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The Wall is Coming

The Wall That Heals visits San Bruno, CA

The Wall That Heals is coming to the  Golden Gate National Cemetery for 4 days of events and activities dedicated to honoring and remembering veterans.  – See more details, click here.  The Wall is open 24 hours a day and this exhibition is free.

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Time: Thursday, April 9, 2015 8:00 AM – Monday, April 13, 2015

Short video: http://mctv.tv/content/wall-heals-promo

The Opening Ceremony – Thursday April 9 at 10 a.m.

Would you like to get involved? Volunteers are needed.

If anyone wants to volunteer there are positions as docents (greeters) and security (watchers) the wall is never left alone so the security is 24/7.

George Smith – coordinator for security smfd72@gmail.com

Jeff Herndon — coordinator for docents jeffherndon33@yahoo.com

Location: Golden Gate National Cemetery (San Bruno, CA)

1300 Sneath Lane

San Bruno, CA 94066


When VVMF built The Wall in 1982, it had an important mission: To honor Vietnam Veterans and heal the wounds of a nation. Three decades later, the mission continues as we raise funds to build the Education Center at The Wall. The Education Center will educate future generations and honor America’s Legacy of Service, including those serving in our nation’s Armed Forces today.

It is coming to the Bay Area, visiting the Golden Gate National Cemetery. This is the half-sized traveling replica of The Wall that is permanently located in Washington DC, the traveling wall is  known as The Wall That Heals.

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund has a schedule for the traveling wall.

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You may be able to travel to see The Wall in Washington DC, there are many events and ceremonies, so please take a look.

Please join the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund for the In Memory Weekend, Saturaday June 20, 2015 – Sunday June 21, 2015

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