Veterans Sought to Tell Their StoriesFeatured Stories, News Wednesday, November 13th, 2013
Iraq, Iran, Desert Storm, Vietnam, and even Korea: if you or your family has served in the armed forces, the Texas A&M Veteran Resource and Support Center invites you to share your experiences, good and bad, through a program called The Telling Project.
Center Director and retired Marine Colonel Jerry Smith says they are conducting interviews at the Sanders Corps of Cadets Center through December 2 and no acting experience is necessary, but you do need to schedule an appointment.
Smith says it’s an important way for those who have served to get out and tell their story so that the disconnection between those who have and haven’t served doesn’t get any larger.
He says it’s important that everyone understands what it means to serve and the sacrifice that’s made when someone puts their hand in the air and swears to defend the constitution.
Smith says he has seen the performances done in other areas which were very powerful and moving.
Aggieland performances begin at the end of April, and will be free, but tickets will be required for seating.
To find out more, call Debbie Pack at 979-845-3161, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK HERE to go to the project website.
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