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Making the cut: Rough year for Kettle Campaign means Salvation Army re-evaluating programs

January 10, 2014

(Photo by Larry McGuire/The Punxsutawney Spirit)

The Punxsutawney Salvation Army came up $20,000 short in its Red Kettle
Campaign and is looking at having to cut some programs.

Pictured is Captain Keith Jache (far right), co-commander of the Punxsutawney Salvation Army, assisting two students with homework, Heidi Stiles (far left) and Lillian Jache (center), during the after-school program — which is one of the programs that may be affected.

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