Volunteers were out bright and early on a snowy Friday morning

Snow doesn’t hamper Trail’s Salvation Army Christmas food drive

Salvation Army volunteers out bright and early on a snowy Friday, packing in goodies for the church's Christmas hampers.

Salvation Army Church volunteers and members were out bright and early in Trail on a snowy Friday morning, packing in plenty of food in preparation of this year’s Christmas Hampers.

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