Ringers needed for upcoming Seguin Kettle Campaign; Kettle Campaign 2018 set to officially begin next week
Posted on 11/14/2018 6:57:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- It's an exclusive list. On it are doctors and lawyers, teachers and students, coaches and football players, pastors and their folds, and many unassuming, good citizens of Seguin.

It's an exclusive list, but it's really not that hard to get on it.

Local volunteer leaders for the Salvation Army's Christmas season Kettle Campaign are looking for more A list team members to fill bell ringing time slots from the Friday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 23, through Christmas Eve, Dec. 24. No Sundays are scheduled for the drive.
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Salvation Army seeking bell ringers for annual holiday campaign
Posted on 11/14/2017 8:01:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Volunteers are needed to help ring in the 2017 Holiday Season. Sign-up is now available for this year's Salvation Army Kettle Campaign. Vicky Kleen, a volunteer with the local unit of the Salvation Army, says bell ringers are again needed to help fill the available slots for this year's campaign.
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Salvation Army seeks public's help in filling a void during its Kettle Campaign
Posted on 11/20/2015 8:22:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The Salvation Army is in a bit of a holiday pickle and hopes that the Seguin community can come out and show its true Christmas spirit during its annual Kettle Campaign. Volunteers with the local non-profit organization say they have no one signed up to ring the bell two days before Christmas.

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Salvation Army welcomes all donations; Community volunteers hope for successful Kettle Campaign
Posted on 12/8/2014 8:05:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The sounds of giving continue to be heard. Every penny again counts as the Seguin Unit of the Salvation Army continues its Kettle Campaign outside the entrances of the Seguin Walmart Store. That's according to Salvation Army Volunteer Anita Hoff. Hoff says the ringing of bells at each kettle station play an important part of being able to help families in Seguin throughout the year.

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