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December 16, 2010
Union High School wins Salvation Army Bell Ringing Challenge
Union High School was named the winner of The Salvation Army’s High School Bell Ringing Challenge, bringing in $996.54, for the campaign which raised $3,770 area-wide. The funds will help support some 3,000 needy familiies this Christmas.
“This amount far exceeds last year’s competition, and I expect this competition to continue to increase in 2011,” said Salvation Army volunteer coordinator, Rhonda McDaniel, even challenging all of the schools to raise $4,000 in 2011.
Union High School’s effort will be formally recognized after the holiday break, she said. “Congratulations Union and great job! Wow, 3 years in a row. Thanks for your dedication and commitment to partnering with The Salvation Army.”
Other top schools who raised funds included: Bixby High School - $828.37; Booker T. High School - $721.09; Broken Arrow High School - $431.22; East Central High School - $259.88; and Glenpool High School - $532.93.