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Captain Ben Lippers of the local Salvation Army Branch says things are going “reasonably well”, with today and tomorrow left in the annual Christmas kettle fund-raising drive…

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In addition, the Sally Anne is again putting together food and toy hampers and still taking applications for them….

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Captain Lippers says the Food Bank is sitting okay right now, thanks to several just completed food drives.

However, he emphasizes the big one is the annual Huskies hockey club drive, which was postponed earlier this month, due to cold weather and, is now set for January 4th, with the 11th, as another cold weather option day.

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