Front Cover FREE Established 1853 *****ECRWSS***** U.S. Postage Paid Dexter ME. Permit No. 97 Local POSTAL CUSTOMER Your 800 287 2295 • ga ette@easternga ette com 1-800-287-2295 [email protected] 17,000 Circulation • Copyright 2015 The Gazette, Inc. Volume 163 No. 12 HomeTown AdVantage March 20 - 26, 2015 Danforth Plaza, Hermon • 848-2500 11 Main St., Dexter • 924-7359 Hermon True Value Help Wanted Page 12 Big Auto Section Pages 14-19 Tillson True Value 6DOHLWHPVH[FOXGHG2QHFRXSRQSHUKRXVHKROG /LPLWDWLRQVDSSO\6HHVWRUHIRUGHWDLOV &RXSRQ5HTXLUHG MARCH TERRIFIC KIDS - The Terrific Kids award ceremony for March was held at Ridge View Community School in Dexter recently. The nine students were honored for attaining their goals by Principal Paula McHugh. They received a certificate and tokens from the Dexter Kiwanians. The students are pictured in back, left to right: Kassidy Fogg, Mickayla Fogg, Jenna Daggett, and Nicholas Palmer. In front: Samantha Lovely, Emily Easler, Stone Rotta, and Jared Bard. Not pictured: Colby Tilley. 3 days only - 3/21 thru 3/23 2)) $Q\VLQJOHLWHPXQGHU Delivered by U.S. Mail to every residential and business addresses in: Abbot, Atkinson, Barnard, Beaver Cove, Blanchard, Bowerbank, Brownville, Brownville Jct., Cambridge, Charleston, Corinna, Corinth, Derby, Dexter, Dover-Foxcroft, Ebeemee, Elliottsville, Exeter, Frenchtown, Garland, Greenville, Greenville Jct., Guilford, Harmony, Kingsbury Plt., LaGrange, Lake View Plt., Lily Bay, Maxfield, Mayfield, Medford, Milo, Monson, Orneville, Parkman, Ripley, Sangerville, Sebec, Shirley Mills, St. Albans, Wellington, Williamsburg, Willimantic. The Eastern Gazette Page One March 20 - 26, 2015 619th Transporation Company to begin “Maple Caravan” long haul mission across Canada DEXTER - The 619th Transportation Company, an Army Reserve unit out of Dexter, will begin a long haul mission as part of Exercise MAPLE CARAVAN 2015. During this training exercise the 619th TC will transport Canadian Army equipment from Canadian Forces Base Valcartier to Canadian Forces Base Wainwright. This is the first time an Army Reserve transportation unit has conducted a long haul mission across Canada. Exercise MAPLE CARAVAN 15 will ultimately involve more than 300 Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers. During the Exercise, which runs from HALO ™ The Made for iPhone hearing aid ® March through June, approximately 60 loads of Canadian equipment will be transported more than 2,500 miles across Canada. Short of an actual deployment, MAPLE CARAVAN 15 provides the most realistic and dynamic training experience possible. Soldiers will experience cross-border logistics, driving in inclement weather, and navigating roads, and merging doctrines from different armies. The Exercise allows U.S. and Canadian Forces to execute meaningful and challenging training together and prepare for mobilization and deployment. Halo is designed to: • Stream calls from your iPhone directly to your hearing aids using Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. • Deliver pristine sound and exceptional listening clarity. • Eliminate buzzing and whistling. • Stream FaceTime, music and more directly to your hearing aids. Dover Audiology Chris Clukey MA, CCC-A 859 West Main St. Dover-Foxcroft doveraudiologycenter.com • 564-3337 Open Monday through Wednesday 9 -5 and Thursday 9-4 TOWN OF PARKMAN DOVER-FOXCROFT SHIRETOWN HOMECOMING ANNUAL TOWN MEETING The Annual Town Meeting will be held on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at the Parkman Grange Hall at 10:30 am Brenda J. Hartford Town Clerk Control your hearing experiences with Halo™, the breakthrough Made for iPhone® Hearing aid and our personalized TruLink™ Hearing Control app. New Location!!! Foxcroft Academy ANNUAL MAPLE BREAKFAST Now Open In Downtown Dexter āā Í,Q7KH2OG*D]HWWH%XLOGLQJÎ Dry aged steaks, lamb, and Siberia raw milk 0RQGD\WKURXJK6DWXUGD\DPSP 0DWWKHZ6HFLFK)DPLO\ NOW TAKING ENROLLMENT FOR 2015/2016 PRE-SCHOOL thru GRADE 12 College Prep Program/Courses for College Credit * Excellent Student - Teacher ratio * International and Exchange Programs * Member Maine Principal’s Association * Class “D” Interscholastic/Athletic Programs * Before and After School Childcare available OPEN HOUSE March 27th 3-8 p.m. THREE and FOUR YEAR OLD half or full day PROGRAMS State Licensed and Aspire Approved www.highviewchristianacademy.org or 285-7978 Located on Rt. #11 just off Rt. #15 - 1 mile from Corinth Prices Adults— $6.00 Seniors 65 and older, plus children ten and under—$5.00 Sunday - March 22, 2015 7:00 am to 10:00 am at the Immediate Family (up to six members)— $25.00 **Foxcroft Academy Gymnasium** Q106.5 JR Mitchell will be on hand once again flipping pancakes ~ Pancakes and French Toast 50/50 raffle $1 each or 6 for $5.00 THANK YOU TO OUR EARLY BIRD CORPORATE SPONSORS: AMB Signs Bob’s Sugarhouse Cleaves Farms Dover-Foxcroft Fire Dept. Dover-Foxcroft Kiwanis Freyhoffer French Construction Nor’easter Restaurant Piscataquis Observer Plum Creek Q106.5 The Eastern Gazette Will’s Shop ‘n Save WZLO MENU (with Maple Syrup donated by Bob's Sugar House in Dover-Foxcroft) Scrambled Eggs Bacon | Sausage Homemade Home Fries Juice | Coffee | Tea | Milk Proceeds will go towards Homecoming Celebration Sponsored by: Dover-Foxcroft Shiretown Homecoming Committee Contact: Will Wedge 564-3246, Breakfast Chair for more Information. Page 2 March 20 - 26, 2015 The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage 207-270-6112 Open 7 Days a Week Rt. 7 North, ITS 85, Dexter Come In & Help Us Celebrate our 2nd Anniversary with a 1/2 Price Appetizer! On the Lake Ice Fishing? Out Snowmobiling? Or Just looking for an EXCEPTIONAL Meal Stop in for Daily Specials. Ice Cold Beer and Full Bar BOB’S Sugarhouse OPEN HOUSE Maine Maple Sunday Weekend Saturday, March 21 - 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, March 22 - 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Maple Breakfast At Foxcroft Academy 7 - 10 a.m. • Free Samples • Maple Syrup • Demonstrations • Door Prizes • Maple Taffy • Fun for All Enjoy Maple Sundaes, Maple Cotton Candy, Maple Whoopie Pies, Maple Baked Goodies, Maple Baked Beans, Balloons for the Kids & Much More Very Popular Maple Cotton Candy! 