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Rotary Club of Grand Island: Ringing bell for Salvation Army

Fri, Dec 16th 2016 11:30 am

Henry Kammerer of the Grand Island Rotary Club reports Rotary bell ringing at the Grand Island Tops Markets collected $1,451.13 in two days.

Kammerer said he received the total from Maj. Celestin Nkounkou of the Tonawanda Salvation Army, for whom Rotarians, Grand Island High School Interact students and Huth Road and Kaegebein elementary school Early Act students volunteered Saturday and Sunday.

Kammerer said "those students, both young and older, are the real key to getting the attention (and dollars) from Tops shoppers."

Pictured at right, volunteers from the Grand Island Rotary Club and its affiliate student organizations Interact (at Grand Island High School) and Early Act (at Huth Road and Kaegebein elementary schools) volunteered for The Salvation Army at Tops Market. From left, Emily Fred and Shannon Klein, Sophia Myers and her father, Rotarian Jason Myers were bell-ringers Saturday. Not pictured are Saturday volunteers Maddie Webb and Shaye Fermoile and Rotarians Hank Kammerer and Dick Earne. (Photo by Larry Austin)

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