Mill Creek city employees Michelle Conner, Jody Gunderson and Spencer Moore package donations for shipping to Operation Gratitude. The city donation drive collected over 240 pounds of goods, enough to fill 10 boxes. (Contributed photo)

Mill Creek collects cheer for U.S. military, veterans

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