Representatives of the Salvation Army were on hand for the first donation of 2018 to kick off the kettle campaign, which will start at retail outlets on Thursday, Nov. 29. From left are Sandra Lillejord, family services assistant; Helen Orsted, kettle campaign coordinator; Major Wilf Harbin, accepting a donation of $20,000 from Norm and Shirley Mondor, and Jennifer Lorinczy, Weyburn services coordinator. The kettles will be set up at the Co-op food store, Wal-Mart, Wholesale Club and the Liquor Board store at City Centre Mall. There are still time slots available for volunteers to man the kettles through December. To volunteer, contact Orsted at 306-842-6485, or at her cell number, 306-861-4599.
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