Lighthouse Keeper Volunteers Honored!
Tis the season for so many thankful reasons and Bob Trapani, the executor director of the American Lighthouse Foundation, has expressed his thanks by honoring the dedication and hard work of 17 New England Lighthouse volunteers!
Seventeen Lighthouse Keeper Volunteers were recognized this month for going beyond the call of duty to save and preserve American Lighthouses, the Symbol of Safety in our maritime heritage. The selfless efforts of these modern Light-keepers also honors the vigilance and sacrifices of American Light-keepers who served from 1716 to 1998 to safeguard mankind from the dark misfortunes of the sea.
When visiting the following Lighthouses, please stop by and thank these hard working volunteers for keeping our Lights shining Bright!
Friends of Rockland Breakwater Lighthouse, Rockland, Maine:Eric Davis and Sandy Clements
Friends of Wood Island Lighthouse, Biddeford Pool, Maine:Sean Murphy and Shirley Stallings
Friends of Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, New Harbor, Maine:Joseph Ponti, Sue Merrick, and Doug Merrick
Friends of Little River Lighthouse, Cutler, Maine:
Al Vachon and Pat Vachon?
Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, New Castle, New Hampshire:
Sharon Mills and William Marshall
Cape Cod Chapter (Race Point Lighthouse), Provincetown, Massachusetts:
David Spang and Michele Dirksen
Friends of Pomham Rocks Lighthouse, Riverside, Rhode Island:
David Kelleher and Rob Charbonneau
New England Lighthouse Lovers
Ron Foster, ConnecticutFrank Carbone, Massachusetts
For more information about the preservation efforts of these Guiding Light Volunteer Light-Keepers, please visit this Related News Source:Volunteer “Keepers of the Light” Honored by the American Lighthouse Foundation
For more information about the American Lighthouse Foundation and how to volunteer to save our Lighthouse heritage, please visit the www.LighthouseFoundation.org