The numbers are in and it’s impressive.
Each Christmas season, local volunteers man the Salvation Army collection pot at Pioneer Market.
Led by local volunteer Linda Brown, donations are collected for 30 days beginning in late November.
This year, Brown reported $8,160.89 was collected from the community.
“I am totally impressed with the community and the people who pitched in,” said Brown.
Brown was praised by many in the community for her effort to set up the collection pot each...
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