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Angel Manor Girls say "Thanks"

I am so grateful for places like Angel Manor in Kingman that are available to young women that need help with addiction and alcoholism. God bless Wendy for working with them and keeping it up against great odds. God bless the many volunteers like Tina Salazar who continue to help. At Day By Day, we offer what little support we can--each year at Xmas time, we try to give a recovery gift to each resident. Lat year we gave a few recovery coloring book/journal. They were so sweet and even took one of the pages they colored and signed it, as a thank you.

We love the girls--Hang in there.And if you want to give someone a clean and sober Christmas gift set (they start at only $1), please visit our Christmas Store. 

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