Lebanon Reporter

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December 13, 2012

Salvation Army of Boone County heads toward goal

Boone County — The Salvation Army of Boone County is moving forward toward its 2012 Goal of $22,000, which is required to meet the needs of Boone County for the coming year. As of Sunday, $11,400 had been collected toward that goal.

Bell Ringers are also still needed for this season. If you have a desire to join the forces of helping others through The Salvation Army of Boone County, and would step forward to ‘Ring the Bells,’” please call Sheila or Richard Burdett at 765-894-1212 or 765-894-1222.

To make a tax-deductible donation via check, may make the check payable to The Salvation Army of Boone County, and mail it c/o The Farmers Bank, 2304 N. Lebanon St., Lebanon, IN 46052.

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