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Radio show host collecting holiday messages for North Dakota National Guard members

The messages will be delivered to airmen and soldiers.

Kyle Murphy, morning show host for “Murphy in the Morning” at KSJB Radio, would like to send messages of gratitude to North Dakota National Guard members who can’t be home for Christmas.

Murphy got the idea to have people write Christmas greetings, well wishes or thank yous to North Dakota Natioanl Guard soldiers and airmen who won’t be home for the holiday to pick up their spirits.

“There are right now nearly 500 North Dakota Guardsmen (soldiers and airmen) mobilized overseas and within the United States,” said Bill Prokopyk, public information officer for the North Dakota National Guard.

A guard recruiter that Murphy spoke with about the idea said he would see that the messages are delivered to the North Dakota National Guard members, Murphy said.



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