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Volume 16 n umber 6 Gorham, Maine march 19, 2010 GORHAM, ME
PERMIT NO. 10
— founded 1736 —
Schools Blaze Destroys Gorham House and Barn
Budget sheri Faber
spectacular, fast-moving fire
destroyed a house and attached
Positions barn in the Little Falls section of
Gorham on Mar. 11. Smoke from the
fire could be seen from miles away,
and the flames were visible from the
The buildings, at 8 Newell St., near
he preliminary 2011 budget for the intersection of routes 237 and 202,
Gorham schools contains several were owned by Ron Meserve, who
job cuts, including teaching posi- lived there with his wife, Darlene. In
tions. addition to the Meserves, there were
The budget has been updated since three other people in the house at
it was first presented by Superintendant the time of the fire, which started at
Ted Sharp in February, and recent around 8 p.m.
changes in revenue have helped reduce The Meserves, tenant Shana Damon,
the number of positions lost. Reductions and two friends who were visiting her,
in force have gone from 22 to 15.6 posi- Edward Warren and Kenneth Corvin, Photo credit Jen Wescott
tions, with one new position added, all escaped without injury, but a dog Flames destroy a house and attached barn in the little Falls section of Gorham on
resulting in a net loss of 14.6 jobs. and several cats did not survive. Four Mar. 11. Roughly 100 firefighters from eight area towns responded to the fire.
Targeted positions include support vehicles also were destroyed in the fire.
staff, seven educational technicians and At the request of firefighters,
5.6 teachers. Some of the jobs are being Central Maine Power “dumped the
eliminated through resignations, retire- grid,” shutting down power to the
ments and approved leaves of absence, house and to approximately 5,000
making the actual number of layoffs 7.6 homes in Gorham, Standish and South
positions. Of that number, 1.6 are teach- Windham for about 40 minutes so that
ers. The staffing cuts are expected to firefighters could safely raise their lad-
save $656,569. ders to the upper stories of the house
Previous budgets have already cut 38 and barn.
jobs from Gorham schools. Given the intensity of the flames, the
The proposed budget of $30.5 mil- blaze’s proximity to a nearby gas station
lion reflects an increase in expenditures was also of concern to the firefighters.
of 3.04% over the previous year. The Gorham’s Deputy Fire Chief
increase includes two interest payments Kenneth Fickett speculated that the
on the bond for the new elementary fire, which started in the barn, burned
school and takes into consideration a so quickly because the building was
$482,426 reduction in state general pur- both old with dry wood and open to
pose aid (GPA). the air, both of which meant that the
This is the first year school districts fire was fully engaged in a very short
in Maine will receive less GPA than the time. Photo credit Martha T. Harris
previous year, Sharp said during a day- Roughly 100 firefighters from The morning after the fire little was left at the site of the house and barn
long budget workshop on Mar. 13. eight area towns responded to the at 8 Newell st., near the intersection of routes 237 and 202.
The proposed budget reduces discre- fire. Firefighters from Windham,
tionary accounts by 10%, resulting in a Westbrook, Buxton, Scarborough,
savings of $319,000. Portland, and South Portland were fighters knocked down the rest of the are trying to contact as many wit-
The district is expecting $738,664 in called in to assist the Gorham Fire house with heavy equipment, as there nesses as possible but the destruction
American Reinvestment and Recovery Department. was nothing left but the shell. is so advanced it may not be possible
Act (ARRA) funds. The library book bud- The area fire hydrants were quickly State Fire Marshal Dan Young Sr. to make a final determination as to
get, a portion of the instructional supply tapped out and tankers had to be described the cause of the fire as the origin of the fire. Witnesses are
budget, and some capital improvements brought in. The barn burned to the “under investigation.” They know asked to contact the Gorham Police
to school buildings were among the ground and at about 1 a.m. the fire- that the fire began in the barn and Department.
Continued on Page 14
“Fame: The Musical” will light up the GHS Stage like a flame
Mar. 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday matinee Mar. 21 at 2 p.m.
15 Classified 8 sports
Special encore perForMance 4 Municipal 5 living
Friday, Mar. 26 at 7:30 p.m.
norway Savings Bank,
proceeds go to
Haiti relief effort.
Photo credit Martha T. Harris www.gorhamtimes.com
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newS FroM auGuSTa
letter From Times
ethanol—a Blessing the editor B
PO Box 401, 77 South Street
Gorham, Maine 04038
Phone and Fax: 839-8390
ince the fall of 2008, ethanol- affinity to water and can reach a point www.gorhamtimes.com
blended gasoline (E-10) is what called phase separation if it absorbs
the majority of Mainers have too much moisture. Phase separa- The Gorham Times is a free volunteer-run
received when gassing up at the tion occurs when the E-10 solution community newspaper distributed every other
pump. The argument over whether separates and the gas floats to the top Friday to more than 100 pick-up sites
it’s a great advancement in the quest while the ethanol and water mix on throughout Gorham.
to reduce our dependency on oil the bottom of the tank. In this situa-
or something that is causing more tion, E-10 may cause the fuel system
how To reach us
trouble than good has been waging to become clogged. If E-10 is going
since the introduction of the product. to go unused for even as little as two Photo credit Andrew J. Sharp
However, many people still don’t fully weeks, it needs to be stabilized with
understand what it is or why we now a non-alcohol based fuel stabilizer. s the new editor of the Gorham Features email@example.com
have E-10. Gorham Town Council member Matt Times, i’d like to take a brief of interest firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethanol is an alcohol-based fuel Robinson cautioned citizens at the moment to introduce myself. i’m calendar item email@example.com
made by fermenting and distilling the Mar. 2 meeting that there are many a journalist and writer by profession, advertising firstname.lastname@example.org
simple sugars found in agricultural stabilizers available with wide variety although in recent years i’ve given up or 839-8390
crops and wood fibers. It is known of effectiveness. the grind of the daily newspaper to start School news email@example.com
as a renewable fuel as it is made from Phase separation creates another a Web engineering firm. i’m a native of
plant materials that are not in finite issue that opponents of E-10 are con- Brooklyn, a Mainer by choice, a husband office hours
supply, like oil. All of the ethanol cerned about and that is proper dis- and a father, and i live in a very old farm- Tuesday 10 -12 or call for an appointment.
currently used in this country as an posal of the separated solution. The house on the north side of Gorham. Please call ahead 839-8390.
