"Things are due back this Saturday and we're doing almost 2600 angels and at last count, we had about 250 returned," said Major TIm Williford. '
So with roughly ten percent angels tags tallied, what happens to the adopted angels that aren't returned?
"We have to step up and pay for those children to have a Christmas out of our operating funds and that puts a strain on us throughout out the year. So, what we'd like folks to do is if they haven't adopted already, go out and do so so we can get the to the kids,"said Major.
A small act of kindness, ending with big smiles on little boys and girls.