HOT SPRINGS — The Bath County Christmas Mother program has been busy taking applications since Oct. 8, and the last day to apply is Monday, Nov. 30.
Donations are steadily being received with much thanks. The Christmas Mother still needs people to adopt families or individuals.
There will be an Angel Tree at Lifeline Ministries Church foyer. The office hours for Lifeline Ministries are Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The phone number is 839-5035. Please call ahead so that they will know to expect you.
There will also be Angel Trees at Summit Bank in Mitchelltown and at the courthouse in Warm Springs. Those who adopt the angels are asked to have the gifts returned on or before Monday, Dec. 7.
You can return them to the location that you chose the angel or you can call the Christmas Mother at (540) 679-6442 to arrange pickup.
If anyone is able to help provide any of the following special request, please call and let the Christmas Mother know. It will be greatly appreciated. The request include the following:
Tablets (5), Laptops (2), high chair, assistance with obtaining eye surgery, shelves for garage, window replaced, power scooter, new cell phone, vanity, play houses (2), game camera, metal detector, televisions (2), car stereo with USB port, dresser, Play Station 3, guitars (3), guitar amp cord, help with getting driveway fixed, help with home repairs, outdoor grill, Las Vegas Raiders Jersey (size 2 XL), bunk bed with twin top and full bottom, queen box spring.
Also: Bath County Charger hoodie (Size XL), apoxy kit, twin umbrella stroller, clothes dryer, twin mattress, ladder, queen size bed sets, Muk Luk Boots, Littman stethoscope, kitchen chairs, and puppies (2).
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