Decade of Development 2005-2015

Help us raise $10,000 for our 10th anniversary of improving, beautifying, and enlivening downtown!

In 10 years we have:

  • Upgraded pocket parks, sidewalks, crosswalks, lamp posts, gardens, parking areas, street trees, business facades, and connections to nearby trails

  • Restored the Bernard Langlais Skowhegan Indian sculpture through partnership with the Chamber

  • Organized community building events like Holiday Stroll, River Fest, and the Maple Festival

  • Supported local farms at the downtown market and led wellness initiatives for small businesses

  • Connected Skowhegan to statewide promotional networks to attract visitors

To start the next decade, we will:

  • Attract and develop new business and support existing ones with new incentive programs

  • Create and promote a downtown trail of Bernard Langlais sculptures

  • Renew the business facade improvement program

  • Plant an educational garden at the Skowhegan Indian sculpture viewing area

  • Organize vibrant annual events, gardening efforts, and other ongoing projects

For more information:
November 2014 Press Release

Help us reach our goal!

Thank you for your support!

Hight Family of Dealerships, Somerset Bar Association, Butler's Car Wash, Dr. Gust Stringos, Belmont Motel, Clinton and Louise Townsend, Ann Dorney, David Axelman, Kathy LaPlante, North Country Rivers



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