additive to gasoline comes from corn. Natural Resources Committee was As editor, my job at the paper is to
In gasoline, ethanol performs as an tasked with a bill this session, L. D. coordinate news coverage, check facts, subscriPTions
octane enhancer. 1760 “Resolve, Concerning the Proper and edit stories. Overall, it’s a pretty $15/year in Gorham
The use of ethanol increased a few Disposal of Motor Fuels Containing sweet gig. $20/year elsewhere $10 College Subscription
years ago when several states, includ- Ethanol,” which intends to require But despite a nifty title, i’m not the
ing Maine, banned the use of Methyl the Department of Environmental important part of the Gorham Times. editor R.F. Sharp
Tertiary Butyl Ether (MtBE) as an addi- Protection to conduct an outreach and That role is held by the volunteers, Business Manager Sandra Wilson
tive in gasoline. Due to the ban on education campaign to provide infor- people who take time out of their busy
Design/production/web Jeannine Owens
MtBE, ethanol began to be blended mation to residents statewide regard- schedules to help bring the people of
police Beat Sheri Faber
with gas in its place. While Maine has ing the handling and disposal of motor Gorham the news of Gorham—news that
Staff writers Bill Ambrose
no requirement to blend gasoline with fuels containing ethanol. There are is often overlooked by larger media out-
ethanol, tax incentives (both state and currently only two facilities equipped lets. since i started at the paper, i have
never failed to be amazed by their enthu- Christine Ludwiczak
federal), federal regulatory require- to handle the disposal of E-10 in Maine
siasm, dedication, and hard work. Bruce Webb
ments and market forces have resulted (in Lewiston and Portland), making it
if you’d like to bring your talents to the Features Chris Crawford
in a larger number of fuel distributors’ difficult to properly discard the solu-
supplying the product. tion should it become separated and Gorham Times, whether you’re a writer, Staff photographers Martha T. Harris
Proponents of E-10 argue that the therefore, no longer good to use. photographer, graphic artist or just Rich Obrey
use of ethanol diminishes the con- The issue for or against ethanol- somebody who wouldn’t mind taking an public Service Jackie Francis
sumption of petroleum fuels and blended gas is one that will most hour or two every other Thursday to help Sports Jeff Pike
reduces air pollution. New research likely not be going away any time us deliver the paper around town, you are School coordinator Leslie Dupuis
into the production of cellulosic etha- soon. With strong feelings on either more than welcome. We can always use Distribution Leslie Dupuis
nol has created the potential for large side of the issue and new technology whatever help you have to offer. assignment coordinators Paul and
scale production of ethanol using ined- emerging everyday, this is sure to be you can call our office at 839-8390 or Barbara Neal
ible cellulosic biomass, such as wood, an evolving subject matter. e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
grass and various waste materials, Some of the information in this We’d love to have you join us. board of direcTors
which is plentiful and is cost competi- article was found at the following: Maynard Charron, President
tive with petroleum. The environmen- www.MaineDEP.com; www.daybreak- Thanks for your time, Susan Bartlett, Edward Feibel, Robert Gould,
tal benefits that are expected from ingfishing.com/ethanol-fuel.html; R.F. sharp Julie Mason, David Willis, Katie O’Brien
the use of cellulosic biomass include a www.maine.gov/dep/air/mobile/ Editor
sustainable carbon cycle with net-zero ethanol.htm; www.sciencedaily.com ——
greenhouse gas emissions. (2009) office Staff Barbara Neal, Paul Neal
Opponents of the use of E-10 point Sales Staff Sandra Wilson
to questions about the product’s per- rep. Jane Knapp leGal noTice Distribution Jason Beever, Jim and Janice
formance (3% loss of fuel economy) (207) 839-3880, 1-800-423-2900 Boyko, Julie Burnheimer, Raina Lee Cooper,
and its effect on the integrity of RepJane.email@example.com Sale oF TaX Molly Lortie, Ginny Micucci, Bob Mulkern,
vehicles that use it. Ethanol has an
Russ Frank, Jeff Pike, John Richard,
The Town of Gorham is accepting bids
advertising and copy Deadlines
Village Hearing Care
for the purchase of the municipality’s Ad deadline is the Wednesday of the week prior
interest in certain tax-acquired prop- to issue date. Go to www.gorhamtimes.com
and click on the advertising link for schedule.
erty on Monday, April 26, 2010.
property #1 consists of 10.24 acres
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any such errors, omissions, or typographical errors.
Fort Hill Road, Gorham, ME 04038
Hearing Aid Services (Gorham Tax Map 84, lot 7).
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Tax sale, please contact the Gorham als. All submissions are subject to editing. Opinions
Shannon Phinney Dowdle, Audiologist expressed in the Gorham Times do not necessarily
Finance Office at 222-1611, visit the
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Town’s Web site at www.gorham-me.
381 Main Street, Suite 4 org, or email the Finance Department printing services by Journal Tribune, Biddeford, ME
Gorham, Maine 04038
839-8400 • www.villagehearing.com
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2010 to Showcase the Weddings
Best of Gorham Dede perkins Scheduling now!
Limited sessions available.
he Gorham Business & Civic For color samples
Exchange’s 13th Annual iris recognition Scans and pricing,
Marketplace will be held on offered at the Gorham e-mail
Saturday, Mar. 27 in USM’s Costello
Field House. Marketplace firstname.lastname@example.org
“We have over 90 vendors so far,”
said Rob Lavoie, Marketplace 2010
Committee Co-Chairperson. “We’re
looking forward to another great day.”
Marketplace 2010 will showcase
iris recognition positively deter-
quality products and services avail-
mines the identity of an individual by
able in the Gorham area. Every year,
capturing a high-resolution digital
thousands of “shoppers” visit USM’s
photograph of the individual’s iris.
Costello Field House to sample food,
enjoy local talent, sign up for vendors’ The unique features contained in the
prizes, receive cost savings on show iris are compared against a database
specials, and have a chance to win and the identity of the individual is
lots of money. determined. Many organizations use
iris recognition biometric technology
Willow Tree Angels
Gorham Marketplace 2010 will offer
an expanded Food Court that includes to quickly and positively identify
specialties from Amato’s, Gorham missing children and seniors.
Grind, Gorham House of Pizza, Mister The Volunteers in police service
Bagel and Thatcher’s Sports Pub. (Vips), in conjunction with the Through March 31
New to this year’s Food Court will Cumberland County sheriff’s Office
be Sebago Brewing’s Beer Garden. As and the Gorham police Department,
always, regularly scheduled presen- are offering iris recognition scans at
tations and entertainment will take the Gorham Marketplace at the UsM
place throughout the day. Costello sports Center on Mar. 27.
There will be two stages at Gorham This is a free service and will be avail- Mon.–Sat 10–5 42 Main Street, Gorham
Marketplace 2010. The performing art- able at the Gorham police Department
ist stage will be set up near the Food
booth. if you cannot make it on Mar.
Court so people can sit and watch
a show while they eat. The second
27 and would like more information 13TH ANNUAL GORHAM MARKETPLACE
or to schedule an iris recognition
stage, near the Grand Prize Giveaway
area, features vendors who wish to
scan for your school, nursing home,
church, club or organization please
THINGS TO DO
AT G O R H A M
Saturday, March 27, 2010
demonstrate products or services.
Scheduled highlights include: Gorham
contact: Janet Biczak, Vips Volunteer
MARKETPLACE 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Coordinator at 207-239-9755 or email
Educational Foundation’s Spelling
Bee, Moody’s Collision Center’s air
Biczak@cumberlandcounty.org. 2010! USM Costello Field House
Admission - $2 Adults - Children and Students are FREE
bag deployment, Gorham High School Watch Moody's
Robotics Team’s latest creation, as deploy an airbag O p e n i n g Ce rem
o ny - B oy S co u t
well as performances by the Music s / G i r l S co u t s
Eat! Eat! Eat! 10:15 AM
School of Maine, Dance Studio of Music Studio of
Maine, and Greater Portland School of Win money!
Moody's Air Bag
Jukado. Get a massage! D e p l oy m e n t
S 10:40 AM
Once again, the popular “Price is
Pet a dog C Music Studio of
Right” game with contestants “coming
Open a bank account
H Gorham Educat
on down” to play and win prizes from i o n a l Fo u n d a t i o
E n - Spelling Bee
featured businesses will take place Watch local dancers D 11:30 AM
Ca s h Pr i ze D r aw
near the Grand Prize Giveaway area. perform ing
U 11:45 AM
The Kids’ Area will be set up near the Get tness advice L G o r h a m Fi t n e s s
Food Court, and will be filled with all E 12:00 NOON
Collect freebies D a n ce S t u d i o o
kinds of fun activities for children. f Maine
Win vendor prizes
O 1 2 : 3 0 PM
These activities, along with the
F Music Studio of
“big money” prizes encourage people Play The Price is Right! 1 : 0 0 PM
to stay all day. There will be two cash E G re a te r Po r t l a n
VIS d School of Juk
drawings, and you must be present IT U ListenR acoustic
E to V ado
AIN E .EDU/ SUMM
guitar E USM Summer courses 1 : 3 0 PM
G H S R o b o t i c s Te
N USM Summer courses
The event starts at 10 a.m. and con- Learn about computers for your college student. 1 : 4 5 PM
tinues until 3 p.m. Admission is $2 per T for your college student.
Pr i ce i s R i g h t
Catch up with friends! 2 : 1 5 PM
adult; children and students are free.
