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Salvation Army seeks to fill its kettles with cash

After grocery shopping, Carolyn Canova, right, stops to donate and talk to Salvation Army bell ringers Ellie Stockman, and Alice Rozek volunteer their time at the Price Chopper in Glenville on Thursday.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
After grocery shopping, Carolyn Canova, right, stops to donate and talk to Salvation Army bell ringers Ellie Stockman, and Alice Rozek volunteer their time at the Price Chopper in Glenville on Thursday.
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Christmas bells are ringing for Alice Rozek. “It’s fun; it’s rewarding,” she said Thursday as she rang a small bell for the Salvation Army outside the Price Chopper supermarket on Route 50 in Glenville. “You get to see the glow on people’s faces when they put money in the kettle, when they realize what good they do.” Maj. Mike Himes, commanding officer of the Salvation Army office in Schenectady, hopes more people feel all aglow ...

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