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Bell-ringers seek angels in Wausau area

8:01 PM, Nov. 15, 2013
Sam Williams, 7, of Wausau wears a big smile as Salvation Army bell-ringer Adrain Hibler of Wausau lets him ring the bell after Sam put in a donation Friday for The Salvation Army at County Market in Wausau.
Sam Williams, 7, of Wausau wears a big smile as Salvation Army bell-ringer Adrain Hibler of Wausau lets him ring the bell after Sam put in a donation Friday for The Salvation Army at County Market in Wausau.
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According to legend, an angel appears at the sound of a bell to help support those in need.

For workers and volunteers at The Salvation Army, that legend takes on special meaning during the holiday season, as hundreds of bell-ringers hit the streets in search of angels who, year after year, donate money to support the agency's work with children, homeless people, the needy and the lonely. Officials with The Salvation Army of Marathon County aim to raise $160,000 this year during the organization's annual Red Kettle campaign - the same amount that was raised last year, said the organization's ...

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