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Kristina Grant and Sandra Shepard yesterday handled a few of the 20,000 stuffed animals collected for children in tsunami-stricken regions of Southeast Asia. Volunteers from the U.S. Pacific Fleet mobilized a donation drive at Pearl Harbor and off-base sites after learning that the crew aboard USS Abraham Lincoln gathered their personal collections of toys to give to the victims.
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