There are still eight names left on the Angel Tree at Needham Bank. Toys are due back to the bank by Dec. 17.
The community of Medfield has been extremely supportive of the Angel Tree Program but your help is still needed. There are still eight Angel tags remaining on the tree at Needham Bank with the deadline to purchase and return the gifts less than one week away. All gifts need to be purchased, wrapped and placed under the tree at Needham Bank on or before Monday, Dec. 17. Please consider stopping by Needham Bank on Main Street and taking an Angel tag. Your kindness will be greatly appreciated by the Medfield Youth Outreach workers and the children who will benefit by your generosity.
Needham Bank, 520 Main St., hosting the Angel Tree this year.
The Medfield Youth Outreach department is giving the community the opportunity to meet a Medfield child or teen's want or need this holiday season. Needham Bank, 520 Main St., hosting the Angel Tree this year. On the tree, you will find a paper angel with a gift request on it. Simply take an angel and fulfill the request. Most requests are for an item $35 or less. The wrapped item should be returned by Dec. 14th to the bank. The Angel Tree Program was started in the mid 1990's by Dot Steves, the former Branch Manager of the former Ben Franklin Bank and the Medfield Youth Outreach office. In 2009, the Tree was moved to Needham Bank when they graciously stepped up to accept the tree when it lost it's home. This year, 150 angels were …