ALICIA CRAIG • The Lovelock Review-Miner<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Star Point Trading Post employee Mandy Hall stands next to the Angel Tree at the business located on Highway 400 in Mill City. This Angel Tree is one of two trees to help some of the children in the area have a happier Christmas. The other tree is located at the Imlay Post Office.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->
ALICIA CRAIG • The Lovelock Review-Miner

Star Point Trading Post employee Mandy Hall stands next to the Angel Tree at the business located on Highway 400 in Mill City. This Angel Tree is one of two trees to help some of the children in the area have a happier Christmas. The other tree is located at the Imlay Post Office.

IMLAY - Two Angel Trees will assure Imlay-area kids have gifts to unwrap this Christmas. One tree is located at the Star Point Trading Post and the other one can be found at the Imlay Post Office.

"We at Star Point Trading Post are glad to help bring some Christmas cheer to these kids," Star Point Trading Post employee Mandy Hall said.

The Angel Tree project was started by Pastor D. W. Hutson of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Unionville. The Church of the Good Shepherd also provides a food bank every Thursday for area residents.

"There are a lot of families out here who need help. So that is what we are trying to do for them," Hutson said.

There are approximately 25 children divided between the two trees. Hutson is encouraging residents to stop by either location and pick up an angel to help out some needful children.

The attached angels have the sex of the child, their sizes and a wish. Christmas presents need to be back to the location where the angel was taken by Dec. 16, with the angels attached to the presents.

Anyone wishing to make a monetary donation to the project can call Hutson at 538-7570.