The season of giving

Salvation Army volunteers are needed to help ring the kettle bells and collect donations.

This young family was happy to give to the Salvation Army kettle campaign while shopping at Extra Foods. The campaign is ongoing until Dec. 24 and the Salvation Army would still happily accept more volunteers to ring the kettle bells. If you can give a couple of hours of your time this season

This young family was happy to give to the Salvation Army kettle campaign

while shopping at Extra Foods. The campaign is ongoing until Dec. 24 and

the Salvation Army would still happily accept more volunteers to ring the

kettle bells. If you can give a couple of hours of your time this season, give the

Salvation Army a call, 250-992-8784. Every hour you can spare means collecting

more donations for the programs and services the Salvation Army offers right

here in Quesnel. All money collected remains here in the community

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