S Moody's Air Bag
D e p l oy m e n
This summer your child can tearn up
New this year: 2 : 3 0 PM
Beer Garden Ca s h while aw
to 18 credits Pr i ze D rhome! With our ing
flexible schedule,PM 2 : 5 5 nearby campuses,
C l o s i n g Ce re m o
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JOIN US FOR and online courses,Rtakingasummer
A DAY O F F U N ! classes is convenient and a great way
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The Friends of the Baxter library donated
the new letters that adorn the main
entryway of the library.
municipal T o w n c o u n c i l r e p o r T
Moratorium on Medical
Marijuana Dispensaries in
a T Y o u r l i B r a r Y
Gorham Considered sarah Gavett-Nielsen
he Gorham Town Council dis- Matthew Robinson expressed concern
March Merriment cussed a moratorium on medical
marijuana dispensaries in Gorham
at its March meeting. A moratorium
that he does not yet have enough
information regarding marijuana dis-
would protect Gorham’s rights to An amendment was made to move
Mary Collins enact local regulations regarding mar- the effective date of this ordinance to
storyteller and author John McDonald.
ijuana dispensaries since the State’s March 2, 2010. The Council decided
Department of Health and Human unanimously to postpone action on
ach year in March, the Friends of Services has not yet formulated the this item to the April Town Council
Baxter Memorial Library celebrate rules and regulations relating to the Meeting.
the coming of spring by inviting licensing of medical marijuana dis- Fire Chief Robert Lefebvre made a
Maine authors to speak at the library. pensaries. presentation on the condition of heavy
On Thursday, Mar. 25 at 6:30 p.m., “There are a number of communi- rescue vehicle Squad One, which is
author Sarah Thomson will talk about ties, I think four or five, around the used to carry specialized rescue equip-
her young reader’s version of the state who have adopted moratoriums ment. Chief Lefebvre is requesting
bestselling book “Three Cups of Tea” primarily to preserve their option of town funds to replace the vehicle,
by Greg Mortenson and David Relin. enacting local regulations when and if which has reached the end of its
This event will be enjoyed by whole those rules or regulations are set forth,” expected life span and is in need of
families, but is particularly appropri- said Town Manager David Cole. extensive repair. A new heavy rescue
ate for elementary-school-aged chil- In a discussion of creating town reg- vehicle would cost $450,000. The
Photo credit Martha T. Harris
dren. Sarah Thompson has published ulations for the location of marijuana vehicle could be purchased outright
more than 25 books for young read- food or water, he found his way to dispensaries in the future, Councilor with town funds, through lease,
ers. Her most recent fantasy novel, a village where he was cared for
“Dragon’s Egg,” was the winner of until he was able to continue. While Continued on Page 10
the Maine Lupine Award. there, he noticed the children writing
The original book is about with sticks in the dirt—there was no
Mortenson’s 1993 failed attempt to
climb Pakistan’s K2, the world’s sec-
school, paper or writing materials. He
promised to return to build a school, Gorham East-West
ond highest mountain. This failure
resulted in a mission he believed to
a promise he kept through his per-
sonal fundraising efforts in the United Corridor Study
be far more important: The establish- States. Eventually, he succeeded in
ment of schools in remote areas of establishing 78 schools. This is both Public Meeting
Afghanistan and Pakistan. an adventure story and a profoundly
Having to turn back before reach- important lesson about how one per- The Gorham East-West Corridor Feasibility Study is a major transportation and
ing the summit, Mortenson wandered son can make a difference. land use study of the Gorham, Westbrook, Scarborough and South Portland
away from his group. Alone, without area. This area has historically been the fastest-growing residential region
Continued on Page 10
in Maine and as such, is subject to increasing trafﬁc congestion, decreasing
trafﬁc safety and concerns of the potential loss of its treasured rural character.
Projections show 70% of the new homes and jobs in Maine over the next
25 years will locate in this part of Cumberland and York County —that’s
approximately 35,000 new homes and 25,000 new jobs.
Area residents and business owners are encouraged to attend this meeting to
help determine the best way to manage this projected growth and to provide
input on potential transportation and land use solutions.
Thursday, March 25, 6-8 pm
Maine Turnpike Authority
(Adjacent to Maine Turnpike Exit 46 southbound toll plaza)
What are our choices?
The public is encouraged to ask questions and make
comments during this meeting.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities. Auxiliary
aids will be provided upon advance request. TDD Telephone 888-516-9364
For more information on the study or questions about the meeting,
go to www. gorhamcorridor.org or call Carol Morris at 207-329-6502
March 19, 2010 | Gorham Times | 5
living F i n a n c i a l F o c u S
Put Your Tax
Refund to Work
t’s tax refund season again. This $2,700 would make much of a differ-
year, if you’re going to get a check ence in the long run. But by invest-
from Uncle Sam, why not put ing your refund and giving it many
it to work to help you meet your years of growth potential, it could
financial goals? According to the grow into a sizable amount. You
Internal Revenue Service, the aver- will eventually owe taxes on your
age tax refund last year was more earnings, typically when you make
than $2,700. The size of your refund, withdrawals at retirement. If you
or whether you will get one at all, qualified for a Roth IRA, you’ll never
depends on your individual have to pay taxes on your earnings
circumstances. as long as you meet certain
But if you do get a refund, here are • contribute to a Section 529 plan. If
a few ways to plan ahead for what you have children or grandchildren,
you’ll do with it: you may want to establish Section
• pay down some debts. In these dif- 529 plans to help them pay for col-
ficult economic times, you may be lege. You can contribute virtually
carrying a higher debt load than any amount, and the earnings grow
usual. By lowering your debt pay- tax-free, provided the money is
ments, your cash flow will improve used for higher education expenses.
and you’ll have more money to Withdrawals used for expenses other
invest for the future. than qualified education expenses
• Build an emergency fund, if you don’t may be subject to federal, state and
already have one, containing six to penalty taxes.
12 months’ worth of living expens-
es. Without such a fund, you might Contributions are tax-deductible
have to dip into your long-term
investments or rack up expensive
in certain states for residents who
participate in their own state’s plan.
“This stunning play still has power to astonish.”
credit card debt to pay for unex- Please note that a 529 college savings –New York Times
pected costs. Keep your emergency plan could affect a beneficiary’s ability
fund in a liquid account—one that to qualify for financial aid.
you don’t draw on for day-to-day It’s tempting to spend your income
expenses. tax refund on things you want today,
• Help fund your ira. In 2010, you but with a little planning, you can use
can put up to $5,000 into your IRA. it for things you’ll need tomorrow.
If you received a $2,700 refund,
you’d have more than half of what Ed Doyle operates the Gorham branch office of
you need to fully fund your IRA for
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the year. If you’re 50 or older, you of financial planning, retirement income plan-
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Hey Football Fans,
has DIRECT TV.
waTCH THE gamE! Key Club Donation to
29 School St. • Gorham, Maine • 222-2479
(parking availabe behind building) Operation Tribute Chris Crawford
Photo credit Martha T. Harris
Gorham High School Key Club President Jason Badeau (right) presented a check of
$16,500 to his father, Marc Badeau, Chairman of Operation Tribute. Operation Tribute is
a New-England-wide program honoring the sacrifice of children of military families.
he Gorham High School Key involvement with Key Club that “kids
Club, a student-led service orga- have the power to make a difference in
nization affiliated with Kiwanis other kids’ lives. Raising money for chil-
International, presented a check for dren who are experiencing challenges
$16,500 to Operation Tribute, a New- has been very rewarding.”
England-wide program honoring the During the 2009 holiday season,
sacrifice of children of military families. Operation Tribute distributed more
Last year, the group raised $10,000. This than 25,000 gifts to children of military
year, they nearly reached their ambi- families throughout New England, New
tious goal of $17,500. York and New Jersey, including more
These hard working, community- than 8,000 in Maine alone. The program
minded students raised funds in a num- is an appreciation-based program and
ber of ways. They held a Santa Breakfast not a needs-based program. Operation
and Silent Auction, a Bake Sale, and Tribute believes, as does the GHS
ran a hot dog cart which raised more Key Club, that the children of military
than $1,100. They contacted Key Clubs families sacrifice on a daily basis for our
throughout New England and New country and should be recognized for
York to ask for their help. Any funds their courage and bravery.
raised in other states were used to pro- Operation Tribute was recognized
vide holiday gifts for the children of by Governor Baldacci when the state
military families living in those states. declared December Operation Tribute
Local businesses were also contacted month. The officers of the GHS Key
and asked to support the effort. Club were invited to attend the signing
Jason Badeau, GHS senior and ceremony, and Jason Badeau was inter-
President of Key Club, chaired the fund- viewed on Channel 13 and 8 news.
raising effort and realized through his
Getting ready for Kindergarten
narraGanSeTT ScHool screening Dates are Apr. 28, 29
and 30. you will need to schedule a
Parent Information Meeting
screening appointment for your child
Kindergarten Registration and
on one of these days during school
hours. immunization records and origi-
Thursday, April 1
nal birth certificates are requested at
(Storm date Friday, April 2)
6 to 7:30 p.m.
parents of children who will be five wHiTe rocK ScHool
years old on or before Oct. 15 should
Incoming Parent Information Night
plan to attend. you will receive a reg-
Tuesday March 30 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
istration packet, schedule a screen-
ing appointment, learn about busing, Kindergarten Registration and
immunization requirements, parent Screening
involvement, a typical kindergarten Wednesday, May 5 and Thursday,
day, literacy and math programs, May 6
and what to expect as a Narragansett Call school at 222-1050 to make an
school parent. appointment.
