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South Carolina Gamecocks fan Tom Rogers, of Evans, rings a bell to collect money for the Salvation Army outside Kroger on Washington Road in Augusta. The Salvation Army of Augusta kicked off its red kettle campaign Thursday. The group hopes to raise $250,000 this year. To volunteer, call (706) 826-7933 in Augusta or (803) 641-4141 in Aiken.  ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/STAFF
ZACH BOYDEN-HOLMES/STAFF
South Carolina Gamecocks fan Tom Rogers, of Evans, rings a bell to collect money for the Salvation Army outside Kroger on Washington Road in Augusta. The Salvation Army of Augusta kicked off its red kettle campaign Thursday. The group hopes to raise $250,000 this year. To volunteer, call (706) 826-7933 in Augusta or (803) 641-4141 in Aiken.
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