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Fort Hood spouse featured on Kellogs box.

FORT HOOD, Texas

MRS. Robin Crouse was bashful about having a co-starring role with breakfast star Tony the Tiger.

Mrs. Crouse and five others are featured on boxes of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes in recognition for being outstanding military supporters. Each received last year's National Military Family Association Very Important Patriot award.

Mrs. Crouse, an Air Force spouse and executive director of Fort Hood's United Service Organizations, received the award for the thousands of hours she has donated to Fort Hood families.

She rallies dozens of volunteers to make sure deploying troops have care packages and food before they get on the plane, and has coordinated the sending of thousands of "goodie boxes" to troops overseas.

The cereal boxes featuring Mrs. Crouse were on sale at Fort Hood commissaries and are not available in civilian stores, commissary officials said.

--Ms, Emily Baker, Fort Hood, Texas, "Sentinel"

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Title Annotation:Postmarks: From Army Posts Around the World
Author:Baker, Emily
Publication:Soldiers Magazine
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 1, 2007
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