud the many survivors
who led the way. These women
are heroes. They are our mothers, sisters, daughters, wives,
and friends. They are the reason we continue the fight and
they remind us all of a very
important message — there is
HOPE and early detection of
breast cancer does save lives.
A special thanks to all the
volunteers who worked so
hard and tirelessly to make
this event a success. In par, ticular we would like to thank
Mike Mone, our Bag Piper,
Girl Scout Troop #2692, Wmnacunnet 1 ligh School Marine
Corps Junior ROTC, NHAPA
Dancers, Wumaciumet High
School National Honor Society,
Seacoast Rugby Team, Exeter
Hospital Staff and volunteers,
Phillips Exeter Academy, the
Face Painters, Churchill's Flowers, Dot's Flowers and the
many family and friends who
contributed so much to make
this event a successful one. We
could have not done it without
you.
We would also like to thank
the many businesses who gave
so generously to provide the
great raffle prizes and/or contributed logistical support and
entertainment. Thank you Contributors Adam Ezra Group, 0
Water, Phillips Exeter Academy,
McFarland Ford, Sanofi-Aventis Pharmaceuticals, W(RV 925
'The River", NH Academy of
Performing Arts, Citizens Bank,
WERZ, Waldron Engineering
and Construction, Progressive
Gourmet, Churchill's Garden
Center, Exeter Healthcare, NH
Fisher Cats, Irving Oil, GM Pollack and Sons Jewelers, Synergy
Health and Fitness Center, Bare
Laser Hair removal, Abercrombie Seafood Grille, Aesthetica
Spa, American Independence
Museum, Bakers Peel, Billingsgate Deli, Bittersweet Kennel,
CB Sullivan, Inc, C'est Cheese,
the Children's Museum,
the Chocolatier, The Currier
Museum of Art, Dr. Kimberly
Marble, Elements Diet and Fitness Center, 11 Water Street,
Fitness Revolution, Flynn's Car
Wash, Foss Motors, Gary Blake
Motorcars, Giffords Ice Cream,
Golf and Ski, Graham lire and
Auto, Humble Pie, IOKA Entertainment, Karla's Touch Fine
Nail Salon, Karma Threads, Las
Olas Taqueria, Lisa's Natural
Nails, Mainly Gourmet Chocolate, Nature's Outpost, North
Hill Nursery, Ocean Bank, On
the Vine, Optima Day Spa,
Pine Garden, Polly's Flower
Shoppe, Prasada Yoga, Resee
Hair Salon, Rose Eaton, Salon
72, Scammans Home and Garden, Seacoast Florists, Staffing Sense, Strawberry Banke,
Striker Fast Bowling, Szechwan
Taste, the Willow, the Look Interiors, Trina Loudan, Life Coach,
VIP Auto, Water Street Books,
Water Country, Whale's Tale,
Woodes Kennels, Hair Excitement, and Irving Oil.
We would also like to
applaud and salute our top
three teams — Think Pink,
Curves of Hampstead and the
Tavern Nip. A special salute to
our Pace Setters Jody Barrett,
Christine Carberry and Jennifer
L,edaire, who personally raised
more than $2,000 each.
As always we appreciate the
generosity of our flagship sponsor, Exeter Hospital, for the use
of its staff, facilities, logistical
support, and numerous, countless other contribution in this
year's and all previous walks.
Again, thank you Seacoast
LOCAL NOTES
for supporting the American
Cancer Society. As always you
can contact your local American Cancer Society Office for
any cancer related questions
or support resources, anytime,
day or night, at (800) ACS-2345
or visit www.cancer.org. We
hope to see you again next year
October 18, 2009, for Making
Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Fred Muscara
Amanda Shaw
Co-chairs
Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer
Exeter
REP. STILES THANKS VOTERS
To the Editor
I would like to thank the
voters of Hampton for their
overwhelming confidence in
me and allowing me to epresent you once again in the NH
House.
I will continue to work for
what is fair for the people of
NH but most importantly for
what is fair for the people of
Hampton. I will continue to
work in a bi-partisan fashion to
reach these goals.
I hope at the end of the 20092010 session you will again feel
that I have served you well.
