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Tonjaniece Thurman looks over Christmas gifts with sister Taneshia Mosen, 9, and grandmother Shirley Mosen on Friday during The Salvation Army's Angel Tree gift distribution in Gary.
Brianna Evans, of The Salvation Army, searches for gifts Friday in a gym filled with toys donated for the Angel Tree program. About 1,700 children ages 12 and younger received Christmas gifts through this year's program.
Ashley Cruz, of East Chicago, and her son Yosnel Doimoy pick out toys Monday during the East Chicago Salvation Army's giveaway to needy families. Meals were provided free from Jelly restaurant in Merrillville.
East Chicago Salvation Army Capt. Daniel Paredes, right, and Jelly restaurant co-owner Steve Vlahos look over the thousands of donated toys and clothes being given away Monday to needy families. Jelly restaurant in Merrillville also provided free meals.
Arthur Comer, of East Chicago, enjoys a free meal provided by Jelly restaurant at the East Chicago Salvation Army.
Munster Town Manager Tom DeGiulio helps kick off The Salvation Army's Lake County Red Kettle Christmas Campaign on Thursday in Munster.
Russ Sjogren, captain of The Salvation Army Red Kettle Christmas Campaign for Lake County, speaks during a campaign kickoff ceremony Thursday at the Centennial Park Clubhouse in Munster. The organization hopes to collect $1,091,000 in donations between now and Dec. 24.
An item is displayed Thursday during the The Salvation Army's kickoff ceremony in Munster for its Lake County Red Kettle Christmas Campaign.
Carol Hedgren and her daughters Kayla, left, and Jordan, of St. Charles, Ill., provide entertainment Thursday as The Salvation Army kicks off its Red Kettle campaign.
Amanda Childress, right, helps Eulalia, 6, left, and Elizabeth, 9, pick out clothing Tuesday at the Valparaiso Target. About 20 students were given a gift card to shop for school clothing at the store.
Amanda Childress, right, helps Elizabeth, 9, left, and Eulalia, 6, pick out clothing Tuesday at the Valparaiso Target. About 20 students were given a gift card to shop for school clothing at the store.
Volunteer David Haske, right, of Porter, distributes food to people in line for the Salvation Army of Porter County's Thanksgiving dinner Thursday. More than 90 volunteers helped serve food and deliver meals to those in need.
Volunteer Fred Bergman, of Valparaiso, collects a full Thanksgiving meal from volunteer Wilbur Oudman, of DeMotte, to be distributed to area residents that could not come to the Salvation Army of Porter County Thanksgiving dinner Thursday.
Chesterton resident Del Crieler prays with others gathered for the Porter County Salvation Army's Thanksgiving dinner Thursday.
Volunteer Gail Franko, of Portage, serves turkey to a man in line during the Porter County Salvation Army's Thanksgiving dinner Thursday atits headquarters in South Haven
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