BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) – Captain Linda McCormick says in 2020, the Red Kettle campaign raised $89,000.
Because of the pandemic she didn’t know if they would even come close to that number this year.
”Not knowing if people were going to have cash, remember that was a big deal, but I’m telling you we did not have a coin shortage,”McCormick said.
The Salvation Army ended the season with $108,000.
”Oh the staff and the volunteers were very excited,” McCormick said. “We ended up with four very strong bell ringers so that was a huge help.”
She says she has many