Randy Travis Helps Red Cross Holiday Card Program

Randy Travis and his wife, Elizabeth, will be sending hundreds of personalized cards to recovering wounded service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, as part of the American Red Cross Holiday Card Program.

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"Holiday cards and greetings are an ideal way to thank our brave service members and soldiers for all that they do for this country," says Randy. "I encourage all Americans to take a few minutes to participate in this worthy program." Communities across America are invited to mail cards along with personal messages of support to wounded service members who will be spending their holidays at military hospitals. Cards must be postmarked by Dec. 24, 2007. Cards received after Dec. 27 will be returned to sender.

Cards should be sent to:

We Support You During Your Recovery!
c/o American Red Cross
P.O. Box 419 Savage, MD 20763-0419

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