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Veterans Salute 2020 Digital Commemoration: Specialized Training (MCPL360)

Tue, Oct 20 2020
3:00pm - 3:10pm Central
Virtual Branch
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Community Programming
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From repairing aircraft engines to marching into battle, each soldier was given an assignment. Join our four Korean veterans as they share their stories of the jobs they were given to help the war effort. To enjoy this virtual program, go to our MCPL360 Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/mcpl360/ at the scheduled day and time. The Veterans Salute 2020 Digital Commemoration video series will feature a new video each week between September 26 and November 11 on Mid-Continent Public Library’s MCPL360 Facebook page and the Library’s YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/MCPLMO. For more information about Veterans Salute activities, visit mymcpl.org/veterans-salute.

 

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