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Re: feed the children(OT)


Tricia,
Thanks for passing that on, I'll recheck it later.  The latest word is that
my nephew  should arrive at Pope AFB @ Fort Bragg around 12/22, (after a
year in Iraq) so it's too late to submit his name for their package.  After
a few weeks debriefing and vacation he will be stationed in North Carolina
until October, then sent back to Iraq for another year of duty.
It's nice that they receive donations enabling them to send these care
packages and it is good to see they have such a high rating as a charity.
Otherwise I might be reluctant to give out Sam's name.  I'll show this to
Sam when he is home, he may know some soldiers still stationed there that
would like to receive a box.

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "pdickson" <pdickson@sbcglobal.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, December 12, 2004 12:45 PM
Subject: [CHAT] feed the children(OT)


> Kitty,
> I want to share this with you.  I found out at church this morning that
you
> can go to www.feedthechildren.org to sign up a soldier to get a box sent
to
> him.  I sent Russ's address in.  If you have never heard of Feed the
> children it is a huge operation here in Oklahoma.
> Just for your information.
> Tricia
>
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