Dozens of Angels are Left to be Adopted

Dozens of angels were not adopted in this year's Salvation Army Angel Tree program in Lufkin. But, the Salvation Army is still hoping to provide gifts to the youngsters.

More than 70 angels are left to be adopted. The hope is East Texans will come through.

Capt. Lola Maldonado, with the Salvation Army, said, "We are depending on the people of East Texas. We think, through the media, people will come through for the kids."

More than 600 families applied for this year's Angel Tree program.