The Poland Spring Water springhouse and bottling facility are added to the National Register of Historic Places.
The inaugural Maine Golf Hall of Fame banquet is held at Poland Spring. Inductees the first year include Poland Spring alumni, Arthur Fenn, Ernest Newnham and Alex Chisholm. Later inductees include Tony DeRocco, Ron LeClair, Dr. Leon Buck, Bessie Fenn and Hiram W. Ricker, Jr.
The Maine State Building celebrates its centennial a part of the Town of Poland's bicentennial programming reminiscent of the dedication of the building 100 years before.
The former Bathhouse of the resort, now known as the Beach House is added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Poland Spring Preservation Park is opened by the water compant. A newly restored springhouse and former bottling facility, hiking trails and more are a part of the new facility.
Mel Robbins, longtime owner of Poland Spring Resort dies after several years of health issues. His wife and business partner Cyndi, continues to operate the Resort and expands its offerings.
Due to future widening of Route 26, the Maine Department of Transportation hires a consultant to research and document the property's potential as a historical district.
First golf professional in decades, Allan Menne, PGA, is hired.
The Maine State Building becomes home to the Maine Golf Hall of Fame.
The All Souls Chapel celebrates its centennial.
On April 26th, the application of the Poland Spring Historical District is nominated by the Maine Historic Preservation Commission to be sent to the National Register of Historic Places. On August 13th, the Poland Spring Historical District is added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Poland Spring Historic District Signage Program is unveiled. The first in a proposed three stage project to augment the historical character of the Town of Poland. The partnership brings together, two for-profit businesses, one non-profit and a municipality.