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Town of Penobscot,   Maine
was Incorporated,     February 23, 1787
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On your old fashion AM/FM  radio,  you
can listen to Georg Hale and Ric Tyler  
A 1987 graduate of Penobscot Community School, Nathan
Wardwell recently donated $5,000 to the school, in a pay-it-
forward move that he said will likely be an annual recurring

“There’s a lot of memories there and obviously it made me
who I am, definitely,” he said. “My teachers were really great
to me and I learned a lot from a small community.”

View this story  at the    Castine Patriot   website