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Mission complete: Letters From Home program to retire

April 11, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry Photo by Amy Cherry - Letters From Home volunteers are shown sorting items for the organization's 35th and final letter-stuffing event on Sunday, April 22, when the program will officially retire.

After nine years of supporting U.S. servicemen and women by sending care packages all over the world, the Letters From Home program is retiring on Sunday, April 22 following its 35th and final campaign.
"By all means, the military has told us our mission is complete. We've had a wonderful, wonderful ride, made a difference, met a lot of nice people and couldn't be more proud," said Christine Jovenitti, LFH founder and director who established the program in May 2003 when her son's unit was deployed to Iraq.

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