Calvary Lutheran Church gives to military families

Kay Horst

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Dec. 17 was Gift Wrapping Sunday at Calvary Lutheran Church. Every December, church members buy and wrap carloads of Christmas presents and deliver them to local military families who are facing rough times. This holiday season, Calvary members have pledged presents for 127 children and 33 adults in 30 Marine, Navy and Coast Guard families in San Diego County. Photos: Jon Clark

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