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November 17, 2013

WPD hosts Angel Tree

Weatherford Police Department partners with Manna Storehouse and Salvation Army to host Angel Tree

Christmas is just around the corner and economic times are tough for many of our Parker County residents.

To help those in need, the Weatherford Police Department has partnered once again with Manna Storehouse and the Salvation Army Santa’s Helpers program to host an angel tree. The Weatherford Police Department Angel Tree is decorated and adorned with angels in need of assistance for Christmas.

Santa’s Helpers recommend you purchase one or two outfits and a new toy, spending approximately $50 per child. If you would like to help a Parker County child for Christmas, stop by Weatherford Police Department, 801 Santa Fe Drive, to adopt an angel.

The locations of other Angel Trees will be published when made available.

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