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November 28th, 9:16 am
Maine's First Ship

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November 20th, 10:54 am
Maine's First Ship

Maine’s First Ship is pleased to announce their hiring of Kirstie Truluck as its first Executive Director.

A lifelong educator, she is committed to the strength and sustainability of our local community. She brings over a decade of administrative leadership, an enthusiasm for all that MFS has accomplished to date, and the facilitation expertise to help the organization pull together in the service of lofty goals. She is eager to help MFS nurture its capacity to immerse the public in an exploration of the region’s early history, maritime craftsmanship, and community relationships.

Truluck fell in love with the Maine coast and wooden boats during an Outward Bound course that brought her to Bath for the first time in 1989. She returned to Maine for college, to work on wooden schooners, to teach children in the outdoors, and to raise her family in Bath, ME. Her local board service has focused on Bath’s economic vitality with Maine Street Bath and Maine’s youth development with Teens to Trails.

Truluck’s family embraces the wisdom “... there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” ~ Kenneth Grahame's classic novel 'The Wind in the Willows'.
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Maine’s First Ship is pleased to announce their hiring of Kirstie Truluck as its first Executive Director.
A lifelong educator, she is committed to the strength and sustainability of our local community. She brings over a decade of administrative leadership, an enthusiasm for all that MFS has accomplished to date, and the facilitation expertise to help the organization pull together in the service of lofty goals. She is eager to help MFS nurture its capacity to immerse the public in an exploration of the region’s early history, maritime craftsmanship, and community relationships.
Truluck fell in love with the Maine coast and wooden boats during an Outward Bound course that brought her to Bath for the first time in 1989. She returned to Maine for college, to work on wooden schooners, to teach children in the outdoors, and to raise her family in Bath, ME. Her local board service has focused on Bath’s economic vitality with Maine Street Bath and Maine’s youth development with Teens to Trails.
Truluck’s family embraces the wisdom “... there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.” ~ Kenneth Grahames classic novel The Wind in the Willows.

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Congratulations and welcome. I'm very interested in the Virginia as my 10th grandfather was James Davis, it's captain.

Congratulations! MFS is so fortunate to have you!!! Can’t wait to hear more! Xo

Thrilled beyond words & so inspired by the Maine's First Ship community ⚓️

Congratulations, Kirstie Truluck! Fabulous choice by MFS.

Congratulations!

🍾🎉🥳 best wishes

Yay Kirstie!!!

Congratulations!

🎉🎉🎉

Congrats!!

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