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Mansfield Salvation Army Holds 2012 Civic Breakfast

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/13/2012

The Mansfield Salvation Army had a productive year in 2012.

But the coming year will bring new challenges as the two major fund-raisers get underway.

The Salvation Army's annual Civic Breakfast Tuesday morning.

Captain Laurence Goodman says the past year went well for fund-raising and providing services for families in need.

WMFD-TV and WVNO MIX-106 FM announced the start of the annual Million Pennies for Christmas campaign, while Goodman announced the Red Kettle goal of $161,700. 

The theme for the breakfast was "Be a Shield", with Mansfield Fire Chief John Harsch, Police Chief Dino Sgambellone, and Richland County Juvenile Court Judge Ron Spon receiving the "Doing the Most Good" awards.

Judge Spon served as keynote speaker, on the history of juvenile courts and how they're intended to rehabilitate children, not just punish them.

   
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