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November 20, 2013

Wally’s Party Factory hosts Angel Tree for Texas Pythian Home

Wally’s Party Factory, the nation’s largest privately held chain of family-owned independent party supply and Halloween stores, is hosting its second in-store Angel Tree benefiting the Texas Pythian home.

Texas Pythian Home operates to provide a safe, stable environment for  children. Wally’s customers can bring joy to a child this Christmas by visiting its Weatherford location at 104 College Park Drive in the College Park Shopping Center.

It’s simple to bring joy to a child in need. Just choose an angel from the tree, and purchase a new item requested by a child. Return the item in a gift bag with the angel attached by Dec. 19 and it will be delivered to a child at Texas Pythian Home. Through the hands of volunteers, and the generosity of donors like you, children can feel the joy of gifts this Christmas.

“There is no greater gift we can give during the holiday season, than to be of help to others,” says Walter Erwin, President of Wally’s Party Factory. “The generosity of our community and our employees means every child with an angel on the tree has their Christmas wish granted.”

Wally’s offers an extensive selection of party supplies, costumes and balloons for all occasions and themes including a festive Christmas and New Year’s department with costumes, accessories and décor. Wally’s gigantic assortment of bagged, bulk party favors is perfect for teachers, carnivals, and Christmas stocking fillers.

The Texas Pythian home is a non-profit, licensed basic residential child-care facility. Its mission is to provide a safe, stable environment for children to grow physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually in order to become responsible, independent adults.

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