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Ringing toward a record

Albert Lea resident Trena Siefken, right, speaks with Capt. Jim Brickson at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Northbridge Mall. Brickson remains on track to break the world record for ringing a Salvation Army bell. The 80-hour world record mark will be at 7 p.m. tonight. --Tim Engstrom/Albert Lea

Albert Lea resident Trena Siefken, right, speaks with Capt. Jim Brickson at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Northbridge Mall. Brickson remains on track to break the world record for ringing a Salvation Army bell. The 80-hour world record mark will be at 7 p.m. tonight. –Tim Engstrom/Albert Lea

 

The real goal

How much did the Salvation Army captain raise Thursday?

Kettles: $7,770.64

Online kettle: $225

Mail-in donations: $0

Total of Tues.-Thurs.: $14,144.59

 

About Tim Engstrom

Tim Engstrom is the editor of the Albert Lea Tribune. He resides in Albert Lea with his wife, two sons and dog.

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