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Staff Sergeant Elis CruzRivera <cq>, a marine recruiter, bows his heads for a moment of prayer as the rain comes down Saturday, June 30, 2007, during the official opening of the traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall and a Patriotic Picnic at Rotary Park in Orange City. The wall is in the northeast corner of Orange City's Rotary Park. The wall is part of the Vietnam and All Veterans of Brevard and is a 3/5th replica that was unveiled to the public in April of 2006. There are five moving walls in country that are replicas of the wall in Washington D.C. Greg Welsh <cq>, from Cocoa, is the wall manager and travels everywhere the wall does to help set it up and maintain it. The picnic was so Rotary Park can change it's name to the Veterans Memorial Park. (Daytona Beach News-Journal, Chad Pilster)

Staff Sergeant Elis CruzRivera <cq>, a marine recruiter, bows his heads for a moment of prayer as the rain comes down Saturday, June 30, 2007, during the official opening of the traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall and a Patriotic Picnic at Rotary Park in Orange City. The wall is in the northeast corner of Orange City's Rotary Park. The wall is part of the Vietnam and All Veterans of Brevard and is a 3/5th replica that was unveiled to the public in April of 2006. There are five moving walls...
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