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Angel Tree adoptions begin Nov. 11

by | Nov 7, 2019 | Area news, Latest

Farmersville residents can make the holidays a little brighter for less fortunate children by adopting a Christmas Angel and filling their gift list.

About 250 Angels will be available for adoption this year. Signups for children to be helped this Christmas were held Nov. 2-4 at First United Methodist Church.

The Angel Tree project is part of Farmersville Outreach Alliance in cooperation with FUMC, Farmersville Police and Fire, Farmersville Independent School District, Farmersville Rotary Club, Farmersville Chamber of Commerce, Toys for Tots and individuals throughout the community.

Angels can be adopted starting Monday, Nov. 11, by visiting farmersvilleoutreach.com, the chamber of commerce or Tedford Chevrolet on Hwy. 380.

The goal of the project is to put together gift baskets valued at about $100 each for the children on the list.

Donations to the effort can be made online on the Outreach Alliance website.

Gifts purchased for distribution to children can be dropped off at the police department

For more stories like this, see the Nov. 7 issue or subscribe online

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