Presentation in the Importance of Candles

Presentation in the Importance of Candles

Attendees get to make and keep a candle
Girl Scout Troop 1137

Girl Scout Troop 1137

At the Estey House
Guided Walking Tour of Historic Fairmount Cemetery

Guided Walking Tour of Historic Fairmount Cemetery

Aroostook War Presentation

Aroostook War Presentation

Summer History Camp

Summer History Camp

Potato picking demonstration
Guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown

Guided Walking Tour of Historic Downtown

Champagne Tour of the 1875 Vera Estey House Museum

Champagne Tour of the 1875 Vera Estey House Museum

Molly The Trolley

Molly The Trolley

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Presque Isle Historical Society receives prestigious Honor Award from Maine Preservation

     On November 7, two members of Presque Isle Historical Society's Board of Director, Rick Nadeau and Kim Smith, traveled to Portland to receive an Honor Award from Maine Preservation for our restoration efforts of the Maysville Museum.  The award ceremony was held at the Portland Country Club.  All in all, 16 Honor Awards were given with Presque Isle Historical Society being the northern most project honored and the only one awarded to an historical society.  

     That evening, we were presented with a certificate and we will soon have a very nice bronze plaque to mount on the exterior of the building.  To view the slide presentation with voice over (make sure your speakers are turned!) prepared by Maine Preservation about our project, please go to:

Slide show on Maysville Museum

Maine Preservation Awards 110717

Presque Isle Historical Society’s Kim Smith, 2nd from left, and Rick Nadeau, far right, receive the Maine Preservation’s Honor Award from Susan Burns, Maine Preservation Trustee President, far left, and Greg Paxton, Maine Preservation’s Executive Director, 2nd from right