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CASA Angel Tree

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Each year Child Advocates has an Angel Tree with an angel for each child the organization serves. Child Advocates tries to provide each of the kids with new clothes, shoes, coats and even some fun toys.

Angels are available at the following locations:
RPZO & Co Salon located at 2611 Plaza Pkwy # 10 in Wichita Falls
Nissan located on Kell West Boulevard
The CASA Office located at 808 Austin Street in Wichita Falls

The deadline to bring gifts back is Friday, December 13th.
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