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A big thank you from the Salvation Army of Wellsville

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The Christmas season of giving was made possible by these great supporters

The Salvation Army of Wellsville would like to express public gratitude for Christmas volunteerism to the following:

Thank you to Tops Friendly Market, Giant Food Mart, Save-a-Lot, Runnings, and Tractor Supply, as well as managers and staff, for welcoming in our in-person red kettle stands and volunteers.

Thank you to Texas Hot, Fisher’s Pharmacy, 7-11, Beef Haus, Wellsville Brewing Company, YMCA, Ryan-Chg Insurance, and the Shop on Main for hosting our counter kettles.

Thank you to Community Bank (Main St), the Shop on Main, Tops, Runnings, FCCB, the Wellsville Men’s Golf Association, and Wellsville Elementary School for hosting our Angel Tree tags and for your group donations.

Thank you to the Xi Alpha Omicron sorority for your help with distribution packing and getting our gifts ready for the area nursing homes.

Thank you to Riverside Assembly of God, Brookside Wesleyan, St. John’s Episcopal, the United Methodist Church, Grace United Church, the Immaculate Conception parish, and the Wellsville Area Ministerial Association for adopting Angel Tree tags and helping with our distributions.

Thank you to all of the individuals and organizations, especially the Rotary, the Lions Club, who stood at our kettles and contributed to our Christmas efforts. We appreciate your contribution to the community. Your dedication and time helped us raise just over $24,000 to continue our work in Wellsville. We are so grateful to you all! Thank you!

Emily Stothart

Employee in Charge, Wellsville Corps

Director, Salvation Army Student Fellowship, Houghton University

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Office: (585) 593-2640
Cell: (315) 214-9071

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