Salvation Army grateful for community support during holiday season

Now that the holidays are over, the Fort St. John Salvation Army has time to look back and thank those that helped make Christmas a little brighter for local families.

Through donations from members of the community, the Salvation Army provided Christmas hampers to 261 adults and 165 children, over $10,000 in grocery store gift cards, and a Christmas dinner for 45 people.

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The Salvation Army provided hampers full of food, toys and gifts, as well as collected money from its annual Kettle Campaign as part of its holiday season fundraising.

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