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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Sears: Heroes at Home Wish Registry

People are so busy buying gifts and preparing for a grand family party at home. Yes, Home is a place where everybody wants to be this Holiday. A time for gift-giving and family bonding. But, let us pause for a second and look around the streets. As we shop on the mall, look around the corner and do something in your own little way. There are families who will not be spending Christmas together. Children of those military men and women who are serving overseas to protect our freedom. They are the Heroes and they will not be home for Christmas. Sears is encouraging us to donate a $1 or more to fulfill the wishes of military families. Let us share our blessings to create a smile on the faces of young children who wanted a toy to cuddle in the absence of their daddy or mommy. Children needs a shoe or a jacket to keep them feel warmth on this cold season. Let us bring our heroes home for this holiday by giving your donations to heroes at home. A dollar can really make a difference . Even though it is not tax-deductible, just visit their site and give your donations now.

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