Salvation Army To Seek Out Quieter Jingle Bell

A squeaky wheel has muffled the Salvation Army’s bells. One day after Sarah Hamilton-Parker called police to complain about noise from the bells near the downtown store where she works, Salvation Army Capt. Deb Coolidge said the local charitable organization will find a quieter ‘jingle bell.’ Also, said Coolidge, she noticed in a Herald photo that a pair of people was ringing Salvation Army bells in the downtown Tuesday and that henceforth, local ringers will be limited to one. ‘I certainly appreciate that,’ said Hamilton-Parker when given the news. ‘Anything they can do to knock down that sound.” w/ photos

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