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Salvation Army’s ‘Doughnut Girls’ on hand for July 4

Published 06/25/2009, Pine Journal

At the mere mention of The Doughnut Girls, countless ex-soldiers, history buffs and dedicated volunteers will no doubt break into a knowing smile. The famous Doughnut Girls of the two world wars were The Salvation Army’s way of helping out with the war effort in a remarkably simple and heartfelt way – by serving homemade doughnuts concocted from a handful of basic ingredients to soldiers in the field.

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