City police “ring” for the holidays with the Salvation Army

From left to right: Deputy Chief of Police David Guerra, Cortland High School Jr Paul Hansen, and Chief of Police Paul Sandy. (Photo Source: Cortland Voice photo files).

City of Cortland police officers rang the bell for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign at the P&C Fresh grocery store on Clinton Avenue on Thursday and Friday.

With Christmas a week away, city police officers assisted the Salvation Army’s Cortland Branch/Empire State Division in collecting donations. They’re hoping that you stop down to the store to see them and donate today. Their staff will start ringing at noon today, and it’s their final day of ringing for donations.

Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign collects donations every year during the holiday season. It is an ongoing effort to collect funds for families in need during the Thanksgiving and Christmas time periods.

For more information, go to the Salvation Army’s website.