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In the "Pemaquid Point, Before the Bell Tower" story of last month's issue, although we meant to say the correct thing, we made a major mistake in the way the end of the article was worded. An incorrect word here and there can give the story an entire differnt meaning. We apologize for the error. It should have stated: "Today keeper's house features the Fishermen's Museum, which is owned by the Town of Bristol and staffed by volunteers. The tower and tower entryway exhibit is open for tours on scheduled times by volunteers of the Friends of Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, a chapter of the American Lighthouse Foundation.

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