The Sheridan Historical Society is offering an interesting public program on Monday evening, Jan. 14 to people interested in the stories of World War II soldiers. Indianapolis resident and historian Ronald P. May offers presentations on a variety of topics related to World War II including, veteran stories from his books, contributions of women in the war, battle grounds and the geography of World War II, and places to remember those who served (Indiana Memorials/Museums and National Memorials/Museums).
A gifted public speaker, Ron May speaks regularly to veterans’ organizations, civic groups, public libraries, faith communities and other gatherings on a variety of topics. His concentration for this program will be the stories brought back by Hoosier veterans. Mr. May will also be offering a variety of his books for sale to those who attend and will be available to answer questions and autograph any purchases.
The program is free of charge and open to all. The program will begin at 7 p.m. and take place in the Community Room of the Sheridan Public Library. We hope to see you there!