Reviving a Beloved Tale: First National Bank Supports Reprinting of Good Golly Miss Molly

by | Feb 5, 2024

(Left-Right): St. George Historical Society’s Carolyn Garratt-Reed, First National Bank’s Jake Miller and St. George Historical Society’s Jenny Hall Maltais holding 2024 reprinting of the beloved tale, Good Golly Miss Molly.

First National Bank recently announced a $2,864 contribution to the St. George Historical Society toward the 2024 reprinting of the beloved story Good Golly Miss Molly, written and illustrated by Eloise Ensor and her late-husband, Robert Ensor. Eloise, a St. George resident, authorized the reprinting.

Good Golly Miss Molly tells the story of a charming wire-haired fox terrier as the hit of the 4th of July parade in Tenants Harbor. To further their fundraising efforts, the St. George Historical Society will offer the book for sale at their location at 38 Main Street in Tenants Harbor and online at

“Our coastal Maine villages are incredibly special,” said First National Bank’s VP, Senior Business Development Officer, Jake Miller. “We’re proud to support the historical society and its mission to safeguard our rich history and storytelling traditions for generations to come.”

The St. George Historical Society manages four historical sites in St George, Marshall Point Lighthouse & Museum, Andrew Robinson Homestead at 945 River Road, Schoolhouse Museum at School St and their headquarters at the Old Library Museum at 38 Main.

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