Maine-New Brunswick Challenge Offers You a Chance to be Among the First
Lighthouse Challenges attract lots of people. Some are true lighthouse aficionados, some are just people looking for a different or interesting weekend event to have some fun and others are new to the world of lighthouses and want to meet other people with the same interests. Whatever the case, the upcoming “Lights Across the Border” International Lighthouse Challenge being held in Maine and New Brunswick will have something for everyone.
http://mainebusiness.mainetoday.com/newsdirect/release.html?id=5845 for the full article.
Kellyco Metal Detectors Helps Maine High School Start Archaeology Club
Kellyco Metal Detectors donate equipment to help Nokomis Regional High School in Maine start a local archaelogy club. Spearheaded by three teachers that secured a small grant; the club is started for students interested in a hands-on history lesson.
Winter Springs, FL, June 11, 2008 –(PR.com)– “Do you ever see a fat archaeologist?” That is the question that secured a small grant to teachers Howard Whitten, Brian Hanish, and Alan Richmond at Nokomis Regional High School in Newport, Maine. With the help of Kellyco Metal Detectors they will use the grant to start an Archaeology club for students interested in a hands-on history lesson.
http://www.pr.com/press-release/89461 for the full article.