Thank you and regards,
Rep. Nancy Stiles
Rockingham 15
Hampton
SEACOAST
VNA FLU CLINIC
NORTH HAMPTON I Seacoast VNA would like to let the
Seacoast community know that there is plenty of flu vaccine
available for those who have not yet had their flu shot.
Seacoast VNA is currently conducting walk-in flu
vaccination clinics Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. at their office, located at 29 Lafayette Road in North
Hampton. Medicare Part B, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and
Medicaid is accepted; otherwise, the cost of the vaccination is
$35. For more information, call Kelly at (603) 926-2066.
LIONS HOLD FLU CLINIC
SEABROOK I The Seabrook Lions Club and the town's
Building and Health Department will host a flu clinic
on Saturday, November 22 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at the
Seabrook Community Center. Vaccines will be available
free of charge to Seabrook residents over the age of 18. The
Lions will also conduct screenings for vision, hearing and
blood pressure. No appointment is necessary. For more
information callMinabell Bowden at (603) 474-2930.
TAKE PART IN SCOUTING FOR FOOD
HAMPTON I Hampton Scouts will take part in their annual
"Good Turn" service project in November called "Scouting
for Food." As a part of that state-wide program, the Scouts
distributed specially marked plastic shopping bags last
weekend, and will be back to collect the bags on Saturday,
November 8. They hope people in the community will be kind
enough to have filled the bags with canned goods and nonperishable items. Following pick-up, Scouts will take the food
to the First Congregational Church where it will be sorted and
distributed to local food pantries and agencies. All the food
collected in Hampton will remain in town for the programs
of local food pantries. Last year the Scouts collected over
8,000 food items and hope to do even better this year. Units
supporting this drive include Brownie Troop 2517, Girls
Scout Troop 738 (Juniors), Cub Scout Packs 176, 177, and
380; Boy Scout Troops 176, 177, and 380; and Venture Crew
176. Residents who do not receive a bag or who will not
be around for pick-up may bring their contributions to the
Hampton Town Clerk's office.
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Families from the Hampton Christian Home School Group recently gathered for their sixth annual Harvest Party, during which
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The day also included fire
extinguisher demos and a
vehicle extrication demo conducted by HFD personnel, a
display of the department's
emergency response vehicles
and other firefighting equipment, a huge inflatable "fire
truck" slide, drawings to win
T-shirts, and refreshments.
This was more than just a
day of fun with families and
firefighters, however. According to Firefighter Jim Squires,
the president of Professional
Firefighters of Hampton,
Local 2664, the open house is
a way for the public to learn
about the different services
the HFD provides to the community.
"We're always thrilled
when those folks- eeme in
and get an overview of what
we offer them," says Squires,
who adds that the interaction
between his fellow professionals and the public "gets them
thinking, 'Do we have a safety
plan? Do we have an escape
route? - for their hcmes.
And because the open
house is the culmination of
October's annual Fire Prevention Month observance,
it gives the Hampton Fire
Department an opportunity to "make a big push to
make sure kids know about
fire safety (and] show how
important fire safety is to the
younger generation."
The "older" generation
also reaped benefits by visiting the open house. 4'
"There seemed to be a lot
more adults this year, which is
great," says Squires. "A lot of
people were coming by with
a lot of great questions. We're
always happy to answer those
questions."
Off-duty Hampton firefighters "were there volunteering their own time fat the
event]," Squires added, and
the Local provided food, popcorn, the giant slide, T-shirts
and hats "at no cost to the taxpayers." Assistance was also
provided by Home Depot
(CO2/smoke detectors, fire
extinguishers), Lowes, and
liannaford.
In addition to public programs like the open house,
Hampton's firefighters
provide a number of other
community services, such as
mailbox numbering at no cost
to residents; giving voters
rides to the polls; child safety
car seat inspections; composing emergency information
cards; and organizing and
calling Senior Bingo. They also
take part in fundraisers for the
Burn Fund, the MDA Boot
Drive and the annual Seacoast
Firefighters Toy Bank.
"We try to get our presence
out there," says Squires.
Those in the community
who would like to learn more
about fire prevention and
safety, as well as the variety of
services provided to the public by Hampton Fire/Rescue,
are encouraged to visit www.
hamptonfirerescue.com .
