Salvation Army Of Cleveland Kicks Off Christmas Thursday

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

The Salvation Army will kick off the Cleveland Christmas Campaign at Peerless Road Church of God of Prophecy, Thursday at 6 p.m.

Emcee State Rep. Dan Howell will welcome Mayor Kevin Brooks and his wife, Kim Brooks, to make the first donation into the 2019 Red Kettle. 

Special music will be performed by Prospect Elementary, Tennessee Christian Preparatory School and Cleveland High School.  They will share the sounds of the season in festive form.

This year’s Red Kettle goal for Cleveland is $120,000.

The Tennessee Valley will begin to hear the bells and be able to adopt angels from their Angel Trees Friday. Angel Trees are located at Hamilton Place Mall, Northgate Mall and Bradley Square Mall.  Thousands of volunteers are needed to ring the bells and adopt angels.  To volunteer please visit: csarmy.org.

All are encouraged and welcome to attend the kickoff celebration. For more information, please contact Kimberly George, director of Communications, at 503-1801 or Kimberly.George@uss.salvationarmy.org. For more information regarding donating or volunteering please visit www.csarmy.org


 


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