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The March adoption is a group deployed on the USS Theodore Roosevelt consisting of 75 males and 36 females. They do have access to a microwave.

Pillowcases are a GO!

Wish List:

Cookies

Chips

Beef jerky

Granola bars

Power bars

Candy

Snacks, in general

Body wash

Toothpaste

Deodorant

DVD movies

Shipping will be March 20 to 24.

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Hello ladies it's been awhile. Mom and I are doing much better and will be sending a box of DVD's. We are also back to doing pillowcases so we can send at least 20 if you need more let me know  I have some stashed. It is hard to do this with out my dad but he would be upset with me if we stopped just because it was hard to pack the boxes with out him.

Love to all

Jeannie

Thank you Jeannie! I hope you feel that continuing to support our troops is a tribute to your Dad.

ok am I missing something has the discussion moved somewhere else? We filled 2 boxes

Hi ladies my son is on that carrier, how do you go about doing what you are doing. I sent a package and as of now he still hasn't received it.

Whatever I can do to help I would love too.

sent 2 boxes DVD's pillowcases and assorted snacks

WooHoo!!

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