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CCM WWII Event
County Cable Montgomery Dedicates
Two Days to Honor Veterans
 
County Cable Montgomery (CCM) will be saluting American veterans on November 11th (Veterans Day) and 12th with special programming. The original programming  will feature Montgomery County's World War II Veterans Tribute event, as well as, exclusive interviews and documentaries. The programming can be viewed by Montgomery County cable subscribers on channel 6 for Comcast and RCN customers while Verizon customers can tune in to channel 30.
 

County Cable Montgomery (CCM) is the local cable station that Montgomery County residents can look to for government, public affairs, and educational video information. Comcast/RCN 6, Verizon 30, and online at montgomerycountymd.gov/ccm. For more information about CCM contact ccm@montgomerycountymd.gov, or twitter.com/countycablemoco - facebook.com/CountyCableMontgomery.
 

Schedule

November 11th and 12th
 
9:00 am County Report This Week
9:30 am Montgomery County Honors WWII Veterans 
11:20 am WWII Interview with Sam Einbinder 
11:30 am WWII Interview with Seymour Steinberg
12:00 pm WWII  Interview with Charles McGee 
12:45 pm WWII Interview with Paul Forbes 
1:00 pm WWII Interview with Norman Ikari 
1:35 pm WWII Interview with Boris Osherhoff
2:00 pm WWII Interview w/ Pierre Causa
2:41 pm WWII Interview with Edwin Morgenstern less than 20 minutes
3:00 pm Montgomery County Honors WWII Veterans
4:45 pm Community Connection
5:00 pm American Veteran 
5:30 pm Paths Rewind #19 
6:00 pm WWII Interview with Albert Frumkin
6:31 pm WWII Interview with William Iwanicki 
7:00 pm WWII Interview with Dee Paris 
8:00 pm WWII Interview with Don McKee 
8:30 pm WWII Interview with John Henry Chaney 
9:00 pm WWII Interview with Milton Eisen
9:30 pm Paths Rewind #19
10:00 pm Montgomery College Student Alex Cole interviews Demetri “Dee” Paris
11:15pm Montgomery County Honors WWII Veterans 
 



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