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Salvation Army seeks volunteer bell ringers for holiday season

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is seeking volunteer bell ringers throughout southeast Michigan to lend a hand during its 2013 Red Kettle Campaign.

Individuals, families or groups are needed to fill bell ringing shifts at nearly 450 red kettle locations throughout metro Detroit Friday, Nov. 8 through Tuesday, Dec. 24, excluding Thanksgiving and Sundays.

Those interested in volunteering can sign-up online by visiting www.ringbell.org, picking a preferred location, and choosing a date and time most convenient for them. Volunteers can sign up for one or more shifts, and will receive a confirmation email prior to the selected date.

To learn more about the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign, visit www.salmich.org.

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