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December 14, 2013 

he Longboat Island Chapel recently collected children's Christmas gifts through its Angel Tree program. Cindy Kuehnel, Outreach Program chairwoman, is surrounded by 140 wrapped presents from congregation members who picked paper angel ornaments detailed with ages of children from the Chapel Christmas tree and replaced with gifts of toys for children of migrant workers through the Stillhouse Point of Prayer in Bradenton. Information: 383-6491. PHOTO PROVIDED

The Longboat Island Chapel recently collected children's Christmas gifts through its Angel Tree program. Cindy Kuehnel, Outreach Program chairwoman, is surrounded by 140 wrapped presents from congregation members who picked paper angel ornaments detailed with ages of children from the Chapel Christmas tree and replaced with gifts of toys for children of migrant workers through the Stillhouse Point of Prayer in Bradenton. Information: 383-6491.

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