152nd KALLOCH FAMILY REUNION
Saturday, August 17, 2019
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
First Universalist Church
345 Broadway, Rockland, ME 04841
First Request: Please fill out and return the registration form, by Friday, August 9, 2019.
Requests for Assistance 1) Food setup/clean-up (lunch)
2) Early Birds: Help carry Historical Genealogy books and boxes, For Peter Richardson, Historian, Emeritus, and Ken Kalloch, Historian:
To help set up, and break down.
For Yums, and History’s sake: Our Co-President Bev Wilson came up with a great idea to collect Kalloch recipes, for compiling a Kalloch Family Cookbook!
Registration Table; Welcome Kalloch Newcomers: Challenge us! Ask some
questions? We’ve got
Answers? Where is email sign up? And the Kalloch Website ID? Explore your family genealogy; intermingle with fellow Kallochs' near and far. What is your last name? "Are we Cousins?" How many times removed?
a) Welcome and Report by Co-Presidents, Anita Fernald and Bev Wilson.
b) Treasurer’s Report – Paul Wilson
c) Historical Kalloch Coffeepot Collection by youngest person present.
d) Webmaster & Co-Historian – Report on web activities and updates by Ken Kalloch.
e) Celebrations: Families, First Arrival, Longest Married, Births, Oldest, Youngest, & furthest traveled!
f) Remembrance: and of silence for those we loved so Dear: Pat Stephens.
g) Election of Officers.
h) Adjournment of Business Meeting.
LUNCH: This year you
can choose to order a sandwich in advance ($12) or, bring a potluck dish
to share at no cost. We will share all Foods, unless of course, there is
an allergy issue. Additional monetary contributions are always welcome
to defray reunion expenses.
|1:00 P.M.||Historical Family Reunion, and: "KALLOCH FAMILY PHOTO "TIME" - Don't Miss out? – we all count!|
|1:30 P.M.||James Skoglund, Historian, of St. George, 'I'enants Harbor, Will give a talk on Henry Knox, "The Waldo Patent" - It's goal? Did Maine support the Revolutionary War'!)|
|Directions to First Universalist Unitarian Church:|
152nd Reunion Registration & Order Form
and mail to address at the bottom)
List of Hotels and B&B's in the Rockland, Maine Area
Greeting From Our Reunion Association President
We are very excited and are looking forward to seeing everyone again this year. Our first page has the lineup for our programs and our activities, and I just want to say, that these activities are provided for you, and at your disposal, nothing is mandatory! If you so choose, feel free to ask for help from Peter Richardson, Historian Emeritus, or from Ken Kalloch, our Webmaster/Historian, for what type of information you are interested in, your families, relatives, please do so. We invite all of you to get acquainted, and feel free to say hello, if you are comfortable with that! Or, if you just want to look around by yourself, feel free to do so!
I feel that it is important today, to draw your attention to the Obituaries this year, on the back sheets, as there are some very close family members who have passed on, and who have been so very active for many, many years! The first person I speak of is, Barbara Wilson! She is the Grandmother to our Treasurer and Registrar, Paul Wilson! Paul is quite proud to say that it was his Grandmother, Barbara, who was Paul's inspiration to begin attending our Kalloch Reunions in the beginning! He has enjoyed being our Treasurer, and he has added being the Registrar to his duties since he came on board. We are delighted that John and Bev Wilson, Paul's parents, have also been coming to our reunions for quite a while, and are enjoying themselves! Bev, has just recently, become our Co-President! I also want to add, that Barbara Wilson, has been attending our Kalloch Reunions for many, many years, but, I don't know many, and, I believe that our Historian Emeritus, Peter Richardson, would know as he has been coming to the Kalloch Reunions since he was four (4) years old! I am a relative "Newcomer" so to speak, compared to others, as I began attending only since 1989!
Evelyn Kalloch, obituary, cannot hold all the information for her, as she has been attending reunions for many, many years, and has been a major supporter, volunteer worker in anything and everything, that needs to be done, plus being a Full Time Real Estate Owner/Manager. She arrived in America from Finland, and married into my Mother's Kalloch family, a few years ago, to my Mom's Cousin, Phillip Kalloch, Evelyn was incredible as our Newsletter writer and correspondent, for many years, also our Treasurer for many years after that, even on up into her 90's! Her Daughter, Vickie Hammond, also a work-a-bee just like her Mom, and had been our best Secretary for over 25 years, and she is still a very strong supporter of our Kalloch Family reunions!
