Soldiers' Angels September Newsletter 2011

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# Karen 2011-09-06 03:36
Thanks for spreading the word about Soldiers' Angels (SA), Michael. I know you are aware of what great work they (we) do but many people are still not aware of the truly dedicated individuals w/ SA all over the country and in Germany (Landstuhl Regional Medical Center) who will do almost anything to make our deployed troops, wounded warriors and all vets feel supported and appreciated. I just got a FB message from my adopted soldier with TF Spartan asking if I could send candy corn and candy pumpkins in abundance now that Fall is just around the corner. I love specific requests like that, as I think he's feeling a bit homesick and that will bring back memories of Fall in Wisconsin, where he's from. That's a small thing but shows how important it is to keep their morale up so they can continue doing their jobs with dedication. BTW, Soldiers' Angels has many, many teams -- something for everyone, male or female. Hope you don't mind my "ad" about the organization. Thanks again!
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