Reminder: ‘Rosie the Riveter’ group meets Saturday in West Seattle

On Saturday, many Americans will stop to think about World War II, on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. In West Seattle, a group of women with a special interest in wartime remembrances will be gathering, as announced by local writer/performer/activist Georgie Bright Kunkel (right):

The reorganized Rosie the Riveter Group will meet at the home of Georgie Bright Kunkel on Saturday, December 7th, at 1:30 pm.

Call Georgie at 206-935-8663 if you worked during World War II in any job that released a man to serve in the military. We will share WWII stories.

If you were a Rosie – as was Georgie – or know one, don’t miss it. (Here’s our report by Christopher Boffoli from a gathering of Georgie and other local “Rosies” back in 2009.)

1 Reply to "Reminder: 'Rosie the Riveter' group meets Saturday in West Seattle"

  • Mike December 4, 2013 (10:52 pm)

    Hats off to these ladies. They supported our military with dedication and hard work and broke barriers in the labor industry. They helped make our lives better and are probably super sweet ladies too.

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