Paul Wolf, president of Kennebunk Savings Investment Services and newly-elected member of the Board of the Marginal Way Preservation Fund (MWPF), presented a check in the amount of $725 to Catherine Palmer, Executive Director of the MWPF, as part of … Continue reading
New & Noteworthy
News Center 6′s Kelsey Fabian recently took a stroll along the Marginal Way as part of their “Let’s Catch Kelsey” segment. Kelsey recognizes the Marginal Way as Ogunquit’s “hidden gem.” Watch the second video on the page below for an … Continue reading
While we tabulate the total donations from our successful Garden Party fundraiser, August 17, at the summer home of John Phinney and Cynthia Shea-Phinney in Ogunquit, please enjoy these splendid public photos by our photographer, Dave Dostie. If you recognize … Continue reading
The Town of Ogunquit has owned the Marginal Way 89 years. We celebrated the date in August at the Anchorage by the Sea. For the Marginal Way’s 90th Birthday, we have launched an inaugural, restricted fund program called the “Century Club” This is an annual $100 … Continue reading
Maintenance of The Marginal Way
A Partnership that worksOgunquit, by virtue of its Town Charter, is obligated to maintain the Marginal Way. It is assisted in this effort by the Ogunquit Marginal Way Committee and the Marginal Way Preservation Fund, Inc. (MWPF).
The MWPF, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, has established a permanent endowment fund to aid the town with grants to help defray the costs associated with major renovation projects to maintain and preserve the Marginal Way.
Soon after announcing our "Virtual Deed" donor program, dozens of Marginal Way friends ordered their customized, framed "Virtual Deeds" to a favorite spot along the Marginal Way in Ogunquit. Give a Virtual Deed to someone you love. Mail us a check for $200 (or use Paypal). Include the name of your loved one (or in honor of someone) and the vicinity or Parcel Number (a birthdate?) that you want "conveyed."
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