Weekly Newsletter | December 20, 2016

The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 by William Booth in London England and has spread to many parts of the world. Its world-wide membership is estimated at 1.5 million. It adopted a quasi-military structure in 1878, and was, at that time, formally named the Salvation Army.
Salvationists lead a life governed by “high moral standards, evangelism and service to the poor.”
In many countries the Salvation Army is most often recognized during the holiday season for their Christmas music, bell ringing and their red kettles.  These donations support their vision and service mission.
This year, as in past years, we have supported this effort by servicing a Salvation Army kettle for two days during the holidays on the Kohl’s Sky-Bridge.
This week the Salvation Army Band will play for us before our club meeting and have a donation kettle present for us to support. Your donations and support of the Salvation Army are appreciated.
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