Comments for: Fundraising under way to save the steamship Katahdin, which nears 100 years old

Posted March 23, 2012, at 8:44 p.m.

GREENVILLE | The steamship Katahdin turns 98 years old this year. Curators would like to see the ship last well beyond 100. But Kate, as it’s referred to by locals, is in need of repairs — approximately $500,000 worth. “Where we are right now, we’ve raised about $235,000, somewhere …

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  • Anonymous

    It is a fine Honor for Duke. Hope the  fund raising goes well its the only thing Greenville got going for it and so many times locals dont think of the Kate and her Pride she brings to Moosehead.

  • Anonymous

    it’s seems like every 4 or 5 years there’s a fundraising to save the Kate…not logical…part of the monies collected for rides should be set aside for repairs..something just doesn’t smell right

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