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Tamaqua Salvation Army volunteers helped brighten day for many

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Salvation Army volunteers Fran Stahl, Tamaqua, right, and Anthony Bear, 18, Lehighton, pour gravy on a visitors Thanksgiving platter.
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Salvation Army volunteers Fran Stahl, Tamaqua, right, and Anthony Bear, 18, Lehighton, pour gravy on a visitors Thanksgiving platter.
Published November 25. 2011 05:01PM

Approximately 30 volunteers from both Schuylkill and Carbon counties chose to spend their Thanksgiving Day preparing, serving, and delivering meals to hundreds of shut-ins, senior citizens, disabled persons, or anyone else who could use some holiday cheer.

Over 230 meals were prepared and served at the Tamaqua Salvation Army Community Center, while about 75 local deliveries were made.

For the third year, volunteers from Christ Evangelical Free Church (CEFC) in Lehighton stepped up to help the Tamaqua Salvation Army fill food boxes for the holiday season, as well as serve and deliver free dinners Thursday.

Both Tamaqua Salvation Army Major Sharon Whispell and Major Margaret Johnson were thankful for all the volunteers who helped bring joy to so many for the holidays.

For more information about the upcoming Salvation Army Christmas season and Red Kettle drive, call the Salvation Army at (570) 668-0410.

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