As a result of very serious storm damage to a section of the Marginal Way, your help is greatly needed to repair it. For years, the area known as “Devil’s Kitchen,” the hairpin turn between Lobster Point and the high knoll, has been worn … Continue reading
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The Marginal Way Preservation Fund announces the availability of a few remaining Executive Edition, signed and matted giclee prints of Maine Artist Mary Byrom’s “Dusk on the Marginal Way” seen here. There were only 25 produced. You could be one … Continue reading
The third annual Wine Dinner fundraiser, October 11, at Katie’s on Shore Road, generated more than $3,500 for preservation of the Marginal Way, according to Ben Hershenson, Vice-President of the nonprofit board and sponsor of the event. Some 40 guests donated … Continue reading
Donations exceeded $11,000 on September 8 at a fundraiser hosted by Richard and Barbara O’Leary, at their home on Ontio Way in Ogunquit. Contributions were dedicated to the Marginal Way Preservation Fund. The Thomas Snow Duo provided live music and … Continue reading
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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