Friday, January 8, 2010

Recognizing Bellringers

Obviously, it is hard to be outside during November and December - it's cold! However, each year hundreds of volunteers come forward to help ring bells for The Salvation Army.  In 2009 we had numerous groups and individuals that braved the cold to help and have a chance at winning some great prizes!


Special recognition goes to:

Cub Scouts - Jo  Siegfried (left), Den Leader for Monte Cassino Cub Scouts Pack 344,  Den 5, accepts plaque for First Place for raising the most money at one location during a 8-10 time span. Den 5 raised $1448.92 in front of the Reasor’s at 15th and Lewis.

For more award winners, click "read more" below!



Major Williams presented Tim Scott andTrent Crow, Wal-Mart marketing managers, with plaques for supporting the Kettle Campaign.

(Photo coming soon)

Boy Scouts - John Pondelik, Troop Chairman for Boy Scout Troop 117, Pack 41 accepts 2nd Place for raising $1438.89.

Sports Celebrities  - Steve McCall with the Tulsa Oilers reluctantly hands over the First Place trophy in Sports Celebrities Bellringing to Mitch Allner with the Tulsa Talons. The Oilers won in 2008 and the Talons won in 2009.

Union Coach – Union football coach Josh Blankenship receives the First Place Volunteer Bellringing trophy for High School Football Teams.

Rotary - Louann Buhlinger, Chairman of the Board for the Rotary Club of Tulsa, accepts Third Place in Volunteer Bellringing Competition for the Rotary Club.


Vype Magazine – Austin Chadwick, (right), editor-in-chief of VYPE Magazine, announces that the Union High School football program will receive a full page story in the February issue of VYPE. Union Coach Josh Blankenship is on the left.

A special thank you to ALL of our holiday volunteers. With your service we supported more than 4,500 families this year.

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