Celebratele The 70th Anniversary Of VE Day

Dated: 05/02/2015

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For a truly amusing evening come to the Nyack Library to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of V.E. Day. Co-authors Elizabeth Sayles and Rick Beyer will be there for a lively discussion of their new book about this very theatrical U.S. Army unit. It is the true story of an incredible group of artists, including Ellsworth Kelly and Bill Blass, who were sent to Europe during WWII with inflatable rubber tanks, sound effects and art supplies. Their mission was to fool the Germans as to the location of fully armed US. Army battalions. Some of the original art created by the soldiers will be on view, along with a slide presentation by the authors. Book signing will follow the discussion

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Mary Lovera

In today’s world, our relationships are very important so much so that The Right Relationships make all the difference. Having grown up in a family business, lived internationally, and worked w....

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