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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Eight year old Destiny Rogers walks out with her favorite Christmas bike along with her mother and siblings after winning it in the wheel spin. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Bank of America volunteers Daniel Blasty and Mary Weiland select presents and toys for a family. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    Salvation Army officer, Lt. Janai Olige with the help of volunteer Amelia Phelps 8, fulfill and families' order of presents and toys. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Ebony Wiggins high five volunteer Cameron Slattery,left, after volunteer Barbara McGill,center, tells her she has won a bike for her 12-year old son in the wheel spin game. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Sherinita Feaster waits for her husband and daughter to pike her up after winning a bike in the wheel spin. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    " I didn't win last year" ,replies Shanta Watson. She is all smiles after winning a bike for her son. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Excitement over takes LaKeker Bright after winning a bike for her 9-year old son in the wheel spin game. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Angel Lawrence,right, gets a hug from volunteer Joanne Shea after Angel won a bike in the wheel spin game. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Angel Lawrence,right, and volunteer Joanne Shea are excited after Angel won a bike in the wheel spin game. Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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    T. Ortega Gaines - ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
    Families in need line up at the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau on the final day.The staff and volunteers gather presents for the adopted Angel Tree families as they wait to be called. The Salvation Army had to spend three thousand dollars for over 4000 families who were not adopted.
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