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12/3/03

Salvation Army Needs Your Help to Help Area Children

More than 2,000 area children are relying on the Salvation Army this Christmas, but right now the Salvation Army is relying on you.

 The Salvation Army's Angel Tree Program matches children's hopes and dreams with an angel to fulfill them. With ten days left in the program, only about one-third of the angels available have been adopted. All you have to do to make a child's wish come true this Christmas is stop by any Angel Tree location, and pick an angel tag off the tree. Then return the tag and appropriate gift to the same location. The toys do not need to be gift wrapped. The only condition, return the gift by December 13th.

Angel Tree Program Locations:

  • South Plains Mall
  • Hasting's, 4th & University
  • Sundance Car Wash, 4th & Frankford
  • Bodyworks
  • Carino's
  • American State Bank, 66th & Indiana
  • Montford Prison Unit
  • Lubbock Country Club
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