OCT. 17 – Milwaukee’s Contribution to the WWII Effort

OCT. 17 – Milwaukee’s Contribution to the WWII Effort

Long before Japanese bombs rained down on Pearl Harbor, Milwaukee was the “Machine Shop to the World.” Thanks to our city’s large industrial base and heroic local citizens, the impact we had on the Second World War was significant. Hear these stories of patriotism from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter, Meg Jones, a Wisconsin-born, UW-Madison graduate.


Thursday, October 17, 2-3:30 p.m.


Luther Manor’s Faith & Education Center
4545 N. 92nd St.

* Take the North Drive into Luther Manor and follow it to the Faith & Education parking lot.