Coast Guard Adopts Orphanage for the Holidays

Coast Guard pilot Lt.j.g. Josh O'Brien, from Air Station New Orleans, helped to deliver presents to a local orphanage with the help of

Coast Guard pilot Lt.j.g. Josh O’Brien, from Air Station New Orleans, helped to deliver presents to a local orphanage with the help of “Santa” Chief Petty Officer Russell Miller of the Aids to Navigation Team Dulac and his “elf” Emily Boxwell, Friday.

ANT Dulac adopted the MacDonnell Children’s home in Houma, La. as a community service project for the 2007 holiday season. The children of the MacDonnel home were greeted by a HH-65C Dolphin helicopter crew and boat crews from the ANT carrying multiple presents for each child. Donations to the children’s home were made by ANT Dulac, ANT Venice, Coast Guard Cutter Pamlico, Air Station New Orleans, Little D’s Trading Post, and Regal Motors of Houma.

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