KETTLE CAMPAIGN: In desperate need of bell ringers

Kettle Campaign needs volunteers in Parksville Qualicum Beach

In desperate need of bell ringers, the Salvation Army got an early start to their Christmas Kettle campaign in Qualicum Beach last week

KETTLE CAMPAIGN: In desperate need of bell ringers, the Salvation Army got an early start to their Christmas Kettle campaign in Qualicum Beach last week. The Salvation Army’s Lisa Clason, left, and Major Norman Hamelin, right, with councillors, from left, Bill Luchtmeijer, Anne Skipsey, Neil Horner, Mayor Teunis Westbroek and Barry Avis. Call 250-248-8154 or e-mail Lisa_Clason@can.salvationarmy.org to volunteer and watch for them after Nov. 19 at local grocery and liquor stores through the holidays.

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