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Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall Needs Volunteers While In Santa Clarita

Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall Needs Volunteers While In Santa Clarita

Volunteers will be needed 24 hours a day September 26 – September 29, 2013 to assist in the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall while it is being displayed in Santa Clarita.


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The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall is the largest traveling replica of the actual Vietnam Memorial Wall. It is an 80% replica with 100% of the names of the victims from the Vietnam War. The Wall creates an opportunity for communities to raise local awareness for its Vietnam veterans and to help our nation’s heroes, one community at a time.

Volunteers will be needed for various tasks such as security, computer research, giving general directions, working the information desk, etching (transferring names from the Wall to paper), dog sitting and Vietnam Vets to console visitors (particularly evening and early morning hours). Volunteers will also be needed to setup the Wall on the morning of September 26th and dismantle the wall on September 29th in the evening.

For your chance to be a part of the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall, click here and click on volunteer on the left side of the page!


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Volunteer for the Traveling Memorial Wall in Santa Clarita here!

Read more on the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall as it makes it way to the Santa Clarita Valley.



Source: Santa Clarita News


Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall Needs Volunteers While In Santa Clarita

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