Left to right, Marjie Gaynor, Lynn Flick and Martina Jamison add more toiletry packages to the pile on a May 2011 afternoon at Gaynor's home in Wexford. They and other volunteers were giving the packages to Operation Welcome Home, a nationwide effort that collects items for single soldiers returning home from deployment.
Left to right, Marjie Gaynor, Lynn Flick and Martina Jamison add more toiletry packages to the pile on a May 2011 afternoon at Gaynor's home in Wexford. They and other volunteers were giving the packages to Operation Welcome Home, a nationwide effort that collects items for single soldiers returning home from deployment. Staff photo
Left to right, Marjie Gaynor, Lynn Flick and Martina Jamison add more toiletry packages to the pile on a May 2011 afternoon at Gaynor's home in Wexford. They and other volunteers were giving the packages to Operation Welcome Home, a nationwide effort that collects items for single soldiers returning home from deployment. Staff photo

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