Christmas Happiness contributions come to a close

  • Posted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 1:49 a.m.

Christmas Happiness has come to a close, but the community continues to give this holiday season. Any Christmas contributions received now will go to start the program next year.

Christmas Happiness contributions are collected at the Salisbury Post and listed in the paper each day. The Salvation Army of Rowan County distributes those contributions to area families in need. This year the Salvation Army was able to help more than 1,500 children through the donations that were received through the Christmas Happiness program.


Recent contributions are:

Adele M. Goodman $10

In loving memory of Bill and Joy Allen $200

In honor of Everymanís Bible Class; First Presbyterian Church; Our Leader; Al Hoffman and all our teachers; Bob Lewis, Jake Alexander, Vic Bost, Bob Harris, Jay Whittington, Dan Williams, Trevor Williams, Jessie Tart, Jim Spiceland, Randy Lassister, Tony Almeida by Johnny Safrit $100

In honor of Charlie, Emery, Hal and James $100

Salisbury Bass Masters $250

Total $660

Running Total $49,230.37

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