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Jean Morris, spouse of Maj. Gen. Shaun Q. Morris, Air Force Nuclear Weapon Center commander, bags cookies during the Kirtland Spouse’s cookie drive at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Dec. 12. The cookie drive’s purpose is to raise morale for Airmen, as many of them are spending the holidays away from their families. KSC delivers 4,700 cookies to Kirtland Airmen
The Kirtland Spouses Club delivered nearly 5,000 cookies to Kirtland Airmen during its annual cookie drive Dec. 11-12.
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Lara Arnold, 12, puts together cookie packages to be delivered to Airmen living on base as part of the Kirtland Spouses’ Club's annual cookie drive. The KSC rolled past its goal of collecting about 10,000 cookie, collecting more than 12,000 cookies from the base community. KSC collects more than 12,000 cookies
The Kirtland Spouses’ Club rolled past the 10,000-cookie goal of its recent holiday drive, collecting more than 12,000 cookies from the base community.The KSC ran its annual Team Kirtland Airman Cookie Drive on Monday and Tuesday at the Mountain View Club. Club members and other volunteers collected enough sweets to not only give all 600 Airmen
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