Salvation Army expects good turnout for Red Kettle Campaign

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JACKSON, Tenn. — The Salvation Army kicked off its Red Kettle Campaign this week, and people here in Jackson have opened their pockets and hearts to give to the cause. The effort is the organization’s largest fundraiser throughout the year. Major Jayne Brewster said last year the Salvation Army raised more than $100,000. She says they expect to raise even more this year. “When you put money into our kettle, we want as much as possible for it to stay local to better our community here,” Brewster said. “We live here, we work here, we love here, so we want to make sure the community grows and prospers, and we want to be a part of that.”

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