Posted by Kevin - July 1, 2017 - News Articles - No Comments

At the June meeting of the Rangeley Region Guides & Sportsmen’s Association, the organization unveiled a memorial bronze plaque to honor its past president, Don Palmer. With Don’s wife Stephanie, their sons, and grandchildren in attendance, RRG&SA Secretary, Elaine Holcombe, read the inscription.

Richard “Don” Palmer
Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association
President, 1994-2010
The association salutes its past president, Don Palmer, for his vision, devotion, and

leadership in his tenure as president.
Don revitalized the organization into one of the largest, most dynamic, and influential
sporting clubs in Maine. Don’s passion, integrity, and intrepid vision, swept hundreds into our mission of
preserving, enjoying, and promoting Maine’s sporting heritage.
He leaves a legacy of service and fellowship that we will not forget.

Following the unveiling, DIFW Commissioner, Chandler Woodcock, and Game Warden, Harry Weigman, presented the Palmer family with a beautiful print of a Maine black bear. After the ceremonies, the large gathering entered the clubhouse to enjoy a potluck supper and an educational program presented by Commissioner Woodcock.

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