TULSA - The Salvation Army is still looking for people to help Tulsa's angels in need as the holiday season advances.
The organization's Angel Trees have been up at Woodland Hills and Promenade Malls for weeks now and there are only six days left to adopt an angel.
With less than a week to go there are still more than 1,100 names waiting to be picked from the trees.
The gifts for more than 7,200 who have already been adopted have not been returned to the malls.
Next Wednesday, Dec. 12, is the deadline to adopt an angel and return unwrapped gifts to the malls.
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