Letters, Camden Herald
Help realize Kuller's dream
The recent loss of Jeff Kuller has left so many people stunned and saddened.
He wore so many different hats in his life and touched people from Camden, Rockport, and all the surrounding communities. His constant smile and even-keeled personality were such a peaceful influence. Everyone who worked with him and even those who disagreed with him, respected him.
I have heard several people say, “What can we do for the family?”
The answer to that question is to help us make his dream of redeveloping the Ragged Mountain Recreation Area become a reality. His family knows what passion he had for this project and we, family and friends, join together with renewed commitment. Jeff’s countless hours will be rewarded. His hats are still flying high.
If you can make a gift, please mail donations to: Ragged Mountain Recreation Area Foundation, PO Box 438, Camden, ME 04843.
The Area Interfaith Outreach Board of Directors (AIO) would like to extend heartfelt thanks to all who made our recent Annual Meeting and Volunteer Appreciation event a success.
To our volunteers (and we are all volunteers at AIO): you are the first line of defense against hunger and hopelessness to people in need in our communities. You are the face of AIO and you represent us well and faithfully under sometimes stressful conditions. No thanks can be enough to repay what we owe to the many volunteers who help at the food pantry and at events throughout the year.
To the folks at Nativity Lutheran Church: thanks for all the hard work you did in providing a space for the event, setting up the tables and cleaning up after dinner. No doubt you did many other things that we are not even aware of, to help get ready for this event.
To our speaker, former State Attorney General Steven Rowe: our gratitude for an insightful and heartwarming speech commending our volunteers. You clearly understand what is at stake and what it takes to meet the ever increasing needs set before us.
We are also thankful for the publicity extended by this publication to make the community aware of this event and its importance.
Area Interfaith Outreach (AIO)