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  1. #1
    mzree3
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    Hey Suzanne, Hello



    The address I send cards to is as follows:



    A Recovering American Soldier

    C/O Walter Reed Army Medical Center

    6900 Gerorge Avenue,NW

    Washington,D.C. 20307-5001



    God Bess Them All.









  2. #2
    mzree3
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    Please address your holiday cards to:



    We Support You During Your Recovery!

    c/o American Red Cross

    P.O. Box 419

    Savage, MD 20763-0419



    Be sure to affix adequate postage. Cards must be received no later than

    December 27. Cards received after this date will be returned to the

    sender. Again, senders are reminded that "care packages" are not part

    of the program--send only cards and notes. Also, please refrain from

    using glitter or any other inserts that would not be appropriate in a

    hospital environment










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    honkoff
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    This was just discussed on CNN. They are asking people not to send

    cards to the below address as if it is not made out to a name of the

    soldier it gets thrown in a pile. Go figure they cannot just walk up

    and give it to a soldier....but they said to contact USO and some

    other organization I cannot remember.

    Just and FYI:~)



    <<<A friend gave me this address; I assume it's for injured

    servicepeople, as it goes to Walter Reed.



    A Recovering American Soldier

    c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center

    6900 Georgia Avenue NW

    Washington, DC 20307-5001>>>










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    stargazer43008
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "mzree3" <mzree3@...> wrote:

    >Hi! This is just a waste of your stamps , as the post officeor

    military hospital will not deliver them. This is on the Urbun legends

    site with an address for red cross. lisa








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    jonathan
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    You can take them to your local red cross or lions club even. I have asked this questions many times, but I usually take them to my family support center since I am a military wife. Deb

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