Where history comes alive!

​Northside Events & Social Club 
(formerly K of C)
2100 E 71st Street 
Indianapolis, IN 46220​

(Photo credit: "WWIIRT 2021 Newsletter September final draft", page 6.)

September WWII Roundtable Hybrid Dinner Meeting

(In-Person & Zoom)

Monday, ​September 27, 2021

Northside Events & Social Club 

Doors open - 5 PM.​​ Dinner - 6 PM. Program - 7 PM. 

Join us! 

 Learn about WWII history from the heroes that lived it. ​

Meet authors, heroes, historians, history buffs & Veterans. ​​​Everyone is welcome - all ages! 

​​​Share and view events for Veterans, friends & families all around Central Indiana.

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​​2020/2021 Annual Dues
Veteran Family $20
Non-Veteran Family $25
WWII Veterans FREE​​​​​​​​ Membership​

​Accepting checks now for 2021

Make payable to: 

WWII Roundtable Inc.

P.O. Box 1965

Noblesville, IN 46061​​

​Or pay online when you click on the 
"Pay Now" button, below:


In-person & ZOOM​​

Dinner (RSVP), $11 + table tip
6:00 PM dinner served

7:00 PM program

Jan 25, Feb 22, Mar 22, Apr 26,
May 24, June 28, July 26, Aug 23, 
Sept 27, Oct 25, Nov 22, Dec 27​​

RSVP Deadline - Friday, September 24

Email Karl Kleinbub: knj1002@myninestar.net or phone(317) 607-6948. Your RSVP dinner reservation helps us inform the kitchen to provide for the required number of meals for our in-person dinner attendees. Bring exact change for the $11 dinner fee plus a few dollars more for the tip and cash for the optional raffle tickets. ​

This excellent documentary has two parts and is posted on Ivy Tech's "LIBRARY GUIDES" web page/Asian Pacific American Heritage/Documentaries & Cultural Links:

Link to Part 1 and Part 2 (navigate down on left column, "Cultural Links," almost at bottom of page):


(Source and credit: Link was made possible by IvyTech Library. Photo copied from documentary.)

Our Commemorative Challenge Coins are beautiful. They are given FREE to all WWII Veterans. They are also available with a $10 donation.

​​Zoom link and login

Meeting ID: 879 7123 1382

For telephone access information see "Scheduled Zoom Meeting Access Link" on this website's ANNOUNCEMENTS & NEWSLETTERS page. 

(Please remember to mute your microphones during the speaker's presentation.​)

Featured ​​program: 

"Ray Featherstone, Sr.'s Submarine Chaser 38 in WWI"

& Honoring the "Boys on the Boat"​

With in-person speaker: Kathryn Lerch, Founder & Director Park Tudor School's Legacy Initiative Program

Okinawa: The Last Battle Part 1 

by John Shivley 

Now viewable on YouTube:


This is his first of a planned three part lecture series on the battle of Okinawa.

(Photo credit: You Tube video image.)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Free Entrance to National Parksfor Veterans and Gold Star Families

How to obtain the passes: 

Free Entrance to National Parks for Veterans and Gold Star Families (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov) and American Military (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov)

Silent Sacrifices: Stories of Japanese-American Incarceration

Hershel "Woody" Williams

Follow this link to a video about "Woody" Williams, age 97, the last living WWII Medal of Honor recipient. (Photo and video compliments to CBS Sunday Morning Show.)

Type of membership

Where History and Heroes  Meet


​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Thank You for Your Service​