If you haven’t visited the Vietnam Veteran's Wall in our nation’s capital now you can honor friends, family members and neighbors who served during the Vietnam War. SCHEDULE
From theatre by The Milford Area Players, plus art exhibitions at Jaffrey Civic Center and elsewhere, make this summer a season to enjoy!
Amherst to Honor Vietnam Veterans with Moving Wall
AMHERST – The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall will be coming to Amherst July 19-23, and will be a memorable and solemn salute to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War and the 58,360 who gave their lives for their country. If you haven’t had a chance to view the Wall in our nation’s capita, this is your chance to honor friends, family members and neighbors who served during the Vietnam War.
With support from the Milford Rotary Club Foundation in the form of a $5,000 check, the arrival of the Wall has been formalized. There will be additional fund raising in the next few months to keep the Wall moving and to fund a museum for all the artifacts left at the wall. Marie Grella is hoping to raise another $5 to $10,000. All sponsors and donors will be acknowledged.
There will be a motorcycle procession as the Wall travels to Amherst. Marie is the facilitator for the event, and encourages people along the way to fly their flags.
Support the Moving Wall with a donation to the Milford Rotary Club Foundation:
Donations are still being accepted and checks can be made out to the Milford Rotary Club Foundation by mailing to Marie Grella, PO Box 86, Amherst NH 03031.