Helping military mothers

FORT CAMPBELL, Ken. — Relief Society sisters in the Hopkinsville Kentucky Stake started a project called "Iraqi Freedom: Bundles of Joy" to benefit the mothers and babies delivered at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH). Four stakes from the surrounding area donated more than 1,100 baby blankets and 1,100 baby body suits on May 11 to Hospital Commander Col. Keith Gallagher.

Relief Society sisters initiated the project to help military families who are expecting more than 1,000 babies at the military hospital.