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Kettle campaign launched

Fraser Gladish is back at his post manning the Salvation Army kettle at the main entrance to the Penticton Wal-Mart store. At present, with the exception of this location, the kettles located at various locations throughout the city are staffed by volunteers Thursday through Saturday and will be open full time closer to Christmas. - Mark Brett/Western News
Fraser Gladish is back at his post manning the Salvation Army kettle at the main entrance to the Penticton Wal-Mart store. At present, with the exception of this location, the kettles located at various locations throughout the city are staffed by volunteers Thursday through Saturday and will be open full time closer to Christmas.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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