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Saturday
24
MAR

Women of WWII: On the Front Lines & the Home Front

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A Celebration of National Women's History Month! During World War II, American women took on many new roles, both in the military and as civilians. Beyond Rosie the Riveter and the Atomic Girls, women made incredible contributions to the war effort. One of the civilian avenues was through the American Red Cross Clubmobile program, which was essentially a mobile club, featuring doughnuts, coffee, and good old American girl-next-door friendliness, all served up at the front lines in Europe, Southeast Asia, India, and Australia - wherever the troops were to be found. Learn more about the Clubmobile program and all the ways in which American women helped win the war!

Please join Author Barb Warner Deane to learn more about the roles of American Women during WWII, the Clubmobile program, and her novel, On The Homefront, which will be available for purchase at the end of the program.