Children serve Wounded Warriors
By Michael Campbell, Fort Wainwright DFMWR
November 1, 2013
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Carmine Jr., son of Jazmine and Staff Sgt Carmine Moccio, 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, watches Laila, daughter of Roderick and Staff Sgt. Hyun Ethridge, Medical Department Activity-Alaska pour cereal for crispy rice treats.
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Josiah and Victoria spread crispy rice cereal mixed with marshmallow in pans. Josiah is the son of Karen and Staff Sgt Boyden, 3-21st, 1-25th SBCT, and Victoria is the daughter of Nelson and Sgt. Eliana Ortiz, 1st Battalion, 52nd Aviation Regiment, USARAK Aviation Task Force.
One hundred school age children participated with a joint Boys & Girls Club of America and 4-H community service project Oct. 28. They made and delivered crispy rice treats and apple cider for Wounded Warriors and the gate guards.
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