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Bell ringers needed
It is that time of the year again when the Salvation Army needs volunteer bell ringers.
All it takes is to give them a call or drop by at the Salvation Thrift Store on North Mulberry Street (U.S. 62) to sign up.
When I dropped by on Election Day and signed up, they still had plenty of openings for more signatures.
You probably already know it, but all money donated through the program stays right here in the Hardin County area to assist the folks here who need help.
I think the saddest thing in the world is a tripod and bucket without a person to ring the bell, as no one will donate if there is no one ringing the bell.
All there is to it, is to ring a bell, wish everyone who comes by a Merry Christmas and give a smile, especially for the kids, as they are always happy to see a ringer.
Jefferson D. Bradley
State treasure must be protected
Kentucky Educational Television, KET, is committed to education and lifelong learning.
KET is continuing its rich tradition of bringing trusted, world-class digital learning to Kentucky classrooms. In addition, KET provides distance learning courses in physics, German, Latin and, soon, Chinese. KET also provides early childhood education resources and training, GED preparation courses and more serving all ages.
Accessible to public schools and classrooms across the state, KET works to support innovation, student achievement and critical thinking skills necessary for Kentuckians to compete in a global economy. In addition, KET brings into our homes the best art and performance programs from around the world for all of us to enjoy.
Each month, 170 million Americans count on public broadcasting. For more information, join www.170million
Americans.org. KET is a state treasure that must be protected and supported. I hope you will join me in support of KET’s educational mission and public service to all Kentuckians.
Member, KET Friends Board