(L-R) Providence High School students Sarah Murphy, 15, Tanner Hartis, 21,wait for donors while teacher, Stephanie Chinn gets a hug from student Michael Hicks, 18, while tending to the Angel Tree at SouthPark Mall. A group of students from Providence High School took time to volunteer to raise money and take donations at the Salvation Army's Angel Tree in SouthPark Mall
(L-R) Providence High School students Sarah Murphy, 15, Tanner Hartis, 21,wait for donors while teacher, Stephanie Chinn gets a hug from student Michael Hicks, 18, while tending to the Angel Tree at SouthPark Mall. A group of students from Providence High School took time to volunteer to raise money and take donations at the Salvation Army's Angel Tree in SouthPark Mall John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
(L-R) Providence High School students Sarah Murphy, 15, Tanner Hartis, 21,wait for donors while teacher, Stephanie Chinn gets a hug from student Michael Hicks, 18, while tending to the Angel Tree at SouthPark Mall. A group of students from Providence High School took time to volunteer to raise money and take donations at the Salvation Army's Angel Tree in SouthPark Mall John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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