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Photo: O Christmas Tree

                                              - Brenda ANDERSON/Langley Times
— image credit: Brenda ANDERSON/Langley Times

On her way to see Santa Claus, two-and-a half-year-old Autumn Clements of Surrey stopped to hang an ornament on the Christmas Bureau’s tree at Willowbrook Shopping Centre, next to Purdy's Chocolates.

Donations of new, unwrapped gifts will be accepted during mall hours until Sunday, Dec. 16.

People are invited to stop by and find out where the greatest need lies in terms of age groups and gender. Cash or donations by cheque are also welcome. Receipts will be issued by the City of Langley for donations of $20 or more. Volunteers will be on hand to asnwer questions and offer suggestions.

They ask that no stuffed toys, dolls or clothing be donated.

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