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Art 4 Healing helps service members paint their feelings October 18, 2011 — The Marines entered the room reluctantly when they decided to attend an art class to help “express their emotions with color,” but after an hour and a half with Laurie Zagon, the 13 students left the room confident and full of radiant smiles. “Color gives me a way to say the things that I just don’t have the words for,” said Lane Cpl. J. Contreras, MORE
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Workshop helps children cope with deployment September 17, 2010 — A child’s time separated from a parent during a deployment is always challenging. To ease this hardship, Camp Pendleton’s Family Readiness Center offers help for children to cope with the cycles of deployment. “Warrior Kids Workshop” is a new three-part program for children ages 5-12 that is designed to help them deal with various deployment MORE
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Four Marines awarded Purple Heart for their sacrifice August 23, 2010 — Four Marines were added to the Purple Heart’s list of heroes injured during battles in Iraq and Afghanistan. The awards were presented to the Marines during a ceremony at Camp Pendleton’s Wounded Warrior Battalion West barracks, Aug. 20. Since April 5, 1917, the Purple Heart has been an honorary award received by military members who have been MORE
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