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Welcome to the Sebago Historical Society


                                                     Our building is located at 347 Convene Road in Sebago.  It was built in 1844 as the
Freewill Baptist Church
.  You can still sit in the original pews! One hundred years
                                                      later it became the Nazarene Church.  In 1996 the town of  Sebago purchased the
                                                      building for the Historical Society. 

                                                      The building is open for visitors on the 2nd Saturday and 4th Sunday of June, July
                                                      and August from 10:00 am to 2:30 pm.  Come visit us!  We have many displays,
                                                      photos and interesting objects relating to the history of the  Town of
Sebago that we
                                                     would like to share with you. 
You may also visit at other times by appointment.

                                                      The Historical Society meets on the 4th Wednesday of every month at 7:00 pm. 
                                                      You are very welcome to join us.  Membership dues are
just $10 per year.  As a member
                                                      you will receive our quarterly newsletter, Sebago Echoes.  You will also meet some very
                                                      interesting people
who have fascinating stories to tell about Sebago history and who are
                                                      interested in preserving that history.

                                                      Our mission is to encourage and promote an interest and appreciation of the history of the
                                                      Town of Sebago through the collection, research, and preservation of such information,
                                                       materials, or items and to develop educational programs of historical or genealogical
                                                      importance relating to Sebago’s history.  The Society will provide access to all who wish
                                                      to examine or study its collection.

                                                      For more information or to learn of the next winter meeting location, call Ann Burns at
                                                      787-2489.  Mailing address for the society is Sebago Historical Society PO Box 59, Sebago, ME 04029


                                                                                                    Officers for the 2008 - 2009 year:
                                                                                                    President and Curator - Ann Burns
                                                                                                    V President - Roberta Douglass
                                                                                                    Executive Secretary - June Allen
                                                                                                    Recording Secretary - Susan Gassett
                                                                                                    Treasurer -  Sherrill Brown

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