The 50th anniversary of the Polio Hall of Fame will be commemorated at the Georgia Department of Labor's Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation on Nov. 14.
It will be at 3:30 p.m. at the Institute's historic quadrangle. The public is invited.
The Polio Hall of Fame honors those who have made significant contributions in the fight against polio.
The four new inductess joining the 17 already there are Rotary International, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and the United Nation's Children's Fund.
Guest speakers will include Dr. Peter Salk the eldest son of polio vaccine developer Jonas Salk.