Documentary shines in front of toughest crowd

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By Kevin Denke

Pamela Peek debuted her documentary “Voices of a Never Ending Dawn” earlier this year for the families of the soldiers of the North Russia expedition in a fitting place – at the Polar Bear monument at White Chapel Memorial Park in Troy, Mich.

    It’s the same spot where the bodies of 86 Polar Bears, rescued by VFW members a decade after the end of the expedition, laid in state until they could be properly buried.

    “That’s where they wanted me to have the premiere of my film,” Peak said.

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