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Angel Adoptions underway

by | Nov 14, 2019 | Area news

About 250 Angels are avail­able for adoption this year. Sign­ups for children to be helped this Christmas were held last week. Angels adoptions started Monday. Visit 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.

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