Remembering Florida’s Fallen Exhibit

Safety Harbor Museum & Cultural Center

The Remembering Florida’s Fallen Exhibit is a 100-foot-long and 9-foot high display that remembers the fallen members of the U.S. Armed Forces who came from Florida. This exhibit runs until May 21 at the Safety Harbor Museum and Cultural Center, 329 Bayshore Blvd. Entrance into the Museum is free with a suggested $4 donation. For more information, contact Christine McWilliams at 727-724-1562.

“The Remembering Florida’s Fallen exhibit is very moving, and we are honored to have it here in Safety Harbor,” says McWilliams . “The exhibit is a beautiful way to remember Florida’s Fallen. There is even a soldier whose home of record was Safety Harbor at the time of his death: U.S. Army Jonathan Rossi, killed in action July 1, 2007.”

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