Display is coming together!
The wonderful train display that was donated to HGA by Mr. Norm Sakers, is coming together nicely. Members of the Seaside Train Club are working diligently to have the display finished by the time the station is open for First Saturday Museum Tours starting May 3.
New Train Display Coming to the Train Station
Norm Sakers of Millsboro, graciously donated a large train display which is being set up in the Georgetown Train Station by some members of the Seaside Train Club. Pictured left to right are: Doc Dougherty (in Lil Toot); Bill Ziegler; Franks Parrino; Steve Cawunder; and John Hodges of the Seaside Train Club. Thanks for your efforts!
HGA Appreciates the support of Karl Haller, Attorney, Georgetown
Karl Haller has consistently supported HGA in all its efforts to make Georgetown a better place to live while preserving its rich history. His donations are appreciated, as well as, his time spent in overseeing Georgetown's First Courthouse located one block from the Circle on South Bedford St.
Christmas at the Train Station
Approximately 40 children came to see Santa and his Elves on the final Saturday of HGA's "Christmas at the Train Station"
Open House - Learn the History of Georgetown
In cooperation with the Georgetown Non-Profit Alliance, the Train Station and 5 other historical sites in Georgetown will be open on the following dates during the Spring and Summer from 10 AM to 2 PM: May 2, June 6, July 11, August 1 and September 5. In addition to the Train Station, come see the Marvel Museum, the World War II Aviation Museum, the Old Courthouse, Masonic Hall and the Treasures of the Sea Museum.