252 East Main Street, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426 PINEWOOD DERBY - Sangerville’s Pack 61 Cub scouts held their 2015 Annual Pinewood Derby recently. The scouts built 5 oz, 7 inch long pine cars from kits and raced them on the packs 30’ long gravity track. Trophies for each Den as well as top 4 overall winners were awarded based on the averaged time of four runs measured to 0.0001 seconds. Certificates and buttons were also awarded to the Scouts in 13 categories such as “Best Paint job” or “Most Patriotic Design.” The Judges panel this year consisted of local Civic, Political, Religious and Academic leaders who had the hard choice of deciding the awards. Pictured in back: The Cub master, Den Leaders and the Judges Panel. Center: Wolf and Webelos Dens. Front: Tiger and Bear Dens (207) 564-2145 e-mail: [email protected]• www.mainemaplesyrup.com Local hunting lodge has plans for local vets "" !"" ( MILO/BROWNVILLE - Three Rivers Kiwanis|Milo-Brownville members recently heared from John Poole, owner of Rockin’ P Sporting Lodge & Cabins in Sebec. John shared his personal story at the meeting of Kiwanis, explaining his plans to help homecoming veterans readjust to life at home by giving opportunities to enjoy the outof-doors with fishing, hunting, and birding activities. The Poole family is in history books. John’s mother was born and raised in the Rumford area, where John still has family. His ancestral family member Luther Hoar is one of the original founders of the Lake Settlement of Rangeley in 1815. John spent many of his younger years growing up in Amity, just south of Houlton. His wife’s family is from New Haven, Vermont. John described how he left Maine for 30 years while in the military and then in the US Border Patrol. He brought his family back and purchased the lodge and cabins about three years ago. John is licensed as a registered Maine guide and learned nearly everything he knows about fishing from his mom. The family now runs full-service hunting, fishing, ATVing, snowmobiling, and shooting sports, and offers a guide service and runs a restaurant. John explained he and his family are putting together plans to offer vets a hunting retreat. 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Robinson Oil Company Take advantage of our Spring special…. Call 1-800-640-8131 to schedule your service CLEANING SPECIAL $ For just 139.95 Valid thru May 2015 Boiler or Furnace tune up to include: oil filter, nozzle, pump strainer, air filter (warm air), vacuuming, efficiency test, and evaluation of unit. Additional parts are billable. Three reasons to have your system tuned up • Average savings of 10% on oil usage with tuned up units • Reduced untimely service calls • A properly maintained system lasts longer Call your local office to schedule Our 65th ye of servin ar the peo g ple of Eastern Central and Maine! Dover-Foxcroft (207) 564-8131 1 Dexter (207) 924-5242 Greenville (207) 695-3566 “Count On Us To Keep You Warm”! rm”! Page 4 March 20 - 26, 2015 $UWLVWLF1DLOV Grand Opening March 21st 10am-5pm Free Refreshments First 20 guests will receive a gift! • Manicure & Pedicure • Gel Structural Nails The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage Antonella B. 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SVH • 447 North Main Street, Pittsfield SebasticookValleyHealth.org The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage 11 new live webcams installed in Milo and Brownville MILO/BROWNVILLE - The Three Rivers Community website has gone live with 11 of 13 new planned webcams. So far, eight cameras are in Milo, one is in Brownville, and two are on Schoodic Lake. In the near future they will also be adding one near C&J’s in Milo, and one downtown with a view of the Library and Town Hall. The positions of the current cameras include: Trafton’s Falls, Veterans Memorial Park, Trask Insurance, Upper Main Street, Park & Main Street, Park Street, Lower Sebec River, Upper Sebec River, Main Road, and two on Schoodic Lake The webcams are sponsored by Trask Insurance in Milo, and were installed by Mike Russell of ProTech Solutions in Atkinson. March 20 - 26, 2015 From February 23, 2015 to April 19, 2015 Promotional Financing (Refer to ﬁnancing bulletings effective at the time of delivery for all details regarding available rates, terms and conditions) PLUS (+) 4-Year Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty Coverage (12 Months BRP Limited Warranty + Additional 24 Months BRP Limited Warranty) WK%LUWKGD\2SHQ+RXVHIRU (XQLFH0LWFKHOO HUFF POWER SPORTS, Inc Route 100, Grove Hill - Pittsﬁeld (207) 487-3338 Web: huffpowersports.com • M-F 8 AM-5 PM, Sat 8 AM-1 PM All are invited to the United Methodist Church in Dover-Foxcroft on Saturday, March 28, from 2:00-4:00. Light refreshments, cake & ice cream will be served. Cards are welcome, no gifts please. Your presence is your gift. Vintage Snowsled Ride & Show Newer sleds welcome too!! 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Letters may be e-mailed to [email protected] or mailed to 97 Church St., Dexter ME 04930. Letters must reach The Eastern Gazette by 5 pm Monday for consideration for Friday publication. “... I no longer have any dog in this fight, other than that I care about Milo...” To the Editor: At 5:00 PM on March 17th, my tenure as Milo Town Manager will come to an end. What was done to me to bring this about should cause me to shake the dust from my sandals, turn my back on Milo and just walk away. As a career professional town manager, I cannot help but feel the weight of my position as I look back at this Monday evening’s Town Meeting. Like any professional town manager, I care deeply about the community I serve and the people who live there. So, here goes. Two critical warrant articles were overwhelmingly defeated at Town Meeting, primarily because I was not allowed to speak to either of them, while individuals were allowed to spend weeks attacking me and the issues with extreme misrepresentation and hot button rhetoric that stopped a means of stabilizing the Town’s financial position, on a relatively long term basis, at an average cost much lower than any other alternative. Lynn Ricker’s letter to the editor on February 27th was an extreme misrepresentation of the facts. First, as Town Manager, I have ready access to the public information in the Assessor’s Records. Since 2007, Lynn Ricker’s taxes increased by 60%, not doubled. However, if you look at why, you find out very quickly that she and her husband renovated their home. As there was no building permit for the majority of the work, the change in value was not picked up until 2009. If you back that value to 2007, and apply the tax rate at the time, you will find that the taxes not only did not double, their property taxes dropped by 2.9%. Due to the continued dis-investment in our community, and the allowance for properties to continue to deteriorate and be junked up, our property values are continuing to drop. The result is a factored reassessment required by state mandate in 2015. The taxes will remain very nearly the same, despite the fact that your assessed value will drop, which means that the mil rate will sharply increase – by nearly 30%. Your property taxes are threatened by the Governor’s proposals, but our legislative delegation has informed all of us Town Managers in Piscataquis County that he will be lucky to get enough of a cut to affect Milo’s taxes by $100,000.00, not the $600,000 to $700,000 that the voters were led to believe. The public works equipment needs to be purchased now at the interest rates the Town can get this spring, not at the much higher interest rates that are just around the corner. I will personally vouch for the need to replace each piece of equipment that was proposed. The financing is by a commercial loan. In the State of Maine today, a commercial loan to a governmental entity is known as a bond note. This equipment is not proposed to be funded through the bond bank with