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Fargo Salvation Army needs volunteers

The Salvation Army is looking for groups and individuals to assist with their 2006 Christmas Kettle Campaign. With 29 sites in the Fargo-Moorhead area, an additional 700 volunteers could be added through the end of the campaign Dec. 23.

The Salvation Army is looking for groups and individuals to assist with their 2006 Christmas Kettle Campaign. With 29 sites in the Fargo-Moorhead area, an additional 700 volunteers could be added through the end of the campaign Dec. 23.

Shifts covered by volunteers make more money available to the programs funded by the Salvation Army. Capt. Adam Moore set a goal of60 percent of the shifts to be manned by volunteers, but to date the number stands at about 32 percent.

Monies raised during the season fund several local programs including serving 200 to 250 meals a day, assistance with rent and utilities, and also disaster assistance.

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