Salvation Army's season of charity


December 1, 2022

Ola Richards / Petersburg Pilot

Saengthasy plays his ukulele while collecting red kettle donations for the Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army Petersburg Corps is getting into the season of giving this year with multiple charitable opportunities coming up on the calendar.

They kicked things off last week with their annual Thanksgiving food box distribution where 126 people, including 55 families, were served according to Capt. KV Saengthasy.

The Lutheran Church donated 69 turkeys and St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church donated 10 turkeys along with other food items and baskets.

The U.S. Forest Service also donated food and other items were purchased from Hammer and Wikan.

The Girls Scouts also held a canned f...

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