Lincoln Heritage Museum to Remember Pearl Harbor During Honor Ceremony
Public invited to participate in remembrance ceremony: “December 7th A Day that will live in infamy”

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[November 30, 2017] 


The Lincoln Heritage Museum at Lincoln College will honor those who fought and perished during the attacks on Pearl Harbor 76 years ago. The public is invited to attend this free remembrance ceremony on Thursday, December 7 at 12:30 p.m. inside the atrium at the entrance of the Lincoln Heritage Museum.

The ceremony includes Presentation of the Colors by the Lincoln American Legion Post 263 honor guard, singing of the National Anthem by Lincoln College Vocal major, Dajuan Stewart Jr., the invocation presented by Rev. Jeffrey Laible of Holy Family Church, an address by Dr. David Gerlach, President of Lincoln College, and the playing of Taps by Lincoln College Jazz Studies student Jaylen Fields.

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In addition, guest speaker Mr. Paul Beaver will share his thoughts on the attacks and bravery displayed by our military as well as the effect this had on our local community.

Please join members of the Lincoln Heritage Museum and Lincoln College in honoring those who served our country and paid the ultimate price for preserving freedom.

[Mark Gordon
Public Relations and Media Manager
Lincoln College]

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