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Angel Tree campaign in Estevan is underway

Toys collected will go to children in the community
Estevan Angel Tree 2021
Laura Piper, left, and Barb Dunford were volunteering at the Angel Tree in the Estevan Walmart on Friday.

ESTEVAN - An important campaign is now underway in Estevan.

The Angel Tree, which is part of the Community Hamper Association, can be found at the Estevan Walmart, Your Toy Store with More, Kessel Run Games and Mr. Mike’s Steakhouse Casual.

People can pluck an angel from a tree. Pink angels are for girls and blue angels are for boys. Each angel has an age inscribed. Supporters then purchase an appropriate gift and drop it off at a tree. Or they can just bring toys or other items that would make a great gift for a child.

Cash donations will be accepted as well, and they will be used to purchase more toys.

The final day for the Angel Tree is Dec. 11.

The toys will be collected and stored, and then set up in a toy store, which will be open in mid-December. Hamper recipients with a child or children can drop by the toy store to select a toy, as well as a pair of pyjamas through the Estevan Kinette Club’s PJ Project.

The Angel Tree and the PJ Project will be at the Estevan Bruins game versus the Yorkton Terriers on Dec. 4 to accept donations.