Our committee has the privilege to support and assist in the preservation of both Sohier Park and the Nubble Lighthouse.
We are blessed in a multitude of ways among them are:
1) the Sohier Davies Families donated the land now representing Sohier Park, a pure gift of beautiful views of coastal Maine.
2) Based on a strong application by the Nubble Light Acquisition Committee on behalf of the town we became the new guardian of historic Nubble Light in December of 1997.
These are awesome and welcome responsibilities which fall under the town Parks and Recreation Department and Sohier Park Committee. The Parks Department handles the day to day operational work in the park and at the Lighthouse. The Sohier Park Committee dedicates its efforts in a multitude of ways as we work with the Parks & Recreation Director to historically protect and preserve our gifts of Nubble Lighthouse and Sohier Park. This is accomplished with the indispensable support of our dedicated volunteers, called the Nubble Light Ambassadors, who serve our guests both in the park and in the gift shop. We all cherish and love the work we do! How fortunate are we to preserve and protect one of the most majestic lighthouses in the world and the park that provides such picturesque views and rich experiences!
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