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Biddeford Journal Tribune Sunday (Newspaper) - August 11, 2013, Biddeford, Maine Sunday August 11, 2013 student news family newcomers journal Tribune sunday a7 Fame boosts next step Grant to $1,000 Augusta a the finance authority of Maine is increasing the next step Grant match to $ 1,000 in an Effort to help Maine residents save and invest for future College expenses through the next Gen College investing plan according to a statement from Fame. Effective july 1, the next step Matching Grants lifetime maximum match amount will increase from $400 to $1,000. The Grant has changed to a 50 percent match on contributions up to $100 per year with a new lifetime maximum of $1,000. Current next Gen account holders May be eligible even if they have received Matching Grants before. To learn More about next Gen and Grant programs available for next Gen accounts Contact Fame at 800-228-3734 or visit . Fame is a quasi Independent state Agency that provides financial services to help Maine people and businesses pursue educational and business opportunities. Clark University announces honors Worcester mass. The following area residents have been named to first honors on the Clark University Deans list for the Spring 2013 semester Hannah r. Rush of Kennebunk Katharine l. Courville of Kennebunkport Adam Nye and Samuel c. Nye both of old Orchard Beach. The following area residents have been named to second honors on the Clark University Deans list Nathan m. Wuorio of Buxton Lydia a. Berry of Kennebunk Zoe m. Lafrance Armstrong of old Orchard Beach and Alexandra l. Macdonald of Saco. Students earn honors at Ynhu Manchester . A the following local students were named to the presidents list for the Spring 2013 semester at Southern new Hampshire University from Biddeford Jeremy Hayman Haeghen Howe and Renee Trottier from Buxton Elizabeth Wellman from Kennebunk Christopher Langlais from Kennebunkport Shannon Williamson from Lebanon Devon Hopson Teresa Horton and Alyssa Lafoe from Saco John Hubert from Sanford Shannon Briggs Mikaela Dwyer and Megan Kidder and from Wells Katherine Quint and Michael Wiggins. The following local students were named to the Deans list for the Spring semester at Ynhu Kyle Taylor of Biddeford James Malloch of Kennebunk Amanda Welch of Lebanon Kayla Gonneville of old Orchard Beach and Donald Roane of Sanford. Scontras named to Brandeis Dean s list Waltham mass. A Jennifer Mary Scontras daughter of Stanley and Mary Scontras of Saco was named to the Spring 2013 Deans list at Brandeis University. Scontras who graduated from Thornton Academy in 2011, will enter her Junior year in the fall. She is a double major in neuroscience and classical studies and is on a pre Medicine path. She is also a certified emergency medical technician in Maine and Massachusetts. Steele named to Wheelock Dean s list Boston a Asia Steele a Biddeford resident was recently recognized for excellent academic performance this past semester at Wheelock College and placed on the Deans list. Meserve named to Hofstra Dean s list Hempstead . A Paige Meserve of Saco has made the Spring 2013 Deans list at Hofstra University. She is majoring in English and religion. Martel graduates from Rochester Institute Rochester . Stephen Martel of Saco earned a bachelors degree in computer science when he graduated from Rochester Institute of technology recently. Rhode Island announces Dean s list Kingston . A the University of Rhode Island recently announced the following students qualified for the Spring 2013 Deans list Amber Rose Rollins of Lyman Steven e. Gates of Biddeford Kerry Marguerite Donnelly of Kennebunk Amanda Lee Gibbons of Saco and Charlie j. Green of Sanford. Boyle named to Assumption Dean s list Worcester mass. A Taylor Boyle of Wells class of 2014, has been named to the Deans list for the Spring 2013 semester at Assumption College. Carlin named to Tufts University Dean s list Medford mass. A Hannah Carlin of Lebanon class of 2015, was recently named to the Tufts University Deans list for the Spring 2013 semester. Local students named to Ulm Dean s list Burlington it. The following area students have been named to the Deans list for the Spring 2013 semester at the University of Vermont from Kennebunk Matthew l. Mason a senior majoring in latin Noah w. Vaccaro a first year student majoring in mathematics and Quinn c. Wilcox a Sophomore majoring in environmental studies Brittany l. Gallant of Limington a Junior