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Salvation Army receives big donation from Walmart

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The Salvation Army receives $11,000 and 150 turkeys from Walmart Friday. Some of the money was raised through Walmart’s Mastercard application program (for every application Walmart donated $10 to the cause), while the rest was raised in other ways at the supercentre. Presenting Salvation Army representatives are Walmart staff and store manager John Donnelly.

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