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Friday, May 17, 2019

Dr. Gale Largey's WW II Documentary Fri. May 24 at 7:30 PM Deane Center Wellsboro

This presentation of Dr. Gale Largey's wonderful WW II Documentary in which WW II Heroes from Tioga County PA area tell about their experiences during war time is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC with special seating for Veterans, Active Military, their families, Widows of Veterans, and Gold Star Families ...

We hope to fill the Coolidge Theatre at the Deane Center Fri. May 24th 7:30 PM ..

HUGE THANK YOU to the Oldham Family, owners of CANYON COUNTRY CABS, who have so generously donated their bus to pick up Veterans in the Wellsboro area and take you to this and back home if you don't have any other way to get there!

HUGE THANK YOU TO MOUNTAIN HOME MAGAZINE, WELLSBORO HOME PAGE, and HOMETOWN COUNTRY RADIO KC101.5 FM for sponsoring this presentation and making it a benefit for Goodies For Our Troops' care packages for TODAY'S #HEROES who are serving our country and paying the price for our freedom ...

So awesome to see the Wellsboro Community and Businesses coming together to support this presentation! HUGE THANK YOU TO RESTAURANTS, WINE MAKERS, AND CRAFT BEER BREWERS WHO ARE PROVIDING FOOD AND BEVERAGES FOR THE RECEPTION and to all who are donating to help defray the Deane Center rental and other expenses!

Reception following film will feature adult beverage tastings and finger foods and will be an opportunity for all to chat and reflect on days gone by and the sacrifices our #Heroes made and continue to make for our freedom!

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

When I'm in Westfield, I always stop at the community honor roll, listing all area men and women that have served. My dad was in the Army from 1941 until 1945 and is among the WWII veterans honored.

Struck me long ago, how many from there served in WWII, considering how small the area's population was back then.