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The Small Mall held December 3 and 4 gave youngsters in Alexandria the opportunity to "purchase" gifts for their families while also helping to purchase gifts for children in Haiti. This little boy holds several wrapped gifts that he picked out for his family. (Contributed photo)

Kids shop at 'Small Mall'

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A total of 163 children were able to purchase Christmas gifts for their loved ones this year, thanks to the Small Mall held at the 6th Avenue Community Center in Alexandria on December 3 and 4.

The Small Mall project was developed in 2010 by Evansville pastor Mick Murphy and Evansville youth pastor Sara Evanson. It was designed to teach children the importance of giving to others.

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