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Operation Homefront toys delivered to military families at Camp Atterbury Maj. Lisa Kopczynski

Pfc. Joshua Toby, Coatesville, Ind., assigned to Bravo Battery, 2nd Battalion, 150th Field Artillery, Rockville, Ind., 38th Infantry Division, Indiana Army National Guard, his wife, Dawn, and their daughter, Gracie, son, Aiden, daughters Ariana, and Skyler, pose with the man of the hour, Santa, during a holiday toy drive hosted by Operation Homefront at Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, Ind., Dec. 8. The Toby family celebrates the holidays early thanks to the efforts of the local community and Operation Homefront during a toy drive held at Camp Atterbury Dec. 8. (Photo by Maj. Lisa Kopczynski, Atterbury-Muscatatuck Public Affairs)

CAMP ATTERBURY, Ind. – Thanks to the generous donations of the local community and the efforts of Operation Homefront, Great Lakes Region, many military families in central Indiana are celebrating the holidays early with some extra toys for their kids during this important time of giving.

Camp Atterbury was privileged to host the toy drive for military families during a one-day celebration on post Dec. 8.

For more information on this and other Operation Homefront programs, please visit the Operation Homefront website at http://www.operationhomefront.net/


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Date Taken:12.08.2013

Date Posted:12.08.2013 21:04

Location:CAMP ATTERBURY, IN, USGlobe

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