WFFD Honoring Veterans T-shirts

The Wake Forest Fire Department (WFFD) is honoring local veterans by selling custom “Wake Forest Fire Supports our Veterans & Troops” T-shirts with camouflage lettering for $25 each - while supplies last. Available in a variety of youth and adult sizes, the T-shirts may be ordered and purchased by contacting David Davis at 919-761-3810. All T-shirt sale proceeds will be donated to VFW Post 8466.

Anyone who orders one or more T-shirts may pick up their order at Wake Forest Fire Station 4, 1505 Jenkins Road, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. or request to have it shipped to their address.

Again, these T-shirts are available while supplies last. 



 Engraved Brick Pavers

Local businesses, civic organizations, and residents are invited to "be a part of history" by purchasing an engraved brick paver for $125. Each engraved brick will become a permanent part of Centennial Plaza - located just outside the new town hall - to be viewed and enjoyed by residents and visitors for years to come.

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Wake Forest Power T-Shirts

Wake Forest Power is selling commemorative T-shirts for $10 each to raise money for the H.O.P.E. program.

Available in a variety of adult sizes, the T-shirts prominently display the Wake Forest Power logo.

All proceeds from T-shirt sales will go to support the H.O.P.E. program, also known as Helping Others by Providing Electricity.

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The Wall That Heals Commemorative BookThe Wall That Heals in Wake Forest - Commemorative Photo Book

This beautiful 8.5" x 11" hardcover limited edition volume is a treasure trove of pictures recording The Wall That Heals' 2018 visit to Wake Forest's E. Carroll Joyner Park. Throughout the pages of this book, you will relive The Wall's unforgettable stay in our community through hundreds of poignant photos submitted by amateur and professional photographers alike.

From Oct. 18-21, 2018, the Wake Forest Purple Heart Foundation and the Town of Wake Forest hosted the replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Joyner Park. Over those four days, approximately 20,000 people from across North Carolina and beyond visited the park to pay their respects to the more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam. 

Everyone that visited The Wall in Wake Forest was invited to share up to five of their favorite photographs. All submitted photos were included in a photo album on The Wall That Heals – Wake Forest Facebook page and many are featured in this commemorative photo book produced by TWTH Planning Committee.

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Communications & Public Affairs Director