LCSO to setup Angel Tree to help children at Christmas

Logan County Sheriff’s Office has announced this years holiday season event through an Angel Tree program. It will kick off on November 21 as deputies set up the tree and add “Angel Cards” to the tree.

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Logan County Sheriff’s Office hopes this will bring individuals wishing to help out his season purchase items that will brighten the day of a child during this seasonal event.

The public is invited to come by the Sheriff’s Office. 

“They can visit our tree in our lobby and pull an angel card off the tree,” Lt. Thomas Kutay said. “Information will be the first name of a child, boy/girl and the age. It will contained items that parents of the child have put on their wish list, to include clothing items needed and their sizes.”

The public will fill out a card and drop it in the box provided with the code number on the Angel Card, their name and address and phone number. 

“We then can keep track of who currently has an angel card out and if the presenter wishes for the parent to know who they are, so they might thank them, or the information will be kept confidential if they wish for their info not be released,” Kutay added.

They will then take the card with them and go shopping and bring back the items unwrapped. The deputies will wrap the items and then delivery to the kids throughout the county.

Kutay says they hope to have all the items back by December 10 so as they can get them wrapped and delivered.

The applications were provided to superintendents of each of the Logan County school district earlier this month to provide parents in need. 

“We truly appreciate the work of each of the schools and churches throughout our County that participated in this event as it would not work without their cooperation,” Kutay concluded with.

1 Comment on "LCSO to setup Angel Tree to help children at Christmas"

  1. What about children who aren’t in school?

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