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The Salvation Army Preps for 2nd Annual T-Shirt Day

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The Salvation Army Preps for 2nd Annual T-Shirt Day

Joplin, MO- Local area businesses, schools, organizations, and more are invited to celebrate The Salvation Army’s 2nd Annual T-shirt Day! Wear your ‘OTHERS’ shirt on Friday, May 9th 2014 to support the mission of The Salvation Army. We will be selling shirt through the end of the month of April. The T-shirt Day event will take place at Victory Ministry & Sports Complex. This event will be family friendly and great for all age groups.

There will be bounce houses, face painting, a rock climbing wall, along with free food and drink! The event starts at 5:00pm and will go until approximately 9:00pm. Area businesses will have booths set up to showcase their products and services. There will also be many opportunities to purchases shirts at the event.

In 2014 The Salvation Army is celebrating having served the Joplin community for 125 years. The Joplin Salvation Army serves the community in a variety of ways. Join us as we continue to serve “OTHERS” through our social services and community focus by purchasing a shirt, and wearing it proudly during our “OTHERS” celebration. Every dollar donated (including a t-shirt purchase) to The Salvation Army stays in the Joplin area to support our local programs.

For more information or to purchase a shirt you can contact The Salvation Army directly or visit www.squareup.com/market/the-salvation-army-joplin to purchase a shirt.

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