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Vietnam Memorial Wall and remembering those that made the ultimate sacrifice

Never Again will one Generation of Veterans abandon another

Vietnam Veterans of American Chapter 1030 Cumming Ga

Reflection
Message from President

Vietnam Veterans Chapter 1030 of Cumming, Georgia was established and chartered on September 9, 2009 when 27 individuals petitioned the National VVA to officially become a Chapter.  The goal then, as it is now, is to assist veterans in need and to support various community projects.

We support various programs by raising funds through donations and selling raffle tickets.  You may see us at various locations accepting donations and selling raffle tickets where permitted.  We hold the drawing for the raffle items at end of the Veterans Day Memorial in Cumming, Georgia.  We volunteer our time to help  pass out food on most holidays at The Place of Forsyth County.  We also volunteer to help the USO at the Hartfield Jackson airport four times a year and our newest project is to meet with Veterans at the VA nursing home where many of the patients seldom have visitors.

 

Socially, we get together each Fridays at the Station House in Cumming for breakfast.  We also meet once every other month with our spouses for lunch at

the Golden Corral in Cumming.  

 

You may have notice Vietnam era veterans wearing red shirts on Friday.  This is a symbolic meaning that we will never forget our service members serving overseas as well as our POW's and MIA's veterans of all wars.  When you hear our greeting "Welcome Home," it's a greeting many of us never received upon returning from our tour of duty in Vietnam.  It's another way of saving "Thank you for your service to our country."

If you qualify for membership and would like to become a part of our organization, we invite you to complete an application and submit your DD214 along with a one-time fee of $50.  There are no annual dues.  You can download a form by clicking on the appropriate button below.

If you are a Vietnam Era Veteran and reading this now, "Welcome Home."

Gary Goyette, President

Officers
Board Members

MEET THE OFFICERS

Meet the Board

Chaplain
How we started

Chapter Chaplain

Tom Senior

Veterans Bonding together

History On How We Started 

History of VVA#1030
How Chapter #1030 started
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