Fenton History Center’s Vets Finding Vets Program

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Fenton History Center

On Saturday, August 19, Fenton History Center’s Vets Finding Vets Program will travel by bus to Conneaut Ohio for the 18th annual D-Day Reenactment. The D-Day event is the largest in the country. Reenactors will provide spectators with a realistic glimpse into one of the most pivotal times in the history of the world. All ages of veterans are welcome and may bring one person to accompany them. Free transportation and admission to the park. Food vendors are found throughout the park. The Fenton’s Vets Finding Vets Program will take care of lunch for all registered veterans of WWII and Korea. The park is 100% handicapped accessible, with plenty of handicapped restrooms throughout the park. Service dogs are welcomed. All veterans will be honored, and WWII and Korea veterans have the courtesy of gaining special seating access if registered by August 11. This special viewing area overlooks the “invasion of Normandy Beach.” Seating is limited. Register by calling Barb Cessna, Vets Finding Vets Coordinator, at 716.664.6256 or 716.489.0707. For more information about all of the activities at the D-Day Reenactment please visit www.ddayohio.us.