SUN PHOTO BY TAMI GARCIA, email@example.com
Greg Rineer, right, salutes the American flag while Henry Monzello Jr. of Englewood sings the national anthem Saturday at a memorial service in Englewood's Pioneer Park at the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall. About 1,000 people attended Saturday and an estimated 8,000 attended over the wall's five-day stay.
ENGLEWOOD — Around 8,000 people came to see the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall, commonly known simply as “The Wall,” during its five-day stay, which ended Monday in Englewood, organizers say.
Visitors came from Charlotte, Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto counties and beyond.
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