Last year a local film maker partnered with the DeWitt County Museum to present a local based documentary and it's first public showing of 2018 will take place in February.
Director of the Museum, Joey Woolridge explains the Soldiers Plot documentary outlines the stories of the soldiers buried at the cemetary on the north side of the community.
According to Woolridge, the film highlights the stories of the soldiers, some of which are not as well known.
Thanks to the contributions from Exelon, there will be a free showing of the Soldiers Plot documentary on Saturday, February 10 at 1 pm. Woolridge says the showings have been well attended and this will be the last chance to see it locally.
The local showing is at the Warner Library and again the date is Saturday, February 10 at 1 pm.
The Soldiers Plot is available for purchase, contact Woolridge at the DeWitt County Museum for more information by calling 217-935-6066.