Everyone can find a way to honor our service members

Biden, Jill
May 2012
Hill;5/23/2012, Vol. 19 Issue 65, pS14
The article discusses the efforts being done to honor the families of the U.S. service members, in which some are volunteering over 13 million hours in their respective communities.


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