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Today's Did You Know? 

1891 -- Salvation Army Captain Joseph McFee places a kettle at the Oakland Ferry Landing in San Francisco to collect money to buy Christmas dinner for the poor. McFee’s efforts became the forerunner of what would become one of The Salvation Army’s most endearing symbols and beloved fundraising campaigns --- the red kettle at Christmastime.



National Donut Day!Among the countless Americans mourning the loss of Pro Football Hall of Famer and veteran broadcaster, Frank Gifford, are hundreds of people, who as youngsters in the 1960's, had the opportunity to be taught football and team work by Frank himself who volunteered to do that at various Salvation Army sites in Greater New York.
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National Donut Day!National Donut Day - A Real Sweet Deal! --- On Friday, June 5th, The Salvation Army and Entenmann's Bakery celebrate the sweetest holiday on Earth - National Donut Day!
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150th anniversaryLatest “Saturdays” Tours Central Park North --- On Saturday, May 30th, more than 30 Salvation Army friends and supporters enjoyed a guided walking tour through the northern reaches of Central Park.
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150th anniversarySalvation Army centers across the Hudson Valley joined forces recently to celebrate a landmark event --- the 150th anniversary, or “Sesquicentennial,” of The Salvation Army’s service throughout the world.
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