CBS 58 Morning News team rings bells for Salvation Army
By: CBS 58 Newsroom
Posted: Dec 13, 2018 1:28 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- You may have noticed some familiar faces ringing bells for the Salvation Army Thursday morning at the Milwaukee Public Market.
Members of the CBS 58 Morning News team, Jessica Tighe, Mike Curkov, Michael Schlesinger, and Chris Nelson were participating in the Salvation Army's Celebrity Bell Ringing day.
The goal for their Red Kettle Campaign this year is $3.8 million and so far, they're almost halfway there. The money raised will go toward more than 80 programs and services in Milwaukee County.
To donate to the Salvation Army and support a CBS 58 celebrity kettle, please click here.