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'Decorate a Vet' Helps Military Families on the Holidaysi
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Deborah Block
December 08, 2012 2:21 PM
The holiday season is typically a time for giving. A small, non-profit group in northern Virginia, called Decorate a Vet, is doing its part by helping local U.S. military veterans and their families. Groups of volunteers spruce up the homes of veterans and disabled soldiers, and then decorate them for Christmas. VOA's Deborah Block has the story about spreading holiday cheer.

'Decorate a Vet' Helps Military Families on the Holidays

Deborah Block

Published December 08, 2012

The holiday season is typically a time for giving. A small, non-profit group in northern Virginia, called Decorate a Vet, is doing its part by helping local U.S. military veterans and their families. Groups of volunteers spruce up the homes of veterans and disabled soldiers, and then decorate them for Christmas. VOA's Deborah Block has the story about spreading holiday cheer.


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