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January 14, 2015  

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Come and Meet History Saturday 

Not many of us can claim to have met living history, but here's a unique opportunity to do just that in the form of AOTB's own Bill Keyes. This amazing gent will be signing his new book, William S. Keyes: Keyes to a Long Life, on Saturday, Jan. 17, from 1 p.m. 'till whenever at the Bannker-Douglass Museum located at Mount Moriah A.M.E. Church, 84 Franklin Street in Annapolis (off Church Circle in the Annapolis historic district).  

In addition to picking up an autographed copy of these amazing memoirs, complied by his dear friend, Fern Underdue, you'll delight in meeting a man who has spent a lifetime in service to his country, community, and friends. 

Read about his adventures fighting with General Patton in Europe, as a DC cop and restauranteur, teaching high school, and living through stuff the rest of us can only read about.

And if you can't make it to the signing, don't miss the opportunity to stop by Bill's house at 3459 Rockway Avenue to pick up your copy for only 20 bucks. But do call first (410-263-5837), Bill may be out substituting at a local high school, teaching kids about art, history, or most importantly, life

See ya there,

David Delia
AOTB President
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