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Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit - Presentation to the Museum of the American G.I.

Date(s): 2/28/2015

11:30 A

Museum of the American G. I.
Just media coverage at this time. Patriot Guard Riders will start arriving at 11:30 - 12. They will set up flags in the building and be ready for the arrival of the display at 1. The display will be accompanied by more Patriot Guard Riders. When it arrives, the first display crate is draped in a flag and carried into the building for the presentation. Taps and a salute is generally done during this. The flag draped display will be present to the museum. Don Dorsey will speak on behalf of the Texas Vietnam Memorial Commission and Brent Mullins will speak on behalf of the museum. Following the presentation the Patriot Guard Riders will assemble the display for public view (takes approx 1.5 hrs).



Good video can be obtained before and during the presentation. Good time to interview before or after. Will want to come back and get video of the display once it is fully assembled.

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Hansegger & Delulio "Fate and Friendship" Exhibition

9 AM - 8 PM

The J. Wayne Stark Galleries in the MSC
An Extraordinary Exhibit Displaying the Paybacks of Mentoring. The exhibitions, gallery talks and reception are all free.

http://uart.tamu.edu/
Cathy Hastedt
979-845-6081
uart@uart.tamu.edu

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"Building a Culture of Peace for the Children of the World" Exhibit

10 AM - 7 PM

Texas A&M University, room MSC 2406
This exhibit brings together the ideas of thousands of people and organizations dedicated to finding a path to lasting peace. As explained in the United Nations definition, a Culture of Peace is “a set of values, attitudes, modes of behavior and ways of life that reject violence and prevent conflicts by tackling their root causes to solve problems through dialogue and negotiation among individuals, groups and nations.”
Barbara Fellman
512 296-4633

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