December 7, 1941 – the attack on Pearl Harbor -was a day that has remained in infamy.  Very few service members who personally remember that day are still among us.  The American Legion Auxiliary encourages everyone to do what they can to keep Pearl Harbor a part of National consciousness.  Many brave service members were asleep or about their morning routines when the Japanese bombers delivered a blow that would decide America’s involvement in World War II.  More than 2,400 service members died during the attack.
I invite you along with the members of the American Legion Auxiliary Adamson-Norman Unit #30  to take a moment and remember the men and women who lost their lives that fateful day.
Jeanne Schetnan
Adamson-Norman Unit 30
Fergus Falls, MN


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