The Christmas Store at Monroe Circle

For the fourth year in a row, the Christmas Store is hosting an unique opportunity for neighbors living in Monroe Circle and Laurel Court public housing, to purchase gifts for their children. We were joined in the studio this morning by Josh King, Pastor of Discipleship for Granger Community Church, who told us more about this event and how you can help.

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