Salvation Army Roseville shares its mission at luncheonBy: Michelle Carl, Managing Editor
Community members heard the first red kettle bell ringing of the holiday season as The Salvation Army Roseville Corps held its third annual Community Luncheon Tuesday.
The event helped spread the mission of the Army and raise funds to continue its work in Roseville. Last year, the local corps served 435 families and provided toys for 712 children at Christmas.
“Let’s do it again!” implored Lt. John Morrow of the Roseville Salvation Army.
The luncheon at Sun City’s Timber Creek Ballroom featured an address by William Jessup President Dr. John Jackson, who spoke on bringing adventure to your life through service.
“You will never waste a single hour of your life that is invested in serving God by serving others,” he said.