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Angels ready for giving

 

Wolfgang Kurtz | The Seward Phoenix LOG

The local fire departments' Angel Tree program aims to get gifts to those who youngsters and elders who could use a little extra holiday cheer. Visitors to the Seward Utility Counter in city hall can pick up a gift request from the towering Angel Tree while getting a business license, paying a utility bill or on their way to the DMV. The paper angels are informative and describe the type of gift wanted along with the age of the recipient. Angels are being conveniently placed on trees near some of the busiest locations in Seward including First National Bank Alaska, Wells Fargo and Safeway. Some Angel Trees may not appear until after Thanksgiving, but the angels are already out there. All gifts should be dropped off at the Seward Fire Department by Dec. 13.

The local fire departments' Angel Tree program aims to get gifts to those who youngsters and elders who could use a little extra holiday cheer. Visitors to the Seward Utility Counter in city hall can pick up a gift request from the towering Angel Tree while getting a business license, paying a utility bill or on their way to the DMV. The paper angels are informative and describe the type of gift wanted along with the age of the recipient. Angels are being conveniently placed on trees near some of the busiest locations in Seward including First National Bank Alaska, Wells Fargo and Safeway. Some Angel Trees may not appear until after Thanksgiving, but the angels are already out there. All gifts should be dropped off at the Seward Fire Department by Dec. 13.

 

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