Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon MP Brad Vis (Left) stands with Harrison Hot Springs councillor Michie Vidal and Kris Kringle outside of the Agassiz Red Apple on Pioneer Avenue on Saturday, Dec. 5. Local Salvation Army kettle coordinator Rose Tustian said the local kettle campaign is well on its way to breaking the previous record campaign total of $2,600. The kickoff Saturday was off to a great start at $1,000 and the campaign is, as of publication, up to more than $2,400.
Some of the bell ringers in the campaign included Coun. Gerry Palmer, District Mayor Sylvia Pranger, Michele and Richard Cummins and Reta Buchanan.
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