2018 marked twenty-five years since the founding of the Friends of Colonial Pemaquid as a local, all volunteer 501 (c) 3 organization independent of any outside entity or state support.
Since 1993, we have helped tell Colonial Pemaquid’s remarkable story, sponsored an extensive calendar of special events and programs, raised funds to assist with archeological digs, created, trained and supervised a corps of student interns, and obtained grants and other funding for on-site projects, including nearly $250,000 for the renovation of the Fort House, all at no cost to the taxpayer.
As the Friends enter their next quarter century, we’d like to thank our members as well as the general public for their ongoing interest and involvement. As we continue our record of education, stewardship and preservation, we look forward to your support in the future.
The Friends of Colonial Pemaquid are an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization. Membership fees are used to support our educational programs and other visitor initiatives.
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