Memorial Day and Uncle Sam's Memorial Tribute Display

When: Sat May 25th thru Mon May 27th, 2019

Where: The Neil Bolton Home & Garden Bldg @Winston-Salem Fairgrounds

              427 W. 27th St (entry thru gate 9) Winston-Salem, NC

 

We are asking for your help to communicate and promote this Special Event for all Veterans.

Thanks to many people, this event was a great success in 2018. We want many more people to experience

Uncle Sam's Memorial Tribute Display in 2019. Please see the attachments (news paper article from 2017) and details below. 

 

We want to spread the message far and wide!! Please forward this within your social network.

I understand that many of you have things that you do on an annual basis, but we hope you can find the time to 

experience the display during this 3 day period.

 

Uncle Sam's mission is to:

1)Acknowledge, Honor and Remember all Veterans,

2) To Teach that Freedom is not Free

3) To say Thank You For Serving Our Country!!

 

Why:This is part of Uncle Sam's Veterans Outreach to Acknowledge, Honor and Remember all Veterans as we highlight the Vietnam Era Veterans.

Every 65 minutes we have a veteran to commit suicide and almost 70% are 50 years and older!

 

Because: An ounce of prevention is worth a Pound of Cure! It can be a matter of Life and Death!

We are losing more than 390 (2016 est and 500 2018 est) Vietnam Era veterans every day.

http://www.vietnamwar50th.com/assets/1/16/March_29_Viet_Vet_Day_Northeast_Ohio_Invite_20130320_F_(2).pdf 

contact for more info:

Burgess Bailey

704-500-1621

ahr@therumblequake.com

 

 

 

Contents of Uncle Sam's Memorial Tribute Display(more than 4000 photos):

1) The NC Moving Wall (A memorial listing the names of over 1600 NC Vietnam Casualties) This is the memorial created by Ms. Phyllis Dorothy Zawislak (08/23/1925 - 03/05/2013) in November 1990.

https://sites.google.com/site/thencmovingwall/

2) Photos of Vietnam Casualties Associated (Born, Lived or Buried in) with NC. (~approx 2000 photos) This is the work of Brothers Jim and Tom Reece and assisted by Rosa King and Janna Hoehn. This effort has been ongoing for over 10 years. http://www.starnewsonline.com/article/20130702/ARTICLES/130709921

3) Photos of the War Memorial Monuments (WWI, WWII, Korean, Vietnam etc...) from the NC counties. (~app 700 photos) This is a Joint effort of John Winecoff and Ed Gibson and has been ongoing for over 3 and one half years. This is highlighted by The Hands Across NC from the North Carolina Veterans Park in Fayetteville, NC. 

4) Photos of the War Memorial Monuments (WWI, WWII, Korean, Vietnam etc...) from the 50 State Capitols including pictures of a Top Tourist Attraction from that state.

5) A Virtual Tour of The Vietnam Wall ( See any Name of all 58,000 including a photo of most casualties) in Washington, DC

6) A Virtual Tour of some Foreign War Memorial Cemeteries Photos of (ABMC) American Battle Monuments and Cemeteries in Foreign Countries. This includes photos from Normandy Beach reflecting on D-Day June 6th, 1944. This includes a photo of a headstone from each of the 50 states. Also included is a photo of Gen George Patton gravesite from Luxembourg Cemetery representing The Battle of The Bulge.

7) Some Video Clips of Wreaths Across America at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC December 2018.

8) Also visit The Lawrence Joel Veteran's Memorial (LJVM) outside of Lawrence Joel Veterans

 

 

 
 
 

 

 


 
 
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