AUGUSTA — The Travis Mills Foundation plans to host its annual Vietnam-era Veterans Breakfast at 9 a.m. Wednesday, March 29, at the Augusta Civic Center, 76 Community Drive.

The event is free, but veterans must sign up for tickets at Each veteran can bring one guest for free.

Vietnam-era veterans hold a special place in the heart of U.S. Army SSG (Ret.) Travis Mills, according to a news release from Molly Lovell-Keely, foundation communications and marketing manager.

“This is your day,” he said at last year’s event. “I have all my staff here from the foundation putting this on and they’re all here for you. This day is for you. You deserved it and didn’t get it and I’m going to make sure that we all acknowledge you for every year to come for all that you have done.”

In addition to breakfast, the event will include military presentations along with a program by Mills.

“Most of us know a Vietnam-era veteran,” said Heather Hemphill, executive director of the foundation. “It’s important that we recognize their service, which was during a difficult time in our country’s history. Let us each reach out to that Vietnam era veteran in our lives to invite them to this event in their honor.”

For more information, contact Lovell-Keely at or 207-632-7475.



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