Mission Matters Newsletter: friend of Wreaths Across America – A Few Ways You Can Say “Welcome Home.”

A newsletter from an important veterans organization here in the United States.


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Dear friend of Wreaths Across America,

On Monday, March 29, Wreaths Across America will dedicate the day to honoring our nation’s Vietnam Veterans as we recognize National Vietnam War Veterans Day. However, this is not something we only do one day a year. As a Commemorative Partner of The United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration, we actively honor these veterans every day through the sharing of their stories and by saying “Welcome Home” every time we have the privilege of doing so.

 

The Mobile Education Exhibit has been on the road since February, and in that time the team has had the honor of pinning and welcoming home more than 130 Vietnam Veterans. As we do at the WAA National Museum Vietnam Veteran Welcome Home Exhibit, we ask these veterans to sign the wall as part of this presentation so their names are written for posterity and said aloud by future generations.

 

Next week, I’ll be traveling to Arlington, Virginia, to meet with leadership of the Vietnam War Commemoration to renew our partnership so that we can continue to expand upon our mission to Remember, Honor, Teach, through outreach in the communities where these veterans and their families live, to help welcome them all home, and to teach the next generation about their sacrifice, courage and patriotism.

 

Please join us, next week and always, as we share these veterans stories of character and service.

With gratitude,

Karen Worcester

REMEMBER. HONOR. TEACH.

Ways to Join Us On National Vietnam War Veterans Day

Monday, March 29, 2021

Wreaths Across America Radio Morning Show with Michael W. Hale – LIVE from 6-10am
Featured interviews with Vietnam Veterans including Former Vietnam POW Captain Ralph Galati and Chairman of the Board Wayne Hanson, recipient of two Bronze Stars during the Vietnam War.

 

Facebook LIVE at 12pm ET with Executive Director Karen Worcester from the Maine Military Museum in South Portland, Maine, where curator Lee Humiston will share some of his world-renown Vietnam War POW/MIA collection with viewers on the Wreaths Across America Facebook Official page.

 

Follow up on our social media channels (FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedIn) throughout the day as we highlight Vietnam Veterans we’ve had the privilege of honoring by welcoming them home and thanking them for their service. Something most of these veterans have long waited to hear from their fellow Americans. Please join in the conversation by sharing the pictures and names of your Veterans in the comments!

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Ahead of National Vietnam Veterans Day in one week, show your support for our Vietnam Veterans and welcome them home with our Facebook frame.

Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day

Watch and share this video from the Escort to Arlington’s stop at the Vietnam Wall in 2019 on YouTube or Facebook.

TONIGHT: 7pm ET/6 pm CT/4 pm PT Tune in to Wreaths Across America Radio for our first RoundTable on Veteran Healing

Wreaths Radio is a voice for America’s veterans and those who support them. Join us Thursday evening, March 25, 2021, at 7 PM ET for the Wreaths Radio Roundtable discussion on veterans health focusing on resiliency, purpose and success.

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The guest panelists will be interviewed by U.S. Army Capt. (ret.) Joe Reagan and Wreaths Across America’s Executive Director, Karen Worcester. Guest panelists for the March 25th broadcast include Maj. Gen. Peter Aylward with the Vietnam War Commemoration and U.S. Marine (ret.) Edward McEvoy, the National Outreach Program Specialist for the VA.

Tune in live online on Wreaths Across America Radio or via your iHeart Radio app.

What is a Veteran’s Wreath?

Wreaths Across America does not ‘decorate’ graves. Our more than two million volunteers place live, hand-made Veterans’ Wreaths on the headstones of our nation’s heroes each December as a symbol of Honor and Respect.

In our newest video 13-year old ‘Mighty’ Miles Worcester shares what these wreaths mean and why it is so important to honor them all.

What is a Veterans' Wreath? | Wreaths Across America Veterans' Wreaths
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Featured Merchandise

Show your support for WAA sporting our new red tote! Perfect for packing your essentials before heading out to volunteer on Wreaths Across America Day, this large tote bag has soft rope handles and is a beautiful red – just like the bows on our Veterans’ Wreaths!

Make sure to follow Wreaths Across America official channels on social media for the most up-to-the-minute news on the mission:

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Wreaths Across America, PO Box 249, Columbia Falls, ME 04623, United States, 877-385-9504

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