Stars & Stripes, The New York Times and over 40 other newspapers identified PFC Clarence Zylman of Muskegon as the 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy' described in the hit WWII song. Muskegon Community College History Instructors George Maniates and Kurt Troutman, AKA: The History Guys, take MCC's Center for Experiential Learning on the road just in time for Veteran's Day, telling the story of local boy Zylman, who got the troops up and jitter-bugging out of bed with his unique style of reveille. To receive an optional event reminder, please register (no registration required to attend).
Event Type(s): History
Age Group(s): Adults
Presenter: The History Guys: George Maniates and Kurt Troutman