Altha Simmelink Perry, center, looks at a photo of herself Wednesday as Margie Murray of Kennewick looks at another display in the Naval Air Station Pasco exhibit that opened at the Reach museum in Richland. Perry was a member of the Navy WAVES and worked as a journalist in public relations at the Pasco Station Control Tower. See a video from the grand opening at www.tricityherald.com/video.
Altha Simmelink Perry, center, looks at a photo of herself Wednesday as Margie Murray of Kennewick looks at another display in the Naval Air Station Pasco exhibit that opened at the Reach museum in Richland. Perry was a member of the Navy WAVES and worked as a journalist in public relations at the Pasco Station Control Tower. See a video from the grand opening at www.tricityherald.com/video. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Altha Simmelink Perry, center, looks at a photo of herself Wednesday as Margie Murray of Kennewick looks at another display in the Naval Air Station Pasco exhibit that opened at the Reach museum in Richland. Perry was a member of the Navy WAVES and worked as a journalist in public relations at the Pasco Station Control Tower. See a video from the grand opening at www.tricityherald.com/video. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

New exhibit focuses on Pasco’s role in World War II

November 11, 2015 06:56 PM