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|1st Row - Teacher Miss Rolloff||
|1.||1. Ralph Estes||1. Josie Ross|
|2. Clarence Bowen||2.||2. Ruth Hamilton|
|3. Agnes Webber||3. Lula Grannell||3. Delia Bennett|
|4. Lenore Bennett||4.||4. Louise Hamilton|
|5.||5. Inez Hamilton||5. Georgia Hamilton|
|6.||6.||6. Blanche Brewer|
|7. Hattie Curit||7.||7. Florence Trufant|
|8. Winnie Estes||8. Ethel Curit||8. Linda Hamilton|
|9. Emma Estes||9. Jennie (Lincoln) Hamilton||9. Ethyl Hamilton|
|10. Statie Hamilton||10. Lillian Grannell||10.|
|11. Carl Grannell||11. Fannie Johnson||11. Bessie Hamilton|
|12. Clifton Ross||12. Cora Mansfield||12. Bertha Hamilton|
|13.||13. Leslie Brewer||13.|
|14. Leon Webber||14. Stanley Bennett||14. Charlie Curit|
|16. Beula Hamilton||16. John Hill||16. Edgar Hamilton|
|17. Jimmie (Clint) Hamilton||17. Harry Hill||17. Merrow Hamilton|
|18. Oscar Ross|
|19. Carl Littlefield|
The Internet version of the 1998 Chebeague Island Annual Newsletter will be devided into three parts in order that you will be able to load and copy it easily.
Table of Contents
Casco Bay Island Development Association
Casco Bay Island Transit District
Chebeague Care Resources
Chebeague on the Internet
Chebeague Island Council
Chebeague Island Community Sailing School
Chebeague Island Grange #576
Chebeague Island Hall
Chebeague Island Hall-- History
Chebeague Island Historical Society
Chebeague Island Library
Chebeague Island Players
Chebeague Island School
Chebeague Island Transfer Station
Chebeague Island Yacht Club
Chebeague Post Office
Chebeague Recreation Center
Chebeague Transportation Company
Annual Craft Sale
Cumberland and Mainland Island Trust
Cumberland Town Council
Friends of the Library
Great Chebeague Golf Club
Great Chebeague Tennis Club
Saving Raymond's Boat
Sidney Snake's Summer Adventure
Stephen Ross Scholarship Fund
United Methodist Church
This year, the Chebeague Island Historical Society has assumed publication of the Annual Newsletter from the Island Council on a trial basis -- a trial to see if the Historical Society can carry on the fine publication tradition established by the Council, and a trial to see if the Council might wish to resume publication at some later date.
The Historical Society has decided to streamline the production of the Annual Newsletter by not soliciting or accepting advertising, and by distributing the finished product only by sale at the Island Market, thereby saving mailing costs.
In addition, the Annual Newsletter is available on the Internet for the first time, including some material not included in the printed edition. The address to visit is:
The old photograph of the District No. 9 schoolhouse on the cover of this 1998 Annual Newsletter shows a building that is very different from the way it is today. A garage door has replaced a window, the belfry was removed, and a garage wing has been added. But this represents the Historical Society's vision of how the building might look in the future, much as it looked in the past. Inside that building, we hope to create a cultural heritage center for Chebeague Island.
We've begun that project by making the building "tight to the weather," with a new roof, replaced windows and other repairs necessary to preserve the building.
Within the next year or two, the Historical Society will be embarking on a capital campaign to make our larger vision a reality. In the meantime, donations toward this ambitious effort will be accepted with great appreciation.
Our thanks to all the contributing Island organizations, and we hope
you enjoy our 1998 Annual Newsletter.
-- The Editors:
David R. Hill
Beverly S. Johnson
Leonard M. Passano
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