Spring 2021 is bringing new opportunities to see the Donut Dollies Documentary. In fact our film is an Official Selection of the Queen City Film Festival in Cumberland, Maryland. For the first time this year, you will be able to attend an in-person screening of our film. Plus we are especially honored that The Donut Dollies has been chosen as the Closing Night Feature.
The Donut Dollies will screen on Sunday, April 4th at 8PM at The Venue At Mezzos – 114 South Centre Street, Cumberland, MD 21502. Individual General Admission tickets are $10 and will be available at the door, but please note that seating will be limited due to local/state Covid guidelines. Tickets are also available through the following link by clicking on the green “Tickets” button – www.eventbrite.com/e/qcff-2020-tickets-89194002663 You can learn more about this festival and view the program for all films at – www.alleganyalliedarts.org
We anticipate more opportunities to see The Donut Dollies in-person over the coming months. We appreciate everyone’s support and understanding during these interesting times.
Norm, Jess and Jim
2 tours in Nam the Donut Dollies were the best.
Thank you Larry. I left teaching to join the DD’s. It was a wonderful way to serve our country!
I was a DD in September 1969-1970 stationed in An Khe with the 4th Division & served as a Sky Dolly with the 173rd AB Division. I remember being stuck on Hawks Nest for a few days with some wonderful soldiers. What an experience! Remember some of the Dustoff Pilots & how courageous they were. Also flew with the Lucky Stars on some missions. Later moved to Cu Chi to serve. After that, no experience I’ve had in life has been as rewarding. Love our servicemen & women & I want to personally thank you for your service to this great country we are fortunate enough to live in. Welcome Home!
This is amazing. Thank you! I was a “Donut” in Vietnam, 1967-68, Qui Nhon, Lai Khe, and Camp Enari. Being 77 now, I am looking back over my life and realize how much this part of my life shaped me. I am so proud of what we did. I am now a Quaker, so I struggle with the idea and actuality of war, and I still am very proud of my service. I come from.a military/army family. I continued our service into a new generation along with my cousin (West Point, 1956). Thank you again!