Marking the 50th Anniversary of the first moon landing, hear Terry Lynch as he portrays astronaut Neil Armstrong. He will recount the first moon landing for Farm Bureau Prime Timers on Monday, June 3 at 1 p.m.
Lynch will explain the other “series of firsts” associated with that historic mission on July 20, 1969, including the first color TV transmission from earth and the first time a customs report was filled out from another planet.
Lynch has appeared regularly at Farm Bureau Prime Timers programs portraying a variety of historical figures. He is a nationally known actor who specializes in historical portrayals as a way of bringing history to life.
Farm Bureau members are welcome to attend the program. Before the program, the Prime Timers lunch will be held at 12-Noon. Register for the lunch by May 28 by contacting the Farm Bureau office. Lunch fee is $7.