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Salvation Army Kicks Off Red Kettle Season in St. Cloud Tomorrow

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ST. CLOUD – The familiar sight and sound of the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles will make their seasonal debut tomorrow.

The St. Cloud Salvation Army and Coborn’s will host the Red Kettle Kickoff at the Cooper Avenue Coborn’s at 5:00 p.m.

The celebration includes an appearance by “Big Sal,” the country’s largest red kettle, and St. Cloud mayor Dave Kleis will be on hand to give the first donation.

The St. Cloud Salvation Army has a goal of raising $220,000 through red kettle donations from tomorrow through Christmas Eve. Red Kettles will be located outside of 23 area businesses this year.

To become a volunteer bell ringer, call 252-4552.

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