MSI Angel Tree

MSI counselor, Stephanie Miller, and instructional assistant, Raelyn Hall, place information for families in need on the Angel Tree in the school office. Anyone wanting to help is encouraged to stop by and select an angel from the tree. Photo by Tim Crow

Main Street Intermediate School has decorated an Angel Tree in the office to help families who are not able to provide Christmas presents for their children this year. There are currently 105 children in need, with the expected total to grow to 150 by next week.

Anyone wanting to help is encouraged to stop by the school office at 3101 North Main Street, Suite 105, and select an angel from the tree. Each angel represents one family with the children’s ages provided along with a need list and a wish list. Names of families are kept confidential.

Gifts will need to be dropped-off, unwrapped, in the school office no later than Wednesday, December 19th. MSI will take care of wrapping the presents before they are delivered to the children.

For those with busy schedules who want to help, MSI is also accepting cash donations to purchase gifts. Cash donations need to be in the school office no later than Monday, Dec. 17.

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