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Salvation Army continues red kettle campaign

The Salvation Army's bell ringers are out in full force this holiday season and they say their low-tech campaign still has a high rate of success. This is the 124th year the organization has bell ringers

News 12 Staff

Dec 3, 2014, 4:35 AM

Updated 3,486 days ago

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The Salvation Army's bell ringers are out in full force this holiday season and they say their low-tech campaign still has a high rate of success.
This is the 124th year the organization has bell ringers raising money with their familiar red kettles.
Judy Herman has been raising money for the Salvation Army for two years now. She is stationed outside the Wal-Mart in Norwalk and plans on being there six days a week until Christmas Eve. Herman says she also tries to cheer people up during a stressful time of the year.
"There are some people who told me they don't have anybody smiling at them," says Herman. "So, if nothing else, I can smile at them."


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