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Tuesday March 2nd, 2021 3:27AM

LISTEN: How to show love to our troops on Valentine's Day

By Mornings on Maine Street

WDUN joins Support Our Troops to show some love to our men and women serving us in the military. Martin Boire of Support Our Troops joined us on "Mornings on Maine Street" with details on how you can help along with information on how SOT works every day to let our troops know we support them. We hope you'll participate. Find out more at wdun.com.

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