Jeanne Roche, a graduate of the University of Miami, completed certification at Boston University in Professional Fundraising. She brings familiarity with the Marginal Way Preservation Fund, having served as the community’s Recreation Director for 8 years. She brings 3 decades … Continue reading
New & Noteworthy
The Marginal Way Preservation Board of Directors Welcomes Jeanne C. Roche as their Executive Director
Marginal Way Preservation Fund President Paul Breen recently presented Helen Horn, Chairperson of Ogunquit’s Marginal Way Committee a check for $ 1,891.45 received from the blue donation boxes on the Marginal Way. The tax-deductible contributions from the community’s visitors and … Continue reading
Native plants are those species that either arrived in Maine without human intervention, perhaps thousands of years ago, or originated here. Non-native species were brought intentionally for horticultural or other uses, or came accidentally in ships’ ballasts, crop seed or … Continue reading
It was a glorious sunshiny day, the last Saturday in May. There were small groups of walkers on our Marginal Way enjoying the explosion of pink sea roses, the blue sky, the sound of the ocean, and the wonderful smell … 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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