Wendy Hymes and Mylene Flippe (left to right) chat with each other about their children and grandchildren as they wait for their rides at the Giving Tree located inside the Gifts in Kind Warehouse on Monday.The Giving Tree allows families to sign up for time slots and browse presents organized by age and gender. After presents are chosen volunteers wrap gifts before they are taken home for children to enjoy on Christmas.
Wendy Hymes and Mylene Flippe (left to right) chat with each other about their children and grandchildren as they wait for their rides at the Giving Tree located inside the Gifts in Kind Warehouse on Monday.The Giving Tree allows families to sign up for time slots and browse presents organized by age and gender. After presents are chosen volunteers wrap gifts before they are taken home for children to enjoy on Christmas.
Photo by Alex Washburn /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Wednesday, December 21st, 2011
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