Anita Nelson: Co-President/Newsletter editor
A Note From Our Kalloch Family Historian Peter T. Richardson
The demise of the First Baptist Church in Rockland is noted by Kallochs with more than passing interest. One of Rockland’s original four congregations, the church succumbed to a hostile takeover during the past year by a group calling itself Pursuit Church.
Amariah Kalloch I was its first minister. Known for his preaching, at Baptist conventions he was often the speaker while his brother, Joseph, usually gave the prayer. Amariah eventually went west to preach to the ‘49ers. Fourth minister of the church was the famous Isaac Kalloch, of the “golden voice.” Like his father, Isaac too went west, preached in a large Baptist Temple in San Francisco and was elected Mayor on the “Know-Nothing” ticket. Kallochs have been members of the church ever since. My great grandfather, Frank Kalloch (of coffee pot fame), sang bass in the choir while his wife, Almeda, led the “Kalloch Class,” drawing over 100 women a Sunday. My Grandmother attended Sunday School there and her sister, Mabel Kalloch Rollins, gave an oil portrait of Rev. Amariah to her church.
Alas, the church records and Amariah’s portrait now reside at the Rockland Historical Society where they will be safe for historians to learn their story.
Peter T. Richardson, Co-historian
In Remembrance - Some Obituaries of Family & Friends Who Have Passed
Barbra H. Wilson
BANGOR - Barbara H. Wilson, 92, of Bangor, Maine moved on to the next
stage of her spiritual journey May 12, 2019 following a brief illness.
She was born on October 29, 1926 in Clearwater, Florida; the daughter of
Ernest and Hazel Crosby. Barbara was predeceased by two daughters Susan
and Carolyn. She is survived by sons Ed Wilson and wife Linda of Pompton
Plains, NJ; daughter Katie and husband Pat; Paul Wilson and wife Gail of
Toms River, NJ; children Susan, Steven, Gail-Ann, and Robbie; Carolyn's
daughter Danielle; John Wilson and wife Bev of Hampden, ME their
children Paul and Kim; David Wilson of Orono, ME and children Sami and
Carter. Barbara is also survived by brother-in-law Ray Wilson and wife
Eleanor, sister-in-law, Ginny Hill and husband Dick. Barbara's love of
children was exhibited in her work at Head Start, providing respite care
for foster children, and her "job" as a nanny to Ben and Bekah Jaffe.
Barbara enjoyed being friends with people of all generations, knowing
that each age had something special to offer. She loved knitting and
sewing, providing hats for newborns at EMMC, blankets for animals at the
Bangor Humane Society, and countless items for her grandchildren.
Barbara enjoyed gardening, reading, collecting teddy bears and spending
time with her beloved pets. Barbara was devoted to her many faith
communities throughout the years, the most recent being the Veazie
Congregational Church, 1404 State St., where a memorial service will be
held on Friday May 24, 2019 at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers, Barbara
requested donations be made to the Veazie Congregational Church or
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 1500 Rosecrans Ave., Ste. 200,
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 or pancan.org. Condolences to the family may
be expressed at BrookingsSmith.com
Evelyn V. Kalloch
Evelyn Violet Kalloch, 91, passed peacefully away on Oct. 10, 2018,
surrounded by her family. She will be dearly missed by daughter Victoria
Levesque Hammond and son Phillip Kalloch, her grandchildren Mya-Lisa and
Aaron King and Jonathan and Andrew Kalloch, Mark Levesque, Hannah Sirois,
and Ben Schulz, and great-grandchildren, Tessa and Jack Condon, Will and
Jake King, Justin Levesque, Cameron, Elliot, and Alexandra Schulz,
Finleigh and Auguste Sirois, as well as many other family members and
friends. She was predeceased by her WWII veteran husband, Phillip
Carroll Kalloch, who died in 1989. The daughter of Finnish immigrants,
Evelyn was born in Rockland on May 3, 1927, and lived most of her life
in Owl's Head and Cushing, before moving to the Portland area. Over the
years, Evelyn embodied the Finnish tradition of "sisu," a word that
typifies the Finnish spirit: grit, tenacity, and determination. While
raising her son and daughter, she obtained her GED, took college
courses, did bookkeeping at Sylvania and the Trade Winds Hotel, and
later ran a convenience store with her husband in Rockland. After
obtaining her real estate license in 1975, she established and owned
Town Line Real Estate, and continued selling real estate into her 80's.
