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Dottie Clendenen is Salvation Army Chairman for Limestone County

The Groesbeck Journal of Groesbeck, Texas

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For many years the Salvation Army is an organization which has helped millions of Americans in need.

The Salvation Army has also assisted many local people in need. During the economic downturns of the past two or three years, the Salvation Army has played a vital role for local people as well as people across the land.

The Salvation Army is happy to announce that Dottie Clendenen of Groesbeck is the chairman of the Salvation Army Unit in Limestone County. She also serves as the local treasurer.

The contact point for the Salvation Army in Groesbeck is the First United Methodist Church of Groesbeck with the hours being Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. The phone number is 729-5137. Tom Levi. Business administrator for the church, is the Salvation Army contact person at the church.

Mrs. Clendenen said that donations are always greatly appreciated. Donations may be mailed to Salvation Army, P. 0. Box 438, Groesbeck, Texas 76642. For the local unit checks should be made payable to Salvation Army — Dot-tie Clendenen, Treasurer.

Mrs. Clendenen said that she and her husband, Jerry, have been involved with Salvation Army for over seven years. She added, "We are very devoted to this organization, and we attend many meetings."

The Salvation Army assist people in time of emergencies. The organization will help people in need to buy gasoline and food. The Salvation Army also helps with motel expenses and the payment of utilities in emergency situations. People, who have lost their homes and/or belongings to fire, are offered assistance by the Salvation Army.

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Original Publication Date: March 3, 2011

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