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  • Governor: April is Month of the Military Child

    Governor Steve Bullock signed a letter Friday recognizing April 2019 as the Month of the Military Child, and April 18 as "Purple Up Day" as a day to wear purple in support of military children.

  • Military Kids: Heroes of the Future

    Every April, military children have reason to celebrate – it’s the Month of the Military Child.In 1968, Defense Secretary Casper Weinberger designated April as Month of the Military Child to honor military children for their sacrifice and courage. Since then, more than 2 million children have had a

  • Month of the Military Child Events

    April is Month of the Military Child and the Malmstrom Youth Programs has events throughout the month to celebrate. Don't forget to wear purple on April 18th to show support of military children.

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