Bar Harbor Historical Society (Then)

Bar Harbor Historical Society (Then)

Bar Harbor Historical Society  (Now)

Bar Harbor Historical Society (Now)

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Kimberly Swan is known for fostering dogs with the goal of finding them a home. To help animals in need, she networks with other rescuers to be available for emergency transports. Kim regularly hosts fundraisers for animals and is a generous supporter of rescue organizations.

Kim's favorite Maine non-profits include Peace Ridge Sanctuary in Brooks, Maine and the SPCA of Hancock County.

http://www.peaceridgesanctuary.org
https://www.spcahancockcounty.org

In 2018 Kim was appointed to the Maine State Council of the Humane Society of the United States.

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Kim dedicates much of her time to giving back to other volunteer organizations.

To preserve the unique history of Bar Harbor, she is a Board Member and avidly supports the Bar Harbor Historical Society.

Through unique merchandise and charitable program, Kim uses the proceeds from sales of Mount Desert Island HOME and LOVE items with her trademarked image.

Kimberly Swan is the Executive Producer of the 2018 documentary film, The Fire of '47, directed by Peter Logue. The film is now available on DVD and on Itunes.

Swan and Logue are collaborating on the 2019 documentary film, CONSOLIDATION, exploring the challenges of the 1968 opening of Mount Desert Island High School, consolidating three very proud and competitive Island Schools.