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Fall 2016 Program & Member Meeting

  • 24 Sep 2016
  • 8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
  • Union Congregational Church, 1368 U.S. Route 1, Hancock, Maine 04640


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Registration is only $3 per person!

    REGISTER TODAY. Pay now online or pay at the door. Either way, it helps us estimate attendance at this event.

    This meeting is open to the public.

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Hosted by the Hancock Historical Society
Union Congregational Church
1368 U.S. Route 1, Hancock, Maine 04640
GPS: 44.530723N, -68.259929W

Everyone Welcome!

Directions: From Ellsworth, go east on Route 1 for about 8 miles. The church is on the left and parking is on the right. Take care crossing busy Route 1.

Church Hall is located in the back of the building


Registration $3.00 per person payable in advance [online] or at the door

Coffee and breakfast snacks provided by the Hancock Historical Society


Exhibits, Displays, Cemetery Projects

If you have a cemetery project and wish to share the information with others, please bring a display board, photos, or other related materials. Tables will be available to set up displays.


Welcome/Announcements Jessica Couture, MOCA President


Humorous Hancock Funerals Sandy Phippen


Break/View Exhibits


Carvers from Bartlett Adams’ Shop in Mid-Coast and Downeast Maine Ron Romano


MOCA Business Meeting (all are welcome to attend)


A Virtual Tour of Three Major Hancock Cemeteries and Some of their Historical Figures

Charlene Clemons


Lunch provided by the Village Café in Hancock.

Pasta and potato salads, hot dishes such as lasagna or quiche with a vegetarian option, and assorted desserts. Cost: $8.00 per person (Register now online; pay online now or pay at the door).

Lunch Reservations Are Required by Thursday, September 15

Register online and RSVP for lunch now, email Jessica Couture to RSVP, or call her at 207-877-7675 .

1:00 — 2:00

Visit to Riverside Cemetery

Alan Gray will talk about the Crabtree family lot and other guides will speak about other family lots in the cemetery. The Lois Crabtree Johnson Historical Society located above the Town Office will also be open from 1:00—3:00 pm.


Door prize drawing during cemetery tour (must be present to win).

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