Volunteers out in full force for kettle campaign

THE SALVATION Army set out the kettles for the start of its annual kettle campaign yesterday.

THE SALVATION Army kicked off its annual kettle campaign at Canadian Tire Dec. 1. From left is Lisa Bolton of the Salvation Army

THE SALVATION Army kicked off its annual kettle campaign at Canadian Tire Dec. 1. From left is Lisa Bolton of the Salvation Army

THE SALVATION Army set out the kettles for the start of its annual kettle campaign yesterday.

Every year, donations given in the kettles are used for the Christmas hampers, the soup kitchen and an emergency food bank.

Volunteers wear santa hats and have identification cards hanging on lanyards around their necks this year.

Kettles are out at Canadian Tire, Real Canadian Wholesale Club, Safeway, Save On Foods, the BC government liquor store and Walmart.

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