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  1. Karen S. said:

    When preparing activities for the troops, can anyone list a specific thing or game or activity that was created? It’s always mentioned but nobody has listed anything specific and I was just curious.

    September 1, 2017
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    • Ann Muchmore said:

      We had games based on many topics: cars-it began with flash cards one with fire and a bird for fire bird automobile; geography with questions on tallest US mountain or longest water fall,-it was popular; baseball appealed to smaller groups; we had acetate sheets with football plays–the men over layed them to see who was winning; at Christmas we recorded the beginning of carols on piano and had men guess which carol it was–they were just ways to interact and laugh.

      September 9, 2017
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  2. Gary Efaw said:

    Thank you for the memories. I look at the pictures, close my eyes, and fall in love again almost 50 years later. God bless

    September 1, 2017
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  3. Gerry Ellenson said:

    Thank you for your service, and for caring, Judy..

    September 1, 2017
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  4. George A. Bontya said:

    Thank you for your Service and Welcome Home from a Vietnam Veteran

    September 1, 2017
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  5. said:

    I am on several veterans Facebook pages and every time the Donut Dollies are mentioned it’s with great fondness and appreciation. Judy you and all the other Dollies served those men better than you could ever imagine. As a member of a Vietnam War reenactment group here in the UK the Donut Dollies are one of the services our members portray with pride. Thank you for your service and welcome home.

    September 1, 2017
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  6. Ellen Cadden Nagy said:

    Hello Judy – it has been 46 years since DaNang gang days. In May I visited with Sheila Shanahan in San Antonio and will see Sara Porter later this month in NC. Not long ago, I was going through some VN things and have a copy of a Program that you put together.

    Would love to hear back from you.

    Ellen Cadden

    September 1, 2017
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  7. Jay Hall said:

    Thank you for your service and welcome home.

    September 1, 2017
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  8. Ray Ray, Jasso said:

    Judy thanks so much for being there for us. All you Donut Dollies will never be forgotten.

    September 2, 2017
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  9. William J McCullough III said:

    Thank you for your service!!! I was in and out of Cu Chi in 67′ and 68′

    September 2, 2017
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