"The Girl Who Wore Freedom".

From the Normandy Project LLC & The Puc Puggy Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution You are invited to attend the Florida Premier Event of "The Girl Who Wore Freedom".

The untold WWII stories of the men, women and children of Normandy, France, who lived through German occupation, the D-Day Invasion and the liberation by Allies forces - and their efforts to "never forget".

Reservations Now Available Wed, November 13, 2019 5:30 Meet & Greet 6:45 Showing Thursday, November 14, 2019 1:30 Meet & Greet 2:45 Showing Showing at the Old Mill Playhouse Lake Sumter Landing To reserve your seat go to:

normandystories.com/screenings


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