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Local Children Could Go Without Christmas Presents, Help Needed
Written by Whitney Wetzel
Last updated on December 10, 2012 @ 7:05PM
Created on December 10, 2012 @ 2:18PM
The Salvation Army is asking for your help with their angel tree program this holiday season.

Between Barbour, Randolph, and Taylor Counties, there are still more than 200 angels left on trees. Here's how this program works: children who come from low-income families are called "angels" and when you take one of them off the tree, it will have a list of clothing or toy options that you can get for them.
 
If the rest of these angels aren't adopted soon, officials said their resources are limited. The deadline is Friday, December 14th.
 
Here is a list of where you can pick from an angel tree in your area:
  • WalMart in Grafton and Elkins
  • K-Mart in Elkins
  • Freedom Bank in Philippi and Belington
  • Mace's Pharmacy in Philippi and Belington
  • Jerry's Restaurant in Grafton
 

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