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HGA Founder Carlton R. Moore, Sr., passes away.

Historic Georgetown Association Founder, Carlton R. Moore, Sr. passed peacefully at his home on Monday, September 19. Carlton formed the organization in 1993 and was involved until recent years. Services will be at St. Johns Methodist Church near Georgetown on Friday, September 23. Visitation from 9 AM to 11 AM with a graveside service at 11 AM. Following the service, a reception will be held at the Georgetown Train Station complex at noon located at 140 Layton Avenue.

Many people gather to remember Toby Givens

A Celebration of Life was held at the Historic Georgetown Association complex on Saturday, September 3. Approximately 130 friends and family gathered to honor the life of HGA Charter member, Ralph A. "Toby" Givens. HGA appreciates the Givens family requesting that this Celebration of Life be held at the complex where Toby had been involved since 1993. He will always be remembered and a plaque was placed in the garden area of the Train Station honoring Toby for his years of service to HGA.

1st Annual HGA Car Show

Historic Georgetown Association had its 1st Annual Car Show in cooperation with the County Seat Cruisers on Saturday, September 10.

Family enjoys ride on Lil Toot, driven by HGA treasurer Michael Digiacoma at the August Open House

Station 77 celebrates 100th Anniversary of La France fire truck

On Saturday, August 27, 2022, members and supporters of the Georgetown Fire Company Station 77, along with HGA, celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the delivery of the first motorized fire fighting truck to the Georgetown Train Station. The new La France fire truck arrived by train to the Georgetown Train Station of August 26, 1922. Several pictures are here for your enjoyment. They were taken in front of the First Fire House on the HGA complex. HGA is proud to support Station 77 in their dedicated efforts to keep our area safe.

Toby Givens Celebration of Life event-September 3 at Noon

There will be a Celebration of Life for Charter member Ralph A. "Toby" Givens on Saturday, September 3 at the Georgetown Train Station HGA complex. The ceremony begins at noon and all are welcome.

Exective Board meeting on 8/16 at 5 PM

The Executive Board will meet Tuesday August 16 at 5 PM instead of 8:30 AM in the Train Station. Visitors welcome.

Next Open House is July 2

Historic Georgetown Association will have its next Open house at the Train Station and First Fire House on Saturday, July 2, 2022. Hours will be from Noon to 2 PM and all are welcome. No Admission Charge

1st Annual HGA Car SHow

Historic Georgetown Association will hold its 1st annual car show on Saturday, September 10 from 9 AM to 2 PM. It is hosted by County Seat Cruisers and sponsored by Chesapeake Cabinetry, Georgetown, DE (302-663-0563). All are welcome and no admission charge

First Open House of 2022 a big success

HGA held its first open house for the Train Station and the First Fire House on Saturday, April 2 from Noon to 2 PM. Over 40 men, women, and children attended the event and enjoyed the museum displays, model trains, and free rides on Lil Toot. The next Open House will be Saturday, May 7 from Noon to 2 PM. All are welcome.

2022 Open House Dates

HGA will have the first of their Open Houses on Saturday, April 2, 2022 from noon to 2 PM. Other dates through the Spring and Summer are: Saturday, May 7; Saturday, June 4; Saturday, July 2; Saturday, August 6; and Saturday September 10. All dates will have a start time of Noon and end at 2 PM. All are welcome and there is no admission charge. Come see the model trains, museum displays and rides on Lil Toot.

Change of Executive Board meeting times

In order to allow more individuals to be able to attend the HGA Board meetings, we will now meet the first and third Tuesday of the month at 5:00 PM. This will be for the months September through May. From June through August, we will meet the third Tuesday at 5:00 PM. Hopefully, this will be better for those who want to attend the meetings. All are welcome.

"Christmas at the Train Station" a big success!

After having to cancel last year's "Christmas at the Train Station" events, people were anxious to help Historic Georgetown Association celebrate this Christmas season. Approximately 250-300 adults and children showed up over the three day event. Santa was visited by a total of over 90 children, as they shared with him their Christmas wishes and received a gift packet. Boy Scout Troop 95 assisted HGA volunteers and the final event on Saturday, December 18 was catered by Marilyn's Catering. A special thanks goes out to Grace Choir of Georgetown and to Tim Sweetman of the Millsboro Chick fil A for supplying chocolate chip cookies and little Chick fil A cows for the children. HGA wants to thank those who volunteered over the course of the three events and we appreciate the public's support as we celebrate this Holy time of the year.

Scouts from Troop 95 Enjoy a Spin on "Lil Toot"

Train Station Old Fire House

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