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Michigan’s Military Museum sponsors movie fundraiser

  On Saturday, April 18, Michigan’s Military and Space Heroes Museum will be sponsoring a showing of “Uncle Buddy” at the Bronner Performing Arts Center, at the Frankenmuth High School.

  The show, a fundraiser for the museum, starts at 7pm. The money raised will be used for the Museum’s youth educational programs. Tickets will be available at the Museum and at the door.

  The movie, “Uncle Buddy,” was produced by CinemaStar Productions of Bay City. The feature-length film follows an Iraq war veteran, Buddy Pappas, as he recovers his life and purpose upon his return to civilian life while dealing with his PTSD. “Uncle Buddy” was shot in Bay City and aboard the USS Edson, docked at the Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum. “Uncle Buddy” DVDs will be available at the Michigan’s Military and Space Heroes Museum gift shop, the USS Edson gift shop and at the cinemastarproductions.com website.

  Since 1980, Michigan’s Military and Space Heroes Museum has worked to “Honor, Respect and Remember” all of Michigan’s veterans and astronauts by educating the public through its displays and programs while highlighting the personal stories of our state’s veterans.


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