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Re: feed the children(OT)

Also...there is an organization called "Blue Star Mothers" (with
sub-chapters for fathers or associates) that organizes and sends out
care packages to soldiers overseas. I just joined the Oklahoma Chapter
today. If you go to Google and type in Blue Star Mothers you'll find it.


pdickson <pdickson@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
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.

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