"What can we do to best support our military children'"

By Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)April 15, 2011

"The Army needs to continue to provide  programs and activities for children." - Tim Dorsey retired staff sergeant
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Aca,!A"Volunteer some time as a mentor and  spend some time together with kids.Aca,!A? - Geri Jackson self-employed home health care nurse
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Aca,!A"The creation of a big brother/sister mentorship program between Soldiers and military children.Aca,!A? - Sgt. Henry Robinson aviation sergeant, aviation cell Third Army/U.S. Army Central
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