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December 17, 2004  
CONTACTS:
Milissa Reierson -TDLWD
615.741.2257 (O) 615.308.3705 (C)
 
Randy Harris-Military
615.313.0662 (O) 615.517.0984 (C)

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MEDIA ADVISORY

Labor & Workforce Development Teams with Army National Guard to Assist Deployed Soldiers’ Families

NASHVILLE - The International Association of Workforce Professionals will help give Christmas dinner to approximately 1,000 Tennessee National Guard soldiers’ families in Middle Tennessee. Several trucks will be loaded at the Army National Guard hangar, building 682 at Smyrna Airport. The food will be delivered to seven National Guard Armories across middle Tennessee.

Donations will include 3,000 cases of frozen food, turkeys and more. Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner James Neeley and Major General Gus L. Hargett will be on hand at 10:00 am CST to help load trucks and hand out the food to families at the National Guard Armory in Smyrna.

WHO:
International Association of Workforce Professionals Department of Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner James Neeley Tennessee National Guard
Major General Gus Hargett
WHAT:
Veterans' Christmas Relief Program
WHEN:
Monday, December 20
10:00 a.m. CST
WHERE:
National Guard Armory, Smyrna Airport Building 682
  *Please contact Randy Harris at the phone number above to attend the event at the Smyrna Armory.