She was named Realtor of the Year in Knox County two separate times, in
1988 and 2011. Of her many civic contributions to the Rockland-Thomaston
area, she was President of the Thomaston Chamber of Commerce for six
years, and served as Cushing Town Assessor from 1978 to 1984, and again
from 2001 to 2017, on the Cushing Planning Board from 1997 to 2017, and
the Board of Assessors from 2004 to 2013. Evelyn was honored by the town
of Cushing in 2018 for 40 years of service. After her husband's death in
1989, she continued maintaining their 28-acre property on the Saint
George River. She mowed multiple acres of lawn with a tractor, wielded
axes and saws, and tended fruit trees and vegetable and flower beds. She
complained occasionally about how much work she had to do, but clearly
enjoyed the hard physical labor and loved walking the property and
shoreline with her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Later, she downsized to a smaller house and property, but still kept her
tractor. Evelyn never forgot her Finnish heritage, traveling to Finland
with her daughter Victoria, hosting her Finnish relatives in Maine, and
even attempting to share the challenging and convoluted Finnish language
with her family but with little success. She took a sauna, a tradition
established when she was a young girl, well into her late 80s. A
talented gourmet cook, she delighted in cooking and serving delicious
meals from food plucked from her garden. She was a connoisseur of exotic
olive oils, and an aficionado of canning and pickling. Plus, time in the
kitchen led to enjoying a "short slurp," as she called it, with family
and friends. Evelyn will be dearly missed. The family will be holding a
memorial service in June. To share a memory or story with Evelyn's
family, please visit their online Book of Memories at www.bchfh.com.
Arrangements are in the care of Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral
Home, Rockland. Those who wish to remember Evelyn may make donations to
Cushing Rescue Squad, 39 Cross Road, Cushing, ME 04563, or the Finnish
Heritage House, P.O. Box 293, So. Thomaston, ME 04858
Rev. Clark B. Olsen
Asheville - The Reverend Clark Bird Olsen, born June 22, 1933 in Boston
Massachusetts, passed away at his home in Asheville, NC, January 21,
2019. The son of the late Arthur and Catherine Bird Olsen, he grew up in
Massachusetts and Ohio. He is survived by his wife Anna Rogers, daughter
Marika, son Todd, and his brother Lee. His sister Elaine, brothers
Dexter and Tyler, and first wife Ludmilla predeceased him. Clark
received a BA degree from Oberlin College, a Bachelor of Sacred Theology
from Harvard Divinity School, and a Doctor of Sacred Theology degree
from Starr King School for the Ministry. He served as Minister at
Unitarian Universalist churches in Westboro, Massachusetts, Berkley,
California and Morristown, New Jersey. In the late 1970 his work focused
on consulting in areas of organization and individual effectiveness for
UU Churches, corporations, and non-profits. Clark always considered his
life to be a gift. Two bouts with rheumatic fever as a child left him
with damaged heart valves and his doctors predicted a short life span.
And, an incident in Selma, Alabama brought him inches away from serious
if not fatal injury. In 1965, and the midst of the civil rights struggle
in the south, Clark's Berkley congregation answered the call of Dr.
Martin Luther King for ministers to come to Selma in response to "Bloody
Sunday", where civil rights marchers were brutally beaten while trying
to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge in a walk to Birmingham. Clark was
ready to stand up for justice, but knew, "I was not going to a picnic."
His first night in Selma, while walking to Brown's Chapel to hear Dr.
King speak, Clark and two other UU ministers, Orloff Miller and James
Reeb, were accosted and beaten with clubs by four men. A blow directly
to Rev.Reeb's head proved fatal. "I saw the man swing the club, I heard
it hit Jim's head" Clark explained at the time. "Jim was walking on the
curb, I was walking next to the building. Call it chance or
happenstance, as I lived and he did not." This incident proved the pivot
point to the passing of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and provided the
moral compass for the rest of the Rev. Olsen's life. He has spoken world
wide about civil rights, and took part for many years in the Sojourn
Project which takes young people on a living history tour and introduces
the places and people who forged the pathways of understanding and
awareness to civic responsibility. "Don't be a silent witness," Clark
implored everyone he spoke to about his experience. "Whenever you see
injustice, speak up, take a stand, be in solidarity, you never know what
may be the outcome." A Celebration of Clark's life will be held at the
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Asheville on Saturday, February
2, at 11 AM. Donations in memory of Rev. Clark Olsen can be made to the
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Asheville, 1 Edwin Place,
Asheville, NC 28801.
