SALVATION ARMY: Fundraising Goal Not Met

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The Salvation Army says its Red Kettle campaign did not reach its fundraising goal.

The campaign officially ended Thursday. It generated $1,087,474, which was about $112,000 short of its $1.2 million goal.

The campaign started on November 9th with the bell ringing portion. After Christmas Eve it continued on through mail and online contributions.

The organization says though it came up short, it did collect a bit more than it did the prior year.

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