Nearly 30 students from Walker High School’s Key Club came out in full force, Monday evening, to decorate two angel trees in the Jasper Mall.
The students trimmed ribbons, made signs, wrote children’s lists on paper angels and decorated the two trees with wishes for over 100 children.
Members of New Life Baptist Church also decorated a wish tree, at the mall.
“We have around 30 children on the tree this year,” volunteer Tonya Frazier said. “We need your help to help these families in need.”
People can adopt an angel until Dec. 16, with all donations to be dropped off at Joe’s Shirt Factory. Those who would like to fulfill a child’s wish from New Life Baptist’s tree have until Dec. 20. Those donations must be left at Fisher’s.
The two angel trees can be found in front of Belk, and the wish tree is located in front of Fisher’s. -Daily Mountain Eagle