World’s largest Salvation Army Kettle

Members of the Steubenville High School Key Club sit atop the world’s largest Salvation Army Kettle, which was stationed outside the high school on Tuesday. The students are trying to collect 4,000 canned goods, enough to fill the kettle. Helping with the effort were, first row, from left, Cameron Sheeler, Key Club program coordinator; Sidney Snyder, secretary; Leah Ferguson, vice president; and Dominic DeFrances, sergeant at arms; and back, Paul Mastros, senior representative; and Ian Phillips, president. According to Lt. Erik Muhs of the Steubenville Salvation Army, the kettle belongs to the Salvation Army of Salem and has been on loan to the local agency. It was being returned Tuesday evening.

— Amy Neeley

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