World War Memories exhibit ‘til Dec. 14 at Heritage Museum
The Baldwin County Heritage Museum 7th Annual Exhibit, “WWI & WWII-Memories of Baldwin County” will open continue through December 14. Admission is free, and the museum is located at 25521 Hwy 98 E; in Elberta. Hours are Wed. – Sat. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Exhibit endorsed by the Alabama Bicentennial Commission and supported by a Grant from the Alabama Bicentennial Commission Foundation, pays tribute to Baldwin County’s men, women, places and activities during the war years. Using artifacts and information gathered from individuals, newspapers and other media, the exhibit provides a historical connection of the wars’ impact on Baldwin County by focusing on the military personnel who served in both wars, the top secret project “Operation Ivory Soap”, the German mission “Operation Drumbeat” in the Gulf of Mexico and the Outer Landing Fields for the Navy.
More info: 251-986-8375; firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook.