FINDING DON GORDONI: A WORLD WAR II STORY
|Dates:||January 28, 2020|
|Meets:||Tu from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM|
|Location:||Timberline High School|
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A presentation for WWII buffs. Hear a non-fiction story about Don Gordoni, a WWII aviator on the Liberty Bell with Idaho connections. The instructor's father served with him. "Seventy-five years after being shot down, the Liberty Bell still lies on the bottom of the North Sea, fifteen miles southwest of Heligoland with 'Don M' painted on one side, 'Adele' on the other, and a picture of his guitar still under the radio room window." This story is a tribute to the Gordoni family and the families of over fifty million others killed during WWII in order to remember their loved ones and forever honor the sacrifice that they made.
Click on instructor link for biography; ages 18+