Salvation Army to kick off Red Kettle Campaign

Beverly Bryant - November 15, 2016 2:17 pm

The Salvation Army of Ponca City will kick off this year’s Red Kettle Campaign on Saturday at Atwood’s in Ponca City and the Walmart/United Supermarket in Blackwell.

The First Lutheran/St. Mary’s Junior High School Choir will perform in Ponca City, and Blackwell’s mayor will speak in Blackwell.

The Salvation Army needs volunteers to be bell ringers for the season as well as other volunteers for the Angel Tree project. Bell ringers will be stationed at three locations this year: Hobby Lobby, Atwood’s and the north Food Pyramid store on 14th Street.

 

 

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