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Funeral Attendance and Etiquette
Funeral Attendance and Etiquette

Should you send funeral flowers? Is it OK to wear blue instead of black? What should you say? These are all questions that may run through your mind when planning to attend a funeral. Times like these tend to cause people to walk on eggshells, and knowing the proper funeral etiquette can be helpful in alleviating some nerves. Being aware of what to expect and the role you will play can make funeral attendance less intimidating. If you plan to attend the services or send funeral flowers, you should be aware that there could be multiple services. For example, a visitation or... more »


Maine Funeral Homes

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Maine is known for the more than 60 lighthouses by the coast of this state.  Lighthouses were once known to be the guardians and saviors of the sea.  The light cuts through fog and foul weather.  This serves as a warning against danger for those at sea.  It is also a guide for those who are lost so they would find their way home. 

When visiting Maine, it is a necessity to visit and explore some of these lighthouses.  Some of these have been refurbished into hotels, making it very appealing to tourists.  Some have been turned into bird sanctuaries and wildlife refuges.  Some have been turned into museums. One of the famous and well-photographed lighthouses is the Bass Harbor Head in Mt. Desert Island.  The grounds are open to anyone who wants to visit except for the keeper's house.  Cape Neddick, or most popularly known as "the Nubble" can be found in York.  It is inspired by a Victorian theme and shows miniature lighthouses on its railings.  It is not open for visitors but can be easily viewed from 200 yards away.

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