Salvation Army sees more need, fewer donations

Levi Merz from Moab, Utah pumps up football at the Colorado National Guard Armory. The Grand Junction Salvation Army is using the Armory for its food and toy drives. Merz was volunteering with his mom Shawnti Wells



SALVATION ARMY 12-16

Levi Merz from Moab, Utah pumps up football at the Colorado National Guard Armory. The Grand Junction Salvation Army is using the Armory for its food and toy drives. Merz was volunteering with his mom Shawnti Wells

The Salvation Army caseload in Grand Junction for needy families is outpacing last year’s total by at least 300, not counting emergency cases. The organization has 1,300 families this…




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