the road work. Our equipment is falling apart and we have cut our road crew to bare minimum in the winter season. One of our snow plow and equipment operators is also our mechanic. He is increasingly in the garage repairing equipment instead of out keeping the roads open in the winter and maintained in the summer. The $75,000.00 for the first year payments on the equipment loans was left in the budget, without approving the purchase of the equipment. As written, this money will be thrown into equipment repairs for equipment that will not deliver a fair return on the investment in the repair costs. This makes no sense at all. The road bond, in simple terms, is the only viable means of stabilizing the costs of fixing the roads over the next ten to fifteen years. Interest rates, and the cost of paving, are going to spiral out of control to where local government cannot meet the cost of providing these services. Interest rates for the bond issue will be at historic lows that have not been seen in over fifty years. The cost of paving will be at the best prices we will likely see again any time in the future. For two, possibly three construction seasons, paving costs will likely stay at or below $ 100.00 a ton in Milo. This summer, whoever wins the State paving contract for our area will be placing a portable asphalt plant in the Gerrish pit behind the Milo Business Park. This will eliminate much of the hauling cost in the paving price. To not do this now is to throw away a rare opportunity to save significant money. Asphalt is one of the end products of refining crude oil. It constituted roughly fifty percent (50%) of what was left after producing heating oil from heavy crude oil, the vast majority of the oil refined in the United States since we began refining oil. We have now changed over to refining almost entirely what is known as light sweet crude oil of which only seven percent (7%) remains as asphalt. Supply and demand dictates that there will not be enough to meet the need for continuing to pave roads in the future, and the prices will go up substantially in coming years. There will be a huge change in the way we surface our roads in the not too distant future. Milo cannot afford to have to do paving while this change over is taking place. By bringing our roads up to a fifteen year repaving standard and having everything done by end of 2017, we buy the time for the new technology to be implemented and costs to drop to the new normal before Milo will have to do the roads again. We will avoid the high cost end of asphalt paving and the extremely high cost of the new technology period. We are also likely to avoid the cost of the major mistakes that will mark the first examples of the new technologies while our country is struggling to find something that will work and still be cost effective. The bottom line on the road bond issue is that it clearly will save the Town of Milo at least twice as much as it will cost to do it otherwise. It will also avoid some of the most extreme costs that the evolving new technologies will otherwise force on local governments who have not acted in a timely manner to deal with this. If you see the logic in this, you need to understand that the Milo Board of Selectmen is quite demoralized by what happened at the Town Meeting. I doubt you will see them attempt to bring this back to the voters for a second look. If you have come to realize that you may have allowed misinformation to stampede you into voting from fear of impacts that were simply not true, then you will need to approach the Milo Select Board and ask them to try the bond issue one more time. Fear of the unknown is used by people with vested and/or ideological interests to cripple the will of the voters so as to not do what is in their own best interest to do. I would suggest that, if you choose to do this, you will need to do this at the March 17th Select Board Meeting as the timing to get into the Spring Bond Bank offering is barely able to be met. Toni Reed from the Maine Municipal Bond Bank has confirmed that, if they hear first thing on Wednesday morning March 18th that the Milo Select Board has warned a revisiting of the bond issue for a Town Meeting as quickly as legally can be held, the Bond Bank will hold the Town’s position in the bond issue for this Spring. In my separation agreement with the Town of Milo, I have 100 hours of free management consultant time provided to the Town. I am prepared to help, because I do still very much care about Milo’s future, but only if it comes from the voters, and only until I take a new position elsewhere. What you do with this is up to you. It is still your Town, and after March 17th, is no longer in any sense my Town. Town Managers are simply the people who you pay to get the job done and to tell you the inconvenient truths that do not always otherwise come from local government. We are the people who hold that line in behalf of the public interest in our individual communities, despite the personal prices we pay for doing so. Thank you for allowing me to serve you as your Town Manager. Please understand that I no longer have any dog in this fight, other than that I care about Milo and those of you who choose to live here. David A Maynard Milo Editor’s Note: This Letter to the Editor was received too late for publication in the Eastern Gazette edition of March 13. Mr. Maynard requested it be published in this March 20 edition. “Confusing: Yes. Why? You tell me and we will both know.” To the Editor: This is in response to the Esteemed Governor LaPage’s proposed tax plan. First as to sales tax of 5.5%: The Governor wants the visitors to our State to pay a higher amount of the States bills hence lets increase the State’s sales tax to (6.5%). Sounds like a good idea for the citizens. The funny thing is; there is no such thing as a visitor tax. They pay for a week or two stay but when you really dig, not too deep, you find that we, who live here all year, will be paying this increased tax all year long. Hummm, sounds like a permanent tax increase on the citizens of Maine to me. What does it sound like to you? As to getting rid of State Revenue Sharing; The Governor wants to do away with revenue sharing all together and to pay for it, do away with the State income tax. Well how does this help the person on a fixed income that does not pay State income tax and owns a home? It does not; it forces the person to pay a higher property tax. In my home town the revenue sharing goes against the expenditures and reduces the tax burden on all of us, poor and better off alike. The tax commitment for 2014 here was $390,392.39. If we take the SRS ($19,206.00) out of the equation then our tax commitment would be $409,598.39. This is a permanent yearly increase not just a onetime deal. The property owners will get stuck with the increased bill every year. Now, as to tax exemptions; The States Valuation for Cambridge is $24,050,000.We will come back to that later. The Homestead & Veteran’s exemption total for 2014 is $1,162,940. The other 2014 exemptions, for the Cambridge Baptist Church ($135,269), Cambridge