People Living At The Salvation Army Hold 'Free' Car Wash

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/08/2013 7:46 pm
People living at The Salvation Army in Lexington gave back on Monday.

They took part in a 'Free' car wash on West Main Street.

It was part of 'Doing The Most Good' week, when The Salvation Army encourages everyone to commit random acts of goodness.

William Booth started The Salvation Army in July of 1865 to help suffering humanity.
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