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Brian Aasgaard

President of the Board of Directors

Friends of Freeman Station

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www.burlingtonmayor.com

Photo by Brian Aasgaard
Once complete in 2017, the upstairs area will serve as a museum with interactive displays. It will also serve as a meeting space, which is expected to appeal particularly to non-profit groups. Brian Aasgaard, president of the board of directors for Friends of Freeman Station, says the project is a labour of love for the volunteers and donors - some of whom have a connection to the station, whether it was sitting in the waiting room for a delivery or pick up, or simply watching the trains come and go. Volunteers gather at the end of a work session. Left to right, David Filman, Gerry Sullivan, Reg Cooke, Brian Aasgaard, John Mellow, Stan Dunham and Ron Danielsen. Photo by Denny Williams Left to right, David Filman, Gerry Sullivan, Reg Cooke, Brian Aasgaard, John Mellow, Stan Dunham and Ron Danielsen. For information or to get involved as a volunteer or donor, call Brian Aasgaard at 905-334-0272 or visit www.freemanstation.ca.


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Volunteers gather at the end of a work session. Left to right, David Filman, Gerry Sullivan, Reg Cooke, Brian Aasgaard, John Mellow, Stan Dunham and Ron Danielsen. Photo by Denny Williams
David Filman, Gerry Sullivan, Reg Cooke, Brian Aasgaard, John Mellow, Stan Dunham and Ron Danielsen. Brian Aasgaard, president of the board of directors for Friends of Freeman Station, says the project is a labour of love for the volunteers and donors - some of whom have a connection to the station, whether it was sitting in the waiting room for a delivery or pick up, or simply watching the trains come and go. For information or to get involved as a volunteer or donor, call Brian Aasgaard at 905-334-0272 or visit www.freemanstation.ca.


www.burlingtonmayor.com

Photo by Brian Aasgaard
Once complete in 2017, the upstairs area will serve as a museum with interactive displays. It will also serve as a meeting space, which is expected to appeal particularly to non-profit groups. Brian Aasgaard, president of the board of directors for Friends of Freeman Station, says the project is a labour of love for the volunteers and donors - some of whom have a connection to the station, whether it was sitting in the waiting room for a delivery or pick up, or simply watching the trains come and go. Volunteers gather at the end of a work session. Left to right, David Filman, Gerry Sullivan, Reg Cooke, Brian Aasgaard, John Mellow, Stan Dunham and Ron Danielsen. Photo by Denny Williams Left to right, David Filman, Gerry Sullivan, Reg Cooke, Brian Aasgaard, John Mellow, Stan Dunham and Ron Danielsen. For information or to get involved as a volunteer or donor, call Brian Aasgaard at 905-334-0272 or visit www.freemanstation.ca.


www.freemanstation.ca

Brian Aasgaard, President of Friends of Freeman Station (L) was on hand at The Burlington Historical Society's May meeting held at the Burlington Central Library on Monday evening May 12th, to receive a $5,000 donation from Alan Harrington, President of the Burlington Historical Society (R).
From the left is Bob Chambers, Bev Jacobs, James Smith, and in the back row from the left is John Mellow, Reg Cooke and Brian Aasgaard. Noreen McNairn and her daughter Judi McNairn donated 2 antiques from their family's railway memorabilia collection to Friends of Freeman Station President Brian Aasgaard to be displayed as period pieces inside the fully restored Burlington Junction station.


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President: Brian Aasgaard


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