Gorham Middle School second Quarter Honor Roll March 19, 2010 | Gorham Times | 7
Gorham High School second Quarter Honor Roll
Diana Albanese Matthew Rex Austin Hicks laura Turner Grade 9 Allyson Redhunt kiersten Turner Abbie Adkison
Matthew Beahm Nathaniel Rines Benjamin Hincher Melissa Walls High Honors Brian Rex Dylan Whitaker Amanda Arnold
Thomas Bernier William Ruby Matthew Hooker lucia Alexandrin Marissa Roberts larissa Worster Jason Badeau
Tyler Bernier William selens katherine Hopkins 8th Grade Collin Bowie Nathan Roop Hallie Balcomb
Benjamin Bradshaw Allison sinnett Andrew Johnson Honors: Morgan Briggs Marissa Rush Grade 11 Aaron Bartlett
Tristan Brunet Cameron smith Evan Johnson Christian Auspland Adam Bucknell Andrew scontras High Honors: kristianna Brown
Hailey Bryant Malcolm smith Maxwell Johnson Austin Bell Deborah Burgess Caitlin shaw sydney Butler solange Carpenter
Robert Campbell Jesse southard Brendan kelly Carly Bell Celeste Carpenter Quincy shaw Megan Creeden Casey Galipeau
Alexander Candelmo kayla st. Amand Jessica labrecque James Biegel samantha Cupps Elliott speirs kelly Devoe Melanie Hebert
Taylor Day Rachael stewart Jamison lane Melissa Blake kyle Curley kara stahl Jessie Dye Mateo Hernandez
Emily Duff Ciara stillson Thomas lawson Rachel Blattstein Johna Doyle Nicola stepnick Hanna Hamblen Chelsea Huskins
Emerson Fox Haley Tetreault-kellett kayli-susan leavitt Justin Broy stefanie Farrington Emily stickney kelsie kerwin Elizabeth laMontagne
Colin Gotschlich Emilia Viernes logan letourneau Tucker Buteau Elizabeth landry Michaela stresser Conor kirby Nathaniel Marcet
Maeghan Higgins Michael Walls luther liang kyley Butler Arthur Jebediah Milan Vidovic Allison Matthews sara Martin
Mia kaufman Nicole Walls sarah logan lauren Carter lockman Evelyn Viernes Thomas Moutinho stephanie Morin
Ryan kenaley Connor White Jennifer loubier Ashley Clark Michael lubelczyk Damon Wallace Grace sunnell Bailey O’Brien
samuel kilborn lindsey Wilcox Jeffrey McNally Jessica Coffin Cassaundra Martel Cameron Willette Emily southard
Aisling kirby Nicholas Wilson Brendan Mercier Ryan Cota Nicholas Matthews Alex yankowsky Grade 11 luke Tanguay
Branden kuusela Meghan yaskula Alexis Miller April Cummings Riley shane perkins Honors: Casey Weed
Jordanne Mercier Alex young Zachary Mills Olivia Curtis Michelle pham Grade 10 Emma Alden Rachel Wilkinson
Joseph Moutinho Blanca Monsen Morgan Cushing kristin Ross High Honors: Michael Arsenault kristina Zarrilli
Emma Niles 7th Grade sarah Norton Thomas Dahlborg katiana selens Jameson Crawford Thomas Bahun
Taylor perkins High Honors Olivia Owens Jessica Day patricia smith kevin lubelczyk Benjamin Baines Grade 12
Madison poulin Douglas Beahm Thomas pequinot ian Devine Bridget stillson Nathan Moody Connor Bell Honors:
Calvin Riiska kristin Benson Abigail perkins sophia Dobben Michael sullivan Clara stickney Foster Blake Morgan Alfiero
Dylan Rogers Ryan Bertin sophie perkins Julia Donley Alexander swiatek lia Van de krol steven Broy Justin Bahr
Dayna shaw Darcie Brown sarah plourde Cole Doughty Tyler Verrill lauren Caldwell kayleigh Ballantyne
sydney stultz John Ennis Jenell porter Molly Dufour Grade 10 Ember Chase Terri Bastarache
Colby sturgis Matthew Esposito Chandler Reagan Megan Dunlap Grade 9 Honors: sullivan Conley Thomas Bennett
Cameron Tracy Gregory Farrington F Harrison Reeder Tyler Eldridge Honors: Audrey Adkison Andrew Ernest Nicholas Berry
Molly vanluling Griffin Germond Cody Rioux Aaron Erickson libby Andreasen steven Albanese Victoria Geffers kristan Bowie
Austin Violette Abigail Hamilton Elizabeth Rioux Briana Fallon Ashley Aube Mackenzie Allen Ashley Grover Madelyn Brackett
Cole Houghton Nathan Roberts Charlotte Feinberg Daniel Bahun Reeve Anderson Alexis Hamlin Taylor Buotte
6th Grade Elizabeth kane Alicia Robinson Heather Fields Joseph Bennett Ryan Baillargeon sara Harvey Melissa Deering
Honors: Emily lewis Mitchell Rossignol Marissa Gallant kayla Billings Carter Bowers ian Hawkes shanti Flagg
kaylin Apt Emily peterson spencer Ruda Travis Golder Grace Bourgault Daniel Bracy sarah Henderson Jonathan Foster
Trenton Julie pike Madeleine scholz- Madeleine Gotschlich kristen Braley Alyssa Cormack peter Jensen Thomas Grant
Bassingthwaite kiana plumer lague Nicholas Greatorex Travis Bucknell Mason Crocker Brendon Joyce Adam Hawkes
Carl Bear Mikayla Richman Jaymie seneca sadie Marie Guimond Matthew Buotte Brandon Cushman Moira keahon Abraham kilborn
Olivia Bell Margaret shields Delaney shiers Johnathan Hamlin lindsay Chapman Briaana Custeau leaha keene Carolyn lambert
Ross Bellino Abigail sladen Charlotte smith samuel Johnson Mackenzie Coburn leanna Dalfonso sarah kennedy sara lolley
kayleigh Bettencourt Julia smith kayleigh smith Benjamin keene parker Cowand Joseph DeRoy Alena kiel Benjamin lord
kailyn Bowie Timothy sposato katherine stoddard Benjamin king Connor Dunn Eliot Gagne Erika kutchmarick Molly lortie
Emily Bragg Andrea stemm Jordann Thomas karen knight Jeremy Foster Ashley Gaudette Nathan lemieux Colin lubelczyk
Thomas Brent katherine stickney Benjamin Thompson Joseph lambert Francesca Gallant Michael Giasson James lewis Benito M Murray
kevin Brewer Jacob sturgis kenneth Tuttle Charlene landry Meaghan Gilbert Nathan Goodrich Amy linscott Christopher Nystrom
kyle Briggs Michael susi Michaela Williams paige lara Ryan Gilbert Taylor Hansen Raisa luck Nicholas Owens
Gerek Brown Thomas susi Jesse leavitt Christopher Hardy Colin Mader logan Marshall Gabrielle parsons
stanislav Butenko Zoe swift 8th Grade Hannah leclair Elizabeth Henderson stefani Magee Megan Mitchell Marissa patten-Harris
Amber Cavarretta Madison Tippetts High Honors: Matthew leclair Abigail Hodgkins Olivia Marshburn- sarah Moir Eric plourde
Michael Corkum Jordan Ward Carly Barber paige lemieux Daniel Holmes Ersek samantha peters Corey poitras
Rebecca Cupps Ashley Woodbury Emily Berrill Gabrielle libby Alex Johnson Aryn Martin Mia Rapolla Daisy portlock
Jennifer Darasz Andrew york Thomas Bradshaw sarah Macleod Chloe Johnson Michelina spenc Caite Robinson Hannah prince
sara Darling Nicole Brunet Abby Mattingly Mckenzie Johnson Murray Elizabeth Rockett kelsey Rex
Renee Deering 7th Grade Michael Chin Matthew Melton spencer lapierre Jesse Orach William Ross sarah Robinson
Jennifer Devine Honors: Jeremy Collett Jenessa Meserve Elizabeth lavoie Quincy Owens Michael seeHusen Mason Roy
Madeleine DeWitt Ashley Aceto Griffin Courtney Jason Meuse Darrian lewry sara potts Zachary speirs Eric J. sawyer
Coleman Dowdle Riley Allen patrick Crocker shannon Nee Jackson Marshall sabrina Rowell Morgan stickney Hannah shorty
Caitlyn Duffy Anna Barr Meghan Cushing Francesco pappalardo Bethany Marshburn- Margaret Roy Megan story Elizabeth R. smith
