|Posted by Bill Grier on November 15, 2018 at 7:50 AM||comments (33)|
Members of the Salvation Army in Pulaski County partnering with the American Red Cross to serve hot coffee and hot cocoa during the parade lineup on 11 Nov 2018 in Waynesville. (See "Photo Gallery" for additional pictures of this event)
|Posted by Bill Grier on November 15, 2018 at 7:25 AM||comments (0)|
Friends of the Salvation Army of Pulaski County gather at Pauls Furniture to celebrate the start of the 2018 fundraising season. Kneeling in front is Jeannie King the 2018 Honorary Chair. (See "Photo Gallery" for additional pictures of this event.)
|Posted by Bill Grier on June 22, 2018 at 2:35 PM||comments (2)|
1. Several members of the Salvation Army Board set up and manned a booth during the Route 66 Freedom Fest June 16, 2018. This was a community outreach effort designed to:
2. Manning the booth were: Jeannie King, Harold Burleson, Dwight Nutting, Don Murray, Vicki Hurlbutt, Jim and Marilyn Phillips, and Bill and Kathy Grier
|Posted by Bill Grier on June 22, 2018 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
The Pulaski County Service Extension Unit of the Salvation Army is very pleased to announce that the Honorary Chair for 2018 will be Mrs Jeannie King of Waynesville MO.
Jeannie has been a long-time resident of Pulaski County and she brings a wealth of experience in sales and marketing. She also has considerable experience in working with nonprofits.
Jeannie will bring her energy and considerable experience to the Salvation Army fund-raising efforts that begin in the fall of 2018.
Jeannie was attracted to the Salvation Army because she firmly believes that the SA lives up to their motto "Doing The Most Good"!
Welcome aboard Jeannie King!
|Posted by Bill Grier on January 26, 2018 at 12:10 AM||comments (0)|
The Salvation Army of Pulaski County had its annual fund-raising wrap-up luncheon on Monday January 22d at the Hampton Inn.
At this luncheon Mike Freeman and Gary Porter announced that for the 2017 Tree of Lights Campaign we raised an amazing $97,196!! (Our goal was $80,000)
Top individual bell-ringers for this year were:
#1 Frank Baza 49 hours
#2 Dwight Nutting 22 hours
#3 Ralph Meyer 20 hours
The top group was the Waynesville High School National Honor Society with 60 hours.
The Salvation Army wishes to thank everyone in Pulaski County who played a role in this county-wide community effort, especially those who donated and those who rang the bells.