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Topic: Community-Focused Initiatives
Posted on 12/11/2017
Hearst’s ABC affiliate WCVB-TV Boston led the “Celebrity Bell Ringing” for the Salvation Army of Massachusetts Red Kettle Drive on December 11. The red kettles are a vital source of funding for Salvation Army programming and services for hundreds of thousands of children, families and seniors across Massachusetts each year. WCVB-TV reporters, Kathy Curran and Mike Beaudet, and WCVB-TV anchors, Doug Meehan and Maria Stephanos, took turns ringing the bell at the red kettle to collect money for those in need this holiday season.
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