Citizens for Squirrel Point
Annual Meeting – October 24, 2023
Arrowsic Town Hall
5:30 pm - Social Time
6:00 pm - Meeting
1. Welcome and Introductions
2. Financial report
3. Status of Restoration Projects
4. Proposed amendments to the Bylaws. To vote on the following amendments to the Bylaws:
5. Election of Directors
5. Schedule any fall work days and the 2024 Annual Meeting
For questions, please contact Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We had over 300 people visit us for Maine Open Lighthouse Day! The Coast Guard guided people into the tower (photo 1), and one family arrived by canoe (photo 3). Our awesome volunteers! (photos 5 & 6). Thank you to everyone who visited, and those who helped prep for the big day.
Please join us Saturday, May 13 from 10 AM to 2 PM for our spring cleanup. We'll mow, trim brush, clear the trail as needed, and take a look at summer projects. BYO work gloves, water and snacks or lunch; clippers and lopping shears helpful. If you have a chainsaw you could bring, please let us know (keeping in mind the hike to the lighthouse!).
Directions: Park at the end of Bald Head Road in Arrowsic and hike the 2/3 mile rough trail to Squirrel Point. Visit www.squirrelpoint.org for detailed directions. Email email@example.com if you can join us or have questions! We hope to see you there.
Coming soon: An update on the initiative to replace the bridge to Squirrel Point and Bald Head Preserve!
Note: We are transitioning to our new email address firstname.lastname@example.org. We will continue to receive email to email@example.com through the end of the year. Thank you and please stay in touch.
The Citizens for Squirrel Point will hold its annual membership meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 5:30 pm at the Arrowsic Fire Station, 340 Arrowsic Road (next to the town hall).
- Welcome and introductions
- Review of 2020
- Current restoration projects and next steps
- Election of directors
We welcome all those interested to attend. For more information and to RSVP, please email Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you! Board of Directors, Citizens for Squirrel Point
Citizens for Squirrel Point is a 501(c)(3) organization formed in 2002 to preserve the lighthouse property for the benefit of the public. Its purpose is to ensure that Squirrel Point Light is used and maintained in accordance with the terms of Federal, State and local law, and the covenants in its 1998 deed from the U.S. Government to preserve the lighthouse property for the public benefit.