Sebago Lake


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Sebago Lake

(sĭbā`gō), c.12 mi (20 km) long and from 1 to 8 mi (1.6–12.9 km) wide, SW Maine, in a resort area. It is the second largest lake in Maine and is the source of Portland's water supply. Sebago State Park is on the lake.
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Exposure to equity investments, which can experience more meaningful valuation volatility, has been very low since inception, consisting of just one investment (excluding the firm's investment in Sebago Lake LLC [Sebago Lake]) representing 0.1% of the portfolio at fair value at March 31, 2018.
Located on gorgeous Sebago Lake in Casco, Maine, Camp Sunshine is a one-of-a-kind camp designed not only to focus on the needs of children diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, but also on the needs of the entire family.
Meanwhile, a 45-minute drive northwest of Portland takes you Bridgton, Naples and a host of other hamlets dotting the area's dozens of lakes, with Sebago Lake being the largest.
[USPRwire, Wed Jan 25 2017] To help celebrate their 10-year partnership with Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake, Tropical Smoothie Cafe announced the launch of "Share The Sunshine" campaign to identify and send deserving families to the upstate-Maine camp that offers a fun experience to children with life-threatening illnesses.
Meylan had been the director of Physical Education at Columbia University and founder of White Mountain Camp for boys on Sebago Lake in Maine in 1905.
-- Texas Roadhouse restaurants throughout New England joined together to raise $81,000 -- enough money to allow 40 families to attend Camp Sunshine, on Sebago Lake in Casco, Maine, July 27-31.
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Nestled on the shores of Sebago Lake in Maine, the Sisters of Mercy founded St.
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While Sebago Lake, Maine, might seem like a far-away place for a summer retreat, families from across the country and around the world flock to Camp Sunshine, a year-round retreat for children with life-threatening illnesses and their immediate families.
In an ice-fishing tournament on Sebago Lake, for example, 25 percent of lake trout had eaten soft plastics.
Meantime, officials have prepared for the worst on Sebago Lake, in Maine.