Skip to main content

Needed bell ringers

Published November 20. 2012 05:02PM

Mel Latham of Lansford donates her time at a Salvation Army red kettle. Officers at the Tamaqua Salvation Army say they are in short supply of holiday bell ringers to stand at the red donation kettles. The kettles are located at Boyer's Food Market in both Lansford and Tamaqua, Wal-Mart in both Hometown and Lehighton, Redner's Market in Nesquehoning, Jim Thorpe Market, E-Z Mart in West Penn Township, Big Lots in Lehighton and others. "We greatly appreciate the support of the local businesses that provide our Salvation Army locations for our bell ringers," said Major Margaret Johnson. Shifts include anytime between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday. Children must be accompanied by an adult. To volunteer, call the Salvation Army at (570) 668-0410.

Classified Ads

Event Calendar


March 2018


Upcoming Events

Twitter Feed


40.8322022, -75.7117189

Family Promise of Ca...

41.110006, -75.65123

Jack Frost Big Bou...

40.8647136, -75.8110627

Nesquehoning Woman’s...

40.8837783, -75.6802679

On the heels of a...

40.8497036, -75.4485971

St. Matthew’s UCC an...