Picnic celebrates Vietnam veterans
September 26, 2017 - Picnic Time
For years, members of a Plymouth-Canton Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 528 have hosted a special eventuality celebrating a contributions of Vietnam-era veterans and their families and this year will be no different.
The 50th Commemorative Veteran Event, that takes place Sept. 30 during a Plymouth VFW Post 6695, 1426 S. Mill Street, is giveaway to all Vietnam veterans and their families as a approach to contend “thank we for their service.”
There will be profitable information for veterans, including hepatitis C and Agent Orange information, advantages information, information about veterans services and an respect and remember dwindle ceremony.
The prominence of a eventuality will be a rite for a display of a 50th Vietnam commemorative pin to all Vietnam veterans who attend and a appreciate we to all family members.
“This is an critical eventuality for internal Vietnam veterans to attend, not usually to be recipients of a 50th commemorative pin, accept critical veterans advantages information, though also to spend some time with associate veterans and their families,” said Vietnam maestro Bob Dew, who helped coordinate a event.
The eventuality takes place 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cider and fresh-baked doughnuts will be served in a morning and a grill runs 1-5 p.m.
Outside, there will be troops apparatus on display and games for all ages. Attendees are speedy to move grass chairs due to singular tables outside.
For some-more information, call a Plymouth VFW Post during 734-459-6700.