Cape residents interested in learning more about their neighborhoods, developments or properties might want to check out the front page of the most recent issue of “The Keeper,” the Cape Elizabeth Historical Preservation Society’s newsletter that members launched in January.
“We have been given a wealth of house plans, drawings, development plans and early deeds for many (town) developments,” the names of which are listed on the front page of “The Keeper,” CEHPS President Ellen Van Fleet said. “Anyone who lives in those neighborhoods might like to either stop in on a Thursday morning or contact us to arrange a time to see if there is anything pertinent to their property.”
Every CEHPS member – anyone who pays the society’s $15 membership fee – is sent the publication, which comes out three times a year.
The historical society’s home on the bottom floor of Thomas Memorial Library is open to the public every Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Send $15, name and address to “CEHPS, c/o Thomas Memorial Library, 6 Scott Dyer Road, Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107,” to become a CEHPS member and get a newsletter subscription. Email email@example.com for more information.