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Love and goodwill grow with bottle cap collection

By Nancy Arcayna

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 19, 2014

~~<p>Collecting bottle caps helped Logan Miller stay focused while his Marine dad was deployed in Afghanistan. And once his father came home, the 10-year-old Kaneohe boy found his hobby gave him a sense of purpose.</p>
<p>Logan began collecting the metal caps a few months before his father, Gunnery Sgt. Jeremy Miller, shipped out. His mother, Ginny Miller, an administrative assistant at St. John Lutheran Church, says Logan's collecting became a coping mechanism in his dad's absence. The youth would search for bottle caps at the beach and parks, he would ask servers at restaurants for them and solicit help from others in adding to his collection.</p>
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Collecting bottle caps helped Logan Miller stay focused while his Marine dad was deployed in Afghanistan. And once his father came home, the 10-year-old Kaneohe boy found his hobby gave him a sense of purpose.

Logan began collecting the metal caps a few months before his father, Gunnery Sgt. Jeremy Miller, shipped out. His mother, Ginny Miller, an administrative assistant at St. John Lutheran Church, says Logan's collecting became a coping mechanism in his dad's absence. The youth would search for bottle caps at the beach and parks, he would ask servers at restaurants for them and solicit help from others in adding to his collection. Login for more...



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