TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Washburn Rural Middle School students were out and about supporting a good cause Monday.
More than 25 eighth grade students were ringing bells for Topeka's Salvation Army.
They're visiting 11 different locations Monday and Tuesday where kettles are out to take turns ringing the bell and thanking shoppers for their support.
This year, the Red Kettle Campaign is hoping to raise $200,000. If you'd like to volunteer to ring the bells through December 24th, call 861-7908.
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