Breaking News: WMUR Invades the Wright Museum for D-Day Anniversary Extravaganza!

Brace yourselves, history buffs and thrill-seekers alike! WMUR’s hit show NH Chronicle is gearing up for an epic takeover of the Wright Museum of WWII in Wolfeboro. From May 27th to 31st, hosts Erin Fehlau and Sean McDonald will be broadcasting live from the hallowed halls of this iconic WWII institution.

But that’s not all! In a heart-pumping exclusive, WMUR’s Jean Mackin will be shining the spotlight on a group of courageous students from Alton’s Prospect Mountain High School. These young scholars have embarked on a profound journey, uncovering the stories of New Hampshire’s fallen heroes from the Normandy campaign, laid to rest in the Normandy American Cemetery.

Mark your calendars for June 6th, the 80th anniversary of the historic D-Day invasion, as these students take center stage at the Wright Museum, sharing their moving tributes to the brave souls who made the ultimate sacrifice.

This momentous occasion also marks the Wright Museum’s 30th anniversary season, promising a cavalcade of special programming and events that will leave you breathless. Don’t miss a second of this riveting celebration of history, heroism, and the indomitable human spirit.

Tune in to WMUR Channel 9, Monday through Friday, at 7 pm, from May 27th to 31st, and be a part of this unforgettable experience. 

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