2016-05-27 / Front Page

Trail blazers



Tom Bradbury, above, of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, reads from a page of his book “Scraggly, the Stowaway Cat” that’s mounted along the trust’s new Story Book Trail Friday morning. Right, Kennebunk High School alternative education students Ray Therrien and David Patoine try out a swing they helped build. A ribbon cutting event at the headquarters of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust on Friday, May 20, meant the opening of the new 800-foot-long Story Book Trail, created by alternative education students in RSU 21. First on the trail were school board chairman Maureen King and a host of pre-K students from the Kennebunk Parks and Recreation program. (Kevin A. Byron photos) Tom Bradbury, above, of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, reads from a page of his book “Scraggly, the Stowaway Cat” that’s mounted along the trust’s new Story Book Trail Friday morning. Right, Kennebunk High School alternative education students Ray Therrien and David Patoine try out a swing they helped build. A ribbon cutting event at the headquarters of the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust on Friday, May 20, meant the opening of the new 800-foot-long Story Book Trail, created by alternative education students in RSU 21. First on the trail were school board chairman Maureen King and a host of pre-K students from the Kennebunk Parks and Recreation program. (Kevin A. Byron photos)

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