Kettle Campaign kicks off | DrumhellerMail
Last updateThu, 08 Apr 2021 3pm

Kettle Campaign kicks off

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The Salvation Army’s Kettle Campaign launched today, Friday, November 20. The kettles, which provide The Salvation Army with the funds they need to run programs year-round, are at Freson Bros, Walmart, ExtraFoods, and Ace Liquor. This year The Salvation Army has a goal of raising $37,000 but is hopeful the community will come out in support in this very difficult year. Those wishing to donate online can go to . An online donation uses your postal code and will direct your donation to local projects. At the launch on Friday are (l-r) Drumheller Town Councillor Fred Makowecki, Freson Bros manager Darryl Jacques, Salvation Army Community and Family Services Coordinator Amanda Courtenay, Kettle volunteer Dan Worman, and Salvation Army Captain Ben Lippers. To volunteer for a kettle shift call 403-823-2215.

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