Give generously

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Added 23 November 2012

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The mission is to purchase 3 000 hampers for the needy, elderly and the disabled for the Christmas season, and Member of Parliament (MP) for the City Patrick Todd and chairman of the Salvation Army advisory board, Tony Marshall, have made the call for Barbadians to give generously to the organization’s Christmas Kettle Appeal. Yesterday at the launching ceremony in Jubilee Gardens, The City, little Princess Pyle made her donation under the watchful eye of Everett Lovell (left) and Captain Paula Pyle of the Salvation Army.

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