Volunteers Needed for the Dignity Wall of Vietnam


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The Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall , a traveling, three-quarter-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC is coming to the US Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum Complex in New York City Nov 7-20, 2011.

The memorial is dedicated to Vietnam veterans and honors all service men and women of the US military forces. “The Wall” is a service to those who might never travel to the nation’s capital to experience “The Wall” firsthand. This 240-foot log, 8 ft high replica contains the names of 58,000 Americans who died or are missing in Vietnam.

Volunteers are need to assist visitors in finding names of their family member(s) or friend(s), assist with the rubbing(s) of the names(s). give general information or help in the hospitality area for all the volunteers. The Intrepid Museum will be accessible 24 hours a day.

This is a unique opportunity to show our appreciation and respect for our Vietnam veterans and all service men and women of the US military forces and their families.

To those who are looking to honor our service men and women for their sacrifices, you are urged to join others and us by informing Bro. SW IGY ABE(iabe@nyc.rr.com )and BRO. JW TOM BENOLERAO (humanquest32@aol.com). They will coordinate the initiative so we can go there as a group.

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