We just received word from “Fort Knox” comic strip creator and military brat, Paul Jon, that as of August 1st, Stars and Stripes newspaper is carrying his funny, family friendly, a personal favorite of ours. Be sure to check it out!
You can contact Paul Jon on his Facebook fanpage and you can also download his USO-inspired coloring sheets by clicking on the image below. They print out on standard-size paper and are perfect for tucking into a letter or care package!
If your kids are having fun coloring these, let us know! Snap a pic of your kiddo with his/her crayons and send it to us in an email. We’ll feature some of our favorites in a future blog…
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