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Above, Tony Oberley of Windham opens a storage shed door last week to about 12,000 assorted Christmas gifts collected by Operation Home Front at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage in Westbrook. The items have been donated by patrons at Dollar Tree discount stores, and there is another storage unit of gifts waiting to be sorted.

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Middle, Tony Oberley and Donna Chapman of Windham stand with 12,000 assorted Christmas gifts collected by Operation Home Front at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage in Westbrook. Chapman, the president of the Maine chapter of Operation Home Front, said the gifts will be given to current and former members of the armed services and their families living in Maine.

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Below, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Rick Campbell, left, and Tony Oberley of Windham affix a sign to several overturned carts outside the Dollar Tree store in North Windham on Tuesday. Campbell is the Maine liaison between the armed services and Operation Home Front and said he got involved after answering a few military questions from Chapman and saw she needed some help. “I realized she had no idea what most of the acronyms mean,” said Campbell. Staff photos by Michael Hartwell

HomeFront1: Tony Oberley of Windham opens the shutters to 12,000 assorted Christmas gifts collected by Operation Home Front at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage in Westbrook. Donna Chapman, the president of the Maine chapter of Operation Home Front, said the gifts will be given to current and former members of the armed services and their families. The items have been donated by patrons at Dollar Tree discount stores and there is another storage unit of gifts waiting to be sorted. HomeFront2: Tony Oberley and Donna Chapman of Windham stand with 12,000 assorted Christmas gifts collected by Operation Home Front at Uncle Bob’s Self-Storage in Westbrook. Chapman, the president of the Maine chapter of Operation Home Front, said the gifts will be given to current and former members of the armed services and their families. The items have been donated by patrons at Dollar Tree discount stores and there is another storage unit of gifts waiting to be sorted.HomeFront3: From left: Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Rick Campbell and Tony Oberley of Windham fix a sign to wind-resistant overturned carts outside the Dollar Tree store in North Windham on Tuesday. Campbell is the Maine liaison between the armed services and Operation Home Front and said he got involved after answering a few military questions from Maine chapter President Donna Chapman and saw she needed some help. “I realized she had no idea what most of the acronyms mean,” said Campbell.


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