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Rebecca Griffin

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Summer 8-1-2010

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Special Issue

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Abstract/ Summary

Some day in the not-too-distant future, the Maine Folklife Center will have a self-supporting endowment. As a result, staff will continue to produce local cultural events, conduct folklife research, and care for the archives, without worrying about the Center's financial future. To make this dream a reality, the Folklife Center recently launched the Sandy Ives Endowment Campaign, through which the Center hopes to increase its endowment by $1 million. Income generated from the campaign will help support the Center's ongoing mission in light of recent unusual budget cuts at the University of Maine.


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