If you're looking for a way to send Christmas cards to soldiers overseas, but don't know how, the Red Cross has a way.
Now through December 10th, the Red Cross is accepting Christmas cards for the military.
Last year they distributed more than 600.000 cards, and are hoping to bring that number up this year.
"This is a good way for the public to be able to remember our service people and be sure that everyone gets something. The Red Cross is trying to send a million cards this year, so get busy, we need to do a lot of cards," Jo Seyler, Washington County Red Cross Executive Director, said.
You can even make the cards on line by going to www.RedCross.org, or if you plan on sending them in the mail, there's a specific address you must send them to, and you can find that by clicking on the hot button on the homepage.
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