majoring in sociology and Emily t. Knight of Wells a Junior majoring in studio Art. Students graduate from Ithaca College Ithaca . A the following local residents received degrees during the commencement ceremony at Ithaca College in May Nicole Hilton of Saco graduated with a degree in integrated marketing communications and Christopher Paige of Kennebunk graduated with a degree in business administration. Hoag named to Ithaca Dean s list Ithaca . A Sarah Hoag of Alfred was named to the Deans list at Ithaca College for the Spring 2013 semester. She is a performance and music education major. Christian named to Loyola Dean s list Baltimore my. A Rachel Christian a member of the class of 2015 from Saco has been named to the Spring 2013 Deans list at Loyola University Maryland. Local residents graduate from mass Lowell Lowell mass. A the Fol lowing local students received diplomas at mass Lowell a 2013 commencement exercises May 18 at the Tsongas Center on Campus Ian f. Heller of Sanford and George Sevigny of Shapleigh. Oosterman named to St. Rose Dean s list Albany . A Elyse Oosterman of Kennebunk was named to the Deans list for the Spring 2013 semester at the College of Saint Rose. Jolee Clark Scarborough Shylah and Charity Clark of Scarborough welcomed their daughter Jolee Clark on july 27 at Maine medical Center in Portland. Jolee weighed 6 pounds 7 ounces. She was also welcomed by grandparents Cindy Knox of Biddeford Nancy Smith of Windham Brian Knox of Biddeford and Don Clark of Florida and great grandparents Madelyn Clark of Stuart fla., Sylvia Andrews of Naples and or. And mrs. Carroll guest of Sebago. Robert George Valade Matthew and Elise Hoyt Valade of Cherokee okla. Welcomed their son Robert George Valade at int gris Bass Baptist health Center july 16. Robert weighed 8 pounds 2 ounces. He was also welcomed by grandparents Ann Marie Valade of Biddeford and Russell and Kristine Mrowka Hoyt of Arundel and great grandparent Florence Webster Hoyt of Saco. Births Smyc Delaney Jane Flaherty daughter of Evan and Katie Arsenault Flaherty of old Orchard Beach born May 28. Thomas Lee Wynne jr., son of Thomas and Amanda Hatt Wynne of Saco born july 6. Ryan cabe Farrell and Michael a a Mack cabe Farrell sons of Michael and Jodie cabe Farrell of Kennebunk born july 8. Graham Michael Tremblay son of Matthew and Eliza Price Tremblay of Biddeford born july 8. Desiree Lynn Roberts daughter of Dylan Roberts and Tonya Cormier of Sanford born july 8. Joseph Mothana son of Alaa farther Rikan and Mothana Kahlan Alnaimi of Biddeford born july 8. Cheyanne Elaine Marie Rocray daughter of Brian Rocray or. And Meagen Pinette of Waterboro born july 9. Liam Joaquin Caffyn son of Sean and Lisa Ballestas Caffyn of Biddeford born july 10. Kiley Hannah Rossignol daughter of Zachary Mackeil and Victoria Rossignol of Biddeford born july 12. Alana Sophia Jones daughter of Victor Jones and Stephanie White of Arundel born july 12. Jeremiah Baires Amaya Winn son of Aaron and Ashley Meserve Winn of Waterboro born july 12. Liam Paul Bernard son of Graig and Carrie Boissonneault Bernard of Biddeford born july 12. Michael David May son of Kenneth and Kaitlin Quimby May of Limerick born july 15. Danielle Patricia Clay daughter of Patrick and Michelle Littlefield Clay of Wells born july 16. Mckenna Roxanne Frenette daughter of John and Jacquelyn Peterson Frenette of old Orchard Beach born july 16. Goodall Hospital Braylon Alexander Woodruff son of Keith Allen Woodruff and Beth Jessica Ham of Sanford born july 18. Scarlett Lynn Hoyle daughter of Matthew David Hoyle and Ashley Lynn Hunter of Waterboro born july 19. Kelsi Marie Saucier daughter of Brett William and Brittany Morse Saucier of Sanford born july 23. Ryan Carl Andrews jr., son of Ryan Carl and camry Alaina Dyer Andrews of Limerick born july 23. Delilah Rose Latella daughter of Chris and Melissa Latella of East Waterboro born july 24. Miles David Brown son of Kyle Brown and Alison Nobert of Sanford born july 25. Cassandra Marie Riley daughter of Richard Riley and Ariel Arnette of Sanford born july 26. 