Tennessee Great War Commission recognizes state’s role in World War I
JACKSON, Tenn. — The Hub City plays a part in remembering the Great War.
Organizers called it another great opportunity to remember Tennessee’s service around the world.
“In this four-year period that took place a hundred years ago, we’re here to commemorate and remember and do what we can to bring it to people’s attention the sacrifices they made,” Andrew Pouncey, a member of the Great War Commission, said.
Services continue Saturday in Casey Jones Village and the Bemis Museum.