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Biddeford Journal Tribune Sunday (Newspaper) - February 9, 2014, Biddeford, Maine Sunday february 9, 2014 family journal Tribune sunday a7 student news line announces local Deans list students editors note Deans list announcements submitted by students will be printed As they Are received in addition to this list provided by Une. Biddeford a the University of new England announced the following students were named to the Deans list for the fall 2013 semester from Alfred Tori Doty from Arundel Austin Grieg and Emily Richard from Berwick Molly Allinson Haley Brooks and Kara Mckinnon from Biddeford Stephanie Ackerson Samantha Baker Nicole Baker Michelle Barrette Emily Bernard so Gerel Chi Buren Jodi Chiumento Caitlin Coen Ryan Curran Sean Curry Lauren Doughty Stephanie Duval Ca Sandrey Fickett Kristine Franklin Lisa Gormady Tasha Harper Danny Huy Cassandra Kimball Kathleen Labbe Nicholas Leblond Marina Lebreux Kaylee Lecavalier Jason Litalien Renaldo Louw Allison Martin Nicolette Matteau Maxwell Metayer Aimee Michaud Mallory Morin Brittany Nadeau Molly Orlando Amelie Petersen Kelly Sawyer Cari Tillson Craig Vermette Alexis Wells and Angelina Woodbury from Dayton Luke Libby Emma waterhouse from Eliot Rebecca Green Kathryn Marshall and Victoria Thistle from Hollis Center Cole Swancott from Kennebunk Cameron Cain Nicholas Gross Emily Harrison Benjamin Johnson Ashley Kadlik John Lyden Abriana Micca Kristina Michaud Gina Newsome Shevaun Schulte Janelle Sherman Sasha Thivierge Bonney Sarah Thomson Elizabeth Whitmore and Spenser Wood from Kennebunkport Erin Bibber and Ashley Harrison from Kittery Kayla Alaimo Holly Huntress Kaitlen Mccluskey and Nathan Westman from Lebanon Hilary Allen Phillip Atherton Jessica Demers Allison Sillon and Matthew St. Jean from Limerick Kayleigh Neyer and Michelle Pellegrino from Limington Natasha Vayda and Alexandra Vayda from Lyman Sarah Boudreau Richard Burns Jazmyn Ireland Brooke Lefebvre and Robyn Waugh from North Berwick Mylic Anderson Cody Duckworth Jenna Foley and Anna Pomerleau from old Orchard Beach Michael Allan Victoria Bryan Victoria Burns Kelly Christiansen Peter Hobart Michelle Johnson and Jenna births Sharrow from Saco Taxiarhia Arabatzis Elbe Arsenault Alyssa Bourque Jessica brancely Stephen Butland Thomas Cote Abbey Farrington Cody Frank Sydney Giroux Meaghan Hamel Jessica Hines Samantha Hockridge Emily Mitchell Cody Nadeau Stephanie pare Krystal Pierson addle Saunders Samantha Schildroth and Kathryn Sullivan from Sanford Tanya Butts Lindsay Calcaterra Kayla Cote Hillary Cusack Rebekah Erwin Beth Giguere my Tien Lam Taylor Littlefield Jennifer Livinston Warren Morley Heidi Pepin Elizabeth Rancourt and Devyn Talbot from Shapleigh Nicole Smith from South Berwick Joshua Allen and Bryan Raksi from Springvale Justin Brewer Heidi Dubois Allison Jackson and Jessica Pray from Waterboro Jessica Bennett Kathleen Duffy Kelsey Harfoush Miranda Gerry Emma Nobles and Kegan White from Wells Ashlie Ayotte Kaitlin Devlin Madison Moore Nikita Naumowicz Molly Philbrick and James Preo from West Buxton Lan Corbett Jamilyn Niman and Whitney Porter and from York Renee Connearney Rachel Lee Victoria Lund Victoria stocks and Brittany Wong. Smyc Cora Diane Cantara daughter of Carl and Cassie Pelletier Cantara of Wells born Jan. 23. Hannah Lynn Gagne daughter of Bryan and Emily Godan Gagne of Saco born Jan. 24. Hannah Dorothy Morris daughter of Brandon and Samantha Abbott Morris of Biddeford born Jan. 26. Jayden Gerard Newcomb son of David Newcomb and Holly Myers of Wells born Jan. 26. Blake Richard Fortier son of Richard and Bethany Mccallum Fortier of Biddeford born Jan. 26. Dylan Robert Lizotte son of Jonathan and Shannon Lamb Lizotte of Saco born Jan. 27. Jacob Sophia Burgess son of James Burgess and Sophab Phal of West Newfield born Jan. 29. Mason Corey Moreau son of Benjamin Moreau and Hayleigh Cabana of Acton born Jan. 30. Time train from Page a6 Skylar rustled in her seat. A the second Stop a she murmured and stood up. A nothing scary a Zach said but his voice was drowned out by the pounding of paws As a pack of wild mangy coyotes ran straight for the door. Skylar jumped Back toward him and dog named worm from Page a6 but she did no to have the Leash attached to my Collar. I was roaming ahead of her sniffing away at the Sand. When i looked up i saw a flock of seagulls pecking at bugs in the Sand. I looked Back at Mommy and then i just ran. Now when i run in real life in a kind of fast but can to run very far. In a definitely not As fast As Oscar nor can i run far like he can. But in my dream i was running faster than Oscar and farther too. In a sure i could have outrun a cheetah that show fast i was running. So i was running at the gulls and they flew away. I kept running after them and Barking. My bark sounded so loud on the wide open Beach. I started to realize there were no humans on the Beach. Even Mommy had disappeared. Then in the Corner of my Eye i spotted an empty Beach the two cowered together. A shut a she screamed. A close the doors a the doors made a hitching sound but did no to close. The coyotes raced closer eyes flashing and slobber dripping from their lips. They smelled of death. Then As if they too sensed the dangers the doors snapped Blanket and a cooler that was wide open. I turned my path toward that cooler and ran faster than Ever. When i got to the Blanket i shoved my head right into the cooler to see what i could find. The cooler was full of delicious food. There was Bacon and chocolate and Peanut butter and apples and bananas and cheese and bread and cookies and Chicken and beef Jerky. I knocked the cooler onto its Side and All the contents spilled out. As soon As