The waters around Seguin Island are full of life. Each day fishermen and Lobstermen tend to traps and lines to catch food for people like you and me. Color the scene and show how you see life and enjoy the Seguin forever. Have your parents print the picture of the boat and color away.
Seguin Island Light Station is more than a light house. To be a light station it must possess more than one aid to the navigation of ocean going ships. Seguin has a fog horn and Maine’s last working tram. It also has a boat house and other various artifacts. Visit the island, explore and find the hidden treasures of Seguin Island Light Station.
Seguin Island Light Station has deep historical connections to the United States Coast Guard. The USCG repairs the light and makes sure the fog horn works. Each passing ship can rely on the light to shine afar and the horn to guide their way thru fog by listening to it’s sound. See how many words you can find in the word search and remember the light is always on at Seguin Island Light Station.
Emma, the Grand Daughter of our Past President Ken Young, has created a scavenger hunt. This was part of a Girl Scout Badge project, for which she won an award.