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    Thousands Show Support At The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall

    Thousands of people from all over the country turned out for the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall in Valencia the weekend of September 26 through 29.

    SCV Vietnam Veteran To Speak At Vietnam Memorial Wall Opening Night

    Bill Reynolds, one of several local Vietnam veterans profiled in recent book "The Boys of '67," will speak during the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall opening ceremonies on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m.

    Essay Contest, Volunteer Opportunities Available For Vietnam Memorial Wall

    In anticipation of The Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall’s arrival in Santa Clarita, the city prepared an essay contest for fourth through sixth graders as well as volunteer opportunities for residents of all ages.

    Assemblyman Wilk Names Santa Clarita Man Veteran Of The Year

    Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, has selected Vietnam veteran R.J. Kelly to represent the 38th Assembly District during the 2013 Veterans Recognition Ceremony in Sacramento.

    SCV Veteran Leads Effort To Bring Vietnam Wall To Town

    Looking to support fellow veterans and educate Santa Clarita Valley youth, Chuck Morris, of Santa Clarita is bringing a Vietnam War memorial wall to Santa Clarita.

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    “It’s amazing how big this event has become -- from an idea to fruition -- it’s amazing,” said Morris, a veteran of the Korean War.

    The effort, which is still looking for volunteers, will bring a wall full of names to the Santa Clarita Valley -- a 360-foot long, 8-foot high tribute to the 58,238 men and women who died in service during the Vietnam War.

    Canyon Country Veteran Has A Brush With Kindness

    Habitat for Heroes, a program Habitat for Humanity of the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys, reached out to a local veteran Wednesday with “A Brush with Kindness.”