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PORTLAND, Maine - The Salvation Army is looking for Mainers to volunteer to ring bells and help with its annual red kettle campaign.
SEATTLE - A Seattle lawyer who quietly amassed a fortune by investing his inherited family wealth has left a bequest of nearly $188 million to benefit Seattle Children's Hospital, the University of Washington School of Law and the Salvation Army.
DALLAS - Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo donned a red apron to help serve early Thanksgiving meals at a Salvation Army center in Dallas.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Gov. Paul LePage is urging Maine residents to contribute to the Salvation Army's annual red kettle campaign.
The Kansas City Star, Nov. 8