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Kettle kickoff and bell ringing starts Nov. 17

The Brainerd Lakes Salvation Army announced its holiday giving season will begin noon Nov. 17 at Cub Foods in Baxter. "Our Christmas campaign is our biggest and most visible fundraiser," said Lt. Grant Holloway, Brainerd Salvation Army administrator.

The Brainerd Lakes Salvation Army announced its holiday giving season will begin noon Nov. 17 at Cub Foods in Baxter.

"Our Christmas campaign is our biggest and most visible fundraiser," said Lt. Grant Holloway, Brainerd Salvation Army administrator. "We have been able to provide support to over 20,000 different services over this past year, and with this our annual Christmas campaign, we will be able to continue to serve people in need in our community."

Join the neighborhood gathering on Nov. 17 to officially begin the Red Kettle Campaign.

There is a two-hour minimum required and volunteers have through Dec. 23 to pick up a bell and herald the cause for those in need, the Salvation Army reported.

Online registration for bell ringing is also available. Go to www.BrainerdLakesSA.org and click on the volunteer tab. Donations to the Brainerd Lakes Salvation Army may also be made online.

Related Topics: CHRISTMAS
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