A second garden is being planned by Broward Master Gardeners! It will be called "Tuskegee Garden" in honor of Lt. Col Leo Gray, one of the original Tuskegee Airmen during WWII. Vietnam veteran John Bowen, an author and illustrator, prepares the silhouette of the red-tail plane "Little Florence" flown by Lt. Col Gray, which will be part of the Tuskegee Garden. More to follow!
Thank you to Veterans Brendan Doyle, Phillip Jordan, Nunzio Galli, and Conrad Multon for fixing the night lights and adding a front sign to the Museum's building!
Thank you to Mr. George Retela, for donating copies for the Museum's library
Mr Retela, a WWII veteran, is part of the war stories
of the surviving members of Air Group 11:
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