sierra Eichner Catherine Becker kiara Day shanya pottle Ersek yelizaveta salenko Alexandra Tracy Thomas stirling
Cody Elliott Matthew Bennett Emily Deluca Gage pratt Amy McCarty Felisha saunders sarah Vail Cody stover
Eleanor Feinberg William Bessette ii Eric Deluca Jeremy Reynolds Maxwell McNally Osna sayed Colleen Ward Ryan Tardiff
sarah Flanders Abigail Biegel Chloe Gray Courtney Roberts Mckenzie Meserve lindsey smith Julia Waters Deanna Taylor
Jacob Foss Matthew Billings Madeleine Hamblen Dylan Roberts Alexander Owens Martin soper Ryan Weed William Tebbetts
Morgan Freeman Mackenzie Bowers Corbin kenaley samantha Robinson Nicholas parlin Matthew southard kenneth Whipple John Tordoff
Joseph Gallant GraceAnn Burns Eric komulainen Matthew Roy Evan peoples Alexandra sturgis shannon Wilcox Jenifer VanGilder
Christopher Hannon Brooke Caron Narissa kourinos Claire sirois sydney perkins Renee Tardiff seth Wing Michael Walsh
Dane Heckathorn Michael Chapin Abigail laporte Victoria small Taylor plasz Colby Taylor Matthew Zagorianakos kathryn Whitehead
Alexander Hotham Emma Christakis Ryan latronico Colby smith Darice plumer Mariah Taylor lindsay Wilson
Cady Houghton Mackenzie Collins Hannah linscott Damian smith Dominic pompeo Ellyn Touchette Grade 12
Alexandra Johnson kaitlyn Curley kevin lombard Joseph smith Hannah pratt Bradley Turnbaugh High Honors:
Collin Jones Christian Daigle Rebecca lord Rozada spiers
Allison keeffe Margaret Donohue Joseph Martin lauren stiles
kyle latronico River Dunn kelsey Mitchell Morghan sweatt Mcauley High School second Quarter Honor Roll
Nikolas lieberum Reagan Emerson Haley perkins Dylan Truong
spencer linscott kevin Frazier Ross pratt katie Tucker Grade 9 Danielle street
Videlia Marandola Benjamin Garson sydney prindle Matthew Vail Honors: Grade 11
Matthew McCarty Tucker Gasowski Jessica Rexrode logan Weaver lindsey Chadburn Honors:
Hannah Meserve Julia Gaudette Rona sayed lukas Willoughby Anna Richard Caroline Fogarty
Gordon Murray Hannah Goriss Joshua slater Owen Wright sophia lawton
Jason Nagy leah Grams Hannah southard
Marlo pappalardo isabelle Grant shelby stack
Robert pellerin Morgan Hager-perry lydia story
Village School explores
the world of work
cheverus High School First semester Honor Roll The Village school Career Fair was held on
Feb. 25. The purpose of the fair is to educate
Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 12
High Honors: Honors: High Honors: students about possible careers and the
ian lawson Christa para Meegan Daigler life-long usefulness of reading and math
Mina para Alissandra saxton Honors: skills in the world of work. Nineteen parents
Honors: Brianna Amato
Trebor lawton Grade 11 Regina Arey brought artifacts, tools and information about
Hayley Morin High Honors: Treasa Arey their own careers to share with the more
Warren Murray Jin-Hwan Jang lauren peter than 80 students who attended. Courtney
iain Whitis Honors: Julie smith
Joseph Dellasala sara steinmetz
Brent, Avery Germond and Grace Terry
Austin Hayes explored the lobster exhibition brought by
Joseph lastoria parnell Terry, a school department mainte-
Colin Walker nance worker and part-time lobsterman. Photo credit Michael Lortie
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laurels for the GHS Girls’ Basketball program
GHS winter Sports wrap-up
part ii Jeff pike
n the previous issue of the Gorham Eagle and scarborough, which all had 50
Times, we presented wrap-ups on the or more girls on their squads. looking to
boys’ basketball team as well as the next year, we graduate a very talented group
boys’ and girls’ hockey teams. In this of seniors, but this year’s group of juniors,
issue, we take a look at the boys’ and sophomores and freshman has a lot of tal-
girl’s indoor track teams. Look for cov- ent as well.”
erage of the girls’ basketball team, the
cheering team, as well as the boys’ and BoyS’ INdooR TRACK ANd FIeld
girls’ ski team in the upcoming issues of Graduating Seniors: Jake Willis, Cam
the Gorham Times. stevens, Mark Walrath, Adam Hawkes,
John phinney, Jon Foster, Abe kilborn, Eric
GIRlS’ INdooR TRACK ANd FIeld porter, Eric sawyer, Ethan stone and Bill
Photo credit Jason Tanguay Regular Season Record: 4-8 Tebbetts.
The GHS girls’ basketball program recently received two prestigious awards. The Post-Season Results: Finished 8th in Western Highlight of the Season: The team perfor-
Maine principals’ Association awarded the team with the Class A West sportsmanship Maine Class A and 14th in the state Class mance in a tri-meet vs. south portland and
Award while head coach laughn Berthiaume received Coach of the year honors from the A Meet. Bonny Eagle. Despite missing key athletes,
southwestern Maine Activities Association, which includes all of the schools in Western Graduating Seniors: solange Carpenter, sara the team finished ahead of south portland,
Maine Class A. in the team photo above, pictured from left to right are Courtney Burns, Martin, Marissa Owens, kelsey Rex, Emily which later went on to finish high in
sam peters, Vicki parker, Mia Rapolla, Audrey Adkison, Elizabeth laMontagne, Allyssa southard and Rachel Wilkinson. Western Maine Class A, and lost by only 12
Clark, kiersten Turner, Head Coach laughn Berthiaume, Natalie Egbert, Brianna Nee, Individual Accomplishments to Note: Rachel points to Bonny Eagle, one of the strongest
Taylor Reagan and sierra peters. Missing from the photo are kristi Brown, sarah perkins, Wilkinson finished 12th in the New England Western Maine Class A teams.
kristin Ross, Allie lurvey and shelbi Guimond. Championship Meet 1600 meters with a Individual Accomplishments: Mark Walrath
time of 5:21 and set a new school record finished fifth in the state Class A pole vault
in the sr. 800-meters at the Western Maine while several athletes placed in the Western
GHS lineman Honored Class A championship. she also placed fifth Maine Class A Meet: Joe DeRoy, third in
in the Class A state 1-mile and seventh in the Jr. 800-meters; Adam Hawkes, fifth in
During the Mar. 3 the 800-meters. Others that placed at the the 2-Mile; Matt Mckenney, Julian Nijkamp,
Gorham High school Class A state Meet include Emily southard, Alex Thuotte and Jesse Orach, fifth in the
Winter sports Awards sixth in the pole vault and seventh in the Jr. 560-meter relay; Jesse Orach, sixth in
ceremony, Cody stover, triple jump; kelsey Rex, sixth in the 2-mile; the 1-Mile; kamron Alexander, sixth in the
a senior at GHs, for- and lindsay Chapman, seventh in the high 300-meters; Julian Nijkamp, sixth in the
mally received the Gerry jump. sabrina Rowell, Clara stickney and Jr. 400-meters; Jon Foster, sixth in the sr.
