Christmas trees prove magical for local charities


Last updated 2/5/2021 at 3:36pm

West Plains Angels

Chevy Aveo winner Herman Crandall (center) poses with his prize along with West Plains Angels co-founder Tony Blount (left) and C&S Automotive owner Carlos Fuentes.

CHENEY - The non-profit organization West Plains Angels held its annual "Christmas Tree Magic" over the holidays, raising $4,000 for a pair of local charities while sprinkling some special holiday gifts among the community.

Contributors who purchased tickets to win either one of five holiday trees decorated with a variety of prizes, or a grand prize of a 2009 Chevy Aveo helped produce two, $2,000 donations to local charities. One check went to Eastern Washington University's Office of Community Engagement to provide assistance to the university's "Pop Up Food Pantry" that helps students wit...

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