Pearl Harbor survivor Jon Toy of Mount Sterling, left, talked with Dr. Patrick Hagihara of the  University of Kentucky, a Hiroshima bombing survivor who spoke at Tuesday's anniversary luncheon.
Pearl Harbor survivor Jon Toy of Mount Sterling, left, talked with Dr. Patrick Hagihara of the University of Kentucky, a Hiroshima bombing survivor who spoke at Tuesday's anniversary luncheon.
Pearl Harbor survivor Jon Toy of Mount Sterling, left, talked with Dr. Patrick Hagihara of the University of Kentucky, a Hiroshima bombing survivor who spoke at Tuesday's anniversary luncheon.

Pearl Harbor survivors recognized on the 69th anniversary of the attack

December 08, 2010 12:00 AM

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