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Kettle campaign kicks off

THE SALVATION Army Christmas Kettle Campaign kicked off yesterday at Canadian Tire. From left that
THE SALVATION Army Christmas Kettle Campaign kicked off yesterday at Canadian Tire. From left that's city councillor Brian Downie, Canadian Tire owner Bryan Gascon, Major Dave Moulton of the Salvation Army, city councillor Marylin Davies, Salvation Army volunteer Bob Young and Grace Makowski of Northern Savings Credit Union. In front kneeling are Salvation Army volunteer Dwayne Bolton and Major Rosa Moulton.
— image credit: MARGARET SPEIRS

WHEN YOU hear the jingling of bells for the next few weeks, it won't be Santa, not yet, it's the volunteers at the kettles for the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign.

Every year the kettles are set up around town to help raise money for the Salvation Army's various programs.

Kettles will be set up at Canadian Tire, Walmart, Real Canadian Wholesale Store, Save on Foods, Safeway and the BC Liquor Store.

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