The Wood Island Life Saving Station Association set an ALL TIME record at Fabulous Find Resale Boutique in Kittery in November. Supporters of Wood Island’s restoration brought items to donate and purchased others to help generate the nearly $24,000 in proceeds last month. In the five and half year history of these events, there has never been a month with more sales.
Three charities enjoyed sharing the proceeds of November. WILSSA, Seacoast African American Cultural Center and the York County Food Rescue each received nearly $8000.
for those following WILSA the council has a workshop on December 14th, 2015 at 6:00 p.m to discuss the concession agreement. It is open to the public. As well as a three items on the agenda.