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Holiday stockings collected for troops deployed overseas

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Updated: 11/01/2013 5:26 pm
HENDERSON, Nev. – The city of Henderson is partnering with the Blue Star Mothers of Henderson and Boulder City to assemble holiday stockings for troops deployed overseas.

The Blue Star Mothers, local businesses and city employees are collecting a long list of supplies with the goal to stuff 1,000 holiday stockings with the comforts of home.

“As a mother of one who has served, I’m personally aware of the sacrifices our soldiers make to defend the freedoms of our country,” said Henderson Councilwoman Debra March. “I’m proud to support the Blue Star Mothers and this opportunity for our community to thank our troops and help brighten their holidays.”

Collection boxes will be placed throughout Henderson City Hall, recreation centers and with local businesses in the Water Street District. Stockings will be assembled over a two-day period and sent to local soldiers who are currently deployed overseas.

If you know of a Henderson soldier who is deployed, please submit their contact information at so they can receive their very own stocking.

The Blue Star Mothers of Henderson and Boulder City is a volunteer organization of mothers with children who are or have honorably served in the military. The Blue Star Mothers provide support for active duty service personnel, promote patriotism, assist Veterans organizations, and are available to assist in homeland volunteer efforts.



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