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Optimist Club becomes bell ringers for a day

Sunrise Optimist Club members teamed up in pairs on Saturday at Sam’s Club to ring the bell for Salvation Army’s kettle collections. Pictured, from left, are James Woody and Peggy Bohlin. (Submitted Photo)

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Eight members of the Sunrise Optimist Club of Roswell joined forces to ring the bells for the Salvation Army kettles, at Sam’s Club on a cold Saturday, Nov. 30, from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m.

The club decided to do it in pairs to make time go a little quicker and to visit with shoppers. It was a fun and joyful time wishing everybody a Merry Christmas and sharing Optimism.

“It’s just another way the club can serve the community,” commented Optimist member Jim Crowl.

Jim Crowl and Roger K. Burnett. (Submitted Photo)
Mike and Judy Perry. (Submitted Photo)
Gary Smith and PJ Marshall/Reise. (Submitted Photo)

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