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Well you should have been there. We had our first speaker of the 2021 season, and its was a great turnout !
Mary Morton Cowan author of Captain MAC: The Life of Donald Baxter MacMillan Artic Explorer discussed her new book, and the crowd loved it. Thank you to Mary.
Doesn't look like much does it ! It's however the remaing piece of the East Hebron Train Station. We are trying our utmost to save the building from demolition. Once it's gone it's gone.
Research into the buildings past is ongoing. If you happen to haver any old photos we would really like to see them.
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Summer 2021, it seems like an eternity since we started trying to get help moving our little building. The latest info is it's soon to be moved. Preperations are being made. Fingers crossed !
We are still getting donations for the restoration effort albeit slowly, but every dollar counts, and we very much appreciate what has been donated so far. We have set up a seperate account for all donations. Monies in this account are waiting to be used for materials once the building is moved to the new position. We have already removed the old floor in the office area, and with some donated funds replaced all the floor joists, and some of the sills in that office area. A sizable number of concrete pads to set the building onto were also purchased, and await the building when it is finally moved.
Remember we have a Go Fund Me page. Simply copy and paste https://www.gofundme.com/east-hebron-maine-train-building into your address field on your browser.
We accept donations any way you can donate. Many have chosen to send money directly to the Hebron Historical Society, some have dropped them off at the local Hebron Storekeepers store next to our restoration site. The Hebron Town Office is another good oppurtunity.