Transcript for Woman collects 160,000 holiday cards to send to troops
Finally tonight, one woman and 100,000 letters. America strong. Christmas is three weeks from today and in Hollis, new Hampshire, tonight, they are hard at work. This is like my Santa's workshop. Reporter: Laura landerman-garber with a special delivery for U.S. Troops overseas. Holiday cards fur our military, New Hampshire challenge. For 16 years, she's been collecting letters from all over the country and sending them out. So many letters, they begin dear warrior, so many from the children. I love that one. Reporter: The American flag. Dear hero. Thank you for your service. From Bloomington, Indiana. We want to give to our warriors who are far away from home. Reporter: 50,000 cards last year. This year, more than 100,000 sent. Friends, family, neighbors all helping. Even the children at Hollis primary school, right there in town. Schools as far away at Hawaii. This is amazing! Reporter: The cards and holiday candy now arriving tonight and the smiles say it all. Happy holidays in kabul, the 82nd airborne division, third brigade combat team. And Laura says it's those smiles that keep her going. New Hampshire, you know, we're small in size, but we're so large in heart. Reporter: That heart being felt thousands of miles away. Laura and all of her helpers and our troops, America strong. Good night.
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