Salvation Army's annual kettle campaign fundraiser under way
Willie Kamletz begins his morning with bell-ringing.
It's not an alarm clock that gets the 89-year-old moving, but rather, the chime of the Salvation Army signal and its signature red kettle.
The Salvation Army's annual fundraiser began Friday. Its target this year in Jamestown is $118,000, up $13,000 from last year's goal of $105,000, said Lt. Mitch Brecto.
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