Like most couples in their mid-50s, Majors Alan and Cheryl Phillips of the Columbus Salvation Army have been casting one eye on retirement and all the things they might do.
Last year, Jim Minyard’s Sunday school class at Fairview Baptist Church earned the distinction of raising the most money as bell-ringers for the Columbus Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.
He intends to keep it that way.
At first blush, the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program might seem like a pretty simple affair.
Lunch was ready at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Columbus Salvation Army headquarters on Main Street, but Glenn McDonald wasn’t eating.
The Thanksgiving holiday is generally considered a time of giving thanks and a time to spend the day eating a feast with friends and family.
As the holiday season approaches, organizations in Columbus will begin collecting toys to give to underprivileged children.
The Salvation Army is asking for more volunteer ringers from now until Christmas Eve.
The Salvation Army is seeking volunteer services as the holiday season hits full swing.
The Salvation Army will accept applications for Christmas assistance next week.
When they went to have a photograph made recently, Alan and Cheryl Phillips simultaneously reached for the other’s hand, without any prompting.