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Christian Services’ Angel Tree program will need last-minute support from the community to succeed at providing gifts for all the needy children and teens on its Christmas list this year.
As of Tuesday morning, the Angel Tree had 331 children and teens whom it hasn’t been able to provide gifts for, said Angel Tree coordinator Brenda Campbell.
The Angel Tree program normally starts off the donation period with about 1,200 children and usually ends up with about 1,500 children served.
This year, the program started off with 1,675 children.
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