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Molly's Adopt A Sailor is adopting 2 groups deployed on the USS Nimitz.

Group #1 - This group consists of 28 males and 11 females. They do have access to refrigeration and a microwave.

Pillowcases are a GO!

Wish List: Cup of noodles, Gummy bears, Frootie Tootsie Rolls, Gushers fruit snacks, Candy, Girl Scout Cookies, Snacks in general, Beef jerky, Feminine hygiene items, Deodorant, Toothpaste, DVD movies, cards and letters, and drawings from children.

Group #2 - This group consists of 14 males and 4 females. They have access to a microwave.

Pillowcases are a GO!

Wish List: Cookies, Beef jerky, Hard Candy, Tuna pouches, Popcorn, Noodles, DVD movies, and cards and letters.

Shipping will be August 22-25.

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Our Blue Star Mom chapter has a box of goodies to send. Please refresh my memory on getting the address. Thanks.
I found it. I think our items are most appropriate for group #1. Is that okay?

That would be wonderful! Thank you Lorraine!

getting ready to pack boxes we have pillowcases DVD's and snacks for the first group and snacks and DVD's for the second looking like 2 boxes for the second group and 3 for the first. I am going to send 39 pillowcases unless I hear from Kim otherwise. I will tape boxes on Thur and ship on Friday.

God Bless All

Jean

Are the zip codes correct or should they be the same?

The zip codes are correct. The Air Wing always has a different address and zip!

Hi Pat, Laura in VB here! I am ready to ship 7 boxes to group #1 and 4 boxes to group #2.

Hi Laura, Just approved you for "MAS We Ship Love" too. When you go there to get the addresses, don't think that there is a type-o with the zip codes......they are correct.

Thank you very much for your work getting the care packages together.

Love you, my sister!!! 

I had 2 boxes ready to ship. $45 a piece. Is that the norm? I don't mind doing the care packages but that's a lot for shipping.

WHOA! That is outrageous! Go to your post office and get the large priority flat rate boxes. They are 12X12X5.5 and free. They don't look very big but if you pack carefully, you will be surprised how much stuff you can fit in it.

Do I mail them from the post office?

YES, the United States Post Office is the only delivery service authorized to deliver to military post offices.

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