Articles by: Kimberly Haller

Kimberly Haller

Kimberly Haller

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  • Swan’s Island: Selectmen take steps to prepare Island 

     The Swan’s Island column this week contains information from our selectmen and others concerning new requests and procedures about travelling to our beautiful island.With events so restricted at this time, I will focus on highlighting members of our community in upcoming weeks, emphasizing the unity between year–round and seasonal residents.  We thank State Representative Genevieve

  • Islanders prepare for coronavirus 

    Swan’s Island  As we proceed through this challenging time of coronavirus, social distancing and intense care for ourselves and those around us, I encourage us to exercise kindness and compassion with each decision made. I will keep you updated on closures as well as those who continue services and programs. Please continue to communicate with me via

  • Swan’s Island: Raffle for Christie

    Jennifer Sytsma encourages us to support a very special raffle: “This raffle is to benefit Christie Staples Kennedy and her family. Less than two years ago, Christie was diagnosed with a very aggressive cancer that is no longer responding to treatment. We hope to help ease the burden of medical bills and expenses her family

  • Swan’s Island: Welcome back Captain Lewis

    Save the date of Thursday, May 7, for a road trip to Portland to hear an “all-star” line-up of poets, including our own Gary Rainford. Hosted by Neil Silberblatt and Cynthia Brackett-Vincent, “Voices of Poetry — Up in Maine” is an evening of exceptional poetry at a great indie bookstore, Longfellow Books, located at 1 Monument

  • Swan’s Island: New Lighthouse leadership

    Karen Preston Griffin announces a Town of Swan’s Island Public Meeting: “This serves as a notice for a Public Informational Meeting requested by the Municipal Advisory Committee (MAC) about consideration of a change in municipal government from a three to a five-member Board of Selectmen. This informational meeting will be held on Monday, Feb. 3,