DON’T GO WITHOUT PANTS!
As of today, Ladies’ and Mens’ jeans and pants are half price. $1.00 per pair at the Angels in the Attic Store.
There is a large selection of colors, types, and sizes. What with more cold weather forecast, come on in to seek out some heavier fabric that will keep your legs warmer and prevent your teeth from chattering.
Also, please say “Howdy” to the volunteer ladies at the counter.
MARDI GRAS COSTUMES AND CLOTHING
Mardi Gras is approaching quickly. Rather than spending full price on a new selection, take a look at the many offerings in the Angels in the Attic Store (most of you know it is across the street from The Station on Locust). At Angel’s, you are likely to save 70%, 80%, or more on Mardi Gras items, than if you drove to the Christiansburg malls.
ANGELS IN THE ATTIC WISHES TO EXPRESS THANKS:
Floyd County Angels Ministries, Inc. (Angels in the Attic) has a core family of volunteers which keeps its ministry of service going with the help of store manager, Gennell Vest, Donation Center manager, Priscilla Whitlock, and a dedicated Advisory Board and Board of Directors. Anyone who has a heart for helping others is invited to be an Angel, just contact Gennell or Priscilla.
Thanks to the Odd Fellows Lodge for allowing Angels to use their building for the Christmas Store this year; also, appreciation to members of the Floyd County Woman’s Club for adding to the volunteer staff there.
The Donation Center is where it all begins as volunteers sort the items so generously given by you, the community. Thanks to Young Life for work done at the donation center and other service organization are invited to add Angels to their project lists.
Last but not least, those who shop at Angels stores are the final link in the chain of turning the donations into the funds that are shared with fourteen different food banks and service organizations in Floyd County.
The donation center is located at the intersection of Route 8 and Needmore Lane. Angels in the Attic and Angels Boutique retail locations are on Locust Street in the Town of Floyd beside the famous Floyd Country Store.