Posted on: February 1, 2018

Old Zion Heritage Museum "African Americans in Times of War" Program on February 25th


February 1, 2018

CONTACT: Lindsey Wiles

Communications Manager



MARIETTA – On Sunday, February 25, 2018, the Old Zion Heritage Museum will host a Black History Month Program, “African Americans in Times of War" at 3:00pm at the museum located at the corner of Haynes Street and Lemon Street near Zion Baptist Church in Marietta, GA.

The Black History Program at the Museum is co-sponsored by American Legion Post 296. The Marietta High School JROTC Color Guard will participate along with their, Commander, Colonel James Wilson.  The President and Commander of Post 296 will participate, also, along with some of their members. 

The Old Zion Heritage Museum is also pleased to recognize and honor veterans and active duty military personnel who are present at the program. The community is invited to come and participate in the singing of patriotic songs along with being informed about the history of “African Americans in Times of War.”

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