Wal-Mart has once again partnered with the West Texas Children's Advocacy Center to provide a way for many children in the area to have a better Christmas.
The angel tree at Wal-Mart represents children who have been served by the WTCAC this year. Each angel has a child's gender, ages, sizes and special needs or a favorite toy of character that the child would like.
Clubs, organizations and individuals are invited to choose a child or children to shop for, buy needed items and leave them at designated places at Wal-Mart or bring the unwrapped items to the WTCAC at 317 Oak Street in Sweetwater or 1907 40th Street in Snyder.
For more information, call 235-1818 or 573-2800. The angels were put on the tree on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Shown are Angella White, Wal-Mart Assistant Manager with representatives with the West Texas Children's Advocacy Center Peggy Parrot, Teresa Zarate, Madison Black and Cassie Saenz.