Masonic Hall ($53,670), Cambridge Valley Grange ($59,342) and the Cambridge Historic Society ($14,089) total $262,370. The total 2014 exemption for the Town of Cambridge property ($840,215) and the State of Maine property ($229,925) is $1,070,140. Tree growth 2014 exemption is $789,943. These all add up to $3,285,393 dollars of tax exempt property value. This equals $64,393.70 of transferred tax revenue that must be paid by the rest of us, the non-exempt. This transference of tax happens every year. Is this really fair to anyone? No it is not. If some of the people on the delinquent tax list did not have to pay the transferred tax on top of their actual property tax then maybe they could pay their taxes. The State needs to stop giving property tax exemptions. The Legislature and Governor still give the tree growth tax exemption to some land owners for a tax break. I have one question. Why should I or anyone have to pay part of the tax bill for large land owners or anyother? They own it make them pay the full tax bill for it and give us all a real tax break! In the event that the State does not make everyone pay their full property tax then take the exempt value ($3,285,393) off of the total State value ($24,050,000) leaving us the taxable value at $20,764,607 and we do all of our taxation on this amount and all of the other subsidies from the State will be based only on the taxable value at 100%. Treat it as a TIF district. (You really don’t want to know.) The non-taxable will be treated as if it did not exist for tax and subsidies purposes. Or the State could leave it up to the individual municipality as to allowing certain tax exemptions and accepting the additional tax burden onto themselves by a vote of the legislative body (municipality’s citizens). The easiest answer is to do away with all property tax exemptions. Do you have a headache yet? It is all in the numbers. 0 sounds great until you find out that your neighbors pick up your tab every year. Not so good for them. Yes these numbers do not represent the low amount of exempt reimbursement from the State, for that please follow along. Total property tax exempt is ($3,285,393), total tax on exempt property is ($64,393.70) yes you are still responsible for this amount. Now the State tax exemption reimbursements are, Tree growth, please excuse me while I laugh/ cry at this one, ($4,293), the Veteran’s ($1,059), the Homestead ($10,803) for a grand total of $16,155.That leaves the other property tax payers paying an additional $48,238.70 right!... Wrong, read on. The Tree growth scheme (and it is just that a scheme) is the best deal. In Cambridge we have 2960 acres the State values at $386,057 for a tax of $7,566, and the State reimbursement is $4,293 leaving a tax transference of $3,273. Not bad, right? Wrong, again. Sadly that is a smoke and mirror show. Here is the truth. In Cambridge we have 33 Tree growth lots that equals, 33 base lots@ $6,400 equaling $211,200 valuation and the remaining 2927 acers x $400/acer (actual assessment) equals $1,170,800 valuation for a total of $1,382,000 valuation with a tax burden of $27,087.20. Subtract the $4,293 reimbursement and you find that the true transferred tax from tree growth on to other non-exempt property is $22,794.20. Again the truth is in the numbers. Now we get to the bones of the matter, the full value of tax exempt property is Continued on next page The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage March 20 - 26, 2015 Page 7 FORUM from Page 6 $3,877,450 with a tax of $75,998.02 minus the $16,155 reimbursement from the State and your left with $59,843.02 of transferred taxes that we must pay. If everyone paid their true property tax burden then we all would pay less. Confusing; Yes. Why? You tell me and we will both know. The real kicker is even some of the exempt property makes up for some of the transferred tax. How? You had to ask. Augmented valuation will negate the homestead and veterans exemptions. Please don’t ask. I can tell you how this is done but then I would have to hide for a while. Only non-profits are truly exempt. The State dictates tree growth valuation and the Towns cannot change it. Our mil rate is $19.60 per $1,000 of valuation. Example $36,000 valuation is 36 x 19.6 equals $705.60 tax. Another way is $36,000 x .0196 equals $705.60 tax. In other towns the mil rate may be different. When the Government wants to give something watch out because we all pay dearly in the end. Michael Watson Cambridge 74 Grove Street, Dexter HOURS: Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. All proceeds benefit Kiwanis community programs 535 Main St. Corinth, ME 04427 [email protected] Now Offering “Corporations are not people.” To the Editor: Right now money is considered ‘free speech’ and corporations are considered ‘persons’ for the purpose of being allowed to spend unlimited money on elections. Supreme Court decisions dating back 100 years have given corporations progressively more rights. The 2010 Citizens United decision made spending by corporations on political campaigns the same as ‘free speech’ (and thus may not be restricted). Current polls show that 80% of Americans oppose the Citizens United decision. A Supreme Court decision can only be overturned by a Constitutional amendment, which must be written either by Congress or by a Constitutional convention made up of delegates from each state. Congress has showna lack of will to write such an amendment, so the alternative is to attempt a Constitutional convention. Legislation has been submittedin Augustawhich would, if passed, becomean official application from the state of Maine for a Constitutional convention to draft an amendment to the US Constitution saying that “Corporations are not people” and “Money is not speech.” This is a prime opportunity to overturn /Citizens United/, to help reverse the trend toward more and more corporate domination of our government and our lives. 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This year’s 30th anniversary celebration of Meatout is particularly significant because of the massive shift in America’s eating habits. “Meatless Monday” has been making huge advances in public schools, universities, institutional cafeterias, and restaurants. The 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee is recommending reduced meat consumption. Stock market analysts are warning clients about potential death of meat. Almost 50% of the respondents in a special GlobalMeatNews poll said they had actively reduced their meat consumption. Accordingly, per capita U.S. meat consumption has dropped by more than 10% since 2005. Each of us can celebrate our own advent of spring on March 20th by checking out vegan foods in our local supermarket and vegan recipes on the internet. Ellis Gardner Dexter 355-3333 453 Main Street, Pittsﬁeld, ME* 487-6655 NewportEyeCare.net For The Highest Quality Of Eye Care And Surgical Needs. 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Keith was predeceased by his daughter, Allyson Hodsdon, his wife Shirley Foote Hodsdon, his son, Joel Hodsdon, his grandson, Stephen Bowers, his daughter-in-law, Patricia Byam, and his brother, Ray Hodsdon of Charlottesville, Virginia. