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All Ages: CCHS & World War II

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All Ages: CCHS & World War II

Date: Jan 11, 2022
Time: 1:00p – 2:00p
Cost: $8.00/student, K-12th; FREE/adults and children 4 and under
Ages: All Ages
Location: 21 N Pitt St, Carlisle
Sign up: all attendees. Please pay via PayPal at the time of sign up to ensure your spot. If payment is not received by 2 weeks prior to the event, your sign up will be canceled.
Contact: Beth Mellott: [email protected]

Join us at the Cumberland County Historical Society and let Mr. March teach us about World War II. Across America, the nation mobilized in support of the war. Cumberland County was no exception. Even school children sacrificed and saved for victory. Would you paint your legs to save on nylon? Eat pickled pig’s feet? Give up driving? Feel the weight of the war effort and listen to the unbelievably heroic tales of Cumberland County Medal of Honor recipients, John Minick and Jay Zeamer.

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Date – Time

January 11, 2022 – 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Location

CCHS, Carlisle
21 North Pitt Street
Carlisle, PA 17013 US
There is free parking behind the CCHS. There is also a municipal parking lot at the post office, but it is metered like all on street parking.

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All Ages: CCHS & World War II

Date: Jan 11, 2022
Time: 1:00p – 2:00p
Cost: $8.00/student, K-12th; FREE/adults and children 4 and under
Ages: All Ages
Location: 21 N Pitt St, Carlisle
Sign up: all attendees. Please pay via PayPal at the time of sign up to ensure your spot. If payment is not received by 2 weeks prior to the event, your sign up will be canceled.
Contact: Beth Mellott: [email protected]

Join us at the Cumberland County Historical Society and let Mr. March teach us about World War II. Across America, the nation mobilized in support of the war. Cumberland County was no exception. Even school children sacrificed and saved for victory. Would you paint your legs to save on nylon? Eat pickled pig’s feet? Give up driving? Feel the weight of the war effort and listen to the unbelievably heroic tales of Cumberland County Medal of Honor recipients, John Minick and Jay Zeamer.