the contents were on the Blanket i started eating. I ate All the Bacon. Then i ate the chocolate. The Peanut butter was next with a hunk of a banana. I ripped a hunk of bread from the loaf and then nibbled on some cheese. I daintily Tore through the packaging of the beef Jerky and ate that too. I kept on chewing and chewing until there was no More to Chew. When All the food was gone i rolled onto my Back and fell into a deep sleep. Shut. One Coyote bounced against the train with a Dull thud followed by a whimper. The rest of the pack paced the platform tipping and panting. It seemed an age before the train started rolling again. A Megan Frazer Blakemore is a writer living in Southern Maine. Find her online at wow. . The dream ended when i heard Mommy say a emr. Worm its time to get up. Time for i was nervous for just a minute. I thought she would be mad that i ate All that food. But i looked around me and realized i was still on the bed still in Mommy a room. The Beach and All the food was just a dream. Mommy May have thought it funny to watch my legs kick and hear the muffled yelps and then notice my jaw moving. I thought it was pure dreamland Bliss. Well friends Farewell until next time. A Emma Bouthillette is a writer who lives in Biddeford. She was inspired to write children a stories by her real dog worm who is actually close to 12 years old. She said he a full of spunk though and has taught her Many lessons since she adopted him in Lune 2012. Rookie mama from Page a6 big boy room the trial in question being his curtains. The material we originally Hung in his windows turned out to be a bit too Light perhaps More suitable for Maria von Trapps summer line of clothing. It made the room Bright enough to drink Tea with Jam and bread but was useless to Block out any Light during Nap time. After i finally figured out that the rooms brightness made him so restless during that napping test run i switched out the curtains for his Darker ones from the Nursery and voila the sleepy effect set in and Nap time was victorious. This big change was really a bigger Deal for my husband and me than for him. To our Little Guy a bed was a bed. For us the thought of our son on a real bed and Box Spring that looks like its to feet off the ground with no guard rails and free roam of the room was terrifying. If putting him in his own room at a couple months old Felt like moving him to College then putting him in a new room with a big bed Felt like moving him into his own House. There was really no turn ing Back. But any initial concerns we had were quickly expunged from our minds As my husband and i realized that our boy had made the adjustment successfully. He slept Well therefore we slept Well. We be now checked that achievement off the list. This can Only mean one thing that while Back at the ranch one baby is quickly growing in the womb and losing real estate our 2-year-old baby is quickly growing up too. Home a it week open House sunday feb. 9 a 12-2 7 Robin Circle Biddeford Well maintained 4 by 2 a Home with year round sunroom $274,900 directions Granite Street to Alison Street straight onto Robin Circle. I i my Untim brow race Kristie Lilly associate broker 207 229-7124 in u Call your journal Tribune and rep to have your and in this special Section. Great a be Tref we now do extractions and dentures in the same office. Book your appointment today Ca it noir to Jim oat about oar if rent promotion we accept Maine care aspire and care credit 291 Alfred Street Biddeford a 286-9500 new England denture Center of Biddeford these grits get a boost from new England Staples like apples and Maple syrup with a Side of homemade sausage. Jim Bailey photo add a Little new England to your grits recently i shared a recipe for homemade sausage that was both tasty and contained much less fat and calories than you can find in prepared pork sausages. This week i have the perfect pair for those sausages that is a traditional Southern dish grits made my Way of course. With Good old Cheddar cheese and apples not to mention Maple syrup this is a great Way to taste your first grits. Normally Bland grits Are made creamier using milk instead of water and the cheese shines through beautifully although it May be despised by southerners. And yes i did say Orange Cheddar. Do you honestly think it is yellow White will also do but Orange gives it aesthetic Appeal. New England style sausage and Quick grits 2 a cup Low fat milk 1/2 cup White grits 1/2 Teaspoon Salt 1/4 Teaspoon Black Pepper i i cup shredded Orange Cheddar cheese 8 Turkey sausage links i Large Apple cored and Cut into slices 3 Tablespoons Maple syrup in a Saucepan add milk and grits. Bring to scalding Over High heat whisking almost con stantly. Reduce heat to Low before it boils and stir in Salt and Pepper. Cover and simmer 4-6 minutes or until it has thickened stirring occasionally. Add the cheese stir and remove from heat replacing lid. After a few minutes remove lid to stir the cheese until melted. While the grits Are cooking Cook your sausage links Over medium heat. When done Drain and add the Apple slices. Continue cooking sausages and apples until apples Are just barely done. Drizzle Maple syrup Over sausages and apples stir to Combine. Divide grits evenly among four serving plates adding equal amounts of Apple slices and sausage links and serve. 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 theyan Keechel Al. Com and visit . Yankee chef Jim Bailey Aveda color highlights skin care make up manicures pedicures facials waxing lash tinting hair extensions amp lash extensions now available 6 common Street Pepperell Square Saco a 282-2528 j h a i r s Al o n your hair color specialists

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