The town of Vassalboro will begin the celebration of the town’s 250th anniversary on Monday, April 26, 10:30 a.m., at the Monument Park re-dedication. The schedule follows:
- American Legion Post 126 Chaplain prayer – James Kilbride;
- Perspectives on 1771, Patsy Crockett, President, Kennebec Historical Society;
- Monument Park, historical focal point, Jan Clowes, President, Vassalboro Historical Society;
- The names on the monument, Lauchlin Titus, Vassalboro civic leader;
- Recognition of Monument Park restoration work, John Melrose, Vassalboro Select Board Chairman.
Monument Park and the Vassalboro Historical Society, is located on Route 32, East Vassalboro. There will be a 100 person open air Covid limit. Masks are required.
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