Raymond Award given southard were all conference all-star selec- 400-meters; and Alex Thuotte, sixth in the
to the player voted by tions in the pole vault. Wilkinson, Rex and Jr. 800-meters.
conference coaches as southard also placed as individuals at the Coach Comments: “We were hampered
Western Maine Class A Meet as did solange by injuries to key athletes including Cam
the best lineman in the
Carpenter, fifth in the sr. 800-meters; Jenny stevens and Jake Willis who both would
Thuotte, fifth in the 1-mile; and the 840- have scored many points for us at the
meter relay team, which finished sixth and Western Maine and state meets,” said head
last fall, stover was
included Chapman, Quincy shaw, Abby coach John Wilkinson. “But the other the
also named to the Maine
Hodgkins and stickney. athletes never gave-up, and the younger
sunday Telegram Team Accomplishments to Note: The co-ed athletes gained a lot of experience that
All-state team. relay team of Wilkinson and Carpenter, should help next season. it also looks like
along with two athletes from the boys’ Willis and stevens will recover in time for
team, Jake Willis and Cam stevens, set a the spring outdoor season. Next year looks
Photo credit Rich Obrey
new meet record at the Bowdoin Relays in strong due to the valuable experience our
December. younger athletes gained this year. Many
Coach Comments: “i’m very proud of our of them became team leaders and learned
individual and team accomplishments,” said what it takes to win. We also have a strong
head coach John Caterina. “Considering we freshman class and the middle school team
only had 20 girls on the team, i feel we were is looking strong with approximately 50 stu-
a very competitive team, especially against dents on the boys’ team.”
schools such as Thornton, Deering, Bonny
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Humor” at the library on Thursday, to do these kinds of things is by raising
Mar. 11. McDonald has written three funds, mainly through memberships
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in the Etc.
New england Ski Championship Qualifier: Half-Pipe Snowboard double Champion: GHs
GHs freshman, Marissa Roberts is one of freshman Connor dunn won double gold Feb. New youth Soccer Coaching director: The April Soccer Camp: Maine premier soccer will
24 skiers from Maine (12 girls and 12 boys) 27 at sunday River in two half-pipe competi- Gorham youth soccer Association (GysA) has host a soccer camp at yourspace in Gorham
who made the Maine state ski Team and tions sponsored by the United states Amateur appointed Jim shimansky as its new Coaching Apr. 19 to 23 for players ranging from ages
represented Maine at the Eastern High school snowboarding Association. Freshman Alex Director. shimansky has coached for the U8 to U16. The camp covers dribbling, pass-
Championships Mar. 13 to 14 at Attitash in McCarthy earned two third-place medals while last five years, most recently for the GysA ing, heading, shooting, goalkeeping and other
New Hampshire. Roberts qualified for the sophomore Andrew McCarthy earned one U9 boys’ team. He holds an E license and is skills. players have the option of attending
team by finishing 11th during the Mar. 7 girls’ third-place medal. working towards his D license. He also holds from 9 a.m. to 12 noon each day for $110
competition at Mt. Abram. a state Goalkeeping Diploma from the National or from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day for $185.
soccer Coaches Association of America. Register at www.mainepremiersoccer.com or
Hot Shot Champs: At the state Hot shot
by calling 878-5780.
GHS Grads Help Teams to National College Competition sponsored by the Maine
Tournament: Three GHs graduates, Andrew Recreation & parks Association Mar. 7 at the
dean (Class portland Expo, three girls from Gorham placed
of 2007), Josh among the top finishers: Ashley Woodbury
Tanguay (Class of won the 11-12 girls’ age bracket while G orham h iGh S chool
2006), and Caitlyn Heather Woodbury and Michelle Rowe fin-
Project Graduation 2010
Butterfield (GHs ished third and sixth respectively in the 9-10
Class of 20077) girls’ age bracket. Following the competition,
played major roles the girls appeared at center court just before
in helping their col- the Maine Red Claws game where Ashley
leges earn trips the Woodbury was acknowledged as the winner of
NCAA Division iii
her age group. Silent Auction
and Dean play for
Free-Throw Champs: Five basketball players
from Gorham took first place in the knights of Gorham High School
the University of Columbus district free-throw shooting compe-
Maine at Farmington tition at Windham High school Feb. 27. Each
men’s team while player earned the right to represent the district Saturday, March 20th
Butterfield plays for at the state competition in Old Town on Mar.
the Husson College 13. 10-year-Old Girls: Heather Woodbury; 5-10 p.m.
women’s team. 11-year-Old Boys: dennis Cloutier; 11-year-
Tanguay averaged Old Girls Renee deering; 12-year-Old Boys:
12.1 points per Spencer Ruda; 12-year-Old Girls: Abigail Many items to bid on such as themed gift baskets,
game and led the Hamilton.
team in rebounds
(9.2 per game) as Village School Gymnasts Continue to Shine: photography package worth $285 from Demers
well as blocks (23). Following-up on impressive performances
He was named to reported in the previous Gorham Times, three
the All-Conference Gorham gymnasts who attend the Village
Photography of Standish, gift certificates to many area
second Team and school secured top-five finishes for their age
received the MVp group at the let’s Make a Deal Gymnastic businesses, hotel packages, collectable items, craft
Award for the North Meet in February at sterling, MA. Gretchen
Atlantic Conference Muehle placed third in All-Around level 5 after
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He scored 25 isabelle Muehle finished fourth for level 5
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Mountain. Dean averaged 8.1 points per floor at level 7. All three train at the Maine
game, led the team in steals (34), and was Academy of Gymnastics in Westbrook.
second in three-point field goals (52). For the
and much more. Please join us as we raise money for
Husson College team, Butterfield was third Correction: in the last issue of the Gorham
in assists (57) and steals (43) as one of the Times, it was reported that Heather Woodbury our seniors to provide them a fun, safe, chemical-free
team’s top players off the bench. finished second in the 9-10 girls’ age bracket
of the regional Hot shot Competition Feb. 20
GHS Seniors Shine At All-Star Game: Two at south portland High school. Woodbury was event following their graduation in June.
Gorham senior basketball players helped actually the winner of that event.
their teams to victories in the Western Maine
Class A All-star games Mar. 3 at Deering
High school. in the girls’ game, Kristi Brown
scored 13 points in an 85-58 win while Jon
day scored 10 points in a 118-95 win in the
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Gorham Football Boosters presents: dan Smith, 2009 graduate of Gorham High School, recently received his Eagle scout
badge for the coordination and building of a shelter for the ice skating rink at Gorham’s
Some Enchanted Narragansett school. Dan had help from several scouts as well as generous contributions
from area businesses, including Home Depot, phinney lumber, ODAT, Gorham sand and
Evening Gravel, and Town & Country Cabinets. Dan has been active in scouts for 12 years and
A Father & Daughter Dance has diligently worked toward this final goal of Eagle scout—the highest rank that can be
A formal dance for girls of any age attained by scouts, and an honor shared by only four percent of youth who join scouting.
He is currently enrolled at Daniel Webster College in New Hampshire, where he will be
studying airport management. After graduation, he intends to join the Air Force.
Saturday, April 10, 2010
7pm to 10pm
Gorham Middle School Town council from Page 4
$12.00 per person federal grant, or with either a 15- or consideration.
Music by Common Ground 20-year bond. “I think it only makes sense in the
Council members also discussed a best interests of the taxpayers to pro-
A professional photographer will be available
petition from Mary Jane LeCours asking tect that roadway,” he said.
Mom’s can come and be paparazzi while guests walk the red carpet the Town to impose weight limits on The Council unanimously decided to
McLellan Road after a public hearing in accept the petition for later discussion.
Tickets available which a resident of the area spoke in Additional items addressed at the
support of the petition. The resident March meeting include:
The Bookworm attested to the road damage that has • Four-year-old Joseph Lamoin was
Monday-Saturday 10-5 occurred due to the increased flow of presented with an award from Chief
traffic of heavy vehicles coming from Lefebvre for his actions in getting his
Gorham Marketplace 2010 the bypass. family out of their home during a fire
March 27, 2010 Costello Field House, USM “Taking trucks or vehicles from one in the early morning hours.
