Emerick, historian for the 31st Bomb Squadron, spent 17 years compiling the stories, diaries and letters of more than 120 men from the squadron, including her father.
For more information, please visit her website at http://31stbombers.org/
Kim has written, “As an author of inspirational Christian fiction, it is my goal to create stories that will edify God’s children and offer evidence of the hope we can all possess when we place our hearts and souls in God’s very capable hands.”
February 12 & 13, Friday and Saturday, you are invited to the Ashland Library Train Show from 1:30 to 5:30. Operating sets and static displays will be provided by the Boot Hill Train Club and the Northwest Oklahoma Model Railroad Club. A Thomas the Train display provided by Wes Reimer will be available for hands-on enjoyment.
Monday, January 18, at 12:00 noon, the Ashland Library will host its first luncheon of the new year. Country humorist, Jerry W. Engler, author of Just Folks, A Heartland Voice and Highly Embellished Truth, will entertain. As Engler says, “I think my stories are better than TV, and not half so nasty as day-time TV. They continue to be fiction literature, highly embellished truth, complete concoctions or great lies!”
Reservations required by January 15, six dollar donation is suggested to help cover costs.