"Building & real estate" special section piece by Ted Regan, executive director
"Building & real estate" special section piece by Ted Regan, executive director of Rippleffect in Portland, who describes how he started his program for at-risk youth and how with the help of trustee/founder Aaron Frederick, other supporters, and the Maine Coast Heritage Trust, he was able to acquire Cow Island in Casco Bay for a base camp. Last year Rippleffect served more than 550 teens. Last spring, 30 people came together to brainstorm how to create a year round facility and maintain public access on the island, while respecting easement and environmental concerns. A 40-page booklet detailing those plans is available at www.rippleffect.net.
Rippleffect Portland, Regan, Ted
Regan, Ted, ""Building & real estate" special section piece by Ted Regan, executive director" (2004). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 2875.