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'Doing the most good'

Students volunteer for Salvation Army, collect community donations

Cazenovia High School juniors Becky Marris, left, and Haley Korcz  collect a donation by Ron Luteran for the Salvation Army, Dec. 15 at Kinney Drugs in Cazenovia.

Cazenovia High School juniors Becky Marris, left, and Haley Korcz collect a donation by Ron Luteran for the Salvation Army, Dec. 15 at Kinney Drugs in Cazenovia. Photo by Pierce Smith.

— Romagnoli has been with the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign for the past seven years. She is assisted by Sherry Kellish and their sons, Joe Romagnoli and Brody Kellish, who were recognized for their efforts last year.

New additions to the local coordination efforts include Sharon Gerber and her daughter Kaitlyn as well as Ann Baroody, who had previously acted as the area coordinator.

First started by William Booth in 1865 in the East End of London, “The Christian Mission” first offered assistance to those who the traditional churches would not accept. Having penned “The Salvation Army” in 1878, Booth then adopted the moniker for his growing pack of supporters. Today, the organization helps more than 30 million people with their many programs that offer comfort and support, as well as community and fellowship. For more information, visit their website, salvationarmyusa.org.

Bell ringers can be found in Cazenovia from 4 to 8 p.m. nightly, at Kinney’s and Tops for the next five weeks.

Pierce Smith is editor of the Cazenovia Republican. He can be reached at 434-8889 ext. 338 or editor@cazenoviarepublican.com.

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