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Salvation Army kettle campaign gets underway

Jack Schultz Auto Body president Lee J. Leslie, left, makes the first donation to the newly painted Salvation Army Christmas Kettles on Friday. Chris Kennell, right, a painter with the company, did the work on the kettles to get them ready for the holiday season. Capt. Neil Wilkinson of the Prince George Salvation Army was more than pleased with the results. - Allan WISHART/Free Press
Jack Schultz Auto Body president Lee J. Leslie, left, makes the first donation to the newly painted Salvation Army Christmas Kettles on Friday. Chris Kennell, right, a painter with the company, did the work on the kettles to get them ready for the holiday season. Capt. Neil Wilkinson of the Prince George Salvation Army was more than pleased with the results.
— image credit: Allan WISHART/Free Press

Jack Schultz Auto Body president Lee J. Leslie, left, makes the first donation to the newly painted Salvation Army Christmas Kettles on Friday. Chris Kennell, right, a painter with the company, did the work on the kettles to get them ready for the holiday season. Capt. Neil Wilkinson of the Prince George Salvation Army was more than pleased with the results.

 

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