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110512: Military Child Salute

Military Child Salute – Brooklyn Fitzgerald
Monday, November 5, 2012

It’s time for another Military Child of the Week Salute! This is one of my favorite days of the week and today it’s a two-fold salute as we not only salute a wonderful military child but also her Daddy who is a “Wounded Hero”!

110512 Military Child Salute - Fitzgerald Family
Military Child Salute – Fitzgerald Family

Please say hello to Brooklynn and the rest of her family – CPL Griffin Fitzgerald and her Mommy Tracy. Brooklynn is just a little over a year old and her Grandmother nominated her for our weekly salute. This is a picture of when Brooklynn was just born.

Isn’t she a cutie!

Brooklynn’s Daddy – CPL Fitzgerald – was injured while serving with the 1st Battalion 32nd Infantry Division when he was injured while in Afghanistan after stepping on and detonating an IED. He was initially airlifted to a military hospital in Afghanistan and then flown to an Intensive Care Unit in Germany.

A Beary Special Furry Friend For Brooklynn

110212 Bears For Deployment
Knighthawks Sarge

Brooklynn’s Grandmother also told us she and her family recently moved to the Rochester, New York area from the Washington-Maryland area for treatment and rehab.

With that in mind we are deploying a beary special bear to Brooklynn and her family signed by the Rochester Knighthawks lacrosse team. She’s a cute little kitty-cat that players of the Knighthawks signed for us just before the start of their Championship season earlier this year!

Nominate A Military Child For Our Salute

Every Monday we love saluting a military child – whether it’s a child of a military family or in the case for today a daughter or son of a proud parent – and we are always looking for nominations. It’s easy to nominate a military child for our weekly salute too…

Nominate A Military Child for our Weekly Salute – Click Here For Details

Remember to spread the word and tell your friends! Every child we salute receives a Build-A-Bear Workshop teddy bear!

Two paws up!
General Sarge

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