This year marks the 100th anniversary of Freeport Heath Centre. Freeport opened in 1916 as a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. It was also used as a military hospital, and morphed into a rehab centre as treatments for tuberculosis improved. These days, it specializes in areas including mental health, stroke recovery, long-term care and general rehabilitation. Join us as Bernice Uebele, who volunteers in the archives at Freeport, will be sharing some of Freeport’s very interesting history.