Trustees Freeport Historical Society is overseen by a Board of Trustees. Our bylaws set the size of board between 11 and 17 members. Trustees are elected by the membership for a term of three years. They may be re-elected to serve one additional three-year term. Officers are elected annually by the Trustees. Officers: Andrea Martin (President) Carla Rigby (Vice President) Jay Flower (Treasurer) Jan Gerry (Secretary) Trustees: Rita Armstrong Guy Blanchard David Coffin Jim DeGrandpre Peter Gerquest Jane Grant Rebecca Hotelling Jim Matson Eric C. Smith Brad Snow Lonny Winrich The Trustees meet monthly, on the second Thursday evening of the month. The Annual Meeting of the Corporation takes place in the first half of the year, at a date determined by the Trustees. Bylaws of the Freeport Historical Society (as amended February 11, 2015) Staff Executive Director email@example.com Jim Cram has been a member of our Historical Society since about 1980 when he was a Trustee and served as President and also chairman of the Freeport Townscape Committee. His career has been in construction with an emphasis on sales and project management spending 18 years as the export manager for Acorn / Deck House. This included building 310 housing units in ten countries. While in Hollis, NH Jim was on several boards including Chair of the Architectural Review Board and named Citizen of the Year in 2007 for the successful restoration of a 1760’s triple English barn into a heavily used community center. Currently he is on the board of Greater Portland Landmarks and the Freeport Project Review committee. Jim and his wife Anne are very pleased to be back in Freeport. Collections Manager firstname.lastname@example.org. Holly Hurd has been the Collections Manager at Freeport Historical Society since November of 2013. She holds an M.A. in American & New England Studies from the University of Southern Maine with a specialty in Early American Religious History. She has worked as a Project Archivist for Yarmouth and North Yarmouth Historical Societies, and in Education Outreach at the Osher Map Library in Portland and at the Yarmouth Historical Society. A resident of North Yarmouth, she has been a volunteer, board member and researcher/writer for North Yarmouth Historical Society since 2003. She is co-author of an “Images of America” book on North Yarmouth and a book on Congregational Church History. Office Manager email@example.com Jennifer Pollick comes to the Freeport Historical Society from Greater Portland Landmarks/The Portland Observatory where she spent 5 years managing the Observatory and planing events and programs for GPL, including two "Old House Trade Shows". She has 23 years experience as a Museum Educator in NY and ME, including Lyndhurst a National Trust for Historic Preservation Site, the New York City Police Museum, the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum a property of the NYC Parks Department's Historic House Trust and Hudson River Museum of Westchester. She is the Project Director/Author of The City is a Classroom; A Kid's Guide to Portland's Landmarks and History, a workbook for all third grade students in greater Portland, which was awarded the NEMA Publications Award for Best in Show 2014. She holds a B.A. from Salve Regina University in Anthropology/Archaeology and an M.S.Ed in Museum Education and Elementary Education from Bank Street College for Education.