Episode 1155 of the Vietnam Veteran News Podcast will highlight the efforts of Thy Cavagnaro, a wonderful lady of Vietnamese descent, who is working to honor Vietnamese Veterans. She lives in Barnegat Township, New Jersey with her husband, Jimmy Cavagnaro. They offered to erect a Vietnam veterans memorial for the town at their own expense. A story about their offer to the township appeared in The SandPaper.net website titled: Vietnam Veterans Get Day of Honor March 29 by Eric Englund (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Cavagnaros' intention is to have their proposed Vietnam veterans memorial establishment coincide with the first nationally recognized Vietnam Veterans Day celebration on March 29. The National Vietnam War Veterans Day was created by an act of Congress to honor Vietnam Veterans with a day of recognition. It was signed into law by President Trump with the first day of recognition to be on March 29 of 2018. Thy Cavagnaro who was 1 and a half years old at the time escaped with her family the ravages brought on by the North Vietnamese communists when they took over Saigon in 1975. Thy is highly appreciative of the American military for helping her escape the communists in Vietnam and giving her the opportunity to proper in America, the land of freedom and liberty. She said this about why she is so motivated to show her appreciation: “These veterans were heroes and were not given their due thanks when they initially came back,” and that “Barnegat seems like the type of community that would support this. And this is my way of saying thanks for what you did.” For more information about her Vietnam Veterans Day celebration on March 29, call Thy Cavagnaro at 908-461-8409. Listen to episode 1155 of the podcast and discover more about this wonderful American lady of Vietnamese descent and how she is working to honor all Vietnam Veterans.