Sips and Friends of Acadia Host Reception for New ANP Superintendent Kevin Schneider

SOUTHWEST HARBOR, MAINE — More than 55 Acadia-area residents of all ages, together with members of the Friends of Acadia staff , gathered at Sips Restaurant in Southwest Harbor Sunday afternoon to meet the new superintendent of Acadia National Park, Kevin Schneider, and his family. Hosted by Sips owner Scott Worcester, along with Renée, Diana, and Maggie of the Sips staff, the event featured relaxed conversation, an Acadia Centennial cake, and thoughtful comments from Superintendent Schneider on the value of great staff, great partners, and great communities to a national park—all of which Acadia enjoys in profusion.


David MacDonald, Kevin Schneider, and Scott Worcester
Kevin Schneider Cuts the Cake

(Left to Right) Friends of Acadia president & CEO David MacDonald, Acadia National Park superintendent Kevin Schneider, and Sips owner Scott Worcester

New Acadia National Park superintendent Kevin Schneider serves up the Acadia Centennial “birthday cake” at a reception at Sips in Southwest Harbor

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, February 29, 2016
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