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The Vietnam Veteran Wall Education Center's quest to match photos with the names of those killed

by Donna Teresa, Staff Writer

One of the most deeply profound things I have done is volunteered with the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation, "Teach Vietnam Network" in Washington, D.C.

Since 2005, I have been involved with this program that provides educators invaluable resources to help educate young people about the Vietnam War and those who served in it. I've had the privilege of being a volunteer, helping the veteran and military community for many years and sharing the "Teach Vietnam" program with young people and teachers.
My community has provided me with some of the most heartwarming, inspirational moments I have ever experienced. Those who have shared those times with me at the Monterey County Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Salinas, know exactly what I am talking about.


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