Gorham Football Boosters Booth
road just moves the problem to another • Council unanimously agreed to appro-
Advanced tickets recommended. Limited tickets available at the door road. There are consequences when we priate $75,000 from the Finance
limit weight or restrict certain vehicles,” Server/Computer Upgrade reserve
said Councilor Robinson. account for TRIO financial software
Councilor Noah Miner advised that and hardware. Town Manager David
Council should take this petition into Cole stated that TRIO was the least
costly of the options presented to the
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posal to adjust fees for rescue service
to the Finance Committee for their
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dean’s list Association Regional Festival this past
weekend at Windham High school. Aaron
Robert Connolly and Joseph Williams, Bartlett and KC Perkins were named to
both of Gorham, were recently named the All Festival Cast for their individual
to the Dean’s list at Maine Maritime performances. in addition, Gorham High
Academy in Castine. Connolly is major- school received a special commendation
ing in Marine Engineering Technology for Megan Mitchell’s scenery Design and
and Williams in Marine Transportation set Execution.
Matt Fenton (GHs ’08), was named to the 8th grader at
president’s list for the fall 2009 semester Gorham Middle
at Bentley University in Waltham, MA. He School, has
is a sophomore majoring in Economics/ been nominated,
Finance and the son of Mike and sue welcoming the next generation of Gorham friends… Best friends since meeting each
interviewed and other in first grade at Narragansett school, Gorham moms kristen Berdan and Terry
accepted to Mooers are proud to announce the birth of their daughters born on the same weekend at
Kasey Gallant (GHs ‘07), was named to participate as a MMC. Their first “playdate” was conveniently held at the hospital!
the Dean’s list at Elmira College for the member of the people to people student
2009 fall semester. she is the daughter Ambassador program in Europe this sum- parents derek and Kristen Berdan of Gorham proudly announce the birth of their daugh-
of Mary and Marc Gallant and major- mer. The program promotes international ter Kyra Jane, (above, left) born Jan. 28, and weighing in at 8 lbs. 6 oz. Grandparents:
ing in Foreign languages spanish and understanding and leadership skills among Tom and Margaret Butler of Vero Beach Florida (formerly of Gorham); Marty and Cindy
sociology and Anthropology. America’s youth. The 20-day experience Berdan of lakeway, Texas. Great-grandparents: Don and Martha Butler of Vero Beach
Florida; Doris Hudson of Altus, Oklahoma. parents Nick and Terry Mooers of Gorham
will take her to England, France, Belgium,
Kyle donaldson (GHs ‘08), was named to proudly announce the birth of their daughter lillias Ann, (above, right) born Jan. 30, and
the Netherlands and switzerland, where
the Dean’s list at st lawrence University weighing in at 7 lbs. 7 oz. Grandparents: David and Betty sands of Gorham; lisa and Allen
she will meet government officials, interact Cox of Buxton. Great-grandparents: Joan Clark of Gorham; Maxine and Edwin Mooers Jr.
for the 2009 fall semester.
with students, and stay with host families. of portland; and Great-great-grandfather Edwin Mooers sr. of Buxton.
in addition to the funds that she has grate-
of interest fully received from area businesses, Carter
scrapbook to your heart’s content and Gorham Middle School will present
plans on having a car wash at Carter’s
Joseph Kerwin. d.C., participated in the help raise money for Gorham High School Kamp KAoS, a musical about a sum-
annual part ii Test Committee meeting Auto in Gorham to help defray the costs.
Project Graduation 2010. pam irish, a mer camp/radio station that is overrun
held in February at the National Board of Creative Memories Consultant, will lead a by herds of mice due to an abnormal
Chiropractic Examiners in Greeley, CO. There will be a Gorham Block Party on
2010 fundraiser and give a free 15-minute weather pattern. The musical is Thursday,
saturday, May 1 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
workshop on scrapbooking. Beginner Mar. 25 and saturday, Mar. 27 at 7:30 in
Gorham resident and fine art photog- All businesses interested in participating
and seasoned “scrappers” welcome on the Gorham Middle school Auditorium.
rapher, doug Wood, currently has a should please e-mail email@example.com
saturday, Mar. 20 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Tickets $5. FMi, 222-1206.
number of his juried images on display or call 839-2744 for more information.
st. Anne’s Church in Gorham. Continental
in Damariscotta, portland and Boothbay breakfast and refreshments available along Five teams from Gorham will be partici-
Harbor galleries. FMi, visit www.doug- St. Anne’s Church in Gorham invites
with raffles, door prizes and bake sale. pating in Maine’s odyssey of the Mind
woodphotography.com. the entire community to join their parish
$15. FMi, call pam 671-8025 or 892-7720 annual state tournament on Mar. 20 at
for the telling of the passover story, a
or firstname.lastname@example.org. sanford High school, sanford Junior High
Congratulations to the cast and crew of complete seder meal, the four questions,
school and the Memorial Gym between 8
“Fourteen lines” for their outstanding the ten plagues, and the innumerable
The exhibition, “Patches Within a.m. and 3 p.m. with a closing ceremony
performance at Maine principals’ verses of the traditional seder songs
Proximity: Cole Caswell and Jessica at 4:30 p.m. FMi, 797-8289.
on Wednesday, Mar. 31 from 6 to 8
George,” will be on display at the UsM
p.m. Call 839-4857 to reserve tickets. Gorham Garden Club will meet on
Area Gallery, Woodbury Campus Center,
$10/$8. Deadline for purchasing tick- Tuesday, Mar. 30, at 7 p.m. at First parish
portland, from Mar. 12 through Apr. 30.
ets is Mar. 20th. Church. libby Jordan, Floral Designer,
Area Gallery hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.,
Mondays through Fridays, but will not will speak on the subject of Floral
open if UsM is closed for storms. Hours Arrangements. public welcome.
during spring break, Monday, Mar. 22 to
Friday, Mar.26, are 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Anchor Missionary Fellowship Gorham Baptist Church – 12 to 3 little Falls Baptist Church Apr. 1 – Maundy Thursday seder service – 7 p.m.
Route 22 / Broadturn Rd., p.m. Gray Rd., Gorham service with children – 5:30 p.m. Apr. 4 – Easter sunday sunrise
scarborough Apr. 4 – sunrise service at Fort Hill pastor Tony Bafiades, 892-4240 Apr. 2 – Good Friday Reflection & service at the scarborough Free
pastor Bill keef, 839-5922 – 6 a.m. with breakfast to follow Mar. 28 – palm sunday – 10 a.m. prayer 12 to 3 p.m.; stations of Will Baptist Church – 6 a.m.;
Apr. 4 – Easter sunday – 10 a.m. at Fellowship Hall; Easter sunday Apr. 1 – Maundy Thursday service – the Cross – 3 p.m.; service with sunday Worship – 10:30 a.m.
service – 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. 7 p.m., potluck supper – 6 p.m. Veneration – 7 p.m.
Cressey Road united Methodist Apr. 2 – Good Friday service – 6:30 Apr. 4 – Easter sunday service – 8 united Church of Christ at North
Church Galilee Baptist Church p.m. and 10 a.m. Gorham
81 Cressey Rd., Gorham 317 Main st., Gorham Apr. 4 – Breakfast at 9 a.m.; Easter 4 standish Neck Rd., Gorham
Rev. linwood Arnold, 839-3111 Rev. David Christensen, 839-6985 sunday service – 10 a.m. St. Anne’s Catholic Church Rev. Richard small and David Butler,
Mar. 28 – palm sunday – 9 & 10:30 Apr. 2 – Good Friday service – 7 p.m. 299 Main st., Gorham 892-5363
a.m. Apr. 4 – Easter sunday service – Redeemer evangelical lutheran Rev. lawrence Conley, 839-4857 Apr. 1 – Maundy Thursday Tenebrae
Apr. 1 – Maundy Thursday – 7 p.m. 10:30 a.m. Church Mar. 28 – palm sunday and Blessing – 7 p.m.
Apr. 2 – Good Friday services at 410 Main st., Gorham of palms – 8 and 11 a.m. Apr. 4 – Easter sunrise service
south Gorham Baptist Church – 12 Grace Bible Church Rev. Edward Balfour, 839-7100 Mar. 31 – seder Meal – 6 to 8 p.m. (Atwood’s) – 6 a.m. followed by
to 3 p.m. 74 Deering Rd., Gorham Apr. 1 – Maundy Thursday seder (call Apr. 1 – Holy Thursday Mass of the pancake breakfast; Easter sunday
Apr. 4 – sunrise service at Fort Hill – pastor Bob White - 839-8800. to reserve) – 6 p.m.; Divine service lord’s supper – 7 p.m. service – 9 a.m.