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Norma Hodsdon, his children: Brenda and Bob Giles of Morriston, FL, Jeffrey and Rachel Hodsdon of East Wilton, ME, Timothy Hodsdon and David Sanders of Denver, Colorado, Wayne and Nanon Foote of Bangor, ME, and Gary and CJ Foote of Tamworth, NH, twelve grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren. He is survived by Norma’s children: Robyn and Percy McInnis of Bryant Pond, Susan and Louis Dickson of Dresden, Tim Byam of Mahopac, NY, Benjamin and Samantha Byam of Rumford Point, Barbara and Scott Raymond of Parkman, and Jennifer and Robert Mains of Westbrook, fourteen grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. A Graveside Service for Keith will be held at Woodlawn Cemetery in Andover, ME on June 6, 2015 at 1:00 pm in conjunction with his brother Ray’s service with a reception at the First Congregational Church in Andover. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Mahoosuc Land Trust, P.O. Box 981, Bethel, Maine 04217. • Full Dentures Now • Partial Dentures Booking • Same Day Repairs/Re-lines • Lab on Premises MOST INSURANCES/MAINE CARE ACCEPTED In Loving Memory Gerald L. Herrick Jr. March 25, 1960 - August 12, 2011 Wishing you a Happy Birthday. Not a day goes by when you are not in our thoughts. You’ll never be forgotten. Every day we shed a tear, it’s only because we wish you were still here. Love you. Mom, Dad, sisters Laurie and Cathy, and nephew Aaron. PAUL LALICATA, L.D. 23 Spring Street, Dexter 207-735-3249 Email: [email protected] Formerly Dr. Chapman’s Ofﬁce 3-16-15 to 3-22-15 FROM ALL OF US AT RENYS, THANK YOU FOR 65 YEARS! nd! Famous Bra Famous Specialty Store! 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The two Senators attended at the invitation of the Honorable Pete Johnson, a former member of the Maine House of Representatives and the 14th District Chaplain. Senator Davis attended in his role as the Senator who serves the region, and Senator Cyrway attended in his role as Chair of the Legislature’s Veterans and Legal Affairs Committee. Installed at Unbeatable Prices $500 Efﬁciency Maine Rebate on select units. FREE ESTIMATES • FLAT RATES • 24 HOUR SERVICE 15 Years Experience Plumbing • Oil • Natural Gas • Propane 207-949-9379 Pittsfield, ME • www.midmaineminisplits.com Stop into one of our convenient locations. We are YOUR Community y Pharmacy. DEXTER STUDENT PERFORMS NATIONAL ANTHEM - Rep. Ray Wallace (R Dexter) recently welcomed Sarah Vigue and her father Mark to the Maine State House, Thursday March 6. Sarah, a senior at Dexter Regional High School, sang the National Anthem to the full Maine House of Representative at the start of session and stayed throughout session serving as an honorary page. LODGE from Page 2 the Maine woods. John also discussed the amnesty program and illegal entry into the US based on knowledge he gained during his 30-year career. After retiring, he became a consultant. John spent eight months in Afghanistan working as executive mentor to the Afghan border police, which is 25K strong. He provided mentors for their border patrol and customs program, working on port of entry procedures, working with generals and command staff. He wrote a national training plan. Afghani border police are really soldiers, and the written plan transitions them from being soldiers to becoming border agents and gives them the tools they need. He is currently preparing to leave for Tajikistan, which has a stable government based on a Soviet makeup. There is in place a stringent chain of command that does not allow lateral communications; orders have to come from the top down. Not very efficient. John will be teaching the operations center management and more effective communication operations. He views this as a new adventure, in a part of the world he’s never been to. Three Rivers Kiwanis|MiloBrownville (established in 1991) meets every Wednesday morning at the Kiwanis Building at 24 Gerrish Road at 6:30 a.m., except the Last Wednesday (be it the fourth or fifth Wednesday of the month), which meets at 6:30 p.m. The public is always welcome. For membership information, please call our secretary at 9436909. 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The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage COMPASS COMPASS is primarily intended as a free of charge listing of special events sponsored by local volunteer civic, literary, fraternal, service and religious organizations. Listings should be 30 words or less. E-mail items to [email protected]; or mail to The Eastern Gazette, 97 Church Street, Dexter ME 04930; or drop them off at our Dexter office. The DEADLINE FOR COMPASS ITEMS IS MONDAY at 5 pm. FRIDAY, MARCH 20 HATS FOR LOGAN - Please help support Logan Bagley with his second battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. The community is encouraged to participate in a “Hat Day” to help benefit Logan and his family. If you wish to participate, donations can be made to the DRHS Key Club. SATURDAY, MARCH 21 SATURDAY NIGHT ON THE TOWN SPAGHETTI SUPPER - Congregational Church, West Main St. Dover-Foxcroft. 4 - 7 PM. $5/person. Supports Foxcroft Academy Marching Band. AMERICAN LEGION MEETING - Scott-Flanders Post 165, Post Home, Sangerville. 6:30 PM Supper, 7 PM meeting. ITALIAN NIGHT SPAGHETTI SUPPER – Brownville Community Church. Moosemeat or Plain Sauce. By donation. 5 – 6:30 PM. Proceeds to “Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund” in honor and in emmory of Raymond “Buffy” Butterfield. SEED SWAP – Abbott Memorial Library, Dexter. 10 AM – 1 PM. 924-7292. AUTISM VENDOR & CRAFT FAIR - Old Morton Ave. Elementary School Gym, Dover-Foxcroft. 9 AM - 2 PM. Sue 343-1071. SUNDAY, MARCH 22 P.O. Box 126, 2 Park St., Milo (207) 943-5070 Kent Ladd, Owner Web: www.mainegenerator.com e-mail: [email protected] A local Maine company specializing in generator sales and service since 1997. We service most makes and models. Factory Trained Sales & Service for Kohler, Generac & Cummins Generators. .DUHQ&ODUN6WDIIHOG/&6: 0HQWDO+HDOWK&RXQVHOLQJ6HUYLFHV 3URYLGLQJ,QGLYLGXDO&RXQVHOLQJ6HUYLFHVWR $GXOWV<RXQJ$GXOWV 6SHFLDOL]LQJLQ:RUNLQJZLWK:RPHQ'HSUHVVLRQ 6XEVWDQFH$EXVH$Q[LHW\DQG7UDXPD6XUYLYRUV ,PPHGLDWH$SSRLQWPHQWV$YDLODEOH 0RVW0DMRU,QVXUDQFH0DLQH&DUH 0HGLFDUHDFFHSWHG6OLGLQJ)HH6FDOH$YDLODEOH 'H[WHU0DLQHa MIOSAC CLUB ART SHOW - Dover-Foxcroft Congregational Church, Main St. 1 - 3 PM. for area highschoolers. UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF SANGERVILLE & DOVER-FOXCROFT - Corner Church & Main St., Sangerville. Guest Speaker Gene Wilbur & Musicians Linda Hall & Toby Hall 9:30 AM. TUESDAY, MARCH 24 STUDENT ART EXHIBIT - Abbott Memorial Library, Dexter. Dexter Regional High School Student Art through April 3. SANGERVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING - Community Room, Town Hall. 6:30 PM. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25 JEWISH SEDER - New Hope Baptist Church, 130 Spring St., Dexter. Noon. Oded & Bimini Cohen. 