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The Newton Falls Preservation Foundation is asking for any local World War II veterans willing to be interviewed about their military service and/or share memories surrounding the U.S.O., please contact the NFPF via email at nfpreservation44444@gmail.com or Connie Smith Talcott at Smith.Talcott@gmail.com before May 1, 2017.  

We are also seeking individuals or organizations who would be willing to volunteer time to interview World War II veterans and document their stories.  For more information, visit our website at nfpreservationfoundation.org or email nfpreservation44444@gmail.com

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This project is directly related to our goal of re-opening and preserving the Newton Falls Community Center while honoring its patriotic history.  For decades, this building has been known by community leaders as well as longtime residents for its original use as a United Service Organizations (USO) hall during World War II and then as a community gathering place for countless public and private functions.

“Sacrifices made by all Americans during WWII, from the front lines to the home front, must not be forgotten.”