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Army Heritage Center Foundation to Host Live Broadcast of The Daily Caller’s No Things Considered with Tim Young

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U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center

950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle

June 30, 2017   7:30 PM – Free and Open to the Public

 

The Army Heritage Center Foundation presents a live broadcast of the Daily Caller’s Facebook show No Things Considered with Tim Young on June 30 beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle, PA. The public is encouraged to attend as part of the live onsite audience.

A political comedian from Baltimore and best-selling author, Tim Young is the host of what is considered the right-leaning version of the Daily Show. With over 1.7 million viewers each week, No Things Considered airs live every weeknight at 7:30 p.m. on the Daily Caller’s Facebook Page. Young has also appeared in comedy clubs around the country and on Fox News Channel’s Red Eye, CNN, and in the Huffington Post.  

On his visit to USAHEC, he will highlight the uniqueness of the complex’s combination of archives, library, outdoor heritage trail, and museum exhibits.

 

About the Foundation and the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center 

The Military Heritage Foundation, doing business as the Army Heritage Center Foundation, is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) that, through donated support, is funding the construction of the public components of the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) — the Visitor and Education Center (VEC), the Hall of the American Soldier,  and the Army Heritage Center.  As the phased construction program is completed, the Foundation transfers these facilities to the Army to operate, staff, and maintain, as part of USAHEC. The Foundation will then focus on “margin of excellence support” to meet the needs of educational programs and other activities at USAHEC where federal funds are inadequate or unavailable. 

The Foundation completed Phase One of the Visitor and Education Center in 2010 with the Center’s first dedicated gallery and multipurpose rooms, infrastructure improvements to include parking and storm water management systems to support future construction in 2013, and the Hall of the American Soldier expansion in 2016 that provides additional gallery and meeting spaces.  

The Foundation is continuing to seek grants and donations to complete the Visitor and Education Center and the Army Heritage Center and to create an endowment to sustain and enhance educational programs. The Foundation’s education program includes management of the National History Day in Pennsylvania competition, a Veterans’ Café, and workshops and seminars that complement USAHEC’s programs and exhibits. 

The Foundation also supports and enhances USAHEC’s public outreach by supporting marketing initiatives and serving as a public advocate of the Center’s mission and programs. Learn more about the Foundation at www.armyheritage.org.

USAHEC is dedicated to honoring the men and women who have served this nation as Soldiers and preserving their legacy through the acquisition of their letters, diaries, photos, and artifacts that document their service.  USAHEC also educates a broad audience on the heritage of the Army by making its collections available to the public in the Ridgway Hall research room, through exhibits on the USAHEC campus, and through special programs.   A Smithsonian Affiliate, USAHEC is a component of the U.S. Army War College.  Since 2004, when the facility opened to the public, more than 1.3 million have visited.  Learn more about USAHEC at www.usahec.org.

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