Salvation Army Bell Ringer Shortage

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Updated: 11/28/2013 5:30 pm
The Salvation Army says they have a shortage of Kettle Bell Ringers.

The Kettle Bell Campaign is the Salvation Army’s biggest fundraiser.

They say they’re desperate for volunteers in Lexington. Officials say they have more than a dozen locations without a volunteer, costing the Salvation Army thousands.

Major Debora Ashcraft says, “When you're standing in the cold ringing the bell, you're making it possible for a homeless child to have a warm bed in our emergency shelter, so when you ring the bell you really are changing lives.”

For more information on how you can volunteer contact your local salvation army.
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