John A. Jura
UNION — John Arthur ‘Art’ Jura, 88, formerly of Union, died Monday,
March 18, 2019 at Mid-Coast Hospital in Brunswick. Born in Union, May
13, 1930, he was the son of Erland and Alli Kajander Jura. Educated
locally, he was a graduate of Warren High School. Enlisting in the U.S.
Air Force in 1948, he served as a photographer with the Strategic Air
Command. Art married his high school sweetheart, E. Joyce Butler at the
Warren Baptist Church on June 17, 1950. While on their honeymoon, the
Korean War broke out and Art was immediately recalled to his assignment
in Rapid City, South Dakota. After obtaining an apartment, he sent for
Joyce, and she bravely traveled alone 2,400 miles by train to join him
for the remaining years of his service to his country. During those two
years,the couple occupied four different apartments, and their first
child was born in an Air Force hospital. Returning home after his
discharge, the couple made their home on Pacific Street in Rockland, and
later purchased a home on Cedar Street where they raised their family.
Ultimately, they built a new home in Union where they resided together
until Joyce’s death in 2010. Since 1954, Art and his wife worked
together in their various businesses, including Schoolphoto Inc., Jura
Studio, Jura Photo Lab and Oyster River Range. Art has always been an
active community member and proud of his Finnish heritage. He was
instrumental in reestablishing the Pine Hill Shooting Club, and
extremely active with the Finnish Congregational Church, Finnish
Heritage House, and Finnish American Society. He served for many years
as a Deacon of the Finnish Congregational Church, as well as the
Littlefield Memorial Baptist Church in earlier years. Traveling to
Finland in 1992 and 2001, he completed many hours of research for his
three books Fenni, Fenni-II and Norden. The three books are about the
culture and history of Finnish Americans written between 2001 and 2005.
Art felt it was his mission to honor his ancestors, and to make sure the
roots of the Finnish culture remained in the area so people could
research their history. Predeceased by his wife of 60 years E. Joyce
Jura; and a grandson Phillip A. Jura; he is survived by his two sons,
Mark Jura and his wife Debbie of Union, Erik Jura and his wife Michelle
of Cushing; his daughter Peggy Smist and her husband Mark of Thomaston;
eight grandchildren, Matthew Jura and his wife Melina, Heidi Hall and
her husband Scott, John Smist and his wife Alyson, Megan Thill and her
husband Craig, Jennifer Jura, Andrew Jura, Aaron Lavoie, Shane Lavoie
and his wife Megan; fourteen great-grandchildren, Zackery Hall, Mya
Hall, Kissandra Hall, Gilbert Thill, Caroline Smist, Damon Carlton,
Arianna Byron, Makennah Jura, Jacob Frost, Emily Frost, Isabelle Kaler,
Phillip N. Jura, Jace Lavoie and Quentin Lavoie; as well as two nephews,
Rand Butler of Hampden and Drew Butler and his wife Susan of Waldoboro.
Family and friends are invited to visit Friday, March 29, from 5 to 7
p.m., at Burpee, Carpenter and Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock
Street, Rockland. A celebration of his life will be held Saturday, March
30, at 2 p.m., at the Finnish Congregational Church, 172 St. George
Road, South Thomaston. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
either, The Finnish Congregational Church or Finnish Heritage House,
P.O. Box 293, South Thomaston, ME 04858, or Finnish American Society,
P.O. Box 488, Warren, Maine 04861. To share a memory or condolence with
the Jura family, please visit their Book of Memories at
Julie A. Raye
|ROCKLAND — Julie A. Raye, 64, entered into eternal peace Friday, July 19, 2019, surrounded by her family, at Sussman House in Rockport, after a period of declining health Born in Waterville in October of 1954, she was the daughter of Carl H. and Frances J. Johnson Kalloch. Julie attended elementary school in Vassalboro before moving to Rockland and later to Owls Head Village. She graduated from Rockland District High School in 1972. During her high school years, she was involved in numerous activities; her favorite was being a member of the cheering squad. She married James Raye in 1974. Over the years, they resided at several locations in Rockland, and since 1991, they had lived on North Main Street. Julie participated in and led many community events. Her involvement with the Lobster Festival was one of her passions. She began volunteering in 1989 in the food tent for a four-hour shift and it became a five-day marathon for 20-plus years. During these years she was a member of the Festival Board of Directors and became volunteer co-coordinator with Paulette Sylvester. In 2010, Julie and Paulette were Grand Marshals in the