by Tim Church
BRANSON, Mo. – As the Salvation Army in Branson enters into the final days of its Red Kettle season, it finds itself over $50,000 away from its 2017 goal.
As of Monday night, the red kettle total was sitting at $67,398. With a Red Kettle goal of $103,000, and an overall goal of $118,700, Branson Captain Linda McCormick says it’s clear they still have a ways to go before reaching the amount, which makes up their operating budget for the upcoming year:
McCormick says there are still a number of slots open for bell ringers looking to volunteer. For additional information or to sign up as a volunteer bell ringer visit RegisterToRing.com.