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Salvation Army Angel Tree Nov 15-Dec 10

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The Salvation Army Angel Tree program is an opportunity to spread joy and cheer to the less fortunate during the holidays. Whether you are an individual, family, organization, church, business or club, you can help make a difference by accepting any number of Angel Tree “tags” from The Salvation Army. Angel Trees represent the wishes and desires of a child or youth. Through the Angel Tree program, families and children have their specific needs and wants met for a warm and joyous holiday experience. From

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Stop by Youth Services beginning Wednesday, November 15 to pick up a Salvation Army Angel Tree Tag. You may provide toys, clothes and other gifts or, alternately, non-perishable food items and grocery store gift cards to offset the cost of holiday meals for local families in need. Please plan to drop off the unwrapped gifts, non-perishable food, and grocery store gift cards by Sunday, December 10.