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Kettles in the city

  - Evan Seal / The Leader
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Salvation Army volunteer David Baxter (right) and Superstore host Lenora Jaggernauth help Yukiko Wuss and her son Hugh, 2, give a donation to the Salvation Army Kettle Drive at the Superstore at King George Boulevard and 72 Avenue recently.

The Salvation Army kettles will be located at 30 locations around the city until Dec. 24. Money collected in the kettles supports Salvation Army programs that help the less-fortunate.

 

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