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Curtis Receives Grange Award for Public Service

Community News

The Knox Pomona Grange Award for Public Service was presented to Muriel Curtis on Saturday, February 3, at the Pioneer Valley Hall in Union in recognition of her commitment to and involvement with the community.

Curtis, who is the founder of the Station Maine rowing program in Rockland and organizer of community musical events, received her award before an audience ranging from younger siblings of team members to boat builders, to senior members of the Rockland music community.

Mariah Jones, a senior racing crew member, Cassady Schafer, a member of Station Maine’s first crew, and Ed Glaser, Rockland harbor master, gave tributes to Curtis while her faithful dog Sky slept nearby.


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