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|Wednesday, November 24, 2004|
This Is Not An Ad...American Troops Need You!
It's Holiday time and families all over are preparing to feast on Turkey and Ham and all the trimmings! Can you smell the sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie? Grandma's best china and crystal adorn the festive table, everyone is in their Sunday
Remember Our Troops
best. Homes are brightly decorated, gifts are being purchased...ahhhh...the hustle and bustle of Holidays!
But not for all families...imagine your son, daughter, niece or nephew hurt, lying on the cold ground in a foreign land. They are taken to a hospital and given a hospital gown and booties.
They are alone.
It doesn't matter what your political views are about the war..our children are there and they need All American support! Visit: http://www.logonnewzine.com/logon/Troops/
What can one person do to help? Lots!
** Adopt-A-Soldier program and send one soldier a greeting card or care package. You can go to the dollar store and pick up a few items and send to your soldier. To those who will get nothing at Christmas a simple card will mean so much.
** Organizations will send packages to our forgotten troops but donations for shipping charges is greatly needed! A donation of $1.00 and up will help.
** Frequent Flyer Miles are needed to help fly families to visit their children in the hospital. Imagine your loved one hurt and alone in the hospital and you cannot afford to fly out to see them.
Let's all work together and get our troops those packages. It's the home front taking care of our men and women in uniform. Please, do what you can! http://www.logonnewzine.com/logon/Troops/
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Posted on 11/24/04 at 23:57:23 by Glenda Schloff
Yes, they do need everything we can possibly donate.
My Son is in the Air Force stationed in Fort Walton Beach, FL right now, and has already served a term in Iraq, but may have to go again. I pray that he doesn't, but if he does have to go again, it will be good to know that everyone is doing their best to donate what they can so that our troops will know that we are thinking of them.