MINOT AIR FORCE BASE Holiday cheer in the form of homebaked cookies went to airmen who live in dormitories at Minot Air Force Base.
Members of the Officers' Spouses' Club at the base packaged cookies Thursday for the annual cookie drive.
Base personnel as well as companies and families from the Minot community donated the cookies. The Minot Area Chamber of Commerce office was the collection point for the downtown community.
Colleen Coffelt, wife of Col. Christopher Coffelt, 91st Missile Wing vice commander, selects cookies as she prepares bags of cookies Thursday at Minot Air Force Base, shown in this photo by Senior Airman Michael J. Veloz. The cookies were distributed to base dormitory residents.
Julia Coleman, Minot Air Force Base Officers’ Spouses’ Club president and wife of Capt. Chris Coleman, 23rd Bomb Squadron electronic warfare officer, prepares bags of cookies Thursday at the base, shown in this photo by Senior Airman Michael J. Veloz. The cookies were delivered to airmen who live in dormitories on base.
These festively-decorated cookies, shown in this photo by Senior Airman Michael J. Veloz, were among the many cookies donated to the annual Minot Air Force Base cookie drive for airmen who live in dormitories at the base.
About 1,200 dozen cookies are collected between the base and the local area during the annual project.
The cookies were delivered to airmen Thursday and Friday.