Pearl Harbor Day
"If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?"
~ Psalm 11:3 ~
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NEWS RELEASE FROM FFI
A U.S. military chaplain who served in Afghanistan is the scheduled keynote speaker at a Greenville observance of Pearl Harbor Day. Captain Stephen D. Brown (U.S. Navy, retired) will headline the December 7 event at Wade Hampton High School.
“Greenville Remembers” is the theme of the 11 a.m. Saturday program sponsored by First Foundations Inc., and hosted by the Wade Hampton High School Air Force J.R.O.T.C.
Patriotic music, video of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, a salute to veterans, and distribution of the book PEARL SURVIVORS, by Dick Jensen, will be included in the observance. People of all ages are welcome to attend at no admission charge.
First Foundations, Inc. (FFI) is a South Carolina charity located in Travelers Rest since 1997. The Pearl Harbor program in Greenville is one in a series of patriotic events produced by nonpartisan FFI.
Details at www.firstfound.us or phone Dick Jensen at 864-8342300.
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