On December 7, 1941, Logan County native Bill Gossett remembers exactly where he was when the news came that the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor. He also recalls the days that followed and the time he personally spent overseas as the United States entered into war. On Wednesday afternoon, Gossett addressed a group in the Atrium at the Lincoln College Lincoln Center, all there to recognize Pearl Harbor Day and the soldiers who defended our country in World War II. Lincoln College President Dr. David Gerlach also spoke, and throughout the event the American Legion Color Guard stood at the front of the crowd in honor of the occasion. LDN will have additional coverage of this remembrance service in the Friday edition.

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