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Mayors Brave Chilly Air to Ring Salvation Army Bells [PHOTOS]

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UNDATED – The Salvation Army is racing the clock to meet their holiday fund raising goal, and some of our area mayors have risen to the occasion

On Friday night, 5 of our area leaders spent time ringing bells for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles.

All the funds raised by the mayors will be met with a matching grant from an anonymous donor.

Check out the mayors in action.

Todd Gunderson represents Sauk Rapids, ringing at Coborn’s
Waite Park Mayor Rick Miller at Cashwise West

Sartell Mayor Joe Perske at Wal-Mart

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