Patriotic Day and the opening of the new exhibit at the Legacy Museum,Much in Demand: 200 Years of Central Virginia African American Military Service will be celebrated on June 20, 2009 at the Legacy Musuem. The Juneteenth Coalition is seeking volunteers and performers, as well as crafts and educational vendors to participate in this year’s event. Of particular interest are those who served in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, and who would be willing to share stories and experiences. There is to be a military roll call to honor all veterans in our area. PLEASE HELP to honor as many as possible by providing names! Contact Phyllistine Mosley at email@example.com or 434-528-2747 or the Legacy Museum at 434-845-3455
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Some time ago, Mark Freeman put a lot of time and effort into setting up our website. He did an excellent job and deserves our gratitude. Since Mr. Freeman is no longer in our area, the website has been neglected for some time. We are also grateful that Lea Tesarova has stepped forward and volunteered to update the website. We urge you to have a look at it: www.legacymuseum.org.
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