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Moore County Angel Tree applications open

Angel Tree applications are now open to Moore County families. Applications may be picked up at the Moore County Public Library. (File Photo)

Folks in small towns take care of one another. Each holiday season community members and Moore County Angel Tree organizers join forces to make sure that no local child gets left behind.

Angel Tree applications are now open to any Moore County family who need a little help purchasing Christmas gift for their kids this year. To qualify, children must be between birth and 18 years old and be enrolled in Moore County schools. Parents will need to supply a correct mailing address and a working phone number.

Applications will be available through December 5 at 11 a.m. and may be obtained at the Moore County Public Library. If you have questions, contact Peggy Gold at 931-759-7285. The MCPL will close November 25-29 for Thanksgiving.

The Moore County Angel Tree Program is sponsored by the Moore County Resource Center. •

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