Workers completed repairs to the Marginal Way in early January and the path has now been reopened. Tons of carefully-selected stones were used to repair the chasm walls of the area known as “Devil’s Kitchen.” The near $70,000 in construction … Continue reading
New & Noteworthy
Paul Breen, president of the board of the Marginal Way Preservation Fund (MWPF), presented a check in the amount of $3,470 to Helen Horn, Chair of Ogunquit’s Marginal Way Committee, bringing to $4,885 the total contributions to the committee in … Continue reading
The Marginal Way takes center stage for the Leavitt Theater official season kick-off with the free screening of the new film from the Marginal Way Preservation Fund, “Marginal Way: A Timeless Place” followed by the 1973 documentary, “The Marginal Way” … Continue reading
The Garden Party August 17 at the home of Board Members John Phinney and Cynthia Shea-Phinney generated more than $31,000 in charitable contributions for the Marginal Way Preservation Fund (MWPF), according to President of the Board Paul Breen. “A wine toss … 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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