Valentines for Our soldiers From the Paul L. Dunbar Elementary School in Atlanta, GA
Even the smallest individual can make a difference. The children of the Paul L. Dunbar Elementary School in Atlanta, GA, in a school-wide project made Valentines Cards for the Adopt-a-Soldier Platoon to send to our troops. Special thanks should be given to Ms.Tena Mitchell, a teacher at the school and Mrs. Lovella Adams, of the Coca Cola Company for coordinating the effort. Mrs. Adams, a Senior Quality Specialist with Coca Cola is involved in partnering with the grade K-5 school.
The cards are precious and they will be sent to the soldiers at Camp Anaconda in Iraq. We are grateful to the administration of the school, the parents and children of the school and to the fine folks at Coca Cola for participating in this initiative. And thanks Traci!
Some sentiments from Ms. Carter's 2nd Grade class: "I want to thank you for fighting for us and for keeping us safe." "Roses are red, violets are blue, Happy Valentine's Day, We Love You!" "Thank you for protecting our country. Happy Valentine's Day. You are a good soldier." "Thank you for taking care of us. You are the best!" "Thanks you for protecting our country. Happy Valentine's Day. You are handsome. I love you very, very, much. You are very, very sweet."
Soldiers from the 324th Integrated Theater Signal Battalion - SPC Xavier M., SPC Moniquic E., SFC Alex P. - extend their thanks to the children of the Paul L. Dunbar Elementary School in Atlanta, GA, for their kindnesses and for their Valentine's Day cards.
Valentines for 102nd Infantry, CT Army National Guard from the High Horizons Magnet School, Bridgeport, CT
In addition to the Valentines for the 324th ITSB, AaSP is helping people connect with our troops. One of our members coordinated the making of several boxes of Valentines for the 102nd Infantry from the High Horizons Maqnet School in Bridgeport, CT. Thanks to Mary Ann and school principal Ms. Melissa J.
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