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SA’s Angel Tree numbers down, but only slightly

November 2, 2012

With the application process for the annual Angel Tree program completed, officials with the local Salvation Army say the number of children and seniors represented by this year's effort is slightly lower than expected.
Ada Lafler, Angel Tree coordinator for the local charity, said the application process went well, although it's still hard to get a solid count on how many area families have — and will — be approved.

Faye's Flowers turns 75

November 2, 2012

For 75 years, something beautiful has been going on at Faye's Flowers.

The long-time Big Spring business is celebrating its diamond anniversary this month, beginning with a ribbon-cutting ceremony today and continuing with a customer appreciation day Saturday which will feature drawings and a 20 percent off sale on the store's Christmas decorations.

The shop first opened its doors under the ownership of Faye Kuykendall in 1937 and has changed hands only three times since then.

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