CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - A middle Tennessee group
wants to help soldiers at Fort Campbell with their transition back stateside.
The Screaming Eagles Foundation wants to help build a therapy
garden for soldiers at Fort Campbell, and they're taking part in an online
Facebook contest run by the Home Depot Foundation's Aprons in Action to do it.
If they get the most votes by the end of the contest in a month,
they'll get $25,000 to build the therapy garden.
Fort Campbell already has a smaller one, and organizers say it’s
helped out in a big way.
"We set goals; we wanted them to decrease stress, control
anger, as well as for them to socialize, and we've succeeded in all those
things," said Dana Chango with the War Garden Project.
Monday, May 20 2013 7:42 AM EDT2013-05-20 11:42:42 GMT
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