Museum of the Forgotten Warriors
Newsletter #58 January 2023
The museum is scheduled for broadband service with satellite Internet access. This will allow for Internet access that the museum has never had. The firm chosen is succeed.net, and it will be installed Monday, January 30.
A group of approximately twenty adults called the Farm to Fork Servers visited the museum on January 11. Ray Wade was on hand to serve as a guide. Other staff members were present to assist.
Jami Areia and Tammy Pack are working on forming a subcommittee with the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce to discuss various ideas for museum development.
Brock Bowen’s five-year project to add Marysville to the Purple Heart Trail on behalf of Marysville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 948 came to fruition on Monday, January 23, when the five Purple Heart Trail signs on State Highways 20 and 70 were dedicated. Mike O’Connor, Clint Curry, and James Gallagher were speakers.
Tammy Pack brought a delicious soup for lunch on January 21. Jasen Berge’s family came by that day to view Agnes Pickering’s display. Agnes is Jasen’s great-great-grandaunt and one of the original WACs from WWII. Her story was the latest one in the Territorial Dispatch. Jasen’s mom brought some wonderful little sausages wrapped in bacon with brown sugar. Jasen brought more in the following Saturday. They were gone in a flash.
For Dann and Roberta,
These are people who have been remembered with donations in their honor:
Sgt Adler CWO Beals Wendell Bowen SP4 Clark EO1C Cousineau
SP4 Cunningham SSgt Diebel CWO Doyle Cpl Enson CWO Fields
CWO Grant SP4 Hembree Richard Libby PFC Lopez LTC Nichols
Ottis L. Pack Sgt Reeves Cpt Robinson CWO Schneider SP4 Singleton
Lt Steck Sgt. Tenorio WWII Veteran 1st Lt Wheat Paul Wymore