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Monday, November 30, 2015



Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10049 Simi Valley will host a special Pearl Harbor Commemoration Ceremony marking the 74th anniversary of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor Hawaii on Monday, December 7, 2015 The program will be held at the VFW Museum of Military History, 1555 Simi Town Center Way, 93065, Suite number 220 beginning at 17:30 hours (5:30 P.M.) Early arrival is recommended, as seating is limited.  The program will conclude at 6:30 P.M.   Admission is free to the pubic.  

The Commemoration Ceremony will chronicle the events of December the 7th, 1941 with a moving program of military theater, original military Poster Art and memorabilia of World War Two.  World War Two Veterans and their families will be in attendance sharing their remembrances of "The Day that will Live in Infamyas was memorialized in President Franklin Roosevelt's famous address to the Congress of the United States on December the 8th, 1941. 

Following this ceremony, a special viewing of the famous movie "From Here to Eternity" will be shown at the newly opened Studio Movie Grill located on the west side of the Simi Valley Town Center.  Reservations can be made on the SMG website.  Seating is limited with all proceeds donated to support the VFW Museum of Military History education program. See attached information flyer.  The film begins at 7:30 P.M. and dining is available at the Studio Movie Grill. 

Contact Mr. Nigel "Tony" Boucher for further information at 805 377-7926.
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