As the bells jingle on your way throughout the city, take note of the many volunteers helping the Salvation Army with their big fundraising campaign.

Ronza Reynard, "Our Christmas Kettles, which is our biggest fundraiser of the year here in Estevan. They will be starting on November 29th, and they're going to run through to December 22nd, not including Sunday's. Currently were signing up companies and service groups to come and man our kettles for a day or half a day. Then starting on November 15th we will be calling individuals who have volunteered in the past. If someone who has never done this, but would be interested in doing it, they can call us at the office and we will get them signed up at one of our five locations. So Monday to Saturday we're at Walmart and the Co-op every day. And then we have 3 other locations that we do mostly on the weekends, which is the Estevan Shopper's Mall, the Liquor Store, and Clifton's No Frills."

If you are a talented individual who likes to sing, perform, or even if you just want to ring those bells and smile. The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to help out. "If anyone would like to volunteer they can give us a call down at the office. They can speak with myself Ronza or Jane-Anne and our number is 634-2074," adds Reynard.

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