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Cloquet High School senior class officers Mikayla Kielty (from left), Jessie Battistini, Kelsey Anderson and Landen Straub carry shopping bags full of gifts into the Cloquet Armory Tuesday morning to donate to the Salvation Army's Christmas gift program. The Senior Executive Board challenged students to raise $1,000 for charity this year and they beat their goal by at least $40. Jana Peterson/jpeterson@pinejournal.com

Salvation Army distributes Christmas gifts for children, needs food shelf items

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On Wednesday morning, the parking lot at the Cloquet Armory was packed for the Salvation Army's annual Christmas distribution. Inside, the noise level never went above a quiet murmur, as people toured the gift tables with a volunteer "shopper," who helped them select three gifts each for the children on their list.

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