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    Holiday Greetings for Recovering Sailors and Marines at National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) Bethesda

    The Marine Liaison at Bethesda Hospital, where wounded Marines return stateside to recover or for rehabilitation, reports that they have not been receiving enough Holiday Greetings cards or Thinking of You cards for the number of wounded at the hospital.

    When you are preparing your Christmas cards this year, please include a card or two to:

    A Recovering Sailor or Marine
    National Naval Medical Center
    Marine Corps Liaison Center
    8901 Rockville Pike
    Bethesda, MD 20889-560T

    Your card(s) will be a great present to boost morale of a wounded warrior and each one costs only 39 cents to mail.

    If you would mail just one Thinking of You card each month during the year, the wounded warriors would receive a great benefit knowing that American citizens appreciate their sacrifice, care about them and wish for their speedy and full recovery.

    Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for the New Year, to you and yours!

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    Recovering veterans

    Am lousy at sending cards and greetings, but if any of those brave folks you speak of need some quiet and remote R&R, we have a spare room and lots of animals to waste one's attention span on. Wife loves to cook. Can't dig bait or clean fish, but she loves to cook.

    Last edited by accs; 12-22-2006, 23:06.