"Congratulations on Your New Baby!" Those Words are Usually Followed by the Handing Out of Cigars by the Proud Dad to All His Buddies; It is Different with Military Families

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Bubblegum Cigars for the expectant Deployed soldier and his buddies. Soldiers' Angels presents the "Operation Top Knot" campaign so those deployed can experience the same joy as other fathers, by passing out cigars.

For our troop's deployed miles from home, the birth of their precious child is a specially hard time.

Soldiers' Angels has a team working hard to give support to expectant military families. From pregnancy through to delivery - and beyond - Operation Top Knot helps both mom and dad enjoy and celebrate the addition.

The latest Operation Top Knot campaign is the Bubblegum Cigar program. Instead of real cigars for the dad to hand out, Operation Top Knot ensures the proud parent has bubblegum cigars to celebrate the grand event with all his fellow soldiers. In Iraq, or Afghanistan, wherever they are, new parents can give out these cigars. And yes - they do come in boxes of either pink or blue.

What can YOU do to help these hero families celebrate? You can contribute to the Top Knot team via Soldiers' Angels and designate your donation for the Bubblegum Cigar program. You can also give of your time, and register with Soldiers' Angels to join the Operation Top Knot program. This special team proudly supports the new additions to our military families, and you can get involved to ensure these new bundles of joy - and their moms and dads - are lovingly welcomed. To learn more about the Top Knot program visit the web site http://www.operationtopknot.com

Soldiers' Angels is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the support of the brave men and women deployed in support of the War on Terror in Iraq, Afghanistan and wherever we fly the flag of the United States of America. For more information about Soldiers' Angels check out the website http://www.soldiersangels.org Founder Patti Patton-Bader may be contacted at (615) 676-0239.


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