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Get ready for the ringing bells of the Salvation Army's Kettle Campaign
15 November 2017, 08:08 | Joann Bryant
The Lima Salvation Army needs volunteers
Each year between Thanksgiving and Christmas volunteers from several different organizations and churches in the area go out to local stores and ring bells, asking for donations to be placed in red buckets to help the hungry and poor in Bingham County and other counties in the area.
"It basically supports our whole work in The Salvation Army during the year", said Maj. "People come in for help nearly every day". "I'm just completely blown away", said Turlock SA Corps Major Debi Shrum. "Once again we ask for the community's help to make Christmas bright for families in need so no child or senior is forgotten".
Kettle campaign sets ambitious goal
The event also included a keynote address by Turlock Chief of Police Nino Amirfar, who emphasized the importance of community during the holidays.
"What the community gives us, we give back". "When you put a person there, it does make a difference". So many of us have a lot. o many of us don't have very much.
The first red kettles went out Saturday at both Hy-Vee stores, Shopko and Hobby Lobby, while another 10 spots will be added around town by November 27. Bell ringers will accompany the kettles asking for donations every day of the week, except Sunday, through December 24. Funds collected during the campaign will provide for families and individuals across the state during the holiday season and year-round, sustaining the vital programs and services from The Salvation Army that help people in need manage their daily lives.
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