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Metcalfe Salvation Army needs Bell Ringers

The Metcalfe County Service Unit of the Salvation Army needs help with the upcoming Kettle Drive, the only fund raiser the local unit conducts. Persons are needed to ring the bell at either Dollar General Food Mart or Edmonton Cee Bee on the Fridays and Saturdays between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Could you help? Money collected is used to assist with emergency assistance for needy Metcalfe County Families including burn outs, medical, natural disaster, etc. Most of the money collected in the kettles will be given to Family Resource Centers to assist with buying items for Christmas for needy children. Needless to say, due to economic conditions, their list of children will be longer this year. Call Kettle Drive Chairman Judy Butler at (270) 432-5130 to volunteer. Great opportunity for children to learn about community service! Gaye Shaw, Executive Director, Edmonton-Metcalfe County Chamber of Commerce, Edmonton, KY


This story was posted on 2009-10-31 03:09:49
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