Festival Parade. Julie was so proud of her niece, Taylor Hamlin, when she was crowned the Sea Goddess in 2018. Her love for children led Julie to run for the MSAD 5 School Board in 1993. She served on the board until 2002 and as its chair for three years. She was reelected in 2005 for another term. During her time on the board, she was a strong advocate for children, staff, athletics and taxpayers. In 1996, she and Jimmy helped raise $100,000 to pay for the high school football program and restart the pee wee program through middle school as part of The Booster Club and Tiger Football. Julie worked in real estate at Jaret & Cohn and ERA for a few years. In 1996, she became the owner and operator of The House of Cards. During this time, she was highly involved with the downtown revitalization that included the creation of the Festival of Lights. After dissolving the House of Cards in 2009, Julie became part of the Raye Insurance family business. Julie was recognized for her community service when she was named the 2001 Chamber Person of the Year by the Rockland-Thomaston Area Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she was recognized by the state of Maine members of the Senate and House of Representatives for her involvement in local politics and civic activities. Julie also received a Rockland City Council commendation in 1995 for her never-ending volunteerism efforts. Julie loved the game of golf as well as spending time with her grandchildren, family and friends. Julie is survived by her husband, Jimmy; daughter Nikki Raye Boutin and husband Jamie; son Anthony, all of Rockland; granddaughters Callie Boutin and Josie Raye; brother Craig Kalloch and his wife, Lisa, of Mobile, Ala.; sisters Jan Kalloch Staples and her husband, Stephen, of Camden, Gail Kalloch Robishaw and her husband, Don, of Rockland and Cindi Kalloch Hamlin and her husband, David, of South Thomaston; sister-in-law Anna Raye of Rockland; brothers-in-law Les Raye and his wife, Nicole, of Rockland; Wes Raye; nieces and nephews Sean Kalloch, Paula Ryder, Lane Harris, Luke Kalloch, Corey Staples, Brianne Staples Rodrigues, Micheal Robishaw, Cassie Burrows, Zeke Hamlin, Taylor Hamlin, Mikey Shaffer, Suzie Warburton, Jeffrey Shaffer, Bobby Shaffer and Tracy Taylor, Chris Raye, Les Raye, Natalie Willis, Marcia Turner, Glen Stanley; as well as numerous cousins, many special friends and her beloved dog, Vinny. Julie was predeceased by her parents, Carl and Frances Kalloch, and her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Lester and Mary Raye. Relatives and friends are invited to visit from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, July 29, at Burpee, Carpenter & Hutchins Funeral Home, 110 Limerock St., Rockland. A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 30, at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, 150 Broadway, Rockland. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Sussman House, c/o PenBay-Waldo Healthcare Foundation, 22 White St., Rockland, ME 04841. To share a memory or story with Julie’s family, visit their online Book of Memories at bchfh.com.|
Our Kalloch Family Reunion is always on the "Third (3rd) weekend, in AUGUST!"
Towns Nearest Rockland: North
of: 8mi -Rockport; 7mi -Camden; 9mi-
Lincolnville; South of:
Thomaston-is right next to Rockland; 8 mi -Cushing; 12 mi-Tenant's
PLEASE, Bear in mind, for those reading this in the winter, that it now may be bleak and cold, but, just around that corner beholds a beautiful Maine Summer, and Our Kalloch Family Reunion! The Grand State of Maine is a very busy, bustling, Vacation Land, and, always has been!
ROCKLAND is Home of the Farnsworth Art Museaum, with it's New Wyeth Center
Saltwater Farm Campground - Cushing Rd., P.O. Box 165, Thomaston. ME 04861, Phone: 207-354-6735, 10% discount to KALLOCH FAMILY MEMBERS. Need to Reserve Early! Swimming Pool, with view of St. George River!
WILEY'S CORNER, ST. GEORGE:
The humble Farmer Bed & Breakfast - (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) On the River Road. Humble is my Cousin, we share the same Gr. Gr. Grandfather, Larkin Gilchrest, who was born and raised in this beautiful home, and my Grandmother Glennie lived for a while! The best cooking and hospitality, it is absolutely like no other! (Anita Nelson.). We share the Robinson/GiIchrest Reunion, at the St. George Grange, on Sunday, August 18, 2019.
Weskeag Inn B&B. Route 73 (14 Elm St.) So. Thomaston, ME 207-596-6676. (email: email@example.com). Built in 1830's, filled with antiques, and the St. George Peninsular, and river. Beautiful deck with a view, tidal river, Blue Herons, Egrets, Eagles! Beautiful piano waiting to be played! Wifi, cable, and a great breakfast!
