Huber: Giving thanks, sharing season upon us
The local Salvation Army has set an ambitious goal for its annual Kettle Campaign with this year’s fundraising sights set on raising $950,000.
As the goal was announced a week ago, businesses were encouraged to participate with matching funds whether at a particular kettle or even a day.
Making the idea even more important and dictating the increased need for giving is The Salvation Army loses five days in their Kettle Campaign due to Thanksgiving falling late this year.
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