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Kettle campaign comes up short

The final tally is in for the local Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Campaign.
The fundraising campaign, which supports the annual Christmas hamper program, brought in $135,000.
“The Salvation Army appreciates all of the support given by our community during the campaign and throughout the year,” said community and family services director Beverleigh Broughton in an email.
The fundraising total falls short of this season’s campaign goal of $155,000, which means the Salvation Army will have to look at revisions in other programs in order to make up the shortfall from its regular budget, said Broughton.
The organization is still taking donations at the church office, 1320 Gordon St.

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