by: Scott McCaulley
Like the military procedures it is modeled after, the Salvation Army assigns leaders to their units for tours of duty then moves them to other units. That process is underway in the Branson Unit.
Captain Linda McCormick was notified in May that she has been tabbed to take over the Salvation Army Unit in Fort Dodge, Iowa after four years of heading up the Branson Operation.
In an interview the past week on KRZK’s “Ozarks Now” program, McCormick talked about some of the things she is going to miss about leaving the Branson area.
McCormick also talked about the relationship with area attractions like Silver Dollar City, other non-profits like Christian Action Ministries, and the groups they worked with including Ozarks Dynacom on the annual Holiday Food Harvest as highlights of her time in Branson.
McCormick’s last day in Branson will be June 25.
The complete interview with Linda McCormick from “Ozarks Now” can be heard below: