Plainfield Central to Host World War II Demonstration

On Friday, December 1st, Plainfield Central High School will host a special program to teach students about the life of a soldier during World War II. The program will be each period of the school day from 7:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The program includes a display of WWII artifacts in the school auditorium and an outdoor battle re-enactment with a semi-automatic rifle demonstration. The Plainfield Police Department is informing the public that the demonstrations are safe but the guns, which will be shooting blanks, are very loud.


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