Digitizing historical records
We have in our possession most of the 20th century records, (dating back to the 1930s) of the Association and some old local newspapers. We have a committee looking into the feasibility of digitizing these records to make them available to others. After the digitization, the originals will be loaned to the Bristol Library.
Reducing fire hazards
We have another committee looking into ways of reducing the local fire hazard. Their first effort is to prepare a list of property owners who may not be aware that their property has the potential for becoming fuel to feed a forest fire.
Constructing the website
-We welcome suggestions from our members and other viewers of this website. Please send your ideas to
Financing and installing the webcam
The Association's treasury currently was unable to afford the price of the webcam. The camera and accessories cost approximately $750 and was financed by donations from six interested members of the Association
Writing for the Newsletter
The annual newsletter will be prepared over the winter for a mailing on or about the first of April.
Collecting the dues and updating the directory
The Association's Treasurer is busy in October, making a list of members that have not renewed and sending reminders. If you have not paid your dues and wish to renew, please forward the dues, $50 for active members and $25 for associate members to: Treasurer, Pemaquid Point Assoc. P.O. Box 283, New Harbor, ME.04554
The Treasurer sends the list of paid up members to the Directory coordinator and the Cottage Inspection Coordinator to insure that our members needing cottage inspection will be included in the Cottage Inspector's list and so that our membership will receive proper notification of upcoming meetings.