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Texarkana’s Salvation Army Commits to ‘Rescue Christmas’ In The Impact of COVID-19
For the first time in 130 years, The Salvation Army began its annual holiday fundraising campaign early throughout the country in order to Rescue Christmas. The funds raised through the organization’s iconic red kettles are at risk this year due to COVID-19 while requests for services are at an all-time high. Now, with Christmas fast approaching and the end of the red kettle campaign in sight, The
2019 Salvation Army Angel Tree Registration Is Underway
It's time once again for families to register youth and seniors for the Angel Tree Program from the Salvation Army Texarkana Corps. The Angel Tree program provides Christmas presents for disadvantaged youth and seniors in Bowie, Miller and Little River Counties.
Angel Tree
Our Angel Tree at the radio station is still loaded with children's names and each name tag has the child's age, clothing and shoe sizes, a wish list and a needs list. You can give a special gift this Christmas to a local child in need who will otherwise go without socks, gloves, shoes and toys.
Angel Tree Deadline is Tuesday, Dec. 8
Several names of angels are still on our tree at the radio station. I counted at least nine children's names hanging on the tree today. The deadline to deliver presents to the Salvation Army is Tuesday, Dec. 8. These children need clothing and toys. Can you help?
ANGEL TREE
Each year in Texarkana, and hundreds of other cities throughout the United States, The Salvation Army offers holiday shoppers the opportunity to make someone's Christmas wish come true by adopting a child through the Angel Tree Program. Once again, Townsquare Media -- Kicker 102.5, Power 95-9, Eagle 106.3 Mix 93.3 and Kosy 790AM, are proud to be an Angel Tree location.

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