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Clearwater Bombers Day

For the first time ever, the Clearwater Historical Society sponsored a "CLEARWATER BOMBERS DAY" at the Historic Plumb House Museum, 1380 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, Clearwater. From 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 6th, several players from the 10 time World Champion Clearwater Bombers Softball Team were on hand to greet and visit with the Plumb House visitors. They answered questions, posed for pictures and recalled stories of the glory days of some of Clearwaters most famous sports figures. Some of the former Bombers who were on hand for this very special occasion were Joe Everett, Manager (1962-63) and 2nd base (1952-55), Harry "Jughead" Hancock, catcher and right field (1941-63) and "Junie" Trombly 2nd base (1946- 51).Others who attended may be seen in the photos included in the C.H.S. web site. A full Clearwater Bomber history exhibit was extended at our museum to run through the date of this important event. The next exhibit will feature the history of education in Clearwater.




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