adidas free delivery Jingle Bells Telethon off and running
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Jingle Bells is organized by the Jingle Bells Foundation and the Alexandria Jaycees. Proceeds from the live telethon are used to purchase food and gifts for families in need. 9, on these TV channels,
with more sites possible:Charter cable channel 181Selective TV channel 21.4Gardonville channel 4Runestone Telecom Channel 6Arvig Channel 14Help needed for Sunday deliveriesKathy Schlosser, Jingle Bells Foundation president, stressed the need for volunteers to help with the delivering of gift and food baskets Sunday, Dec. 10. “We need all the volunteers we can get to help deliver baskets,
” Schlosser said. “The size of your vehicle doesn’t matter. We will work with whatever a person has.” Those able to help with deliveries should go to H. Boyd Nelson, 3800 Minnesota St. Sunday, Schlosser said. “We will keep sending people out until all baskets are gone,” she said. “We need people to come inside H. (Jeff Beach / Echo Press)2 / 3
Eliana Oleson (left) and Greta McCleary perform a piano duet during the Jingle Bells Telethon on Saturday,
Dec. 9, at Geneva Christian Center in Alexandria. (Jeff Beach / Echo Press) 3 / 3
The 69th annual Jingle Bells Telethon is off and running.
Jingle Bells is organized by the Jingle Bells Foundation and the Alexandria Jaycees. Proceeds from the live telethon are used to purchase food and gifts for families in need.