|Kettle Drive underway|
|Friday, 16 November 2012 13:10|
That goal sits at $135-thousand-and-one dollars to be exact as they aim to beat last year's mark by only a few cents. There's a lot of people that are still not on their feet and we don't want to push our luck."Major Beardsley says in his 35 years with the Salvation Army, he's served in 12 different communities throughout the country and the Black Hills is by far the most generous he's seen during the Kettle-Drive.