Belmont Historical Society and a Brief History of Belmont

Many of you know how much I admired Bobby Brown, but few know the impact that he had on the community of Belmont through his devotion to the foundation of Continue Reading →

Johnson Family Chronicles – Now in Audio Format

Since I released The Johnson Family Chronicles: Changing Currents ~ Changing Tides in March, I have been working with Amazon and Audible to have quality audio version of the book produced. Continue Reading →

What is Memorial Day all about? The History and the Facts

Memorial Day, celebrated on the last Monday of the month of May, began as a day to “decorate” the graves of both Northern and Southern Civil War dead with flowers in remembrance Continue Reading →

Reflections – Pearl Harbor 75 Years Later

Dateline: Pearl Harbor, Hawaii – December 7, 1941 – 7:48 am Hawaii Time – Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor Commences “Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in Continue Reading →

The Blackened Canteen Ceremony – December 6, 2016

This year’s Blackened Canteen Ceremony was co-hosted by the National Park Service and the Pacific Aviation Museum and the NPS Chief Historian, Daniel Martinez oversaw the entire event of remembrance Continue Reading →