Saskatoon Supports Haiti Kettles

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stooncubsFor our special Week of Compassion for Haiti, the Salvation Army kettles were stationed at shopping malls and stores across Saskatoon.
More than 200 volunteers donated over 600 hours of service to the campaign, including the 72nd Saskatoon North Cub Scout Troup. Thursday evening, the Cubs rang bells at the big kettles and carried hand-held kettles through the Lawson Heights Mall. The youngsters also chose to donate their Cub Scout dues to the kettle campaign. Thanks to them, and all our volunteers that day, the Saskatoon kettles collected $5,943.50. The Saskatoon Salvation Army’s Week of Compassion for Haiti six-day grand total was $30,448.40.Saskatoon’s generous citizens of all ages continually astound us with their support.

Thank you for helping the people of Haiti.