Trevon Frazier, 11, of the Hilton Head Island Boys & Girls Club, works with Cathy Robine of the University of Michigan Club of Hilton Head Island, to fill boxes Feb. 14, 2014, with homemade cookies and other treats destined for troops serving abroad. The groups worked alongside Treat the Troops volunteers at the Boys & Girls Club to get thousands of cookies in the mail.
Trevon Frazier, 11, of the Hilton Head Island Boys & Girls Club, works with Cathy Robine of the University of Michigan Club of Hilton Head Island, to fill boxes Feb. 14, 2014, with homemade cookies and other treats destined for troops serving abroad. The groups worked alongside Treat the Troops volunteers at the Boys & Girls Club to get thousands of cookies in the mail. Staff photo
Trevon Frazier, 11, of the Hilton Head Island Boys & Girls Club, works with Cathy Robine of the University of Michigan Club of Hilton Head Island, to fill boxes Feb. 14, 2014, with homemade cookies and other treats destined for troops serving abroad. The groups worked alongside Treat the Troops volunteers at the Boys & Girls Club to get thousands of cookies in the mail. Staff photo

Photo and video: Treats for the troops

February 14, 2014 06:57 PM

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