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Established in 1935 by University of Maine President Arthur A. Hauck, Maine Day was a day for students to plant trees, build sidewalks, paint fences, and generally improve the campus grounds. The purpose of Maine Day has evolved over time and in 1973 became a day for students, faculty, and staff to participate in general community service projects. Materials include newspaper clippings, scripts, photographs, correspondence, transparencies, and an audio tape from Maine Day 1965.
Community Service, Volunteerism
Education | Service Learning
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UA RG 0006.010.010
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "Maine Day (University of Maine) Records, 1935-1991" (2019). Finding Aids. Number 467.