Dec 19, 2012 at 6:43 am
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (KNSI) The St. Cloud Salvation Army still has some work to do in the closing days of its red kettle bell-ringing campaign.
Major Lee Morrison says their goal this year is to raise $220,000, and they were still about $60,000 short of that goal a few days ago.
Money raised is used to feed the hungry and provide shelter for the homeless.
The bell-ringing is being done in front of 23 businesses in the greater St. Cloud area, and will continue through 2 pm Christmas Eve.
If you'd like to be a volunteer bell-ringer, you can call the Salvation Army office at 252-4552.
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