Recipient of Adopt a Soldier Door County gifts will thank kids personally

By Terry Kovarik


An area soldier who’s received more than one holiday care package from Adopt a Solider-Door County now wants to show his gratitude. Matt Bellin, from Southern Door County, did a facetime call to Executive Direct Nancy Hutchinson last week after receiving his Thanksgiving gift box. Hutchinson says Bellin wants to reach out to youngsters who sent letters and say thanks, personally.



Adopt a Soldier-Door County is now getting Christmas care packages ready and is in need of about 25 Christmas stockings. You can drop them off at any local bank or at the radio stations of on Michigan Street in Sturgeon Bay.

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