UWS and Bong Veterans Historical Center are teaming up again for the 3rd Annual Camp Bong. It's a sleepover experience for youth that offers a variety of learning experiences and visit areas usually off limits to the public. It's been a very popular event in the last few years, so they've separated it to two events...
I'm sure people who don't read this blog will wonder if the city of Duluth neglected to pay their light bill when the Aerial Lift Bridge's lights go dark tomorrow. Truth of the matter is there's a very good reason for it and the community will be joining millions around the world!
If you haven't been to the Richard Bong Heritage Center, you should really stop by today. It's their 3rd Annual Open House and admission is just $5 today. I've been to the center and it really is a world class center that honors our veterans.
What an awesome idea! Re-creating WWII iconic photographs using local celebrities!!! I am honored to be part of this project and thank everyone involved for the opportunity to help raise funds for the Richard I. Bong Heritage Center. Yes, that's Michelle Lee from the Northlands News Center on the cover, as Rosie the Riveter. Great job, Michelle! Want to see my re-created photo?