924-7419. “TASTE YOUR WAY TO BETTER HEALTH” Vegan cooking class. Seventh-Day Adventist Church 103 Spring St., Dexter. 478-2752. THURSDAY, MARCH 26 SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL JR - Dexter Regional High School. 7 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM. $3/ students & seniors, $5/adults. FRIDAY, MARCH 27 HIGHLANDS CLASSICAL TRIO PROGRAM - 116 E. Main St., Dover-Foxcroft. SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL JR - Dexter Regional High School. 7 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM. $3/ students & seniors, $5/adults. SATURDAY, MARCH 28 SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL JR - Dexter Regional High School. 2 PM, doors open at 1:30 PM. ALIZA JEAN FAMILY CANCER FOUNDATION FUNDRAISER - Harmony Community Center. 7 - 9 PM. By donation. Music by Sharon Hood & Dixon Road. EASTER PARTY - Garland Grange. 1 - 3 PM. SUNDAY, MARCH 29 Newport Chiropractic Center Triangle Plaza, Newport • 368-4318 Dr. Michael Saulter Specializing in the initial treatment & management of painful conditions of the neck, shoulders, back, hips & extremities. • Neck & Back Pain • Headaches • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome • Work Related Injuries • Tendonitis & Muscle Injuries • Sports & Recreational Injuries Caring for you naturally with: Manipulation ~ Exercise ~ Nutrition 1ST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF DEXTER – Next to Buds. Worship 10 AM. Speaker Bernice Martin. BROWNVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH - Palm Sunday. 9 AM. GUILFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Palm Sunday. 10 AM. PEOPLE’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Pritham Ave., Greenville Jct. Palm Sunday. 10 AM. TUESDAY, MARCH 31 NAMI FAMILY & FRIENDS SUPPORT GROUP - Borestone Room, Mayo Regional Hospital, DoverFoxcorft. every last Tuesday of the month. 6:30 - 8 PM. 924-7903 or 564-2393. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 ST. AGNES CHURCH - Adoration of The Holy Eucharist. 238 Detroit St., Pittsfield. 6 - 6:45 PM. DOVER-FOXCROFT HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING - Gerrish-Warren Meeting Room, Thayer Parkway. 7 PM. Elections. Dennis Lyford speaks. Most insurances include Chiropractic Coverage and are accepted. THURDAY, APRIL 2 Visit our new website at: NewportChiropracticCenter.net OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS & ST. AGNES CATHOLIC PARISHES – The Mass of the Lord. 7 PM at St. Thomas Aquinas, Dover-Foxcroft and St Agnes, Pittsfield. BROWNVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH - Maundy Thursday Worship Service & Communion 6 PM. GUILFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Holy Thursday Service. 6 PM. PEOPLE’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Pritham Ave., Greenville Jct. Maundy Thursday. 6 AM. Eastern Gazette Seasonal SERVICE DIRECTORY Advertisers: Please contact us by phone, email, U.S. mail, or friendly visit by Wednesday, March 25 if you need your Gazette Service Directory to run in April. Phone: 1-800-287-2295 Email: [email protected] Mail or visit: 97 Church Street Dexter ME 04930 FRIDAY, APRIL 3 GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE - The Passion of the Lord. 7 p.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas, Dover-Foxcroft & St Agnes, Pittsfield. DDATT FREE MOVIE NIGHT - Abbott Memorial Library, Dexter. “The Permaculture Orchard: Beyond Organic.” 6 PM. 277-4221. BROWNVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH - Good Friday Labrynth Noon - 3 PM. GUILFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH - Holy Friday. 6:30 PM. SATURDAY, APRIL 4 THE MASS OF THE RESURRECTION – St. Anne in Dexter. 8 PM. EASTER PIE SALE - Methodist Church of Dover-Foxcroft. 9 AM. $10. COMPASS is sponsored weekly by: The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage March 20 - 26, 2015 Births of local interest DOVER-FOXCROFT - The following births of local interest have been reported to The Eastern Gazette by the staff of Mayo Regional Hospital. A son, Owen Michael Tuttle, to Ashley Russell and Matthew Tuttle of Brownville on February 16, 2015. Wt. 7 pounds 2 ounces. A son, Joshua Michael Daugherty Jr., to Kelly and Joshua Daugherty of Dexter on February 19, 2015. Wt. 9 pounds 5 ounces. A daughter, Brookie Marie Lyn Gudroe, to Destiny Tibbetts and Michael Gudroe of Garland on February 27, 2015. Wt. 8 pounds 4 ounces. Page 11 INSPECTIONS AUTO - BIG TRUCKS - TRACTORS TRAILERS - MOTOR HOMES MOTORCYCLES BROOKS TIRE and AUTO Call 1-800-339-7149 • 924-7149 • 924-5884 www.BrooksAuto.com Emery’s MEAT & PRODUCE (BSEJOFSt"VHVTUBt/FXQPSU Tues. - Fri. 9 to 6, Sat. 9 to 4, Closed Sun. & Mon. '".*-:08/&%"/%01&3"5&%twww.emerysmeat.com Whole Boneless Pork Loins $ 1.99 Lb FRIDAY MORNING KIWANIS SPEAKER - Tri County Technical Center commercial truck driving instructor Vicki Kimball was the guest speaker at a recent Friday meeting of Dexter Sunrise Kiwanis. She was at one time a long haul truck driver and this is her second year at the Tech Center. 924-7402 1-800-287-2295 Golden Oak 1 39 sq. ft. 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Although many forms of exercise may aid in building bones, painless, gentle Tai Chi/Chi Gung movements have been used in conjunction with acupuncture as the foundation of medicine in China for centuries. Tai Chi/Chi Gung is popular still in China and now here in the United States. Besides helping to build bones and heal the entire body, Tai Chi is valuable for improving balance, which is so critical for preventing falls that can break bones. Fall prevention as people age is paramount to preserving health and full participation in life. The Skeleton Crew’s March meeting focused on nutrition using non-dairy calcium/mineral rich foods for bone strengthening. A luncheon of bone soup with kale, cannellini hummus sandwiches, toasted almonds, figs, and herbal, bone-building tea was enjoyed by those in attendance. Tai Chi is done in standing and sitting positions only. The attire is a pair of comfortable pants and shirt. 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Hardwood Products Company LP, PO Box 149, 31 School Street, Guilford, ME 04443. E.O.E. RENTALS FOR NEW IN-TOWN DEXTER APT TENANTS - 50% off 1st month, 10% off for next 5 months. One and Two Bedrooms. All utilities included. NO PETS. Call now for more information. 924-6867. DEXTER - 2 bedroom apartment available. Stove, refrigerator and heat included. No pets. 876-3713. POSITIONS AVAILABLE CNAs Day & evening shifts and part-time nurse Per Diem - Flexible Hours Shift & WeekendDifferentials Please contact: Dexter Health Care Kim Phillips, RN, DON 64 Park Street, Dexter, ME 04930 (207) 924-5516, Ext. 202 MEDICAL PROVIDERS NEEDED Sebasticook Family Doctors is seeking highly-skilled and compassionate Medical Providers for its Canaan, Dexter, Pittsfield, and Dover-Foxcroft practices. Ideal candidates will have an active Maine state license. 