FRIENDS OF THE DOMINY LIBRARY – World War II certainly changed the world, as it was known at the time, and the historical accountability of the intricate involvement of America’s military and domestic resources has long been a subject of intriguing interest to a multitude of military, history, and aviation buffs.
WWII Historian Don Fortna will be making a presentation on the history of the War that has proven to be interesting to people of all ages that have an interest in military and aviation experiences. Of particular focus will be Don’s knowledge of the fighter pilots and their aircraft that were a center piece in America’s dominating success in bringing that Great War to a victorious conclusion.
Join Don, at 3:00 pm on Sunday, January 29th, in the White Community Room of the Dominy Memorial Library at 201 S Third Street in Fairbury, for an interesting and exciting look back at the past. It’s free admission, Mr. Fortna’s personal collection of model aircraft will be on display, and there will be refreshments available. If you like military history or, just interesting history, this presentation is a good one to take in.