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Veterans for Peace Ch 110 Memorial Event

On the first Sunday of every month members of VFP chapter 110 set-up a memorial to give thanks to and honor those who have served our country and particularly those that made the ultimate sacrifice. We must continue to remind the public of these ongoing conflicts and their costs to our nation and its families, and also to continue to talk to, support and help the many Marines, Soldiers, Sailors,Veterans, family members and concerned others that come by. Please consider helping or visiting, as we again set-up our memorial on the sands of Huntington Beach.

Volunteers meet at the beach (6th St. north of the pier) at 7:30A, on the first Sunday of every month to help unload the trailer and set-up the crosses and other material, and/or come by 3:00PM to help take it down and put it away. We usually need the most help in the morning, though both morning and evening are critical. We meet up at the beach around 7:30 and start the set-up of the field of crosses
and other items. Depending upon number of helpers, this can take 30 minutes or over two hours. "Many hands make for light and fast work". Take down goes much quicker than set-up. We will likely start breakdown at about 3:00PM and hopefully have everything back in the trailer before 3:30.




Huntington Beach Arlington West
Huntington Beach, Arlington, VA 23607, United States,

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