Vietnam Moving Wall - The moving monument is on display at the Williamson High School located at 33 Jct. Cross Road, Tioga, PA and it is on display through Monday, July 15th.  The event will end after the 9 AM with the Vietnam Family and Friends Service.  The wall is in memory of the 58,318 soldiers who never returned from Vietnam of which 9 were from Potter County. The photo shows people viewing the wall as well as reading information regarding each soldier from Bradford, Tioga, and Potter Counties.  At 6:20 AM each morning reveille is played and at 9 PM taps are played.  The two young ladies that played their trumpets each day are students at Williamson High School and played at their designated times.  In photo is Jaylin Butler playing taps with hundreds in attendance at the Candlelight Vigil.  Photo by Andy Lychalk, Jr.
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  1. Anonymous
    November 20, 2022 @ 7:10 pm

    You will greatly be missed. You have impacted more lives than you really will know.

  2. Garrett.
    November 20, 2022 @ 8:38 pm

    Lewis was a hard working guy and held a tough stance at everything he did. I had the opportunity to go through wrestling with lewis from just little kids up through high school. I was 2 years ahead of him in school but he was always around on the mat. See you around the corner some day bud.

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