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Salvation Army seeks bell ringers at three Worthington sites

Nobles County benefits from the program by receiving back 88% of what is raised from the Red Kettles.

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WORTHINGTON — Volunteers are sought to ring the bells for Salvation Army at three sites in Worthington during the holiday season.

Fareway, Runnings and Hy-Vee are all hosting red kettles, which are set up and will be ready to ring starting Monday. None of the sites will need bell ringers on Sundays, as Salvation Army is a church that honors Sundays as a day of rest.

Nobles County benefits from the program by receiving back 88% of what is raised from the Red Kettles. This money is used year-round to assist Nobles County residents in time of need through disaster relief, sheltering homeless, children’s programming, Social Services assistance, anti-human trafficking assistance and more.

To sign-up for a shift to ring the bell, visit registertoring.com.

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