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October 11, 2011

Ladies of Liberty

We wanted to let everyone know about a program we have recently gotten involved in...

The organization is called Soldiers' Angels and is a volunteer-led, non profit organization that provides aid and comfort to the men and women of the U.S. Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard, as well as veterans and their families. Lil' Lilith has adopted a soldier as part of her school community service requirement. We couldn't let the littlest member of the ESC out do us, so we decided to get involved as well.

Within Soldiers' Angels there is a "team" called Ladies of Liberty. The Ladies of Liberty team focuses specifically on the needs of deployed female servicemembers and makes special efforts to support and encourage them. They assist with supplies for their unique health and hygiene needs and help them experience a few "pampering" moments to rejuvenate themselves, even in the environment of war. They collect items such as feminine hygiene materials, vitamins, body scrub, facial masks, shampoo, conditioner, brushes, books, magazines and DVDs.

The Ladies of Liberty program originated in 2006 in a University of North Dakota Women's Studies class taught by Shelle Michaels. The students adopted 24 women from the North Dakota Army National Guard.

We have just received our first "Lady of Liberty" name and address and are preparing our first care package. (We are not permitted to disclose her name or location, obviously, but we can say that she is a member of the U.S. Army stationed overseas.)

Here's a little preview of our first care package:


There are a lot of ways to get involved with Soldiers' Angels. We hope you'll all consider signing up or helping out. Soldiers' Angels is a non-political group... so it doesn't matter how you feel about war to support the men and women risking their lives in it.

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