USO Camp LSA had no shortage of holiday cheer, as service members posed for Christmas pictures at the USO Camp LSA and MWR sponsored tree lighting party.
Camp LSA also stuffed thousands of greeting cards that were sent to us from all over the US with AT&T calling cards and handed them out as part of Operation Phone Home. Altogether, USO staff and volunteers handed out over a thousand cards. As Duty Manager Duane DeVorak (also the photographer for the events) sais, “These photos show how we put a smile on their faces." Wonderful![gallery columns="2”]
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