Let the 100th Anniversary of our Lighthouse Begin!
Atop the lighthouse are Hugh Stephens, former Commodore and current Keeper of the Light, David Dennett, Commodore, and Bill Kieltyka, Vice Commodore.
Hugh and David watch the gathering boats as Bill discusses the upcoming Regatta.
Please note: MaineEntertainment
The Commodore had no trouble being heard this year from atop the lighthouse! And also note that the bullhorn was definitely not in evidence! This year we owe our thanks to Peter Frantz of MaineEntertainment, Maine's Home Theater Resource. He came out with all of that audio equipment, set everything up, got it all working just great, and donated his services to the CYC! So again, Peter, thanks for your help!
Check out our LINKS page to access his company website.
Ready to reveal the special donors plaque, the Commodore directs the cutting below.
Buddy and Evelyn begin rolling up the banner to reveal the plaque the end of which can be seen to the right of the door.
The banner comes down and reveals, to the right of the door, the major donors to the Lighthouse Restoration campaign.
And, here it is! Finally! This plaque list all donors of $1,000 or more!
Hugh Stephens, past Commodore and current Keeper of the Light, holds up and talks about an early Commodore's hat!
Hugh and Betty Stephens. Let's never forget, the 2001-2005 lighthouse restoration project would never have happened without their continuous dedication and hard work!
It's time pull anchor, head home, and get ready for the McCarthy party. Thanks for bring this gem along, Randy!
Ouch! Is that a storm moving in or did we get lucky and just miss it?
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