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Sebasticook Family Doctors is a Federally Qualified Health Center that has an excellent compensation and benefits package, including: i i i i i i i i Employer paid health, dental, short and long-term disability, life and AD&D insurances 401K plan, up to 5% matching employer contribution after 5 months of employment Generous vacation and sick time 1 Week paid continuing medical education time $3,000 per year to use for continuing medical education $1,000 per year for dues and subscriptions Licensure and DEA fees paid for by employer Incentives for meeting set benchmarks Please forward cover letter and resume to: Linmarie Goulette, Chief of Human Resources Sebasticook Family Doctors, 118 Moosehead Trail, Suite 5, Newport, ME 04953 (207) 355-3508 / [email protected] www.sebasticookfamilydoctors.org The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage March 20 - 26, 2015 RENTALS RENTALS FOR SALE REAL ESTATE DEXTER - Single apts. No pets, no smokers. Security deposit. Bryant Apartments. 924-3371. Please speak slowly & leave clear message. DOVER-FOXCROFT - 2 bdrm duplex, includes plowing and trash pickup. Available April 1. $650 plus security. Call 1-207717-6694. DEXTER - Mobile homes are all ready to move-in. Will owner finance. Homes stay in the park. Call 207-946-2085 or visit us online at www.ericsoncountrymhp. com. DEXTER - 3 bedroom ranch with attached garage. H.W. baseboard, hardwood floors, full basement. Completely remodeled. New kitchen, windows, doors, roof, vinyl soffit with metal trim. Excellent location. $117,500. Call 9247006. DOVER-FOXCROFT - 2-bdrm house on 2 acres. $600/mth plus deposit, references, & credit checks. No pets. 270-0888. DEXTER - 3 bdrm spacious mobile home. Recently updated, washer/dryer hook up, mud room, and deck. Walking distance to town. No pets. $650/month plus deposit. 277-5056. CHARLESTON - 1 bedroom apartment $700/month, everything included. Also includes internet and cable. 631-8371. CORINTH - 2-bdrm, 1 bath mobile home on private lot. No pets, no smoking. $650/mth. Utilities and heat not included. If interested call, 207-285-7520. HELP WANTED Seasonal Cashiers Apply in Person FOXCROFT AGWAY 76 North St., Dover-Foxcroft SPA & HOT TUB HOT TUB AND SPA SERVICE. We repair all brands of spas and hot tubs. We also repair steam and sauna. Call 277-3540. Please leave a message. REAL ESTATE DEXTER - 2 bedroom, 2 full bathroom mobile home on 18 acres. Heated, insulated garage and separate work shop. Fruit trees, woods, open space, and deer. Many updates. Clean. $92,500. Acres Away Realty. (207) 944-4479. /D*UDQJH6HOI6WRUDJH8QLWV 9x16 units at $65/month plus $65 deposit Email [email protected] or call LaGrange General Store at 943-0999. HELP WANTED TAXI DRIVERS wanted. Dexter and Newport area. Call 943-6001. FIREWOOD DEXTER - Firewood. No we are not out of business. Sawed, split & delivered. Call for prices. Stan White d/b/a M & S Firewood. 9246217. FIREWEOOD - sawed, split and delivered $200 per cord. Beech, rock maple, yellow birch and white ash. Limited supply. Call 717-4964. APARTMENTS FOR RENT TOWN OF CHARLESTON DEXTER: 58 Main St. 1BR apt., second ﬂoor. $555/mo. Heat, hot water & trash removal included. Spacious 1BR ground ﬂoor apt, $540/ mo. Heat & trash removal included. PUBLIC NOTICE DEXTER: 79 Maple St., cozy 1BR upstairs The Town of Charleston is accepting mowing bids at the Charleston Town Office through April 7, 2015. Bid forms with necessary information can be obtained from the Charleston Town Office or on the Charleston Recreation Department Facebook page INVITATION TO BID for Airport Improvements 7R,QFOXGH³5HFRQVWUXFWLRQRI7HUPLQDO$SURQ$SSUR[6)´DWWKH'H[WHU5HJLRQDO$LUSRUW'H[WHU0DLQH apt. $540/mo. Heat, hot water & trash removal included. DOVER-FOXCROFT: 109 Pleasant St. 1BR, ﬁrst ﬂoor apt. $595/mo. Heat, hot water & trash removal included. MILO: 3BR house for rent., Tenant pays for all utilities. $575/mo. 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FIFTH GENERATION LOGGING Great fuel prices coming right to your front door! 270-0524 Kennedy Plumbing LA NCASTER Maine Stump Removal 683.5525 Jeff McKenney (207) 368-5078 (207) 564-2186 or (207) 717-2901 www.jdraymond.com Stump Grinding RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL CROUSE BUILDERS Building Quality Homes for Over 30 Years Reliable References - Insured 876-2783 Sangerville 631-9587 Cell FIREWOOD Unseasoned 225/cord $ $ Kiln Dried 285/cord Cut, split & 2 cord loads delivered free in local area. Good Wood. certiﬁed measure. Doug Thomas • 277-3017 • ﬁ[email protected] Page 16 March 20 - 26, 2015 BAD CREDIT? NO PROBLEM! REBUILD YOUR CREDIT All you need is $1500 Income Proof of Residence Proof of Employment Call Marcus 487-5111 WANTED ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS DEXTER - Taste your way to better health! Welcome to our free vegan cooking class. Learn how to eat more veggies. “Haystacks” are fun to make, great for parties, teens love to make and eat them! All new recipes/ book drawing. March 25th at 6:30. Dexter Seventh-Day Adventist Church 103 Spring St. Dexter, ME. For information call 478-2752. FIDDLES (VIOLINS) for the new fiddle classes to be offered in the Guilford schools, grades K through 12. We will take fiddles of any size and in any condition. call 876-2919. SUNDAY DOVER-FOXCROFT - 11 a.m. Dover-Foxcroft Group @ Library. Rt. 15 - D/O SANGERVILLE - Women’s AA Discovery Group 12&12 @ Unitarian Universalist Church, 5:306:30pm NAMI MONDAY DOVER-FOXCROFT - NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Family and Friends Support Group meets on the last Tuesday of every month from 6:30 to 8:00 PM in the Borestone Room, Mayo Regional Hospital, Dover-Foxcroft. For more information call Beth at 924-7903 or Debbie at 564-2393. MILO – 7 p.m. Milo Discussion Group @ Methodist Church, Park St. – SP/D/O SERVICES HALL RENTAL - Parkman Grange Hall available for your spcial event. Full kitchen downstairs, open hall upstairs. Don 343-0274 for details. 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NOW BUYING USED FISHER® PLOWS Your Authorized Fisher her® Snowplow Dealer SALES & SERVICE For more info go to www.FisherPlows.com DETROIT MOTORS 17 SouthDetroitMain St., 257-2629 The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage March 20 - 26, 2015 M-F 8 to 6, Sat. 8 to 5 Page 17 Browse our Inventory at www.varneyvalue.com 384 Somerset Avenue, Pittsﬁeld Hours: Sales Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-6 PM, Sat. 8 AM-5 PM Service/Parts Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-5 PM 1-800-427-5115 • (207) 487-5111 Shop 24-7 @ www.varneychevrolet.com FIND NEW ROADS™ Just Off I-95 - Exit 150 VARNEY VANTAGE $OO3UHRZQHGYHKLFOHVVROGFRPHZLWK\HDUIUHHPDLQWHQDQFHIUHHRLOFKDQJHV WLUHURWDWLRQVPXOWLSRLQWLQVSHFWLRQZLWKHYHU\YLVLWORDQHUYHKLFOHVDQGFRXUWHV\VKXWWOHVHUYLFH $OOQHZYHKLFOHVFRYHUHG\HDUVE\9DUQH\9DQWDJH 7ZR\HDUVFRYHUHGE\*0DQGWKLUG\HDUFRYHUHGE\9DUQH\&KHYUROHW 1(: 2015 Chevrolet Silverado Dbl Cab 4x4 LT 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Ext 4x4 Z-71 #14137, 5.3 V-8, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Steering, Remote Start, Chrome Steps, HD Tow, Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $42,705 $ Varney Price 335,995 35 5,995 2014 Chevrolet Spark LT 114,995 14 4,995 995 #14091, V-8, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Steering, Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $49,385 $ Varney Price 18,995 18,995 Varney Price $ $ 21,995 21,995 2015 Chevrolet Equinox AWD LT #1276, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Steering, Remote Start, Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $29,815 #14097, 6.0 V-8, 4x4, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Steering, Remote Start, Rear Camera, MSRP $47,400 Varney Price 332,995 32 2,995 #14015, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $27,670 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Dbl Cab Z-71 LT 43,995 43,995 86(' $ $ 2014 Chevrolet let Impala #14035, 1.4L, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Navigation, Rear Camera, Remote Start, MSRP $23,690 $ 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 LS Varney Price Varney Price 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Eco #14094, 4cyl, Auto, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, MSRP $16,525 Varney Price #14158, 3.6 V-6, Power Windows, Power Locks, Tilt, Cruise, HD Tow, MSRP $35,245 40,995 40,995 Varney Price $ 26,995 26,995 All prices i include i l d rebates, business and dealer incentives. Tax and Title not included. 2014 Ford Taurus Limited Varney Price $ 20,995 2007 Chrysler Town & Country Varney Price $ 9,995 2011 Chevrolet Cruze LT Varney Price $ 11,995 P2502, V-6, Auto, Heated Leather, PW, PL, PS, Tilt, Cruise P2539A, V-6, Auto, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, 59,000 Miles P2457B, 4cyl, Auto, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Crew 4x4 LT 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe 4x4 LT 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Crew LT 2 Varney Price $ 31,995 P2504, V-8, P2504 V Auto, PW, PL, PS, Tilt, Cruise, HD Tow Varney Price Varney Price $ 15,995 P2501A, V-8, Auto, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, HD Tow $ 32,995 P2518, 4x4, 6.0 V-8, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, HD Tow Page 18 March 20 - 26, 2015 The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage Hartley’s USED VEHICLE SALE 2014 RAM 1500 CREW CAB 2014 DODGE DURANGO SXT 2014 DODGE CARAVAN AVP EXPRESS 4X4, STOCK #14496 AWD, STOCK #14157 STOCK #14145 2009 HONDA ACCORD LX-S COUPE #1305A, Sharp & Great MPG! MSRP DISCOUNT $39,960 -$7,961 2009 CHEVROLET MALIBU LT 2011 HYUNDAI ELANTRA SEDAN 2008 JEEP WRANGLER SAHARA 4X4 #1256S, Loaded, Sunroof, Sharp! #12448B, Auto, Great MPG #13393A, Summer Fun, Local Trade +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 31,999 $ MSRP DISCOUNT 2014 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB $38,375 -$5,063 $13,751 HARTLEY’S PRICE $13,864 2011 TOYOTA CAMRY SEDAN 2011 SUBARU LEGACY SEDAN AWD #13391B, Auto, Leather, Sunroof $ $37,500 -$5,675 33,312 +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 31,825 HARTLEY’S PRICE $14,603 33,676 2009 GMC SIERRA 1500 EXT. CAB SLE 4X4 #1316S, 5.3L V8, Very Clean MSRP DISCOUNT $ $21,190 -$2,860 MSRP DISCOUNT 2015 CHRYSLER 200 S AWD MEET HARTLEY’S SALES MSRP TEAM DISCOUNT $19,958 $24,985 -$3,333 $ 20,999 LEASE FOR $299 MSRP DISCOUNT /MO 29,827 Miles $26,931 HARTLEY’S PRICE +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 32,825 54,060 Miles HARTLEY’S PRICE $19,999 2011 RAM 350 SLT DUMP TRUCK 4X4 #120181A, Hemi, +DUWOH\·V Power Group 3ULFH 19,633 $24,480 $ -$4,847 2015 CHRYSLER T&C TOURING L, STOCK #50124 1R0RQH\'RZQ-XVW)LUVW3D\PHQW 19,356 Miles $37,500 $ -$4,675 2014 CHRYSLER 200 LTD 04 STOCK #50150 HARTLEY’S PRICE MSRP DISCOUNT 2011 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 CREW CAB LT 4X4 #13200A, V8, Auto, Power Options +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 18,330 $16,828 STOCK #50134 HARTLEY’S PRICE $18,929 #1294S, V8, Auto, Power Options HARTLEY’S PRICE 90,852 Miles 31,599 Miles 47,505 Miles 2011 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 CREW CAB LS 4X4 STOCK #14504 #1231S, Sahara, 6 Speed +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 4X4, STOCK #50265 $16,998 18,999 2008 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED 4X4 2015 JEEP COMPASS SPORT HARTLEY’S PRICE +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH #13283A, DVD System, Auto STOCK #50164 31,872 Miles $ 2010 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO 4X4 $36,430 $ -$2,754 MSRP DISCOUNT $22,113 -$3,114 2014 RAM QUAD CAB ST 51,050 Miles 2014 DODGE JOURNEY AVP HARTLEY’S PRICE MSRP DISCOUNT 4X4, #14340 42,802 Miles #1311S, Auto, Power Group MSRP DISCOUNT +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 2014 JEEP CHEROKEE LTD 4X4, STOCK #14504 69,087 Miles HARTLEY’S PRICE $ 35,418 Miles RU)LQDQFLQJ HARTLEY’S $26,997 $28,974 PRICE IRU0RQWKV 4,489 Miles HARTLEY’S PRICE $29,999 WR&KRRVH)URP +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 23,995 $29,920 $ -$5,925 Adam Friend Steve Hartley Owner Sales Manager Stk #50265. $13,491.90 residual value, $10,765.44 total of payments, 36 months, 10,000 miles a year, 25¢ a mile in excess of 10,000. Zero security deposit, includes tax & title. For qualified buyers only. Aaron Hawes Sales Manager Tom McDonald Sales Representative Shawn Richards Sales Representative Jim Martin Sales Representative MSRP DISCOUNT Mike Merrow Road Representative 368-5751 • 1-800-244-5563 www.hartleyschryslerdodgejeep.com MEET HARTLEY’S SALES DISCLAIMER: All artwork for illustration purposes only and may not represent actual vehicle color and trim level. All new & used vehicles advertised were in stock at the inception of design, Martin MTony Francisplease visit our website at Friend Aarontime Hawesit takes to Shawn Steve Hartley layoutTEAM & printing - some vehicles shown may haveAdam been sold during the printRichards & distribute. ForJimupdated current inventory, Sales Manager Sales Representative Sales Representative Sales Sales Representative Manager Owner WWW.HARTLEYSAUTOMALL.COM. All factory incentives were in effect at theSales time of printing on April 11, 2013 but are subject to change without notice -please see dealer for current rebate information, all prior sales excluded. All new vehicle offers expire April 30, 2013. We reserve the right to correct any mistakes discovered or reported after printing. MPG ratings are based on normal highway driving conditions- your mileage may vary. Not everyone will qualify for advertised rates, subject to credit approval. All new vehicle prices include factory rebates to dealer and All prices include all rebates and incentives to dealer when Chrysler Capital assistance is applicable. trade assistance if applicable. Photos for illustration purposes only, may not reflect actual vehicle color, equipment, or trim level - see dealer for complete details. www.hartleyscountry.com 368-5751 • 1-844-714-5751 7 7 +DUWOH\·V 3ULFH 32,999 100 11 $38,075 $ -$5,076 11 100 The Eastern Gazette * Your HomeTown AdVantage March 20 - 26, 2015 Page 19 Every Vehicle Sold Under Invoice!!! 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