Celebrating National Salvation Army Week with Wilson
Duke Energy building will light up red to celebrate
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - National Salvation Army week began in 1954 and continues to celebrate volunteers, donors and program beneficiaries who have served in the Salvation Army in the United States for 132 years. The Boys and Girls Club is only one aspect of the Salvation Army and its goal is to help young people in need to become responsible adults and citizens and realize their full potential.
Wilson talked with Courtenay Doby who was not only a member of B&GC but is now the 2012 Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year. Courtenay turns 16 today and received a surprise birthday song from the FNR crew. She talked with Wilson about the importance of B&GC in her life and how it has helped her.
In honor of National Salvation Army week the Duke Energy Building will light up in red tonight.
The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte needs your help year round. Click on their weblink below to help. They only need one hour a week.
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