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Veteran's Voices II Screening

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 6140 Dempster St Morton Grove IL 60053  See map

Please join us for a screening of the second edition of our Veterans Voices oral history video.  Local veterans are featured in this fascinating documentary on their service to our country
during WWII.  Bob Casey, United States Marines, Joseph Borst, United States Navy and Roland Gladstone, United States Army Air Force are featured in this edition of the Morton Grove Historical Museum’s Veterans’ Voices.  This presentation is co-sponsored by the North Shore Senior Center and the Morton Grove Historical Museum in honor of Veterans’ Day, recognizing all those who have served our country.  Light refreshments will be served following the presentation.

To register for this program call the North Shore Senior
Center at 847-470-5223, weekdays from 9am – 4pm.

Now accepting applications for the Veterans History Project - The Morton Grove Historical Museum,
Village of Morton Grove, American Legion Post #134, Morton Grove Public Library and the North Shore Senior Center have banded together with a unique blend of home town pride to recognize the veterans of our nation’s conflicts. Ranging from the turbulent times of the
Civil War through today’s Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, the task is to capture the spirit and stories of those who served in America’s military. The Veterans History Project invites the patriots in your family to participate in this
endeavor and offers several ways to do so; whether you are a veteran yourself, or sharing the history of a relative, friend or neighbor who is with us or has passed on. The Morton Grove Historical Museum is currently accepting donations of photographs, documents and artifacts from local veterans to honor and preserve their memories. Through our Veterans Voices oral history project, we are seeking applicants interested in sharing their stories of
military service to be recorded, archived and used in a variety of multi-media presentations.

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