Bells will be ringing!

Officer Robert Ivy of the Houston Police Department was one of many representatives of law enforcement and fire protection who volunteered to ring the bell for the Salvation Army last year. (File Photo)

Officer Robert Ivy of the Houston Police Department was one of many representatives of law enforcement and fire protection who volunteered to ring the bell for the Salvation Army last year. (File Photo)

The Salvation Army Kettle campaign kicks off in Houston Nov. 25 at Grocer’s Pride and Nov. 29 at Walmart 411.

Volunteers are needed to ring the bells for two-hour shifts at both local stores to help the less fortunate. Funds raised during the Kettle Campaign help the Salvation Army provide assistance to local residents throughout the coming year.

At Grocer’s Pride, the kettles will be out from 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

At WalMart, the kettles will be out from 9:45 a.m. to 7:45 p.m.

Adult volunteers are welcome and those under 18 are required to ring with a partner. Volunteers younger than high school age are asked to ring with an adult partner. No more than two ringers per shift are needed so as not to impede traffic at the local stores.

To sign up for a shift or for more information, go by the Salvation Army Service Center on West Washington Street in Houston or call Trisha Finn at 456-0070.

 

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