This is the first day of the Pulaski County Salvation Army Tree of Lights campaign this year. Bellringers are set up at various olocations in the county to man the Salvation Army red kettles and to accept donations to help those in need.
Individuals can help the Salvation Army reach its goal of 100,000 dollars by volunteering to be a bellringer and by dropping coins or currency in those red kettles.
This year’s Honorary Tree of Lights co-chairs are Rick and Cheryl Vernon.
Here’s Pulaski County Salvation Army Bellringing Co-Chair Bill Grier (GREER).
To become a bellringer, go online to pulaskicountysalvationarmy.com.