Danny Kay and Vickie Car. "One of our Sr. NCO's said after the show that was the same show he had seen by Danny Kay in Korea when he went there for a USO Show (United Service Organizations Inc.)" -Vietnam Veteran. 3/4 Cavalry Vietnam, Cu Chi, 1966. Photo by Roger McGill.
"It was always Hot or Wet at Cu Chi nothing in between. 3/4 Cavalry Vietnam, Cu Chi, 1966. Danny Kay and Vickie Car. One of our Sr. NCO's said after the show that was the same show he had seen by Danny Kay in Korea when he went there for a USO show." Photo and comment by Roger McGill.
American Women Who Volunteered To Serve During The Vietnam War Through The Red Cross
"Donut Dollies" at An Khe 1st Platoon 1968. This is the story of a group of amazing American women who volunteered to serve during the Vietnam War through the Red Cross as part of a program called Supplemental Recreation Activities Overseas (SRAO), better known by our brave military men as “The Donut Dollies.” Armed with nothing but cookies and home-made entertainment programs, the Donut Dollies risked their lives every day as they tried to fulfill their mission and cheer up the US troops. Despite their service and sacrifice, their stories and contributions in Vietnam have gone largely unnoticed and unappreciated. Photo by Bill Moore, Company B, 1/7 Cavalry
Vung Tau entertainment show for the soldiers. Photo by Mike Gustin who came to Chu Lai to be with D-Troop after spending one year in the Central Highlands of Pleiku. Mike was a Door Gunner and Crew Chief with the "Scouts". D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. http://www.dtroop.com/
Mamie Van Doren on a floor show in the old Marine Corps Officer's club that the soldiers inherited when the Marines left Chu Lai and the Army moved in. Photo by David Adams, a Cobra pilot in the gun group during the years 1970-1971 with the Scout Platoon, D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. Courtesy of Mike Gustin. http://www.dtroop.com/
The Fashion Institute at Salt Lake Community College had it's 7th annual spring fashion show entitled #FemmeFierce. SLCC’s Fashion Institute has nurtured talented and bright young designers, and this year’s seniors are ready to display their beautiful creations on the runway. This year’s show celebrates the power of femininity in all its different forms. Designs from Autumn Knudson, Alisa Woicicki, Janalee Walton, Rosalba Frica, Judy McCarthy, Annie Phan, Emily Hale, Jessica Rubio, Meagan Patterson, Carrie Pennington, Madison Emily, Megan Fullmer, and Hillary Baker led by Eugene Tachinni will grace the runway at The Rail Event Center located at 235 N 500 W in Salt Lake City. There were performances from Sonia Lopez, Warner/Chappell Production Music vocalist and SLCC’s Dance Company. Hair and makeup was provided by the Aveda Institute in Provo, led by Educational Director Heggy Gonzalez. SLCC’s Fashion Institute, coordinated by Mojdeh Sakaki, has become the breeding ground for talented fashion designers and merchandisers.
The Fashion Institute at Salt Lake Community College announces its fashion show entitled Anamorphic. SLCC’s Fashion Institute has nurtured talented and bright young designers, and this year’s seniors are ready to display their beautiful creations on the runway. The 2015 show was located at The Rail Event Center.