EUCOM chief of staff presents holiday donations to German children
STUTTGART, Germany – Navy Rear Adm. Charles Martoglio, U.S. European Command chief of staff, presents gifts donated by volunteers from the Stuttgart military community to local German children during a ceremony held at the Stuttgart-Feuerbach Rathaus Dec. 20. More than 200 children's wishes were fulfilled from the "Wishmas" trees placed in participating buildings on Patch and Kelley barracks. The collected gifts were provided to German children in the Stuttgart Youth Welfare program, including foster children, refugees, children in group homes and children in low-income families.
STUTTGART, Germany – Navy Rear Adm. Charles Martoglio, U.S. European Command chief of staff, presents gifts  donated by volunteers from the Stuttgart military community to local German children during a ceremony held at the Stuttgart-Feuerbach Rathaus Dec. 20.  More than 200 children's wishes were fulfilled from the "Wishmas" trees placed  in participating buildings on Patch and Kelley barracks. The collected gifts  were provided to German children in the Stuttgart Youth Welfare program,  including foster children, refugees, children in group homes and children in  low-income families.
STUTTGART, Germany – Navy Rear Adm. Charles Martoglio, U.S. European Command chief of staff, presents gifts donated by volunteers from the Stuttgart military community to local German children during a ceremony held at the Stuttgart-Feuerbach Rathaus Dec. 20. More than 200 children's wishes were fulfilled from the "Wishmas" trees placed in participating buildings on Patch and Kelley barracks. The collected gifts were provided to German children in the Stuttgart Youth Welfare program, including foster children, refugees, children in group homes and children in low-income families.
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