Christmas 'e-greetings' to overseas troops


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NavajoNPaleFace
November 12, 2003, 06:33 PM
Below I am adding a link if anyone would like to send a Christmas 'card' to a member of our armed forces overseas.

As you will read, and for security reasons, you cannot send the card to any one particular person but the Chaplains will distribute the cards as they see fit.

You can 'sign' the card with your name, hometown, state, etc. if you wish. Or it can be annonymous. But I think at least a first name and state would make it more personal and meaningful to the soldiers.

I think taking a few moments is the least we can do to let our brothers and sisters so far from home know they are thought of during a very emotional time for them.

Anyone who has been overseas during Christmas, including myself, can tell you that it's easy to start feeling you've been forgotten. Let's not forget them, please.

The easiest way to get started once you're in the site is to click on 'send message' and it'll walk and talk you through the rest.

Al, I realize I'm new here and might not have the right to ask but can this thread get 'float' status so as many people can see it as possible?

Thanks.


www.swycaffer.com/ChristmasMagic/cardshoppe.html

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durango
November 13, 2003, 12:49 AM
Good idea Navajo, thanks.

AUTIGER04
November 13, 2003, 01:33 AM
Very nice cards.;)

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