Take a ride through military history

The Marlboro Volunteers Inc. will offer a unique and educational experience during its annual “Ride Through History” set for July 21-22 in Alliance, Ohio.

The historical and educational organization represents all U.S. Wars from the French & Indian to the present. During the Ride Through History, members of the group display restored military vehicles and present living history camps — all dating back to the Revolutionary War.

A highlight of the encampment is the Mobile Museum of U.S. Military History — a 48-foot moving van which has been converted into a traveling museum. Visitors enter and view memorabilia, weapons, uniforms and photos. There is also a medical tent which houses a display of medical equipment.

Ride Through History will take place on a 330-acre tract of land located at 16125 Armour St. NE in Alliance, July 21 from 9-5 and July 22 from 9-4. Parking is free. Admission is $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12.

For more information visit www.marlborovolunteersinc.com or call Denny Davis (330-645-1994) or Don Shaffer (330-935-0200).

About Marlboro Volunteers Inc.
The Marlboro Volunteers Inc. is a charitable Non-Profit Organization 501c[3](U.S.) Military History and Educational Organization. They are not affiliated with any other organizations. The group is comprised of “volunteers” who give of their time, talents, energy, and life experiences to honor the men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States of America, from the French & Indian War to the Present. They complete their Mission Statement through educational and historical presentations by members and via their Mobile Museum of U.S. Military History.

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