Bossier Chamber Military Relations Committee spreads Christmas cheer to local military

The Bossier Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Committee, along with Boomtown Bossier City, delivered approximately 5,000 cookies to local military members today.
“This definitely makes it a more cheerful day for us,” said Commanding Officer Juan Luna, U.S. Navy Reserve, upon receiving the cookie delivery on Tuesday morning. “We appreciate the support wholeheartedly.”
The Committee, along with representatives from Boomtown Bossier City, delivered cookies across Bossier-Shreveport on Tuesday, Dec. 18, to the 307th Bomb Wing, 2nd Bomb Wing, Air Force Global Strike, 8th Air Force, MEPS (Military Entrance and Processing Station), National Guard (in Bossier and Shreveport), Marine Corps Reserve Unit, Navy Reserve Unit and Army Reserve Unit.
“We want to wish all of our local military ‘Happy Holidays!’ said Kattie Hollay, Military Relations Liaison for the Bossier Chamber of Commerce. “It is important to give back to them for everything they do for us. We know these cookies are just a small treat, but we hope they feel the support and well wishes behind the gesture.”
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