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Lodi Salvation Army bell ringer, formerly homeless, spreads hope

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Posted: Wednesday, December 6, 2017 8:00 am

Every year during the Christmas season, gracious Salvation Army volunteers stand outside local stores in the frigid winter air with their red kettles. They enthusiastically ring their bells in hopes that store patrons will be in the giving spirit and drop a few coins in their kettles for those in need.

Lodi bell ringer Elizabeth Garcia O’Connell is a perfect example of how much of a difference the kettle donations can make for people in need.

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