At the Salvation Army distribution center in Lexington on Monday, volunteers Nancy McNally, left, and Rhonda Miller, both of Lexington, bagged gifts for children on the Angel Tree list. "It's pretty amazing how generous people are," said McNally, who was helping out for the fourth or fifth time. Miller is a first-timer.
At the Salvation Army distribution center in Lexington on Monday, volunteers Nancy McNally, left, and Rhonda Miller, both of Lexington, bagged gifts for children on the Angel Tree list. "It's pretty amazing how generous people are," said McNally, who was helping out for the fourth or fifth time. Miller is a first-timer. Mark Ashley
At the Salvation Army distribution center in Lexington on Monday, volunteers Nancy McNally, left, and Rhonda Miller, both of Lexington, bagged gifts for children on the Angel Tree list. "It's pretty amazing how generous people are," said McNally, who was helping out for the fourth or fifth time. Miller is a first-timer. Mark Ashley

Salvation Army's Angel Tree program closed for the season

December 11, 2012 6:33 AM