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House of Hope receives first delivery of binkies
Sue Sonnenburg
June 3, 2006  Today I had the privilege of going to a shelter called House of Hope. It is run by O.C. Rescue Mission and located in Orange. It is a long term program for women and their children. We visited 11 Moms and 20 Children.

True Stories from Binky Patrol Recipients - Joel

How important is a binky to a child in foster care?
This Thursday we will be finalizing the adoption of our son and daughter. Our 8 year old daughter has a blanket with one of your labels on it. She got it at Orangewood.

Patrick Air Force Base Receives Binkies
Liz Casper - Space Coast Binky Patrol

The Lake Ashton Binky Patrol visited the Winter Haven Youth
Yvonne Makowski, Area Coordinator
The Lake Ashton Binky Patrol visited the Winter Haven Youth for Christ meeting on Monday Dec. 6th. This meeting has 15 girls from 12 to 17. These girls are sent to this group either by counselors from school or the court system.

Santa Monica Chapter Binkies have been delivered to:
Sue Ochoa

The Homeless: Working Families Pushed Onto Streets
Submitted by Sue Sonnenberg; Article by: Yvette Cabrera, Register Columnist
"They are some of our recipients of the last bunch of larger blankets you gave to us for the homeless."

I want to say thank you for bringing comfort to my son during his most trying times!!!!
Kelly
I want to say thank you for bringing comfort to my son during his most trying times!

Loving our binky blanket!
Andrea Dawson
 I just had to write you a little note of appreciation.  We received our Binky blanket from the "Friends of San Onofre Marines" and we love it!  

GEORGIA: Tornado Hits EXACT Spot as it did Two Years Ago
Anna Lynn
It's me, Anna Lynn.  Remember, a few years ago (on Valentine's Day) I put out an alert for binkies because a tornado that had hit in our area of GA.  Well, a couple of weeks ago, it hit in the exact same place, but, this time, they cannot get any financial aid from the Federal Government because 75 homes were not destroyed!  Can you believe that--it was only 22 homes.


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