ARISE News

TRAINS ACROSS IOWA

Iowa has a unique position in the history of railroads. Dr. Rudolph Daniels will explain more at his program, Trains Across Iowa. It will be held Sunday, October 20, 2 pm at the American Legion Memorial Building, 201 Poplar Street, Atlantic. Rudy Daniels…

WWI ARMISTICE CENTENNIAL

World War I was called the war to end all wars. An armistice to end that war was signed on November 11, 1918. A presentation to mark the centennial will be given on Sunday, November 11, 2 pm at the American Legion Memorial…

ABIGAIL OF THE CIVIL WAR Program on October 21st

Come to meet Abigail on Sunday, October 21, 2 pm at the American Legion Memorial Building. The Building also known as the Armory is located at 201 Poplar Street in Atlantic. The program is one of the monthly presentations sponsored by Atlantic Rock…

Things That Make You Go – Boom!

Pineapples, lemons and potatoes sound like items on your grocery list. In fact they are words used to describe U. S. military weapons and ammunitions. Steve Livengood, retired Army soldier will be showing and explaining ordnance used from World War I to present.…

“Iowa’s Own Monuments Man: George Stout”

Presentation by Nancy Trask     –    Sponsored by ARISE Sunday, February 18, 2 p.m. American Legion Memorial Building (the Armory) 201 Poplar, Atlantic Program Description:  Nancy Trask will present historical slides about the WWII Monuments Men, especially introducing George Stout, who was born and…