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Members, spouses and friends of the Rotary Club of Dallas volunteered for two days in December to help the Salvation Army assist others during the holiday season. Rotary Club of Dallas members have rung the bells for the Salvation Army for many years. This year their kettle drive on Route 309 in Dallas brought in several hundred dollars, thanks in part, to a generous donation of $400 from J&J Deli in Dallas. The funds came from their management, employees and tips from their customers. From left, are John Wertman, owner, and Bill Cuff from J&J Deli, and Dallas Rotary Club Past President and Salvation Army Kettle Drive Chairperson Ken Chapple.

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