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Camp Gordon Johnston Reunion Days

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When
Saturday, March 10, 2018

Address
1873 Hwy 98 West

Phone Number
(850) 697-8575

Email
info@campgordonjohnston.com

Camp Gordon Johnston Reunion Days

The Camp Gordon Johnston Association and WWII Museum celebrates the 23rd Annual Camp Gordon Johnston Reunion Days on March 9th - 10th in Carrabelle, FL. A weekend of meaningful events is planned especially to honor our country’s remaining WWII veterans as well as recognize and salute all veterans from WWII to present. All veterans, their family and friends as well as the general public are invited to Carrabelle for the celebrations.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

 Camp Gordon Johnston Days Parade 10:45 a.m. Tribute to all military veterans. Begins at NW 10th St & US 98 in Carrabelle.  To enter the parade, sign up at https://www.campgordonjohnston.com/visit/special-events/  or join the end of the line up. Lineup 9:45 am at US 98 & NW 10th St.

 Camp Gordon Johnston Days Parade Military Vehicle Display

Downtown Carrabelle after the parade, 11:45 – till… To participate call 850-697-8575

Camp Gordon Johnston WWII Museum open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Refreshments available.  Documentary videos to be shown throughout the museum.

 Camp Gordon Johnston Days Dinner-Dance, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. 201 NW Ave F, Carrabelle.  Advance tickets: $10. At the door: $15. This event is open to the public with limited seating.

 

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