ONE DAY LEFT IN KETTLE DRIVE
$10,000 Needed To Hit
Salvation Army’s Goal
ONEONTA – With one day left in the Salvation Army’s annual kettle drive, donors have cut the distance to the $60,000 goal to $94 short of $10,000, Maj. Sharon Harford, commander of the Oneonta post, reported a few minutes ago.
“People have been very generous,” said the Salvation Army officer.
Thursday, Major Harford reported with some concern that only $43,000 of the goal had been collected. By this evening, donors had raised that total $49,006, she said.
Bellringers will be manning the kettles for a final day Saturday – Christmas Eve – at Walmart and Southside Mall in Oneonta, and at Price Choppers in Oneonta, Cooperstown and Sidney. Or call contact Major Harford at 432-5960 to donate.