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Group working to make Washington County first 'Yellow Ribbon' county

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Everyone wants to know how the soldier is doing. No one asks how the soldier's family is doing.

That is the message that military personnel took to a group gathered at Oak-Land Junior High School in Lake Elmo Monday night. The listeners were there to form coalitions and support systems to keep families of soldiers deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan from feeling alone, isolated and bereft in a sea of child care, household chores and daily demands.

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