Monthly Archives: December 2011

Did you know…


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A small sampling of Dominik Sasim’s collection Did you know that one of our lapel pins is on its way to Warsaw, Poland right now to be included in a museum pin collection held by Mr. Dominik Sasim?  We were contacted by Mr. Sasim last week requesting a Concord Point Lighthouse…  
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“The Lighthouse Endeavor”


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Little River Lighthouse in Cutler, Maine has embarked on a unique educational program.  Bill Kitchen, the designated ‘Light Keeper’ and longtime volunteer at the lighthouse, will live alone at the lighthouse (located on a remote island) for a year and share his experiences in various ways, including a blog: http://thelighthouseendeavor.com/keepers-log/ Apparently,…  
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Volunteer Soup Night


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Jim Dryden, President, and Matilda O’Neill (Susan Wooden) Shawn Saez and his wife, Carol chat with Matilda Matilda O’Neill (Susan Wooden) Our youngest volunteer! Last night, we had a wonderful reception honoring our amazing volunteers! This year, they put in over 650 hours working at the tower and the museum gift…  
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Donations and Gift Giving


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 This is just a sampling of the prints donated by Mr. Brooks All contributions to the Concord Point Lighthouse are important and appreciated, whether they are monetary or in-kind gifts.  Recently, we were given a wonderful gift of lighthouse prints and posters.  Bob Brooks, a Life Member, donated multiple prints…  
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 Fanny Mae Salter cleaning the lens at Turkey Point, 1945. image found http://www.uscg.mil/history/people/salters01.asp There are two articles of interest in the Nov/Dec issue of Lighthouse Digest.  One highlights the work of Keeper Fanny Mae Salter.  She served at the Turkey Point Lighthouse after her husband passed away in 1925. …  
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Concord Point Lighthouse has a blog!  This next year promises to be very interesting for the lighthouse and keeper’s dwelling so check back often for more information.  In the meantime, have a wonderful holiday season and visit the lighthouse to see it decked out in all of its holiday finery!


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