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    Wreaths Across America / Roseburg, OR, 17 DEC 16

    Wreaths Across America
    Roseburg, OR

    The Patriot Guard Riders and Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America are asking you to come out to be with us at this most solemn ceremony as us stand and honor our Fallen in the 11th Annual Wreaths Across America Project. We will be laying 7 wreaths, one for each branch of the Service and one for POW/MIAs with the help of Veterans of each Service. The Roseburg National Cemetery both Main and Annex are beautiful grounds that house our valiant Heroes. We are inviting you to help us lay wreaths at both areas. At the closing of our ceremony we are inviting any that would like to lay their own wreathes join us as we honor our Heroes. We strive to educate our young about the cost of our freedoms. Please invite your neighbors, friends and youth organizations or groups to join us.

    Mission Date: Saturday, 17/Dec/2016

    Ride Captains:
    Sparky/Terry Mooney and Liberty/Linda Mooney

    Bike Staging Location:
    Roseburg High School parking lot
    W Harvard BLVD
    Roseburg Oregon

    Staging Time: 1100hrs

    Briefing: 1115hrs

    KSU: 1130hrs

    Flag line Set: 1145hrs

    We will be traveling through the VA area and riding by Transitional Care and Mental Health Areas for the Veterans that are staying there and unable to attend with us. We will be asking 7 volunteers to carry the wreaths on the front of their bikes for the ceremony.

    All others/cages-cars Staging Location:
    Roseburg National Cemetery Annex at flag pole
    Roseburg Oregon

    Staging time: 1130hrs

    Flag line Set: 1145hrs

    Service Begins: 1200hrs
    SSG Ken Dixon (RET.) 1972 - 1993
    US Army Signal Corp
    EMT - FF - LEO(R) 1993 - 1999
    Operations Manager 1999 - Present

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