The Secretary of State cordially invites you to the opening of Washington Remembers World War II—a special exhibit marking the 70th anniversary of the conflict’s end.
At an event honoring survivors of the war, hear from one of the first black Marines since the Revolution who served his country in a prejudiced America. Meet a Holocaust survivor from Poland who hid in a barn loft to escape the death camps, and a veteran of the Battle of the Bulge whose letters home detailed the grueling day-to-day life of a soldier.
Join Secretary of State Kim Wyman on August 20 at the Capitol Building on the 3rd floor in the Legislative Building’s State Reception Room. The program starts at 3pm. Viewing of the exhibit and reception to follow in the Secretary of State's Office. RSVP or more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 902-4171.
*Please Note: the program has moved to the State Reception Room
416 Sid Snyder Avenue SW, 3rd Floor State Reception Room
Olympia, WA 98501
For parking information please see the Capitol Campus parking map.
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