"War Dogs of the Pacific" Showing at the Indiana Welcome Center
HAMMOND, IN - A special showing of, "War Dogs of the Pacific" will be showing at the In-Vision Theater at the Indiana Welcome Center in Hammond on Saturday, April 17th at 11:30 am. Seats for the showing are $10 per person and all proceeds go to the Hammond Police Department - Canine Unit.
"War Dogs of the Pacific," is a documentary that tells the incredible story of the Marine Dog Platoons of World War II. The heartwarming exploration of the bonds between young marines and their dogs, who teamed up to perform dangerous missions. Their success at finding hidden enemies saved countless lives in the Pacific.
There will be a special introduction given by Edmund Adamski, who served in the 3rd Marine War Dog Company while fighting in Guam. There will be light refreshments and raffles at the showing. To learn more about the film, visit imdb.com/title/tt2005151.
To reserve your seat (seating is limited) call (219) 781-4301. Checks can be made payable to Woof Pack K-9 Unit and sent to Woof Pack K-9 Unit, P.O. Box 9092, Highland, Indiana 46322.