Bremer Center re-opens after COVID shutdown

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■ Curran Vetter replaces Thorell as board president

  • From left, Curran Vetter hands Shane Thorell a plaque thanking him for 11 years of service on the Bremer Center board of directors, eight as president. At right is Trevor Thorell, who stepped in to fill his father’s seat on the board. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
    From left, Curran Vetter hands Shane Thorell a plaque thanking him for 11 years of service on the Bremer Center board of directors, eight as president. At right is Trevor Thorell, who stepped in to fill his father’s seat on the board. News-Register/Jeni Moellenberndt
The Bremer Center, a focal point for community meetings and events in Aurora for generations, opened its doors after a pandemic-forced shutdown recently with a new president now leading its volunteer board of directors. “We were shut down for quite a while, which was hard because there were a lot of people who wanted to rent the facility,” reported Shane Thorell, an 11- year member of the board…

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