Salvation Army continues to search for bell ringers

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WPTA21) — A story we’ve been covering throughout the week focuses on the salvation army and its urgent need for bell-ringers for their red kettle campaign.

Organizers saying that ringing the bell for just 2 hours can help feed a family of four for an entire week.

Without the ringers, the Salvation Army says are unable to have as many bells throughout the community.

The Salvation Army says without these bells, they won’t be able to raise what we need to help those in need in the community in 2019.

Volunteer and paid positions for the Salvation Army bell ringers are available. People can visit www.registertoring.com and select the location, date and time they would like to ring.

People can visit the Salvation Army at 2901 North Clinton Street to apply for a paid ringer position.

Jacob Burbrink

Jacob Burbrink

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