Escort Route on 4/26
Escort will start at Southern Elementary School 795 Cox Neck Road at 1:45 pm
- Follow Cox Neck Road to Route 13 (turn right), follow Rt 13 to Wrangle Hill Road (turn left), follow to Route 1.
- Follow Route 1 to 500 Stanton Christiana Road, turn right into JP Morgan Chase.
- Exit JP Chase campus and turn left onto Stanton Christiana Rd.
- Follow Stanton ChristianaRoad to Churchmann’s Road (Rt 58).
- Turn left onto Churchmann’s Road and follow to Corporate Commons (Rt 37).
- Turn left into Corporate Commons. Follow Corporate Commons toRoute 141.
- Turn Right onto Route 141.
- Follow 141 to William Penn High School 713 E. Basin Road.
THURSDAY | APRIL 28, 2022 – SUNDAY | May 1, 2022
The Wall That Heals will be available for viewing 24 hours a day.
Closing on Sunday, 5/1, at 2:00 pm
- Donate by Check via mail to: 318 East Basin Road, New Castle, Delaware 19720
- Donate online at https://www.myschoolbucks.com/ver2/prdembd?ref=ZZH56859SX0827V_ZZ5TRZS5YG8OGTW
William Penn High School
713 East Basin Road, New Castle, De 19720
Here is an opportunity to be part of something Truly Unforgettable!
There are many ways to participate.
Your contributions will help in honoring the service of all, preserve the memory of those who died during the war and since returning home, and educate all generations about the impact of the war through The Wall That Heals.
If you would like to sign up to volunteer at The Wall or if you are physically able to help with set-up and breakdown, please click the link below and select the desired time slot.
Click here for the volunteer link
Community support is essential to help us successfully bring The Wall That Heals to William Penn. No contribution is too small. Every dollar counts in our effort to offset the hosting costs. If you are interested in sponsoring please contact Nora Hutchinson at Nora.Hutchinson@colonial.k12.de.us
The Wall That Heals is a program of VVMF, the nonprofit organization that built the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. in 1982. It is the only traveling exhibit affiliated with The Wall in Washington, D.C. and includes the largest Wall replica that travels the country. The traveling exhibit honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in the Vietnam War and it bears the names of the 58,281 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.
The Wall That Heals exhibit includes a three-quarter scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial along with a mobile Education Center. The 53-foot trailer that carries The Wall That Heals transforms to become a mobile Education Center. The exterior of the trailer features a timeline of “The War and The Wall” and provides additional information about the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Additional exhibits give visitors a better understanding of the legacy of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the collection of items left at The Wall.
- Hometown Heroes – Photos of service members on The Wall who list their home of record from the local area. The photos are part of the effort to put a face to every name on The Wall and for the Wall of Faces.
- In Memory Honor Roll – Photos of local Vietnam veterans honored through VVMF’s In Memory program which honors veterans who returned home and later died. https://www.vvmf.org/In-Memory-Program/