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Tennesse Relief Society makes 'soldier' dolls to hug

To give support to the members of the military from their community, the Relief Society of the Athens Branch, of the Chattanooga Tennesee Stake, created "Soldier Dolls" for the 117th Military Police Battalion in Athens, Tenn., earlier this year. The dolls are made with pictures of the soldiers for their children to keep while their parent is away on military duty. Photos of individual soldiers were ironed onto fabric, which was then made into a doll-shaped pillow.

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