6 a.m.; Easter sunday service – 9 Apr. 4 – Easter sunday service – 10 – 7:15 p.m. Apr. 2 – Good Friday liturgy of the
and 10:30 a.m. a.m. Apr. 2 – Good Friday Tenebrae – 8 Hour – 12 noon; lord’s passion – 7 West Gorham union Church
p.m. p.m. intersection of Routes 25/112,
First Parish Congregational Church, lifeChurch Apr. 4 – Easter sunday service – Apr. 3 – Easter Vigil Mass – 7:30 p.m. Gorham
uCC New portland Rd., Gorham 10:15 a.m. Apr. 4 - Easter sunday liturgies – 7, 9 pastor Gary Groves, 839-5946
One Church st., Gorham pastors Brian Undlin and Gordy and 11 a.m. Apr. 4 – Easter sunrise service (Rust
Rev. David Butler, 839-6751 Johnson, 839-6354 St. Ann’s episcopal Church Rd. at Hoyt Farm) – 6:30 a.m. with
Mar. 28 – palm sunday, Distribution Apr. 3 – Easter service – 5:30 p.m. 40 Windham Center Rd. (Off River South Gorham Baptist Church breakfast following; Easter sunday
of palms – 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Apr. 4 – Easter service and Egg Hunt Rd.), Windham 53 County Rd., Gorham service – 9 a.m.
Apr. 1 – Maundy Thursday, Eucharist – 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. Rev. Tim Higgins, 892-8447 Rev. peter Beckwith, 839-3457
and Tenebrae – 7 p.m. Mar. 28 – palm sunday, Distribution Apr. 2 – Good Friday Ecumenical
Apr. 2 – Good Friday service at south of palms – 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. service – 12 to 3 p.m.; Good Friday
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FRIdAy, MAR. 19
• GHs presents “Fame! The Musical,” The Gorham ecumenical Food
7:30 p.m., MpAC. $9/$6. Pantry is open every Thurs. at
FMi, 839-5754. St. Anne’s Church from 9-11 a.m. and
the second Wednesday of each month
from 5:30-7 p.m. open to anyone in
need of food from Gorham. located in
the building behind St. Anne’s Church.
TueSdAy, MAR. 23
Photo credit Martha T. Harris
• AARp income Tax preparation avail-
able for low and moderate income tax
earners, Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
BMl. Call, 839-7439.
• lenten Haddock Dinner, st. Anne’s
THuRSdAy, MAR. 25
Catholic Church, Gorham, 5 to
• Early Release for grades k to 12.
6:30 p.m. sponsored by knights of
• GMs Musical, kamp kAOs, 7:30 p.m.,
GMs Auditorium. $5. FMi, 222-1206.
SATuRdAy, MAR. 20
FRIdAy, MAR. 26
• silent Auction to benefit GHs project
• in-service for grades k to 12. No
Graduation 2010, 5 to 10 p.m.
Gorham High school.
• spECiAl ENCORE pERFORMANCE:
• GHs presents “Fame! The Musical,”
All proceeds go to Haiti Relief Effort,
7:30 p.m., MpAC. $9/$6. FMi, 839-
sponsored by Norway savings Bank.
GHs presents “Fame! The Musical,”
• Chicken pie Dinner, 5 to 6:30 p.m.,
7:30 p.m., doors open at 6:30 p.m.
First parish Congregational Church in
MpAC. $15 person. FMi, 839-5754.
Gorham, $9/$5 under 12. FMi, 839-
SATuRdAy, MAR. 27
• scrapbook Fundraiser for project
• Gorham Marketplace, 10 a.m. to 3
Graduation, with pam irish, a Creative
p.m., UsM Costello Field House. $2
Memories Consultant, 9 a.m. to 4
adults/students. kids free.
p.m. st. Anne’s Catholic Church, Cost
• Bean supper at the Bungalow, Route
$15. FMi, 671-8025.
22/Broadturn Rd., $5/Under three
free. FMi, 839-6972.
SuNdAy, MAR. 21
• GMs Musical, kamp kAOs, 7:30 p.m.,
• GHs presents “Fame! The Musical,”
GMs Auditorium. $5. FMi, 222-1206.
2:30 p.m., MpAC. $9/$6.
TueSdAy, MAR. 30
• AARp income Tax preparation avail-
MoNdAy, MAR. 22
able for low and moderate income tax
• parent/student Night for the Class of
earners, Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Seminar to - GT 3/4/10 11:23
IS2014, 6:30 Ad 7:30 p.m., GHs audito- AM Page 1
BMl. Call, 839-7439.
Information Security – Protecting You and Your Customers
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Budget from Page 1
items moved to ARRA funding.
Under the budget, the millage rate for
education’s portion of funding would
increase to $10.39, an increase of 2.63%
or 27 cents.
New initiatives for the 2011 bud-
get include an educational technician
for gifted and talented students, a bus
Jennifer Nitchman, replacement lease, and a bridge pro-
SVP/ Director of
gram to identify students transitioning
Information Services from middle school to high school who
are at risk to not stay in school .
Q: Information Security: How can I The budget is still subject to change,
protect my business? as deficit issues are addressed at the
A: For small business owners, it seems state level.
there aren’t enough hours in the day. “It’s still a moving target, and these
However, there is one area in particular are preliminary figures,” said Sharp.
that is often overlooked, but requires The School Committee is expected
your undivided attention – Information to vote on the preliminary budget at
Security. Here are several ways in which its regular meeting on Apr. 14. A joint
you can protect your employees, workshop with the Town Council is
customers, and company data. tentatively scheduled for May 18. Once
1. Secure your computers and servers. approved by the Town Council, the
Off-the shelf anti-virus and anti- budget will go to the voters on Jun. 1.
spyware solutions will provide basic
protection – you may need more
sophisticated solutions for complex
2. Educate your staff. Opening emails or
attachments from unknown sources
may expose your systems to viruses,
malware and spyware.
3. Beware of social engineering. Strangers
who appear to be a vendor or
delivery person may actually be cyber
thieves attempting to gain access to
confidential data from your servers,
desktop computers or paper files.
4. Have a plan. In the unfortunate event
of a data breach, know what to do,
who to call and what might be your
Please join us on March 25th from
6:00 – 8:00 pm for a free Information
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at 602-7323 or email lauzierd@sbsavings.
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Hemlock drive caller advised that their
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Nonesuch Road caller reported an ongo- 15-year-old grandchild was assaulted by 4469. need to have references and be CpR certified
ing problem with neglect to the horses a known subject while walking from the HouSeKeePeR. Residential or commercial. (or be willing to obtain certification). 10−15
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state Veterinarian was called. firstname.lastname@example.org 839-9148.
Hackmatack Way caller reported that
A male subject called the standish a known subject came to caller’s house CleANING PoSITIoN sought by local woman.
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that three people came to their door pets. $750 incl. heat and hot water. FMi
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stating that someone was going to
Main St. caller requested to speak with murder the people in the house and then
an officer regarding a female who was kill themselves.
not “with it” who was at a local conve-
Shirley lane caller reported that their
nience store and stated she was walking
neighbor had moved out and left cats
to Rochester, New Hampshire.
behind in the house.
A representative from Rent-A-Center
dingley Spring Road caller reported that
requested to speak to an officer as a
someone had gone by caller’s residence
renter was refusing to return property.
on a snowmobile going at least 80 miles
Preble St. caller reported that kids were per hour.
screaming— “party type screaming”—
South Gorham Crossing caller noticed
outside on preble street.
a couple of suspicious trucks had pulled
School St. caller reported that their vehi- into the parking lot as caller was leaving
cle had been stolen by the plow company. work. Caller found it odd as the business
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13TH ANNUAL GORHAM MARKETPLACE
T H I NGS TO DO
Saturday, March 27, 2010
MARKETPLACE 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
2010! USM Costello Field House
Admission - $2 Adults - Children and Students are FREE
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/G ir l S co u ts
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1 0 :3 0 A M
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Open a bank account
H G o rh a m E d u ca ti
1 1 :0 0 A M
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- S p e ll in g B e e
1 1 :3 0 A M
Watch local dancers D C a sh P r iz e D ra w
perform in g
U 1 1 :4 5 A M
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f M a in e
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O 1 2 :3 0 P M
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guitar E G H S R o b o ti cs Te
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