This month's 150th battle anniversary, compensation for its costs, and events still looming on the horizon were the focus Monday for the Gettysburg Borough Council Public Safety Committee.
There were no witnesses when Gens. Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee met the day after Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House, Va., in 1865.
When Ray Wozniak of Atlanta learned that the organizers of the July 4-7, 150th anniversary re-enactment were looking for participants who had also been present for the 100th anniversary event, he figured there might be a dozen folks like him out there.
RETURN - Raymond Wozniak, from Atlanta, Ga., pictured, was surprised how many re-enactors were honored along side of him on Saturday for attending both the 100th and 150th anniversary events marking the Battle of Gettysburg. (Submitted Photograph)
The Israeli Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, visited the re-enactment on Sunday taking in all the sights and sounds the re-enactment brings.
What a week for Gettysburg. From a journalist's standpoint, it was a dream come true. From a videographer's standpoint, there was no lack of near perfect shots, and even if you did blow the shot, there was always another as good or better. For a motorist, at times it was a challenge, but for…