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Page 6 Hollis Brookline Journal Friday, March 19, 1999 WILTON--Andy's Summer programs, call 593-2151. Playhouse will hold auditions for The 1999 'Season of the Cen- i 1999season on Saturday, March tury' kicks off with "Seven," a 21 and Sunday, March 28. transcontinental mystery-thriller- Auditions for the following comedywrittenbyJoanSand.It's productions are open to any child a modern-day mystery a la The 919; no prior experience neces- Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew for sary, and no audition preparation the Millennium. Showing June 30- r uired. July 10. For an audition appointment "The Wind Sniffer and Other or for more information on Andy's Prophecies" transports us to a Letters to the ,i I I Coverage was inflammatory Fr6m Page 4 thee future. Their opponents, An- gela McCoy and Bob Bader, did the same. I would like to congratulate those candidates who won. For tile most part, I found the cam- paigns to be clean, well reasoned and productive. There will always e st a fringe group of supporters for any candidate, who will invoke negative ideas and rumors. How- e er, these individuals aside, the residents of Brookline were wit- ness to the success of democracy in action. :This newspaper would have better served its readers by cov- ering the two candidate forums, discussing the many issues facing our town. Instead, neither forum was covered, and election results were tarnished with un- necessary labels and divisive commentary. I have characterized the dis- sension in town, similar to two sib- lings fighting. Eventually, it doesn't really matter who is right or wrong, both will be punished until the fighting stops. In this case, Brookline has been pun- ished enough, and it's time we all swallow some pride and take a positive step forward. Please sup- port those that have been elected, hope for their success, and do not savor or take pleasure when some inevitable failures or mistakes occur. Lastly, it is time this news- paper and the residents of Brookline focus on taking down the walls that separate neighbors. Walk up and shake the hand of someone that you have disagreed with and say a few words to those you've avoided. I'll take that step, and I ask others to follow. TIM McCOY Brookline 6 small town somewhere ... a tran- quil time. Suddenly, a mysterious prediction arrives by way of a mysterious messenger -- does everyone believe it? Written by Elizabeth Levy. Showing July 16- 25. In honor of the Millennium, Andy's is remounting "Happy Ending," a project especially tai- lored for the teen-aged audience and actor. A group of characters straight out of the fairy tale pan- theon-- among them King Midas, Hansel and Gretel, Rumpel- stiltskin and of course, a fairy god- mother -- all embark on a world tour that will end on a remote is- land in the Pacific, the first place on earth to celebrate midnight 2000. Written by Sharon Hayes and Robert Lawson. On tour July 22-25, at the playhouse July 29- Aug. 1. This year's touring show intro- duces "Fhe Adventures of Tintin," after the story by Herg , adapted by Eric Weinberger. Our young hero embarks on a mystical ad- venture into the realms of archae- ology, legends and ancient curses, along with a marvelous cast of characters. Look for local perfor- mances in towns throughout southern New Hampshire J uly 19- Aug. 1, and at the Playhouse Aug. 2. For the second season, Andy's will create an original hour-long video project created for and by teenagers, titled "The White Al- bum." Every generation has its defining m6ments and as the cen- tury grinds to its close, these be- come the touchstones of our memory and the definition of our lives. "The White Album" looks at one such defining moment, and considers its impact on the micro- cosm of an individual life. Writ- ten by Jonathan Glatzer and Robert Lawson. Screenings at the Playhouse July21 and Aug. 18,1:30 p.m.. Look for additional local screenings in your area. This year's musical is "Haroun and the Sea of Stories," after the story by Sal man Rushdie, adapted by Robert Lawson. Haroun's fa- ther is a storyteller, but following a devastating personal insult, he loses his gift. Showing Aug. 12 through Aug. 23. Other programs at Andy's this summer include the John C. Russell Playwright's Lab and the Young Director Lab. open to chil- dren interested in working with professional pla: a,,Tights and the- ater artists to write and]or direct short plays which are produced at Andy's Lab Fest Aug. 16 and 17; a four-week Conservatory Training Program offering nuts and bolts classes in voice, physi- cal work, imprm, audition tech- niques, singing and basic acting skills; a behind-the-scenes ap- prentice program for children 11 years and older: and one-week theater-skills workshops in Amherst, Hillsborough, Peterbor- ough, Milford, Hollis and Rindge. 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Brookline; 12 She was born Oct. 25, 1906 in great-grandchildren; Sandown, a daughter of the late Ernest W. and Adelaide (Segee) Nye. There are Mrs. Ward had been a resident of Brookline for most of her life. da , March 22 at She had attended schools in Brookline Church Kingston. She was a member of Puritan Pine Grove Cemeter$, Charity Themis Chapter 29, Order Donations in of Eastern Star, Milford, the may be ma( Brookline Grange and the Healthcare Brookline Church of Christ_ Activities Fund, 40 She was predeceased by her Milford, NH 0 Sh husband, Roy V. Ward, who died The Smith March 14,1995, and two grandchil- Home, Milford, is dren. rangements. Tilsley--Likowski Karen Tilsley of Hollis and David Tilsley of Hudson an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Erin, to Riki Likowski of Nashua. He is the son of Rich and Liz Likowski of Linden, N.J. Miss Tilsley graduated in 1989 from Billerica (Mass.) Memorial High School and in 1997 from Hesser College, where she stud- ied criminal justice. She is an in- dependent contractor in Nashua. Mr. Likowski graduated from school in Hillsboro, NJ., in 1980. He is a barber and the o ner,, of Hollis Country Cuts. They are planning a May 29, 1999 wedding, ki Erin Riki ! mmmlmm Your best source for local arts and ent( HOLLIS BROOKLINE JOURI L nEu We Cater To etmE • Wisdom Teeth • Cosmetic Bonding • X.Rays (Panoramic) • Sealants • Children's Dentistry From intimate gardens to master plans, including patios, arbors, stone walls, paths-." Trust expert horticulturiSt, Doug Gagne, to create the gardens of your dreams. The Mixed Border Nursery offer~ comptet~ gardening services: • -" Consultation and design "" ,,, Ine'r..allal:,ion ,., ~ MainCenanc~ ~ THE MIXED BORDER NURSERY AND GARDgNS 363 PINE HILL ROAD HOLLIS, NEW HAMPSHIRE 603.882.5538