Jenny Bush, left, and Barb Farrior with some of the nearly 21,000 pillows they have had made for soldiers, sailors and Marines in combat areas overseas.
Jenny Bush, left, and Barb Farrior with some of the nearly 21,000 pillows they have had made for soldiers, sailors and Marines in combat areas overseas. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Jenny Bush, left, and Barb Farrior with some of the nearly 21,000 pillows they have had made for soldiers, sailors and Marines in combat areas overseas. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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