Steve Hoffbeck, History, gave a presentation on “The Pearl Harbor Attack, December 7, 1941, and Its Legacies,” on Tuesday, December 7, at 7 p.m. at the Historic Holmes Theatre in Detroit Lakes. Hoffbeck told of the impact of the attack and how Minnesotans responded to the onset of World War II, sending soldiers to the battlefronts and enduring shortages and rationing of vital materials, such as sugar and gasoline.  The program was sponsored by the Lake Agassiz Regional Libraries, the Becker County Historical Society and the Detroit Lakes Public Library, with funding from the Minnesota Arts and Heritage Legacy Program.