Trade Winds Inn - 2 Park Drive Rockland, ME 04841, 207-596-6661 - Ocean View. It was recently up-graded, restaurant, indoor pool, health club, in town shops, Art Galleries, local restaurants, near to the Ferry Slips to the islands. Has Ocean Views.
Rockland Harbor Hotel - (was the Navigator) 520 Main st., Rockland, ME 04841, 207-594-2131 Upgraded & Upscaled. Ocean Views: Balconies, with water view (not all). It's restaurant, walk to shops, Main St., Art Galleries, local restaurants, breakfast shops, Movie Theater, and Lighthouse Museum.
The Old Granite Inn - 546 Granite St., Rockland, ME 04841, 207-594-9036. On the Harbor Front. Lovely 1840 Granite home, from the Quarries of St. George! Ocean View, B&B atmosphere, great breakfast, organic wines; Wifi, cable, and they suggest a visit to the: Owls Head Transportation Museum; and The Olson House, Hathorn Point Rd., Cushing.
Berry Manor Inn - 81 Talbot Ave., Rockland, ME 04841. 207-596-7696. Contact: (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) Old Victorian Era, and Premiere Luxury at its finest, a top B&B! Flat screen TV, Wifi, desk, air conditioning, fireplace with mosaic tile work, original to the house. Start off your day with a great breakfast!
Samoset Resort - 220 Warrenton St., Rockport, ME 04856. 207-594-2511. contact: email@example.com. Luxury setting, right on the Ocean. With tennis and golf, in fair weather. Wonderful restaurant, with fine dining. All the amenities of a pool, massage, hair stylist, nails! A shop with luxury items, or the necessities.
Oakland Seashore Motel & Cabins - Rte 1, Box 1449, Rockland, ME 04841, 207-594-81011, Simply beautiful setting, as it is right on the Ocean, lots of beautiful tall Pines trees, many cabins, setting for fireplaces and good wood! Older vintage, simple and clean, Cottages with kitchenettes, and privacy.
Starlite Lodge at Rockport Harbor - 360 Commercial St., Rte- l, Rockport, ME. 04841, 207-236-3276. Basic lodging, that has several rooms with, 2 Queen beds; 2 double beds; and 1 King bed. Also have accommodations for 2 families, that are 2 rooms each, w/queen beds, and a pullout sofa. bed. These accommodations are back to back. Free breakfast; free Wifi; heated outdoor pool.
Ledges By The Bay - 930 Commercial St., Route l, Rockport, ME 04866, 207-594-8944 Breath taking Ocean View, 9 acres of Ocean Front, with direct access to shore front! Quite reasonable rates. Internet, Wifi, Cable, refrigerator, heat/air conditioning.
Glen Cove Inn & Suites - 866 Commercial St., Route 1, Rockport, ME 04856, 207-558-5636 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) Large outdoor covered porch, or your room's deck. Breakfast, Wifi, heat/air, refrigerator, cable, cozy comforters. Can accommodate Lager Families, with suites, + kitchen or kitchenettes! Visit their photo gallery.
Claddagh Motel and Suites - (1044 Commercial St., Rte l, Rockport, ME 04856, (email: email@example.com). Single or double rooms, King or Queen beds, refrigerators, Wifi, individual heat control, air conditioning, pool, and bbq. in common areas. Breakfast in Top of the morning" room. SUITES: Family suites & two Bedroom units, can accommodate 2 - 5 people
Captain Swif Iinn 72 Elm St., Rte l, Camden ME 04843, 207-236-8113. (firstname.lastname@example.org). This B&B, is my favorite, of all, and I have been staying there each summer since 2003! Linda and Norm, are the quintessential innkeepers for a very busy B&B, extremely knowledgeable! They have every piece of information, schedules, directions, and attractions, that you might need to know. There breakfasts are just delicious, hardy, varied, and always frying something new! So, you will never leave hungry, and will never be bored! This is also my Grandfather Alexis Gross's home, where he built his beautiful boats, and where we all lived with him for two years, during the Depression, when I was a very young child!
Lord Camden Inn - 207-236-4325, 24 Main St., Downtown Camden, Center 5 story hotel, high end! View of the Ocean top two floors, beautiful view of the Schooners in the Bay. walk to restaurants. Parking in back of hotel.
152nd Reunion Registration & Order Form - (Print and mail to address at the bottom)
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