WASHINGTON EVENING ROTARY | CONTRIBUTED   BELL RINGER: Lt. Goldie Rabon spoke to the Rotary Club on Thursday, Dec. 12, about the beginning and early history of the Salvation Army in England and talked about the development of the annual Kettle Drive, their major fundraiser. She went on to say the volunteer service in Washington far exceeded that in other larger cities where she has served. Pictured are Dr. David McLawhorn and Lt. Goldie Rabon.
WASHINGTON EVENING ROTARY | CONTRIBUTED
BELL RINGER: Lt. Goldie Rabon spoke to the Rotary Club on Thursday, Dec. 12, about the beginning and early history of the Salvation Army in England and talked about the development of the annual Kettle Drive, their major fundraiser. She went on to say the volunteer service in Washington far exceeded that in other larger cities where she has served. Pictured are Dr. David McLawhorn and Lt. Goldie Rabon.

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