by Caryn Haller
The spirit of Christmas filled the Douglas County Fairgrounds building Monday as volunteers sorted and wrapped presents for 317 families, and 703 children.
Each child receives at least two gifts, a book, mittens and a hat.
"It's going real well. The volunteers are great, and the community support has been phenomenal," Minden resident John Carnes said. "There are several families that have received gifts in the past who are now buying gifts for people."
According to Carnes, all the angels that were out on the trees were taken. Books for older children, and gifts for families …