LEWISTON – Members of area veterans organizations and the public are invited to a service commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Vietnam War at noon Saturday, March 26, at the Veterans Memorial Park on the Lewiston side of the James B. Longley Memorial Bridge.

The program will open with the singing of the “Star Spangled Banner” by the assembly.

The Rev. Donald L. Miller, commander, Navy (retired), Navy Chaplains Corps, will offer the invocation.

A special tribute will be given by American Legion Post 22 Commander Richard Giem followed by the reading of names of those Lewiston-Auburn who lost their lives during the Vietnam War by Jerry DerBoghosian, past commander, District 9, Veterans of Foreign Wars.

The program will close with “Taps” and singing of “God Bless America” by the assembly.

Anyone wanting more information should call DerBoghosian at 782-5700 or 353-7435. The service will be held rain or shine.


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