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It was Salvation Army Major Norman Hamelin, and not Major Martin Ketteringham as we reported, who said he would check with his wife and potentially donate $1,000 to the Kiwannis Village Housing Project at a homeless task force meeting last Thursday. The NEWS apologizes for the error.

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