insights

Maine

January 01, 2010 03:33 PM

Cumberland Center, Maine Philatelic Society. Member stamp clubs meet at different times and places. Bruce Hazelton, Box 67A, Cumberland Center, ME 04021.

Ellsworth, Union River Stamp Club. Meets at the Ellsworth Library at 6:30pm every third Thursday from April to November, Eric Beal, 398 Center Street, Old Town, ME 04468 or Eric.Beal@umit.maine.edu

Fairfield, Waterville Stamp Club. Meets 6:30 p.m. first and third Friday, Kennebec Valley Technical College, Western Avenue. Waterville Stamp Club, Box 2425, Waterville, ME 04903; or e-mail atieman@msad49.org.

Kennebunkport, Unitarian-Universalist Stamp Club. George Barner, 8 Arlington St., Kennebunkport, ME 04046-6343.

Orono, Belfast Stamp Club. Meets noon third Thursday at different locations each month. Dick Gerry, 24 College heights, Orono, ME 04473.

Sanford, York County Stamp Club. Meets 7:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursday, Sanford Masonic Hall, Elm Street. Tracey Levasseur, 329 Ross Corner Road, Shapleigh, ME 04076.

Scarborough, Portland Stamp Club. Meets 6:30 p.m. second Wednesday, Maine Veterans Home, 290 U.S. Route 1. Bruce Hazelton, Box 67A, Cumberland Center, ME 04021.


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