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Motorcyclists for Lighthouses


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Motorcycles from the Southern Maine Portland Chapter of the Harley Owners Group, (SMPHOG) line up outside the Maine Lighthouse Museum in Rockland for the recent Ken Black Memorial Ride that raised money for the museum. The ride was named after the late Ken Black, a former Coast Guardsman who was known as "Mr. Lighthouse," and was the founder of the museum. One of the organizers of the fund-raiser was Chuck Schneider, who served in the Coast Guard with Ken Black.

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