CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- NBC's "Today'' show is coming to West Virginia to highlight its surviving Rosie the Riveters.
A nonprofit education group says the morning television program wants to interview women who did defense work on the home front during World War II.
The group, Thanks! Plain and Simple, helps these women and veterans tell their stories and benefit their communities. The group helped arrange for the show to meet with West Virginia's "Rosies'' on March 28 at the South Charleston Ordnance Center.
The group is asking women who qualify as Rosies to call 304-776-4743 or visit www.thanksplainandsimple.org. It says Rosies who can't attend can still share their stories. The group has so far identified 30 Rosies willing to participate.
The taping will be closed to the news media and general public.