Life of a Soldier During WWII – Culture, History, Information & Community Series

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An Evening at the Museum – Come enjoy an evening at the Sheldon Prairie Museum for an in-depth look at the life of a soldier during WWII. Using primary documents and artifacts from the museum, as well as a first-hand perspective account, gain further knowledge and appreciation of our boys who served during WWII. (Handicapped accessibility is available – please notify NCC when registering.)
This class will be on Tuesday, February 6 from 7:00-8:00 pm at the Sheldon Prairie Museum, 319 10th Street Street in Sibley, IA. Tuition: $39.
The instructor for this course is Adam Thiner. Adam has served as a Humanities Instructor at NCC for 15 years with specific interests in US History and political events. Come join in the CHIC program series!

To register, call Northwest Iowa Community College at 712-324-5061 or 800-352-4907 and ask for Continuing Education.