Winchester looking for Salvation Army bell ringers

The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign LOW-RES

WINCHESTER< ky. (WTVQ)- The City of Winchester is looking for Salvation Army bell ringers for the holiday season.

The city’s Deputy City Clerk Dianna Layne put out a message this week searching for ringers.

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She says you can volunteer whenever will fit your schedule. Social distancing guidelines will be adhered to and you must wear a mask.

Layne says you can call or text Shannon at (859) 437-0135 or email


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