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Veterans Memorial Park holding ceremony to honor Vietnam veterans

Veterans Memorial Park of The Villages is preparing to hold its first ceremony of 2019.

The event, which begins at 10 a.m. Friday March 29, will be a “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans” ceremony. Those lost and those who didn’t return from the war also will be honored.

The speakers will be Vietnam veterans who will be interviewed during the ceremony. And Vietnam veteran John Brown will sing at the event.

Veterans of all wars, as well as the general public, are invited to attend the event. The park is located in Spanish Springs on Lake Mira Mar between Paige Place and the golf cart bridge that goes over U.S. Hwy. 27/411.

Those attending the ceremony are encouraged to bring a folding chair for comfort. And please remember that no dogs are allowed in the park.

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