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BY GARY PATTON
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I have to admit it. At
first, I did feel like a monkey in the zoo. The "viz"
is an integral part of virtually any political campaign. Supporters stand at
a highly visible and welltraveled spot holding signs
in support of their candidate. Passing motorists are
often urged to honk their
horns to show support for
the office seeker. Each honk
produces simian hoots of
delight from the demonstrators.
When I first started participating in visibilities,
I was strongly tempted
to wear sunglasses and a
hooded sweatshirt to hide
my identity, so that friends
and neighbors would not
know that I was participating in such an undignified activity. However,
over time, like the monkeys at the zoo, I grew
accustomed to motorists
gawking at me, so I went
about my business, which
largely consisted of swapping political gossip with
the person holding a sign
standing next to me.
Over the years, I have
become a close observer of
the behavior of both motorists and demonstrators at
visibilities. In the summer,
motorists are largely curious about, but not particularly interested in, people
standing on a corner holding signs. Most do not
follow politics intensely;
do not recognize the can-
didate's name; and have
not, at that point, caught
political fever. They seem
puzzled. What possesses
these people? Honks are
few and far between.
As the- - days grow
shorter and the autumnal temperatures cool, the
political season begins in
earnest. Honks are more
frequent and emphatic.
Understandably motorists
are more subdued in the
morning on their way to
work, and are more exuberant coming home at night.
Young people are more
demonstrative than older
ones, teenagers apparently
are less concerned about
appearing undignified and
enjoy showing off for their
friends.
Also, as the election
grows closer, the political
attacks wear on the nerves
of supporters, and the first
signs of dissent appear at
visibilities. Now, mind you,
despite that, most drivers
remain impassive as they
pass, but an increasing
number react to the demonstrators. Not surprisingly,
most women respond differently than men do. If
they support your candidate, they smile and wave
or lightly toot their horns. If
they don't, they look away,
frown, or genteelly make a
thumbs down sign.
Male dissenters are
entirely different, and a few
deserve to be hotly pursued by attendants from
the local insane asylum
armed with butterfly nets.
Many men simply make
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the hour, doors open, and
full-size, human figures
emerge. Shortly thereafter,
the figures go back behin8
the doors, only to regularly
reappear at later times. This
man is a living version of
the Rathaus glockenspiel.
From time to time, he steps
outside his door; shouts
political insults at us; and
then disappears inside,
only to re-appear later that
and other days, to repeat
his performance.
Many political campaigns end with a concession speech by the loser.
I have come to appreciate
the psychological significance of the concession
speech. In effect, it signals
that political hostilities are
at an end. All that annoyance with friends, relatives, and neighbors who
were on the other side of
the political fence is to
be set aside, and we are
to return to a relatively
peaceful co-existence with
them.
And so we shall, smiling, saying hello, making
polite conversation, and
being good, law-abiding
citizens until the next election when, of course, on
cue, those old grudges will
re-emerge. So, let us enjoy
the relative calm following
this long election season
before all the honking and
shouting starts again.
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a thumbs down sign, but
do it more strong-lir than
a woman would. There's
nothing wrong with that.
I like the candidate; the
driver doesn't, but he indicates his displeasure in a
way that doesn't impair his
driving. Fair enough.
But then, for a few
men, the intensity of dissent is greater. Some are
shouters. They roll down
the car window, and shout
political insults at us. As
the election nears and tempers flare, fine distinctions
among different political
positions are lost. Instead
of just being Democrats,
we have suddenly become
"socialists," or "communists" or "Marxists." We are
urged to go back to Russia.
Some bellow long political
commentaries that become
fainter, less, distinct, and
then incomprehensible as
the driver still shouting
disappears down the road.
For some, just shouting
is not enough (ready yourself for action, insane asylum attendants). These men
roll down the windows,
shout at us, then stick both
arms outside to give us the
ultimate in a thumbs down
gesture, or, even more dramatic, twin "middle finger
salutes." At these times, I
am left to wonder just who
is driving the car?
One of my favorite dissenters is not a motorist.
He apparently occupies
an office that is diagonally across the street from
the spot where we usually
stand. In Munich, there is a
famous clock, the Rathaus
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