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Military Families Get Early Christmas

Posted: December 7, 2012 at 3:52 a.m.

Sarah Senty selects a gift item Thursday during Operation Homefront’s workshop at the Armed Forces Reserve building in Vaughn. Carol Herrick, Operation Homefront executive director, is at right.

Dozens of area military families will have a few more presents under the Christmas tree this year thanks to Operation Homefront.

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To find out more about Operation Homefront or to help with its outreach programs, visit its website at operationhomefront.net/okar.

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