The Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign fell short of its goal this season, but the top bell ringers were recently announced. For the 7th year in a row and 9 of the past 10, the Alton Godfrey Rotary Club was the number one producer. Fifty members from the club produced a record $5,415 over a two-day period in December.
That’s more than twice the second place finisher. Salvation Army Lieutenant Terri Ellison tells The Big Z while the traditional kettles are used here, there has been some curiosity about upgrading.
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The Red Kettle campaign goal this year was $103,000, and they raised just over $67,000.