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Masons Present Wreath at Moving Wall

NEW HAVEN, NY – On May 23, several local Masonic organizations gathered in New Haven to present A wreath at the Moving Wall Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

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Posing at the wall from left are: William Pittsley, Carl Hoyt, Albert Sitts, Tom Sawyer, George A Reed, Earl Wilson and John Grala.

Representatives of Lake Ontario Commandery No. 32, Lake City 127 F&AM, Masonic War Veterans Post No. 32 and Media Shrine carried a wreath to honor those gave their life in service of our country.

The “Moving Wall” is the half-size replica of the Washington, DC, Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

It has been touring the country for almost 30 years.

The Moving Wall inspired by John Devitt and was built by John Norris Shears, Gerry Haver and other Vietnam veteran volunteers.

The wall contains the names of those who died in the Vietnam War.

The Moving Wall will be behind the New Haven Fire Station on 104 through today.

It is sponsored by the Hamlin-Weldon Post 1532 New Haven American Legion.

Viewing of the Wall will be 24 hours per day.