1 11 s m1 j i a a a. A.31. ilk a so Bill a a pfc a a. Al y 1 w App a a pm us a a up Hamim photo creamy lobster enchiladas Are a great new Way to incorporate Maine s seafood Staple. A twist on Maine lobster i have no idea what took me so Long to write about lobster this year. I would like to make up for the delay by offering this beautifully Flavoured cheesy and spicy Crunchy and tangy creamy and. A huh enough already this recipe for creamy lobster enchiladas is a keeper. Start with the sauce. Jalapeno Cream sauce 2 Teaspoons Oil 1 Teaspoon minced garlic in Oil 1 Tablespoon chopped Jalapeno Pepper 2 Tablespoons thinly sliced Green onions 3 cups vegetable Broth 2 cups heavy Cream in a Large Skillet or deep Saucepan add Oil garlic Jala Peno and Green onions and Cook Over medium heat for two minutes. Increase temperature to medium High. Add vegetable Broth and continue cooking until Broth is reduced by half about 8-10 minutes. Add Cream and reduce to half once again about 5-6 minutes. Remove from heat. Lobster enchiladas 2 cups chopped lobster meat 3 cups shredded Monterey Jack cheese divided 1 Tomato seeded and diced 1 Small Green Bell Pepper diced Small 2 cups whole Kernel Corn 1 Tablespoon Lemon juice 2 Teaspoons chopped fresh Cilantro 1/4 Teaspoon Marjoram six 8-Inch tortillas stir lobster half the cheese in v the Yankee chef Jim Bailey Tomato Bell Pepper Corn Lemon juice Cilantro and Marjoram into the warm sauce and set aside. Preheat broiler and position rack at least three inches from heat source. Fill each Tortilla with an even amount of the lobster mixture Roll and place in a broiler pan seam Side Down. Repeat with All Tortilla shells. Evenly spread remaining cheese Over the tops of the rolled up tortillas and Broil 2-3 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the exposed tortillas Are crispy. Remove and enjoy hot. A chef Jim Bailey is the Yankee chef and an authority on new England food and its history. He is a respected food columnist from Maine and is married with four children. You can email questions or comments to amp Al. Com and visit theyan Keechel. . Send announcements to or fill out our forms online at . After care options for dual income families in a perfect world school and work hours would run concurrently. But the average school Day begins at 8 00 . And continues until 3 00 ., while the average work Day lasts from 8 00 . To 5 00 As a result parents must arrange for child care during those hours when school is out but mom and dad Are still at work. Many schools offer programs both before and after school Many of which Are reasonably priced. This helps dual income families but May not be practical during Early release Days during teacher planning Days or Holiday Breaks. After school programs some children Are enrolled in care centers that watch children before school bus them to school and then return in the afternoon to pick up the children again. This is one of the More costly options in child care. However it May be More educationally structured than the care programs provided at school. Students who participate in sports or academic clubs May have an arrangement to stay with a teacher coach or club administrator until their parents Are Home from work. Amp dual income families often have to make difficult choices about child care. If a Mother returned to work shortly after giving birth Day care was probably arranged Early on. According to the . Census Bureau in 2010, 48 percent of children Ages 0 to 4 with employed mothers were primarily cared for by a relative. Twenty four percent spent the majority of their time in a Center based arrangement. As children grow and attend elementary school traditional Day care is usually not an option and parents have to make other arrangements. Programs that help parents before school typically allow working parents to drop off their children before the parents head to work. The students Are kept in the school s gym or cafeteria until the regular school Day begins. The same scenario applies to after school programs. At dismissal aftercare students will return to the designated location to work on Homework or engage in some activities with other after care participants until their parents arrive to take them Home. Well help her take her first Steps. St. Louis child development Center a program of Catholic charities accepting children 6 weeks 7 years monday Friday 6 30 am 5 30 pm 229 Pool Street a Biddeford me 04005 Call today 207-282-3790 or visit mind 8 imn sete educational by rate no use m�n4 <4 to troop pm upcoming events program benefits stale licensed preschool classroom education gymnastics included pm enrolling for 20i.v-20m Mon. Sept 9 meet a greet1 shuts oct Al halloween hush l a Lune 11 graduation1 let us Oaks gymnastics 9 Pomerleah St. Biddeford. Me Mimi 10? 2ws-v>85 ska Rotts Duj care 985-3483 Kennebunk v \ 24 years exp

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