Please join us at ATEC building at Lincoln Academy in Newcastle on Wednesday, June 12th from 4-6PM to celebrate the release of May Davidson's first book Whatever It Takes: Seven Decades of True Love, Hard Work, and No Regrets. Her memoir is all about her adventurous and inspiring life in Lincoln County, from 1929 to today. This free event will feature a reading and short talk by Davidson, Q&A, the raffle of a Maine Buoy Bell, and refreshments.
May Davidson was born in 1929 in Damariscotta, a charming fishing village located in midcoast Maine. In 1947, she graduated from Lincoln Academy, a private high school in the nearby town of Newcastle. She married her teenage sweetheart, James, a year later. Determined to stay in Maine, Davidson and her husband of sixty-eight years experimented with several entrepreneurial endeavors—from creating a lobster trap building facility to raising purebred sheep—before finding worldwide success with the design of the iconic Maine Buoy Bell. Today, she lives in Whitefield, Maine, and is known for her column in The Lincoln County News.