Friday, June 17, 2011
Winston Churchill fans and history buffs recently returned from a trip to England where they learned about the man who left such an impact in Fulton back in 1946.
From May 26-June 3, a tour group of 50 embarked on Churchill’s England — a trip to various locations in the country that pieced together portions Churchill’s life and legacy. Kit Freudenberg, director of development at the National Churchill Museum, organized the trip, saying the plan was for participants to gain insight into how Churchill became the man he was.
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