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For whatever the reason, it’s harder to buy for youngsters in the under-2 and the 13-18 age groups – at least for people who donate gifts to Lights of Love.“Under the age of two and the teens, they are usually the ones that get the least amount,” said Lights of Love President Melissa Casarez.Since 1987, Lights of Love has been collecting toys and coats to help ensure Dawson County children from newborns up to age 18 wake up Christmas morning with something under the tree.Monetary contributions also are accepted, and can be made to an account at Lamesa National Bank.Like ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331